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Pendleton Family

Generation No. 1

The foregoing was copied from photographic copy of the original Chronology, which is in the Bible of Judge Edmund Pendleton the son of was the fifth son of Henry Pendleton and Mary Taylor, now (1792) in Williamsburg, Va. per GENEALOGIES OF VIRGINIA FAMILIES From Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. The Edmund Pendleton of Viginia, in his family Choronlogy of 1792 states his family history.

by Mrs Katherine Cox Gottschalk, Washington DC and Major John Baily Calvert Nicklin, Chattanooga.

"Pendleton is the name of a town in Lancashire, near Manchester. England. In 1469 Thomas Pendleton was living in Lancashire, in which county he held lands; at the same time were two brothers William and Robert Pendleton, who were probably his sons. Another member of the family was the Rev. Henry Pendleton (1521-1557), who may have been a brother of George Pendleton ST. Who lived in the town of Pendleton during the reign of King Henry VII. Thomas Pendleton, who died in 1534, was nephew of the Rev Henry Pendleton(supra); he had five sons: George, Edward,(who died in 1576 and was married to Anne Newton adn they had four children: Edward; Frances,Thomas and Elizabeth) William, Henry and Frances Pendleton, who married Cecily Beck (a daughter fo Thomas Beck and his wife, Isabel Beswicke, daughter and heiress of Richard Beswicke, JR., who was Founder of Jesus Chantry, Manchester and married Joan, sister of Bishop Oldham of Exeter, who died in 1519 and was buried in the Cathedral Chantry) and they had with three daughters and a son Henry Pendleton who was grandfather of Henry Penleton, Gentleman, living in Manchester in 1635.

George Pendleton, Esq Sr of the Town of Pendleton was living in the regin of King Henry VIII. His son George Pendleton Jr. was born abt 1558 and died 1603. He was buried at St Stephen's Norwich on Oct 27, 1603 the family haveing moved to Norfolk. He was admitted to the Freedom of Norwich as a Scrivener's apprentice on Sept 21,1578. He married at St Peter's Mancroft, Norwich, July 29,1578 Elizabeth Penttingale (who died in 1625 and was buried at St. Stephen's Norwich, on Jan 27,1625) daugher of John Pettingale, Gent of Swardiston, Norwich. (Harleian 1552, folios 241 adn 246, Vistation of Norfolk 1613 Harleian Society, Vol. 32 page 219. More on this family look below,.

GENEALOGIES OF VIRGINIA FAMILIES From Tyler's Quarterly Historial and Genealogical Magazine VOL II" by Indexed by Robert and Catherine Burns

THE BEGINNING OF THE VIRGINIA PENDLETONS

The name Pendleton seems to have been originally Pen-Huton, meaning top of the hill; the Pen-Eton and finally Pendleton. The name is from two Gaelic words, pendle adn dun, meaning summit or top and his tespectively.

The Pendletons were rooted in England 500 years before the name was transplanted in America. They emerged from the Crusades with a coat of arms for bravey, old English churches abound in baptismal records of the family, and around Pendleton, England, are tombs of many generations of them.

Siward Pendleton b c 1246 of Lancashire was one of the earliest recorded progenitors, the name appeared in public life during the regin of Henry VII (1485-1509). About 1580 George Pendleton of Manchester married Elizabeth Pettinglae for more go below. The same year, in the Assize Rolls of Lancashire, mention was made of Thomas de Parva Pendleton who was surty for Adm. Richard and Roger de Pendleton, sons of Matilda de Penelton, who was probabley the widow of Siward de Penelton. In 1332 Adam de Penholton paid taxes in Saford and Robert and Thomas de Penholton of Penholton paid taxes there. The town of Pendleton was portion of Saldfordborough.

Virginia, Prominent Families, Vol. 1-4; Volume IV; Chapter X The Pendleton Family

Three miles from Manchester, in Lancashire County, England, is the town of Pendleton, known as a portion of Salfordborough. Over the door of one of the inns swings the arms of the Pendleton family, exactly like those brought to America by the emigrant, Philip Pendleton. Some little distance off is the manor house, occupied still by a family of Pendletons, and around the old church are the tombs of departed Pendletons. Here we pause, feeling ourselves aliens in our father's house. Under that roof tree are the records that would carry us back along the line of English history until we found the ancestor whose bravery in the Crusades, won him the right to place upon his shield the silver pilgrim's shells, which form a distinctive feature of the coat-of-arms. The family evidently belonged to the English gentry, a purer and prouder distinction oftentimes than many of the titles which have changed hands and family names many times as they come down the avenue of ages.

The first name upon the Virginia record is that of George Pendleton, Esquire, of the town of Pendleton, Lancashire, England. His son was George Pendleton, who married, sometime in the fifteenth century, Elizabeth Pettingall, daughter of John Pettingall, Gentleman, of Norwich, Norfolk County. George Pendleton moved to Norwich, and was buried at St. Stephen's, Norwich, in 1613. His eldest son was Henry Pendleton, who married in 1605 Susan Carmyer, at St. Simeon and St. Jude's. He was buried on July 15, 1635, at St. Stephen's, Norwich. His third son was Henry Pendleton who married Elizabeth -. This gives four generations on English soil, carrying us from Pendleton near Manchester, to Norwich.

In 1613, Sir John Pettus and his brother Thomas Pettus both made wills, remembering their cousins, Henry and Susan Pendleton, of Norwich, leaving them property in that city. These gentlemen lived at Cristree, St. Edmund's, near Norwich. Thomas Pettus, the son of one of these men, was one of the early councilors of the Colony, and probably influenced his cousins to come to Virginia. The two sons of Henry and Elizabeth Pendleton came to Virginia in 1674, Philip, a young teacher, and Nathaniel, a minister of the Church of England. Nathaniel died very soon, leaving no children

The arms of Pendleton are taken from English records and are described as follows: Arms-Gules, an inescutcheon argent, between four escallops (or shells) or. Crest-On a chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a demi-dragon, wings expanded, or, holding an escallop (or shell) argent. Motto-Maneo Qualis Manebam

George Pendleton, Esq., born Bef. 1542 in Pendleton, Lancashire, England; died Deceased.George of Lancs ("of the community of Pendleton, Lancashire who flourished...1509-1547"

Could this be same George as above George Pendleton, born 1536 in Manchester, Lancaster, England. He was the son of Thomas Pendleton. He married Anne (Pendleton) 1557 in England?. Could George Pendleton father was Thomas Pendleton?

Could this be the children of George Pendleton and Anne (Pendleton) are: ?

1 William Pendleton.

2 Robert Pendleton.

3 Thomas Pendleton.

4 George Pendleton, born 1553; died 1603 in England; married Elizabeth Pettingale July 29, 1579 in St Peters Mancroft, Norwich, England.

George Pendleton father was

Thomas Pendleton.

Notes for George Pendleton, Esq.: Book, "The Kay-Pendleton-Neel Families" , George and Margaret Rose, 1969, Pages 104-105

The results of this search are printed in the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 39 pp. 277-284. It is from this source and corroborative English records that the information now about to be set down on the English origins of the Pendleton Family is derived and here quoted.

"The name Pendleton seems to have been originally pen-Hulton, meaning top of the hill; then Pen-Elton and finally Pendleton. The name is from the Gaelic words, pendle and dun, meaning summit (or top) and hill respectively. In Lancashire the name appears as early as 1246 when Siward de Pendleton, deceased, was mentioned. The same year, in the Assize Rolls of Lancashire, mention was made of Thomas de Parva Pendleton who was surety for Adam, Richard and Roger de Pendleton, sons of Matilda de Pendleton, who was probably the widow of Siward de Pendleton (supra). In 1332 Adam de Pendleton paid taxes in Salford and Robert and Thomas de Penholton of Penholton paid taxes there. The town of Pendleton was a portion of Saldfordborough."

This shows that the Pendletons were first seated in the hills of Lancashire where the Pendleton coat of arms still hangs over an ancient inn. An old manor house occupied by Pendletons is near. Here also is an old Pendleton graveyard. Pendleton Township stretches across Pendle Hill and Pendle Forest. One hall called Malkin tower once stood on Pendle Hill. It was from this area that the Pendletons removed to Norwich, Norfolk County. Pendle Hill is an elevation of I, 831 feet lying about five miles south of Skipton and about thirty one miles west of Leeds. This configuration still bears the name, Pendle Hill. Pendleton community is still shown on good maps of England--just south of the city of Clitheroe.

A continuous line of descent can be traced from George Pendleton, Esq., Sr., of the community of Pendleton, Lancashire who flourished during the reign of Henry VIII (1509-1547). It was either this George Pendleton or his son George Pendleton who moved from Pendleton and settled in Norwich.

(For verification of these details see Harlean 1552, Folios 241 and 246, Visitations of Norfolk, 1613, and Harlean Society, Volume 32, page 219. These sources are cited in the article quoted above and have also been independently examined and confirmed by the compilers of these notes.)

Book, "Genealogical and Historical Notes on Culpeper County, VA", Raleigh Travers Green, 1958, Page 80

ARMS OF "PENDLETON" OF NORWICH, ENGLAND.

Gules, an inescutcheon, argent, between four escallop shells in saltire.

Or. Crest. On a chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a demi-dragon, wings inverted, or holding an escallop shell argent.

Child of George Pendleton, Esq. is:

1 George Pendleton, Jr., born 1558 in Manchester, England; died Abt. October 27, 1603 in Norwich, England; married Elizabeth Pettingale July 29, 1579 in St. Peters Mancroft, Norwich, England. George("became a scrivener's apprentice in Norwich September 21, 1578" More below.

Now to started the family

Generation No. 2

George Pendleton, born 1553; died 1603 in England Burial: October 27, 1603, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England. He was the son of George Pendleton and Anne (Pendleton). He married Elizabeth Pettingale July 29, 1579 in St Peters Mancroft, Norwich, England. Elizabeth Pettingale, born 1562 in Swardiston, England; died January 1613 in Norwich, England Burial: St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England. She was the daughter of John Pettingale.

George Pendleton, Esq Sr of the Town of Pendleton was living in the regin of King Henry VIII. His son George Pendleton Jr. was born abt 1558 and died 1603. He was buried at St Stephen's Norwich on Oct 27, 1603 the family haveing moved to Norfolk. He was admitted to the Freedom of Norwich as a Scrivener's apprentice on Sept 21,1578. He married at St Peter's Mancroft, Norwich, July 29,1578 Elizabeth Penttingale (who died in 1625 and was buried at St. Stephen's Norwich, on Jan 27,1625) daugher of John Pettingale, Gent of Swardiston, Norwich. (Harleian 1552, folios 241 adn 246, Vistation of Norfolk 1613 Harleian Society, Vol. 32 page 219

Notes for George Pendleton, Jr.: Book, "The Kay-Pendleton-Neel Families" , George and Margaret Rose, 1969, Page 104

George Pendleton became a scrivener's apprentice in Norwich September 21, 1578 and in this same year he had grant of the freedom of the town.

George Pendleton, Jr.: Occupation: September 21, 1578, Scrivener's Apprentice, Norwich, England

Children of George Pendleton and Elizabeth Pettingale are: Per Judge Edmund Pendleton's Bible

1 George Pendleton, born in England; died young

2. Henry Pendleton, born 1583 in Norwich, England; died Abt. July 15, 1635; married Susan Camden September 30, 1605 in St. Simon & St. Jude Church, Norwich, England

3. Francis Pendleton, born Bef. 1595 in England; died Abt. October 08, 1618 in Norwich, England; married Anne Unknown 161026; born in England; died Deceased.Burial: October 08, 1618, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England

4. Anne Pendleton born in England; died Deceased.

5. George Pendleton, born in England; died Abt. June 01, 1621; married Elizabeth Osborne February 13, 1613/14; born in England; died Deceased.Burial: June 01, 1621, St. Simon & Jude Church, Norwich, England

GENERATION 3

2.*Henry Pendleton (George, George,?) born August 12, 1580 in Norwich, Norfolk, England; died July 1635 in Norwich, England. He was the son of George Pendleton and Elizabeth Pettingale. He married Susan Camden September 30, 1605 in Sts Simon & Jude, Norwich, Norfolk, England. Susan Camden, born 1584 in Norwich, Norfolk, England. She was the daughter of Humphrey Camden and Cecily Pettus. Cecily father was Mayor of Norwich (1591) Thomas Pettus, father of John, father of Sir Thomas. Cecily's mother was Christina Dethick and her parents were Symond Dethick Esq. (b 1490 Norfolk Co., Eng.) & Rose Crowe (b there 1506). Rose Crowe's father was Christopher (b 1480, Norfolk, Eng), and his father was Richard Crowe

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Notes for Henry Pendleton: Book, "The Kay-Pendleton-Neel Families" , George and Margaret Rose, 1969, Pages 105-106

Henry Pendleton (1583-1635), son of George Pendleton and his wife Elizabeth Pettingale Pendleton, born 1583 and buried at St. Stephen's, Norwich on July 15, 1635. He was buried at St. Stephen's Norwich July 15,1635. It seems that he was brought up in the profession of his father for he had the Freedom of Norwich as a Scriptor on date of September 6, 1605 at which time he was aged twenty one past. In his day there were many who could not write and were obliged to rely on the scribe or scriptor to carry on their correspondence. Twenty four days after his becoming a public scriptor he married (Sept. 30, 1605) at St. Simon and St. Jude's, Norwich, Susan daughter of Humphrey and Cecily (Pettus) Camden. and the granddaughter of Sir Thomas Pedttus the mayor of Norwich in 1591 and wife was Christian Dethick, daughter of Simon Dethick, Esq. of North Elmham. Norfolf. Sir Thomas Pettus was son of John Pettus, ESQ, whose father was Thomas Pettus, an opulent citizen of Norwich, who was buried St. Edmund's Lombard Street, London He became a man of consequence in the affairs of his city and country. Records show that he subscribed a loan to James I.

Children of Henry Pendleton and Susan Camden are:

1. George Pendleton, born Abt. April 01, 1607 in Norwich, England ;Christening: April 01, 1607, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England ; died Abt. June 02, 1607Burial: June 02, 1607, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England

2. Cecily Pendleton, born Abt. July 03, 1608 in Norwich England; Christening: July 03, 1608, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England England; died Deceased; married Thomas Fitton February 19, 1624/25.

3. John Pendleton, born Abt. July 27, 1609 in Norwich, England; Christening: July 27, 1609, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England ; died Abt. January 09, 1636/37; Burial: January 09, 1636/37, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England22

4. Susan Pendleton, born Abt. July 27, 1609 in Norwich, England; Christening: July 27, 1609, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England; died Abt. January 09, 1636/37; Burial: January 09, 1636/37, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England

5. Henry Pendleton, born Abt. September 19, 1613 in Norwich, England;Christening: September 19, 1613, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England ; died Abt. September 26, 1613;Burial: September 26, 1613, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England;

6. Henry Pendleton, Jr., born Abt. December 26, 1614 in Norwich, England; died 1682; married twice.

7. Anne Pendleton, born Abt. June 20, 1615 in Norwich, England ; Christening: June 20, 1615, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England;died Deceased.

8. Abigail Pendleton, born Abt. October 20, 1617 in Norwich, England; Christening: October 20, 1617, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England; died Abt. December 28, 1617;Burial: December 28, 1617, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England 9. Thomas Pendleton, born Abt. February 28, 1618/19 in Norwich, England; Christening: Abt. February 28, 1618/19, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England; died Deceased.

10. Matilda Pendleton, born Abt. February 23, 1619/20 in Norwich, England; Christening: February 23, 1619/20, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England; died Abt. September 02, 1622; Burial: September 02, 1622, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England

11. Mary Pendleton, born Abt. July 27, 1623 in Norwich, England; Christening: July 27, 1623, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England; died Deceased

12. Matthew Pendleton, born Abt. November 30, 1624 in Norwich, England; Christening: November 30, 1624, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England Burial: January 23, 1625/26, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England; died Abt. January 23, 1625/26

13. George Pendleton, born Abt. December 13, 1626 in Norwich, England; Christening: December 13, 1626, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England;died Deceased

3. Francis Pendleton (George, George,?) , born Bef. 1595 in England; died Abt. October 08, 1618 in Norwich, England; married Anne Unknown 161026; born in England; died Deceased.Burial: October 08, 1618, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England

Children:

1 Elizabeth who was baptized at St. Stephen's April 25,1611

2 Ann who was baptized at St. Stephen's July 8,1612

3 Susan who was baptized at St. Stephen's June 23, 1613

4 Mary who was baptized at St Stephen's Feb 2,1615 buried there Nov 29,1617

5 Elizabeth who was baptized at St. Stephen June 21,1677

6 Enoch who was baptized at St. Stephen Nov 13. 1618 d.s.p 1651

5. George Pendleton (George, George,?) , born in England; died Abt. June 01, 1621; married Elizabeth Osborne February 13, 1613/14; born in England; died Deceased.Burial: June 01, 1621, St. Simon & Jude Church, Norwich, England

Children:

1 Richard who was baptized at St. Simon and St Jude's Dec 27,1618; buried at ST. John's March 17,1639.

2 Mary who was baptized at St, Simon and St. Jude's May 4,1621; buried there Feb 26,161/2

GENERATION NO 4

Henry Pendleton, Jr. (Henry,George, George,?) , born Abt. December 26, 1614 in Norwich, England; Christening: December 26, 1614, St. Stephen's Church, Norwich, England; died 1682. He was the son of Henry Pendleton and Susan Camden. On Sept. 8,1637, he had the Freedom of Norwich as a grocer. He was marred twice 1st in 1636 to Hannah who died in 1648 adn was buried at St. Peter's Mancroft, Norwich, April 15,1648. and 2nd in 1649 Elizabeth Douglass d about 1708. She survived him and was granted administration of his estate. Dec 20 1682 in Norwich

Notes for Henry Pendleton, Jr.: Book, "The Kay-Pendleton-Neel Families" , George and Margaret Rose, 1969, Pages 106-107

Henry Pendleton, Jr. (1614-1682) son of Henry Pendleton and his wife Susan (Camden) Pendleton was christened at St. Stephen's, Norwich December 26, 1614. On September 8, 1637 Henry Pendleton had the Freedom of Norwich as a grocer. This date probably marks the end of his apprenticeship and the beginning of his career as a merchant. He married twice. His first wife, Hannah (???) whom he married 1636, died and was buried at St. Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, April 15, 1648. His second wife Elizabeth (Douglass?) whom he married in 1649 died about 1708. She was granted administration of his estate Dec. 20, 1682 at Norwich. It is certain that he died earlier in that same year. He subscribed a loan to the king, the effect of which was to identify him as a loyalist. His fortune declined severely with the establishment of the Commonwealth.

Children of Henry Pendleton and Hannah (???) are:

by first marriage

1 Henry who was bapt. at St. Peter's Mancroft, March 4,1637 and he died before 1676 married ? children : Henry and John

2 John who was bapt. at St Peter's Mancroft Dec. 7, 1640

3 Matthew who was bapt at St. Peter's Mancroft Dec 22,1642

4 Samuel who was bapt at St. Peter's Mancroft Sept 14,1647 born Sept 6,1647 Note Buried there Nov 30,1647.

Children of Henry Pendleton and Elizabeth Douglass are:

1. Nathaniel Pendleton, born Aft. 1650 in Norwich, England baptized at St. Peter's Mancroft, April 7,1650; died Bef. 1680 in Virginia. Nathaniel Pendleton ;Emigration: 1674, England to Virginia. Nathaniel, accompanied his brother to Virginia; he was a clergyman; died soon after emigrating, leaving no children. He was admitted to the Merchant Taylor's School, London in 1661; in 1669 he was admitted sizar Corpus Christi in 1672; on Sept 20,1673 he was ordained Deacon by the Bishop of Norwich; he became Curate of Badwell Ask in Suffolf and in 1674 came to Virginia with his younger brother, Philip Pendleton.

2. Philip Pendleton, born 1650 in Norwich, England; died November 09, 1721 in King & Queen Co., VA; married Isabella Hurt 1682 in Virginia. Philip Pendleton, the emigrant, was born in 1650. He was, therefore, twenty-four years of age, when he came to Virginia in 1674. In 1680 he returned to England, and tradition

Book, "Seldens of Virginia vol 2", Mary Selden Kennedy, 1911, Page 180

"In 1613 Sir John Pettus and his brother, Thomas Pettus, both made wills, remembering their cousins, Henry and Susan Pendleton, of Norwich, leaving them property in that city. These gentlemen lived at Caistree, St. Edmund's, near Norwich. Thomas Pettus, the son of one of these men, was one of the early councillors of the colony, and probably influenced his cousins to come to Virginia." These two sons of Henry and Elizabeth Pendleton were i Philip, married Isabella Hart or Hurt. ii Nathaniel, accompanied his brother to Virginia; he was a clergyman; died soon after emigrating, leaving no children.

GENERATION NO 5

The first Virginia Generation: This young man of 20, Philip Pendleton (Mch 26,1654-Nov 9,1721) became the founder of the family in Virginia. Records show his baptism in St Peter's Mancroft, Norwich, England, as April 2,1654. When he came to Virginia in 1674 under a 5-year contract he lived in Rappahannock, later move to Essex the to King and Queen. Philp work out his contract, returnd ot England,where is is said by some authorities that he married but within a year lost his wife and after the death of his father, Henry, in 1682 he returned to Virigina and married Isabella Hurt, had seven sons, died in King and Queen Countym,1721. In 1674 he and his brother Rev Nathaniel Pendleton migrated to American where Philip was apprenticed to Edmund Craske, Clerk of Rappahannock Co. and in 1678 was Deputy Clerk of that county. He later lived in Essex Co. and about the beginning of the 18th century he moved to King and Queen. In 1704 his name appears on the Rent Roll of King and Queen Co. as owning 300 acres. Philip m'd Isabella Hurt in 1682.

Pendleton King and Queen county

Arms: Gules an inescutcheon argent between four escallops in saltire or. Crest: On a chapeau gules turned up ermine a demi dragon, wings inverted or, holding an escallop argent. Motto: Maneo qualis manebam. The Virginia Pendletons are descended from the ancient family of that name who were settled at Norwich, Norfolk, and originally from Manchester. George Pendleton removed from the latter city to Norwich in 1613, and married Elizabeth, daughter of John Pettingall, gent., of that city; they had a son, Henry, who married Susan ---, by whom a son, Henry, who had two sons, the Rev. Nathaniel Pendleton, who d.s.p., and Philip Pendleton, who came to Virginia in 1674. Philip was born about 1650, and married Isabella Hurt or Hart, by whom he had three sons and four daughters. His eldest son, Henry, born 1683, married, 1701, Mary, daughter of James Taylor of Caroline county by his second wife, Mary Gregory. He died 1721 and left issue: Philip, Nathaniel, John, Edmund, Mary and Isabella Pendleton.

*Phillip Pendleton, born March 26, 1654 in Norwich, England and baptized at St. Peter's Mancroft, Norwolh, England on April 2m, 1654; died November 9, 1721 in King and Queen Co., VA. He was the son Henry Pendleton and Elizabeth Douglass. He married Isabella Hurt March 1681/82 in VA. Isabella Hurt, born April 26, 1661 in King and Queen co., VA; died November 06, 1724 in Caroline Co., VA. She was the daughter of William Hurt born 1630 in England; died 1706 in King William Co., VA and Margaret (Hurt)born Abt. 1635.William Hurt, father of Isabella Elizabeth Hurt.

"MARRIAGE OF SOME VIRGINIA RESIDENTS 1607-1800" by Dorothy Wulfeck

Philip b 26 March 1654 bapt 2 April 1654 St Peter's Mancroft,Norwich, England; d 1721, son Henry JR; m' Isabella Hurt; res Rappahannock Co. and Esseex Co. Some refrences states New Kent Co and King and Queen Co. 28792; 24W(1)256;Framer, pp 64 65: pagee; [ 239;Slaughter p 148;Winston p 195; Hartford C 1317 8 Feb 1958 Signed E. P.

Notes for Philip Pendleton: "Colonial Familes of the Southern States of America, Second Edition", 1968, pp. 506, 510.

"Supplement to A Compilation of Gaines Family Data With Special Emphasis on the Lineage of William and Isabella (Pendleton) Gaines", Calvin E. Sutherd, 1973, p. 306.

Book, "Genealogical and Historical Notes on Culpeper County, VA", Raleigh Travers Green, 1958, Page 79-80

The first of the name of Pendleton who came to the Colony of Virginia to make their home (in 1674) were two young men, Philip Pendleton, a teacher, and Nathaniel, his brother, a clergyman. The latter died very soon, unmarried; he evidently held no clerical charge in the Colony, as his name has never been given among the lists of the clergy of that time. Philip returned to England about 1680; tradition says he married a lady of high social position, but she died, and he returned to the Colony, and in 1682 married Isabella Hurt (or Hert or Hart,) and from this marriage are descended all the Pendletons of Virginia. Philip was born in Norwich, England, in 1650, son of Henry Pendleton, 3rd son of Henry Pendleton, son and heir of George Pendleton, Gentleman, who married Elizabeth Pettingall dau. of John Pettingall, Gentleman of Norwich, Eng. George Pendleton moved from Manchester to Norwich in 1613. His son and heir, Henry, probably married Susan(???) because in Vol. 48 of the New England Hist. and Gen. Register, is found a copy of the will of Sir John Pettus, Knight, of Norwich, Jan. 1613, which says: "Appoint my cousin, Henry Pendleton, Supravisor of my estate." Also Thomas Pettus, of Caistree, St. Edmond's Norfolk, Oct. 1618. "To my Cousins, Henry Pendleton and Susan, his wife, annuity out of my houses &c. in Norwich." This family of Pettus is the same as the one in Va.

The Pendletons were originally from Manchester, where the name was well known, some of them being in public life as early as the reign of Henry VIII. The Coat of Arms used by the Pendletons of Norwich and by the emigrant, Philip, indicate by the presence of Escallop shells and by the Cardinal's chapeau, in the Crest, a connection with Crusader traditions. The New England Pendletons, descendants of Brian Pendleton, came from Lancaster, and show a different Coat of Arms.

Philip Pendleton is said to have settled in New Kent Co., but there is no record of the family on the Register of St. Peter's Parish; he probably lived always in the portion called afterwards Caroline county, the records of which were burnt during the war of '61-65. Most of his descendants settled in counties to the north of New Kent. He died in 1721, the same year his oldest son Henry died, and the same year his grandson, the eminent Judge Edmund Pendleton, was born. He had three sons and four daughters, two of his family married into the family of James Taylor, of Carlisle, Eng., and by other intermarriages, a close connection with the Taylor family has been preserved. Some of his descendants were among the founders of St Mark's Parish

More About Philip Pendleton: Emigration: 1674, England to Virginia

Notes for Isabella Hurt: "Colonial Familes of the Southern States of America, Second Edition", 1968, pp. 506, 510.

"Supplement to A Compilation of Gaines Family Data With Special Emphasis on the Lineage of William and Isabella (Pendleton) Gaines", Calvin E. Sutherd, 1973, p. 306.

Children of Philip Pendleton and Isabella Hurt are:

1. Isabella Pendleton, died Aft. 1748 in Virginia; married Richard Thomas Unknown; died 1748 in Virginia.

Notes for Richard Thomas: Book, "Genealogical and Historical Notes on Culpeper County, VA", Raleigh Travers Green, 1958, Page 224

Richard and Isabella Thomas both took out land in King and Queen and Spotsylvania counties in 1728. Richard Thomas died in 1748, and his widow, Isabella, went to live in Drysdale Parish, Caroline county. Their children are uncertain as to number and name. There is a Rowland Thomas and a Joseph Thomas mentioned with her in deeds of land, but the relationship is not defined.

"MARRIAGE OF SOME VIRGINIA RESIDENTS 1607-1800" by Dorothy Wulfeck

Isabella m Richard Thomas

Virginia, Prominent Families, Vol. 1-4

They both took out land in King and Queen and Spottsylvania Counties in 1728. Richard Thomas died in 1748, and his widow, Isabella, went to live in Drysdale Parish, Caroline County, Va. Their children are uncertain as to number and name. There is a Rowland Thomas and a Joseph Thomas mentioned with her in deeds of land, but the relationship is not defined. It is certain though, that her daughter, Mary, married Col. Thomas Barbour((3)) (James((2)), James((1))). Catherine Thomas married Ambrose Barbour (Barbour Family, pp. 136-7, St. Mark's Parish, by Dr. Slaughter.) Her son, Richard Thomas, married (1753) Mildred Taylor, Orange County, Va. Their children were Richard, George, James, Thomas (married 1781, Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Pendleton), Sarah Mildred (married John Piper)

2. Rachel Pendleton, died Deceased; married John Vass Unknown Bef. March 25, 1713 in Essex Co., VA. ; died Deceased.

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Rachel m John Vass

3. Henry Pendleton, born May 15, 1683 in King & Queen Co., VA; died 1721 in King & Queen Co., VA; married Mary Bishop Taylor 1701 in King & Queen Co., VA.She married second, Edward Walkins, and died 1772, aged 83 years.

4. Elizabeth Pendleton, born 1685; died in 1761; In 1701 married Samuel Clayton (1689-1735), of Caroline Co., Va. Samuel was son of Samuel adn Susannah Clayton, later Southfarnham Parish, Essec Co. The Will of Samuel Clayton was probated in Essex. Co. on Aug 19,1735 Will book 5 page 349 and the Will of Elizabeth Clayton his widow was probated in 1761 Issue: Philip, of "Catalpa and Daughter Clayton. Married her first cousin, Nathaniel Pendleton.

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Elizabeth m' Samuel Clayton

5. John Pendleton, born 1691; died 1775; married Mary Tinsley Unknown; born in Madison Co., VA; died Deceased. had one know child Elizabeth.

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John b 1691 d 1775 son of Philp and Isabella Hurt Pendleton; m ? Tinsley of Madison Co.; rem ot Amberat Co. Mar ca 1719 Mary Tinsely dau of Samuel.

6. Philip Pendleton, born 1695; died Deceased; married Elizabeth Pollard Unknown; died Deceased.

Children:

1 SARAH Pendleton m'd Josepeh Thomas

2.MARY PENDLETON m'd Edmund Waller

3. HENRY PENDLETON could have married Martha Custis

4. BENJAMIN PENDLETON Married Mary Macon

5. PHILIP PENDLETON who settled in Buckingham Co. VA

6. EDMUND PENDLETON b 1730 d 1779

7. JOHN PENDLETON b 1736

8.PRISCILLA PENDLETON she married a William Harwood. Wonder if there might be mix-up with Henry Harwood as Henry and Mary Pendleton on lineage lines. I wonder if he should go with family.

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Philip JR b 1695 d 1753 son of Philip and "Elizabeth" Hurt( She should be Isabella not Elizabeth) m Elizabeth Pollard sis of Joseph d 1791.

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7. Catherine Pendleton, born December 08, 1699 in King & Queen Co., VA; died July 26, 1774 in Granville Co., NC; married Colonel John Taylor February 14, 1715/16 in King & Queen Co., VA12; born November 11, 1696 in Caroline Co., VA12; died March 22, 1780 in Granville Co., NC. John Taylor, brother of Mary Taylor

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Catherine m John Taylor

Notes for Catherine Pendleton: "Colonial Familes of the Southern States of America, Second Edition", 1968, p. 510.

"Supplement to A Compilation of Gaines Family Data With Special Emphasis on the Lineage of William and Isabella (Pendleton) Gaines", Calvin E. Sutherd, 1973, p. 306.

"Encyclopedia of Virginia Biographies", vol. IV, 1915, p. 476.

"Encyclopedia of Virginia Biographies", vol. V, 1915, p, 795.

"Virginia Bible Records", Jeannette Holland Austin, 1987, pp. 21, 175.

Notes for Colonel John Taylor: "Colonial Familes of the Southern States of America, Second Edition", 1968, pp. 506, 510.

"Supplement to A Compilation of Gaines Family Data With Special Emphasis on the Lineage of William and Isabella (Pendleton) Gaines", Calvin E. Sutherd, 1973, p. 306. John Taylor took the Oath of Allegiance in Island Creek District, Granville Co., NC in 1778 (North Carolina Colonial Records, vol. 22, p. 169).

"Encyclopedia of Virginia Biographies", vol. IV, 1915, p. 476.

"Encyclopedia of Virginia Biographies", vol. V, 1915, pp 794-795. His second wife was Miss Thomas.

"Virginia Bible Records", Jeannette Holland Austin, 1987, pp. 21, 175, 287.

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III *Henry Pendleton, (Philip)born 1683 in Rappahannock Co., VA or in King & Queen Co., VA; died May 1721 in King and Queen Co., VA. He was the son of Phillip Pendleton and Isabella Hurt. He married Mary Bishop Taylor August 06, 1701 in King and Queen Co., VA. Mary Bishop Taylor, born June 29, 1688 in Caroline Co., VA; died June 10, 1770 in Culpepper co., VA at the age of 82. She was the daughter of James Taylor and Mary Bishop Gregory. Henry adn Mary (Taylor) Pendleton of St.Stephen's Parish, King and Queen Co. had seven children. After the death of Henry Pendleton, Mary remarried Edward Watkins in 1723. Their son Edward Watkins. JR died in Culpeper Co. in 1787 and his will mentioned his wife Sarah; sister Elizabeth Campbell and his brother (half) Nataniel Pendleton.

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Henry b 1683 Old Rappahannock Co. d May 1721, King and Queen Co son of Philip and Isabella Hurt Pendleton; m 1701 Mary Taylor b 1688; d 1770 dau James of Carlysle, England and Mary Gregory of King and Queen Co.Will of James Taylor, 1702 Essex Co., proves the marriage. She m 2nd Edmond Walkins.

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Henry Pendleton married when he was 18 and Mary Taylor was 13 years old. The children listed below were the only ones mentioned in the genealogy report and no date was given for Isabella. However there could have been more children before these.

Henry Pendleton: "Colonial Familes of the Southern States of America, Second Edition", 1968, p. 506.

"Supplement to A Compilation of Gaines Family Data With Special Emphasis on the Lineage of William and Isabella (Pendleton) Gaines", Calvin E. Sutherd, 1973, p. 306.

"The Gaines Family of Colonial Virginia and Their Descendants", p. 406, Calvin Sutherd, 1982.

Book, "Genealogical and Historical Notes on Culpeper County, VA", Raleigh Travers Green, 1958, Page 80

Henry Pendleton, eldest son of Philip Pendleton, the emigrant, and Isabella Hart or Hurt, was born in 1683. He m. in 1701, Mary Taylor, dau. of James Taylor,of Carlisle, Eng.. and his 2nd. wife Mary Gregory. Henry was 18 and Mary 13 years of age. He died in 1721, the same year his youngest son, Edmund, was born. His wife m. 2nd. Edward Watkins and died 1770. Of his five sons, the oldest, James, and the third, Nathaniel, were for many years Clerks of the Vestry and Lay readers at the small chapels of St. Mark's Parish; and Philip, the son of James, was Clerk in 1782, when the Vestry books closed. His two daughters married brothers, James and William Henry Gaines. His youngest son, Edmund, though without a father's care, made for himself a name which will be known and remembered as long as Virginia's sons read her history. By his large circle of nephews and neices, many of them his own age, he was loved and revered, and the tradition of his kindness and ever ready help is handed down through nearly every branch of the family. Almost all the Pendletons of Virginia trace their descent to Henry Pendleton and Mary Taylor;

Mary Bishop Taylor: "Colonial Familes of the Southern States of America, Second Edition", 1968, p. 506.

"Supplement to A Compilation of Gaines Family Data With Special Emphasis on the Lineage of William and Isabella (Pendleton) Gaines", Calvin E. Sutherd, 1973, p. 306.

"The Gaines Family of Colonial Virginia and Their Descendants", p. 406, Calvin Sutherd, 1982.

"A Compilation of Gaines Family Data With Special Emphasis on the Lineage of William and Isabella (Pendleton) Gaines", Calvin E. Sutherd, 1969, p. 32 states that "It is said that Mary Bishop Taylor had traced her ancestors through her mother, Mary Gregory, to Charlemagne of France."

Children of Henry Pendleton and Mary Taylor are:

1 *James Pendleton, born 1702 in King and Queen Co., VA; died Bef. April 08, 1763 in Culpepper co., VA; married (1) Mary Clayton Lyall January 08, 1726/27 in Lancaster Co, VA; married (2) Elizabeth Anderson Bef. 1733. James Pendleton was continued as Lay Reader of the Little Fork Church, In 1758 James, Sheriff, gave bond and security as collector of the Parish Levy

2 Phillip Pendleton, born 1704; died 1778; married Martha Ruffin. Their daughter was Jemina who married her first cousin Richard Gaines, son of Isabella Pendleton and William (Henry ?) Gaines. Their daughter was Anne, whose second husband was Christopher Crigler, grandson of Jacob Crigler, of the Germanna Colonies, and name sake for Criglersville, VA (Madison County).

3 Isabella Pendleton, born 1712 in King and Queen Co., VA; died 1790 in Culpepper Co., VA; married William Henry Gaines 1730 in Culpepper Co., VA. This family is in the "NOTABLE SOUTHERN FAMILIES" by Zella Armstrong. I have few of the pages copied.

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Isabela m William Gaines

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4 Nathaniel Pendleton, born 1715 in King and Queen Co., VA; died 1793 in Berkeley Co., VA; married Elizabeth (Clayton) Anderson 1740.

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Nathaniel b 1715 King and Queen d 1794 Culpeper Co son of Henry and Mary Taylor Pendleton; served in Rev War; m 1740 his cousin Elizabeth Clayton Anderson, widow of Joseph Anderson and dau of Samuel and Elizabeth Pendleton. Marriage proven by Court record 14 Oct 1745 Essex Co.

5 Mary Pendleton, born 1717 in King and Queen Co., VA; died 1803 in Madison Co., VA; married James Gaines 1731 in VA. son of RICHARD GAINES and CATHERINE RAWLINS. He was born 1710 in King & Queen Co., VA, and died March 10, 1786 in Madison Co., VA

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(III. Mary Pendleton, b. about 1703. Married William Gaines (mixup)

IV. Isabella Pendleton, b. before 1715. Married James Gaines.(mixup)

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Mary m' Richard Gaines.)

6 John Pendleton, born 1719 in King and Queen Co., VA; died 1799 in Hanover Co., VA; married (1/2) Sarah Madison; married (2/1) Phoebe James 1740.

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John b 1719 d 1799; m (1)/ James and 2 Sarah Madison res King and Queen Co and Hanover Co.

7 Edmund Pendleton, born September 09, 1721 in Caroline Co, VA; died October 23, 1803; married (1) Elizabeth Roy January 1740/41; married (2) Sarah Pollard Aft. 1742.

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Edmund, Judge b 9 Sept 1721 Caroline Co.; d 23 Oct 1803. Richmond Co, son of Henry and Mary Taylor Pendleton; m 1 Jan 1741 Elizabeth Roy d NOv 1741 and m 2nd 2 June 1743,Sarah Pollard b 4 May 1726 dau of Joseph. Judge Edmund Pendleton, of Edmundsburg, Caroline Co., Va. Died Oct. 23, 1803, aged 82 years says he was married, and his wife died. There may be no foundation for this. In 1682 he returned to the colony and married Isabella Hart, or Hurt. He is said to have lived in New Kent County, but the parish records of that county, which are very early and very full, do not contain the names of any Pendletons. It is more probable that he lived in King and Queen County, Va. He signed a deed in Essex County in 1677, and his son, Henry, signed one there in 1719, and is designated as being from King and Queen County, Va. Philip died in 1721, the same year his son Henry died, and the same year his illustrious grandson, Edmund Pendleton, was born. He was probably a man of quiet tastes and not progressive enough to build up a large estate, as many of his contemporaries did.

V John Pendleton, second son of the elder Philip (he who came from England), b. about 1691, and emigrated in company with his younger brother, Philip, to the County of Amherst, and settled on the eastern slope of the Tobacco Row Mountain. Some years thereafter, married Miss Tinsley, of Madison County, Va., by whom he had thirteen children, eight boys and five girls. He continued to reside in Amherst until his death, which occurred about the time of the Revolution (1775). He was buried in the old Pendleton burying ground, near the "Tobacco Row," on the farm now owned by - Ambler. Issue: More this man at the bottom of this page.

I. Benjamin Pendleton.

II. Isaac Pendleton.

III. John Pendleton.

IV. Edmund Pendleton.

V. Richard Pendleton. Married Miss Tinsley, his first cousin; left numerous descendants.

VI. Reuben Pendleton. Married Ann Garland, sister of David S. Garland, of Amherst County, Va.

VII. James Pendleton. Married Miss Rucker.

VIII. William Pendleton.

IX. Polly Pendleton. Married - Whitton.

X. Sally Pendleton. Married - Mahone.

XI. Frances Pendleton. Married - Cambden.

XII. Betty Pendleton

XIII. Margaret Pendleton. Married - Miles.

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1885 Nov 3 Pendleton, Agnes Roy md Edward Christian

1834 Apr 7 Pendleton, Joseph H md Sarah M Hundley

1742 Pendleton, Mary : widow of Henry md Edward Walkins

1742 Pendleton, Nathanel: md Elizabeth Admfx. Of Joseph Anderson

1810, Oct 16 Pendleton, P. Baylor md Polly Ward

1858 Jul 15 Pendleton Robert L md Christian G Micou

GENERATION NO 7

James Pendleton,(Henry, Philip), born 1702 in King and Queen Co., VA; died 1761 or died Bef. April 08, 1763 in Culpepper co., VA.(Estate appraised and recorded on May 20,1763)In 1758 he was High Sheriff of Culpeper Co. He was the son of Henry Pendleton and Mary Bishop Taylor.when he died in 1763 he had four children: Henry, James, Philip and Anne.

He is said to have been the James Pendleton who married in Lancaster Co Jan 8,1827/8 to Mrs Mary Lyall as widow.(In the marriage bond he is described as James Pendleton Gent of Drydales Parish, King and Queen Co. If he is this man then he was married twiced.

He married Elizabeth Anderson (COLEMAN)Bef. 1733. Elizabeth COLEMAN, died September 21, 1769 in Culpepper County, Virginia. Elizabeth daughter of THOMAS COLEMAN and MARY COLEMAN. He lived in Culpeper County, Va., and was a very active member of St. Mark's Parish, being often warden and lay reader. Married (1727) Mrs. Mary Lyall, a widow, of Lancaster County, Va.

In his will mentioned his wife as Elizabeth and name their four children. She died 1769 and in her will described herself as the widow of James Pendleton dec'd and name the same four Children. She was probably the mother of all the children adn the first married had none.

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James b 1702 d ca 1807 son of Henry and Mary Taylor Pendleton. farmer

Children of James Pendleton and Elizabeth Anderson are:

1 Henry Pendleton, born 1733; died 1798; married Anne Thomas.

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Henry son James and Mary Taylor serverd in Rev war m Ann Thomas

2 James Pendleton, born 1735; died 1793; married Catherine Bowie 1763.

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James Jr b 1735 Culpeper Co son of James and Mary Taylor Pendeton served in Rev War m 1763 Catherine Bowie b 1747 d 1795 dau of John and Juditn(Catlett)of MD. The DAR for this is old one 84/841. They got the father and son mix-up and will have to reproven.?

3 Ann Pendleton, born in Caroline Co., VA; married James Taylor 1756. one of the ten brothers who served in the Revolutionary War.

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Ann m Capt. James Taylor

4 *Phillip Pendleton, born 1741 in Caroline Co., VA; died 1811. Married Martha Aubrey/Awbrey 1766. Martha father was Chandler Aubrey.

Phillip Pendleton,(Henry, Philip), born 1704; died 1778; married Martha Ruffin. Their daughter was Jemina who married her first cousin Richard Gaines, son of Isabella Pendleton and William (Henry ?) Gaines. Their daughter was Anne, whose second husband was Christopher Crigler, grandson of Jacob Crigler, of the Germanna Colonies, and name sake for Criglersville, VA (Madison County). When he died had five daughters and all of whom had married and had children

The record of his residence, with the names of some of his children, is lost. He probably lived in Caroline County, Va., because he is mentioned in the only record of that county not burned during the Civil War, as witness in a suit in 1768, and as having travelled 30 miles to attend Court. His wife is supposed to have been named Martha -, because of a deed of sale to his step father, Edward Watkyns, in Culpeper County, Va., signed by Philip Pendleton and his wife, Martha. He is said to have had fifteen children, five of whom were daughters, all married, according to the records of Judge Pendleton's bible. Of these five daughters:

Mary Pendleton. Married Col. Edward Waller, second clerk of Spottsylvania.

Jemima Pendleton. Married Richard Gaines, her first cousin.

Martha Pendleton. Married Massey Thomas, of Culpeper County, Va.

Mildred Pendleton.

Judith Pendleton.

Henry Pendleton. This is proved by the deed in Orange County, Va., of land left to him, to go after his decease to his sister, Mary Waller, recorded in 1742. A great-granddaughter of Philip mentions sons of his were

John Pendleton.

Philip Pendleton.

Edmund Pendleton.

Some of them probably moved West, as did his daughter, Martha. His youngest son, Micajah, lived and died in Amherst County, Va. Philip Pendleton d. 1788. We have records of only four children

ISABELLA PENDLETON,(Henry, Philip), was born 1712 in Norwich, Norfolk, England, and died Bet. 1790 - 1796 in Culpeper County, Virginia. She married WILLIAM HENRY GAINES 1730 in Culpeper County, Virginia. William died about 1790

Children of ISABELLA PENDLETON and WILLIAM GAINES are:

1. JAMES GAINES, b. 1743, Culpeper County, Virginia; d. Bet. 1829 - 1834, Sullivan, Tennessee.

2. BENJAMIN GAINES, b. 1732, Culpeper County, Virginia; d. August 18, 1818, Culpeper County, Virginia.

3.THOMAS GAINES, b. Abt. 1740, Culpeper County, Vitginia; d. January 30, 1811, Stokes, North Carolina.

4 RICHARD GAINES b m 2nd to Jemina Pendleton. Jemina's parents were Philip Pendleton and Martha Ruffin Their daughter was Anne, whose second husband was Christopher Crigler, grandson of Jacob Crigler, of the Germanna Colonies, and name sake for Criglersville, VA (Madison County).

Nathaniel Pendleton,(Henry, Philip)born 1715 in King and Queen Co., VA; died 1793 in Berkeley Co., VA; married his second cousin, Elizabeth Clayton 1740 daughter of his first cousin, Philip Clayton, son of his aunt, Elizabeth Pendleton, and Samuel Clayton. Nathaniel lived in Culpeper County, and was very active in the Parish of St. Mark's. Note: His will was probated on Sept 19,1793in Berkeley Co. A copy of it was filed in Deed Book YY,Page 94 Culpeper Co as part of an indenture made, Sept 13, 1831 between William Pendleton, surviving executor of William Pendleton deceased and as such executor of the last will and testament of Nathaniel Pendleton, deceased of the County of Berkeley and State of Virginia, of the one part, and Francis Ferguson of the County of Culpeper --------- of the other part It would seem from the foregoing that Nathaniel Pendleton died in Berkeley Co., probably while on a visit to his son William, who was then living in that county

I. NATHANIEL PENDLETON JR., b. 1756, New Kent County, Virginia; d. October 20, 1821, Hyde Park, New York. m'd Susan Bard

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Nathaniel b 1756 Culpeper Co/; d 20 Oct 1821 Hyde Park, NY son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth Clayton Anderson Pendleton. served in Rev War from Ca m 4 Oct 1785 Savannah Ga to Susan bard dau of Dr John and Susanna Vaklleau Bard.

II. William Pendleton b. 1748. m'd 1st Apr 17,1700 Elizabeth Fargeson b Oct 10,1756 d Aug 15 1799 daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Ann Fargeson.and 1806 2nd Elizabeth Daniel b Feb 2,1749 d Aug 6,1808 daughter of Robert and Susannah Fargeson Daniel. She was first cousin to first wife.

III. Henry Pendleton b. 1750; d. in South Carolina, Jan., 1789. He is said to have married Anne Knight.

IV. Philip Pendleton b. 1752. Married Miss Pendleton. Moved to Martinsburg, Va. one book that I found has him marry Miss Pendleton and the other has his wife as Agnes Patterson

V. Mary Pendleton Married John Williams.

VI. Elizabeth Pendleton. Married Benjamin Tutt.

VII. Susanna Pendleton. Married Feb 11,1781 James Wilson.

MARY PENDLETON ,(Henry, Philip), was born Abt. 1703. She married JAMES GAINES. Edmund states that Mary, the youngest, married James Gaines and is still living; has decendents to the fourth geneation. Her husband died a few years past.

Children of MARY PENDLETON and JAMES GAINES are:

1. JAMES GAINES JR., b. Abt. 1739, Orange County, Virginia.

2. RICHARD EDWARD GAINES, b. Abt. 1743.

3. CATHERINE GAINES, b. Abt. 1735.

JOHN PENDLETON COL ,(Henry, Philip), was born 1719 in King and Queen County, Virginia, and died April 1799 in Hanover County, Virginia. He married 1st in 1740 PHOEBE JAMES and 2nd in 1761 SARAH MADISON, daughter of Thomas Madison and the cousin of James Madison the President of USA

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He was in his 58th year at the beginning of the Revolutionary war. He held various offices of honour and trust in the Colony of Virginia, and in the Senate. He was appointed by a convention of delegates of the counties and corporations in the Colony of Virginia, at Richmond Town, on Monday, July 17, 1775, to sign a large issue of Treasury Notes. These notes were issued upon the credit of the colony, taxes and duties having been suspended to suit the distressed circumstances of the Colonists. The issue was about 350,000, and the ordinance read: "Of the notes to be so issued, 50,000 shall be of the denomination of one shilling, and shall be signed by John Pendleton, Jr., Gentleman, which notes last named shall be on the best paper." John Pendleton was appointed, by the Governor of Virginia, judge of her courts, at a time when they were composed of the leading men of the Colony. (Taken from Hening's Statutes at large, 9th Vol.) Married, first, Miss James; second, Sarah Madison, cousin of President James Madison. Issue by first marriage:

1st marriage

1 Mary

2 EDMUND PENDLETON JR., b. February 04, 1743/44, King and Queen County, Virginia; d. July 04, 1827, Caroline County, Virginia. m'd Aug 161764 Mildred Pollard, NOTE: Edmund the son of John Pendleton was called JR to distinguish him from his uncle "Judge Edmund Pendleton"

3. John Pendleton Married Miss Taylor, of Orange Co., Va.

4. Elizabeth Pendleton b 1750 d 1831 m;d 1767 Rev William P Martin

2nd marriage

5. Henry Pendleton, b. 1762; d. 1822. Married, first, Alcey Ann Winston; second, Mrs. Mary B. (Overton) Burnley.

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Henry b 4 Dec 1762;d 1 Nov 1822 of "Cuckoo," Louisa Co., son of Col John and Sarah Madison; m 1769 20 Nov 1785, Louisa Co. Alice or Alcey Ann Dickerton and 2nd m Mary Overton Burnley, widow of Col Hardin Burnley of Hanover Co(d 11 Nov 1811) Sur on Mar Cond Elijah Dickinson, Louisa Co.

6. Sarah Pendleton, Sarah or her 1/2 sister married Thurston James. For John Pendleton mention him as his son-in-law

7. James Pendleton (There was a James Pendleton among the Hanover Petitioners)

8. Lucy Pendleton m'd Robert Sydnor

9. Thomas Pendleton.

10. HENRY HARWOOD PENDLETON.

Edmund Pendleton,(Henry, Philip), born September 09, 1721 in Caroline Co, VA; died October 23, 1803; married 1st Elizabeth Roy January 1740/41; she died the following Nov when she delivered a dead child. ; married 2nd Sarah Pollard June of 1743. There were no children. Sarah Pollard father was Joseph Pollard b 1701 d Dec 26, 1791 at the age of 90. Edmund told his family history in the Family Chronlogy on 1792. (Copied from John S. Pendleton's MS. of "Redwood," Culpeper County, Va., May 1st, 1868.)

The seven children of the first settlers started on a career of multiplication befitting a new country; so that, as late as 1803, if Judge Edmund Pendleton had been in the prime of life, and the most active man in Virginia, it would have been a very serious, if not an impossible, undertaking to have identified and recorded the names of half of them; whilst he was, in fact, a man of upwards of eighty years of age when he died. He had, for sixty years, without the intermission of a single year, been laboriously engaged in professional and official duties, usually of great importance. He was for the last twenty years of his life most painfully disabled for any physical activity, by reason of an accident which made him a cripple, and consigned him to crutches for life.

He was a posthumous child and when only a few years old his mother married again to Edward Watkins and he was deprived of the loving care of parents; nevertheless, he grew to be the greatest member of his family and one of the noblest patriots which Virginia has produced. In his youth he studied law with his cousin John Penn., the Signer of the of the Declaration of Independence.

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Notes for EDMUND PENDLETON:

EDMUND PENDLETON.

Was the fifth son of Henry Pendleton and Mary Taylor. His father died before his birth. The following sketch of him is taken from Appleton's Encyclopedia of American Biography:

"Edmund Pendleton, statesman, was born in Caroline county, Va. 9th Sept., 1721. His grandfather, Philip, descended from Pendleton, of Manchester, Lancaster county, England, came from Norwich, Eng., to this country in 1674. Edmund began his career in the Clerk's office of Caroline county. He was licensed to practice law in 1744; became County Justice in 1751, and the following year was elected to the House of Burgesses. In 1764 was one of the Committee to memorialize the King. During the session of 1766, he gave the opinion `that the stamp act was void, for want of Constitutional authority in Parliament to pass it,' and voted in the affirmative on the resolution that the `act did not bind the inhabitants of Virginia.' He was one of the Committee of correspondence in 1763; County Lieutenant of Caroline in 1774. A member of the colonial convention, of the latter year, that was consequent on the Boston Port Bill, and was chosen by that body to the first Continental Congress. Accordingly, in company with George Washington, Peyton Randolph, Patrick Henry, Benjamin Harrison, and Richard Henry Lee, he attended in Philadelphia in 1774. As President of Virginia Convention, he was at the head of the government of the Colony from 1775 until the creation of the Virginia constitution in 1776, and was appointed President of the Committee of Safety in that year. In May, 1776, he presided again over the convention, and drew up the celebrated resolutions, by which the delegates from Virginia were instructed to propose a declaration of independence in Congress, using the words that were afterwards incorporated almost verbatim with the Declaration. As the leader of the Cavalier or Planter class, he was the opponent of Patrick Henry, and as leader of the Committee of Public Safety, he was active in the control of the military and naval operations, and of the foreign correspondence of Virginia. On the organization of the State Government, he was chosen Speaker of the House, and appointed, with Chancellor George Wythe and Thomas Jefferson, to revise the Colonial laws. In 1777, he was crippled for life by a fall from his horse; but the same year he was re-elected Speaker of the House of Burgesses, and President of the Court of Chancery. In 1779, he became President of the Court of Appeals, holding the office until his death. He presided over the State Convention, which ratified the Constitution of the United States in 1788. His masterly advocacy of the document gained him the encomium from Jefferson that `taken all in all, he was the ablest man in debate that I ever met with.' He received very large grants of land from the State, and having no children, was ever generous to his nieces and nephews, whose descendants still hold his memory in tender veneration. He married twice--1st. Elizabeth Roy, 2nd. Sarah Pollard. He died in 1803."

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GENERATION NO 8

Henry Pendleton, (JAMES,Henry, Philip), born 1733; died 1798; married Anne Thomas. He lived to the time of his death on his plantation at the fork of the Hazel and Thornton rivers. He was member of the Culpeper Committee of Safety and of Patriot Convention 1775-76; d. about 1798, leaving three sons and several daughters. He was a Gentleman Justice of Culpeper Co. 1763-4.

Issue:

I. Frances Pendleton. md 1st 29 May 1799 John Browning d 1800 and 2nd 1802 William Ward

II. Joanna Pendleton d 1838 md 30 Sept 1796 Married Jesse Smith.

III. Catherine Pendleton. Married Armistead Green. had children:

III. Bowie Pendleton; d. a bachelor, quite young.

IV. Edward Pendleton b 12 Apr 1770 d 13 Feb 1803. Married 28 Oct 1794 Sarah Strother.

V. Henry Pendleton b 1764 d 1848. Married 5 Mar 1796 his cousin Elizabeth Pendleton.

I. Kitty Pendleton.

II. Marianne Pendleton.

III. Thomas Pendleton.

VI. Elizabeth m'd 1781 James Thomas

VII. Edmund Pendleton b 1 Nov 1776 d 10 Sept 1820. Married 10 Feb 1800 Elizabeth Ward.

2. JAMES PENDLETON (JAMES,Henry, Philip)was born 1735 in Virginia, and died 1793 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He married CATHERINE BOWIE 1763 the daughter of John adn Judith (Catlett) Bowie. Col. James Pendleton, was for many years a representative of Culpeper County, Va.; in the House of Burgesses and in the State Legislature, under the Commonwealth, Justice of Culpeper, Colonel of the Army of the Revolution, and High Sheriff of the county. When quite young he married Catherine Bowie, of Maryland. Died 1798, leaving nine grown children.

Child of JAMES PENDLETON and CATHERINE BOWIE is:

I. John Pendleton b 1766 d 1807. Married Miss Elizabeth Taylor, of Orange Co., Va. his cousin the daughter of James and Ann Pendleton Taylor.

II. Thomas Pendleton m'd Jane Farmer

IV. William Pendleton. Married Nancy Strother.

V. Catlett Pendleton b 1783 and died unmarried March 11,1824. He was an Ensigan in The Virginia Troops during the War of 1812.

VI. Margaret Pendleton. Married, first, Robert Slaughter (1762-18030; second, Aug 31,1809 to John Lightfoot and third Rev Joshua Morris. Issue:

VII. Nancy Pendleton. Married, first, William Brown; second, Col. Valentine Johnson, of Orange Co.; d. without leaving any descendants.

VIII. Catherine Bowie Pendleton b d 1818 m'd Nov 10,1789 to Archibald Tutt d 1827 .

IX. Elizabeth Coleman Pendleton. Married Henry Pendleton, her cousin.

PHILIP PENDLETON (JAMES,Henry, Philip)born 1741 in Caroline Co., VA; died 1811 Where? He was the son of James Pendleton and Elizabeth Anderson. He married Martha Aubrey 1766 in Westmoreland Co. Va. . Martha Aubrey, born 1742 in Falmouth, Stafford Co., VA. She was the daughter of Chandler Aubrey. He, having resigned as Lay Reader in 1780 moved from St Mark's Parish Culpeper Co., where he had been Clerk of the Vestry in 1771, to Pittsylvania Co. where his name appears on the Tax for 1785 when ten white people were listed with him. According to family traditions he was captain in the Revolutionary War

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Philip b ca 1745 d 1811 son James and Mary Taylor Pendleton m 1756 Martha Awbrey dau of Chandler of Westmoreland Co rem 1780 from Culpeper Co to Pittsylvania Co.

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? Awbrey

Martha m Philp Pendleton

Tax list

Pendleton Henry King & Queen County, 1704

I own the original copies of the Court case of what I am posting below

The first documents:

Sept Court 1785

The complaint of Martha this wife of Philip Pendleton and the Recognizance of this said Philip for his appearance here for reasons appearing to the court is ordered to Dismissed

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Sept Court 1785

Pendleton vs. Pendleton

Robert Williams Gent. Deputy Attorney for the Commonwealth comes into Court in given the Court now where to understand and be inform for and on behalf of Sarah Pendleton daughter of Philip Pendleton that the said Philip hath lately at three different time committed a Rape on the body of his said Sarah Where inform this ordered that the Sheriff with the Posey of the county do take the said Philip Pendleton into his Custody and him safety keep until he shall be thense discharge by due course of Law

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Sept Court 1785

Pendleton

The said Philip Pendleton was lend he the Bar in Custody of Abraham Shelton Sherif of this County to where custody for the cause aforesaid he was committed and Robert Williams Gent. States Attorney protested against proceeding on his Examination alloying That no witness have appeared on behalf of the commonwealth. Where upon it was demanded of this said Philip Pendleton whether guilty or not guilty of the fat wherewith he stands charged. Answer not guilty and no witness appearing on be half of the Common Wealth ordered that he be acquitted and discharged out of custody Sign Wm Witcher Gent

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Nov Court 1785

Corbin vs. Pendleton for the peace

Rawley Corbin comes into Court and craved the peace of Philip Pendleton and took the oath by law presided Whereupon it is order that the said Philip Pendleton be in custody of the Sherif until he fined sufficient security for his good behavior that some the said Philip Pendleton together with I monies Maid and Beverly Willard his Securilerie? And acknowledged themselves severally inedible the common wealth of Virginia That is to say the said Philip Pendleton in the sum of Thirty pounds and his said securities in the sum of fifteen pounds each to be levied if their several and respective goods and Chattles, Lands and Tenements to the use of behavior and keep the peace towards all the citizens of these Common Wealth and especially the said Rawley Corbin for one whole year and a day.

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Dec. 1785

Commonwealth vs. Pendleton

Ordered that the Sheif with the posie of this County do take Philip Pendleton into his custody and him safely keep until he shall find sufficient Securities for his good behavior (that is to say) the said Philip Pendleton on the sum of five hundred pounds and his securities in two hundred and fifty pounds each

Next Dec 1785

Pendleton vs. Pendleton

Martha Pendleton Complainant

Against } In Chanery for Alimony

Philip Pendleton Defendant

Ordered that the defendant pay unto the Complainant five pounds immediately and the like sum at the end of three months successively for her supposed unto this matter shall be fully heard and determined in Equity and if is further Order that a summon be issued to compell the defendant to answer allowing to the payer of the bill

This all of the court record I could find. By the last case sound like Martha divorce him. If so what happen to him? Where did he go? Did he get married in Bedford County, VA. I found a marriage of Philip Pendleton getting married to Miss Peas Did Martha move with children to Washington Co. VA.? Where Rebecca md William Monkes. I have their marriage records from there but at this time there was no mention of parents.

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Children of Phillip Pendleton and Martha Aubrey are:

1 Elizabeth Pendleton, born 1765 in Culpepper co., Va; died 1804 in Pittsylvania Co., Va; married David James Motley August 13, 1785 in Pittsylvania Co., Va.

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Elizabeth m David Motley

2 James Pendleton, born 1767; died 1841 in Kentucky; married Sarah Bell. She was the daughter of James Bell of Staunton,Va.

3 Martha Pendleton, married ? Watson.

4 Robert Pendleton.

5 Philip Pendleton.

6 Rebecca Pendleton m'd William Munkers in 1795 in Washington Co., VA.

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7 Coleman Pendleton.b. August 04, 1780, Culpepper County, Virginia; d. May 31, 1862, Tallapossa County, Alabama

8 Gabriel Pendleton. m. MARGARET WILLIAMS, May 16, 1786, Augusta County, Virginia; b. Augusta County, Virginia

9 Sarah

10 Joseph

11 Henry

Mary Pendleton (Philip, Henry, Philip), married Col. Edmund Waller, second clerk of Spottsylvania. daugher of Phillip Pendleton,(Henry, Philip)and Martha Ruffin.Issue:

Jemina Pendleton,(Philip, Henry, Philip), married Richard Gaines. Issue:

Martha Pendleton (Philip, Henry, Philip), married Massey Thomas, son of Massey Thomas of Culpeper County. They moved to Versailles, Woodford Co., Ky., about 1811. All children were born in Virginia. Issue: Philadelphia Pendleton Thomas, b. 1789. Married James Dunnica. and Granville Pendleton Thomas, fought under Gen'l Harrison in 1813 to 1815, Sallie Minor Thomas, married William Hamilton Dunnica and John Price Thomas, married -. Had issue:

Henry Pendleton,,(Philip, Henry,Philip,), lived in Spottsylvania, Va. His children were:

I. Henry Pendleton. Married Miss Custis.

II. Rev. Philip Pendleton. Married Miss Thomas.

III. Robert Pendleton. Married Miss Burrup.

IV. John Pendleton(. Married Miss Alsop.

IV. Micajah Pendleton (Philip, Henry, Philip), married Mary Cabell Horsely, daughter of Wm. Horsely, of Amherst Co., Va. Issue:

I. Martha Pendleton, d. unmarried.

II. Edmund Pendleton.

III. Edna Pendleton.

IV. Joseph Pendleton.

V. Elizabeth Pendleton. Married Thomas Emmet. Issue: Thomas Truxton Emmet, son of Lewis Emmet and Jane Barnet Gibbs, daughter of Churchill Gibbs and Judith Richardson, son of - Gibbs and - Churchill. Lewis Emmet was son of John Emmet and Mary Stephens, daughter of Major Peter Stephens and Miss Rittenhouse, of Philadelphia. They had two daughters and one son . Married Alice Pringle, and has two daughters. He was lieutenant in the C. S. A.; was taken prisoner, and sent to Johnson's Island until the end of the war.

VI. Letitia Breckenridge Pendleton. Married Hudson Martin Garland. Issue:

VII. Robert Pendleton. Married Mary Taliaferro. had children

Nathaniel Pendleton(Nathaniel, Henry, Philip),born 1746; died in New York October 20, 1821.He married SUSAN BARD October 04, 1785 in Savannah, Georgia.

He entered the army of the first rebellion at the same time and in the same company with his brother, Judge Henry, afterwards of South Carolina, and, I am informed, with a third brother at the same time, but which one I do not know (John S. Pendleton). Nathaniel continued in the army until the close of the war, and left it as colonel on the staff of General Greene. He then commenced the practice of law in Savannah, Ga., where he remained until the death of his friend, General Greene. He then left it, and established himself at the bar of the city of New York, where he soon achieved distinction and success, some years before the close of the last century. Of his professional career I know but little, except that he was an intimate friend of Rufus King, and Alexander Hamilton, and that he stood by Hamilton in his affair with Aaron Burr, and acted as his executor after he had fallen. Nathaniel Pendleton met with a young lady in Savannah, Susan Bard, whom he married and carried with him to New York.

Nathaniel Pendleton Jr was the nephew of Edmund Pendleton and cousin of John Penn, a delegate from Georgia; entered the Revolutionary Army at the age of 19 years; he became a member of the Minutemen of Culpeper County, Virginia, and was captured and imprisoned by the British. He was aide-de-camp to General Nathaniel Greene with the rank of Major in the Continental Army. At the close of the war he settled in Georgia and studied law, ultimately becoming a district judge.

Children of NATHANIEL JR. and SUSAN BARD are:

I. Judge Edmund Henry Pendleton, M. C., b.1788, Savannah, Georgia; d. February 25, 1862, New York City, New York; m'd Jan 9,1811 FRANCES MARIA JONES in Savannah, Ga.

Mr. J. S. Pendleton knew him forty years ago (written 1868) as Representative in Congress from that district in New York to which Hyde Park belonged. He died during the late Civil War, over eighty years of age.

A Representative from New York; received a liberal schooling; studied law; was admitted to the bar and practiced for several years in Hyde Park, Duchess County, N.Y.; county judge of Duchess County 1830-1840; was elected as an Anti-Jacksonian to the 22nd Congress (March 4,1831-March 3,1833; died in New York City February 25,1862; interment in St. James' Churchyard, Hyde Park, N.Y.

II. Nathaniel Greene Pendleton, b. August 25, 1793, Savannah, Georgia; d. June 16, 1861, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. m'd 1st 1820 Jane Frances Hunt and 2nd May 12,1841 Anna James. For more Nathaniel Greene family go to PendletonII page

III. John Bard Pendleton b 1795 d Feb 2,1830 no children

IV. James M. Pendleton. b 1799 d 1832 md Jan 27,1825 Margaret Jones daughter of Joshua Jones. Both he and his brother John Bard are Buried in the graveyard at St Marks-in-the-Bouwerie,NY

V. Anne Pierce Pendleton b 1796 d Dec 26,1883 md May 8,1821 Archibald Rogers

Henry Pendleton (Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), b. 1750; d. in South Carolina January, 1789. He is said to have married Anne Knight. He entered, with his brother Nathaniel, the rebel army of the Revolutionary War, into the first regiment organized in the Southern States, known as the Battalion of the "Culpeper Minute Men," the officers of which were: Col. Lawrence Taliaferro, of Orange Co., Va., as colonel; Col. Edward Stevens, of Culpeper, as lieutenant-colonel (afterwards the distinguished General Stevens), and Thomas Marshall, father of Chief-Justice Marshall, of Fauquier Co., Va., as major. At the end of the war Henry Pendleton resumed his profession of law in South Carolina, where he was distinguished as lawyer and judge. The district in which John C. Calhoun resided was called in his honor.

Philip Pendleton (Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), youngest son of Nathaniel, b. 1752, settled in Martinsburg, W. Va.; then moved to Berkeley County, W. Va. d 1802 Married Agnes Patterson daughter Angus and Lydia Chapline Patterson

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Philip b 1752 d 1802 son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth Clayton Anderson Pendleton m Agnes Patterson

Philip was a Colonel in the Berkeley County, Militia during the Revolutionary War and was one of the first attorneys in the county. As a young soldier Philip rode up to the school Agnes was attending; she dressed in a short dress and white pantalets to her shoetops, got on the horse behind him and they rode away.

Children

I. Philip Clayton Pendleton(U. S. District Judge)m'd Sarah Boyd

II. Edmund Pendleton, (Washington, D. C.)b 1790 d Aug 12,1823 m'd Mar 23,1811 Serena Catherine Purnell

III. Anne Pendleton b 1778 d Sept 13,1854 Married Oct 2,1794 John Kennedy.

IV. Elizabeth Pendleton b 1774 d in 1822 Married,Nov 19,1791 1st David Hunter. Issue: Hon. R. M. T. Hunter; second, Stephen Dandridge. Issue: seven children.

V. Maria Pendleton Married Nov 18, 1813 John Rodger. Cooke, celebrated lawyer. Issue:

VI Jamse died without children

VII William Henry d unmarried in 1830

VII Sarah Pendleton b June 18,1785 d Mar 13,1885 m'd Jan 21,1805 Adam Stephen Dandridge

Mary Pendleton(Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), married John Williams. Died without issue.

Elizabeth Pendleton(Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), married Benjamin Tutt, and had Children

William (Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), b. Jan 13,1748 d Mar 31,1817 in Berkeley Co. Va. Like his brother Nathaniel, was a Culpeper Minute Man during the Revolution. He was married twice. 1st April 17,1700 Elizabeth Ferguson b Oct 10, 1756 d Aug 15,1799, the daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Anne Fargeson. Benjamin son of Samuel and Anne Brown Fargeson. And 2nd married Elizabeth Daniel b Feb 2,1749 d Aug 6,1808, of Culpeper Co., Va She was daughter of Robert and Susannah Fargeson Daniel. She was first cousin to his first wife. .He moved to Berkeley Co., Va.; had a large estate, which he left to his son, William. He was a man of classical education, and composed many sermons and essays. He was a faithful lay reader of the Church of England. He had following issue:

1. Mary b Mar 4,1771 d Apr 15,1838 md Feb 3, 1788 Nicholas Orrick b Apr 5,1759 d July 9,1882

2. Lucy Clayton b Feb 20, 1773 d 1820 md her cousin Benjamin Ferguson . I wonder if she sometimes called Elizabeth

3. Susan; Sarah Anne b Dec 17,1774 d Aug 21, 1804 md Capt James Wigginton.. Note: I wonder if later on if one his decedents marry into my family Munkers in Anderson Co,. TX in 1880.

4 Nathaniel b Dec 26,1777 d 1842. He moved in 1829 to Warren Co. O. md Hannah Cunningham.

5 Elizabeth b June 21,1779 md Dec 22,1800 md John Cunningham

6 Benjamin 1781 d 1853 married 5 times 1 daughter Catherine Pendleton

7 John b 1782 died in infancy

8 Anne Ferguson b Sept 15,1784 d Aug 22,1802 John Porterfield

9 Susannah Wilson b May 10,1786 d Aug 22,1789

10 William b 1789 d 1855 married twice

11 Frances Coleman b Apr 1,1792 d Apr 8,1864 md Mar 5,1811 William Campbell

12. Ellen/Eleanor b Nov 12,1794 d 1850 , md 1st , James Walker. Issue: William Walker; second, - Lindsay. And 2nd John Maxwell b 1800 d 1857

13 Emily b Sept 21,1798 d Aug 27, 1845 md Dec 8,1819 Peachy Dyer

Edmund Pendleton "JR"(John, Henry, Philip), b. Feb 4,1744 d July 4,1827(Obit.notice in the Virginia Gazette), married (1764) Mildred Pollard b May 11,1747, youngest sister of Sarah Pollard, wife of his uncle, Judge Edmund Pendleton. Pollard sisters parenets were Joseph and Priscilla Hoomes Pollard (Goochland County Marriage Bonds:Aug 14,1764 Edmund Pendleton JR of Caroline County to Milly Pollard, daughter of Joseph Pollard, Gent. Security:William Payne. Witness: Valetine Wood. John Pendleton's letter of consent to his son's marriage was witnessed by John Madison and William Campbell.

Children

1. John Pendleton b 1765 d 1800s M'd in 1789 Anne Lewis, daughter of John Lewis. For more this family go to PendletonII page

2. Frances Pendleton b Sept 18,1767 d Oct 20,1831, m'd in 1784 Robert Taylor, of Orange Co., Va..Robert is the son of Erasmus Taylor. For more on the Taylor family go to my webpage on the Taylor family and below

3. Edmund Pendleton. Married, first (1794), Jane B. Page, 1796 or 1798; second, Lucy, second daughter of Col. Hugh Nelson, of York.

4. Mildred Pendleton. Married Thomas J. Page.

5. Betsy Pendleton. Married Reuben Taylor, of Caroline Co., Va.

IV. Lucy Pendleton. Married Feb 7,1805 Thomas Richard, of Orange Co., Va.

6. Sarah b 1781 d 1815 m'd Feb 5,1796 Daniel Turner b 1775

7 Elizabdeth b Oct 24,1776 m'd June 17,1793 Robert Turner.

8. Edmund Pendleton. Married, first (1794), Jane B. Page, 1796 or 1798; second, Lucy, second daughter of Col. Hugh Nelson, of York.

Henry Pendleton (John(Sarah Madson),Henry, Philip), b 4 Dec 1762;d 1 Nov 1822 of "Cuckoo," Louisa Co Member House of Delegates, Virginia 1805

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Henry b 4 Dec 1762;d 1 Nov 1822 of "Cuckoo," Louisa Co., son of Col John and Sarah Madison; m 1769 20 Nov 1785, Louisa Co. Alice or Alcey Ann Dickerton and 2nd m Mary Overton Burnley, widow of Col Hardin Burnley of Hanover Co(d 11 Nov 1811) Sur on Mar Cond Elijah Dickinson, Louisa Co.

Married,1st Oct 27,1785 Alcey Ann Winston daughter of John and Alice Bickerton Wilson and 2nd Apr 5,1815 Mrs. Mary B. (Overton) Burnley. Moved to Louisa County, Va., 1786, The widow of the late Hardin Burnley

1. Edmund Pendleton b Oct 24,1786 d Dec 12,1838. M'd Feb 10 ,1808 Unity Yancey Kimbrough

2. John Beckerton Pendleton, b. Feb 16,1788 d June 6,1840

3. Henry Pendleton, b.Nov 25,1789; d. Mar 11,1801.

4. Matilda W. Pendleton b Jan 15,1792 d July 23, 1840. M'd in 1810 Peter Strachan Barret.

5 Sarah "Sally" Madison Pendleton b Oct 6, 1793 d in 1827 Married her cousin Philip Bickerton Winston. of Hanover Co., Va., b. 1793.

6. Barbara Overton Pendleton b June 4,1795 d Mar 23,1855 Married William Samuel Phillips, b. 1795.

7. Joseph Winston Pendleton b July 31,1797 M'd in 1881 Elizabeth Hawes/Minor Goodwin

8. Lucy Anne Pendleton b Apr 14, 1799 Marriedin 1835 John Voroles, b. 1799.

9. Catherine Robert "Kitty" Pendleton b Feb 1,1801 d Mar 19,1839 Married Dec 1,1823 Dr. Frank Johnson, b. 1801

10. Martha Todd Pendleton b Apr 24,1803 d in 1831 Married Capt. James M. Trice.

11. Thomas Madison Pendleton b Nov 9,1804 d Mar 4, 1835 Married Louisa Jackson, b. 1804.Two children

12 Mary b July 22,1806 d Sept 30,1806

13. William James Pendleton b May 31,1809 d Jan 7,1872. M'd in 1831 Catherine May Harris daughter of Frederick and Catherine Snelson Smith Harris. 4 children

14. Alice Winston Pendleton b Jan 7,1813 d Sept 14,1828

JAMES GAINES JR. (MARY(JAMES GAINES) ,Henry, Philip) was born Abt. 1739 in Orange County, Virginia. He married MILDRED BLAND POLLARD Abt. 1760.

Child of JAMES JR. and MILDRED POLLARD is:

1. ABNER LEGRAND GAINES, b. October 1766.

RICHARD EDWARD GAINES (MARY(JAMES GAINES) ,Henry, Philip)was born Abt. 1743. He married ELIZABETH BROADDUS Abt. 1806.

Child of RICHARD GAINES and ELIZABETH BROADDUS is:

1. CATHERINE GAINES.

CATHERINE GAINES (MARY(JAMES GAINES),Henry, Philip)was born Abt. 1735. She married WILLIAM BROADUS.

Child of CATHERINE GAINES and WILLIAM BROADUS is:

1.THOMAS BROADUS.

JAMES GAINES (ISABELLA(WILLIAM GAINES),Henry, Philip)was born 1743 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died Bet. 1829 - 1834 in Sullivan, Tennessee. He married ELIZABETH STROTHER May 12, 1766 in Culpeper County, Virginia, daughter of (LT. STROTHER and SUSAN DABNEY.

James, twin of his sister Anne, was a Captain in the Revolutionary War, and was with Washington on the Delaware. He was wounded at Guilford Court House. Served with his two cousins Henry and Nathaniel Pendleton Jr. in the Culpeper County, Virginia, Minute Men. Judge Edmund Pendleton left most of his estate which consisted of six thousand acres of land and thirty slaves in Sullivan County, Tennessee to Captain Gaines. Captain Gaines moved there in 1788. He was a member of the Convention of North Carolina for the Ratification of the Constitution of the United States and of the North Carolina Legislature.

Children of JAMES GAINES and ELIZABETH STROTHER are:

1.(GENERAL) EDMUND PENDLETON GAINES, b. March 20, 1777, Culpeper County, Virginia; d. January 06, 1849, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Edmund Pendleton Gaines was a distinguished General in the War of 1812 and was voted a sword by the Legislature of Tennessee for his victory over the British at Fort Erie, Canada, August 15, 1814; he was also voted swords by the Legislatures of New York and Virginia and a Medal by the United States Congress. General Gaines married three times: The last time to Myra Clark Whitney, the daughter of Daniel Clark, a native of Ireland who came to New Orleans in 1776 as Consul) and his wife, Zulime Carrier des Ganges, a Creole. Mrs Myra Clark Gaines became celebrated for her litigation with the city of New Orleans in order to inherit the property of her father, worth millions of dollars, much of which she recovered. By his marriage to Barbara Blount, General Gaines had a son, Edmund Pendleton Gaines Jr., of Washington D.C. Several towns are named after him, Gainesville, Florida.

2. GAINES, b. 1773, Stokes, North Carolina.

3. GEORGE STROTHER GAINES, b. May 01, 1784, Stokes County, North Carolina; d. January 21, 1873, State Line, Mississippi.

BENJAMIN GAINES (ISABELLA(WILLIAM GAINES),Henry, Philip)was born 1732 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died August 18, 1818 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He married ELIZABETH BOTTS 1754.

Child of BENJAMIN GAINES and ELIZABETH BOTTS is:

1. FRANCES GAINES, b. Abt. 1755, Culpeper County, Virginia; d. 1817, Culpeper County, Virginia.

THOMAS GAINES (ISABELLA(WILLIAM GAINES),Henry, Philip)was born Abt. 1740 in Culpeper County, Vitginia, and died January 30, 1811 in Stokes, North Carolina. He married SUSANNAH STROTHER 1768 in Culpeper County, Virginia, daughter of (LT. STROTHER and SUSAN DABNEY.

Children of THOMAS GAINES and SUSANNAH STROTHER are:

1. JAMES STROTHER GAINES, b. 1769, Stokes, North Carolina.

2. ROBERT THOMAS GAINES, b. November 14, 1776, Culpeper County, Virginia; d. November 12, 1856, Oakland, California.

HENRY HARWOOD PENDLETON (JOHN, Henry, Philip). He married ALICE ANN WINSTON.

Children of HENRY PENDLETON and ALICE WINSTON are:

1. JOHN OVERTON PENDLETON, b. July 04, 1851, Wellsburg, Brooke County, Virginia; d. December 24, 1916, Wheeling, West Virginia.

A Representative from West Virginia; moved with his parents to Wheeling, Virginia (now West Virginia), in 1851; attended Aspen Hill Academy, Louisa County, Va., 1865-1869, and Bethany College, West Virginia, 1869-1871; studied law; was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Wheeling, W. Va., in 1874; unsuccessful Democratic candidate for State senator in 1886;

2. EDMUND PENDLETON, d. 1832.

3.JOSEPH WINSTON PENDLETON.

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Henry Pendleton (Henry,JAMES,Henry, Philip) He married his cousin, Elizabeth, daughter of his uncle, James Pendleton, and removed with his family to the State of Kentucky in the fall of 1824. He was still living at an advanced age, some years before the Civil War. I have not been able to learn the names of his children; only three:

I. Kitty Pendleton.

II. Marianne Pendleton.

III. Thomas Catlett Pendleton.

Edmund Pendleton,(Henry, James, Henry, Philip), third son, b. Culpeper Co., Va., Nov. 1, 1776; d. September 10, 1820, Winchester, Va. Married Elizabeth Ward, in 1800. She was still living in Baltimore, Md., in 1868. Edmund Pendleton was killed in battle, in the last campaign of the Civil War, in Spottsylvania County, Va., whilst a lieutenant in a company of cavalry commanded by his brother, John. (This must be a mistake; not brother John.)

This is a copy of the inscription on the tombstone of Edmund Pendleton, grandfather of Mrs. Jaquelin Pendleton Wysham, to whom I am indebted for most of the data, etc., etc., in this chapter. He is buried in the Lutheran ground, near Mt. Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, Va. His inscription reads: Sacred to the Memory of Edmund Pendleton. He was born in Culpeper Co., Virginia November 1st, 1776; d. Winchester, Va., September 10, 1820. "Could tears retard the tyrant in his course. Could sighs divert his dart's relentless force. Thou still had'st lived. to bless thy children's sight. A wife's affection, and thy friends' delight."

He left seven sons and three daughters:

I. Edward Henry Pendleton. Married Jaquelin Mills, of Washington, D. C.

II. William Pendleton, no issue.

III. Daniel Pendleton, no issue.

IV. Thornton Presley Cocke Pendleton. Married Emily Richardson, of Clarke Co., Va.

V. Robert W. Pendleton, resides in Baltimore; President Valley R. R. Co.; d. a merchant, 1861. Married Sophia Chafee, of Baltimore.

VI. Philip Peter Pendleton, b. 1816; was a prominent merchant in Baltimore. Married Mary Jane Leeke, of Baltimore. He has two sons: Davis Ellis, who served three years as a private in the Confederate army, and Nathan Smith Pendleton.

I. David Ellis Pendleton, b. 1844.

II. Nathan Smith Pendleton, b. 1856.

III. Elizabeth Ward Pendleton, b. 1846.

VII. George Washington Pendleton, b. 1819; d. 1858. Married Virenda A. Gaines, of Arkansas. Had issue:

I. William Pendleton, d. very young.

II. Alethea Pendleton, was living in 1868. Married Judge Leatherman, of Hot Springs, Ark.

VIII. Mary Ann Pendleton, b. Nov. 16, 1800; d. March, 1878.

IX. Elizabeth Ward Pendleton, b. 1812. Married E. B. Long, of Baltimore.

X. Helen Maria Pendleton, b. 1805

John Pendleton (James, James, Henry, Philip), married Elizabeth Taylor, of Orange County, Va., and remained in Culpeper until 1807. His daughter, Mrs. Kemp, and his family, moved to Kentucky before him. He was detained behind for the purpose of making settlement of his business (he had just concluded his term as High Sheriff of the county), and was to follow shortly on. But he died, and whatever descendants of his remain are supposed to live in the State of Kentucky, or in some other Western State. Issue:

1. James Pendleton b July 25,1786 and married Harriet Castleman

2. Catherine Pendleton b Mar 2,1788 d Aug 18,1852 Married 1st Robert Kemp; moved to Kentucky. Married, 2nd 1817 Dr. Burr Harrison.

3. Thomas Clayton Pendleton b 1792 and died in 1840 m'd March 27, 1817 to his cousin Elizabeth January Taylor b 1799 d 1832

IV. Catherine Pendleton. Married, first, Robert Kemp; moved to Kentucky. Married, second, Dr. Burr Harrison.

4. John Taylor Pendleton, b May 9, 1790 d June 22,1855 Lived in Frankfort. He was an officer of the State Bank for a number of years, and probably until his death, as I was told by Mr. Crittendon. He married Oct 2, 1821 Elizabeth Morris b Dec 8, 1803 d Feb 4,1830 Children John Morris; Anne Morris; Elizabeth W.; and Catherine E.T.

5 Margeret m'd three times 1st 1783 Robert Slaughter; 2nd Aug 31,1809 John Lightfoot and 3rd Rev Joshua Morris

6 Catherine Bowie d 1818 m'd Nov 10,1789 Archibald Tutt

7 James Bowie died unmarried

8 Thomas m'd Jane Farmer

9 William m'd Nancy Strother

10 Elizabeth m'd her cousin Henry Pendleton

11 Calett b 1783 d unmarried Mar 11,1824

12 Nancy m'd twice 1st William C Brown adn 2nd Valentine Johnson.

Edmund (Henry ,James, Henry, Philip) B 1 Nov 1776 d 10 Sept md 10 Feb 1800 Elizabeth Ward b 18 June 1784 d 5 Feb 1875

Children

1 Mary Anne b 16 Nov 1800 d 16 Mar 1878 md 30 June 1831 William Faushee

2 Catherine b 230 Oct 1801 d 1 Aug 1803

3 Edward Henry b May 24,1803 d 1858 md Sept 17,1833 Jacqueline Emily Mills

4. Helen Maria b Nov 1,1805 d Dec 5,1874

5 William Ward b Dec 22,1806 d young

6 Daniel Ward b Sept 20, 1808 d Oct 16,1827

7 Thornton Presley Cocke b Apr 28,1810 d 1884 md Jan 26,1836 Emily Jane Richardson.

8 Elizabeth Ward b Jan 4,1812 d Mar 10,1899 md Nov 13,1833 Ellis Barcroft Lon

9 Robert Ward b July 16,1814 d Apr 17,1861 ,d May 2,1837 Sophia Julia Chaffee

10 Philip Peter b Dec 17,1816 d Dec 9,1877 md 1843 Mary Jane Leche

11 George Washington b Feb 17,1819 d 1858 md 1876 Judge George Leland Leatherman

ELIZABETH PENDLETON (PHILIP, JAMES, Henry, Philip)1765 Culpeper Co., VA-1804 Pittsylvania Co., VA marr. David James Motley (bc 1760 Amelia Co., VA-3/20/1826 Pittsylvania Co., VA). He was an Am. Rev. Patriot (Sol. CL VA).

They became the parents of Patsy, Joseph, James Coleman, John, David D., Daniel, Samuel & William David. In his autumn years David wed Jency Wright.

COLEMAN PENDLETON (PHILIP, JAMES, Henry, Philip). was born August 04, 1780 in Culpepper County, Virginia, and died May 31, 1862 in Tallapossa County, Alabama. He married "PATSY" MARTHA GILBERT June 06, 1808 in Putnam County, Georgia, daughter of BENJAMIN GILBERT and HANNAH BUTLER. She was born May 31, 1789 in Powelton, Hancock County, Georgia, and died August 06, 1875 in Tallapoosa County, Alabama. COLEMAN PENDLETON: Occupation: Attorney/Justice of the Peace/Clek of the Putnam County, Georgia

Children of COLEMAN PENDLETON and MARTHA GILBERT are:

1. LOUISA EMILY PENDLETON, b. 1809; m. JOSEPH OLIVER.

2. WILLIAM RITTENHOUSE/Robert PENDLETON, REV., b. March 09, 1811, Putnam County, Georgia; d. July 07, 1841, Baker County, Georgia. m'd Apr 2,1835 Marion Jordan daughter of Thomas and Priscilla Applewhite Jordan

3. PHILLIP COLEMAN PENDLETON, MAJOR, b. November 17, 1812; d. June 19, 1869, Putnam County, Georgia. m'd Catherine Sarah Melissa Tebeau

4. EDMUND MONROE PENDLETON, DR., b. March 19, 1815; d. January 26, 1884.m'd Sarah Jane Thomas

Major Philip Coleman Pendleton, date of enlistment March 22,1862, Confederate States Army. He served in the Indian Wars in Florida and during the Civil War served as Major in the 50th Georgia Regiment until his failing health forced him to retire.

2. EDMUND MONROE PENDLETON, b. 1815; d. 1884.

Edmund graduated from the South Carolina Medical School in 1838. He practiced medicine in Sparta, Georgia for many years. Edmund is most notably identified with the development of agriculture and agricultural science in the South. He developed the Pendleton Formula for the manufacture of fertilizers, he was the first to use animal matter as plant food. With his son, William Micajah Pendleton, they were the first to grind cotton seed cake into meal and use it in the manufacture of fertilizers. He was the first to notice that phosphoric acid and nitrogen were taken out of the soil by cereal and cotton. Dr. Edmund Monroe Pendleton held the chair of Agriculture and Horticulture at the University of Georgia from 1872-1877.

Philip Clayton Pendleton, (Philip, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), b Nov 24,1779 d Apr 3,1863 was appointed Judge of the Federal Court for the District in which he resided, by John Quincy Adams. He was repeatedly called into public service (life), always getting out of it as soon as he could do so with propriety, for he was a man as incapable of an act of impropriety as he was of an act of folly. Married Sarah Boyd, daughter of Gen'l Elisha Boyd. And wife Mary Waggoner. He died during the Civil War, at the age of eighty-four years,

Children

I. Philip Clayton Pendleton b Aug 29,1814 d Oct 8,1889 Married his cousin Virginia Tutt b Sept 26,1818 d Dec 23,1895 Children: I. Philip C. Pendleton.; II. Edmund Pendleton.; III. Edward Gray Pendleton.; IV Charles Mason

II. Edmund Boyd Pendleton. B Nov 27,1816 d in 1880 Married Charlotte Ramsay Robinson, of Baltimore. Daughter of Alexander and 2nd wife Angelica Kauffman Peale Robinson Issue:; I. Alexander Robinson Pendleton.; II. Philip Clayton Pendleton ; III. Elisha Boyd Pendleton b Jan 13,1820 d July 12,1902 Married Nov 25,1843 Lucinda M. Tutt. Issue:; I. Charles Henry Pendleton.; II. Nathaniel Spotswood Pendleton.; III. Sally Pendleton. Married Eugene Van Rensalaer, of New York;

V. Edmund Pendleton (Philip, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip). Married Miss Purnell, of Maryland. Issue:I. Purnell Pendleton, d. without issue.; II. One daughter Pendleton. Married Stephen A. Dandridge, of Virginia

ANN CLAYTON PENDLETON (Philip, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip) was born Abt. 1778. She married JOHN KENNEDY October 02, 1794 in Martinsburg, Virginia. This lady was the mother of the four brothers Kennedy:

Children of NANCY PENDLETON and JOHN KENNEDY are:

1.JOHN PENDLETON KENNEDY, b. October 25, 1795, Baltimore, Maryland; d. August 18, 1870, Newport, Rhode Island.

JOHN PENDLETON KENNEDY was a Representative from Maryland; attended private schools and was graduated from Baltimore Academy in 1812; volunteered and served in the War of 1812; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1816 and commenced practice in Baltimore, Md.; resumed literary pursuits; died August 18, 1870, at Newport, R.I., while on a visit; interment in Greenmount Cemetary, Baltimore, Md.

2. ANTHONY KENNEDY, b. December 21, 1810, Baltimore, Maryland; d. July 31, 1892, Annapolis, Maryland.

3. ANDREW KENNEDY, b. July 27, 1797, Baltimore, Maryland.

4. PHILIP PENDLETON KENNEDY.

MARIA PENDLETON (Philip, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip). She married the eminent lawyer, John Rogers. Cooke, and was the mother of seven children. Issue

JOHN ROGERS COOKE for more than 40 years he was engaged in legal practice in Virginia, earning distinction, and during that period was connected with almost all the cases of importance which were carried to the higher courts of the state. In 1807 he held a commission in the Frederick township troop that marched to the seaboard when the Chesapeake was fired upon, and he was a member of the legislature in 1814.

Children of MARIA PENDLETON and JOHN COOKE are:

1.CAPTAIN) JOHN ESTEN COOKE, b. November 03, 1830, Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia; d. September 27, 1886, Clark County, Virginia; m. MARY FRANCIS PAGE, September 18, 1867.

John Esten Cooke was a writer, not a soldier, and yet he enjoyed (in every sense of the word) a remarkable and extensive Civil War career that took him from John Brown's raid to General Lee's surrender and put him in close touch with some of the greatest commanders in American history, most notably his much admired cousin-in-law, General J.E.B. Stuart. Wearing of the Gray, published in 1867, contains Cooke's best writing on the war-sparkling vignettes that display an excellent eye for local color and the picaresque, a wry sense of humor, and a quick grasp of character. His unique pairing of advantaged military perspective and authorial talent "give his wartime sketches a combination of validity and vitality almost unmatched in the literature of the Civil War" (Civil War History).

Civil War Career: An extreme secessionist, Cooke used his pen to assist in creating a climate for secession. He served in the Confederate Army on the staff of General J.E.B. Stuart when the war began and took an active part in the early Virginia engagements. He was also inspector general of horse artillery for the Army of Northern Virginia. Cooke published a biography of "Stonewall" Jackson in 1863. He surrendered with Lee at Appomattox. After the war he was a writer and planter in Clark County, Virginia. Note: Family legend says he buried his silver spurs at the surrender at Appomattox, Va.

2. PHILIP PENDLETON COOKE, b. October 26, 1816, Martinsburg, Virginia; d. January 20, 1850. Married Miss Burwell, of Clarke Co., Va

Sarah Pendleton (Philip, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), married, first, Miss Hunter. Issue: Hon. R. M. T. Hunter. Married, second, Stephen Adams Dandridge. Issue:

.II Stephen Dandridge, eldest son. Married his cousin, daughter of Edmund Pendleton, of Maryland.

III. Spotswood Dandridge. Married the second daughter of Nathaniel Greene

Elizabeth Pendleton (Philip, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip) married (long ago) David Hunter, and left a number of descendants in the first, second and third generations

Charles Pendleton Tutt (Elizabeth, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), son of Elizabeth Pendleton and Benjamin Tutt, b. 1780; d. 1833. Married Anne Mason Chichester, b. October 16, 1789; d. July 11, 1882; daughter of Richard McCarty Chichester, who married Anne Thomson Mason, who was b. February 22, 1769; d. August 29, 1812. She was daughter of Thomson Mason, b. 1733; d. 1785, who was son of George Mason, b. 1690; d. 1735. (Mason Chapter, Volume II.) Charles Pendleton Tutt and Ann Mason Chichester, his wife, had issue:

II Eliza Pendleton Tutt), b. May 24, 1809; d. February 5, 1879. Married Josiah Colston, b. 1795; d. 1870. Their son, Frederick Morgan Colston, b. October 1, 1835, married Clara Campbell, daughter of Judge John A. Campbell, of Alabama, formerly of U. S. Supreme Court, and afterwards Assistant Secretary of War of the Confederate States, etc. Had issue:

II. Eliza Pendleton Colston, b. April 13, 1871. Married Wyatt W. Randall, Jan. 23, 1898, Catonsville, Md. Mr. Randall b. Jan. 10, 1867, son of Hon. Alexander Randall and Elizabeth P. Blanchard, Annapolis, Md. No issue.

NATHANIEL GREENE PENDLETON (NATHANIEL, NATHANIEL, Henry, Philip) was born August 25, 1793 in Savannah, Georgia, and died June 16, 1861 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. He married 1st JANE FRANCES HUNT b 1802 d 1839 daughter of Jesse Hunt . Nathaniel 2nd wife May 12,1841 ANNE JAMES b Feb 21,1810 d Feb 7,1891. Anne was the daughter of Thomas and Charlotte Massie James of Chillicothe, OH.

NATHANIEL GREENE PENDLETON was a Representative from Ohio; moved to New York City with his parents; was graduated from Columbia College at New York City in 1813; studied law; was admitted to the bar; served in the War of 1812; died in Cincinnati, Ohio, June 16, 1861; interment in Spring Grove Cemetary.

lawyer by profession; settled years ago in Cincinnati, Ohio. In the war of 1812 he was Lieutenant of Artillery, and aide on the staff of his cousin, Gen'l Edmund Pendleton Gaines. The war over, he settled at Cincinnati, from which city Mr. John S. Pendleton knew him as member of Congress, in the twenty-seventh Congress.

Children of NATHANIEL PENDLETON and JANE HUNT are:

1 Susan Lousia b Feb 23,1821 d Feb 6,1877 md Oct 20,1842 Robert Bonner Bowler

2 Martha Eliza b Dec 30,1823 md May 4,1843 md her cousin Dr. Alexander Spotswood Dandridge

3. GEORGE HUNT PENDLETON, b. July 19, 1825, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio; d. November 24, 1889, Brussels, Belgium; m. MARY ALICIA LLOYD NEVINS KEY, June 02, 1846.

4. ELLIOT HUNT PENDLETON, b. December 19, 1828; d. October 14, 1892. Md Emma Gaylord.

5 Anna Pierce b Dec 27,1830 d Dec 29,1887 ,md Nov 14,1850 Rev Noah Hunt Schenck

6. NATHANIEL PENDLETON, b. April 01, 1834; d. November 01, 1862. Unmarrried

Nathaniel Greene Pendleton married, second, Anna James, of Ohio. She survived him.

Child of NATHANIEL PENDLETON and ANNE JAMES is: 1/7 Charlotte Pendleton b 1842 d Oct 21,1921 unmarried

4. EDMUND HENRY PENDLETON, b. June 22, 1843; d. Mar 14, 1910. Md 1st April 28,1864 Cornelia Macy and 2nd Margaretta Phoebe Jack

EDMUND HENRY (Nathaniel, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), b. June 22, 1843; d. Mar 14, 1910. Md 1st Cornelia Macy .The daughter of Governor William Larned Marcy of NY and 2nd Margaretta Phoebe Jack. The daughter of Morrison and Roxanna Selden Jack He was a Second Lieutenant Edmund Henry Pendleton of Company E, 4th New York Artillery, 1861 Union Army. He was aide-de-camp to General Edmund de Russy, 1863-64

Children:

1 William Larned b Feb 191,1865 md 1st Nov 8,1888 Alida Maria Lundquist of Sweden and 2nd Oct 2,1913 Evelyn R. Moseman. Had children from his 1st marriage : Arvid, Cornelia, Anne and Mary

GEORGE HUNT (Nathaniel, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), b. July 25, 1825, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio; d. November 24, 1889, Brussels, Belgium; m. MARY ALICIA LLOYD NEVINS KEY, June 02, 1846. MARY ALICIA LLOYD NEVINS KEY was the daughter of Francis Scott Key, American lawyer and poet, who wrote the lyrics for "The Star-Spangled Banner," the United States national anthem. During the War of 1812 Key witnessed the British bombardment of Fort McHenry in Baltimore Harbor. The sight of the American flag still flying over the fort at daybreak inspired him to write the poem "The Star-Spangled Banner," which he set to the tune of an English drinking song, "To Anacreon in Heaven." The Star-Spangled Banner became the official United States national anthem in 1931.

GEORGE HUNT PENDLETON was a Representative and a Senator from Ohio; attended the local schools and Cincinnati College; attended Heidelberg University, Germany; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1847 and commenced practice in Cincinnati; member, State senate 1854-1856; unsuccessful candidate for election in 1854 to the 34th Congress; elected as a Democrat to the 35th and to the three succeeding Congresses (March 4, 1857-March 3, 1865); appointed Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Germany in 1885, and served until his death; interment in Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio. Their children:

1. Mary Lloyd b Mar 26,1852 d July 30,1929 md Nov 21,1896 Hon. John Rutledge Abney

2. Jane Frances b Apr 22,1860 md Dec 3,1891 Arthur Tilghman Brice of Washington DC

3. Frank Key Pendleton b Jan 3,1850 Cincinnati, OH d July 26,1930 NY City, md 1st June 1,1885 Sarah Marie d Mar 14,1886 and md 2nd Dec 10,1889 Elizabeth Marianita La Montagne of NY City. Daughter of Augustus La Montagne

4. Elliott H. Pendleton

5. Nathaniel Pendleton

6. Susan L. Pendleton

7. Martha E. Pendleton

8. Eva Pendleton

ELLIOT HUNT (Nathaniel, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), married Emma Gaylord

Children

1 Thomas Gaylord b 1856 d 1876

2 Elliott Hunt b Dec 8,1859 d July 10,1926 md June 14,1885 Isabella Eckstein

3 Nathaniel Greene md Bessy Johnston

4 George Hunt b 1867 d 1869

5 Lucy Gaylord md Ambrose White

6 Anne Pierce died young

7 Angeline Gaylord

8 Susan Bowler

9 Emma Gaylord died young

V. Anna Pierce Pendleton (Nathaniel, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), married Archibald Rogers. She was living in 1868. Her eldest son, Nathaniel P. Rogers, was living at that time. He was adopted as his heir, by Judge Edmund Henry Pendleton, who desired him to take his name, which I presume he did. Married (1847) Emily Moulton, of New York. Issue: I. Anna Pendleton; II. Henry Pendleton; III. Nathaniel Pendleton; IV. John Bard Pendleton;

John ( Edmund Pendleton "JR", John, Henry, Philip) b 1765 d 1800s M'd in 1789 Anne Lewis, daughter of John Lewis of Williamsburg .

Children

1 John Lewis b 1790 d 1869 md 1816 Eliza Bankhead Magruder d Feb 2,1842. They had children

2 Edmund Allen b 1791 d in 1883 md Nov 17,1825

3 Elizabeth b 1793 d in 1885 md William Gray

4 Mary Anne b 1795

5 Eveline Mildred b 1797 d 1864 md Festus Dickinson

6 William Armistead b 1798 d in infancy

7 William Armistead b 1801 d July 22,1845 md May 26,1829 had children

8 Charles Lewis b 1803 d 1835 md Sarah Anne Tompkins

9 Robert Taylor b 1805 md Feb 5,1829 Judith A Henry

10 Benjamin Franklin b 1806 died unmarried in 1826

11 Nathaniel Philip Henry b Feb 12,1809 d July 13,1877 md Dec 23,1838 his cousin Anne Madison Turner b Dec 18,1811 d Apr 11,1892 daughter of Daniel and Sarah Pendleton Turner

Lucy Clayton (William, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), b Feb 20,1773 d in 1820 m;d her cousin Benjamin Fergeson in 1790. He evidently the son of Frances Fargeson and his wife Elizabeth and the grandson of Samuel and Anne Brown Fargeson.

Children: All the children middle name was Pendleton, 1 Philip; 2 William; 3 John; 4 Anne; 5 Ellen; 6 Rebecca; and 7 Benjamin b 1802 d 1864 md Edna Amiss daughter of Philip Newport Amiss who married Polly Bazey .

Benjamin (William, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), b Nov 19,1781 in Culpeper Co. VA d in Hancock, MD Mar 14,1853. Md 1st Oct 31,1805 Elizabeth Strother b Jan 23,1784 d Nov 12 1822 daughter of Midshipman Benjamin Strother of the Virginia Revolutionary Navy and later of the Land Forces by Catherine Price. 2nd in 1825 Agatha Bullock Yancy d 1827; 3rd Mary Wiggington; 4th Harried Stevens b Dec 24 1788 d Apr 23,1850 and 5th Rachel Thomas. Benjamin lived at LOCUST GROVE, Berkeley (Now Jefferson) Co. W. VA.

First marriage children

1 Catherine Thornton md John Bailey Nicklin I

2 Benjamin Strother b Feb 24,1808

3 James William b Sept 7,1809 d June 5,1850 md Sept 5,1840 Margaret Humrickhouse. Daugther of James and Elizabeth Wise Humrickhouse

William (William, Nathaniel, Henry, Philip), b Aug 25 1789 d Aug 1,1855 md 1sr 1811 Susan Snodgrass b June 18,1790 d Mar 25,1834 and 2nd June 22,1840 Mrs. E .A. Robinson b Dec 26,1802 d Aug 1,1855.

1 Ann Eliza b Feb 22,1812 d Jan 17,184 md July 16,1840 Amos Williamson

2 Susan Verdier Shephard b Oct 15,1813 d Mar 25,1888 md Feb 19,1835 James Campbell Orrick

3 Eleanor b Aug 1,1815 d in 1844 md Aug 25,1841 her cousin Nathaniel Pendleton Campbell b Dec 19,1819 d Sept 28,1878 son of William and Frances Coleman Pendleton Campbell

4 William Henry b Sept 30,1817 d Mar 8,1873 He was an Episcopal Minister and married May 9,1850 Henrietta Randolph daughter Dr Philip Grymes and Mary ONeale Randolph.

5 Nathaniel b July 13 1820 d Sept 1,1824

6 Robert Shephard b mar 20,1824 d 1880 md Dec 3,1846 Mary Anne Pfeiffer

7 Philip b June 11,1827 d Jan 22,1830

8 Stephen James b Apr 3,1831 d July 1,1862 at Killed at the Battle of Malvern; md July 4,1852 Emma H Taylor.

GENERATION 10

Thomas Clayton Pendleton (John ,James, James, Henry, Philip), b 1792 and died in 1840 m'd March 27, 1817 to his cousin Elizabeth January Taylor b 1799 d 1832

Children

1 Elizabeth md Henry W Allison

2 Mary Eleanor md John Chinn

3 John Gibson md Nannie E Grant

4 George Taylor b Dec 18,1823 and d Jan 25,1883 he married May 1,1851 Catherine Anne Magruder. Children: Thomas Owen m'd Eliza Cunningham; William Gibson m'd Harriet McKenzie; Elizabeth Allison m'd Charles R. Forster; Catherine Harrison m'd Stephen L. Stites; Susana Rebecca; Stepleton Crutchfield m'd 1st Alice Luklider and 2nd Katherine Salmon; George and Eleanor Chinn m'd Richard Embry.

5 Rebecca b Feb 25,1830 m'd James Allison d Jan 19,1877

Thomas Clayton Pendleton (John ,James, James, Henry, Philip), b 1792 and died in 1840 m'd March 27, 1817 to his cousin Elizabeth January Taylor b 1799 d 1832

Children

1 Elizabeth md Henry W Allison

2 Mary Eleanor md John Chinn

3 John Gibson md Nannie E Grant

4 George Taylor b Dec 18,1823 and d Jan 25,1883 he married May 1,1851 Catherine Anne Magruder. Children: Thomas Owen m'd Eliza Cunningham; William Gibson m'd Harriet McKenzie; Elizabeth Allison m'd Charles R. Forster; Catherine Harrison m'd Stephen L. Stites; Susana Rebecca; Stepleton Crutchfield m'd 1st Alice Luklider and 2nd Katherine Salmon; George and Eleanor Chinn m'd Richard Embry.

5 Rebecca b Feb 25,1830 m'd James Allison d Jan 19,1877

Mildred (Edmund JR, Edmund Pendleton "JR", John, Henry, Philip) March 21, 1802. D in 1892 Married Nov. 17, 1825 Edmund Allen Pendleton, of Augusta, Georgia. The son of John and Anne Lewis Pendleton.

Children

I. Edmund Lewis Pendleton, b. Jan. 28, 1827. Married Oct.24, 1850) Catista E. Norton, of Vermont, and had issue:I. Edmonia Pendleton. Married F. S. Mosher, of Augusta, Ga.;

II. William Pendleton, b. June 21, 1828. Married Sept. 24, 1862 Zemula C. Walker, of Augusta, Ga., has four sons.;

III. John Pendleton, b. March 15, 1834, single.;

IV. Hugh Pendleton (, twin brother of John,) b. March 15, 1834. Married Dec.6, 1867 Rebecca Jones, of Nottoway County, Va. 6 children

V. Judith Page Pendleton, b. 1836. Married in 1855 Richard B. Williams, of Richmond, Va.; she d. April, 1863. No children

VI. Armistead Franklin Pendleton, b. Sept. 25, 1838. Married March, 1868 Isabella Garvin, of Augusta, Ga., and has issue:;

VII. Anne Elizabeth Pendleton, b. Oct. 9, 1844; single.;

Dr. Francis Walker (Edmund JR, Edmund Pendleton "JR", John, Henry, Philip) . at "Edmundton," Caroline Co., Va., Dec. 7, 1808; removed to Warsaw, Richmond Co., Va. Married (Jan., 1834) Sarah F., daughter of Daniel Turner, of Caroline Co., Va. They have issue:;

I. Robert Carter Pendleton, d. a youth.

II. Nannie F. Pendleton, b. 1840.;

III. Mildred E. Pendleton, b. 1841. Married (about 1861) Tasker Crabbe, of Richmond Co., Va. She d. leaving issue:;

(BRIG. GENERAL and Rev) WILLIAM NELSON PENDLETON ( Edmund JR, Edmund Pendleton "JR", John, Henry, Philip) was born December 26, 1809 in Richmond, Virginia, and died January 15, 1883. Lexington, Rockbridge Co., Va He married July 15, 1831ANZOLETTE PAGE , daughter of FRANCIS PAGE and SUSAN NELSON. of Rugswamp, Hanover Co., VA

(BRIG. GENERAL) WILLIAM NELSON PENDLETON entered the service of the Confederacy from the service of the Church. He was appointed to the U.S. Military Academy in 1826, where he formed a close relationship with Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis. He was graduated in 1830 and began service at the garrison at Atlanta Georgia, with the rank of second lieutenant of artillery. He served one year as assistant professor of mathematics at West Point, and with the artillery at Ft. Hamilton until 1833, when he resigned and became a professor of mathematics in Bristol college, Pa., later becoming connected with the faculty of Delaware college. In 1837 he became a clergyman in the Episcopal church, in which he continued with distinction during the remainder of his life, receiving the degree of doctor of divinity. During the period of 1861-65 however, his talents were given to the defense of Virginia and the Confederacy. He entered the service as captain of a Lexington company and in a few weeks was commissioned captain, corps of artillery, C.S.A. He served in command of the Rockbridge artillery until a short time before the first battle of Manassas, when he was promoted to Colonel and made chief of artillery of the army under General Joseph E. Johnston. Arriving on the field of Manassas with Johnston's command, he promptly brought his artillery into action in support of the Confederate left, where the battle was raging the hottest, and rendered effective service. It is told he paused before his first order to fire to say with solemn reverence, "Lord preserve the soul while I destroy the body." From this time he continued in command of the artillery under Johnston, with promotion to the rank of Brigadier General, and after Lee took charge of the army of Northern Virginia, he served under him in the same capacity until the close of the war. Before the Pennsylvania campaign he had given the artillery an excellent organization, and under his direction it rendered telling service in the great artillery duels at Gettysburg. Through the remainder of the struggle he did his duty with devotion, and in the final retreat from Petersburg brought off his guns, making gallant stands against the enemy at Rice's Station and Farmville. During the night of April 8th, part of his command, under General Walker, was captured. On the 9th the artillery took part in a spirited attack on the enemy, but hostilities were soon arrested, and he, with General Longstreet and General Gordon, represented the Confederate army in arranging the details of the surrender. After the war he resumed his post in Lexington, where General Lee was a vestryman in his church. He received the degree of doctor of divinity in 1868. His only son, Colonel "Sandie" Pendleton, was a member of Stonewall Jackson's staff, and fell mortally wounded at the battle of Winchester, in September, 1864. General Pendleton passed away January 5,1883.

Children of (BRIG. PENDLETON and ANZOLETTE PAGE are:

1.(COLONEL) ALEXANDER SWIFT PENDLETON, b. September 28, 1840, Alexandria, Virginia; d. September 22, 1864, Battle of Winchester, Virginia; m. CATHERINE CORBIN, 1863.Colonel Sandie Pendleton began his military career with the first organization of Virginia forces. At the first battle of Manassas he was lieutenant and ordnance officer of the Stonewall brigade, and was mentioned in that report of that battle for "valuable services" rendered. When Jackson was assigned to the Valley district with headquarters at Winchester, Lieutenant Pendleton was on his staff as assistant adjutant-general. In that capacity he served in the winter campaign to Bath, Hancock, and Romney, and was again mentioned in terms of commendation by General Jackson for the faithful performance of duty. The campaign was one of great hardship and Jackson and his staff shared all its privations. In the Valley campaign of 1862 Lieutenant Pendleton was still Jackson's adjutant-general and was complimented in the official report of his chief as "an officer eminently qualified for his duties." He was with Jackson in the memorable Seven Days' fights and was again thanked in the official report. Through the subsequent campaign in Virginia, ending with Chancellorsville, he continued to serve on the staff of General Jackson, having been promoted to the rank of captain at Fredricksburg and to that of major at Chancellorsville. When Jackson fell J.E.B. Stuart was placed in command of his corps for the rest of the battle and in the report he says that Major Pendleton "acted with great heroism and efficiency when he joined me." He was put in charge of the escort when the body of Jackson was borne to Richmond and then to Lexington for burial. In the Gettysburg campaign he served as aide to General Ewell, who said in his report: "Colonel Pendleton's knowledge of his duties, his experience and activity relieved me of much hard work." He subsequently served on the staff of General Rodes and then on that of General Early. At Fisher's Hill, September 22,1864, Colonel Pendleton was killed.

(Alexander S. Pendleton, only son, called "Sandy," b. about 1839; d. Sept., 1864. Married (1863) Kate Corbin, of Moss Neck, Caroline Co., Va. They had one child that d. an infant. Mrs. Kate Corbin Pendleton married, second, Brooke, of Lexington, Rockbridge Co., Va., and has issue.; V. Nancy Pendleton; VI. Leila Pendleton. V. William J. Pendleton. Married (about 1875) Mary J., daughter of John M. Royall, of Richmond, Va)

2. SUSAN , b. May 29, 1838, Leeland, Jefferson County, West Virginia; d. December 10, 1911; md Nov 17,1859 (GENERAL) EDWIN GRAY LEE, November 17, 1859, Leeland, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

(GENERAL) EDWIN GRAY LEE was educated at Hallowell's school at Alexandria Va. and at William & Mary College, and then entered the profession of law. With the earliest volunteers for the defense of the State he went to the front as second lieutenant of the Second Virginia Regiment. Soon promoted first lieutenant, he was appointed aide-de-camp on the staff of General Stonewall Jackson, of whose brigade the Second formed a part at First Manassas. He participated in the Valley campaign of 1862, and the subsequent operations of that year. At Fredricksburg, having been promoted to colonel, he commanded the regiment. Early in 1863, on account of ill health, he retired from the service, but in the fall of that year he returned to active duty. In June 1864, was assigned temporary command at Staunton, Va., with orders to do all in his power to organize local forces and aid in the defense of the Valley. Immediately afterward; General W.E. Jones was killed, and Staunton was occupied by the Federals. On September 20,1864, Colonel Lee was promoted to Brigadier General and he was subsequently sent to Canada on secret service for the government. After the war his ill health compelled him to spend winters in the South.

3.MARY NELSON d March 19,1818

4.ROSE PAGE who died unmarried on Feb 24,1910

5.NANCY PAGE PENDLETON.

6.HUGHELLA who died Mar 8,1919 md in 1884 Edward Miles Fadsden b Dec 28,1859 d Mary 31,1900

James Lawrence (Edmund JR, Edmund Pendleton "JR", John, Henry, Philip) b. "Edmundton," Caroline Co., Va., about 1815; removed to Richmond, Va. Married (1840) Annalethia, daughter of Samuel S. Carter, of Richmond, Va. She d. there in 1881; he d. many years before.

Children

I. Samuel Heisler. Pendleton, b. Jan 27, 1841; d Sept 27.1918 removed to New York City. Married in 1864 his cousin Sallie Ann Pendleton daughter of Philip H. Pendleton, of Port Royal, Caroline Co., Va.

2 Thomas Hugh b 1843 was killed at Gettysburg Jkuly 3,1863 unmarried

3. Emma Walker md 1882 Robert C Little

IV. Martha Carter Pendleton. Married in 1871 Joseph M. Furquereau, of Richmond, Va. They have several children.;

V. William J. Pendleton. Married in 1875 Mary J Royall ., daughter of John M. Royall, of Richmond, Va.

Guerdon Huntingdon (Edmund JR, Edmund Pendleton "JR", John, Henry, Philip). at "Edmundton," Caroline Co., Va., April 4, 1817; removed to Clarke Co., Va.; d. Jan 30,1878, aged sixty years. M'd May 11, 1854 Jane Byrd, daughter of Mann Randolph Page.

Children

1 Mary b 1855 d 1864

2 Edmund b May 22,1856 md Oct 2,1895 Eleanor Love Willis b July 17,1871 d Aug 17,1908. Daughter of Nathaniel Hite and Jean Charlotte Washington Willis of Rock Hill Jefferson Co. VA. Had 7 children

3 Mann Page b Mar 1,1858 d July 6,1922 md July 22,1903 Leonora Claggett had 2 children

4 Hugh died in infancy

5 Margaret died in infancy a twin to Hugh

6Julia Nelson b Apr 20,1865 md Fb 3,1903 Amadeus Foster Potts had 2 children

7 Mildred Lousie b May 22,1867 md Oct 3,1888 Edmund Myers Robinson had 4 children

8 Jane Byrd b June 26,1869 md June 17,1891 John Williamson MaGavock had 6 Children

9 Frances Lawrence b Apr 15,1873 md Feb 9,1898 Charles Barnitz had 3 children

10 Lucy who died young

GENERATION NO 11

JAMES PENDLETON, COLONEL (PHILIP, JAMES, HENRY, PHILIP, HENRY, Philip) was born Abt. 1767, and died 1841 in Kentucky. He married SARAH BELL February 07, 1788, daughter of JAMES BELL. She was born in Of Staunton, Virginia, and died in Kentucky.

Child of JAMES PENDLETON and SARAH BELL is:

1. JAMES COLEMAN PENDLETON, b. 1793; d. February 22, 1855. m'd Sarah ?

2 Robert

3 Alfred

4 Singleton

5 Joseph

6 David H

7 Dorcas

8 Harriett

9 Patsy Awbrey b Mar 1,1798 d May 15 1830 m'd Jan 24 1822 Stephen Lewis Hite

10 Margaret Malinda

11 Edmund Ganies

12 Minerva Jane

13 William Clayton

ABNER LEGRAND GAINES (JAMES GAINES JR., MARY (JAMES GAINES), Henry, Philip, ) was born October 1766. He married ELIZABETH SUSAN MATHEWS 1792 in Augusta County, Virginia.

Child of ABNER GAINES and ELIZABETH MATHEWS is:

1.JOHN POLLARD GAINES, b. September 22, 1795, Augusta, Virginia (now West Virginia); d. December 09, 1857, near Salem, Marion County, Oregon; m. (1) MARGARET BURNSIDE WANDS; m. (2) ELIZABETH KINCAID, 1819.

JOHN POLLARD GAINES was a Representative from Kentucky; moved to Boone County, Kentucky, in early youth; received a thorough English training; studied law; was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Walton Ky.; volunteered for service in the War of 1812; represented Boone County for several years in the Kentucky legislature; served in the Mexican War as Major in General Thomas Marshall's Kentucky Calvary Brigade and also aide-de-camp on the staff of General Winfield Scott; captured at Incarnacion in January 1847 and was confined for several months in the City of Mexico; while in captivity was elected as a Whig to the Thirtieth Congress (March 4, 1847 - March 3, 1849); unsuccessful candidate for reelection; President Zachary Taylor appointed him Territorial Governor of Oregon after Abraham Lincoln declined that office, from 1850 until the expiration of his term in 1853; resumed agricultural pursuits till his death.

CATHERINE GAINES (RICHARD EDWARD, MARY (JAMES GAINES),Henry,Philip) She married DAVID ROUSSEAU January 26, 1801.

Child of CATHERINE GAINES and DAVID ROUSSEAU is:

1.GENERAL LOVELL HARRISON10 ROUSSEAU, b. August 04, 1818, near Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky; d. January 07, 1869, New Orleans, Louisiana.

GENERAL LOVELL HARRISON ROUSSEAU was a Representative from Kentucky; attended the common schools; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1841 and began practice in Bloomfield, Indiana; member of the Indiana State house of representatives in 1844 and 1845; captain in the Mexican War; served in the Indiana State senate 1847-1849; returned to Kentucky in 1849 and resumed the practice of law in Louisville; member of the Kentucky State senate 1860-1861; served as a colonel, brigadier general, and major general in the Union Army during the Civil War and resigned November 17, 1865; elected as a Unconditional Unionist to the 39th Congress and served from March 4, 1865, to July 21, 1866, when he resigned, after having made an assualt upon Representative Grinnell, of Iowa, in the Capitol Building; censured by the House of Representatives on July 24, 1866, for his assualt on Grinnell; was subsequently reelected to fill the vacancy caused by his own resignation and took his seat December 3, 1866, and served until March 3, 1867; appointed a brigadier general in the Regular Army with the brevet rank of major general on March 27, 1867, and assigned to duty in Alaska; on July 28, 1868, was placed in command of the Department of Louisiana and served in that capacity until his death in New Orleans, Louisiana, January 07, 1869; interment in Arlington National Cemetary.

THOMAS BROADUS (CATHERINE GAINES, MARY(JAMES GAINES), Henry, Philip). He married SUSANNAH (FERGUSON) WHITE.

Child of THOMAS BROADUS and SUSANNAH WHITE is:

1.EDMUND BROADUS, b. May 05, 1793, Culpeper County, Virginia; d. June 27, 1850, Charlottesville, Virginia.

BEHETHLAND GAINES (JAMES, ISABELLA (WILLIAM GAINES),HENRY.PHILIP) was born 1773 in Stokes, North Carolina. She married JAMES LYON 1794 in Stokes, North Carolina.

Child of BEHETHLAND GAINES and JAMES LYON is:

1.FRANCIS STROTHER LYON, b. February 25, 1800, near Danbury, Stokes County, North Carolina; d. December 31, 1882, Demopolis, Alabama; m. SARAH SERENA GLOVER, March 04, 1824. FRANCIS STROTHER LYON was a Representative from Alabama; attended the common schools; moved to St. Stephens (an Indian agency), Alabama, in 1817; employed in the bank of St. Stephens and in the office of the clerk of the county court; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1821 and commenced practice in Demopolis; secretary of the State senate 1822-1830; member of the State senate in 1833; reelected to the State senate in 1834 and served as president of that body; elected as an Anti-Jacksonian to the 24th Congress and reelected as a Whig to the 25th Congress (March 4, 1835-March 3, 1839); was not a candidate for renomination; resumed the practice of law and also engaged in agriculture; in 1845, when the State banks were placed in liquidation, he was selected as one of three commissioners to adjust all claims and was afterward chosen sole commissioner until the final settlement in 1853; chairman of the Democratic State convention in 1860; delegate to the Democratic National Convention at Charleston in 1860, when the southern delegates withdrew, he among them; member of the State house of Representatives in 1861; elected to the Provisional Confederate Congress but declined to serve; elected to the First and Second Confederate Congresses and served from 1862 until the close of the Civil War; delegate to the State constitutional convention in 1875 and made the draft of the constitution adopted by the convention; again elected to the State senate in 1876; died in Demopolis, Alabama, December 31, 1882; interment in the Old Glover Vault.

GEORGE STROTHER GAINES (JAMES, ISABELLA (WILLIAM GAINES),HENRY.PHILIP) was born May 01, 1784 in Stokes County, North Carolina, and died January 21, 1873 in State Line, Mississippi. He married ANN GAINES Abt. 1812.

GEORGE STROTHER GAINES served as assistant factor and then factor of the Choctaw trading house (1805-1818), cashier of Tombeckbee Bank in St. Stephens (1818-1822), a merchant in Demopolis (1822-1832), and finally a banker and merchant in Mobile (1832-1843). In addition, Gaines played a role in Indian-white relations during the Creek War of 1813-14, served a two-year term in the Alabama Senate (1825-1827), led a Choctaw exploring party to the new Choctaw lands in the West following the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek (1830-1831), and served as the superintendent of Choctaw removal (1831-32). Wrote a book in 1871 at the age of 87 "The Reminiscences of George Strother Gaines."

Child of GEORGE GAINES and ANN GAINES is:

1.FRANCIS YOUNG GAINES, b. 1825, Demopolis, Alabama; d. January 26, 1873, Tuscahoma, Alabama.

Major Francis Young Gaines; classmate of General U.S. Grant's at West Point; served under Grant in the Mexican War; declined cabinet position under Grant; declined Governorship of Alabama.

FRANCES GAINES (BENJAMIN, ISABELLA (WILLIAM GAINES),HENRY.PHILIP) was born Abt. 1755 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died 1817 in Culpeper County, Virginia. She married JOSHUA BOTTS 1771 in Culpeper County, Virginia.

Child of FRANCES GAINES and JOSHUA BOTTS is:

1.BENJAMIN GAINES BOTTS, b. April 29, 1776, Dumfries, Prince William County, Virginia; d. December 26, 1811, Richmond, Virginia.

JAMES STROTHER GAINES (THOMAS,ISABELLA (WILLIAM GAINES),HENRY.PHILIP) was born 1769 in Stokes, North Carolina. He married JUDITH EASLEY December 07, 1790 in Stokes, North Carolina.

Child of JAMES GAINES and JUDITH EASLEY is:

1. PHILIP PENDLETON GAINES, b. December 04, 1811, Grainger County, Tennessee; d. October 17, 1853, Mobile, Alabama.

Col. Edmund Pendleton (Henry, John, Henry, Philip),b Oct 24, 1786 d Dec 12,1838 of Cuckooville in Louisa Co., Va., to which place his father had removed some years previous to his death, and there died in November, 1822, aged sixty-three years. Of him, Mr. John S. Pendleton's record is imperfect, but he was regarded as remarkable for the vigor of his intellect and for his integrity of character. For many years he filled the position of justice of the peace, and repeatedly served the county of his adoption in the Legislature of Virginia. Col. Edmund Pendleton marched into the service of his country in the War of 1812 as captain of a company from his native county. At the death of his father, Col. Edmund, partly as divisor, but principally as purchaser, succeeded to the Cuckoo property, moved to it in December, 1823, and there d. December, 1838, aged fifty-three years. He m'd Feb 10,1808 Unity Yancey Kimbrough daughter Capt Joseph and Elizabeth Yancy Kimbrough

Children

1. Dr. Madison Pendleton b Jan 9,1809 d May 18,1871 , engaged in the practice of his profession since early manhood. Married Dec 17,1829 Elizabeth Kimbrough Barrett daughter of Peter Strachan and Matilda Pendleton Barrett

2. Joseph Kimbrough Pendleton b Dec 5,1810 d in 1883 attorney-at-law. Married Charlotte Harris m'd in 1836 Charlotte Rebecca Harris.

3. William Kimbrough Pendleton, Professor and President of Bethany College, W. Va. Married, 1st Oct,1840, Lavinia M. Campbell; 2nd July,1845 his first wife sister, Clarinda Campbell; 3rd Sept 19,1855, Catherine Huntington King.

4. Dr. Philip Barbour Pendleton Married Jane Kimbrough Holladay.

5. Henry Pendleton b July 15, 1824 d Apr 17,1845. at the age of eighteen.

6. Sarah Louisa Pendleton b Mar 17,1822 d.undmarried Arp 4,1844 aged twenty.

7 Elizabeth b Jan 9,1813 d in 1830 m'd in 1829 William Thompson Goodwin

8 Alcey Anne Winston b Aur 27,1815 and d Oct 21,1816

EDMUND PENDLETON (HENRY HARWOOD, JOHN, Henry, Philip,) died 1832. He married UNITY YANCEY KIMBROUGH.

Children of EDMUND PENDLETON and UNITY KIMBROUGH are:

1. WILLIAM KIMBROUGH PENDLETON, b. September 08, 1817, Louisa County, Virginia; d. December 03, 1899.

2. MADISON PENDLETON.

JOSEPH WINSTON PENDLETON (HENRY HARWOOD, JOHN, Henry, Philip) He married ELIZABETH MINOR GOODWIN.

Child of JOSEPH PENDLETON and ELIZABETH GOODWIN is:

1.(LT. COLONEL) JOSEPH HENRY PENDLETON, b. 1827; d. 1881.

Lt. Colonel Joseph Henry Pendleton, Confederate States of America, General & Staff, Quartermaster Department. United States Marine Corps Base Joseph H. Pendleton, the Corps largest amphibious assualt training facility, encompassing 17 miles of Southern California coastline and 125,000 acres is named after him.

Edmund JR (Edmund Pendleton "JR", John, Henry, Philip) was born April 18, 1774 in Caroline County, Virginia, and died January 23, 1847. He was married twice 1st Aug 23,1794 Jane Burwell Page daughter of John and Elizabeth Burwell Page and 2nd May 16,1798 Lucy Nelson daughter of Col Hugh and Judith Page Nelson of Yorktown

He eldest son and child of Edmund Pendleton, of White Plains, same county, and Mildred (called Milly) Pollard, his wife; eldest son and child of John Pendleton, of same county and Mary Taylor, his wife; eldest son and child of Philip Pendleton, of Norwich, England and Caroline County (formed out of New Kent Co.), Virginia, progenitor of the Pendleton family in Virginia and Isabella Hurt or Hart, his wife, was born at the second above named place, April 18, 1774. The date of his death is unknown.

The estate called "Edmundton" was given to him by his greatuncle, Judge Edmund Pendleton. Married, first (August 23, 1794), Jane Burwell, eldest daughter and about the second child of John Page, of Caroline Co., Va., and Elizabeth (called "Betty"), his wife. The latter was the mother of Capt. Hugh N. Page (U. S. Navy) and others, and was burned to death in the Richmond (Virginia) Theatre, December 26, 1811.

Children of EDMUND JR. and Jane Burwell Page are:

1. Elizabeth Page Pendleton, b. at "Edmundton," Caroline Co., Va., about 1795. Married (April 18, 1817) John C. Sutton, of Norfolk City, Va. She died, leaving eleven children.;

Edmund Pendleton, Jr., married, second (May 16, 1798), Lucy, second daughter and child of Col. Hugh Nelson, of Yorktown, York Co., Va., and Judith Page, his wife.

1. Hugh Nelson Pendleton, eldest child, b. at "Edmundton," Caroline Co., Va., April 13, 1800 d. May 27, 1875.; removed first to Clarke and then to Wythe Co., Va. Married, 1st Feb. 20, 1829 his cousin Lucy Nelson daughter of Chandller Robert Nelson of Williamsburg the young son of Thomas Nelson and Judith Carter Page ; 2nd May 8,1839 Elizabeth Digges b Jan 11,1814 d Oct 22,1876 daughter of Dudley Digges of "Locust Grove" Louisa Co and his wife Alice Gymes Page.

2. Mildred Pendleton, b. at same place, March 21, 1802. Married (Nov. 17, 1825) Edmund A. Pendleton, of Augusta, Georgia.

3. Judith Page Pendleton, b. at "Edmundton," Caroline Co., Va., Dec. 8, 1803. Married June 6,1826 Robert H. Harrison, of the same county; she d. leaving issue

4. Dr. Francis Walker Pendleton, b. at "Edmundton," Caroline Co., Va., Dec. 7, 1808; removed to Warsaw, Richmond Co., Va. Married Jan 27 1834 his cousin Sarah Frances Turner daughter of Daniel Turner, of Caroline Co., Va. and wife Sarah Pendleton

5.(BRIG. GENERAL and a minister) William Nelson Pendleton, b. Richmond, Va., Dec. 26, 1809; removed to Lexington, Rockbridge Co., Va., where he died Jan. 15, 1883, aged seventy-four years. M'd July 15,1831 Anzolette Page, of Rugswamp, Hanover Co., Va daughter of Francis and Susan Nelson Page

6. Robert Carter Pendleton, b. "Edmundton," Caroline Co., Va., Sept. 14, 1812; d. single, at Uniontown, Pa., in Apr 28, 1836, aged twenty-four years.

7. James Lawrence Pendleton, b. "Edmundton," Caroline Co., Va., about 1815; removed to Richmond, Va. Married in 1840 Annalethia Carter, daughter of Samuel S. Carter, of Richmond, Va. She d. there in 1881; he d. many years before.

8. Guerdon Huntingdon Pendleton, b. at "Edmundton," Caroline Co., Va., April 4, 1817; removed to Clarke Co., Va.; d. Jan 30,1878, aged sixty years. M'd May 11, 1854 Jane Byrd, daughter of Mann Randolph Page.

John Pendleton(Edmund, John, Henry, Philip), married Anne Lewis, daughter of John Lewis. Issue: I. John Lewis Pendleton((6)), b. 1790.;

II. Edmund Allen Pendleton, b. 1791. Married his cousin, Mildred, daughter of his uncle, Edmund Pendleton. Issue:;I. Edmund Pendleton.;II. William Pendleton.;III. Hugh Pendleton.;IV. John Pendleton.; V. Armistead Pendleton.;VI. Nannie Pendleton.;

III. Eliza Allen Pendleton, b. 1793.

IV. Mary Ann Pendleton, b. 1795.

V. Eveline Mildred Pendleton, b. 1797.

VI. William Armistead Pendleton, b. 1798.

VII. William Pendleton, b. 1801; d. in Kentucky, leaving issue.

VIII. Charles Lewis Pendleton, b. 1805; d. in Richmond, leaving one son, living in Baltimore, Md.

IX. Robert Taylor Pendleton, d. in Caroline. His only son living in Baltimore, with J. B. West & Co.

X. Benjamin Pendleton, b. 1806; d. single.

XI. Nathaniel Philip Henry Pendleton, lived in Port Royal, Va

FRANCES PENDLETON (EDMUND, JOHN, HENERY, PHILIP) was born 1767, and died 1831. She married ROBERT TAYLOR 1784, son of ERASMUS TAYLOR and JANE MOORE.

ROBERT TAYLOR was a Representative from Virginia; completed preparatory studies; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1783 and commenced practice at Orange Court House, Virginia; held several local offices; member of the State senate 1804-1815, and served as president pro tempore; elected to the 19th Congress (March 4,1825-March 3,1827); devoted his attention to the management of his plantation; died on his estate, "Meadow Farm," in Orange County, Virginia, July 3,1845; interment in the family burying ground at "Meadow Farm."

Children of FRANCES PENDLETON and ROBERT TAYLOR are:

1. MILDRED TAYLOR, b. August 27, 1787; d. 1854; m. HAY TALIAFERRO, February 07, 1805, Caroline County, Virginia.

2. ALEXANDER F. TAYLOR, b. March 04, 1807; d. August 04, 1871; m. MILDRED CORNELIA LINDSAY, 1837.

3. DR. EDMUND PENDLETON TAYLOR, m. MILDRED TURNER, December 23, 1817, Orange County, Virginia.

LUCY PENN (JOHN,JOHN, HENERY, PHILIP) was born in Caroline County, Virginia. She married (COLONEL) JOHN TAYLOR Bet. 1781 - 1783, son of JAMES TAYLOR and ANNE POLLARD.

A Senator from Virginia known as " John Taylor of Caroline " to distinguish him from others of the same name; born in Caroline County, Virginia. Educated by private tutors; studied at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1770-1772; studied law; was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Caroline County in 1774; served in the Revolutionary War as Major and Colonel; member, State house of delegates 1779-1785, with the exception of 1782, and 1796-1800; retired from the practice of law and engaged in agricultural pursuits; elected in 1792 to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Richard Henry Lee; reelected in 1793 and served from October 18, 1792, until his resignation on May 11,1794; presidential elector in 1797; appointed to the United States Senate as a Republican to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Stevens T. Mason and served from June 4 to December 7,1803, when a successor was elected; was not a candidate for election to fill the vacancy; elected in 1822 to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of James Pleasants; reelected in 1823, and served from December 18,1822, until his death in Caroline County, Virginia, August 21, 1824; political theorist; internment on Hazelwood Farm, near Port Royal, Caroline County, Virginia. Was an intimate associate with Thomas Jefferson whose political opinions he held. Taylor County, Kentucky was named after him. Was opposed to Ratification of U.S. Constitution, too many flaws.

Children of LUCY PENN and (COLONEL) TAYLOR are:

1.DR. JOHN TAYLOR JR., m. LUCY GREGORY WOODFORD.

2.GEORGE TAYLOR, m. CATHARINE RANDOLPH.

3.WILLIAM PENN TAYLOR, b. Fredricksburg, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; d. "Hayfield," Caroline County, Virginia; m. ELIZABETH MOORE.

WILLIAM PENN TAYLOR was a Representative from Virginia; born in Fredricksburg, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; received a limited schooling; held several offices; elected as a Anti-Jacksonian to the 23rd Congress (March 4,1833-March 3,1835); was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1834 to the 24th Congress; died at "Hayfield," Caroline County, Virginia, near Fredricksburg, Virginia; interment in the family graveyard at "Hayfield."

4. HENRY TAYLOR, m. JULIA DUNLAP LEIPER.

Dr. William James Pendleton (Henry, John, Henry, Philip), b. May 31,1809; d. Jan 7,1772. Married in 1831 Catherine Mary Harris, daughter Frederick and Catherin Snelson Smith Harris

Children

1 Dr. David Harris Pendleton, b. 1832; d. 1859. Married Juliana Hunter.

2 Frederick Harry b 1836 d unmarried in 1898

3 Julianna b May 13,1839 d May 12,1926 md 1st Mar 13,1860 Thomas William Meredith and 2nd May 3,1870 her cousin Capt William Barret Pendleton

4 Alice Winston b Jan 7,1813 d Sept 14,1828

Dr. Joseph W. Pendleton (Henry, John, Henry, Philip). Married Elizabeth Hawes Goodwin.

Children

1. Maj. Joseph Henry b in 1827 d in 1818, Md in 1848 Margaret Campbell Ewing, daughter of Albert Gallatin and Jane Campbell Ewing.

2. John O. Pendleton, b. 1829. Married in 1851 Annie Lewis Harris, daughter of John Overton Harris and wife Barbara Wingfield Terrell. Two children Sarah and John

3 John Hardin died young

4 Mary Burnley, b. 1833, d in 1903, Md in 1857 Prof. Charles Joseph Kemper.

5. Elizabeth Henly b 1834 d 1871 Married in 1854 Dr. John Anderson.

6. Lucy Catherine md George W. K. Baylor

Edmund (Henry, John, Henry, Philip). B oct 24,1786 d Dec 12,1838, md Feb 10,1808 Unity Yancey Kimbrough b Nov 28,1787 d Dec 23,1866, daughter of Capt Joseph and Elizabeth Yancey Kimbrough.

Children

1 Madison b Jan 9,1809, d May 18,1871,md Dec 17,1829 his cousin Elizabeth Kimbrough Barrett, daughter of Peter Strachan and Matilda Winston Pendleton Barrett.

2 Joseph Kimbrough b Dec 5,1810 d in 1883 md in 1836 Charolette Rebecca Harris, sister to Catherine Mary Harris (wife of Dr. William James Pendleton)

3 William Kimbrough b Sept 8,1817 in Yanceyville,VA d Sept 1,1899 in Bethany WVA, md 1st Oct 1840 Lavinia M Campbell daughter of Alexander Campbell; 2nd July 1848, Clarinda Campbell a sister his first wife; 3rd Sept 19,1855 Catherine Huntington King. Daughter of Judge Leicester King of Hartford, Conn.

4 Philip Barbour md Jan Kimbrought Holladay

5 Henry b July 15,1824 d unmarried Apr 17,1845

7 Sarah Louisa b Mar 17,1822 d unmarried Apr 4,1844

8 Elizabeth Kimbrough b Jan 9,1813 d 1930 m;d 1829 William Thompson Goodwin

9 Alcy Anne Winston b Aug 27,1815 d Oct 21,1816

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