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Thomas STANLEY I

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1. Thomas STANLEY I

SOURCE: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~damon/stanley/stan0001.htm#t2

On 14 December 1714 at Virginia, the first land records of Virginia shows " To all it may concern, know ye that for diver good causes and consideration, but more especially for the consideration of the importation of 16 persons to dwell within this colony of Virginia, whose names are Silliam Porter ..... etc. We have given granted and confirmed by these presents., for us our heirs and successors and do give grant and confirm unto Thomas Stanley Sr., James Stanley and Thomas Stanley Jr., one certain tract or parcel of land containing 800 acres lying and being on both sides of Cedar Creek, in St. Paul's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia. Witness our trusty and well beloved Alexander Spottswood, governor at Williamsburg this day of December 14, 1714" signed A. Spottswood.