Facts and Events
Colonel Swann then married for the fifth time, on 20 December 1668, to Mary Mansfield, sister of GeorgeMansfield of Surry, merchant.
Mary, widow of Col. Swann married secondly Colonel Robert Randolph or Randall. He was Sheriff of Surry in 1688. A bond survives, dated 8 June 1681, from Robert Randall, who was about to marry Mary, widow of Colonel Thomas Swann. Mary Mansfield was a sister of George Mansfield of Surry, merchant, who made his will in London, dated 21 May 1670. Probate was granted on 27 July 1670 (Virginia Historical Magazine, 11, p. 311) (12). He describes himself as "Of Virginia in parts beyond the seas, Merchant, but now at London". He bequeathed legacies to his sister Mary, wife of Colonel Thomas Swann, £10; sister Anne Sumner, wife of Francis Sumner £10; sister Margaret, wife of William Oldis of Surry, £10; cousin Elizabeth Tanner, widow, £10; uncle John Beale, citizen and grocer of London, £20. He gave all his lands and goods in Virginia to his nephew Francis, son of Francis and Anne Summer. One of the witnesses was a Charles Barham, also David Gryer and Phillip Peirson [Penn 92, 1670].