Person:Edward Mayo (2)

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Edward Mayo
b.Bef 1677 Barbados
m. 02 Sep 1666
  1. Sarah MayoBef 1677 -
  2. Ann MayoBef 1677 -
  3. Elizabeth MayoBef 1677 -
  4. Edward MayoBef 1677 - Bef 1724
m. Apr 1709
  1. Edward Mayo1702/03 - 1734
  2. John Mayo1705/06 - Bef 1724
  3. Mary Mayo1709/10 - 1725
  4. Ann Mayo1713/14 -
  5. Joseph MayoAbt 1715 -
  6. Elizabeth Mayo1717 -
  7. Sarah Mayo1719 -
Facts and Events
Name Edward Mayo
Gender Male
Birth? Bef 1677 Barbados
Marriage Apr 1709 Perquimans County, North Carolinaat the house of Timothy Clare
to Mary Clare, twin
Death[3] Bef 20 Oct 1724 Pasquotank, North Carolina, United States[probate]

Research notes

  • Edward Mayo was married prior to his marriage to Mary Clare, for on 12 Aug 1708 he produced an offering to the Little River MM for proposing to widow Gormack too soon after the death of her husband and the death of his wife.4
References
  1.   Brandow, James C. Genealogies of Barbados families: from Caribbeana and The Journal of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1983)
    569.

    ... In the will of George Maggs, a Quaker, dated "17th day of ye 4th month called June, 1677," he mentions grandchildren Sarah, Ann, Elizabeth, and Edward Mayo, children of Edward and (his daughter) Sarah Mayo. Edward Mayo to be esecutor in trust to see his will performed. Daughter Sarah Mayo to receive "one gold diamond cut ring."

  2.   Winslow, Ellen Godde Rawlings. History of Perquimans county as compiled from records found there and elsewhere: abstracts of deed from 1681 through the revolution-petitions, divisions and marriages found in Perquiamans and adjacent counties... (Raleigh: Edwards & Broughton Co., 1931)
    333-335.

    8
    [Perquimans Court held at the house of Diana Foster in Feb 1694]
    ... Edward Mayo, Senior, transported himself and children, Edward, Sarah, Ann, Elizabeth Mayo, also Em John, and Ann Nixon, and Samuel and Affica Pike. ...

  3. Grimes, J. Bryan (John Bryan). Abstract of North Carolina Wills [1690-1760]: Compiled from Original and Recorded Wills in the Office of the Secretary of State. (Raleigh, North Carolina: E.M. Uzzell, 1910).

    MAYO, EDWARD.
    Pasquotank County.
    October 12, 1724. October 20, 1724.
    Sons: EDWARD ("my plantation"), JOSEPH.
    Daughters: MARY, ANN, ELIZABETH and SARAH MAYO.
    Wife and Executrix: MARY.
    Executor: THOMAS JESSOP (brother).
    Witnesses: CALEB SAWYER, WILLIAM JENNINGS, STEPHEN DELEMARE.
    Clerk of the Court: W. NORRIS.
    -----
    [cos1776 note: Thomas Jessop is actually his brother-in-law, having married Jane Clare, sister to his wife.]

  4.   Pasquotank (Symons Creek) MM, in Hinshaw, William Wade; Thomas Worth Marshall; and John Cox. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy. (Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States: Edwards Brothers, 1936-1950)
    1:102, 146.

    p 102 -
    Edward Mayo (d. 8-16-1724, aged about 47 or 48 yrs. p. 144)
    -----
    [Note: death date precedes will date!]

    p 146 -
    MAYO.
    1708, 6, 12. Edward Mayo produced offering to Little River MM for proposing to widow Gormack, too soon after death of her h & the death of his w.
    1710, 8, 19. Edward co.
    1712, 6, 21. Edward chosen clerk.
    1720, 10, 15. Edward mentioned in list of sufferings on account of church rates or priest's dues.
    1732, 5, 6. Edward co.
    1743, 9, 3. Mary ltm Joseph Scott.