First ..thank you Payne for posting the link to the British History Online
website..I had been in it a while back and lost my bookmarks with a computer
crash.. They have added a great deal more transcribed records.
Here was some interesting info...
March 21st 1702
"237. xvii. Similar Address of the Militia Officers of Middlesex County.
Signed, Gawin Corbin, Col., John Grymes, Capt., George Wortham, Lt., Wm.
Killber, Cornet, Tobias Mickleborough, Capt., Tho. Blaky, Lt., John Vivian,
Ensign, John Smith, Capt., John Pace, Lt., John Hipkings, Ensign, ROBERT
DANIELL, Capt., William Malines, Lt., Matthew Parry, Ensign, Henry Perrott,
Capt., Thomas Wood, Lt., William Jones, Ensign. 1 p."
"237. xx. Similar Address of the Magistrates and Grand Jury of Charles City
County. Grand Jury : John Cocke, Anthony Wyatt, Robt. New, Thomas Jackson,
George Pasmoore, James Harrison, Randall Madax, Roger Rest, David Gudgam,
Jno. Wickett, JNO. DANIEL, THOMAS DANIELL, James Gabeker, Tho. Woodham,
Robt. Harwood, Jno. Hunt, Tho. Andorson, James Gunn, Danl. Higdon, Jno.
Baxter. Justices : Rich. Bland, Chas. Goodrich, Daniel Lewellin, Robt.
Bolling, Littlebury Epes, Geo. Blighton, Jno. Hardiman, Joshua Wynne, Richd.
Bradford. Sheriff : Micajah Lowe. 1 p."
'America and West Indies: March 1702, 21-25', Calendar of State Papers
Colonial, America and West Indies: 1702, volume 20 (1912), pp. 153-170. URL:
. Date accessed: 08 March 2008.