CORNELIUS2 OUTLAND (UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1630 in Holland, and died 1664 in Nansemond County, Virginia. He married ELIZABETH WALLIS 1648 in Oudekirk, Holland the Netherlands. She was born 1621 in Holland, and died 1672 in Isle of Wight County, VA.
Notes for CORNELIUS OUTLAND:
Outland (Oudelant) - What ship brought them to America and where they landed remains unknown. We only know from land grants that they settled in Isle of Wight County, VA. At the office in Richmond, VA Cornelius Oudelant was living in Isle of Wight County, VA, a patent to John Jolliffe mentions land adjourning Cornelius Oudelant May 30, 1653. Cornelius and Elizabeth Oudelant patented 1650 acres of land in Nansemond County, VA before 1666. After his death Elizabeth forfeited the patent. Then she and two of her friends bought back the land as follows: To Elizabeth Oudelant 650 acres of land-escheat being part of a patent of 1650 acres formerly granted to Cornelius Oudelant, deed October 26, 1666. To Nathaniel Bacon 700 acres of land-escheat being part of patent of 1650 acres formerly granted to Cornelius Oudelant. To Richard Penny 300 acres of land-escheat being part of a patent of 1650 acres formerly grant to Cornelius Oudelant. Elizabeth took up another patent in Nansemond and Isle of Wight Counties. To Elizabeth Oudelant 1500 acres of land lying part in Isle of Wight County and part in Nansemond County, beginning on a point belonging to a branch of Beverly Creek and crossing said branch October 26, 1666. To Mrs. Elizabeth Oudelant 300 acres of land beginning and standing in Chuckatuck Creek by the side of a branch and Lawsons land, October 26, 1666.
Isle of Wight County Records
In 1675, Giles Bland, agent of John Bland, sold "Basse's Choice" to Major Thomas Taberer, and Sarah Bland, wife of John, relinquished her dower. In a patent to Taberer in 1681, it was described as beginning at ye mouth of Polentine (Pollington) (1) swamp, which divides ye said Taberer's land from ye land of Mr. James Day, thence up the said swamp north 32 degrees west, 80 poles to a locust saplin in John Munger's line, then by Munger's south west 92 poles to a white oak near ye head of a small gutt, thence down ye said gutt south 25 degrees westerly 60 poles to Hutchinson's (2) creek, and thence by various courses down ye said creek and ye Crosse creek to ye Maine Pagan creek, then northeast by ye Maine creek side 120 poles to ye mouth of said Taberer's own creek, then up that creek and Jone's hole creek to a locust post in ye marsh, and then north 53 degrees west 40 poles to ye first station. Major Taberer left the estate to his grandson, Joseph Copeland, probably a relative of John Copeland visited by Thomas Story. Warrascoyack River as changed to New Town Haven Creek, thence to Pagan Creek. Pagan being originally the name of a point of land. Smithfield was laid out in 1752 by Col. Arthur Smith, and Robert Burwell, Arthur Smith, William Hodsden, James Baker, James Dunlop, James Arthur and Jospeh Bridges were the first trustees.
Information from: Records: William and Mary College Quarterly, Vol. 7, No. 4 page 215
Notes for ELIZABETH WALLIS:
According to the law of the times, at her husband's death, the land reverted to the proprietor by escheat. Of the 1650 acres Elizabeth Oudelant was granted 500 acres, 700 acres were granted to Nathan Bacon, 300 to Richard Penny.
From: Cavaliers and Pioneers: "The Isle of Wight, VA Patent Book No. 6"
Elizabeth Oudelant took up another patent in Nansemond and Isle of Wight counties.
Patent book 6 Page 24 Nansemond County
To Mrs. Elizabeth Oudelant 1500 acres land lying part in Isle of Wight county and part in Nansemond county-beginning on a point belonging to a branch of Beverly Creek and crossing said branch, October 26, 1666.
Patent book 6 page 25 Nansemond county
To Mrs. Elizabeth Oudelant 300 acres land beginning and standing in Chuckatuck Creek by the side of a branch and Lawson's land. October 26, 1666
Compiled January 1966 by Lucy Elliott Hollowell
More About CORNELIUS OUTLAND and ELIZABETH WALLIS:
Marriage: 1648, Oudekirk, Holland the Netherlands
Children of CORNELIUS OUTLAND and ELIZABETH WALLIS are:
2. i. WILLIAM3 OUTLAND, b. 1655, Chuckatuck Parish Nansemond Co, VA; d. 24 May 1687, VA.
ii. MARIA OUTLAND, b. 10 May 1650, Chuckatuck Parish Nansemond Co, VA.
Notes for MARIA OUTLAND:
The Oudekirk (the old church) in Amsterdam, the Netherlands records the birth of Maria Oudelant to Cornelius and Elizabeth Oudelant. Research has not unlocked the mystery of what happened to Maria.
More About MARIA OUTLAND:
Baptism: 1650, OudeKirk in Amsterdam, Holland, the Netherlands
Godparents: Abraham Deleay & Maritie Denieg
iii. CORNELIUS OUTLAND, b. 1652, Chuckatuck Parish Nansemond Co, VA; d. 12 Dec 1676, Isle of Wight County, Virginia; m. HANNAH COPELAND, 05 Mar 1675, Chuckatuck Parish, Nansemond County, VA; b. Abt. 1654, Isle of Wight County, VA; d. 11 Jan 1676, Isle of Wight County, Virginia.
More About CORNELIUS OUTLAND and HANNAH COPELAND:
Marriage: 05 Mar 1675, Chuckatuck Parish, Nansemond County, VA
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