On July 2nd, 1685, at a court held for Rappahannock County, "Colnll. Cadwall. Jones" (JO-1) appears as a justice for the peace. It would seem that his social position had not suffered in this environment where he had been "High" sheriff, and had his bond recalled as a breach of his service. He is listed with:
"Att a Court held for Rappa:County July ye 2d 1685, Present Colnll. Jno. Stone (ST-1), Lt. Colnll. Wm. Loyd (LO-1), Colnll. Cadwall. Jones (JO-1), Capt. Geo. Tayler (TAY-2)". A large number of cases were handled on this day in court. [See (Old) Rappahannock County Order (1683-1685) p. 93 - 97.]
It is important to record that on the day before, July 1, a Katerine Jones is recorded (JO-8) as follows:
"Quietus est is granted to Katherine Jones (JO-8) from the Estate of her deced Husband Robt: Jones (JO-9) haveing by the accot: exhibited to this Court made it appeare that she hath paid the whole Estate as inventoried to the Creditors thereof"
This date records that a Katherine Jones (JO-8) was the widow of a Robert (Robt.) Jones (JO-9). This Robert Jones (JO-9) has his own family story dealing with the Civil War period in England. It has been discussed by many others that a "Katerine Jones (JO - ?) was the wife of our Cadwallader. It is possible that it was this Katherine Jones (JO-8), who was actually the wife of Robert Jones (JO-9), that has been confused with this person. More to come.