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Colonel John Waller
11 generations from the origin. Great x 9 grandfather.
Birth: 1617, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, England;
Death: 1688; U.S.A.;
Age: 71

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  • Colonel, British Army in the American colonies


John Waller, born 1617, at Newport Pagnell, England (County of Buckingham). According to the Genealogist, R. M. Conway, he came to Virginia about 1635, locating in New Kent County. He brought with him a seal bearing the arms of Waller of Kent. He received a grant for 126 acres in Gloucester County, dated February 20th, 1667. Together with his brother, William Waller, and Gerard Martin he received another grant for 800 acres in Stafford County, dated July 2nd, 1669. He married Mary Kay or Key. His new home built in Virginia was named Newport (Pagnell) for the old place in England.

Burke's Landed Gentry states that John Waller (1617-1688) of Newport, Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, youngest brother of Edmund Waller, the celebrated poet, . . . left England and settled in New Kent County, Virginia, 4 July 1635.


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Robert Waller
c. 1585 - 1616
Anne Hampden
c. 1585 -
Primary or Last Marriage:
Date: , Place: England, Status: Marriage, Note:
Mary Key
c. 1620 -
Dr. John Waller
Great x 8 grandfather
c. 1645 - c. Aug 21, 1716
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