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Casey, John & Nathaniel (Causey's Care) 1620
Posted by: melody speegle (ID *****2286) Date: January 03, 2010 at 13:08:23
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William and Mary College
Quarterly Historical Magazine
Vol. IV. JANUARY, 1896. No. 3
Pages 143-150

5. On August 12, 1646, Walter Aston patented one thousand and forty acres, near Shirley
Hundred, on Kimage’s Creek, two hundred acres of which, known as " Cawsey's Care," were
purchased, in 1634, by Aston of John Causey, being the same land patented by Nathaniel
Causey (probably his father), 10th December, 1620. (Land Register.) Nathaniel Causey was
an old soldier, who came in with the first supply in 1608. Walter Aston's wife is named
in the land patents Warbow or Narbow. He represented Shirley Hundred 1sland in 1629-‘30;
both Shirley Hundreds, Mr. Farrar's and Chaplain’s, in February,1631-‘32; Shirley Hundred
Maine and “Cawsey's Care,” in September, 1632, and February, 1632-'33, Charles City county
in 1642-'43. He was Justice of the Peace and Lieutenant-colonel. He married secondly,
Hannah---------who appears to have married after his death Colonel Edward Hill.
Lieutenant­-colonel Walter Aston had issue: 1, Susannah, relict, in 1655, of Lieutenant­-colonel
Edward Major, deceased; 2, Walter; 3, Mary, m. Richard Cocke, deceased before 1666; 4,
Elizabeth, m. --------Binns. In Byrd's Book of Title Deeds is the will of Walter Aston,
of "Cawsey's Care": To Hannah Hill, his mother, he gives that parcell of land called the
“Level”: to godson




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