Person:William Tabb (1)

Watchers
m. 1701
  1. William Tabb1702 - 1765
  2. John TabbEst 1705 - 1743
  3. Col. Thomas TabbAbt 1709 - 1769
  4. Edward Tabb1718/19 - 1782
m. 30 Dec 1732
  1. Mary Tabb1733 -
  2. John Tabb1734 -
  3. Dorothy Tabb1736 - 1794
  4. Robert Tabb1736/37 - 1775
  5. Thomas Tabb1742 -
  6. Martha Tabb1743/44 -
  7. William Tabb1745 -
  8. Edward Tabb1748 - 1813
  9. George Tabb1750 - 1829
  10. Francis Tabb1753 -
Facts and Events
Name William Tabb
Gender Male
Birth[1] 25 Feb 1702 Gloucester County, Virginia
Marriage 30 Dec 1732 "Green Valley", Berkeley County, Virginiato Susannah Gould
Death? 2 Jan 1765 "Green Valley", Berkeley County, Virginia
Alt Death? Bet 2 Jan 1765 and 4 Jul 1765 (BET 2 Jan AND 4 Jul 1765) Gloucester County, Virginia

Record of William T. Tabb in Augusta County, Virginia

The children of William T. Tabb are shown towards the end of the following suit in Augusta County, VA records:

  • Tabb vs. Tabbs--O. S. 142; N. S. 49--Bill, 31st March, 1806. Complainants are, viz: Robert, William and Thomas Tabb, Thomas White and Elizabeth, his wife; Susanna Kerney, Samuel Hedges and Mary, his wife; Anthony Turner and Frances, his wife, children and co-heirs of Robert Tabb, deceased, who was son of William Tabb, deceased. William Tabb died testate, will dated 2d January, 1765, and recorded in Gloucester. His widow lived until September, 1805, and died. Robert Tabb died intestate in 1775, leaving Bailey S. Tabb his oldest son, who also died intestate since 1787, leaving an only child, Elizabeth, who had married Henry Ellett of Elizabeth City County. William Tabb (son of William) died, leaving Joanna, his widow (now wife of Barnet Ellit), and Robert, William and John L. Tabb, his sons. Francis Tabb died intestate, without issue under age. George Tabb and Edward Tabb live in Berkeley County. Barnet Ellit and wife, and Robert Tabb, live in York County. William Tabb lives in York. John L. Tabb of Scioto. William Tabb's will of Kingston Parish, Gloucester County, dated 2d January, 1765.

Recorded in Gloucester, 4th July, 1765, widow. Four youngest children, William, Edward, George and Francis. Son Robert. Children of his 3 daughters, viz.: Mary, Dorothy, Martha; wife's 4 children, William, Edward, George, Francis. Five eldest children, Mary, John, Dorothy, Robert and Martha.

References
  1. William and Mary College Quarterly, Vol. XIII
    p. 270.