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  • ID: I9052
  • _UID: B67F0488B04A4385836515606B1CD06BA2EE
  • Name: Edith Wadlow
  • Sex: F
  • Death: AFT 1796
  • Note:

    Edith's maiden name is proven by this deed. The sale of the land had restrictions placed on it by the will of William Hatcher, namely that his (apparent) granddaughters had to receive some payment from said sale. William Hatcher's (apparent) daughter, Martha, was married to Thomas Wadlow. This site has a good summary of the Wadlow family (and it is mentioned that Martha was reportedly a Hatcher...this deed seems to prove that, too!) http://www.planetmurphy.org/content/body/WadlowThomas.htm

    Henrico Co. Deed Bk 1750-1767, p. 937, 11 January 1765 John Randolph of Curles, son of Thomas Randolph, to Robert Pleasants, both of Henrico County, for 550 pounds, 50 acres near the mouth of Four Mile Creek, being the same land whereon William Hatcher, deceased, did dwell and by his last will and testament gave to the said John Randolph on certain conditions. [Bond for 1,000 pounds from John Randolph to Robert Pleasants dated 11 February 1765 appended, confirming that Randolph pursuant to the said will will pay Edith Turpin, Elizabeth Hix, Sarah Wadlow and Susannah Wadlow each 50 pounds.]
    Wit: Richard Randolph, Rolfe Eldridge, R.K. Meade, Thomas Eldridge, Richard Baugh, Bolling Eldridge, Ryland Randolph
    Signed: John Randolph
    Recorded 3 June 1765

    Halifax Co., VA, Will Bk 3, p. 96, Will of Michael Turpin of H, very sick and weak of body but of perfect mind,

    To my wife Edith--all my stock and my household furniture and the land which lies the other side of the creek, during her natural life, and then to descend to my sons John and James. I also give my wife the mill and half the profit (the other half to son Obediah Turpin).

    To my son Obediah Turpin--the remainder of the land. If the rent of the land does not pay for the land at the end of 4 years, then each of the boys before mentioned to pay equally what is due.

    Executors: sons Obediah, John and James.
    Signed--Michael (+his mark) Turpin. Wit--Allen Whitehead, Benjamin Clements, Josiah (+his mark) Shelton. The will of Michael Turpin dec'd was OR at H Court of Jan. 27, 1794.

    Halifax Co., VA, Deed Bk 16, p. 713, Sep 26, 1796 from John Turpin of H, to James Powell of H, for 75 lbs, all that tract of land left him by his decd father's will, on Sandy Cr & Banister [River], which said land is now in the actual possession of his mother, [Edith] Turpin, and so to remain during her natural life, as will appear by the will of her decd husband, Miles Turpin. But after the death of the sd Edith, sd land to belong to me. I therefore sell all my right to the land willed to me by Miles Turpin my decd father, to James Powell. Signed John Turpin. Wit: none. Recorded Sep 26, 1796.
  • Change Date: 13 FEB 2014



    Father: Thomas Wadlow
    Mother: Martha Hatcher

    Marriage 1 Michael Miles Turpin
    • Married: BEF 1765 in VA
    Children
    1. Has No Children James Turpin
    2. Has Children John Turpin
    3. Has No Children Obediah Turpin
    4. Has No Children Mary "Polly" Turpin
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