Mrs. O. A. Keach speculated in the William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 25 (1917) that Thomas Waddy (d. 1737), of Northumberland Co., VA, married a Lee, a granddaughter of the immigrant Richard Lee, the secretary of the Virginia Colony:
"Thomas3 Waddy seems to have married a Miss Lee: the daughter or niece of Captain William Lee.
"The will of Bartholomew Schrever, dated March 21st, 1720, left ten pounds to buy mourning rings for Richard Lee, Chas. Lee and wife, Mr. Thomas Waddy and wife, for Thomas and Samuel Heath and their wives and for his Sister.
"Richard and Charles Lee were nephews of Capt. William Lee and Thomas and Samuel Heath were stepsons of Bartholomew Schrever."
"Thomas Waddy married a Lee, a daughter of either Captain William Lee or Charles Lee."
— Mrs. O. A. Keach, "The Waddy family of Northumberland County, Virginia," William and Mary Quarterly, 1st ser., 25.4 (Apr. 1917): 257-8, 260.
Does anyone know of any subsequent research that more certainly identifies the wife of Thomas Waddy?