29214 - Marvin Hauser Anderson
Haplogroup R1b - Lineage XV
William (I) Anderson
born unknown date, baptized Feb. 15, 1628/9 at Berwick-upon-Tweed, married unknown and immigrated to Herring Creek, Southern Anne Arundel County, Maryland, circa late 1660s, probably married earlier at Berwick, where he possibly fathered one or two sons, at least, Samuel (died as infant) and Absolon probably also died as infant), both at Berwick. Primary Source: Boyd's Marriage and Baptismal Indices for Berwick.Through the Mormon site, acquaintenances of ours in Berwick-upon-Tweed have recently brought to my attention that from Lanark and Lanarkshire in Scotland in the mid-19th century there came, first to Canada, and later to Minnesota, a family which included two (more) 19th century Absolom Andersons, the older of whom had a second son named William Anderson; so I cautiously and optimistically believe that, in addition to what the DNA results are now putting together, there is a lot more out there upon which only the surface has thus far been scratched.When I recently mailed to the Kansas and Texas descendants of these most recent (and last mentioned) Absolom Andersons complete copies of your Anderson and Andersen Family Group #5 pedigrees and the FTDNA matches pages, it "jumped out" to me somehow my name crops up with every Anderson family whose pedigree appears in your Group No. 5, yet none of those (other) families appear in Mrs. DuLaney's 1948 genealogy because these other Anderson families were still over in England and/or Scotland while "ours" were "over here." Not only me, but also my two "known" cousins in your Group No. 5, Charles T. Anderson and/or William Samuel Anderson. Also, Bob L. Anderson (Hickman County, Kentucky, tracing back to Glasgow) and/or Hollis D. Anderson (who traces back to Isle of Skype, Scotland).Therefore, in my family, at least, I believe we are soon on the verge to "big discoveries" genealogically speaking.Incidentally, in Charles Thomas Anderson's pedigree, some of the same mistakes appear in his earliest Anderson ancestors, as reported on your page 3 of 8. I think in Charles's case, he actually has 11 American generations (counting himself as one of them). He needs to have added, in order, John Anderson and William (I) Anderson, as per mine (at the "end" or "beginning").
born unknown in the 1680s to 1690s at Herring Creek, Southern Anne Arundel County, Maryland; married (date unknown) Elizabeth PRATT
(daughter of Thomas PRATT
and granddaughter of John CUMBER, Sr
William (II) Anderson
, born unknown date circa 1700, at Herring Creek Hundred near Friendship, Md., married Susannah (Meek) Phelps
, a widow
Absolom Anderson, Sr.
, born as early as 1731 at Woodwardville, Md., married (2) Ann Wheeler*
born 1775 at Woodwardville, Md., married his cousin, Elizabeth Anderson
(a granddaughter of James Anderson, Sr
., brother of Absolom Anderson, Sr
Absalom Anderson (III)
born 1816 at Conaways, Md., married Louisa P. Woodward
William Henry, Anderson Sr.
, born 1844 at Upper Marlboro, Md., married Sarah E. Scrivener
Marvin Wesley Anderson
born 1874 at Iglehart (near Annapolis), Md., married Julia M. Gardiner
Marvin I. Anderson
born 1900 at Millersville, Maryland, married Geneva A. Hauser
Marvin H. Anderson
married Mildred Barbara Bottner
NOTES: *Additional issue of Absolom Anderson, Sr. (4th Great Grandfather, above): By his first marriage to Mary Clark(e), circa 1753, died between 1758 and 1762: William Clark(e) Anderson, born Oct. 6, 1754, married Cassandra Brashears, ancestors of, among many others, Charles T. Anderson. Susannah Anderson, born Sept. 6, 1756, living in 1772, but no other record so far. Anne Anderson, born Feb. 27, 1758, married Denune Howard, and they moved West.
By his second marriage to Ann Wheeler, circa by 1762: Robert Anderson, born Nov. 16, 1763, married Mary P. Brashears (Frederick County, MD.). Richard Anderson, born Feb. 26, 1768, not further traced. Absolom Anderson, Jr., born Apr. 25, 1765, married Ann Burrell, but they left no descendants. James Anderson, born February 2, 1770, married Sarah Contee and should be Ann WHEELER. Correction dated October 5, 2008 by Marvin Hauser Anderson: "As printed, James Anderson, born February 2, 1770, married Sarah Contee. Change Name of wife to ANN WHEELER (who, therefore, has the same name as James Anderson's own mother)". "My (Marvin) comment: This is not unusual at all, because this James Anderson married into his own Mother's family. The mistake here occurred many years ago when someone misread a certain Anne Arundel County, Maryland, marriage license which actually reads, Jos. Anderson married Sarah Coulter. This particular marriage license has no connection to our family." Thomas Anderson, born September 16, 1772, married Sarah Cord. Samuel Anderson (my line; see above). Elizabeth Anderson, born March 14, 1777, married Francis Bealmear, Jr. Joshua Anderson, born March 29, 1779, married Sarah Fairall, and they moved to Ohio. Ann Duckett Anderson, birth date not known, youngest child, married Thomas Hall.
The "broad outline" of the foregoing Andersons (with some mistakes) is set forth in a small (1948) published genealogy, Andersons from the Great Fork of the Patuxent, by the late Cora Woodward (Anderson) DuLaney, that is today available from Higginson Book Company, 148 Washington Street, Post Office Box 778, Salem, Massachusetts 01970 (telephone: (978) 745-7170; Fax: (978) 745-8025) for approximately $40 ea., bound or paper back. The foregoing list of my particular line is but a "small part" of the total "story" told in Mrs. DuLaney's book.
The foregoing family is but one of more than several distinct Anderson families which, in the seventeenth century, immigrated from Northumberland, England, and close by Northumberland, to the total shores of the Chesapeake Bay in both Virginia and Maryland; if any of these several "Chesapeake" Anderson families were related to one another, it would be "on the other side.".
You have my permission to add the foregoing data, in whatever format is appropriate, to my "DNA" file At Family Tree DNA.
Somehow, my name "crops up" with every Anderson family whose pedigree appears in your Group No. 5 (now #1, yet none of these (other) families appear in Mrs. DuLaney's 1948 genealogy because these other Anderson families were still over in England and/or Scotland while "ours" were over here. Not only me, but also my two "known" cousins in your Group #4 (now #1), Charles T. Anderson and/or William Samuel Anderson. Also Bob L. Anderson (Hickman, KY, tracing back to Glasgow) and/or Hollis D. Anderson (who traces back to Isle of Skye, Scotland). Therefore, in "my" family, at least, I believe we are soon on the verge to "big discoveries" genealogically speaking.