Person:Anne Lee (11)

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Anne Lee
b.abt 1693
m. 1674
  1. Francis Lee1675-1697 -
  2. Richard Lee, IIabt 1678 -
  3. Philip Lee, Sr.1681 - 1744
  4. Thomas Lee1690 - 1750
  5. Captain Henry Lee, I1691 - 1747
  6. Anne Leeabt 1693 - bef 1732
m. ABT 1706
  1. Henry Fitzhugh, of Eagles Nest1706 - 1742
  2. Letitia "Lettice" Fitzhugh1707 - 1731/32
  3. Sarah Fitzhugh1708-1714 -
m. aft 1716
Facts and Events
Name Anne Lee
Married Name Fitzhugh
Married Name McCarty
Gender Female
Birth? abt 1693
Marriage ABT 1706 to Col. William Fitzhugh, II
Marriage aft 1716 Virginia[2nd wife - she is the widow Fitzhugh]
to Capt. Daniel McCarty
Other[1] 29 Mar 1724 Westmoreland, Virginia, United Statesnamed in Will of Daniel McCarty, husband
Will[2] 7 Nov 1728 Westmoreland, Virginia, United States
Death? bef 31 May 1732 Westmoreland County, Virginia[probate]
Probate[1] 31 May 1732 Westmoreland, Virginia, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Westmoreland County - Will Book 8, in Crozier, William Armstrong (ed.), and New York) The Genealogical Association (New York. Virginia County Records. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Reprint by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc./reprint by Clearfield, 1971/ 1993-1994), 1:32 [1], Secondary quality.

    McCarty, DANIEL, 29 Mch. 1724 ; 9 June 1724.
    Son Dennis all land in Stafford;
    son Billington;
    son Thaddeus;
    son Daniel lands in Westmoreland;
    to son Billington lands in Farnham, Richmond co., that was my grandfather Billington's land ;
    son Thaddeus land in Richmond that was Capt. John Rice's land;
    land in Northumberland to Billington;
    daughters Winifred and Sarah;
    dau. Mrs. Anna Barbara Fitzhugh;
    to each of my grandchildren ;
    to son Mr. Henry Fitzhugh ;
    my son Daniel under care of Mr. John Gilpin of Whitehaven to be continued until his education comes to one hundred pounds to be paid on his arrival in Virginia ;
    son in law William Payne ;
    pictures of son and dau. Fitzhugh to their son when 7 years old, but the pictures of myself and first wife to remain in my dwelling house;
    exors. in trust Col. John Tayloe, Humphrey Pope, Nicholas Minor, John Fitzhugh and Samuel Peachey, gents., until son Thaddeus be 17;
    my first wife's daughters Elizabeth Sherman and Mary Burns ;
    my uncle Mr. Joseph Taylor late clerk of Lancaster ;
    to my aunt Mrs. Barbara Tayloe during her life ;
    my brothers Philip, Francis, Thomas and Henry Lee ;
    friend Capt. Eskridge;
    my wife Anna and her brothers Col. and Capt. Lee.

  2. Westmoreland County - Will Book 8, in Crozier, William Armstrong (ed.), and New York) The Genealogical Association (New York. Virginia County Records. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Reprint by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc./reprint by Clearfield, 1971/ 1993-1994), 1:38 [2], Secondary quality.

    McCARTY, ANN, 7 Nov. 1728; 31 May 1732.
    To each of my own brothers and their wives a ring, also to Col. John Tayloe ;
    son Henry Fitzhugh my first wedding ring and my grandfather Corbin's mourning ring;
    to Elizabeth Fitzhugh dau. of Major John Fitzhugh;
    dau. Lettice ;
    dau. Sarah Fitzhugh ;
    to Billington McCarthy my last wedding ring ;
    to Thaddeus McCarthy;
    to Sarah Beale;
    I discharge my brothers Henry Fitzhugh and Thomas Fitzhugh and Henry Lee from the bills of exchange to my late husband McCarthy.