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The Booker Family Genealogy.

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divided between five children, Martha, Mary, William, Lowry and John. Appoints "My worthy friend, Thomas Tabb, Gent.," guardian to the five children.

21. JOHN BOOKER[superscript]3[/superscript] (Richard[superscript]2[/superscript], Richard[superscript]1[/superscript]) removed to Amelia, was justice of that county in 1769, sheriff in 1778 and in 1786 was presiding justice of the county court. In the Amelia records is a deed from him to his nephews, Richard Booker, Jr., and Thos. Barret, in 1785. He married Aug. 8, 1748, Phoebe Worsham. John Booker died in 1795, and as he probably had provided for his children, his will dated July 20, proved in Amelia Sept. 24, 1795, only contains bequests to his grandchildren, John, Ann, Betty, Patty and William (children of his son John).

Issue: 48. Richard, born July 23, 1747, served in the Revolution as Captain in the Continental Line. He married, but left no issue and by his will, proved in Chesterfield County in 1793, left half his estate to his nephew, Richard, son of John Booker, Jr.; 49 Judith, born No. 24, 1748; married (?) Oct. 22, 1761, Peter Bland? (Marriage bond, Amelia); 50. John. 13.