SteveJohnsonFamily - Person Sheet
SteveJohnsonFamily - Person Sheet
NameJohn Thurman
Birth1604, England
Death4 Apr 1669, Maryland
FatherRichard Thurman (~1550-)
Spouses
Birthabt 1605, England
Death?
Marriageabt 1630, England
ChildrenElizabeth (1632-?)
 Joan (1634-?)
 John (~1631-?)
Notes for John Thurman
In 1638, the family were residents of James City County, Virginia
Died in James City, New Kent Co., VA

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John Thurmer 1668
Will, Calvert Co.,
Maryland
Maryland Historical Magazine 3 June 1908

English Origins of American Colonists, p. English Origins of AMERICAN COLONISTS
[p.1] CLUES FROM ENGLISH ARCHIVES CONTRIBUTORY TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY.
[p.35] CLUES FROM ENGLISH ARCHIVES CONTRIBUTORY TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY. BY J. HENRY LEA AND J. R. HUTCHINSON.
page 38
I EDMUND MOORECROFTE of Virginia, merchant, being weake in body give vnto my sister Anne Thurmer £20 to buy her a piece of plate; vnto John Thurmer the younger twoe heifers; vnto Elizabeth Thurmer my god-daughter twoe heifers; and vnto Joan Thurmer the younger a heifer and a bull calfe, the latter to be exchanged as the stocke increaseth. I appoint my executors my sisters Elisabeth and Marie Morecrofte, who shall enioy all the goods belonging vnto me in Virginia or England. I do desire my brother in lawe John Thurmer, and Robert Hatt and Cornelius LloideWater's Gleanings, I, 85.* to administer uppon my estate here in Virginia in the behalfe of my sisters, and to send the produce thereof into England for their accompt, and alsoe to take an accompt of Mr William Thomson of what shalbe due to me either in the ffowerths or in seavenths, and to deliver the same to my sisters as aforesaid. I give vnto my brother John Thurmer for his paines £30, and to Robert Houlde £10. My will is that Mr Jeremie Blackman and William Church doe make sale of all such goods as are in the stores belonging to my marchants or any other Adventurers. Dated 18 Dec., 1638, "in Virginia." Witnesses: Nich: Stallinge, Richard Handson, John Webb.
Proved 20 June, 1639, by Elizabeth Morecrofte, sister of deceased and one of the executrices, power reserved to Mary Morecrofte the other. (P.C.C. Harvey, 102.)
New Entry:
There were Morecrofts of Ormeskirke in Lancashire with connections in Barbadoes, shown in will of James Fletcher, citizen and haberdasher of London, proved 25 May, 1656. (P.C.C. Berkley, 140.Waters, I, 394-6.*)

English Origins of American Colonists, p. English Origins of AMERICAN COLONISTS [p.166] GENEALOGICAL NOTES FROM THE HIGH COURT OF ADMIRALTY EXAMINATIONS. BY J. R. HUTCHINSON. [p.170] GENEALOGICAL NOTES FROM THE HIGH COURT OF ADMIRALTY EXAMINATIONS. BY J. R. HUTCHINSON.
page 174
John Thurmer of St. Catherine's near the Tower, planter, aged 55, deposes 3 August, 1652, that he has lived in Virginia.
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