|Death: ||May 18, 1760|
John Peyton, Anne Waye Peyton, and Elizabeth Rowzee Peyton, were moved from "Stony Hill", the Peyton home, to Aquia Church Cemetery around 1936.
From: James Morphew (#47845391)
John Peyton inherited several hundred acres on Aquia Creek known as Stony Hill where he built "Tusculum".
John Peyton, Esq., of Stafford county, Virginia, who died in 1760, was twice married. His first wife being Ann (Waye) Young, widow of Bryan Young. After her death in 1750, he wed in 1752, Elizabeth (Rowzee) Waller, widow of Charles Waller. By his first wife his children were Yelverton, Henry, and Ann Waye. By the second wife they were John Rowzee, and Valentine.
1. Yelverton had four sons and four daughters. One of the daughters— Elizabeth—married her cousin, John Peyton Harrison; and Catherine married Captain William Bronaugh, of Stafford, who moved to Kanawha and is the father of a numerous family, the most of whom now live in Missouri. Of the sons of Yelverton, Henry was a pious Methodist preacher, and married a Miss Brent, of Fauquier; and another of his sons—Colonel Samuel Peyton—was the father of Yelverton, William, and Henry, all of whom were talented and pious ministers of the Methodist Church, and died young, leaving each one child.
2. Henry, the second son of John Peyton, married a Miss Fowke, and resided near the Plains, in Fauquier county. He was a pious member of the Episcopal Church. One of his sons—Dr. Chandler Peyton—married Eliza B. Scott, the eldest daughter of the Rev. John Scott; and another son—Yelverton—married Margaret, the youngest daughter of the Rev. Mr. Scott. She, after his death, married Mr. Charles Lee, and then Mr. Glassell.
3. Ann Waye, the daughter of John Peyton, married July 2, 1747, Mr. Thomas Harrison, of Stafford. She had a son named John Peyton Harrison, who married his cousin, Elizabeth Peyton, and has left many descendants; and another son—Thomas—who was an Episcopal minister and the father of Philip Harrison, Esq., late of Richmond.
4. John Rowzee, the third son of John Peyton, was the father of John Howard Peyton, of Staunton, of General Bernard Peyton, of Richmond, and of Mr. Rowzee Peyton, who has moved to the State of New York.
5. Doctor Valentine Peyton, the fourth son of John Peyton, resided at the family seat, Tusculum, in Stafford, and was the father of Mrs. John Conway, of Stafford Court-House, and Mrs. Chichester, who resides near the Falls Church, in Fairfax county, and of many others.
~Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia, Volume 2; William Meade; J. B. Lippincott & Company, 1857.
Anne Waye Peyton (1691 - 1750)*
Elizabeth Rowzee Peyton (1715 - 1782)*
Note: Son of Henry and Ann Peyton
Aquia Episcopal Church Cemetery
Created by: Richard H. L. Chichester...
Record added: Mar 30, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50451942