NOTE: "Ancient Thomas Savage", Arrived in America, Jamestown, VA, w/ the "First Supply" on the ship known as "the JOHN and FRANCIS", in Jan 1607/8; He was 13 years of age and was listed as a "laborer" on the passenger list. b. 1595 ENG; d. Abt. 1632 Northampton, VA. " In 1624 Thomas was living in Eastern Shore, VA"+Ann "Hannah" Tyng, b. Bef. 1621 ; d. 1641 Northhampton, VA
Child of Thomas and Hannah:
1. John Savage, b. bet. 1621 - 1624; d. abt. 1678.
Capt. John Savage,
b. Bet. 1621 - 1624; m. (1) ca. 1638; m. (2) 16 Dec 1667
NOTE: Capt. John Savage's will, granted William land for his use till his death. [ "To my granddaughter Susannah Kendall , the daughter of John and Susannah, the 100 a. plantation whereon William Cowdrey, my son-in-law, now dwells, which I have given him for life."]Children of John and Mary:
4. Thomas Savage, II, b. Abt.1668, Northampton, VA; Will was probated 11 Jun 1728, Northampton Co., VA; m. 1690
+Alicia HARMANSON, b. Abt. 1650
5. Mary Savage, b. 1670, Northampton, VA
+Sampson WEBSTER, b. Abt. 1660
6. John Savage, b. 1673, Northampton, VA
+Elizabeth GASCOIGNE, b. Abt. 1680
7. Elkington Savage, b. February 14, 1672/73, Northampton, VA [see next generation]
8. Frances Savage, b. Abt. 1674, Northampton, VA; d. Abt. 1720; m. (1) 1690; m. (2) 1695
+Samuel POWELL, b. Abt. 1670
+John JONES, b. Abt. 1680; d. 1734; John's will was probated 12 Feb. 1733/4 in Northampton Co., VA.
NOTE: William Cowdrey's wife, __?__ [Savage] Cowdrey, daughter of Capt John Savage, died, leaving William a widower. His father-in-law, John Savage died leaving his second wife, Mary [Robbins] Savage, a widow abt. 1678. Wm. Cowdrey then marries his mother-in-law, Mary [Robbins] Savage, and they have a child named Grace.
b. Feb 14, 1672/73 Northampton, VA; d. Nov 17, 1719, Northampton, VA; m. 1695
NOTE: Thomas Cowdrey, Junr.'s father was Thomas Cowdrey,
Senr. Thomas, Senr. was a brother to William Cowdrey.
American Plantations and Colonies
Edited by John Camden Hotten
Chatto and Windus, Publishers, London, England, 1874.
"The First Supply"
"Adventures of Purse and Person"
Compiled and edited by Martha Woodroof Hiden
The Miles Files
Barry W. Miles and Moody K. Miles
Will of Capt. John Savage
Ralph T. Whitelaw Letter