Catherine - After the death of Henry, and by Apr. 1716, she
married second Gerrard LYNCH. Gerrard and Catherine LYNCH sold
640 acres of her land on that date. Catherine is not Catherine
CLARKE (d. by 1688), daughter of John and Mary (FALKE) CLARKE,
in 1684, Isle of Wight Co., VA. Catherine CLARKE married about
1679 Henry KING (b. about 1658; d. after 1740, Brunswick Co.,
VA) as his first wife. Henry KING, Jr., son of Catherine
(CLARKE) KING, was born about 1681, who had possession of, and
sold land previously owned by his grandfather John CLARKE.
Hutchins Burton b. 9 Apr 1694 in Henrico Co., VA. His original
will is among the "Loose Leaf Papers" in the state Library in
Richmond VA. Probated 3 Oct 1763.
Will of Hutchins Burton, 9 May 1763, rec. 3 Oct 1763 "Colonial
Wills of Henrico Co., VA Part 2, 1737 - 1781.
"Burton Chronicles p229-An Article regarding a trial in
Goochland Co. in 1733 (Tylers Quarterly VIII.61): Two slaves
belonging to HutchinsBurton in Goochland Co. and 3 slaves of
William Randolph, Esq., and 1 slave of Bowler Cocke, Gent. were
convicted of the murder of Robert Allen of Goochland. The slaves
of Hutchins Burton were hanged beheaded and their heads raised
on posts; their bodies were quartered and limbs set up at
various places in the county. This story of ferocity reads like
the vengence of a Tudor monarch. The truth was that, freed at
last from the dread of an Indian massacre, theVirginians lived
in apprehension of a servile insurrection. The murdered man,
Robert Allen was probably a relative of Mrs Hutchins Burton, but
this did not deter Hutchins from petitioning the legislature for
reimbursement: 40 pounds for one slave and 30 pounds for the
"Jacob and Elizabeth (Vaughn) France, natives of KY and NJ,
respectively. His grandfather, Isaac France, was a native of
Scotland, who came to Americe at an early day with an expedition
went to KY, during the 18th, settled near Boone Ridge.
Children of Jacob and Eliz. (Vaughn) France;
Abram who married Catora Quick;
John who married Mary Snover, 2nd to Lena Miller';
Jacob who married Angline Hartman;
Issac, grandfather to Eliz, (France) Biesecker;
Richard married Abby Miller; and
David who married Susan Hartmen.
aka: UMFRAVILL. "At the height of their power the De
Umfrevilles held Earldoms in Scotland (Angus) and England (Kyme
in Lincolnshire), Lordships in Redesdale and Coquetdale,
Baronies at Prudhoe, Wooler, Amphreville-sur Iton (Normandy) and
manors at Holmside, near Burnhope in County Durham, and
Chollerton (near Humshaugh north east of Hexham) they also
fought in some of the most decisive battles of the middle ages
and the hundred years war (Falkirk, Bannockburn, Otterburn and
Agincourt to name but four) and held positions of high honour
with Kings of England and Scotland.The De Umfrevilles Scottish
Earldom of Angus was confiscated by Robert Bruce around 1328,
they lost Prudhoe in 1381 through marriage and Redesdale in
1436, which they had ruled for nearly 400 years, with the death
of Sir Robert De Umfreville the Vice-Admiral of England.
Elsewhere an early branch of the Umfrevilles settled in
Glamorgan and then gained lands in Devon.