1653 to 1697
married Mary Branch
1660 to 1700
Children born of the Marriage
1679 to February 18, 1731
All born in the area of Osbornes, Chesterfield County, Virginia
While searching for information on Thomas Jefferson I and II I found the following:
The Edward Pleasants Valentine Papers Abstracts of Records in the Local and General Archives of Virginia
- Volume 3 page 1774
Thomas Jefferson was stated as a surveyor of the highways. Richard Womack, John Womack presented among other by Thomas Jefferson surveyor of the highways for refusing to assist him in cleasring same (after notice given) February 1, 1683.
This is probably Thomas Jefferson I.
- Volume 3 page 1780 (I have typed it here as written)
In obedience to his Excys. Comand of the third of this Instant Aprill Requiring us to give account whether all or any of the Inhabitants of the Coty. are fearfull or apprehensive of the Indian Commonly called the Emperor of Piscatoway or Architekes and his Indians doing any mischief & c. the following orders were made. Edward Tanner constable do give notice to all the principall inhabitants & others within his precinct, especially to Capt. Jos. Royall, Ab. Womeck, Francis Patram, Hen. Lound, Hen Hatcher, Thos. Osborne, Thos. Edwards, Thos. Jefferson &Edward Haskins to appear at ye Court house upon Friday next being 21st instant, that farther inquiry may be made &c. April 15, 1699. Ibid page 225.
At or around 1697 the Piscatoway Indians who were located in Maryland started to migrate to the mountains of Virginia due to pressures and accusations by colonist.
- Volume 2 page 857
Henrico April Court: 1712
Thomas Jefferson appointed to survey roads. Mr. Thomas Jefferson to survey from his own house to Falling Creek and to Parishes Plantation.
- Volume 3 page 1797
September 7, 1725
George Carter to Thomas Jefferson for 15 pounds 250 acres in Henrico County called Wintopock. This land was devised to George Carter by Richard Womack, deceased.
These last three references I believe should be contributed to Thomas Jefferson II.
The Annals and History of Henrico Parish Diocese of Virginia and St. John's Church P.E. Church
Thomas Jefferson to Mary Field daughter of Major Peter Field November 20, 1697
Joseph Mattox of Charles City County to Mary Jefferson, Relict of Thomas Jefferson April 1, 1702.
Relict means widow or survivor. So this should be Thomas Jefferson's I wife Mary Branch.