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View Tree for William ThompsonWilliam Thompson (b. Abt. 1657, d. Aft. December 20, 1731)

William Thompson (son of William H.C. Thompson and Katherine Treat) was born Abt. 1657 in Mystic, New London County, Connecticut, and died Aft. December 20, 1731 in Albemarle Parish, Surry Co. Virginia. He married Martha Mosley, daughter of Col. William Mosley Jr. and Hannah Hawkins.

 Includes NotesNotes for William Thompson:
William Thompson III, received a plantation from his brother John in
1698, and he also received property from brother Samuel. William and
Martha lived in Souithwark Parish on Gray's Creek at Surry VA. William
was the only son of Rev William and Catherine Treat to leave children.
His will was dated 12-20-1731 and proved 10-18-1732

William was the only son of Wm Thompson and Catherene Treat to have children

William3 Thompson (William2, Rev. William1) was born 1657 in Connecticut, and died Aft. 20 December 1731 in Surry Co., VA. He married Martha Moseley Abt. 1680 in Essex Co., VA, daughter of William Moseley and Hannah Hawkins.
Notes for William Thompson:
His will is in fragments but does mention his son, Samuel Thompson. . . daughter, Katherine. . .daughter Hannah Thompson, 100 acres of land on Deep Branch, To son, John, 10 acres, after the decease of his mother. To grandchildren, Samuel and Mary Thompson, the rest of my estate. To son, John the pistols and gun given him by Wm. Mosely. Makes wife, Martha, Exer. Made 20 Dec. 1731. Probate.: 18 Oct, 1732. Wit: Jane Regan, Mary Mastin, Mary Regan. Book 8, p 240.
One abstracter spells Jane Riggan.
He gave his age on 5 March 1673/4 as sixteen years of age and gave testimony concerning damage to his father's tobacco. ( Surry Bk 2, p 46 abstracted by Davis on p 124] Some evidence exists that in the Will of his brother John, made in England shortly before his death, John left 100 pounds sterling to him when 21. He did have grandchildren when he died since they are clearly stated in the existing fragment of his will.
Surry Co., VA., D & W 1715-1730 p. 393 26 Feb 1721/2 William Thompson and Martha, his wife, deed of gift to their son Samuel Thompson of 150 acres between the Devil's Woodyard Swamp and Smith's Fort and facing Gray's Creek; 200 acres formerly John Twy's and lately escheated by Samuel Thompson, decd.; 200 acres on Cattail Meadow, being only an entry of land and 6 negroes, John, Mary, William, Katherine, Thomas, and Mingo; all having been left to Samuel Thompson by Samuel Thompson, decd.
p 395, 28 April 1722, William Thompson to William Gray 593 acres on which William Thompson lives, inherited from his brother John Thompson.
p 405, 16 July 1722, William Thompson to Walter Bailey 320 acres on the south side of Blackwater Swamp, part of a patent to James Stanton 13 Nov 1713; Martha Thompson also signed the deed.
p 416, 30 April 1722 William Thompson to William Gray mortgage of 6 negro slaves for 71 pounds current money.
p 456, 30 April 1722, same mortgage, receipted by William Gray 17 July 1723.
Children of William Thompson and Martha Moseley are:
+ 36 i. John4 Thompson, died 1755 in Surry Co., VA.
37 ii. Katherine Thompson. She married Joseph King.
38 iii. Hannah Thompson.
+ 39 iv. Samuel Thompson, born 1686; died Aft. 1751 in Surry Co., VA.
+ 40 v. William Thompson, born Abt. 1697; died 1752 in Surry Co., VA


Name: **William (III) THOMPSON
Sex: M
Birth: 1656 in Mystic, New London County, Connecticut
Death: 1732 in Albemarle Parish, Surry County, Virginia

Father: **William H. C. (II) THOMPSON b: 1628 in Winwich, Lancashire County, England
Mother: Katherine TREAT b: 29 JUN 1637 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut

Marriage 1 Martha SUMMERVILLE
Married: ABT 1685 in Westmoreland, Virginia

Marriage 2 Martha MOSELEY b: 1675 in Essex County, Virginia
Married: 10 AUG 1708
Children
John THOMPSON b: BET 1694 AND 1719 in Albemarle Parish, Surry County, Virginia
Katherine THOMPSON b: 1696 in Albemarle Parish, Surry County, Virginia
Samuel THOMPSON b: 1700 in Rappahannock County, Virginia
Hannah THOMPSON b: BET 1713 AND 1732
**William (IV) THOMPSON b: 1693 in Prince, George County, Virginia


Children of William Thompson and Martha Mosley are:
  1. +William Thompson, b. Bet. 1693 - 1697, Surry Co. Virginia, d. 1752, Alberamle Parish, Surry Co., Virginia.
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