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  • Name Henry BATTE 
    Gender Male 
    _UID 4AA6CC3A99ECEF42926F484DC9B1AA8AF04B 
    Died Bef 1703 
    Person ID I8933  pember-crandall
    Last Modified 18 Feb 2019 

    Family Mary LOUND 
    _UID E3248A1BCF18FB4FA10F67EBBE4A6A9BEC3F 
    Last Modified 19 Feb 2019 00:14:29 
    Family ID F1252  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    • Henry Batte married Mary Lound, and he died before 1703 as a deed from H e nry Batte and William Batte to John Peterson in 1703 states it was par t o f a greater tract of 5,873 acres granted in 1668 to Henry Batte, fath er o f Henry, William, and Thomas Batte. Mary was the daughter of Henry a nd An n Lound. They were married in 1678 in Henrico County. The will of H enry L ound leaves to his daughter, Mary Batte, 2,548 acres joining Worsh am; par t of a patent ½ of which was already given to William Ligon. Als o noted w ere: granddaughter Anne Ward daughter Anne Moody; grandson Henr y Hatcher ; granddaughter Mary Tanner; granddaughter Martha Blanks; grand son Willia m Ligon; granddaughter Elizabeth Ligon.
      Henry and Mary were the parents of Henry, Sarah, Rachel, Elizabeth, Will i am, and Anne Batte.

      Children of Henry Batte and Mary Lound
      Henry was noted in the 1704 quit rents in Prince George for 790 acres. H e nry’s brother married Mary Stratton, and Henry became the guardian o f he r niece, Elizabeth Chamberlaine, the daughter of Thomas Chamberlain e an d his second wife Elizabeth Stratton. In 1723, Dorothy Chamberlain e was p ermitted to choose her guardian, and she chose Richard Jones, Jr . Willia m Kennan and Henry Randolph were security. Dorothy later marrie d Peter Jo nes. Henry Batte died in 1727, and his will notes his mother a nd sisters , as the legatees of Captain Henry Batte, their father. His wi ll lists mo ther, Mary Batte; sisters, Martha, Mary Poythress; Elizabet h Ligon; Ann S tratton; Rachel Parham, Sarah Jones; and brother William.
      Mary Batte married John Poythress
      Elizabeth Batte married Richard Jones, then William Ligon.
      Sarah Batte married Abraham Jones about 1718.
      Rachel Batte married James Parham.
      Anne Batte married Edward Stratton. Their sons were William, Thomas an d H enry Stratton. Ann died in October 1729 in Prince George County. Prin ce G eorge Minute Book: A deed for land and livery of Seizin thereon fro m An n Stratton to William Batte were proved by oaths of Robert Poythress , Joh n Peterson, and Thomas Batte, three of the witnesses thereto and o n the m otion of he said William Batte it is ordered that the said deed a nd liver y of seizing be recorded. At a Court held at Fitzgerald’s fo r Prince Geor ge on the second Tuesday in August, 1739:
      William Batte was born in Charles City County about 1682 and married i n M ay, 1704, Mary Stratton, daughter of Edward Stratton and Martha Shipp ey . William was noted in the 1704 Quit Rents for 750 acres in Prince Geo rg e County. William died about 1754 in Prince George County. Mary and Wi lli am Batte appeared in court to acknowledge she had received her inheri tanc e as one of the orphans of Mr. Edward Stratton.
      William and Mary’s son Henry Batte married his cousin, Elizabeth Chambe rl aine. Elizabeth’s mother was Elizabeth Stratton, daughter of Edwar d Strat ton, and second wife of Thomas Chamberlaine. Elizabeth Chamberlai ne was b orn about 1710. In 1727 she chose Henry’s grandfather as her g uardian. Sh e and Henry were married about 1730. Henry Batte and wife Eli zabeth Chamb erlaine, with Peter Jones, III and his wife Dorothy Chamberl aine, were gr anted the1600 acres of land in Henrico County. Soon after , Peter and Doro thy sold their portion to Henry and Elizabeth for ₤500 .
      Henry and Elizabeth’s children were: Chamberlaine Batte born in 1736, m ar ried about 1755 his cousin Margaret Jones, the daughter of Peter Jone s an d Dorothy; William, died unmarried; Richard Batte married Mary Wills ; Tho mas Batte.
      William and Mary Batte were also the parents of William Batte who marri e d Agnes Burchett; Robert who married Martha Peterson daughter of John P et erson and Martha Thweatt; Thomas who died young; John; and Mary who ma rri ed Abraham Cocke; and Sarah Batte who married John Jones of Surry Cou nty . The will of William Batte was filed in Prince George in December, 1 754 . It left to Robert Batte land including two mills and the home plant atio n; or to grandson, William Batte, son of Henry Batte, or to grandso n Henr y Batte. It also notes his son William Batte. Robert Batte gav e a deed fo r 200 acres in Prince George being a tract of land devised b y Henry Batt e to Ann Stratton, (his daughter), and by her conveyed to Wi lliam Batte , (her brother), and by him devised to Robert Batte, his son.