William Thornton, 1649

Name
William /Thornton/
Birth
Birth of a brother
Birth of a brother
1654 (aged 4 years)
Death of a father
Death of a brother
Family with parents
father
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Birth: about 1620 England
Death: 1708Cod's Creek, Stafford County, Virginia
mother
younger brother
sister
himself
6 years
younger brother
Father’s family with Eliza Belling
father
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Birth: about 1620 England
Death: 1708Cod's Creek, Stafford County, Virginia
father’s partner
half-brother
5 years
half-brother
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Virginia House of Burgesses, Assembly of 1712-1714
This Assembly first met on October 22, 1712, and, by prorogations, on November 5, 1713, and November 16, 1714.
http://www.newrivernotes.com//va/vareg1.htm#council
Session of October 22, 1712
Richmond: William Thornton, William Robinson.
Sources: Records of the respective counties.

Session of November 16, 1714
Richmond: Wm. Robinson, Wm. Thornton.
Source: A list in the British Public Record Office, Virginia-Board of Trade-Vol: 14; printed in the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography II, 1-15.

1722
New Burgesses chose for the new counties of--
King George: Nicholas Smith, Wm. Thornton
Source: A list, apparently contemporary, in the collection of the Virginia Historical Society. This was among the papers of Godfrey Pole, a committee clerk of this Assembly, presented to the Society many years ago.

Assembly of 1723-26
The first session of this Assembly was called for December 5, 1722; but was prorogued and did not meet until May 9, 1723. The second and last session met May 12, 1726.
Session of May 9, 1723
King George: Nicholas Smith, William Thornton.
Source: Virginia Historical Register IV. 66.

Session of May 12, 1726
King George: Nicholas Smith, William Thornton.
Source: Virginia Historical Register IV, 73.