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- Henrico County records, 1732-1742, consists of a will, dated 18 January 1731 and recorded 2 October 1732, of Elizabeth Gee (d. 1732) of Henrico County, Virginia. Also includes a deed for one acre, dated and recorded 4 October 1742, between William Byrd (1674-1744) of "Westover" in Charles City County, Virginia, and Henry Cary (ca. 1675-1749) of Henrico County
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- The Cary family arrived in Virginia when Miles Cary (1623-1667) of Bristol, England, immigrated to Warwick County about 1645, establishing the family home at "The Forest." Miles Cary's grandson Henry Cary (ca. 1675-1749) lived in Williamsburg, constructing several structures for the College of William & Mary. In 1730, he moved to Henrico county and established his home at "Ampthill" in that part of Henrico County south of the James River which is now Chesterfield County. Cary purchased much of land he owned in Henrico County and the city of Richmond, south and north of the river, from William Byrd II (1674-1744). He constructed a flour mill on his Henrico lands and served as sheriff of the county.
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