Thomas Moore’s Genealogy Site - Person Sheet
Thomas Moore’s Genealogy Site - Person Sheet
NameConstance Parr
Deathaft 1765
Birthaft 1679
ResidenceEssex County, Virginia
FatherPhilip Parr (-1701)
MotherJudith Alleman (-1753)
Constant Parr was listed in the 1699 will of her father Phillip Parr. She received a 150 acre plantation. [Essex County, Virginia, Deed Book 10, page 88.]

On 1 May 1724, Thomas Edmondson and Constant his wife and Charles Breedlove and Mary his wife of the County of Essex and parish of Southfarnham leased to Thomas ffitchjeffress of the same, for 10 shillings, 50 acres on Piscataway Creek. Signed Tho: Edmondson, Constand her C mark Edmondson, Charles Breedlove, Mary her m mark Breedlove. Witnesses: Wm Covington, Thos Crow. On 2 May 1724, this tract was released for 2,250 pounds of tobacco and cask, “Part of a pattent of one hundred & eighty nine acres of Land formerly granted to Mr Jno Webster deced and now doth of right belong unto the Said Constand Edmondson & Mary Breedlove as heirs from Mary Webb deced daughter of the aforesaid John Webster”. Same signatures and witnesses. Recorded 19 May 1724. [Essex County, Virginia, Deed Book 17, pages 321–324.]

On 23 November 1744, a Constant Edmondson witnessed the will of Benjamin Fisher of the Parish of Southfarnham and County of Essex. She signed with her mark C. [Essex County, Virginia, Will Book 7, pages 327–329.]

On 18 December 1750, Constance Edmondson, Thos Edmondson Junior and John Edmondson were bound £500 for Constance Edmondson’s and Thomas Edmondson’s administration of the goods chattles and credits of Thomas Edmondson deceased. Signed Constance her C mark Edmondson. [Essex County, Virginia, Will Book 8, pages 383–384.]

An inventory of the estate of Thomas Edmondson was ordered on 18 December 1750 and was made on 19 January 1750/1 by Wm Covington, Richd Gatewood and Jno Evans. No total valuation. Presented by Thos Edmondson and Const Edmondson. Recorded 22 May 1751. [Essex County, Virginia, Will Book 9, pages 67–69.]

Constance Edmondson was mentioned in the 6 March 1753 will of her mother Judith Edmondson. [Essex County, Virginia, Will Book 9, pages 236-237.]

On 17 March 1766, Constance Edmondson deposed that when her son William was married, that his father Thomas Edmondson gave him a slave. The same day, Susanna Allen, aged 56 years or thereabouts, deposed that the day William Edmondson married his present wife that his father gave him a slave Philis. Witnesses to both depositions: Frans Waring, John Upshaw. [Essex County, Virginia, Box Chancery No. 4, item 4-H-2.]
Birthaft 1694
FatherThomas Edmondson (<1647-1715)
 William (-1774)
 Philip Parr (~1717-)
 James (~1725-1792)
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