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John Willis (Wille, Wyllys, Willies)
John Willis b. 1710 d. 1762 was married to Elizabeth Plunkett b. 1715 d. 1798. His parents were: William Willis b. 1680 d. 1716 in Virginia. His wife was Sarah Hawksford b. 1690 d. 1761. His parents were: John Willis b. 1658 d. 1715 married to wife Ann ? b. 1658 d. 1693 lived in Middlesex, VA. His parents: Thomas Willis, b. 1625 d 1660 wife Mary Bentley b 1633 d. 1684 lived in Middlesex, VA (early colonial settlers). His parents were Richard Willis b 1600 (Cambridgeshire, England) d 1626 (in Virginia) wife was Jane Henemarsh b 1603 d 1629. His father was Richard Wyllys b 1573 d 1597 Fennycompton, Warwickshire, England to wife Hester Chambers b 1567 d 1597 Oxfordshire, England. His father was Ambrosius Wyllys b 1533 d 1590 wife Agneta Coales b 1535 d 1572. His father was William Wyllys b 1512 d 1598 wife anna Clarke b 1516 d 1536. His father was Richard Wyllys b 1468 d 1532 and his wife Joane Grant b 1486 d. ?. His father was Thomas Willies b 1415 d 1482 and wife ? from Priors Marson, Warwickshire, England. His father was Richard Willies b 1395 d ? and wife Joan Jeames b 1398 d 1476. His father was ? Willies b 1375 d ? and wife unknown. His father was Richard Wylls b 1350 d? and wife unknown. That's as far back as I've gotten on my grandmother's lineage.

Posted Oct 2010
Little Hadham, Hertfordshire


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