This post goes from 1647 to 1733, covering a gateway ancestor, William Clopton. Ann Booth’s father, Dr. Robert Booth, was an early co-founder of Jamestowne.
This post goes from 1687 to 1758, when the last record of him appears, but he lived past that year.
This post goes from 1714 to 1782, when William’s last record appears. But he lived past that year, most likely.
By Act of Assembly, Virginia ordered men (and women) to be recruited for service in some capacity during the War of Independence. Here is New Kent County’s recruitment quota list, containing 428 names, done in August 1782.
These data go from 1676 to 1731 and include more names than just the Claytons.
This post goes from 1684 to 1757. And there are a lot more names than just Clayton.