Ann married PRICE, HALLOM, and then DANIEL LLEWELLYN.
ANN (maiden name unknown) was born Abt. 1603 in England, and died Bef. 15 May 1666 in Virginia.There have been claims that Ann was the daughter of Samuel Matthews.However, the records show that Samuel Matthews was only 12 or 13 years older than Ann.Others have claimed that she was born Ann Baker, but fail to show documentary proof for that name.Proof of her maiden name is still lacking.
She married (1) JOHN PRICE Bef. 1623 in Virginia.He was born Abt. 1584 in Montgomery County, Wales, and died 1628 in Charles City County, VA.
She married (2) ROBERT HALLOM Bef. 1636 in Virginia.
She married (3) DANIEL LLEWELLYN Abt. February 1640/41 in Charles City County, VA.He was born Abt. 1600 in Chelmsford, County Essex, England, and died Bef. 11 March 1663/64 in Chelmsford, County Essex, England.Ann had nine children ---three of each marriage.
Adventurers of Purse and Person, by Dorman, Vol. II,p. 849:
Ann [____] Price, who came to Virginia in the Francis Bonaventure, August 1620, and was living with her first husband John Price at Neck of Land, Charles City, 1623/4, being listed there in the muster, 1624/5, aged 21.
Ann married (2) Robert Hallom after the death of John Price.On 6 May 1638, a patent was issued to Ann Hallom, widow, and the heirs of Robert Hallom, dec'd,for 1000 acres in Henrico. Northeast by the woods, southwest by the river, northwest by Bremo & land of Mr. Richard Cocke, & southeast toward Turkey Island Creek adj land of John Price.
Robert Hallomhad died and she had married Daniel Llewellyn by 1640. He was in Virginia before 19 Sep 1633 when he was claimed as a headright by Capt. William Perry.
After Ann married Daniel Llewellyn, he undertook the management of the Virginia interests of the Halloms still in England which produced a considerable correspondence and is recorded in the court records of Charles City County. He died while in England on business.
JOHN PRICE and ANN [__?__] had the following children:
i.MARY PRICE was born October 1623 in Virginia. Said to have married Richard Cocke Sr of Bremo. Although these families were closely associated there is no proof of this marriage.
ii.MATTHEW PRICE was born about 1626.
23 May 1638. Patent granted Matthew Price as son and heir of John Price for 150 acres on Turkey Island Creek in Henrico Co. "granted by patent to his late father John Price, now in possession of his mother Ann Hallom, Widow - being due unto him in right of his father who had a patent granted 20 Feb 1619. PB 1, part 2, p.558.
iii.JOHN PRICE married a daughter of John WALL.They had sons Daniel and John.
Robert Hallom came from Burnham, County Essex, England on the ship Francis Bonaventure, in August 1620.Ann Price, young wife of John Price, had also been a passenger on the same ship.
On 16 February 1624, Hallom was living in Bermuda Hundred.He was still residing there on 24 January 1625, at which time he was identified as a 23-year-old servant in the household headed by Luke Boyse, who later used his headright.He married Ann, widow of John Price, around 1630, and died prior to 6 May 1638.
Children of ANN and ROBERT HALLOM are:
iv. ANN HALLOM, m. JOHN GUNDRY; b. 1622, Virginia.
John Gundry, of Elizabeth City.[DOR 2:230married as his second wife Ann Hallom, daughter of Robert Hallom and Ann.
v.SARAH HALLOM, b. Abt. 1632; m. SAMUEL WOODWARD, Bef. August 1654; d. Bef. 03 February 1658/59, Henrico Co., VA.
vi.ROBERT HALLOM, b. Henrico Co., VA; d. England.
After his father's death, Robert was sent to England to live with his aunt Margaret, widow of Thomas Hallom, Sr. and her 2nd husband William Mason, apprenticed to his cousin Wood to learn the trade of a salter.He died without living heirs. [DOR 2:232]
DANIEL LLEWELLYN, gentleman, was in Virginia by 19 September 1633 when he was claimed as a headright by Capt. William Perry.He received a patent on 27 October 1642 for 856 acres on"Upper branches of Turkey Island Creek" and adjacent to "Mr. Aston's land" in which he claimed 17 headrights, including Robert and Frances Hallom.
The Last Will and Testament of Daniel Llewellyn was made while he was a resident of Chelmsford, County Essex, England.He devised the land in Charles City County to
his wife Ann for her lifetime, then to son Daniel; servants to Daniel's sister Martha Jones; 50 shillings for a ring to daughter Margaret and to her husband.He directed that he should be buried in the parish church at Chelmsford "neare the reading deske."
The will names only three children: Daniel, Martha Jones, and Margaret Cruse
Children of ANN and DANIEL LLEWELLYN are:
vii. MARTHA2 LLEWELLYN, b. Bet. 1640 - 1645.
MARTHA2 LLEWELLYN (ANN1) was born Bet. 1640 - 1645.She married REV RICHARD JONES in Charles City County, VA.
The Rev. Richard Jones was in Charles City County by 1650, and was still there in December 1679.He was probably in charge of Martin's Brandon Parish.Their son is named as residuary legatee in the will of Daniel Llewellyn. [Charles City County Order Book 1676-79, p. 419; cited by Dorman, Adventurers of Purse and Person, Vol. II,p. 850.]
Child of MARTHA LLEWELLYN and Rev. RICHARD JONES is:
RICHARD JONES, b. Bet. 1660 - 1665, Charles City Co., VA or Pr. George; d. 1747, Brunswick Co., VA; m. (1) AMEY BATTE, Abt. 1688; d. Bef. 1692; m. (2) RACHEL RAGSDALE, 15 February 1691/92, St. John's Church, Henrico County, VA; b. Abt. 1671, Henrico Co., VA; d. 1758, Brunswick Co., VA.
Richard Jones, born 1660-65, lived in that part of Charles City County that became Prince George County, where he held 600 acres in 1704, and in later life lived in Brunswick County.He was called captain in 1712, 1723, 1724, and was an Indian trader. [Prince George Co. Deeds and Wills 1713-1728, pp.750 and 764; Fothergill, pp. 243-252; cited by Dorman p. 851]
The LWT of Richard Jones of the Parish of St. Andrew in the County of Brunswick, 8 August 1747 --- 5 November 1747 names his children Richard, Daniel, Thomas, Robert, and Lewelling; daughters Martha Evans and Mary Jones; wife Rachel and grandson Philip, son of Daniel Jones..Brunswick Co. VA Will Book, pp. 138-40.RACHEL RAGSDALE was a second wife, since the will of the oldest son referred to her as "my stepmother, Mrs. Rachel Jones."
Henrico Co., VA Deeds, Wills &c 1688-97, p. 435
viii. MARGARET LLEWELLYN, b. Bet. 1640 - 1645; d. Bef. January 1676/77, Charles City County, VA; m. JAMES CRUSE or CREWS; d. 24 January 1676/77, Charles City County, VA.
In 1662 Margaret Crewes witnessed the Will of John Rowen,so sometime between 1654 when her name on a document is shown as Margaret Lewellyn and 1662 Margaret married James Crewes; she died sometime between 1664 when she's named in her father's Will as Margaret Cruse and 1676 when James Crewes wrote his Will, Margaret had died.
23 Jul 1676 James CREWES' will was executed, and Giles CARTER presented it to Court. It was proved Dec. 10, 1677, but not entered until Aug. 2, 1680.p. 7:161 (CWHCVa) Petition to Court: That Capt. James CREWES, late of this county, dec'd, left NO widow or lawful child. .
Recorded 21 Dec. 1680
ix.DANIEL JR. LLEWELLYN was born 1647 in Charles City County, VA, and died 19 June 1712 in Rich Level, Charles City County, VA.He married JANE STITH, daughter of COL. JOHN STITH.
Daniel (II) also left a will dated January 1710 in which he mentions only his grandson Lewellen Eppes and his cousin Richard Jones, son of Richard Jones deceased.
Child of DANIEL LLEWELLYN and JANE STITH is:
i.DAUGHTER LLEWELLYN, m. LITTLEBURY EPES, Abt. 1689, Charles City County, VA.