From The Family of Bartholomew Stovall
(Eight Generations of Stovalls in England and America)
Thomas, b. 1663/4 (age 16, 1 April 1680), dead in New England by 9 Nov. 1691, m. as first husband Elizabeth ---, d. Boston 4 Nov. 1709, who m. (2) John Bucanan. Apart from the land given him by his father, Thomas Burton (Jr.) was devised for life 226 acres of land and given horses, cattle, a sheep, a year's schooling, and clothing until he reached the age of 17 years, in the will of William Hatcher [see below]. His brother John demanded that his estate be delivered to him on 1 Oct. 1687; the court directed that his stepfather John Steward either deliver the property or give appropriate security. Edward Hatcher, as eldest son and heir of William Hatcher, petitioned the Court 1 Feb. 1691/2 to recover the land devised for life to Thomas Burton (Jr.) by his father, and after the death of Thomas was confirmed the land was in fact delivered to Edward Hatcher. No issue.
NOTES FOR APPENDIX 2
 Francis Burton Harrison, Burton Chronicles of Colonial Virginia (Darmstadt, 1933), pp. 33-40.
 Henrico Co. Colonial Records 1:125.
 Id. 2;415, letter from John and Elizabeth Bucanan to Susannah (Hatcher) (Burton) (Steward) reporting the death of Thomas Burton (Jr.), filed by Edward Hatcher as proof of the death of Thomas Burton (Jr.) and of his own entitlement as remainderman to the lands William Hatcher had devised Burton.
 Boston Vital Records (deaths).
 John Buc[h]anan m. (2) Boston 5 Dec. 1710 [Boston VR] Eliza beth Lambert and was dead by 28 Feb. 1732 when letters to administer his insolvent estate issued to his widow Elizabeth; he was a baker by profession. Suffolk Co. Probate Records 29:393, 31:246.
 Henrico Co. Colonial Records 2:248.
 Id. 2:402.