It is late and I realized that I was writing you a letter I meant to write to someone else. Wow, how embarrassing!
As you can tell by my note (actually written to a "Jack" -- sorry!), we have a disagreement about which Everett married Ann Turner, unless we are speaking of different generations. I have seen that happen. I have done quite a bit of research on the Turner line because I am related to Ann Turner through her brother Joseph Turner who married Burchett Lundy. Their son Simon Turner married Patience Everitt, daughter of Simon Everitt and a Miss Vasser, son of Simon Everitt and Ann Turner. Very incestuous.
Simon Everitt and Ann Turner had the following children: 1. Thomas, married but wife unknown, died young (will 9 Oct 1723, probate 27 Jan 1724, Isle of Wight Co., VA), with no children. 2. John, who died before father's 1726 will. Had a son Simon who was named in his grandfather's will 3. Samuel, named in father's will 4. Simon, married a Miss (Sarah or Elizabeth) Vasser -- will 5 Nov 1743, probate 12 Mar 1746, Isle of Wight Co., VA 5. Anne, married Ricahrd West (I've wondered about her-- found a reference in Virginia Land, Marriage and Probate Records that she was not listed in "grandfather" Simon's 1726 will-- hmmm.) 6. Joseph, executor of father's will, no record of being married, died after 1736 court appearance but exact date unknown 7. Janet, named in father's will
I have thought that Simon was related somehow to William and Ann (Simon/Symon) Everitt, but he would have had to have been a grandson. Maybe the Thomas, father of William (b. abt 1694), that you mentioned was the brother of Simon (b. abt 1670/1673) and possibly the Simon who was married to Elizabeth Garner was both Thomas and Simon's father. What do you think?