- Born: Abt 1651, Northampton Co., VA
- Marriage (1): Hannah Revell about 1681 in Somerset Co., MD
- Died: 10 Jan 1721-03 Oct 1722, Somerset Co., MD
He was a shipwright. He became heir to the "Watkins Point" tract when his brother John died in c1678.
Stephen made a will on Jan 10 1722 that was probated Oct 3 1722 at Somerset Co, MD. To wife Hannah to be Extr. To sons John and Stephen to be Extrs. To son John tract Horsey Down. To son Stephen tract Watkins Point. To son and daughter John and Elizabeth. To daughter Abigail. To son John plantation called Hannah's Delight. To daughters Sarah Wheatly, Ann Stevens & Elizabeth Horsey. Witt: Lazarus Maddux, William Prosser & William Latewood. (SoW-EB9:082)
Stephen Horsey, Sr., shipwright of Manokin MW 17:308
To son John Horsey: all that land or marsh on south side of a dividing ditch bounding the land of Anthony Bell, 150 ac HORSEYS DOWN, Dwelling house and plantation I now live on, HANNAHS DELIGHT,
To son Stephen Horsey: all that tract 150 ac WATKINS POINT except the above named tract [sic: meaning is unclear].
To daughter Abigail Horsey: livestock.
To daughters Sarah Wheatley, Anne Stevens and Elizabeth Horsey: HANNAHS DELIGHT if son John dies without issue.
To wife Hannah Horsey: residue of estate for her life, being goods, chattels, livestock, Negroes, etc. After her decease to six children named above. Livestock.
Executors: wife Hannah Horsey and sons John Horsey and Stephen Horsey.
Witnesses: Lazarus Maddox, William Presser, William Lateward
Stephen married Hannah Revell, daughter of Randall Revell and Katherine Scarborough, about 1681 in Somerset Co., MD. (Hannah Revell was born about 1662 in Somerset Co., MD and died on 05 May 1734-20 Jul 1734 in Somerset Co., MD.)