Perhaps someone can place this Charles Mallory or will otherwise find this of interest.This Charles Mallory married an Elizabeth Day, whose brother James Day left a will in Virginia.
Dec. 13, 1670, marriage:Charles Mollory [Charles Mallory?] of Lincoln’s Inn, Esq., Bach., 24, & Elizabeth Day, Sept. 19, her father dead; consent of her mother, now wife of Luke Cropley, of St. Peter le Poor, London, Gent.; at Barnet or Hadley, Herts.
Isle of Wight Co., VA. Will of James Day (1): Children, Elizabeth, James, Thomas, William Day to each of them 300L sterl.; to be paid to dau. Elizabeth at 18 or marriage and his sons at 21; for raising of money for several legacies and "for the better and more orderly bringing up and educating my said children, that my two freehold messuage and tenemts with their apptences, now in ye sevall occupacons of Jno. Toft and ye widdow Michell and scituate lying and being in Broadstreet within or near ye precinct and circuit of ye late dissolved House, Priory or Monastery, commonly called ye Augustine ffryars in ye parish of St. Peters, ye poor, in London, be immediately put to sale and disposed of to ye best advantage,and I doe hereby enable authorize and empower my good andworthy ffriends Mr. Micajah Perry, Mr. Thomas Lane, Mr. Richard Perry, &c., to dispose of &c. I give and bequeath to my sonne James Day my watch, my silver headed cane, my seal and coat of armes and my Rapier; Aunt Mrs. Silvestra Hill, Brother and Sister Chapman, Brother and Sister Swan; to Mrs. Isabella Haveild, Mr. Jno. Haveild, Major Henry Baker, Major Henry Tooker, major Arthur Allen 20s. apeice to buy each of them a Ring. Wife Mary Day. Dated 10 Aug., 1700; proved 9 Jan.,1700-1. By codicil he mentions "his ever honored mother Mrs. Mary Cropley," (1) and bequeaths to her 10 pds. sterling. (Isle of wight county records from Wlm and Mary quarterly).
Isle of Wight Co., VA.Will of Rueben Gladhill [Rueben Gledhill].Leg. sister Mary Atkinson; Mary Edwards; Ann Chapman; brother William Gladhill and Joseph Chapman to divide my estate between themselves.D. February 19, 1714/15.R. April 25, 1715.Wit.: William Thomas, Richard Webb.
Appraisal of estate of Reuben Gladhill by George Goodrich, Philip Wheadon, Roger Hodges and Thomas Wrenn.June 10, 1716.Signed by Joseph Chapman and William Chapman.
Isle of Wight Co., VA. Gledhill, Mary – will dated 30 Nov 1712 recorded 28 Jan 1712. Legatee son James Day; only surviving exc of my deceased husbands James Day and John Johnson; money in hands of Micajah Pery & Co merchants in London, also large sum in possession of John Lear and wife Elizabeth of Nansemond exc of Mrs Isabella Haveild exc of Capt Luke Haveild of Nansemond and one of exc of said James Day; sons James Day and Nathaniel Ridley to settle said estates. Witness Francis Wrenn, Thomas Wrenn and John Ogbourne.
"MARY BLAND (formerly MARY BENNETT, sister of SILVESTRA BENNETT of ISLE O?? WIGHT COUNTY, Virginia), widow of THOMAS BLAND, aged 36, married LUKE CROPLEY, aged 35" September 12, 1668, perhaps in LONDON, England, somewhere. Governor RICHARD BENNETT in his will, 1675, calls her "My Cousin MARY, wife of MR. LUKE CROPLEY, of London". Mary Cropley was alive, 1701, being mentioned in the will of CAPT. JAMES DAY, of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, her son by her first husband Thomas(?) Day. THOMAS DAY, son of JAMES DAY, died in 1723,without issue."