Francis Triplett1

ID #70, ( - between 20 November 1700 and 4 March 1701)

Key Events

EventDateDescription
Marriagebefore 26 Dec 1660He married Abigal (?) before 26 Dec 1660.2,3
Deathbetween 20 Nov 1700 and 4 Mar 1701He died between 20 Nov 1700 and 4 Mar 1701 in Richmond County, Virginia.2
Probate4 Mar 1700/1His estate was probated on 4 Mar 1700/1 in Richmond County, Virginia.2,4

Children with Abigal (?):

Francis Triplett10
Thomas Triplett10 ( - b 24 Nov 1700)
William Triplett+ 11,10 (between 1667 to 1670 - c 1738)

Note - Living persons are excluded from this website so not all marriages or children may be listed above.

Other Events

EventDateDescription
Immigrationbefore Dec 1660He immigrated from England to Old Rappahannock County in the Colony of Virginia before Dec 1660.5,6
LandGrant21 Jan 1666He was granted 1050 acres on the north side of the Rappahannock River on 21 Jan 1666 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia. This patent was granted under the headright system for the transportation of 21 persons.7,8
LandGrant2 Nov 1694He was granted 90 acres adjoining land he purchased from William Underwood located between the Rappahanock and Potomac Rivers on 2 Nov 1694 in Richmond County, the Colony of Virginia.9
Will20 Nov 1700He made a will on 20 Nov 1700 in Richmond County, Virginia.2,4

 

Other information

Relationship:
5th great-grandfather of James Samuel Dishman
Last Edited: 12 Dec 2015

Citations

  1. [S219] Reverend Arnold Harris Hord, "Triplett Family Genealogy."
  2. [S576] Robert and Catherine Barnes, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Genealogy of the Triplett Family, Reverend Arnold Harris Hord, p.199.
  3. [S579] Old Rappahannock County Deed & Will Book: 2, 26 Dec 1660, Samuell Nicholls to Francis Triplett, 238 acres, wife Abigall relinquished dower right.
  4. [S588] Francis Triplett will, Will Book 2. Proved 4 Mar 1700/1701 in Richmond Co., VA.
  5. [S577] Nell Marion Nugent, Cavaliers and Pioneers, p. 7, Mr. Peter Jett entry; granted 600 acres in Rappahannock County, Virginia, for transportation of 12 people including Francis Triplett and Alice Triplett.
  6. [S579] Old Rappahannock County Deed & Will Book: 2, 26 Dec 1660, Samuell Nicholls to Francis Triplett, 238 acres.
  7. [S220] Virginia Colonial Land Office Patents, No. 6, 1666-1679: p.29 and p.69.
  8. [S577] Nell Marion Nugent, Cavaliers and Pioneers, p. 8, Mr. Francis Triplett entry; repeated on p. 18, Francis Triplett entry, the reason this patent was recorded twice is unknown.
  9. [S613] Northern Neck Grants No. 2: p. 53, Francis Triplett, 90 acres adjoining land he bought from William Underwood, between Rappahanock and Potomac Rivers.
  10. [S588] Francis Triplett will, Will Book 2. Proved 4 Mar 1700/1701 in Richmond Co., VA, wife Agigal, sons Francis, William, and Thomas (eldest son, deceased), grandson Francis (son of Thomas), grandson Thomas, Francis Jett, son of John Jett and Elizabeth.
  11. [S576] Robert and Catherine Barnes, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Genealogy of the Triplett Family, Rev. Arnold Harris Hord, p. 199.
 

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