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flag   John  HUGHLETT

  (b. abt. 1655 Northumberland County, Crown Colony of Virginia   d. 19 January 1705 Northumberland County, Crown Colony of Virginia )  

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John HUGHLETT was born abt. 1655 in Northumberland County, Crown Colony of Virginia. John HUGHLETT was the child of John HUGHLETT   and   Alice YARRETT

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He married  Mary NICHOLS .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Mary NICHOLS  was born abt. 1660 in Virginia, USA.  She died bef. September 1711 in Northumberland County, Virginia, USA. 

John HUGHLETT died 19 January 1705 in Northumberland County, Crown Colony of Virginia.
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flag  Ephraim HUGHLETT (b.23 December 1686, St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Crown Colony of Virginia  d. 20 September 1727, , Northumberland County, Crown Colony of Virginia)
m. Elizabeth WINTER 

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1686 Birth of Child
Ephraim HUGHLETT was born 23 December 1686, St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia, USA
19 January 1705
, Northumberland County, Virginia, USA

Will of John Hughett Jr
John Jr's originally recorded will of October 19, 1704 wa s lost in the 1710 fire which destroyed the Courthouse . I was rerecorded May 10, 1719 by Ephraim Hughlett, his s on, as a copy, attested and witnessed by the marks of Robe r (x) Christopher and Ann (A) Christopher as follows, and o riginally probated on January 19, 1705/ 6:

In the name of God Amen the last will and testament of Joh n Hughlett being in good and perfect mind and memory thank s be to God for ye same and calling to remembrance ye uncer tain estate of this transitory life and that all flesh mus t yield unto death when it shall please God to call, I do m ake Ordain and Declare this to be my last will and testamen t, in manner and form as followeth. First, I commende my S oule to Allmighty God my Creator and Redeemer in who by th e Merrits of Jesus Christ I trust and believe assuredley t o be saved and to receive full remission and forgiveness fo r my sins and my body to the earth from whence it was take n to be buriedat ye discretion of my exor: hereafter name d and as for the small Estates which it hath pleased God t o bestow upon me after my just debts pay'd I give as follow eth, this only to be taken as my last will and testament . Item I give bequeath to my son John Hughlett the lands w hich I had with his mother lying and being in the County o f Richmond and upon ye braches of the Totaskey to him and h is heirs forever with a golden ring which my Father left me . Item I give and bequeath to my Two sons Ephraim Hughlet t and Wm. Hughlett that land which my father lived on, th e lower part where olde plantation is to my son Ephraim y e upperpart to my son William, to be divided at a Valley fo rmerly called Chinkapin Valley the neck of land which lyet h in ye fork of ye branches next to ye Widow Dunnaways whol de to belong to my son William and likewise I give my son W m. my land at the bottom of the Five Acre Neck I give ye ab ove land to my above sons and their heirs forever. Ite m I give to my son Yarrat Hughlett the land which Ilive upo n to him and his heirs forever. Item I give to my two daug hters Winnifred and Elizabeth Hughlett to each one feathe r bed that may be approved good with curtains and vallens a nd coverings suitable to be paid to them at ye Days of marr iage or the years of Eighteen which first happens and if m y wife shall allow of this my will and give my son John, th e land above mentioned then I do give her all ye rest of m y estate and make her wold and sole Ex, of this my last wil l and testament. sign'd seal'd in the presences of us, th e words (?) and (that?) Inter? before sealed this 19th of O ctober 1704.

Robert X ChristopherJno. Stanley
Ann -A- Christopher John (seal) Hughlett

The within will was proved Die (day) January 11, 1711 in No rthumberland County Court to be yelast Will and Testament o f Jno. Hughlett Dec'd by the Oaths of Robert Christopher, J no. Stanley and Ann Christopher Witnessess to the sail Wil l and is Recorded

Teste Tho Hobson Cl(erk) Cur (court)
Test Tho Breton Dep. Cl. Cour

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