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1628 Session Information

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  • Start Date: Mar 10 1628
  • End Date: Mar 29 1628
  • Notes: The Assembly met on March 10, 1628, and was dissolved on March 29, 1628. Historical records of this Assembly are incomplete.
  • Speaker:
  • Clerk: Robert Barrington
Name Locality Committees
Nathaniel/Nathaniell Basse/Basset Wariscoyacque
Edward Bennett Wariscoyacque
Thomas Burgis Wariscoyacque/Warrosquoiack
John Burland The Plantations over the water
John Chew/Chewe Wariscoyacque
Edward Crinden Shirley
William English/Englishe Elizabeth City
Francis Epps/Epes Shirley Hundred
Thomas Fareley The Plantations between Archer's Hope and Martin's Hundred/Harrop
John Harris Shirley/Shirley Hundred Maine
William Harwood/Horwood Martin's Hundred
John Jackson Martin's Hundred
Thomas Jorden/Jourdayne/Jurdain Wariscoyacque
Richard Kinsmeale/Kingsmell/Kinsmyll James City
Thomas Osborne/Osbourne The College
Thomas Paulett/Pawlett Argall's Gift
William Perry Pace's Paines
William Popkton/Popleton Jordan's Journey
Walter Price Chaplain's Choice, Jordan's Journey
Humphrey Rashell James City and/or The Marchants (Rashell's district is uncertain; he is listed in both districts)
John Smyth Pace's Paines
Maximillian Stone Hog Island
Robert Sweete Elizabeth City
Richard Taylor/Tiler The College
John Utie/Uty Southampton Hundred, The Plantations between Archer's Hope and Martins Hundred, Hog Island
Edward Waters Elizabeth City
John West The Plantations over the water/The Other Side of the Water
Thomas Weston Kicquotan and/or The Marchants (Weston's district is uncertain; he is listed in both districts)
Thomas Willoby/Willoughbye/Willowby The Upper Part/Parish of Elizabeth City
Percivall Wood Mulberry Island

*The information within this interactive and searchable application has been researched extensively by the House Clerk’s Office. As with any historical records of this age and breadth, there may be discrepancies and/or inconsistencies within records obtained from a variety of credible sources. Any feedback is encouraged at history@house.virginia.gov.

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