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  William Keyton, circa 1716, a "Mulatto Man" presented by the Westmoreland County, Virginia Court May 26, 1741 for cohabiting with a white woman named Sarah Heath & having several children.
He was / may have been brother to Bridget Keyton, who was presented two months later on July 29, 1741 for cohabiting with Aaron Rose & having several children.
[Orders 1739-43, 99a, 114a].
Hull Springs Farm ~ Mary Farley Ames Lee
William Lee Family Line
Richard Henry Lee
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Gen. Robert E Lee
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Writ iffued by Ira Kirkman, (Clk.) to Sheriff of Weftmoreland Corequiring the arreft of Mr. John Lee, one of the Executors of the laft will and teftament of Col. Ricd Lee, to appear before Gov. and Council, on 3d day of next Genl. Court, “in the forenoon," to anfwer the suit of Edmund Lifbro, as marrying ••• Anne, relict of the said Col. Lee.                    Sep’r 24th 1668

 

 

 

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Connections of the line to John Shears Olliff would have to occur in Virginia.  Authors believe that their “Olliff” line is probably not related to the “James Olive” line & plan to concentrate future research on John Shears Olliff’s ancestry by researching the “Oliff” lines of Richmond & Westmoreland Counties, Va.  It should be noted that the Virginia “Oliff” line resided less than 20 miles from where the “Olive” line originated in Gloucester County, Va. 

 

 

 

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