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The Booker Family Genealogy.

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of Edward Booker, was dated Dec. 14, 1750. and proved Jan. 18, 1750-51. Legatees: daughter Judith Booker, "my four daughters" (doubtless by first husband), brother, William Archer, and friend, Samuel Cobbs, executors. Issue (1st married): 13. Lucy, married Richard Clarke, of Amelia. He was appointed a justice of Amelia in 1740 but declined to accept; 14. Richard; 15. Rebecca, married in 1736, Thomas Tabb, of Amelia, marriage bond April 10. This was Col. Thomas Tabb, of "Clay Hill," long a Burgess; 16. Mary, married Samuel Tarry, or Terry, and died Nov. 3, 1756; 17. Edward (2nd marriage); 18. Judith. 5. RICHARD BOOKER, was baptized Oct. 29, 1688 (Abingdon Register) and died April 25, 1743 (Family Bible). On July 31, 1732, he had a grant of 970 acres in Prince George County (now Amelia)--Land Book, 14, p. 459. In this grant he is styled "Richard Booker, of James City County, Gent." This land adjoined that of his brother Edward, was between Knibbs and Flat Creeks. On Sept. 16, 1741, as Richard Booker of James City County, he, with Martha (his second wife), conveyed certain lots at Queen Mary Post, Williamsburg (York Records 1741, p. 46). 7.