Theodorick Bland (February 1663 – November 1700) made a [1 ] survey in 1693 of the Howson Patent, which is an area corresponding to present day Alexandria, Virginia. He also made a survey for [2 ] Williamsburg, Virginia in 1699. [3 ] [4 ] [5 ]
Bland was the oldest son of
Theodorick Bland of Westover and Anna Bennett, the daughter of Governor Richard Bennett. [1 ] His brothers were [6 ] Richard Bland (who had many notable descendants) and John Bland (who was the great-grandfather of Chancellor Theodorick Bland). [1 ] Bland married Margaret Man and had two sons: [6 ] [1 ]
John Bland (born December 8, 1698); he married Ann West and had at least three children, John, Theodorick, and Mary.
[1 ] Theodorick Bland, who died shortly after his father.
When his father died in 1671, Bland inherited
Westover Plantation and joined with his brother, Richard, in its ownership. The brothers eventually [7 ] conveyed 1,200 acres of the property to William Byrd I in 1688 for 300L and 10,000 pounds of tobacco and cask. Byrd's grandson built a Georgian mansion there in the 1750s. [7 ]
Ancestry [ edit ]
Ancestors of Theodorick Bland (surveyor)
16. Roger (or Robert) Bland
8. Adam Bland
4. John Bland
9. Jane/Joan Atkyns
Theodorick Bland of Westover
10. de Dublere
5. Susan Declere/Duclere/Dublere
11. Marie Emperour
24. Robert Bennett
12. Thomas Bennett
25. Elizabeth Edney/Ednye
13. Anstie Tomson
3. Anna Bennett
7. Mary Anne Longworth (widow of Utie)
References [ edit ]
^ a b c d e f Hunter, Joseph (1895). "Bland". In Clay, John W. Familiae Minorum Gentium II. London: The Harleian Society. pp. 421–427.
^ John Alexander. . Virginia Book Company. p. 101. Chapman & Alexander Families
^ "Bounds of the Capitol and Prison". Colonial Williamsburg's Digital History Center Archive. April 11, 1943.
^ Great Britain Public Record Office; John William Fortescue (1908). Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series. Longman, Green, Longman & Roberts.
^ Helen Bullock (April 12, 1938). "Sizes of Colonial Lots". Colonial Williamsburg's Digital History Center Archive.
^ a b Bland, Theodorick (1840). "Appendix". In Campbell, Charles. The Bland papers: Being a Selection from the Manuscripts of Colonel Theodorick Bland Jr. of Prince George County Virginia I. Petersburg, Virginia: Edmund & Julian C. Ruffin. pp. 145–149.
^ a b Tyler, Lyon G. (January 1896). "Title of Westover". William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine 4 (3): 151–155 . Retrieved December 11, 2010.