Bartholomew Stovall (b. August 24, 1665, d. Bef. May 01, 1722)
Bartholomew Stovall (son of George Stovall and Joan Tickner) was born August 24, 1665 in Albury, Surry County., England, and died Bef. May 01, 1722 in Henrico County, Virginia.He married Ann Burton on August 08, 1693 in Henrico County, Virginia, daughter of Sir Thomas Cobb Burton. Notes for Bartholomew Stovall: Note: There is some dispute concerning the year of birth of the, immigrant, Bartholomew STOVALL because that birth is registered, under three different years, always 24 months [August], in the, Quaker records now lodged at the Public Record Office. On every version from the Guilford Monthly meeting has 1664, another, 1665,while a third, from the Shere Meeting, also has 1665,and a general register of Surrey Births has 1663. * * Death: BEF 1 MAY 1721 in Deep Creek, Henrico County, Virginia Baptism: 24 AUG 1665 Albury Parish, County Surrey, England. Note: Church of England, Church of Saint Peters and Paul Emigration: 1684 Henrico County, Virginia Note: 1 April 1689, Richard Kennon petitioned the Henrico County, Court for land grants by virtue of the imporation of a number of persons, both black and white, and among them appears a , "Bartholome, w Stowell" imported in 1684., * * * *, See also, Research section, Moving On: The STOVALL's, G. Spencer Beas ley,, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906 SAR #114369 ALIA: Barthalomew STOVALL "the Immigrant" On July 7, 1684, at the age of 21, he signed an indenture document to serve John Bright; Merchant of London for 4 years on arrival in the Colonies. He boarded the BOOTH and signed documents presented by the ship's master; Peter Pagan and witnessed by Joseph Pycraft. In April 1690, Richard Kennon received land from the Henrico Co. Court, Virginia as payment for bringing emigrants to the Colonies. One of the names on Kennon's list is Bart. Stowell (1684). Barth. got a marriage license August 6, 1693 and married Ann Burton two days later at St. John's Church (Episcopal). This church, located near the town of Curle, Virginia is gone, however, some original items may be at the new church, 2401 E. Broad St., Richmond, VA. They lived on 318 acres next to Deep Creek and the James River in what is now Powhatan Co., VA. This land is owned by the Catholic Church and was the site of a school, St. Emma's Academy, which is now unoccupied and condemned. A family reunion was held here in 1984. Ann Burton was born around 1670 to Thomas Burton and Susannah Hatcher on the former "Cobbs" plantation on the Appomattox River. Thomas & Susannah had five children, Ann was the youngest. The other children included Thomas Burton; born in 1663/64, John Burton; born in 1666, Isaac Burton; born in 1667/68 and Abraham Burton; born in 1669. Bartholomew Stovall, a Husbandman or farmer, until his death in Powhatan County, VA. around 1721 More About Bartholomew Stovall and Ann Burton: Marriage: August 08, 1693, Henrico County, Virginia. Children of Bartholomew Stovall and Ann Burton are:
William T Stovall, b. Abt. 1695, Henrico County, Virginia, d. 1736, Goochland County, Virginia.