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John Lilly and Dorothy Wade

John Lilly was born about 1640 in York Co., VA as the first child of John Lilly and MaryMargaret Maulson. He died about 1677 in Charles City, York Co., VA. When he was 27, He married Dorothy Wade,daughter of Arminger Wade and Dorothy Maulson, about 1667 in Point Comfort, York Co.,VA.

John Lilly was buried in Gloucester, VA.

John Lilly and Dorothy Wade had the following children:

1.John Lilly was born on 03 Aug 1669 in VA. He died between 1733–1771 in Gloucester, VA. He married Dorothy Billups between 1684–1760 in Gloucester Cty., Virginia.

  [Lilly2.FTW]     There is a Will for Arminger Wade proved 4-24-1677 and recorded in York Co.,VA that names John and Dorothy in it.


THE LIILY FAMILY (THE SOUHTERN BRANCH) The Lillys of America are descended form Sirs Robert and John DeLisle of the castle of Lille, in Normandy, France. They came to England with William the Conqueror in 1066, and for their valuable service the monarch gave them much land and other property. Their descendents settled in various parts of the British Isles, branches becoming known as DeLisle, Lisle, Lsle, Lylly, Lyllie, Lillie, Lilley, and Lilly. The ancestor of the American Southern branch of Lilly's was John Lilly, the immigrant who came to America in 1633, with Leonard Calvert, a brother of Lord Baltimore.John Lilly, the immigrant, settled in Charles River County, Virginia. He was appointed one of the "viewers of tobacco", by Act of Assembly, in 1639, an important position at that time, as tobacco was a medium of exchange.  In 1642, Charles River County was abolished and its territory became a part of York County, Virginia.  On June 20, of that year, John (Lylly) Lilly and wife secured a land grant of 350 acres situated on Milford Haven Creek, York County. Milford haven was in that portion of York County which became  Gloucester county in 1651, and Mathews county in 1790. According to the "records of colonial Gloucester county, Virginia", compiled by Mrs. Polly Cary Mason, the " Roxbury" lands now in Matthews county, Virginia, are a part of  the original grant to John Lilly in 1642, and inherited by his descendents.Evidently John Lilly, the immigrant, died soon after 1642, as his widow, Mary Lilly, married Edmund Chisman prior to 1646. The statement is confirmed by a court record of York county which states that Edmund Chisman was stepfather to John Lilly, orphan.John Lilly, the orphan, married Dorothy Wade, a daughter of Arminger Wade. The will of Arminger Wade was proved April 24, 1677, and recorded in York County, Virginia. His will names sons: Arminger Wade, John Hay, and John Lilly; daughters, Dorothy Lilly, and Mary (deceased), and grandchild, Anne Wade. The records show that John Lilly and wife, Dorothy Wade Lilly, were the parents of two children: Mary and John. Mary Lilly married Robert Reade of York County. John Lilly married a Miss Billups and settled in Gloucester County, Virginia. The given name of his wife is not known, as the early records of Gloucester County have been destroyed. But some of the Gloucester County records have been found in other counties, and are now in two volumes known as the "Records of the Colonial Gloucester County, Virginia" compiled by Mrs. Polly Cary Mason. The volumes contain the records of the Lilly’s and the Billups families in Mathews County, formerly a part of Gloucester County. In the "Records of the Colonial Gloucester" is a will of Richard Billups, proved February 27, 1752. He names William and Dorothy Lilly, son and daughter of John Lilly, among the legatees to his personal estate.
  Source: Lilly Family History Book compiled by Charles Silas Hatcher

Genealogies of Virginia Families - Page 653
"Scotch Tom" was born Feb 20, 1677; died Oct 7, 1748; came to Virginia about 1700; he married, first, Margaret Reade. She was daughter of Robert Reade and Mary Lilly, who was daughter of John Lilly and granddaughter of John Lilly and his wife Dorothy Wade (daughter of Arminger Wade and his wife, the heiress of Edward Moulson of York County, Va);
William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine
1906
Edward Chisman, of 1623, was probably Edmund Chisman. I have found his name undoubtedly written that way several times. Thomas, of 1623, was probably another brother of Col. John, but probably died without issue, as I have seen no reference to his descendants.
Edmund was justice in 1652, and resided in Pocosin (or Poquosin) parish on Chisman's creek. Will proved Feb. 4, 1678, and mentions son Thomas, daughters Mary Curtis and Jane Chisman, and wife, Mary. He omits mention of his son, Edmund Jr. In 1646, Edmund Chisman was father-in-law of John Lilly. Perhaps Mary was his mother. She died Dec. 11, 1678. Edmund, junior, married Lydia, aged 29, in 1678, "daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Bushrod," wife of Mr. Thomas Bushrod., who by his deposition was 53 in 1657. Lydia was niece of Capt. Farlow, one of Oliver Cromwell's soldiers, an expert mathmatician and subsequently one of Bacon's supporters in Virginia, for which Gov. Berkeley hanged him. Bushrod married, 1st, Mary, widow of Capt. Thomas Hill of "Essex Lodge," Washington's headquarters in 1781 at the siege of Yorktown, and originally patented by Capt. William Brocas of the Council.
Edmund Chisman, jr., qualified as justice July 25, 1670, and in Bacon's Rebellion was made a major. After Bacon's death he was captured by Robert Beverley in York River. When he was arraigned before Berkeley, and was asked "why he had engaged in Bacon's designs," his brave young wife took all the blame on herself and besought the Governor  "to hang her and pardon him." The Governor retorted with an indecent reproach, but Chisman cheated the gallows by dying in prison "of feare, of griefe or bad usage."
It is possible that religion had something to do with the rebellion of Chisman. In 1659, the Colony had been much excited by the new sect of Quakers. The Court of York, on Sept.  10, 1659, ordered the sheriff and his deputies to prevent all private and other meetings of "the turbulent people called Quakers." But the order was so futile that the Court, on the 29th of October following, complained that the Quakers met in York County oftener than anywhere else.
(5) In January, 1693--4, Robert Reade and Mary, his wife, conveyed lands (for the benefit of their eldest son, John) descending to said Mary Reade as daughter of Mr. John Lilly, who married the heiress of Edward Mason, a cooper, and in 1600 aged 60, his wife Margaret being 57 then. Y.R.C.
"John Lilly, the son of John Lilly of Milford Haven (Gloucester Co.) by D*** his wife, was baptized Aug. 3d, 1669." Pocosin Parish Reg.
Armiger Wade's will pr. April 24, 1677. Mentions sons, John Hay, John Lilly and Armiger Wade; daughters, Mary Hay deced and Dorothy Lilly, and grandchild Anne Wade Y.R.C.

There is a book in the Library of Congress called WADE FAMILY Wade ancestors and related families/ collected and compiled by Mrs. Jeff Wade Jr. 1984 revix\sed edition of 1973 publication with special emphasis on Edward Wade and Thomas Buford.         Descendants of Arminger Wade         Generation No. 1     1.  Arminger1 Wade was born WFT Est. 1573-1609, and died WFT Est. 1643-1695 in York, VA.     Children of Arminger Wade are: 2i.John Hay2 Wade, born WFT Est. 1601-1652; died WFT Est. 1616-1732. 3ii.John Lilly Wade, born WFT Est. 1601-1652; died WFT Est. 1616-1729. 4iii.Mary May Wade, born WFT Est. 1601-1652; died WFT Est. 1616-1732. 5iv.Arminger Wade, born Abt. 1620 in York, VA; died Abt. 1676 in York, VA.     More About Arminger Wade: BURI: York, VA     +6v.Dorothy Wade, born Abt. 1642; died WFT Est. 1692-1737.         Generation No. 2     6.  Dorothy2 Wade (Arminger1) was born Abt. 1642, and died WFT Est. 1692-1737.  She married John Lilly Abt. 1667 in York, VA, son of John Lilly and Mary ???.  He was born Abt. 1640, and died WFT Est. 1691-1732 in York, VA.     Notes for Dorothy Wade: !Library of Congress  WADE FAMILY  Wade ancestors and related families/collected and compiled by Mrs. Jeff. Wade Jr.  1984 revised ed of 1973 publication with special emphasis on Edward Wade and Thomas Buford.Revolutionary War Soldiers and their descendenteens. 1 Wade Family.  2. Edward Wade ca 1727-1790 3. Buford fam. 4. Southern States Genealogy. cs71.W119 1984  87-406239   929'.2'0973-dc19         More About John Lilly and Dorothy Wade: Marriage: Abt. 1667, York, VA     Children of Dorothy Wade and John Lilly are: 7i.Mary3 Lilly, born WFT Est. 1660-1687; died WFT Est. 1677-1770.  She married Robert Reade WFT Est. 1677-1721 in York, VA; born WFT Est. 1650-1686; died WFT Est. 1677-1764.     More About Robert Reade and Mary Lilly: Marriage: WFT Est. 1677-1721, York, VA     +8ii.John Lilly, born Abt. 1690 in VA; died WFT Est. 1709-1781 in Gloucester, VA.         Generation No. 3     8.  John3 Lilly (Dorothy2 Wade, Arminger1) was born Abt. 1690 in VA, and died WFT Est. 1709-1781 in Gloucester, VA.  He married Dorothy Billups Abt. 1688 in VA, daughter of Richard Billups.  She was born 1672 in VA, and died WFT Est. 1704-1766 in Matthews, VA.     Notes for John Lilly: !There were 2 more ch. names unknown     !Source:  All info. from LDS IGI index. Need submitter name         More About John Lilly: BURI: Gloucester, VA     More About John Lilly and Dorothy Billups: Marriage: Abt. 1688, VA     Children of John Lilly and Dorothy Billups are: 9i.Elizabeth4 Lilly, born 1688 in VA; died WFT Est. 1706-1782. 10ii.John Lilly, born 1690 in VA; died WFT Est. 1709-1781. +11iii.Edmund Lilly, born 1692 in VA; died WFT Est. 1731-1783 in VA. 12iv.Arminger Lilly, born 1694 in VA; died WFT Est. 1713-1785. 13v.Robert Lilly, born 1696 in Botetort, VA; died Abt. 1810 in Summers, W VA.     More About Robert Lilly: BURI: Flat Top Mtn, Summers, W VA     14vi.Thomas Lilly, born 1698 in VA; died WFT Est. 1712-1789. 15vii.William Lilly, born 1700 in VA; died September 12, 1781 in Gloucester, VA.     More About William Lilly: BURI: Gloucester, VA     16viii.Dorothy Lilly, born 1702 in VA; died WFT Est. 1703-1796.         Generation No. 4     11.  Edmund4 Lilly (John3, Dorothy2 Wade, Arminger1) was born 1692 in VA, and died WFT Est. 1731-1783 in VA.  He married ??? Fleming WFT Est. 1709-1743.  She was born WFT Est. 1687-1708, and died WFT Est. 1731-1796.     More About Edmund Lilly and ??? Fleming: Marriage: WFT Est. 1709-1743     Child of Edmund Lilly and ??? Fleming is: 17i.Edmon/Edmund Fleming5 Lilly, born Abt. 1728 in VA; died Bet. 1800 - 1815 in Anson, NC.  He married (1) Sarah Atkins WFT Est. 1745-1778; born WFT Est. 1724-1744; died WFT Est. 1745-1828.  He married (2) Sarah Dumas Abt. 1753 in Anson, NC; born Abt. 1732; died Aft. April 1756 in Anson, NC.     Notes for Edmon/Edmund Fleming Lilly: !He was a planter, large landowner, operated a grist mill in 1773 on Rocky River. Cen of 1790 shows him as largest slave owner in Montgomery Co NC. Had dwellings in Anson & Montgomery Co. Was a Baptist preacher & was pastor of Rocky River baptist Ch.in Anson Co.  Deeply pious, educated,cultured & wealthy Rec'd land grant #150 10 Apr 1753 Anson Co NC.     !Sources:1.   Jo White Linn  Genealogist Box 1948 Salisbury, N.C. 28145 1948 2.  "The McLendons of Anson Co." by Rosalind Redfearn McLendon 3.  Microfilm #1307613 LDS Salt Lake 4.  I G I LDS 5   Dumas Family and related Southern Families by Margaret Kimbrough Mulkey. Lib of Con. CS 571, K493 1917         More About Edmon/Edmund Fleming Lilly: BURI: Anson, NC     More About Edmon/Edmund Lilly and Sarah Atkins: Marriage: WFT Est. 1745-1778     More About Edmon/Edmund Lilly and Sarah Dumas: Marriage: Abt. 1753, Anson, NC[LillyGreyBowe.ftw]     John and Dorothy are named in her father Arminger's will proved 4-24-1677 recorded in York Co., VA     Book in Library of Congress called WADE FAMILY Wade ancestors and related families/collected and compiled by Mrs. Jeff Wade Jr. 1984 revised edetion of 1973 publication with special emphasis on Edward Wade and Thomas Buford.  It contains descendants of Arminger Wade.
 [Lilly2.FTW]

 There is a book in the Library of Congress called WADE FAMILY Wade ancestors and related families/ collected and compiled by Mrs. Jeff Wade Jr. 1984 revix\sed edition of 1973 publication with special emphasis on Edward Wade and Thomas Buford.


 Descendants of Arminger Wade


 Generation No. 1

 1.  Arminger1 Wade was born WFT Est. 1573-1609, and died WFT Est. 1643-1695 in York, VA.

 Children of Arminger Wade are:
 2i.John Hay2 Wade, born WFT Est. 1601-1652; died WFT Est. 1616-1732.
 3ii.John Lilly Wade, born WFT Est. 1601-1652; died WFT Est. 1616-1729.
 4iii.Mary May Wade, born WFT Est. 1601-1652; died WFT Est. 1616-1732.
 5iv.Arminger Wade, born Abt. 1620 in York, VA; died Abt. 1676 in York, VA.

 More About Arminger Wade:
 BURI: York, VA

 +6v.Dorothy Wade, born Abt. 1642; died WFT Est. 1692-1737.


 Generation No. 2

 6.  Dorothy2 Wade (Arminger1) was born Abt. 1642, and died WFT Est. 1692-1737.  She married John Lilly Abt. 1667 in York, VA, son of John Lilly and Mary ???.  He was born Abt. 1640, and died WFT Est. 1691-1732 in York, VA.

 Notes for Dorothy Wade:
 !Library of Congress  WADE FAMILY  Wade ancestors and related
 families/collected and compiled by Mrs. Jeff. Wade Jr.  1984 revised ed of 1973
 publication with special emphasis on Edward Wade and Thomas
 Buford.Revolutionary War Soldiers and their descendenteens. 1 Wade Family.  2.
 Edward Wade ca 1727-1790 3. Buford fam. 4. Southern States Genealogy.
 cs71.W119 1984  87-406239   929'.2'0973-dc19


 More About John Lilly and Dorothy Wade:
 Marriage: Abt. 1667, York, VA

 Children of Dorothy Wade and John Lilly are:
 7i.Mary3 Lilly, born WFT Est. 1660-1687; died WFT Est. 1677-1770.  She married Robert Reade WFT Est. 1677-1721 in York, VA; born WFT Est. 1650-1686; died WFT Est. 1677-1764.

 More About Robert Reade and Mary Lilly:
 Marriage: WFT Est. 1677-1721, York, VA

 +8ii.John Lilly, born Abt. 1690 in VA; died WFT Est. 1709-1781 in Gloucester, VA.


 Generation No. 3

 8.  John3 Lilly (Dorothy2 Wade, Arminger1) was born Abt. 1690 in VA, and died WFT Est. 1709-1781 in Gloucester, VA.  He married Dorothy Billups Abt. 1688 in VA, daughter of Richard Billups.  She was born 1672 in VA, and died WFT Est. 1704-1766 in Matthews, VA.

 Notes for John Lilly:
 !There were 2 more ch. names unknown

 !Source:  All info. from LDS IGI index. Need submitter name


 More About John Lilly:
 BURI: Gloucester, VA

 More About John Lilly and Dorothy Billups:
 Marriage: Abt. 1688, VA

 Children of John Lilly and Dorothy Billups are:
 9i.Elizabeth4 Lilly, born 1688 in VA; died WFT Est. 1706-1782.
 10ii.John Lilly, born 1690 in VA; died WFT Est. 1709-1781.
 +11iii.Edmund Lilly, born 1692 in VA; died WFT Est. 1731-1783 in VA.
 12iv.Arminger Lilly, born 1694 in VA; died WFT Est. 1713-1785.
 13v.Robert Lilly, born 1696 in Botetort, VA; died Abt. 1810 in Summers, W VA.

 More About Robert Lilly:
 BURI: Flat Top Mtn, Summers, W VA

 14vi.Thomas Lilly, born 1698 in VA; died WFT Est. 1712-1789.
 15vii.William Lilly, born 1700 in VA; died September 12, 1781 in Gloucester, VA.

 More About William Lilly:
 BURI: Gloucester, VA

 16viii.Dorothy Lilly, born 1702 in VA; died WFT Est. 1703-1796.


 Generation No. 4

 11.  Edmund4 Lilly (John3, Dorothy2 Wade, Arminger1) was born 1692 in VA, and died WFT Est. 1731-1783 in VA.  He married ??? Fleming WFT Est. 1709-1743.  She was born WFT Est. 1687-1708, and died WFT Est. 1731-1796.

 More About Edmund Lilly and ??? Fleming:
 Marriage: WFT Est. 1709-1743

 Child of Edmund Lilly and ??? Fleming is:
 17i.Edmon/Edmund Fleming5 Lilly, born Abt. 1728 in VA; died Bet. 1800 - 1815 in Anson, NC.  He married (1) Sarah Atkins WFT Est. 1745-1778; born WFT Est. 1724-1744; died WFT Est. 1745-1828.  He married (2) Sarah Dumas Abt. 1753 in Anson, NC; born Abt. 1732; died Aft. April 1756 in Anson, NC.

 Notes for Edmon/Edmund Fleming Lilly:
 !He was a planter, large landowner, operated a grist mill in 1773 on Rocky
 River. Cen of 1790 shows him as largest slave owner in Montgomery Co NC. Had
 dwellings in Anson & Montgomery Co. Was a Baptist preacher & was pastor of
 Rocky River baptist Ch.in Anson Co.  Deeply pious, educated,cultured & wealthy
 Rec'd land grant #150 10 Apr 1753 Anson Co NC.

 !Sources:1.   Jo White Linn  Genealogist Box 1948 Salisbury, N.C. 28145 1948
 2.  "The McLendons of Anson Co." by Rosalind Redfearn McLendon
 3.  Microfilm #1307613 LDS Salt Lake
 4.  I G I LDS
 5   Dumas Family and related Southern Families by Margaret Kimbrough
 Mulkey. Lib of Con. CS 571, K493 1917


 More About Edmon/Edmund Fleming Lilly:
 BURI: Anson, NC

 More About Edmon/Edmund Lilly and Sarah Atkins:
 Marriage: WFT Est. 1745-1778

 More About Edmon/Edmund Lilly and Sarah Dumas:
 Marriage: Abt. 1753, Anson, NC[LillyGreyBowe.ftw]

 John and Dorothy are named in her father Arminger's will proved 4-24-1677 recorded in York Co., VA

 Book in Library of Congress called WADE FAMILY Wade ancestors and related families/collected and compiled by Mrs. Jeff Wade Jr. 1984 revised edetion of 1973 publication with special emphasis on Edward Wade and Thomas Buford.  It contains descendants of Arminger Wade.

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