POSSIBLE FELKINS RELATIVES



John FILKINS (FYLKYNS)
       Married to Isabel

Mentioned in "Colonial Settlers and English Adventurers" as having been in Hardingstone, Northants, England in 1592. Later went to America.

(?born 1550‑1570, died 1610‑1630?)

 

Robert FELKINS (FELKINES)

Working for Clobery and Company in Accomack County, Virginia on 12 Dec, 1631. Source: "Virginia Colonial Abstracts. Accomack County 1632‑1637"

(?born 1590‑1610, died 1650‑1670?)

 

John FELKYNN

Listed on passenger list for "Expedition" out of Gravesend (London), England 20 Nov 1635, aged 20, going to Barbados according to "Passengers To America", et al.

Born‑1615.       (?died 1675?)

 

Robert FILKIN (FILLKIN)

       Listed in "Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623‑1666".

Mentioned in an entry dated 6 Oct 1656 in "Cavaliers and Pioneers . . . 1623‑1666" as among eight people being transported from England in connection with 400 acres on the South side of the Rappahannock River in Virginia.

(?born 1615‑1635, died 1675‑1695?)

 

Thomas FILKINS

Apprenticed 9 Feb 1669 in Bristol England to John Tyate for seven years in Virginia according to "The Complete Book of Emigrants 1661‑1699". Same entry in "The Bristol Registers of Servants Sent To Foreign Plantations 1654‑1686".

(?In Virginia 1670‑1676 as apprentice.?)

(?born 1645‑1649, died 1705‑1709?)

 

????? FELKIN  (?1640‑?1710)

(father of Mary Felkin who married in 1690 in Barbados )

 

Robert FILKINS

"Transported" from England to Maryland in 1673 according to "The Early Settlers of Maryland".

(?born 1643‑1653, died 1703‑1713?)

 

Owen FILKIN

"Transported" as one of 31 people from England to Upper Parish of Surry County, Virginia in connection with 1550 acres according to "Cavaliers and Pioneers, vol 2".

(?born 1646‑1666, died 1706‑1726?)

 

Mary FELKIN

29 June 1690 married Rowland Hye in Bridgetown Barbados according to "Barbados Records ‑ Marriages 1643‑1800, vol 1".

(?born 1660‑1670, died 1720‑1730?)





[I do not know who authored this page. I have received copies from 2 or 3 people, one of which was Vera Long, I believe. If anyone knows who did the original research, please contact me and I will give them credit here. Leon Felkins, 11/1/02]