From: Suffolk Parish Vestry Book 1749-1784, Nansemond County, Virginia, and Newport Parish Vestry Book 1724-1772, Isle of Wight County, Virginia, by William Lindsay Hopkins, Richmond, Virginia, 1988.
Below are some, but possibly not all, of the entries for William Pitman, Newport Parish, through 1740. My researcher sent me copies of the abstracted pages but not all are readable.
We know of no other Pitman entries through 1740.
Page numbers below are for pages in the original vestry records.
Newport Parish Vestry Book, Isle of Wight Co VA . . . 4 Dec 1727 (pages 27-28) . . . Arthur Jones for Keeping John Jones child . . . William Pittman for Elis Missett 1 year Robert Davis for Burying of Missett . . . 4 Nov 1728 (pages 39-40) . . . Arthur Jones for keeping John Jones’es child 6 months . . . William Pittman for keeping Elizabeth Misset the year. . . . 19 Oct 1729 (pages 49-50) . . . John Little for keeping and Burying Mary Jackson. . . . William Pittman for keeping Elizabeth Mesick 2 years. . . . William Pittman for Shoes and Stockings for Mesik. . . . (probably 1730) (pages 57-58) . . . William Pittman for Keeping Elizabeth Merrick Finding Shoes Stockings. . . . 1044 Tithes in the Parish. . . . Jan 1731 (page 59) . . . 16 Oct 1732 (page 52-54) . . . William Pittman for keeping E. Missick. . . . 1063 tithables at 56 1 / 2. . . . 25 Oct 1733 (pages 65-66) . . . William Pittman for Keeping Eliza Misuk. . . . (1735?) (pages 69-70) . . . William Pittman for Keeping Elizabeth Mesick. William Davis for burying Sarah Eve. . . . 29 Oct 1735 (pages 71-72) . . . 1237 Tythes at 24 pp. . . . William Pitman for Elizabeth Mesick. . . . 11 Oct 1737 (pages 81-82) . . . William Pittman for Keeping Eliza. Mesick 2 years. . . . 1259 Tythables . . . . . . 7 Nov 1738 (page 83) . . . William Pittman for Keeping Eliza Mesick. . . . 1319 Tythables at 24 1 / 2 pp. . . . 2 Nov 1739 (page 85) . . . William Pittman for keeping Eliza Meseck. . . . 3 Nov 1740 (pages 95-97) . . . Joshua Mesick for Keeping Mary Minnied. . . . Hester Bolton for burying Eliza Wright. Mary Whitley for keeping and Burying Ann (?) Turner. William Pittman for Keeping Eliza Mesick. . . .
The Elizabeth with William Pitman may have been surnamed Messick, Merrick, etc.