Elizabeth Ingo

Female 1685 - 1748  (63 years)

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  1. 1.  Elizabeth Ingo was born 1685, Richmond County, Virginia, a British Colony in America; died 1748, Richmond County, Virginia, a British Colony in America.

    Other Events:

    • Will: 7 May 1747, (Richmond County, Virginia Colony)
    • Probate: 4 Apr 1748, (Richmond County, Virginia Colony)


    [Source: J. Lewis Dozier.ftw] Elizabeth (Ingo) Ascough was the widow of Thomas Ascough (16??-1701) and the daughter of John Ingo, Sr. and his wife Mary. Richmond County, Virginia, Will Book V, p588: Will of Elizabeth Dozier of Lunenburg Parish, Richmond County, Virginia.

    Being sick and weak but of perfect mind and memory do make this my last will and testament. I give my soul to Almighty God who gave the same to me, and my body to be buried decently by my executors.

    Item, to son James Dozier negro girl Sarah and all the things which I lent him.

    To granddaughter Elizabeth Doggett all the things that were her mother's, and an equal part of my wearing apparel with my five daughters.

    I give the rest of my estate to be equally divided between the rest of my children that is

    John Dozier,
    Leonard Dozier [III],
    Mary Jones,
    Elizabeth Thornton,
    Sarah Jeter,
    Peggy Baker,
    Susannah Bragg,

    and all my daughters shall have my clothes.

    Executors Leonard Dozier and James Dozier.

    Written 7 March 1747.
    Witnesses: Robert Hall Richard Lawson Elizabeth Dozier [seal]

    Recorded 4 July 1748 Ibid., p541.
    Inventory John Dozier according to Court order, 7 March 1747.
    John Reynolds, John Landman, John Branham, Recorded 4 April 1748. Ibid., p 565.
    Further inventory of estate of Elizabeth Dozier, decsd. 0:10:0 Recorded 31 May 1748

    Elizabeth — Leonard Dozier. Leonard was born 0___ 1680, Westmoreland County, Virginia, a British Colony in America; died 2 Jul 1733, Richmond County, Virginia, a British Colony in America. [Group Sheet]

    1. Susannah Dozier was born 0___ 1720, (Richmond County) Virginia; died 0___ 1791, Richmond County, Virginia; was buried North Farnham Episcopal Church Cemetery, Farnham, Richmond County, Virginia.

Generation: 2