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The Booker Family Genealogy.

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August 3, 1690 (Abingdon Register.) Issue (by second marriage, as far as known): 7. Frances; 8. George, of Gloucester County. Frances Stokes in her will, dated November 1, 1751, bequeathed property to her brother George Booker, of Gloucester County, and to his children, Richard, George and Edward Booker, and Sarah Munford. 7. FRANCES BOOKER, married ___ Stokes, and died in Amelia County, in 1752, leaving a considerable estate. Her will, dated November 1, 1751, and proved December 28, 1752, in Amelia, is of much assistance in giving a correct account of the family. She bequeaths land to Lucy Clarke. Legacies to Richard, George, and Edward Booker, and Sarah Mumford, children of "my brother, George Booker, of Gloucester County." To Hannah, daughter of Richard Clarke and Lucy, his wife. To James, son of Richard Clarke. To Mary, wife of Samuel Tarry and Frances and Mary Tarry, their daughters. To Edward, son of Major Booker (Major Richard Booker). To Edward Booker, son of Captain Edward Booker. To Major Richard Booker, Captain Edward Booker, Lucy Clarke and Mary Tarry, children of Col. Edward Booker, deceased. To "my brothers," George Booker and William Marshall. To Edmond Booker, Sr. and Jane, his wife. To John and Marshall Tabb, children of Captain Thomas 4.