Saint Leger, Sheriff of Kent, and his wife, Ursula Neville.
Anthony Saint Leger, Knight, of Ulcombe and of Leeds Castle, Kent County
England. He died 1603.
married Mary Scott about 1578. She was the daughter of Thomas Scott,
Knight, of Scott's Hall, Kent Co. England. After Anthony's death she
married Alexander Culpeper, Knt. of Wigsell, Sussex County.
Warham Saint Leger, Knt., of Ulcombe, Kent Co. was a member of the
Virginia Company and subscriber to the Third Charter, 1611-12. He
accompanied Sir Walter Raleigh on his second voyage to Guaina 1617-18,
being captain of the "Thunder" with seventy-six men and twenty
guns. Raleigh, in his writing of the misconduct of his subordiantes,
stated that all wished to turn pirates except St. Leger. The losses
which Sir Warham incurred on this expedition compelled him to sell Leeds
married Mary Hayward, daughter of Rowland Hayward, Knt., Lord Mayor of
London, of Salmeston, Kent Co. He died Oct 11, 1631. His widow died in
1662 Kent Co. England
Anthony Saint Leger, Knt., Warden of the Mint, 1660, alienated Ulcombe,
1648. He married 1st BARBARA SHERLEY , widow of ______Thornhurst.
m. 2nd, Mary Norwood, m. 3rd, Bridget _____.
Thomas Saint Leger d. 1608
Ursula Saint Leger m. Rev. Daniel Horsmanden
Col. Warham Horsmanden 1628, a loyalist. emigrated to Virginia
during the English Civil Wars, settled Charles City Co. Virginia by
1653/4. He was a member of the House of Burgesses,and of Council,
1658-59. He returned to England and died 1691. He married Susannah
Beeching Feb 27, 1650/1 St. Mary, Somerset, London.
Katherine Saint Leger m. Thomas Culpeper July 10, 1628 Ulcombe Kent
Co. England. He was admitted to Middle Temple May 7, 1621, member of
Virginia Company 1623, an original patentee of the Northern Neck of
Virginia Sept 18, 1649.
Mary Culpeper 1629, d. 1630
Anne Culpeper 1630 d. 1695, buried York Co. England. She married
Christopher Danby of York Co. England.
John Culpeper 1633, presumably died young
Frances Culpeper, baptisted Hollingbourne, May 27, 1634. Married 1st
Capt Samuel Stephens. He was appted. Gov. of Albemarle, died about
1669. (no children)... She married 2nd, William Berkeley, Knt.,
bapt. July 16, 1608 Twickernham, Middlesex England. He became Gov of
Virginia and died 1677. She married 3rd, Philip Ludwell, born 1638,
Governor of North Carolina and South Carolina, returned
to England about 1700, buried Stratford le Bow, Middlesex.
Capt Alexander Culpeper, Esq, granted office of Surveyor General of
Virginia Oct 25, 1671 on return to England. He died 1694, unmarried.
John Culpeper, Gent., Surveyor General of South Carolina, later of
Albemarle Co. North Carolina; He participated in Culpeper's
Rebellion, tried for treason in England. He married 1st, Judith___,
2nd Margaret___ Bird, 3rd. Sarah Mayo.
John Saint Leger m. Rebecca Horsmanden
Warham Saint Leger d. 1621/2
Mary Saint Leger 1612, married Col. William Codd, Esq of Wateringbury
Kent Co. England Nov 27, 1632. He died 1653.
Col. St. Leger Codd 1635, admitted Grays Inn May 1, 1656,
emigrated to Virginia by 1670, removed to Cecil Co. Maryland, died
1706. He married 1st Anne (Mottrom) Wright Fox, 2nd Anne (Bennett)
Bland. She died in November 1687 at Wharton’s Creek, Kent County,
Maryland. He m. 3rd Anne (Hynson) Randall Wickes. Colonel St. Leger
Codd left a will dated 7 November 1706 and proved in Maryland on 9
February 1707/8, and in Lancaster, Virginia, on 8 April 1708.
of Anne Bennett Bland Codd..
St. Leger Codd
Rowland Saint Leger
Dudley Saint Leger
Frances Saint Leger
George Saint Leger
Lt. Col. Heyward Saint Leger
Alexander Saint Leger
Anne Saint Leger born about 1555 married Thomas Digges of Barham, Kent Co.
Mary, daughter of
Sir John Leger, married Sir Richard Grenville, son of Sir Roger Grenville
b. 1540, aided Sir Walter Raleigh. Sailed to Roanoake Island.