George Glascock Family

George Glascock
b. 1675 Indian Banks, Virginia
d. abt 1714 Indian Banks,  VA

m.  Million Downman before 1706 Richmond, VA
b. 21 Oct 1683 Richmond, VA
d. 2 Oct 1750 Indian Banks, VA
her father: William Downman              her mother: Million Travers

his father: Thomas Glascock
his mother: Anne Nichols

Thomas Glascock
b. abt 1705  
d. bef. 7 Apr 1740 VA
    [will 1739]
m.  Jane              
William Glascock
b. abt 1704
d. 5 Feb 1784 Indian Banks, Richmond, VA
m. Esther Glasscock (b. abt 1712 VA 
d. bt 1779 VA)
George Glascock Jr.
b. 1703
d. 27 Feb 1753
m. Judith Ball (b.1706 d. 19 Sep 1766)
dau. of Wm. Ball and Hannah Heale*
Frances Glascock
b. 1707
d. bef 1797
m. Benjamin Miller 13 Ju. 1730 Richmond Co., VA
John Glascock b. 1709
d. 7 May 1756

One researcher says that the plantation that George Glasscock had was called "Indian Banks," Farnham, Richmond Co., Virginia.  It was called "Indian Banks" because it was part of the land where the  Morraughraownas Indians lived when white men first settled at Jamestown in 1607.  George Glasscock built the mansion home called "Indian Banks" which was later the home of Mary Ball, mother of George Washington.

1715-1716 Will of Robert Downman, brother of Million, also shows other relationships.
Robert Downman, Farn. Par., will; 7 Mar 1715, 4 Jul 1716 all land to bros. William and Travers; godson John Glascock; sisters Million Glascock, Elizabeth Downman, and Prisilla Downman; brother Rawleigh; ex: bros. Rawleigh and William; wits: Thomas Dale, Anne Tarpley, Mary Nickols. p. 272 [Headley p. 33]

1714 - Jun 2 - Inv. of George Glascock. Virginia Wills.  p. 184  [Headley p. 28]

1739/40 - Thomas Glascock, will; 16 Feb 1739/40, 7 Apr 1740 mother Million Glascock all est; ex: bros. William and George; wits: Robert Downman, John Glascock, Joseph Palmer. Virginia Wills p. 355 [Headley p. 81]

1747/50 - Millian Glascock, will; 5 Nov 1747, 3 Dec 1750 sons George and John; grsons. George (son of George), William Jr., and Thomas to receive the mill; grdaus. Judith, Millian, Winnie, and Priscilla; ex: son John; wits: John Durham, George Phillips, Gregory Glascock. Virginia Wills p. 644 [Headley p. 103]

1736- The following document actually shows that the marriage of William Ball
was actually to Hannah Heale rather than to Hannah Beale as even I had thought from other researchers works. 

                                                                              Heale Family
"This family seems to begin in Virginia with 1 Nicholas Haile, of York County, planter, who in 1654, gave a power of attorney, to Dr. Thomas Roots in Lancaster County.  He is succeeded in record by 2 George Heale, who executed a power of attorney, Novermber 8, 1677, and whose wife is named as Ellen in 1682.
       2. George Heale (Nicholas 1), was sworn justice of Lancaster Court in 1684; and in 1695 and 1697 he served as a member of the House of Burgesses.  He names in his will, dated December 30, 1677, and proved in Lancaster County, January 12, 1698, son-in-law, Mr. William Ball, and issue: 3 Nicholas; 4 George; 5 John; 6 Joseph; 7 Ellen. His widow, Mrs. Ellen Heale, made her will October 15, 1710, which was proved in Lancaster County, December 13, 1710, daughter, Ellen Heale, married Opie, probably John Opie, who married secondly Anne Metcalf, and was father of Lindsay Opie below.
      4. George Heale (George 2,  Nicholas 1) married Catherine Chinn, daughter of John Chinn and Elizabeth Travers, daughter of Colonel Raleigh Travers, (see wills of John Stretchley, 1698; Alice Stretchley, 1701; John Chinn, 1692;  William Fox, 1717, and Quarterly IV., p. 1) His wife was a sister of Ann Chinn, who married William Fox.  George Heale made his will, and it was proved September 23, 1736. [ source unknown but probably the William and Mary Quarterly . page 292]


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