|Notes for Sir Grey Skipwith 3rd. Baronet of Prestwoul|
|Sir Grey, described as Third Baronet and second son to Sir Henry. It's recorded that he removed to Virginia in America in about 1650 and established a family seat called "Prestwould", in Mecklenburg County, Virginia. He is also recorded as having a wife named "Bridget" with her surname not having been preserved.|
3rd battery of Virginia
Sources include, but are not limited to:
"Magna Charta Barons and their Descendants and the Baronial Order of Runnemede" by Charles H. Browning (1969).
"L.D.S. Church Ancestral File" (current in 1992).
"Bristol Parish", Virginia, by Slaughter, pages 225-231.
Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 3
SIR GREY SKIPWITH, Bart., d. in Virginia, 1680 who emigrated to Virginia during the Cromwellian usurpation, and acquired there an estate which he named "Prestwould" m. Elizabeth (surname unknown), who m. (secondly) William COALE, of
Anne Arundel Co., Md., and m. (thirdly) 29th June, 1704, Samuel CHEW, of Herring Creek, Md.
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