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View Tree for Elizabeth TullyElizabeth Tully (b. Abt. 1640, d. date unknown)

Elizabeth Tully679 was born Abt. 1640 in maybe, of Barbados/VA680, and died date unknown. She married William Robinson on 1657, son of William Robinson and Elizabeth.

 Includes NotesNotes for Elizabeth Tully:
Biography of Elizabeth Tully (2) Robinson
Mother of Col. Tully (3) Robinson, Elizabeth (3) Robinson Smith & Mary (3) Robinson Thorowgood
Wife to Captain William (2) Robinson
Sister to Mary Tully Emperour


Elizabeth Tully was born about 1638 and died about 1668. She was the sister of Mary (Tully) Emperour. Mary Emperour was wife of Captain Francis Emperour, prominent mariner and well-known Quaker evangelist. Both Mary and Elizabeth named their oldest sons Tully. We believe the Tully family lived on Eastern Shore and had previously lived in British West Indies or Barbados before coming to Virginia. Sarah Emperour (believed to be the daughter of Mary Emperor) witnessed the will of Captain William (2) Robinson dated 1695.

Elizabeth Tully Robinson is said to have been alive on December 3, 1667 (Elizabeth was not named in her mother-in-law?s will by name, but did receive a legacy of one black gown and other items. In presenting the will to the Northampton County Court on June 29, 2668 Mary Robinson?s son-in-law John Custis and Alisia Custis attested that Elizabeth Tully (2) Robinson had in fact predeceased her mother-in-law and it was the wish of Elizabeth Robinson that the said legacy directed to Elizabeth Tully (2) Robinson should belong to her daughter Anne (1) Robinson instead. Will of Elizabeth (of Shadwell) Robinson dated December 3, 1667 published in Northampton County, VA Deeds, Wills & C No. 7, 8 1655-1668 at page 26.)--and known to be deceased by June 29, 1668--27 years before the death of her husband Capt. William Robinson (Abstract of Will of Mary Emperour dated July 3, 1676 and recorded in A Brief Abstract of Lower Norfolk County and Norfolk County Wills, 1637-1710 by Charles Fleming (1914: MacIntosh) at page 48. Mary Emperour made no mention of her sister in her will but did provide a legacy to her cousins (the three children of Elizabeth Tully (3) Robinson) Tully, Elizabeth & Mary Robinson). Whether she and any other Robinson children of this generation were victims of the ?The Great Hurricane of 1667? is an unknown fact worthy of more research.[moseley13.ged]

!1913 Va Mag of Hist & Biog 21: 417-420 and 23: 438-440 by G.A. Moriarty.
!Aunt of Mrs. Emperor 1676 VA.
!Kellam, sadie Scott prof Gen "SMYTH (Smith) of Lynnhaven Parish, Lower Norfolk
Co, Virginia" Aug 1959 prof. gen report:
page 2 mentions princess anne co VA Deed Bk 1: 30 proved 4 nov 1695, will
written 13 dec 1693 possibly written barbados, maybe in VA, will of
elizabeth horbin of island of barbados. to loving cousin frances emperour,
and to mr. frances emperour, son of frances emperour and sarah his wife--which
frances son of frances was not 16 and not married. to loving friehnd and
kinsman tully robinson, loving cousin mrs sarah emperor wife of frances
emperour...executrix. witnesses wm robinson, geo smith, tully robinson, frances
cheetan, ben roberts.
SADIE SCOTT KELLAM NOTES THAT LOVING COUSIN COULD OFTEN MEAN NIECE OR NEPHEW
IN THOSE OLDEN DAYS;
!Kellam, sadie Scott prof Gen "SMYTH (Smith) of Lynnhaven Parish, Lower Norfolk
Co, Virginia" Aug 1959 prof. gen report:
page 2 SAYS above lower norfolk book 4: folio 12 DOES list francis as son
--sons tully, wm and francis, daughter elizabeth whose dtr was mary phillips.
alwso mentions loving cousins tully, Elizabeth, and mary robinson:
SADIE SCOTT KELLAM NOTES THAT LOVING COUSIN COULD OFTEN MEAN NIECE OR NEPHEW
IN THOSE OLDEN DAYS;
!sources:
probably elizabeth Horbin was a closer cousin of the mary tully wife of
francis emperour , but we sought an "arm's length" compilation
so as not to assert something later shown clearly wrong;[robinson.ged]

Biography of Elizabeth Tully (2) Robinson
'Mother of Col. Tully (3) Robinson, Elizabeth (3) Robinson Smith & Mary (3) Robinson Thorowg ood
'Wife to Captain William (2) Robinson
'Sister to Mary Tully Emperour


Elizabeth Tully was born about 1638 and died about 1668. She was the sister of Mary (Tully ) Emperour. Mary Emperour was wife of Captain Francis Emperour, prominent mariner and well-k nown Quaker evangelist. Both Mary and Elizabeth named their oldest sons Tully. We believe t he Tully family lived on Eastern Shore and had previously lived in British West Indies or Bar bados before coming to Virginia. Sarah Emperour (believed to be the daughter of Mary Emperor ) witnessed the will of Captain William (2) Robinson dated 1695.

Elizabeth Tully Robinson is said to have been alive on December 3, 1667 (Elizabeth was not na med in her mother-in-laws will by name, but did receive a legacy of one black gown and othe r items. In presenting the will to the Northampton County Court on June 29, 2668 Mary Robins ons son-in-law John Custis and Alisia Custis attested that Elizabeth Tully (2) Robinson ha d in fact predeceased her mother-in-law and it was the wish of Elizabeth Robinson that the sa id legacy directed to Elizabeth Tully (2) Robinson should belong to her daughter Anne (1) Rob inson instead. Will of Elizabeth (of Shadwell) Robinson dated December 3, 1667 published i n Northampton County, VA Deeds, Wills & C No. 7, 8 1655-1668 at page 26.)--and known to be de ceased by June 29, 1668--27 years before the death of her husband Capt. William Robinson (Abs tract of Will of Mary Emperour dated July 3, 1676 and recorded in A Brief Abstract of Lower N orfolk County and Norfolk County Wills, 1637-1710 by Charles Fleming (1914: MacIntosh) at pag e 48. Mary Emperour made no mention of her sister in her will but did provide a legacy to he r cousins (the three children of Elizabeth Tully (3) Robinson) Tully, Elizabeth & Mary Robins on). Whether she and any other Robinson children of this generation were victims of the Th e Great Hurricane of 1667 is an unknown fact worthy of more research.

More About Elizabeth Tully:
Record Change: 28 Aug 2003681

More About Elizabeth Tully and William Robinson:
Marriage 1: 1657
Marriage 2: ,,,pure?speculation.682
Marriage 3: Abt. 1657, Lower Norfolk Co, VA.683

Children of Elizabeth Tully and William Robinson are:
  1. +Tully Robinson, b. 31 Aug 1658, Lower Norfolk Co., VA, d. 1723684.
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