Thomas Moore’s Genealogy Site - Person Sheet
Thomas Moore’s Genealogy Site - Person Sheet
NameVincent Dyke
Birthabt 1792
Deathabt 1853
Fathermale Dyke
MotherCatherine (-1828)
On 23 January 1811, the land of Thomas Dunn was divided among his wife and children. A paper in Dunn vs. Dunn, filed on 18 February 1811, concerned division of land of Thomas Dunn, including a map. Lot 1 to Maria Dunn, lot 2 to Robert Dunn, lot 3 to Billington Dunn, lot 4 to Thomas Dunn, lot 5 to Vincent Dyke, plus a widow’s lot. Division made on 23 January 1811 by Sthreshly Rennolds, Micajah Munday, Ben H. Munday; TK Noel, surveyor. [Essex County, Virginia, Box Chancery No. 21, item 21-C-10] Another paper adds that Thomas’s widow was Jane Dunn, that Thomas died in 1810, and that Vincent Dyke’s wife is named Susan. [Essex County, Virginia, Box Chancery No. 21, item 21-C-7.]

On 16 January 1818, Thomas F. Dunn and Eliza his wife of Essex County sold to Vincent Dyke of the same. For 34 pounds 3 shillings, a tract of land in Essex bordering the land of Billington Dunn, Vincent Dyke, and Hoskins’s Creek, containing ten acres, three roods and fifteen perches, it being a part of the land devised to Thomas F. Dunn by his father Thomas Dunn. Signed Thomas F Dunn, Eliza her + mark Dunn. Witnesses: Lewis Rouse, Robert W Dunn, Billington Dunn. Ordered recorded 11 October 1819. [Essex County, Virginia, Deed Book 40, page 2.]

On 17 August 1824, Billington Dunn, Johnathan Dunn and Vincent Dyke were bound $1,000 for Billington Dunn’s administration of the goods, chattles and credits of John Brown. [Essex County, Virginia, Will Book 20, pages 74–75.]

Vincent Dyke was mentioned in the undated will of his mother, Catherine Dyke, proved 15 September 1828. To two sons Jack and Vincent Dyke one negroe boy named Dennis[?]. To son Vincent, two negroes by the name of Presley and black Lucy. To son Vincent Dyke two negroe boys Bartly and Silas. My two sons Jack and Vincent Dyke to be executors. Certificate of probate granted to Jack and Vincent Dyke. [Essex County, Virginia, Will Book 21, pages 278–279.]

In an undated petition, probably from the early 1830s, orators and oratrices Vincent Dyke and Susan his wife who was Susan Dunn a daughter of Thomas Dunn deceased, Moredecai Rouse trustee for Maria Rouse and her children, which said Maria was Maria Dunn a daughter of Thomas Dunn deceased, Billington Dunn, Robert Rennolds orphan of Sthreshley Rennolds by Edmund F. Noel his next friend, and Robert Clarke and Mary his wife, complained that Jane Dunn widow of Thomas Dunn holds dower slaves. Sthreshley Rennolds purchased the interest of Thomas F. Dunn, a son of Thomas Dunn. Robert Clark holds interest through a deed from Billington Dunn to his wife Mary Anne, which Billington had purchased of Vincent Dyke who purchased it from Robert W. Dunn another son of Thomas Dunn. [Essex County, Virginia, Box Chancery No. 44, item 44-J-26.]
FatherThomas Dunn (-1810)
MotherJane “Janey” Gatewood (~1760-~1838)
Marriageabt 18 Sep 1809, Essex County, Virginia
ChildrenWarner A. (~1812-1873)
 Robert L. (~1828-)
 Oswald Hardy (~1834-)
 Henry Jackson (~1827-1878)
 Mary Adeline (~1834-1882)
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