Person:Oswald Cary (1)

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Oswald Cary
b.BEF 1660
m. 10 Mar 1658
  1. Oswald CaryBEF 1660 - 1691
m. 19 DEC 1680
  1. Ann Cary1681 - 1724
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Name Oswald Cary
Gender Male
Birth? BEF 1660 estimated
Marriage 19 DEC 1680 Christ Church, , Middlesex Co., Va.,to Ann Jackson
Other? JUL 1681 , , Middlesex Co., Va.,Legal
Property[3] 20 APR 1687 on Pianketank River, , Middlesex, Va.,Land Grant
Other? NOV 1689 , , Middlesex Co., Va.,Legal
Property? 1690 , , Middlesex, Va.,Land Purch
Property? 27 MAR 1690 , , Middlesex Co., Va.,Land Purch
Death[1][2] 17 FEB 1691 Christ Church, , Middlesex Co., Va.,
Probate[4] SEP 1691 , , Middlesex Co., Va.,
 Descendants of James Cary and Allied Families 
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References
  1. Mrs. P. W. Heiden. "Smiths of Middlesex County, Virginia". (Genealogies of Virginia Families, vol IV, pg 505-513), p. 508.
  2. The Parish register of Christ Church, Middlesex County, Va., from 1653 to 1812. (Richmond, Virginia: National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Virginia, 1897), p. 39.
  3. Harrison, Fairfax. The Virginia Carys : an essay in genealogy, pg. 143 (citing Va. Land Register, vii, 582. Virginia Land Office).

    Mr. Oswald Cary, Patent, 40 acres in Middlesex Co., upon Rappahannock River, adjoining Timber Neck, now belonging to Ralph Wormley Esq, also adjoining Mr. George Reeves, Thomas Nixon, Mr. Caut, Piankatank River, Anderson Williams, and the said Oswald Cary, 250 acres part thereof was formerly granted to Capt. Wm. Brocas. Feb 2, 1653. Among the head rights are Thomas Ball, William Ball & Eliza Ball and John Head. April 20, 1687 (Virginia Land Office, 7, p. 552)

    "Captain Oswald Cary of Co. Middx., Gent." bought an additional 50 acres.

  4. Torrence, Clayton, ed; Edward Pleasants Valentine; and Mary Lightfoot, index Garland. The Edward Pleasants Valentine Papers: Abstracts of Records in the Local and General Archives of Virginia Relating to the Families of Allen, Bacon, Ballard, Batchelder, Blouet, Brassieur (Brashear), Cary, Crenshaw, Dabney, Exum, Ferris, Fontaine, Gray, Hardy, Isham (Henrico County), Jordan, Langston, Lyddall, Mann, Mosby, Palmer, Pasteur, Pleasants, Povall, Randolph, Satterwhite, Scott, Smith (the Family of Francis Smith of Hanover County), Valentine, Waddy, Watts, Winston, Womack, Woodson. (Richmond, Virginia: Valentine Museum, 1927), pg. 304 .

    Middlesex County
    July 1681: John Tidbury of Virginia Planter, power of attorney to Oswald Cary of Virginia Planter (D.B. 1697-1694, p. 35)
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    Jany 1682: Oswald Cary, qualified as a Justice. (O.B. 1680-1694, p.95)
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    Nov 1689: Chris Robinson & Henry Waring audit account of Oswald Cary Plt. against Jno. Smith as marrying Phoebe admx. of George Reeves Deft.(D.B. 1679-1694- p.490)
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    1690: Oswald Cary, sheriff Middlesex Co. for year 1690. Capt. Oswald Cary. (D.B. 1679-1694- p. 414.)
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    March 27 1690: John Butcher of Midd. Co. planter to Capt. Oswald Cary of Midd. Co. £5. 50 acres in Midd. Co. (D.B. 1679-1694, p. 399)
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    Sept 1691: Capt. Oswald Cary's estate appraised by Matt Kemp, Wm. Daniel & John Cont.

  5.   Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. (Richmond, Virginia: Virginia Historical Society), vol XI, No 1 (July, 1903) pg 78.

    VIRGINIA GLEANINGS IN ENGLAND.
    Communicated by Mr. Lothrop Withington, 30 Little Russell street, W. C, London
    (including " Gleanings " by Mr. H. F. Waters, not before printed.)
    George Reeve, late of Virginia. Administration 23 April 1689 to brother Charles Reeve.
    P. C. C. Admon Act Book, 1689.
    [George Reeves, of the Island of Virginia, Merchant, now residing in England. Will i November 1675; proved 26 April 1689. Executor to pay to now wife £500, as by obligation of even date in £1,000 to James Johnson of St. Sepulchers. London, Gent, and James Cary, Citizen and Salter. Rest to such children as I may have by said wife, and, in case, I have no children, then to my brother Charles Reeves, executor. Witnesses: James Johnson, Jo. Jackson, James Cary. John Midgley, Scr. Proved by executor, previous administration as intestate being annulled. Ent. 53.-L. W.
    There is an entry in the Middlesex records of a suit in 1697 by John Curtis and Frances his wife, administrator of Erasmus Withers, vs- Charles Reeves executor cf George Reeves, who was administrator of Frances Reeves.
    In Middlesex county on April ?, 1689, the will of Mr. George Reeves, Jr., was presented for probate, but Captain Oswald Cary, Mr. Christopher Robinson, and Mr. Henry Wareing, the executors named in the will, disavowing the execution thereof, the sheriff was ordered to summon witnesses to more fully prove it. No further action appears, but not long afterwards Phebe, widow of George Reeves, who had married Lieutenant John Smith, of Middlesex, was appointed administratrix.
    By deed recorded in Middlesex and dated September 20, 1707. Charles Reeves, of the parish of Stepney, and county of Middlesex, England heir to George Reeves, of Virginia, deceased, conveyed to Gawin Corbin, of Middlesex county, Va., gentleman, 500 acres, patented by John Appleton in October, 1664, and by him sold to Thomas Reeves, and from the last named descended to Frances and George Reeves, and now to the above named Charles Reeves, surviving heir.
    George Reeves was for a number of years a resident of Middlesex county.]
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  6.   Torrence, Clayton, ed; Edward Pleasants Valentine; and Mary Lightfoot, index Garland. The Edward Pleasants Valentine Papers: Abstracts of Records in the Local and General Archives of Virginia Relating to the Families of Allen, Bacon, Ballard, Batchelder, Blouet, Brassieur (Brashear), Cary, Crenshaw, Dabney, Exum, Ferris, Fontaine, Gray, Hardy, Isham (Henrico County), Jordan, Langston, Lyddall, Mann, Mosby, Palmer, Pasteur, Pleasants, Povall, Randolph, Satterwhite, Scott, Smith (the Family of Francis Smith of Hanover County), Valentine, Waddy, Watts, Winston, Womack, Woodson. (Richmond, Virginia: Valentine Museum, 1927), pg 323.

    Virginia Land Office

    Mr. Oswald Cary, Patent, 40 acres in Middlesex Co., upon Rappahannock River, adjoining Timber Neck, now belonging to Ralph Wormley Esq, also adjoining Mr. George Reeves, Thomas Nixon, Mr. Caut, Piankatank River, Anderson Williams, and the said Oswald Cary, 250 acres part thereof was formerly granted to Capt. Wm. Brocas. Feb 2, 1653. Among the head rights are Thomas Ball, William Ball & Eliza Ball and John Head. April 20, 1687 (Virginia Land Office, 7, p. 552)

  7.   Chamberlayne, C. G. (Churchill Gibson). The vestry book of Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia, 1663-1767. (Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, United States).

    pg 36 (37) (31th March 1682/83) It is ordered by this present vestry that Mr Oswald Cary Mr Robert Dudley Mr Allexander Smith and Mr Robert Price have Notice by the Clerk of this Parish to be present the 27th instant to be Sworne Vestrymen for the said parish.
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    pg 37, (38) (27 March 1683) Mr Oswald Cary and Mr Robert Price, both Sworn this day vestrymen.
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    pg 40, (40 cont) (6 Nov 1683) It is ordered that Mr Oswald Cary doe furnish & Supply William Stone a poor Decripted & Vlcerated man now at Doctor Bootles with one Cotton Suite, one paire of shoos one paire of Stockins Two Shirts, and he to be allowed lb 200 [tobacco].
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    pg 43, (45) (2th June 1684) Present: ... Mr Oswald Cary
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    pg 44 [not numbered-same page?] (4th November 1684) [Present] ... Mr Oswald Cary
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    pg 46 (48) (5th January 1685) Present: ... Mr Oswald Cary
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    pg 50 (53) (6th December 1686) Present: ... Mr Oswald Cary
    pg 52 (54) [no date, same meeting?] It is ordered by this pesent Vestry that Mr Oswald Cary be Church warden for the Great Church In the Middle precinq In the place of Mr William Daniell Sr.
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    pg 56 (57) [cont] (3 October 1687) Present: ... Mr Oswald Cary ...
    It is ordered by this present Vestry that mr Oswald Cary present church Warden be paid for Carpenters Worke done at the Gret Church by mr John Stamper ........100 [lbs tobacco]
    pg 57 (58) [cont from above] It is ordered by this present Vestry that mr Oswald Cary be paid for Glasiers worke done at the Great Church by Thomas Norman
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    pg 62 (63) (Aug 25th 1689) Present: ... Mr Oswald Cary ...
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