18th Century DE and PA Willeys

Courtesy of Larry Coyle


1782

Absalom Willey, Nanticoke, 8, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1745 Dec 13

Absalom Willey, Willey, Francis, Dorchester Co., December 13, 1745, To son John Willey, 32A on lower pt of tract called Willey's Outlet., To grandson John Willey, cattle, To son Robert Willey, my plantation, To 3 sons Ezekias Willey, Edward Willey and Ezekiel Willey cattle, To son Francis Willey, cattle, my cooper tools, also To my grandson Absolom Willey, cattle, To dau Elizabeth Insley, cattle, To dau Alice Willey, furniture, Wife Dianna Willey, Witt Job Hammond, Phillip Wingett. 24.345 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1778 Jul 20

Absalom Wiley or Wilday, from 7-20-1778 ro 4-16-1782 from Washington Co., Ga Per Revolutionary Pension Files on Microfilm

1768 May 10

Absolum Willy, Proprietory Warrant of Resurvey, Pennsylvania Counties. In 1717 Ed Burroughs made entry to 300A on Prongs of Tufoahy? Recorded in books of Robert Shankland surveyed for Ed Burroughs who sold to Abraham Wynkoop and in 1748 obtained a warrant for 400A and Benjamin son of Abraham sold his right to Absalom Willey on 10 May 1768. Signed John Penn per Shankland Resurvey of 1776 P295-96 Abstracted.

1784 Sept 18

Ailse Willey, Widow. Will made Sept 18, 1784. Heirs: sons Gabriel & Levin; daus Eunucy Benston, Elizabeth Webb & Ann Postles; grandson James Benston, son of dau. Euncy; granddaus, Selah Willey (dau of son Levin), & Elizabeth Postles; Zadock Postles; Execrs, dau Eunucy Benston & son-in-law Shadrick Postles. Wits William Hazzard, Thomas Manlove, William Daniel. Prob Nov 18, 1784. Arch Vol A55, pages 59-61. Reg of Wills, Liber M, folios 32-33 per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1769 Mar 25

Alce Willey, Willy, John. Will. Made March 25, 1769. Heirs: wife Alce from Admin acct, sons Levin, Gabril, Zadok, daus unnamed. Execr wife. Wits Zadock Crapper, Priscilla Davis. Prob May 10, 1769. Arch Vol A55, pages 62-63. Reg of Wills, Liber L, folio 60 per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1780 Sept 5

Alexander Wiley, Enl 9-5-1780 under T Harrison (Rockbridge)per Virginia Militia in Revolutionary Was by McCallister

1754

Alexander Wiley, 35555 B 1754 Cumberland Co., Pa, enlisted Orange Co., NC, living Anderson Co., Tenn 9-8-1832. Per Revolutionary Pension Files on Microfilm

1760

Alfred Wiley, William Wiley, W10002, Madison, Ind, Henricks Co., B1760 Guilford NC, enl 9- 1-1780 in NC. In 1830 NC to Ohio there 1 yr and then to Ind. M 1-4-1789 Ann Shannon, children. Alner B 12-25-1789, Shannon b1-4-1791, Samuel b 2-24-1793, William b 12-18-1796, Isaah b 3-23-1801 AND Alfred b 3-18-1803. Per Revolutionary Pension Files on Microfilm

1745 Dec 13

Alice Willey, Willey, Francis, Dorchester Co., December 13, 1745, To son John Willey, 32A on lower pt of tract called Willey's Outlet., To grandson John Willey, cattle, To son Robert Willey, my plantation, To 3 sons Ezekias Willey, Edward Willey and Ezekiel Willey cattle, To son Francis Willey, cattle, my cooper tools, also To my grandson Absolom Willey, cattle

To dau Elizabeth Insley, cattle, To dau Alice Willey, furniture, Wife Dianna Willey, Witt Job Hammond, Phillip Wingett. 24.345 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1633

Allen Willey, n.a., Boston, Mass, 1633 - 1936 page 319 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1760

Alner Wiley, William Wiley, W10002, Madison, Ind, Henricks Co., B1760 Guilford NC, enl 9- 1-1780 in NC. In 1830 NC to Ohio there 1 yr and then to Ind. M 1-4-1789 Ann Shannon, children. Alner B 12-25-1789, Shannon b1-4-1791, Samuel b 2-24-1793, William b 12-18-1796, Isaah b 3-23-1801 AND Alfred b 3-18-1803. Per Revolutionary Pension Files on Microfilm

1799

Alner Whilley, James Whilley, 0 horse or cattle, Alner Willey, 1 horse, John Whilley, 2 males over 16, William Whilley Sr, 1 horse per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1794 Feb 10

Andrew Willey, 2-10-1794 listed under Baptism per Vital Records of Kent & Sussex Co., Del 1686-1800 by Wright

1793 Sept 23

Andrew Willey, Wiley Merchant. Will, made Sept 23, 1793. Heirs wife Ann Wiley, late Ann McNight: daus, Peggy and Ann Wiley. Exer (wife Ann Wiley), Wits., Samuel Ratcliff, James Elliott, James McNaight. Guardians: John Collins Sr., John Ingram Sr. Prob Feb 12, 1794. Arch Vol 107, pages 114-115. Reg of Wills, Liber D, folios 408-09. Note Arch Vol A107, page 115 shows the estate was settled by Samuel Paynter and Robert West execrs of Ann Wiley per Calendar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1789 Feb 5

Andrew Willey, Feb 5, 1789, Deed Staphen Coston of Broadkiln Hund, farmer, from Nehmiah Reed of Braodkiln Hund, farmer, and Isabel his wife for 145 pounds parcel of land in Broadkiln Hund, beginning at Long Bridge Branch on the w side of Cp Road, along fence of Step;hen Parramore's to line of the land of the heirs of William Clark decd, 81 1/2A Wit: N Waples, Stephen Parramore, Andrew Willey. Ackn Feb 5, 1789 per Land Records of Sussex Co De, 1782-89 Bk N #13.

1797

Andrew Willey bond from Jaret Willey Book A1 Page 461 per Grantee Deed Index Sussex Co., De

1794 Feb 8

Andrew Willey -- death 2-8-1794 buried Presbyterian - Lewes (Sussex Co) per Tatnall Tombstone Collection

1756 July

Andrew Wiley, Copied b July 1756 Rockbridge, Drafted Thomas Vance 1777, about 3-1-1778 entered Continental Service Virginia Line, discharged Noland Ferry 5-10-1779 per Virginia Militia in Revolutionary Was by McCallister

1756 Jul

Andrew Wiley, 56392 Rockbridge Co., Va b 7-1756 Boitert Co., Va had brother John living there at time of Rev. Discharged Brunswick, NJ 5-10-1779. Served 1yr. John brother resided Rockbridge Co, Va 1732. Per Revolutionary Pension Files on Microfilm

1764 Apr 13

Angelo Willey, Wingate, Philip, Dorchester Co., April 13, 1764, Mentions children Angelo Willey, grandson Wingate Willey per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1793 Sept 23

Ann Willey, (Willey), Andrew, Merchant. Will, made Sept 23, 1793. Heirs wife Ann Wiley, late Ann McNight: daus, Peggy and Ann Wiley. Exer (wife Ann Wiley), Wits., Samuel Ratcliff, James Elliott, James McNaight. Guardians: John Collins Sr., John Ingram Sr. Prob Feb 12, 1794. Arch Vol 107, pages 114-115. Reg of Wills, Liber D, folios 408-09. Note Arch Vol A107, page 115 shows the estate was settled by Samuel Paynter and Robert West execrs of Ann Wiley per Calendar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1784 Sept 18

Ann Willey, (Postels),Willey, Ailse. Widow. Will made Sept 18, 1784. Heirs: sons Gabriel & Levin; daus Eunucy Benston, Elizabeth Webb & Ann Postles; grandson James Benston, son of dau. Euncy; granddaus, Selah Willey (dau of son Levin), & Elizabeth Postles; Zadock Postles; Execrs, dau Eunucy Benston & son-in-law Shadrick Postles. Wits William Hazzard, Thomas Manlove, William Daniel. Prob Nov 18, 1784. Arch Vol A55, pages 59-61. Reg of Wills, Liber M, folios 32-33 per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1798 Jul 21

Ann Wiley. Wiley, Ann. Will. Made July 21, 1798. Heirs: daus. Ann and Margaret Wiley. Exec'rs, friends Robert West and Samuel Paynter. Wits., Robert Shankland, Ann Westley. Guardians: friends Robert West and Samuel Paynter. Prob. Aug 30, 1798. Arch vol A107, pages 116118. Reg of Wills, Liber E, folio 182.per Sussex Co Wills

1674

Ann Wiley, n.a., Maryland, year 1674 - 8510 page 504 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1798 Aug 9

Ann Wiley, 8-9-1798 listed under death per Vital Records of Kent & Sussex Co., Del 1686-1800 by Wright

1790

Aquilla Willey, Baltimore, 2mo16, 1mu16, 2f per Maryland 1790 Heads of Families

1794 Mar 22

Arcidy Willey to James Insley 3-22-1794 per Marriage Returns Circuit Court of Dorchester Co., Maryland

1794

Bad copy, could not read per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1792

Bad copy, think there are Willey but not sure per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783- 1830.

1771 Mar 25

Betty Willey, (Foxwill). Willey, John, Dorchester Co., March 25, 1771 (October 16, 1775),To wife Elennor Willey, extx, plantation during life or widowhood at her death to son William Willey., To son John Willey, 1 shilling, To son Francis Willey, 1 shilling, To son Wingate Willey, 1 shilling, To dau Rachel children (unnamed), 1 shilling, To dau Betty Foxwell, Molley and Dinah, 1 shilling each, To dau Judah a box iron, To sonWilliam a cow, To wife and children no cut out, residue of personal estate per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1797 Jan 30

Britany Willey to William Keen 1-30-1797 per Marriage Returns Circuit Court of Dorchester Co., Maryland

1743 Nov 5

Catherine Willey, Willey, John, Dorchester Co., November 5, 1743 (June 11, 1746), Son Francis Willey, Dau Else Rodgers, Dau Rosanna, 1 s., Dau Catherine Willey, My son William Willey, I constitute ex. Wit John McNamara, Hue Cannon, Wm Carson, John Willin 24.418 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1701 May 20

Catherine Willey, Robert Pope will , Dorchester Co., 20 May 1701, names daus Rose Connor and Catherine Willey, Witt Jno Willey Jr. per Maryland Calendar of Wills by Genealogy Pub 1968 V2 P225.

1777 May 7

Charles Polk, Junr., Sussex Co., yeoman, from Isaac Layfield, son of George Layfield of Worchester Co., Maryland, yeoman, 19 March 1777. Tract called Fruitful Plain, 540 acres on the main branch of Nanticoke River in Great Neck formerly Smiths Neck adjoining land of Francis Newbold, Unity Forge Tract, originally granted by Proprietary of Maryland to George Layfield by patent dated 15 July 1695, then a part of Somerset Co., later Worcester Co., now Sussex Co. George Layfield died without issue and the land descended to his brother's son Thomas Layfield who resurveyed the samed and died leaving issue one son, Thomas Layfield to whom the land descended who died intestate and without issued and the said lands descended to afsd. Isaac Layfield who is the eldest son of George Layfield who was the brother of Thomas Layfield, the son and devisee of the first above named Thomas Layfield the brother's sons of the original planter. For L150. Wit: Samuel Laverty, John Polk, Within deed ackn.

7 May 1777.

1790

Charles Willey, 1790 Census Del, Little Creek 100

1782 Nov 7

Christian Willey, Ensign, Lancaster Co Mil 1st Co, 3rd Bat 11-7-1782 Pa Archives 5th Ser V7, P291

1776

David Willey (Wily in article) Mentions a David Wily b Ireland to America, settled Chester Co., Pa, son Mathew in Revolutionary War b Chester Co., Pa m Rebecca Nelson per Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland by Barry

1766

David Willey, n.a., CharlesTown S.C., 1766-1767 - 7343 page 67 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1718

David Willey, 1718, Book 16, P134 could not find per Land Warrants of Sussex Co., De

1745 Dec 13

Diana Willey, Willey, Francis, Dorchester Co., December 13, 1745, To son John Willey, 32A on lower pt of tract called Willey's Outlet., To grandson John Willey, cattle, To son Robert Willey, my plantation, To 3 sons Ezekias Willey, Edward Willey and Ezekiel Willey cattle, To son Francis Willey, cattle, my cooper tools, also To my grandson Absolom Willey, cattle To dau Elizabeth Insley, cattle, To dau Alice Willey, furniture, Wife Dianna Willey, Witt Job Hammond, Phillip Wingett. 24.345 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1771 Mar 25

Dinah Willey, Willey, John, Dorchester Co., March 25, 1771 (October 16, 1775),To wife Elennor Willey, extx, plantation during life or widowhood at her death to son William Willey., To son John Willey, 1 shilling, To son Francis Willey, 1 shilling, To son Wingate Willey, 1 shilling, To dau Rachel children (unnamed), 1 shilling, To dau Betty Foxwell, Molley and Dinah, 1 shilling each, To dau Judah a box iron, To sonWilliam a cow, To wife and children no cut out, residue of personal estate per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1790

Edmond Willey, 1790 Census Del, Nanticoke 100

1782

Edmond Willey, Nanticoke, 1, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1776 Sept 11

Edward Willey, Dorchester Co., September 11, 1776, Petition of Capt John Todd Company. Subscribers request that commissions be issued to the following officer who were elected by ballot in the presence of Maj (Daniel) Fallin, Capt John Todd, 1st Lt James Davies, 2nd Lt John Robinson, Ens Michael Todd signed by---Edward Willey, William Willey, William Willey Jr. (Page 57 of Calendar of Maryland State Papers-The Blue Book)per Maryland Militia in Revolutionary War

1785

Edward Willey taxed in Nantichoke Hundred 1785 per History of Del

1745 Dec 13

Edward Willey, Willey, Francis, Dorchester Co., December 13, 1745, To son John Willey, 32A on lower pt of tract called Willey's Outlet., To grandson John Willey, cattle, To son Robert Willey, my plantation, To 3 sons Ezekias Willey, Edward Willey and Ezekiel Willey cattle, To son Francis Willey, cattle, my cooper tools, also To my grandson Absolom Willey, cattle, To dau Elizabeth Insley, cattle, To dau Alice Willey, furniture, Wife Dianna Willey, Witt Job Hammond, Phillip Wingett. 24.345 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1686

Edward Willey, Boston, Mass 1686 - 1666 page 139 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1686

Edward Willey, n.a., New England, 1686 - 951 page 470 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1790 Sept 4

Elizabeth Willey had blacksmith shop for rent 9-4-1790 per Delaware Newspaper Abstracts 1786-95

1784 Sept 18

Elizabeth Willey, (Webb),Willey, Ailse. Widow. Will made Sept 18, 1784. Heirs: sons Gabriel & Levin; daus Eunucy Benston, Elizabeth Webb & Ann Postles; grandson James Benston, son of dau. Euncy; granddaus, Selah Willey (dau of son Levin), & Elizabeth Postles; Zadock Postles; Execrs, dau Eunucy Benston & son-in-law Shadrick Postles. Wits William Hazzard, Thomas Manlove, William Daniel. Prob Nov 18, 1784. Arch Vol A55, pages 59-61. Reg of Wills, Liber M, folios 32-33 per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1748

Elizabeth Willey, n.a., America, 1748 - 1217.8 page 51 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1775 May 14

Elizabeth Willey, to Henry Wolf, 5-14-1775 per Vital Records of Kent & Sussex Co., Del 1686- 1800 by Wright

1769 Jan 30

Elizabeth Willey , Hudson, John, Will made January 30, 1769, Heirs: son John, William, Joshua, Major, Henry and Anania Hudson; daus Mary Hays (wife of Richard Jr, Elizabeth Willey, Rachel Davis (wife of Thomas), Exr son Henry Hudson. Wits Joseph Truitt Sr, John Truitt, Margaret Fisher, Pro April 12, 1773. Arch Vol A79, pages 13-14. Reg of Will, Liber B folios 485-487. Notes Arch. Vol A79, Page 14 mentions Luranah Hudson per Calendar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1743 Nov 5

Else Willey, (Rogers) Willey, John, Dorchester Co., November 5, 1743 (June 11, 1746), Son Francis Willey, Dau Else Rodgers, Dau Rosanna, 1 s., Dau Catherine Willey, My son William Willey, I constitute ex. Wit John McNamara, Hue Cannon, Wm Carson, John Willin 24.418 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1787 ?

Empriam Willey, processed but proved delinquent per Delaware Archives Revolution Miliary

1777 Jun 18

Ephriam Willey (Weily in txt), Delinquent Capt Staaks Co, June 18, 1777 per Delaware Archives Revolutionary War, V1-2-3

1784 Sept 18

Eunucy Willey, (Benston),Willey, Ailse. Widow. Will made Sept 18, 1784. Heirs: sons Gabriel & Levin; daus Eunucy Benston, Elizabeth Webb & Ann Postles; grandson James Benston, son of dau. Euncy; granddaus, Selah Willey (dau of son Levin), & Elizabeth Postles; Zadock Postles; Execrs, dau Eunucy Benston & son-in-law Shadrick Postles. Wits William Hazzard, Thomas Manlove, William Daniel. Prob Nov 18, 1784. Arch Vol A55, pages 59-61. Reg of Wills, Liber M, folios 32-33 per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1793 Dec 17

Ezejuek Willey, Admin of, to Sarah Willey, Granted December 17, 1793. Arch. Vol 107, page 123 per Calendar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1745 Dec 13

Ezekias Willey, Willey, Francis, Dorchester Co., December 13, 1745, To son John Willey, 32A on lower pt of tract called Willey's Outlet., To grandson John Willey, cattle, To son Robert Willey, my plantation, To 3 sons Ezekias Willey, Edward Willey and Ezekiel Willey cattle, To son Francis Willey, cattle, my cooper tools, also To my grandson Absolom Willey, cattle,To dau Elizabeth Insley, cattle, To dau Alice Willey, furniture, Wife Dianna Willey, Witt Job Hammond, Phillip Wingett. 24.345 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1776 Sept 16

Ezekiel Willey, 1mu10, 1m10-16, 1m16-21, 1m40-50, 1fu10, 1f10-16, 1f16-21,1f40-50 per 1776 Census of Maryland by Carrothers completed 9-16-1776 in Nanticoke 100 and listed in Maryland.

1745 Dec 13

Ezekiel Willey, Willey, Francis, Dorchester Co., December 13, 1745, To son John Willey, 32A on lower pt of tract called Willey's Outlet., To grandson John Willey, cattle, To son Robert Willey, my plantation, To 3 sons Ezekias Willey, Edward Willey and Ezekiel Willey cattle, To son Francis Willey, cattle, my cooper tools, also To my grandson Absolom Willey, cattle, To dau Elizabeth Insley, cattle, To dau Alice Willey, furniture, Wife Dianna Willey, Witt Job Hammond, Phillip Wingett. 24.345 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1782

Ezekiel Willey, Nanticoke, 1, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1743 Nov 5

Francis Willey, Willey, John, Dorchester Co., November 5, 1743 (June 11, 1746), Son Francis Willey, Dau Else Rodgers, Dau Rosanna, 1 s., Dau Catherine Willey, My son William Willey, I constitute ex. Wit John McNamara, Hue Cannon, Wm Carson, John Willin 24.418 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1745 Dec 13

Francis Willey, Willey, Francis, Dorchester Co., December 13, 1745, To son John Willey, 32A on lower pt of tract called Willey's Outlet., To grandson John Willey, cattle, To son Robert Willey, my plantation, To 3 sons Ezekias Willey, Edward Willey and Ezekiel Willey cattle, To son Francis Willey, cattle, my cooper tools, also To my grandson Absolom Willey, cattle, To dau Elizabeth Insley, cattle, To dau Alice Willey, furniture, Wife Dianna Willey, Witt Job Hammond, Phillip Wingett. 24.345 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1771 Mar 25

Francis Willey, Willey, John, Dorchester Co., March 25, 1771 (October 16, 1775),To wife Elennor Willey, extx, plantation during life or widowhood at her death to son William Willey., To son John Willey, 1 shilling, To son Francis Willey, 1 shilling, To son Wingate Willey, 1 shilling, To dau Rachel children (unnamed), 1 shilling, To dau Betty Foxwell, Molley and Dinah, 1 shilling each. To dau Judah a box iron, To sonWilliam a cow, To wife and children no cut out, residue of personal estate per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1728 Jul 8

Francis Willey, 8 old 220, John Willey and Katherine his wife of Dorchester Co, planter, to Francis Willey of same county, planter: part of "Willeys Outlet" on S W side of Rackene Creek, containing 62A more or less. Witt: Roger Woollford, Acknowledged 7-8-1728 before Roger Woolford Per Land Records of Dorchester Co., Maryland V 1-5

1769 Mar 25

Gabriel Willey, Willy, John. Will. Made March 25, 1769. Heirs: wife Alce from Admin acct, sons Levin, Gabril, Zadok, daus unnamed. Execr wife. Wits Zadock Crapper, Priscilla Davis. Prob May 10, 1769. Arch Vol A55, pages 62-63. Reg of Wills, Liber L, folio 60 per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1780 Jun 24

Gabriel Willey, Crockett, John, Will made June 24, 1780. Heirs; wife Mary, daus Elizabeth Crockett. Exr wife Mary Crockett, Wits Levin Connaway, Isaac Connaway, Joseph Boyce, Prob January 2, 1781. Arch Vol A67, pages 191-92. Reg of Wills Liber C, folios 249-50. Note Arch. Vol A67 page 192 shows that Mary Crockett later married Gabriel Wiley per Calendar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1780 Jun 24

Gabriel Willey, John Crockett Will made June 24, 1780, Heirs wife Mary, dau Elizabeth Crockett. Execrx wife Mary Crockett. Wits Levin Connaway, Isaac Connaway, Joseph Boyce. Prob Jan 2, 1781, Arch vol A67, Pages 191-192, Reg of Wills Liber C, folios 249-150. (note Arch vol A67, page 192 shows that Mary Crockett later married Gabriel Willey.

1784 Sept 18

Gabriel Willey, Willey, Ailse. Widow. Will made Sept 18, 1784. Heirs: sons Gabriel & Levin; daus Eunucy Benston, Elizabeth Webb & Ann Postles; grandson James Benston, son of dau. Euncy; granddaus, Selah Willey (dau of son Levin), & Elizabeth Postles; Zadock Postles; Execrs, dau Eunucy Benston & son-in-law Shadrick Postles. Wits William Hazzard, Thomas Manlove, William Daniel. Prob Nov 18, 1784. Arch Vol A55, pages 59-61. Reg of Wills, Liber M, folios 32-33 per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1782

Gabriel Willey, Mispillion, 8, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1785 Dec 5

Gabriel Willey, Admin of to Mary Willey. Admrs bond dated December 5, 1785. Arch Vol A97, Page 125 per Calendar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1785

Gabriel Willey taxed in Mispillion Hundred 1785 per History of Del

1790

Gabril Willey, 1790 Census Del Mispillion 100

1748 December 11

George Willey, John Willey, dau Jean(age 7 next 6-13), Margaret(age5 next 4-23), son George(age2 next4-23), Exr Alexander Mathew & George Leth. Teste Thomas Brown, Wm Beanes. Records of Augusta Co. Va 1745-1800 by Chalkey Volume 3 Will Book 1, page 113

1754

Henry Willey 1754 Book 01, P64 could not find per Land Warrants of Sussex Co De on Microfilm

1796

Henry Willey will Greenbrier perVirginia Wills and Administration 1632-1800 by Torence

1796

Henry Willey, 3 horses, per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1788 Sept 15

Hugh Willey from Conrad Kline, V1D, P 248, Chartiers Cr Viewed deed, Hugh from Wash Co., Pa, 150A on Chartiers Cr for 200 Pounds per Washington County Pa Courthouse Deeds

1791 June 14

Hugh Willie from Adam Wylie, V1I, P109, Chartier Cr per Washington County Pa Courthouse Deeds

1776 Feb 13

Hugh Willey, enlisted Feb 13, 1776 one year per Delaware Archives Revolutionary War, V1-2-3

1796 Nov 119

Hugh Wylie from John Hoge, V1M, P499, Washington per Washington County Pa Courthouse Deeds

1776 Sept 16

Indey Willey, 1mu10, 1m16-21, 1m30-40, 2fu10, 1f21-30, 1f50-60 per 1776 Census of Maryland by Carrothers completed 9-16-1776 in Nanticoke 100 and listed in Maryland.

1779

Isaac Willey member William Wilson Co, Sept 1779, Pa Archives 5th Servies V2, P676

1640

Isaac Willey, Boston, Mass, 1640 - 1262 page 330 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1776

Isaac Willey member Capt David Harris Co, 1776, Pa Archives 5th Series V2, P648

1775 July 24

Isaac Willey mbr Capt George Nagels Co at camp Cambridge 7-24-1775 ret 3-1776 per V2, P40 Pa Archives 5th Series.

1760

Isaah Wiley, William Wiley, W10002, Madison, Ind, Henricks Co., B1760 Guilford NC, enl 9-1- 1780 in NC. In 1830 NC to Ohio there 1 yr and then to Ind. M 1-4-1789 Ann Shannon, children. Alner B 12-25-1789, Shannon b1-4-1791, Samuel b 2-24-1793, William b 12-18-1796, Isaah b 3-23-1801 AND Alfred b 3-18-1803. Per Revolutionary Pension Files on Microfilm

1675

Ja Willey (Wile in txt)October 4, Thomas Cook gets 1983A in Charles City County of N Side on James River for transporting 40 persons into colony one of which was Ja Wile per Early Virginia Families Along the James River, Henrico and Goochland Co., Va by Louise Pledge, Heath Foley V 1, 1974

1776 Sept 1

James Willey, Sgt Capt Albright Co, 9-1-1776, Pa Archives 5th Series V2, P333

1787 ?

James Willey, Capt John Charles Company per Delaware Archives Revolution Military

1798

James Whilley, 1 horse, Alner Willey, 0 horse or cattle, John Whilley, 2 males both over 16, 1 horse, per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1758 May 17

James Willey, age 20, b Ire, labor, enlisted 5-17-1758, forgot to write organization Pennsylvania Archives 5th Series V1, P186

1777 Mar 9

James Willey, Lt, Capt James Moores Co, 5-9-1777 Pa Archives 5th Servies V2, P532

1799

James Whilley, 0 horse or cattle, Alner Willey, 1 horse, John Whilley, 2 males over 16, William Whilley Sr, 1 horse per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1781

James Willey, Pvt 9th Bat, Lancaster Co. Mil 1781 Pa Archives 5th Series, V7 P926

1790

James Wiley, 1790 Census Del Dagsboro 100

1790

James Willey, 1790 Census Del, Nanticoke 100

1793 Sept 5

James Wiley, Allen Smith, Admin of, to James Wiley, Granted Sept 5, 1793, Arch vol A99, pages 108-109.

1795 May 24

James Willey moved from Lewes to Cloves and operated house of entertainemnt 5-24-1795.

Per Delaware Newspaper Abstracts 1786-95

1776 Aug 15

James Willey Pvt, Lancaster Co, Capt Morrison Co., going to NJ 8-15-1776 Pa Archives 5thSeries V 7, P1006

1776

James Willey, Sgt Capt Albrights Co. 1776 Pa Archives 5th Serview V2 P314

1788

James Wiley, 2 horses per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830

1794 March 24

James Wiley from David Thompson, V1I, P862, Smith Viewed deed, James of Wash Co., Pa, 73A for 51 pounds per Washington County Pa Courthouse Deeds

1776 Sept 16

Jane Willey (Jeane?), 2mu10, 2m10-16, 1m30-40, 4fu10, 1f30-40 per 1776 Census of Maryland by Carrothers completed 9-16-1776 in Nanticoke 100 and listed in Maryland.

1782

Jaret Wiley, Little Creek, 1, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1790

Jarret Wiley, 1790 Census Del Little Creek 100

1739

Jarrett Willey (Wille in txt), 1236, White Male, Head of Household per Somerset County Maryland Tax List 1739 by Powell (Note-Somerset County included Nanticoke, Wicamico, Pocomake, Ammamessee, Manskon, Mone, Mattsponey, Bogerternotes and Baltimore Hundred)

1748 December 11

Jean Willey, John Willey, dau Jean(age 7 next 6-13), Margaret(age5 next 4-23), son George(age2 next4-23), Exr Alexander Mathew & George Leth. Teste Thomas Brown, Wm Beanes. Records of Augusta Co. Va 1745-1800 by Chalkey Volume 3 Will Book 1, page 113

1789 Mar 18

John Willey to Nancy Walter 3-18-1789 per Norfolk Co., Va Marriage Records 1706-1817

1786 Nov 8

John Willey, John Wingate, yeoman, from Peter F Wright. Whereas there is a tr in Broad Creek Hund, 58 ac pt/oa larger tr called Crooked Lane, originalley granted by patent from proprietary of Md to John Willey (alias John Alexander Willey) who by indenture bearing date of Nov 4, 1762, sold 58 ac to Southy King recorded in Wor Co, Md, Liber E folio 381, 382. Also another parcel adj above 58 ac and pt o a larger tr of 400 ac granted to Suthey King by virtue of a warrant from proprietary of Pa, now in the possession of Betty Gunby, widow, 200 ac. And whereas John Wingate at the request of Suthey King, together withSuthey King by a certain obligation date Aug 7, 1783 became bound unto Woodman Stockley, Francis Stockley and Cornelius Stockley, minors and heirs of Cornelius Stockley decd, in the sume of 245 pounds, 12 shillings, 8 pence. Whereas John Wingate recovered a judgement agnst Suthey King and the property was sold to Wingate. Wit D Train, Seth Griffith. Ackn 11-8-1786.Land Records of Sussex County Delaware 1782-1789 Bk N No 13

1789

John Willey, 1 horse (difficult to read could be Cilley) per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1782

John Wiley, St George, 6, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1782

John Willey, Cedarcreek, 2, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1780 August

John Willey, Lt, August 1780, 39 vouchers, 70lbs beef and pork, 70 bread and flour. Per Delaware Archives Revolution Military.

1780

John Willey (Wily in txt), enlisted October 120, 1780 Hillsboro, NC per Delaware Archives Revolutionary War, V1-2-3

1778

John Willey of New Castle.per Delaware Archives Revolution Military

1777 July 28

John Willey, 1st Bat Ensign, Capt John Heister Co., Chester Co 6 7-28-1777. Com 1-19-1778.Pa Archives 5th Series V5, P471

1777

John Willey (Wily in txt), Lt Joseph Wilde"s Co of D Reg Commanded by David Hall received 6 2/3 Dollars per mo payment June 1777 thru June 1780.Shows enlisted October 1777, deserted Feb 4, 1781 1st Co., 2nd Bat, Col Williams Reg, Southern Army Pvt. (not sure deserter is same person)per Delaware Archives Revolutionary War, V1-2-3

1777 Oct

John Wiley, Pvt Holland Co., Oct 1777, Deserted 2-4-1781 per Delaware Archives Revolution Military

1773 Sept 9

John Wiley, Yeoman. Admin of to Vincent Loockerman. Sr., Sept 9, 1773. Arch Vol A55, page 64. Reg of Wills, Liber L, folio 141 per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1771 Mar 25

John Willey, Dorchester Co., March 25, 1771 (October 16, 1775),To wife Elennor Willey, extx, plantation during life or widowhood at her death to son William Willey., To son John Willey, 1 shilling, To son Francis Willey, 1 shilling, To son Wingate Willey, 1 shilling, To dau Rachel children (unnamed), 1 shilling, To dau Betty Foxwell, Molley and Dinah, 1 shilling each.To dau Judah a box iron, To sonWilliam a cow, To wife and children no cut out, residue of personal estate per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1770

John Willey v McCampbell, John Willey bought land on Caux Creek in 1770 which he divided between his sons John and Andrew. Land dispute per Records of Augusta Co. Va 1745-1800 by Chalkey Volume 2, page 101

1686

John Willey shown as one of the first settlers in New England, Boston 1686 per Passengers to America

1767 Oct 10

John Wiley, 10 Oct 1767, VolAA10, Page 114, 80A, Recorded at Cumberland Co., Pa per Land Warrants of Pa to 1776.

1793 Sept 28

John Willey in New Castle 9-28-1793 per Delaware Newspaper Abstracts 1786-95

1756 Jul

John Wiley, Andrew Wiley, 56392 Rockbridge Co., Va b 7-1756 Boitert Co., Va had brother John living there at time of Rev. Discharged Brunswick, NJ 5-10-1779. Served 1yr. John brother resided Rockbridge Co, Va 1732. Per Revolutionary Pension Files on Microfilm

1790

John Willey, 1790 Census Del, Nanticoke 100

1749 Feb 28

John Wiley to Elizabeth Austin, 28 Feb 1749, 1-QA-56,(not key ID) per Maryland Marriages 1634 to 1677.

1748 December 11

John Willey, dau Jean(age 7 next 6-13), Margaret(age5 next 4-23), son George(age2 next4-23), Exr Alexander Mathew & George Leth. Teste Thomas Brown, Wm Beanes. Records of Augusta Co. Va 1745-1800 by Chalkey Volume 3 Will Book 1, page 113

1748 April

John Wiley to Elizabeth Perdue, 4-1748, St Johns Parish, 2 BA 243 per Maryland Marriages 1634 to 1677.

1745 Dec 13

John Willey, Willey, Francis, Dorchester Co., December 13, 1745, To son John Willey, 32A on lower pt of tract called Willey's Outlet., To grandson John Willey, cattle, To son Robert Willey, my plantation, To 3 sons Ezekias Willey, Edward Willey and Ezekiel Willey cattle, To son Francis Willey, cattle, my cooper tools, also To my grandson Absolom Willey, cattle To dau Elizabeth Insley, cattle, To dau Alice Willey, furniture, Wife Dianna Willey, Witt Job Hammond, Phillip Wingett. 24.345 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1744 May 4

John Willey Upon settling the account of ?? Fierro and ?? Wiley ?? etc of the estate of ?? Wiley decd, it appears that there is a balance of L509s9d remaining in the hands of ?? and the shares of the respective claimants are settled at L118d each, and are ordered to be reserved and paid as follows: William Wiley, Margaret (w/o James Bell): and Sarah (w/o John Maxwell). Their shares are the remaining in the hands of the administrator, and the Clerk is to write notices to them of the same. That John Wiley receive his share, and that John McCallister's share (he being a son of agnes who was married to Joseph McCallister who are both dead) be put out to interest and the uncle to inquire into the circumstances of the child. William Wiley living in Acheydarag in the County of Down. Margaret w/o James Bell in the same county. Sarah w/o John Maxwell in the same. and John McCallister, about 11 years old, living in Chester Co at the widows. Per Lancaster Orphan Crt Abstracts, Mis Doc 17 42-60 page 6.

1743 Nov 5

John Willey, Dorchester Co., November 5, 1743 (June 11, 1746), Son Francis Willey, Dau Else Rodgers, Dau Rosanna, 1 s., Dau Catherine Willey, My son William Willey, I constitute ex. Wit John McNamara, Hue Cannon, Wm Carson, John Willin 24.418 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1742 May 20

John Willey, Francis Newbold (10) (1698-Mar 1777) of Lewes, Sussex Co., Del., mariner, son of Thomas and Jane Newbold, inherited from father, along with bro. John, the tract Bashan, in Nanticoke Hd (see above, John Newbold (9); listed, with John, in household of bro. Thomas in Pocomoke Hd. in 1723; in household of John Newbold in 1724; 1725 Tax List for Pocomoke Hd. shows Francis Newbold in household of John Henderson, Sr., by 1730, and later, Francis was probably living on his half of Bashan, as he was listed in Somerset Co. tax lists through 1740 as head of household in Nanticoke Hd., adjacent to John Willey in most years beginning 1733; appraised inventory of John Willey in Worcester Co. (which included part of Nanticoke Hd.) 20 May 1742. Was this Willey a descendant of the John and Elizabeth Willie who rented land to first Thomas Newbold in 1674? According to Somerset Co. Judicials, 1733-35, Francis Newbold was appointed overseer of road in Nanticoke Hd. "from Drapper's Mill to Morgan's road over the stead of Nanticoke and to have all the laborers about Deep Creek." Francis Newbold m. Mary _______ and had issue: (a) Francis (buried 28 Apr 1771, Coolspring Church, Lewes, Del.) , m. Sarah Owens, dau. of David Owens Sr, and had issue: (1) Francis, (2) David (b. 1170, Sussex Co., d. 1852 in Mo.); Sarah m., second, James Stafford, who became guardian of her children; granting of Admin. of estate of Francis Newbold, Jr., to Sarah Stafford, late Sarah Newbold, undated, was recorded with 1787 admins.; (b) Thomas; (c) John. Francis Newbold (Sr) still lived on Bashan in 1777, though it was by then in Sussex Co., left to two sons tract "BNa'tion, that I now live on". (Tax lists for Somerset Co.; will of Francis Newbold, 16 Mar 1777-29 Mar 1777, Sussex Co., Wills, C:74-75; Will of Thomas Newbold, 9 Feb 1712/3-5 Jun 1713, Somerset Co., Wills, EB-9:46-47; Skinner, Worcester Co. Inv. and Accts., p. 198; Miller, Judicial Records, 1733-1735, p. 63; burial of Francis Newbold, Jr., Wright, Vital Records of Kent and Sussex Co., p. 114; will of David Owens, Sr., 23 Feb 1775-2 Oct. 1775, DeValinger, Sussex Co. Probate Records, p. 104; Admin. of Francis Newbold, Jr. ibid., p 184).A Somerset Sampler - Families of Old Somerset Co., Maryland 1700=1776 portions abstracted

1796

John Willey, 1 horse per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1735

John Willey will Brunswick per Virginia Wills and Administration 1632-1800 by Torence

1735 Jun 17

John Willy, P194, John Newbold, 1695-aft 1775-----on 19 June 1733 John Newbold was holding Indian corn and tobacco that belonged to Samuel Waterhouse; on 17 June 1735 John Newbold and wife Rachel sold his half of Basham to John Willy;---per Somerst Sampler-Familites of Old Somerset Co., Md. 1700-1776

1728 Jul 8

John Willey, 8 old 220, John Willey and Katherine his wife of Dorchester Co, planter, to Francis Willey of same county, planter: part of "Willeys Outlet" on S W side of Rackene Creek, containing 62A more or less. Witt: Roger Woollford, Acknowledged 7-8-1728 before Roger Woolford Per Land Records of Dorchester Co., Maryland V 1-5

1728 Jul 8

John Willey, 8 old 220, John Willey and Katherine his wife of Dorchester Co, planter, to Francis Willey of same county, planter: part of "Willeys Outlet" on S W side of Rackene Creek, containing 62A more or less. Witt: Roger Woollford, Acknowledged 7-8-1728 before Roger Woolford Per Land Records of Dorchester Co., Maryland V 1-5

1718 Aug 4

John Willey, Division between John Willey and Katherine his wife and James Cannon and Rosannah his wife of 50A called "Doe Park"; 50A called "Buck Valley", and 80A called "Waterford", left to said Katherine and Roseannah by the will of their father Robert Pope. Witt William Evans Jr, Acknowledged Aug 13, 1718, Goovt Lookerman Clk Per Land Records of Dorchester Co., Maryland V 1-5

1716 Aug 8

John Willey, 7 old 6, William Evans Jr and Alice his wife of Dorchester Co., planter to John Willey of the same county planter: part to "Ganders Labrinth" on West side of Fishing Bay and on the east side of Goose Creek, adjacent, "Joseph Lane" containing 20A more or less. Acknowledged August 14, 1716 in open court by William Evans and John Edmondson, Attorney for Alice Evans, G Loocherman Clk. Power of Attorney witnessed by James Cannon and Roseannah Willey and proved by James Cannon August 14, 1716, G Loocherman Clk Per Land Records of Dorchester Co., Maryland V 1-5

1712

John Wiley, Pennsylvania, year 1712 - 5917 page 332 (could this be John of Sussex, De per Ship Lists and Passengers.

1656 Oct 8

John Willey, Nicholas Waddilow, 350A, Northhampton Co at Nuswallock Cr, 8 Oct 1656, bound on w with a track of sd cr diving the land of Nicholas Granger, due by right for transporting 7 persons, George Johnson, William Smithson, Wm Willson, Corneluis Clinton, Derrick Anyson, John Willey (or Willy) per Virginia Cavaliers & Pioneers by Nugent V1 1623-66.

1795

John Whilley, 0 horse and cattle, William Willey Sr, 2 horses, William Willey Jr, 1 horse per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1796

John Wiley, 1 horse, per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1764

John Willey, will Essex per Virginia Wills and Administration 1632-1800 by Torence

1759 May 7

John Willey, Held at Lewes in Sussex Co, 7 May 1759, John Willey indited for murder of Wm Quitten and pleaded guilty and branded with M on left thumb. Worchester Co., Md asking people in area for their names and holding them taxable to Md. per Pa Archives

1739

John Willey (Wille in txt), 1218, White Male, Head of Household per Somerset County Maryland Tax List 1739 by Powell (Note-Somerset County included Nanticoke, Wicamico, Pocomake, Ammamessee, Manskon, Mone, Mattsponey, Bogerternotes and Baltimore Hundred)

1797

John Whiley, 1 horse per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1685

John Willey, n.a., America, 1685 - 1217.5 page 95 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1798 Monongalia Co

John Willey, residence not stated, from Coverdill Cole, V1, P442, 6-12-1798, 50 1/2A Scotts Mill Run

1790

John Willey, AA, 2mo16, 2mu16, 2f per Maryland 1790 Heads of Families

1790

John Willey, Baltimore, 2mo16, 1mu16, 6f per Maryland 1790 Heads of Families

1799 July

John Willey, Ordered William Hamilton, John Willey and George Pickenpaugh lay out a road from Dunkers Creek to Dent Mill per Mong Circuit Crt Records to 1808

1746

John Willey, 1746. Dorchester, 24. 318, per Maryland Colonial Wills 1634-1777 no other info

1799

John Whilley, James Whilley, 0 horse or cattle, Alner Willey, 1 horse, John Whilley, 2 males over 16, William Whilley Sr, 1 horse per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1732

John Willey, n.a., America, 1732 - 1217.8 page 28 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1712

John Wiley, Pennsylvania, year 1712 - 5917 page 332 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1716

Joseph Wiley, Pennsylvania, year 1716 - 5917 page 339 Per Ship Lists and Passengers.

1739 Nov 14

Joseph Wiley, 14 Nov 1739, Vol A11, Page 441, 100A, Recorded at Phila, Pa 31 Jan 1733 & 29 Apr 1738 per Land Warrants to Pa to 1776.

1776

Joseph Willey, Pvt Continental Line, Northampton Co, Sol of Rev Pa Archives 5th Series V4, P732

1782

Joseph Wiley, Broadcreek, 1, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1716

Joseph Wiley, Pennsylvania, year 1716 - 5917 page 340 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1771 Mar 25

Judah Willey, Willey, John, Dorchester Co., March 25, 1771 (October 16, 1775),To wife Elennor Willey, extx, plantation during life or widowhood at her death to son William Willey., To son John Willey, 1 shilling, To son Francis Willey, 1 shilling, To son Wingate Willey, 1 shilling, To dau Rachel children (unnamed), 1 shilling, To dau Betty Foxwell, Molley and Dinah, 1 shilling each, To dau Judah a box iron, To sonWilliam a cow, To wife and children no cut out, residue of personal estate per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1718 Aug 4

Katherine Willey, Division between John Willey and Katherine his wife and James Cannon and Rosannah his wife of 50A called "Doe Park"; 50A called "Buck Valley", and 80A called "Waterford", left to said Katherine and Roseannah by the will of their father Robert Pope. Witt William Evans Jr, Acknowledged Aug 13, 1718, Goovt Lookerman Clk Per Land Records of Dorchester Co., Maryland V 1-5

1728 Jul 8

Katherine Willey, John Willey, 8 old 220, John Willey and Katherine his wife of Dorchester Co, planter, to Francis Willey of same county, planter: part of "Willeys Outlet" on S W side of Rackene Creek, containing 62A more or less. Witt: Roger Woollford, Acknowledged 7-8-1728 before Roger Woolford Per Land Records of Dorchester Co., Maryland V 1-5

1785 Oct 17

Keziah Willey to Francis Insly 10-17-1785 per Marriage Returns Circuit Court of Dorchester Co., Maryland

1785 Feb 26

Leven Willey, Potter, Edmond, Yeoman, Will. Made Feb 26, 1785. Heirs: wife Mary; sons Edmond, John, Benjamin, & Charles, daus. Absbeth Brinky (Elizabeth Brinky), Sarah Scarborgh Griffen, Mary Parker, Execrs wife Mary & son Edmond. Wits Leven Willey, Richard Coverill. Prob Nov 14, 1785. Arch Vol A41, page 1., Reg of Wills, Liber M, folios 72-73. Per Kent Co Wills P374

1782

Leven Willey, Mispillion, 3, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1787 Jul 28

Levin Willey, Deed, 7-28-1787, to Israel Coverdale for 100 pounds in Nanticoke Hund in Hines Neck adj land of John Owens and Alexander Laws, 57 1/2 ac. Attys Rhoads Shankland. Wit: Thomas Truitt, Thos Gray, Ackn 8-8-1787.

1790

Levin Willey, 1790 Census Del Broadkill 100

1793 Feb 20

Levin Willey, R5#64, near Goldsmith's Branch, survey, 2-20-1793 85 acres; Draught: Filed under Riggs, Ezekiel (Kent Co) per Delaware Land Records

1785 Jul 28

Levin Willey, Sussex farmer to William Passwater, Deed Jul 28, 1785, for 50 pounds all that messuage or tenements called (blank) in Nanticoke Hund beginning at a corner post of William Passwaters and his brother Richard Passwaters land, 67 ac also another messuage being pt/o the same tr adj said William Passwaters Tusekah Branch place or parcel of land, 91 ac. Wit Thomas Truitt, Thos Gray Ackn 8-8-1787.

1785

Levin Willey taxed in Mispillion Hundred 1785 per History of Del

1784 Sept 18

Levin Willey, Willey, Ailse. Widow. Will made Sept 18, 1784. Heirs: sons Gabriel & Levin; daus Eunucy Benston, Elizabeth Webb & Ann Postles; grandson James Benston, son of dau. Euncy; granddaus, Selah Willey (dau of son Levin), & Elizabeth Postles; Zadock Postles; Execrs, dau Eunucy Benston & son-in-law Shadrick Postles. Wits William Hazzard, Thomas Manlove, William Daniel. Prob Nov 18, 1784. Arch Vol A55, pages 59-61. Reg of Wills, Liber M, folios 32-33 per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1783 Nov 24

Levin Willey, Caffey, Ezxekiel, Farmer, Will. Made Nov 24, 1783, Mispillion Hd. Heirs: wife Maryan; mother Pinelepy Cats; nephew William Williams; Parey Bane & wife Sarah. Execx wife Maryan. Wits John Parker, Levin Willey, prob Dec 18, 1783, Arch vol A7, pages 22-24, Reg of Wills, Liber M, folio 18, Note: Arch vol A7, Page 23 shows that Maryan Caffey married Jacob Harrington. Kent Co Wills P 355

1769 Mar 25

Levin Willey, Willy, John. Will. Made March 25, 1769. Heirs: wife Alce from Admin acct, sons Levin, Gabril, Zadok, daus unnamed. Execr wife. Wits Zadock Crapper, Priscilla Davis. Prob May 10, 1769. Arch Vol A55, pages 62-63. Reg of Wills, Liber L, folio 60 per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1782

Levin Willey, Cedarcreek, 6, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1748 December 11

Margaret Willey, John Willey, dau Jean(age 7 next 6-13), Margaret(age5 next 4-23), son George(age2 next4-23), Exr Alexander Mathew & George Leth. Teste Thomas Brown, Wm Beanes. Records of Augusta Co. Va 1745-1800 by Chalkey Volume 3 Will Book 1, page 113

1789 Feb 19

Margaret Willey, (?)Polk, Mary, Widow, Will nunc, Made Feb 19, 1789. Heirs Jonathan Woodgate and Clement Polk; daus Polly and Margaret Polk, other daus unnamed. (No exr) Wits Margaret N. Polk, Elenor (Julian). Prob March 9, 1789, Arch vol A93, page 142. Reg of Wills Liber E, folio 45. (Note Arch vol. A93, page 142 shows the estate was settled by Margaret Nutter Polk on Sept 6, 1796)

1796

Margaret Willey, Book 21, Page 132, per Grantee Deed Index Sussex Co De

1794

Margaret Willey, Book 10, Page 292 per Grantee Deed Index Sussex Co., De

1797

Margaret Willey, Book 22, Page 285, per Grantee Deed Index Sussex Co., De

1766

Margaret Willey, Margaret, 25, CharlesTown S.C. 1766-1767 - 7343 page 69 Per Ships Lists & Immigrnts

1799 Oct 24

Margarett Polk, Polk, Maria, minor dau of Daniel. Admin of to Samuel White Esq., Oct 24, 1799. Arch Vol A 40, pages 167-68., Reg of Wills, Liber N, folio 245. Note Arch vol A40, page 167 mentions heirs Anna, Daniel, Margarett, John & Samuel White Polk & Elizabeth Clayton.Kent Co Wills P 556.

1740 Jul 9

Margary Willey, Pritchard, Zebulon, Dorchester Co., July 9, 1740, To daus Margary Willey and Rachel Wingate per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1782

Martha Wiley, Christan, -0-, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1791 April 5

Mary Willey to David Fallin 4-5-1791 per Marriage Returns Circuit Court of Dorchester Co., Maryland

1790

Mary Willey, 1790 Census Del, Nanticoke 100

1776

Mathew Willey (Wily in article) Mentions a David Wily b Ireland to America, settled Chester Co., Pa, son Mathew in Revolutionary War b Chester Co., Pa m Rebecca Nelson per Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland by Barry

1777 Apr 25

Mathew Willey, lst Lt Elk Bat from 4th Bat. Col Montgomery 4-25-1777 Pa Archives 5th Series V5, P511

1777 May 5

Mathew Willey, 1st Lt, 2nd Co., Chester Co, 5-5-1777 Pa Archives 5th Series V5, P513

1771 Mar 25

Molly Willey, Willey, John, Dorchester Co., March 25, 1771 (October 16, 1775),To wife Elennor Willey, extx, plantation during life or widowhood at her death to son William Willey., To son John Willey, 1 shilling, To son Francis Willey, 1 shilling, To son Wingate Willey, 1 shilling, To dau Rachel children (unnamed), 1 shilling, To dau Betty Foxwell, Molley and Dinah, 1 shilling each, To dau Judah a box iron, To sonWilliam a cow, To wife and children no cut out, residue of personal estate per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1794 Sept 8

Nancy Willey, Murphey, Joseph. Yoeman. Will, made Sept 8, 1794. Heirs wife Priscilla Murphey; son Joseph Murphey; daus Sarah and Nancy Willey; dau in law Polly Carter. Execr, son Joseph Murphey and dau Nancy Murphey. Wits., William Carlisle, Nancy Willey, Warren Burroughs. Prob Sept 18, 1794. Arch. Vol A90, pages 199-200. Reg of Wills Liber E, folio 2 per Calendar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1791 Aug 20

Nancy Willey, wife of Waitman, 8-20-1791 to 10-4-1857 Sussex Co buried Harry Spiker's farm near Owens Station per Tatnall Tombstone Collection

1790 Oct 31

Nehemiah Willey, Sarah Basnett, widow of Washington Co., will 8 Jan 1790 leaves everything to 4 sons, Nehemiah, Boaz, Samuel and John Basnett equally - Nehemiah & William Willey Sr to take Samuel & John and keep them until they can be bound out for a trade. Will proved 31 Oct 1790.

1776 Sept 16

Nellie Willey, 1mu10, 1m10-16, 2fu10, 1f30-40, per 1776 Census of Maryland by Carrothers completed 9-16-1776 in Nanticoke 100 and listed in Maryland.

1790

Nothaniel Willey, can't find per Maryland 1790 Heads of Families

1721

Owen Willey will Princess Ann per Virginia Wills and Administration 1632-1800 by Torence

1793 Sept 23

Peggy Willey, Wiley (Willey), Andrew, Merchant. Will, made Sept 23, 1793. Heirs wife Ann Wiley, late Ann McNight: daus, Peggy and Ann Wiley. Exer (wife Ann Wiley), Wits., Samuel Ratcliff, James Elliott, James McNaight. Guardians: John Collins Sr., John Ingram Sr. Prob Feb 12, 1794. Arch Vol 107, pages 114-115. Reg of Wills, Liber D, folios 408-09. Note Arch Vol A107, page 115 shows the estate was settled by Samuel Paynter and Robert West execrs of Ann Wiley per Calendar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1799 Oct 12

Polly Willey, Johnsoon, Phebe., Adm of, to Mary Ann Johnston, Oct 12, 1799. Arch Vol A27, Pages 96-97. Reg of Wills, Liber N, folio 243, Note: Arch vol A27, page 96 mentions heirs Nancy, Priscilla, James, Purnel & Nathan Johnston, Polly Willey, Sarah Brown, Elizabeth Davis; a bro William Johnston, decd is also mentioned per Kent County Wills P556.

1798 Oct l

Polly Willey, Johnson, William. Surveyor. Adm of to Nathan Johnson. Oct 1, 1798. Arch Vol A27, pages 114-116, Reg of Wills, Liber N, folio 55. Note; Arch vol A17, page 114 mentions heirs, Nathan, James, Purnell, Priscilla, Nancy & Phebe Johnson & sister Elizabeth Davis, Sally Brown & Polly Willey (wife of William Willey) per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1788 Dec 14

Polly Willey, John Griffith, Will, Made Dec 14, 1788. Heirs sons John and Charles Griffith; daus Betsey and Rachel Griffith, Polly Willey, and Barsheba Tatman, granddaus Ann and Unice Griffith, Excr, son John Griffith. Wits William Stayton, Jehu Stayton, Rachel Hurley. Prob Feb 17, 1789. Arch VolA73, page 120, Reg of Wills, Liber D, folios 209-210.

1771 Mar 25

Rachel Willey, Willey, John, Dorchester Co., March 25, 1771 (October 16, 1775),To wife Elennor Willey, extx, plantation during life or widowhood at her death to son William Willey., To son John Willey, 1 shilling, To son Francis Willey, 1 shilling, To son Wingate Willey, 1 shilling, To dau Rachel children (unnamed), 1 shilling, To dau Betty Foxwell, Molley and Dinah, 1 shilling each, To dau Judah a box iron, To sonWilliam a cow, To wife and children no cut out, residue of personal estate per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1679

Rawley Willey, n.a., Barbados, 1679 - 3283 page 507 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1755 July

Rebecca Wiley, Thomas Wiley, Rebecca, 11534 B 7-1755 Lancaster Co., Pa. In 1780 moved to Cumberland Co., Pa then to Belmont Co., O in 1805 & in 1817 to Morgan Co., O. D 3-14-1833 Morgan Co., O M 5-3-1780 Mifflin Co., Pa Rebecca. Age 73 in 1837. In 1855Agnes Richards of Wheeling, Wv said only daughter and a son Thomas in 1854. Per Revolutionary Pension Files on Microfilm

1782

Robert Willey, Nanticoke, 1, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1790

Robert Wiley est, 1790 Census Del New Castle 100

1782

Robert Wiley, New Castle, 10, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1779 Oct 23

Robert Willey, Sgt Lancaster Co, 8th class, 4th Bat, 10-23-1779 Pa Archives 5th Series V 7 Page 399

1790

Robert Willey 1790 Census Del, Nanticoke 100

1794 Sept 13

Robert Wiley from Hugh Wilson, V1K, P115, Kent per Washington County Pa Courthouse Deeds

1745 Dec 13

Robert Willey, Willey, Francis, Dorchester Co., December 13, 1745, To son John Willey, 32A on lower pt of tract called Willey's Outlet., To grandson John Willey, cattle, To son Robert Willey, my plantation, To 3 sons Ezekias Willey, Edward Willey and Ezekiel Willey cattle, To son Francis Willey, cattle, my cooper tools, also To my grandson Absolom Willey, cattle To dau Elizabeth Insley, cattle, To dau Alice Willey, furniture, Wife Dianna Willey, Witt Job Hammond, Phillip Wingett. 24.345 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1638 Mar 2

Robert Willey, Robert Bennett, 300A, Isle of Wigh Co., 2 Mar 1638, butting upon bay behind Ambrose Meders Point and 150A at miles post end and upon the west side of Thomas Davis land, due by right of transporting 6 persons to the colony, John Myles, Tho Whiltak, Silvester Fitcher?, Robert Willey, William Harrison and Andrew Blackwell per Virginia Cavaliers & Pioneers by Nugent 1963 V1 1623-66.

1785

Robert Willey taxed in Nantichoke Hundred 1785 per History of Del

1785 Nov 18

Robert Wylley from Elijah Nuttall, V1B, P240, Chartiers viewed deed, Robert of Cumberland Co., Pa, 400A for 500 pounds per Washington County Pa Courthouse Deeds

1778

Robert Willey, 6 days pay 1778-1779. Per Delaware Archives Revolution Miliary

1765

Robert Willey, n.a., Boston,Mass, 1765 - 9750 page 45 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1743 Nov 5

Rosanna Willey, Willey, John, Dorchester Co., November 5, 1743 (June 11, 1746), Son Francis Willey, Dau Else Rodgers, Dau Rosanna, 1 s., Dau Catherine Willey, My son William Willey, I constitute ex. Wit John McNamara, Hue Cannon, Wm Carson, John Willin 24.418 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1716 Aug 8

Roseannah Willey, 7 old 6, William Evans Jr and Alice his wife of Dorchester Co., planter to John Willey of the same county planter: part to "Ganders Labrinth" on West side of Fishing Bay and on the east side of Goose Creek, adjacent, "Joseph Lane" containing 20A more or less. Acknowledged August 14, 1716 in open court by William Evans and John Edmondson, Attorney for Alice Evans, G Loocherman Clk. Power of Attorney witnessed by James Cannon and Roseannah Willey and proved by James Cannon August 14, 1716, G Loocherman Clk Per Land Records of Dorchester Co., Maryland V 1-5

1718 Aug 4

Roseannah Willey, Division between John Willey and Katherine his wife and James Cannon and Rosannah his wife of 50A called "Doe Park"; 50A called "Buck Valley", and 80A called "Waterford", left to said Katherine and Roseannah by the will of their father Robert Pope. Witt William Evans Jr, Acknowledged Aug 13, 1718, Goovt Lookerman Clk Per Land Records of Dorchester Co., Maryland V 1-5

1799 Sept 14

Samuel Wiley from John Hage, V1P, P255, Washington per Washington County Pa Courthouse Deeds

1793 Nov 6

Samuel Willey from Johann Melnig, V1I, P718, Washington Viewed deed, Samuel of Wash Co., 1793 Nov 6 Pa, land grantor got while part of Cumberland Co., Pa, half lot of ground acres NS per Washington County Pa Courthouse Deeds

1760

Samuel Wiley, William Wiley, W10002, Madison, Ind, Henricks Co., B1760 Guilford NC, enl 9- 1-1780 in NC. In 1830 NC to Ohio there 1 yr and then to Ind. M 1-4-1789 Ann Shannon, children. Alner B 12-25-1789, Shannon b1-4-1791, Samuel b 2-24-1793, William b 12-18-1796, Isaah b 3-23-1801 AND Alfred b 3-18-1803. Per Revolutionary Pension Files on Microfilm

1757 Mar 15

Samuel Wiley, 3556, b 3-15-1757 in Md, moved Cumberland Co., Pa with father 1772, Pension 5-2-1822 living Miami Co., Oh. Per Revolutionary Pension Files on Microfilm

1716

Sarah Wiley, Pennsylvania, year 1716 - 5917 page 338 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1794 Sept 8

Sarah Willey, Murphey, Joseph. Yoeman. Will, made Sept 8, 1794. Heirs wife Priscilla Murphey; son Joseph Murphey; daus Sarah and Nancy Willey; dau in law Polly Carter. Execr, son Joseph Murphey and dau Nancy Murphey. Wits., William Carlisle, Nancy Willey, Warren Burroughs. Prob Sept 18, 1794. Arch. Vol A90, pages 199-200. Reg of Wills Liber E, folio 2 per Calendar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1775 May 14

Sarah Willey, 5-14-1775 under Baptism, dau of Solomon & Sarah per Vital Records of Kent & Sussex Co., Del 1686-1800 by Wright

1775 May 14

Sarah Willey, b 5-14-1775 dau of Solomon and Sarah Willey Tombstone Coolspring Presby Church Lewis, Del

1784 Sept 18

Selah Willey, Willey, Ailse. Widow. Will made Sept 18, 1784. Heirs: sons Gabriel & Levin; daus Eunucy Benston, Elizabeth Webb & Ann Postles; grandson James Benston, son of dau. Euncy; granddaus, Selah Willey (dau of son Levin), & Elizabeth Postles; Zadock Postles; Execrs, dau Eunucy Benston & son-in-law Shadrick Postles. Wits William Hazzard, Thomas Manlove, William Daniel. Prob Nov 18, 1784. Arch Vol A55, pages 59-61. Reg of Wills, Liber M, folios 32-33 per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1760

Shannon Wiley, William Wiley, W10002, Madison, Ind, Henricks Co., B1760 Guilford NC, enl 9-1-1780 in NC. In 1830 NC to Ohio there 1 yr and then to Ind. M 1-4-1789 Ann Shannon, children. Alner B 12-25-1789, Shannon b1-4-1791, Samuel b 2-24-1793, William b 12-18-1796, Isaah b 3-23-1801 AND Alfred b 3-18-1803. Per Revolutionary Pension Files on Microfilm

1790

Soloman Willy, 1790 Census Del Little Creek 100

1782

Solomon Willey, Dagsboro, 5, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1776 May 7

Solomon Willey S6#54 Survey 5-7-1776 50 acres (Sussex Co) per Delaware Land Rec.

1778 Nov 21

Solomon Willey, Paul Thoroughgood, Will. Made Nov 21, 1778 Heirs wife Elizabeth Thoroughgood, sons Miller, William, Elisha, Paul, Elihu and John Thoroughgood, daus Anna and Elizabeth Thoroughgood. Exrs sons Miller and William Thoroughgood. Wits Benjamin Phillips, Solomon Willey, Annabel Salmon. No prob date. Arch vol A101, page 185. Reg of Wills, Liber C, folios 183-185.

1790 Jan 10

Solomon Willey, Thomas Darter, Will made Jan 10, 1790, Heirs mother Sarah Darter, sisters Elizabeth and Jemima Darter. Execrs friend Isaac Cooper. Wits Isaac Gray, Smothers Watson, Solomon Willey, Prob Jan 30, 1790, Arch Vol A68, Pages 48-19, Reg of Wills Liber D, folios 173-174.

1777 Oct 6

Solomon Willey, James Salmon, Will, Made Oct 6, 1777, Heirs sons Joseph and James Salmon, daus Lydia and Annabel Salmon, bro William Salmon. Execr Solomon Willey, Wits Benjamin Phillips, Benjamon Salmon, Sanders Kimmey. Prob April 13, 1778. Arch vol A97, pages 185- 186. Reg of Wills, Liber C folios 152-154.

1776 Feb 19

Solomon Willey W4#90 Warrant, 2-19-1776 50 acres (Sussex Co) per Sussex Co Land Rec.

1776 Feb 19

Solomon Willey W4#91 Warrant, 2-19-1776 100 acres (Sussex Co) per Sussex Co Land Rec

1776 Jul 18

Solomon Willey, 18 July 1776, VolAA14, Page 823, 111A, "Willey's Trouble", Recorded at Sussex Co., De, 19 Feb 1776.Copied, Solomon Willey, 18 July 1776, VolAA15, Page 37, 93A. "Willey's Intention", Recorded at Sussex, Co.,De, Feb 19, 1776 per Land Warrants of Pa to 1776.

1789 Dec 21

Solomon Willey, William Sharp, Will made Dec 21, 1789, Heirs wife Polly also known as Mary Sharp, son Joseph Melson Sharp, daus Lovey, Nancy, and Elizabeth Sharp, Execrs wife Polly Sharp. Wits Joseph Melson, Solomon Willey, John Phillips. Prob Jan 30, 1790. Arch vol A98, Page 99, Reg of Wills, Liber D, folios 174-175, (note Arch vol A98, Page 99 shows the estate was settled on April 15, 1794 by William Rodney and wife Mary, late Mary Sharp.

1786 Aug 9

Solomon Willey, John Wingate, Suss, from Philip Parker Suss, yeoman. Whereas Phillip Parker father of afst Phillip Parkers was seized of tr called Cabbin Ridge by propietor of Md, survey dated 3-22-1759, 100 ac. Said Phillip Parker father of above Philip Parker by his bond dated 2- 25-1773 in the sum of 100 pounds sold to the above Philip Parker the tr Cabbin Ridge who now sells to John Wingate for 62 pounds. Attys Hinman Wharton, William Waples of Piney Neck. Wit: Solomon Willey, Barnett Downs. Ackn 8-9-1786.

1793 Aug 9

Solomon Willey, wit will Aug 9, 1793, Arch vol A64, Page 31-32, Reg of Wills Liber D, folios 398-399. (forgot to copy other page)

1774 Nov 2

T Willey, Issac Killo, Sussex Co., farmer from William Bonass (Bowness) pf Westcjester Co., New York, surgeon. 18th July 1774, Parcel in Cedar Creek Hundred, beginning in the line of Morgan Williams' line, also of T. Willey's.....containing 205 acres which was by deed with a common warranties dated 4 Nov 1752 conveyed to William Bowness, father of afsd. William Bowness, from Robert Miller and the said William Bowness, father of the afsd. William Bowness, by his last will dated 14 Jan 1762 devised said land to his heirs, for L170, Wit: Benjamin Johnson,

1694 Jun 26

Thomas Willy, 177, witt will of Christopher Reynolds June 26, 1694 per Somerset County Wills 1675-1710 and 1770-1777 Shime

1755 July

Thomas Wiley, Rebecca, 11534 B 7-1755 Lancaster Co., Pa. In 1780 moved to Cumberland Co., Pa then to Belmont Co., O in 1805 & in 1817 to Morgan Co., O. D 3-14-1833 Morgan Co., O M 5-3-1780 Mifflin Co., Pa Rebecca. Age 73 in 1837. In 1855Agnes Richards of Wheeling, Wv said only daughter and a son Thomas in 1854. Per Revolutionary Pension Files on Microfilm

1776 March 24

Thomas Willey, Marines 3-24-1776, on ship Hancock PA Archives 5th Ser V1, p595

1673 May 27

Thomas Willy, Henry Thompson get 2600A, 27 May 1673 for transporting 52 people to the colony, ---- Thomas Willy, Ann Wily or (Wiley) per Virginia Cavaliers & Pioneers by Nugent 1963 V2 1666-95.

1645

Thomas Willey, New Hampshire, 1645 - 1262 page 330 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1779 Apr 12

Thomas Willey, 2nd, 6th class, Capt Mckees Lancaster Co., 4-12-1779 Pa Archives 5th Ser V7 P326

1780

Thomas Willey, (Wily in txt) Voucher October 1780 per Delaware Archives Revolutionary War, V1-2-3

1782

Thomas Wiley, Christian, -0-, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1782

Thomas Wiley, Christian, 4, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1777 May 5

Thomas Willey, Sgt Maj, Elk Bat, 4-25-1777, Commissioned 5-5-1777 Pa Archives 5th Series V5, P510

1776 Jan 19

Traphena Willey to John Rauley 1-19-1776 per Marriage Returns Circuit Court of Dorchester Co., Maryland

1790

Vincent Willey, can't find per Maryland 1790 Heads of Families

1791 Aug 20

Waitman Willey, Nancy Willey, wife of Waitman, 8-20-1791 to 10-4-1857 Sussex Co buried Harry Spiker's farm near Owens Station per Tatnall Tombstone Collection

1759 May 11

Waitman Willey, age 25, Maryland Muster 5-11-1759, recriuted into Capt James Wright Co., (From Penn Archives, Vol2, Second Servies, Page 592) per Delaware Archives Revolutionary War, V1-2-3

1772 May 7

William Willey, William Borroughs, Sussex Co., Gentleman, from William Willey, Noble Cordery and Nehimah Smith, all of Sussex Co., Gentlemen. 5 May 1772. For L160, plantation in Cedar Creek Hundred containing 100 acroes, the same that was warranted and surveyed to John Murphey and left by him to Nehemiah Tilney which by legal secents and conveyances became to property of afsd William Willey, Noble Cordery and Nehemiah Smith. Wit: Levin Crap;per, Molton Crapper. Within deed of sale ackn 7 May 1772.

1776 Sept 11

William Willey Jr., Dorchester Co., September 11, 1776, Petition of Capt John Todd Company. Subscribers request that commissions be issued to the following officer who were elected by ballot in the presence of Maj (Daniel) Fallin, Capt John Todd, 1st Lt James Davies, 2nd Lt John Robinson, Ens Michael Todd signed by---Edward Willey, William Willey, William Willey Jr. (Page 57 of Calendar of Maryland State Papers-The Blue Book)per Maryland Militia in Revolutionary War

1772 May 7

William Willey, Joseph Darby. Within deed of sale ackn. 2 Nov 1774. William Borroughs, Sussex Co., Gentleman, from William Willey, Noble Cordery and Nehemiah Smith, all of Sussex Co., Gentlemen, 5 May 1772, for L160, plantation in Cedar Creek Hundred containing 200 acres, the same that was warranted and surveyed to John Murphey and left by him to Nehemiah Tilney which by legal descents and conveyances became the property of afsd, William Willey, Noble Cordery and Nehemiah Smith. Wit: Levin Crapper, Molton Crapper. Within deed of sale ackn 7 May 1772.

1744 May 4

William Willey, Upon settling the account of ?? Fierro and ?? Wiley ?? etc of the estate of ?? Wiley decd, it appears that there is a balance of L509s9d remaining in the hands of ?? and the shares of the respective claimants are settled at L118d each, and are ordered to be reserved and paid as follows: William Wiley, Margaret (w/o James Bell): and Sarah (w/o John Maxwell). Their shares are the remaining in the hands of the administrator, and the Clerk is to write notices to them of the same. That John Wiley receive his share, and that John McCallister's share (he being a son of agnes who was married to Joseph McCallister who are both dead) be put out to interest and the uncle to inquire into the circumstances of the child. William Wiley living in Acheydarag in the County of Down. Margaret w/o James Bell in the same county. Sarah w/o John Maxwell in the same. and John McCallister, about 11 years old, living in Chester Co at the widows. Per Lancaster Orphan Crt Abstracts, Mis Doc 1742-60 page 6.

1743 Nov 5

William Willey, Willey, John, Dorchester Co., November 5, 1743 (June 11, 1746), Son Francis Willey, Dau Else Rodgers, Dau Rosanna, 1 s., Dau Catherine Willey, My son William Willey, I constitute ex. Wit John McNamara, Hue Cannon, Wm Carson, John Willin 24.418 per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1734 Dec 23

William Wiley to Margaret Sing, 23 Dec 1734, 3 BA 152, St Paul Parish. Per Maryland Marriages 1634 to 1777.

1776 Sept 16

William Willey, 3mu10, 2m10-16, 1m21-30, 1f16-21, 1f50-60 per 1776 Census of Maryland by Carrothers completed 9-16-1776 in Nanticoke 100 and listed in Maryland.

1771 Mar 25

William Willey, Willey, John, Dorchester Co., March 25, 1771 (October 16, 1775),To wife Elennor Willey, extx, plantation during life or widowhood at her death to son William Willey., To son John Willey, 1 shilling, To son Francis Willey, 1 shilling, To son Wingate Willey, 1 shilling, To dau Rachel children (unnamed), 1 shilling, To dau Betty Foxwell, Molley and Dinah, 1 shilling each.To dau Judah a box iron, To sonWilliam a cow, To wife and children no cut out, residue of personal estate per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1760

William Wiley, W10002, Madison, Ind, Henricks Co., B1760 Guilford NC, enl 9-1-1780 in NC. In 1830 NC to Ohio there 1 yr and then to Ind. M 1-4-1789 Ann Shannon, children. Alner B 12- 25-1789, Shannon b1-4-1791, Samuel b 2-24-1793, William b 12-18-1796, Isaah b 3-23-1801 AND Alfred b 3-18-1803. Per Revolutionary Pension Files on Microfilm

1790 Jan 8

William Willey, Basnett, Sarah, widow. Washington County Md. Will copy, made January 8, 1790/ Heirs son Nehemiah, Boaz, Samuel and John Basnett. Exers, son Nehemiah Basnett and William Willey Sr. No wits. Prob October 30, 1790 Arch Vol A58, page 232. Reg of Wills, Liber D, folios 175-76 per Calendar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1794 Aug 21

William Willey to Elizabeth Avery 8-21-1794 per Norfolk Co., Va Marriage Records 1706-1817

1793

William Willey, 2 horses, William Willey Jr, 1 horse per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1777 May 7

William Willey, Jacob Coverdale, Sussex Co., from William Willey, Sussex Co., planter. 18 June 1774. For L20, a tract in Great Neck of 300 acres, binding on the north side by a survey made by Warren Burroughs and on the south by a survey made by John Loftland containing 300 acres, being taken up by virtue of a located warrant in the name of William Willey and formerly sold to Andrew Dagg. Wit: Israel Coverdall, Richd. Coverdall. Within deed ackn. 7 May 1777.

1777

William Willey, Pvt, Capt Bentley Co., Chester Co., 1777 Pa Archives 5th Servies, V 5 P806

1781 Sept 24

William Willey, 8th Bat, Chester Co Mil, Class 7, 9-24-1781 Pa Archives 5th Series V5, P835

1782

William Willey, Cedarcreek, 7, per The Reconstructed Delaware State Census of 1782 by Harold Hancock by Delaware Genealogy Society together with assessment.

1785 Dec 17

William Wiley from Ephram Bidderbach, V1B,P304, Shirtee Viewed deed, William of Wash Co., Pa, 300A for 250 pounds per Washington County Pa Courthouse Deeds

1787 Feb 1

William Wiley from Peyton Cooke, V1C, P262, Mountain Run per Washington County Pa Courthouse Deeds

1776 Sept 11

William Willey, Dorchester Co., September 11, 1776, Petition of Capt John Todd Company. Subscribers request that commissions be issued to the following officer who were elected by ballot in the presence of Maj (Daniel) Fallin, Capt John Todd, 1st Lt James Davies, 2nd Lt John Robinson, Ens Michael Todd signed by---Edward Willey, William Willey, William Willey Jr. (Page 57 of Calendar of Maryland State Papers-The Blue Book)per Maryland Militia in Revolutionary War

1790

William Willey, over 16, William Willey over 16 and u 21, 3horses per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1790

William Wiley, 3mo16, 1mu16, 7 females, Thomas Wiley, 2mo16, 3mu16, 6females, per Heads of Family Washington Co., Pa.

1790 Oct 31

William Willey Sr, Sarah Basnett, widow of Washington Co., will 8 Jan 1790 leaves everything to 4 sons, Nehemiah, Boaz, Samuel and John Basnett equally - Nehemiah & William Willey Sr to take Samuel & John and keep them until they can be bound out for a trade. Will proved 31 Oct 1790 per Western Maryland Genealogies P122

1749

William Willey, n.a. Nova Scotia w/wife, 1749 - 80 page 522 Per Ships Lists & Immigrants

1791

William Willey, over 16, William Willey o 16 and u 21, 3 horses per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1718 July 22

William Willey, Mary Nichols, Calvert Co., 22 July 1718 mentions cousin William Willey inherits personally. Per Maryland Calendar of Wills by Genealogy Pub 1968 V5, P9.

1798 Monongalia Co

William Willey Sr of Mong Co to William Willey Jr Of Mong Co, V1, P440, 5-28-1798, 159A Scotts Run

1796

William Willey, 4 horses, per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1796 Monongalia Co

William Willey of Mong Co from David Wadkins of Mong Co, which he got from Patrick Henry Gov of Va 4-16-1784 V1, P97, 9-12-1796, 400A Scotts Mill Run

1796 Feb 15

William Willey Sr., February 15, 1796, William Willey Sr was witt in Huffman v Harders per Mong, WV Circuit Records to 1808.

1798 Oct l

William Willey, Johnson, William. Surveyor. Adm of to Nathan Johnson. Oct 1, 1798. Arch Vol A27, pages 114-116, Reg of Wills, Liber N, folio 55. Note; Arch vol A17, page 114 mentions heirs, Nathan, James, Purnell, Priscilla, Nancy & Phebe Johnson & sister Elizabeth Davis, Sally Brown & Polly Willey (wife of William Willey) per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1798 Monongalia Co

William Willey Jr of Mong Co from William Willey Sr of Mong Co, V1, P440, 5-26-1798, 159A Scotts Run

1799

William Whilley Sr., John Whilley, James Whilley, 0 horse or cattle, Alner Willey, 1 horse, John Whilley, 2 males over 16, William Whilley Sr, 1 horse per Personal Property Tax List Mong Co., Va 1783-1830.

1790

William Willey, can't find per Maryland 1790 Heads of Families

1790

William Willey, AA, 2mo16, 2mu16, 4f, 1 slave per Maryland 1790 Heads of Families

1769 Mar 25

John Willy, Will. Made March 25, 1769. Heirs: wife Alce from Admin acct, sons Levin, Gabril, Zadok, daus unnamed. Execr wife. Wits Zadock Crapper, Priscilla Davis. Prob May 10, 1769. Arch Vol A55, pages 62-63. Reg of Wills, Liber L, folio 60 per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800

1771 Mar 25

Wingate Willey, Willey, John, Dorchester Co., March 25, 1771 (October 16, 1775),To wife Elennor Willey, extx, plantation during life or widowhood at her death to son William Willey., To son John Willey, 1 shilling, To son Francis Willey, 1 shilling, To son Wingate Willey, 1 shilling, To dau Rachel children (unnamed), 1 shilling, To dau Betty Foxwell, Molley and Dinah, 1 shilling each. To dau Judah a box iron, To sonWilliam a cow, To wife and children no cut out, residue of personal estate per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1764 Apr 13

Wingate Willey, Wingate, Philip, Dorchester Co., April 13, 1764, Mentions children Angelo Willey, grandson Wingate Willey per Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1774 by Cotton

1675

William Willey (Wile in txt)March 15, Capt William Bird gets 7351A in Henrico Co on North Side of James River for transporting 122 persons into colony one of which was Wm. Wile. per Early Virginia Families Along the James River, Henrico and Goochland Co., Va by Louise Pledge, Heath Foley V 1, 1974

1777 March 20

Zaddock Lindall, Sussex Co., from John White, Sussex Co., 3 March 1773. For L50, part of a tract in the forrest of Cedar Creek Hundred in Great Neck which tract is called Basham, first surveyed for Warren Burroughs and deeded to afsd, John white who has already deeded 300 acres on the north and east part of said tract, and now to Zadock Lindal he conveys the remaining right of the tract it being 200 acres. Beginning at a bounder of William Mullinex's... to a bounder of Ephraim Polk's land... line dividing part of said tract to Thomas Laverty to a post near the edge of the Long Savannah..with a line dividing part of said tract to George White...200acres, Wit George White, Charles Polk, Junr. Within deed ackn. 29 March 1777.

1769 Mar 25

Zadock Willey, Willy, John. Will. Made March 25, 1769. Heirs: wife Alce from Admin acct, sons Levin, Gabril, Zadok, daus unnamed. Execr wife. Wits Zadock Crapper, Priscilla Davis. Prob May 10, 1769. Arch Vol A55, pages 62-63. Reg of Wills, Liber L, folio 60 per Callendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800