BURWELL

"Windows Into Our Past A Genealogy of Lewis Green & Associated Families, Volume 6", compiled by Judy Parsons Smith © 2005

Listed in Cavaliers & Pioneers Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants 1623-1800, by Nell Marion Nugent, we find the following Burrwell information:

(1)            Thomas Burrell  transported 7 Apr 1638 by Capt. Christopher Wormley  who received 500 acres for ten persons (location of land not given).
(2)           
William Burrell  and Elizabeth  his wife transported with 8 others by Edwyn Conaway , Clerk, who received 500 acres in Northampton Co. 8 October 1644, p. 155.
(3)           
Robert Burrell transported by George Eaton  18 Jun 1651, p. 215
(4)           
Robert Burwell , wife and 3 children out of Holland transported by Peter Knight  who was given land in Northumberland Co. 18 Mar 1662 for transporting two persons. P. 295
(5)           
Robert Burwell  275 acres Northumberland Co. 18 Mar 1662 for transporting two persons. P. 475
(6)           
Robert Burrell 250 acres Northumberland Co. 18 mar 1662 for transporting two persons, p. 544.

Edward Burwell , Gent .[i]

Edward “Edmund” Burwell Gent . bur. 19 Nov 1620, Ampthill , England [ii]; m. Jane Wingate [iii], daughter of Edmond  & Mary (Belfield) Wingate  of Shapenhoe

Edward Burwell , gent., is apparently the Edward Burrell that is named in the Charter dated May 30, 1609, commonly called "the Second Charter," to the VA Company[iv].

Edward  & Jane (Wingate) Burwell , gent had three (3) children:

1.       Edward Burwell [v], bapt. 24 Aug 1579
2.      
Jane Burwell [vi], m. 25 Aug 1619, Maulden to Edward Wingate
3.       Sister Burwell , m. Mr. Sheafe .

Edward Burwell [vii]

1.  Edward Burwell , son of Edward Burwell , b. probably bapt. 24 Aug 1579, Toddington, England; d. will dated 18 Oct 1626, proved 9 Nov 1626; m. ca. 1615 to Dorothy Bedell , daughter of William  & Elizabeth (unknown) Bedell  of “Catworth Magna”, County Huntingdon, also of “Moldesworth”, bapt in Great Catworth.  Dorothy (Bedell) Burwell  m 2nd 1637 to Roger Wingate  of London , later Treasurer of VA.

The will of Edward Burwell  was nuncupative, as follows[viii]:

"Oct. 18, 1626, Directions taken from my brother Burwell being upon his sick bed," desired that his children be brought up in the fear of God, left his whole estate to his wife Dorothy , desired his sister Sheafe to take his eldest daughter, and keep her as servant, and his sister Wingate to take his daughter Elizabeth, entreats Lord Bruce  to consider his faithful service to him, his brother Wingate to be overseer, and with him his brother Henry Beadles  (sic) and Mr. Edward Blofield : Witnesses, John Orpin  Clerke (clerk?) and Edward Wingate . Letters of administration were issued to Dorothy, the widow, on Nov. 9, 1626.

By Deed on 28 Jul 1648 in York Co., VA Dorothy (Bedell)(Burwell) Wingate , relict of Roger Wingate  Treasurer of VA, conveyed to her “well beloved son Lewis Burwell  all rents due at said Roger’s decease and confirmed to her by the King.”

Edward  & Dorothy (Bedwell) Burwell , Gent., had six (6) children:[ix]

1.1.       Edward Burwell , bapt. at Houghton Conquest, Apr. 14, 1616, bu. at  Ampthill, Mch. 4, 1620.
1.2.      
Dorothy Burwell , bapt. Ampthill, June 24, 1618, perhaps m. (???) Woodington, as Elizabeth Vaulx  conveyed land to her "kinsmen" John  and Charles Woodington  about 1657.
1.3.      
Elizabeth Burwell , bapt. Ampthill, February 25, 1620, probably m. Robert Vaulx or Vause, of London and some time of VA, merchant, who made a power of attorney to his "brother" Lewis Burwell , and whose wife about 1656 is called Elizabeth.
1.4.      
Lewis Burwell , bapt. at Ampthill, Mch. 5, 1621, the first of the name in VA.
1.5.      
George Burwell , bapt. at Ampthill, May 17, 1624.
1.6.      
Edward Burwell , bapt. at Ampthill, Feb. 19, 1625.

Lewis Burwell I

1.4.  Lewis Burwell I , son of Edward Burwell , m. Lucy Higginson , daughter of Capt. Robert Higginson . 

Lucy (Higginson) Burwell  m 2nd to Col. William Benard ; Lucy (Higginson)(Burwell) Benard  m 3rd to Philip Ludwell , former Governor of Carolina[x]

He received by Deed on 28 Jul 1648 in York Co., VA Dorothy (Bedell)(Burwell) Wingate , relict of Roger Wingate  Treasurer of VA, conveyed to her “well beloved son Lewis Burwell  all rents due at said Roger’s decease and confirmed to her by the King.”

The tombstone over the first Lewis Burwell  says "descended from the ancient family of the Burwells of the counties of Bedford and Northampton in England , who nothing more worthy in his birth than virtuous in his life," etc.

Philip  & Lucy ( Higginson )(Burwell)(Unknown) Ludwell  had:

·              Daughter Ludwell , m. Daniel Parke  of VA, killed while Governor of the Leeward Islands .
·             
Philip Ludwell , of the VA Council, who m. Hannah Harrison . Allowing for step-relations helps us to explain Governor Spotswood 's complaint that the Council embraced too many of one family. He says in one of his published Letters that six out of the ten members were related to Ludwell, who, as has been shown above, was step-uncle of the Burwells; and, on Mch. 9, 1713, probably having in mind some persons like Nathaniel Harrison , whose brother had married a Burwell, declares: "The greater part of the present Council are related to the Family of the Burwells. . . . If Mr. Bassett  and Mr. Berkeley  should take their places, there will be no less than seven so near related that they will go off the Bench whenever a Cause of the Burwells come to be tryed." [xi]

Lewis  & Lucy (Higginson) Burwell  I had:

     1.4.1.   Lewis Burwell , b. 1650; d. 1710; m 1st ca. 1671 to Abigail Smith [xii], b. 1636; d. 1672; m 2nd   1694 to Martha (Lear) Cole .

Lewis Burwell [xiii]

1.4.1.  Lewis Burwell , son of Lewis Burwell , b. 1650; d. 1710; m. 1st ca. 1671 to Abigail Smith [xiv], niece & heiress of Nathaniel Macon , b. 1636; d. 1672; m 2nd 1694 to Martha (Lear) Cole , (widow of William Cole ), daughter of John Lear , a councilor.

Abigail Smith  Burwell  was the niece & heiress of Nathaniel Macon , who was President of the Council and as such, Chief Magistrate of the Colony.  She was also a cousin of Nathaniel Bacon , the rebel who raised the revolt in 1676 known as Bacon’s Rebellion against the Governor of VA.

Lewis  & Abigail (Smith) Burwell  had ten (10) children:

1.4.1.1.        Nathaniel Burwell , b. 1680 or 1681; d. 1721; m. Elizabeth Carter .[xv]
1.4.1.2.       
Joanna Burwell [xvi], b. 1675; d. 7 Oct 1727; m. 28 Nov 1693 to William Bassett .
1.4.1.3.       
Elizabeth Burwell [xvii], b. 1677; d. 30 ___ 1734; m. Benjamin Harrison , b. 1673; d. 1710.
1.4.1.4.       
Jane Burwell [xviii], not named in Nathaniel Bacon 's will.[xix]
1.4.1.5.       
Bacon Burwell , not named as one of the children then living in Nathaniel Bacon 's will, buried at Carter's Creek, [xx]
1.4.1.6.       
Lewis Burwell , b. 1682 (?), d. Sep. 16, 1696[xxi], in his 15th year.
1.4.1.7.       
Lucy Burwell , d. Dec. 16, 1716[xxii], in 33rd year, m. Dec. 1, 1704, Edmund Berkeley , member of the Council, [xxiii]
1.4.1.8.       
Martha Burwell , m. Henry Armistead [xxiv].  She was probably the young lady with whom Gov. Nicholson  fell madly in love, swearing that if she married any one else, he would cut the throat of the bridegroom, the minister, and the justice who gave the license, the result of the matter being his removal from office[xxv].
1.4.1.9.       
Child Burwell [xxvi], d. before Mch. 15, 1691-2, the date of Nathaniel Bacon 's will.
1.4.1.10.    
James Burwell [xxvii], b 1688; d. will date 6 Sept 1718; 6 Oct 1718, age 29; m. Mary Armistead   

Lewis  & Martha ( Lear )( Cole ) Burwell  had ten (10) children:

1.4.1.11.     Lewis Burwell , d. 1736 or later, King’s Mill[xxviii]; m. probably Martha[xxix]? Armistead .
1.4.1.12.    
Son Burwell , d. young
1.4.1.13.    
Daughter Burwell , d. after 1710 or Possibly Judith , wife of George Dudly , she being called “sister’ by James Burwell  in his will, but she may have been sister of his wife.
1.4.1.14.    
Daughter Burwell , d. after 1710
1.4.1.15.    
Daughter Burwell , d. young
1.4.1.16.    
Daughter Burwell , d. young
1.4.1.17.    
Daughter Burwell , d. young
1.4.1.18.    
Daughter Burwell , d. young
1.4.1.19.    
Daughter Burwell , d. young
1.4.1.20.    
Daughter Burwell , d. young

Nathaniel Burwell [xxx]

1.4.1.1.  Nathaniel Burwell , son of Lewis  & Abigail (Smith) Burwell , b. 1680 or 1681, called "eldest son" on his tomb, probably meaning eldest surviving, will dated Aug. 20, 1721, d. 1721, in his 41st year, m. Elizabeth Carter , daughter of Robert Carter , aka “King Carter ”, she afterwards m. George Nicholas , M.D.

Nathaniel  & Elizabeth (Carter) Burwell  had three (3) sons:

1.2.4.1.1.             Hon. Lewis Burwell , Pres. of the Council of VA, d. before Mar., 1772, m. Mary Willis , daughter of Francis Willis  of Whitehall, d. 1746. 
1.2.4.1.2.            
Carter Burwell , of "The Grove," m. Lucy Grymes .
1.2.4.1.3.            
Robert Burwell , of Isle of Wight Co., d. in or after 1769, m. about 1742[xxxi] to Sally, step-sister of Pres. Nelson  of the VA Council, and of Secretary Nelson of the Council

George  & Elizabeth ( Carter )(Burwell) Nicholas , MD had a son:

1.2.4.1.4.             Robert Carter  Nicholas

Joanna Burwell [xxxii]

1.4.1.2.  Joanna Burwell [xxxiii], daughter of Lewis  & Abagail (Smith) Burwell , b. 1675[xxxiv]; d. 7 Oct 1727, age 53; m. 28 Nov 1693 to William Bassett .

William  & Joanna (Burwell) Bassett  had twelve (12) children[xxxv]:

1.4.1.2.1.         Martha Bassett , b. 1694
1.4.1.2.2.        
Elizabeth Bassett , b. 1697
1.4.1.2.3.        
Lucy Bassett , b. 1699
1.4.1.2.4.        
Joanna Bassett , b. 1701; d. 1702
1.4.1.2.5.        
Joanna Bassett , b. 1703
1.4.1.2.6.        
William Bassett , b. 1705; d. 1708
1.4.1.2.7.        
Lewis Bassett , b. 1707
1.4.1.2.8.        
William Bassett , b. 1709
1.4.1.2.9.        
Burwell Bassett , b. 1712
1.4.1.2.10.    
Hannah Bassett , b. 1714
1.4.1.2.11.    
Mary Bassett , b. 1716
1.4.1.2.12.    
Nathaniel Bassett , b. 1718

Elizabeth Burwell [xxxvi]

1.4.1.3.  Elizabeth Burwell , daughter of Lewis  & Abagail (Smith) Burwell , b. 1677; d. 30 (Monday) ____ 1734[xxxvii], age 50ish; m. Benjamin Harrison , b. 1673; d. 1710.

Benjamin  & Elizabeth (Burwell) Harrison  had a son[xxxviii]:

1.4.1.4.  Benjamin Harrison  of Berkely, d. 1744; m 1722 to Anna Carter , daughter of King Carter  of Corotoman, Lancaster Co., VA.

For Further Information See Benjamin Harrison

James Burwell [xxxix]

1.4.1.10.  James Burwell , son of Lewis  & Abigail (Smith) Burwell , b. 1688; d. will date 6 Sept 1718; 6 Oct 1718, age 29; m. to Mary Armistead .

James  & Mary (Armistead) Burwell  had two (2) children[xl]:

1.4.1.10.1.     Nathaniel Bacon Burwell , b. 1715; d. in or before Nov 1769; m, Margaret unknown
1.4.1.10.2.    
Child Burwell

Lewis Burwell [xli]

1.4.1.11.  Lewis Burwell , son of Lewis  & Martha (Lear)(Cole) Burwell , d. 1736 or later, King’s Mill[xlii]; m. probably Martha[xliii]? Armistead .

Lewis  & Miss (Armistead) Burwell  had two children:

1.4.1.11.1.     Lewis Burwell  of Kingsmill, d. 1784[xliv]; m. 1745 to Frances (Thacker) Bray
1.4.1.11.2.    
Armistead Burwell [xlv], m. Christian Blair .

Hon. Lewis Burwell

1.4.1.1.1.  Hon. Lewis Burwell[xlvi] , son of Nathaniel  & Elizabeth (Carter) Burwell , Pres. of the Council of VA, d. before Mch., 1772, m. Mary Willis , daughter of Francis Willis  of Whitehall, d. 1746. 

He was the President of the Council of VA.

Mary (Willis) Burwell  inherited “Purton” from John Smith .  By this marriage the Hon. Lewis Burwell  acquired ownership of Carter’s Creek, White Marsh, Whitehall and Purton.  His estate was assessed at 7800 acres in Gloucester County.  He was a patron of the races and kept fine horses.

Lewis  & Mary (Willis) Burwell  had two (2) children:

1.4.1.1.1.1.   Lewis Burwell , eldest son by said wife, living 1772[xlvii]
1.4.1.1.1.2.  
Rebecca Burwell , m. Jaqueline Ambler .  Jaqueline & Rebecca (Burwell) Ambler  had: Daughter Ambler  m. Chief Justice Marshall

Carter Burwell

1.4.1.1.2.  Carter Burwell , of "The Grove," son of Nathaniel  & Elizabeth (Carter) Burwell , m. Lucy Grymes .

Carter  & Lucy (Grymes) Burwell  had a (1) son:

1.4.1.1.2.1.   Nathaniel Burwell , of "Carter Hall," Clarke Co., Va., who m 1st to Susanna Grymes ; m 2nd to Lucy (Page) Baylor , widow of Geo. W. Baylor , daughter of Mann Page  of "Rosewell”

Robert Burwell

1.4.1.1.3.  Robert Burwell , of Isle of Wight Co., son of Nathaniel  & Elizabeth (Carter) Burwell , d. in or after 1769, m. about 1742[xlviii] to Sally (unknown),  step-sister of Pres. Nelson  of the VA Council, and of Secretary Nelson of the Council. 

Robert & Sally (unknown) Burwell  had three (3) children:

1.4.1.1.3.1.   Nathaniel Burwell , of Lancaster Co., m. Miss Wormeley
1.4.1.1.3.2.  
Frances Burwell , m. (1st. w. of) Gov. John Page
1.4.1.1.3.3.  
Elizabeth Burwell , m. William Nelson , President of the Council of VA.  William & Elizabeth (Burwell) Nelson  had among others:

1.4.1.1.3.3.1.          Thomas Nelson , Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Nathaniel Bacon Burwell [xlix]

1.4.1.10.1.  Nathaniel Bacon Burwell , son of James & Mary (Armistead) Burwell , b. 1715; d. in or before Nov 1769; m. to Margaret unknown,  d. 1779.

Nathaniel Bacon  & Margaret (unknown) Burwell  had three (3) children:

1.4.1.10.1.1.     James Jones Burwell , m. Ann unknown
1.4.1.10.1.2.    
Nathaniel Bacon Burwell Jr.,  b. 1750; d. 1801
1.4.1.10.1.3.     Lucy Burwell , m. John Read .  They had a daughter:

1.4.1.10.1.3.1.      Elizabeth Read , m 1st to Richard Howell ; m 2nd to Col. Edward Harwood .

Lewis Burwell [l] of Kingsmill

1.4.1.11.1.  Lewis Burwell  of Kingsmill, son of Lewis  & Miss (Armistead) Burwell , d. 1784[li]; m. 1745 to Frances (Thacker) Bray , (widow of Mr. Bray ) daughter of Edwin Thacker

Entail of her lands being docked[lii]

Lewis  & Frances (Thacker)(Bray) Burwell  had four (4) children:

1.4.1.11.1.1.      Col. Thacker Burwell  of Mecklenburg, m. Mary Armistead .
1.4.1.11.1.2.     
Armistead Burwell
1.4.1.11.1.3.     
Elizabeth Burwell , d. 1811, having been burned in the Richmond Theatre; m. 1764 to John Page .  They had 15 children.
1.4.1.11.1.4.     
Lewis Burwell  of Mecklenburg.  He was a Lieut. in the Revolution.

Armistead Burwell

1.4.1.11.2.  Armistead Burwell , son of Lewis & Miss (Armistead) Burwell , m. Christian Blair . 

Armistead & Christian (Blair) Burwell  had a son:

1.4.1.11.2.1.   Col. Lewis Burwell , b. 26 Sept 1745, Williamsburg, VA; d. 2 July 1800; m. Ann Spotswood [liii].

James Jones Burwell [liv]

1.4.1.10.1.1.  James Jones Burwell , son of Nathaniel Bacon  & Margaret (unknown) Burwell, m. Ann unknown.

Docks entail 1769.

James J. & Ann (unknown) Burwell  had four (4) children:

1.4.1.10.1.1.1.      James Burwell
1.4.1.10.1.1.2.     
Ann Burwell
1.4.1.10.1.1.3.     
Rachel Burwell
1.4.1.10.1.1.4.     
Bacon Burwell

Nathaniel Bacon Burwell  Jr.

1.4.1.10.1.2.  Nathaniel Bacon Burwell  Jr.,  son of Nathaniel Bacon  & Margaret (Unknown) Burwell , b. 1750; d. 1801; m 1st to Elizabeth Smith , daughter of John Smith  & granddaughter of Dr. Aug. Smith ; m 2nd 1780 to Patsy Diggs , daughter of Col. Dudley  & Martha (Armistead) Diggs , b. 1757.

Nathaniel Bacon Burwell  Jr.  had three (3) children:

1.4.1.10.1.2.      James Burwell , d. 1793
1.4.1.10.1.3.     
Nathaniel Burwell , d. 1798; m. Patsy Unknown
1.4.1.10.1.4.     
Daughter Burwell , m. Col. Harvie

Col. Thacker Burwell [lv] of Mecklenburg

1.4.1.11.1.1.  Col. Thacker Burwell  of Mecklenburg, Co., VA, son of Lewis & Frances (Thacker)(Bray) Burwell , m. Mary Armistead  (his cousin).

Col. Thacker Burwell  served during the Revolution.

Col. Thacker & Mary (Armistead) Burwell  had two (2) sons:

1.4.1.11.1.1.1.      Col. Lewis Burwell , son of Armistead & Christian (Blair) Burwell , b. 26 Sept 1745[lvi], Williamsburg, VA; d. 2 July 1800[lvii]
1.4.1.11.1.1.2.     
William Armistead  Burwell , d. 1821

Col. Lewis Burwell

1.4.1.11.1.1.1.  Col. Lewis Burwell , son of Armistead & Christian (Blair) Burwell , b. 26 Sept 1745[lviii], Williamsburg, VA; d. 2 July 1800[lix]; m. 24 Mar 1768[lx] to Ann Spotswood [lxi], granddaughter of Alexander Spotswood , Governor of VA, d . 14 Feb 1789[lxii]; m 2nd 13 Nov 1789[lxiii] to Elizabeth Harrison  cousin of General William H. Harrison , d. 19 Nov 1824[lxiv].

He Commanded a Regiment in the war of the Revolution.  He was a 14-year member of the VA Legislature.

Col. Lewis & Ann (Spotswood) Burwell  had twelve (12) children[lxv]:

1.4.1.11.1.1.1.1. Mary Burwell [lxvi], m. Col. Samuel Goode
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.2.
Armistead Burwell [lxvii], m. Lucy Crawley
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.3.
Ann Burwell [lxviii], m. to John Ravenscroft  of Bishop, NC
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.4.
Elizabeth Burwell [lxix], m. Ed. Tabb
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.5.
John Burwell [lxx], m. Miss Woods
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.6. Christian Burwell [lxxi], m. William Hamblin
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.7.
Lewis Burwell [lxxii], m. Sally Green
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.8.
Panthea Burwell [lxxiii], m. Richard Boyd
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.9.
Blair Burwell [lxxiv], m. Elizabeth Hatcher ; m 2nd to Delia Harris
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.10.         Spotswood Burwell [lxxv], m. Polly Marshall
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.11.        
Matilda Burwell [lxxvi], m. Alex Boyd
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.12.        
Harriet Burwell [lxxvii], d. infancy

Col. Lewis  & Elizabeth (Harrison) Burwell  had four (4) children[lxxviii]:

1.4.1.11.1.1.1.13.         H. Harrison Burwell [lxxix], m. Catharine Buford
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.14.        
P. Randolph Burwell [lxxx], m. Jane Sewell
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.15.        
Jean Blair Burwell [lxxxi], m. Col. William Eaton
1.4.1.11.1.1.1.16.        
Martha Burwell [lxxxii], m. Grandson Field ; m 2nd to John Field .

William Armistead  Burwell [lxxxiii]

1.4.1.11.1.1.2.  William Armistead  Burwell , son of Col. Thacker & Mary (Armistead) Burwell , d. 1821.

He was the private secretary to Thomas Jefferson , President of the United States.

William Armistead  Burwell  had two (2) sons:

1.4.1.11.1.1.2.1. Edwin Thacker  Burwell , d. s.p.
1.4.1.11.1.1.2.2.
Col. William M. Burwell , d. 1821; m. 1831 Frances Steptoe

Col. William M. Burwell[lxxxiv]

1.4.1.11.1.1.2.2.  Col. William M. Burwell  of VA and New Orleans, son of William Armistead Burwell , m. 1831 to Frances Steptoe  of Botetourt Co., VA; d, 1898.

He was a famous writer and statesman.

Col. William M. & Frances (Steptoe) Burwell  had three (3) children:

1.4.1.11.1.1.2.2.1.       Letitia Burwell  of Bedford City, VA
1.4.1.11.1.1.2.2.2.      
Kate Burwell , m. Mr. Bowyer
1.4.1.11.1.1.2.2.3.      
Daughter Burwell , m. Charles H. Todd  of Owensboro, Kentucky


[i] Probably this Edward Burwell  was the one baptized at Toddington, Aug. 24, 1579, described as son of Edward; and, while possibly the son of another wife, was no doubt the son of the Edward Burwell, called "Edmund" in one copy, who is mentioned in the Visitation of Bedfordshire aforesaid as having married Jane, daughter of Edmond Wingate of Sharpenhoe, by his wife Mary, dau. of Wm. Belfield   From:  "The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38.
[ii]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38.
[iii]
The "sister Wingate" in the will was Jane Burwell , married at Maulden, Aug. 25, 1619, to Edward Wingate ; she is called in the Visitation the daughter of Edw'd Burwell of Harlington, County Bedford , and that her mother was a Wingate appears from George Button's will, dated Dec. 4, 1618, before Jane's marriage, mentioning his "brother Wingate's niece Jane Burwell." From:  "The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38.
[iv]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38.
[v]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38.
[vi]
The "sister Wingate" in the will was Jane Burwell , married at Maulden, Aug. 25, 1619, to Edward Wingate ; she is called in the Visitation the daughter of Edw'd Burwell of Harlington, County Bedford , and that her mother was a Wingate appears from George Button's will, dated Dec. 4, 1618, before Jane's marriage, mentioning his "brother Wingate's niece Jane Burwell." From:  "The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38.
[vii]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38.
[viii]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38.
[ix]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38.
[x]
New England Hist. and Geneal. Register, Vol. XXXIII
[xi]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38.
[xii]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 3 & 5
[xiii]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 2
[xiv]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 3 & 5
[xv]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38. citing Will of Nathaniel Bacon , dated 15 March 1691-2.
[xvi]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 3 & 5
[xvii]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 4
[xviii]
  She probably died before Mrs. Bassett's birth,  bu. near her brothers Lewis and Bacon (see Bp. Meade's account of tombs at Carter's Creek)
[xix]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38. citing Will of Nathaniel Bacon , dated 15 March 1691-2.
[xx]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38. citing Will of Nathaniel Bacon , dated 15 March 1691-2.
[xxi]
probably the correct year, but Bp. Meade says 1676
[xxii]
Meade
[xxiii]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38. citing Will of Nathaniel Bacon , dated 15 March 1691-2.
[xxiv]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38. citing Will of Nathaniel Bacon , dated 15 March 1691-2.
[xxv]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38. citing Will of Nathaniel Bacon , dated 15 March 1691-2.
[xxvi]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38. citing Will of Nathaniel Bacon , dated 15 March 1691-2.
[xxvii]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 3 & 5
[xxviii]
Or Kingsmill.
[xxix]
Probably Marth and so the sister Martha of James Burwell ’s will.
[xxx]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38. citing Will of Nathaniel Bacon , dated 15 March 1691-2.
[xxxi]
According to Page's Genealogy of the Page Family in VA, 2nd edition,
[xxxii]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 3
[xxxiii]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38. citing Will of Nathaniel Bacon , dated 15 March 1691-2.
[xxxiv]
She is called "eldest daughter" on her husband's tomb, meaning probably eldest surviving.
[xxxv]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 3
[xxxvi]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 4
[xxxvii]
"The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38. citing Will of Nathaniel Bacon , dated 15 March 1691-2.
[xxxviii]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 4
[xxxix]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 5
[xl]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 5
[xli]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families  Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 2
[xlii]
Or Kingsmill.
[xliii]
Probably Marth and so the sister Martha of James Burwell ’s will.
[xliv]
4 Munford's Rep
[xlv]
See The Standard, published in Richmond , of June 18, 1881.
[xlvi]
Check for relationship between this family and one of Ancestors of Elda Cowne Parsons .
[xlvii]
see Hening's Statutes
[xlviii]
According to Page's Genealogy of the Page Family in VA, 2nd edition,
[xlix]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 5
[l]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families  Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 2
[li]
4 Munford's Rep
[lii]
Hening's Statutes, Vol. VI
[liii]
The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38
[liv]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 5
[lv]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families  Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 2
[lvi]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lvii]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lviii]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lix]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lx]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxi]
The Ancestory of Benjamin Harrison ." by Charles P. Keith, Privately Published. Philadelphia 1893. pgs. 34-38
[lxii]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxiii]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxiv]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxv]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxvi]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxvii]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxviii]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxix]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxx]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxxi]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxxii]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxxiii] Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxxiv]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxxv] Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxxvi]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxxvii]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxxviii]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxxix]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxxx]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxxxi]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxxxii]
Tombstone of Col. Lewis Burwell  erected by J.S.R. Burwell aided by relatives.
[lxxxiii]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families  Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 2
[lxxxiv]
Authorities for information on the Burwell & Associated Families  Keith’s Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison ; Visitation of Bedfordshire; Visitation of Huntingdonshire; Blayde’s Genealogical Bedfordiensis; Bishop Mead’s Old Churches and Families in VA; Henning’s Statutes at Large; Campbell’s History of VA; Tombstones at Carter’s Creek in Gloucester County, VA; Genealogical Column of the Richmond Times-Dispatch; Lineage Books NSDAR; York County, VA, Court Records; Franklin County, VA Court Records; Gloucester County, VA Court Records; James City County, VA, Court Records; King and Queen County, VA Court Records; Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, VA, by Rev. B.F. Nuckolls; Standard, published in Richmond, VA, June 18,1881; Record of Burwell Family, by George H. Burwell published 1908; Oliver’s Carter Pedigree; Goode’s VA Cousins; Page Genealogy, by R.C.M. Page, 1883; Paxton’s Marshall Genealogy; William & Mary Quarterly Magazine; VA Historical Magazine; Middlesex Parish Register, VA; History of Bruton Church, VA; Tyler’s Cradle of the Republic; Crozier’s VA County Records, Vol. V; New England History and Gen. Register Vol. XXXIII. – CHART 2