Note for: William Eustace, ABT 1717 - Index
Major William Eustace was a Justice of the Peace and Sheriff and moved to Fauquier County, Virginia
Note for: Isaac Eustace, ABT 1730 - Index
4e. Isaac EUSTACE was born about 1733 in Northumberland County, Virginia. Isaac married
Agatha Ann CONWAY 15 May 1757 in Lancaster County, Virginia Agatha died 2 Apr 1826 in
Stafford County, Virginia
They Called Stafford Home Jerrilyn Eby page 170.
Eustace farm - The Eustaces lived just south of tackett’s Mill. Hancock Eustce (1768-1829) was
a wealthy county resident during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. He was the
son of Isaac EUSTACE AND Agatha Conway (1740-1826)
Agatha CONWAY was born about 1740 the daughter of Peter CONWAY and Elizabeth SPANN
Agatha died 2 Apr 1826 in Stafford County, Virginia.
William and Mary Quarterly Volume 11 No 3 Jan 1903 pages 209-210
5a. William E EUSTACE married Mary SNEED
6a. William EUSTACE married Harriet GEORGE
7a. William Stack EUSTACE
5b. John EUSTACE
5c. Agatha Conway EUSTACE born Apr 1765. Agatha married John BLACKWELL in 1779 in
6a. Lucy Steptoe BLACKWELL was born about 1785 and died in 1817. Lucy married
William Raleigh DOWNMAN
6b. Steptoe BLACKWELL was born 30 Mar 1786
6c. Agatha Conway BLACKWELL married Charles BELL 17 Oct 1810 in Fauquier
7a. Elizabeth Lee BELL married William B. FRANKLIN
7b. William BELL was born 1812 and died 1862 William married Susan
HENDERSON IN 1836
6d. William BLACKWELL
6e. Eloise BLACKWELL
5d. Ann EUSTACE was born about 1761 and died 1840. Ann married Joseph BLACKWELL
20 Dec 1784.
5e. Hancock EUSTACE was born about 1768
Isaac Eustace Deed Book 2 page 381 dated 1765. Isaac and Agatha Eustace of Stafford sell Elias Edmonds 450 a. on Pignut Mountain willed to him by his father, Capt William Eustace of Lancaster. Minute 8-8 1786, Tax overcharged. Eustace, Isaac, 75G/Col. William 78B. Marriage Bond 14 Dec 1780 to Susanna James - bondsman William Jones. Given 628 a. on Elk Run by William and Anne Eustace, wit. William Eustace Jr
Laying the Hoe - A Century of Iron Manufacturing in Stafford County, Virginia Jerrilyn Eby, Willow Bend Books 2003.
Page 169 322 Hancock was the son of Isaac Eustace (died c1795) and Agatha Conway (1740-1826) of Fauquier County. Hancock served in the French and Indian War (1755-1763) under the command of Col George Washington. On June 4, 1789 he married Tabitha Henry (died c1840), the daughter of the Honorable James Henry (1731-1804) of Fleet’s Bay Lancaster County. Hancock resided at Woodford, part of which is now Meadowlark Subdivision on Garrisonville Road (State Route 610).
Note for: Christopher Robinson, 1718 - 11 Jan 1785 Index
Middlesex County, Virginia Order Book 3 Mar 6, 1706
Christopher Robinson, of Middlesex, and Judith, his wife, late widow of Corbin Griffin.
Note for: Mary Matthews, ABT 1670 - Index
Richmond County, Virginia
Will Book 4 page 80
Samuel Matthews, Will 16 Nov 1718, 4 Mar 1718/1719
Oldest son John 600 acres of land above the falls of the Rappahannock River in Richmond County, son Baldwin the other 600 acres part of the same tract bought of Mr .Joseph Waugh of Stafford County, two sons to be bound out as apprentices, eldest to a master of a ship to serve until he is 21, second to a good house carpenter to serve until he is 21, son Francis tract of land where I now live, but if my wife should now be with child of a son, then my land to be equally diviided between them two, eldest daughter Elizabeth; daughter Mary 150 pounds sterling provided abond be given up which brother Braxton extracted from me upon the day I was married to Catherine Dunstall when I was very much in drink and if either of them or both of them shoud die before the day of marriage or attain to the age of 21 that my loving wife Margaret very good fr. John Bayler, Joseph Strawther and William Skrine and my loving kinsman Cole Diggs and Baldwin Mathewsto advise wife' ex: wife witnesses: Jeremiah Bronough, John Ferguson, Joshua Ferguson. (Capt Samuel Mathews married (1) Miss Paullin (2) Catherine Dunstall, 1706 and (3) Margaret ? MRC pp. 129-130.