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Bill Deyo is the tribal historian of the Patawomeck tribe. Thomas Pettus was 40 years old when he came to Virginia. THOMAS PETTUS, of "Littleton", the Councilo r of 1641-1660. Cary, being a descendant and a very skillful genealogist, was probably ri ght.The researcher first learned of the Pocahontas connection from the historian of another tribe a few weeks before coming upon Deyo's posting. Research in 2012 led him to conclude that the line of descent from Thomas Pettus, immigrant, and his second wife Elizabeth Durrent, ended with the death of his only known grandchild, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Pettus II and (? He suspects that TP II was married twice and that his second wife, Mourning Burgh, was not Elizabeth's mother. (1921): Andrew Meade of Ireland and Virginia, pp .142-143, 152. And this settles two points; first that ANNE OVERTON'S husband was agrandson of COLN.For example, Thomas held a large tract of land in what is now Stafford County, Virginia.According to tribal historians, his land adjoined a tract held by Chief Wahaganoche and another by his daughter Christian Pettus who married John Martin.An online query by a tribal historian regarding the identity of Christian Pettus's father led this source to do some last-minute research. And very probably sons Stephen ("the first Stephen") and John of Rapahannock and New Kent. His will, 1729, names daughter Mary Pettus, and grandson Dabney Pettus, son of Stephen Pettus." In 1720 Hanover was set off from New Kent. He may have gone to Jefferson Co., which became the state of Kentucky. And this settles two points; first that ANNE OVERTON'S husband was a grandson of COLN. This is the way our s reads: DABNEY PETTUS, born in Virginia, married Anne Overton of Virginia. William Pettus, Stephen Pettus, Susan Pettus,and Ann Pettus, who married Edmund Eggleston of V a.That research led to the discovery of new evidence that Christian was the daughter of the immigrant Thomas and Ka-Okee, daughter of Pocahontas. Baptized August 23, 1610, served on the Continent with Sir Thomas Dale in the Thirty Years War, and was sent to Virginia by Sir John Pettus of the London Company in command of 40 men. In 1727 Stephen Pettus patented extensively in western Hanover. In 1761 John Pettus deeded "for love" to George Terry, had on his bond Dabney Pettus, son of Stephen. Stephen Pettus, of Hanover's sons, all left Hanover and Louisa. There in 1792 a Stephen Pettus married Elizabeth, daughter of Francis Adams. THOMAS PETTUS, SR., and second that most probably hisname was JOHN, and not Dabney, or possibly he may have had both names, thus JOHN DABNEY PETTUS. John Pettus, son of Dabney, was living in Louisia Co., Va.Christian was the name of Thomas's sister and grandmother (Norwich records). Notes for DABNEY PETTUS: "The Overton Family," Andrew Meade of Ireland and Virginia, p. Anne Pettus, who married Joseph Eggleston, is said to have been adaughter of Dabney, or John Pettus, and his wife, Anne Overton.

The new theory, which is based upon good evidence, both oral and written, has Thomas Pettus, immigrant, marrying Ka-Okee, daughter of Pocahontas and Kocoum, as his first wife about 1631. Also, Thomas and Ka-Okee were the parents of Christian Pettus of Stafford County, Virginia. Was accused and acquitted of withholding tithes in 1674. Thena me Stephen is not found in records of Pettuses of Norwich, Eng. Sir Francis Wyatt, Governor of Virginia, 1621--41, m. of Sir Samuel Sandys, son of Edwin Sandys, Archbishop of York. MEMBER OF GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL 1646-1660 "Cavaliers and Pioneers Calendar of Virginia Land Grants" Book No. Secretary Kemp, NNW upon George Mallen SW upon Gleab land CR. upon the Gleab Land and S E upon a br of Archers Hope Co 250acres by intermarriage with the relict and exec. The "release" was not within it when found and we do not know what price Mr. Wilson Miles Cary, a prominent genealogist of Baltimore, dated July 20th, 1910, he having died since that time, in regard to the Overton family, from which he was descended. It was SAMUEL OVERTON'S daughter ANN OVERTON, who married JOHN PETTUS, grandson of COLN.Deep in the LA night HOPE confronts all the wrong turns she's made since leaving Ohio and ultimately meets the biggest wrong turn of all in her ex-boyfriend WILL, who's determined to win back her love or die trying.The Hanging Tree Lyrics & Music by Keram Malicki-Sánchez (as Keram Malicki-Sanchez) Publisher: Constant Change Music "ASCAP" Joe Ayoub: electric & acoustic basses Ryan Brown: drums, tambourine & shaker Keram Malicki-Sánchez (as Keram Malicki-Sanchez): acoustic guitar, additional vocals Glen Laughlin: electric autoharp, mandolin & electric guitar Daniel Mc Mains: slide guitar Performed by Heather Graham Produced by Keram Malicki-Sánchez (as Keram Malicki-Sanchez), Glen Laughlin Engineer: Eric Reed Roundhouse Recording See more » So I'm perusing the video store looking for an older movie since I wasn't interested in any of the new releases.I don't mean to put all the blame on you, because you relied upon supposedly authoritative sources dating back to the early 20th C.Once I began my own research into the original records around 1970, I quickly discovered that most writers on Pettus genealogy relied upon someone else's work and that the pioneers either did not do the necessary research or else misinterpreted whatever fragmentary records they did find.

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