(Male) Hall

M, #351
Last Edited7 Feb 2008
(Male) Hall was born.

(Male) Hall married Laura Finny, daughter of (Male) Finny and Nancy Seaton.

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(Male) Powers

M, #352
Last Edited4 Feb 2008
(Male) Powers was born.

(Male) Powers married Mary Jane Davis, daughter of Joshua A. Davis and Lauretta Edwina Tilledge.

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Theodore M. Curtis Jr.

M, #353, b. May 1945
Last Edited1 Apr 2015
ChartsDescendants Chart - Edward Mitchell Eppes Sr
Theodore M. Curtis Jr. was born in May 1945.

Theodore M. Curtis Jr. married Margaret Mitchell Eppes, daughter of Edward Mitchell Eppes III and Maude Ainslie Waddy, on 8 July 1967. He was 22 at the time. As of 12 October 1970, Theodore M. Curtis Jr. and Margaret Mitchell Eppes Curtis lived at 2724 Mohawk Drive, North Chesterfield, Chesterfield County, Virginia, 23235; until the property was sold on April 1, 1992.


In 1995,Theodore M. Curtis Jr. lived at 119 Tempsford Lan, Richmond, Virginia. 1.

Edward Mitchell Eppes III's obituary appeared in the newspaper on 16 March 2001. It listed Janie M Will, Anne Ainslie Eppes, Margaret Mitchell Eppes and Theodore M. Curtis Jr. as surviving him. He was listed as his son-in-law, Theodore M. Curtis Jr. of Kilmarnock, Va; He was also survived by a stepdaughter, Margret Johnston Magill; and two stepsons, Jack Kelly Johnston Jr. and Matthew Will Johnston, all of Richmond.1

Edward Mitchell Eppes III's obituary read:
Though he served as staff physician on the city's payroll and at The Richmond Times-Dispatch and the Richmond News Leader, Dr. Edward Mitchell Eppes III remained first and foremost a dedicated family doctor.

"He put so much time into his feelings for people," said his daughter, Margaret Eppes Curtis of Kilmarnock. "He just had that people feeling."

Dr. Eppes, of Lively, formerly of Richmond, died Thursday. He was 78. He was the retired staff physician for Richmond Newspapers Inc. and for both the Richmond Bureau of Fire and the Richmond Bureau of Police.

Rarely pulling punches, Dr. Eppes preferred that his patients had all the facts about their health.

This, his daughter said, meant that he often told it like it was, even when the truth hurt a bit. "He was just always honest," she said. "If you were just way overweight, he would say 'You're too fat.'

"That's just the way he was," she said, and "his patients loved it."

He also had an understanding side when the job called for it, said one Times-Dispatch veteran recalling his first encounter with Dr. Eppes.

Days before starting work, the young reporter was warned by a co-worker that an existing medical condition had delayed his own first day on the job by weeks.

Knowing that he would soon need treatment for the same chronic ailment, the veteran was sweating bullets before his exam with Dr. Eppes. He could ill afford either the cost of treatment or to miss any paychecks.

Once in the Dr. Eppes' office, the young reporter took a shot at playing it cool. "He told me to cough and I sort of made this little sound, holding back."

He recalled the doctor's skeptical look - his cover had been blown. Just when it looked like the gig was up, "he looked at me and he said, 'You'll make it till next payday.' "

A native of Richmond's North Side, Dr. Eppes graduated from the University of Richmond before attending the Medical College of Virginia.

He served in the Navy, stationed at Bethesda Naval Hospital and at a military hospital in Guam, before returning to Richmond to enter private family practice.

Dr. Eppes retired in 1985 to devote time to his favorite pastimes: hunting and fishing.

In addition to his daughter, Dr. Eppes is survived by his wife, Janie Will Eppes; another daughter, Anne E. Cowdrey; a stepdaughter, Margret Johnston Magill; and two stepsons, Jack Kelly Johnston Jr. and Matthew Will Johnston, all of Richmond.

A memorial service will be held Saturday at 3 p.m. at St. Mary's White Chapel Episcopal Church in Lively.
2

Edward Mitchell Eppes III's obituary appeared in the newspaper on 16 March 2001. It listed Janie M Will, Anne Ainslie Eppes, Margaret Mitchell Eppes and Theodore M. Curtis Jr. as surviving him.3

Edward Mitchell Eppes III's obituary read:
Edward Mitchell Eppes III, age 78, of Lively, Va., died Thursday, March 15, 2001, at his residence. He is survived by his wife, Janie Will Eppes; his daughter and her husband, Margaret Eppes and Theodore M. Curtis Jr., Kilmarnock, Va., and his daughter, Anne E. Cowdrey, Richmond, Va; three stepchildren, Jack Kelly Johnston Jr., Margaret Johnston Magill and Mathew Will Johnston, all of Richmond, Va; and six grandchildren. A memorial service will be held 3 p.m. Saturday, March 17, 2001, at St. Mary's Whitechapel Episcopal Church, Lively, Va. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the St. Mary's Whitechapel Preservation Fund, 5940 Whitechapel Road, Lancaster, Va. 22503.
3 As of 1 April 2015, Theodore M. Curtis Jr. and Margaret Mitchell Eppes lived at 601 Harding Wharf Drive, Kilmarnock, Northumberland County, Virginia, 22482.

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Citations

  1. [S68] DR. E.M. EPPES III DIES AT 78, Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, 16 Mar 2001, Area/State Section, page B-5, DR. E.M. Eppes III dies at 78. Hereinafter cited as Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch.
  2. [S68] Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch, 16 Mar 2001, Area/State Section, page B-5.
  3. [S276] Deceased: EPPES: Edward Mitchell Eppes III, Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, 16 Mar 2001, Area/State Section, page B-6. Hereinafter cited as Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch.

Bev (?)

F, #354
Last Edited23 Jan 2008
Bev (?) was born.

Bev (?) married Dr Leonard Leslie Davis Jr., son of Leonard Leslie Davis Sr. and Jennie Carhart Sherwood. Her married name was Davis.

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Stephen T Purdy

M, #355, b. 19 March 1918, d. 16 March 1990
Last Edited30 May 2009
Stephen T Purdy was born on 19 March 1918.1

His Social Security Number was 226-14-8731 issued before 1951 at Virginia.1

Stephen T Purdy married Frances Emroy Poole, daughter of Arthur Rebble Poole Sr and Alice Louise Chappell, in 1980.

Stephen T Purdy died on 16 March 1990 at Fort Meyers, Lee County, Florida, at age 71. Stephen was survived by his wife, Frances Emroy Poole.1

His wife, Francis Emroy Poole Purdy, was buried on 6 January 2003 in Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery at 16703 Walkers Mill Road, Stony Creek, Sussex County, Virginia, aged 67.2

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Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006), Purdy, Stephen T. Born: 19 Mar 1918. Died: 16 Mar 1990. SSN: 226-14-8731 in Virginia before 1951. Last Residence: 33903 Fort Myers, Lee County, Florida.
  2. [S319] Frances Emroy Poole Tombstone, Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery, Stony Creek, Sussex County, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 24 Aug 2008, She is buried next to her first husband, Harold Hobart Holloway.

Michael Watkins Chappell

M, #356, b. 4 March 1997
Last Edited23 Jul 2008
RelationshipsNephew of Constance Murray Chappell
5th cousin 1 time removed of James Shelton Horne
ChartsDescendants Chart - John R Chappell Jr
Descendants Chart - Watkins Leigh Ribble
Descendants Chart - George Wallace Ribble
Descendants Chart - Edward Mitchell Eppes Sr
Michael Watkins Chappell was born on 4 March 1997 at Richmond, Virginia.1 He is the son of John Robert Chappell IV and Jennifer Michelle Honyoust.

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Father*John Robert Chappell IV b. 25 May 1965
Mother*Jennifer Michelle Honyoust b. 12 May 1972



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  1. [S12] Interview with John Robert Chappell IV (Raleigh, North Carolina), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).

Curt Bailey

M, #357
Last Edited5 Apr 2012
Curt Bailey was born.

Curt Bailey married Shirley Chappell, daughter of Walter Chappell and Ethel (?).

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Henry Clark Badcock

M, #359, b. 24 January 1959
Last Edited21 Mar 2008
ChartsDescendants Chart - John R Chappell Jr
Descendants Chart - Watkins Leigh Ribble
Descendants Chart - George Wallace Ribble
Descendants Chart - Edward Mitchell Eppes Sr
Henry Clark Badcock was born on 24 January 1959 at Plant City, Hillsborough County, Florida.

Henry Clark Badcock married Margaret Horry Chappell, daughter of John Robert Chappell III and Pattie Old Ribble, on 29 November 1999 at Mulberry, Polk County, Florida. He was 40 at the time.1 Henry Clark Badcock and Margaret Horry Chappell were divorced on 7 July 2006 at Lakeland, Polk County, Florida.

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  1. [S16] Interview with Margaret Horry Chappell (Lakeland, Florida), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).

Joy Ribble Chappell

F, #360, b. 16 December 1999
Last Edited23 Jan 2008
RelationshipsNiece of Constance Murray Chappell
5th cousin 1 time removed of James Shelton Horne
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Descendants Chart - Watkins Leigh Ribble
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Joy Ribble Chappell was born on 16 December 1999 at Richmond, Virginia.1 She is the daughter of John Robert Chappell IV and Jennifer Michelle Honyoust.

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Father*John Robert Chappell IV b. 25 May 1965
Mother*Jennifer Michelle Honyoust b. 12 May 1972



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  1. [S12] Interview with John Robert Chappell IV (Raleigh, North Carolina), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).

Mike Messier

M, #361, b. 31 January 1964
Last Edited13 Jul 2009
Mike Messier was born on 31 January 1964.

Mike Messier married Carolyn Francis Poole, daughter of Arthur Rebble Poole Jr. and Betty Martha Samford, on 27 December 1991. He was 27 at the time. Mike Messier and Carolyn Francis Poole were divorced in September 1993.

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Sareese Ruth Messier

F, #362, b. 12 August 1992
Last Edited12 Jul 2007
Relationships2nd cousin 1 time removed of Constance Murray Chappell
5th cousin 1 time removed of James Shelton Horne
Sareese Ruth Messier was born on 12 August 1992. She is the daughter of Mike Messier and Carolyn Francis Poole.

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Father*Mike Messier b. 31 Jan 1964
Mother*Carolyn Francis Poole b. 31 Jan 1964



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Robert Wayne Grizzard

M, #363, b. 6 June 1982
Last Edited29 Jul 2009
Relationships2nd cousin 1 time removed of Constance Murray Chappell
5th cousin 1 time removed of James Shelton Horne
Robert Wayne Grizzard was born on 6 June 1982. He is the son of Robert Wayne Poole and Karla Jo Grizzard.

Robert Wayne Grizzard married Kristen (?) in 2006 at Virginia.

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Father*Robert Wayne Poole b. 26 Jul 1960, d. 5 Jan 2005
Mother*Karla Jo Grizzard

Child of Robert Wayne Grizzard and Kristen (?)




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Karla Jo Grizzard

F, #364
Last Edited21 Jul 2009
Karla Jo Grizzard was born. She and Robert Wayne Poole were friends before 1982.

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Henry Marston

M, #365
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
Henry Marston was born.

Henry Marston married Rebecca Eppes, daughter of John Eppes and Elizabeth Carter.

John Eppes left a will on 18 February 1836 at Charles City County, Virginia, and mentioned Elizabeth Carter, John C. Eppes, Littleberry Eppes, Elizabeth Bradley, Virginia Bradley, Rebecca Eppes Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James Eppes, Robert P. Eppes and Henry Marston. He gave him "ten barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder." John Eppes's will read as follows:

Last Will and Testament of John Eppes
29 January 1836 - Charles City County, VA
Proved and Recorded on 18 February 1836
Page 1

In the name of God, Amen; I, John Eppes of the County of Charles City and State of Virginia, do hereby declare this to be my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills made by me in appearance and form following to wit. Imprimus, I direct my Executors herein after named to pay all my just debts and funeral expenses as speedily after my decease as practicable.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my wife Francis Eppes, to her and her heirs forever all the estate real personal and mixed which I received on my intermarriage with her in right of my said wife; and I direct my Executors to leave the same under her exclusive control without any the least interference on their part; and that there may be no misunderstanding as to the slaves which I received in right of my said wife, I herein recite their names as follows: Silvy, Kipsy, Maria, Dolly, Hannah, Jane, Carcy, Erasmus, Julius, Wilson, Susan and Deck. I also give to my said wife One Hundred Dollars ($100) in cash to her and her heirs forever; and I loan to her for and during the term of her natural life my gigg and harness and my sorrel horse.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son John C. Eppes a tract or parcel of land be the same more or less on the South side of the road leading to the Long Bridge containing by estimation one hundred and twenty five acres and bounded as follows. Commencing at a small walnut tree near the old gate, and running a straight course to a persimmon, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch to the spring, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch which empties into the Edna Mill (Illegible word) to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my said son the following slaves to wit: Susan, Sam, Milly, William and Burwell, and the future increase of the females, also any now in his possession. Children of the said Sally and Milly which I have not named because I do not know or recollect their names - all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Littleberry Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Moses, Davy, Killy, wife of Davy, Maria and her three children, Emeline, Killy and Cresa, also Sam and Daniel together with the future increase of the females, also my black mare all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Bradley, the following slaves to wit: Siller (sic) and Polly and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my grand-daughter Virginia Bradley, eldest daughter of my daughter Elizabeth, a Negro girl named Anna and her future increase to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Rebecca Marston, the following slaves to wit: Mahala and son William, Carter, Old John, Eliza, Chrishanna, and Barnett and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Ann Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Sally, George, Oliver, Washington, Nancy, Ianetta and Mary and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever. I also give to my said daughter my carriage and harness in fee simple, but my son Littleberry is to have the use of it until she arrives to age or marries.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son James Eppes, the following lands adjoining the tract I reside on purchased of Littleberry Bradley containing one hundred and forty acres, a tract purchased of Richard W. Ragland containing fifty acres and that portion of lands purchased by me from Edward Roper’s estate which lies on the west side of a line to be laid off from the main road, commencing where the fence now meets the road, and running south to Robert Hubbard’s Corner to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son the following slaves to wit: Rico, Randolph, Minerva, Betsy and son John and my sorrel mare and sorrel coult (sic) two years old, my new saddle and bridle and one bed and furniture, all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Robert P. Eppes the plantation on which I now live called and known by the name of Spring Field, the tract devised to my son James now considered part of my home tract is of course excepted. I also give and devise to my said son Robert that portion of Roper’s tract which lies on the east side of the line described in the devise to my son James: The said lands I give and devise to my son Robert to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son Robert the following slaves to wit: Jerry, Kepup, Adeline, Melvira and Nat and the future increase of the females to him and his heirs forever. I also give my said son in fee simple half dozen silver table spoons, half dozen silver tea spoons and one bed and furniture.

ITEM: It is my will and desire that if either of my said sons James or Robert should die under the age of twenty-one years or before marriage, that the survivor should have the real estate devised to him; and proportion of the personal estate is to equally divided among all my children, and if both should die under that age and unmarried, then all the estate real and personal which I have devised and bequeathed them is to be equally divided among all my children.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to Henry Marston ten barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder, to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my friend James R. Roper two barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give the residue of my estate of every description not heretofore disposed of and all monies that my come into the hands of my executors from any and every source whatever after the payment of debts expenses and legacies to five of my children to wit: Elizabeth Bradley, Rebecca Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James and Robert P. Eppes to be equally divided among them and
their heirs forever. If my son Littleberry thinks proper to live on the plantation which I have devised to my son, Robert P. Eppes (part of paragraph is illegible).

Twenty ninth day of January eighteen Hundred and Thirty Six.

Signed, Sealed, published and declared by John Eppes as and for his last Will and Testament and by his express directive and in his presence we have subscribed our names as witnesses.

Flemming H Bate     Jno. Eppes (Seal)
John Slaton
Thomas Bradley
Warren Southall

At a court held for Charles City County at the Courthouse on Thursday the 18th
day of February 1836.

This will was produced in court proved by the oaths of Flemming H. Bate and Thomas Bradley, Witnesses to the same and ordered to be recorded.

     Teste: Ro: W. Christian
     Court Clerk


Henry Marston died.

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Mary Ann Eppes1

F, #366, b. 12 May 1818
Last Edited12 Jul 2007
Relationship3rd great-grandaunt of Constance Murray Chappell
Mary Ann Eppes was born on 12 May 1818. She is the daughter of John Eppes and Elizabeth Carter.

John Eppes left a will on 18 February 1836 at Charles City County, Virginia, and mentioned Elizabeth Carter, John C. Eppes, Littleberry Eppes, Elizabeth Bradley, Virginia Bradley, Rebecca Eppes Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James Eppes, Robert P. Eppes and Henry Marston, his daughter. He gave her 7 slaves and his carriage and harness. John Eppes's will read as follows:

Last Will and Testament of John Eppes
29 January 1836 - Charles City County, VA
Proved and Recorded on 18 February 1836
Page 1

In the name of God, Amen; I, John Eppes of the County of Charles City and State of Virginia, do hereby declare this to be my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills made by me in appearance and form following to wit. Imprimus, I direct my Executors herein after named to pay all my just debts and funeral expenses as speedily after my decease as practicable.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my wife Francis Eppes, to her and her heirs forever all the estate real personal and mixed which I received on my intermarriage with her in right of my said wife; and I direct my Executors to leave the same under her exclusive control without any the least interference on their part; and that there may be no misunderstanding as to the slaves which I received in right of my said wife, I herein recite their names as follows: Silvy, Kipsy, Maria, Dolly, Hannah, Jane, Carcy, Erasmus, Julius, Wilson, Susan and Deck. I also give to my said wife One Hundred Dollars ($100) in cash to her and her heirs forever; and I loan to her for and during the term of her natural life my gigg and harness and my sorrel horse.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son John C. Eppes a tract or parcel of land be the same more or less on the South side of the road leading to the Long Bridge containing by estimation one hundred and twenty five acres and bounded as follows. Commencing at a small walnut tree near the old gate, and running a straight course to a persimmon, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch to the spring, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch which empties into the Edna Mill (Illegible word) to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my said son the following slaves to wit: Susan, Sam, Milly, William and Burwell, and the future increase of the females, also any now in his possession. Children of the said Sally and Milly which I have not named because I do not know or recollect their names - all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Littleberry Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Moses, Davy, Killy, wife of Davy, Maria and her three children, Emeline, Killy and Cresa, also Sam and Daniel together with the future increase of the females, also my black mare all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Bradley, the following slaves to wit: Siller (sic) and Polly and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my grand-daughter Virginia Bradley, eldest daughter of my daughter Elizabeth, a Negro girl named Anna and her future increase to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Rebecca Marston, the following slaves to wit: Mahala and son William, Carter, Old John, Eliza, Chrishanna, and Barnett and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Ann Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Sally, George, Oliver, Washington, Nancy, Ianetta and Mary and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever. I also give to my said daughter my carriage and harness in fee simple, but my son Littleberry is to have the use of it until she arrives to age or marries.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son James Eppes, the following lands adjoining the tract I reside on purchased of Littleberry Bradley containing one hundred and forty acres, a tract purchased of Richard W. Ragland containing fifty acres and that portion of lands purchased by me from Edward Roper’s estate which lies on the west side of a line to be laid off from the main road, commencing where the fence now meets the road, and running south to Robert Hubbard’s Corner to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son the following slaves to wit: Rico, Randolph, Minerva, Betsy and son John and my sorrel mare and sorrel coult (sic) two years old, my new saddle and bridle and one bed and furniture, all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Robert P. Eppes the plantation on which I now live called and known by the name of Spring Field, the tract devised to my son James now considered part of my home tract is of course excepted. I also give and devise to my said son Robert that portion of Roper’s tract which lies on the east side of the line described in the devise to my son James: The said lands I give and devise to my son Robert to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son Robert the following slaves to wit: Jerry, Kepup, Adeline, Melvira and Nat and the future increase of the females to him and his heirs forever. I also give my said son in fee simple half dozen silver table spoons, half dozen silver tea spoons and one bed and furniture.

ITEM: It is my will and desire that if either of my said sons James or Robert should die under the age of twenty-one years or before marriage, that the survivor should have the real estate devised to him; and proportion of the personal estate is to equally divided among all my children, and if both should die under that age and unmarried, then all the estate real and personal which I have devised and bequeathed them is to be equally divided among all my children.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to Henry Marston ten barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder, to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my friend James R. Roper two barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give the residue of my estate of every description not heretofore disposed of and all monies that my come into the hands of my executors from any and every source whatever after the payment of debts expenses and legacies to five of my children to wit: Elizabeth Bradley, Rebecca Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James and Robert P. Eppes to be equally divided among them and
their heirs forever. If my son Littleberry thinks proper to live on the plantation which I have devised to my son, Robert P. Eppes (part of paragraph is illegible).

Twenty ninth day of January eighteen Hundred and Thirty Six.

Signed, Sealed, published and declared by John Eppes as and for his last Will and Testament and by his express directive and in his presence we have subscribed our names as witnesses.

Flemming H Bate     Jno. Eppes (Seal)
John Slaton
Thomas Bradley
Warren Southall

At a court held for Charles City County at the Courthouse on Thursday the 18th
day of February 1836.

This will was produced in court proved by the oaths of Flemming H. Bate and Thomas Bradley, Witnesses to the same and ordered to be recorded.

     Teste: Ro: W. Christian
     Court Clerk

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Father*John Eppes d. bt Jan 1836 - Feb 1836
Mother*Elizabeth Carter b. c 1780



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Citations

  1. [S2] John Eppes will (18 Feb 1836), John Eppes Will, Charles City County, Charles City County, Virginia. Hereinafter cited as John Eppes Will.

Gilbert L Parker1

M, #367, b. 1894
Last Edited30 Nov 2008
Gilbert L Parker was born in 1894 at Connecticut.1

Gilbert L Parker married Alice Lamar Mastin, daughter of George R Mastin and Grace Murray.1

Gilbert L Parker and Alice Lamar Mastin Parker appeared in the 1920 census as lodgers at 618 Bush Street on 5 January 1920 in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California; Gilbert L Parker, age 26, married, born in Connecticut. His occupation was manager, Belk (or Silk) Company.1

Gilbert L Parker appeared in the 1930 census as the head of household on 14 April 1930 at 545-1/2 Spaulding Rd, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California. Also living in the house was his wife, Alice Lamar Mastin. He was listed as Gilbert L Parker, age 36, born in Connecticut. He was 25 when he first married. He was renting his home for $47. His occupation was salesman, wholesale interior decorator.2

Gilbert L Parker died.

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Citations

  1. [S426] Gilbert L Parker household, 1920 US Census, San Francisco County, California, population schedule, San Francisco Assembly District 33, enumeration district (ED) 262, page/sheet 4/2B, dwelling 7, family no number, line 93-94; National Archives.
  2. [S427] Gilbert L Parker household, 1930 US Census, Los Angeles County, California, population schedule, Los Angeles (Districts 1-250), enumeration district (ED) 118, page/sheet 36/18B, dwelling 384, family 416, line 99-100; National Archives.

James Eppes1

M, #368, b. circa 1820
Last Edited12 Jul 2007
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Constance Murray Chappell
James Eppes was born circa 1820. He is the son of John Eppes and Elizabeth Carter.

John Eppes left a will on 18 February 1836 at Charles City County, Virginia, and mentioned Elizabeth Carter, John C. Eppes, Littleberry Eppes, Elizabeth Bradley, Virginia Bradley, Rebecca Eppes Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James Eppes, Robert P. Eppes and Henry Marston, his son and gave him 140 acres of land, 5 slaves, his sorrel mare and two-year-old sorrel colt, his new saddle and bridle and one bed and furniture. John Eppes's will read as follows:

Last Will and Testament of John Eppes
29 January 1836 - Charles City County, VA
Proved and Recorded on 18 February 1836
Page 1

In the name of God, Amen; I, John Eppes of the County of Charles City and State of Virginia, do hereby declare this to be my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills made by me in appearance and form following to wit. Imprimus, I direct my Executors herein after named to pay all my just debts and funeral expenses as speedily after my decease as practicable.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my wife Francis Eppes, to her and her heirs forever all the estate real personal and mixed which I received on my intermarriage with her in right of my said wife; and I direct my Executors to leave the same under her exclusive control without any the least interference on their part; and that there may be no misunderstanding as to the slaves which I received in right of my said wife, I herein recite their names as follows: Silvy, Kipsy, Maria, Dolly, Hannah, Jane, Carcy, Erasmus, Julius, Wilson, Susan and Deck. I also give to my said wife One Hundred Dollars ($100) in cash to her and her heirs forever; and I loan to her for and during the term of her natural life my gigg and harness and my sorrel horse.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son John C. Eppes a tract or parcel of land be the same more or less on the South side of the road leading to the Long Bridge containing by estimation one hundred and twenty five acres and bounded as follows. Commencing at a small walnut tree near the old gate, and running a straight course to a persimmon, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch to the spring, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch which empties into the Edna Mill (Illegible word) to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my said son the following slaves to wit: Susan, Sam, Milly, William and Burwell, and the future increase of the females, also any now in his possession. Children of the said Sally and Milly which I have not named because I do not know or recollect their names - all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Littleberry Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Moses, Davy, Killy, wife of Davy, Maria and her three children, Emeline, Killy and Cresa, also Sam and Daniel together with the future increase of the females, also my black mare all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Bradley, the following slaves to wit: Siller (sic) and Polly and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my grand-daughter Virginia Bradley, eldest daughter of my daughter Elizabeth, a Negro girl named Anna and her future increase to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Rebecca Marston, the following slaves to wit: Mahala and son William, Carter, Old John, Eliza, Chrishanna, and Barnett and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Ann Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Sally, George, Oliver, Washington, Nancy, Ianetta and Mary and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever. I also give to my said daughter my carriage and harness in fee simple, but my son Littleberry is to have the use of it until she arrives to age or marries.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son James Eppes, the following lands adjoining the tract I reside on purchased of Littleberry Bradley containing one hundred and forty acres, a tract purchased of Richard W. Ragland containing fifty acres and that portion of lands purchased by me from Edward Roper’s estate which lies on the west side of a line to be laid off from the main road, commencing where the fence now meets the road, and running south to Robert Hubbard’s Corner to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son the following slaves to wit: Rico, Randolph, Minerva, Betsy and son John and my sorrel mare and sorrel coult (sic) two years old, my new saddle and bridle and one bed and furniture, all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Robert P. Eppes the plantation on which I now live called and known by the name of Spring Field, the tract devised to my son James now considered part of my home tract is of course excepted. I also give and devise to my said son Robert that portion of Roper’s tract which lies on the east side of the line described in the devise to my son James: The said lands I give and devise to my son Robert to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son Robert the following slaves to wit: Jerry, Kepup, Adeline, Melvira and Nat and the future increase of the females to him and his heirs forever. I also give my said son in fee simple half dozen silver table spoons, half dozen silver tea spoons and one bed and furniture.

ITEM: It is my will and desire that if either of my said sons James or Robert should die under the age of twenty-one years or before marriage, that the survivor should have the real estate devised to him; and proportion of the personal estate is to equally divided among all my children, and if both should die under that age and unmarried, then all the estate real and personal which I have devised and bequeathed them is to be equally divided among all my children.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to Henry Marston ten barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder, to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my friend James R. Roper two barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give the residue of my estate of every description not heretofore disposed of and all monies that my come into the hands of my executors from any and every source whatever after the payment of debts expenses and legacies to five of my children to wit: Elizabeth Bradley, Rebecca Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James and Robert P. Eppes to be equally divided among them and
their heirs forever. If my son Littleberry thinks proper to live on the plantation which I have devised to my son, Robert P. Eppes (part of paragraph is illegible).

Twenty ninth day of January eighteen Hundred and Thirty Six.

Signed, Sealed, published and declared by John Eppes as and for his last Will and Testament and by his express directive and in his presence we have subscribed our names as witnesses.

Flemming H Bate     Jno. Eppes (Seal)
John Slaton
Thomas Bradley
Warren Southall

At a court held for Charles City County at the Courthouse on Thursday the 18th
day of February 1836.

This will was produced in court proved by the oaths of Flemming H. Bate and Thomas Bradley, Witnesses to the same and ordered to be recorded.

     Teste: Ro: W. Christian
     Court Clerk

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Father*John Eppes d. bt Jan 1836 - Feb 1836
Mother*Elizabeth Carter b. c 1780



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Citations

  1. [S2] John Eppes will (18 Feb 1836), John Eppes Will, Charles City County, Charles City County, Virginia. Hereinafter cited as John Eppes Will.

Robert P. Eppes1

M, #369, b. September 1822
Last Edited12 Jul 2007
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Constance Murray Chappell
Robert P. Eppes was born in September 1822. He is the son of John Eppes and Elizabeth Carter.

John Eppes left a will on 18 February 1836 at Charles City County, Virginia, and mentioned Elizabeth Carter, John C. Eppes, Littleberry Eppes, Elizabeth Bradley, Virginia Bradley, Rebecca Eppes Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James Eppes, Robert P. Eppes and Henry Marston, his son, and left him "the plantation on which I now live called and known by the name of Spring Field", and 5 slaves and "half dozen silver table spoons, half dozen silver tea spoons and one bed and furniture." John Eppes's will read as follows:

Last Will and Testament of John Eppes
29 January 1836 - Charles City County, VA
Proved and Recorded on 18 February 1836
Page 1

In the name of God, Amen; I, John Eppes of the County of Charles City and State of Virginia, do hereby declare this to be my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills made by me in appearance and form following to wit. Imprimus, I direct my Executors herein after named to pay all my just debts and funeral expenses as speedily after my decease as practicable.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my wife Francis Eppes, to her and her heirs forever all the estate real personal and mixed which I received on my intermarriage with her in right of my said wife; and I direct my Executors to leave the same under her exclusive control without any the least interference on their part; and that there may be no misunderstanding as to the slaves which I received in right of my said wife, I herein recite their names as follows: Silvy, Kipsy, Maria, Dolly, Hannah, Jane, Carcy, Erasmus, Julius, Wilson, Susan and Deck. I also give to my said wife One Hundred Dollars ($100) in cash to her and her heirs forever; and I loan to her for and during the term of her natural life my gigg and harness and my sorrel horse.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son John C. Eppes a tract or parcel of land be the same more or less on the South side of the road leading to the Long Bridge containing by estimation one hundred and twenty five acres and bounded as follows. Commencing at a small walnut tree near the old gate, and running a straight course to a persimmon, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch to the spring, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch which empties into the Edna Mill (Illegible word) to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my said son the following slaves to wit: Susan, Sam, Milly, William and Burwell, and the future increase of the females, also any now in his possession. Children of the said Sally and Milly which I have not named because I do not know or recollect their names - all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Littleberry Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Moses, Davy, Killy, wife of Davy, Maria and her three children, Emeline, Killy and Cresa, also Sam and Daniel together with the future increase of the females, also my black mare all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Bradley, the following slaves to wit: Siller (sic) and Polly and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my grand-daughter Virginia Bradley, eldest daughter of my daughter Elizabeth, a Negro girl named Anna and her future increase to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Rebecca Marston, the following slaves to wit: Mahala and son William, Carter, Old John, Eliza, Chrishanna, and Barnett and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Ann Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Sally, George, Oliver, Washington, Nancy, Ianetta and Mary and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever. I also give to my said daughter my carriage and harness in fee simple, but my son Littleberry is to have the use of it until she arrives to age or marries.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son James Eppes, the following lands adjoining the tract I reside on purchased of Littleberry Bradley containing one hundred and forty acres, a tract purchased of Richard W. Ragland containing fifty acres and that portion of lands purchased by me from Edward Roper’s estate which lies on the west side of a line to be laid off from the main road, commencing where the fence now meets the road, and running south to Robert Hubbard’s Corner to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son the following slaves to wit: Rico, Randolph, Minerva, Betsy and son John and my sorrel mare and sorrel coult (sic) two years old, my new saddle and bridle and one bed and furniture, all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Robert P. Eppes the plantation on which I now live called and known by the name of Spring Field, the tract devised to my son James now considered part of my home tract is of course excepted. I also give and devise to my said son Robert that portion of Roper’s tract which lies on the east side of the line described in the devise to my son James: The said lands I give and devise to my son Robert to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son Robert the following slaves to wit: Jerry, Kepup, Adeline, Melvira and Nat and the future increase of the females to him and his heirs forever. I also give my said son in fee simple half dozen silver table spoons, half dozen silver tea spoons and one bed and furniture.

ITEM: It is my will and desire that if either of my said sons James or Robert should die under the age of twenty-one years or before marriage, that the survivor should have the real estate devised to him; and proportion of the personal estate is to equally divided among all my children, and if both should die under that age and unmarried, then all the estate real and personal which I have devised and bequeathed them is to be equally divided among all my children.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to Henry Marston ten barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder, to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my friend James R. Roper two barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give the residue of my estate of every description not heretofore disposed of and all monies that my come into the hands of my executors from any and every source whatever after the payment of debts expenses and legacies to five of my children to wit: Elizabeth Bradley, Rebecca Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James and Robert P. Eppes to be equally divided among them and
their heirs forever. If my son Littleberry thinks proper to live on the plantation which I have devised to my son, Robert P. Eppes (part of paragraph is illegible).

Twenty ninth day of January eighteen Hundred and Thirty Six.

Signed, Sealed, published and declared by John Eppes as and for his last Will and Testament and by his express directive and in his presence we have subscribed our names as witnesses.

Flemming H Bate     Jno. Eppes (Seal)
John Slaton
Thomas Bradley
Warren Southall

At a court held for Charles City County at the Courthouse on Thursday the 18th
day of February 1836.

This will was produced in court proved by the oaths of Flemming H. Bate and Thomas Bradley, Witnesses to the same and ordered to be recorded.

     Teste: Ro: W. Christian
     Court Clerk

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The material on this website is subject to copyright. Facts – names, dates, and places – cannot be copyrighted; you are free to copy them. But the narratives are my creative work product and are copyrighted. You may copy them for your personal use, but please respect my copyright and do not republish them in any form, including copying them to your tree on Ancestry or elsewhere, unless you have obtained written permission from me. Many of the images are also copyrighted, and may not be copied without the consent of the copyright holders.

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Father*John Eppes d. bt Jan 1836 - Feb 1836
Mother*Elizabeth Carter b. c 1780



© Copyright Constance Murray Chappell Horne, 2008-2018. The information on this website may not be used for commercial purposes. If your project is non-commercial, you may use the information on this website if you clearly identify the source of the information, which could read as follows: Compiled and presented by Constance Murray Chappell Horne, "Chappell / Horne Genealogy", http://roots.thehornes.us/

Citations

  1. [S2] John Eppes will (18 Feb 1836), John Eppes Will, Charles City County, Charles City County, Virginia. Hereinafter cited as John Eppes Will.

Elizabeth Carter1

F, #370, b. circa 1780
Last Edited27 Jul 2009
Relationship4th great-grandmother of Constance Murray Chappell
ChartsPedigree Chart - Mary Horry Eppes
Elizabeth Carter was born circa 1780.

Elizabeth Carter married John Eppes, son of James Eppes and Mary Bradley, between 1800 and 1803. Her married name was Elizabeth Carter Eppes.

John Eppes and Elizabeth Carter Eppes of Charles City County, Virginia, transferred a deed of property recorded 5 December 1822 to John Bradley.2 The deed read as follows:

Deed between John Eppes and Elizabeth his wife of the first part and John Bradley of the second part whereas Colonel John Bradley in his life purchased of John Eppes a parcel of land of 10 acres which ... is situated lying near the land and adjoining the tract owned by said John Bradley and on which he lived and the tract now owned by said John Eppes which he purchased from Richard Frayser and wife and for which said land the said John Bradley paid the said John Eppes $70 ... the said John Eppes being now willing to convey the said land to John W Bradley who is entitled to the same under the will of said John Bradley... the land whereon the said Eppes now resides and the land whereon Mrs. Lucy Bradley now lives.

Signed John Eppes (seal) Betsey Eppes (seal)

Memo. the line of the land begins at a small oak adjoing Edward Roers land .. than a straight line to a persimmon tree thence to a poplar side line on said Eppes land near the run.

Witnessed Elizabeth Eppes signature on 5 Dec 1822.
3

John Eppes left a will on 18 February 1836 at Charles City County, Virginia, and mentioned Elizabeth Carter, John C. Eppes, Littleberry Eppes, Elizabeth Bradley, Virginia Bradley, Rebecca Eppes Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James Eppes, Robert P. Eppes and Henry Marston, his wife. John Eppes's will read as follows:

Last Will and Testament of John Eppes
29 January 1836 - Charles City County, VA
Proved and Recorded on 18 February 1836
Page 1

In the name of God, Amen; I, John Eppes of the County of Charles City and State of Virginia, do hereby declare this to be my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills made by me in appearance and form following to wit. Imprimus, I direct my Executors herein after named to pay all my just debts and funeral expenses as speedily after my decease as practicable.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my wife Francis Eppes, to her and her heirs forever all the estate real personal and mixed which I received on my intermarriage with her in right of my said wife; and I direct my Executors to leave the same under her exclusive control without any the least interference on their part; and that there may be no misunderstanding as to the slaves which I received in right of my said wife, I herein recite their names as follows: Silvy, Kipsy, Maria, Dolly, Hannah, Jane, Carcy, Erasmus, Julius, Wilson, Susan and Deck. I also give to my said wife One Hundred Dollars ($100) in cash to her and her heirs forever; and I loan to her for and during the term of her natural life my gigg and harness and my sorrel horse.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son John C. Eppes a tract or parcel of land be the same more or less on the South side of the road leading to the Long Bridge containing by estimation one hundred and twenty five acres and bounded as follows. Commencing at a small walnut tree near the old gate, and running a straight course to a persimmon, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch to the spring, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch which empties into the Edna Mill (Illegible word) to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my said son the following slaves to wit: Susan, Sam, Milly, William and Burwell, and the future increase of the females, also any now in his possession. Children of the said Sally and Milly which I have not named because I do not know or recollect their names - all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Littleberry Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Moses, Davy, Killy, wife of Davy, Maria and her three children, Emeline, Killy and Cresa, also Sam and Daniel together with the future increase of the females, also my black mare all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Bradley, the following slaves to wit: Siller (sic) and Polly and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my grand-daughter Virginia Bradley, eldest daughter of my daughter Elizabeth, a Negro girl named Anna and her future increase to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Rebecca Marston, the following slaves to wit: Mahala and son William, Carter, Old John, Eliza, Chrishanna, and Barnett and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Ann Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Sally, George, Oliver, Washington, Nancy, Ianetta and Mary and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever. I also give to my said daughter my carriage and harness in fee simple, but my son Littleberry is to have the use of it until she arrives to age or marries.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son James Eppes, the following lands adjoining the tract I reside on purchased of Littleberry Bradley containing one hundred and forty acres, a tract purchased of Richard W. Ragland containing fifty acres and that portion of lands purchased by me from Edward Roper’s estate which lies on the west side of a line to be laid off from the main road, commencing where the fence now meets the road, and running south to Robert Hubbard’s Corner to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son the following slaves to wit: Rico, Randolph, Minerva, Betsy and son John and my sorrel mare and sorrel coult (sic) two years old, my new saddle and bridle and one bed and furniture, all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Robert P. Eppes the plantation on which I now live called and known by the name of Spring Field, the tract devised to my son James now considered part of my home tract is of course excepted. I also give and devise to my said son Robert that portion of Roper’s tract which lies on the east side of the line described in the devise to my son James: The said lands I give and devise to my son Robert to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son Robert the following slaves to wit: Jerry, Kepup, Adeline, Melvira and Nat and the future increase of the females to him and his heirs forever. I also give my said son in fee simple half dozen silver table spoons, half dozen silver tea spoons and one bed and furniture.

ITEM: It is my will and desire that if either of my said sons James or Robert should die under the age of twenty-one years or before marriage, that the survivor should have the real estate devised to him; and proportion of the personal estate is to equally divided among all my children, and if both should die under that age and unmarried, then all the estate real and personal which I have devised and bequeathed them is to be equally divided among all my children.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to Henry Marston ten barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder, to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my friend James R. Roper two barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give the residue of my estate of every description not heretofore disposed of and all monies that my come into the hands of my executors from any and every source whatever after the payment of debts expenses and legacies to five of my children to wit: Elizabeth Bradley, Rebecca Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James and Robert P. Eppes to be equally divided among them and
their heirs forever. If my son Littleberry thinks proper to live on the plantation which I have devised to my son, Robert P. Eppes (part of paragraph is illegible).

Twenty ninth day of January eighteen Hundred and Thirty Six.

Signed, Sealed, published and declared by John Eppes as and for his last Will and Testament and by his express directive and in his presence we have subscribed our names as witnesses.

Flemming H Bate     Jno. Eppes (Seal)
John Slaton
Thomas Bradley
Warren Southall

At a court held for Charles City County at the Courthouse on Thursday the 18th
day of February 1836.

This will was produced in court proved by the oaths of Flemming H. Bate and Thomas Bradley, Witnesses to the same and ordered to be recorded.

     Teste: Ro: W. Christian
     Court Clerk


Elizabeth Carter Eppes died.

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Citations

  1. [S11] Henrico Co (VA) Deeds, Book 8, pp 205-206, Henrico County, Henrico County, Virginia. Hereinafter cited as Henrico Co (VA) Deed Book 8.
  2. [S215] Charles City County Deeds: Deed Book 6, p 552, Charles City County, Charles City County, Virginia. Hereinafter cited as Charles City County Deeds.
  3. [S215] Charles City County Deeds: Deed Book 6, p 552.

Virginia Davis

F, #371, d. 1967
Last Edited1 Jul 2018
Virginia Davis was born.

Virginia Davis died in 1967. She was buried in 1967 in Edson Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
Believed to be her husband's half-sister.

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Frances (?)1

F, #372
Last Edited12 Jan 2008
As of after 10 April 1829, her married name was Eppes.

Frances (?) married John Eppes, son of James Eppes and Mary Bradley, after 10 April 1829 at Richmond, Virginia.

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Citations

  1. [S2] John Eppes will (18 Feb 1836), John Eppes Will, Charles City County, Charles City County, Virginia. Hereinafter cited as John Eppes Will.

James Edward Morris

M, #373
Last Edited13 Jul 2009
James Edward Morris married Beverly Ann Poole, daughter of Arthur Rebble Poole Jr. and Betty Martha Samford, on 23 December 1983.

Alice Louise Chappell's obituary appeared in the newspaper in Richmond Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, on 22 January 2007. It listed Arthur Rebble Poole Jr., Betty Martha Samford Poole, Alice Faye Poole Chappell, Gene Poole Chappell, Beverly Ann Poole Morris, James Edward Morris, Lisa Gaye Chappell Gettier, Stacy Gettier, Carolyn Francis Poole Messier, James Arthur Chappell, Paule Jean Chappell Seward and David Seward as surviving her. He was listed as Eddie Morris, husband of Beverly.1

Alice Louise Chappell Poole's obituary read:
Poole - Alice Chappell Poole, "Granny", 98, widow of Arthur R. Poole, Sr., died Saturday, January 20, 2007. Survivors include one son, A.R. ""Billy" Poole, Jr, and wife Betty; one daughter, Alice Faye Chappell and husband, Gene; five grandchildren, Beverly Morris, and husband Eddie, Lisa Gettier, and husband Stacy, Carolyn Poole Messier, Paula Seward and husband, David; five great-grandchildren and her beloved pet dog, P.D. Mrs. Poole was preceded in death by one daughter, Frances Poole Purdy and a grandson, Robert Poole. The funeral service will be held 11 am Tuesday, January 23, 2007 at Concord United Methodist Church with interment in the church cemetery. The family will meet friends at a reception in the church social hall immediately following the service. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made in Mrs. Poole's memory to Concord United Methodist Church
1

When he was at an unknown age , his wife, Beverly Ann Poole Morris, died on 13 July 2014 at Petersburg, Virginia, at age 52.2

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Citations

  1. [S269] Alice Chappell Poole Obituary, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, 22 Jan 2007, page B-4. Hereinafter cited as Alice Chappell Poole Obituary.
  2. [S106] Find A Grave Dot Com, online www.findagrave.com, Morris, Beverly Ann Poole. Born: Jun 9, 1962. Died: Jul 13, 2014. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.

John Mason

M, #374
Last Edited13 Feb 2008
Relationships7th great-grandfather of Constance Murray Chappell
7th great-grandfather of James Shelton Horne
ChartsPedigree Chart - John R Chappell Jr
Pedigree Chart - Leah Pace Briggs
John Mason was born.

John Mason married Elisabeth Rives.

John Mason and Elisabeth Rives was listed as the parent of Elizabeth Mason when she married Christopher Rives on 2 July 1759 at Sussex County, Virginia. He was listed as Col John Mason; Albemarle Parish Register:

Married Elizabeth Briggs Mason, daughter of Major John Mason and Elizabeth Rives, daughter of James Chappell and his wife Elizabeth Briggs, on June 2,1759.1 The marriage document read as follows:
Original Marriage bond on file

We Christopher Rives and John Mason both of Albemarle Parish and Sussex County are held and firmly bound unto our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the Grace of God of Great Britian France and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, in 50 pounds current money of VA to be paid to our said Lord the King his Heirs and Successors. To the which pairment will and truly to be made. We bind ourselves our Heirs, Extrx, and admtrx. Sealed with our seals and dated 2 July 1759.

Whereas there is a Marriage suddenly itended to be Solomnized between the above bound Christopher Rives and Elizabeth Mason, Spinister. The condition of this present obligation is such that if there be no lawful cause to obstruct the same then this obligation to be Voided else to Remain in full force.

Signed by Christopher Rives, Jno. Mason
Witness: A. Claiborne
1

John Mason died.

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Citations

  1. [S227] Early Marriage Records of Sussex County VA (1754-1850): 2 July 1759, Marriage Bond of Christopher Rives to Elizabeth Mason, Sussex County, Sussex County, Virginia. Hereinafter cited as Sussex County Early Marriage Records.

Melvin Harrell

M, #375
Last Edited5 Mar 2008
Melvin Harrell was born.

Melvin Harrell married Deborah Faye Chappell, daughter of Glenn Wright Chappell and Sylvia Delancey.

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Elisabeth Rives

F, #376
Last Edited27 Jul 2009
Relationships7th great-grandmother of Constance Murray Chappell
7th great-grandmother of James Shelton Horne
ChartsPedigree Chart - John R Chappell Jr
Pedigree Chart - Leah Pace Briggs
Elisabeth Rives was born.

Elisabeth Rives married John Mason. Her married name was Elisabeth Rives Mason.

John Mason and Elisabeth Rives was listed as the parent of Elizabeth Mason when she married Christopher Rives on 2 July 1759 at Sussex County, Virginia; Albemarle Parish Register:

Married Elizabeth Briggs Mason, daughter of Major John Mason and Elizabeth Rives, daughter of James Chappell and his wife Elizabeth Briggs, on June 2,1759.1 The marriage document read as follows:
Original Marriage bond on file

We Christopher Rives and John Mason both of Albemarle Parish and Sussex County are held and firmly bound unto our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the Grace of God of Great Britian France and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, in 50 pounds current money of VA to be paid to our said Lord the King his Heirs and Successors. To the which pairment will and truly to be made. We bind ourselves our Heirs, Extrx, and admtrx. Sealed with our seals and dated 2 July 1759.

Whereas there is a Marriage suddenly itended to be Solomnized between the above bound Christopher Rives and Elizabeth Mason, Spinister. The condition of this present obligation is such that if there be no lawful cause to obstruct the same then this obligation to be Voided else to Remain in full force.

Signed by Christopher Rives, Jno. Mason
Witness: A. Claiborne
1

Elisabeth Rives Mason died.

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Citations

  1. [S227] Early Marriage Records of Sussex County VA (1754-1850): 2 July 1759, Marriage Bond of Christopher Rives to Elizabeth Mason, Sussex County, Sussex County, Virginia. Hereinafter cited as Sussex County Early Marriage Records.

Peter Limperis

M, #377
Last Edited4 Feb 2008
Peter Limperis married an unknown person. He was born.

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Danielle Limperis

F, #378
Last Edited4 Feb 2008
Danielle Limperis was born. She is the daughter of Peter Limperis.

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Elizabeth M Binford

F, #379, b. 1813, d. before 1880
Last Edited26 Jul 2009
Elizabeth M Binford was born in 1813 at Virginia.

Elizabeth M Binford married Edward Finch Garthright Sr, son of William Garthright and Judith Finch, on 7 October 1863 at Henrico County, Virginia.1 Her married name was Elizabeth M Binford Garthright. The marriage document read as follows:
7 Oct. 1863 - Edward F. Garthright, 67, widower and Elizabeth M. Binford, 53, single
1

Elizabeth M Binford Garthright appeared in the 1870 census on 19 August 1870 as a household member living with Edward Finch Garthright Sr at Fairfield, Henrico County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1870. She was listed as Elizabeth Gathright, age 57, keeping house; Edward Gathright, age 77, farmer,The value of his real estate was $5000 and his personal property, $1000.2

Elizabeth M Binford Garthright died before 1880 as she did not appear in the 1880 census with her husband.

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Citations

  1. [S186] Michael E. Pollack, compiler, Marriage Bonds of Henrico County, VA, 1782-1853 (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, 1984), 7 Oct. 1863 - Edward F. Garthright, 67, widower and Elizabeth M. Binford, 53, single. Hereinafter cited as Henrico County (VA) Marriage Bonds.
  2. [S60] Edward Gathright household, 1870 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Fairfield Township, page/sheet 113/311, dwelling 780, family 797, line 1-5; National Archives; (with Patsy Binford, white female age 65, no occupation; Flourney Acme, a white male, age 10, at home; William Binford, a white male, age 23, farm laborer. All were born in Virginia.).

John Carter

M, #380
Last Edited28 Jul 2009
Relationship4th great-grandfather of Constance Murray Chappell
ChartsPedigree Chart - Mary Horry Eppes
John Carter was born.

John Carter was listed as the parent of Ann Carter when she married John C. Eppes on 20 October 1826 at Henrico County, Virginia.1

John Carter died.

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Citations

  1. [S186] Michael E. Pollack, compiler, Marriage Bonds of Henrico County, VA, 1782-1853 (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, 1984), Eppes, John C. to Ann Carter, daughter of John Carter. John Carter, surety. 20 Oct 1826. Hereinafter cited as Henrico County (VA) Marriage Bonds.

Dustin Edward Morris

M, #381, b. 31 October 1985
Last Edited12 Jul 2007
Relationships2nd cousin 1 time removed of Constance Murray Chappell
5th cousin 1 time removed of James Shelton Horne
Dustin Edward Morris was born on 31 October 1985. He is the son of James Edward Morris and Beverly Ann Poole.

When he was 28, his mother, Beverly Ann Poole Morris, died on 13 July 2014 at Petersburg, Virginia, at age 52.1

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Father*James Edward Morris
Mother*Beverly Ann Poole b. 9 Jun 1962, d. 13 Jul 2014



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Citations

  1. [S106] Find A Grave Dot Com, online www.findagrave.com, Morris, Beverly Ann Poole. Born: Jun 9, 1962. Died: Jul 13, 2014. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.

Sara Kitchen

F, #382
Last Edited25 Feb 2008
Relationships3rd cousin of Constance Murray Chappell
5th cousin of James Shelton Horne
Sara Kitchen was born. She is the daughter of Herman Radcliff Kitchen Jr. and Deborah Faye Chappell.

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Father*Herman Radcliff Kitchen Jr.
Mother*Deborah Faye Chappell



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Allison Brooke Morris

F, #383, b. 6 December 1988
Last Edited12 Jul 2007
Relationships2nd cousin 1 time removed of Constance Murray Chappell
5th cousin 1 time removed of James Shelton Horne
Allison Brooke Morris was born on 6 December 1988. She is the daughter of James Edward Morris and Beverly Ann Poole.

When she was 25, her mother, Beverly Ann Poole Morris, died on 13 July 2014 at Petersburg, Virginia, at age 52.1

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Father*James Edward Morris
Mother*Beverly Ann Poole b. 9 Jun 1962, d. 13 Jul 2014



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Citations

  1. [S106] Find A Grave Dot Com, online www.findagrave.com, Morris, Beverly Ann Poole. Born: Jun 9, 1962. Died: Jul 13, 2014. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.

(Male) Tucker

M, #384
Last Edited18 Jun 2018
(Male) Tucker married Nanie Chappell, daughter of John Thomas A. Chappell and Susan Bolling Stewart, after May 1910.

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John Maxie Wray

M, #385, b. July 1898
Last Edited11 Jul 2009
John Maxie Wray was born in July 1898 at Virginia.1 He was the son of John W Wray and Sally (?) John Maxie Wray was also known as Johnnie Maxie Wray.

Bernard Wray, W E Wray, Clarence Wray and John Maxie Wray appeared in the 1900 census as a son of John W Wray in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, on 11 June 1900. He was listed as Maxie Wray, age 2, born Jun 1898 in Virginia ; John W. Wray, age 45, born Jun 1855 in Virginia. He had been married 23 years. His occupation was farmer.1

John Maxie Wray registered for the World War 1 Draft on 24 August 1918 while living at Petersburg, Virginia. His nearest relative was his father, John W Wray. He was listed as Johnnie M. Wray, bor 31 Jul 1898, age 21, living in Petersburg, Virginia but registering in Dinwiddie County. He was born in Dinwiddie County, as was his father. His emloyer was E. I. Dupont in Hopewell, Virginia. He was described as medium height, slender build, with blue eyes and brown hair, no deformities.2

John Maxie Wray married Clara Louise Poole, daughter of David Wesley Poole and Ella Francis Talley, in 1920.3

John Maxie Wray appeared in the 1930 census as the head of household on 16 April 1930 at Belfield, Greensville County, Virginia. Also living in the house was, his mother, Sally (?). He was listed as John M. Wray, age 32, married. He was 22 when he first married. His occupation was farmer.3

John Maxie Wray died.

His wife, Clair Louise Poole Chappell, was buried after 3 October 1984 in Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery at 16703 Walkers Mill Road, Stony Creek, Sussex County, Virginia.4

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Father*John W Wray b. Jun 1855
Mother*Sally (?) b. 1858

Children of John Maxie Wray and Clara Louise Poole




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Citations

  1. [S76] John W. Wray household, 1900 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 27, page/sheet 5-A, dwelling 55, family 31, line 1-11; National Archives.
  2. [S7] Ancestry.com, U.S. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005), Johnnie M. Wray. Born: 31 Jul 1898.
  3. [S268] John M. Wray household, 1930 US Census, Greensville County, Virginia, population schedule, Belfield, enumeration district (ED) 3, page/sheet 8-B, dwelling 129, family 136, line 55-57; National Archives.
  4. [S106] Find A Grave Dot Com, online www.findagrave.com, Chappell, Clara Poole. Born: Mar 8, 1903. Died: Oct 3, 1984. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  5. [S71] 1930 US Census, Sussex County, Virginia, population schedule; National Archives.

Melissa Kitchen

F, #386
Last Edited25 Feb 2008
Relationships3rd cousin of Constance Murray Chappell
5th cousin of James Shelton Horne
Melissa Kitchen was born. She is the daughter of Herman Radcliff Kitchen Jr. and Deborah Faye Chappell.

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Father*Herman Radcliff Kitchen Jr.
Mother*Deborah Faye Chappell



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Paul Kea Sr.

M, #387
Last Edited26 Feb 2008
Paul Kea Sr. was born.

Paul Kea Sr. married Karen Elizabeth Chappell, daughter of Glenn Wright Chappell and Sylvia Delancey.

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Paul Kea Jr

M, #388
Last Edited25 Feb 2008
Relationships3rd cousin of Constance Murray Chappell
5th cousin of James Shelton Horne
Paul Kea Jr was born. He is the son of Paul Kea Sr. and Karen Elizabeth Chappell.

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Father*Paul Kea Sr.
Mother*Karen Elizabeth Chappell



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Russell Lowell Humphreys

M, #389, b. 13 January 1917, d. 16 November 1990
Last Edited10 Apr 2015
Russell Lowell Humphreys was born on 13 January 1917 SSDI says 18 Jan 1917. His tombstone says 13 Jan 1917, so I will go with the tombstone.1,2

Russell Lowell Humphreys married Mary Estelle Wray, daughter of John Maxie Wray and Clara Louise Poole.

His Social Security Number was 228-05-7847 issued before 1951 at Virginia.3

Russell Lowell Humphreys died on 16 November 1990 at Jarratt, Sussex County, Virginia, at age 73.2,4 He was buried after 16 November 1990 in Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery, located at 16703 Walkers Mill Road, Stony Creek, Sussex County, Virginia.2

His wife, Mary Estelle Wray Humphreys, was buried after 22 August 2002 in Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery at 16703 Walkers Mill Road, Stony Creek, Sussex County, Virginia.5

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Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006), Russell L. Humphreys. Born: 18 Jan 1917. Died: 16 Nov 1990.SSN: 228-05-7847 issued in Virginia before 1951. Last Residence: 23867 Jarratt, Sussex County, Virginia.
  2. [S106] Find A Grave Dot Com, online www.findagrave.com, Humphreys, Russell Lowell. Born: Jan 13, 1917. Died: Nov 16, 1990. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  3. [S21] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index, Russell L. Humphreys. Born: 18 Jan 1917. Died: 16 Nov 1990.SSN: 228-05-7847 issued in Virginia before 1951. Last Residence: 23867 Jarratt, Sussex County, Virginia.
  4. [S21] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index, Russell L. Humphreys. Born: 18 Jan 1917. Died: 16 Nov 1990.SSN: 228-05-7847 issued in Virginia before 1951. Last Residence: 23867 Jarratt, Sussex County, Virginia.


  5. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Humphreys, Mary Estelle Wray. Born: Nov 21, 1923. Died: Aug 22, 2002. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Nancy Humphreys

F, #390
Last Edited25 Feb 2008
Nancy Humphreys was born. She is the daughter of Russell Lowell Humphreys and Mary Estelle Wray. Her married name was Phillips.

Nancy Humphreys married George Phillips.

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Father*Russell Lowell Humphreys b. 13 Jan 1917, d. 16 Nov 1990
Mother*Mary Estelle Wray b. 21 Nov 1923, d. 22 Aug 2002



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Shirley Chappell

F, #391, b. 1936
Last Edited5 Apr 2012
Relationships2nd cousin 1 time removed of Constance Murray Chappell
4th cousin 1 time removed of James Shelton Horne
Shirley Chappell was born in 1936 at Virginia.1 She is the daughter of Walter Chappell and Ethel (?)

Shirley Chappell and Bridget Chappell appeared in the 1940 census as a daughter of Walter Chappell at Stony Creek, Sussex County, Virginia, on 7 May 1940. She was listed as Shirley Chappel, age 4, born in Virginia; Walter Chappel, age 29, married, farmer, born in Virginia. He rented his home for $2 a month. He had completed 7th grade.1

Shirley Chappell married Curt Bailey. Her married name was Shirley Chappell Bailey.

Her father, Walter Chappell, died on 22 May 1947 at age 37; on his 37th birthday.2 Shirley Chappell lived at Richmond, Virginia.

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Father*Walter Chappell b. 22 May 1910, d. 22 May 1947
Mother*Ethel (?) b. 1910



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Citations

  1. [S532] Walter Chappel household, 1940 US Census, Sussex County, Virginia, population schedule, Stony Creek District, enumeration district (ED) 92-7, page/sheet 17-B, image 38, household 261, line 54-57; National Archives.
  2. [S106] Find A Grave Dot Com, online www.findagrave.com, Chappell, Walter. Born: May 22, 1910. Died: May 22, 1947. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.

(Male) Bradley

M, #392
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
(Male) Bradley married Elizabeth Eppes, daughter of John Eppes and Elizabeth Carter.

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Littleberry Eppes1

M, #393, b. circa 1808, d. 1844
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Constance Murray Chappell
Littleberry Eppes was born circa 1808. He was the son of John Eppes and Elizabeth Carter.

His father, John Eppes, died between January 1836 and February 1836 at Charles City County, Virginia.1

John Eppes left a will on 18 February 1836 at Charles City County, Virginia, and mentioned Elizabeth Carter, John C. Eppes, Littleberry Eppes, Elizabeth Bradley, Virginia Bradley, Rebecca Eppes Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James Eppes, Robert P. Eppes and Henry Marston and gave him 13 slaves and a black mare. John Eppes's will read as follows:

Last Will and Testament of John Eppes
29 January 1836 - Charles City County, VA
Proved and Recorded on 18 February 1836
Page 1

In the name of God, Amen; I, John Eppes of the County of Charles City and State of Virginia, do hereby declare this to be my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills made by me in appearance and form following to wit. Imprimus, I direct my Executors herein after named to pay all my just debts and funeral expenses as speedily after my decease as practicable.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my wife Francis Eppes, to her and her heirs forever all the estate real personal and mixed which I received on my intermarriage with her in right of my said wife; and I direct my Executors to leave the same under her exclusive control without any the least interference on their part; and that there may be no misunderstanding as to the slaves which I received in right of my said wife, I herein recite their names as follows: Silvy, Kipsy, Maria, Dolly, Hannah, Jane, Carcy, Erasmus, Julius, Wilson, Susan and Deck. I also give to my said wife One Hundred Dollars ($100) in cash to her and her heirs forever; and I loan to her for and during the term of her natural life my gigg and harness and my sorrel horse.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son John C. Eppes a tract or parcel of land be the same more or less on the South side of the road leading to the Long Bridge containing by estimation one hundred and twenty five acres and bounded as follows. Commencing at a small walnut tree near the old gate, and running a straight course to a persimmon, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch to the spring, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch which empties into the Edna Mill (Illegible word) to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my said son the following slaves to wit: Susan, Sam, Milly, William and Burwell, and the future increase of the females, also any now in his possession. Children of the said Sally and Milly which I have not named because I do not know or recollect their names - all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Littleberry Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Moses, Davy, Killy, wife of Davy, Maria and her three children, Emeline, Killy and Cresa, also Sam and Daniel together with the future increase of the females, also my black mare all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Bradley, the following slaves to wit: Siller (sic) and Polly and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my grand-daughter Virginia Bradley, eldest daughter of my daughter Elizabeth, a Negro girl named Anna and her future increase to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Rebecca Marston, the following slaves to wit: Mahala and son William, Carter, Old John, Eliza, Chrishanna, and Barnett and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Ann Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Sally, George, Oliver, Washington, Nancy, Ianetta and Mary and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever. I also give to my said daughter my carriage and harness in fee simple, but my son Littleberry is to have the use of it until she arrives to age or marries.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son James Eppes, the following lands adjoining the tract I reside on purchased of Littleberry Bradley containing one hundred and forty acres, a tract purchased of Richard W. Ragland containing fifty acres and that portion of lands purchased by me from Edward Roper’s estate which lies on the west side of a line to be laid off from the main road, commencing where the fence now meets the road, and running south to Robert Hubbard’s Corner to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son the following slaves to wit: Rico, Randolph, Minerva, Betsy and son John and my sorrel mare and sorrel coult (sic) two years old, my new saddle and bridle and one bed and furniture, all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Robert P. Eppes the plantation on which I now live called and known by the name of Spring Field, the tract devised to my son James now considered part of my home tract is of course excepted. I also give and devise to my said son Robert that portion of Roper’s tract which lies on the east side of the line described in the devise to my son James: The said lands I give and devise to my son Robert to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son Robert the following slaves to wit: Jerry, Kepup, Adeline, Melvira and Nat and the future increase of the females to him and his heirs forever. I also give my said son in fee simple half dozen silver table spoons, half dozen silver tea spoons and one bed and furniture.

ITEM: It is my will and desire that if either of my said sons James or Robert should die under the age of twenty-one years or before marriage, that the survivor should have the real estate devised to him; and proportion of the personal estate is to equally divided among all my children, and if both should die under that age and unmarried, then all the estate real and personal which I have devised and bequeathed them is to be equally divided among all my children.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to Henry Marston ten barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder, to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my friend James R. Roper two barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give the residue of my estate of every description not heretofore disposed of and all monies that my come into the hands of my executors from any and every source whatever after the payment of debts expenses and legacies to five of my children to wit: Elizabeth Bradley, Rebecca Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James and Robert P. Eppes to be equally divided among them and
their heirs forever. If my son Littleberry thinks proper to live on the plantation which I have devised to my son, Robert P. Eppes (part of paragraph is illegible).

Twenty ninth day of January eighteen Hundred and Thirty Six.

Signed, Sealed, published and declared by John Eppes as and for his last Will and Testament and by his express directive and in his presence we have subscribed our names as witnesses.

Flemming H Bate     Jno. Eppes (Seal)
John Slaton
Thomas Bradley
Warren Southall

At a court held for Charles City County at the Courthouse on Thursday the 18th
day of February 1836.

This will was produced in court proved by the oaths of Flemming H. Bate and Thomas Bradley, Witnesses to the same and ordered to be recorded.

     Teste: Ro: W. Christian
     Court Clerk


Littleberry Eppes died in 1844 at Charles City County, Virginia.

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Father*John Eppes d. bt Jan 1836 - Feb 1836
Mother*Elizabeth Carter b. c 1780



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Citations

  1. [S2] John Eppes will (18 Feb 1836), John Eppes Will, Charles City County, Charles City County, Virginia. Hereinafter cited as John Eppes Will.

Helen (?)

F, #394
Last Edited4 Feb 2008
Helen (?) was born.

Helen (?) married George Doole.

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George Doole

M, #395
Last Edited4 Feb 2008
George Doole married Helen (?) George Doole was born.

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George Phillips

M, #396
Last Edited25 Feb 2008
George Phillips married Nancy Humphreys, daughter of Russell Lowell Humphreys and Mary Estelle Wray.

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Elizabeth Eppes1

F, #397, b. 23 March 1812
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
Relationship3rd great-grandaunt of Constance Murray Chappell
Elizabeth Eppes was born on 23 March 1812. She is the daughter of John Eppes and Elizabeth Carter.

Elizabeth Eppes married (Male) Bradley. Her married name was Bradley.

John Eppes left a will on 18 February 1836 at Charles City County, Virginia, and mentioned Elizabeth Carter, John C. Eppes, Littleberry Eppes, Elizabeth Bradley, Virginia Bradley, Rebecca Eppes Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James Eppes, Robert P. Eppes and Henry Marston and gave her 2 slaves. John Eppes's will read as follows:

Last Will and Testament of John Eppes
29 January 1836 - Charles City County, VA
Proved and Recorded on 18 February 1836
Page 1

In the name of God, Amen; I, John Eppes of the County of Charles City and State of Virginia, do hereby declare this to be my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills made by me in appearance and form following to wit. Imprimus, I direct my Executors herein after named to pay all my just debts and funeral expenses as speedily after my decease as practicable.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my wife Francis Eppes, to her and her heirs forever all the estate real personal and mixed which I received on my intermarriage with her in right of my said wife; and I direct my Executors to leave the same under her exclusive control without any the least interference on their part; and that there may be no misunderstanding as to the slaves which I received in right of my said wife, I herein recite their names as follows: Silvy, Kipsy, Maria, Dolly, Hannah, Jane, Carcy, Erasmus, Julius, Wilson, Susan and Deck. I also give to my said wife One Hundred Dollars ($100) in cash to her and her heirs forever; and I loan to her for and during the term of her natural life my gigg and harness and my sorrel horse.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son John C. Eppes a tract or parcel of land be the same more or less on the South side of the road leading to the Long Bridge containing by estimation one hundred and twenty five acres and bounded as follows. Commencing at a small walnut tree near the old gate, and running a straight course to a persimmon, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch to the spring, from the spring a south east course and down a small branch which empties into the Edna Mill (Illegible word) to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my said son the following slaves to wit: Susan, Sam, Milly, William and Burwell, and the future increase of the females, also any now in his possession. Children of the said Sally and Milly which I have not named because I do not know or recollect their names - all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Littleberry Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Moses, Davy, Killy, wife of Davy, Maria and her three children, Emeline, Killy and Cresa, also Sam and Daniel together with the future increase of the females, also my black mare all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Bradley, the following slaves to wit: Siller (sic) and Polly and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my grand-daughter Virginia Bradley, eldest daughter of my daughter Elizabeth, a Negro girl named Anna and her future increase to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Rebecca Marston, the following slaves to wit: Mahala and son William, Carter, Old John, Eliza, Chrishanna, and Barnett and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Ann Eppes, the following slaves to wit: Sally, George, Oliver, Washington, Nancy, Ianetta and Mary and the future increase of the females to her and her heirs forever. I also give to my said daughter my carriage and harness in fee simple, but my son Littleberry is to have the use of it until she arrives to age or marries.

ITEM: I give and devise to my son James Eppes, the following lands adjoining the tract I reside on purchased of Littleberry Bradley containing one hundred and forty acres, a tract purchased of Richard W. Ragland containing fifty acres and that portion of lands purchased by me from Edward Roper’s estate which lies on the west side of a line to be laid off from the main road, commencing where the fence now meets the road, and running south to Robert Hubbard’s Corner to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son the following slaves to wit: Rico, Randolph, Minerva, Betsy and son John and my sorrel mare and sorrel coult (sic) two years old, my new saddle and bridle and one bed and furniture, all to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son Robert P. Eppes the plantation on which I now live called and known by the name of Spring Field, the tract devised to my son James now considered part of my home tract is of course excepted. I also give and devise to my said son Robert that portion of Roper’s tract which lies on the east side of the line described in the devise to my son James: The said lands I give and devise to my son Robert to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my son Robert the following slaves to wit: Jerry, Kepup, Adeline, Melvira and Nat and the future increase of the females to him and his heirs forever. I also give my said son in fee simple half dozen silver table spoons, half dozen silver tea spoons and one bed and furniture.

ITEM: It is my will and desire that if either of my said sons James or Robert should die under the age of twenty-one years or before marriage, that the survivor should have the real estate devised to him; and proportion of the personal estate is to equally divided among all my children, and if both should die under that age and unmarried, then all the estate real and personal which I have devised and bequeathed them is to be equally divided among all my children.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to Henry Marston ten barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder, to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my friend James R. Roper two barrels of corn and one stack of blade fodder to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give the residue of my estate of every description not heretofore disposed of and all monies that my come into the hands of my executors from any and every source whatever after the payment of debts expenses and legacies to five of my children to wit: Elizabeth Bradley, Rebecca Marston, Mary Ann Eppes, James and Robert P. Eppes to be equally divided among them and
their heirs forever. If my son Littleberry thinks proper to live on the plantation which I have devised to my son, Robert P. Eppes (part of paragraph is illegible).

Twenty ninth day of January eighteen Hundred and Thirty Six.

Signed, Sealed, published and declared by John Eppes as and for his last Will and Testament and by his express directive and in his presence we have subscribed our names as witnesses.

Flemming H Bate     Jno. Eppes (Seal)
John Slaton
Thomas Bradley
Warren Southall

At a court held for Charles City County at the Courthouse on Thursday the 18th
day of February 1836.

This will was produced in court proved by the oaths of Flemming H. Bate and Thomas Bradley, Witnesses to the same and ordered to be recorded.

     Teste: Ro: W. Christian
     Court Clerk

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Father*John Eppes d. bt Jan 1836 - Feb 1836
Mother*Elizabeth Carter b. c 1780

Child of Elizabeth Eppes and (Male) Bradley




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Citations

  1. [S2] John Eppes will (18 Feb 1836), John Eppes Will, Charles City County, Charles City County, Virginia. Hereinafter cited as John Eppes Will.

Mary Alexander Humphreys

F, #398
Last Edited25 Feb 2008
Mary Alexander Humphreys was born. She is the daughter of Russell Lowell Humphreys and Mary Estelle Wray.

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Father*Russell Lowell Humphreys b. 13 Jan 1917, d. 16 Nov 1990
Mother*Mary Estelle Wray b. 21 Nov 1923, d. 22 Aug 2002



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C. S. Gatling

M, #399, b. 9 November 1917
Last Edited5 Mar 2008
C. S. Gatling was born on 9 November 1917. He is the son of J. P. Gatling Sr. and Nannie Curtie Martin.

C. S. Gatling married Margaret Marie Chappell, daughter of Willie Ambler Chappell Sr. and Ocie Dillard Poole, on 10 October 1939 at Jarratt, Greensville County, Virginia. He was 21 at the time. C. S. Gatling and Margaret Marie Chappell were divorced in October 1970 at Virginia.

His wife, Margaret Marie Chappell Topping, was buried on 28 February 2005 in Parklawn Memorial Park Cemetery at 2551 N Armistead Ave, Hampton, Virginia, aged 84.1,2

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Father*J. P. Gatling Sr.
Mother*Nannie Curtie Martin

Children of C. S. Gatling and Margaret Marie Chappell




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Citations

  1. [S106] Find A Grave Dot Com, online www.findagrave.com, Topping, Margaret Marie Chappell. Born: Dec 28, 1920. Died: Feb 24, 2005. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  2. [S273] Margaret Marie Chappell Topping Obituary, Daily Press, Newport News, VA, 27 Feb 2005, page B-6. Hereinafter cited as Margaret Marie Chappell Topping Obituary.

James R. Topping

M, #400, d. before 2005
Last Edited31 May 2009
James R. Topping was born. He was the son of Parker Bennet Topping Sr and Hattie Sue Carpenter.

James R. Topping married an unknown person.

James R. Topping married Margaret Marie Chappell, daughter of Willie Ambler Chappell Sr. and Ocie Dillard Poole, in 1971.

Research Notes: Found a James Topping in the SSDI. Died 1985 in Hampton, Va.


James R. Topping died before 2005. James was survived by his wife, Margaret Marie Chappell, and his son, Donald Wayne Topping.

He was listed in the obituary of Margaret Marie Chappell on 27 February 2005 as preceding her in death at Newport News, Virginia. He was listed as her husband, James R. "Pete" Topping.1

Margaret Marie Chappell's obituary read:
Margaret Marie Chappell Topping, 84, died Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005. A native of Jarratt, Va., she had been a Hampton resident for the last 50 years where she was a member of First United Methodist Church, downtown.

Marge graduated from Ferrum College and The College of William and Mary. She operated the first special education classes out of the basement of First United Methodist Church. She became a special educator at the ARC of the Peninsula, the Sarah Bonwell Hudgins Center. Instead of retiring, her devotion to special needs citizens caused her to remain with the ARC as a social worker with the Infant/Parent Education Center. Marge was a leader among advocates for the rights of special needs children and adults, she was the Director of Camp Parkitan and ran Camp Rainbow. She was always very active in the Methodist Church.

Preceded in death by her husband, James R. "Pete" Topping, survivors include her daughter, Rebecca Lynn Gatling; her son, Donald "Donnie Boy" Topping; her brother-in-law, Harold Topping; three brothers, George R. Chappell, Willie A. "Bill" Chappell Jr. and Gene P. Chappell. She will also be greatly missed by seven nieces, Carol, Deborah, Karen, Lisa, Lydia, Mary and Paula; two nephews, David and Jamie; and three grandchildren, Kristi, Frank and Brianna.

The family will receive friends from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Sunday at R. Hayden Smith Funeral Home. A funeral service will be conducted at 1 p.m. Monday, Feb. 28, at First United Methodist Church by the Rev. L. Stanley Wright Jr. and the Rev. William R. Kyle Jr. Interment will follow in Parklawn Memorial Park, after which, everyone is invited to join the family for a reception in the church fellowship hall.

Memorials may be made to The Rebecca Lynn Gatling Trust, 245 S. Armistead Ave., Hampton, VA 23669.
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His wife, Margaret Marie Chappell Topping, was buried on 28 February 2005 in Parklawn Memorial Park Cemetery at 2551 N Armistead Ave, Hampton, Virginia, aged 84.2,1

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Father*Parker Bennet Topping Sr
Mother*Hattie Sue Carpenter

Child of James R. Topping




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Citations

  1. [S273] Margaret Marie Chappell Topping Obituary, Daily Press, Newport News, VA, 27 Feb 2005, page B-6. Hereinafter cited as Margaret Marie Chappell Topping Obituary.
  2. [S106] Find A Grave Dot Com, online www.findagrave.com, Topping, Margaret Marie Chappell. Born: Dec 28, 1920. Died: Feb 24, 2005. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.