He married Elizabeth Benthall circa 1690.(82) Elizabeth was born circa 1660. Elizabeth(83) was the daughter of Joseph Benthall (I) and Mary (-----). Elizabeth was living 30 Apr 1720 in Northampton Co, VA.(84)
John was employed. John was living 9 Dec 1701 in Northampton Co, VA.(85) John's will was probated 18 May 1720 in Northampton Co, VA.(86) In his will, written 30 Apr 1720, John Fisher, planter, named 5 sons: Thomas, John, Daniel, Israil Banner and Benthall Fisher, and 4 daughers: Elizabeth James, Bridget, Abigall Fisher and Sarah Fisher. His daughter Elizabeth James got a negro woman Sue. Cattle were to remain on his plantation until his sons Israil Banner Fisher and Benthall Fisher were 18. His son Thomas was the executor. Witnesses were Obedience Johnson, Bartholomew Coasier and Thomas Marshall (N'hamp Co Deeds, Wills, etc., 1718-25, p. 89).
John Fisher (IV) and Elizabeth Benthall had the following children:
+ 25 i. Thomas6 Fisher was born circa 1692.
26 ii. Elizabeth Fisher(87) was born in Northampton Co, VA, circa 1694. She married twice. She married (-----) James before 1720.(88) (-----) was born circa 1690. She married (-----) Floyd before 1724.(89) (-----) was born circa 1690.
Elizabeth was living 30 Apr 1720.(90)
Bridget was living 30 Apr 1720.(94)
Abigall was living 30 Apr 1720.(97)
29 v. Sarah Fisher(98) was born in Northampton Co, VA, circa 1700. She married William(?) Grice before 1724.(99) William(?) was born circa 1690. A William Grice witnesses the will of Thomas Fisher in 1723 (N'hamp Co Wills, Deeds, etc., p. 87). Thomas Fisher had a sister Sarah who married a Grice.
Sarah was living 30 Apr 1720.(100)
30 vi. John Fisher (V)(101) was born in Northampton Co, VA, circa 1702. John died 1725 at 23 years of age.(102) John was living 30 Apr 1720.(103) John's will was probated 10 Feb 1724/5 in Northampton Co, VA.(104) In his undated will, probated 10 Feb 1724/5, John Fisher named 4 brothers: Thomas, Daniel, Israel and Benthall, and 3 sisters: Elizabeth Floyd and Abigail Bradford and Sarah Grice. He left them all one shilling. He left brother-in-law John Melter his mare that John Potter had. Brother-in-law John Meltier was the executor. Witnesses were John Lawrence and Edward Roberts (N'hamp Co Deeds, Wills, etc., p 220).
+ 31 vii. Daniel Fisher was born circa 1704.
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