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Richard SANDERS (1661-1726) m. Deborah THURSTON (1665-1725)
s/o James Sanders (1624-1680) and Verina ROPER (1640-1662)
d/o unk
p/o John SANDERS (1690-1767)

Children:
1. Ann (1672-1707) m. John Williams, 1690
2. Richard (1682-1769) m. Hannah Nicholson, 1730
3. Abraham (1690-1750) m. Sarah or Judith Pritloe, 1716
4. John (1690-1767) m. (1) Priscilla Pritlowe, 1716; (2) Ann Holmes, 1732
5. Robert



13 Jul 1661 Richard SANDERS born at Hungars, Northampton, Virginia [Richard Sanders son of James & Virlinda Sanders - July 13th. In Vol. XVIII, page 178 and seq. of the
Willam and Mary Quarterly Historical Magazine] [One theory: William Richard Sanders, son of John L Sanders and Susannah Phoebe Robinett, was born 13 July 1661 in Gungar Hungars Parish, Nottingham County, Virginia. He was married 6 April 1682, in Chaclkatuck Meeting House, Nancemond County, Virginia, to Mrs. Deborah (Hall) Thurston, who was born in 1670, Nancemond County, Virginia. Her parents: Moses Hall, born 1685, England, immigrated to Nancemond County, Virginia, and died there in 1750, son of Thomas Duke and Mary Maybe Hapton; Married 7 November 1707, in Chaclkatuck Monthly Meeting, Nancemond County, to Margaret Duke who was born 10 October 1674, Nancemond County, and died there in 1769, the daughter of Thomas Duke and Margaret Thacker; Deborah died in 1692; he died in 1726, in Virginia Cane Creek, New Hanover, North Carolina; Children: Richard Sanders, born 1682; Robert Sanders born 1683; Benjamin Sanders Sr., born 1684, New Kent, Virginia; Isaac Sanders; William Sanders; Francis Abraham Sanders, born 1690, New Kent, Virginia, died 1750, Perquimans County, North Carolina; John Sanders, born 1695, New Kent, Virginia, died 1767 Cumberland, Cumberland County, North Carolina; married to Priscila Pritlowe, born 11 June 1691, Perquimans, North Carolina, died July 1728, Perquimans County, daughter of John Pritlowe and Elizabeth Sobrell.

1664 Richard Sanders listed as immigrant at VA: NOTTINGHAM, STRATTON.
Certificates and Rights, Accomack County, Virginia, 1663-1709. Baltimore, MD: Clearfield Co., Inc., 1997. p.12

1665 Deborah THURSTON born at
Nansemond, Virginia

bef 1672 Richard SANDERS and Deborah THURSTON married (one source says birth 9 Apr 1682 at Chuckatuck MM, Nansemond, NC

1672 dau Ann born at Isle of Wight, VA; died 1707 at Bertie, NC; married John WILLIAMS Jr in 1690 in VA

1675 Richard Sanders listed as immigrant at MD: SKORDAS, GUST, editor.
The Early Settlers of Maryland: an Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1968. 525p. Repr. 1986. p.405.

10 Jul 1680 Richard Sanders grantee 300 acres in the upper parish of Nanzemund, at the head of Captn. John Masone in the Western branch [From The Library of Virginia - Colonial, Land, Bible Records, etc]


23 Apr 1681 Patent devised by John Sanders in his Last Will & Testament for 150 ac to two sons, William and Richard Sanders, and same came into the hands of John Sanders son of the aforesaid Richard Sanders and grandson to the aforesaid John Sanders, and by the death of John Sanders became an inheritance of his brother Robert Sanders; later bought by Joseph Holland from William Murfee, March 26, 1745, of Upper Parish of Nansemond, said land lying in Lower Parish of Isle of Wight, adjacent to George Keen and William Sanders, part of a patent granted April 23, 1681 to Jonathan Robinson, Richard Thomas, and John Sanders, devised this part to two sons, William and Richard Sanders, and same came into the hands of John Sanders son of the aforesaid Richard Sanders and grandson to the aforesaid John Sanders, and by the death of John Sanders became an inheritance of his brother Robert Sanders who sold same to Thomas Sanders by deed bearing date April 13, 1733 and Thomas Sanders sold to William Murfee September 17, 1737, who now sells to Joseph Holland. Wits: Phillip Cremer, James Uzzell, Henry Holland [From Historical Southern Families, vol. 1, p. 270-271, by John Bennett Boddie]

1682 son Richard born at Nansemond, VA; died 1769 at Perquimans, NC; married Hannah NICHOLSON 14 Nov 1730 at Piney Woods, Perquimans, NC

20 Oct 1689 Richard & John Sanders grantees 350 acres on the Western branch in the upper Pish of Nantzemond County [From The Library of Virginia - Colonial, Land, Bible Records, etc]

1690 son Abraham born at New Kent, New Kent, VA; died 6 Apr 1750 at Perquimans, NC; married Sarah Pritloe or Judith Pritloe on 1 Aug 1716 at Perquimans, NC

1690 son John born at New Kent, New Kent, VA (one source says Nansemond, VA); died 1767 at Cumberland, Cumberland, NC; married (1) Priscilla Pritlowe 8 Mar 1716 at Perquimans, NC (Priscilla died 12 Aug 1727); (2) Ann HOLMES abt 1732 at Cumberland, Cumberland, NC

nd son Robert born

25 Apr 1701 Richard Sanders James Lowry grantee 43 acres on the northern side of the southern branch of Nansemond River, adjoining the land of Henry Plumpton, Richard Sanders, Thomas Mountford, &c. Nansemond County [From The Library of Virginia - Colonial, Land, Bible Records, etc]

24 Apr 1703 Richard Sanders grantee 127 acres of land and marsh. On the South west side of the Western branch of Nansemond River, adjoining the Land of Major Henry Baker, Nansemond County [From The Library of Virginia - Colonial, Land, Bible Records, etc]


22 Sep 1722 Maccome, John, Naomi, Neome - will of Elizabeth Hinman, widow of Richard Hinman dated 22 Sep 1722 proved 5 Feb 1722 to dau Esther Hornby. dau Comfort Mary Hinman, grandchildren William Hinman, Naomi Maccome, Thomas Hinman, Baly Hinman, Argill Hinman. To Rachel Fitchett. To Neal Mackenny's dau Katherine. Grandson Richard Hinman. Son Argill Hinman. Son Baly Hinman. Grandson John Maccome. To Richard Sanders. Dau Neome Maccome. Granddau Sarah Hinman. Son in law John Hornby. Dau Comfort Mary Hinman resid legatee and exr. Witt: John Johnson, Weatherington Fitchett - p. 459, Index of Accomack Co Va Wills & Admins 1663-1800 compiled by Stratton Nottingham

1725 Deborah THURSTON died at Virginia

9 Mar 1724 Richard Sanders Will index Northhampton County [From The Library of Virginia - Colonial, Land, Bible Records, etc]

10 Oct 1725 Richard SANDERS died at New Hanover, North Carolina (FindAGrave says location was Isle of Wight, VA and buried at Nansemond-Suffolk Cemetery; also says parents were John Sanders I and Susannah Phobe Sanders.