Thomas Moore’s Genealogy Site - Person Sheet
Thomas Moore’s Genealogy Site - Person Sheet
ResidenceEssex County, Virginia
On 8 July 1702, James Boughan and Mary Boughan, with John Taylor, witnessed the will of William Johnson of Southfarnham Parish. The witnesses proved the will in court on 10 August 1702. [Essex County, Virginia, Deed Book 10, page 117.]

Possibly Mary was Mary Webster:
Will of John Webster of Essex County. Unto Mary Boughan, wife of James Boughan one Gold ring of twenty Shillings price. The rest of estate to daughter Mary Webster. Executors: Mary Webster and James Boughan senr. Signed John Webster. Witnesses: Nicho: his 8 mark ffowles, Hugh his a mark MackCarty, Naille his x mark MackCaster. Proved 10 December 1703. [Essex County, Virginia, Deed Book 10, page 123.]

Mary Webster, James Boughan, Tho: Gregson and William Young bound £150 sterling for Mary Webster's and James Boughan's having obtained probate of the last will and testament of John Webster. Dated 10 December 1703. Signed Mary her W mark Webster, James Boughan, Tho Gregson, Will Young. Witnesses: ffrancis Meriwether, Richard Buckner. [Essex County, Virginia, Deed Book 10, pages 136-137.]
Birthabt 1650
Deathabt Feb 1711/1712
FatherJames Boughan (~1630-~1678)
MotherThomasin (~1630->1696)
 Elizabeth (<1685-)
 James (<1682-~1721)
 John (<1684-1720)
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