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"Among possible John Floyds, I note in the Northampton Order Books that John Floyd, orphan of John, was at least 14 when he chose his guardian in Dec 1742 [OB 21, 36] and Berry, orphan of John, was of age 14 when he chose his guardian in Jun 1747 [OB 21, 425]. Also John Floyd was 40 years old in Sep 1765 [Northampton Land Cause Records 1754-71, 95]. These records point to two sons of John Floyd (probably the John Floyd, who died in 1744, son of Charles the Burgess): John Floyd born say 1725 with a brother Berry who was about five years younger.It seems probable that the John Floyd born say 1725 is the one who later became John of Princess Anne County.
"If it is somehow incorrect that John of Princess Anne born 1725 was descended from Charles the Burgess, he could have been a son or grandson of John II.I would be more comfortable estimating that John II was born say 1666, of an of age to be co-executor when his father died in 1687.Then he could have had a son John III born in say 1690 or 1695, the father of our William, b. 1721, or the father of John of Princess Anne, born 1725, or both."Dave Mordy, op. cit., Apr 2008