Sir GEORGE YEARDLEY, 12 October, 1627, proved 14 February, 1628. To wife Temperance all and every part and parcell of such household stuff, plate, linen, woollen or any other goods, moveable or immovable, of what nature or quality soever, as to me belonging, and which now at the time of the date hereof are being and remaining within this house in James City wherein I now dwell. Item, as touching and concerning all the rest of my whole estate consisting of goods, debts, servants, "negars," cattle, or any other thing or things, commodities or profits whatsoever to me belonging or appertaining either here in this country of Virginia, in England or elsewhere, together with my plantation of one thousand acres of land at Stanly in Warwicke River, my will and desire is that the same be all and every part and parcell thereof sold to the best advantage for tobacco and the same to be transported as soon as may be, either this year or the next, as my said wife shall find occasion, into England, and there to be sold or turned into money, &c, &c. The money resulting from this (with sundry additions) to be divided into three parts, of which one part to go to said wife, one part to eldest son Argoll Yeardley, and the other part to son Francis & to Elizabeth Yeardley equally.
Father: Ralph Yardley b: 1549 in St Saviors, Southwark, Surry, Eng
Mother: Rhonda Maston b: ABT. 1558
Marriage 1 Temperance Flowerdieu b: 1587
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