Person:Richard Meador (7)

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Richard Meador
b.Bet 1710 and 1715 Essex County, Virginia
d.Bet 21 Jul 1775 and 18 Dec 1775 (bet 21 Jul and 18 Dec 1775) Essex County, Virginia
m. Bef Jul 1698
  1. William MeadorBef 1706/07 - Abt 1759
  2. Richard MeadorBet 1710 & 1715 - 1775
  3. Addra Meador1712 - 1757
  4. Francis Meadows1717 - Bef 1792
  • HRichard MeadorBet 1710 & 1715 - 1775
  • WMilly _____ - Aft 1801
  1. Richard Meador1775 - 1804
Facts and Events
Name Richard Meador
Gender Male
Birth[1] Bet 1710 and 1715 Essex County, Virginia
Other[1] 12 Dec 1715 Essex County, Virginianamed in father's will as "youngest son"
Property[1] 1738 Essex County, Virginiasold property inherited from great-grandfather Richard White
Other[1] 1759 Essex County, Virginiaexecutor to brother William's will
Will[1] 21 Jul 1775 Essex County, Virginiasigned will
Death? Bet 21 Jul 1775 and 18 Dec 1775 (bet 21 Jul and 18 Dec 1775) Essex County, Virginia
Probate[1] 18 Dec 1775 Essex County, Virginiawill entered into probate
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Meador, Victor P. (Victor Paul), and Bernal M. Meador. Our Meador families in colonial America: as found in the records of Isle of Wight, Lancaster, (old) Rappahannock, Richmond, Essex and Caroline Counties, Virginia. (Independence, Missouri: V.P. Meador, 1983).

    Richard, son of Richard and Ann (Moss) Meador, probably born 1710-1715
    12 Dec 1715 - named in father's will:
    Terms of [father] Richard Meador's Will [Essex Co. Deeds & Wills Book 14, p. 526]: Plantation where he lived to his wife Ann; eldest son William to inherit the plantation after the death of his mother; youngest son Richard to have the remaining 100 acres of his great-grandfather White's lands on the North side of Hoskins Creek, after the deaths of Esther (Meador) and her husband, William Bourne. If Richard should die, then the 100 acres should go to his youngest sister Addra.
    1738 - sold 100 acres of plantation once owned by his great-grandfather Richard White
    1759 - executor to brother William's will
    21 July 1775 - wrote will
    18 Dec 1775 - will entered into probate
    Terms of Richard's will: wife to inherit personal estate unless she remarried, then it was to be divided tween the two sons William and Richard