Are you referring to Tristram Norsworthy b.1612 d. 1656 who married unknown Ann?I only had two sons George 1632-2689, and Tristram II 1667-1725.Could you provide me with a bit of data on your John and give me a source?I would also love to have better info on the Bridges.I have a John Norseworthy b. 1630 who died bef 7 Aug 1670 but have him as son of Tristram Norsworthy, II and Easter Bagnall.It has been awhile since I did research on these Tristram and I do recall one of the former researchers stating that we should watch carefully while researching them for it is very confusing.I couldn't agree more.If it will help you any, this is the Will I have for Col. john Pitt of Bristol:
Will of Coll. John Pitt, of Bristoll, now living in the Isle of Wight Co. Virginia:My Father Coll. Robert Pitt; devises lands in Chuckatuck Creek, Newport, &c., in Isle of Wight Co. (de- vised by his father) to his sons, John, Henry, James; his death- head ring to his son John, his seale ring to son Henry; to James Pitt his strong-water still and furniture and silver tumbler marked J. P.; to Henry Pitt a silver Tankard marked J. PMC; a silver tumbler marked S. P.; to son John my silver salt cellars. Dau. Sarah Nosworthy 5 shillings, Martha Nosworthy 5 shil- lings, dau. Prudence Driver 2 cows; dau. Mary Drury 5 shill.; dau.-in-law Anne Bromfield 12 sheet which her mother gave her more yn what is due to her of her father Mr. John Brom- field's estate.John Pitt Exor.Dated 28 Nov., 1702; pr. 9th Jan., 1702-3.Inventory of John Pitt, 163L, 9s, 4d.
Responding to your message below: "I am also doing a little research on this side of the family - it's indirectly related to my line (I descend from the eldest Tristram's son John) - but I'm intrigued by the Sarah Bridgers connection. If anyone has any further information, please contact me!