_The Registers of North Farnham Parish 1663-1814 and Lunenburg Parish 1783-1800, Richmond County, VA_, compiled and published by George Harrison Sanford King (Fredericksburg, VA, 1966), p. 16: "B. BLACKEBY, WILLIAM son of James Blackeby, 30 August 1715.
"B. BLACKERLY, JAMES son of James and Frances Blackerly, 12 January 1716 [probably 1716/7].
"B. BLACKARBY, THOMAS son of James and Frances Blackarby, 17 February 1719.
"B. BLACKARBY, JOHN son of James and Frances Blackarby, 18 November 1722.
"B. BLACKARBY, WINNIFRED daughter of James and Frances Blackarby, 8 February 1723/4.
"B. BLACKARBY, LEANNA daughter of James and Frances Blackarby, 8 January 1726.
"D. BLACKARBY, LEANNA 24 December 1727.
"B. BLACKARBY, JOSEPH son of James and Frances Blackarby, 12 December 1728.
"B. BLACKARBY, HANNAH daughter of James and Frances Blackarby, 20 February 1730."
John Frederick Dorman, _The Farish Family of Virginia_ (Richmond, VA, 1967), p. 57: "William Rogers married second Mary (Stott) Pullen, daughter of Brian Stott [note: Lancaster Co., Deeds & Wills 8, pp. 118-119. Brian Stott's undated will, proved 14 March 1704/5, gave his daughter Mary Pullen twelve pence] and widow of Henry Pullen [note: Ibid., p. 79-80. The inventory of Henry Pullen's estate was made 31 May 1698 and returned by Mary Pullen, his widow, on 30 July 1698.] She was born circa 1662 [note: Ibid, Deeds & Wills 11, p. 206. On 2 May 1722 Mary Rogers of Lancaster County made a deposition regarding the heirs of John Potts.]
"He died in 1714 and on 14 April 1714 administration on his estate was granted to his widow Mary [note: Ibid., Order Book 1713-21, p. 47].
"On 11 August 1714 Elizabeth (Rogers) Keene Banks, William Rogers's sister, informed the Lancaster County Court that her brother left two small children 'which she is doubtfull will not have a suitable education.' [note: Ibid., p. 62] The Court ordered that Lazarus Conway and William Rogers, with whom the children were living, appear at the next Court, but no further action was taken in this matter.
"Mary (Stott) Pullen Rogers continued to live in Lancaster County until her death in 1731 [note: Ibid., Deeds & Wills 12, pp. 206-07. Her will, dated 10 April 1727 and proved 8 September 1731, named her sons Thomas, John, William, and Brian Pullen, daughter Frances Blackobe, and granddaughter Mary Eatchinson.]"
Ida J. Lee, _Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia, Wills 1653-1800_ (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1973), p. 192: "ROGERS, Mary, of St. Mary's White Chappell. 10 Apr. 1727. Rec. 8 Sept. 1731. Sons: Thos, Jno., Wm. and Brian Pullen. Dau: Frances Blackobe. Gr.dau: Mary Eatchinson. Exor: Son Brian Pullen. Wits: Jno. Stott Jr. and Brian Stott. W.B. 12, p. 206." This is the will of Mary STOTT Pullen Rogers.