William A Allred
- Born: Feb 1675, Wicomico Parish, Northumberland, VA
- Marriage (1): Alice Fallin in 1703 in Wicomico Parish, Northumberland, VA
- Marriage (2): Sarah Alire in 1721 in Wicomico Parish, Northumberland, VA
- Died: 20 Jan 1724, Wicomico Parish, Northumberland, VA at age 48
Note: Wm and Alice, his wife, having this day in court acknowledgedaDeed for Sixty acres of land more or less to Mrs Hannah Nealyyead deed is Recorded. (Northumberland County Order Book,5:246).William Allred married 2nd, Sarah. "The Inventory of theEstateof William Allred, Deed. Was presented in NorthumberlandCountyCourt, 20 Jan 1724, by Sarah Allred widow and relict ofWilliamAllred." On 17 Feb 1724-5, "The Inventory of the EstateofWilliam Allred Execx if the ad Deed and is admitted toRecord"(Northumberland County Record Book, 19:375 Wm Alred'sWill:..... I give and bequeath unto my Sons William and JohnAllredmy tract of land lying in wixxoxomoco parish to beEquallyDivided between them. My sons William: John and ClementAllredeach of them to have there Equal part in her the Testofmoveable Estate I Leave the use of it to my wife SarahDuringher widowhood but if she married my will is that it shallbeEqually Divided between her and my Daughter Jane mysonsWillian, John, Clement and Isaac Allred. Everyone of themtohave Equal part my will is that William Fallin Shall havetheTuiton pf mu son William until he comes to the age ofTwentythat Charles Fallin Shall have the Tuiton of my son Johnuntilhe comes to the age of twenty years I do like wise appointmywife Sarah to be Exectx of this my last will and testamentinwitness where of I hereunto put my hand and seal thisTwentyfifth day of August Anno Domini 1724. Signed, Sealedandpublished in the presence of W. Allred (Seale) his ThomasXNorman mark Charles Fallin" (Northumberland County Wills,Ibid.p. 389.
WILLIAM ALLRIDGE or ARLEDGE, son of Clement Aldridge and Elizabeth Tills, was born in February, about the year 1678, in Northumberland Co., Va.. The day and year of his birth record are obliterated from the old St. Stephen's Parish Register, now preserved In the Virginia State Library, Richmond, Va.. The birth of one son is recorded in this same register to William: "...n sone to Wm Aldredge was born May 16, 170...." (P.3)This was evidently the son John who was under 21 in 1724, as mentioned in his father's will/William's name appears frequently in the court records, his surname being spelled ALDRIDGE and ALDREDGE, BUT MOST FREQUENTLY ARLEDGE."19 May 1703. Wm. Arledge & ALICE his wife having this day in court acknowledged a Deed for Sixty acres of land more or less to Mrs. Hannah Nealy ye sd deed is Recorded." (Northumberland Co. Order Book, 5:246).WILLIAM ALDRIDGE or ARLEDGE married 2nd , SARAH ."The Inventory of the Estate of WM. ALDRIDGE Decd. Was presented in Northumberland County Court, 20 Jan. 1724, by SARAH ALDRIDGE widdow and relict of Wm. Aldridge." On 17 Feb.. 1724-5 "This Inventory of the Estate of WM. ARLEDGE Execx of the ad Decd and is admitted to Record." (Northumberland Co. Record Book, 19:375)William Arledge's Will:"In the name of God Amen I WILLIAM ARLEDGE of the County of Northumberland being sick and weake in body but in perfect Sence & memory do make this my last will and Testament in manner and form following and first of all I Bequeath my Soul to allmighty God who Gave it me and my body to the Earth to be Buried at the Discretion of my Executrix hereafter mentioned. As Touching what worldly Goods it hath pleased God to Lend me I do Give and bestow as followeth:'Imp.' I Give and bequeath unto my Sons WILLIAM & JOHN ARLEDGE my tract of Land lying in wiccocomoco parrish to be Equally Divided between them my Son WILLIAM to have the plantation. I give it to them and there heirs forever I likewise Give my Still to my three Sons WM: JNO & CLEMENT ARLEDGE Each of them to have there Equal part in her the Test of moveable Estate I Leave the use of it to my wife SARAH ARLEDGE Dureing her widowhood but if She married my will is that it Shall be Equally Divided between her & my Daughter JANE my Sons WM JNO CLEMENT & ISAAC ARLEDGE Everyone of them to have there Equal part my will is that William Fallin Shall have the Tuition of my son WILLIAM until he comes to the age of Twenty one years and that Charles Fallin Shall have the Tuition al my son JNO UNTIL HE COMES TO THE AGE OF TWENTY YEARS I do Likewise appoint my wife SARAH ARLEDGE to be Exectx of this my last will and testament in witness whereof I have hereunto put my hand and Seale this Twenty fifth day of August Anno Domini 1724. Signed Sealed & published In the presence of W. Arledge (Seale)hisThomas X Normanmark Charles Fallin" (Northumberland Co. Wills, Ibid., p. 389)William's widow did not survive him many years. On 19 April 1727, the "Inventory of the Estate of SARAH ARLEDGE was presented to court by William Thomas, Richard March and Richd Thomas." (Ibid., 20:70a)The following record of the division of her estate may indicate which of the children mentioned in the will of William were her own children, and which those of the first wife ALICE.Division of "Northumberland County SS in Obedience to an order court heldArledge The 18th of June 1729 we the subscribers being William Thomas Estate executor of Richard Faulks who was administrator of SARAH ARLEDGE we find the Orphan's's estates to be five pounds fifteen shillings and four pence halfpenny apiece which said money we have possest the said John Callahan with as WitnessJohn ConwayYarratt Hughlett Joseph Fipton.July 16th 1729 "This Division of the Estate of SARAH ARLEDGE Decd from the Estate of Richard Faulks decd was presented in Northd County court by Wm. Thomas the sd Rid Faulks' execr and administr to record.Rd Lee." (Ibid., 20:137)Children of Wm. Aldridge and prob. 1st wife Alice:I. WILLIAM Aldridge, b. ca. 17604, d. Ca. 1770, m. .II. JOHN Aldridge, b. 5/16/170 , (prob. Abt. 1706), d.after 1756 m. (1) , perhaps (2) 6/11/1738, ANNIE HAMILTON.III. CLEMENT Aldridge, b. ca. 1708, d. after 1790, m. ANN .IV. JANE Aldridge, b. ca. 1710, living 1724.Children: (prob. 2nd wife Sarah)V. ISAAC Aldridge, b. ca.1722, living 1729.VI. SARAH Aldridge, b. ca. 1724, (perhaps after the making of her father's will, 8/25/1724), living 1729.
William married Alice Fallin in 1703 in Wicomico Parish, Northumberland, VA. (Alice Fallin was born in 1679 in Wicomico Parish, Northumberland, VA.)
William next married Sarah Alire in 1721 in Wicomico Parish, Northumberland, VA. (Sarah Alire was born about 1679 in Northumberland County, VA.)