Person:Thomas Christian (16)

Thomas Christian, II
b.bef. 1660
  1. Thomas Christian, IIbef 1660 - 1739
  • HThomas Christian, IIbef 1660 - 1739
  • WRebecca Stithbef 1663 -
m. abt. 1680
  1. Thomas Christian, IIIabt 1700 - 1743
  2. William Christianabt 1700 -
  3. James Christianabt 1700 -
  4. Mary Christianabt 1700 -
  5. Constance Christianabt 1700 -
  6. Rebecca Christianabt 1700 -
  7. Robert Christian, Sr.abt 1705 - 1748
  8. Ann Mourning Christianabt 1714 -
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Christian, II
Gender Male
Birth? bef. 1660
Marriage abt. 1680 Virginiato Rebecca Stith
Property[1] Dec. 16, 1714 Charles City, Virginia, United Statespatented 1320 acres
Will[1] 1736 Goochland County, Virginia, USA
Death? 17 May 1739 Buckingham County, Virginia

Sources

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History of the Christian Family
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 CHRISTIAN FAMILY., in William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 5, No. 4 pp. 261-263., Apr., 1897.

    2, THOMAS2 CHRISTIAN'S will was probed in Goochland county in 1736. He married Rebecca ----- (perhaps the daughter of Drury Stith, near whom, in Charles city, Thomas Christian patented 1320 acres on Dec. 16, 1714), and had issue: 6, Thomas3; 7, Robert3; 8, William3 of Albemarle county, living in 1756; 9,James3; 10, Constant3; 11, Rebecca; 12, Ann3, 13, Mourning3, who m. ----- Coleman. Mentions grandson Thomas.

  2.   Charles Powell & Allied Families

    From "Wills and Deeds, Book 3" Goochland Co, VA, 1736
    Last Will and Testament of Thomas Christian, dated 16 Oct 1736, proved 17
    May 1737
    Item: To Rebaca Christian, wife, 210 acre plantation "whereon I now
    live" and two Negroes named Jack and Tom. After her death same 210 acre
    plantation and two Negroes to son, James Christian. Also 3 horses
    (Champin, Doctor & Blaze), 3 feather beds with furniture and "all the
    rest of my movable estate and to her disposal at her death."
    Item: To Thomas Christian, son, 250 acre plantation "whereon he now
    lives."
    Item: To Robert Christian, son, 300 acre plantation "whereon he now
    lives" & one brooding mare.
    Item: To William Christian, son, 300 acres "my part of the land that
    John Prier took up" and one horse colt.
    Item: To Tom Christian, grandson, one cow and calf
    Item: To Mary Christian, daughter, pleasure horse colt, feather bed with
    furniture, & "5 pounds to be raised out of my Estate to be paid one Month
    after her marrig."
    Item: To Constant Christian, daughter, feather bed with furniture, one
    gelding horse named Toby & "5 pounds to be paid out of my estate by my
    Ext. one month after her marrig."
    Item: To Rebecca Christian, daughter, six Ews.
    Item: To Ann Morning Colman, daughter, one Ewe.
    Witnesses: John McBird, John Prier, John Clark & John Wright