George Abney
Sex: Male
Birth: 1613 Leicester, England
Death: 3 MAY 1661
Father: 1. George Abney Lord of Willesley d. 1578[1][2]
2. ??Paul Abney (bef1596)??[3]
Mother: 1. Ellen Wolseley
?? 2. Mary Brooksby
Spouse/Partner: Bathshua Dannett
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George Abney of Leicester ( son of Paul Abney & Mary Brooksby) baptized July 11, 1613 at St Mary's Church in Leicester and buried there May 3, 1661; married Bathusa and had two sons, Paul and Dannett by Bathusa before his death. After his death, Bathusa married the Rev. Joseph Lee, Rector of Cotenbach, a widower who had a daughter Mary Lee, who married first Paul Abney in Virginia and second Paul's brother Dannett after Paul's death in Virginia. Bathusa's will was made January 8, 1706 and left to her only living son, Dannett, the greatest part of her estate. Dannett was in Virginia at the time and never returned to England to claim this estate. The estate was escheated to the crown.

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Name Birthdate Birthplace Death date Death place
Children of George Abney (1613) and Bathshua Dannett
Paul Abney (1653) 1800

The connection with son Paul is backed up in by MCA page 2.[3]


  1. ^ MCA page 2
  2. ^ AR page 79 item number 39
  3. ^ deyoungmatson site [1] gives the parents as Paul and Bathushua.

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