Reuben Dale was in
Old Rappahannock County Virginia in 1685. The county was divided
into Essex and Richmond Counties. His wife was Elizabeth______.
children: (not listed in order of birth)
1. Thomas Dale m. 1st Frances _____ 2nd Joyce______. He was of Richmond Co. VA
2. Elizabeth Dale m. 1st Thomas Young , 2nd William Dodson
3. Abraham Dale born about 1690 Richmond Co. VA. Married Winifred Southern in 1714. They lived near the boundary of Richmond and Lancaster Co. VA. They were the parents of eight children, all born in North Farnham Parish in Richmond Co. VA
children:( not listed in order of birth)
(1) William Dale b. ca. 1715 died 1759, married Frances Phillips
(2). Ann Dale April 1717
(3) Frances Dale March 18, 1721-2
(4). Abraham Dale April 4, 1724
(5). Thomas Dale April 20, 1730 d. 1772
(6). Robert Dale married Elizabeth____ (Hanks?) He died 1778 in Prince William Co. VA
(7). Isaac Dale Nov 17, 1727
(8). Reuben Dale Sept 21, 1720 He married Hannah Phillips. He transferred land in Richmond Co. VA May 28, 1741 and in Lancaster Co. VA in June 10, 1752.
Major Edward Dale, Gentleman. Probably of the ancient family of Dale of Northampton Co. and London England. He married Diana Skipwith, grandniece of Ann Kempe, wife of Sir Thomas Sherley, the elder. They settled on the northside of the Rappahannock River in Lancaster Co. VA. From 1655-1674 he served as Clerk of Lancaster Co. VA, Justice of the Peace for 14 years, two years as a member of the House of Burgess and 4 years as sheriff. He represented Lancaster Co. VA at a meeting with several others...including: Mr. Wm. Presley, Mr. Peter Presley, Major Isaac Allerton, Col. Wm. Travers, Col. Samuel Griffin, Col. George Mason and Mr. Martin Scarlett.
In 1670 Captain Thomas Carter married Katherine Dale, [daughter of Major Edward Dale and Diana Skipwith].
IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MAJOR EDWARD DALE AND SIR THOMAS DALE ???
Sir Thomas Dale was a soldier, colonizer and naval commander. He enlisted when a youth, about 1588, as a soldier in the service of the Netherlands. On June 19, 1606, he was knighted at Richmond, as Sir Thomas Dale of Surrey. The London Company appointed him marshal of VA in 1611 and granted him leave for three years. Before departing for Virginia he married Elizabeth Throckmorton, daughter of Sir Thomas Throckmorton. In the absence of Gov. Delaware West, he ruled the colony until August when he was relieved by Sir Thomas Gates. Gates left in 1614 and Dale again assumed control. When Dale returned to London in 1616, he brought with him John Rolf and wife, Pocahontas. On Nov 28, 1617, Dale was appointed commander of a London East India Company and sailed for the East Indies Feb 26, 1618. He died Aug 9, 1619 after 20 days of languishing sickness in Masulipatam India.
Abraham Dale and wife Winifred were married about 1716 North Farnham Parish now in Richmond Co. VA. Their son Reubin Dale was born 1720 and he and his wife, Hannah Phillips, were the parents of Isaac Dale born 1751 North Farnham Parish and died in Barren County Kentucky.
Isaac Dale had several children who married Shirleys, and grandchildren who also married Shirleys who lived in Barren Co. KY and Hamilton Co. Illinois. [see April 1979 page 12, Shirley NEWS and January 1982 page 6].
Sir Thomas Dale of Surrey Co. England, entered the service of the Low Countries with Essex (just like Sir Thomas Sherley of Wiston), in 1588. Returned and remained there 1606-1611. He married Elizabeth Throckmorton, daughter of Sir Thomas and Eliz. (dau of Sir Richard Berkeley).
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