Robert George BELCHER

1649-?

Father: William Thomas BELCHER (1605-?)
Mother: Tabitha BARLETT (c.1608-?)

Wife: Phoebe ISHAM (c.1650-)

Children:
John BELCHER (c.1670-?)
Phoebe BELCHER (c.1673-?)

Pedigree:
                            |Henry Thomas BELCHER
|William Thomas BELCHER|
|                           |Mary MITCHELL
|
|--Robert George BELCHER 
|
|                            __________________ 
|Tabitha BARLETT |
                            |__________________


SOURCE: RootsWeb.com

*NOTE: Robert Belcher is where the current genealogy in the United States started. The Belcher families moved to Massachuttes first, then Robert or his son John Belcher Sr. migrated to Virginia. The Appomattox River winds through Chesterfield County, Virginia between Chesterfield County and Amelia County, Virginia. During the early 1700's many men patented land in the SW end of Chesterfield known until 1749 as Henrico County. They settled in the areas known as Skinquarter and Genito. Some of the settlers were Richard Belcher, James Gates, John Goode, John Skelton, James Bailey. The earliest know record of Richard and John Belcher is in Henrico County, Virginia along with John Nash's Sheriff's bond along with JamesBailey. States: " John Belshar Jr..1levy.clks fee, store debt. An item cancelled to order to Richard Belshar--note paid by John Belcher Sr." James Bailey's son Richard Bailey married Elizabeth Belcher. In 1759 James Bailey bought 77 acres of land side of Skinquarter. This land was originally part of a patent of 375 granted to Richard Belcher in 1754 and was the first owned by the Bailey family.

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