Household 5 - Robert Drummond's Heirs - Contributed by Gail M. Walczyk

ROBERT DRUMMOND'S HEIRS

HOUSEHOLD 5

Robert Drummond, son of John Drummond and Amy Parker, was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1726. Robert died before 25 December 1792 (Nottingham Wills: 397 ).

He married Anna Ritta circa 1754 in Accomack Co., VA. Her maiden name is unknown. Anna Ritta was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1736. Anne died after 2 July 1806 (Miles & Miles: 175, 176). Anne Ritta's proper name was Henrietta. The name Anna Ritter or Ann Ritta is a corruption of Henrietta. On the Shore females have been noted in court records as Anna Ritter/Anne Ritter/Ritter &c only to found in other records and Henrietta.

Anne Ritta was the admistrator of the estate of her daughter Elicia Drummond on 27 October 1795 in Accomack Co., VA (Nottingham Wills: 414).

On in 1804 in Accomack Co., VA, the boundaries of the lands of Anna Ritta Drummond and an were processioned. (Walczyk Processioners: 68). Anna Ritta Drummond was noted on the 1804 Procession as Ritta Drummond. (68).The procession was ordered to be taken be taken on November the first 1803 in the Sixteenth District of St. George Parish Feby 27th which was from Gore's Line to the head of Hunting Creek Branch the south prong and so up the said Branch to the Court House Road including the Court Yard Lines (68). The text reads:

Lines between Danl Drummond & Ritta Drummond and Lines between Solo Russell & Ritta Drummond.

Anna Ritta made a will on 2 July 1806 in Accomack Co., VA. It was probated 30 September 1806 (Miles & Miles Wills: 175, 176). An abstract reads:

DRUMMOND, ANNA RITTER, 2 July 1806 / 30 September 1806 - Son Richard Drummond and son-in-law Robert Drummond Extrs. To son Richard Drummond. To Tabitha Drummond. to son Richard Drummond negro boy Preeson. to daughter Margaret Drummond Negro woman Leah. To grandson Heli Bagwell Negro boy James & if Heli dies, then to granddaughter Eliza Drummond, daughter of Robert Drummond. To son George Drummond 1 shilling & none of my grandchildren not mentioned to have any part remainder to son Richard Drummond & daughter Margaret Drummond. Witt: Thomas Bayly Sr. and Tabitha Drummond. Prob John Custis (B. S.) & Robert Russell of George security."

On 16 March 1763 in Accomack Co., VA, Robert was assigned pew no. 13 in St. George's Church (Walczyk Vestry: 18). Robert Drummond was paid 1000 pounds of Tobacco for keeping Peggy Dayson (89).

On 5 September 1791 in Accomack Co., VA, the boundaries of the lands of Robert Drummond and an unknown person were processioned. an unknown person was present (Walczyk Overseers: 40). The Processioners returns for St. George Parish for the Year 1791 were originally recorded with the records of the Overseers of the Poor.

The record for District 14 reads in part:

No 14 - In Obedience to an Order of the Overseers of the poor, bearing date Septr 5th 1791 have processioned the Land from Deep Creek to the line of the Parish Including the Courtyard. Processioned the Different lines . . . Also Thomas Bayly, Smith Melson Junr, Danl Drummond, Robt Drummond Senr, Sol: Russell, Isaiah Russell orpn, Drake Drummond and Jno Drummond; also Drake Drummond and John Drummond & Isaiah Russell orpn; also Soloman Russell, Isaiah Russell orpn & Robert Drummond; also Danl Drummond, Robert Drummond Senr, Smith Melson Junr & Stephen Drummond . . .

Robert made a will on 29 October 1792 in Accomack Co., VA. It was probated on 25 December 1792 (Nottingham Wills: 397). An abstract of his will reads:

Drummond, Robert Oct. 1792 - 25 Dec. 1792 - To wife Anariter Drummond the use of all my lands during her widow, reversion to my son George Drummond. To son Henry Drummond.  To daughter Elizabeth Drummond. To daughter Elisha Drummond.  To daughter Rosey Drummond.  To daughter Nancy Drummond. To son James Drummond. To son Richard Drummond. To daughter Peggy Drummond. Grandchildren Solomon & Betsey Melson. To wife 1/3 of personal estate in lieu of dower.  Daughter Sarah Garrat. Children George, Sarah, Elizabeth, Henry, Elisha, Rosey, Nancy, James, Richard & Peggy Drummond & Solomon & Betsy Melson residual legatees. Wife Anariter, George & Henry Drummond Exrs.  Witt:  William Drummond, Smith Melson,  Jr., Thomas Johnson.

On in 1796 in Accomack Co., VA, the boundaries of the lands of Robert Drummond were processioned (Walczyk Processioners:12). The heirs of Robert Drummond were noted on the 1796 Procession ordered to be taken September the second 1795 in the Sixteenth District of St. George Parish Feby 27th [1804] which was From Gore's Line to the head of Hunting Creek Branch the south prong and so up the said Branch to the Court House Road including the Court Yard Lines Thomas Waters, Francis Aires, Levin Aires processioners - The text reads:

"Lines between Solomon Russel & Robt Drummond's heirs. Lines between Robert Drummond's heirs & Solomon Russell. Lines between Robert Drummond's heirs & Daniel Drummond. Lines between Robert Drummond's heirs & Thomas Bayly. Thos Bayly, Edmd Aires & others present."

Robert Drummond and Anna Ritta had the following children:

1. George Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1755. In Robert Drummond 's will on 29 October 1792 in Accomack Co., VA, Elizabeth was named as an heir. It was probated on 25 December 1792 (Nottingham Wills:397). George mentioned in the will of his mother, Anna Ritta on 2 July 1806 in Accomack Co., VA.. It was probated 30 September 1806 (Miles & Miles Wills: 175, 176)

2. Sarah Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1757. Sarah died before 26 Jan 1797 ( Accomack Wills 1796-1798: 136-138).  She married Henry Garrett circa 1777 in Accomack Co., VA. Henry was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1754. Henry died before 23 February 1795. (Nottingham Wills: 423). Henry Garrett made a will on 8 February 1795 in Accomack Co., VA. It was probated 23 February 1795 (Nottingham Wills: 423). An abstract reads:

GARRETT, HENRY - 8 Feb. 1795 - 23 Feb. 1795 - Friend Southy Bull to have the use of my negroe George for the support & maintenance of my children Susey & Henry for so long as he shall keep them. Should my wife be with child the said child to have 1s. only of my estate Children Caty, Robert, Susanna, Henry & Elisha residual legatees. Friends Tully Wise & Southy Bull Exrs. Witt: Tully Wise, Mitchel Chandler, Susannah Hall.

In Robert Drummond 's will on 29 October 1792 in Accomack Co., VA, Sarah was named as an heir. It was probated on 25 December 1792 (Nottingham Wills:397).

Sarah Drummond and Henry Garrett had the following children:

i. Caty Garrett was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1780 (Nottingham Wills: 423).

ii. Robert Garrett was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1783 (Nottingham Wills: 423).

iii. Susanna Garrett was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1786 (Nottingham Wills: 423).

iv. Henry Garrett was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1789 (Nottingham Wills: 423).

v. Elisha Garrett was born circa 1791 (Nottingham Wills: 423)

3. Elizabeth Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1759. In Robert Drummond 's will on 29 October 1792 in Accomack Co., VA, Elizabeth was named as an heir. It was probated on 25 December 1792 (Nottingham Wills:397).

4. Henry Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1760. Henry died bef 26 Jan 1797 (Accomack Wills 796-1798: 136-138). He married Sophia Rodgers on 23 November 1785 in Accomack Co., VA. Sophia was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1767. In Robert Drummond 's will on 29 October 1792 in Accomack Co., VA, Henry was named as an heir. It was probated on 25 December 1792 (Nottingham Wills: 397).

Henry Drummond and Sophia Rodgers had the following children:

i. John Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1787. John died before 28 December 1807. John made a will on 5 December 1807 in Accomack Co., VA. It was probated (Miles & Miles Wills: 177). An abstract of his will reads:

DRUMMOND, JOHN (of Henry) 5 December 1807 / 28 December 1807 - Uncle Robert Drummond Extr. to sister Margaret Drummond all my land whereon my father lived & my Negro girl Sarah & if she dies before 21 or without issue, then to Elisha Chandler & Levin Ayres & my Negro girl to James Drummond, son of Richard & Lucas Drummond, son of Robert. The land that is in dispute between my aunt Elizabeth Ayres & others & myself to Elizabeth Ayres. To uncle Robert Drummond Negro boy Ruben. To cousin Levin Ayres ... All my money to my aunt Margaret Ayres & uncle Robert Drummond. Witt: Thomas Bayly & Levin Parker. Prob: William R. Custis & Laban Gunter.

ii. Margaret Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1789. She married William Smith on 24 December 1807 in Accomack Co., VA. William was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1772. William was the son of William Smith William and Elizabeth "Betty" Parker. William died before 30 June 1823 (Miles & Miles Wills: 496). William was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census in Accomack Co., VA (Powell Census 1800, 1810, 1820: 56). The 1810 census reads: William W. Smith, 1 male to 45, 1 female 0-10, 1 female to 26, 3 slaves. He was listed in St. George Parish on page 50A.

5. Elicia Drummond of was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1763. Elicia died before 27 October 1795 (Nottingham Wills: 414). In Robert Drummond 's will on 29 October 1792 in Accomack Co., VA, Elicia was named as an heir. It was probated on 25 December 1792 (Nottingham Wills:397). On 27 October 1795 the estate of Elicia Drummond was administered to Anna Ritta Drummond. (Nottingham Wills: 414). The text reads:

DRUMMOND, ELICIA - Adm. her estate to Annaretter Drummond - Smith Melson, Jr. & Stephen Drummond sec. - 27 Oct. 1795

6. Rosey Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1765. In Robert Drummond 's will on 29 October 1792 in Accomack Co., VA, Rosey was named as an heir. It was probated on 25 December 1792 (Nottingham Wills:397).

7. Amy Drummond was born circa 1767. Amy died before 29 October 1792. She married Daniel Melson on 24 December 1785 in Accomack Co., VA (Turman:198). The record reads:

Daniel Melson to marry Amy Drummond on 24 December 1785. Henry Fitzgerald security.

Daniel was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1760. Daniel was the son of Solomon and Elizabeth Melson He married Sophia Drummond on 6 August 1796 in Accomack Co., VA (Turman: 198). The text reads:

Melson, Daniel, Sophia Drummond (widow of David), 6 August 1796. Thomas Evans security.

On 8 January 1796 in Accomack Co., VA, St. George Parish District 17, the boundaries of the lands of Daniel Melson were processioned (Walczyk Processions:15). Levin White was present. The text in part reads:

17th From the head of Hunting Creek Branch to the line of the Parish and up to the Court House road. Henry Custis, Johannis Watson & Thos Hickman Processioners . . . John Lilliston's heirs & John Dix. Lines between John Lillaston's heirs & Levin White. Lines between John Lillaston's heirs & Benjamin Prewit, Daniel Melson, Benjn Prewit & John Dix present. Lines between Smith Melson & Thomas Bayly. Lines between Smith Melson & Daniel Melson. Lines between Smith Melson & William Turner, Levin White, Jacob Wright & Benjn Prewit present.

Smith Melson mentions Daniel Melson in his will 27 June 1796 in Accomack Co., VA Nottingham Wills: 434). An abstract of his will reads:

MELSON, SMITH, Sr. - 4 Mar. 1796 - 27 June 1796 - To wife Betty whole estate during her widow & at her death or marriage to my son Smith Melson 100 acres where I now live adjcent the land of Sophia Drummond, Daniel Melson & Levin White & Thomas Bayly. All the remaining part of my land adjcent the above I lend to my son Jonathan Melson during his natural life, reversion to my grandson Smith Melson, son of Jonathan. 4 daughters Abigil Prewit, Frances Melson, Mary Lewis & Tabitha Middleton residual legatees. Wife & son Smith Melson Exrs. Witt: William Drummond, Edmund Only, Nancy Lewis.

Amy Drummond and Daniel Melson had the following children:

i. Solomon Melson was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1787.

ii. Elizabeth Melson was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1790.

8. Richard2 Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1769. Richard died in 1834. He married Catherine Milliner circa 1793 in Accomack Co., VA. Catherine was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1767. Catherine was the daughter of Smith and Mary Milliner. Catherine died before 27 September 1830 (Nottingham Stratton: 16).

In Smith Milliner 's will on 21 June 1819 in Accomack Co., VA, Catherine was named as an heir. It was probated 26 July 1839 (Miles & Miles Wills: 384 ). An abstract of his will reads:

MILLINER, SMITH - 21 June 1919 - 26 July 1819 - Wife Nancy Milliner & friend William Bagwell Extrs. To wife Nancy Milliner my plantation whereon I now live for the term of 4 years ... & ... To son Thomas Milliner.... To son Smith Milliner at the end of the 4 year term of my wife, the plantation whereon I now live & he to pay the mortgage held by the heirs of John Dix decd. If he defaults on the mortgage, then the plantation to be sold to pay the mortgage & the remaining to my 5 sons Smith, James, John, Southey, & Thomas Milliner & 2 daughters Tabitha & Ann Maria Milliner, one full share each. To daughters Catherine Drummond, Susey Hurst, & Molly Milliner, 1.2 share each. To daughter Ann Maria Milliner ... My Negro man Jingo to free the Christmas following my death. Witt: William Bagwell, Samuel Teackle & Levin Phillips. Prob: Isaiah Bagwell & George P. Bagwell securities."

Catherine Milliner was mentioned in court on 27 September 1830 in Accomack Co., VA (Nottingham, Causes: 16). The abstract reads:

Be it ordered that Smith, John, Southey, Thomas, and Anna Maria Milliner and Susanna Hurst, wife of Thomas Hurst, Polly Carey, wife of Samuel S. Carey, Nancy Milliner, devisee of James Milliner, Richard, William, James, Henry, Catherine and Tabitha Drummond, William Dunton and John Dunton are heirs at law of Robert Milliner dec'd., formerly lieutenant in the Virginia Navy in the Revolutionary War. The said Smith, John, Southey, Thomas, Tabitha and Anna Maria Milliner, Polly Carey, Susanna Hurst being the children of Smith Milliner, dec'd who was the eldest brother of the said Robert Milliner, dec'd., who died before 1 January 1787, and the said Richard, William, James, Catherine and Tabitha Drummond being children of Catherine Drummond, dec'd., daughter of the said Smith Milliner dec'd., and the said William Dunton and John Dunton being the children of Elizabeth Dunton, dec'd., who was a daughter of said Smith Milliner. dec'd.

In Robert Drummond's will on 29 October 1792 in Accomack Co., VA, Richard was named as an heir. It was probated on 25 December 1792 (Nottingham Wills:397). In his mother, Anne Ritta Drummond's will on 2 July 1806 in Accomack Co., VA, Richard was named as an heir. It was probated 30 September 1806 (Miles & Miles: 175, 176). He was also named by Anne to handle her estate on 2 July 1806 in Accomack Co., VA. The will was probated 30 September 1806 (175, 176).

Richard Drummond and Catherine Milliner had the following children:

i. Richard T. Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1795.

ii. William Drummond was born circa 1797. He married Mary Parker on 3 March 1824 in Accomack Co., VA (Turman: 89). Mary was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1804. Mary was the daughter of Michael Parker and Rachel Crockett. See the household of Michael Parker in district 11.

iii. James Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA on 11 August 1800 (Drummond Bible). James died on 8 March 1875. He was buried in the Drummond Burial Ground on Matchatank Cr (Mihalyka Graven: 74). He married twice. He married Harriet Kellam on 24 November 1828 in Accomack Co., VA.(Turman: 87). Harriet was born in Accomack Co., VA on 10 December 1809 (Mihalyka Graven: 74). Harriet died on 4 July 1848. (Mihalyka Graven: 74). He married Ruth Parker Taylor on 7 March 1850 in Accomack Co., VA. (Turman: 88). Ruth was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1810. Ruth died on 4 November 1886 (Walczyk Deaths: 50).

iv. Catherine Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1802. Catherine died in February 1841 (Drummond Bible).

v. Tabitha Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1805. Tabitha died on 1 June 1836 (Drummond Bible).

9. Nancy Drummond was born circa 1775, She married Heli Bagwell circa 1793 in Accomack Co., VA. Heli was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1765. Heli was the son of Spencer and Sophia Bagwell In Spencer Bagwell's will on 23 September 1778 in Accomack Co., VA, Heli was named as an heir. It was probated 23 February 1779. An abstract of his will reads:

BAGWELL, SPENCER - 23 Sept. 1778 - 23 Feb. 1779 - To wife Sophia use of all my lands & water mill during her wid, then my son John Bagwell to have the plantation where I live containing 120 acres & my water mill, also my right on Cedar Island. To son Heli Bagwell land at Folly Landing which I leased to Thorowgood Smith for a term not yet expires, & for want of heirs to my son John. To son Heli 26 acres in the woods purchased of Thomas Hargriss. Clothing to be divided between 3 sons, John Heli & William. Bal. of estate to be divided between all my children except John, viz: Betty Bonnewell, Sarah, Anne, Heli & William Bagwell at their mother's death or marriage. Children to live with their mother, she to give them good learning & to bind out my younger sons to trades as she conveniently can. Wife & son John Exrs. Witt: James Henry, Elizabeth Fitzhugh. In order of probate: John Bagwell heir at law to the testator.

On 28 December 1795 the estate of Heli Bagwell was administered Nancy Bagwell (Nottingham Wills: 414). BAGWELL, HELE - Adm. his estate to Nancy Bagwell - John Custis (B.S.) & Thomas Cropper sec. - 28 Dec. 1795. In Robert Drummond 's will on 29 October 1792 in Accomack Co., VA, Nancy was named as an heir. It was probated on 25 December 1792 (Nottingham Wills: 397).

Nancy Drummond and Heli Bagwell had the following child:

i. Heli Bagwell was born in Accomack Co., VA on 5 September 1795. Heli died on 13 March 1881 (Bagwell Bible). He married Elizabeth P. Bloxom on 23 December 1819 in Accomack Co., VA. (Turman: 14). Elizabeth was born in Accomack Co., VA on 1 November 1803. (Bloxom Bible). Elizabeth died on 24 November 1834 (Bagwell Bible). On 28 October 1800 his orphan's account was recorded by his guardian, John Custis (Walczyk, Orphans: 83). Some items the account was debited with were board, shoes, and fabric. Some of the credits were: the rent of his and his share of James Drummond estate. On 24 September 1804 his orphan's account was recorded by his guardian, Robert Drummond. (Walczyk, Orphans: 1802-1805: 87).

10. James Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1777. James died before 27 October 1795. (Accomack Wills 1796-1798: 136-138). In Robert Drummond 's will on 29 October 1792 in Accomack Co., VA, James was named as an heir. It was probated on 25 December 1792 (Nottingham Wills: 397).

11. Margaret Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1782. Margaret died after 2 July 1806 (Turman: 88). Margaret was living when her mother, Anna Ritta wrote her will. (Miles& Miles Wills:175. 176). She married Robert Drummond about 5 November 1801 in Accomack Co., VA (Turman: 88). The marriage bond states:

Robert Drummond to marry Peggy Drummond 5 November 1801, Richard Drummond security.

Robert was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1770. Robert was the son of William Drummond. He married second Sarah A. Drummond on 12 June 1810 in Accomack Co., VA. Robert died before 25 March 1822 (Miles & Miles Wills: 177 ). Accomack Co., VA (Mahalyka Graven: 79). Co., VA.. Robert made a will on 5 March 1822 in Accomack Co., VA. It was probated 25 March 1822 (Miles& Miles Wills:177). An abstract of his will reads:

Son Louis Drummond Exr. to wife my estate for the duration of 12 years, then to son Louis Drummond the land I purchased of Smith Melson & Robert Russell. To son John R. Drummond the land I purchased of Major Rayfield. To daughter Elizar Drummond L24 annually if she dose not stay with my wife ... At the decease of myself & my wife all my Negroes to be free. Remainder to Eliza. Remainder to Eliza, William, P. D. Levin D., & Oliver Drummond. Witt: John D. Parks & Major Rayfield. Prob: Sarah Drummond became the admr. with John P. Drummond & Levin Parker her securities.

In her father, Robert Drummond 's will on 29 October 1792 in Accomack Co., VA, Margaret was named as an heir. It was probated on 25 December 1792 (Nottingham Wills:397).

On 31 October 1798, 31 December 1799 and On 28 October 1800 Margaret's orphan's accounts was recorded by her guardian Anna Ritta Drummond, her mother (Walczyk Orphans 1798-1802: 69, 88). The heading of the account reads "Peggy Drummond Orphan of Robert Drummond to Ritter Drummond." Among items listed on both accounts were 31/2 yds of Striped Muslin, 1 pair of gloves, 1 pair Morocco Shoes, 2 yards ribbon, 3 yds of flanning, musling Handkerchiefs, 1 pair of Bobs and Schooling.

In her mother, Anna Ritta Drummond's will on 2 July 1806 in Accomack Co., VA, Margaret was named as an heir. It was probated 30 September 1806 (Miles & Miles Wills: 175, 176)

Margaret Drummond and Robert Drummond had the following children:

i. Eliza Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA circa 1802.

ii. Louis D. Drummond was born in Accomack Co., VA on 10 August 1804 (Mahalyka Graven: 79). Louis died on 23 April 1879 (79). The stone reads: Louis D. Drummond, son of Robert & Margaret.

NOTE: The "circa" dates listed above are an estimation using all resources presently available. Marriage circa dates are estimated by adding 25 year to the birth date of a male and 18 years to the age of a female.

 

Sources:

_____. Accomack County Virginia Wills &c 1796-1798.

_____. Bagwell Family Bible record, 1791-1979. Archives and Manuscripts Room; 31979 MBRC 25; Library of Virginia 

_____. Bloxsom Family Bible record, 1781-1893. Archives and Manuscripts Room; 35022 MBRC 38; Library of Virginia 

_____. Drummond Family Bible (1878) Ruth (Drummond) Belote, Onancock VA. 1979; visit.

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