Melissa, THANK YOU!!!! Many researchers have Elizabeth Lyddall as the daughter of George Lyddall and Barbara Bowker.I couldn't find any record of that marriage. It is documented that George's son, John, married BARBARA BOWKER.
I am descended from George Lyddall b. 1634 who was married first to Sarah and second to Jane (last name possibly Churchill).
George's daughter, Anne, married Capt. Edmund Bacon.
George's daughter, Sarah, married George Wilkinson. Joyce Wilkinson, daughter of Sarah Lyddall and George Wilkinson, married William Clopton, Jr.: "In a Richmond News article, dated February 16, 1901, honoring John Bacon Clopton, the grandson of William and Joyce, states: "William Clopton, Jr. married Joyce Wilkinson, one of the most beautiful and charming belles of the Colonial era of Virginia, the daughter of George Wilkinson and Sarah Lydall. Sarah Lydall was the daughter of Col. George Lydall, of the British Army, and of his wife Jane Churchill, aunt of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough."Note: The Lyddall Pedigree Chart shows Sarah as George's first wife.
Joyce Wilkinson Clopton was baptized in 1722 along with her son.
Last Will and Testament of George Lyddall, November 15, 1703
In the name of God Amen: I, George Lyddall of ye Parish of St. Peter's in ye County of New Kent in Virga, Gent: doe & imprimis, I give and bequeath unto my well beloved son in law Capt. Joseph Harwood and his wife, my father and mother's pictures in Little, they have in their possession.
Item - I give and bequeath unto my grandson George Wilkinson my mare Benny, ye first mare foul she brings maybe and remain to his sister Judith Wilkinson.
Item - I give and bequeath unto my grandson Thomas Harwood, son of Capt. Joseph Harwood my Black Rapier.
Item - I give and bequeath unto my deare and loving wife Jane Lyddall my two Negroes by name Harry & Hannah & their future increase and I hereby ordain and appoint my Beloved wife Jane Lyddall full and & sole Executrix of this my last will and testament giving and bequeathing unto her all my whole Estate that Remains after ye payment of ye above Legacies. I say all my Estate that remaineth both Real & Personal whether here or in England, and in Witness whereof I have here (Revoking all other wills) sett my hand & Seale this fifteenth day of November 1703.
Proved January 28th 1705 by ye oaths of Thomas Henrson and James Melons. Witnesses Thos. Henderson, Sarah Henderson, James Melons and Stephen Sunter.
Reprinted from Planters, Plantations and Places in New Kent County, by Dr. Malcolm Harris, with permission of author's son.
New Kent, Deeds from the John Clopton Papers: George Lydall (1671); George Lydall (1682); John Bacon (1710); Thomas Moore (1725)