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The Booker Family Genealogy.

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Booker makes bequests to their children. It may be that George 3 Booker was the person of the name whose will was dated October 13, and proved Dec. 22, 1791 in Amelia. He bequeaths to his son George (if said George returns to the State), and the land he lived on; bequests to sons, Richardson and Efford Booker, granddaughter Sally Marshall Booker, grandson George Booker, daughters Edith, Sarah, Grace, and Judith; and granddaughter Sally Richeson Hudson. 73. EDWARD 3 BOOKER, died in 1761. His will, dated November 19, 1760, and proved in Amelia June 25, 1971, contains bequests to his children George and Lucy Booker, the children of his brothers George and Richard Booker, and his sister Sarah Munford; and his brother-in-law, James Clarke. We have no further information in regard to this branch of the family. It may be that George Booker, the son named in the will, was the one who removed to Elizabeth City Count. MARRIAGES The following marriage bonds, relating to members of the Booker family, are on record in Amelia: 18.