Bagnall, Elizabeth (c1630 VA - 1707 VA)


Reeves, Elizabeth (nee Bagnall)


Father: James Bagnall
Mother: Rebecca Parker(?) Bagnall Izard

Birth: c1630, Virginia
Birth Source: Will of Rebecca Izard, Isle of Wight County, VA 1675

Death: 1711, Essex County, Virginia
Death Source: Essex County Deeds & Wills Book 14, p. 17-18

Spouse1: Henry Reeves, Sr., m. c1655


Children of Henry Reeves, Sr. and Elizabeth Bagnall:
  1. Henry Reeves, Jr.
  2. Joseph Reeves
  3. James Reeves
  4. Martha Reeves, m. Robert M. Moseley
  5. Mary Reeves, m. Thomas Munday
  6. Ann Reeves, m. Edward Coleman
  7. Rebecca Reeves, m. Israel Johnson (?)
  8. Elizabeth Reeves, m. Thomas Sthreshley, Sr.

Will of Elizabeth Reeves
Dated May 4, 1709
Probated February 14, 1711-1712
Virginia Colonial Abstracts by Beverly Fleet
Essex County, Wills and Deeds, Book 14, 1711-1714

I give unto my six children: Elizabeth, Henry, Rebeckah, Joseph, Martha and Mary, Ten Shillings Sterling money in some convenient time after my decease.
I give unto my grandson, Edward Moseley, a young bay horse.
I give unto my grandson, Thomas Munday, one young black horse to him and his heirs forever.
I give and bequeath all the remaining part of my estate not yet bequeathed to my daughter, Ann Reeves, and her heirs lawfully begotten of her body forever.
Daughter, Ann Reeves, to be my whole and sole executor.
It is my desire that my executor give unto my servant boy, Samuel Henley, at the time of his freedom, one good suit of clothes and one two-year-old heifer.

Elizabeth Reeves
(by her mark)

It appears that there is a connection between Elizabeth Reeves, wife of Henry Reeves, Sr. and the Parke(r) family of Essex County. The will of George Parke (sic Parker?) of Essex County, named Elizabeth Reeves and provided legacies to James, Joseph, Mathew (sic Martha?) and Mary Reeves. Robert Coleman, Joseph Reeves and Henry Reeves witnessed the will. The relationship between Parke and the Reeves family was not stated, Essex County, November 15, 1697.

Also, Joseph Reeves was listed in an accounting of the estate of John Parker. He appears to have paid a debt to the estate, Essex County, not dated but appears in 1715.

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