Notes for Ann Foster Williamson: Will: Of "Richard Foster", Dated 31 July 1650, Virginia, On The Elizabeth River, Unto Sarah Williams(on), -Under 16-, Unto John Carraway, The Said Sarah Her Father In Law---In Case Sarah Williams(on) Should Dye Before Shee Comes At Age To Recieve Them, That They Shall Be Dived Amongest The Rest Of The Children Of Roger Williams, John Carraway, Roger Carraway, William Carraway, Lower Norfork Co, Princess Ann Co, Virginia. Wittnesed By: Simond Hancocke.
Vol 1, Page 13, Deed Of Gift, 17 April 1652. Symond Hancock Gives His God-Son John Williams A Cow Calf In This Manner. The First Calf It Brings For Use Of Said John Williams, The Third Calf To Be For Use Of "Elizabeth Carraway". If John Williams Die Before 21 The Cattle To Elizabeth Carraway. If She Die Before Coming Of Age The Cattle "To John Carraway His Second Or Third Childe And For The Better Looking After These Cattle It Is My Desire That The Father Or Mother Shall Have The Male Increase, And This To Be Recorded As A Free "Gifte". Signed The Marke Of X Symon Hancock. Witt: William Moseley, John Pigott. For Ann (Foster) (Williamson) Carraway
Will: Dated 13 June 1689, Proven 15 Nov. 1692, "Ann Carraway" Mentions Dau's Mary Lovet, Elizabeth Nichols & Son's Bartholomy Williamson, John Carraway 2, Richard Williamson, Witt: Lancaster Lovet, Norfork Co, Virginia.
"Genealogies Of Virginia Families, Vol: 3. "Original Lists Of Persons Of Quality"
Pg 18 "Joan Carraway", 24 Oct. 1635, Aboard The Constance,Clement Compion M" Bound To Virginia From Yo Port Of London. "Joan" Age 22, Virginia 1635. "John Carraway, "Virginia, "Roger Carraway", America, "William Carraway," Nevis. John, William & Roger Carraway About 1675-80.
Will: Of Ann 13 June 1689, Proven 15 Nov. 1692, Lower Norfork Co, Virginia. Mentions: Dau's Mary Lovett, Elizabeth Nichols, Sons: Bartholony Williamson, John Caraway 2, Richard Williamson.
"Will:" Dated 17 Oct. 1663, Of "John Sidney" States "Ann Carraway" About The Age Of "43." Virginia Families, Vol: 3. John Carraway, William Carraway and Roger Carraway About 1675-80. Wittnesed By: Simond Hancocke.
"From Boddie, Vol: Vi, Page 27. On 17 Nov. 1666, Ann Carraway Sued George Fowler For A Cow Killed By His Family And Fowler Was Ordered To Deliver A Cow And Calf. (Do.)
"From The "Virginia Genealogist" Page 315 & 84 "Carraway-Foster-Williams(On) And Bartholomew Hoskins" By 24 March 1662/3 Bartholomew Had Moved To "Currituck, N.C., From Which He Continued To Dispose Of His "Virginia" Property Until As Late As 3 July 1667, When He Sold A Negro Man To John Carraway, Sr., Husband Of His Step-Daughter Anne (Foster) (Williamson) Carraway. It Has Been Stated That Bartholomew Was Succeeded By His Step-Son Major Richard Foster Alias Hoskins. We Have Yet To Find Any Evidence That Bartholomew Hoskins Had Any Surviving Children.
Will: "John Carraway" (Admin. 1669 Granted To Widow Anne) ; She M. 3rd Thomas Haynes (Mb 2, Pg. 237).
May be buried in Lynnhaven Parish Church Cemetery.
Ann was married to Roger Williams or Williamson before she married John Carraway and had four children by him. Ann's will in Abstract of Norfolk County Wills by McIntosh p. 139-140.
Ann Williamson before she married John Carraway is in Virginia Colonial Abstracts by Beverly Fleet.
She had been previously married to Roger Williams, who name is sometimes written as Williamson. She had children by her first marriage as noted in the following:
From: Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Lower Norfolk County, 1641-1654: On page 434: "25 Oct. 1652 p.23 On petition of John Carraway, he to have half of male increase of cow given by Richard Wester (or Woster) (Foster) to the orphan of Roger Williams, now in possession of sd Carraway who married the relict of Williams. Carraway to bring a/c of the cattle to court." On page 465: " p.6. John Carraway who married the relict of Roger Williams, dec’d, ordered to take into his custody all cattle belonging to the orphans of said Williams until next Orphan’s Court."
More About Ann Foster Williamson: Burial: Unknown, Lower Norfolk Co. Va.. Occupation: Housewife & Mother.
More About Ann Foster Williamson and John Caraway, 1: Marriage: Bef. 31 July 1650, Lower Norfolk Co. Va.
Children of Ann Foster Williamson and John Caraway, 1 are:
+John Caraway, 2, b. Abt 1653, Lower Norfork County, VA, d. Bef. 25 January 1726/27, Lynnhaven Parish, VA.