Some Emigrants to Virginia
- continued -
|EARLE, GEORGE (in Virginia 1637,
&c.), Lower Norfolk county; son of George
Earle, of Eastratford, Nottinghamshire,
N. E. H. & G. Reb., Vol. 55, pp. 339, 340
|EELES, NATHANIEL (inVirginia 1618,
&c.); son of Nathaniel Eeles, of
|ELLIOTT, THOMAS (d. 1686), Middlesex
county; of Chipping Ongar, Essex.
Ch. Ch., Middlesex, Paris Register
|EMAN, JOHN (in Virginia 1623), "of
V. M., XIX, 133
|EVELYN, GEORGE (1593-
), in Virginia 1649, &c., James City county; son
of Robert Evelyn, and grandson of
George Evelyn, of Long Ditton, Surrey.
Scull's "Evelyns in America," 1-45.
V. M., IX, 172
|EVELYN, MOUNTJOY (in Virginia about
1650 &c.) Northampton county; son of George
Evelyn (preceding), and grandson of
Robert Evelyn, of Long Ditton and Godstone,
Scull's "Evelyns in America," 47-59, 66.
|FABIAN, SYMON, (in Virginia 1668
&c.), lived on York River; son of Edmond
Fabian, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, Middlesex,
citizen and merchant tailor.
V. M., XV, 300.
|FAIRFAX, FERDINANDO (1636-1664), in
Virginia 1659, &c.; a Virginia merchant of
London; son of Col. Charles Fairfax, of
Menston, Yorkshire, and grandson of Thomas,
first Baron Fairfax of Cameron.
Herald and Genealogist, VI, 401
V. M., VII, 73
|FAIRFAX, WILIALM (1691-1757), Fairfax
county; son of Henry Fairfax, of Towlston,
Yorkshire, and grandson of Henry 4th Lord
Fairfax. (W. F.'s son
Bryan succeeded to the title)
V. M., IV, 102, &c.
"The Thomas Book,"" 308, 309
|FARLEY, THOMAS (in Virginia 1623,
&c.), James City county; "of Worcester in
V. M., XIX, 131, 132.
|FARNEFOLD, REV. JOHN (in Virginia
1672-1702), Northumberland county; son of Sir
Thomas Farnefold, of Gatwickes in Stayning,
W. M., XVII, 245
|FARNEFOLD, MRS. MARY, Northumberland
county; wife of Rev. John Farnefold, and
daughter of George Brookes, of London,
W. M., XVII, 245
|FARRINGTON, RICHARD (in Virginia
1677, &c.), Lancaster county; brother to John
Farrington, of London, merchant.
|FAUNTLEROY, MOORE (
-1663), Rappahannock county; son of John
Fauntleroy (d. 1644), of Crondall,l
Wallace's Virginia Hist. Mag., July, 1891.
|FEILD, MRS. MARGARET (dead in 1772);
wife of Dr. John Feild, Prince George
County, and daughter of John Shaw (dead
in 1772), merchant, of Edinburgh.
Prince George Records.
|FELGATE, WILLIAM (d. 1660), York
county; was in 1649 "of the City of London,
V. M., II, 181, 182.
|FELL, HENRY (b. 1600, d. in Virginia
1623); "of Christ-church in Oxford, student."
(B. A. Christ Church, 1620, "of London, gent." -
V. M., XIX, 132, 133.
|FIELDING, AMBROSE (d. 1675),
Northumberland county; brother of Edward and
Richard Fielding, merchants, of Bristol, and
of Dr. Robert Fielding, of Gloucester.
V. M., XI, 453-456; XII, 99-101
|FILLBRIGGE, JOHN (in Virginia 1638,
&c.); brother of Robert Fillbrigge,
citizen and scrivenor, of London.
V. M., XII, 174.
|FILMER, HENRY (in Virginia 1642,
&c.), James City and Warwick counties; son of
Sir Edward Filmer, of East Sutton, Kent, and
his wife Elizabeth, daughter of
Richard Argall, and sister of Samuel
Argall, Governor of Virginia.
V. M., XV, 181, 182
Berry's Kentish Genealogies.
|FINCH, HENRY (in Virginia 1630, &c.);
son of Sir Henry Finch, and brother of
Sir John Finch, Speaker of the House of
V. M., VII, 384; XVII, 10.
|FITZGEFFREY, GEORGE (in Virginia
1623), "of Howton Conquest in Bedfordshire,
V. M., XIX, 133.
|FITZGEFFREY, WILLIAM (in Virginia
1623), James City county; "of Staple Inn, gent."
V. M., XIX, 132, 133
|FITZHUGH, WILLIAM (1651-1701),
Stafford county; son of Henry Fitzhugh,
of the town of Bedford.
V. M., I, 412, 415; II, 277-278
|FLEET, HENRY (1600-1661), Lancaster
county; son of William Fleet, gent., of
Chartham, Kent, and his wife Deborah,
daughter of Charles Scott, of Scottshall,
V. M., II, 71; V. 253, &c.
|FLEETWOOD, EDWARD, gent. (d. 1609),
went to Virginia 1609; son of Sir William
Fleetwood, Recorder of London, and brother
of Sir William Fleetwood, of Great
V. M., XIII, 405.
|FLEMING, DANIEL (d. 1754), Louisa
county; in his will he names his wife, then with
him in Virginia, and children he had left in
Louisa County Records.
|FLETCHER, GEORGE (in Virginia 1652,
&c.), Northumberland county; brother of James
Fletcher, gent., Eltham, Kent. In 1647
George Flecher, gent., of Eltham, Kent.
In 1647 George Fletcher was "of London,
Hening, I, 374.
|FLOURNOY, JACOB (1663 -
), Williamsburg; son of Jacques Flourney,
of Geneva, Switzerland, and uncle of John
James Flourney, of Virginia.
V. M., II, 85-87
|FLOURNEY, JOHN JAMES (in Virginia
1717, &c.); son of Rev. Jaques Flournoy,
of Geneva, Switzerland.
V. M., II, 83-84
|FONTAINE, JAMES (in Virginia 1717,
&c.); son of Rev. James Fontaine, who was
born at Jenouelle, France, and grandson of
James Fontaine, pastor of Vaux and Royan.
Huguenot Emigration, 120, 121.
|FONTAINE, REV. FRANCIS (1691-1749),
York county; brother of Rev. James Fontaine,
Huguenot Emigration, 122
|FONTAINE, REV. PETER
(1692-1757) Henrico and Charles City counties;
brother of Rev. James Fontaine,
Huguenot Emigration, 122
|FOOTE, RICHARD (1632-1689, &c.),
Stafford county; born at Cardenham, in the
county of Cornwall; son of John Foote,
V. M., VII, 73
|FORBY, BENJAMIN (in Virginia 1660,
&c.), Princess Ann County; son of Felix Forby,
of Norwich, hosier, who owned freeholds in
Worstead and North Walsham, Norfolk.
V. M., XII, 398
|FORSE, JAMES (1706-1754), Northampton
county; late of Devon.
W. M., XVI, 105
|FOUNTAINE, ROBERT (d. 1714), Princess
Anne county. In will bequeaths "six
messuages at Abingdon in Barkshire in Great
Britain bequeathed to me in the will of my
uncle, John Fountaine, and three
messuages due me after the death of my Aunt
|FOWKE, GERRARD (d. 1669),
Westmoreland county; son of Robert Fowke,
of Gunston Hall, Staffordshire.
Hayden, 154-145, 744.
|FOWKE, THOMAS (d. 1663), James City
and Westmoreland counties; brother of Gerrard
|FOXHALL, JOHN (d. 1704), Westmoreland
county; left real and personal estate at
Bromingham (Birmingham), Warwickshire
V. M., XV, 301
|FREEMAN, HENRY, SR. (d. shortly
before 1687), York county; formerly a mercer of
Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.
W. M., II, 165, 165
|FRY, JOSHUA (1700-1754), Essex
county; son of Joseph Fry "pleb.," of