3. Richard PILAND was born about 1630. He died in 1695 in Isle of Wight Co, VA. Richard Piland signed petition against Bacon's Rebellion, 1676.
Bacon's Rebellion was a revolt of Virginia colonists against the
government in 1676. It was headed by Nathaniel Bacon, a prosperous
young planter. The colonists were angry with the governor, Sir
William Berkeley, because he would do nothing to stop Indian raids on
the western settlements. They also charged the governor with waste
and mismanagement of the colony's affairs, and claimed he granted
political favors to his friends and to those of King Charles II.
[BO:Richard Piland's Will::BO] In the name of God amen I Richard
Pyland being Sick of body but of Sound and perfect memory thanks be to
almighty God do make & ordain this my last will & testament in manner
and form Viz first I Give my Sole to God my Creator __ through the
merritts of my Saviour Christ & for givenesss of all my Sinns and my
body to the Earth from Whence it Came my worldly Estate __ first I do
give unto my Loving wife one horse and two young mares to __ R__ for
my wife and my five Children and for R__ of all my Estate I give to my
Loving wife Elinor Pyland during her widowhood and when for Ever she
marries sd Estate then left to be equally divided between my sd. wife
and my five children my Debts being first paid and __ appoynt my
Loving wife my full & __ Executrix of this my last will and testament
in witness unto I have my hand and put my Seal this second day of
Febry: Anno Domimi 1692/3 Sealed in presence of Thomas Moore
Richd Pyland
Henry White his mark (Seal)
Wills, Isle of Wight County, Virginia: 2 May 1670 -
Edward Piland died intestate; administration requested by brother,
Richard Piland, dated 2 May 1670, recorded 24 Jun 1670. 9 Jun 1677
Richard Piland, witness to will of Thomas Ware dated 8 Apr 1675. 11
Aug 1677
Richard Piland, security for Thomas Ware. 1 May 1679
Richard Piland in will of John Snellock dated 29 Apr 1679. 9 Jun 1679
Richard Piland appraised estate of Thomas Barlow, 3 May 1679. 9 Jun
Richard Piland appraised estate of Capt. Edmund Wickins, 8 May 1679.
1681 Richard Piland, overseer for John Story.
1682 - Richard Piland, appraisor.
Richard claimed 580 acs. on Upper Parish of Surry county, on NW side
of Pigeon Sw., 20 Oct 1684, for Headright of transportation of 12
persons recorded in patent Book 7, p. 366 by Sir Henry Chicheley,
Knight, Deputy Gov. 1687
Richard Piland, appraisor. 9 Apr 1690
Richard Piland, overseer for John Williams, witness to will of John
Williams which included godson, James Piland, dated 1 Mar 1689.
9 Dec 1692 - Richard Piland, witness.
2 Feb 1692/3 Richard Piland, will = legatees wife and 5 children,
executrix, wife Elinor, will book A, page 161.

He was married to Eleanor MOORE (daughter of Lt. George MOORE and Jane 'Jenny' BARCROFT) in 1675 in Isle of Wight Co, VA. Eleanor MOORE was born about 1654. Richard PILAND and Eleanor MOORE had the following children:

child+4 i. James PILAND II.

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