I have looked into the question of Anthony Agee's wife or wives in some detail.Dr. Purl Agee was the source of the information about the ellusive Ms. Binnion in his book published in 1937.However, The Agee Register, published later, on p. 270, says that "Dr. Agee shows Anthony Agee's wife as Nancy Jane Berrin or Binnion; extensive research has failed to confirm this."Other family historians have also named a “Miss Binnion” as a wife, although Christian Worley is the wife of record in a sale of land at Flat Rock to Maxey Feb. 1, 1750 in the Cumberland Deed Book 1, page 327.A list of “The Huguenots at Manakintowne” published without author identified in The Huguenot Publication No. 25, p170, lists Anthony Agee as married to Mlle. Benin with no dates or details.The earliest record that identifies Anthony Agee with Christian Worley is in the Cumberland County Deed Book 1, p. 52, with a notation of a land purchase by John Worley (Christian’s father) of property near Flat Rock in Powhatan County.Anthony Agee was witness to the transaction. This was on Sept. 25, 1749.In 1750, both Anthony and Christian Agee signed a deed selling land to William Maxey.
The mother of all or most of the children appears to be Christian Worley, who was the daughter of John Worley, who filed a will in Cumberland County, Virginia on March 22, 1757, naming his wife, Esther Worley and children John, William, Mary (Maxey), Elizabeth (Gibson), Christan (sic) Agee, and Jude (Smith.)Some have concluded that the Esther Worley named in this will was Esther Blount, who was born in 1703, a daughter of John Blount and Elizabeth Davis.(This error is perpetuated in the International Genealogical Index of the LDS Church.)However, there is ample evidence to show that another John Worley, who lived in Chowan/Tyrell County NC about the same time was the husband of Esther Blount.The Cumberland County John Worley married an Esther whose last name, at this point, is not known to me.