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Deceased
CREED, Ralph*
(-1668)
UNKNOWN, Grace*
(-Bef 1676)
HOGWOOD, Francis*
(Abt 1625-Abt 1677)
CREED, Elizabeth*
(-Bef 1676)
HAGOOD, George*
(After 1656-Abt 1728)

 

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Spouses/Children:
UNKNOWN, Ann*

HAGOOD, George*

  • Born: After 1656, Surry County, Virginia Colony
  • Marriage: UNKNOWN, Ann*
  • Died: Abt 1728, Surry County, Virginia Colony
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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. Appearance in Document, 3 Jan 1676, Surry County, Virginia Colony. 115 [George's father] Francis Hogwood's last will, recorded in Surry Co, VA Record Book 1671-84, p122, mentions "all my Cattle bedding & my Mare & my pewter be equally divided amongst my fower Children Richard William George & my Daughter France" ... "that Richard having a Gun already William & George have the other two" ... "I desire my Good ffriend Lt Coll Jordan to take my son George into his care, & into ye Care of his Godmother Mary Rome to see him kindly used & brought up & what he hath pserved for him" ... "I desire that my Son George may have what right the law will give him in ye Mare now in dispute & to have his owne Chest."

2. Probate, 24 Apr 1678, Surry County, Virginia Colony. 116 Administrator granted to Lt Coll Geo Jordan for orphans of [George's father] Francis Hogwood, deceased, on the estate of Richard Hogwood, deceased (Surry Co Records Book 2).

[George is probably one of the orphans, as he is viewed as a minor in Francis's will]

3. Appearance in Document, Cir Jul 1683, Surry County, Virginia Colony. 941 No date on record, but approx July 1683 based on other records nearby - David Andrews Jr, Geo Fisher, and Thos. Ironmonger are bound for 60,000 lbs tobacco to pay to Geo Hogwood, orphan of Francis Hogwood, deceased, his part of his father's estate (Surry Co Record Book 2, p23, transcribed at Ancestry.com).

4. Property, 13 Oct 1727, Brunswick County, Virginia Colony. 942 George Hagood of Surry Co received a land grant in Brunswick Co, consisting of 345 acres on the north side of Maherin River at the Sappony Indian Line and on the east side of Totero Creek. (Patent Book 13, p179)

5. Will, 20 Dec 1727, Surry County, Virginia Colony. 943 The will says "In the name of God Amen, I George Hagood of Surry County being Sick and Weak but in Perfest Sense and Memory do make and Ordain this my last Will and Testament first Whensoever it shall plese God to take me out of this Mortall Life, I give and bequeath my Soul to God my Creator and my body to the Earth from Whence it Came in Certain hope of Resurrection and for What Worldly Estate it hath Plesed God to Possess me With, it is my desier that it be deposed of as followeth after my Just depts be paid. Impres. I give and bequeath unto my Loveing Wife Ann Hagood one Chest & Lock & key & the feather bed and furniture as she lyes on One Spening Weell and Cards & the Wooll and Cotten that is in the house. Itm. I give unto my tow Sons Francis & Richard Hagood Each of them a Gon. And the Rest of my Estate to be Equilly divided amongst my Children after my Depts be paid and Lassly I do apoint my tow sons George and John Hagood to be my Exctrs. Given under my hand and Seall this 20th day of Decbr. 1727." Witnessed by Wm Rookings and Thomas Clark.

6. Will. 944 In regards to the will of George Hagood, Mr Jonathan B Butcher, a professional researcher who did much of the research on the Hagood family in Virginia, says "To see why this will is misleading it is necessary to understand somewhat of the laws and customs of the time. Virginia law in the colonial era very strongly favored the customs of primogeniture, by which all lands belonging to a deceased person passed intact to the eldest son, unless otherwise bequeathed. Because it was thus presumed that the eldest son would inherit the land we sometimes find Wills where neither this son or the land is mentioned. This is apparently the case here, for George did not bequeath his land in the will, but later we find that this land was inherited by William Hagood. Thus the purpose of the will was merely to bequeath the personal property, particularly the testator's guns."

7. Story. 942 George Hogwood (Sr) was born in Surry Co, VA, son of Francis Hogwood and Elizabeth Creed. He was still a minor at the time of his father's will (Jan 1676) and probably quite young at the time, as careful directions are given for his care. He supposedly lived all his life in Surry Co, VA, but with no proof of having owned land in that county. He married Ann.

8. Story. George Haywood, Sr., b. ca 1670, d. 1727, son of Francis Hawkwood/Hogwood. Married Ann, ca 1690. Issue: William, b. 1690/1700; George Jr., b. ca 1695/1700; John, b. ca 1700/1705; Francis, b. ca 1705/1710; Richard, b. ca 1710/1712 (from research by James Haywood, sent to me by Brenda McLendon)


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George* married Ann* UNKNOWN.




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