Name: John PAYNE , Sir, (1), *
Birth: 1590 in England
Birth: 1623 in England
Death: 1668 in Westmoreland Co. VA
See "Seventeenth Century Ancestors" page 192 "DSC1204.jpg" Says he was born 1590-1668.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VA - WILLS - John Payne, 9 Dec 1668
Last Will and Testament of John Payne
Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds and Wills Book One, 1653-1671, page 346:
In the name of God amen I John Payne of Cople parish in the county of Westmoreland planter being very sick but of Good and perfect memory doe make constitute and ordain this my last will and Testament in manner and form following In priori I give and bequeath unto my son John Payne and his heirs my share of the four hundred Acres of land which is betwixt Cornelius Morphew and me also a cow Called Violett and a Gun when he comes to the age of twenty one Years. likewise my will is that he work for his mother til he be seventeen Years of age. in Case he die before he comes to age the land to fall to the next heir. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elisabeth one Yearling. I then give and bequeath unto my loving wife Millicent Payne my share of hogs thate are betwixt Cornelius Morphew and me with all the rest of my estate. I give and bequeath unto my Son James one two year old heifer with her Increase.
Lastly I doe constitute ordain and make Millicent Payne my loving wife sole and whole Executrix of this my last will and Testament affixed my hand and seal this 9th of December 1668.
1 John Payne(1) b. 1623 in England d. abt 1669 in Westmoreland County, Virginia m. Millicent (?) (Source: Papers of the late Col. Brook Payne)
2 Issue of John and Millicent: (Source: Will of John Payne dated 9 December 1668 deed book 1 Westmoreland County)
"A Westmoreland group, headed by John Payne whose will was written 1668 and named wife Milicent, and children John James, and Elizabeth. It is believed that he had also a son Wiliam." p. 3 "Paynes of Virginia" by Brooke Payne
Westmoreland County, Virginia Will Books
Payne, John of Cople 9 December probate obliterated Son John to work for his mother until he is 21 years of age, daughter Elizabeth, wife Millicent, son James.
"Payne Records from Westmoreland County, Communicated by Mrs. J. C. Pollard Wesmoreland County. Book 7, page 354 Indenture between William Payne Jr. and Francis Aubrey July 25, 1722. [This deed was signed 12 Feb. 1721. It was acknowledged by Wm. Payne in court on 25 July 1722. It was recorded 7 Aug. 1722.] For 100 acres, part of a patent granted to John Payne, grandfather to the aforesaid William Jr. for 400 acres, and by the said John's will bequeathed to John Payne, father to the said William Payne Jr., and by his last will and testament given to his two sons John Payne and William Payne Jr."
p. 21. 21 Aug 1653 [should read 1654]. George Watts assigns the aforegoing 132 acres to John Paine on 20 Oct 1653. Signed Geo Watts his marke. Acknowledged and recorded 21 Aug 1653. [Previous record reads p. 21. Patent. 3 Sep 1651. Sir William Berkley, Knt, etc. to Geo Watts 132 acres in Northumberland County adjacent north on land of John Armeby east on main woods south and west on creek issuing out of Nominy bay. Due for transporting 3 persons.]
Pages 317-318. 14 Sept. 1667. Nicholas and Frances Spencer of Nominy in Westmoreland County unto John Payne of Machiticks of aforesaid county. For 4000 pounds of tobacco. Our interest of a tract granted by pattent unto Payne 1 June 1664, part of which land is by survey found to be within the bounds of a tract of 2500 acres lying at the head of Nominy by pattent 26 Feb. 1653/4 formerly granted unto Thomas Hawkins, Sr. and since by Thomas Hawkins, Jr., son and heir of Thomas Hawkins, Sr. sold unto us Nicholas and Frances Spencer 20 Sept. 1665. Nicholas Spencer, Frances Spencer. Wit: John Hewling, William Hambert. 30 Oct. 1667. Acknowledged by Nicholas Spencer and Frances his wife.
[John Frederick Dorman, compilor, "Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds, Patents, etc. 1665-1677, Part One," Washington, DC, 1973, p. 26, Virginia State Library]
Pages 318-319. 1 June 1664. Patent of William Berkley unto John Payne of 400 acres in Northumberland County on the head of a small creek that issueth out of Machodick River bounding on the east side with the land of Col. Lee, Esq., ... land of Walter English ... due for the transportation of two persons into this colony. William Berkley. 30 Oct 1667. Recorded.
30 Oct 1667. John Payne to Cornelius Morphey. The half part of this patent with housing, plantation ... John Payne. Wit: William Thomas, Edward Witherington. 30 Oct 1667. Acknowledged by John Payne.
[John Frederick Dorman, compilor, "Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds, Patents, etc. 1665-1677, Part One," Washington, DC, 1973, p. 27, Virginia State Library]
Pages 36-36a [D&W 1, p. 346]. Will of John Paine of Cople Parish in the County of Westmoreland, being sick and weak, dated 9 Dec 1668. Unto my son John Paine my share of 400 acres which is betwixt Cornelius Morphey and me, also a cow called Violet and a fowling piece when he comes to the age of one and twenty years. Likewise my will is that he work for his mother till he be seventeen years old. In case he die before he comes of age, then the land to fall to the next heirs. Unto my daughter Elizabeth one yearling heifer. Unto my loving wife Milicent Paine my share of hoggs that be betwixt Cornelius Morphey and me with all the rest of my estate. Unto my son James one 2 year old heifer. Milicent Paine my loving wife executrix. Wit: John Askwith, Joseph Beate.
[John Frederick Dorman, compilor, "Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds, Patents, etc. 1665-1677, Part One," Washington, DC, 1973, p. 46, Virginia State Library]
- Elizabeth PAYNE
- William PAYNE , Sr. b: ABT 1650
- John PAYNE , (2), * b: AFT 1651 in Westmoreland. Co. VA
- James PAYNE b: 1653