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igh mortality rate, grew to maturity. One result of the process, when joined with the decline in the number of emigrants from England, was a steadily increasing proportion of native born in the population. While in 1668 only some 19 percent of the white population had been born in the Chesapeake, that percentage rose to almost 55 percent by the turn of the century, to 77 percent by 1724, and to well over 90 percent by the half century mark. In personal terms, the luck of the demographic lottery the element of random chance that determines the fertility of a couple and the survival of Nike Roshe Mens Shoes Cheap
Henry might have started with only 60 acres, the fate of the six children of Robert Chowning who shared equally his 350 acres. William Daniell is another example. Arriving in Middlesex in the early 1660s, Daniell amassed 600 acres, which, at his death in 1698, were divided roughly equally among four sons. One of the four, Robert, managed to rebuild to his father's level, amassing almost 750 acres before his own death, but he divided these acres among his own four sons. Of them, only one, another Robert, managed to add land to his inheritance, a 50 acre tract. Marrying twice, this Robert left eleven children, including six sons.
To his eldest son, Arthur, went possession of the land itself, but Arthur was to take his brothers John and Henry "to live and labour" with him until they reached twenty one and thereafter to allow each "a competency of living" from the land. Young John died a year after his father. Arthur died the next year, leaving half of the 240 Nike Roshe One Print Toddler
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The eldest received his father's original inheritance (190 acres). Another received the 50 acre addition. Four received nothing. Limited as it is, our view of friendship is enough to put us on guard against presuming that the kinless axiomatically lived in isolation. Richard Allen shows us otherwise. Entering the county in 1662 as a servant to Arthur Nash, Allen completed his service in 1669, rented land for a while, was married by 1679 when his first child was born, and in 1683 purchased land from Nash's son John. Through the 1680s, we are unable to link Allen or his wife Anne to any kin in the county. Yet they were deeply ensconced in a web of relationships. The tie to.
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