Apparently Ann was an olny child no others were mentioned in her father's will.
A month after the death of her husband, she gave away some of the estate he had left her;
To all Christian People whom it may and shall concern, I, ANN WHATLEY, the relict of JOHN WHATLEY of the Isle of Wight County, Planter, deceased, out of tender affection I bear unto my children in this Deed of Gift hereafter mentioned, and for other considerations best known to myself, I do give and bequeath after my decease as follows:
Impress: I give unto my eldest son, JOHN, one thousand pounds... and to my second son, THOMAS, two thousand pounds... and to my daughter, ELIZABETH, two thousand pounds... and to my grandchild, ELIZ. WILLIAMS, the daughter of JOHN WILLIAMS, one thousand pounds... to which deed gift I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 13th day of Feb. 1671.
ANN (X) WHATLEY
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of JOHN BURWELL, ROLAND HALL.
This deed of Gift was ordered and acknowledged by ANN WHATLEY to be her Deed in open Court held for the Isle of Wight County, this 19th day of Feb. 1671 and by her is recorded. JNO. JENNINGS, Clk.