Tune-Toone-Toon-Northern Neck Virginia Roots & Beyond-Descendants of James Toone, 1620-1676 & related families

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My Tune family is confirmed to be in the Haplogroup R1b1a2a1a1b5a, also known as R-SRY2627(also known as M167). The places of highest frequency for this group are Spain (esp. Catalonia), Western France, Cornwall, and Wales. This represents the Catalano-Gascon subclade of the Italo-Celtic group. I'm happy to share and accept corrections. If you should use any of my information listed here, please credit my database as the source.

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  • ID: I235
  • Name: Ann MNU Dew
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: BET 1630 AND 1640 in possibly England or Virginia
  • Note:
    According to the will of her last husband Dominick Rice, their son Stephen was born sometime between 28 Oct 1678-1683. If you figure that Ann was at the latest age 45 at the time of this last birth, then her birth could have occurred between 1633-1638. First husband Andrew Dew died in early 1661 which using the above birth year range would have made Ann age 23-28 years. She already had two sons, Andrew and Thomas Dew by 1661, so would have married prior to that date. It seems unlikely she was born prior to 1630.

    Possible birth record, but NOT proven.....
    England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
    Name: Ann Duncombe
    Gender: Female
    Baptism/Christening Date: 30 Nov 1634
    Baptism/Christening Place: TINGRITH,BEDFORD,ENGLAND
    Father's Name: Rich. Duncombe
    Mother's Name: MarIndexing Project (Batch) Number:
    P00372-1
    System Origin: England-ODM
    Source Film Number: 599350
    https://familysearch.org
  • Burial: ABT 1686 North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Colony
  • Probate: 03 NOV 1686 North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Colony
  • Will: 08 FEB 1684/85 North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Colony
  • Death: date of probate BEF 03 NOV 1686 in North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Colony
  • Name: Anne Duncombe
  • Note: Anne's maiden name of Duncombe is NOT proved, only inferred from the will of her last husband Dominick Rice's will in which he mentions "wife's niece Jane Duncombe". Current research is being done to establish her maiden name.
  • Note:
    Researching the Duncombe family for the connection to Anne, wife of Andrew Dew, James Toone & Dominick Rice per mention of Anne's neice in the will of her third husband Dominick Rice:
    Rappahannock County Deed &c., No. 6, 1682-1686, pp. 38-42
    Will dtd. 28 Oct 1683; Proved 4 Mar 1684/85
    "To my Wifes neice JANE DUNCOMBE one young heifer Three years Old and her encrease to be allowed her in May next."

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    Events in Ann's life in chronological order..............

    Genealogy of some of the descendants of Thomas Dew Colonial Virginia Pioneer Immigrant, pages 42-43
    Compiled by Ernesting Dew White
    Greenville, South Carolina 1937

    page 42
    22 November 1653
    "On Nov. 22, 1653 Major Andrew Gilson names Andrew Dewe as one of his head-rights. It is probable that Andrew Dew had been visiting his grandparents in England. It is to be noted here that all of the boys or young colonists who returned to England were brought back as head-rights. The Governor granted 50 acres of land for every man brought over to live in the Colony."

    15 December 1660
    ""Andrew Dewe, planter," sold unto Thomas Liddle 200 acres of land on S. E. lower side of Farnham Creek in Northern Neck of Virginia, land which was bought by Henry Wilson and himself from Moore Fauntleroy. Andrew Dewe sold this land on 15th day of Dec. 1660.

    28 April 1661
    Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Records, 1656-1664 [Deeds, Wills, Invs., Etc.], page 185
    On the 28th day of April, Ann Dew appointed Henry Wilson, her friend and her deceased husband's partner in former land transactions, as her attorney to transact a land sale for her. (Ref.: Rappahannock Records, 1656-1664, Page 185. State Archives, Richmond, Va.)"

    ===
    1661
    Andrew Dew, who leased land in Rappahannock County, Virginia, from Clement Herbert, Gent, of said county, 16 December, 1660, for which he "obliged himself to plant an orchard of 300 apple trees upon said land and leave the said land tenable & to plant and seat upon said land by the 10th October next ensuing." He died early in the year 1661, leaving a widow, Ann and two sons, Andrew and Thomas Dew. His widow married, secondly, James Toone, and thirdly, Dominick Rice. In 1683, her son, Andrew Dew, "for love and affection" conveyed to his brother Thomas, the land taken up by " our father Andrew Dew deceased lying in the freshes of Rappahannock and made over to me by deed from my father in Law
    (stepfather) Mr. Dominick Rice."
    Sources:
    Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume 11, page 409, Rappahannock County, Virginia, Orders 1656-1684, page 153; Deeds No. 7, page 91

    Old New Kent County [Virginia]: Some Account of the Planters, Plantations, and Places, Volume 1 - Page 549
    http://books.google.com

    The William and Mary quarterly, 1964, page 190
    http://books.google.com

    The Ancestry of Lucy Gatewood, Wife of Captain Thomas Dew and Mother of Thomas Roderick Dew, Thirteenth President of William and Mary College
    Lenora Higginbotham Sweeny
    The William and Mary Quarterly
    Second Series, Vol. 22, No. 2 (Apr., 1942), pp. 188-192
    Published by: Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture
    Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1925300

    ***************
    Transcription by Frances Tune H.

    Old Rappahannock County, Virginia
    Deeds Etc. No. 3 1663 - 1668, pages 1-2
    12 July 1663

    DEED OF GIFT I

    KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ANN DEW as Administratrx upon the Estate of my Husband Andrew Dew deced for certaine good and valuable conciderations moveing me thereunto doe give and make over unto my Children ANDREW & THOMAS all my Right Title & foure head of Cattle (Vizt) one Pyed Cow of Eight years old being Cropt on both Eares with Slitt in the Right Eare and a piece Cuts slenting away from the left & one Brwone Cow of foure yeare old being cropt on Both eares with one underkeele upon the Right Eare and a hold cut through the left & One black heifer of two year old of the last Expressed marke & one Brown heifer of two &

    Volluntarily give & bestow upon & unto the aforesaid two children not distinguishing of the Cattle at present in relation to either of the Childrens particular Interest in them but the true and playne meaning of this Deed of Writing is that the before enconed Cattle may go on together with all their Increase female Upon both the Childrens Generals Acct. or propriety and the Younge Cattle that increase from them to be markewith their Fathers marke which the last three menconed Catle Beares

    till such time the Children be of age to posses them & then yt: they with their increase be divided in three shares betwixt them in this manner (Vizt) that they be divided in three Severall shares and the Eldest Boy Andrew shall have one third parte and the other boy Thomas shall have two third partes because he hath noe land lef him & if either of the Children should dye before they come of Lawfull age to enjoy the Cattle then the Longer liver of them two shall enjoy all & if they shall both happen to dye before they Be of age Then the catle shall Returne both againe to my selfe or assns: and for the Confirmacon whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and Seale this 12th day of July 1663

    Ann Dew

    Test THO. LIDDEL
    DAVID THOMAS,
    JOHN oy FLOYD

    ***Note by Gloria J. Tune--The above states the children Andrew & Thomas Dew were not yet "of age" in 1663. The father Andrew Dew died circa 1661.....see notes section for Andrew Dew, Sr.

    ====
    29 November 1665
    Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3 - 1663-1668; pages 222-228
    BEE IT KNOWNE UNTO ALL MEN by these presents that I JAMES TOONE wth the consent of ANN my Wife doe assign all the right and title and interrest wthin this specifyed conveyance unto JAMES BIDLECOME his heires or assignes for Ever and this to be accknowledged in open Court upon Demand Wittness our hands this 29th 9br 1665 for a valluable consideracon already received
    Test EDMITNDSCOTT the marke of James Toone
    MILES CORNELIUS the marke of Toone
    Recognit in Cur Corn Rappa primo die Maii 1667
    Source:
    http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id= I32493

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    (Note regarding date of 29th 9br 1665---Double dating was used in colonial British American and Great Britain before 1752 for date occurring between 01 January and 24 March (dates between 1582 and 1752)

    Months ending in "ber" before 1752 may have been written based on the older Julian calendar (for example, December was formerly the tenth month of the year). The following months as number abbreviations will illustrate this situation:
    7ber September
    8ber October
    9ber November
    10ber or Xber December

    Double dating ended in 1752 with the adoption of the Gregorian calendar.
    Source:
    "Reading Early American Handwriting", page 40 By Kip Sperry
    http://books.google.com/books?id=2TZB0WV2ZcIC&q=september#v=snippet&q= september&f=false

    30 April 1667
    Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3 - 1663-1668; pg 222-228
    KNOW ALL. MEN by these presents that I ANN TOONE the wife of JAMES TOONE of the Parrish of Farneham in the County of Rappa Planter doe make constitute ordeyne my friend ROBT BEDWELL to be my true and Lawful! Attorney for me & in my behalfe to accknowledge in open Court all my right & title to two hundred & fifty acres of land lying uppon the Head of Farneham Creeke the said land being given unto my husband JAMES TOONE by the Will of RICHD POWELL. Deceased unto JAMES BIDLECOME Planter of the same pish and County according to conveyance being sold by my Husband as alsoe doe bind me my heires to he conformable & agreable unto wch my said Attorney shall doe in this Cause In wiittness of the truth I have hereunto sett my hand and scale this 30th day of April 1667
    Test EDMUND SCOTT the marke of Ann Toone
    MILES CORNELIUS
    Recordat x die Maii 1667
    http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id= I32493

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    Old Rappahannock County, Virginia, Will Book 2, pages 10-15
    The Virginia Genealogist, Volume 17, 1973 page 84 by John Frederick Dorman, Editor

    29 May 1677; 06 June 1677
    Deed of gift from Anne (Dew) Toone to her children by her first two husbands. It names her sons Andrew Due (Dew), Thomas (Dew), William Toone, Kaster and Mark Toone, and John Toone, daughter Anne Toone, and son-in-law (stepson) James Toone, all of whom were under the age of twenty-one.

    ===
    Virginia County Records, VI
    Rappahannock County Wills.
    Order Book, 1664-1673.
    Name: Anne Toone
    Date: 29 May, 1677
    Date: 6 Jan., 1677
    Comment: relict of James Toone
    Son Andrew Due ; son Thomas Due ; son-in-law James Toone ; daughter Ann Toone ; sons William , Kaster , Mark and John Toone ; witnesses Samuel Griffen , Henry Willson , Edward Giffney , Robert Scott .
    Ancestry.com
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. Virginia County Records, Volume VI [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2002. Original data: Crozier, William Armstrong, ed. . Virginia County Records. Vol. VI. Hasbrouck Heights, NJ, USA: The Genealogical Association, 1909.

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    From Mike Marshall's database "1658-1758 Charles County MD Families "The first 100 years"
    http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id= I74137

    05 February 1684/5
    Old Rappahannock Co Orders - 1683-1685: pg 70
    Rappahannock County Court 5th of February 1684/5
    - Ordered that PAUL WOODBRIDGE, RICHARD JASPER and WM. BROCKENBURROUGH do meet at the House of Mrs. ANN RICE on the 18th Instant to Inventory and appraise the Estate of her deced Husband, Mr. DOMINACK RICE, and the same in writeing under their hands to returne to the next Court held on the North side of this County; Further Mr. SAMLL. PEACHEY is by this Court requested to administer an Oath to the sd Apprisers for their true appraisement of the Estate aforesd. as also to the sd Mrs. ANN RICE to make a true discovery to the best of her knowledge of her deced Husbands Estate
    - Ordered that Mrs. ANN RICE, Relict of Mr. DOMINACK RICE deced, have and take out of the Estate of her deced Husband one bed & furniture thereunto belonging as her parafernalia
    - Ordered that Mrs. ANN RICE be allowed & paid out of the Estate of her deced Husband Mr. DOMINACK RICE one thousand pounds of tobb: & caske it being for his funerall charges

    ******************
    Abstract of this will is located in
    Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia 1656-1692, page 125
    Record Book-Deeds &c., No. 6, 1682-1686
    by William Montgomery Sweeny
    Southern Historical Press
    Reprinted 1998
    ISBN # 0-89308-625-8

    ===
    Transcription of the will of Ann Duncombe Dew Toone Rice by Frances Tune H.

    Old Rappahannock County, Virginia
    Deeds & C, No. 6, pp. 83b & 84a
    08 February 1684/5; 03 November 1686

    In the Name of God Amen. I Ann Rice, widow & relict of Dominick Rice deced being at this present sick in body but of perfect mind and memory do make this my last Will and Testament following.

    Imprimis - I bequeath my Soule to God who gave it hopeing in Jesus Christ my Savior & Redeemer for Eternall Salvation & my body to the Earth from whence it was taken with convenient Christian burial.

    Item - I do make & appoint my Son, Tho: Due to be my sole Executor & do leave all my Children to him during their minority desiring him only to be carefull of them, but in case of mortality of my son, Tho: Dew, the Children to be kept as aforesd by my Son, Andrew Dew & if he should happen to die before the children come to age that then my Son, Wm. Toone to take them in to his custody until they come to age.

    Item - I give unto my Daughter, Ann Toone all my wearing cloths.

    Item - I will & appoint my said Executr: to act & do in all things belonging to me in my husband Dom: Rice's last Will & Testamt: & to see to secure the childrens estate which was formerly given unto them. In Testimony whereof I have hereunto sett my hand & seale this 8th day of February 1684/5.

    A. R. (seal)

    Signed sealed & delivered in the presence of
    Wm. Barber
    Joseph Jefferson
    Samll: Whithead

    I the subscriber did see Mrs. Ann Rice signe seale & publish this as her last Will & Testamt: Wm. Barber

    Probat: p sacram Barber in Cur Com
    Rappa 3 die 9brs Ano Dom 1686 Et Recr
    10 die __ ___ ___ _____ _. _.

    Wm. Colston Clk.

    =====
    07 May 1685
    Old Rappahannock County Records

    Rappahannock Co. VA Order Books (VA Archives; from Charles Gordon 1983 with permission to share with others)
    Estate of DOMINICK RICE settled May 7, 1685; bequests to Thos. Chewning, Richard Lawson, John Bayley, John Adams, Thos. Hill, John Sampson, Thos. Dew, Robt. Clarke, John Beere, Geo.(sic) Toone's orphans, Samuel Travers of Col. William's estate, Col. Wm.'s orphans; ex. wife Ann.
    Source:
    http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~dobson/va/vaessex.htm

    ******************************************
    06 January 1686/7
    Rappahannock County, VA Deed Book 7, p. 354
    My mother's desire in her last sickness to me was to be acted to her will as followeth to Give and Record to her son Stephen Rice Two Cows with their Female increase to be marked a Crop in the Right Ear and an under Keele in the left a feather bed Bolster Rug and Blanketts and a pair of Sheets Two Puter dishes Puter Candle stick one Iron Pott which I do here present under my hand to this Court to be Recorded.
    Acknowledged before me This Sixth day of Jan. 1686/7.
    Samll Travers
    [Signed:] Thos. Dew
    Source:
    http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/VAESSEX/2007-05/1178552352

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    Meaning of the given name
    Anne
    English, French, and German form (via Old French, Latin, and Greek) of the Hebrew female name Hanna “He (God) has favoured me (i.e. with a child)”. This is the name borne in the Bible by the mother of Samuel (see Hannah), and according to non-biblical tradition also by the mother of the Virgin Mary. It is the widespread folk cult of the latter that has led to the great popularity of the name in various forms throughout Europe. The simplified form Ann was in the 19th century very much more common, but the form with final -e has grown in popularity during the 20th century, partly perhaps due to the enormous popularity of L. M. Montgomery's story Anne of Green Gables (1908), and partly due to Princess Anne (b. 1950). In Ireland Anne has been used as an Anglicized form of Áine. See also Anna. Pet forms: English: Annie. French: Annette, Ninon. Breton: Annick. Low German: Anke, Antje. Dutch: Anneke.
    A Dictionary of First Names, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0192800507




    Marriage 1 Andrew Dew b: BET 1625 AND 1635 in England
    • Married: BEF 28 APR 1661 in Virginia USA
    • Note:
      Andrew Dew, male born 1625
      Spouse: Ann Duncombe
      Source Number: 2986.000
      Source Type: Electronic Database
      Number of Pages: 1
      Submitter Code: PKS

      Yates Publishing
      P. O. Box 67
      Stevensville, MT 59780

      U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900
      about Andrew Dew
      Name: Andrew Dew
      Gender: male
      Birth Place: En
      Birth Year: 1625
      Spouse Name: Ann Duncombe
      Marriage State: of VA
      Number Pages: 1
      Source Information:
      Source Citation: Source number: 5880.001; Source type: Family group sheet, FGSE, listed as parents; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code:
      Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Original data: This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases. Originally, the information was derived from an array of materials including pedigree charts, family history articles, querie.
    Children
    1. Has Children Andrew Dew b: BEF 1660 in Virginia USA
    2. Has Children Thomas Dew b: BEF 1661 in Virginia USA

    Marriage 2 James Toone Sr. b: BET 1627 AND 1637 in presumed in England
    • Married: BET 12 JUL 1663 AND 29 SEP 1665 in North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Colony
    • Note:
      These dates are based upon the following records:

      After this date of...
      12 July 1663
      Old Rappahannock Co Deed Book 3 - 1663-1668; pg 1-2
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ANN DEW as Administrator upon the Estate of my Husband ANDREW DEW deced for certaine good and valluable consideracons moveing me thereunto doe give and make over unto my Children ANDREW & THOMAS all my Right Title & of foure head of Cattell (Vizt)"

      but before this date .....
      29th "9br" 1665(29 November 1665)
      Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3 - 1663-1668; pg 222-228
      29th 9br 1665, 01 May 1667
      BEE IT KNOWNE UNTO ALL MEN by these presents that I JAMES TOONE wth the consent of ANN my Wife doe assign all the right and title and interrest wthin this specifyed conveyance unto JAMES BIDLECOME his heires or assignes for Ever and this to be accknowledged in open Court upon Demand Wittness our hands this 29th 9br 1665 for a valluable consideracon already received
      Test EDMITNDSCOTT the marke of James Toone
      MILES CORNELIUS the marke of Toone
      Recognit in Cur Corn Rappa primo die Maii 1667

      ====
      Tune, James and Dew, Ann., (wid.); before 29 August 1676; bride was the second wife of James Tune and the widow of Andrew Dew; she married (3) Dominick Rice; (RapC DW 1677-82:8 Chinn: 146-148; Tune 84-85

      Married Well and Often: Marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia, 1649-1800 by Robert K. Headley Jr., page 357

      U.S./International Marriage Records, 1340-1980
      Gender: The gender of James Toone is male.
      Spouse: Ann Duncombe
      Source Number: 2987.000
      Source Type: Electronic Database
      Number of Pages: 1
      Submitter Code: PKS
      1. www.genealogy.com
      2.Yates Publishing
      P. O. Box 67
      Stevensville, MT 59780
    Children
    1. Has No Children William Tune b: ABT 1665 in North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock (Richmond) County, Virginia, USA
    2. Has No Children John Tune b: ABT 1667 in North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock (Richmond) County, Virginia, USA
    3. Has No Children Kaster Tune b: ABT 1669 in North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock (Richmond) County, Virginia, USA
    4. Has No Children Anne Tune b: ABT 1671 in North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County (Richmond), Virginia, USA
    5. Has Children Mark Tune b: 1673 in North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Colony

    Marriage 3 Dominick Rice b: BET 1620 AND 1623 in probably in Ireland
    • Married: 1680 in Rappahannock County, Virginia
    • Note:
      Index to Marriages of Old Rappahannock and Essex Counties, Virginia
      page 198

      1680,
      Rice,
      Dominick
      Married Ann, relict of James Toone
      Book: O 1,
      Page: 147

      Source Information:
      Ancestry.com. Essex County, Virginia Marriages, 1655-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 1999. Original data: Wilkerson, Eva Eubank. Index to Marriages of Old Rappahannock and Essex Counties, Virginia, 1655-1900. Richmond, VA, USA: Clearfield Co., 1953.

      ===
      Married Well and Often: Marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia, 1649-1800 by Robert K. Headley , page 295

      Rice, Dominick and Tune, Ann, (wid); bet. 1677-1679; bride was the wid of 1. Andrew Dew and 2. James Toone; (RapC DW 1677-82:8;
      OB 1683--86:70, 105; RB 1677-87:58; Chinn:146-148

      http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=view&r=an&dbid=49244&iid=FLHG_M arri edWellAndOften-0309&rc=62,2855,178,2889;206,2856,426,2891;62,2956,178, 2992 ;205,2957,427,2994&fn=dominick&ln=rice&st=d&ssrc=&pid=66310
    Children
    1. Has No Children Stephen Rice b: ABT 1681 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia

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