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Edward OutlawBEF 1652 -- 19 DEC 1713avatar
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John Rice26 FEB 1656 -- 1721avatar
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ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
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John 

1712/17131780  VA, Norfolk  
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Thomas 

1714/1715  VA, Norfolk  
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William 

1716/17171790  VA, Norfolk Mary Wood 
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Ralph 

1720/17241790  NC, Chowan Co Ann ___, Mary Holladay 
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Edward 

abt 17271808  NC, Chowan Co Mary ___ 
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Lewis 

abt 1729abt 1800  NC, Chowan Co Zilphia Freeman 
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George 

abt 17311801   
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  • Will, 12/19/1713: Edward Outlaw's will is in the records for said county at Portsmouth, dated 19 December 1713 and probated 17 December 1714, apparently written and signed by himself Edward was born in County Norfolk, England, circa 1652 and came to Norfolk, County, Virginia, with his brother, Captain John Outlaw. Edward doubtless owed a great deal to his elder brother, Captain John, but John may have been a bad influence on him and got him into trouble with the law on at least two occasions: (1) engaged him and another minor to help him unlawfully kill a steer, and (2) failure to do his share in keeping up the public roads in his area. from Outlaw Genealogy by Albert Timothy Outlaw (1930) second edition and supplement by Abner Henry Outlaw Greensboro, North Carolina (1972) pages 15 - 17 extract of the will of Edward Outlaw:
    - Item I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Eliza the use of my whole estate lands and living both without doors and within during her natural life and after her decease I give and bequeath as follows:
    - Item I give and bequeath unto my son Edward Outlaw one hundred and three acres of land with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging to him and his heirs forever and one negro boy called Cophee and one four gallon porridge pot.
    - Item I give and bequeath unto my son Ralph Outlaw one hundred and two acres of land beginning at a marked persimmon at the upper land of my orchard and so running along the old field to two persimmon trees more and from the last persimmons to run a line to make up the complement and one negro girl called Bess to him and his heirs forever.
    - Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah Bustin [Sarah Outlaw] and my son Ralph Outlaw all my household stuff to be equally divided between them excepting the porridge pot that was given before.
    - Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth King [Elizabeth Outlaw] one negro woman called Diane and her increase forever; Executors: Edward Outlaw and Ralph Outlaw Witnesses: John Freeman, Richard Woodin and Francis Harlowin; Signed: Edward Outlaw; Brief Abstracts of Norfolk County Wills, 1710 - 1753 by Charles Fleming McIntosh, B.L. Published by The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Virginia (1922) page 39
Sources
  1. Book:Colonial Roots; Haywood Lawrence Robertson, Martin Memorial Library, Williamston, NC;
    Source from: Ray Gurganus
  2. Website:Jesse Macon Lawrence;
    Source from: Ray Gurganus
  1. Book:Colonial Roots; Haywood Lawrence Robertson, Martin Memorial Library, Williamston, NC;
    Source from: Ray Gurganus
  2. Website:LDS FamilySearch;
    Source from: Ray Gurganus
  3. Website:Robert Stevens Burlingame;
    Source from: Ray Gurganus
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