AMERICA THE GREAT MELTING POT
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1. Jane Smith
2. John Smith 23/Feb/1689/90
3. Maurice Smith Abt 1691
4. Samuel Smith Abt 1694
His children were still very young when this John Smith died. John Wyat, an uncle, became the guardian for the younger two son, Samuel Smith and his older brother, Maurice Smith.
WILL abstract from Middlesex County, Virginia Wills and Inventories 1673 - 1812 and Other Court Papers by William Lindsay Hopkins , 1989.
p. (103) John Smith... 8 Feb 1695/6 Apr 1606... Son John Smith the plantation were my father, Mr. Alexander Smith, did live. Son Maurice Smith the plantation called three Springs. Son Samuel Smith 110 acres granted by patent. Daughter Jane Smith. My four children viz. John Smith, Maurice Smith, Samuel Smith and Jane Smith. Exor: My brother Maurice cock. Wit: Joanna Arkings, John Massey and Elizabeth Bildenhast.
We have a copy of the original will, but it is pretty much unreadable.