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Generation No. 3

     6.  Bartholomew3 Cox (John2, William1 Coxe) was born Bef. 1665 in Henrico co., Va., and died Bef. June 15, 1731 in Goochland Co., Va..  He married Rebecca LNU Bef. October 02, 1690.  She died Aft. January 14, 1730/31.

Notes for Bartholomew Cox:
In Book 6, page 439, Henrico Co. Records, is a deed dated October 2, 1693, as follows;  "Know all men by these presents that I, John Cox, Sen. of the County and parish of Henrico, planter, doe out of the love and affection for which I bear unto my son, Bartholomew Cox, and Rebecka his wife, and for yee advancement and promotion of their son George, have given, granted, aliened, assigned, and sett over and by these presents doe freely, clearly , and absolutely give, grant, alien, assign and set over unto my sd. Grandson, George Cox, ye son of Bartholomew Cox and Rebecka his wife, one Negro girl called Doll, being about a year old, to have and to hold the sd. girl and the issue of her body forever.  As witness my hand this eleventh July, 1693." Signed: John Cox.  Witnesses: Henry Cox, Ja: Cocke.

In Book 5, page 437, Henrico County, there is a deed of gift from Joh Cox to his son Bartholomew Cox, dated July 11, 1693, in part as follows:  "This indenture, made this eleventh day of July in ye fifth year of ye Reign of our Sovereign, Lord and Lady, William and Mary, by the Grace of God of England  of France and Ireland, King and Queen defenders of ye faith, etc., and in the year of our Lord God, 1693, between John Cox, Sen., of ye county and parish of Henrico, planter of one part and his son Bartholomew Cox, and for ye better living of him in this world as well as for divers other good causes and considerations," etc., doth grant him 100 acres therein described, etc.

The following is a list f the Quit Rent, April 1705, Henrico County, of the five sons of John Cox of Dutch Cap, Coxendale or Harroeattocks:
John Cox, Jr. - 150 acres
William Cox  - 300 acres
George Cox - 200 acres
Richard Cox - 300 acres
Bartholomew Cox - 100 acres

Bartholomew Cox patented 200 acres, October 20, 1697, on Mahook Creek, which land was passed on in his family.  Later this land was in Powhatan County.

His will  is in Will Book A., page 215.

More About Bartholomew Cox and Rebecca LNU:
Marriage: Bef. October 02, 1690
Children of Bartholomew Cox and Rebecca LNU are:
+     13     i.     John4 Cox II, born March 27, 1703 in Henrico Co., Va.; died Bef. September 13, 1764 in St. James Parish, Lunenburg Co., Va..
     14     ii.     George Cox, born Bef. July 11, 1693; died Bef. May 21, 1728 in Goochland Co., Va..  He married Martha Walton; died Unknown.

Notes for George Cox:
Left a will in Goochland County, Will Book 1, page 3, May 21, 1728, Witnesses, Frederick Cox, his brother, and Henry Wood, husband of cousin Martha Cox

+     15     iii.     FNU Cox, born Unknown; died Unknown.
     16     iv.     Frederick Cox, born Unknown; died Bef. January 27, 1754 in Cumberland Co., Va..  He married Elizabeth; died Unknown.

Notes for Frederick Cox:
Left will dated May 4, 1754, probated January 27, 1754/55, Cumberland Co., Va., in Will Book 1, page 90

     17     v.     William Cox Cox, born Unknown; died Unknown.
     18     vi.     Mary Cox, born Unknown; died Unknown.  She married Moses Wood; died Unknown.