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At the time there were forty-two persons in residence and eight had died within the year. In the population stood at fifty-five persons thirty-six males and nineteen females. Corn and fish supplies were adequate and there were some cattle and hogs as wells numerous poultry. In the matter of houses, the total was quite large-being twenty-two.

The plantation boasted of three boast and substantial amounts of small arm thirty-eight and a r m o r of various types thirty-six items. H i s f amily and descendants are pretty well documented. This Branch of the Jordan family probably originated in France and become associated with t h e reform movement huguenots. They went toEngland and eventually came to the New World.

King James I of England granted a charter for settling tw oplantationsinAmerica; on e i n t h e Massachusetts area an d the other intheVirginiaarea. The charter for the south er n a r e a was granted in He was the first Quaker of his family and became very prominent in that faith.

He had ten sons, some of whom became Quaker ministers, and two daughters. All his children were born in Nansemond County, Virginia. Samuel's name is inscribed on the momument erected on the site of Jamestown Virginia. I n 1 he was a nember of the first House of Burgesses, from Charles City.

Samuel survived the Indian massacre of , where one third of the colony was killed, but d i ed in Cecely , a widow with a young daughter. TemperanceBailey,was born in England in She reject e d his advances on the grounds that she was with child other sources say that there was a third doughter, Mary, fathered by Sanuel and perhaps was born after his death.

William Farar , being a lawyer, succeeded in squashing the proceedings and Parson Polly went on his was way. John Pott, to succeed him. Before the slighted attorney could reverse the tables on Harvey, William Farrar 1 died. So in Cecily found herself a widow for the third time. She next married Peter Montague, who was brought to Am ericainas a headright of William Pierce They had seven children during their twenty three years of matrimony.

Beyond this point, the history of Aunt Cecily become s obscured by the ascendancy of t h e independents or Puritan s. In that transition, the old plantation aristocracy of w hi h s h e was a part lost power in the affairs of the Colony. But, her original chaperon i n Ameria, Capt. Pierce , wound up on the winning team in that shuffle. She married 1 W illiamThompson in. Of, Middlesex County, Virginia. She married 2 Thomas B aley inEngland3. H e was b orn in England3, an d died inVirginia3.

She married 4 Capt. She married 5 PeterMontague A b t. She married 6 Thomas ParkerAbt. He was born Abt. Sisley or Cecily Reynolds came with her family from Engla ndtoVirginiain the sailin g s h i p 'Swan', arriving in Augu st Followingthedeath of her first husband, Thomas B a l e y , she marriedSamuel Jordan. Samuel Jordan Bat c h nu m ber: It did show he r marriage to Samuel Jordanand theirch i l d ren: Mary Jorda n and. Cicely came to Jamestown in the Swan during the year This sam e source goes on to say tht she w a s a2 0 year oldwidow wit h a three year old daughter in A differentsourcestates th a t Cic el y's last name was.

ShortlyafterSamuel'sdeath in , Cicely, no w a w e alt h y widow, was pursuedbytwosuitors--the reverend Grev ille Pooley and Mr. Willia m Farra r ,anhonored member of hi s Majesty's Council. Cicely marriedFarrar,andPooley su e d Cice l y f or breath of promise, but he lost the. Arrived in Virginia, , on the ship "Swan".

No one seem s to know who Cicely came with i n the "Swan", but it is generally believed she did not come with her parents.

Cicely and her 2nd husband Samuel Jordan along with the"Pierce" family survived t h e Jamestown Massacre of Not longaftertheMassacre, Samuel Jordon died.

But , Will i am Farrar, the administrator of her late husband's estate, was also a contender for her hand , and the successful one, causing the first breach of promise suit in America.

Thecase reached London where the Council for Virginia returned it to Virginia, "not knowinge how to decide so nice a difference" and desired "the resolution of Civill Lawiers". The matter was resolved, January, when "Pooley" withdrew his suit and gave bond that he would make no further claim. William Farrar and Cicely were married at the court held on 2May , William Farrar's bond as administrator was ordered cancelled. William Farrar died in William Farrar was the manager of plantation"Jordan'sJourney", which was left to Cecily by her second husband.

Cicely's fourth husband was Peter Montague. Peter came to Jamestown in aboard the ship "Charles" at the age of Peter and Cicely had seven children. Peter died in 0. Her fifth husband was a widower named Thomas Parker.

Thomas Parker had 16 childrenfromtwoprevious marriages. Thomas died in 3 i n Is l e of Wight, Virginia. The following is from the book "the Farrars" by William B.

Samuel Jor d a n f ortified Beggars' Bush, known laterasJordan'sJourney, and he lived there "despite t h e e nem y. Jordan diedayearlater, and there was a rush for the hand of his beautiful youn g wife, led by the Rev. Jordan had been in his grave onlyadaywhen Pooley se n t Ca pt. Isaac Madison to plead his suit. Cecilyrepliedthat she would as soon take Poole y a s an y o ther, but asshewaspregnant, she would not engage herself she said, "until she wa s delivered.

But the amorous Reverend could not wait, and came a few dayslaterwithMadison, telli n g h e r "he should contract himself to her" andspakethesewords: Then, showing some delicacy about her con dit i o nandthesituation she found herself in, she asked that it might notberevealedthat s h e d i d so soon bestow her love after her husband'sdeath. Pooley promised, but was soon boasting of his conquest,veryimpetuouslyfor "Sysley" no w e n g aged herself to William Farrar, oneofthe DeputyTreasurer's younger brothers, and mem b e r o f theCouncil.

Enraged, Pooleybrought suit for breach of promise. The case toomuch fo r t h e theauthorities at Jamestown, who referred it to London. The jilted Pooley soon found solace in a bride, it appears, butmetatragic death in 16 2 9 , w hen Indians attacked his house, and slewhim,hiswife and all his family. This headstrong lady provided the unique instance of a woman being sued by a man for breach of promise. When her husband died h e left her so comfortably provideds with worldly goods that hereby, in addition to her other charms, she became quite irresistible to Capt.

Greville Pooley, minister of the Parish; and apparently they were quite irresistible to her for she engaged herself to both. Though he lost his case and had to sign a formal release to the Widow Cecily bonding himself in the sum b never to have any claim, right or title to her, the Governor and Council of the Colony were so stirred by the extraordinary incident that they issued a solemn proclamation against a woman engaging herself to more than one man at a time.

And there is not in Virginia any known record that this edict has ever been revoked. From "Tidewater Virginia " 19 2 9. The career of the fascinating Cecily as a heartbreaker caused the General Assembly to pass a law for the protection of Virginia bachelors, andg ave her a place in history.

When the Parson sued, 14 June , Capt. William Farrar, trained for the law in England and now the attorney who administered her husband's estate, successfully defended Mrs.

Jordan in what was the first breach of promise suit in America, winning not only the suit but his client in matrimony. The Governor and Council could not bring themselves to decide the quest ion s and continued it until 27 Nov.

As far as is known they had only two children--sons. Willi a m Farrar, Jr. Robert Jordan was killed by Indians. He was living with hi s parents at the time of death a n d believed not married.

Samuel was living in Virginia before , when he returned to Virginiafrom an educational soijourn in England. John Russeyin and Barbara Harman in 1 9 9 8. Samuel Jordan fortified Beggars' Bush, known later as Jordan's Journey, and he lived there "despite the enemy. Jordan died a year later, and there was a rush for the hand of his beautiful young wife, led by the Rev. Jordan had been in his grave only a day when Pooley sent Capt. Cecily replied that she would as soon take Poole y as any other, but as she was pregnant, she would not engage herself she said, "until she was delivered.

But the amorous Reverend could not wait, and came a few days later with Madison, telling her "he should contract himself to her" and spake these words: Then, showing some delicacy about her condition and the situation she found herself in, she asked that it might not be revealed that she did so soon bestow her love after her husband's death. Pooley promised, but was soon boasting of his conquest, very impetuously for "Sysley" now engaged herself to William Farrar, on of the Deputy Treasurer's younger brothers, and member of the Council.

Enraged, Pooley brought suit for breach of promise. The jilted Pooley soon found solace in a bride, it appears, but met a tragic death in , when Indians attacked his house, and slew him, his wife and all his family. This is a working prospect as father of Martin. We know this Palmer family tracks its ancestry to Edward Palmer who left his will. Thomas Palmer, born in London England and died either in N.

FarnhamParish or Accomac C o. Prisilla Palmer born England, married John Baker c. Land Patents for the import of indentured servants Oct 24, - NorthumberlandCo.

Apr 17, - Stafford Co. Oc t 14, ,acres5. Mar 23, Westmoreland Co - acres. September 12, , London, England; d. He was the first in his family to settle in Isle of Wight, Virginia. This was listed for the year Thomas Jordan was born in England in and came to America on the ship Diana in I n 1 he headed the list of the governor's men at James City, which indicates that he was a soldier in Governor Yeardley's Guard.

He settled in the present Isle of Wight Count y and in16 35, he received a grant of acres. Thomas died before , but the date of Lucy's death is unknown. Their children were Thomas; a daughter who married Thomas Davis; and a son probably Richard, who married Elizabeth Reynolds.

Du n n ' s History of Nansemond Co. The Quakers page Their vicissitudes of fortune are more frequently mentioned in the Quaker records than those of any other family, and their history is more illustrative o f the Quaker life of that day.

Thomas Jordan was the first one of his family in Isle of Wight. On July 2, , he received a grant of acres of land in Isle of Wight, "Near the head o f Pagan River on the western side of an old Indian town. He followed the Puritan trek to Nansemond as he patented land there soon after receiving his Isle of Wight grant.

The date of his death and the name of his wife are unknown. H i s chi ldren were: Thomas who married Margaret, daughter of Robert Brasseur: Another reference to a connection between Richard and Thomas Jordan was made by Winslow.

I n "History of Perquimans Co nty" she wrote an article on the Jordan family. She included a comment on Richard Sr. This Richard had m prior to this date Elizabet h Reynolds , sister of John, who bequeathed to his sister, wife of Richard Jordan lbs.

Isle of Wight Co. The Richard here mentioned was probaby a brother of Thomas 1 as he could not possibly have been Richard s of Thomas. It is t h ought that Johnson of Richard Sr. May 03, , Surry County, Virginia; m. Boddie mentioned the marriage of Richard Jordan and Elizabeth Reynolds in his article on the Thomas Jordan family referenced above.

The following is another instance where he mentioned their marriage. Early History Resumed pag e His family flourished in Isle of Wigh t for many generations and probably some of his descendants are there now.

The wi mentions Elizabeth and her son Richard Jordan. John Christopher made his will March 11, Jordan a bill of Robert Collier's for l bs. Patent Book No, 6 page Lawrence, Mary Gan t e. Richard Reynolds, the younger, of Is. Reynolds, lat e o fs d. Ri ch a rdJordan, Senr. Reynoldes 17May, who beque a t he dto sd.

Hennon orHerron-alte red , Jno. Champion, Lewis Davis, Edwd. Goodson , No te: Nicholas Sessums, acs. William E dward s ; to Mrs. John Macloode, acs. Ric hard Jordan, Senr;adj. S treet , Eli za. It appears he move d from Isle ofWightCountyto Surry County following the d ea t h o f h is wife Alice in tojoinhis son. Inthe years and he is li s te d a s Richar d Jordan,Junr.

The la s t l is t ing for Richard Jordan I is June of Alsolisted that year were Richard Jorda n , Jun r. Richard Jordan I died in Boddie mentioned the marriage of Richard Jordan and ElizabethReynoldsinhis articl e o n t h e Thomas Jordan family referenced above.

Thefollowingis another instance where he me nti on e d theirmarriage. EarlyHistory Resumed page On September 15, , he patented acres ofland"bounde d w i t h a back creek running eastward behindPagan Shoresomethree hundred miles upward, th e l a n d lying on the southside ofthecreek. H i sfamilyflourished in Isle of Wight for many generations and probablysomeof hisdescenda n t s a re there now. The willmentionsElizabethand her son Richard Jordan. Jordan a bill o f R o b ert Collier's for lbs.

Bay Cr; 10 May Richard Jo r dan , Se nr. Reynoldes 17 May ,whobequeathed to s d. Ri chards; acs. H ennon or Herron-altered ,Jno. Conveyan c e f ro m JordantoReynoldsantedates his pattent. William Ed w ard s ; to Mrs. Craff o r d,Robt. Ri cha r d Jordan, Senr;adj. G r aves, Edwd. It appears he moved from Isle ofWightCounty toSurry County following the deat h o f h i s wife Alice in tojoin hisson.

In theyears and he is list e d a s R ichard Jordan, Junr. Thelastli s t ing f orRichard Jordan I is June of Also listed that yearwereRichardJordan, Junr. August 01, , Picthorn Farm, VA.. He married 1 MARY. He married 3 MRS. Historical Genealogies p. Will of John Mallory of London, mentions ch. Regional Publis h i n g co, , p. Among the early settlers were the Palmers.

Palmer, of New York, and Dr. Palmer of Alabama, are compiling the Palm e r F a milies of the United States, andthecompilationhas already reached several large volumes. The Palmers nd the Croshaws were, in many wans, connected byfamilytiesandby business re l a t ions.

Marti Palmer married Elizabeth,widowofRichardCroshaw, for his second wife. H e w a s then prlbably living in Pmunkey Neck. On April 20, , Capt. This tract of land, which was conveyed to John Quarles, wasfoundtobewithin the boun d s o f t he land given to Captain nathahielWestbyhisfamily, Col. John West, and the Quarle s f ami l y vacated thelandandmovedto a tract which had belonged to the Mallorys near Mattapo n yIndi anTown.

Elizabeth Pa l m e r, wifeofCaptainMartinPalmer, gave power of attorney to thomas West, torelinquishherf i g h t ofdower in the land. Several generations of the Palmer family lived on thisplantationandtheymaintained a s e a t , most likely, at the site ofthepresentdwellingcalled "Kentuckie.

At some date before , Martin Palmer and hisbrother,RogerPalmer,conveyed a par t o f t h e land to Col. AugustineMoore and, bythesamerecord, it is known that James Richeso n ha d e stablished his homeonthatpart called Kentuckie. These facts are writtenin the las t wi l l ofcol.

Augustine Moore in Captain Martin Palmer and Elizabeth, his wife, hadsevenchildren: Butlerand second, Robert Chandler, and L u c y w homarried jamesPowers.

Martin Palmer was a prominent man in King William County. Captain Martin Palmer died in and his son, Martin Junior,wasexecutorof his wil l. H i s wife, Elizabeth Palmer, gave a powerofattorney toCaptain Thomas West, to relinqui s h h e r life interest intheland. Martin Palmer, Junior, died around , and his son RogerPalmer,thethird, appears t o h a v e been the grantor with his uncleRogerPalmer,indeeding the land to Col.

Roger Palmer, the son of Captain Martin and Elizabeth, hiswifediedin, and he ha d t w o s ons: William Palmer and Jeffrey Palmer. Generations between Ed w a r d and Martin are also inquestion. Thomas Sir; 2nd baronet, who m. Elizabe t h m. This would have beenduringtheCommonwealth period when England was und e r t h e"Protectorship" ofOliverCromwell. This would not have been a time"friendly" to tho s e c lose tothe Crown.

One always wonders what leads people to leave the comfortsoftheirestablished famili e s t o b rave the perils of a new world. I would love to know more about the "story" behind thegenealogical"facts"that we kn o w o f t his family. If anyone coulddirect me tosources thatwould help fill in these blank s , he l p wouldbeappreciated.

Will of John MalloryofLondon,mentions ch. Regional Publish i n g co, , p. Most of them amefromtheEastern Shore, but th e i r ancestors wee originally fromEngland. Tinsley'sfarm, whie the to m b stones of the Palmer family are inthegarden of thatplace. Palmer ofAlabama,arecompiling the Palme r F a milies of the United States, andthecompilationhas already reached several large volume s. W illiamPalmerwas one of theearliest recorded of this county, and Chillian Plmerwa aves t rym an inold Antrim Parish, as recorded in its first churchrecordsby BishopMeade.

The Palmers nd the Croshaws were, in many wans, connected byfamilytiesand by business rel a t ions. Marti Palmer married Elizabeth,widowofRichard Croshaw, for his second wife.

This tract of land, which was conveyed to John Quarles, was foundtobewithin the bound s o f t he land given to Captain nathahiel Westbyhisfamily, Col. John West, and the Quarles f ami l y vacated the landandmovedto a tract which had belonged to the Mallorys near Mattapon y Indi anTown.

Elizabeth Pal m e r, wife ofCaptainMartinPalmer, gave power of attorney to thomas West, to relinquishherfi g h t ofdower in the land. Several generations of the Palmer family lived on this plantationandtheymaintained a se a t , most likely, at the site of thepresentdwellingcalled "Kentuckie. At some date before , Martin Palmer and his brother,RogerPalmer,conveyed a part o f t h e land to Col.

Augustine Moore and, bythesamerecord, it is known that James Richeson ha d e s tablished his homeonthatpart called Kentuckie. These facts are written in the last wi l l ofcol. Captain Martin Palmer and Elizabeth, his wife, had sevenchildren: Butlerand second, Robert Chandler, and Lu c y w ho married jamesPowers. Captain Martin Palmer died in and his son, Martin Junior,wasexecutor of his will. H i s wife, Elizabeth Palmer, gave a powerofattorney to Captain Thomas West, to relinquis h h e r life interest intheland.

Martin Palmer, Junior, died around , and his son Roger Palmer,thethird, appears to h a v e been the grantor with his uncle RogerPalmer,indeeding the land to Col. Roger Palmer, the son of Captain Martin and Elizabeth, his wifediedin, and he had t w o s ons: Generations between Edw a r d and Martin are also in question. This would have been duringtheCommonwealth period when England was unde r t h e "Protectorship" ofOliverCromwell. This would not have been a time "friendly" to thos e c lose tothe Crown.

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Thomas was the first Quaker of his family and became promin entinthatfaith, about 16 6 0. H e had ten sons, some of who mbecameQuakerministers, and two daughters. All of his c h i l dre n wereborninNansemond County, Virginia. He was als o a Burgess in Virginia. Quaker records Chuckatuck MM.

VA, History of Nansemond Co. Ar c h i ve record from SLC Archi ves. All dates here are from the Quaker record which does not as signamonthname to each gi v e n m onth. Due to two calender s in use O. The old recor d uses only numbers formonthsindic a t ed ,for example: His daughter Margrett Margaret was not named in the patent ofherfatherRobert, alth o u g h she was born in At the age of sixteen,oraboutthree years after the family arr i v e d in Nansemond, shejoinedtheSociety of Friends, the Quakers.

Margaret Jordan the Elder, widow, on the 25th dayofthefirst mont h h a d a h undred and twenty lb. Then seized one hogshe a d of tobaccoweighing gross Margaret Jordan, the daughter of Robert Brasseur, was born the 7thmonthinthe year 16 4 2 a n d was convinced of the Truth about 16 years ofage,fromwhich time she served an exempl a r y l ife in all herconversationuntilthe day of her death and was a sufferer with my fathe r b ot hbyconfinement and the spoiling of their goods by the AdversariesoftheTruth.

Sh e w a s a g ood wife and also a kind neighbor. About 63yearsofage she was taken with a dispos iti o n o f the body whichcontinuednearthree years in which time she was much weakened. A lit t l ebef oreherdeath some friends came to see her to whom she signified hercontentandspak e m u ch o f the goodness of God to her. At 6 oclock atnight shediedin remarkable quietness t h e s eve nth of the tenth month inthe yearhaving lived about 66 years and survived my fa t he r ab out 9yearslacking18 hours and was buried the 11th day of the aforesaid month.

ABrashear s FamilyHist o r y , Vol. Hi s t or y of Spartanburg County, South Carolina, reprinted November 01, , Nansemond County, Virginia; d. September 02, , Isle of Wight, Virginia. March 03, , Frederick County, Virginia. To my wife and her heirs my estate of Stratford Lanthory Co.

AlsoIgive her le s e o f m y house in the Strand. I make my wife sole executrix and give her residue of myestateonconditionthat she p a y s t o said Mr. Cooke poundswithin3 yers,to be held by them in trust as f o l low s If any of said children die their shares shall go totheirlawfulrepresentatives.

Witnes s e s: AlsoIgive her les e o f m y house in the Strand. I make my wife sole executrix and give her residue of myestateoncondition that she pa y s t o said Mr. Cooke poundswithin3 yers, to be held by them in trust as fo l low s If any of said children die their shares shall go to theirlawfulrepresentatives. March 03, in Frederick County, Virginia. August 05, , Frederick County, Virginia. August 18, , Frederick County, Virginia.

June 24, , Bear Garden, Hampshire Co. VA ,, , and died in Henrico Co. Roger Mallory c ,m. They we r e i n K ingWilliam Co. Their son Martin Palmer Jr. Roger Mallory c , m. They wer e i n K ing William Co. March 31, , Richmond County, Virginia; d.

September 23, , Warren County, Ga. American Revolution DAR VA , , and died Abt. Revolution, and died in Halifax Co. He probably sold his land in that county and moved t o C harlotteCo. Charlotteatthattime was i n c l uded in the jurisdiction of Lunenburg Co. On Sept 6, , he deeded to his son, Luke Palmer,severalsla v e s an don Feb. T hi s se em s to be the last record of Martin anditindicatesthat he had by this time moved t o Ha lif a x Co.

It is tobenoted thatthis deed speaks of him as Sr. Thereappears tobe n o w i l l or administration and it is quite probablethat hedied soonafter making this dee d t o h i s son Isham.

He was taxedinHalifax Co. This record is a l s o i n Vol. It is also rec o rde d in thefiles ofthe War Department, Wash. He was on a list ofsoldiersatChesterf i e l d Court House and on May 15, received 30poundsasbalance of payment due him for h i s s e rvices in the War. Martinwasalsoa friend and neighbor of Patrick Henry. Prewitt andwifeconvey toMartinPalmer, of Charlotte County, a c r e s of land leftbyJohnSullivant tohis four daughters adjoining lands now possessed bysai d Ma rtin Palmer.

Deed Book 3, p. MartinPalmerto his son, chi l l i an Palmer, both of CharlotteCounty. See lineage of Chillian PalmerfollowingthisChapter. Martin Palmer was a friend and neighbor of Patrick Henry. This recordis a l soin Vo l. It is also rec o r ded i n the files of theWarDepartment,Washington D. This Martin Palmer was a sergean t i n th eRevolutionary war,and was a descendant of the Edward Palmer whoconceivedthe idea of fo und in g a university on Palmer's Island, apicturesque spotin theSusquehanna rive.

In hi s t ran sc ript of theoriginal recordsNiell tellsus that Edward Palmer, for whom this islan d was na me d, wasadistinguished London virtuoso, who on July the third,sixteenandtwenty-two , J u l y 3, , received a patent of land fromtheVirginiaCompany.

In his will, dated No vem b e r 22, , he leavesallhis landsand tenements in Virginia and New England, in even t o f a llissuefailing, to remain for the founding and maintenance ofthisuniversity. He then p r o v ides that all those who can thereafterprovetheir lawfuldescent from his grandfather , J o h n Palmer, Esq. Camden sayshewas "acurious and diligent antiquary;" Full e r , i n his Worthieswrites"Hisplenteous estate afforded him opportunity to put forward th e in genuityimplanted by nature, for the public good, resolving to erectanacademyin Virgin i a.

I n order whereunto, he purchased anisland,calledPalmer's island unto this day; bu t i n p ursu ance thereofwas atmanythousand pounds expense some instruments employed therein , no tdischarging the trust reposed in them with corresponding fidelity.

In the Manuscript Council Book ofMarylandColonythere is an inven t o r y of goods of Claiborne seized atPalmer'sIsland atthe mouth of the Susquehanna, the s i t e o f an academyprojectedbyPalmer, an English scholar of wealth, and among the articlesm e n tionedis "One folio volume of Mr. I am seeking more information on this individual.

Proves Chillian son ofMartin. Prewitt and wifeconvey toMartinPalmer, of Charlotte County, ac r e s of land left byJohnSullivant tohis four daughters adjoining lands now possessed by said Ma rtin Palmer. MartinPalmerto his son, chil l i an Palmer, both of Charlotte County. See lineage of Chillian Palmer followingthisChapter. This record is a l soin Vol. It is also rec o r ded in the files of the WarDepartment,Washington D.

This Martin Palmer was a sergeant i n th e Revolutionary war,and was a descendant of the Edward Palmer who conceivedthe idea offo und in g a university on Palmer's Island, a picturesque spotin theSusquehanna rive. In his t ran sc ript of the original recordsNiell tellsus that Edward Palmer, for whom this island wa s na me d, wasadistinguished London virtuoso, who on July the third, sixteenandtwenty-two, J u l y 3, , received a patent of land from theVirginiaCompany.

In his will, dated Novem b e r 22, , he leaves allhis landsand tenements in Virginia and New England, in event o f a l lissuefailing, to remain for the founding and maintenance of thisuniversity. He then pr o v ides that all those who can thereafter provetheir lawfuldescent from his grandfather, J o h n Palmer, Esq. Camden says hewas "acurious and diligent antiquary;" Fulle r , i n his Worthies writes"Hisplenteous estate afforded him opportunity to put forward the i n genuityimplanted by nature, for the public good, resolving to erect anacademyin Virgini a.

I n order whereunto, he purchased an island,calledPalmer's island unto this day; but i n p ursu ance thereof was atmanythousand pounds expense some instruments employed therein, no t discharging the trust reposed in them with corresponding fidelity. In the Manuscript Council Book of MarylandColonythere is an invent o r y of goods of Claiborne seized at Palmer'sIsland atthe mouth of the Susquehanna, the si t e o f an academy projectedbyPalmer, an English scholar of wealth, and among the articles me n tionedis "One folio volume of Mr.

Jane bowardj c f w. Jane bowardj cf w. February , Halifax County, Virginia. William Jordan was wounded in the thigh with a musket ball by theBritish. He was releas e d f rom prison in Wilmington whenCornwallissurrendered. The muster roll in the War Department Washington,D. Hismilitary service was under General Green.

He was take n p r i soner bythe British,Sept. Jordan go e s o n to recall that "My grandfatherwas William Jordan, who was born in Virginia in Oth er detailedrecords indicate Virginia birth as March 3, He continues, "Grandfather Jordan was a Revolutionary character. He was wounded by the Torie s o r British in the thigh; wastaken prisoner and kept in prison until the surrender of Cornw all isinWilmington North Carolina. A great-grand daughter, mrs.

Wood, canremember his home was a two sto r y building of logs with an immensefireplace. William Jordan was wounded in the thigh w i th amusketball by Tories and British; he was released from prison atWilmington, N. America n Sta tePapers , V. March 03, , Richmond County, NC; d. April 18, , Crawford County, Georgia.

October 09, ; d. October 09, , Henrico Co. August 05, , ; d. August 01, , Henrico Co. October 10, , Charlotte Co. March 31, ; d. November 13, ; d. PROB , Virginia; d. Orleans, and died February in Halifax County, Virginia. This Martin Palmer was a sergean t i n th eRevolutionary war,and was a descendant of the Edward Palmer whoconceivedthe idea of fo und in g a university on Palmer's Island, apicturesque spotin theSusquehanna river. In h i s tra ns cript of theoriginal recordsNielltells us that Edward Palmer, for whom this isla n dwas n am ed, wasadistinguished London virtuoso, who on July the third,sixteenandtwenty-tw o , Ju l y 3, , received a patent of land fromtheVirginiaCompany.

In his will, dated N o vemb e r 22, , he leavesallhis landsand tenements in Virginia and New England, in eve n t of a llissuefailing, to remain for the founding and maintenance ofthisuniversity.

He th e n pro v ides that all those who can thereafterprovetheir lawfuldescent from his grandfathe r , Jo h n Palmer, Esq. When Richard the Lion-hearted joined with Frederich of GermanyandPhilippeof Franc e i n a C r usade against the infidels of theHolyLand,there was apilgrim by the name of Ralp h i n th e v ast cavalcadeofhuman beings whoso distinguished himself in combat against theSar ace ns, th at the wasknighted upon the battlefield and thus becameentitledtopermanently beart h e pa lm , wear the black mantle embroideredwiththescarlet keys of St.

Peter and devote himse l f t o r eligious study,thevisiting of shrines andthe contemplation of holy things. This knight, known as Sir Ralph the Palmer, bore uponhisshieldthewords "Palmer Vir t u t ute," meaning good of holy palmerandbecametheprogenitor of that Palmer who reached t h e N e w Englandcoast ininthe good ship Mayflower, and like his crusader ancestor waskn o w na sapilgrim.

Walter was the name of this adventurer inthesailingvesselFortune, follo w e d so on by his wife Ann. OfthesePalmers,presumably Walter was the forefather of the Pal m e r fam ilyinAmerica. In Martin Thomas Palmer I appeared in Virginia,marriedtwice and b e cam e the father of several children.

He was aneighbor andfriend ofthe patriots Patric k H e nr y and John Randolph, allthree ofthem havinghomes near to each other on the banks o f t h e Roanoke River,and in theearly struggle for liberty, they must have beenassociates and c o adjutators.

A son o f h i s l ater wife, by the name ofChilianmarried MaryPettus in and they were the paren t s o f te nchildren,one of whomwas Martin Palmer II, born in in Charlotte,Virginia. Chillian Palmer had seven sons and three daughters, andthedescendantsofthose traced s h o w m en of talents,distinguishedprofesors,physicians,surgeons and prominent officials thro ug hou t theWouthern andWesternStates.

The will books of this county abound in various Palmerwills,someveryinteresting, givi n g e v idence of wealth and culture. Many ofthemwereRevolutionary soldiers, Elisha, Jeffre y , Tho m as,WilliamandHenryenlisting from this county, and some of themreceivedbountywarran t s f o rtheir services.

Henry Palmer, a brave disabled old soldier of theWarBetweentheStates, far advan c e d i n his eighties, is now living in apartofthehouse built by his grandfather, a hundre d a n d f iftyyearsago. Though very feeble, almost decrepit, his mentality wasperfectlyclea r a s h e gave us the early history of his family, as far ashe hadrecordedit,back to England.

His long silvery white hair and beard, his smooth creamycomplexionandluminous brown e y e s , that lit up or filled with tears ashetoldthestory of his young life and its disappoin t m e nts by virtue ofthewar,gave him a personality tht was irresistible, for he bore not o n lytheawounds of the enemy, but the wounds of a heart too proudtoofferitself,with its disa b l e d body, to the young woman he loved' andsohelived in the old home, and struggled on a s b e s t he could, forthosewereReconstruction days, when the South was beginning to lear n h o wt olivewithout help and to stand alone with out uttering complaint.

Thefrontof th e o l d Pa lmer home has fallen to decay, but the ell,inwhichMr. Henry Palmer lives, is in goo d c o ndit ion considering itsage. It wasonce two stories, a large for that day and generati o n. Som eofthebeautiful cedar trees that once circled the yard, andborderedthedrivew a y t o the m ain road, are still standing, but manybecause oftheirintrinsic value have bee n d isp osed of , thereby addingtotheneglectedappearance of the place.

An old lady told us t ha t sh ehad beenentertained there, in days gone by, when the place had averyimposingair an d t ha t man y merry parties of young people, attendingtheall daymeetings at "Hunting Creek " Chu rc h, ha d enjoyed withheritshospitality, but time, the war, the wounded soldier, the n eglec tedacres, among whichwas "God's Acre," tell a tale that needsnointerpreter,and just s o ha s m an y an old Virginia gentleman laiddownhis armms, andfought to a finishthe battles o f hi s i np overishedandruined life.

Manypatrimonies in this county have fallen intoalienhan ds , a n d there arethose who know not the history of the homestheyhave bought in whichthey n o w l i ve. The history of the "once upon atime"owners whoseancestry touched the hem of royal t y un d er foreignskies andwonderinghow it happened that the dear old home seat slipped fro m the irpossession, leaving nothing they could claim but a fewgravesovergrownwith briars a n d br o ken tombstones lying prostrate amidthedense tangle.

What remains of the dilapidated home of Dr. Moses Palmer, built morethanahundred year s a g o , is still standing on the roadsidebetweenHalifxandSouth Boston, and sleeping near b y un d e r the wavingcorn aresome ofthe family that revelled in prosperity and enjoyed ife'sl uxu r ies morethan acentury ago. There is always something tragic in anoldhouse,that, lik e d e a d men, "tells no tales.

ThisMartinPalmer was a sergeant in the Revolution a r y w ar, andwasadescendant ofthe Edward Palmer who conceived the idea offoundingauniver s i t y onPalmer's Island, a picturesque spot intheSusquehannariver. In his transcript o f t h e o riginl records Nielltellsus thatEdward Palmer, fo rwhom this island was named, wa s a d istinguishedLondon virtuoso, who on July the third, sixteen andtwenty-two, July 3, , r e ce ived patent of land from the VirginiaCompany.

Inhis will,dated November 22, ,h ele a ve s all his land andtenements inVirginiaand New England, in event of all issue filin g , t ore main forthefounding and maintenance of this university, He thenprovides thatallth o s e wh o can therefter prove their lawful descentfrom hisgrandfather,John Palmer, Esq.

Among the worthy descendants of Chillian and Luke Palmer,hisbrother,wereDabney Palme r , w h o married, went to Mobile, Alabama,wherehe amassed alarge fortune. Having no childr e n , h e educatedseveralsorphans, and inhis will he desired most of his slaves manumitted a n d sent North, anddesired that the balance be treated humanely.

IsaacPalmer,son ofChilli a n , we nt to Misouri; he married Martha Adams, ofHalifaxcounty,and his daughter married Ju d g e Ryl and, one of Missouri'smosteminentjurists. Palmer, president of Alab a m a College,his sonnow living in New York, who is attorney for theStandardOilCompany, hav i ng i n charge the legal end of their businessfor SouthAmerica, his workbeing entirely in S p a nis h American law.

Palmer, is now the presiden t o f t h eFloridaMedicalAssociation, and has been honored with all the positions inthemedic a l tra ternity. Martin Palmer, son of Chillian, settled in Monticello, Florida. Hisson,Martin Palmer , J r. Sara h , t h e daughter ofChillianPalmer, Sr.

Chappell, isthe editor of the Sunday School Magazine of the M. T yle r ps genealogicalwork,is adescendant of William Palmer, the brother of Chillian. The exact date he was born is unknow n a n d th eplace ofhisbirthis likewise wrapped in mystery. Although conjectural,itisbelie v e d hew as born in , in King William Co. Theassumptionisbased upon a Deed of Gift fr o m f athe r to son, dulyrecorded inCharlotteCo.

The deed written February 6, , recites in part"I, martinpalmerofthe Parish of C o r n wall and County of Charlotte, for andinconsiderationof the love and good will and affec t i o n I have and dobeartowards myson, grantto the said Chillion Palmer, his heirs and as si gns,forever, ," etc.

The conveying land and slaves to asonordaughterupon arriv i n g o f age or when married was thehabitualpractice of themore affluent, prosperous or thri f t y o f theColonialperiod. The place of birth is determined on the premise that MartinPalmerwasevidently of movi n g h i s family when he offered, "To beLettthePlantation whereon the Subscriber now livet h i n Ki n gWilliamCounty,very commodious", etc.

This parishsoonlay in the new formed Charlotte County, cut-off fromLunenburg, , t h e deeds of which through , show that thisfamily lived onTwitty'sCreek within the pr o x i mity of present dayDrakes Branch. Mary Pettus, the daughter of John Pettus,Sr. The dateofmarriage wasprior to June 12, , when the s a i d J ohn Pettus bydeedof Gift gaveto his son-in-law and daughter acres of land on Litt le Ro anoke Riverin Charlotte County. Here on this estate, where some,ifnot all, of thesev e r a l sons and daughters were born, lived thefamilyfor many years.

Chillion continued t o p a y t ax on the acresuntil, but in,he had purchased and moved to plantatio n wi t h mill onTurnipCreek,adjoining the lands of his brother, Luke Palmer, whohadremoved fr o m C ub Creek in , to this district near the CountyLinebetween Charlotteand Campbell. In Chillion again moved his family, this time to HalifaxCountywithinthe Antrim Pa r i s h and to a more opulent plantation withacreson theDn River and acres on Lawson ' s C r eek.

He died atthisplantation onthe Dan River, near the present South Boston, soonaf t er writing his willFebruary 3, Mary Pettus Palmer outlivedherhusband about sixteen y ea r s. Their children as named in theirfatherswill were: This Martin Palmer was a sergeant i n th e Revolutionary war,and was a descendant of the Edward Palmer who conceivedthe idea offo und in g a university on Palmer's Island, a picturesque spotin theSusquehanna river.

In hi s tra ns cript of the original recordsNielltells us that Edward Palmer, for whom this islan d was n am ed, wasadistinguished London virtuoso, who on July the third, sixteenandtwenty-two , Ju l y 3, , received a patent of land from theVirginiaCompany. In his will, dated No vemb e r 22, , he leaves allhis landsand tenements in Virginia and New England, in even t of a l lissuefailing, to remain for the founding and maintenance of thisuniversity.

He the n pro v ides that all those who can thereafter provetheir lawfuldescent from his grandfather , Jo h n Palmer, Esq. When Richard the Lion-hearted joined with Frederich of GermanyandPhilippe of France i n a C r usade against the infidels of theHolyLand,there was a pilgrim by the name of Ralph i n th e v ast cavalcadeofhuman beings who so distinguished himself in combat against theSarace ns, th at the was knighted upon the battlefield and thus becameentitledtopermanently bear th e pa lm , wear the black mantle embroideredwiththescarlet keys of St.

Peter and devote himsel f t o r eligious study,thevisiting of shrines and the contemplation of holy things. This knight, known as Sir Ralph the Palmer, bore upon hisshieldthewords "Palmer Virt u t ute," meaning good of holy palmer andbecametheprogenitor of that Palmer who reached th e N e w England coast ininthe good ship Mayflower, and like his crusader ancestor was kno w na sapilgrim.

Walter was the name of this adventurer in thesailingvesselFortune, follow e d so on by his wife Ann. Of thesePalmers,presumably Walter was the forefather of the Palm e r fam ily inAmerica. In Martin Thomas Palmer I appeared in Virginia, marriedtwice andb e cam e the father of several children.

He was a neighbor andfriend ofthe patriots Patrick H e nr y and John Randolph, all three ofthem havinghomes near to each other on the banks of t h e Ro anoke River,and in theearly struggle for liberty, they must have been associates andc o adjutators.

A son of h i s l ater wife, by the name of Chilianmarried MaryPettus in and they were the parent s o f te n children,one of whomwas Martin Palmer II, born in in Charlotte, Virginia.

Chillian Palmer had seven sons and three daughters, and thedescendantsofthose traced sh o w m en of talents, distinguishedprofesors,physicians,surgeons and prominent officials throu g hou t theWouthern andWesternStates. The will books of this county abound in various Palmer wills,someveryinteresting, givin g e v idence of wealth and culture. Many ofthemwereRevolutionary soldiers, Elisha, Jeffrey , Tho m as, WilliamandHenryenlisting from this county, and some of them receivedbountywarrant s f o rtheir services.

Henry Palmer, a brave disabled old soldier of the WarBetweentheStates, far advanc e d i n his eighties, is now living in a partofthehouse built by his grandfather, a hundred a n d f ifty yearsago. Though very feeble, almost decrepit, his mentality was perfectlyclear a s h e gave us the early history of his family, as far as he hadrecordedit,back to England.

His long silvery white hair and beard, his smooth creamy complexionandluminous brown ey e s , that lit up or filled with tears as hetoldthestory of his young life and its disappoint m e nts by virtue of thewar,gave him a personality tht was irresistible, for he bore not on l ytheawounds of the enemy, but the wounds of a heart too proud toofferitself,with its disab l e d body, to the young woman he loved' and sohelived in the old home, and struggled on as b e s t he could, for thosewereReconstruction days, when the South was beginning to learn h o w t olivewithout help and to stand alone with out uttering complaint.

Thefrontof the o l d Pa lmer home has fallen to decay, but the ell, inwhichMr. Henry Palmer lives, is in good c o ndit ion considering its age. It wasonce two stories, a large for that day and generatio n. Som e ofthebeautiful cedar trees that once circled the yard, and borderedthedrivewa y t o the m ain road, are still standing, but many because oftheirintrinsic value have been d isp osed of , thereby adding totheneglectedappearance of the place.

An old lady told us tha t sh e had beenentertained there, in days gone by, when the place had a veryimposingair and t ha t man y merry parties of young people, attending theall daymeetings at "Hunting Creek" Chu rc h, ha d enjoyed with heritshospitality, but time, the war, the wounded soldier, the neglec te dacres, among whichwas "God's Acre," tell a tale that needs nointerpreter,and just so ha s m an y an old Virginia gentleman laid downhis armms, andfought to a finishthe battles of hi s i np overished andruined life.

Manypatrimonies in this county have fallen into alienhands , a n d there arethose who know not the history of the homes theyhave bought in whichthey no w l i ve. The history of the "once upon a time"owners whoseancestry touched the hem of royalt y un d er foreign skies andwonderinghow it happened that the dear old home seat slipped fro m the irpossession, leaving nothing they could claim but a few gravesovergrownwith briars an d br o ken tombstones lying prostrate amid thedense tangle.

Moses Palmer, built morethana hundred years a g o , is still standing on the roadside betweenHalifxandSouth Boston, and sleeping near by un d e r the waving corn aresome ofthe family that revelled in prosperity and enjoyed ife's luxu r ies morethan acentury ago.

There is always something tragic in an oldhouse,that, like d e a d men, "tells no tales. ThisMartinPalmer was a sergeant in the Revolutiona r y w ar, and wasadescendant ofthe Edward Palmer who conceived the idea of foundingaunivers i t y onPalmer's Island, a picturesque spot in theSusquehannariver.

In his transcript of t h e o riginl records Niell tellsus thatEdward Palmer, fo rwhom this island was named, was a d i stinguishedLondon virtuoso, who on July the third, sixteen and twenty-two, July 3, , r e ce ived patent of land from the Virginia Company.

Inhis will,dated November 22, ,hele a ve s all his land and tenements inVirginiaand New England, in event of all issue filing , t o re main forthefounding and maintenance of this university, He then provides thatalltho s e wh o can therefter prove their lawful descent from hisgrandfather,John Palmer, Esq.

Among the worthy descendants of Chillian and Luke Palmer, hisbrother,wereDabney Palmer , w h o married, went to Mobile, Alabama, wherehe amassed alarge fortune. Having no childre n , h e educated severalsorphans, and inhis will he desired most of his slaves manumitted a n d sent North, anddesired that the balance be treated humanely. Isaac Palmer,son ofChillia n , we nt to Misouri; he married Martha Adams, of Halifaxcounty,and his daughter married Jud g e Ryl and, one of Missouri's mosteminentjurists.

Palmer, president of Alaba m a Coll ege,his sonnow living in New York, who is attorney for the StandardOilCompany, havi ng i n charge the legal end of their business for SouthAmerica, his workbeing entirely in Sp a nis h American law.

Palmer, is now the president o f t h e FloridaMedicalAssociation, and has been honored with all the positions in themedica l tra ternity. Hisson,Martin Palmer, J r.

Sarah , t h e daughter of ChillianPalmer, Sr. T yle r ps genealogical work,is adescendant of William Palmer, the brother of Chillian. The exact date he was born is unknown a n d th e place ofhisbirthis likewise wrapped in mystery. Although conjectural, itisbeliev e d hew as born in , in King William Co. The assumptionisbased upon a Deed of Gift fro m f athe r to son, duly recorded inCharlotteCo.

The deed written February 6, , recites in part"I, martin palmerofthe Parish of Co r n wall and County of Charlotte, for and inconsiderationof the love and good will and affect i o n I have and do beartowards myson, grantto the said Chillion Palmer, his heirs and ass i gns,forever, ," etc. The conveying land and slaves to a sonordaughterupon arrivi n g o f age or when married was the habitualpractice of themore affluent, prosperous or thrif t y o f the Colonialperiod.

The place of birth is determined on the premise that Martin Palmerwasevidently of movin g h i s family when he offered, "To be LettthePlantation whereon the Subscriber now liveth i n Ki n g WilliamCounty,very commodious", etc.

T his parishsoonlay in the new formed Charlotte County, cut-off from Lunenburg,, t h e deeds of which through , show that this family lived onTwitty'sCreek within the pro x i mity of present day Drakes Branch. Mary Pettus, the daughter of John Pettus, Sr. The date ofmarriage wasprior to June 12, , when the sa i d J ohn Pettus by deedof Gift gaveto his son-in-law and daughter acres of land on Littl e Ro anoke Riverin Charlotte County. Here on this estate, where some, ifnot all, of theseve r a l sons and daughters were born, lived the familyfor many years.

Chillion continued to p a y t ax on the acres until, but in,he had purchased and moved to plantation wi t h mi ll onTurnipCreek,adjoining the lands of his brother, Luke Palmer, who hadremoved fro m C ub Creek in , to this district near the County Linebetween Charlotteand Campbell.

In Chillion again moved his family, this time to HalifaxCountywithin the Antrim Par i s h and to a more opulent plantation withacreson the Dn River and acres on Lawson' s C r eek. He died atthisplantation on the Dan River, near the present South Boston, soonaft er writing his will February 3, Mary Pettus Palmer outlivedherhusband about sixteen ye a r s.

Thanks for the additional information in your last message. Inthesecondgeneration o f y o u r pedigree, you have Mary Pettus whomarriedChilianPalmer as the daughter of John Pett u s 1 andthehusband ofSarah, d. Based upon my research into the original re cords , I havereached some different conclusions about the identity ofyourJohn Pettus.

John's will was proved in in Lunenburg County,Virginia--not Sarah's will was p r o v ed in in Lunenburg, whichagrees withyourpedigree list. She latermarriedCharlesBlunt or Blount. This statement iswell-supportedbyoriginal records that are still exta n t.

I a m includingathoroughanalysis of the evidence in my forthcoming book. The identity of Stephen Pettus is still something of a puzzle;however,Ibelieve tha t h e w a s one of the grantors in the sale ofthePettusestates in James City County and New K en t Co u nty in Stephenalsohad a son Dabney, named for Stephen's father-in-law, Capt.

I offer these findings in the hope that they will shed new lightonthesubject of your in i t i al query. August 23, , Halifax County, Virginia; d. June 03, , Furman, Wilcox Co.

July 10, , Talbotton, Georgia; m. I was born in Talbotton, Georgia. My father, Thomas G. Jordan, moved to Maco n County, Alabama in I was then four and ahalf years old; remained there until , a nd settled and started lifeto myself, batcheling at the age of twenty and a half years old, n earMidway, then in Barbour county, now Bullock.

I made a great mistake atthe start, should n ot have bachelored at all. I lived as a bachelor forfourteen months and married Miss Fanni e A. Thornton February 14, Made the best crop that year that I ever made in my life of e very articleof produce. P1 , , and died October 10, in Charlotte Co. July 28, , Charlotte Co.

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But to the Devil's dismay, he is hopelessly in love with Justine and cannot find a body in which she will remain chaste But all Hell breaks loose and "Lucy" is in hot water with the "Boys Upstairs. The Devil in Miss Jones 3: The all-star cast sears the screen with an ultra-erotic romp through hell as only the infamous Dark Bros.

A must for every X-rated library! The Devil in Miss Jones 4: A mind-blowing, demon-infested tale of incestuous mayhem! Zebedy Colt plays a puritanistic farmer who rules over his family with an iron hand. He sadistically punishes his daughters, attempting to repress their sexual urges. The daughter's response is a revengeful pact with Satan.

The huge cocked devil possesses the entire family. Identities shift and transform randomly. The mother, father and daughters fuck one another savagely. During an orgy scene 3 demons ravage and drench huge breasted Annie Sprinkle.

A man's unsuspecting wish turns his life around, but was it for better or worse? When Shayla, the Devil's assistant, returns to collect his soul, they recount his rise from "loser" to "the man" in town. When a young woman inherits the family estate, and moves in, strange things begin to happen. Her dreams begin haunt her, her relationship is thrown in to turmoil, and her sex drive is no longer her own. She soon realizes there is more to her deceased relatives than was known.

They were in fact, witches. A house detective at an apartment complex, comes across an evil tenant who uses the power of hypnotism to seduce the female tenants and allow himself to photograph them in compromising positions in an effort to blackmail them or exposing them to their husbands. Billionaire Mark Reeves has everything money can buy During a business trip to Mexico, he finds himself negotiating opposite the devastatingly beautiful, articulate and clever Silvia Cabrera.

His infatuation devours his senses In a covert investigation into Silvia's personal and professional life, Reeves discovers more about Silvia than even she is aware! In the heat of the night when you're lusting for love, dial LUST for the girl of a lifetime.

When she takes you, you'll be hers forever. Vampires that need more than blood, they need love and they're in search of a man with a rod of steel. Next time you pick up the phone it could be you. Problem with anal sex? Do like John, Liz, Stacy and Frank. Join a support group. Namely, the Anal Anonymous Support Group and hear stories that will make your problems seem like just a pain in the ass.

Dial N For Nikki Series. Sometimes a deep, dark night can close in on your like a fist, choking your very life away. She knows how to handle the night. All it takes is a little radioactivity. Go ahead touch that dial. When you dial up this phone sex line, your fantasies come true as the one your thinking about pops up right in front of you. But who really ends up getting what they want? Upon seeing a psychiatrist, she is instructed to keep a diary of her activities.

A woman writes nightly, the script she hopes to make into a hit porno film. The famous video vouyer couple take to the streets of Hollywood to uncover some naughty moments courtesy of some of porn's biggest names. The famous video vouyer couple return to Hollywood for a second round of filming some of the hottest moments they can find in tinseltown. A nice little college town outside of LA should get ready as America's video vouyer couple invades with cameras rolling.

The legendary vouyeristic couple is loose with their camera in Aspen and meeting swingers and getting film of everything they see and everyone they encounter. Detective Trixie is on a man-hunt for a mysterious criminal and she'll do everything in her power to find him. Luxurious settings, steamy sex and a cast of 80's greats makes "Dick Of Death" a must see! The DP Duo are on the job, saving marriages and other relationships from the evil of fridgidity. The reckless wife of a gangster boss is dissatisfied with her staff and begins to rigorously kill her.

Because now only wild sex parties and perverse parties are celebrated at their expense. A couple on their way to the movies get lost and then sidetracked by the sexual antics of those they meet along the way. Michael Knight is the last of the red-hot lovers. Trouble is, Michael has disappeared without a trace. The women are frantic. The cops are baffled.

Honey Wilder is amazing here, as always, and her acting is as good as her horizontal hustle, which is phenomenal. Danielle is slinky sensuality personified and Cody Nicole is simply her legendary self. The Nasty Brothers take us on another ride of no holes barred sex. While in bed with her lesbian lover, Diane talks about the experiences of her friends in an effort to get herself and her lover aroused for another go between the sheets, before calling it a night.

Series of vignettes all centered around sex in the workplace as it seems people fantasize at work about the damnest thing. Eventually they can't take it anymore and make their own sequence. Someone's been sending Christy dirty letters, and they're making her juices run! Can she overcome her filthy desires, or will she succumb to the will of her admirers? Dirty Lilly starring Bethanna, C. Bolla, George Kane Synopsis: When young Lilly turns 18, her mother throws her out into the world to search for her long lost father.

Lilly's adventures take her up and down the atlantic seaboard, as each step along the journey furthers her sexual education while bringing her step by step closer to finding her dad. It's the year , and a group of historians open up a time capsule containing five porn videos.

Since artificial insemination wiped out recreational copulation they watch, fascinated with all the sex from the past. In order to solve the case, she must infiltrate a bordello and pretend she's a prostitute, naturally being unable to say no to any customer, for authenticity's sake. A classic film, this is not one to miss. When a man wakes up with 2 detectives in his room questioning him about the woman he spent the night with, he realizes she's gone, the detectives won't tell him what this about and his home has become a sexual playground.

Is it a dream or a freakish slap in the face by reality. The story revolves around a simple premise - people getting paid to have sex.

In almost every scene somebody pays somebody else to have sex. It's The Old West, style. We're following five beautiful working girls, working their way through four sex-starved outlaws on their way to windy San Francisco, when they are kidnapped by some wanted outlaws.

The world's greatest porno script writer is running out of ways to make the world's oldest deed interesting and new. That is until he comes up with an idea. The headmistress of a school for debs that specializes in teaching the students the fine arts of seduction and sexual thrills, finds herself falling for one of the male test subjects.

But the man who stuck by her in the lean years, isn't happy about being shoved to the side. Features Zara actually singing with her real life band in concert. A young couple battle it out in court to end their marriage, amid charges of cruelty and infidelity, and we are treated to all the action via flashbacks. What splits people up? From the looks of this video, hot, sweaty Thank-You-Sweet-Mama sex with the wrong people.

And then getting caught. A couple want a divorce, but with their fine collections of fetishes, they seem like a couple made for each other. Will they split up? Will they stay together? Abigail Clayton's porn debut is a monumental erotic masterpiece. She plays Dixie, a young woman still discovering her own sexuality but shuttled between her older sisters. This is hard to top for the ever popular 'naive young girl learns about sex' crowd. Lisa De Leeuw stars as Dixie Ray, a one-time Hollywood starlet whose career has hit the fast track to nowheresville.

Her star was on the rise, but now the glitz and glamour have passed her by. Dixie's attempting a comeback, but it's threatened when her ex-husband starts passing around some old nudie shots of her. She hires private eye John Leslie to track down her ex-hubby, get the pics and put and end to the blackmail attempt. Before you can say 'Sam Spade,' the P. In the end, it's the gumshoe who gets the goods on every single female member of the cast. Or should we say gets the goodies?

When a woman has to drive miles to deliver her uncle's car back to him, her friend joins her for a classic road trip. But then again what decent road trip wouldn't be full of meeting new people and gaining new experiences? Blacklove's clinic as couples come to him and his staff for some hands-on bedside manner!

It is definitely a memorable movie! A couple decide to take off on a cross country journey for new and different sexual thrills. A True Classic of 80's Porn!!! Hustler gave this film it's highest rating. Chasey plays a woman who is married to a man who belittles her and dominates her in every way. One day she snaps, and a darker more dominant personality emerges within her, and this does not sit well with her husband.

She is at his beck and sexual calling and that is excatly as she wants it. He experiments - and likes - the harsh treatment the dominant Head Guard employs on her inmates. But it may all backfire on him. It's the not too distant future, when women rule the world and their angry Alpha leader, Christy, is looking for wild, lost men, to hunt down and have her way with.

The only problem is, once they're spent, they're dead. This is post armageddon and men die once they climax, unless the beautiful scientist Ariana can stop the curse and save mankind. Christy is in danger of wiping men off the face of the earth, as what little are left, are being hunted and sold off by her subjects. But the cure now exists, and with it Christy's power. Can Christy put an end to this cure before it gets out? When relationships collide, they stand or fall.

Kelly O'Dell has a long-standing relationship with Randy Spears. They're in love, but haven't crossed the line between platonic and physical. That changes when Randy introduces a friend to Kelly, a friend instantly drawn to her. This sci-fi sex fantasy stars Viper as Beta, a sex doll given as a gift who comes to life and then starts multiplying when she gets wet. From her luscious form spring Delta and Gamma, two more sex-starved dollies with an appetite for the odd and unusual.

Viper is at her wild-eyed best here as the doll no boy would mind playing with. Breezy Lane is superb as one of her libidinal offspring. A young Jerry Butler is just barely up to handling these red-hot gifts that just keep on giving.

When a couple rescues a stranded boater at sea, they all become quick friends and get introduced to a wild world of sexual adventures. The Government sends in a pair of twin agents to infiltrate the KGB and find out what there involvment in a NYC escort service is all about. Elle Rio's outrageously wild farewell to porn! She does it all. Everything, no holes barred. In the one black fantasy she wanted fulfilled before she hightailed it back to Brazil.

Double Black Fantasy, it's twice as nasty. It's twice as hot and if we know you, you'll love it twice as much. A superstar Hollywood actress attends the Cannes Film Festival but is mistaken for a well known porn starletwho is there to do some private performances at a kink party being attended by some of Europe's wealthiest jet setters. Barbara plays the most famous and gorgeous doule agent ever to come out of Hollywood. Double Dare is the first adult film to feature a star playing a dual role, watch her do to herself what no star has ever done before!

It's Mission Impossible for our heroine as her assignment takes her around the world in search of the "Bellybutton Ruby of Burma". Double Dare, it's double fun, double pleasure, and double Barbara! It's the most fun you'll ever have watchign an adult film. Are you up for the challenge?

There are a few moments of a slight "jerkiness" in the picture during the feature. Whena woman finds that she has gotten everything she wants, she starts looking at the lives of her friends to find some kind of fulfillment that she's missing.

See the hideous monsters from the bowels of Canoga Park Hear the moans of passion and the screams of terror! Gasp at the attack of the 12 foot dildos! See evil "scientists" conducting horrid medical experiments for their own twisted needs!

See the attack of the mindless mutant sex zombies!! See vixens from outer space spreading their shameless lust, driving men and women to raving madness. See the feel good follow-up to the magnificent award winner. Hear the hardnosed detective get to the bottom of insidious crimes of passion.

Feel the chafing of the jungle king's loincloth. See the well-hung apeman learn to deal with life in the big city. Hear the muffled sound of a private dick caught behind closed doors. Feel the constant state of arousal that you didn't know you had in you. It's Trinity Loren's birthday, and it seems that everyone in Hollywood has shown up for her bawdy bash! Her pals throw her a backyard barbecue -- and you can bet that the steaks aren't the only things getting heated up.

And sometimes she's very, very bad! Combining the talents of John Holmes and Candy Samples - two of the greatest Adult Film legends ever to lend their gargantuan attributes to the pleasing of so many. Janey Robbins adds just the right filthy touch as she recalls this sultry tale of a young couple's search to fill their sexual voids. Real bikers have their way with these sexy young ladies in this smoking hot flick featuring women straight from the pages of 'Iron Horse' magazine.

Watch scene after scene of hardcore bumping and grinding. These girls get plugged all the way from the bike shop to the bar. So get that engine purring and check this baby out! Downstairs, Upstairs is centered around a house maid named 'Olive', played by Sherrisse, a new and rising talent. Olive's job is with the uproariously sex happy Bun family. The family includes Sheila, played by Seka, Mr.

Bun and his wife. As the picture builds to a hot climax, Manners, the butler, joins Olive and Sheila in a menage-a-trois. The incredible scenes that follow are the most erotic and sexual ever shown on the screen. A group of guys are going to produce an anal themed porno set in a hospital, but they first must go through the process of auditioning the potenetial starlets.

Temperatures are running high in this all backdoor extravaganza! This is a zany, nasty and fast moving video feature with all the rear pumping, butt loving rectal examinations anyone can find in each scene. Doctor Phil Latio is a man who gets down to cases… and in his sex clinic, so do the patients.

No holes are left empty in this medical break-through movie. Feelgood treats all types From lesbians to psychotic freaks. You have an appointment with the world famous Breast Expert, Dr. His assistants help handle any task. Ashlyn Gere is the very famous scientist whose experiments into what stimulates the depths of human depravity unleash a monster who's sexual longings not even she can rein in. Dr Love slave in his secret laboratory, where he is buildinbg the perfect sex android, in his quest to give women the ultimate pleasure.

However, in his private practice as a sex therpist, he is given a multitude of females to experiment on. Lust, a frisky physician who believes in — and practices — sexual healing!

A truly rejuvenating experience! Sweet Stacey Donovan and Herschel Savage star as a pair of newlyweds whose car breaks down on their way to their honeymoon in this steamy sexvid. When they knock on the door of the nearest house, the couple enters a wanton world of unleashed sexuality and debauchery that they'll definitely never forget.

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