Ancestral Family Topic 1730

 1730   John Maguffie
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John Maguffie, in his own words
If he could speak to us today, John Maguffie might describe his life as follows.

I was probably not born in the Colony.
Little can be said about me because I disappeared quickly, leaving few traces. I bought land from Edmund Pagitt in old Rappahannock County 30 August 1670 and two years later Thomas Gouldman sold me 30 acres.  It’s called old Rappahannock County because it went away in 1692 and now there’s a new one elsewhere.
Jane and I were the parents of John Maguffie. A daughter may have been Jane who married Thomas Blanton.
I was dead by 1678 when my wife had a new husband, Francis Graves,  who had acquired 714 acres in old Rappahannock in 1672. 

John’s widow, Jane, was the mother of Thomas Graves and Francis Graves.

Descendants of John Maguffie
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Names found in this topic include the following.
 John Maguffie (c.1670-),  
Susanna (—) Maguffie,  Susanna Evans,  Susanna (—) Maguire,  Susanna Maguire,  
John Maguffie,  Jane (—) Henley,  William Henley,  
 Jane (Maguffie) Blanton Sanders Hill,  
Thomas Blanton,   
Thomas Sanders,  
Thomas Munday,  Francis Graves,  
Richard Hill,  John Blanton,   Thomas Blanton,   John Hill,  Thomas Graves,  Philip Sanders,  

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