OLDER HARVILLE RESEARCH

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Descendants of John Harewell

Generation No. 1

1. JOHN1 HAREWELL

Notes for JOHN HAREWELL:

This chart of these early English Harwells is based on the pedigree charts found in "The Visitation of Worcestershire, 1569"

Children of JOHN HAREWELL are:

i. JOHN2 HAREWELL.

2. ii. WILLIAM HAREWELL. 

 

Generation No. 2

2. WILLIAM2 HAREWELL (JOHN1) He married ELIZABETH DIKLESTON.

Notes for ELIZABETH DIKLESTON:

Daughter of John Dickleston, or Dickson, of Glouscester.

 

Child of WILLIAM HAREWELL and ELIZABETH DIKLESTON is:

3. i. ROGER3 HAREWELL.

 

Generation No. 3

3. ROGER3 HAREWELL (WILLIAM2, JOHN1) He married UNKNOWN.

Notes for UNKNOWN:

Co-heiress of Corbett of Cowleigh.

 

Child of ROGER HAREWELL and UNKNOWN is:

4. i. EDMOND4 HAREWELL.

 

Generation No. 4

4. EDMOND4 HAREWELL (ROGER3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) He married JANE RUSSELL.

Notes for EDMOND HAREWELL:

Edmund & the Abbot

RDH Note: The following is an excerpt from The Story of Besford Court by the Right Rev. Monsignor Newsome (Administrator), Birmingham: The Herald Press: 1927.

...by the marriage of Dickleston's daughter Elizabeth to William Harewell, became the property of the Harewells.

Roger Harewell, their son, does not appear to have lived at Bedsford, as he married the co-heiress of Corbett of Cowleigh, in which place he dwelt asa man of much account. In the reign of Henry VI, he was a Commissioner, jointly with the Abbot of Eversham, for raising by levy 149 archers in the county. His son, Edmund, married Jane, the daughter of Robert Russell of Strensham, and lived at Besford.

Some very interesting documents have lately been found at the Public Record Office, relative to a dispute between William Compton, Abbot of Pershore, and this Edmund Harewell. The year in which the dispute culminated is not certain, but it was probably towards the close of the period 1504-1527, during which time William Compton ruled at Pershore.

The first file (Court of Requests, Bun. 5/194) of these documents consists of the complaint of the Abbot, and of Harewell's answer thereto. Another document (Court of Requests, Bun. 4/146), now unfortunately separated from the other two, is the replication of the Abbot.

In his complaint the Abbot says that he and his servants, on the 11th July last, were in God's and the King's peace, within the Monastery and town of Pershore, not intending harm to anybody, when Harewell, accompained by John More, John Hill, John Ledyngton and William Nashe, arrived in the town. They were accompanied by ten or eleven riotous persons, so the Abbot alleges, and they were all "defensibly arraied in manner of Warre," with bows, arrows, swords, bucklers, and other unlawful weapons. Meeting with some of the Abbot's servants they forthwith assaulted them, no reason being given for this sudden attack. The servants were at once in fear and jeopardy of their lives, and "were gladde to flea with an hard escape" into the Abbey precincts, and to shut the gates--"to spare the abbey gats"--against the pursuers.

This is not enough for Harewell, but daily he threatens the Abbot's servants in such a manner that they really are afraid to go outside the precincts of the Abbey, which is greatly to the Abbot's and their hindrance, discomfort and peril and, of course, creates a position that is contrary to the law of the land. The Abbot therefore begs that Letters of Privy Seal may be issued to Harewell and his confederates summoning them to appear

before the Court of Requests to answer for their very wrong behaviour.

Harewell, with John More, answers that none of them are guilty of the Abbot's charges against them. It is true, Harewell continues, that he came into Pershore on the day as stated, accompained by some of his servants and tenants, but they all came from Besford in a quite peaceable manner, and simply because they wanted to have spoken with Gyles Grevill, gentleman--who, presumably, was the Abbot's Steward. They did not know that John Salbrugge was in the town, a man unmentioned by the Abbot in his complaint, but who evidently was a storm-centre. They all called at a certain alehouse, kept by a man named Peryn, and there asked for a cup of ale. Peryn's wife invited them all to enter the inn, but Harewell sent More in to bring out the ale. As he entered he was met by Salbrugge and another man unknown to them. Salbrugge struck violently at More with a wood-knife, and put him in jeopardy of his life, so if he received any hurt from More it was because the latter was forced to defend himself. Noboby else entered the inn, and nobody else struck any blows and, as for weapons of offence and defence, they only bore such as they were daily accustomed to have with them, except that More was wearing "a scull"--an iron defence for the head, sewed inside of the cap. This he wore for the surety of his life, for fear of the threats that Salbrugge, for a long time past, had been making that he would slay him whenever he should chance to meet him. In conclusion, Harewell derides the allegation of the Abbot that his servants had to flee for safety within the Abbey gates, and says that, on the contrary, he himself had to entreat them to keep inside the gates and to observe the King's peace.

The Abbot returns to the charge and, in his replication--of which the following is a modernised form of ther original document, of which a photograph (facing p.15) is alson given--now paints his picture in deeper colours:--

"The replication of the Abbot of Pershore to the answer of Edmund Harewell and John More. The said Abbot saith that the said bill is good and true in every point and that the matter in the said bill specified the said Edmund with all the other persons in the said bill mentioned in forcible manner with bows, bills, swords, and bucklers of their perpense malice came to Pershore aforesaid and perceived where the said John Salbrugge was drinking in a house near the Abbey Gate the same Edmund sent into the house five of his servants to the intent there to quarrel and beat the said John Salbrugge. And in the meantime he himself with his bow bent and others of his company with him ready with their weapons stood about the Abbey Gate aforesaid that if any of the said Abbot's servants had come forth to have beaten or slain them. And when his said servants came into the house where the said John Salbrugge was he knew them not but offered them to drink. And they answered unto him and said that they would drink with him anon. And forthwith they drew their weapons and sore wounded him almost to death and then drew him by the legs to the street. And the said John Salbrugge then thinking no otherwise but they would slay him called for a priest. Then came a friar that was waiting upon the said Edmund Harwell(sic) unto him. And the said Edmund then in a great fury came to the said John Salbrugge where he lay and gave him with his weapon a great stroke. And nay had the said friar been [there] he would have slain him out of hand but by means of the said friar which kneeled upon his knees and beseeched him to have pity with many lamentable words. And by means thereof he then forebore further meddling with him. And after incontinent [suddenly] the same Edmund went into a house and asked for water and said: "I have washed my hands in a knave's blood." And then a man of the said town said unto him, "I am sorry that this trouble is now fortuned." And he said "So I am not for this shall teach Abbey knaves to beware." And the said Edmund was not yet herewith content but on the morrow next ensuing he came to Pershore aforesaid accompanied with eight or nine persons with weapons and walked up and down in the said town. And divers times by the Abbey Gates aforesaid to the intent to have quarreled with the Abbot's servants. And when the said Abbot perceived that he charged all his servants, to keep them within the said Gates and so they did. Without that the said Edmund and those persons in the said bill named came to Pershore aforesaid for any other cause or intent than in this Replication is expressed and without that that the said John Salbrugge or any other person with him violently with a wood knife or any other weapon struck at the said John More in manner and form as the said answer is alleged all which matters the said Abbot is ready to prove..."

There the matter ends for there is no further record of this suit or of its result. Probably the Lord Abbot charitably omitted to mention the original provocation given by his own servants, but doubtless Harewell was as well able to take care of himself in the courts of justice an in a brawl.

Notes for JANE RUSSELL:

Jane, the daughter of Robert Russell of Strensham.

Children of EDMOND HAREWELL and JANE RUSSELL are:

5. i. THOMAS5 HAREWELL.

ii. DOROTHY HAREWELL, m. THOMAS WYNCHCOMB.

iii. ALVIS/ALLICE HAREWELL, m. WILLIAM MYLLE.

 

Generation No. 5

5. THOMAS5 HAREWELL (EDMOND4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) He married MARGERY VAMPAGE.

Notes for MARGERY VAMPAGE:

Daughter and coheire to Robert Vampage sister and coheire to John Vampage.

 

Children of THOMAS HAREWELL and MARGERY VAMPAGE are:

6. i. EDMUND II6 HAREWELL, b. Besford, Worcestershire, England; d. Besford, Worcestershire, England.

ii. THOMAS HAREWELL, m. MARGARETT HARMAN.

Notes for MARGARETT HARMAN:

Daughter of ..... Harman, widow of Richard Sheldon of Spechalay of Beely.

 

Generation No. 6

6. EDMUND II6 HAREWELL (THOMAS5, EDMOND4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born in Besford, Worcestershire, England, and died in Besford, Worcestershire, England. He married (1) MARGARET NEVILLE. He married (2) ELIZABETH BERRY. She was born Bef. 1550 in Hampton Poyle, Birkshire, England, and died in Besford, Worcestershire, England.

More About EDMUND II HAREWELL:

Comment 1: 1st of 5 Harewells to be High Sheriff

Occupation: 1575: High Sheriff

Notes for MARGARET NEVILLE:

Daughter of James Bury of Hampton Poyle in Oxfordshire.

Child of EDMUND HAREWELL and MARGARET NEVILLE is:

i. FRANCES7 HAREWELL.

Children of EDMUND HAREWELL and ELIZABETH BERRY are:

ii. ELIZABETH7 HAREWELL, b. Bef. 1563; d. 1563.

iii. RICHARD HAREWELL, b. 1561, Harewell, Worcestershire, England; d. 1576, [Besford Church], Harewell, England.

iv. JANE HAREWELL, b. circa 1562; d. Aft. Nov 1629, named in brother Francis's will; m. WILLIAM HACKLUYTT, 1583.

More About WILLIAM HACKLUYTT and JANE HAREWELL:

Marriage: 1583

v. ELIZABETH HAREWELL, b. 1565, Harewell, Worcestershire, England; d. 1631, Malvern, Worcestershire, England; m. WILLIAM LYGON, 1586, Besford Church, Worchestershire, England; b. Malvern, Worchestershire, England; d. 1608, Madresfield Court, Malvern, England.

More About WILLIAM LYGON and ELIZABETH HAREWELL:

Marriage: 1586, Besford Church, Worchestershire, England

7. vi. EDMUND HAREWELL, III, KT., b. 1567, Besford, Worchestershire, England; d. circa 1620, England.

vii. MARGARET HAREWELL, b. 1568; m. RICHARD MORTON, 1590, Besford Church, Worchestershire, England.

More About RICHARD MORTON and MARGARET HAREWELL:

Marriage: 1590, Besford Church, Worchestershire, England

viii. FFRANCIS (FRANK) HAREWELL, b. 1570, Harewell, Worcestershire, England; d. 1629, Birlingham, Worcestershire, England (will probated 11/17/1629); m. (1) MARY SHELDON, 1st wife; b. Birlingham, Worcestershire, England; d. 1617, Birlingham, Worcestershire, England; m. (2) FRANCIS BUSSY.

Notes for FFRANCIS (FRANK) HAREWELL:

5/23/1609: Second Charter of the London Company

Sir THOMAS HARWELL, who was knighted at Whitehall, Worechester on 7/23/1603, paid 37.10s and was among the incorporators of the Second Charter, which was comprised of 56 City Companys of London and 659 persons; of whom 21 were Peers, 96 Knights, 11 Doctors/Misters, 53 Captains, 28 Esquires, 58 gentlemen, 110 Merchants and 282 Citizens and others not classified. Of these, 230 paid 37.10s or more, 229 paid less, and 200 paid nothing at all.

The company was called the "Treasurer and Company of Adventurers and Planters of the City of London for the First Colony to Virginia. It was patented 10,000 acres to be settled in a 200-mile radius each way from coast to coast. It went bust in 1624.

2/03/1616: Minutes of the London Company, England

Sir EDMOND HARWELL to Mr. FRANCES HARWELL, 3 shares in the London Company {these were formerly shares of Sir Thomas Harwell, younger brother of Sir Edmund and Ffrancis}. 

3/15/1617: Record of the Virginia Company of London England

Ffrancis Harwell, Adventurer, among 50 other persons came over on the Ship "Francis Bonn Venture" having sealed Charter party between the owners and the company. The Court now did render thanks to same. 

2/13/1621/22: Records of the Virginia Company

The precedent Quarter Court beinge read a request was made in the behalfe of ffranc Harwell that for somuch as his elder brother Sr Edmund Harwell Kt of ye Bath had assigned unto him under his hand and seal all the interest he had to three Shares of land in Virginia descended unto the said Sr Edmund by the decease {1611} of Sr Thomas Harwell their younger brother who adventured 37 10s towards the advancement of the Plantacion as doth appear: the Court would therefore please to confirme the said shares unto the sd ffrancis Harwell; whereupon the books being searched and Sr Thomas Harwell the Adventurer {seems to suggest "investor" or "speculator" as opposed to "adventurer" per se} beinge found indebted 25 unto the Company upon Sr Edward Canways underwritinge for him to the fourth Roll, some Doubt was made whither those shares might be permitted to passe before the said Debt was cleared. After some dispute thereupon, it was resolved that Sr Thomas Harwell could not in equity be charged with that which another man for him had underwritten and instance was given of the verie like case allowed by Auditors and the debt renulled with which there is reason and president the Court being well satisfied and the shares therefore put to the question were by a general ereccon. of handle confirmed unto the said Ffrancis Harwell; inwhich shares one Mr. Kellam havinge an interest likewise from the said Sir Thomas Harwell

did not acknowledge in open Court his full assent into the passing of them unto the said Ffrancis Harwell which acknowledgement he did likewise testifie under his hand and seale upon the foot of the said assignment. 

5/20/1622: Records of the Virginia Company

Order was given for drawinge upp of two Patents nowe moved in Court; the one for Sr John Brooke

and his Associates, and the other for mr ffrancis Harwell mr Sheldon and others Cr.

The several Patents appointed to be made readie against this mornings Court were read and examined and beinge found agreeable to the lawes of the Company were put to the question and commended to this Afternoones Court for further consideration. The Patents were these:

Adventurers:

To Sr Jo: Brooke als Cobham

To mr Tho: Bulkely

To mr ffran: Harwell

To mr Edm: Winne

To Captain Dan. Tucker

Planters:

To Sr Bowyer Worsley

To mr Robt. Moston

To: Capt. Hen: Pelham

Approved in afternoon session 

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Last Will & Testament of  

FRANCIS HAREWELL

Birlingham, Worchester, England

Written 14 October 1629

Proved 17 November 1629 

In the name of God, amen.

I Francis Harewell of Birlingham in the Countie of Worchester Esquire beinge sicke in bodie but of perfect remembrance, thankes bee given unto Almightie God, and desirous to avoid all ambiguities, doubts and questions that maie after my decease arise and grow by reason of not making my will or dyinge intestate, Doe make and ordaine this my last will and testament in manner and forme followinge ffirst and principalle I commend my Soule unto my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ trustinge firmely by his infinite mercy and goodness and by his death and passion with out doubt to bee saved. And my bodie to bee buried where it shall please my Executor here after named to appoint in such decent sort and manner as shall be fitt and convenient for a man of my degree and callinge. And for the ordering and disposinge of such worldly goods cattells and chattells which has pleased allmightie God to bestowe upon mee.

Item: I give and bequeath unto my dearly beloved wife the Lady Ffrancis Bussey the some of ten pounds to bestowe on a diamond Ringe to weare for my sake.

Item: I give unto my Sister the Lady Elizabeth Lygon the some of five pounds to bestow uppon that she pleaseth in remembrance of my love unto her.

Item: I give unto my Sister Lady Jane Hackulite the some of three pounds to bestowe on what she pleaseth in remembrance of my love unto her.

Item: I give unto Lady Elizabeth Thorneburie the wife of Sir Benjamine Thorneburie all such Rings and Jewells as I shall be possessed of.

Lastly, I give and bequeath to the poore inhabitants of Birlingham the some of five pounds to bee equally divided amongst them according to the discretion of the Parson of the Towne.

All of my goods Cattells and Chattells and free lands of what nature or kind soever they bee I give and bequeath unto my welbeloved friend Sir Benjamine Thirnbury Knight whom I doe make and ordayne by this my last will and testament, my full and sole Executor renouncing all former wills heretofore by mee made.

In witness whereof I the said Ffrancis Harewell have hereunto subscribed my name and put my seale the fourteenth daie of October in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred twenty nine and in the fifth yeare of the Raigne of Charles by the grace of God Kinge of England, Scotland, Ffrance and Ireland defender of the faith &c.

Ffrancis Harewell subscribed and sealed the daie and yeare before written in the presence of:

Peter Bowne Edward Marshall John Brian 

Probatum fuit apud London ... Seventeenth day of November A.D. 1629

Juramentto domini Benjamini Thornburie Militis Executoris etc.

 

More About FFRANCIS (FRANK) HAREWELL:

Event 1: Mar 15, 1616/17, London Company: Francis Harwell among 50 who came over on "Francis Bona Venture"

Residence: Birlingham

More About FFRANCIS HAREWELL and MARY SHELDON:

Marriage: 1st wife

ix. THOMAS HAREWELL, KT., b. 1571, Harewell, Worcestershire, England; d. 1611, London, England.

Notes for THOMAS HAREWELL, KT.:

Was one of 20 peers and 90 knights who were Adventurers together with 600+ others in the Virginia Company of London soon after it received its First Charter from James I in 1606.

Was relatively poor at death in 1611 - had borrowed money to pay for the shares. His 3 shares descended to Edmund III and, following Edmund's death, to his brother Francis who left no heirs. 

More About THOMAS HAREWELL, KT.:

Comment 1: 1603:Knighted at the coronation of James I

Event 3: 1603, Knighted

Occupation: Military career

x. JUDITH HAREWELL, b. 1573, England; d. 1574, England.

xi. WILLIAM HAREWELL, b. 1575.

 

Generation No. 7

7. EDMUND7 HAREWELL, III, KT. (EDMUND II6, THOMAS5, EDMOND4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born 1567 in Besford, Worchestershire, England, and died circa 1620 in England. He married (1) SUSAN COLLES in Leigh Court, Worcestershire, England, daughter of EDMUND COLLES. She was born Bef. 1580 in Leigh Court, Worcestershire, England, and died 1604 in Besford, Worcestershire, England. He married (2) ELIZABETH GRIFFITH 1605. She was born in Pembrokeshire, England, and died in England.

More About EDMUND HAREWELL, III, KT.:

Comment 1: The last of the Harewells of Besford

Event 1: 1603, Knight of Bath / Sir Edmund

More About EDMUND HAREWELL and SUSAN COLLES:

Marriage: Leigh Court, Worcestershire, England

More About EDMUND HAREWELL and ELIZABETH GRIFFITH:

Marriage: 1605

Children of EDMUND HAREWELL and SUSAN COLLES are:

i. EDMUND8 HAREWELL IV, b. 1591.

ii. JOHN HAREWELL, b. 1596.

iii. ELIZABETH HAREWELL.

iv. ANNE HAREWELL.

v. MARY HAREWELL.

Children of EDMUND HAREWELL and ELIZABETH GRIFFITH are:

vi. LUCY8 HAREWELL.

vii. LUTTERELL HAREWELL.

viii. LUCY HAREWELL.

8. ix. FOULK HAREWELL, b. 1606, England; d. Jan 16, 1686/87, VA - Charles City (Westover? Warwick?).

x. NEVELL HAREWELL, b. 1610.

More About NEVELL HAREWELL:

Event 1: 1636, Sailed for America; never arrived ??

Event 3: 1636, Left Eng.

 

Generation No. 8

8. FOULK8 HAREWELL (EDMUND7, EDMUND II6, THOMAS5, EDMOND4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born 1606 in England, and died Jan 16, 1686/87 in VA - Charles City (Westover? Warwick?). He married (1) ELIZABETH HARTWELL Bef. 1636 in Probably Virginia, daughter of JOHN HARTWELL and MARGARET SHELMERDYNE. She was born Bef. 1621. He married (2) ALICE MASON Bef. 1647, daughter of FRANCIS MASON and ALICE GANEY. She died Sep 19, 1700 in VA - Elizabeth River.

Notes for FOULK HAREWELL:

Emigrated to America on December 19, 1635 with 45 other passengers aboard the Falcon, which was originally bound for Barbados from the port of London ... Brother John Neville Harwell, b.1610, emigrated to America in 1636, but there is no record of his descendants. 

From John Camden Hotten's Original Lists of Persons of Quality, 1600-1700, page 142-143:

Passenger Wch Passed From Ye Port of London

19 Dec: 1635

THEIS under-written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes imbarqued in the Falcon THo: IRISH Mr the Men have been examined by the Minister of the Towne of Gravesend touching their conformitie to the Church Discipline of England : And also have taken the oaths of Alleg: e Suprem. Die et Ao prd {sic}

yeres

ARNOLD OWNSTEDD ............ 30

THo: SKYDDELL ..................... 28

ANTO CADWOLD .................. 23

PHILLIPP MILLER ................... 21

MAXIMILLIAN PRICHARD..... 20

THo: TIFFIN ............................... 28

JO: BUTLER ............................. 21

PHINES TRUSEDELL ............ 18

BRYAN COWLY ...................... 30

JO: MASON ............................. 19

ROBERT HARRIS .................. 42

ABRAM SHAWE ..................... 20

GEO: SABYN .......................... 21

WM CARTWRITE ................... 23

NATHAN: MURFITT .............. 23

JO: BARNET .......................... 20

JAMES SPENCER ............... 25

JO CHUBNELL .................... 21

WM GUNTER ...................... 22

Jo: THURROGOOD ............. 20

THo: GREENE ...................... 16

RICHARD RICHARDSON .. 36

RABECCA BURCIS ............ 17

RICHARD PANKE .............. 19

LEONARD ROBINSON ...... 20

FRANCIS BUCK ................... 20

JOHN HOGG ......................... 21

ROBERT SYMPER .............. 20

THO: PAGE ........................... 20

DENNIS BRITTIN [or BRITTON).. 20

Jo: ROGERS ........................ 18

JAMES WOLTON ............... 22

Jo: BURKITT ........................ 21

THo: HARRWELL ............... 29

GREGORIE BOOTH .......... 18

EDWARD HOWE ................ 19

ROBT CLARK ..................... 18

FRANCIS MARTIN ............ 18

THo: WEBB .......................... 22

JO: SCOTT ........................... 42

THo. EVANs ........................ 23

WM PHILLIPS ..................... 28

JAMES COTESWORTH ... 21

ELLINN ROBB .................... 27

filia ELIZABETH ROBB ... 7

THo: CLARK ........................ 27

46 Total Passengers

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Evidence that Thomas Harwell who sailed from Gravesend was not the same person as Faulk Harewell, from - http://www.teleport.com/~binder/8middle.htm:

According to sir Edward Coke's Law Commentary, " a man cannot have two given names of baptism; on bills of sale that purchaser shall be named by the name of his baptism and his surname." Royal personages were always allowed to have more than one given name. As late as 1600, it was said that there were only four persons in all of England who had two given names. In 1620, when the Mayflower sailed for America, nobody aboard had a middle name. Middle names became common in the US after 1800. In the first Federal Census of 1790, none were listed, but the next generation began this practice.

More About FOULK HAREWELL:

Comment 1: Left London on the Falcon/Capt Tho: Irish

Event 1: Dec 19, 1635, Sailed aboard the Falcon for Barbados

Event 2: 1636, Bro. John Neville sailed but didn't arrive

Religion: Church of England ? Quaker ?

Residence: Virginia

More About FOULK HAREWELL and ELIZABETH HARTWELL:

Marriage: Bef. 1636, Probably Virginia

More About FOULK HAREWELL and ALICE MASON:

Marriage: Bef. 1647

Children of FOULK HAREWELL and ELIZABETH HARTWELL are:

i. JOHN9 HARWELL, b. 1636.

More About JOHN HARWELL:

Occupation: Goldsmith

ii. EDMUND HARWELL, MAJOR, b. 1639, Probably Virginia; d. 1698, Probably Virginia; m. ELIZABETH (EDMONDS?) EDWARDS, Bef. 1661, Probably Virginia.

More About EDMUND HARWELL and ELIZABETH EDWARDS:

Marriage: Bef. 1661, Probably Virginia

iii. SAMUEL HARWELL, b. 1635.

Children of FOULK HAREWELL and ALICE MASON are:

iv. SARAH9 HARWELL, b. Nov 1, 1647.

v. THOMAS HARWELL, b. Jan 22, 1648/49.

vi. HENRY HARWELL, b. Aug 18, 1652; d. Bef. Jul 18, 1700; m. ELIZABETH COTCHING, Aug 7, 1680, VA - Elizabeth River.

More About HENRY HARWELL and ELIZABETH COTCHING:

Marriage: Aug 7, 1680, VA - Elizabeth River

vii. JOHN HARWELL, b. Apr 22, 1655; d. Mar 10, 1670/71.

viii. JOSEPH HARWELL, b. Jun 15, 1657.

ix. BENJAMIN HARWELL, b. Dec 28, 1659.

x. ELIZABETH HARWELL, b. Jul 9, 1662; m. NATHAN NEWBY, Oct 13, 1687, VA - Elizabeth River.

More About NATHAN NEWBY and ELIZABETH HARWELL:

Marriage: Oct 13, 1687, VA - Elizabeth River

xi. ALICE HARWELL, b. Dec 16, 1664; m. JOHN SMALL, Dec 25, 1688, VA - Nansemond.

More About JOHN SMALL and ALICE HARWELL:

Marriage: Dec 25, 1688, VA - Nansemond

xii. EDMUND HARWELL, b. Sep 15, 1667.

xiii. JOHN HARWELL, b. Sep 5, 1672.

 

 

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