Person:Sion Hill (2)

m. 1642
  1. Sion Hill1654 - 1708
  2. Robert Hill, , Junior1667 -
m. 1677
  1. Robert Hill1678 -
  2. John Hill1682 -
  3. Sion Hill, , Junior1682 -
  4. Richard Hill1684 -
  5. Thomas Hill1686 -
  6. Michael Hill1688 -
  7. William Hill1689 -
Facts and Events
Name Sion Hill
Gender Male
Birth? 1654 Isle Of Wright County, Virginia
Marriage 1677 Isle Of Wright County, Virginiato Elizabeth Smith
Death? 1708 Surry County, Virginia

SION HILL was born in 1654 in Isle of Wright County, Virginina.

Sion married ELIZABETH SMITH in 1677 in Isle of Wright County, Virginia.


Trails for depredations by the Baconian began in the Surrey Court: May 1677....... All were found guilty and heavily fined.

The jury that convicted them was composed of John Moreing, foreman Arthur Jordan, William Newsum, William Gray, George Williams, Richard Jordan, Sion Hill, Joseph Ford, Robert Lancaster, Edward Tanner, Thomas Sowersly and Christopher Foster.........

Sion Hill was from Lawnes Creek Parish

Sion Hill also served on the jury in September. 1677. There is also account of arms sold by Capt. Charles Barham and Lt. Thomas Busly . . . pistols and holster sold to Sion Hill . . . . Perhaps to keep order during and after the Rebellion

Boddie, Colonial Surry 1948 Charter X III, Surry County in Bacon's Rebellion by C.B. Holtzclaw


BOOK II Page 16, June 16, 1679 Sion Hill qualifies as Administrator Mary Davis, ded'D Bond 40,000 pounds tobacco, George Williams and George Foster surety. Witnesses: Robert Ruffin and William Edwards, Ck. Clk.

Page 19, July 1679 Sion Hill qualifies as Administrator of John Splitimber, dec'd. Bond 40 pounds tobacco, with Joseph Rogers and John Phillips,] survey, Witness: Benjamin Harrison and William Edwards, Ck. Clk.

Page 85, 12 October 1675 Sion Hill witnesses a Bill of Sale for a mare. William Gray to John Salway.

Page 143, 15 October 1677 Sion Hill witnesses a Power of Attorney, Martin Thorne to William Seward, Lawsuit vs. Christopher Smith.

Page 209, 27 May 1677 Sion Hill granted administration of Estate of Mary Davis.

Page 211, 16 June 1679 Robert Ruggin declared that at the house of Lewis Williams, of Lawnes Creek Parish, late deceased, heard Mrs. William say that her husband, before he died, gave his son to William Newsom, and his girl to Sion Hill and his wife and daughter-in-law named Mary to Mr. Thompson and the others of his daughter-in-law to the disposing of his wife. The wife died and the child went to Mrs. Edwards.

Page 250, 2 March 1679 Sion Hill and Nicolas Smith witness and indenture between Richard Blow of Blackwater in Surry and Nicolas Sessums for 100 acres of land on Green Swamp.

Page 250, 12 July 1683 Sion Hill to pay to the orphan of Lewis Williams, ded'd the portion ofher father's estate when she is of age and to teach her the Christian Religion.

Surry County Records, Books I and II by Elizabeth T Davis