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Hannah Forrest
Born 1679 Gloucester VA
Died Jun 20, 1763 Essex Co. VA

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SPOUSE CHILDREN
James Garber




Mary

b. 1701?


William Upshaw


b. 1666
Gloucester Co. VA
d. May 17, 1720
Essex Co. VA
Jeremiah

b. 1704?
Gloucester Co. VA
d. 1746/7
Hannah

b. Gloucester Co. VA


Ann

b. Gloucester Co. VA

d. 1750
Sarah

b. 1710
Gloucester Co. VA
d. 1760
Essex Co. VA
Richard

b. 1712/13
VA
d. 1754/5
William Jr.

b. 1713/14
Essex Co. VA
d. 1760
John

b. Jul 21, 1715
Essex Co. VA
d. 1801
Gloucester Co. VA
Margaret

b. Essex Co. VA

d. 1769?
Forrest

b. 1716-18
Gloucester Co. VA
d. 1759
Essex Co. VA
Husband William Upshaw moved from Gloucester to Essex County, Virginia about 1714, maintaining "the same social standing and prominence".
Son John was a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses for many years. He died at White Hall, the family estate in Gloucester County, in 1801.
Hannah was the the second wife of William Upshaw.
Hannah Forrest's will was dated Dec 1, 1762, and was proved Jun 30, 1763. One of the executors of the will was her grandson Thomas Roane (1730?-1799), son of William Roane (1683-1757). Thomas married a grandaughter of Hannah's, Mary Ann Hipkins (1745-1808) in 1765. She was mentioned as a grandaughter in Hannah's will.
Sources:
Brooke, Ted O., The Upshaw Family Journal, Quarterly. Primarily descendants of Capt.Wm. Upshaw of Gloucester & Essex Counties (1666-1720).
Dorman, John Frederick, comp., Essex County, Virginia, Wills, Inventories and Settlements of Estates No. 3, 17171721, pages 143144.
Sweeny, Lenora Higginbotham, "The Upshaw Family of Essex," Genealogies of Virginia Families from Wm. & Mary Coll. Quarterly, 5:249, Baltimore, 1982.
Upshaw, Sophie W., comp., Captain William Upshaw, Gent., Planter of Virginia, Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore, 1975, part I, p.6-7.