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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Southey Littleton

The Southey Littleton home in Accomack County had a parlor chamber, porch chamber, hall chamber, a hall, two garrets,  a little room over the kitchen, and the kitchen and the dairy. Source: Records of Accomac County, 1676-1690, page 293. Littleton was a member of a court martial which indicted the insurgents of Bacon's Rebellion in 1679.  He was sent to New York as a special Commissioner to confer with Gov. Andros on Indian uprisings and died there in 1679, his last will and testament executed Sept 1679, recorded in Accomack County.

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