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Alexander Stewart 4th High Steward of Scots

Alias:<ALIA> Lord /Garlies\Galloway/
Crusader and Co-Regent. Lord of Garlies,Galloway. Commander at 1263
Battle of Largs against King Haakon of Norway.In 1264, he invaded the
Isle of Man.
As leader of the pro-English party, helped kidnap the young Alexander III
from Edinburgh Castle. Commanded the right wing at the victory over
ivading Norsemen of Largs 1263, when the Hebrideswere brought under
Scottish sway, in reward for which was granted Garlies byAlexander III.
Married Jean, heiress of the Isles of Bute and Arran.


John Stewart Lord of Bonkyl

Sir John of Bonkyl led his Islemen from Bute and his wife's Border
archers inthe fight for Scottish independence. Killed fighting for Sir
William Wallace at the Battle of Falkirk, 1298.


William Randolph

William Randolph, of "Curles Neck" founder of William & Mary College."Curles Neck" was on Turkey Island, an island in the James Rivernowcalled Presque Isle. In 1951 it was made into a bird refuge.
Here is an account of the Randolph family and it's Turkey Island homefrom "Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia."by Bishop WilliamMeade, 1857: "We are informed, by one of the decendants, that Mr.William Randolph bought at one time the whole of Sir Thomas Dale'ssettlement, amounting to five thusand acres of land, and as much more ofthe other persons, reaching down to Four-Mile creek, on the James River.The two settlements of Varina and Curls, so long the property and abodesof the Randolphs, were on this estate. The estate of [ Nathaniel] Bacon,the rebel, once formed a part of this tract, and there are still someremanins of the fort which he erected when contending with the Indians.the estate called Varina, which continued longest in possession of theRandolphs ( continue when print the rest of story.)

B.L. and R.J. Owens 1982, Sims Kin, History and Genealogy, The
Descendants ofWilliam Symes of Poundsford and Related Families. William
was of Turkey Island.
G.B. Roberts 1989, Ancestors of American Presidents. Birthplace
uncertain, questionably attributed to Moreton Morell, Warwickshire,
England. Died21 April 1711 at Turkey Island, Henrico County, Virginia.
Robert Isham Randolph, The Randolphs of Virginia. William's life dates
1651 Yorkshire - 11 April1711. They had nine children.
F.A. Virkus, Compendium of American Genealogy 6, 411. Birth place and
date given as 1650 Mouton, Mobrell, England. Death 11 April 1711 at
Turkey Island, Henrico County, Virginia.
Burke's Presidential Families of the United States of America, 1st
edition, Appendix C3. Colonel William Randolph (1650-1711).
Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 3,261-262, 1896. Antecedents
of William Randolph, who married Mary Isham.
Virginia Genealogist 2, 5, 1958. William Randolph (1650 - 1711), married
Mary Isham.[91502.ftw]
B.L. and R.J. Owens 1982, Sims Kin, History and Genealogy, The
Descendants of William Symes of Poundsford and Related Families. William
was of Turkey Island.
G.B. Roberts 1989, Ancestors of American Presidents. Birthplace
uncertain, questionably attributed to Moreton Morell, Warwickshire,
England. Died 21 April 1711 at Turkey Island, Henrico County, Virginia.
Robert Isham Randolph, The Randolphs of Virginia. William's life dates
1651 Yorkshire - 11 April 1711. They had nine children.
F.A. Virkus, Compendium of American Genealogy 6, 411. Birth place and
date given as 1650 Mouton, Mobrell,England. Death 11 April 1711 at
Turkey Island, Henrico County, Virginia.
Burke's Presidential Families of the United States of America, 1st
edition, Appendix C3. Colonel William Randolph (1650-1711).
Virginia Magazine of Historyand Biography 3, 261-262, 1896. Antecedents
of William Randolph, who marriedMary Isham.
Virginia Genealogist 2, 5, 1958. William Randolph (1650 - 1711),married
Mary Isham.


Mary Isham

B.L. and R.J. Owens 1982, Sims Kin, History and Genealogy, The
Descendants ofWilliam Symes of Poundsford and Related Families. She was
of the Bermuda Hundred plantation, Virginia.
E.P. Isham 1984, An Index of the Ishams in Englandand America.
G.B. Roberts 1989, Ancestors of American Presidents. Life dates circa
1660 to after 1713/14.
Virkus 4, 764. Mary Isham, married William Randolph 1680, died 1742.
Also Virkus 3, 371, and Virkus 1, 26.
F.A. Virkus, Compendium of American Genealogy 6, 411. Died 1742.
Burke's Presidential Families of the United States of America, 1st
edition, Appendix D3. Mary Isham, wife of Colonel William Randolph, died
1735.
Virginia Magazine of History andBiography 4, 433, 1897. Mary Isham
married William Randolph of Turkey Island, Henrico County, Virginia.
http://www.ieq.com/~gbolles/html, 13 April 1996.Ten children given (a
female, William, Thomas, Isham, Henry, Richard, Edward, Mary, John, and
Elizabeth).
Jonathan Daniels 1972, The Randolphs of Virginia.
Edmund Randolph 1970, History of Virginia.
http://www.ieq.com/~gbolles.html, 13 April 1996. Date of death 29
December 1735.[91502.ftw]
B.L. and R.J. Owens 1982, Sims Kin, History and Genealogy, The
Descendants of William Symes of Poundsford and Related Families. She was
of the Bermuda Hundred plantation, Virginia.
E.P. Isham 1984, An Index of the Ishams in England and America.
G.B. Roberts 1989, Ancestors of American Presidents. Life dates circa
1660 to after 1713/14.
Virkus 4, 764. Mary Isham, married William Randolph 1680, died 1742.
Also Virkus 3, 371, and Virkus 1, 26.
F.A. Virkus, Compendium ofAmerican Genealogy 6, 411. Died 1742.
Burke's Presidential Families of the United States of America, 1st
edition, Appendix D3. Mary Isham, wife of Colonel William Randolph, died
1735.
Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 4, 433, 1897. Mary Isham
married William Randolph of Turkey Island, Henrico County, Virginia.
http://www.ieq.com/~gbolles/html, 13 April 1996. Ten children given (a
female, William, Thomas, Isham, Henry, Richard, Edward, Mary, John, and
Elizabeth).
Jonathan Daniels 1972, The Randolphs of Virginia.
EdmundRandolph 1970, History of Virginia.
http://www.ieq.com/~gbolles.html, 13 April 1996. Date of death 29
December 1735.


Henry Randolph

Named in grandmother Katherine's will dated 10 October 1686.
[91502.ftw]
Named in grandmother Katherine's will dated 10 October 1686.


David Lee Cooper

Cindy's Family
Entries: 2293 Updated: Sun Jun 9 10:33:19 2002 Contact: CindyHorrace <UNCLE3@prodigy.com>
Birth: 12 OCT 1773 in , Nash, North Carolina
Death: 16 SEP 1852 in , Randolph, Missouri
Ancestral File #: 150N-TJQ
Event: Residence (3) 1832 Johnson Co., Missouri
Residence: ABT. 1795 Trigg Co., Kentucky
Event: Residence (2) Pulaski Co., Kentucky
Event: LDS Ancestral File 150N-TJQ


Elizabeth Wadlington

Five Children Contact: Amy Estes


David Lee Cooper

Cindy's Family
Entries: 2293 Updated: Sun Jun 9 10:33:19 2002 Contact: CindyHorrace <UNCLE3@prodigy.com>
Birth: 12 OCT 1773 in , Nash, North Carolina
Death: 16 SEP 1852 in , Randolph, Missouri
Ancestral File #: 150N-TJQ
Event: Residence (3) 1832 Johnson Co., Missouri
Residence: ABT. 1795 Trigg Co., Kentucky
Event: Residence (2) Pulaski Co., Kentucky
Event: LDS Ancestral File 150N-TJQ


Elizabeth Orr

Twelve Children


John D. Cooper

Cindy Horrace UNCLE3@prodigy.com
Death: BET. 1828 - 1829 in Enroute To Mo, Wilson Co., Tn
Death: 1828 in On trip from SC to MO
Ancestral File #: 3KPF-Q1


Margaret Peggy White

Ten Children
Death: 16 FEB 1869 in Randolph County, Missouri 1
Ancestral File #: 3KPD-Z3
Burial: 16 FEB 1869 Baker Cemetery, Near Clifton Hill, Randolph County,Missouri 1
Note:
From Old Families of Randolph County Missouri page 78

Margaret White was the seventh child of Littleberry White, aRevolutionary War soldier, and his second wife, Elizabeth Denton White,and she was born in Nash County, North Caolina. In 1812 she married JohnCooper and in 1828 they started to Missouri. On the way to Missouri, in1828 or 1829, John Cooper died while the wagon train was in Tennessee.His widow, margaret, continued on the journey with her children and halda dozen slaves. They traveled with her twin sister, Nancy and her familywhich consisted of her husband, Levi Fawks and their children.

The wagon train slowly made its way westward through Kentucky andIllinois and into Missouri in the year 1834. Both Margaret and her familyand Nancy and her family settlen in Randolph county, Missouri. Margaretsettled her family a few miles Northwest of present Clifton Hill, MO.Levi Fawks and Nancy settled a few miles futher Northwest. The land washomesteaded, farm lands cleared, log cabins built. Margaret gave land andhelped establish a Methodist Church called Providence. (This churchremained until the 1950's). Margaret and her children were chartermembers, also her twin sister, Nancy and family. A unique feature of thischurch was that although it only was one room, that one room had twelvedistinct corners and was built of logs. Margaret White Cooper was a firstcousin of President William Henry harrison, 9th President of the UnitedStates. When she left Tennessee to come to Missouri, Pres. Harrison'ssisters carded, spun and knit her a pair of stockings. She kept those tobe buried in. She is buried in Johnson Cemetery in Randolph County nearher home. Her children who came with her to Missouri in 1834 were:Charles Wesley (m. Josephine Titus); Buck (never married); David Edward(m. Sarah Catherine Gray); John V. (never married); Nancy (m. Samuel G.Johnson); Sally (m. Barney Eagan); Polly (m. William Epperly); Rhoda (m.Charles H. Baker); Elizabeth White (m. Josiah smith Harlan)' MillisieCooper (m. Hiram Millsapp).[Keen Family.FTW]

Came to Mo from South Carolina with twin sister Nancy Fawks. Her husbandJohn died on the journey.

Froom Larry Sumpter's Death Index at Randolph County, Missouri Rootswebsite:

Cooper, Margaret (White) - [c27 Jul 1788 - 16 Feb 1869 aged 80 y 6 m 22d, m. 1828 John Cooper (d. on trip to MO from SC), (d/o Littleberry and2nd wife Elizabeth (Denton)White) came to Randoph Co. with twin sisterNancy (Fawks); children: (1) Charles Wesley m. Josephine (Titus), (2)Buck (never married), (3) David Edward m. Sarah Catherine (Gray), (4)John V. (never married), (5) Nancy m. Samuel G. Johnson, (6) Sally m.Barney Eagan, (7) Mary B. "Polly" m. William Epperly, (8) Rhoda m.Charles H. Baker, (9) Elizabeth White m. Josiah Smith Harlan, (10)Millisie m. Hiram Millsapp = Johnson Cem; Ref;OFR p. 78-79.


Father: Littleberry WHITE b: 1753 in Halifax District, Nash Co., Nc
Mother: Elizabeth DENTON b: ABT. 1757 in

Marriage 1 John D COOPER b: 6 MAR 1779 in , Nash, North Carolina
Married: 30 JUL 1810 in Nash County, North Carolina?
Children
Nancy W. COOPER b: 29 JAN 1811
Sara J. (Sally?) COOPER b: 7 NOV 1812 in , Nash, North Carolina
Buck COOPER b: ABT. 1814 in <, Nash Co., Nc>
Charles Wesley COOPER b: ABT. 1814 in Nash, North Carolina
Polly COOPER b: ABT. 1814 in <, , Nc>
Millisie COOPER b: 16 SEP 1814
Rhoda COOPER b: ABT. 1816 in <, Nash Co., Nc>
Nancy COOPER b: 1816 in <, Nash Co., Nc>
Mary Berry (Polly) COOPER b: 6 MAY 1817
William H. COOPER b: 1819
Millsie (Lucy) COOPER b: ABT. 1820 in <, , Tn>
Elizabeth White COOPER b: 14 APR 1821 in Nashville, Davidson, Tn
Rhoda COOPER b: 27 APR 1823
David Edward COOPER b: 4 MAR 1825 in Tennessee
John V COOPER b: NOV 1825 in , Wilson, Tennessee

Sources:
Title: Cemetery Records of Randolph County, Missouri Vol. III
Author: Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry
Repository:
Note: Own
Call Number:
Media: Book
Note: Ten Children
From Old Families of Randolph County Missouri page 78

Margaret White was the seventh child of Littleberry White, aRevolutionary War soldier, and his second wife, Elizabeth Denton White,and she was born in Nash County, North Caolina. In 1812 she married JohnCooper and in 1828 they started to Missouri. On the way to Missouri, in1828 or 1829, John Cooper died while the wagon train was in Tennessee.His widow, margaret, continued on the journey with her children and halda dozen slaves. They traveled with her twin sister, Nancy and her familywhich consisted of her husband, Levi Fawks and their children.
The wagon train slowly made its way westward through Kentucky andIllinois and into Missouri in the year 1834. Both Margaret and her familyand Nancy and her family settlen in Randolph county, Missouri. Margaretsettled her family a few miles Northwest of present Clifton Hill, MO.Levi Fawks and Nancy settled a few miles futher Northwest. The land washomesteaded, farm lands cleared, log cabins built. Margaret gave land andhelped establish a Methodist Church called Providence. (This churchremained until the 1950's). Margaret and her children were chartermembers, also her twin sister, Nancy and family. A unique feature of thischurch was that although it only was one room, that one room had twelvedistinct corners and was built of logs. Margaret White Cooper was a firstcousin of President William Henry harrison, 9th President of the UnitedStates. When she left Tennessee to come to Missouri, Pres. Harrison'ssisters carded, spun and knit her a pair of stockings. She kept those tobe buried in. She is buried in Johnson Cemetery in Randolph County nearher home. Her children who came with her to Missouri in 1834 were:Charles Wesley (m. Josephine Titus); Buck (never married); David Edward(m. Sarah Catherine Gray); John V. (never married); Nancy (m. Samuel G.Johnson); Sally (m. Barney Eagan); Polly (m. William Epperly); Rhoda (m.Charles H. Baker); Elizabeth White (m. Josiah smith Harlan)' MillisieCooper (m. Hiram Millsapp).[Keen Family.FTW]

Came to Mo from South Carolina with twin sister Nancy Fawks. Her husbandJohn died on the journey.

Froom Larry Sumpter's Death Index at Randolph County, Missouri Rootswebsite:

Cooper, Margaret (White) - [c27 Jul 1788 - 16 Feb 1869 aged 80 y 6 m 22d, m. 1828 John Cooper (d. on trip to MO from SC), (d/o Littleberry and2nd wife Elizabeth (Denton)White) came to Randoph Co. with twin sisterNancy (Fawks); children: (1) Charles Wesley m. Josephine (Titus), (2)Buck (never married), (3) David Edward m. Sarah Catherine (Gray), (4)John V. (never married), (5) Nancy m. Samuel G. Johnson, (6) Sally m.Barney Eagan, (7) Mary B. "Polly" m. William Epperly, (8) Rhoda m.Charles H. Baker, (9) Elizabeth White m. Josiah Smith Harlan, (10)Millisie m. Hiram Millsapp = Johnson Cem; Ref;OFR p. 78-79.


Father: Littleberry WHITE b: 1753 in Halifax District, Nash Co., Nc
Mother: Elizabeth DENTON b: ABT. 1757 in

Marriage 1 John D COOPER b: 6 MAR 1779 in , Nash, North Carolina
Married: 30 JUL 1810 in Nash County, North Carolina?
Children
Nancy W. COOPER b: 29 JAN 1811
Sara J. (Sally?) COOPER b: 7 NOV 1812 in , Nash, North Carolina
Buck COOPER b: ABT. 1814 in <, Nash Co., Nc>
Charles Wesley COOPER b: ABT. 1814 in Nash, North Carolina
Polly COOPER b: ABT. 1814 in <, , Nc>
Millisie COOPER b: 16 SEP 1814
Rhoda COOPER b: ABT. 1816 in <, Nash Co., Nc>
Nancy COOPER b: 1816 in <, Nash Co., Nc>
Mary Berry (Polly) COOPER b: 6 MAY 1817
William H. COOPER b: 1819
Millsie (Lucy) COOPER b: ABT. 1820 in <, , Tn>
Elizabeth White COOPER b: 14 APR 1821 in Nashville, Davidson, Tn
Rhoda COOPER b: 27 APR 1823
David Edward COOPER b: 4 MAR 1825 in Tennessee
John V COOPER b: NOV 1825 in , Wilson, Tennessee

Sources:
Title: Cemetery Records of Randolph County, Missouri Vol. III
Author: Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry
Repository:
Note: Own
Call Number:
Media: Book


William Billy Cooper

Cindy's Family
Entries: 2293 Updated: Sun Jun 9 10:33:19 2002 Contact: CindyHorrace <UNCLE3@prodigy.com>Death: 14 NOV 1849 in Nash, Nc
Ancestral File #: 120J-6VRALIA: /Billy


Margaret Pridgen

Twelve Children


Isaac Bryant Cooper

ALIA: /Little


Littleberry White

From Old Families of Randolph County Missouri page 78

Margaret White was the seventh child of Littleberry White, aRevolutionary War soldier, and his second wife, Elizabeth Denton White,and she was born in Nash County, North Caolina. In 1812 she married JohnCooper and in 1828 they started to Missouri. On the way to Missouri, in1828 or 1829, John Cooper died while the wagon train was in Tennessee.His widow, margaret, continued on the journey with her children and halda dozen slaves. They traveled with her twin sister, Nancy and her familywhich consisted of her husband, Levi Fawks and their children.
The wagon train slowly made its way westward through Kentucky andIllinois and into Missouri in the year 1834. Both Margaret and her familyand Nancy and her family settlen in Randolph county, Missouri. Margaretsettled her family a few miles Northwest of present Clifton Hill, MO.Levi Fawks and Nancy settled a few miles futher Northwest. The land washomesteaded, farm lands cleared, log cabins built. Margaret gave land andhelped establish a Methodist Church called Providence. (This churchremained until the 1950's). Margaret and her children were chartermembers, also her twin sister, Nancy and family. A unique feature of thischurch was that although it only was one room, that one room had twelvedistinct corners and was built of logs. Margaret White Cooper was a firstcousin of President William Henry harrison, 9th President of the UnitedStates. When she left Tennessee to come to Missouri, Pres. Harrison'ssisters carded, spun and knit her a pair of stockings. She kept those tobe buried in. She is buried in Johnson Cemetery in Randolph County nearher home. Her children who came with her to Missouri in 1834 were:Charles Wesley (m. Josephine Titus); Buck (never married); David Edward(m. Sarah Catherine Gray); John V. (never married); Nancy (m. Samuel G.Johnson); Sally (m. Barney Eagan); Polly (m. William Epperly); Rhoda (m.Charles H. Baker); Elizabeth White (m. Josiah smith Harlan)' MillisieCooper (m. Hiram Millsapp).[Keen Family.FTW]

Came to Mo from South Carolina with twin sister Nancy Fawks. Her husbandJohn died on the journey.

Froom Larry Sumpter's Death Index at Randolph County, Missouri Rootswebsite:

Cooper, Margaret (White) - [c27 Jul 1788 - 16 Feb 1869 aged 80 y 6 m 22d, m. 1828 John Cooper (d. on trip to MO from SC), (d/o Littleberry and2nd wife Elizabeth (Denton)White) came to Randoph Co. with twin sisterNancy (Fawks); children: (1) Charles Wesley m. Josephine (Titus), (2)Buck (never married), (3) David Edward m. Sarah Catherine (Gray), (4)John V. (never married), (5) Nancy m. Samuel G. Johnson, (6) Sally m.Barney Eagan, (7) Mary B. "Polly" m. William Epperly, (8) Rhoda m.Charles H. Baker, (9) Elizabeth White m. Josiah Smith Harlan, (10)Millisie m. Hiram Millsapp = Johnson Cem; Ref;OFR p. 78-79.


Father: Littleberry WHITE b: 1753 in Halifax District, Nash Co., Nc
Mother: Elizabeth DENTON b: ABT. 1757 in

Marriage 1 John D COOPER b: 6 MAR 1779 in , Nash, North Carolina
Married: 30 JUL 1810 in Nash County, North Carolina?
Children
Nancy W. COOPER b: 29 JAN 1811
Sara J. (Sally?) COOPER b: 7 NOV 1812 in , Nash, North Carolina
Buck COOPER b: ABT. 1814 in <, Nash Co., Nc>
Charles Wesley COOPER b: ABT. 1814 in Nash, North Carolina
Polly COOPER b: ABT. 1814 in <, , Nc>
Millisie COOPER b: 16 SEP 1814
Rhoda COOPER b: ABT. 1816 in <, Nash Co., Nc>
Nancy COOPER b: 1816 in <, Nash Co., Nc>
Mary Berry (Polly) COOPER b: 6 MAY 1817
William H. COOPER b: 1819
Millsie (Lucy) COOPER b: ABT. 1820 in <, , Tn>
Elizabeth White COOPER b: 14 APR 1821 in Nashville, Davidson, Tn
Rhoda COOPER b: 27 APR 1823
David Edward COOPER b: 4 MAR 1825 in Tennessee
John V COOPER b: NOV 1825 in , Wilson, Tennessee

Sources:
Title: Cemetery Records of Randolph County, Missouri Vol. III
Author: Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry
Repository:
Note: Own
Call Number:
Media: Book


Elizabeth Denton Cooper

Seven Children