Birth Source: Reliques of the Rives
Death Source: Reliques of the Rives
- George Ryves, b. c1656, d. 1718
- Elizabeth Ryves, b. c1658, d. 1664
- Marie Ryves, b. 1661
- Margaret Ryves, b. 1663
- Timothy Ryves, b. 1666
- Elizabeth Ryves, b. 1668
- Amie Ryves, b. 1671
- Joan Ryves, b. 1673
From Reliques of the Rives:
George Ryves, of Woodstock, Oxfordshire; born about 1632; died in 1677; is of especial interest as the brother of the emigrant to Virginia. He is the only child of Timothy Ryves who is noted by Hutchins who records him as "settled at Woodstock" but adds no other details concerning him. As he is the only child mentioned by Hutchins it may be inferred that he was the ultimate heir of his father. He apparently settled at Woodstock about 1657. This may be presup posed from the fact that, although the parish register of Woodstock begins with the year 1653 and though it contains notices of the baptism of all his children born after 1657/8, there is no mention of his son, George Ryves, born about 1656. He held the respected position of town clerk of Woodstock which became vacant at his death in 1677 (Cal. State Papers, 1676/7) and was buried at Woodstock, according to an entry in the Woodstock parish register reading, "George Ryves Sen. was buried the ninth daye of July (1677)." A diligent search of available records has failed to disclose his will which may have made mention of his brother in Virginia.
He married Joan, for whom the only testimony is the register of the parish of Woodstock, Oxfordshire, which records the baptism of her children, and her burial, 22 February 1677, as "Joan Ryves the wife of Mr George Ryves," and had issue by her: (see above).