Chappell, Banister, Taylor Connection Prior to 1664
John Banister's dau. (or sister?) married a Chappell.This same John Bannister married Joane the relict of Thomas Wheeler of CCC prior to 1661.Wheeler had been given a large 990a patent on the SS of the James River and bounded on the west by Powell's Creek.After Banister's death Joane remarried for a 3rd time to a James Wallace who began selling off parts of the 990a patent that was granted to Wheeler.In 1664 James Wallace and wife Joane sold unknown acreage (319a?) to Ceasor Walpole and one of the boundaries of this sale was "100a that Banister gave to Richard Taylor."This would infer that this 100a was a gift or swap or something other than a sale which begs the question as what if any was the relationship between Banister and Richard Taylor?Also mentioned was a 100a plat of Morgan Jones as one of the boundaries.Whether either of these 100a plats is part of the 990a is unknown but it is quite possible that they were.
I am aware that Elizabeth Jones Chappell the widow of Thomas Chappell (d. 1704) married a Thomas Taylor but was the some sort of a relationship among the Chappells, Banisters and Taylors prior to 1664?