BLOUNT Among adventurers to America 1620; John, Richard, & Edward Blount. (Burke.) Richard Blount settled in Surry Co
BLITCHENDEN William Blitchenden was granted 50a of land in Nansemond Co Va, Feb 24, 1675/6. Thomas Blitchenden was granted 53a on Newbegun Creek “perquimans precinct” Nov 11, 1718. Newbegun Creek as the boundaries appear at this time, was in Pasquotank
BLANCHARD As this family lived until early in 1800, in Gates County, very little can be found on the Perquimans Records about the Blanchards. Mr. Julian Blanchard of New York City, is preparing a lengthy history of this good family,
BENTLEY Bentley, Richard, m Jane — issue: 1 May b August 29, 1662—2 John b Dec 22, 1665—3 Richards b Feby 2, 1668—4 William b August 15, 1671. Bentley, Richard, m 2d Lidia Mann, July 3, 1677, by Mr. Wood.
BELMAN John Belman, m Sarah Wilson, (d of Robert, & Ann (Blount, d of Thomas), who came to Perq Co, from Isle of Wight Co Va. John Belmans children are given in Symon Creek Reg, as follows: Sary, b 28,
BEASLEY Robert Beasley recorded his mark, in Perq Co, Apl Court 1689. He was married to Johannah Jenkins, Sept 19, 1689. (Berkeley Par Reg.) He had two grants for land, in Perq, one June 1, 1694, 218a, & the other, May
BATEMAN Jonathan Bateman, was granted 400a, in Perq, “on West side of Perq River, in the pocoson, by ye side of Robert Wilsons Creek.” 1684. John Bateman, 250a, on ye North side of Perq River, & West side of Lillys
BARTLETT (Barclift) William Barclift had grt for land in Perq 150a on Little River, adj John Godfrey. July 23, 1694. Bartlett, William (s of William, & Elizabeth) & Ann Duren (d of George, & Ann) were m Oct 6, 1698.
BARROW John Barrow, had a grt for land in Perq, 300a, “at Yawpim Creeque, Prec’t of Berkley, at the mouth of little, or Barrows Creeque.” 1681. This land was renewed to him, Apl 24, 1694. He was one of the Justices
BAKER Lawrence Baker, with his son Lawrence Jr, Elizabeth, John, & Joseph Baker, (all supposed to have been his wife, & children) were Trans’ to Isle of Wight Co, Va 1666, by Anthony Matthews. (Hotten.) The wills in Isle of