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"Cousin Book" by Edith Jackson Hankins [Part 2 of 4].

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Samuel Earle, II and his wife Phyllis had five children: Hannah Earle married Co. John Baylis. Elizabeth Earle married William Hackney, Jr. Our ancestor, Samuel III. Phyllis Earle who married John Mockridge. Mary Earle, married John Kite and died in 1735.

Samuel Earle, II died in July of 1746. His will is dated 1744 in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Phyllis Bennett Earle, was the daughter of John Bennett, who resided in Westmoreland County, Virginia and who married (2) as her third husband, Mattilda Allerton Earle Rust (stepmother of Samuel Earle, II). Samuel Earle, II, of course, was son of Samuel Earle, I. Samuel I was born about 1640 in England and married about 1659 Bridget Hale (Hayles). They had a son, our ancestor, Samuel II and Bridget died in 1694. She was daughter of Thomas Hale of Westmoreland County, Virginia. Thomas Hayles (Hale) bought Yoecomico land from the Indians in 1649.

Samuel Earle, I married (2) Mattilda Allerton and died in 1697.

Samuel Earle's parents were John and Mary Symons Earle. John was born in 1612 in Nye, Winscombe, Somersetshire, England. He married Mary Symons about 1637 in England. Mary, sister of Francis, was born 1617 in Gloucestershire, England. They lived in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Here are three of their children: William Earle Samuel Earle, born 1640, married (1) Bridget Hale (2) Mattilda Allerton and died in 1697.

John Earle, Jr.

Mary Symons Earle died in 1659 and John Earle died in September of 1660. They are buried at Caple Parrish Church in Westmoreland 35