Virginia Sheriffs, 1699 to 1702

5 June 1699

Thomas Cock, Henrico County
Francis Milner, Nansemund County
Richard Church, Norfolk County
William Cary, Warwick County
Thomas Ballard, Yorke County
John Walter, King and Queen County
Sir William Skipwith, Middlesex County
Rhodham Kennor, Northumberland County
George Mason, Stafford
Nathaniel Littleton, Northampton County
Robert Bolling, Charles City County
Anthony Holladay, Isle of Wight County
John Thorowgood, Princess Anne County
Coleman Brough, Elizabeth City County
Henry Duke, James City County
William Bassett, New Kent County
Mordecai Cook, Gloucester County
John Talliaferro, Essex County
Alexander Swann, Lancaster County
Alexander Spence, Westmoreland County
Thomas Wetburn, Accomack County

6 April 1700

Francis Epes, Henrico County
Littlebury Epes, Charles City County
William Brown, Surrey County
Arthur Smith, Isle of Wight County
George Nasworthy, Nansemund County
William Cornex, Princess Ann County
Richard Church, Norfolk County
Walter Bayly, Elizabeth City County
Thomas Merry, Warwick County
Henry Tyler, Yorke County
Thomas Cowles, James City County
Nicholas Meriweather, New Kent County
John Walker, King and Queen County
James Ransone, Gloucester County
Robert Dudley, Middlesex County
James Baughan, Essex County
Samuel Peachy, Richmond County
William Ball, Lancaster County
Hancock Lee, Northumberland
Willowby Allerton, Westmoreland County
Richard Fossaker, Stafford County
George Nicholas Hack, Accomack County
John Robins, Northampton County

25 April 1701

John Worsham, Henrico County
Micajah Lowe, Charles City County
Thomas Holt, Surry County
John Pill, Isle of Wight County
Richard Awburn, Nansemond County
Adam Thorowgood, Princess Ann County
Thomas Willoughby, Norfolk County
Coleman Brough, Elizabeth City County
Miles Wills, Warwick County
Daniel Taylor, York County
Thomas Mountfort, James City County
John King, New Kent County
John Waller, King and Queen County
John Gwin, Gloucester County
Matt. Kemp, Middlesex County
John Taliafero, Essex County
John Tapley, Richmond County
Alexander Swann, Lancaster County
Charles Ashton, Westmorland County
John Waugh, Jr., Stafford County
John Watts, Accomack County
Littleton Robins, Northampton County

25 April 1702

Samuel Boush, Norfolk County
Charles Drewry, Nansimond County
William Bridger, Isle of Wight County
Charles Goodrich, Charles City County
Giles Webb, Henerico County
Nicholas Merriwheather, New Kent County
Thomas Cowles, James City County
Henerey Tylor, York County
Thomas Merry, Warwick County
Nicholas Curle, Elizabeth City County
Petter Kemp, Gloucester County
Jno. Walker, King and Queen County
John Waller, King William County
Sir William Skipwith, Middlesex County
Thomas Merriwheather, Essex County
Jno. Downman, Richmond County
Henery Fleett, Lancaster County
Jno. harris, Northumberland County
Lewis Markham, Westmoreland County
Charles Ellis, Stafford County

Headlam, Cecil, ed., Calender of State Papers, Colonial Series (Volume 17), America and West Indies, 1699. Also Addenda, 1621-1698, Preserved in the Public Record Office (Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1964) First Published London: HMSO, 1908. p. 270., Headlam, Cecil, ed., Calender of State Papers, Colonial Series (Volume 18), America and West Indies, 1700, Preserved in the Public Record Office (Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1964) First Published London: HMSO, 1910. p. 148., Headlam, Cecil, ed., Calender of State Papers, Colonial Series (Volume 19), America and West Indies, 1701, Preserved in the Public Record Office (Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1964) First Published London: HMSO, 1910. pp. 174-175., Headlam, Cecil, ed., Calender of State Papers, Colonial Series (Volume 20), America and West Indies, Jan.-Dec. 1, 1702, Preserved in the Public Record Office (Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1964) First Published London: HMSO, 1912. p. 268.

More information about colonial Virginia can be found in the books:

Planters and Pioneers: Life in Colonial Virginia

and:

The Virginia Adventure: Roanoke to James Towne

and:

Captain John Smith: A Select Edition of His Writings

and:

The Formation of a Society on Virginia's Eastern Shore, 1615-1655

 

 

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