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Home of George and Joan Stovall— Albury, Surrey—1657
Birth of Bartholomew—August 1665
Richard Farley—May 1671
Bartholomew Growing—August 22, 1680
Richard Kennon—London—1683
Bartholomew and Sarah—August 24, 1683
The Road to London—December 1683
The Passage—July 1684
Jamestown, Virginia—November 11, 1684
Indenture’s End—1688
Marriage of Bartholomew and Ann August 8, 1693
The 320—March 15, 1706
The Death of Bartholomew Stovall August 23, 1723
Epilogue
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Bartholomew Stovall

Bartholomew Stovall

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Kennon Plantation – 1692
On December 27, a messenger arrived with two letters. Richard and Bartholomew had taken the children to play on section 10, so Elizabeth was so bold as to read the sealed replies. The first was marked “To Richard and Elizabeth Kennon”
She folded the letter and put it in her coat. Quickly, she opened the second letter marked “To Bartholomew Stoval.”
“She better learn to spell his name correctly,” Elizabeth smirked.

December 26, 1692
Dear Bartholomew,
Ann has spoken of you on many occasions. She said you worked miracles when you visited her at Bradley’s. I wish to apologize for my nonattendance when you first came to meet me.
I will speak for Ann and say that I would surely enjoy meeting you by year’s end. Please feel free to join us when you can.
Regards,
Susannah Hatcher Burton

Elizabeth folded the letter and looked in the direction of husband, children, and friend thinking, “Miracles, indeed! Lady, you’ll soon see.”



Kennon Plantation – 1692
On December 27, a messenger arrived with two letters. Richard and Bartholomew had taken the children to play on section 10, so Elizabeth was so bold as to read the sealed replies. The first was marked “To Richard and Elizabeth Kennon”
She folded the letter and put it in her coat. Quickly, she opened the second letter marked “To Bartholomew Stoval.”
“She better learn to spell his name correctly,” Elizabeth smirked.

December 26, 1692
Dear Bartholomew,
Ann has spoken of you on many occasions. She said you worked miracles when you visited her at Bradley’s. I wish to apologize for my nonattendance when you first came to meet me.
I will speak for Ann and say that I would surely enjoy meeting you by year’s end. Please feel free to join us when you can.
Regards,
Susannah Hatcher Burton

Elizabeth folded the letter and looked in the direction of husband, children, and friend thinking, “Miracles, indeed! Lady, you’ll soon see.”



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