( Clyde's G-G-G-G-G-G-G-Grandfather )
Born: 1625 in South Hampton, London, England
Died: February 03, 1663/64 in Weynoke Parish, Charles City Co, Virginia
Mary FRAME 1646, Weynoke Parish, Charles City Co, Virginia
Born: 1635 in Weynoke Parish, Charles City Co, Virginia
Died: June 03, 1673 in Weynoke Parish, Charles City Co, Virginia
Father: Capt. Frame
Mother: Ann Frame
William and Mary had the following children:
RALPH JUSTICE, b. 1655, Weynoke Parish, Charles City County, Virginia; d. 1729.
JOHN JUSTICE, b. 1656, Westover Parish, Charles City Co, Virginia; d. 1715, Charles City Co, Virginia.
- JUSTINIAN JUSTICE, b. 1660, Weynoke Parish, Charles City Co, Virginia; d. 1720.
Occupation: Member of the "House of Burgesses", Ship Owner "EDWARD" of Bristol, England, and Indentured Servent Manager.
Kittiewan 12104 Weyanoke Road
The original property where Kittiewan is sited was given by Chief Opechancanough, half-brother and successor of Chief Powhatan, to Virginia Governor George Yeardley in 1617. At that time, the plantation consisted of over 1,000 acres and was known to native Americans as Kenwan. It now encompasses 700 acres.
The core of the 1 1/2 story colonial plantation house of heart pine was built before 1728. The extraordinary paneling in the main drawing room is considered to be comparable to any of the best in the country.
Several families have occupied Kittiewan. About 1640, William Justice, an active member of the House of Burgesses at Jamestown, acquired Kittiewan and it remained in the Justice family until 1768 when Dr. William Rickman bought the plantation. Dr. Rickman was elected Director and Chief Physician of the hospitals in Virginia by the Contintental Congress in 1776, a position he held until 1780. Most recently, Kittiewan was the home of Wilma and Bill Cropper, both of whom are now deceased. The property is now held by the Archaeological Society of Virginia.
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