Associated Person

Linked to Site(s):

Fendall   Fair Fountain  

Josias Fendall

Occupation: Governor, Planter
Born: 1630
Death: 1688
Ethnicity: English
Religion: Protestant
Place of Birth: Unknown, England
Place of Death: Unknown, Virginia
Mother's Name: Unknown
Mother's Origin: Probably England
Father's Name: Unknown
Father's Origin: England
Estate Value (£ s d): Unknown
Servants: 2 (2 male)
Name of SpouseDate of MarriageMarriage Place
Mary 1661Charles County, Maryland
Mary Gooch 1683Maryland
Name of ChildBirth Date
Henry Fendall 1663
Josias Fendall 1668
Robert Fendall 1672
Mary Fendall 1673
John Fendall 1674
Jane Fendall 1675
Bridgett Fendall 1683
Bayne's Land/Charleston400 Deed Liber K folio 167 Charles County, Land before banished
Fair Fountain1000 Charles County,Later sold to Henry Hawkins
Cool Springs1050 Pat. Rec. Q pg. 198 Present-day Prince George's County
Great Oak2000 Pat. Rec. Q pg. 423 Kent County
Unknown100 Abstracts - Deed Book A. Perquiman's County, North Carolina. History of Perquimans County. Ellen Goode, Raleigh, NC. 1931. Present-day North Carolina

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