James Sr. Wyche (son of Henry Jr. Wyche and Frances) was born Bef. 1714 in Surry County, Virginia, and died 20 Jun 1749 in Albemarle Parish, Surry County, Virginia (now Sussex Co.). He married Elizabeth.
Notes for James Sr. Wyche: James WYCHE was born before 1714 in Surry County, VA. James was mentioned in his father's will. He signed a will on 24 Feb 1748 in Surry County, VA. His will, made February 24, 1748, was probated June 20, 1749. To daughter, Amy Jackson, her husband, Ambrose, one negro for life, then to her heirs. To my daughter, Tabitha Lucas, one lamb. To my eldest son, James, the lower part part of my land at Flagg Gutt...below Great Island to John Tharp's path. To daughter, Martha Bridges one ewe lamb. To daughter Elizabeth Johnson, one negro. To my youngest son, Nathaniel Wyche, the remainder of the land and two negoes. To daughter, Sarah, one ewe. To daughter, Ann, a negro. To daughter, Frances, one ewe, negro, etc. To daughter Rebecca, one negro. To wife Elizabeth, the remainder of the estate. Son, James and Nathaniel Wyche. Witnesses were James (F)Terrell and William Pettaway. (Recorded in Will Book 8, page 196.) The inventory of James' estate was recorded in Surry County on May, 15, 1750. Appraisers were: Joseph Thorp, Major Tillar, and Samuel Alsobroo. He died before 20 Jun 1749 in Surry County, VA. James lived in Albemarle Parish, Surry County, Virginia; this area became Sussex County in 1753.
1740 - On July 16, 1740, Thomas Cowan of Bartie Precinct, North Carolina appointed Howel Brewer of Brunswick County, Virginia as his attorney to represent him over some cattle he had raised for James Wyche. Witnesses were: William (x) Brewer and James (x) Wise.
1745 - Indenture made the 2nd day of May, 1745, between James Wyche and Elizabeth, his wife, of Surry County, and Charles Collier of Brunswick County, for 20 pounds, conveying 150 acres on South side of Maherrin River on Beaverpond Creek. Names of the witnesses were not given. Acknowledged in Court on May 2, 1745, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by James Wyche and Elizabeth his wife, previous to which the said Elizabeth was privily examined. Brunswick County, Deed Book 3, page 20.
Indenture made the 2nd day of March, 1749, between Charles Williams and Nathaniel 1749 - Edwards, for 50 pounds, conveying 250 acres on Otterdam Swamp. Witnesses were Richard Ledbetter, William Ledbetter and James Wyche. Presented to Court on March 27, 1750. Brunswick County, Deed Book 4, page 9.
1749 - Indenture made the 2nd day of March, 1749, between Charles Williams and Nathaniel Edwards, for 50 pounds, conveying 250 acres on Otterdam Swamp. Witnesses were Richard Ledbetter, William Ledbetter and James Wyche. Presented to Court on March 27, 1750. Brunswick County, Deed Book 4, page 9.