Location: Middlesex County, Virginia
Date Constructed/ Founded: not determined
Associated Surnames: Mayo
Historical Notes: Valentine Mayo was born in 1665. His father James Mayo was from Isle of Wight County, VA. By 1717, after Valentine’s death in 1716, the Christ Church Parish Register of Middlesex County, VA had recorded enslaved persons as owned by by his wife Anne Mayo. Their son James Mayo (b.1711) went on to establish a plantation in Albemarle Co., VA.
Associated Pages: James Mayo Plantation (Albemarle Co., VA)
ASSOCIATED ENSLAVED PERSONS
Mayo family: Phillis (b.?-d.?); Robin (b.1717-d.?) – son; Ben (b.1721-d.?) – son
Mayo family: Felicia (b.?-d.?); Nan (b.1717-d.1720?) – dau.
1717 – 1721: Belonging to Anne Mayo – birth of Robin, son of Phillis (1717); birth of Nan, daughter of Felicia (1717); Nan, died/ buried (1720); birth of Ben, son of Phillis (1721) [Christ Church Parish Register, Middlesex County]
ASSOCIATED FREE PERSONS
Mayo family: Valentine Mayo (b.1665-d.1716); Anne Jordan (or Mickeborough) Mayo (b.?-d.1743) – wife (m.1710); Elizabeth Mayo (b.?-d.?) – dau.; John Mayo (b.?-d.?) – son; Sarah Mayo (b.1715-d.?) – dau.
Mayo family: James Mayo (b.1711-d.1776) – son of V. and A.J. Mayo; Ruth Underwood Mayo (b.?-d.1734) – first wife, see James Mayo Plantation
RESEARCH LEADS AND RECORDS
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- Rootsweb World Connect: Roy Mayo Family (Valentine Mayo, ID:I48055864). https://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:1027198
- Find A Grave Memorial: Valentine Mayo. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/183530830
- Christ Church Parish Register, Middlesex County, Virginia. Full text accessed on 01/19/19 at https://archive.org/stream/parishregisterof00chri/parishregister