Bridgett Fuqua1

#2042, b. circa 1720/21, d. after 1 April 1792
Father*Joseph Fuqua d. a 28 Oct 1782
Mother*Anna Sampson d. b 21 Oct 1782
     Bridgett Fuqua was born circa 1720/21 Buckingham County, Virginia. She was the daughter of Joseph Fuqua and Anna Sampson. Bridgett Fuqua married John Beasley before 1743. Bridgett Fuqua died after 1 April 1792.
     As of before 1743,her married name was Beasley (Fuqua). She left a will after 1 April 1792 Buckingham County, Virginia,

Will of Bridget Beazley of the County of Buckingham, dated 1 April 1792. Names son Fuqua Beazley, deceased husband John Beazley, son Hiram Beazley, daughter Mary Palmer, and her daughter Nancy Palmer, Susanna Robertson [no relationship stated] son William Beazley, son John Beazley, son James Beazley, daughter Winney Hurt, daughter Sally Cason, son William Beazley and Nixon Palmer executors.

Wit: Thomas Wood, Thomas Wooldridge, James Rawton.2

Children of Bridgett and John

Last Edited=5 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. [S124] "Notes from the Burned Counties", Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly #3 (01 Jul 1967): Buckingham - Will of John Beazley lists loving wife Bridget, sons Charles, William, John and Jonaghan, daughters Winney, Mary, Sally, and Nancy, under 21 year old sons James, Fuqua, and Hiram.

    Will of Bridget Beazley, 1 April 1792, names son Fuqua Beazley, deceased husband John Beazley, son Hiram Beazley, daughter Mary Palmer, and her daughter Nancy Palmer, Susanna Robertson, son William Beazley, son John Beazley, daughter Winney Hurt, daughter Sally Cason, son William Beazley and Nixon Palmer, executors.; 66.
  2. [S109] Library of Virginia Archives and Manuscripts, online http://lva1.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/F, Title: Beazley, Bridget: Will Date: 1793 Source: Prince Edward Co. Chancery Causes, 1783_011 Rights: There are no restrictions. Date Created: 2013 Relation Is Part Of: Lost Records Localities Collection, 1674-1928 Spatial: Buckingham County Bibliographic Citation: Lost Records Localities Digital Collection, [name of county/city], [title], [date]. Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA 23219. Notes: This digital collection is comprised of scans of records that were photocopied for the Lost Records Localities collection. Image quality may vary depending on quality of available paper copies (originals and photocopies) of records. Digital images from the Chancery Records Index are used when available. Biographical/Historical Note: Created in 1761. Records were destroyed by fire in 1869.. Hereinafter cited as Library of Virginia Archives and Manuscripts.