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Mary Ann BURKS Mrs.

1787 - ____

Repository ID Number: I12767

  • OCCUPATION: age 63 in 1850
  • BIRTH: 1787, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S193] [S572]

Family 1 : Charles BURKS
  1. + James G. BURKS
  2.   Isham BURKS
  3. + Charles W. BURKS
  4.   Pinkney J. BURKS
  5.   Elizabeth BURKS
  6.   Cynthy BURKS

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[S193]

[S572]


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Gen. Walter JONES

7 Oct 1776 - 14 Oct 1861

Repository ID Number: I16088

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: Lawyer
  • BIRTH: 7 Oct 1776, "Hayfield", Lancaster Co. [Northumberland], VA
  • DEATH: 14 Oct 1861, Washington DC At The Home Of His Son-In-Law, Dr. Thomas Millerin
  • BURIAL: Congressional Cemetery In Washington, D.C.
  • RESOURCES: See: [S581] [S932]
Father: Walter JONES
Mother: Alisie FLOOD


Family 1 : Ann Lucinda LEE
  1.   Virginia Collins JONES
  2.   Walker JONES
  3.   Nanette Lee JONES
  4.   Rosina JONES
  5. + Elizabeth Mary JONES
  6.   Charles Lee JONES
  7.   Alice JONES
  8.   Catharine Ella JONES
  9. + Anne Harriette JONES
  10.   Frances Lee JONES
  11.   Sarah Cornelia JONES
  12.   Violetta Lansdale JONES
  13.   Thomas Walker JONES
  14.   Lucy Leotine JONES

Notes

Appointed by President Jefferson as attorney for the district of Potomac in 1802, from District of Columbia in 1804.

"He studied law under Bushrod C. Washington, later a Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court andws admitted to the bar when but twenty years of age. He was appointed United States Attorney for the District of the Potomac by President Jefferson in 1802. In 1821 he as appointed by President Monroe as Major General of Militia and as suh in 1824 welcomed and received General Lafayette upon his visit to Alexandria. He was one of the most noted lawyers of his day, being the associate of Daniel Webster in the trail of the famous Girard Will Case in Philadeliphia.

"died on Oct 14, 1861, at the home of his son-in-law, Dr. Thomas Millerin Washington, D.C., leaving twelve children, viz: Mrs. Thomas Miller of Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Henry Tazewell Harrison of Leesburg VA.; Mrs. Mathew Harrison of Leesburg, VA.; Mrs. Robert Peyton of Fauquier Co., VA.; Mrs.Joseph Packard f the Espiscopal Theological Seminary, Virginia; Miss Violetta Jones of Washington, D.C.; Miss Cornelia Jones of Washington, D.C.; Thomas W. Jones a civil engineer and Catherine Jones who later died a Missionary in China and as buried there." [S932]


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 _Walter JONES _______|
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|--Walter JONES 
|  (1776 - 1861)
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|                      _William FLOOD ______|
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|_Alisie FLOOD _______|
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                      |_____________________|
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Sources

[S581]

[S932]

[S932]


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Betty Jean MARROW

This person is presumed living.

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John A. QUEEN

____ - ____

Repository ID Number: I3103


Family 1 : Sarah HARRISON

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[S136]


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