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Male Nace

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Male Nace||p15.htm#i10501|Russell A Nace||p15.htm#i10502|Viola G. Keller||p12.htm#i8865|||||||Ambrose A. W. Keller|b. Sep 1879|p12.htm#i8261|Martha H. (?)|b. 1883|p1.htm#i63|
     Male Nace is the son of Russell A Nace and Viola G. Keller.

Russell A Nace

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Child of Russell A Nace and Viola G. Keller

Felix Naf1

M, b. 4 October 1587, d. 1649
Felix Naf|b. 4 Oct 1587\nd. 1649|p15.htm#i10503|Ulrich Naf|b. 1550\nd. 1591|p15.htm#i10506|Verena Huber|b. 1554\nd. 10 Feb 1628|p11.htm#i7744|Marx Näf|b. 1500\nd. 1571|p15.htm#i10529||||Martin Huber|b. 1530\nd. 1575|p11.htm#i7743|Anna Schmidlin|b. 1526\nd. 13 Jul 1616|p17.htm#i12301|
     Felix Naf was born on 4 October 1587 at Heisch, Hausen, Switzerland.1 He was the son of Ulrich Naf and Verena Huber. Felix Naf died in 1649 at Affoltern, Am Albis, Cn Zurich, Switzerland.1

Child of Felix Naf and Anna Ringer

Citations

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Hans Naf1

M, b. 1467, d. 11 October 1531
Hans Naf|b. 1467\nd. 11 Oct 1531|p15.htm#i10504|Hans Naf|b. 1430\nd. 1500|p15.htm#i10505|Verena Naf|b. 1388\nd. 1455|p15.htm#i10507|Heinrich Neff|b. 1388\nd. 1448|p15.htm#i10542|Verena Naf|b. 1388\nd. 1455|p15.htm#i10508|||||||
     Hans Naf was born in 1467 at Heisch, Hausen, Switzerland.1 He was the son of Hans Naf and Verena Naf. Hans Naf died on 11 October 1531 at Kappel, Switzerland.1

Child of Hans Naf and Katherina Huber

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Hans Naf1

M, b. 1430, d. 1500
Hans Naf|b. 1430\nd. 1500|p15.htm#i10505|Heinrich Neff|b. 1388\nd. 1448|p15.htm#i10542|Verena Naf|b. 1388\nd. 1455|p15.htm#i10508|Hans Neff|b. 1366\nd. 1406|p15.htm#i10541||||||||||
     Hans Naf was born in 1430 at Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.1 He was the son of Heinrich Neff and Verena Naf. Hans Naf died in 1500 at Rengg, Switzerland.1

Child of Hans Naf and Verena Naf

Citations

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Ulrich Naf1

M, b. 1550, d. 1591
Ulrich Naf|b. 1550\nd. 1591|p15.htm#i10506|Marx Näf|b. 1500\nd. 1571|p15.htm#i10529||||Hans Naf|b. 1467\nd. 11 Oct 1531|p15.htm#i10504|Katherina Huber|b. 1470\nd. 1504|p11.htm#i7742|||||||
     Ulrich Naf was born in 1550 at Heisch, Hausen Am Albis, Zurich, Switzerland.1 He was the son of Marx Näf. Ulrich Naf died in 1591 at Hausen, Zurich, Switzerland.1

Child of Ulrich Naf and Verena Huber

Citations

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Verena Naf1

F, b. 1388, d. 1455
     Verena Naf was born in 1388 at Hausen, Albis, Zurich, Switzerland.1 She died in 1455 at Switzerland.1

Child of Verena Naf and Hans Naf

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Verena Naf1

F, b. 1388, d. 1455
     Verena Naf was born in 1388 at Hausen, Albis, Zurich, Switzerland.1 She died in 1455 at Switzerland.1

Child of Verena Naf and Heinrich Neff

Citations

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Albert I Namur1

M, b. 975, d. 1011
     Albert I Namur was born in 975 at Lower, Lorraine, France.1 He died in 1011 at Namur, Namur, Belgium.1

Child of Albert I Namur and (?) Ermegarde Of Lorraine

Citations

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Albert II Count of Namur

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Albert II Count of Namur||p15.htm#i10510|Albert I Namur|b. 975\nd. 1011|p15.htm#i10509|(?) Ermegarde Of Lorraine|b. 982\nd. 1019|p7.htm#i5103|||||||||||||
     Albert II Count of Namur is the son of Albert I Namur and (?) Ermegarde Of Lorraine.

Child of Albert II Count of Namur and (?) Regilinda

Caroline Nance

F, b. 1848
Caroline Nance|b. 1848|p15.htm#i10511|William M Nance|b. 1817|p15.htm#i10518|Susan Keller|b. 28 Sep 1818|p12.htm#i8834|||||||Jonathon Keller|b. 26 Oct 1790\nd. 1 Jan 1848|p12.htm#i8596|Mary Fleshman|b. 29 Mar 1790\nd. 29 Apr 1872|p8.htm#i5406|
     Caroline Nance was born in 1848 at Indiana. She was the daughter of William M Nance and Susan Keller.

James Nance

M, b. March 1850
James Nance|b. Mar 1850|p15.htm#i10512|William M Nance|b. 1817|p15.htm#i10518|Susan Keller|b. 28 Sep 1818|p12.htm#i8834|||||||Jonathon Keller|b. 26 Oct 1790\nd. 1 Jan 1848|p12.htm#i8596|Mary Fleshman|b. 29 Mar 1790\nd. 29 Apr 1872|p8.htm#i5406|
     James Nance was born in March 1850 at Indiana. He was the son of William M Nance and Susan Keller.

Joseph Nance

M, b. 1838
Joseph Nance|b. 1838|p15.htm#i10513|William M Nance|b. 1817|p15.htm#i10518|Susan Keller|b. 28 Sep 1818|p12.htm#i8834|||||||Jonathon Keller|b. 26 Oct 1790\nd. 1 Jan 1848|p12.htm#i8596|Mary Fleshman|b. 29 Mar 1790\nd. 29 Apr 1872|p8.htm#i5406|
     Joseph Nance was born in 1838 at Indiana. He was the son of William M Nance and Susan Keller.

Louisa Nance

F, b. 1842
Louisa Nance|b. 1842|p15.htm#i10514|William M Nance|b. 1817|p15.htm#i10518|Susan Keller|b. 28 Sep 1818|p12.htm#i8834|||||||Jonathon Keller|b. 26 Oct 1790\nd. 1 Jan 1848|p12.htm#i8596|Mary Fleshman|b. 29 Mar 1790\nd. 29 Apr 1872|p8.htm#i5406|
     Louisa Nance was born in 1842 at Indiana. She was the daughter of William M Nance and Susan Keller.

Sarah Nance

F, b. 1843
Sarah Nance|b. 1843|p15.htm#i10515|William M Nance|b. 1817|p15.htm#i10518|Susan Keller|b. 28 Sep 1818|p12.htm#i8834|||||||Jonathon Keller|b. 26 Oct 1790\nd. 1 Jan 1848|p12.htm#i8596|Mary Fleshman|b. 29 Mar 1790\nd. 29 Apr 1872|p8.htm#i5406|
     Sarah Nance was born in 1843 at Indiana. She was the daughter of William M Nance and Susan Keller.

Thomas Nance

M, b. 1845
Thomas Nance|b. 1845|p15.htm#i10516|William M Nance|b. 1817|p15.htm#i10518|Susan Keller|b. 28 Sep 1818|p12.htm#i8834|||||||Jonathon Keller|b. 26 Oct 1790\nd. 1 Jan 1848|p12.htm#i8596|Mary Fleshman|b. 29 Mar 1790\nd. 29 Apr 1872|p8.htm#i5406|
     Thomas Nance was born in 1845 at Indiana. He was the son of William M Nance and Susan Keller.

Washington Nance

M, b. 1839
Washington Nance|b. 1839|p15.htm#i10517|William M Nance|b. 1817|p15.htm#i10518|Susan Keller|b. 28 Sep 1818|p12.htm#i8834|||||||Jonathon Keller|b. 26 Oct 1790\nd. 1 Jan 1848|p12.htm#i8596|Mary Fleshman|b. 29 Mar 1790\nd. 29 Apr 1872|p8.htm#i5406|
     Washington Nance was born in 1839 at Indiana. He was the son of William M Nance and Susan Keller.

William M Nance

M, b. 1817
     William M Nance was born in 1817 at North Carolina, USA. He married Susan Keller, daughter of Jonathon Keller and Mary Fleshman, on 8 July 1837 at Wabash, Indiana.

Children of William M Nance and Susan Keller

(?) Nancy

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Child of (?) Nancy and Thomas Helton

(?) Nancy

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     (?) Nancy married Samuel L. 'Sam' Keller, son of James Dulan 'Jim' Keller and Lillie Mae Dishman.

Children of (?) Nancy and Samuel L. 'Sam' Keller

(?) Nancy

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Child of (?) Nancy

(?) Nancy

F, b. 1805
     (?) Nancy was born in 1805 at Tennessee, USA.

Lambert I of Nantes

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Child of Lambert I of Nantes

Mathieu Count of Nantes

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Mathieu Count of Nantes||p15.htm#i10524|Hoel II Duke of Brittany|d. 1084|p4.htm#i2458|Hawise of Brittany|b. 1038\nd. 1172|p4.htm#i2457|||||||Alan I. D. o. Brittany|b. 997\nd. 1 Oct 1040|p4.htm#i2446|Bertha De Blois|b. 1015\nd. 11 Apr 1085|p6.htm#i4211|
     Mathieu Count of Nantes is the son of Hoel II Duke of Brittany and Hawise of Brittany.

(?) Nanthild

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Child of (?) Nanthild and Dagobert I King of Neustria

Berengaria Princess Of Navarre1

F, b. 1163, d. 1230
     Her married name was Plantagenet. Berengaria Princess Of Navarre was born in 1163 at Pampeluna, Navarra, Spain.1 She married Richard I the Lion-Heart Plantagenet, son of Henry II Plantagenet and Eleanor Of Aquitaine, on 12 May 1191 at Limassol, Limassol, Cyprus. Berengaria Princess Of Navarre died in 1230 at Abbey De Espans, Sarthe, France.1

Citations

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Blanche Princess of Navarre

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     Blanche Princess of Navarre married John I The Red, son of Peter I De Dreux and Alix of Thouars Duchess of Brittany, in 1236.

Patricia Navey1

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     Patricia Navey married Edwin Yates Harrill, son of Edwin Yates Harrill and Beulah Falls, circa 1963.1

Citations

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Marx Näf1

M, b. 1500, d. 1571
Marx Näf|b. 1500\nd. 1571|p15.htm#i10529|Hans Naf|b. 1467\nd. 11 Oct 1531|p15.htm#i10504|Katherina Huber|b. 1470\nd. 1504|p11.htm#i7742|Hans Naf|b. 1430\nd. 1500|p15.htm#i10505|Verena Naf|b. 1388\nd. 1455|p15.htm#i10507|||||||
     Marx Näf was born in 1500 at Vollenweid, Zurich, Switzerland.1 He was the son of Hans Naf and Katherina Huber. Marx Näf died in 1571 at Heisch, Hausen Am Albis, Zurich, Switzerland.1

Child of Marx Näf

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Hannand Neale

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     Hannand Neale married James Carter, son of Thomas Carter Sr and Katherine Dale, on 3 October 1715.

Gladys Nease1

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Citations

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Alice H Nedry1

F, b. 30 December 1891, d. 27 August 1981
Alice H Nedry|b. 30 Dec 1891\nd. 27 Aug 1981|p15.htm#i10532|David Simpson Nedry|b. 18 Mar 1854\nd. 20 Apr 1924|p15.htm#i10534|Leona Bland|b. 4 Sep 1858\nd. 22 Sep 1895|p3.htm#i2016|Warwick Nedry|b. 11 Jun 1831\nd. 14 Jul 1905|p15.htm#i10539|Nancy A. Beery|b. 18 Mar 1824\nd. Nov 1902|p2.htm#i1254|||||||
     Alice H Nedry was born on 30 December 1891 at Wood, Ohio, USA.1 She was the daughter of David Simpson Nedry and Leona Bland. Alice H Nedry died on 27 August 1981 at Flint, Michigan, USA, at age 89.1

Citations

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Bertha Pearl Nedry1

F, b. 17 September 1889, d. 10 February 1954
Bertha Pearl Nedry|b. 17 Sep 1889\nd. 10 Feb 1954|p15.htm#i10533|David Simpson Nedry|b. 18 Mar 1854\nd. 20 Apr 1924|p15.htm#i10534|Leona Bland|b. 4 Sep 1858\nd. 22 Sep 1895|p3.htm#i2016|Warwick Nedry|b. 11 Jun 1831\nd. 14 Jul 1905|p15.htm#i10539|Nancy A. Beery|b. 18 Mar 1824\nd. Nov 1902|p2.htm#i1254|||||||
     Bertha Pearl Nedry was born on 17 September 1889 at Bowling Green, Wood, Ohio, USA.1 She was the daughter of David Simpson Nedry and Leona Bland. Bertha Pearl Nedry died on 10 February 1954 at Moddersville, Michigan, USA, at age 64.1

Citations

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David Simpson Nedry1

M, b. 18 March 1854, d. 20 April 1924
David Simpson Nedry|b. 18 Mar 1854\nd. 20 Apr 1924|p15.htm#i10534|Warwick Nedry|b. 11 Jun 1831\nd. 14 Jul 1905|p15.htm#i10539|Nancy A Beery|b. 18 Mar 1824\nd. Nov 1902|p2.htm#i1254|||||||Henry Beery|b. 2 Jan 1800\nd. 4 Dec 1868|p2.htm#i1081|Amy Perkey|d. 15 Mar 1893|p15.htm#i10990|
     David Simpson Nedry was born on 18 March 1854 at Melmore, Seneca, Ohio, USA.1 He was the son of Warwick Nedry and Nancy A Beery. David Simpson Nedry married Leona Bland on 6 November 1876.1 David Simpson Nedry died on 20 April 1924 at Harrison, Missaukee, Michigan, USA, at age 70.1

Child of David Simpson Nedry and Mary Olney

Children of David Simpson Nedry and Leona Bland

Citations

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Fredrick James Nedry1

M, b. 23 April 1887, d. 19 September 1953
Fredrick James Nedry|b. 23 Apr 1887\nd. 19 Sep 1953|p15.htm#i10535|David Simpson Nedry|b. 18 Mar 1854\nd. 20 Apr 1924|p15.htm#i10534|Leona Bland|b. 4 Sep 1858\nd. 22 Sep 1895|p3.htm#i2016|Warwick Nedry|b. 11 Jun 1831\nd. 14 Jul 1905|p15.htm#i10539|Nancy A. Beery|b. 18 Mar 1824\nd. Nov 1902|p2.htm#i1254|||||||
     Fredrick James Nedry was born on 23 April 1887 at Bowling Green, Wood, Ohio, USA.1 He was the son of David Simpson Nedry and Leona Bland. Fredrick James Nedry died on 19 September 1953 at Cadillac, Wexford, Michigan, USA, at age 66.1

Citations

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Jennie Lea Nedry1

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Jennie Lea Nedry||p15.htm#i10536|David Simpson Nedry|b. 18 Mar 1854\nd. 20 Apr 1924|p15.htm#i10534|Mary Olney|b. 26 Oct 1886\nd. 17 Jul 1983|p15.htm#i10657|Warwick Nedry|b. 11 Jun 1831\nd. 14 Jul 1905|p15.htm#i10539|Nancy A. Beery|b. 18 Mar 1824\nd. Nov 1902|p2.htm#i1254|||||||
     Jennie Lea Nedry is the daughter of David Simpson Nedry and Mary Olney. Jennie Lea Nedry married Paul Joseph Weber.1

Citations

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Jesse Earl Nedry1

M, b. 11 December 1882, d. 18 April 1962
Jesse Earl Nedry|b. 11 Dec 1882\nd. 18 Apr 1962|p15.htm#i10537|David Simpson Nedry|b. 18 Mar 1854\nd. 20 Apr 1924|p15.htm#i10534|Leona Bland|b. 4 Sep 1858\nd. 22 Sep 1895|p3.htm#i2016|Warwick Nedry|b. 11 Jun 1831\nd. 14 Jul 1905|p15.htm#i10539|Nancy A. Beery|b. 18 Mar 1824\nd. Nov 1902|p2.htm#i1254|||||||
     Jesse Earl Nedry was born on 11 December 1882 at Tiffin, Wood, Ohio, USA.1 He was the son of David Simpson Nedry and Leona Bland. Jesse Earl Nedry died on 18 April 1962 at Traverse City, Michigan, USA, at age 79.1

Citations

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Margaret Mae Nedry1

F, b. 16 March 1885, d. 26 July 1946
Margaret Mae Nedry|b. 16 Mar 1885\nd. 26 Jul 1946|p15.htm#i10538|David Simpson Nedry|b. 18 Mar 1854\nd. 20 Apr 1924|p15.htm#i10534|Leona Bland|b. 4 Sep 1858\nd. 22 Sep 1895|p3.htm#i2016|Warwick Nedry|b. 11 Jun 1831\nd. 14 Jul 1905|p15.htm#i10539|Nancy A. Beery|b. 18 Mar 1824\nd. Nov 1902|p2.htm#i1254|||||||
     Margaret Mae Nedry was born on 16 March 1885 at Wood, Ohio, USA.1 She was the daughter of David Simpson Nedry and Leona Bland. Margaret Mae Nedry died on 26 July 1946 at Sycamore, Ohio, USA, at age 61.1

Citations

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Warwick Nedry1

M, b. 11 June 1831, d. 14 July 1905
     Warwick Nedry was born on 11 June 1831 at Crawford, Ohio, USA.1 He married Nancy A Beery, daughter of Henry Beery and Amy Perkey, on 15 February 1850 at Seneca, Ohio, USA.1 Warwick Nedry died on 14 July 1905 at Marion, Osceola, Michigan, USA, at age 74.1

Child of Warwick Nedry and Nancy A Beery

Citations

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Cleophe Neff1

F, b. 9 September 1671, d. 6 February 1758
Cleophe Neff|b. 9 Sep 1671\nd. 6 Feb 1758|p15.htm#i10540|Rudolf Neff|b. 14 Apr 1622\nd. 19 Dec 1677|p15.htm#i10543|Regina Zimmerman|b. 13 Dec 1629\nd. 3 Sep 1679|p21.htm#i15030|Felix Naf|b. 4 Oct 1587\nd. 1649|p15.htm#i10503|Anna Ringer|b. 5 Sep 1591\nd. 16 Nov 1628|p16.htm#i11847|||||||
     Cleophe Neff was born on 9 September 1671 at Michelfeld, Heidelberg, Baden, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Rudolf Neff and Regina Zimmerman. Cleophe Neff died on 6 February 1758 at Michelfeld, Heidelberg, Baden, Germany, at age 86.1

Child of Cleophe Neff and Hans Jakob Rudisuhle

Citations

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Hans Neff1

M, b. 1366, d. 1406
     Hans Neff was born in 1366 at Renng, Langnau, Zurich, Switzerland.1 He died in 1406 at Rengg, Switzerland.1

Child of Hans Neff

Citations

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Heinrich Neff1

M, b. 1388, d. 1448
Heinrich Neff|b. 1388\nd. 1448|p15.htm#i10542|Hans Neff|b. 1366\nd. 1406|p15.htm#i10541||||||||||||||||
     Heinrich Neff was born in 1388 at Rengg-Langnau, Canton Zurich, Zwitzerland.1 He was the son of Hans Neff. Heinrich Neff died in 1448 at Rengg, Switzerland.1

Child of Heinrich Neff and Verena Naf

Citations

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Rudolf Neff1

M, b. 14 April 1622, d. 19 December 1677
Rudolf Neff|b. 14 Apr 1622\nd. 19 Dec 1677|p15.htm#i10543|Felix Naf|b. 4 Oct 1587\nd. 1649|p15.htm#i10503|Anna Ringer|b. 5 Sep 1591\nd. 16 Nov 1628|p16.htm#i11847|Ulrich Naf|b. 1550\nd. 1591|p15.htm#i10506|Verena Huber|b. 1554\nd. 10 Feb 1628|p11.htm#i7744|||||||
     Rudolf Neff was born on 14 April 1622 at Heisch, Hausen Am Albis, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.1 He was the son of Felix Naf and Anna Ringer. Rudolf Neff died on 19 December 1677 at Michelfeld, Heidelberg, Baden, Germany, at age 55.1

Child of Rudolf Neff and Regina Zimmerman

Citations

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Hrolf Nefja1

M, b. 826, d. 847
Hrolf Nefja|b. 826\nd. 847|p15.htm#i10544|Rognvald Olafsson|b. 790\nd. 850|p15.htm#i10652||||Olaf Gudrodsson|b. 770\nd. 840|p9.htm#i6260||||||||||
     Hrolf Nefja was born in 826 at Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway.1 He was the son of Rognvald Olafsson. Hrolf Nefja died in 847 at Norway.1

Child of Hrolf Nefja

Citations

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Elizabeth Negley1

F, b. 20 September 1757, d. 11 April 1843
     Elizabeth Negley was born on 20 September 1757 at New Jersey, USA.1 She died on 11 April 1843 at New Market, Shendoah, Virginia, USA, at age 85.1

Children of Elizabeth Negley and Paul Henkel

Citations

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Catherine Neibel1

F, b. 14 January 1841, d. 8 April 1910
     Her married name was Corfman. Catherine Neibel was born on 14 January 1841 at Wyandot, Ohio, USA.1 She married William Corfman, son of Jacob Corfman and Mary Beery, on 6 May 1873 at Wyandot, Ohio, USA.1 Catherine Neibel died on 8 April 1910 at Sycamore, Ohio, USA, at age 69.1

Children of Catherine Neibel and William Corfman

Citations

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Andrea Rene Neilson1

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Andrea Rene Neilson||p15.htm#i10547|James Robert Neilson||p15.htm#i10550|Karen Rae Hoskins||p10.htm#i7068|||||||Donald R. Hoskins|b. 11 Apr 1914\nd. 24 Sep 1994|p10.htm#i7063|Thelma K. Huddle||p11.htm#i7832|
     Andrea Rene Neilson is the daughter of James Robert Neilson and Karen Rae Hoskins.

Citations

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Bradley Allen Neilson1

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Bradley Allen Neilson||p15.htm#i10548|James Robert Neilson||p15.htm#i10550|Karen Rae Hoskins||p10.htm#i7068|||||||Donald R. Hoskins|b. 11 Apr 1914\nd. 24 Sep 1994|p10.htm#i7063|Thelma K. Huddle||p11.htm#i7832|
     Bradley Allen Neilson is the son of James Robert Neilson and Karen Rae Hoskins.

Citations

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Clint James Neilson1

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Clint James Neilson||p15.htm#i10549|James Robert Neilson||p15.htm#i10550|Karen Rae Hoskins||p10.htm#i7068|||||||Donald R. Hoskins|b. 11 Apr 1914\nd. 24 Sep 1994|p10.htm#i7063|Thelma K. Huddle||p11.htm#i7832|
     Clint James Neilson is the son of James Robert Neilson and Karen Rae Hoskins.

Citations

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James Robert Neilson1

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Children of James Robert Neilson and Karen Rae Hoskins

Citations

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Barbara Neiswander1

F, b. 24 February 1786, d. 24 November 1874
     Barbara Neiswander was born on 24 February 1786 at Shenandoah, Virginia, USA.1 She died on 24 November 1874 at Darke, Ohio, USA, at age 88.1

Child of Barbara Neiswander and David Good

Citations

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(?) Nellie1

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     (?) Nellie married Theodore Roosevelt Sadler, son of Martin Luther Sadler and Nora Ellen Bess, in 1929.1

Citations

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(?) Nellie1

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     (?) Nellie married Franklin F Hoover, son of Pinkney Hoover and Martha L Hoke, in 1905.1

Children of (?) Nellie and Franklin F Hoover

Citations

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(?) Nelson1

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Citations

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Cassie Belle Nelson1

F, b. 25 February 1880
     Cassie Belle Nelson was born on 25 February 1880 at Harlan, Page, Iowa, USA.1

Child of Cassie Belle Nelson and Renwick Dugan

Citations

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Jeanne Victoria Nelson

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Children of Jeanne Victoria Nelson and Harding Everette Douglas

Ruth Nelson1

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Children of Ruth Nelson and Neal Matheson

Citations

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Una May Nelson1

F, b. 14 May 1930, d. 17 December 1996
     Una May Nelson was born on 14 May 1930 at Hayesville, Clay, North Carolina, USA.1 She died on 17 December 1996 at Canton, Stark, Ohio, USA, at age 66.1

Citations

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George E Nester1

M, b. 1881, d. 1949
     George E Nester was born in 1881.1 He died in 1949.1

Citations

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Berengar I of Neustria

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Berengar I of Neustria||p15.htm#i10560|Gebhard Count of the Lahngau||p13.htm#i9190||||||||||||||||
     Berengar I of Neustria is the son of Gebhard Count of the Lahngau.

Clovis II King of Neustria

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Clovis II King of Neustria||p15.htm#i10561|Dagobert I King of Neustria|b. 603\nd. 19 Jan 639|p15.htm#i10562|(?) Nanthild||p15.htm#i10525|Clothar I. K. o. t. Franks||p8.htm#i5540|(?) Haldetrude|b. 575\nd. 604|p9.htm#i6318|||||||
     Clovis II King of Neustria is the son of Dagobert I King of Neustria and (?) Nanthild.

Child of Clovis II King of Neustria and (?) Balthild

Dagobert I King of Neustria

M, b. 603, d. 19 January 639
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     Dagobert I King of Neustria Dagobert I (c. 603 - 19 January 639) was the king of Austrasia (623-634), king of all the Franks (629-634), and king of Neustria and Burgundy (629-639). He was the last Merovingian dynast to wield any real royal power. Dagobert was the first of the French kings to be buried in the royal tombs at Saint Denis Basilica.

Dagobert was the eldest son of Chlothar II and Haldetrude (575-604). Chlothar II had reigned alone over all the Franks since 613. In 623, Chlothar was forced to make Dagobert king of Austrasia by the nobility of that region, who wanted a king of their own.

When Chlothar II granted Austrasia to Dagobert, he initially excludedAlsace, the Vosges, and the Ardennes, but shortly thereafter the Austrasian nobility forced him to concede these regions to Dagobert. The rule of a Frank from the Austrasian heartland tied Alsace more closely to the Austrasian court. Dagobert created a new duchy (the later Duchyof Alsace) in southwest Austrasia to guard the region from Burgundianor Alemannic encroachments and ambitions. The duchy comprised the Vosges, the Burgundian Gate, and the Transjura. Dagobert made his courtier Gundoin the first duke of this new polity that was to last until the end of the Merovingian dynasty.

United rule
On the death of his father in 629, Dagobert inherited the Neustrian and Burgundian kingdoms. His half-brother Charibert, son of Sichilde, claimed Neustria but Dagobert opposed him. Brodulf, the brother of Sichilde, petitioned Dagobert on behalf of his young nephew, but Dagobert assassinated him and gave his younger sibling Aquitaine.

Charibert died in 632 and his son Chilperic was assassinated on Dagobert's orders. By 632, Dagobert had Burgundy and Aquitaine firmly underhis rule, becoming the most powerful Merovingian king in many years and the most respected ruler in the West.

In 631, Dagobert led three armies against Samo, the Slavic king, but his Austrasian forces were defeated at Wogastisburg.

Rule in Neustria, from Paris
Also in 632, the nobles of Austrasia revolted under the mayor of the palace, Pepin of Landen. In 634, Dagobert appeased the rebellious nobles by putting his three-year-old son, Sigebert III, on the throne, thereby ceding royal power in the easternmost of his realms, just as his father had done for him eleven years earlier.

As king, Dagobert made Paris his capital. During his reign, he built the Altes Schloss in Meersburg (in modern Germany), which today is theoldest inhabited castle in that country. Devoutly religious, Dagobertwas also responsible for the construction of the Saint Denis Basilicaat the site of a Benedictine monastery in Paris.

The pattern of division and assassination which characterise even thestrong king Dagobert's reign continued for the next century until Pepin the Short finally deposed the last Merovingian king in 751, establishing the Carolingian dynasty. The Merovingian boy-kings remained ineffective rulers who inherited the throne as young children and lived only long enough to produce a male heir or two, while real power lay in the hands of the noble families who exercised feudal control over mostof the land.

Dagobert was immortalized in the song Le bon roi Dagobert (The Good King Dagobert), a nursery rhyme featuring exchanges between the king and his chief adviser, Saint Eligius (Eloi in French). The satirical rhymes place Dagobert in various ridiculous positions from which Eligius' good advice manages to extract him. The text, which probably originated in the 18th century, became extremely popular as an expression ofthe anti-monarchist sentiment of the French Revolution. Other than placing Dagobert and Eligius in their respective roles, it has no historical accuracy.

In 1984 a 112 minutes long french-Italian comedy, Le bon roi Dagobert- The good king Dagobert- was made based on I. Dagobert. The movie issurprisingly realistic in showing the realities of early barbarian France. The soundtrack was composed by Guido and Mauricio De Angelis.

Marriage and issue
Dagobert was a serial monogamist.

He married Nanthild and they had the following:

Clovis II, who inherited the rest of his kingdom at a young age when his father died.
Regintrud who married into the Bavarian Agilolfings, either Theodo, Duke of Bavaria or his son Duke in Salzburg.
He also had a mistress named Ragintrudis and they had the following:

Sigebert III
His other wives were:

Wulfefundis
Bertechildis

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dagobert_I. He was born in 603. He was the son of Clothar II King of the Franks and (?) Haldetrude. Dagobert I King of Neustria died on 19 January 639.

Child of Dagobert I King of Neustria and (?) Nanthild

Theodoric III King of Neustria

M, b. 651, d. April 691
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     Theodoric III King of Neustria Theuderic III (or Theuderich, Theoderic, or Theodoric; in French, Thierry) (654 - 691) was the king of Neustria (including Burgundy) on twooccasions (673 and 675 - 691) and king of Austrasia from 679 to his death in 691. Thus, he was the king of all the Franks from 679. The sonof Clovis II and Balthild, he has been described as a puppet - a roi fainéant - of Mayor of the Palace Ebroin, who may have even appointed him without the support of the nobles. He succeeded his brother Clotaire III in Neustria in 673, but Childeric II of Austrasia displaced himsoon thereafter until he died in 675 and Theuderic retook his throne.When Dagobert II died in 679, he received Austrasia as well and became king of the whole Frankish realm.

He and the Neustrian mayor of the palace, Waratton, made peace with Pepin of Heristal, mayor of the palace of Austrasia, in 681. However, on Waratton's death in 686, the new mayor, Berthar, made war with Austrasia and Pepin vanquished the Burgundo-Neustrian army under Berthar and Theuderic (a Neustrian) at the Battle of Tertry in 687, thus pavingthe way for Austrasian dominance of the Frankish state.

Marriage and issue
He married Clotilda, a daughter of Ansegisel and Saint Begga of Landen.

They had the following children:

Bertrada of Prüm (676-740), married Martin of Laon
Clovis IV, king (691-695)
Childebert III, king (691-695)
And possibly:

Clovis III, king of Austrasia (675-676)
Clotaire IV, king of Austrasia (717-719)

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodoric_III. He was born in 651. He was the son of Clovis II King of Neustria and (?) Balthild. Theodoric III King of Neustria died in April 691 at Basilique Saint Vaast Darras.

Child of Theodoric III King of Neustria and Clotilda Of Heristal

Udo of Neustria

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Udo of Neustria||p15.htm#i10564|Gebhard Count of the Lahngau||p13.htm#i9190||||||||||||||||
     Udo of Neustria is the son of Gebhard Count of the Lahngau.

Child of Udo of Neustria

Cecil LeRoy Nevius1

M, b. 29 November 1899, d. 19 February 1960
     Cecil LeRoy Nevius was born on 29 November 1899 at Clarinda, Page, Iowa, USA.1 He married Velma Lenora Berry, daughter of Enoch A Beery and Anna McClarnon, on 21 April 1927 at Bedford, Iowa, USA.1 Cecil LeRoy Nevius died on 19 February 1960 at Shambaugh, Page, Iowa, USA, at age 60.1

Child of Cecil LeRoy Nevius and Velma Lenora Berry

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Marcella Jane Nevius1

F

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Thora Elaine Nevius1

F, b. 28 January 1932, d. 6 April 1934
Thora Elaine Nevius|b. 28 Jan 1932\nd. 6 Apr 1934|p15.htm#i10567|Cecil LeRoy Nevius|b. 29 Nov 1899\nd. 19 Feb 1960|p15.htm#i10565|Velma Lenora Berry|b. 29 Apr 1907\nd. 4 Jul 1990|p2.htm#i1451|||||||Enoch A. Beery|b. 10 Feb 1876\nd. Nov 1950|p2.htm#i1036|Anna McClarnon|b. 11 Feb 1878\nd. Feb 1966|p14.htm#i10026|
     Thora Elaine Nevius was born on 28 January 1932.1 She was the daughter of Cecil LeRoy Nevius and Velma Lenora Berry. Thora Elaine Nevius died on 6 April 1934 at age 2.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Rebecca Newell

F, b. 1828, d. October 1890
     Rebecca Newell was born in 1828. She died in October 1890.

Child of Rebecca Newell and John Henry

Alice Newman1

F, b. 1660, d. 1755
     Alice Newman was born in 1660 at England.1 She died in 1755.1

Child of Alice Newman and Thomas Brent

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

April Marie Newman

F

Child of April Marie Newman and Cameron Ray Greener

Allen Newton1

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Allen Newton||p15.htm#i10571|Benjamin Newton|b. 28 Sep 1791\nd. b 1825|p15.htm#i10574|Frances Crowder|b. 1803|p6.htm#i3916|||||||Robert Crowder|b. 1768\nd. Apr 1820|p6.htm#i4026|Lively Hastings|b. 1772\nd. c 1820|p9.htm#i6533|
     Allen Newton is the son of Benjamin Newton and Frances Crowder.

Children of Allen Newton and Elizabeth (?)

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Allen H. Newton1

M, b. circa 1849
Allen H. Newton|b. c 1849|p15.htm#i10572|Allen Newton||p15.htm#i10571|Elizabeth (?)||p1.htm#i26|Benjamin Newton|b. 28 Sep 1791\nd. b 1825|p15.htm#i10574|Frances Crowder|b. 1803|p6.htm#i3916|||||||
     Allen H. Newton died.1 He died.1 He was born circa 1849.2,1 He was the son of Allen Newton and Elizabeth (?).

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S129] Unknown author, Bridges to the Past by: Roy Brooks and Mrs. Ernest Newton, Volumes Iand II 1969-1978 (Originally Published in the 'Forest City This Week' a local n, Vol. 1 - page 165-166.

Benjamin Newton1

M, b. circa 1847
Benjamin Newton|b. c 1847|p15.htm#i10573|Allen Newton||p15.htm#i10571|Elizabeth (?)||p1.htm#i26|Benjamin Newton|b. 28 Sep 1791\nd. b 1825|p15.htm#i10574|Frances Crowder|b. 1803|p6.htm#i3916|||||||
     Benjamin Newton died.1 He died.1 He was born circa 1847.2,1 He was the son of Allen Newton and Elizabeth (?).

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S129] Unknown author, Bridges to the Past by: Roy Brooks and Mrs. Ernest Newton, Volumes Iand II 1969-1978 (Originally Published in the 'Forest City This Week' a local n, Vol. 1 - page 165-166.

Benjamin Newton1

M, b. 28 September 1791, d. before 1825
     Benjamin Newton was born on 28 September 1791.2,1 He married Frances Crowder, daughter of Robert Crowder and Lively Hastings, on 7 January 1817 at Rutherford County, North Carolina.3,2,1 Benjamin Newton died before 1825.1 He immigrated before 1846 to Walker County, Georgia.2,1

Child of Benjamin Newton and Frances Crowder

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S129] Unknown author, Bridges to the Past by: Roy Brooks and Mrs. Ernest Newton, Volumes Iand II 1969-1978 (Originally Published in the 'Forest City This Week' a local n, Vol. 1 - page 165-166.
  3. [S103] Unknown author, Familytreemaker.com, message board.

Caroline Newton1

F, d. 7 January 1907
Caroline Newton|d. 7 Jan 1907|p15.htm#i10575|Isaac Newton|b. 25 Dec 1642\nd. 20 Mar 1727|p15.htm#i10578|(?) Sophia||p18.htm#i12879|Isaac Newton|b. 1606\nd. 6 Oct 1642|p15.htm#i10577|Hannah Ayscough|b. 1614\nd. 1679|p1.htm#i595|||||||
     Caroline Newton was the daughter of Isaac Newton and (?) Sophia. Caroline Newton died on 7 January 1907.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Frances Burton Newton1

F, b. 1832
     Frances Burton Newton died at North Carolina, USA.1 Her married name was Willis. She was born in 1832 at North Carolina, USA.1 She married John Randall Willis, son of Randal Willis and Sarah Mauney, on 28 January 1865 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA.1

Children of Frances Burton Newton and John Randall Willis

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Isaac Newton1

M, b. 1606, d. 6 October 1642
Isaac Newton|b. 1606\nd. 6 Oct 1642|p15.htm#i10577|Robert Newton|b. 1575\nd. 20 Sep 1641|p15.htm#i10584|Margaret Poyntz|b. 1511\nd. Nov 1568|p15.htm#i11157|Richard Newton|b. 1551\nd. 20 Apr 1588|p15.htm#i10583||||||||||
     Isaac Newton was born in 1606 at Colsterworth, Lincolnshire, England.1 He was the son of Robert Newton and Margaret Poyntz. Isaac Newton married Hannah Ayscough, daughter of James Ayscough and Margery Blyth, in April 1642 at Lincolnshire, England.1 Isaac Newton died on 6 October 1642 at Colsterworth, Lincolnshire, England.1

Child of Isaac Newton and Hannah Ayscough

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Isaac Newton1

M, b. 25 December 1642, d. 20 March 1727
Isaac Newton|b. 25 Dec 1642\nd. 20 Mar 1727|p15.htm#i10578|Isaac Newton|b. 1606\nd. 6 Oct 1642|p15.htm#i10577|Hannah Ayscough|b. 1614\nd. 1679|p1.htm#i595|Robert Newton|b. 1575\nd. 20 Sep 1641|p15.htm#i10584|Margaret Poyntz|b. 1511\nd. Nov 1568|p15.htm#i11157|James Ayscough|b. 1585\nd. 1620|p1.htm#i596|Margery Blyth|b. 1585|p3.htm#i2140|
     Isaac Newton Sir Isaac Newton FRS (pronounced /'nju?t?n/) (4 January 1643 - 31 March 1727) [ OS: 25 December 1642 - 20 March 1727] was an English physicist, mathematician, astronomer, natural philosopher, and alchemist. His treatise Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, published in1687, described universal gravitation and the three laws of motion, laying the groundwork for classical mechanics, which dominated the scientific view of the physical universe for the next three centuries and is the basis for modern engineering. He showed that the motions of objects on Earth and of celestial bodies are governed by the same set of natural laws by demonstrating the consistency between Kepler's laws ofplanetary motion and his theory of gravitation, thus removing the last doubts about heliocentrism and advancing the scientific revolution.

In mechanics, Newton enunciated the principles of conservation of momentum and angular momentum. In optics, he invented the reflecting telescope and developed a theory of colour based on the observation that aprism decomposes white light into a visible spectrum. He also formulated an empirical law of cooling and studied the speed of sound.

In mathematics, Newton shares the credit with Gottfried Leibniz for the development of the calculus. He also demonstrated the generalized binomial theorem, developed the so-called 'Newton's method' for approximating the zeroes of a function, and contributed to the study of powerseries.

In a 2005 poll of the Royal Society of who had the greatest effect onthe history of science, Newton was deemed more influential than Albert Einstein.

Isaac Newton was born on January 4, 1643 [OS: December 25, 1642][1] at Woolsthorpe Manor in Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth, a hamlet in the county of Lincolnshire. At the time of Newton's birth, England had not adopted the latest papal calendar and therefore his date of birth was recorded as Christmas Day, December 25, 1642. Newton was born three months after the death of his father. Born prematurely, he was a small child; his mother Hannah Ayscough reportedly said that he could have fit inside a quart mug. When Newton was three, his mother remarried andwent to live with her new husband, the Reverend Barnabus Smith, leaving her son in the care of his maternal grandmother, Margery Ayscough. The young Isaac disliked his step-father and held some enmity towards his mother for marrying him, as revealed by this entry in a list of sins committed up to the age of 19: Threatening my father and mother Smith to burn them and the house over them.[3]

Newton is believed by some researchers to have suffered from Asperger's Syndrome, a form of autism.[4][5] Indeed it is believed that like certain other historical geniuses Asperger's may have been the very cause of Newton's intellect.

According to E.T. Bell and H. Eves

Newton began his schooling in the village schools and was later sent to The King's School, Grantham, where he became the top student in theschool. At King's, he lodged with the local apothecary, William Clarke and eventually became engaged to the apothecary's stepdaughter, Anne Storer, before he went off to the University of Cambridge at the age of 19. As Newton became engrossed in his studies, the romance cooled and Miss Storer married someone else. It is said he kept a warm memory of this love, but Newton had no other recorded 'sweet-hearts' and never married.[6]

There are a rumours that he remained a virgin.[7] However, Bell and Eves' sources for this claim, William Stukeley and Mrs. Vincent (the former Miss Storer - actually named Katherine, not Anne), merely say that Newton entertained 'a passion' for Storer while he lodged at the Clarke house.

From the age of about twelve until he was seventeen, Newton was educated at The King's School, Grantham (where his signature can still be seen upon a library window sill). He was removed from school, and by October 1659, he was to be found at Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth, where his mother, widowed by now for a second time, attempted to make a farmer of him. He was, by later reports of his contemporaries, thoroughly unhappy with the work. It appears to have been Henry Stokes, master atthe King's School, who persuaded his mother to send him back to school so that he might complete his education. This he did at the age of eighteen, achieving an admirable final report.

In June 1661, he was admitted to Trinity College, Cambridge. At that time, the college's teachings were based on those of Aristotle, but Newton preferred to read the more advanced ideas of modern philosophers such as Descartes and astronomers such as Galileo, Copernicus and Kepler. In 1665, he discovered the generalized binomial theorem and began to develop a mathematical theory that would later become calculus. Soon after Newton had obtained his degree in April of 1665, the University closed down as a precaution against the Great Plague. For the next2 years, Newton worked at his home in Woolsthorpe on calculus, opticsand the law of gravitation.

Mathematics

Most modern historians believe that Newton and Leibniz had developed calculus independently, using their own unique notations. According toNewton's inner circle, Newton had worked out his method years before Leibniz, yet he published almost nothing about it until 1693, and did not give a full account until 1704. Meanwhile, Leibniz began publishing a full account of his methods in 1684. Moreover, Leibniz's notationand 'differential Method' were universally adopted on the Continent, and after 1820 or so, in the British Empire. Whereas Leibniz's notebooks show the advancement of the ideas from early stages until maturity,there is only the end product in Newton's known notes. Newton claimedthat he had been reluctant to publish his calculus because he feared being mocked for it. Newton had a very close relationship with Swiss mathematician Nicolas Fatio de Duillier, who from the beginning was impressed by Newton's gravitational theory. In 1691 Duillier planned to prepare a new version of Newton's Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, but never finished it. Some of Newton's biographers have suggested that the relationship may have been romantic.[8] However, in 1694 the relationship between the two men cooled down. At the time, Duillier had also exchanged several letters with Leibniz.

Starting in 1699, other members of the Royal Society (of which Newtonwas a member) accused Leibniz of plagiarism, and the dispute broke out in full force in 1711. Newton's Royal Society proclaimed in a studythat it was Newton who was the true discoverer and labeled Leibniz a fraud. This study was cast into doubt when it was later found that Newton himself wrote the study's concluding remarks on Leibniz. Thus began the bitter Newton v. Leibniz calculus controversy, which marred thelives of both Newton and Leibniz until the latter's death in 1716.

Newton is generally credited with the generalized binomial theorem, valid for any exponent. He discovered Newton's identities, Newton's method, classified cubic plane curves (polynomials of degree three in twovariables), made substantial contributions to the theory of finite differences, and was the first to use fractional indices and to employ coordinate geometry to derive solutions to Diophantine equations. He approximated partial sums of the harmonic series by logarithms (a precursor to Euler's summation formula), and was the first to use power series with confidence and to revert power series. He also discovered a new formula for calculating pi.

He was elected Lucasian Professor of Mathematics in 1669. In that day, any fellow of Cambridge or Oxford had to be an ordained Anglican priest. However, the terms of the Lucasian professorship required that the holder not be active in the church (presumably so as to have more time for science). Newton argued that this should exempt him from the ordination requirement, and Charles II, whose permission was needed, accepted this argument. Thus a conflict between Newton's religious viewsand Anglican orthodoxy was averted.

Optics

From 1670 to 1672, Newton lectured on optics. During this period he investigated the refraction of light, demonstrating that a prism could decompose white light into a spectrum of colors, and that a lens and asecond prism could recompose the multicolored spectrum into white light.

He also showed that the colored light does not change its properties,by separating out a colored beam and shining it on various objects. Newton noted that regardless of whether it was reflected or scattered or transmitted, it stayed the same color. Thus the colors we observe are the result of how objects interact with the incident already-colored light, not the result of objects generating the color. For more details, see Newton's theory of color.

From this work he concluded that any refracting telescope would suffer from the dispersion of light into colors, and invented a reflectingtelescope (today known as a Newtonian telescope) to bypass that problem. By grinding his own mirrors, using Newton's rings to judge the quality of the optics for his telescopes, he was able to produce a superior instrument to the refracting telescope, due primarily to the wider diameter of the mirror. In 1671 the Royal Society asked for a demonstration of his reflecting telescope. Their interest encouraged him to publish his notes On Color, which he later expanded into his Opticks. When Robert Hooke criticised some of Newton's ideas, Newton was so offended that he withdrew from public debate. The two men remained enemies until Hooke's death.

Newton argued that light is composed of particles or corpuscles and were refracted by accelerating toward the denser medium, but he had to associate them with waves to explain the diffraction of light (OpticksBk. II, Props. XII-L). Later physicists instead favoured a purely wavelike explanation of light to account for diffraction. Today's quantummechanics, photons and the idea of wave-particle duality bear only a minor resemblance to Newton's understanding of light.

In his Hypothesis of Light of 1675, Newton posited the existence of the ether to transmit forces between particles. The contact with the theosophist Henry More, revived his interest in alchemy. He replaced theether with occult forces based on Hermetic ideas of attraction and repulsion between particles. John Maynard Keynes, who acquired many of Newton's writings on alchemy, stated that 'Newton was not the first of the age of reason: he was the last of the magicians.'[9] Newton's interest in alchemy cannot be isolated from his contributions to science.[10] (This was at a time when there was no clear distinction between alchemy and science.) Had he not relied on the occult idea of action ata distance, across a vacuum, he might not have developed his theory of gravity. (See also Isaac Newton's occult studies.)

In 1704 Newton wrote Opticks, in which he expounded his corpuscular theory of light. He considered light to be made up of extremely subtle corpuscles, that ordinary matter was made of grosser corpuscles and speculated that through a kind of alchemical transmutation 'Are not gross Bodies and Light convertible into one another, ...and may not Bodies receive much of their Activity from the Particles of Light which enter their Composition?'[11] Newton also constructed a primitive form of a frictional electrostatic generator, using a glass globe (Optics, 8th Query).

Mechanics and gravitation

In 1677, Newton returned to his work on mechanics, i.e., gravitation and its effect on the orbits of planets, with reference to Kepler's laws of planetary motion, and consulting with Hooke and Flamsteed on thesubject. He published his results in De Motu Corporum (1684). This contained the beginnings of the laws of motion that would inform the Principia.

The Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (now known as the Principia) was published on 5 July 1687 with encouragement and financialhelp from Edmond Halley. In this work Newton stated the three universal laws of motion that were not to be improved upon for more than two hundred years. He used the Latin word gravitas (weight) for the force that would become known as gravity, and defined the law of universal gravitation. In the same work he presented the first analytical determination, based on Boyle's law, of the speed of sound in air.

With the Principia, Newton became internationally recognised. He acquired a circle of admirers, including the Swiss-born mathematician Nicolas Fatio de Duillier, with whom he formed an intense relationship that lasted until 1693. The end of this friendship led Newton to a nervous breakdown.

Later life

In the 1690s Newton wrote a number of religious tracts dealing with the literal interpretation of the Bible. Henry More's belief in the universe and rejection of Cartesian dualism may have influenced Newton's religious ideas. A manuscript he sent to John Locke in which he disputed the existence of the Trinity was never published. Later works - TheChronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended (1728) and Observations Upon the Prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. John (1733) - were published after his death. He also devoted a great deal of time to alchemy (see above).

Newton was also a member of the Parliament of England from 1689 to 1690 and in 1701, but his only recorded comments were to complain abouta cold draft in the chamber and request that the window be closed.

Newton moved to London to take up the post of warden of the Royal Mint in 1696, a position that he had obtained through the patronage of Charles Montagu, 1st Earl of Halifax, then Chancellor of the Exchequer.He took charge of England's great recoining, somewhat treading on thetoes of Master Lucas (and securing the job of deputy comptroller of the temporary Chester branch for Edmond Halley). Newton became perhaps the best-known Master of the Mint upon Lucas' death in 1699, a position Newton held until his death. These appointments were intended as sinecures, but Newton took them seriously, retiring from his Cambridge duties in 1701, and exercising his power to reform the currency and punish clippers and counterfeiters. As Master of the Mint in 1717 Newton unofficially moved the Pound Sterling from the silver standard to the gold standard by creating a relationship between gold coins and the silver penny in the 'Law of Queen Anne'; these were all great reforms atthe time, adding considerably to the wealth and stability of England.It was his work at the Mint, rather than his earlier contributions toscience, that earned him a knighthood from Queen Anne in 1705.

Newton was made President of the Royal Society in 1703 and an associate of the French Académie des Sciences. In his position at the Royal Society, Newton made an enemy of John Flamsteed, the Astronomer Royal, by prematurely publishing Flamsteed's star catalogue, which Newton hadused in his studies.

Newton died in London on March 31, 1727 [OS: March 20, 1727][1], and was buried in Westminster Abbey. His half-niece, Catherine Barton Conduitt,[12] served as his hostess in social affairs at his house on Jermyn Street in London; he was her 'very loving Uncle,'[13] according to his letter to her when she was recovering from smallpox. Although Newton, who had no children, had divested much of his estate onto relatives in his last years he actually died intestate.

After his death, Newton's body was discovered to have had massive amounts of mercury in it, probably resulting from his alchemical pursuits. Mercury poisoning could explain Newton's eccentricity in late life.[14]

Religious views

Main article: Isaac Newton's religious views

Although the laws of motion and universal gravitation became Newton'sbest-known discoveries, he warned against using them to view the universe as a mere machine, as if akin to a great clock. He said, 'Gravityexplains the motions of the planets, but it cannot explain who set the planets in motion. God governs all things and knows all that is or can be done.'[15]

His scientific fame notwithstanding, Newton's studies of the Bible and of the early Church Fathers were also noteworthy. Newton wrote works on textual criticism, most notably An Historical Account of Two Notable Corruptions of Scripture. He also placed the crucifixion of JesusChrist at 3 April, AD 33, which agrees with one traditionally accepted date.[16] He also attempted, unsuccessfully, to find hidden messages within the Bible (see Bible code).

Newton may have rejected the church's doctrine of the Trinity. In a minority view, T.C. Pfizenmaier argues that he more likely held the Eastern Orthodox view of the Trinity rather than the Western one held by Roman Catholics, Anglicans, and most Protestants.[17] In his own day, he was also accused of being a Rosicrucian (as were many in the Royal Society and in the court of Charles II).[18]

In his own lifetime, Newton wrote more on religion than he did on natural science. He believed in a rationally immanent world, but he rejected the hylozoism implicit in Leibniz and Baruch Spinoza. Thus, the ordered and dynamically informed universe could be understood, and must be understood, by an active reason, but this universe, to be perfect and ordained, had to be regular.

Newton's effect on religious thought

Newton and Robert Boyle’s mechanical philosophy was promoted by rationalist pamphleteers as a viable alternative to the pantheists and enthusiasts, and was accepted hesitantly by orthodox preachers as well as dissident preachers like the latitudinarians.[19] Thus, the clarity and simplicity of science was seen as a way to combat the emotional andmetaphysical superlatives of both superstitious enthusiasm and the threat of atheism,[20] and, at the same time, the second wave of Englishdeists used Newton's discoveries to demonstrate the possibility of a 'Natural Religion.'

The attacks made against pre-Enlightenment 'magical thinking,' and the mystical elements of Christianity, were given their foundation withBoyle’s mechanical conception of the universe. Newton gave Boyle’s ideas their completion through mathematical proofs and, perhaps more importantly, was very successful in popularising them.[21] Newton refashioned the world governed by an interventionist God into a world craftedby a God that designs along rational and universal principles.[22] These principles were available for all people to discover, allowed man to pursue his own aims fruitfully in this life, not the next, and to perfect himself with his own rational powers.[23]

Newton saw God as the master creator whose existence could not be denied in the face of the grandeur of all creation.[24][25][26] But the unforeseen theological consequence of his conception of God, as Leibnizpointed out, was that God was now entirely removed from the world’s affairs, since the need for intervention would only evidence some imperfection in God’s creation, something impossible for a perfect and omnipotent creator.[27] Leibniz's theodicy cleared God from the responsibility for 'l'origine du mal' by making God removed from participation in his creation. The understanding of the world was now brought down to the level of simple human reason, and humans, as Odo Marquard argued, became responsible for the correction and elimination of evil.[28]

On the other hand, latitudinarian and Newtonian ideas taken too far resulted in the millenarians, a religious faction dedicated to the concept of a mechanical universe, but finding in it the same enthusiasm and mysticism that the Enlightenment had fought so hard to extinguish.[29]

Views of the end of the world

See also: Isaac Newton's occult studies
See also: Eschatology

In a manuscript he wrote in 1704 in which he describes his attempts to extract scientific information from the Bible, he estimated that the world would end no earlier than 2060. In predicting this he said, 'This I mention not to assert when the time of the end shall be, but toput a stop to the rash conjectures of fanciful men who are frequentlypredicting the time of the end, and by doing so bring the sacred prophesies into discredit as often as their predictions fail.'[30]

Newton and the counterfeiters

As warden of the Royal Mint, Newton estimated that 20% of the coins taken in during The Great Recoinage were counterfeit. Counterfeiting was high treason, punishable by being hanged, drawn and quartered. Despite this, convictions of the most flagrant criminals could be extremely difficult to achieve; however, Newton proved to be equal to the task.

He gathered much of that evidence himself, disguised, while he hung out at bars and taverns. For all the barriers placed to prosecution, and separating the branches of government, English law still had ancient and formidable customs of authority. Newton was made a justice of the peace and between June 1698 and Christmas 1699 conducted some 200 cross-examinations of witnesses, informers and suspects. Newton won hisconvictions and in February 1699, he had ten prisoners waiting to be executed.

Possibly Newton's greatest triumph as the king's attorney was againstWilliam Chaloner. One of Chaloner's schemes was to set up phony conspiracies of Catholics and then turn in the hapless conspirators whom heentrapped. Chaloner made himself rich enough to posture as a gentleman. Petitioning Parliament, Chaloner accused the Mint of providing tools to counterfeiters (a charge also made by others). He proposed that he be allowed to inspect the Mint's processes in order to improve them. He petitioned Parliament to adopt his plans for a coinage that could not be counterfeited, while at the same time striking false coins. Newton was outraged, and went about the work to uncover anything aboutChaloner. During his studies, he found that Chaloner was engaged in counterfeiting. He immediately put Chaloner on trial, but Mr Chaloner had friends in high places, and to Newton's horror, Chaloner walked free. Newton put him on trial a second time with conclusive evidence. Chaloner was convicted of high treason and hanged, drawn and quartered on23 March 1699 at Tyburn gallows.[31]

Enlightenment philosophers

Enlightenment philosophers chose a short history of scientific predecessors-Galileo, Boyle, and Newton principally-as the guides and guarantors of their applications of the singular concept of Nature and Natural Law to every physical and social field of the day. In this respect,the lessons of history and the social structures built upon it could be discarded.[32]

It was Newton’s conception of the universe based upon Natural and rationally understandable laws that became the seed for Enlightenment ideology. Locke and Voltaire applied concepts of Natural Law to politicalsystems advocating intrinsic rights; the physiocrats and Adam Smith applied Natural conceptions of psychology and self-interest to economicsystems and the sociologists criticised the current social order for trying to fit history into Natural models of progress. Monboddo and Samuel Clarke resisted elements of Newton's work, but eventually rationalised it to conform with their strong religious views of nature.

Newton's laws of motion

Main article: Newton's laws of motion

The famous three laws of motion:

1. Newton's First Law (also known as the Law of Inertia) states that an object at rest tends to stay at rest and that an object in uniform motion tends to stay in uniform motion unless acted upon by a net external force.
2. Newton's Second Law states that an applied force, F, on an object equals the time rate of change of its momentum, p. Assuming the mass to be constant, the first term vanishes. The acceleration of an objectis directly proportional to the magnitude of the net force acting on the object and inversely proportional to its mass. In the MKS system of measurement, mass is given in kilograms, acceleration in metres persecond squared, and force in newtons (named in his honour).
3. Newton's Third Law states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

Newton's Apple

When Newton saw an apple fall, he found

In that slight startle from his contemplation -
'Tis said (for I'll not answer above ground
For any sage's creed or calculation) -
A mode of proving that the earth turn'd round
In a most natural whirl, called 'gravitation;'
And this is the sole mortal who could grapple,
Since Adam, with a fall or with an apple.

A popular story claims that Newton was inspired to formulate his theory of universal gravitation by the fall of an apple from a tree. Cartoons have gone further to suggest the apple actually hit Newton's head,and that its impact somehow made him aware of the force of gravity. John Conduitt, Newton's assistant at the Royal Mint and husband of Newton's niece, described the event when he wrote about Newton's life:

In the year 1666 he retired again from Cambridge to his mother in Lincolnshire. Whilst he was pensively meandering in a garden it came intohis thought that the power of gravity (which brought an apple from a tree to the ground) was not limited to a certain distance from earth, but that this power must extend much further than was usually thought.Why not as high as the Moon said he to himself & if so, that must influence her motion & perhaps retain her in her orbit, whereupon he fella calculating what would be the effect of that supposition.

The question was not whether gravity existed, but whether it extendedso far from Earth that it could also be the force holding the moon toits orbit. Newton showed that if the force decreased as the inverse square of the distance, one could indeed calculate the Moon's orbital period, and get good agreement. He guessed the same force was responsible for other orbital motions, and hence named it 'universal gravitation'.

A contemporary writer, William Stukeley, recorded in his Memoirs of Sir Isaac Newton's Life a conversation with Newton in Kensington on 15 April 1726, in which Newton recalled 'when formerly, the notion of gravitation came into his mind. It was occasioned by the fall of an apple, as he sat in contemplative mood. Why should that apple always descend perpendicularly to the ground, thought he to himself. Why should itnot go sideways or upwards, but constantly to the earth's centre.' Insimilar terms, Voltaire wrote in his Essay on Epic Poetry (1727), 'Sir Isaac Newton walking in his gardens, had the first thought of his system of gravitation, upon seeing an apple falling from a tree.' Theseaccounts are probably exaggerations of Newton's own tale about sitting by a window in his home (Woolsthorpe Manor) and watching an apple fall from a tree.

Various trees are claimed to be 'the' apple tree which Newton describes. The King's School, Grantham, claims that the tree was purchased bythe school, uprooted and transported to the headmaster's garden some years later, the staff of the [now] National Trust-owned Woolsthorpe Manor dispute this, and claim that a tree present in their gardens is the one described by Newton. A descendant of the original tree can be seen growing outside the main gate of Trinity College, Cambridge, belowthe room Newton lived in when he studied there. The National Fruit Collection at Brogdale[35] can supply grafts from their tree (ref 1948-729), which appears identical to Flower of Kent, a coarse-fleshed cooking variety.

Writings by Newton

* Method of Fluxions (1671)
* Of Natures Obvious Laws & Processes in Vegetation (1671-75) unpublished work on alchemy[36]
* De Motu Corporum in Gyrum (1684)
* Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (1687)
* Opticks (1704)
* Reports as Master of the Mint (1701-25)
* Arithmetica Universalis (1707)
* Short Chronicle, The System of the World, Optical Lectures, The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms, Amended and De mundi systemate were published posthumously in 1728.
* An Historical Account of Two Notable Corruptions of Scripture (1754)

Fame

French mathematician Joseph-Louis Lagrange often said that Newton wasthe greatest genius who ever lived, and once added that he was also 'the most fortunate, for we cannot find more than once a system of the world to establish.'[37] English poet Alexander Pope was moved by Newton's accomplishments to write the famous epitaph:

Nature and nature's laws lay hid in night;

God said 'Let Newton be' and all was light.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac_Newton. He was born on 25 December 1642 at Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, England.1 He was the son of Isaac Newton and Hannah Ayscough. Isaac Newton died on 20 March 1727 at Kensington, Middlesex, England, at age 84.1

Child of Isaac Newton and (?) Sophia

Citations

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John Newton1

M, b. circa 1848
John Newton|b. c 1848|p15.htm#i10579|Allen Newton||p15.htm#i10571|Elizabeth (?)||p1.htm#i26|Benjamin Newton|b. 28 Sep 1791\nd. b 1825|p15.htm#i10574|Frances Crowder|b. 1803|p6.htm#i3916|||||||
     John Newton died.1 He died.1 He was born circa 1848.2,1 He was the son of Allen Newton and Elizabeth (?).

Citations

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John F Newton1

M
     John F Newton married Susan Willis, daughter of Henry Willis and Mary Willis, on 2 March 1871.1

Citations

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Joseph Newton1

M, b. circa 1844
Joseph Newton|b. c 1844|p15.htm#i10581|Allen Newton||p15.htm#i10571|Elizabeth (?)||p1.htm#i26|Benjamin Newton|b. 28 Sep 1791\nd. b 1825|p15.htm#i10574|Frances Crowder|b. 1803|p6.htm#i3916|||||||
     Joseph Newton died.1 He died.1 He was born circa 1844.2,1 He was the son of Allen Newton and Elizabeth (?).

Citations

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  2. [S129] Unknown author, Bridges to the Past by: Roy Brooks and Mrs. Ernest Newton, Volumes Iand II 1969-1978 (Originally Published in the 'Forest City This Week' a local n, Vol. 1 - page 165-166.

Mina Newton1

F, b. 25 February 1846, d. 26 November 1885
     Her married name was Blosser. Mina Newton was born on 25 February 1846.1 She married George Blosser, son of George W Blosser and Magdalena Brenneman, in 1882.1 Mina Newton died on 26 November 1885 at age 39.1

Child of Mina Newton and George Blosser

Citations

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Richard Newton1

M, b. 1551, d. 20 April 1588
     Richard Newton was born in 1551 at Westby, Lincolnshire, England.1 He died on 20 April 1588 at Colsterworth, Lincolnshire, England.1

Child of Richard Newton

Citations

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Robert Newton1

M, b. 1575, d. 20 September 1641
Robert Newton|b. 1575\nd. 20 Sep 1641|p15.htm#i10584|Richard Newton|b. 1551\nd. 20 Apr 1588|p15.htm#i10583||||||||||||||||
     Robert Newton was born in 1575 at Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, England.1 He was the son of Richard Newton. Robert Newton died on 20 September 1641 at Wolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, England.1

Child of Robert Newton and Margaret Poyntz

Citations

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Sara H Newton1

F

Children of Sara H Newton and Walter Horace Crawley

Citations

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Sarah Elizabeth Newton1

F
     Sarah Elizabeth Newton married Doctor Osborne Willis, son of Henry Willis and Mary Willis, on 28 March 1880.1

Children of Sarah Elizabeth Newton and Doctor Osborne Willis

Citations

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G E Nichols1

F, b. 1863
G E Nichols|b. 1863|p15.htm#i10587|Wesley M Nichols|b. 1827\nd. 1850|p15.htm#i10588|Susanna Carpenter|b. 20 Jun 1823\nd. 14 Sep 1913|p4.htm#i2987|||||||Jacob Carpenter|b. 1767\nd. 9 Jan 1840|p4.htm#i2881|Anne Jenkins|b. 1782\nd. 14 Aug 1858|p11.htm#i8093|
     G E Nichols was born in 1863.1 She was the daughter of Wesley M Nichols and Susanna Carpenter.

Citations

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Wesley M Nichols1

M, b. 1827, d. 1850
     Wesley M Nichols was born in 1827 at Burke, North Carolina, USA.1 He married Susanna Carpenter, daughter of Jacob Carpenter and Anne Jenkins, on 29 January 1848 at Macon, North Carolina, USA.1 Wesley M Nichols died in 1850.1

Child of Wesley M Nichols and Susanna Carpenter

Citations

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Genevieve Nicholson1

F

Child of Genevieve Nicholson and Lyman M Engle

Citations

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Helen Jessie Nickle1

F

Child of Helen Jessie Nickle and Clarence Vernon Straight

Citations

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Lois Alice Nickle1

F, b. 14 March 1915, d. 3 November 1998
     Her married name was Straight. Lois Alice Nickle was born on 14 March 1915 at Ringgold, Iowa, USA.1 She married Cecil Lee Straight, son of Charles Eli Straight and Hattie May Horning, on 27 March 1937 at Maryville, Nodaway, Missouri, USA.1 Lois Alice Nickle died on 3 November 1998 at Denver, Denver, Colorado, USA, at age 83.1

Citations

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Sarah E Nicodemus1

F, b. 9 May 1869, d. 1937
     Her married name was Stemen. Sarah E Nicodemus was born on 9 May 1869.1 She married Martin Stemen, son of Benoni Stemen and Catherine S Lehman, on 29 November 1894.1 Sarah E Nicodemus died in 1937.1

Child of Sarah E Nicodemus and Martin Stemen

Citations

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Annie Nissen1

F, b. 3 March 1886, d. 22 July 1944
     Her married name was Durr. Annie Nissen was born on 3 March 1886.1 She married Oliver Postle Durr, son of George W Durr and Blanche A Gardner, on 10 October 1910.1 Annie Nissen died on 22 July 1944 at age 58.1

Citations

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An Nixon1

F
     An Nixon married William M Black, son of James Black and Susannah Allen, on 15 March 1829.1

Citations

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Charles Nixon1

M
     Charles Nixon married Daisy Bess, daughter of Confucius C Bess and Nancy Caroline Crook, on 5 August 1896 at Dunklin, Missouri, USA.1

Citations

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Betsy Noel1

F

Child of Betsy Noel and Joseph L Rhyne

Citations

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(?) Nominoe1

M, b. 826, d. 851
     (?) Nominoe was also known as (?) Nominoe. He was born in 826. He died in 851.

Children of (?) Nominoe and (?) Argenteal

Citations

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Daughter of Nominoe

F
Daughter of Nominoe||p15.htm#i10598|(?) Nominoe|b. 826\nd. 851|p15.htm#i10597|(?) Argenteal||p1.htm#i500|||||||||||||
     Daughter of Nominoe is the daughter of (?) Nominoe and (?) Argenteal.

Child of Daughter of Nominoe

Living Noomaw1

?

Citations

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Broadus Norman1

M
     Broadus Norman married Ida Harrill, daughter of Columbus Harrill and Susan Wincey Grigg, on 23 November 1919.1

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Adelaide of Normandy

F, b. 1026, d. 1090
Adelaide of Normandy|b. 1026\nd. 1090|p15.htm#i10601|Robert II 'The Magnificent' Duke of Normandy|b. 999\nd. 2 Jul 1035|p15.htm#i10605|Herleva of Falaise|b. 1003\nd. 1050|p7.htm#i5169|Richard T. G. D. o. Normandy|b. 23 Aug 963\nd. 28 Aug 1026|p15.htm#i10604|Judith o. Brittany|b. 982\nd. 16 Jun 1017|p4.htm#i2460|Fulbert o. Falaise||p7.htm#i5168||||
     Adelaide of Normandy Adelaide of Normandy (c. 1026 in Calvados, France - c. 1090) was the sister or half-sister of William the Conqueror.

She was the daughter of Robert the Magnificent, Duke of Normandy. Hermother was probably William the Conqueror's mother Herleva, although this is not certain. [1]

Adelaide married three times; first Enguerrand II of Ponthieu (died 1053) by whom she had issue; second Lambert II, Count of Lens (died 1054); and third Odo II of Champagne son of the Count of Troyes. By Lambert she had a daughter, Judith of Lens, who married Waltheof, Earl of Northumbria (executed 1076). Their daughter, Maud, 2nd Countess of Huntingdon, took for her second husband King David I of Scotland.

She gained the title of Princess when William the Conqueror became King of England

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adelaide_of_Normandy. She was born in 1026 at Falaise, Calvados, France.1 She was the daughter of Robert II 'The Magnificent' Duke of Normandy and Herleva of Falaise. Adelaide of Normandy died in 1090.1

Child of Adelaide of Normandy and Lambert II Count of Lens

Citations

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Emma Of Normandy1

F, b. 982, d. 6 March 1052
Emma Of Normandy|b. 982\nd. 6 Mar 1052|p15.htm#i10602|Richard The Fearless|b. 28 Aug 933\nd. 20 Nov 996|p8.htm#i5270|Gonnor De Crepon|b. 936\nd. 1031|p6.htm#i4291|William I. Longsword|b. 900\nd. 17 Dec 942|p13.htm#i9627|Sprota De Bretagne|b. 911\nd. 945|p6.htm#i4226|||||||
     Her married name was Great. Her married name was Unready. Emma Of Normandy was born in 982 at Normandy, France.1 She was the daughter of Richard The Fearless and Gonnor De Crepon. Emma Of Normandy married King Ethelred II the Unready, son of Edgar The Peaceful and Elfthryth Queen Of England, on 5 April 1002 at England. Emma Of Normandy married Canute The Great, son of Svend I England and Sigrid Storrada Skoglar Testedot, on 2 July 1017 at London, England. Emma Of Normandy died on 6 March 1052 at Winchester, Hampshire, England.1

Child of Emma Of Normandy and Canute The Great

Child of Emma Of Normandy and King Ethelred II the Unready

Citations

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Richard III Duke of Normandy

M, b. 997, d. 6 August 1028
Richard III Duke of Normandy|b. 997\nd. 6 Aug 1028|p15.htm#i10603|Richard The Good Duke of Normandy|b. 23 Aug 963\nd. 28 Aug 1026|p15.htm#i10604|Judith of Brittany|b. 982\nd. 16 Jun 1017|p4.htm#i2460|Richard T. Fearless|b. 28 Aug 933\nd. 20 Nov 996|p8.htm#i5270|Gonnor De Crepon|b. 936\nd. 1031|p6.htm#i4291|Conan I. D. o. Brittany|b. 927\nd. 29 Jun 992|p4.htm#i2450|Ermengarde De Anjou|b. 952\nd. 27 Jun 992|p6.htm#i4164|
     Richard III Duke of Normandy was born in 997 at Normandy, France.1 He was the son of Richard The Good Duke of Normandy and Judith of Brittany. Richard III Duke of Normandy married Adele Princess France in January 1027. Richard III Duke of Normandy died on 6 August 1028 at Poisoned.1

Citations

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Richard The Good Duke of Normandy

M, b. 23 August 963, d. 28 August 1026
Richard The Good Duke of Normandy|b. 23 Aug 963\nd. 28 Aug 1026|p15.htm#i10604|Richard The Fearless|b. 28 Aug 933\nd. 20 Nov 996|p8.htm#i5270|Gonnor De Crepon|b. 936\nd. 1031|p6.htm#i4291|William I. Longsword|b. 900\nd. 17 Dec 942|p13.htm#i9627|Sprota De Bretagne|b. 911\nd. 945|p6.htm#i4226|||||||
     Richard The Good Duke of Normandy Richard II (born 23 August 963, in Normandy, France - 28 August 1027,in Normandy), called the Good, was the son and heir of Richard I the Fearless and Gunnora. He succeeded his father as Duke of Normandy in 996. Richard held his own against a peasant insurrection, and helped Robert II of France against the duchy of Burgundy. He also repelled an English attack on the Cotentin Peninsula that was led by Ethelred II ofEngland. He pursued a reform of the Norman monasteries.

Richard attempted to improve relations with England through his sister's marriage to King Ethelred, but she was strongly disliked by the English. However, this connection later gave his grandson, William the Conqueror, his claim to the throne of England.

He married firstly (996) Judith (982-1017), daughter of Conan I of Brittany, by whom he had the following issue:

Richard (c. 997), duke of Normandy
Robert (999), duke of Normandy
William, monk at Fécamp, d. 1025
Adélaide, married Renaud I, Count of Burgundy
Eleanor (or perhaps Ainor or Judith), married Count Baldwin IV of Flanders
Matilda, d. 1033
Secondly he married Poppa of Envermeu, by whom he had the following issue:

Mauger, Archbishop of Rouen
William , count of Arques

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_II_of_Normandy. He was born on 23 August 963 at Normandy, France.1 He was the son of Richard The Fearless and Gonnor De Crepon. Richard The Good Duke of Normandy married Judith of Brittany, daughter of Conan I Duke of Brittany and Ermengarde De Anjou, in 1000. Richard The Good Duke of Normandy died on 28 August 1026 at Fecamp, Seine Inferieure, France, at age 63.1 He died in August 1027.

Children of Richard The Good Duke of Normandy and Judith of Brittany

Citations

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Robert II 'The Magnificent' Duke of Normandy

M, b. 999, d. 2 July 1035
Robert II 'The Magnificent' Duke of Normandy|b. 999\nd. 2 Jul 1035|p15.htm#i10605|Richard The Good Duke of Normandy|b. 23 Aug 963\nd. 28 Aug 1026|p15.htm#i10604|Judith of Brittany|b. 982\nd. 16 Jun 1017|p4.htm#i2460|Richard T. Fearless|b. 28 Aug 933\nd. 20 Nov 996|p8.htm#i5270|Gonnor De Crepon|b. 936\nd. 1031|p6.htm#i4291|Conan I. D. o. Brittany|b. 927\nd. 29 Jun 992|p4.htm#i2450|Ermengarde De Anjou|b. 952\nd. 27 Jun 992|p6.htm#i4164|
     Robert II 'The Magnificent' Duke of Normandy Robert, called 'The Magnificent' (French, 'le Magnifique') for his love of finery, and also called 'The Devil' was the son of Duke Richard II of Normandy and Judith, daughter of Conan I, Duke of Brittany.

When his father died, his elder brother Richard succeeded, whilst he became Count of Hiémois. When Richard died a year later, there were great suspicions that Robert had Richard murdered, hence his other nickname, 'Robert le diable' (the devil). He is sometimes identified with the legendary Robert the Devil. Robert aided King Henry I of France against Henry's rebellious brother and mother, and for his help he was given the territory of the Vexin. He also intervened in the affairs of Flanders, supported Edward the Confessor, who was then in exile at Robert's court, and sponsored monastic reform in Normandy.

By his mistress, Herleva of Falaise, he was father of two children:

the future William the Conqueror (1028-1087)
Adelaide of Normandy (1030-c. 1083), who was married three times:
Enguerrand II, Count of Ponthieu
Lambert II, Count of Lens
Odo II of Champagne

After making his illegitimate son William his heir, he set out on pilgrimage to Jerusalem. According to the Gesta Normannorum Ducum he travelled by way of Constantinople, reached Jerusalem, and died on the return journey at Nicaea on 2 July 1035. Some sources attribute his deathto poison and date it to 1 or 3 July. His son William, aged about eight, succeeded him.

According to the historian William of Malmesbury, around 1086 Williamsent a mission to Constantinople and Nicaea, charging it with bringing his father's body back to be buried in Normandy. Permission was granted, but, having travelled as far as Apulia (Italy) on the return journey, the envoys learned that William himself had meanwhile died. Theythen decided to re-inter Robert's body in Italy.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_the_Magnificent. He was born in 999. He was born in 999 at Normandy, Normandy, France.1 He was the son of Richard The Good Duke of Normandy and Judith of Brittany. Robert II 'The Magnificent' Duke of Normandy died on 2 July 1035 at Nicea, Bithynia, Turkey.1 He died on 22 July 1035 at Nicaea.

Children of Robert II 'The Magnificent' Duke of Normandy and Herluin Viscount of Conteville

Children of Robert II 'The Magnificent' Duke of Normandy and Herleva of Falaise

Citations

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William Athling Duke of Normandy

M, b. 5 August 1103, d. 25 November 1120
William Athling Duke of Normandy|b. 5 Aug 1103\nd. 25 Nov 1120|p15.htm#i10606|Henry I Beauclerc|b. 1068\nd. 1 Dec 1135|p2.htm#i891|Edith (Matilda) Princess of Scotland|b. Oct 1079\nd. 1 May 1118|p17.htm#i12338|William The Conqueror I|b. 14 Oct 1024\nd. 9 Sep 1087|p19.htm#i13708|Matilda De Flanders|b. 14 Oct 1024\nd. 2 Nov 1083|p6.htm#i4314|Malcolm I. K. o. Scotland|b. 1033\nd. 13 Nov 1093|p17.htm#i12348|Saint M. Athling|b. 1045\nd. 16 Nov 1093|p1.htm#i551|
     William Athling Duke of Normandy William (1103-November 25, 1120), surnamed Adelin (alternately rendered as Adelinus, Adelingus, Audelin or Ætheling[1]) was the only legitimate son and heir of Henry I of England and his wife Matilda of Scotland. His death caused a succession crisis, culminating in The Anarchy.

William was born in Winchester. His father, Henry I of England, was the youngest son of William the Conqueror, King of England and Duke of Normandy, and Matilda of Flanders. Robert Curthose, the eldest son of the Conqueror, had inherited Normandy, while William Rufus, the secondson, had inherited England; in 1100, Rufus was murdered, and Henry seized the throne. By 1105, he had also dispossessed Robert of Normandy.

William's mother was Matilda (also called Edith), the daughter of Malcolm III of Scotland by Saint Margaret of Scotland. Henry had arrangedthe marriage to conciliate his Anglo-Saxon subjects: Saint Margaret had been a granddaughter of the Anglo-Saxon King Edmund Ironside, and agreat-niece of Edward the Confessor; as such, the marriage represented a union between the new Norman rulers of England and the old Anglo-Saxon dynasty.

Although Henry I notoriously sired numerous illegitimate sons and daughters, his marriage to Matilda produced only William and his elder sister, Empress Matilda. As such, Henry's hopes for his succession rested solely upon William, who was, according to Henry of Huntingdon, 'a prince so pampered' that he seemed 'destined to be food for the fire.'[2]

During his lifetime, William was invested as Duke of Normandy, a title he held more in name than practice. The investment had been made byHenry I when he was pressed by the King of France to do homage as Duke of Normandy. As a King in his own right, Henry was loth to comply and in 1115 he offered to have William do this in his stead. This offerwas eventually accepted in 1120, after an intervening period of war, and William did homage to Louis VI of France in the middle of 1120. For this reason William is sometimes counted as Duke of Normandy (as either William III or William IV - William Clito is also sometimes designated 'Duke of Normandy'). William received, as the heir to the throne, the homage and fealty of the barons of Normandy in 1115 and of the barons of England in March 1116.[3]

William's mother Queen Edith usually served as Henry's regent in England while he was away in Normandy. After her death in 1118 William wasold enough to serve in her stead. He was closely advised in this roleby the King's administrators such as Roger of Salisbury. During the last year or so of his life he was sometimes referred to as rex designatus (king designate).

During his long reign Henry I of England would face several eruptionsof hostilities due to the alliances of rival regions with some of hisneighbors. In order to secure the loyalty of Anjou, a long-time rivalof Normandy, Henry betrothed William to Matilda of Anjou, eldest daughter of Count Fulk V of Anjou in February 1113 near Alençon.[4] The marriage finally took place June 1119 in Lisieux.[5]

William died in the White Ship tragedy of 25 November 1120. The Prince and his companions had been crossing the English Channel from Barfleur in the White Ship, the swiftest and most modern ship in the royal fleet. William and his party had remained drinking on the shore until after dark, confident that in a fast ship and on the still sea the delay would have no real effect. Consequently, it was the middle of the night when the drunken helmsman rammed the ship into a rock in the bay.The crew and passengers were unable to lever the ship off the rock, or prevent the ship from filling with water; however, William and several of his friends managed to launch a life-dinghy. At the last minute, William dashed back to rescue his illegitimate half-sister, the Countess of Perche; when they and several others threw themselves into the small dinghy, it, 'overcharged by the multitude that leapt into her, capsized and sank and buried all indiscriminately in the deep.'

Henry of Huntingdon, speaking of the disaster, wrote that William, 'instead of wearing embroidered robes...floated naked in the waves, and instead of ascending a lofty throne...found his grave at the bottom ofthe sea.'

William's wife was on another ship at the time of the wreck, and survived him to become a nun and eventually, Abbess of Fontevrault.

His death ruined his father's hopes and policies. Although he made a hasty second marriage (Matilda of Scotland had died in 1118) to Adeliza of Louvain, he did not produce any more legitimate children. With no clear male heir (the obvious choice, William Clito, the son of Henry's older brother, was not favoured by the King; Henry had an abundance of other nephews and illegitimate children, of whom his favoured nephew Stephen of Blois and illegitimate son Robert of Gloucester particularly stood out, but for various reasons none were chosen), Henry designated his daughter, Matilda, dowager Holy Roman Empress, as his heiress, marrying her to William's brother-in-law Geoffrey V of Anjou, andforcing his Barons to swear to uphold her rights; but on his death, the Barons reneged on their oaths on the grounds of coercion, and choseHenry's nephew, Stephen of Blois, prompting a period of English history known as The Anarchy.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Adelin. He was born in 1103. He was born on 5 August 1103 at Selby, Yorkshire, England.1 He was the son of Henry I Beauclerc and Edith (Matilda) Princess of Scotland. William Athling Duke of Normandy married Isabella Matilda Of Anjou, daughter of Fulk V De Anjou and Ermengarde of Maine, in 1119. William Athling Duke of Normandy died in 1120. He died on 25 November 1120 at Barfleur, France, at age 17.1

Citations

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Henry Norreys

M, b. 1248, d. 1320
     Henry Norreys was born in 1248 at Sutton, [parish], Lancashire, England. He died in 1320.

Children of Henry Norreys and Margery De Ireland

John Norreys

M, b. 1273
John Norreys|b. 1273|p15.htm#i10608|Henry Norreys|b. 1248\nd. 1320|p15.htm#i10607|Margery De Ireland|b. 1247|p6.htm#i4356|||||||Robert De Ireland|b. 1208|p6.htm#i4357|Beatrice Daresby|b. 1223|p6.htm#i4127|
     John Norreys was born in 1273 at Sutton, [parish], Lancashire, England. He was the son of Henry Norreys and Margery De Ireland.

Richard Norreys

M, b. 1278
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     Richard Norreys was born in 1278 at Ockholt Manor, Bray, Berkshire, England. He was the son of Henry Norreys and Margery De Ireland.

Child of Richard Norreys

Thomas Norreys

M, b. 1268
Thomas Norreys|b. 1268|p15.htm#i10610|Henry Norreys|b. 1248\nd. 1320|p15.htm#i10607|Margery De Ireland|b. 1247|p6.htm#i4356|||||||Robert De Ireland|b. 1208|p6.htm#i4357|Beatrice Daresby|b. 1223|p6.htm#i4127|
     Thomas Norreys was born in 1268 at Sutton, [parish], Lancashire, England. He was the son of Henry Norreys and Margery De Ireland.

Walter Norris1

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Citations

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Judith Countess Of Northumbria1

F, b. 1037, d. 1094
     Judith Countess Of Northumbria was born in 1037 at Flanders, France.1 She died in 1094.1

Child of Judith Countess Of Northumbria and Henry The Este

Citations

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Siward Earl of Northumbria

M, d. 1055
     Siward Earl of Northumbria Sigurd Björnsson, also known as Siward the Dane (died 1055), was an English nobleman in the eleventh century, and the earl of Northumbria.

Siward was allegedly a descendant of the Danish royal family, whose ancestors may have arrived in England a few generations earlier as partof the Norse colonisation of Britain. Some historians suggest that Siward arrived in England with King Canute I and that Canute invested the title and position of Earl of York onto him in 1031.

In 1033 Siward married into the Northumbrian princely house, that of Bamburgh (after winning their admiration as a warrior) by taking Aelfled, granddaughter of Uhtred, former Earl of Northumbria, as his wife and thus strengthening his own position in that domain. Some sources say that through this marriage, Siward was then distantly related to Duncan; another version is that Siward's own sister became wife of king Duncan. This relation to the Scottish royal family would later affect the landscape of Scottish politics.

Siward was encouraged to settle disputes between his deputies Carl the Hold of York and Eadulf the Earl of Bamburgh, but was ultimately unsuccessful. The dispute had started in 1016 when Uchtred the Bold was murdered by Carl's father Thurbrand the Hold during the meeting with King Canute I. Eadulf had been Earl (only of Bernicia) since the death of his brother Ealdred, Earl of Bernicia, Uhtred's oldest son, sometime after 1019. Ealdred had ended up killing Thurband the Hold to avenge his father and in turn Carl the Hold killed Ealdred.

In 1041 Eadulf III of Bernicia, the Earl of the North-East, was killed. The assailant was probably Siward, who became Earl of Northumbria. Siward continued to rule all of Northumbria (including Bernicia) from 1041 until his death in 1055. His marriage produced two sons, the older Osberne and the younger Waltheof II.

Through marriage, Siward became either the uncle or the brother-in-law of Malcolm Canmore (one text erroneously calls him his grandfather). Following Macbeth's defeat of Malcolm's father King Duncan I in 1040, the infant Malcolm was sent to Northumbria to be guarded by Siward.[citation needed] Siward provided protection, shelter and military training for the future Scottish ruler.

Conquests
Siward served as a general to King Harthacanute (second son of King Canute) and Edward the Confessor, and gained great renown for his skills as a soldier.

In 1053, Edward the Confessor agreed to assist the now adult Malcolm in taking the throne of Scotland, and designated Siward as leader of the English army (over 10,000 strong).[citation needed]

In 1054 Siward led the English invasion of Scotland. He defeated Macbeth's forces when the two armies clashed on July 27 (some historians suggest that Siward's army disguised their attack by concealing themselves behind tree branches and wood 'used as camouflage' from nearby Birnam forest). The Annals of Ulster reported that the Battle of Dunsinane left 3000 Scots and 1500 English dead. Thus, the incursion was met with limited success, even though it succeeded in capturing the fortress of Dunsinane.

Although Macbeth's army suffered heavy losses, Macbeth himself managed to escape North and continued to rule for another three years untilhis final and decisive defeat in 1057 at the Battle of Lumphanan.

Siward's oldest son, Osberne, and his son-in-law were killed during the campaign in Scotland.

Death
Siward died in York in early 1055, never seeing the final defeat of Macbeth. Siward himself deeply regretted 'dying like a cow' and not having been killed in battle. He is reputed to have risen from his death-bed and donned his armour to meet his end more fittingly. Siward is reputedly buried at St Olave's Church, York, which he is said to have founded.

As Siward's oldest son Osberne had died in the Scottish campaign and Waltheof being only 10 at the time of father's death, Tostig became Siward's successor as Earl of Northumbria.

Legends
Rumoured to be a man of unusual strength and size (some referring to him as a 'giant') it was traditionally said that Siward's grandfather was a bear and Siward himself was the dragon-slayer of Orkney.

In the 20th century excavations were made of Siward's grave. Supposedly these revealed a skeleton of a man who would have been 6'7' tall.

Progeny
Siward's only surviving son Waltheof, 1st Earl of Northampton, married Judith of Lens, a niece of William the Conqueror. William executed Waltheof in 1076 after finding out (from Judith) that he had been involved in two conspiracies against him. Waltheof was the only Anglo-Saxon noble to be executed by William the Conqueror.

Malcolm's son King David I would later marry Siward's granddaughter Matilda, widow of Simon de St. Liz the elder. Siward's descendants alsoincluded James I of England, although this was not fully known duringJames' time.

Siward's direct descendant and genealogically at the time seniormost heir John Dudley, Viscount Lisle, Earl of Warwick, became Lord President of the Council and effective regent during the reign of Edward VI and was created 1st Duke of Northumberland.

It is also said that Siward was the forefather of the Armstrong Clan,a famous border reiver clan.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sigurd%2C_Earl_of_Northumbria. He died in 1055.

Child of Siward Earl of Northumbria

Waltheof II Earl of Northumbria

M, b. 1050, d. 31 May 1076
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     Waltheof II Earl of Northumbria Waltheof (1050-31 May 1076), Earl of Northumbria and last of the Anglo-Saxon earls. He was the only English aristocrat to be formally executed during the reign of William I. He was reputed for his physical strength but was weak and unreliable in character.

He was said to be devout and charitable and was probably educated fora monastic life. In fact, around 1065 he became an earl, governing Northamptonshire and Huntingdonshire. Following the Battle of Hastings he submitted to William and was allowed to keep his pre-Conquest titleand possessions.

When Sweyn II invaded Northern England in 1069 Waltheof and Edgar Ætheling joined the Danes and took part in the attack on York. He would again make a fresh submission to William after the departure of the invaders in 1070. He was restored to his earldom, and went on to marry William's niece, Judith of Lens. In 1072, he was appointed Earl of Northampton.

The Domesday Book mentions Waltheof ('Walleff'); ''In Hallam ('Halun'), one manor with its sixteen hamlets, there are twenty-nine carucates[~14 km²] to be taxed. There Earl Waltheof had an 'Aula' [hall or court]. There may have been about twenty ploughs. This land Roger de Busli holds of the Countess Judith.' (Hallam, or Hallamshire, is now partof the city of Sheffield.

In 1075 Waltheof joined the Revolt of the Earls against William. He again repented, confessing his guilt first to Archbishop Lanfranc, and then in person to William, who was at the time in Normandy. He returned to England with William but was arrested, brought twice before the king's court and sentenced to death.

He was beheaded on May 31, 1076 at St. Giles's Hill, near Winchester.Regarded by the English as a martyr, miracles were rumoured at his tomb in Crowland.

Family and children
He was a son of Earl Sigurd, Earl of Northumbria.

In 1070 he married Judith of Lens, daughter of Lambert II, Count of Lens and Adelaide of Normandy, Countess of Aumale. They had three daughters, the eldest of whom, Maud, brought the earldom of Huntingdon to her second husband, David I of Scotland.

One of Waltheof's grandsons was Waltheof (d. 1159), abbot of Melrose.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waltheof%2C_1st_Earl_of_Northampton. He was born in 1050. He was the son of Siward Earl of Northumbria. Waltheof II Earl of Northumbria died on 31 May 1076.

Child of Waltheof II Earl of Northumbria and Judith of Lens

Anne of Denmark and Norway1

F, b. 14 October 1574, d. 4 March 1619
     Her married name was England. Anne of Denmark and Norway was born on 14 October 1574 at Skanderborg Castle, Jutland, Denmark.1 She married James I King of England, son of Henry Stuart and Mary Stewart Queen of Scotland, on 23 November 1589 at Oslo, Norway.1 Anne of Denmark and Norway died on 4 March 1619 at Hampton Palace, Richmond, England, at age 44.1

Children of Anne of Denmark and Norway and James I King of England

Citations

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Margaret (Margrethe) of Denmark and Norway

F, d. 14 July 1486
     Margaret (Margrethe) of Denmark and Norway died on 14 July 1486.

Child of Margaret (Margrethe) of Denmark and Norway and James III King of Scotland

Swein King of Norway1

M, d. 1036
Swein King of Norway|d. 1036|p15.htm#i10617|Canute The Great|b. 995\nd. 12 Nov 1035|p8.htm#i5961|Elfreda Elgifu|b. 963\nd. 1002|p7.htm#i5022|Svend I. England|b. 960\nd. 2 Feb 1014|p7.htm#i5087|Sigrid S. Skoglar Testedot|b. 970\nd. 2 Feb 1014|p17.htm#i12737|||||||
     Swein King of Norway was the son of Canute The Great and Elfreda Elgifu. Swein King of Norway died in 1036.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Martha E Norwood1

F, b. 30 August 1851, d. 30 January 1921
     Her married name was Matheson. Martha E Norwood was born on 30 August 1851 at Conway, Arkansas, USA.1 She married Elisha Dallas Matheson, son of Eli Matheson and Anne Bess, on 23 February 1871 at Clay, North Carolina, USA.1 Martha E Norwood died on 30 January 1921 at Clay, North Carolina, USA, at age 69.1

Children of Martha E Norwood and Elisha Dallas Matheson

Citations

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Landulf Bishop of Noyon

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Landulf Bishop of Noyon||p15.htm#i10619|Herbert III Count of Vermandois|b. 953\nd. 1015|p19.htm#i13964|Eadgifu of England||p7.htm#i5079|Adalbert I. C. o. Vermandois|b. 915\nd. 9 Sep 988|p19.htm#i13957|Gerberge o. Lorraine||p13.htm#i9638|Edward t. E. K. o. England|b. 871\nd. 17 Jul 924|p7.htm#i5082|(?) Edgiva|b. 896\nd. 968|p7.htm#i4973|
     Landulf Bishop of Noyon is the son of Herbert III Count of Vermandois and Eadgifu of England.

Simon Bishop of Noyon

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Simon Bishop of Noyon||p15.htm#i10620|Hugh Magnus of Vermandois|b. 1053\nd. 18 Oct 1101|p19.htm#i13966|Adele of Vermandois||p19.htm#i13960|Henry I. C. K. o. France||p8.htm#i5501|Anna A. Yaroslavna|b. 1036\nd. 1077|p20.htm#i14992|Herbert I. C. o. Vermandois|b. 1028\nd. 1080|p19.htm#i13965|Adele o. Valois||p19.htm#i13938|
     Simon Bishop of Noyon is the son of Hugh Magnus of Vermandois and Adele of Vermandois.

Bessie O'Brian1

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Children of Bessie O'Brian and Julius Grigg

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Brittney O'Neill

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Brittney O'Neill||p15.htm#i10622|Bryant O'Neill||p15.htm#i10623|Diane Boganski||p3.htm#i2153|||||||Stanley E. Boganski||p3.htm#i2161|Barbara Helfrich||p9.htm#i6658|
     Brittney O'Neill is the daughter of Bryant O'Neill and Diane Boganski.

Bryant O'Neill

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     Bryant O'Neill married Diane Boganski, daughter of Stanley Edward Boganski and Barbara Helfrich.

Children of Bryant O'Neill and Diane Boganski

Justin O'Neill

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Justin O'Neill||p15.htm#i10624|Bryant O'Neill||p15.htm#i10623|Diane Boganski||p3.htm#i2153|||||||Stanley E. Boganski||p3.htm#i2161|Barbara Helfrich||p9.htm#i6658|
     Justin O'Neill is the son of Bryant O'Neill and Diane Boganski.

Melanie Tara O'Neill

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Melanie Tara O'Neill||p15.htm#i10625|Bryant O'Neill||p15.htm#i10623|Diane Boganski||p3.htm#i2153|||||||Stanley E. Boganski||p3.htm#i2161|Barbara Helfrich||p9.htm#i6658|
     Melanie Tara O'Neill is the daughter of Bryant O'Neill and Diane Boganski.

Lizzie O Brien1

F, d. 6 August 1893
     Her married name was Friday. Lizzie O Brien married David Franklin Friday, son of Marion David Friday and Sarah Black, on 19 December 1883.1 Lizzie O Brien died on 6 August 1893.1

Citations

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George W O Dell1

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     George W O Dell married Nancy C Rodgers, daughter of William Rodgers and Catherine Bess, on 28 March 1888 at Stoddard, Missouri, USA.1

Citations

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Astrid Princess Obotrites1

F, b. 979, d. 1001
     Astrid Princess Obotrites was born in 979 at Sweden.1 She died in 1001 at Uppsala, Sweden.1

Child of Astrid Princess Obotrites and King Olaf the Bold Eriksson

Citations

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(?) Oda

F, d. 17 May 913
(?) Oda|d. 17 May 913|p15.htm#i10629|(?) Billung||p3.htm#i1888|(?) Aeda||p1.htm#i344|||||||||||||
     (?) Oda was the daughter of (?) Billung and (?) Aeda. (?) Oda died on 17 May 913.

Child of (?) Oda and Liudolf Duke of Saxony

(?) Oda

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(?) Oda||p15.htm#i10630|(?) Billung||p3.htm#i1889|(?) Aeda||p1.htm#i345|||||||||||||
     (?) Oda is the daughter of (?) Billung and (?) Aeda.

Child of (?) Oda and Liudolf Duke of Saxony

(?) Oda

F, b. 995, d. 23 October 1044
(?) Oda|b. 995\nd. 23 Oct 1044|p15.htm#i10631|Gothelo I Duke of Lorraine|b. 967\nd. 19 Apr 1044|p13.htm#i9643||||Godfrey I. C. o. Verdun|d. 1002|p19.htm#i13956|Matilda o. Burgundy||p4.htm#i2590|||||||
     (?) Oda was born in 995 at Lorraine, France.1 She was the daughter of Gothelo I Duke of Lorraine. (?) Oda died on 23 October 1044 at Louvain, Brabant, Belgium.1

Child of (?) Oda and Lambert II Count of Leuven

Citations

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Isabella Matilda Of Anjou1

F, b. 1109, d. 1154
Isabella Matilda Of Anjou|b. 1109\nd. 1154|p15.htm#i10632|Fulk V De Anjou|b. 1092\nd. 10 Nov 1143|p6.htm#i4165|Ermengarde of Maine|b. 1096\nd. 1126|p13.htm#i9746|||||||Elias I. o. Maine|d. 11 Jul 1110|p13.htm#i9745|(?) Matilda||p14.htm#i9943|
     Her married name was Normandy. Isabella Matilda Of Anjou Matilda of Anjou, also known as Isabella d'Anjou and Alice, (c.1101-07 - 1154) was married in 1119 to William Adelin, son and heir of Henry I of England. She was the daughter of Count Fulk V of Anjou, and his first wife Ermengarde of Maine (d. 1126).

Their betrothal occurred when she was quite young. William and Matildaa set out on a trip from Anjou to England on 25 November 1120.

A considerable party of hundreds of nobles, courtiers, other retinue,and ship's crew set sail on two or more ships, one of which was namedthe White Ship. On the crossing of the English Channel the White Shipwas wrecked with the loss of all aboard save one. The disaster affected an entire generation of English and French politics as it threw thesuccession of the English throne into question.

While William had sailed on the White Ship, Matilda had not and survived her husband. She did not remarry and took vows at Fontevrault Abbey eventually becoming Abbess.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matilda_of_Anjou. She was born in 1109 at Angers, Maine Et Loire, France.1 She was the daughter of Fulk V De Anjou and Ermengarde of Maine. Isabella Matilda Of Anjou married William Athling Duke of Normandy, son of Henry I Beauclerc and Edith (Matilda) Princess of Scotland, in 1119. Isabella Matilda Of Anjou died in 1154 at Fontevrault Lab, Maine Et Loire, France.1

Citations

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Blanche of Artois

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Children of Blanche of Artois and Edmund (Crouchback) Plantagenet

Duke Ansegisel Of Austrasia1

M, b. 624, d. 679
Duke Ansegisel Of Austrasia|b. 624\nd. 679|p15.htm#i10634|Saint Arnulf of Metz|b. 580\nd. 16 Aug 641|p14.htm#i10272|Princess Clothilde Of Metz|b. 602\nd. 654|p15.htm#i10641|||||||||||||
     Duke Ansegisel Of Austrasia was also known as Ansegisel. He Ansegisel (also Ansgise) (ca 602 or 610 - murdered before 679 or 662)was the son of Saint Arnulf, bishop of Metz and his wife Saint Doda. He served King Sigbert III of Austrasia (634-656) as a duke (Latin dux, a military leader) and domesticus. He was killed sometime before 679, slain in a feud by his enemy Gundewin.

Marriage and issue
He married sometime after 639 to Saint Begga, the daughter of Pepin of Landen.

They had the following children:

Pippin II (635 or 640-December 16, 714), mayor of the palace of Austrasia
Martin, count of Laon
Clotilda of Heristal (650-699), married King Theodoric III of Neustria

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ansegisel. He was born in 624.1 He was the son of Saint Arnulf of Metz and Princess Clothilde Of Metz. Duke Ansegisel Of Austrasia married (?) Saint Begga, daughter of Pepin the Elder of Landen and Itta (?), after 639. Duke Ansegisel Of Austrasia died in 679.1

Children of Duke Ansegisel Of Austrasia and (?) Saint Begga

Citations

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Anne of Bohemia

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     Anne of Bohemia married Richard II Plantagenet, son of Edward the Black Prince Plantagenet and Joan Countess of Kent, in 1382.

John Lord Giffard of Brimsfield

M, b. 1232, d. 29 May 1299
     John Lord Giffard of Brimsfield was born in 1232. He died on 29 May 1299 at Boyton, Wilts., England.

Child of John Lord Giffard of Brimsfield and Maud De Clifford

Eleanor Of Castile1

F, b. 1244, d. 29 November 1290
     Eleanor Of Castile Eleanor of Castile (1241 - 28 November 1290) was the first Queen consort of Edward I of England.

Birth

Eleanor was born in Castile, Spain, daughter of Fernando III, King ofCastile and Leon and his second wife, Jeanne, Countess of Ponthieu. Her Castilian name, Leonor, became Alienor or Alianor in England, and Eleanor in modern English. She was the second of five children born to Fernando and Jeanne. Her elder brother Fernando was born in 1239/40, her younger brother Louis in 1242/43; two sons born after Louis died young. For the ceremonies in 1291 marking the first anniversary of Eleanor's death, 49 candlebearers were paid to walk in the public procession to commemorate each year of her life. This would date her birth to the year 1241.

Prospective bride to Theobald II of Navarre

Eleanor's marriage in 1254 to the future Edward I of England was not the first marriage her family planned for her. The kings of Castile had long claimed to be paramount lords of the Kingdom of Navarre in thePyrenees, and from 1250 Ferdinand III and his heir, Eleanor's half-brother Alfonso X of Castile, hoped she would marry Theobald II of Navarre. To avoid Castilian control, Margaret of Bourbon (mother to Theobald II) in 1252 allied with James I of Aragon instead, and as part of that treaty solemnly promised that Theobald would never marry Eleanor.

Marriage

In 1252, Alfonso X resurrected flimsy ancestral claims to the duchy of Gascony, in the south of Aquitaine, last possession of the Kingdom of England in France. Henry III of England swiftly countered Alfonso'sclaims. Early in 1254 the two kings began to negotiate; after haggling over the financial provision for Eleanor, Henry and Alfonso agreed she would marry Henry's son Edward, and Alfonso would transfer his Gascon claims to Edward.

The young couple married at the monastery of Las Huelgas, Burgos on 1November 1254. Henry III took pride in resolving the Gascon crisis sodecisively, but his English subjects feared that the marriage would bring Eleanor's kinfolk and countrymen to live off Henry's ruinous generosity. Several of her relatives did come to England soon after her marriage. She was too young to stop them or prevent Henry III paying forthem, but she was blamed anyway and her marriage was unpopular.

Second Barons' War

There is little record of Eleanor's life in England until the 1260s, when the Second Barons' War, a civil war between Henry III and his barons, divided the kingdom. During this period Eleanor supported Edward's interests, importing archers from her mother's county of Ponthieu in France. Later rumors that she sought more troops from Castile led to her removal from Windsor Castle in June 1264 after the Battle of Lewes; Edward was imprisoned and she was kept at Westminster. After Edward and Henry's army defeated the baronial army at the Battle of Evesham in 1265, Edward took a major role in reforming the government and Eleanor rose to prominence at his side.

Crusade

By 1270, the kingdom was pacified and Edward and Eleanor left to joinhis uncle Louis IX of France on the Eighth Crusade. Louis died at Carthage before they arrived, however, and after they spent the winter inSicily, the couple went on to Acre in Palestine, where they arrived in May 1271.

The crusade was militarily unsuccessful, but Baibars of the Bahri dynasty was worried enough by Edward's presence at Acre that an assassination attempt was made on the English heir in June 1272. He was woundedin the arm by a dagger that was thought to be poisoned. The wound soon became seriously inflamed, and an English surgeon saved him by cutting away the diseased flesh, but only after Eleanor was led from his bed, 'weeping and wailing.'

Later storytellers embellished this incident, claiming Eleanor suckedpoison from the wound, but this fanciful tale has no foundation. Theyleft Palestine in September 1272 and heard of Henry III's death (16 November 1272) in Sicily that December. Edward and Eleanor returned to England and were crowned together on 19 August 1274.

Queen consort of England

Arranged royal marriages in the Middle Ages were not always happy, but available evidence indicates that Eleanor and Edward were devoted to each other. They were rarely apart; she accompanied him on militarycampaigns in Wales, famously giving birth to their son Edward on 25 April 1284 amid the construction of Caernarfon Castle.

Their household records witness incidents that imply a comfortable, even humorous, relationship. Each year on Easter Monday, Edward let Eleanor's ladies trap him in his bed and paid them a token ransom so he could go to her bedroom on the first day after Lent; so important was this custom to him that in 1291, on the first Easter Monday after Eleanor's death, he gave her ladies the money he would have given them had she been alive. Edward disliked ceremonies and in 1290 refused to attend the marriage of Earl Marshal Roger Bigod, 5th Earl of Norfolk; Eleanor thoughtfully (or resignedly) paid minstrels to play for him while he sat alone during the wedding.

A love match?

That Edward remained single until he wed Marguerite of France in 1299is often cited to prove he cherished Eleanor's memory. In fact he considered a second marriage as early as 1293, but this does not mean he did not mourn Eleanor. Eloquent testimony is found in his letter to the abbot of Cluny in France (January 1291), seeking prayers for the soul of the wife 'whom living we dearly cherished, and whom dead we cannot cease to love.' The several locations known as Charing Cross are named for the twelve elaborate stone crosses (of which three survive) that Edward had erected between 1291 and 1294 in her memory, marking theroute of her body as it was taken to London. (The story that the name'Charing' is from the French chère reine or 'dear Queen' is mere legend, as is the name's supposed derivation from 'char ring,' allegedly referring to a circular roadway in which the nobles' carriages (chars) waited while their owners attended court. In fact the name Charing is found for that part of London at least as early as the 1250s and probably existed long before that.)

However, only one of Eleanor's sons survived childhood and, even before she died, Edward worried over the succession: if that son died, their daughters' husbands might cause a succession war. Despite personal grief, Edward faced his duty and married again. He delighted in the sons his new wife bore, but attended memorial services for Eleanor to the end of his life, Marguerite at his side on at least one occasion.

Popularity

Eleanor is warmly remembered by history as the queen who inspired theEleanor crosses, but she was not so loved in her own time. The English saw her as a greedy foreigner. Walter of Guisborough preserves a contemporary poem:

'The king desires to get our gold/the queen, our manors fair to hold...'

John Peckham, Archbishop of Canterbury warned Eleanor that her activities in the land market caused rumor and scandal across the realm. Eleanor's often aggressive acquisition of lands was an unusual degree of economic activity for any medieval noblewoman, let alone a queen: between 1274 and 1290 she acquired estates worth above L2500 yearly. In fact, Edward initiated this process and his ministers helped her. He wanted the queen to hold lands sufficient for her financial needs withoutdrawing on funds needed for government. One of his methods to help Eleanor acquire land was to give her debts Christian landlords owed Jewish moneylenders; she then foreclosed on lands pledged for the debts. Association with the unpopular moneylenders further blighted her reputation.

Peckham also warned of the outcry against her officials' demands uponher tenants. On her deathbed, Eleanor asked Edward to name justices to examine the officials' actions and make reparations. The proceedings from this inquest reveal a pattern of ruthless exactions, often without the queen's knowledge. She righted a number of such wrongs when she heard of them, but not often enough to prevent a third warning fromPecham that many in England thought she urged Edward to rule harshly.In fact Edward allowed her little political influence, but her officials' demands were ascribed to her imagined personal severity, which was used to explain the king's administrative strictness. In other words, the queen was made to wear the king's unpopular mask. It was alwayssafer to blame a foreign-born queen than to criticize a 'good' king, and easier to believe he was misled by a meddling wife. Eleanor was neither the first queen nor the last to be blamed for a king's actions, but in her case the unsavory conduct of her own administration made iteven easier to shift such blame to her.

Limited political influence

Contemporary evidence shows clearly that Eleanor had no impact on thepolitical history of Edward's reign. Even in diplomatic matters her role was minor, though Edward did heed her advice on the age at which their daughters could marry. Otherwise she merely bestowed gifts on visiting princes or envoys. Edward always honoured his obligations to Alfonso X, but even when Alfonso's need was desperate in the early 1280s,Edward did not send English knights to Castile; he sent only knights from Gascony. In England, Eleanor did mediate disputes of a minor nature, but only with the help of ranking members of Edward's entourage. Edward was prepared to stop her if he felt she had gone too far in any of her activities, and expected his ministers to do likewise.

If she was allowed no effective official role, Eleanor was an intelligent woman and found satisfying outlets for her energies. She was an active patroness of vernacular literature, with scribes and an illuminator in her household to copy books for her. Some of these were apparently vernacular romances and saints' lives, but Eleanor's tastes rangedwidely. The number and variety of new works written for her show thather interests were sophisticated. On Crusade in 1272, she had De Re Militari by Vegetius translated for Edward. After she succeeded her mother as countess of Ponthieu in 1279, a romance was written for her about the life of a supposed 9th century count of Ponthieu. In the 1280s,Archbishop Peckham wrote a work for her to explain what angels were and what they did. In January 1286 she thanked the abbot of Cerne for lending her a book--possibly the treatise on chess known to have been written at Cerne in the late thirteenth century--and her accounts reveal her in 1290 corresponding with an Oxford master about one of her books.

The queen was a devoted patron of Dominican Order friars, founding several priories in England and supporting their work at the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge. Not surprisingly, Eleanor'spiety was of an intellectual stamp; apart from her religious foundations she was not given to good works, and she left it to her chaplains to distribute alms for her. She patronized many relatives, though given foreigners' unpopularity in England and the criticism of Henry III and Eleanor of Provence's generosity to them, she was cautious as queen to choose which cousins to support. Rather than marry her male cousins to English heiresses, which would put English wealth in foreign hands, she arranged marriages for her female cousins to English barons. Edward strongly supported these endeavors.

Death

In the autumn of 1290, news reached Edward that Margaret, the Maid ofNorway, heiress of Scotland, had died. He had just held a parliament at Clipstone in Nottinghamshire, and continued to linger in those parts, presumably to await news of further developments in Scotland. Eleanor followed him at a leisurely pace as she was unwell with a feverish illness, first reported in 1287. After the couple left Clipstone they travelled slowly toward the city of Lincoln, a destination Eleanor would never reach.

Her condition worsened as they reached the village of Harby, Nottinghamshire, less than 10 miles from Lincoln[citation needed]). The journey was abandoned, and the queen was lodged in the house of Richard de Weston, the foundations of which can still be seen near Harby's parishchurch. After piously receiving the Church's last rites, she died there on the evening of the 28th of November 1290, aged 49 and after 36 years of marriage. Edward was at her bedside to hear her final requests.

Edward followed her body to burial in Westminster Abbey, and erected memorial crosses at the site of each overnight stop between Lincoln and Westminster. Based on crosses in France marking Louis IX's funeral procession, these artistically significant monuments enhanced the image of Edward's kingship as well as witnessing his grief. The 'Eleanor crosses' stood at Lincoln, Grantham, Stamford, Geddington, Northampton, Stony Stratford, Woburn, Dunstable, St Albans, Waltham, Westcheap, and Charing - only 3 survive, none in its entirety. The finest is thatat Geddington. All 3 have lost the crosses 'of immense height' that originally surmounted them; only the lower stages remain. The Waltham cross has been heavily restored and to prevent further deterioration, its original statues of the queen are now in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The Waltham and Northampton crosses have been moved tolocations different from their original sites.

The monument now known as 'Charing Cross' in London, in front of the railway station of that name, was built in 1865 to publicise the railway hotel. The original Charing cross was at the top of Whitehall, on the south side of Trafalgar Square, but was destroyed in 1647 and laterreplaced by a statue of Charles I.

After embalming, which in the thirteenth century involved evisceration, Eleanor's viscera were buried in Lincoln Cathedral, and Edward placed a duplicate of the Westminster tomb there. The Lincoln tomb's original stone chest survives; its effigy was destroyed in the 17th centuryand replaced with a 19th-century copy. On the outside of Lincoln Cathedral are two prominent statues often identified as Edward and Eleanor, but these images were heavily restored in the 19th century and probably were not originally intended to depict the couple.[1]

The queen's heart was taken with the body to London and was buried inthe Dominican priory of Blackfriars in London. The accounts of her executors show that the monument constructed there to commemorate her heart burial was richly elaborate, including wall paintings as well as an angelic statue in metal that apparently stood under a carved stone canopy. It was destroyed in the Dissolution of the Monasteries.

Eleanor's funeral took place in Westminster Abbey on 17 December 1290. Her body was placed in a grave near the high altar that had originally contained the coffin of Edward the Confessor and, more recently, that of King Henry III until his remains were removed to his new tomb in 1290. Eleanor's body remained in this grave until the completion ofher own tomb. She probably ordered that tomb before her death. It consists of a marble chest with carved moldings and shields (originally painted) of the arms of England, Castile, and Ponthieu. The chest is surmounted by William Torel's superb gilt-bronze effigy, showing Eleanorin the same pose as the image on her great seal.

Legacy

Eleanor of Castile's queenship is significant in English history for the evolution of a stable financial system for the king's wife, and for the honing this process gave the queen-consort's prerogatives. The estates Eleanor assembled became the nucleus for dower assignments made to later queens of England into the 15th century, and her involvement in this process solidly established a queen-consort's freedom to engage in such transactions. Few later queens exerted themselves in economic activity to the extent Eleanor did, but their ability to do so rested on the precedents settled in her lifetime.

Historical reputation

Despite her unpopularity in her own day, Eleanor of Castile has had apositive reputation since the 16th century. The antiquarian William Camden first published in England the tale that Eleanor saved Edward's life at Acre by sucking his wound. Camden then went on to ascribe construction of the Eleanor crosses to Edward's grief at the loss of an heroic wife who selflessly risked her own life to save his. Historians in the 17th century and the 18th century parrotted Camden, and in the 19th century the self-styled historian Agnes Strickland used Camden topaint the rosiest of all pictures of Eleanor. None of these writers used contemporary chronicles or records that could provide accurate information about Eleanor's life.

Such documents became widely available only in the late 19th century,and even when historians began to cite them to suggest that Eleanor was not the perfect queen Strickland praised, many rejected the correction. Only since 1945 have historians studied queenship in its own right and regarded medieval queens as worthy of attention. These decades produced a sizeable body of historical work that allows Eleanor's lifeto be scrutinized in the terms of her own day, not of the 17th or 19th centuries.

The evolution of her reputation is a case study in the maxim that each age creates its own history. If as a result she can no longer be seen as a paradigm of queenly virtue, her career can now be examined as the achievement of an intelligent and determined woman who was able tomeet the challenges of an exceptionally demanding life.

Children of Queen Eleanor and King Edward I:
1. Daughter, stillborn in May 1255 in Bordeaux, France. Some sources list her name as Blanche.
2. Katherine, (before June 17, 1264 - September 5, 1264) and buried at Westminster Abbey.
3. Joan, born January 1265, buried at Westminster Abbey before September 7, 1265.
4. John, (13 July 1266 - August 3, 1271) at Wallingford, in the custody of his granduncle, Richard, Earl of Cornwall. Buried at WestminsterAbbey.
5. Henry of England, (before 6 May 1268 - October 16, 1274).
6. Eleanor, (18 June 1269 - 29 August 1298). Buried 12 October 1298. She was long betrothed to Alfonso III of Aragon, who died in 1291 before the marriage could take place, and in 1293 she married Count Henry III of Bar.
7. Daughter, (28 May 1271 Palestine - 5 September 1271). Some sourceslist her name as Juliana.
8. Joan of Acre. (April 1272 - April 7, 1307). She married (1) Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Hertford, (2) Ralph Morthermer, 1st Baron Monthermer.
9. Alphonso, Earl of Chester, born 24 November 1273, died 19 August 1284, buried in Westminster Abbey.
10. Margaret Plantagenet, (15 March 1275 - after 1318). She married John II of Brabant.
11. Berengaria, (1 May 1276 - before 27 June 1278), buried in Westminster Abbey.
12. Daughter, died shortly after birth, January 1278. Some sources list her name as Isabella.
13. Mary, (11 March 1279 - 29 May 1332), a nun in Amesbury, Wiltshire(England).
14. A son, born in 1280 or 1281 who died very shortly after birth. Some sources list his name as William.
15. Elizabeth of Rhuddlan, (7 August 1282 - 5 May 1316). She married (1) John I, Count of Holland, (2) Humphrey de Bohun, 4th Earl of Hereford & 3rd Earl of Essex.
16. Edward II of England, also known as Edward of Caernarvon, (25 April 1284 - 21 September 1327). He married Isabella of France.

[edit] Eleanor as a mother

It has been suggested that Eleanor and Edward were more devoted to each other than to their children. As king and queen, however, it was impossible for them to spend much time in one place, and when they were very young, the children could not travel constantly with their parents. The children had a household staffed with attendants carefully chosen for competence and loyalty, with whom the parents corresponded regularly. The children lived in this comfortable establishment until theywere about seven years old; then they began to accompany their parents for important occasions, and by their teens they were with the kingand queen much of the time. In 1290, Eleanor sent one of her scribes to join this household, presumably to share in her children's education, and in 1306 Edward sharply scolded the woman in charge of his children because she had not kept him informed of their health.

Two incidents cited to imply Eleanor's lack of interest in her children are easily explained in the contexts of royal childrearing in general, and of particular events surrounding Edward and Eleanor's family. When their six-year-old son Henry lay dying at Guildford in 1274, neither parent made the short journey from London to see him; but he was tended by Edward's mother Eleanor of Provence, who had raised the boy during the four years his parents were on Crusade. The grandmother was thus at that moment more familiar to him than his parents, and the better able to comfort him in his illness. Since Henry was always sickly,the gravity of his illness was perhaps not realized until it was too late for his parents to reach him. Similarly, Edward and Eleanor allowed her mother Jeanne to raise their daughter Joan in Ponthieu (1274-78). This implies no parental lack of interest in the girl; the practiceof fostering noble children in other households of sufficient dignitywas not unknown and Jeanne was, of course, a dowager queen of Castile. Her household was thus safe and dignified, but it does appear that Edward and Eleanor had cause to regret their generosity in allowing Jeanne to foster young Joan. When the girl reached England in 1278, agedsix, it turned out that she had been badly spoiled by her grandmother. She was spirited and often defiant throughout childhood, and in adulthood remained quite a handful for Edward.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eleanor_of_Castile. She was born in 1244 at Burgos, Burgos, Spain.1 She married Edward I Plantagenet, son of King Henry III Plantagenet and Eleanor Countess of Provence, on 18 October 1254 at Burgos, Burgos, Spain. Eleanor Of Castile died on 29 November 1290 at Herdeby, Lincolnshire, England.1

Children of Eleanor Of Castile and Edward I Plantagenet

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Elvira Of Castile1

F, b. 1114, d. 8 February 1135
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     Elvira Of Castile Elvira of Castile (c. 1100 - 8 February 1135) was a daughter of Alfonso VI of Castile by his fourth queen, Isabel (perhaps identical to theMoslem convert Zaida, baptized as Isabel, who had been Alfonso's mistress).

Elvira married Roger II of Sicily in 1117, but only infrequently saw him thereafter, for he was much preoccupied with rebellions on the Italian Peninsula and she stayed with her children in Palermo the capital. Despite this, the marriage was undoubtedly happy, for she bore Roger five sons before she died in 1135. Her death put Roger in such a deep depression that he was thought dead, he was so reclusive.

Their sons were:

Roger (died 12 May 1148), heir, Duke of Apulia (from 1135), possibly also Count of Lecce.
Tancred (died 1138), Prince of Bari (from 1135).
Alfonso (died 1144), Prince of Capua (from 1135) and Duke of Naples.
William (died 7 May 1166), his successor, Duke of Apulia (from 1148).
Henry, died in infancy.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elvira_of_Castile_%28Sicilian_queen%29. She was born in 1114 at Rome, Italy.1 She was the daughter of Alfonso VI King of Castile and (?) Isabel. Elvira Of Castile died on 8 February 1135.1

Child of Elvira Of Castile and Roger Guiscard King of Sicily

Citations

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Matilda (Empress Maud) of England1

F, b. 5 August 1102, d. 10 September 1169
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     Her married name was Anjou. Matilda (Empress Maud) of England was also known as Matilda (Empress Maud) Plantagenet. She Empress Matilda (February 1102 - September 10, 1167; sometimes Maud or Maude), also called Matilda, Countess of Anjou or Matilda, Lady of the English, was the daughter and dispossessed heir of King Henry I ofEngland. She was married to Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor, and then to Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou, by whom she became the mother of Henry II of England.

Matilda was the first female ruler of the Kingdom of England. Her failure to secure that rule meant that her undisputed period of reign in 1141 was extremely brief.

As many of her contemporaries or near contemporaries were also calledMatilda in Latin texts, she is sometimes called Maude to distinguish her. This is merely a modernised spelling of the Norman-French form ofher name, Mahaut.

Matilda was born in February (possibly the 7th or 11th) 1102 to HenryI of England and his wife Edith-Matilda of Scotland. Her maternal grandparents were Malcolm III of Scotland and Saint Margaret of Scotland.Margaret was a daughter of Edward the Exile and granddaughter of Edmund II of England.

Her birth is generally said to have taken place at Winchester, thoughrecent research by the late John Fletcher (1990) suggests it may haveoccurred at the royal palace at Sutton Courtenay in Berkshire (now Oxfordshire).

When she was seven years old, Matilda was betrothed to Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor, and was sent to the Holy Roman Empire in 1111 to begin her training as his consort. Matilda and Henry were married at Worms on January 7, 1114 in a splendid ceremony. In March 1116 Matilda and Henry visited Rome and Tuscany, and she acted as Regent in his absence.

The Imperial couple allegedly had no surviving offspring; Hermann of Tournai states that Maud bore a child that lived only a short while. When Henry died in 1125, he left Matilda a 'childless' widow of twenty-three. Her brother William Adelin had perished several years before inthe wreck of the White Ship, leaving Matilda the only legitimate heirto the English throne.

Despite being known most popularly by the title of 'Empress' in afteryears due to her first marriage, Matilda's right to the title was dubious. She was never crowned Holy Roman Empress by a legitimate Pope (generally recognised as required to claim the title), only as Queen Consort of Germany by her husband's Bishops and formally her correct title was 'Queen of the Romans'. However, 'Empress' was arguably an appropriate courtesy title for the wife of the Emperor (who had been crowned by the Pope), and indeed, in later years she encouraged chroniclersto believe that the Pope had crowned her.

Second marriage to Geoffrey of Anjou

Matilda returned to the Kingdom of England, where her father named her his heir with the agreement of the Anglo-Norman barons, who swore (in 1127) to accept her as ruler if Henry I had no son, and arranged another marriage for her. On June 17, 1128, she was married again, at LeMans in Anjou, to Geoffrey of Anjou, who was eleven years her junior.He was nicknamed 'Plantagenet' from the broom flower (planta genista)which he took as his emblem, hence the name of the line of English kings descended from him. He was at this time Count of Maine and heir tohis father Fulk V of Anjou.

The marriage was not a happy one, and Matilda separated from him and returned to her father. She returned to Geoffrey in 1131, and they were reconciled. They produced three sons, the eldest of whom, Henry, was born on March 5, 1133. The birth of her second son, Geoffrey, Countof Nantes, in 1134 was difficult and Matilda nearly died in childbirth. Her third son was William, Count of Poitou. Her father King Henry came to visit and took 'great delight' in his grandsons. King Henry andGeoffrey quarreled, and so when her father died on December 1, 1135 in Normandy, Matilda was with Geoffrey in Anjou.

[edit] Struggle for throne of England

On the death of her father, Henry I, in 1135, Matilda expected to succeed to the throne of England, but her cousin, Stephen of Blois, (nephew of Henry I) usurped the throne, breaking the oath he had previouslymade to defend her rights, with the support of most of the barons. Animmediate reason for this was that Stephen was in England, whilst Matilda was in Anjou. The civil war which followed was bitter and prolonged, with neither side gaining the ascendancy for long, but it was not until 1139 that Matilda could command the military strength necessary to challenge Stephen within his own realm, including battles at Beverston Castle and other sites. Stephen's wife was another Matilda: Matilda, Countess of Boulogne, and the Empress's maternal cousin. During thewar, Matilda's most loyal and capable supporter was her half-brother,Robert of Gloucester.

Matilda's greatest triumph came in April 1141, when her forces defeated and captured King Stephen at the Battle of Lincoln (1141). He was made a prisoner and effectively deposed. Although she now controlled the kingdom, Matilda never styled herself Queen but took the title 'Lady of the English', possibly modeled on the Anglo-Saxon practice of naming female rulers 'Lady of the...' such as King Alfred the Great's daughter Ethelfleda, Lady of the Mercians. Her advantage lasted only a few months. When she marched on London, the city was ready to welcome her and support a coronation. However, she refused the citizens' request to have their taxes halved. On 24th June 1141, she found the gates of London shut and the civil war reignited. By November, Stephen was free, having been exchanged for the captured Robert of Gloucester, Matilda's half-brother, and a year later, the tables were turned when Matilda was besieged at Oxford but escaped to Wallingford, supposedly by fleeing across the snow-covered land in a white cape. In 1141 she had escaped Devizes in a similarly clever manner, by disguising herself asa corpse and being carried out for burial. In 1148, Matilda was finally forced to return to France, following the death of Robert of Gloucester.

[edit] Later life

All hope was not lost. Matilda's son, Henry (later, Henry II of England), was showing signs of becoming a successful leader. Although the civil war had been decided in Stephen's favour, his reign was troubled.In 1153, the death of his son Eustace, combined with the arrival of amilitary expedition led by Henry, led him to acknowledge the latter as his heir by the Treaty of Wallingford.

Matilda retired to Rouen, in Normandy, during her last years, where she maintained her own court and presided over the government of the Duchy in the absence of Henry. She intervened in the quarrels between her eldest son Henry and her second son Geoffrey, but peace between thebrothers was brief. Geoffrey rebelled against Henry twice before his sudden death in 1158. Relations between Henry and his youngest brother, William, were more cordial, and William was given vast estates in England. Archbishop Thomas Becket refused to allow William to marry theCountess of Surrey and the young man fled to Matilda's court at Rouen. William, who was his mother's favourite child, died there in January 1164, reportedly of disappointment and sorrow. She attempted to mediate in the quarrel between her son Henry and Thomas Becket, but was unsuccessful.

Despite her tenure as 'Lady of the English', Matilda was never loved by the people of her native land, who found her too foreign and haughty. The citizens of London were particularly aggrieved by her financialdemands. She spoke three languages: French, German, and Latin. Even though she gave up hope of being crowned Queen in 1141, her name alwayspreceded that of her son Henry, even after he became king. Matilda died at Rouen, and was buried in the cathedral there; her epitaph reads:'Great by Birth, Greater by Marriage, Greatest in her Offspring: Herelies Matilda, the daughter, wife, and mother of Henry.'

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Empress_Matilda. She was born on 5 August 1102 at Winchester Castle, London, Middlesex, England.1 She was the daughter of Henry I Beauclerc and Edith (Matilda) Princess of Scotland. Matilda (Empress Maud) of England married Geoffrey V Plantagenet Count of Anjou, son of Fulk V De Anjou and Ermengarde of Maine, on 22 May 1127 at Le Mans, Sarthe, France. Matilda (Empress Maud) of England died on 10 September 1169 at Notre Dame, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France, at age 67.1

Children of Matilda (Empress Maud) of England and Geoffrey V Plantagenet Count of Anjou

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Ealhswith Of Mercia1

F, b. 852, d. 5 December 905
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     Her married name was England. Ealhswith Of Mercia was also known as Ealhswith. She Ealhswith (or Ealswitha) of the Gaini was born c. 852 in Mercia. Her name means 'Temple strength'.

Her father was Æthelred Mucil, Ealdorman of the Gaini. She was married in 868, to Alfred the Great, king of Wessex. The children of Alfredand Ealhswith included Edward the Elder, later king of Wessex, Ælfthryth, who married Baldwin II, Count of Flanders, and Ethelfleda, who ruled as Lady of the Mercians.

After Alfred's death in 899, Ealhswith became a nun. She died on 5 December 905, and is buried in St. Mary's Abbey, Winchester, Hampshire.

Also ref. History of the Anglo-Saxons (1831) by Sir Francis Palgrave for more details on her husband Alfred the Great.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ealhswith. She was born in 852 at Mercia, England.1 She was the daughter of Æthelred Mucil. Ealhswith Of Mercia married Alfred The Great King of England, son of Aethelwulf King of Wessex and (?) Osburga, in 869 at Winchester, Hants, England.1 Ealhswith Of Mercia died on 5 December 905 at St Mary's Abbey, Winchester, Dorset, England.1

Children of Ealhswith Of Mercia and Alfred The Great King of England

Citations

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Princess Clothilde Of Metz1

F, b. 602, d. 654
     Princess Clothilde Of Metz was born in 602 at Sachsen, Germany.1 She died in 654.1

Children of Princess Clothilde Of Metz and Saint Arnulf of Metz

Citations

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Margaret of Savoy

F

Child of Margaret of Savoy and Baldwin De Redvers

Gertrude Of Saxony1

F, b. 18 April 1115, d. 18 April 1143
     Gertrude Of Saxony was born on 18 April 1115.1 She died on 18 April 1143 at age 28.1

Child of Gertrude Of Saxony and Henry The Este

Citations

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Hildegarde Of Swabia1

F, b. 758, d. 30 April 783
     Her married name was Emperor. Hildegarde Of Swabia was also known as Hildegarde of Swabia. She was born in 758. She was born in 758 at Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia.1 She married Charlemagne Holy Roman Emperor, son of Pepin the Younger and Bertrada Broadfoot of Laon, in 771. Hildegarde Of Swabia died on 30 April 783. She died on 30 April 783 at Thionville, Moselle, France.1

Children of Hildegarde Of Swabia and Charlemagne Holy Roman Emperor

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Quatsy Of Tellico1

F, b. 1650, d. 1692
     Her married name was Moytoy. Quatsy Of Tellico was born in 1650 at Tellico, Crockett, Tennessee, USA.1 She married Amatoya Moytoy in 1680 at Cherokee Nation, East.1 Quatsy Of Tellico died in 1692 at Cherokee Nation East, Tennessee, USA.1

Children of Quatsy Of Tellico and Amatoya Moytoy

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Catherine of Valois

F
     Catherine of Valois married Henry King of England V, son of Henry IV Bolingbroke Duke of Hereford, circa 1420.

Child of Catherine of Valois and Henry King of England V

Valdrada Of Venice1

F, b. 975, d. 1052
     Valdrada Of Venice was born in 975 at Venice, Italy.1 She died in 1052.1

Child of Valdrada Of Venice and Alberto Azo Este

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Margaret of Wales

F
Margaret of Wales||p15.htm#i10648|Llewellyn Ap Jorwerth Prince of North Wales|b. 1188\nd. 11 Apr 1240|p15.htm#i11188|Joan Plantagenet|b. 1210\nd. 30 Mar 1238|p15.htm#i11061|Iorwerth Ap Owain|b. 1145\nd. 1184|p1.htm#i481|(?) Margaret|b. 1150|p14.htm#i9767|John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet|b. 24 Dec 1167\nd. 19 Oct 1216|p15.htm#i11063|Isabella C. o. Angouleme|b. 1187\nd. 31 May 1246|p1.htm#i446|
     Margaret of Wales is the daughter of Llewellyn Ap Jorwerth Prince of North Wales and Joan Plantagenet. Margaret of Wales married Walter De Clifford after 1233.

Child of Margaret of Wales and Walter De Clifford

Bishop Henry Of Winchester1

M, b. 1099, d. 8 August 1171
Bishop Henry Of Winchester|b. 1099\nd. 8 Aug 1171|p15.htm#i10649|Stephen Henry Count Of Blois|b. 1045\nd. 19 May 1102|p3.htm#i2048|(?) Adela|b. 1062\nd. 8 Mar 1137|p1.htm#i324|Theobald De Blois|b. 1015\nd. 1089|p6.htm#i4216|Garsende Von Maine|b. 1019\nd. 10 May 1100|p19.htm#i13990|William The Conqueror I|b. 14 Oct 1024\nd. 9 Sep 1087|p19.htm#i13708|Matilda De Flanders|b. 14 Oct 1024\nd. 2 Nov 1083|p6.htm#i4314|
     Bishop Henry Of Winchester was also known as Henry Bishop of Winchester. He was born in 1099 at Blois, France.1 He was the son of Stephen Henry Count Of Blois and (?) Adela. Bishop Henry Of Winchester died on 8 August 1171 at Winchester, Hants, England.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Gyrithe Olafsdotter1

F, b. 905, d. 986
     Gyrithe Olafsdotter was born in 905 at Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden.1 She died in 986 at Denmark.1

Child of Gyrithe Olafsdotter and Harald II 'Bluetooth' King of Denmark

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Ingrid Olafsdotter

F, b. 1001, d. 10 February 1050
Ingrid Olafsdotter|b. 1001\nd. 10 Feb 1050|p15.htm#i10651|King Olaf the Bold Eriksson|b. 950\nd. 1022|p7.htm#i5101|Astrid Princess Obotrites|b. 979\nd. 1001|p15.htm#i10628|Erik Bjornsson|b. 930\nd. 995|p3.htm#i1930|Sigrid Storrada|b. 950\nd. 1014|p18.htm#i13487|||||||
     Her married name was Rurik. Ingrid Olafsdotter was born in 1001 at Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden.1 She was the daughter of King Olaf the Bold Eriksson and Astrid Princess Obotrites. Ingrid Olafsdotter married Yaroslav I The Wise Rurik, son of Vladimir The Great and Rogneda Von Polotzk, in 1019 at Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden. Ingrid Olafsdotter died on 10 February 1050 at Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine.1

Child of Ingrid Olafsdotter and Yaroslav I The Wise Rurik

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Rognvald Olafsson1

M, b. 790, d. 850
Rognvald Olafsson|b. 790\nd. 850|p15.htm#i10652|Olaf Gudrodsson|b. 770\nd. 840|p9.htm#i6260||||Gudrod Halfdansson|b. 738\nd. 810|p9.htm#i6322|Asa Haraldsdottir|b. 743\nd. 834|p9.htm#i6444|||||||
     Rognvald Olafsson was born in 790 at Jutland, Norway.1 He was the son of Olaf Gudrodsson. Rognvald Olafsson married Thora Sigurdsdatter in 833 at Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway. Rognvald Olafsson died in 850 at Maer, Nord, Trondelag, Norway.1

Children of Rognvald Olafsson

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Styrbjorn Olafsson1

M, b. 903, d. 985
Styrbjorn Olafsson|b. 903\nd. 985|p15.htm#i10653|King Olaf Bjornsson|b. 885\nd. 985|p3.htm#i1931|Ingeberg Thrandsdotter|b. 886\nd. 932|p19.htm#i13733|King B. Eriksson|b. 867\nd. 950|p7.htm#i5100|(?) Ingeborg|b. 872|p11.htm#i7997|||||||
     Styrbjorn Olafsson was also known as Styrbjorn Olafsson.1 He was born in 903 at Jellinge, Vejle, Denmark.1 He was the son of King Olaf Bjornsson and Ingeberg Thrandsdotter. Styrbjorn Olafsson died in 985 at Fyrisval, Uppsala, Sweden.1

Child of Styrbjorn Olafsson and Thyra Haraldsdotter

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

(?) Olive

F
(?) Olive||p15.htm#i10654|Stephen Count of Treguier||p19.htm#i13852|Hawise Sourdeval||p18.htm#i12889|Eudes C. o. Penthievre|b. 999\nd. 17 Jan 1079|p15.htm#i10983|Agnes o. Cornwall|b. 1018\nd. 1056|p5.htm#i3523|||||||
     (?) Olive is the daughter of Stephen Count of Treguier and Hawise Sourdeval.

Mary Jane Oliver1

F, b. 1 September 1844, d. 23 April 1924
     Her married name was Carpenter. Mary Jane Oliver was born on 1 September 1844.1 She married Jacob Cornelius Carpenter, son of Lawson Carpenter and Ruth Kiser, on 24 January 1867.1 Mary Jane Oliver died on 23 April 1924 at age 79.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Margaret Olney1

F, b. 1426, d. 1460
     Her married name was Throckmorton. Margaret Olney was born in 1426 at Weston Underwood, Buckinghamshire, England.1 She married Thomas Throckmorton, son of John Throckmorton and Eleanor De La Spine, in 1446 at Coughton, Warwickshire, England.1 Margaret Olney died in 1460 at St Elmham, Suffolk, England. She died circa 1470 at St Elmham, Suffolk, England.1

Children of Margaret Olney and Thomas Throckmorton

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, Throckmorton.FTW.

Mary Olney1

F, b. 26 October 1886, d. 17 July 1983
     Mary Olney was born on 26 October 1886 at Saginaw, Michigan, USA.1 She died on 17 July 1983 at Corunna, Michigan, USA, at age 96.1

Child of Mary Olney and David Simpson Nedry

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Esmeralda Onederra

F
     Esmeralda Onederra married Andrew Felix Hoyl, son of David I Hoyl and Nancy Peeler, in 1858.

Children of Esmeralda Onederra and Andrew Felix Hoyl

Barbara Jean Ontjes1

F, b. 12 December 1925
     Barbara Jean Ontjes died at Merced, California, USA.1 Her married name was Matheson. She was born on 12 December 1925 at Fresno, California, USA.1 She married Clarence Matheson, son of Oscar French Matheson and Sarah Elizabeth Dial, on 12 June 1943 at Fresno, Fresno, California, USA.1

Children of Barbara Jean Ontjes and Clarence Matheson

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

(?) Oo Ste Na Ca1

F, b. 1740
(?) Oo Ste Na Ca|b. 1740|p15.htm#i10660|Judd S Friend Oo Ste Na Ca|b. 1702|p15.htm#i10661||||||||||||||||
     (?) Oo Ste Na Ca was born in 1740 at Cherokee Nation East.1 She was the daughter of Judd S Friend Oo Ste Na Ca.

Child of (?) Oo Ste Na Ca and Richard Crittenden

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Judd S Friend Oo Ste Na Ca1

M, b. 1702
     Judd S Friend Oo Ste Na Ca was born in 1702.1

Child of Judd S Friend Oo Ste Na Ca

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Odo I Count of Orléans

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Child of Odo I Count of Orléans

Mary Lou Ormand1

F, b. 11 April 1904, d. 1996
     Mary Lou Ormand was buried at Cleveland Memorial Park, Cleveland County, North Carolina.2,1 Her married name was Grigg. She was born on 11 April 1904.3,2,1 She married Glen Gaither Grigg, son of Dargen Edgar Grigg and Johnnie Elizabeth Philbeck, on 12 December 1936.3,1 Mary Lou Ormand died in 1996.2,1

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S9] Unknown author, W.D. (Bill) Floyd, N.C. Cemeteries - on the internet - http://rfci.net/wdfloyd/.
  3. [S22] Unknown author, Internet, gerald.grigg@@gte.net.

Ann Catherine Orn1

F, b. 1793, d. 1871
     Her married name was Cunningham. Ann Catherine Orn was born in 1793 at North Carolina, USA.1 She married Isaac Cunningham, son of James W Cunningham and Elizabeth Gillespie, in 1811 at Tennessee, USA.1 Ann Catherine Orn died in 1871 at Farmington, Franklin, Missouri, USA.1

Children of Ann Catherine Orn and Isaac Cunningham

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

John Orner1

M, b. 1848
John Orner|b. 1848|p15.htm#i10665|Oscar Orner|d. 1848|p15.htm#i10666|Elizabeth Shatto|b. 1827|p17.htm#i12479|||||||Solomon Shatto|b. 1780\nd. 18 Aug 1862|p17.htm#i12514|Elizabeth W. Shade|b. 1788\nd. 1866|p17.htm#i12441|
     John Orner was born in 1848 at Pennsylvania, USA.1 He was the son of Oscar Orner and Elizabeth Shatto.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Oscar Orner1

M, d. 1848
     Oscar Orner died in 1848.1

Child of Oscar Orner and Elizabeth Shatto

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

(?) Osburga1

F, b. 810, d. 846
(?) Osburga|b. 810\nd. 846|p15.htm#i10667|Oslac The Cup Bearer|b. 780|p6.htm#i4102||||||||||||||||
     (?) Osburga was born in 810 at Wessex, England.1 She was born in 810 at Wessex, England.1 She was the daughter of Oslac The Cup Bearer. (?) Osburga died in 846 at Wessex, England.1

Child of (?) Osburga and Aethelwulf King of Wessex

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Thomas Fitz Otes

M, b. 1219, d. 1273
     Thomas Fitz Otes was born at Mendelsham, Suffolk, England. He was born in 1219 at Mendelsham, Suffolk, England.1 He married Beatrice De Beauchamp, daughter of William De Beauchamp and Maud Fitzgeoffrey, in 1264.1 Thomas Fitz Otes died in 1273.1

Child of Thomas Fitz Otes and Beatrice De Beauchamp

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Elsie Mae Otis

F, b. 5 August 1879
     Elsie Mae Otis was born on 5 August 1879 at Lewisville, Henry County, Indiana.

Children of Elsie Mae Otis and John C Brooks

Sophia Otstadt

F, b. 13 September 1782, d. 3 May 1869
     Her married name was Keller. Sophia Otstadt was born on 13 September 1782 at Berks County, Pennsylvania, USA. She married Samuel Keller, son of Johann Nikolaus Keller and Mary (?), on 30 October 1804 at Christ Evangelical Church, York, Pennsylvania, USA. Sophia Otstadt died on 3 May 1869 at Lower Windsor, York County, Pennsylvania, USA, at age 86.

Children of Sophia Otstadt and Samuel Keller

Mildred Ott1

F

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Charles Overholt1

M, d. 19 December 1962
     Charles Overholt married Luella Beery, daughter of Amos Beery and Laura Zene Woods, in 1956.1 Charles Overholt died on 19 December 1962 at California, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Timothy Overholt1

M, d. 1955
     Timothy Overholt married Luella Beery, daughter of Amos Beery and Laura Zene Woods, in September 1911.1 Timothy Overholt died in 1955.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Austin Taylor Owens

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Austin Taylor Owens||p15.htm#i10674|Rex V. Owens||p15.htm#i10676|Deborah Ann Green||p8.htm#i5969|||||||Lawrence E. Green Jr||p8.htm#i5979|Norma J. Andrews-Blankenship||p1.htm#i416|
     Austin Taylor Owens is the son of Rex V. Owens and Deborah Ann Green.

Living Owens1

?

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Rex V. Owens

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Children of Rex V. Owens and Deborah Ann Green

Sarah Owens1

F, b. 1810
     Sarah Owens was born at North Carolina, USA.2 Sarah Owens was also known as .2 She was born in 1810 at Burke, North Carolina, USA.1

Children of Sarah Owens and Robert Jeremiah Helton

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..
  2. [S26] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census, Database online. Lovelady, Caldwell, North Carolina, ED 53, roll T9_955, page 575.1000, image 0421..

Shane Garrett Owens

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Shane Garrett Owens||p15.htm#i10678|Rex V. Owens||p15.htm#i10676|Deborah Ann Green||p8.htm#i5969|||||||Lawrence E. Green Jr||p8.htm#i5979|Norma J. Andrews-Blankenship||p1.htm#i416|
     Shane Garrett Owens is the son of Rex V. Owens and Deborah Ann Green.

John Thomas Owensby

M, b. 1 May 1876, d. 1913
John Thomas Owensby|b. 1 May 1876\nd. 1913|p15.htm#i10679|Thomas Newton Owensby|b. 25 Oct 1849\nd. 8 Jun 1930|p15.htm#i10681|Katherine Ellis Hull|b. 1842\nd. a Mar 1930|p11.htm#i7909|||||||David M. Hull|b. 1815\nd. 26 Jan 1902|p11.htm#i7901|Nancy Hoyle|b. 21 Aug 1818\nd. 14 Apr 1894|p11.htm#i7657|
     John Thomas Owensby was born on 1 May 1876 at North Carolina, USA. He was the son of Thomas Newton Owensby and Katherine Ellis Hull. John Thomas Owensby lived in 1900 at Cherokee, Cherokee, South Carolina.1 He died in 1913 at Cherokee County, South Carolina, USA.

Child of John Thomas Owensby and Nancy Ida Moss

Citations

  1. [S15] Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census, Database online. Cherokee, South Carolina, ED 2, roll T623 1522, page2A..

Lillian Owensby

F, b. 29 December 1895, d. 26 October 1954
Lillian Owensby|b. 29 Dec 1895\nd. 26 Oct 1954|p15.htm#i10680|John Thomas Owensby|b. 1 May 1876\nd. 1913|p15.htm#i10679|Nancy Ida Moss|b. Mar 1876\nd. Feb 1910|p14.htm#i10449|Thomas N. Owensby|b. 25 Oct 1849\nd. 8 Jun 1930|p15.htm#i10681|Katherine E. Hull|b. 1842\nd. a Mar 1930|p11.htm#i7909|||||||
     Lillian Owensby was born on 29 December 1895 at South Carolina, USA. She was the daughter of John Thomas Owensby and Nancy Ida Moss. Lillian Owensby lived in 1900 at Cherokee, Cherokee, South Carolina.1 She died on 26 October 1954 at Gaffney, Cherokee County, South Carolina, USA, at age 58.

Citations

  1. [S15] Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census, Database online. Cherokee, South Carolina, ED 2, roll T623 1522, page2A..

Thomas Newton Owensby

M, b. 25 October 1849, d. 8 June 1930
     Thomas Newton Owensby was born on 25 October 1849 at South Carolina, USA. He died on 8 June 1930 at Kings Mountain, Cleveland County, North Carolina, USA, at age 80.

Child of Thomas Newton Owensby and Katherine Ellis Hull

Ethan Leon Oxley1

M, b. 25 March 1897, d. 19 July 1971
     Ethan Leon Oxley was born on 25 March 1897 at Dallas, Taylor, Iowa, USA.1 He married Mable Pleasant Hixson, daughter of David Albert Hixson and Mary Magdalene Beery, on 26 December 1917 at Bedford, Taylor, Iowa, USA.1 Ethan Leon Oxley died on 19 July 1971 at Corning, Adams, Iowa, USA, at age 74.1

Child of Ethan Leon Oxley and Mable Pleasant Hixson

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Freda Ellen Oxley1

F
Freda Ellen Oxley||p15.htm#i10683|Ethan Leon Oxley|b. 25 Mar 1897\nd. 19 Jul 1971|p15.htm#i10682|Mable Pleasant Hixson||p10.htm#i6875|||||||David A. Hixson|b. 12 May 1875\nd. 20 Jul 1945|p10.htm#i6873|Mary M. Beery|b. 7 Jan 1877\nd. 2 May 1905|p2.htm#i1240|
     Freda Ellen Oxley is the daughter of Ethan Leon Oxley and Mable Pleasant Hixson.

Child of Freda Ellen Oxley and Harold Francis Bailey

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Ruth Oxley1

F

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Alma P.1

F, b. 23 November 1904, d. 22 June 1969
     Her married name was Philbeck. Alma P. married Clarence L. Philbeck, son of Crate Philbeck and Josephine Crowder.2,1 Alma P. was born on 23 November 1904.2,1 She died on 22 June 1969 at age 64.2,1

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S22] Unknown author, Internet, gerald.grigg@@gte.net.

Arthur Pae1

M
     Arthur Pae married Laura Mae Bess, daughter of William Joseph Bess and Rebecca Alice Mc Cabe, on 19 May 1907.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Annie Parker Page1

F
Annie Parker Page||p15.htm#i10687|Harry Page|b. 25 Aug 1873\nd. 4 May 1939|p15.htm#i10689|Addie May Hoover|b. 3 Oct 1880\nd. 19 Apr 1938|p10.htm#i7003|||||||Jacob C. Hoover|b. 17 Aug 1850\nd. 16 Jan 1901|p10.htm#i7018|Jane E. Helm|d. 12 Jan 1937|p9.htm#i6678|
     Annie Parker Page is the daughter of Harry Page and Addie May Hoover.

Citations

  1. [S32] Ancestry.com, North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000, Database online..

George Calvin Page1

M, b. 1910, d. 19 June 1961
George Calvin Page|b. 1910\nd. 19 Jun 1961|p15.htm#i10688|Harry Page|b. 25 Aug 1873\nd. 4 May 1939|p15.htm#i10689|Addie May Hoover|b. 3 Oct 1880\nd. 19 Apr 1938|p10.htm#i7003|||||||Jacob C. Hoover|b. 17 Aug 1850\nd. 16 Jan 1901|p10.htm#i7018|Jane E. Helm|d. 12 Jan 1937|p9.htm#i6678|
     George Calvin Page was born in 1910 at North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Harry Page and Addie May Hoover. George Calvin Page died on 19 June 1961 at Catawba, North Carolina, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Harry Page1

M, b. 25 August 1873, d. 4 May 1939
     Harry Page was born on 25 August 1873 at New York, USA.1 He died on 4 May 1939 at age 65.1

Children of Harry Page and Addie May Hoover

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Harry Page1

M
Harry Page||p15.htm#i10690|Harry Page|b. 25 Aug 1873\nd. 4 May 1939|p15.htm#i10689|Addie May Hoover|b. 3 Oct 1880\nd. 19 Apr 1938|p10.htm#i7003|||||||Jacob C. Hoover|b. 17 Aug 1850\nd. 16 Jan 1901|p10.htm#i7018|Jane E. Helm|d. 12 Jan 1937|p9.htm#i6678|
     Harry Page is the son of Harry Page and Addie May Hoover.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Henry Page1

M
Henry Page||p15.htm#i10691|Harry Page|b. 25 Aug 1873\nd. 4 May 1939|p15.htm#i10689|Addie May Hoover|b. 3 Oct 1880\nd. 19 Apr 1938|p10.htm#i7003|||||||Jacob C. Hoover|b. 17 Aug 1850\nd. 16 Jan 1901|p10.htm#i7018|Jane E. Helm|d. 12 Jan 1937|p9.htm#i6678|
     Henry Page is the son of Harry Page and Addie May Hoover.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

James Page1

M
James Page||p15.htm#i10692|Harry Page|b. 25 Aug 1873\nd. 4 May 1939|p15.htm#i10689|Addie May Hoover|b. 3 Oct 1880\nd. 19 Apr 1938|p10.htm#i7003|||||||Jacob C. Hoover|b. 17 Aug 1850\nd. 16 Jan 1901|p10.htm#i7018|Jane E. Helm|d. 12 Jan 1937|p9.htm#i6678|
     James Page is the son of Harry Page and Addie May Hoover.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Jane Page1

F
Jane Page||p15.htm#i10693|Harry Page|b. 25 Aug 1873\nd. 4 May 1939|p15.htm#i10689|Addie May Hoover|b. 3 Oct 1880\nd. 19 Apr 1938|p10.htm#i7003|||||||Jacob C. Hoover|b. 17 Aug 1850\nd. 16 Jan 1901|p10.htm#i7018|Jane E. Helm|d. 12 Jan 1937|p9.htm#i6678|
     Jane Page is the daughter of Harry Page and Addie May Hoover.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Mary Page1

F
Mary Page||p15.htm#i10694|Harry Page|b. 25 Aug 1873\nd. 4 May 1939|p15.htm#i10689|Addie May Hoover|b. 3 Oct 1880\nd. 19 Apr 1938|p10.htm#i7003|||||||Jacob C. Hoover|b. 17 Aug 1850\nd. 16 Jan 1901|p10.htm#i7018|Jane E. Helm|d. 12 Jan 1937|p9.htm#i6678|
     Mary Page is the daughter of Harry Page and Addie May Hoover.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Oddie M Page1

F
Oddie M Page||p15.htm#i10695|Harry Page|b. 25 Aug 1873\nd. 4 May 1939|p15.htm#i10689|Addie May Hoover|b. 3 Oct 1880\nd. 19 Apr 1938|p10.htm#i7003|||||||Jacob C. Hoover|b. 17 Aug 1850\nd. 16 Jan 1901|p10.htm#i7018|Jane E. Helm|d. 12 Jan 1937|p9.htm#i6678|
     Oddie M Page is the daughter of Harry Page and Addie May Hoover.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Paul E Page1

M
Paul E Page||p15.htm#i10696|Harry Page|b. 25 Aug 1873\nd. 4 May 1939|p15.htm#i10689|Addie May Hoover|b. 3 Oct 1880\nd. 19 Apr 1938|p10.htm#i7003|||||||Jacob C. Hoover|b. 17 Aug 1850\nd. 16 Jan 1901|p10.htm#i7018|Jane E. Helm|d. 12 Jan 1937|p9.htm#i6678|
     Paul E Page is the son of Harry Page and Addie May Hoover.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Peal Page1

F, d. 25 March 1966
     Peal Page died on 25 March 1966 at Lincolnton, Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Unknown Page

M

William H Page1

M
William H Page||p15.htm#i10699|Harry Page|b. 25 Aug 1873\nd. 4 May 1939|p15.htm#i10689|Addie May Hoover|b. 3 Oct 1880\nd. 19 Apr 1938|p10.htm#i7003|||||||Jacob C. Hoover|b. 17 Aug 1850\nd. 16 Jan 1901|p10.htm#i7018|Jane E. Helm|d. 12 Jan 1937|p9.htm#i6678|
     William H Page is the son of Harry Page and Addie May Hoover.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Barnett Paine

M, b. 1665, d. 1742
Barnett Paine|b. 1665\nd. 1742|p15.htm#i10700|Stephen Paine|b. 7 May 1626\nd. 24 Jan 1676/77|p15.htm#i10705|Ann Chickering|b. 1634\nd. 18 Feb 1672/73|p5.htm#i3126|Moses Paine|b. 23 Apr 1581\nd. 21 Apr 1643|p15.htm#i10702|Elizabeth Sheafe|b. 26 Oct 1589\nd. 11 Oct 1632|p17.htm#i12527|||||||
     Barnett Paine was born in 1665 at Drysdale, Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA. He was the son of Stephen Paine and Ann Chickering. Barnett Paine married Elizabeth (?) in 1692 at Christ Church Parrish, Middlesex, Virginia, USA. Barnett Paine died in 1742 at King Queen, Virginia, USA.

Child of Barnett Paine and Elizabeth (?)

John Paine

M, b. 1705, d. 20 September 1770
John Paine|b. 1705\nd. 20 Sep 1770|p15.htm#i10701|Barnett Paine|b. 1665\nd. 1742|p15.htm#i10700|Elizabeth (?)|b. 1670|p1.htm#i24|Stephen Paine|b. 7 May 1626\nd. 24 Jan 1676/77|p15.htm#i10705|Ann Chickering|b. 1634\nd. 18 Feb 1672/73|p5.htm#i3126|||||||
     John Paine was born in 1705 at King Queen, Virginia, USA. He was the son of Barnett Paine and Elizabeth (?). John Paine married Frances Coleman in 1730 at Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA. John Paine died on 20 September 1770 at Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA.

Child of John Paine and Frances Coleman

Moses Paine

M, b. 23 April 1581, d. 21 April 1643
     Moses Paine was born on 23 April 1581 at Frittenden, [parish], Kent, England. He married Elizabeth Sheafe in 1618 at Tenterden, [parish], Kent, England. Moses Paine died on 21 April 1643 at Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA, at age 61.

Child of Moses Paine and Elizabeth Sheafe

Nicey Jane Paine1,2

F, b. circa 1796, d. circa 1870
     Nicey Jane Paine [KELLER_AND_HOYLE_FAMILIES_OF_WESTERN_NORTH_CAROLINA.GED]

[Keller and Hoyle Families of W.ged]

Groom: Martin Keller, Jr
Bride: Nicey Payne
Bond_Date: 30 Sep 1813
Bond #: 000005726
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868

ImageNum: 006147
County: Burke
Record #: 01 039
Bondsman: Barnet X Payne; Martin Keller, Sr
Witness: Chas. Duncan (J
BURKE COUNTY, NC - VITALS - Marriage Bonds
==============================================These are arranged in the following order, Groom, Bride, Date of Bond, Bondsman and Witness.

Keller, Martin, Jr. Payne, Nicey Sep 30, 1813 Barnet Payne Charles Duncan[Keller and Hoyle Family of Western North Carolina.FTW]

Groom: Martin Keller, Jr
Bride: Nicey Payne
Bond_Date: 30 Sep 1813
Bond #: 000005726
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868

ImageNum: 006147
County: Burke
Record #: 01 039
Bondsman: Barnet X Payne; Martin Keller, Sr
Witness: Chas. Duncan (J
BURKE COUNTY, NC - VITALS - Marriage Bonds
==============================================These are arranged in the following order, Groom, Bride, Date of Bond, Bondsman and Witness.

Keller, Martin, Jr. Payne, Nicey Sep 30, 1813 Barnet Payne Charles Duncan. Her married name was Keller. She was born circa 1796 at Burke Co., NC.1,2 She married Martin Keller Jr., son of Martin Keller and Elizabeth Hart, on 30 September 1830 at Burke County, North Carolina, USA. Nicey Jane Paine died circa 1870 at North Carolina, USA.2

Citations

  1. [S136] Unknown author, paine.ged.
  2. [S7] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.

Robert Paine

M, b. 1745, d. 1805
Robert Paine|b. 1745\nd. 1805|p15.htm#i10704|John Paine|b. 1705\nd. 20 Sep 1770|p15.htm#i10701|Frances Coleman|b. 2 Sep 1705\nd. 1783|p5.htm#i3392|Barnett Paine|b. 1665\nd. 1742|p15.htm#i10700|Elizabeth (?)|b. 1670|p1.htm#i24|||||||
     Robert Paine was born in 1745 at Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA. He was the son of John Paine and Frances Coleman. Robert Paine married Rachel Lord in 1770 at Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA. Robert Paine died in 1805 at Burke County, North Carolina, USA.

Child of Robert Paine and Rachel Lord

Stephen Paine

M, b. 7 May 1626, d. 24 January 1676/77
Stephen Paine|b. 7 May 1626\nd. 24 Jan 1676/77|p15.htm#i10705|Moses Paine|b. 23 Apr 1581\nd. 21 Apr 1643|p15.htm#i10702|Elizabeth Sheafe|b. 26 Oct 1589\nd. 11 Oct 1632|p17.htm#i12527|||||||||||||
     Stephen Paine was born on 7 May 1626 at Great Ellingham, [parish], Norfolk, England. He was the son of Moses Paine and Elizabeth Sheafe. Stephen Paine married Ann Chickering on 3 November 1652 at Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA. Stephen Paine died on 24 January 1676/77 at Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA, at age 50.

Child of Stephen Paine and Ann Chickering

William H Paisley1

M, b. 2 January 1855, d. November 1925
     William H Paisley was born on 2 January 1855 at York, Ontario, Canada.1 He married Luzilla Houston, daughter of George W Houston and Lydia Stemen, on 1 January 1885 at Van Wert, Ohio, USA.1 William H Paisley died in November 1925 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA, at age 70.1

Children of William H Paisley and Luzilla Houston

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Hermann II Count Palatine

M, b. 1049, d. 20 September 1085
Hermann II Count Palatine|b. 1049\nd. 20 Sep 1085|p15.htm#i10707|Heinrich I Count Palatine of Lotharingia||p13.htm#i9649|(?) Matilda|b. 1025\nd. 17 Jul 1060|p14.htm#i9942|||||||Gothelo I. D. o. Lorraine|b. 967\nd. 19 Apr 1044|p13.htm#i9643||||
     Hermann II Count Palatine Hermann II (born 1049, † Dalhem, September 20, 1085), Count Palatine of Lotharingia from 1064 when reaching majority, until 1085. He was count in the Ruhrgau and the Zulpichgau, as well as count of Brabant. Heis the son of Henry I of Lotharingia (†1061) and Mathild of Verdun (†1060), daughter of Gozelo I of Lotharingia.

In 1080 he married Adelheid of Orlamunde-Weimar (?1100), widow of Adelbert of Ballenstedt. She was a daughter of Otto of Orlamunde, count of Weimar and margrave of Meissen in Thuringia, and Adela of Brabant. Together they had two children who died already in 1085.

He is assumed to be the last Count Palatine of Lotharingia out of theEzzonian dynasty. He was killed in a duel with Albert III of Namur, nearby Hermans castle in Dalhem (county of Limburg).

His widow married (3rd) with Henry of Laach, count in the Mayfeldgau,and who became the first count palatine of the Rhine between 1085/1087.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermann_II%2C_Count_Palatine. He was born in 1049. He was the son of Heinrich I Count Palatine of Lotharingia and (?) Matilda. Hermann II Count Palatine died on 20 September 1085.

Bertha Irene Palmer1

F, b. 1890, d. 1966
     Her married name was Beery. Bertha Irene Palmer was born in 1890.1 She married Jessie Ai Beery, son of Amos Beery and Laura Zene Woods, on 10 September 1915.1 Bertha Irene Palmer died in 1966.1

Children of Bertha Irene Palmer and Jessie Ai Beery

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Alvina Parcher1

F, b. 1852, d. 15 April 1877
     Her married name was Stemen. Alvina Parcher was born in 1852.1 She married Joseph Stemen, son of Daniel Stemen and Elizabeth Beery, on 11 September 1873 at Putnam, Ohio, USA.1 Alvina Parcher died on 15 April 1877 at Perry, Ohio, USA.1

Children of Alvina Parcher and Joseph Stemen

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Adelaide of Paris

F, b. 850, d. 10 November 901
Adelaide of Paris|b. 850\nd. 10 Nov 901|p15.htm#i10710|Aldalard Marquis of Fruili|b. 830\nd. 890|p8.htm#i5659||||Beggo o. Paris|d. 28 Oct 816|p15.htm#i10711|(?) Alpais||p1.htm#i394|||||||
     Adelaide of Paris Adélaïde de Paris, also called Adelaide of Friuli (French: Adélaïde de Frioul), or Aélis (b. between 850 and 853, d. 10 November 901) was the second wife of Louis the Stammerer, King of Western Francia, and was the mother of Charles the Simple.

Adelaide was the daughter of Aldalard, the Count of the Palace, Marquis of Friuli. Her grandfather was Bégon, the Count of Paris. Her grandmother, Alpaïs, wife of Bégon, was the illegitimate daughter of Louis the Pious by an unnamed mistress.

Adelaide was chosen by Charles the Bald, King of Western Francia, to marry his son and heir, Louis the Stammerer, despite the fact that Louis had secretly married Ansgarde of Burgundy, against the wishes of his father. Although Louis and Ansgarde already had two children, Louisand Carloman, Charles prevailed upon Pope John VIII, to dissolve the union. This accomplished, Charles married his son to Adelaide in February 875.

However, the marriage was called into question due to the close blood-kinship of the pair. When on 7 September 878 the Pope crowned Louis (who had succeeded his father in the previous year), the Pope refused to crown Adelaide.[1]

When Louis the Stammerer died in Compiegne on 10 April 879, he had noheirs by Adelaide; she was, however, pregnant, giving birth on September 17, 879 to Charles the Simple.[2] The birth of this child led to adispute between Adelaide and her deceased husband's repudiated wife, Ansgarde. Ansgarde and her sons accused Adelaide of adultery; Adelaidein turn disputed the right of Ansgarde's sons to inherit. Eventually,Adelaide succeeded in winning the case; but despite this, Ansgarde's sons Louis and Carloman remained Kings until their deaths without heirs in 882 and 884 respectively, with the crown then being contested between Odo, Count of Paris and Charles the Fat.

Charles the Simple eventually succeeded to his father's throne in 898; his mother assisted in crowning him. She died in Laon in 901.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adelaide_of_Paris. She was born in 850 at Paris, Seine, France.1 She was the daughter of Aldalard Marquis of Fruili. Adelaide of Paris died on 10 November 901 at France.1

Child of Adelaide of Paris and Louis the Stammerer

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Beggo of Paris

M, d. 28 October 816
Beggo of Paris|d. 28 Oct 816|p15.htm#i10711|Gerard I of Paris|d. 775|p15.htm#i10712|(?) Rotrude|b. 760\nd. 831|p16.htm#i11946|||||||(?) Carloman|b. 706\nd. 17 Aug 754|p4.htm#i2770||||
     Beggo of Paris was the son of Gerard I of Paris and (?) Rotrude. Beggo of Paris Beggo (died 816) was the son of Gerard I of Paris and Rotrude, daughter of Carloman, son of Charles Martel. He was appointed Count of Toulouse, Duke of Septimania, Duke of Aquitaine, and Margrave of the Hispanic March in 806 and followed his father as Count of Paris in 815.

In 806, William of Gellone abdicated and Charlemagne appointed Beggo to take his place in Toulouse and Gothia. He did not succeed his father in Paris, but was later placed in the comital office there, but didnot live long after that.

He married Alpais, illegitimate daughter of Louis the Pious. They hadthree children:

Leuthard I, who later ruled Paris
Eberhard
Susanna

Source: Wikipedia -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beggo_of_Paris. He died in 816. He died on 28 October 816 at Paris I Frankrig.1

Children of Beggo of Paris and (?) Alpais

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Gerard I of Paris

M, d. 775
     Gerard I of Paris died in 775.1

Child of Gerard I of Paris and (?) Rotrude

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Leuthard I of Paris

M
Leuthard I of Paris||p15.htm#i10713|Beggo of Paris|d. 28 Oct 816|p15.htm#i10711|(?) Alpais||p1.htm#i394|Gerard I. o. Paris|d. 775|p15.htm#i10712|(?) Rotrude|b. 760\nd. 831|p16.htm#i11946|Louis t. Pious|b. 778\nd. 840|p15.htm#i11038|Theodelinde o. Sens||p17.htm#i12414|
     Leuthard I of Paris is the son of Beggo of Paris and (?) Alpais.

Alvin Gettys Parker

M
Alvin Gettys Parker||p15.htm#i10714|Daniel Frank Parker|b. 14 Aug 1856\nd. 19 Aug 1950|p15.htm#i10719|Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle|b. 29 Dec 1859\nd. 19 Apr 1930|p11.htm#i7695|||||||Lightfoot W. Hoyl|b. 10 Mar 1829\nd. 23 Apr 1914|p10.htm#i7340|Rebecca C. Boggs|b. 29 Dec 1837\nd. 19 Jun 1921|p3.htm#i2171|
     Alvin Gettys Parker is the son of Daniel Frank Parker and Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle.

Barney Frank Parker

M
Barney Frank Parker||p15.htm#i10715|Dorus Edgar Parker|b. 22 Feb 1886\nd. 16 Nov 1977|p15.htm#i10720|Minnie Bright Wehunt|b. 3 Sep 1891\nd. 15 Oct 1924|p20.htm#i14330|Daniel F. Parker|b. 14 Aug 1856\nd. 19 Aug 1950|p15.htm#i10719|Sarah E. Hoyle|b. 29 Dec 1859\nd. 19 Apr 1930|p11.htm#i7695|Winfield S. Wehunt|b. 26 Jun 1853\nd. 5 Jun 1924|p20.htm#i14331|Mary S. Bess|b. 10 Jul 1859\nd. 1 Apr 1943|p3.htm#i1648|
     Barney Frank Parker is the son of Dorus Edgar Parker and Minnie Bright Wehunt. Barney Frank Parker married Inez Lackey on 12 June 1946.

Bertha Elizabeth Parker1

F, b. 21 July 1883, d. 19 September 1964
     Her married name was Matheson. Bertha Elizabeth Parker was born on 21 July 1883 at Towns, Georgia, USA.1 She married John Pearley Matheson, son of Elisha Dallas Matheson and Martha E Norwood, on 28 May 1911.1 Bertha Elizabeth Parker died on 19 September 1964 at age 81.1

Children of Bertha Elizabeth Parker and John Pearley Matheson

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Calvin Hillard Parker

M
Calvin Hillard Parker||p15.htm#i10717|Dorus Edgar Parker|b. 22 Feb 1886\nd. 16 Nov 1977|p15.htm#i10720|Minnie Bright Wehunt|b. 3 Sep 1891\nd. 15 Oct 1924|p20.htm#i14330|Daniel F. Parker|b. 14 Aug 1856\nd. 19 Aug 1950|p15.htm#i10719|Sarah E. Hoyle|b. 29 Dec 1859\nd. 19 Apr 1930|p11.htm#i7695|Winfield S. Wehunt|b. 26 Jun 1853\nd. 5 Jun 1924|p20.htm#i14331|Mary S. Bess|b. 10 Jul 1859\nd. 1 Apr 1943|p3.htm#i1648|
     Calvin Hillard Parker is the son of Dorus Edgar Parker and Minnie Bright Wehunt. Calvin Hillard Parker married Vertie Lingerfelt, daughter of James Burton Lingerfelt and Sabra Catherine Parker, on 19 July 1931.

Clarence Caldwell Parker

M, b. 10 January 1894
Clarence Caldwell Parker|b. 10 Jan 1894|p15.htm#i10718|Daniel Frank Parker|b. 14 Aug 1856\nd. 19 Aug 1950|p15.htm#i10719|Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle|b. 29 Dec 1859\nd. 19 Apr 1930|p11.htm#i7695|||||||Lightfoot W. Hoyl|b. 10 Mar 1829\nd. 23 Apr 1914|p10.htm#i7340|Rebecca C. Boggs|b. 29 Dec 1837\nd. 19 Jun 1921|p3.htm#i2171|
     Clarence Caldwell Parker was born on 10 January 1894. He was the son of Daniel Frank Parker and Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle.

Daniel Frank Parker1

M, b. 14 August 1856, d. 19 August 1950
     Daniel Frank Parker was born on 14 August 1856.1 He married Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle, daughter of Lightfoot Williams Hoyl and Rebecca C Boggs, on 15 March 1885 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA. Daniel Frank Parker died on 19 August 1950 at age 94.1

Children of Daniel Frank Parker and Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, Throckmorton.FTW.

Dorus Edgar Parker1

M, b. 22 February 1886, d. 16 November 1977
Dorus Edgar Parker|b. 22 Feb 1886\nd. 16 Nov 1977|p15.htm#i10720|Daniel Frank Parker|b. 14 Aug 1856\nd. 19 Aug 1950|p15.htm#i10719|Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle|b. 29 Dec 1859\nd. 19 Apr 1930|p11.htm#i7695|||||||Lightfoot W. Hoyl|b. 10 Mar 1829\nd. 23 Apr 1914|p10.htm#i7340|Rebecca C. Boggs|b. 29 Dec 1837\nd. 19 Jun 1921|p3.htm#i2171|
     Dorus Edgar Parker was also known as Dorus Edgar Parker.1 He was born on 22 February 1886.1 He was the son of Daniel Frank Parker and Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle. Dorus Edgar Parker married Minnie Bright Wehunt, daughter of Winfield Scott Wehunt and Mary S Bess, on 13 September 1908. Dorus Edgar Parker died on 16 November 1977 at age 91.

Children of Dorus Edgar Parker and Minnie Bright Wehunt

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, Throckmorton.FTW.

Elizabeth Etta Parker

F, b. 9 November 1895
Elizabeth Etta Parker|b. 9 Nov 1895|p15.htm#i10721|Daniel Frank Parker|b. 14 Aug 1856\nd. 19 Aug 1950|p15.htm#i10719|Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle|b. 29 Dec 1859\nd. 19 Apr 1930|p11.htm#i7695|||||||Lightfoot W. Hoyl|b. 10 Mar 1829\nd. 23 Apr 1914|p10.htm#i7340|Rebecca C. Boggs|b. 29 Dec 1837\nd. 19 Jun 1921|p3.htm#i2171|
     Elizabeth Etta Parker was born on 9 November 1895. She was the daughter of Daniel Frank Parker and Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle.

Ernest Reid Parker1

M, b. 26 June 1891, d. 1933
Ernest Reid Parker|b. 26 Jun 1891\nd. 1933|p15.htm#i10722|Daniel Frank Parker|b. 14 Aug 1856\nd. 19 Aug 1950|p15.htm#i10719|Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle|b. 29 Dec 1859\nd. 19 Apr 1930|p11.htm#i7695|||||||Lightfoot W. Hoyl|b. 10 Mar 1829\nd. 23 Apr 1914|p10.htm#i7340|Rebecca C. Boggs|b. 29 Dec 1837\nd. 19 Jun 1921|p3.htm#i2171|
     Ernest Reid Parker was born on 26 June 1891 at North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Daniel Frank Parker and Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle. Ernest Reid Parker died in 1933.

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, Throckmorton.FTW.

Grover Cleveland Parker1

M, b. 1894
     Grover Cleveland Parker was born in 1894.1 He married Ellen Lousina Stemen, daughter of Jacob Stemen and Anna J Hildebrand, on 15 June 1912.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Hannah Parker1

F, b. 1801
     Her married name was Hovis. Hannah Parker was born in 1801.1 She married Daniel Hovis, son of Andrew Hovis and Nancy Foster, on 23 March 1820 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1

Children of Hannah Parker and Daniel Hovis

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Margaret Suzanna Parker1

F, b. 16 December 1895, d. 13 September 1991
     Her married name was Stemen. Margaret Suzanna Parker was born on 16 December 1895 at Tontogany, Wood, Ohio, USA.1 She married Namen Dawsen Stemen, son of Jacob Stemen and Anna J Hildebrand, on 8 July 1916 at Monroe, Michigan, USA.1 Margaret Suzanna Parker died on 13 September 1991 at age 95.1

Child of Margaret Suzanna Parker and Namen Dawsen Stemen

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Mary Parker1

F, b. 13 March 1878
     Her married name was Beery. Mary Parker was born on 13 March 1878.1 She married Eldo J Beery, son of Noah Beery and Elizabeth Hyde, on 12 November 1902.1

Child of Mary Parker and Eldo J Beery

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Mary Rebecca Parker1

F, b. 8 December 1887, d. 1911
Mary Rebecca Parker|b. 8 Dec 1887\nd. 1911|p15.htm#i10727|Daniel Frank Parker|b. 14 Aug 1856\nd. 19 Aug 1950|p15.htm#i10719|Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle|b. 29 Dec 1859\nd. 19 Apr 1930|p11.htm#i7695|||||||Lightfoot W. Hoyl|b. 10 Mar 1829\nd. 23 Apr 1914|p10.htm#i7340|Rebecca C. Boggs|b. 29 Dec 1837\nd. 19 Jun 1921|p3.htm#i2171|
     Mary Rebecca Parker was born on 8 December 1887.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Frank Parker and Sarah Elizabeth Hoyle. Mary Rebecca Parker died in 1911.

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, Throckmorton.FTW.

Sabra Catherine Parker

F, b. 23 May 1892, d. 29 April 1938
     Her married name was Lingerfelt. Sabra Catherine Parker was born on 23 May 1892 at Lincoln, an unknown place , North Carolina, USA. She married James Burton Lingerfelt, son of James Pinkney Lingerfelt and Mary Ann Hoyle, on 8 March 1908 at Lincoln County, North Carolina, USA. Sabra Catherine Parker died on 29 April 1938 at North Brook, Lincoln, North Carolina, USA, at age 45.

Children of Sabra Catherine Parker and James Burton Lingerfelt

Sara Parker1

F, b. 1792
     Sara Parker was born in 1792 at North Carolina, USA.1

Children of Sara Parker and Joseph Kiser

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Sarah Parker

F, b. 1824
     Sarah Parker was born in 1824.

Children of Sarah Parker and Michael Hoyl

Susan Parker1

F, b. 18 October 1827, d. 2 January 1905
     Her married name was Corfman. Susan Parker was born on 18 October 1827 at Ross, Ohio, USA.1 She married Henry Corfman, son of Jacob Corfman and Mary Beery, on 2 July 1854 at Wyandot, Ohio, USA.1 Susan Parker died on 2 January 1905 at Wyandot, Ohio, USA, at age 77.1

Children of Susan Parker and Henry Corfman

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

William Clyde Parker

M, b. 27 December 1915, d. 1996
William Clyde Parker|b. 27 Dec 1915\nd. 1996|p15.htm#i10732|Dorus Edgar Parker|b. 22 Feb 1886\nd. 16 Nov 1977|p15.htm#i10720|Minnie Bright Wehunt|b. 3 Sep 1891\nd. 15 Oct 1924|p20.htm#i14330|Daniel F. Parker|b. 14 Aug 1856\nd. 19 Aug 1950|p15.htm#i10719|Sarah E. Hoyle|b. 29 Dec 1859\nd. 19 Apr 1930|p11.htm#i7695|Winfield S. Wehunt|b. 26 Jun 1853\nd. 5 Jun 1924|p20.htm#i14331|Mary S. Bess|b. 10 Jul 1859\nd. 1 Apr 1943|p3.htm#i1648|
     William Clyde Parker was born on 27 December 1915 at Cherryville, Gaston County, North Carolina, USA. He was the son of Dorus Edgar Parker and Minnie Bright Wehunt. William Clyde Parker died in 1996.

Engelberga of Parma

F

Child of Engelberga of Parma and Louis II Holy Roman Emperor

Maurin Pfalzgrave of Parma

M, d. 839
     Maurin Pfalzgrave of Parma died in 839.

Child of Maurin Pfalzgrave of Parma

Mary Eileen Parrill1

F, b. 10 February 1925, d. 28 May 1969
     Mary Eileen Parrill was born on 10 February 1925.1 She died on 28 May 1969 at age 44.1

Child of Mary Eileen Parrill and Harold Eugene Senn

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Fred Parrish1

M
Fred Parrish||p15.htm#i10736|James T Parrish|b. 1855\nd. 1930|p15.htm#i10739|Elizabeth Ann Good|b. 15 May 1858\nd. 1948|p8.htm#i5893|||||||Jacob Good|b. 17 Dec 1814\nd. 11 Feb 1890|p8.htm#i5897|Anna Beery|b. 24 Feb 1821\nd. 17 Dec 1908|p2.htm#i931|
     Fred Parrish is the son of James T Parrish and Elizabeth Ann Good.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Gertrude Parrish1

F
Gertrude Parrish||p15.htm#i10737|James T Parrish|b. 1855\nd. 1930|p15.htm#i10739|Elizabeth Ann Good|b. 15 May 1858\nd. 1948|p8.htm#i5893|||||||Jacob Good|b. 17 Dec 1814\nd. 11 Feb 1890|p8.htm#i5897|Anna Beery|b. 24 Feb 1821\nd. 17 Dec 1908|p2.htm#i931|
     Gertrude Parrish is the daughter of James T Parrish and Elizabeth Ann Good.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

James Parrish1

M
James Parrish||p15.htm#i10738|James T Parrish|b. 1855\nd. 1930|p15.htm#i10739|Elizabeth Ann Good|b. 15 May 1858\nd. 1948|p8.htm#i5893|||||||Jacob Good|b. 17 Dec 1814\nd. 11 Feb 1890|p8.htm#i5897|Anna Beery|b. 24 Feb 1821\nd. 17 Dec 1908|p2.htm#i931|
     James Parrish is the son of James T Parrish and Elizabeth Ann Good.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

James T Parrish1

M, b. 1855, d. 1930
     James T Parrish was born in 1855 at Adams, Indiana, USA.1 He married Elizabeth Ann Good, daughter of Jacob Good and Anna Beery, on 13 February 1879 at Indiana, USA.1 James T Parrish died in 1930 at Pennsylvania, USA.1

Children of James T Parrish and Elizabeth Ann Good

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Katherine Parrish1

F
Katherine Parrish||p15.htm#i10740|James T Parrish|b. 1855\nd. 1930|p15.htm#i10739|Elizabeth Ann Good|b. 15 May 1858\nd. 1948|p8.htm#i5893|||||||Jacob Good|b. 17 Dec 1814\nd. 11 Feb 1890|p8.htm#i5897|Anna Beery|b. 24 Feb 1821\nd. 17 Dec 1908|p2.htm#i931|
     Katherine Parrish is the daughter of James T Parrish and Elizabeth Ann Good.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Amanda Ann Parsons1,2,3,4

F, b. 9 May 1876, d. 7 January 1917
Amanda Ann Parsons|b. 9 May 1876\nd. 7 Jan 1917|p15.htm#i10741|George W. Parsons|b. 1846|p15.htm#i10744|Rachel Lowe|b. 1840|p13.htm#i9679|William Parsons|b. 1810|p15.htm#i10757|(?) Dorcas|b. 1815|p7.htm#i4718|||||||
     Amanda Ann Parsons m. December 15, 1895 in Caldwell County, NC

Burial: January 9, 1917, Kings Creek Baptist Church, Caldwell County,NC

Census: 1900 Caldwell County, NC

Death Cert Bk 0, p 70, Caldwell County, NC. She was born on 9 May 1876 at Wilkes County, North Carolina, USA.1,2,3 She was the daughter of George W. Parsons and Rachel Lowe. Amanda Ann Parsons lived in 1880 at Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, United States.3 She married George Washington Keller, son of W. Granville Keller and Elizabeth S. Stamey, on 15 December 1895 at Caldwell County, NC; Marriage: Caldwell County, North Carolina Register of Deeds, 1900-2006. George W. Keller and Amanda Ann Parsons were married in 1895. Bk 11. Amanda Ann Parsons lived in 1900 at Kings Creek, Caldwell, North Carolina.1 She died on 7 January 1917 at Kings Creek, Caldwell County, North Carolina, USA, at age 40.5,2,6

Children of Amanda Ann Parsons and George Washington Keller

Citations

  1. [S13] Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census, Year: 1900; Census Place: Kings Creek, Caldwell, North Carolina; Roll: T623 1186; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 24..
  2. [S17] Ancestry.com, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Source: NC State Archives. North Carolina Deaths, 1908-67; Certificate: ..
  3. [S21] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census, Year: 1880; Census Place: Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina; Roll:T9_987; Family History Film: 1254987; Page: 115.3000; Enumeration District: 213; Image: 0235..
  4. [S32] Ancestry.com, North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000, Database online..
  5. [S17] Ancestry.com, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Source: NC State Archives. North Carolina Deaths, 1908-67; Certificate: .; Source: NC State Archives. North Carolina Deaths, 1908-67; Certificate: ..
  6. [S19] Ancestry.com, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Database online..

Carl Washington Parsons

M
Carl Washington Parsons||p15.htm#i10742|Tilford Washington Parsons|b. 29 Mar 1880\nd. 28 Feb 1960|p15.htm#i10755|Rosa Pennell|b. 28 Nov 1878\nd. 22 Feb 1950|p15.htm#i10979|George W. Parsons|b. 1846|p15.htm#i10744|Rachel Lowe|b. 1840|p13.htm#i9679|||||||
     Carl Washington Parsons is the son of Tilford Washington Parsons and Rosa Pennell.

Estella Parsons1

F
     Estella Parsons married Norman Sylvester Huddle, son of Emanuel Homer Huddle and Sarah Louisa Sheets, on 30 August 1905.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

George W. Parsons1,2

M, b. 1846
George W. Parsons|b. 1846|p15.htm#i10744|William Parsons|b. 1810|p15.htm#i10757|(?) Dorcas|b. 1815|p7.htm#i4718|||||||||||||
     George W. Parsons was born in 1846 at North Carolina, USA.1,2 He was the son of William Parsons and (?) Dorcas. George W. Parsons lived in 1880 at Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, United States.1 He lived in 1880 at Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, United States.3 He lived in 1880 at Beaver Creek, Wilkes County, North Carolina, United States.1 He lived in 1910 at Boomer, Wilkes County, North Carolina, USA.2 He lived in 1910 at Boomer, Wilkes, North Carolina.2

Children of George W. Parsons and Rachel Lowe

Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census, Year: 1880; Census Place: Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina; Roll:T9_987; Family History Film: 1254987; Page: 115.3000; Enumeration District: 213; Image: 0235..
  2. [S14] Ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census, Year: 1910; Census Place: Boomer, Wilkes, North Carolina; Roll: T624_1135; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 162; Image: 15..
  3. [S26] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census, Database online. Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, ED 213, roll T9_987, page 115.3000, image 0235..

James Parsons

M, b. 1876
James Parsons|b. 1876|p15.htm#i10745|George W. Parsons|b. 1846|p15.htm#i10744|Rachel Lowe|b. 1840|p13.htm#i9679|William Parsons|b. 1810|p15.htm#i10757|(?) Dorcas|b. 1815|p7.htm#i4718|||||||
     James Parsons was born in 1876 at North Carolina, USA. He was the son of George W. Parsons and Rachel Lowe. James Parsons lived in 1880 at Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, United States.1

Child of James Parsons and (?) Minnie

Citations

  1. [S26] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census, Database online. Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, ED 213, roll T9_987, page 115.3000, image 0235..

John Parsons

M, b. 1877
John Parsons|b. 1877|p15.htm#i10746|George W. Parsons|b. 1846|p15.htm#i10744|Rachel Lowe|b. 1840|p13.htm#i9679|William Parsons|b. 1810|p15.htm#i10757|(?) Dorcas|b. 1815|p7.htm#i4718|||||||
     John Parsons was born in 1877 at North Carolina, USA. He was the son of George W. Parsons and Rachel Lowe. John Parsons lived in 1880 at Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, United States.1

Citations

  1. [S26] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census, Database online. Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, ED 213, roll T9_987, page 115.3000, image 0235..

Margaret Parsons1

F, b. 1642, d. 11 December 1722
     Her married name was Sherrill. Margaret Parsons was born in 1642 at Western, [parish], Wales Border, England.1 She married Samuel Sherrill, son of William Sherrill, in 1667 at Plympton, [parish], Devon, England. Margaret Parsons died on 11 December 1722 at East Hampton, Long Island, New York, USA.1

Child of Margaret Parsons and Samuel Sherrill

Citations

  1. [S7] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.

Martha Parsons

F, b. 1873
Martha Parsons|b. 1873|p15.htm#i10748|George W. Parsons|b. 1846|p15.htm#i10744|Rachel Lowe|b. 1840|p13.htm#i9679|William Parsons|b. 1810|p15.htm#i10757|(?) Dorcas|b. 1815|p7.htm#i4718|||||||
     Martha Parsons was born in 1873 at North Carolina, USA. She was the daughter of George W. Parsons and Rachel Lowe. Martha Parsons lived in 1880 at Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, United States.1

Citations

  1. [S26] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census, Database online. Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, ED 213, roll T9_987, page 115.3000, image 0235..

Martha Parsons

F, b. 1842
Martha Parsons|b. 1842|p15.htm#i10749|William Parsons|b. 1810|p15.htm#i10757|(?) Dorcas|b. 1815|p7.htm#i4718|||||||||||||
     Martha Parsons was born in 1842 at North Carolina, USA. She was the daughter of William Parsons and (?) Dorcas.

Mary Parsons

F, b. 1872
Mary Parsons|b. 1872|p15.htm#i10750|George W. Parsons|b. 1846|p15.htm#i10744|Rachel Lowe|b. 1840|p13.htm#i9679|William Parsons|b. 1810|p15.htm#i10757|(?) Dorcas|b. 1815|p7.htm#i4718|||||||
     Mary Parsons was born in 1872 at North Carolina, USA. She was the daughter of George W. Parsons and Rachel Lowe. Mary Parsons lived in 1880 at Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, United States.1

Citations

  1. [S26] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census, Database online. Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, ED 213, roll T9_987, page 115.3000, image 0235..

Mary Jane Parsons

F, b. 1845
Mary Jane Parsons|b. 1845|p15.htm#i10751|William Parsons|b. 1810|p15.htm#i10757|(?) Dorcas|b. 1815|p7.htm#i4718|||||||||||||
     Mary Jane Parsons was born in 1845 at North Carolina, USA. She was the daughter of William Parsons and (?) Dorcas.

Norma Elizabeth Parsons

F, b. 13 June 1915, d. 7 September 2003
Norma Elizabeth Parsons|b. 13 Jun 1915\nd. 7 Sep 2003|p15.htm#i10752|James Parsons|b. 1876|p15.htm#i10745|(?) Minnie||p14.htm#i10357|George W. Parsons|b. 1846|p15.htm#i10744|Rachel Lowe|b. 1840|p13.htm#i9679|||||||
     Norma Elizabeth Parsons Burial: September 9, 2003 Blue Ridge Memorial, Lenoir, Caldwell County, NC. Her Social Security Number was 246-15-4880.1 She was Type: SSN issued at North Carolina, USA.1 She lived at Lenoir, Caldwell, North Carolina.2 She was born on 13 June 1915 at Wilkes County, NC. She was born on 13 June 1915 at Wilkes, North Carolina.2 She was the daughter of James Parsons and (?) Minnie. Norma Elizabeth Parsons lived in 1920 at Boomer, Wilkes, North Carolina.3 She died on 6 September 2003 at Caldwell, North Carolina, at age 88.2 She died on 6 September 2003 at North Carolina, USA, at age 88. She died on 7 September 2003 at Lenoir, Caldwell, North Carolina, United States of America, at age 88.1 She was Type: vital on 9 September 2003.2

Children of Norma Elizabeth Parsons and John Colon Keller

Citations

  1. [S20] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index, Database online..
  2. [S19] Ancestry.com, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Database online..
  3. [S16] Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census, Database online. Boomer, Wilkes, North Carolina, ED , roll , page , image 40..

Ralph Parsons

M
Ralph Parsons||p15.htm#i10753|Tilford Washington Parsons|b. 29 Mar 1880\nd. 28 Feb 1960|p15.htm#i10755|Rosa Pennell|b. 28 Nov 1878\nd. 22 Feb 1950|p15.htm#i10979|George W. Parsons|b. 1846|p15.htm#i10744|Rachel Lowe|b. 1840|p13.htm#i9679|||||||
     Ralph Parsons is the son of Tilford Washington Parsons and Rosa Pennell.

Ray Parsons

M
Ray Parsons||p15.htm#i10754|Tilford Washington Parsons|b. 29 Mar 1880\nd. 28 Feb 1960|p15.htm#i10755|Rosa Pennell|b. 28 Nov 1878\nd. 22 Feb 1950|p15.htm#i10979|George W. Parsons|b. 1846|p15.htm#i10744|Rachel Lowe|b. 1840|p13.htm#i9679|||||||
     Ray Parsons is the son of Tilford Washington Parsons and Rosa Pennell.

Tilford Washington Parsons

M, b. 29 March 1880, d. 28 February 1960
Tilford Washington Parsons|b. 29 Mar 1880\nd. 28 Feb 1960|p15.htm#i10755|George W. Parsons|b. 1846|p15.htm#i10744|Rachel Lowe|b. 1840|p13.htm#i9679|William Parsons|b. 1810|p15.htm#i10757|(?) Dorcas|b. 1815|p7.htm#i4718|||||||
     Tilford Washington Parsons lived in 1880 at Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, United States.1 He was born on 29 March 1880 at Wilkes County, North Carolina, USA. He was the son of George W. Parsons and Rachel Lowe. Tilford Washington Parsons died on 28 February 1960 at Caldwell County, North Carolina, USA, at age 79.

Children of Tilford Washington Parsons and Rosa Pennell

Citations

  1. [S26] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census, Database online. Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, ED 213, roll T9_987, page 115.3000, image 0235..

William Parsons

M, b. 1850
William Parsons|b. 1850|p15.htm#i10756|William Parsons|b. 1810|p15.htm#i10757|(?) Dorcas|b. 1815|p7.htm#i4718|||||||||||||
     William Parsons was born in 1850. He was the son of William Parsons and (?) Dorcas.

William Parsons1

M, b. 1810
     William Parsons was born in 1810 at North Carolina, USA.1 He lived in 1880 at Oldfields, Ashe County, North Carolina, United States.1

Children of William Parsons and (?) Dorcas

Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census, Year: 1880; Census Place: Oldfields, Ashe, North Carolina; Roll: T9_952; Family History Film: 1254952; Page: 627.2000; Enumeration District: 24; Image: 0258..

William Parsons

M, b. 1874
William Parsons|b. 1874|p15.htm#i10758|George W. Parsons|b. 1846|p15.htm#i10744|Rachel Lowe|b. 1840|p13.htm#i9679|William Parsons|b. 1810|p15.htm#i10757|(?) Dorcas|b. 1815|p7.htm#i4718|||||||
     William Parsons was born in 1874 at North Carolina, USA. He was the son of George W. Parsons and Rachel Lowe. William Parsons lived in 1880 at Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, United States.1

Citations

  1. [S26] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census, Database online. Beaver Creek, Wilkes, North Carolina, ED 213, roll T9_987, page 115.3000, image 0235..

Armentia B Paseur1

F, b. 8 February 1870, d. 27 January 1914
Armentia B Paseur|b. 8 Feb 1870\nd. 27 Jan 1914|p15.htm#i10759|Jacob Miles Pasour|b. 6 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Dec 1910|p15.htm#i10793|Mary Adeline McElwain|b. 14 Nov 1853\nd. 28 Apr 1938|p14.htm#i10098|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Armentia B Paseur was born on 8 February 1870 at Tippah, Mississippi, USA.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Miles Pasour and Mary Adeline McElwain. Armentia B Paseur died on 27 January 1914 at age 43.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Edna Leona Paseur1

F, b. November 1883, d. 14 December 1950
Edna Leona Paseur|b. Nov 1883\nd. 14 Dec 1950|p15.htm#i10760|Jacob Miles Pasour|b. 6 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Dec 1910|p15.htm#i10793|Mary Adeline McElwain|b. 14 Nov 1853\nd. 28 Apr 1938|p14.htm#i10098|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Edna Leona Paseur was born in November 1883 at Tippah, Mississippi, USA.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Miles Pasour and Mary Adeline McElwain. Edna Leona Paseur died on 14 December 1950 at age 67.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Eli Lee Paseur1

M, b. 8 June 1865, d. 11 January 1945
Eli Lee Paseur|b. 8 Jun 1865\nd. 11 Jan 1945|p15.htm#i10761|Caleb Paysour|b. Oct 1823\nd. 1900|p15.htm#i10848|Eliza Jane Jenkins|b. 26 Apr 1826\nd. 12 Apr 1923|p11.htm#i8099|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Eli Lee Paseur was born on 8 June 1865 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Caleb Paysour and Eliza Jane Jenkins. Eli Lee Paseur died on 11 January 1945 at Marshall, Alabama, USA, at age 79.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Eliza Jane Paseur1

F, b. 1856
Eliza Jane Paseur|b. 1856|p15.htm#i10762|Caleb Paysour|b. Oct 1823\nd. 1900|p15.htm#i10848|Eliza Jane Jenkins|b. 26 Apr 1826\nd. 12 Apr 1923|p11.htm#i8099|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Eliza Jane Paseur was born in 1856 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Caleb Paysour and Eliza Jane Jenkins.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Hannah Elizabeth Paseur1

F, b. 1847
Hannah Elizabeth Paseur|b. 1847|p15.htm#i10763|Caleb Paysour|b. Oct 1823\nd. 1900|p15.htm#i10848|Eliza Jane Jenkins|b. 26 Apr 1826\nd. 12 Apr 1923|p11.htm#i8099|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Hannah Elizabeth Paseur was born in 1847 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Caleb Paysour and Eliza Jane Jenkins.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Howard Porter Paseur1

M, b. 5 June 1882, d. 29 August 1960
Howard Porter Paseur|b. 5 Jun 1882\nd. 29 Aug 1960|p15.htm#i10764|Jacob Miles Pasour|b. 6 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Dec 1910|p15.htm#i10793|Mary Adeline McElwain|b. 14 Nov 1853\nd. 28 Apr 1938|p14.htm#i10098|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Howard Porter Paseur was born on 5 June 1882 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Jacob Miles Pasour and Mary Adeline McElwain. Howard Porter Paseur died on 29 August 1960 at age 78.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

John Larkin Paseur1

M, b. 18 June 1851, d. 11 June 1943
John Larkin Paseur|b. 18 Jun 1851\nd. 11 Jun 1943|p15.htm#i10765|Caleb Paysour|b. Oct 1823\nd. 1900|p15.htm#i10848|Eliza Jane Jenkins|b. 26 Apr 1826\nd. 12 Apr 1923|p11.htm#i8099|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     John Larkin Paseur was born on 18 June 1851 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Caleb Paysour and Eliza Jane Jenkins. John Larkin Paseur died on 11 June 1943 at Tippah, Mississippi, USA, at age 91.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Lillian A Paseur1

F, b. 14 November 1877, d. 6 May 1878
Lillian A Paseur|b. 14 Nov 1877\nd. 6 May 1878|p15.htm#i10766|Jacob Miles Pasour|b. 6 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Dec 1910|p15.htm#i10793|Mary Adeline McElwain|b. 14 Nov 1853\nd. 28 Apr 1938|p14.htm#i10098|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Lillian A Paseur was born on 14 November 1877 at Tippah, Mississippi, USA.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Miles Pasour and Mary Adeline McElwain. Lillian A Paseur died on 6 May 1878 at age 0.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Luther A Paseur1

M, b. 25 February 1871, d. 10 August 1873
Luther A Paseur|b. 25 Feb 1871\nd. 10 Aug 1873|p15.htm#i10767|Jacob Miles Pasour|b. 6 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Dec 1910|p15.htm#i10793|Mary Adeline McElwain|b. 14 Nov 1853\nd. 28 Apr 1938|p14.htm#i10098|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Luther A Paseur was born on 25 February 1871 at Tippah, Mississippi, USA.1 He was the son of Jacob Miles Pasour and Mary Adeline McElwain. Luther A Paseur died on 10 August 1873 at age 2.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Martha A Paseur1

F, b. 1860
Martha A Paseur|b. 1860|p15.htm#i10768|Caleb Paysour|b. Oct 1823\nd. 1900|p15.htm#i10848|Eliza Jane Jenkins|b. 26 Apr 1826\nd. 12 Apr 1923|p11.htm#i8099|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Martha A Paseur was born in 1860 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Caleb Paysour and Eliza Jane Jenkins.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Mary A Paseur1

F, b. September 1846
Mary A Paseur|b. Sep 1846|p15.htm#i10769|Caleb Paysour|b. Oct 1823\nd. 1900|p15.htm#i10848|Eliza Jane Jenkins|b. 26 Apr 1826\nd. 12 Apr 1923|p11.htm#i8099|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Mary A Paseur was born in September 1846 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Caleb Paysour and Eliza Jane Jenkins.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Miles Glenn Paseur1

M, b. September 1894, d. 20 April 1939
Miles Glenn Paseur|b. Sep 1894\nd. 20 Apr 1939|p15.htm#i10770|Jacob Miles Pasour|b. 6 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Dec 1910|p15.htm#i10793|Mary Adeline McElwain|b. 14 Nov 1853\nd. 28 Apr 1938|p14.htm#i10098|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Miles Glenn Paseur was born in September 1894 at Tippah, Mississippi, USA.1 He was the son of Jacob Miles Pasour and Mary Adeline McElwain. Miles Glenn Paseur died on 20 April 1939 at age 44.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Warda Eulolia Paseur1

F, b. 25 February 1887, d. 29 August 1888
Warda Eulolia Paseur|b. 25 Feb 1887\nd. 29 Aug 1888|p15.htm#i10771|Jacob Miles Pasour|b. 6 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Dec 1910|p15.htm#i10793|Mary Adeline McElwain|b. 14 Nov 1853\nd. 28 Apr 1938|p14.htm#i10098|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Warda Eulolia Paseur was born on 25 February 1887 at Tippah, Mississippi, USA.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Miles Pasour and Mary Adeline McElwain. Warda Eulolia Paseur died on 29 August 1888 at age 1.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

William George Paseur1

M, b. 18 June 1869
William George Paseur|b. 18 Jun 1869|p15.htm#i10772|Caleb Paysour|b. Oct 1823\nd. 1900|p15.htm#i10848|Eliza Jane Jenkins|b. 26 Apr 1826\nd. 12 Apr 1923|p11.htm#i8099|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     William George Paseur was born on 18 June 1869 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Caleb Paysour and Eliza Jane Jenkins.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Anne Pashley1

F, b. 1402, d. 1443
Anne Pashley|b. 1402\nd. 1443|p15.htm#i10773|Robert Pashley|b. 1370\nd. 1406|p15.htm#i10774|Philippa Sergeaux|b. 1381\nd. 1420|p17.htm#i12434|||||||Richard Sergeaux|b. 1346\nd. 30 Sep 1393|p17.htm#i12435|Phillippa Fitzalan|b. 1351\nd. 1399|p8.htm#i5366|
     Her married name was Tyrrell. Anne Pashley was born in 1402 at Essex, Hertfordshire, England.1 She was the daughter of Robert Pashley and Philippa Sergeaux. Anne Pashley married Edward Tyrrell in 1420 at Pashley Ticehurst, Sussex, England. Anne Pashley died in 1443 at Downham, Essex, England.1 She died in 1443 at Essex, England.

Child of Anne Pashley and Edward Tyrrell

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Robert Pashley1

M, b. 1370, d. 1406
     Robert Pashley was born in 1370 at Pasele, Ticehurst, Sussex, England.1 He was born in 1370 at Pasele, Ticehurst, Sussex, England. He was born in 1370 at Pasele, Ticehurst, Sussex, England.1 He married Philippa Sergeaux, daughter of Richard Sergeaux and Phillippa Fitzalan, in 1401 at Colquite Manor, St Mabyn, Cornwall, England. Robert Pashley died in 1406 at Pasele, Ticehurst, Sussex, England.1

Child of Robert Pashley and Philippa Sergeaux

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Adam Pasour1

M, b. 13 May 1833, d. 21 November 1919
Adam Pasour|b. 13 May 1833\nd. 21 Nov 1919|p15.htm#i10775|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Adam Pasour was born on 13 May 1833 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser. Adam Pasour died on 21 November 1919 at age 86.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Albert Drayton Pasour1

M, b. 16 May 1869, d. 3 March 1901
Albert Drayton Pasour|b. 16 May 1869\nd. 3 Mar 1901|p15.htm#i10776|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Albert Drayton Pasour was born on 16 May 1869 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom. Albert Drayton Pasour died on 3 March 1901 at Dallas, North Carolina, USA, at age 31.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Anne Mae Pasour1

F, b. 18 May 1852, d. 21 February 1915
Anne Mae Pasour|b. 18 May 1852\nd. 21 Feb 1915|p15.htm#i10777|Ephraim Paysour|b. 1824\nd. 3 May 1863|p15.htm#i10856|Barbara Ann Rhyne|b. 28 Jan 1826\nd. 12 Nov 1907|p16.htm#i11538|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Anne Mae Pasour was born on 18 May 1852 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Ephraim Paysour and Barbara Ann Rhyne. Anne Mae Pasour died on 21 February 1915 at Belmont, Gaston, North Carolina, USA, at age 62.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Benie Pasour1

F, b. 1856
Benie Pasour|b. 1856|p15.htm#i10778|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Benie Pasour was born in 1856.1 She was the daughter of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Catherine Caroline Pasour1

F, b. 3 May 1838, d. 22 April 1906
     Her married name was Carpenter. Catherine Caroline Pasour was born on 3 May 1838 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She married Levi B Carpenter, son of Samuel Carpenter and Catherine Mauney, on 28 September 1854 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 Catherine Caroline Pasour died on 22 April 1906 at age 67.1

Child of Catherine Caroline Pasour and Levi B Carpenter

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Charlotte Pasour1

F, b. 17 May 1836, d. 19 October 1913
     Charlotte Pasour was born on 17 May 1836 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She died on 19 October 1913 at age 77.1

Child of Charlotte Pasour and John Hovis

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

David Rufus Pasour1

M, b. 28 October 1838, d. 27 September 1921
David Rufus Pasour|b. 28 Oct 1838\nd. 27 Sep 1921|p15.htm#i10781|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Peter Rhyne|b. Feb 1754\nd. 8 Jul 1828|p16.htm#i11738|Anne M. Wills|b. 27 Mar 1751\nd. 13 Jun 1854|p20.htm#i14781|
     David Rufus Pasour was also known as D. Rufus Paysour. He was born in 1831. He was born on 28 October 1838 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of David Paysour and Hannah Rhyne. David Rufus Pasour married Nancy Lavina Withers on 2 January 1866 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 David Rufus Pasour married Minnie Frances Maxwell on 19 October 1915 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 David Rufus Pasour died on 27 September 1921 at Dallas, Gaston, North Carolina, USA, at age 82.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

David S Pasour1

M, b. 18 March 1850, d. 19 April 1937
David S Pasour|b. 18 Mar 1850\nd. 19 Apr 1937|p15.htm#i10782|Caleb Paysour|b. Oct 1823\nd. 1900|p15.htm#i10848|Eliza Jane Jenkins|b. 26 Apr 1826\nd. 12 Apr 1923|p11.htm#i8099|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     David S Pasour was born on 18 March 1850 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Caleb Paysour and Eliza Jane Jenkins. David S Pasour died on 19 April 1937 at Cedar Point, Madison, Alabama, USA, at age 87.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Edna Mae Pasour1

F, b. 26 July 1877, d. 14 August 1968
Edna Mae Pasour|b. 26 Jul 1877\nd. 14 Aug 1968|p15.htm#i10783|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Edna Mae Pasour was born on 26 July 1877 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom. Edna Mae Pasour died on 14 August 1968 at age 91.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Edna Mae Pasour1

M, b. 26 July 1877, d. 14 August 1968
Edna Mae Pasour|b. 26 Jul 1877\nd. 14 Aug 1968|p15.htm#i10784|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Edna Mae Pasour was born on 26 July 1877.1 He was the son of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom. Edna Mae Pasour died on 14 August 1968 at Dallas, North Carolina, USA, at age 91.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Eli Pasour1

M, b. 1849
Eli Pasour|b. 1849|p15.htm#i10785|Ephraim Paysour|b. 1824\nd. 3 May 1863|p15.htm#i10856|Barbara Ann Rhyne|b. 28 Jan 1826\nd. 12 Nov 1907|p16.htm#i11538|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Eli Pasour was born in 1849 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Ephraim Paysour and Barbara Ann Rhyne.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Emily Pasour1

F
     Emily Pasour married John H Friday, son of Marion David Friday and Sarah Black, in 1894.1

Children of Emily Pasour and John H Friday

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Emma Foster Pasour1

F, b. 3 June 1871, d. 31 July 1951
Emma Foster Pasour|b. 3 Jun 1871\nd. 31 Jul 1951|p15.htm#i10787|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Emma Foster Pasour was born on 3 June 1871 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom. Emma Foster Pasour died on 31 July 1951 at Bessemer City, Nortrh, California, USA, at age 80.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Frances Pasour1

F, b. 1857
Frances Pasour|b. 1857|p15.htm#i10788|Ephraim Paysour|b. 1824\nd. 3 May 1863|p15.htm#i10856|Barbara Ann Rhyne|b. 28 Jan 1826\nd. 12 Nov 1907|p16.htm#i11538|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Frances Pasour was born in 1857.1 She was the daughter of Ephraim Paysour and Barbara Ann Rhyne.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Hanna Pasour1

F, b. 1827
Hanna Pasour|b. 1827|p15.htm#i10789|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Hanna Pasour was born in 1827.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Hannah M Pasour1

F, b. 16 July 1853, d. 23 September 1919
Hannah M Pasour|b. 16 Jul 1853\nd. 23 Sep 1919|p15.htm#i10790|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Hannah M Pasour was born on 16 July 1853 at York, South Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom. Hannah M Pasour died on 23 September 1919 at Dallas, Gaston, North Carolina, USA, at age 66.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Hannah Malinda Pasour1

F, b. 1830
Hannah Malinda Pasour|b. 1830|p15.htm#i10791|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Peter Rhyne|b. Feb 1754\nd. 8 Jul 1828|p16.htm#i11738|Anne M. Wills|b. 27 Mar 1751\nd. 13 Jun 1854|p20.htm#i14781|
     Her married name was Lineberger. Hannah Malinda Pasour was also known as Malinda Paysour. She was born in 1830. She was born in 1830 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of David Paysour and Hannah Rhyne. Hannah Malinda Pasour married Lewis Lineberger on 4 September 1852 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1

Children of Hannah Malinda Pasour and Lewis Lineberger

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Henrietta J Pasour1

F, b. 18 January 1862, d. 30 January 1950
Henrietta J Pasour|b. 18 Jan 1862\nd. 30 Jan 1950|p15.htm#i10792|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Henrietta J Pasour was born on 18 January 1862 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom. Henrietta J Pasour died on 30 January 1950 at York, South Carolina, USA, at age 88.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Jacob Miles Pasour1

M, b. 6 August 1845, d. 28 December 1910
Jacob Miles Pasour|b. 6 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Dec 1910|p15.htm#i10793|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Peter Rhyne|b. Feb 1754\nd. 8 Jul 1828|p16.htm#i11738|Anne M. Wills|b. 27 Mar 1751\nd. 13 Jun 1854|p20.htm#i14781|
     Jacob Miles Pasour was also known as Miles Paysour. He was born in 1836. He was born on 6 August 1845 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of David Paysour and Hannah Rhyne. Jacob Miles Pasour married Mary Adeline McElwain on 18 July 1869 at Tippah, Mississippi, USA.1 Jacob Miles Pasour died on 28 December 1910 at Faulkner, Tippah, Mississippi, USA, at age 65.1

Children of Jacob Miles Pasour and Mary Adeline McElwain

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Jesse Peterson Pasour1

M, b. 14 April 1850, d. 20 November 1931
Jesse Peterson Pasour|b. 14 Apr 1850\nd. 20 Nov 1931|p15.htm#i10794|Ephraim Paysour|b. 1824\nd. 3 May 1863|p15.htm#i10856|Barbara Ann Rhyne|b. 28 Jan 1826\nd. 12 Nov 1907|p16.htm#i11538|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Jesse Peterson Pasour was born on 14 April 1850 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Ephraim Paysour and Barbara Ann Rhyne. Jesse Peterson Pasour died on 20 November 1931 at age 81.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Jonas Pasour1

M, b. 4 May 1819, d. 29 November 1884
Jonas Pasour|b. 4 May 1819\nd. 29 Nov 1884|p15.htm#i10795|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Jonas Pasour was born on 4 May 1819 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser. Jonas Pasour died on 29 November 1884 at Pleasant Grove Meth, Lincolnshire, England, at age 65.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Katie Pasour1

F, b. 1848
Katie Pasour|b. 1848|p15.htm#i10796|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Katie Pasour was born in 1848.1 She was the daughter of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Leonora Pasour1

F, b. 1854
Leonora Pasour|b. 1854|p15.htm#i10797|Ephraim Paysour|b. 1824\nd. 3 May 1863|p15.htm#i10856|Barbara Ann Rhyne|b. 28 Jan 1826\nd. 12 Nov 1907|p16.htm#i11538|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Leonora Pasour was born in 1854 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Ephraim Paysour and Barbara Ann Rhyne.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Lola Pasour1

F, b. 8 July 1874, d. 22 June 1896
Lola Pasour|b. 8 Jul 1874\nd. 22 Jun 1896|p15.htm#i10798|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Lola Pasour was born on 8 July 1874 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom. Lola Pasour died on 22 June 1896 at age 21.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Lorena Pasour1

F, d. 5 December 1917
Lorena Pasour|d. 5 Dec 1917|p15.htm#i10799|Ephraim Paysour|b. 1824\nd. 3 May 1863|p15.htm#i10856|Barbara Ann Rhyne|b. 28 Jan 1826\nd. 12 Nov 1907|p16.htm#i11538|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Lorena Pasour was the daughter of Ephraim Paysour and Barbara Ann Rhyne. Lorena Pasour died on 5 December 1917 at Gastonia, Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Maggie Pasour1

F, b. 1854
Maggie Pasour|b. 1854|p15.htm#i10800|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Maggie Pasour was born in 1854.1 She was the daughter of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Margaret A Pasour1

F, b. 19 February 1864, d. 20 July 1938
Margaret A Pasour|b. 19 Feb 1864\nd. 20 Jul 1938|p15.htm#i10801|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Margaret A Pasour was born on 19 February 1864 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom. Margaret A Pasour died on 20 July 1938 at Dallas, North Carolina, USA, at age 74.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Margaret S Pasour1

F, b. 1847
Margaret S Pasour|b. 1847|p15.htm#i10802|Ephraim Paysour|b. 1824\nd. 3 May 1863|p15.htm#i10856|Barbara Ann Rhyne|b. 28 Jan 1826\nd. 12 Nov 1907|p16.htm#i11538|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Margaret S Pasour was born in 1847 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Ephraim Paysour and Barbara Ann Rhyne.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Martha A Pasour1

F, b. 11 October 1855, d. 11 March 1934
Martha A Pasour|b. 11 Oct 1855\nd. 11 Mar 1934|p15.htm#i10803|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Martha A Pasour was born on 11 October 1855 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom. Martha A Pasour died on 11 March 1934 at Dallas, North Carolina, USA, at age 78.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Mary Pasour1

F, b. 1825
Mary Pasour|b. 1825|p15.htm#i10804|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Mary Pasour was born in 1825 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Michael Pasour1

M, b. 1819
Michael Pasour|b. 1819|p15.htm#i10805|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Michael Pasour was born in 1819.1 He was the son of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Rachel Pasour1

F, b. 7 November 1831, d. 30 May 1907
     Her married name was Rhyne. Rachel Pasour was born on 7 November 1831 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She married Caleb Rhyne, son of Jacob M Rhyne and Elizabeth Rhyne, in 1850 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 Rachel Pasour died on 30 May 1907 at age 75.1

Children of Rachel Pasour and Caleb Rhyne

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Sallie Pasour1

F, b. 1821
Sallie Pasour|b. 1821|p15.htm#i10807|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Sallie Pasour was born in 1821.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Samuel Pasour1

M, b. 1803
Samuel Pasour|b. 1803|p15.htm#i10808|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Samuel Pasour was born in 1803.1 He was the son of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Samuel Pasour1

M, b. 1803
     Samuel Pasour was born in 1803.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Sarah Frances Pasour1

F, b. October 1858
Sarah Frances Pasour|b. Oct 1858|p15.htm#i10810|Ephraim Paysour|b. 1824\nd. 3 May 1863|p15.htm#i10856|Barbara Ann Rhyne|b. 28 Jan 1826\nd. 12 Nov 1907|p16.htm#i11538|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Sarah Frances Pasour was born in October 1858 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Ephraim Paysour and Barbara Ann Rhyne.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Simon Peter Pasour1

M, b. 28 June 1828, d. 1 December 1909
Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Peter Rhyne|b. Feb 1754\nd. 8 Jul 1828|p16.htm#i11738|Anne M. Wills|b. 27 Mar 1751\nd. 13 Jun 1854|p20.htm#i14781|
     Simon Peter Pasour was also known as Peter Paysour. He was born in 1825. He was born on 28 June 1828 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of David Paysour and Hannah Rhyne. Simon Peter Pasour married Dianna Broom on 19 August 1852 at Yorkville, York, South Carolina, USA.1 Simon Peter Pasour died on 1 December 1909 at Dallas, North Carolina, USA, at age 81.1

Children of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Susan Catherine Pasour1

F, b. 27 June 1836, d. 5 April 1926
     Her married name was Carpenter. Susan Catherine Pasour was born on 27 June 1836.1 She married Alfred Garrison Carpenter, son of Samuel Carpenter and Catherine Mauney, on 20 December 1865 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 Susan Catherine Pasour died on 5 April 1926 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA, at age 89.1

Children of Susan Catherine Pasour and Alfred Garrison Carpenter

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Susan Catherine Pasour1

F, b. 27 June 1836, d. 5 April 1926
Susan Catherine Pasour|b. 27 Jun 1836\nd. 5 Apr 1926|p15.htm#i10813|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Susan Catherine Pasour was born on 27 June 1836.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser. Susan Catherine Pasour died on 5 April 1926 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA, at age 89.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

William Miles Pasour1

M, b. 23 September 1857, d. 23 May 1938
William Miles Pasour|b. 23 Sep 1857\nd. 23 May 1938|p15.htm#i10814|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     William Miles Pasour was born on 23 September 1857 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom. William Miles Pasour died on 23 May 1938 at Dallas, North Carolina, USA, at age 80.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

(?) Patience

F

Child of (?) Patience and John Ashton

Jane Jennie Patrick1,2

F, b. 14 August 1800, d. 14 September 1839
     Her married name was Prater. Jane Jennie Patrick was born on 14 August 1800 at Russell, Virginia, USA.1,2 She married Elijah Prater, son of Archibald Prater and Sarah Martha Fugate, on 22 June 1815 at Floyd, Kentucky, USA.2 Jane Jennie Patrick died on 14 September 1839 at Floyd, Kentucky, USA, at age 39.2

Child of Jane Jennie Patrick and Elijah Prater

Citations

  1. [S35] Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, Source number: 1688.001; Source type: Pedigree chart; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: ..
  2. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Anna Ruth Patton1

F
     Anna Ruth Patton married Arnold Gale McGee, son of Thom L Mc Gee and Louisa Catherine Stanfill, on 26 December 1924 at Farmington, Saint Francois, Missouri, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Anna Maria Paules

F, b. 29 January 1808
Anna Maria Paules|b. 29 Jan 1808|p15.htm#i10818|Henry Paules|b. 17 Feb 1780\nd. 26 Nov 1864|p15.htm#i10827|Susanna Keller|b. 12 Jan 1783\nd. 25 Jun 1837|p12.htm#i8839|||||||Anthony Keller|b. 1745\nd. 1 Jan 1817|p12.htm#i8292|Maria E. Koeller|b. 1747|p13.htm#i9146|
     Anna Maria Paules was born on 29 January 1808 at Windsor Twp, York, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Henry Paules and Susanna Keller.

Benjamin Paules

M, b. 6 April 1825
Benjamin Paules|b. 6 Apr 1825|p15.htm#i10819|Henry Paules|b. 17 Feb 1780\nd. 26 Nov 1864|p15.htm#i10827|Susanna Keller|b. 12 Jan 1783\nd. 25 Jun 1837|p12.htm#i8839|||||||Anthony Keller|b. 1745\nd. 1 Jan 1817|p12.htm#i8292|Maria E. Koeller|b. 1747|p13.htm#i9146|
     Benjamin Paules died at 29 Jul 1905. He was born on 6 April 1825 at Windsor Twp, York, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Henry Paules and Susanna Keller.

Callie Elizabeth Paules

F, b. 26 May 1865
Callie Elizabeth Paules|b. 26 May 1865|p15.htm#i10820|David Ephraim Paules|b. 28 Aug 1835\nd. 27 Dec 1867|p15.htm#i10823|Elizabeth Keller|b. 4 Apr 1837\nd. 25 Mar 1911|p12.htm#i8398|||||||Peter Keller|b. 1 Oct 1801\nd. 8 Mar 1874|p12.htm#i8744|Saloma Will|b. 1803\nd. 4 Jan 1879|p20.htm#i14561|
     Callie Elizabeth Paules [KELLER_AND_HOYLE_FAMILIES_OF_WESTERN_NORTH_CAROLINA.GED]

[Keller and Hoyle Families of W.ged]

Family Data Collection - Births
about Callie Elizabeth Paules
Name: Callie Elizabeth Paules
Father: David Ephraim Paules
Mother: Elizabeth Keller
Birth Date: 26 May 1865
State: PA
Country: USA [Keller and Hoyle Family of Western North Carolina.FTW]

Family Data Collection - Births
about Callie Elizabeth Paules
Name: Callie Elizabeth Paules
Father: David Ephraim Paules
Mother: Elizabeth Keller
Birth Date: 26 May 1865
State: PA
Country: USA. She was born on 26 May 1865 at Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of David Ephraim Paules and Elizabeth Keller.

Casandra Paules

F, b. 22 April 1817
Casandra Paules|b. 22 Apr 1817|p15.htm#i10821|Henry Paules|b. 17 Feb 1780\nd. 26 Nov 1864|p15.htm#i10827|Susanna Keller|b. 12 Jan 1783\nd. 25 Jun 1837|p12.htm#i8839|||||||Anthony Keller|b. 1745\nd. 1 Jan 1817|p12.htm#i8292|Maria E. Koeller|b. 1747|p13.htm#i9146|
     Casandra Paules was born on 22 April 1817. She was the daughter of Henry Paules and Susanna Keller.

Children of Casandra Paules and Charles McKenzie

Cecelia Viola Paules

F, b. 9 October 1863, d. 6 January 1930
Cecelia Viola Paules|b. 9 Oct 1863\nd. 6 Jan 1930|p15.htm#i10822|David Ephraim Paules|b. 28 Aug 1835\nd. 27 Dec 1867|p15.htm#i10823|Elizabeth Keller|b. 4 Apr 1837\nd. 25 Mar 1911|p12.htm#i8398|||||||Peter Keller|b. 1 Oct 1801\nd. 8 Mar 1874|p12.htm#i8744|Saloma Will|b. 1803\nd. 4 Jan 1879|p20.htm#i14561|
     Her married name was Blessing. Cecelia Viola Paules [KELLER_AND_HOYLE_FAMILIES_OF_WESTERN_NORTH_CAROLINA.GED]

[Keller and Hoyle Families of W.ged]

Family Data Collection - Births
about Cecelia Viola Paules
Name: Cecelia Viola Paules
Father: David Ephraim Paules
Mother: Elizabeth Keller
Birth Date: 9 Oct 1863
City: York
State: PA
Country: USA [Keller and Hoyle Family of Western North Carolina.FTW]

Family Data Collection - Births
about Cecelia Viola Paules
Name: Cecelia Viola Paules
Father: David Ephraim Paules
Mother: Elizabeth Keller
Birth Date: 9 Oct 1863
City: York
State: PA
Country: USA. She was born on 9 October 1863 at York, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of David Ephraim Paules and Elizabeth Keller. Cecelia Viola Paules married Henry Blessing on 16 February 1890 at Wrightsville, York, Pennsylvania.1 Cecelia Viola Paules died on 6 January 1930 at age 66.

Citations

  1. [S138] Comp. Edmund West, Family Data Collection - Individual Records.

David Ephraim Paules

M, b. 28 August 1835, d. 27 December 1867
     David Ephraim Paules [KELLER_AND_HOYLE_FAMILIES_OF_WESTERN_NORTH_CAROLINA.GED]

[Keller and Hoyle Families of W.ged]

Family Data Collection - Individual Records
about David Ephraim Paules
Name: David Ephraim Paules
Spouse: Elizabeth Keller
Parents: Adam Paules , Elizabeth Hartzler
Birth Place: York, Lower Windsor Tw, PA
Birth Date: 28 Aug 1835
Marriage Date: 1860
Death Date: 27 Dec 1867

Source Citation: Birth year: 1835; Birth city: Lower Windsor Tw; Birth state: PA.[Keller and Hoyle Family of Western North Carolina.FTW]

Family Data Collection - Individual Records
about David Ephraim Paules
Name: David Ephraim Paules
Spouse: Elizabeth Keller
Parents: Adam Paules , Elizabeth Hartzler
Birth Place: York, Lower Windsor Tw, PA
Birth Date: 28 Aug 1835
Marriage Date: 1860
Death Date: 27 Dec 1867

Source Citation: Birth year: 1835; Birth city: Lower Windsor Tw; Birth state: PA. He was born on 28 August 1835 at L Windsor Twp, York, Pennsylvania. He married Elizabeth Keller, daughter of Peter Keller and Saloma Will, in 1860.1 David Ephraim Paules died on 27 December 1867 at York County, Pennsylvania, at age 32.

Children of David Ephraim Paules and Elizabeth Keller

Citations

  1. [S138] Comp. Edmund West, Family Data Collection - Individual Records.

Elizabeth Paules

F, b. circa 1815
Elizabeth Paules|b. c 1815|p15.htm#i10824|Henry Paules|b. 17 Feb 1780\nd. 26 Nov 1864|p15.htm#i10827|Susanna Keller|b. 12 Jan 1783\nd. 25 Jun 1837|p12.htm#i8839|||||||Anthony Keller|b. 1745\nd. 1 Jan 1817|p12.htm#i8292|Maria E. Koeller|b. 1747|p13.htm#i9146|
     Elizabeth Paules was born circa 1815. She was the daughter of Henry Paules and Susanna Keller.

Evelyn E Paules

F
Evelyn E Paules||p15.htm#i10825|Maurice Paules|b. 1892|p15.htm#i10830|Nettie E Abel|b. Jul 1893|p1.htm#i222|||||||Peter C. Abel|b. 17 Nov 1871\nd. 27 May 1950|p1.htm#i240|Ida J. Ruby|b. 27 Nov 1871\nd. 31 May 1921|p16.htm#i11962|
     Evelyn E Paules is the daughter of Maurice Paules and Nettie E Abel.

Helen L Paules

F
Helen L Paules||p15.htm#i10826|Maurice Paules|b. 1892|p15.htm#i10830|Nettie E Abel|b. Jul 1893|p1.htm#i222|||||||Peter C. Abel|b. 17 Nov 1871\nd. 27 May 1950|p1.htm#i240|Ida J. Ruby|b. 27 Nov 1871\nd. 31 May 1921|p16.htm#i11962|
     Helen L Paules is the daughter of Maurice Paules and Nettie E Abel.

Henry Paules

M, b. 17 February 1780, d. 26 November 1864
     Henry Paules [KELLER_AND_HOYLE_FAMILIES_OF_WESTERN_NORTH_CAROLINA.GED]

[Keller and Hoyle Families of W.ged]

Family Data Collection - Births
about Henry Paules
Name: Henry Paules
Father: John Adam Paulus
Mother: Maria Elizabeth Wolf
Birth Date: 17 Feb 1780
State: PA
Country: USA [Keller and Hoyle Family of Western North Carolina.FTW]

Family Data Collection - Births
about Henry Paules
Name: Henry Paules
Father: John Adam Paulus
Mother: Maria Elizabeth Wolf
Birth Date: 17 Feb 1780
State: PA
Country: USA. He was born on 17 February 1780 at Pennsylvania, USA. He married Susanna Keller, daughter of Anthony Keller and Maria Elizabeth Koeller, in 1803 at York, Pennsylvania. Henry Paules died on 26 November 1864 at L Windsor Twp, York Co, Pennsylvania, at age 84.

Children of Henry Paules and Susanna Keller

Henry Paules

M, b. 7 April 1822
Henry Paules|b. 7 Apr 1822|p15.htm#i10828|Henry Paules|b. 17 Feb 1780\nd. 26 Nov 1864|p15.htm#i10827|Susanna Keller|b. 12 Jan 1783\nd. 25 Jun 1837|p12.htm#i8839|||||||Anthony Keller|b. 1745\nd. 1 Jan 1817|p12.htm#i8292|Maria E. Koeller|b. 1747|p13.htm#i9146|
     Henry Paules was born on 7 April 1822 at L Windsor Twp, York Co, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Henry Paules and Susanna Keller.

Lydia Paules

F, b. 27 May 1806
Lydia Paules|b. 27 May 1806|p15.htm#i10829|Henry Paules|b. 17 Feb 1780\nd. 26 Nov 1864|p15.htm#i10827|Susanna Keller|b. 12 Jan 1783\nd. 25 Jun 1837|p12.htm#i8839|||||||Anthony Keller|b. 1745\nd. 1 Jan 1817|p12.htm#i8292|Maria E. Koeller|b. 1747|p13.htm#i9146|
     Lydia Paules was born on 27 May 1806 at Windsor Twp, York, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Henry Paules and Susanna Keller.

Maurice Paules

M, b. 1892
     Maurice Paules was born in 1892 at Pennsylvania, USA. He married Nettie E Abel, daughter of Peter C Abel and Ida Jane Ruby, on 6 June 1915.

Children of Maurice Paules and Nettie E Abel

Miriam V Paules

F
Miriam V Paules||p15.htm#i10831|Maurice Paules|b. 1892|p15.htm#i10830|Nettie E Abel|b. Jul 1893|p1.htm#i222|||||||Peter C. Abel|b. 17 Nov 1871\nd. 27 May 1950|p1.htm#i240|Ida J. Ruby|b. 27 Nov 1871\nd. 31 May 1921|p16.htm#i11962|
     Miriam V Paules is the daughter of Maurice Paules and Nettie E Abel.

Ottis Sylvester Paules

M, b. 5 August 1860
Ottis Sylvester Paules|b. 5 Aug 1860|p15.htm#i10832|David Ephraim Paules|b. 28 Aug 1835\nd. 27 Dec 1867|p15.htm#i10823|Elizabeth Keller|b. 4 Apr 1837\nd. 25 Mar 1911|p12.htm#i8398|||||||Peter Keller|b. 1 Oct 1801\nd. 8 Mar 1874|p12.htm#i8744|Saloma Will|b. 1803\nd. 4 Jan 1879|p20.htm#i14561|
     Ottis Sylvester Paules [KELLER_AND_HOYLE_FAMILIES_OF_WESTERN_NORTH_CAROLINA.GED]

[Keller and Hoyle Families of W.ged]

Family Data Collection - Births
about Ottis Sylvester Paules
Name: Ottis Sylvester Paules
Father: David Ephraim Paules
Mother: Elizabeth Keller
Birth Date: 5 Aug 1860
State: PA
Country: USA [Keller and Hoyle Family of Western North Carolina.FTW]

Family Data Collection - Births
about Ottis Sylvester Paules
Name: Ottis Sylvester Paules
Father: David Ephraim Paules
Mother: Elizabeth Keller
Birth Date: 5 Aug 1860
State: PA
Country: USA. He was born on 5 August 1860 at Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of David Ephraim Paules and Elizabeth Keller.

Priscilla Jane Paules

F, b. 15 February 1868
Priscilla Jane Paules|b. 15 Feb 1868|p15.htm#i10833|David Ephraim Paules|b. 28 Aug 1835\nd. 27 Dec 1867|p15.htm#i10823|Elizabeth Keller|b. 4 Apr 1837\nd. 25 Mar 1911|p12.htm#i8398|||||||Peter Keller|b. 1 Oct 1801\nd. 8 Mar 1874|p12.htm#i8744|Saloma Will|b. 1803\nd. 4 Jan 1879|p20.htm#i14561|
     Priscilla Jane Paules [KELLER_AND_HOYLE_FAMILIES_OF_WESTERN_NORTH_CAROLINA.GED]

[Keller and Hoyle Families of W.ged]

Family Data Collection - Births
about Priscilla Jane Paules
Name: Priscilla Jane Paules
Father: David Ephraim Paules
Mother: Elizabeth Keller
Birth Date: 15 Feb 1868
State: PA
Country: USA [Keller and Hoyle Family of Western North Carolina.FTW]

Family Data Collection - Births
about Priscilla Jane Paules
Name: Priscilla Jane Paules
Father: David Ephraim Paules
Mother: Elizabeth Keller
Birth Date: 15 Feb 1868
State: PA
Country: USA. She was born on 15 February 1868 at Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of David Ephraim Paules and Elizabeth Keller.

Rebecca Paules

F, b. 24 December 1819
Rebecca Paules|b. 24 Dec 1819|p15.htm#i10834|Henry Paules|b. 17 Feb 1780\nd. 26 Nov 1864|p15.htm#i10827|Susanna Keller|b. 12 Jan 1783\nd. 25 Jun 1837|p12.htm#i8839|||||||Anthony Keller|b. 1745\nd. 1 Jan 1817|p12.htm#i8292|Maria E. Koeller|b. 1747|p13.htm#i9146|
     Rebecca Paules was born on 24 December 1819 at Windsor Twp, York, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Henry Paules and Susanna Keller.

Romanus Theophilus Paules

M, b. 21 December 1861, d. 4 September 1937
Romanus Theophilus Paules|b. 21 Dec 1861\nd. 4 Sep 1937|p15.htm#i10835|David Ephraim Paules|b. 28 Aug 1835\nd. 27 Dec 1867|p15.htm#i10823|Elizabeth Keller|b. 4 Apr 1837\nd. 25 Mar 1911|p12.htm#i8398|||||||Peter Keller|b. 1 Oct 1801\nd. 8 Mar 1874|p12.htm#i8744|Saloma Will|b. 1803\nd. 4 Jan 1879|p20.htm#i14561|
     Romanus Theophilus Paules [KELLER_AND_HOYLE_FAMILIES_OF_WESTERN_NORTH_CAROLINA.GED]

[Keller and Hoyle Families of W.ged]

Family Data Collection - Births
about Romanus Theophilus Paules
Name: Romanus Theophilus Paules
Father: David Ephraim Paules
Mother: Elizabeth Keller
Birth Date: 21 Dec 1861
City: Windsor
County: York
State: PA
Country: USA

Family Data Collection - Individual Records
about Romanus Theophilus Paules
Name: Romanus Theophilus Paules
Spouse: Emma Catharine Leber
Parents: David Ephraim Paules , Elizabeth Keller
Birth Place: York, Windsor Twp, PA
Birth Date: 21 Dec 1861
Marriage Date: 28 Jul 1890
Death Date: 4 Sep 1937

Source Citation: Birth year: 1861; Birth city: Windsor Twp; Birth state: PA.[Keller and Hoyle Family of Western North Carolina.FTW]

Family Data Collection - Births
about Romanus Theophilus Paules
Name: Romanus Theophilus Paules
Father: David Ephraim Paules
Mother: Elizabeth Keller
Birth Date: 21 Dec 1861
City: Windsor
County: York
State: PA
Country: USA

Family Data Collection - Individual Records
about Romanus Theophilus Paules
Name: Romanus Theophilus Paules
Spouse: Emma Catharine Leber
Parents: David Ephraim Paules , Elizabeth Keller
Birth Place: York, Windsor Twp, PA
Birth Date: 21 Dec 1861
Marriage Date: 28 Jul 1890
Death Date: 4 Sep 1937

Source Citation: Birth year: 1861; Birth city: Windsor Twp; Birth state: PA. He was born on 21 December 1861 at Windsor, York, Pennsylvania. He was the son of David Ephraim Paules and Elizabeth Keller. Romanus Theophilus Paules married Emma Catherine Leber on 28 July 1890.1 Romanus Theophilus Paules died on 4 September 1937 at age 75.

Citations

  1. [S138] Comp. Edmund West, Family Data Collection - Individual Records.

Sarah Paules

F, b. 26 December 1810
Sarah Paules|b. 26 Dec 1810|p15.htm#i10836|Henry Paules|b. 17 Feb 1780\nd. 26 Nov 1864|p15.htm#i10827|Susanna Keller|b. 12 Jan 1783\nd. 25 Jun 1837|p12.htm#i8839|||||||Anthony Keller|b. 1745\nd. 1 Jan 1817|p12.htm#i8292|Maria E. Koeller|b. 1747|p13.htm#i9146|
     Sarah Paules was born on 26 December 1810 at Windsor Twp, York, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Henry Paules and Susanna Keller.

Susan Paules

F, b. 26 December 1811
Susan Paules|b. 26 Dec 1811|p15.htm#i10837|Henry Paules|b. 17 Feb 1780\nd. 26 Nov 1864|p15.htm#i10827|Susanna Keller|b. 12 Jan 1783\nd. 25 Jun 1837|p12.htm#i8839|||||||Anthony Keller|b. 1745\nd. 1 Jan 1817|p12.htm#i8292|Maria E. Koeller|b. 1747|p13.htm#i9146|
     Her married name was Fauth. Susan Paules was born on 26 December 1811 at Windsor Twp, York, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Henry Paules and Susanna Keller. Susan Paules married Jacob Fauth on 29 November 1840.

Child of Susan Paules and Jacob Fauth

Thelma D Paules

F
Thelma D Paules||p15.htm#i10838|Maurice Paules|b. 1892|p15.htm#i10830|Nettie E Abel|b. Jul 1893|p1.htm#i222|||||||Peter C. Abel|b. 17 Nov 1871\nd. 27 May 1950|p1.htm#i240|Ida J. Ruby|b. 27 Nov 1871\nd. 31 May 1921|p16.htm#i11962|
     Thelma D Paules is the daughter of Maurice Paules and Nettie E Abel.

William E Paules

M
William E Paules||p15.htm#i10839|Maurice Paules|b. 1892|p15.htm#i10830|Nettie E Abel|b. Jul 1893|p1.htm#i222|||||||Peter C. Abel|b. 17 Nov 1871\nd. 27 May 1950|p1.htm#i240|Ida J. Ruby|b. 27 Nov 1871\nd. 31 May 1921|p16.htm#i11962|
     William E Paules is the son of Maurice Paules and Nettie E Abel.

(?) Pavia

F, b. 990
     (?) Pavia was born in 990.

Child of (?) Pavia and Otto Count of Vermandois

Hannah Payne

F, b. 1810, d. 1871
Hannah Payne|b. 1810\nd. 1871|p15.htm#i10841|Robert Payne|b. 20 Sep 1794\nd. 12 Apr 1859|p15.htm#i10842|Mary Baker|b. 1791\nd. Jun 1870|p1.htm#i641|Robert Paine|b. 1745\nd. 1805|p15.htm#i10704|Rachel Lord|b. 1750\nd. 1809|p13.htm#i9631|||||||
     Her married name was Keller. Hannah Payne was born in 1810 at Burke, North Carolina, USA. She was the daughter of Robert Payne and Mary Baker. Hannah Payne married Daniel Keller on 4 January 1827 at Burke County, North Carolina, USA. Hannah Payne died in 1871 at Caldwell County, North Carolina, USA.

Child of Hannah Payne and Daniel Keller

Robert Payne

M, b. 20 September 1794, d. 12 April 1859
Robert Payne|b. 20 Sep 1794\nd. 12 Apr 1859|p15.htm#i10842|Robert Paine|b. 1745\nd. 1805|p15.htm#i10704|Rachel Lord|b. 1750\nd. 1809|p13.htm#i9631|John Paine|b. 1705\nd. 20 Sep 1770|p15.htm#i10701|Frances Coleman|b. 2 Sep 1705\nd. 1783|p5.htm#i3392|||||||
     Robert Payne was born on 20 September 1794 at Burke County, North Carolina, USA. He was the son of Robert Paine and Rachel Lord. Robert Payne died on 12 April 1859 at Marion, Tennessee, USA, at age 64.

Child of Robert Payne and Mary Baker

Uknown Paynell1

F, b. 1225
     Uknown Paynell died at England.1 She was born in 1225 at Yorkshire, England.1

Child of Uknown Paynell and Robert Kelke

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Mary Lavinia Payseur1

F, b. 15 June 1867, d. 10 April 1942
Mary Lavinia Payseur|b. 15 Jun 1867\nd. 10 Apr 1942|p15.htm#i10844|Simon Peter Pasour|b. 28 Jun 1828\nd. 1 Dec 1909|p15.htm#i10811|Dianna Broom|b. 14 Mar 1833\nd. 27 Mar 1905|p4.htm#i2493|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|||||||
     Mary Lavinia Payseur was born on 15 June 1867 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Simon Peter Pasour and Dianna Broom. Mary Lavinia Payseur died on 10 April 1942 at Gaston Cty, North Carolina, USA, at age 74.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Adam Paysour

M, b. 1818
Adam Paysour|b. 1818|p15.htm#i10845|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Adam Paysour was born in 1818. He was the son of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Anne Paysour

F, b. 1819
Anne Paysour|b. 1819|p15.htm#i10846|George J Paysour|b. 1782|p15.htm#i10859|Elizabeth Wise||p20.htm#i14883|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Anne Paysour was born in 1819. She was the daughter of George J Paysour and Elizabeth Wise.

Anne Paysour

F, b. 1827, d. 5 August 1898
Anne Paysour|b. 1827\nd. 5 Aug 1898|p15.htm#i10847|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Peter Rhyne|b. Feb 1754\nd. 8 Jul 1828|p16.htm#i11738|Anne M. Wills|b. 27 Mar 1751\nd. 13 Jun 1854|p20.htm#i14781|
     Her married name was Garrison. Anne Paysour was born in 1827. She was born in 1827 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of David Paysour and Hannah Rhyne. Anne Paysour married William M Garrison in 1849 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 Anne Paysour died on 5 August 1898 at Dallas, North Carolina, USA.1

Children of Anne Paysour and William M Garrison

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Caleb Paysour

M, b. October 1823, d. 1900
Caleb Paysour|b. Oct 1823\nd. 1900|p15.htm#i10848|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Peter Rhyne|b. Feb 1754\nd. 8 Jul 1828|p16.htm#i11738|Anne M. Wills|b. 27 Mar 1751\nd. 13 Jun 1854|p20.htm#i14781|
     Caleb Paysour was born in October 1823 at Lincoln County. North Carolina, USA. He was the son of David Paysour and Hannah Rhyne. Caleb Paysour married Eliza Jane Jenkins on 14 April 1845 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 Caleb Paysour died in 1900 at Merrill Mtn, Marshall, Alabama, USA.1

Children of Caleb Paysour and Eliza Jane Jenkins

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Charlotte Paysour

F, b. 1828
Charlotte Paysour|b. 1828|p15.htm#i10849|Samuel Paysour|b. 1788|p15.htm#i10884|Mary Huffstetler||p11.htm#i7881|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Charlotte Paysour was born in 1828. She was the daughter of Samuel Paysour and Mary Huffstetler.

Daniel Paysour

M, b. 1784
Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|John G. Bashore|b. 1720\nd. 1818|p2.htm#i789|Elenora C. Hetzer|b. 28 Apr 1747\nd. 1765|p10.htm#i6760|Jacob Heyl|b. 29 Jan 1730\nd. 20 Jan 1761|p10.htm#i6771|Elizabeth Brooks|b. 1733\nd. 16 Jan 1779|p4.htm#i2471|
     Daniel Paysour was born in 1784. He was the son of George Paysour Jr and Hannah Hoyl. Daniel Paysour married Susannah Kiser, daughter of Adam Kiser and Sarah Bess, on 25 August 1814.

Children of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser

David Paysour

M, b. 20 March 1798, d. 13 May 1860
David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|John G. Bashore|b. 1720\nd. 1818|p2.htm#i789|Elenora C. Hetzer|b. 28 Apr 1747\nd. 1765|p10.htm#i6760|Jacob Heyl|b. 29 Jan 1730\nd. 20 Jan 1761|p10.htm#i6771|Elizabeth Brooks|b. 1733\nd. 16 Jan 1779|p4.htm#i2471|
     David Paysour was born in 1786. He was born on 20 March 1798 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of George Paysour Jr and Hannah Hoyl. David Paysour died on 13 May 1860 at Dallas, Gaston, North Carolina, USA, at age 62.1

Children of David Paysour and Hannah Rhyne

Citations

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Eli Paysour

M, b. 1827
Eli Paysour|b. 1827|p15.htm#i10852|John Paysour|b. 1790|p15.htm#i10866|Elizabeth Rhyne|b. 1800|p16.htm#i11583|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Michael Rhyne|b. 1775\nd. 11 Nov 1852|p16.htm#i11724|Barbara Hoyle|b. 1766\nd. 20 Jun 1831|p10.htm#i7424|
     Eli Paysour was born in 1827. He was the son of John Paysour and Elizabeth Rhyne.

Eli Paysour

M, b. 1834
Eli Paysour|b. 1834|p15.htm#i10853|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Peter Rhyne|b. Feb 1754\nd. 8 Jul 1828|p16.htm#i11738|Anne M. Wills|b. 27 Mar 1751\nd. 13 Jun 1854|p20.htm#i14781|
     Eli Paysour was born in 1834. He was the son of David Paysour and Hannah Rhyne.

Elizabeth Paysour

F, b. 1826
Elizabeth Paysour|b. 1826|p15.htm#i10854|Samuel Paysour|b. 1788|p15.htm#i10884|Mary Huffstetler||p11.htm#i7881|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Elizabeth Paysour was born in 1826. She was the daughter of Samuel Paysour and Mary Huffstetler.

Elizabeth Paysour

F, b. 1794
Elizabeth Paysour|b. 1794|p15.htm#i10855|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|John G. Bashore|b. 1720\nd. 1818|p2.htm#i789|Elenora C. Hetzer|b. 28 Apr 1747\nd. 1765|p10.htm#i6760|Jacob Heyl|b. 29 Jan 1730\nd. 20 Jan 1761|p10.htm#i6771|Elizabeth Brooks|b. 1733\nd. 16 Jan 1779|p4.htm#i2471|
     Her married name was Carpenter. Elizabeth Paysour was born in 1794. She was the daughter of George Paysour Jr and Hannah Hoyl. Elizabeth Paysour married Daniel Carpenter on 12 November 1809.

Children of Elizabeth Paysour and Daniel Carpenter

Ephraim Paysour

M, b. 1824, d. 3 May 1863
Ephraim Paysour|b. 1824\nd. 3 May 1863|p15.htm#i10856|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Peter Rhyne|b. Feb 1754\nd. 8 Jul 1828|p16.htm#i11738|Anne M. Wills|b. 27 Mar 1751\nd. 13 Jun 1854|p20.htm#i14781|
     Ephraim Paysour was born in 1824. He was born in 1824 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of David Paysour and Hannah Rhyne. Ephraim Paysour married Barbara Ann Rhyne on 19 September 1846 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 Ephraim Paysour died on 3 May 1863 at Chancellorsville, Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA.

Children of Ephraim Paysour and Barbara Ann Rhyne

Citations

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Felix Paysour

M, b. 1817
Felix Paysour|b. 1817|p15.htm#i10857|George J Paysour|b. 1782|p15.htm#i10859|Elizabeth Wise||p20.htm#i14883|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Felix Paysour was born in 1817. He was the son of George J Paysour and Elizabeth Wise.

George I. Paysour

M, b. 24 June 1835, d. 22 October 1910
George I. Paysour|b. 24 Jun 1835\nd. 22 Oct 1910|p15.htm#i10858|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Peter Rhyne|b. Feb 1754\nd. 8 Jul 1828|p16.htm#i11738|Anne M. Wills|b. 27 Mar 1751\nd. 13 Jun 1854|p20.htm#i14781|
     George I. Paysour was born in 1829. He was born on 24 June 1835 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of David Paysour and Hannah Rhyne. George I. Paysour married Emma Garrison on 21 June 1856.1 George I. Paysour married Vina Emeline Garrison on 24 June 1856 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 George I. Paysour died on 22 October 1910 at age 75.1

Citations

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George J Paysour

M, b. 1782
George J Paysour|b. 1782|p15.htm#i10859|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|John G. Bashore|b. 1720\nd. 1818|p2.htm#i789|Elenora C. Hetzer|b. 28 Apr 1747\nd. 1765|p10.htm#i6760|Jacob Heyl|b. 29 Jan 1730\nd. 20 Jan 1761|p10.htm#i6771|Elizabeth Brooks|b. 1733\nd. 16 Jan 1779|p4.htm#i2471|
     George J Paysour was born in 1782. He was the son of George Paysour Jr and Hannah Hoyl. George J Paysour married Elizabeth Wise on 28 February 1816.

Children of George J Paysour and Elizabeth Wise

George Paysour Jr

M, b. 1764, d. 29 November 1851
George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|John George Bashore|b. 1720\nd. 1818|p2.htm#i789|Elenora Charlotta Hetzer|b. 28 Apr 1747\nd. 1765|p10.htm#i6760|||||||||||||
     George Paysour Jr They were members of Philadelphia Lutheran Church, where he was one of the officers. They lived on the eastern slope of the hills known asPaysour Mountain.

Source: Elizabeth Hoyle Rucker. (1936). The Genealogy of Peiter Heyl and His Descendents. Shelby, North Carolina: Zolliecoffer Jenks Thompson. Reprinted by Higginson Book Company, Salem, Massachusetts. p 41. He was born in 1764 at Maryland, USA.1 He was the son of John George Bashore and Elenora Charlotta Hetzer. George Paysour Jr married Hannah Hoyl, daughter of Jacob Heyl and Elizabeth Brooks, in 1780 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 George Paysour Jr died on 20 November 1851 at North Carolina, USA. He died on 29 November 1851 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1

Children of George Paysour Jr and Hannah Hoyl

Citations

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Hannah Paysour

F, b. 1827
Hannah Paysour|b. 1827|p15.htm#i10861|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Hannah Paysour was born in 1827. She was the daughter of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Jacob Paysour

M, b. 1781
Jacob Paysour|b. 1781|p15.htm#i10862|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|John G. Bashore|b. 1720\nd. 1818|p2.htm#i789|Elenora C. Hetzer|b. 28 Apr 1747\nd. 1765|p10.htm#i6760|Jacob Heyl|b. 29 Jan 1730\nd. 20 Jan 1761|p10.htm#i6771|Elizabeth Brooks|b. 1733\nd. 16 Jan 1779|p4.htm#i2471|
     Jacob Paysour was born in 1781. He was the son of George Paysour Jr and Hannah Hoyl. Jacob Paysour married Margaret Kiser on 4 October 1810. Jacob Paysour married Margaret Kiser on 4 October 1810.

Children of Jacob Paysour and Margaret Kiser

Jacob Paysour

M, b. 1817
Jacob Paysour|b. 1817|p15.htm#i10863|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Jacob Paysour was born in 1817. He was the son of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Jacob II Paysour

M, b. 1813
Jacob II Paysour|b. 1813|p15.htm#i10864|Jacob Paysour|b. 1781|p15.htm#i10862|Margaret Kiser||p13.htm#i9079|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Jacob II Paysour was born in 1813. He was the son of Jacob Paysour and Margaret Kiser.

John Paysour

M, b. 1824
John Paysour|b. 1824|p15.htm#i10865|Samuel Paysour|b. 1788|p15.htm#i10884|Mary Huffstetler||p11.htm#i7881|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     John Paysour was born in 1824. He was the son of Samuel Paysour and Mary Huffstetler.

John Paysour

M, b. 1790
John Paysour|b. 1790|p15.htm#i10866|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|John G. Bashore|b. 1720\nd. 1818|p2.htm#i789|Elenora C. Hetzer|b. 28 Apr 1747\nd. 1765|p10.htm#i6760|Jacob Heyl|b. 29 Jan 1730\nd. 20 Jan 1761|p10.htm#i6771|Elizabeth Brooks|b. 1733\nd. 16 Jan 1779|p4.htm#i2471|
     John Paysour was born in 1790. He was the son of George Paysour Jr and Hannah Hoyl. John Paysour married Elizabeth Rhyne, daughter of Michael Rhyne and Barbara Hoyle, on 30 September 1826.

Child of John Paysour and Elizabeth Rhyne

John Paysour

M, b. 1832
John Paysour|b. 1832|p15.htm#i10867|David Paysour|b. 20 Mar 1798\nd. 13 May 1860|p15.htm#i10851|Hannah Rhyne|b. 1 Jun 1803\nd. 28 Dec 1883|p16.htm#i11626|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Peter Rhyne|b. Feb 1754\nd. 8 Jul 1828|p16.htm#i11738|Anne M. Wills|b. 27 Mar 1751\nd. 13 Jun 1854|p20.htm#i14781|
     John Paysour was born in 1832. He was the son of David Paysour and Hannah Rhyne.

Jonas Paysour

M, b. 1815
Jonas Paysour|b. 1815|p15.htm#i10868|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Jonas Paysour was born in 1815. He was the son of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Katherine Paysour

F, b. 1830
Katherine Paysour|b. 1830|p15.htm#i10869|Samuel Paysour|b. 1788|p15.htm#i10884|Mary Huffstetler||p11.htm#i7881|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Katherine Paysour was born in 1830. She was the daughter of Samuel Paysour and Mary Huffstetler.

Katherine Paysour

F, b. 1825
Katherine Paysour|b. 1825|p15.htm#i10870|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Katherine Paysour was born in 1825. She was the daughter of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Katherine Paysour

F, b. 1815
Katherine Paysour|b. 1815|p15.htm#i10871|Jacob Paysour|b. 1781|p15.htm#i10862|Margaret Kiser||p13.htm#i9079|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Katherine Paysour was born in 1815. She was the daughter of Jacob Paysour and Margaret Kiser.

Levi Paysour

M, b. 1825
Levi Paysour|b. 1825|p15.htm#i10872|George J Paysour|b. 1782|p15.htm#i10859|Elizabeth Wise||p20.htm#i14883|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Levi Paysour was born in 1825. He was the son of George J Paysour and Elizabeth Wise.

Manassah Paysour

M, b. 1811
Manassah Paysour|b. 1811|p15.htm#i10873|Jacob Paysour|b. 1781|p15.htm#i10862|Margaret Kiser||p13.htm#i9079|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Manassah Paysour was born in 1811. He was the son of Jacob Paysour and Margaret Kiser.

Margaret Paysour

F, b. 1823
Margaret Paysour|b. 1823|p15.htm#i10874|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Margaret Paysour was born in 1823. She was the daughter of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Martha Rebecca Paysour

F, b. 1832
Martha Rebecca Paysour|b. 1832|p15.htm#i10875|Samuel Paysour|b. 1788|p15.htm#i10884|Mary Huffstetler||p11.htm#i7881|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Martha Rebecca Paysour was born in 1832. She was the daughter of Samuel Paysour and Mary Huffstetler.

Mary Paysour

F, b. 1829
Mary Paysour|b. 1829|p15.htm#i10876|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Mary Paysour was born in 1829. She was the daughter of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Mary M. Paysour

F, b. 1792
Mary M. Paysour|b. 1792|p15.htm#i10877|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|John G. Bashore|b. 1720\nd. 1818|p2.htm#i789|Elenora C. Hetzer|b. 28 Apr 1747\nd. 1765|p10.htm#i6760|Jacob Heyl|b. 29 Jan 1730\nd. 20 Jan 1761|p10.htm#i6771|Elizabeth Brooks|b. 1733\nd. 16 Jan 1779|p4.htm#i2471|
     Her married name was Kiser. Mary M. Paysour was born in 1792. She was the daughter of George Paysour Jr and Hannah Hoyl. Mary M. Paysour married John Kiser on 21 January 1822. Mary M. Paysour married John Kiser on 21 January 1822.

Children of Mary M. Paysour and John Kiser

Michael Paysour

M, b. 1819
Michael Paysour|b. 1819|p15.htm#i10878|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Michael Paysour was born in 1819. He was the son of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Philip H. Paysour

M, b. 1823
Philip H. Paysour|b. 1823|p15.htm#i10879|George J Paysour|b. 1782|p15.htm#i10859|Elizabeth Wise||p20.htm#i14883|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Philip H. Paysour was born in 1823. He was the son of George J Paysour and Elizabeth Wise.

Polly Paysour1

F
     Polly Paysour married John Kiser, son of Adam Kiser and Sarah Bess, on 1 January 1822 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1

Child of Polly Paysour and John Kiser

Citations

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Rachel Paysour

F, b. 1823
Rachel Paysour|b. 1823|p15.htm#i10881|Samuel Paysour|b. 1788|p15.htm#i10884|Mary Huffstetler||p11.htm#i7881|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Rachel Paysour was born in 1823. She was the daughter of Samuel Paysour and Mary Huffstetler.

Rebecca Paysour

F, b. 1821
Rebecca Paysour|b. 1821|p15.htm#i10882|George J Paysour|b. 1782|p15.htm#i10859|Elizabeth Wise||p20.htm#i14883|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Rebecca Paysour was born in 1821. She was the daughter of George J Paysour and Elizabeth Wise.

Samuel Paysour

M, b. 1816
Samuel Paysour|b. 1816|p15.htm#i10883|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Samuel Paysour was born in 1816. He was the son of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Samuel Paysour

M, b. 1788
Samuel Paysour|b. 1788|p15.htm#i10884|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|John G. Bashore|b. 1720\nd. 1818|p2.htm#i789|Elenora C. Hetzer|b. 28 Apr 1747\nd. 1765|p10.htm#i6760|Jacob Heyl|b. 29 Jan 1730\nd. 20 Jan 1761|p10.htm#i6771|Elizabeth Brooks|b. 1733\nd. 16 Jan 1779|p4.htm#i2471|
     Samuel Paysour was born in 1788. He was the son of George Paysour Jr and Hannah Hoyl. Samuel Paysour married Mary Huffstetler in 1822.

Children of Samuel Paysour and Mary Huffstetler

Sarah Paysour

F, b. 1821
Sarah Paysour|b. 1821|p15.htm#i10885|Daniel Paysour|b. 1784|p15.htm#i10850|Susannah Kiser|b. 25 Oct 1796\nd. 25 Jun 1870|p13.htm#i9100|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|Adam Kiser|b. 1755\nd. Apr 1833|p13.htm#i9035|Sarah Bess|b. 1764\nd. 15 Nov 1834|p3.htm#i1689|
     Sarah Paysour was born in 1821. She was the daughter of Daniel Paysour and Susannah Kiser.

Sarah Paysour

F, b. 1834
Sarah Paysour|b. 1834|p15.htm#i10886|Samuel Paysour|b. 1788|p15.htm#i10884|Mary Huffstetler||p11.htm#i7881|George Paysour Jr|b. 1764\nd. 29 Nov 1851|p15.htm#i10860|Hannah Hoyl|b. 1759\nd. 12 Jan 1844|p10.htm#i7313|||||||
     Sarah Paysour was born in 1834. She was the daughter of Samuel Paysour and Mary Huffstetler.

Amanda Paysoure

F

Child of Amanda Paysoure and William Columbus Murphy

Demarcus Payton

M, b. March 1804, d. 9 December 1846
     Demarcus Payton was born in March 1804 at Washington County, KY. He married Christina Cotner, daughter of John Cotner and Mary Ann (Polly) Keller, on 12 February 1829 at Harrison, Indiana. Demarcus Payton died on 9 December 1846 at Harrison Co., Indiana, at age 42.

Dorotha Theodocia Payton

F, b. 23 December 1799, d. 1861
     Her married name was Keller. Dorotha Theodocia Payton was born on 23 December 1799 at Lincoln Co., KY. She married Anthony H Keller, son of Johannes Keller and Jerusha Barrett, on 19 October 1824 at Harrison, In.1 Dorotha Theodocia Payton died in 1861 at Georgetown Township, Eldorado, California.

Children of Dorotha Theodocia Payton and Anthony H Keller

Citations

  1. [S138] Comp. Edmund West, Family Data Collection - Individual Records.

Edgar The Peaceful1

M, b. 943, d. 8 July 975
Edgar The Peaceful|b. 943\nd. 8 Jul 975|p15.htm#i10890|Edmund I King of England|b. 921\nd. 946|p7.htm#i5081|(?) Ælfgifu||p1.htm#i602|Edward t. E. K. o. England|b. 871\nd. 17 Jul 924|p7.htm#i5082|(?) Edgiva|b. 896\nd. 968|p7.htm#i4973|||||||
     Edgar The Peaceful King Edgar, also known as Edgar the Peaceful (c. 943 or 944 - July 8,975) was the younger son of Edmund I of England. His cognomen, 'the Peaceable', was not necessarily a comment on the deeds of his life, forhe was a strong leader, shown by the seizure of the Northumbrian and Mercian kingdoms from his older brother, Edwy, in 958. Edgar was held to be king north of the Thames by a conclave of his nobles, and the aspirational ruler set himself to succeed to the English throne. With Edwy's death in October 959, Edgar immediately recalled Dunstan (eventually canonised as St. Dunstan) from exile to have him made Bishop of Worcester (and the Bishop of London after, and finally the Archbishop ofCanterbury). The allegation Dunstan at first refused to crown Edgar because of disapproval for his way of life is a discreet reference in popular histories to Edgar's mistress[citation needed], Wulfthryth (later a nun at Wilton), who bore him a daughter Eadgyth. Dunstan remainedEdgar's advisor throughout his reign.

Edgar's reign was a peaceful one, and it is probably fair to say thatit saw the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of England at its height. Although thepolitical unity of England was the achievement of his predecessors, it was Edgar who saw to its consolidation. By the end of Edgar's reignthere was practically no likelihood of any recession back to its state of rival kingships, and the division of its domains.

The Monastic Reform Movement that restored the Benedictine Rule to England's undisciplined monastic communities saw its height during the time of Dunstan, Aethelwold and Oswald. However, the extent and importance of the movement is still debated amongst academics.

Edgar was crowned at Bath, but not until 973, in an imperial ceremonyplanned not as the initiation, but as the culmination of his reign (amove that must have taken a great deal of preliminary diplomacy). This service, devised by Dunstan himself and celebrated with a poem in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle forms the basis of the present-day British coronation ceremony. The symbolic coronation was an important step; other kings of Britain came and gave their allegiance to Edgar shortly afterwards at Chester. Six kings in Britain, including the kings of Scotland and of Strathclyde, pledged their faith that they would be the king's liege-men on sea and land. Later chroniclers made the kings into eight, all plying the oars of Edgar's state barge on the River Dee. Such embellishments may not be factual, but the main outlines of the 'submission at Chester' appear true.

Edgar had several children. He died on July 8, 975 at Winchester, andwas buried at Glastonbury Abbey. He left two sons, the eldest named Edward, the son of his first wife Ethelfleda (not to be confused with Ethelfleda, Lady of the Mercians), and Ethelred, the youngest, the child of his second wife Ælfthryth. He was succeeded by his eldest son, Edward.

From Edgar’s death to the Norman Conquest there was not a single succession to the throne that was not contested. Although perhaps a simplification, Edgar’s death did seem to be the beginning of the end for Anglo-Saxon England that resulted in three 11th century successful conquests, two Danish and one Norman.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgar_of_England. He was born in 943 at Wessex, England.1 He was the son of Edmund I King of England and (?) Ælfgifu. Edgar The Peaceful died on 8 July 975 at Wessex, England.1

Child of Edgar The Peaceful and Elfthryth Queen Of England

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Harley Pearson1

M, b. 19 March 1885
     Harley Pearson was born on 19 March 1885 at Clarinda, Iowa Page.1 He married Ulhma S Miller, daughter of James Renwick Miller and Mary Elizabeth Beery, on 26 December 1916 at Maryville, Missouri, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Elizabeth Pearsons

F

Children of Elizabeth Pearsons and Wayne D. Keller

Elizabeth 'Beth' Pearsons1

F
     Elizabeth 'Beth' Pearsons married William Albert Calton, son of Aubrey Lolan Calton and Hattie Tululah Crowder, on 30 June 1962.1

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Alfred Graves Peeler1

M, b. 25 December 1825, d. 31 March 1899
Alfred Graves Peeler|b. 25 Dec 1825\nd. 31 Mar 1899|p15.htm#i10894|Barnabas Peeler|b. 11 Oct 1790\nd. 23 Oct 1845|p15.htm#i10900|Sarah Sallie Hoyle|b. 20 Sep 1789\nd. 1845|p11.htm#i7699|Peter Peeler|b. 1764\nd. Jan 1813|p15.htm#i10959|Elizabeth March|b. 1762\nd. 26 Nov 1853|p14.htm#i9764|John Hoyle|b. 1 Jun 1740\nd. 4 Sep 1822|p11.htm#i7545|Margaret R. Costner|b. 7 May 1745\nd. 19 Nov 1821|p5.htm#i3603|
     Alfred Graves Peeler was also known as Alfred Graves Peeler. He was born on 25 December 1825.1 He was the son of Barnabas Peeler and Sarah Sallie Hoyle. Alfred Graves Peeler died on 31 March 1899 at age 73.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Amanda A. Peeler1

F
Amanda A. Peeler||p15.htm#i10895|John Henry Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Bartlett Crowder|b. 20 Mar 1806\nd. 1880|p6.htm#i3881|Mary Brown|b. 1805\nd. 1871|p4.htm#i2529|
     Amanda A. Peeler is the daughter of John Henry Peeler and Elizabeth Crowder.

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Andrew Peeler

M, b. 30 January 1819
Andrew Peeler|b. 30 Jan 1819|p15.htm#i10896|Barnabas Peeler|b. 11 Oct 1790\nd. 23 Oct 1845|p15.htm#i10900|Sarah Sallie Hoyle|b. 20 Sep 1789\nd. 1845|p11.htm#i7699|Peter Peeler|b. 1764\nd. Jan 1813|p15.htm#i10959|Elizabeth March|b. 1762\nd. 26 Nov 1853|p14.htm#i9764|John Hoyle|b. 1 Jun 1740\nd. 4 Sep 1822|p11.htm#i7545|Margaret R. Costner|b. 7 May 1745\nd. 19 Nov 1821|p5.htm#i3603|
     Andrew Peeler was born on 30 January 1819. He was born on 30 January 1819.1 He was born on 30 January 1819.1 He was the son of Barnabas Peeler and Sarah Sallie Hoyle.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Andrew Peeler1

M, b. 1770, d. 8 July 1839
Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Michael Peeler|b. 9 Aug 1740\nd. 10 Mar 1807|p15.htm#i10951|Margaret Redwine|b. 18 Feb 1745\nd. 1807|p16.htm#i11411|||||||||||||
     Andrew Peeler was also known as Andrew Peeler. He was born in 1770 at Granville County, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Michael Peeler and Margaret Redwine. Andrew Peeler married Anna Carpenter on 15 April 1800 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA. Andrew Peeler married Elizabeth Carpenter, daughter of Hans Zimmerman and Sarah Salome Ruffner, on 15 April 1800. Andrew Peeler died on 8 July 1839 at Rutherfordton, Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA.1

Children of Andrew Peeler and Elizabeth Carpenter

Child of Andrew Peeler and Anna Carpenter

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Andrew Jackson Peeler1

M, b. 9 September 1833, d. 3 June 1911
Andrew Jackson Peeler|b. 9 Sep 1833\nd. 3 Jun 1911|p15.htm#i10898|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Henry London|b. 1780\nd. 26 May 1850|p13.htm#i9612|Mary Elam|b. 1779\nd. 17 May 1860|p7.htm#i5013|
     Andrew Jackson Peeler was also known as Andrew Jackson Peeler.1 He was born on 9 September 1833.1 He was born on 9 September 1833.1 He was the son of David Peeler and Elizabeth London. Andrew Jackson Peeler died on 3 June 1911 at age 77.1 He died on 3 June 1911 at age 77.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Annie M Peeler1

F
Annie M Peeler||p15.htm#i10899|George M. Peeler|b. 1 Sep 1884\nd. Dec 1975|p15.htm#i10925|Cora Lee Eads|b. 27 Jan 1892\nd. 13 Dec 1969|p7.htm#i4936|John H. Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|||||||
     Annie M Peeler is the daughter of George M. Peeler and Cora Lee Eads.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Barnabas Peeler1

M, b. 11 October 1790, d. 23 October 1845
Barnabas Peeler|b. 11 Oct 1790\nd. 23 Oct 1845|p15.htm#i10900|Peter Peeler|b. 1764\nd. Jan 1813|p15.htm#i10959|Elizabeth March|b. 1762\nd. 26 Nov 1853|p14.htm#i9764|||||||||||||
     Barnabas Peeler was also known as Barnabus Peeler. He was born on 11 October 1790. He was born on 11 October 1790 at Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA. He was born on 11 October 1790 at Rutherford, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Peter Peeler and Elizabeth March. Barnabas Peeler married Sarah Sallie Hoyle, daughter of John Hoyle and Margaret Rebecca Costner, on 7 May 1815. Barnabas Peeler died on 23 October 1845 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA, at age 55.1

Children of Barnabas Peeler and Sarah Sallie Hoyle

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Clarence W Peeler1

M
Clarence W Peeler||p15.htm#i10901|George M. Peeler|b. 1 Sep 1884\nd. Dec 1975|p15.htm#i10925|Cora Lee Eads|b. 27 Jan 1892\nd. 13 Dec 1969|p7.htm#i4936|John H. Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|||||||
     Clarence W Peeler is the son of George M. Peeler and Cora Lee Eads.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Claude P Peeler1

M, b. 27 April 1886
Claude P Peeler|b. 27 Apr 1886|p15.htm#i10902|Doctor Miles Peeler|b. 30 Jul 1856\nd. 16 Nov 1932|p15.htm#i10910|Armanda Jane Queen|b. 24 Dec 1859\nd. 9 May 1928|p15.htm#i11218|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth Ledford|b. 1829\nd. 12 Jun 1899|p13.htm#i9352|Joseph Queen|b. 1840\nd. 1901|p15.htm#i11225|(?) Margaret||p14.htm#i9769|
     Claude P Peeler was born on 27 April 1886.1 He was the son of Doctor Miles Peeler and Armanda Jane Queen.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Clyde Clayton Peeler1

M, b. 28 December 1917, d. 13 April 1997
     Clyde Clayton Peeler was born on 28 December 1917 at Cherokee, South Carolina, USA.1 He died on 13 April 1997 at South Carolina, USA, at age 79.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Cordelia Peeler

F, b. 1893
Cordelia Peeler|b. 1893|p15.htm#i10904|George Peeler|b. 8 Feb 1851\nd. 20 Sep 1941|p15.htm#i10923|Martha Willis|b. 14 Feb 1860\nd. 1 Sep 1931|p20.htm#i14710|John H. Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Freeman Willis|b. 1825\nd. 17 Jul 1863|p20.htm#i14639|Elizabeth J. Black|b. 1835|p3.htm#i1945|
     Cordelia Peeler was born in 1893 at North Carolina, USA. She was the daughter of George Peeler and Martha Willis.

Daniel Richard Peeler1

M, b. 27 May 1852, d. 14 September 1935
Daniel Richard Peeler|b. 27 May 1852\nd. 14 Sep 1935|p15.htm#i10905|John Henry Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Anna Carpenter|b. 1779\nd. 1855|p4.htm#i2792|||||||
     Daniel Richard Peeler was born on 27 May 1852 at North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of John Henry Peeler and Nancy Gibson. Daniel Richard Peeler died on 14 September 1935 at age 83.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

David Peeler1

M, b. 11 January 1807, d. 30 July 1888
David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Michael Peeler|b. 9 Aug 1740\nd. 10 Mar 1807|p15.htm#i10951|Margaret Redwine|b. 18 Feb 1745\nd. 1807|p16.htm#i11411|Hans Zimmerman|b. 1702\nd. 10 Jun 1794|p21.htm#i15019|Sarah S. Ruffner|b. 1705\nd. 1800|p17.htm#i12148|
     David Peeler was born on 11 January 1807 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA.1 He was born on 11 January 1807 at Cleveland County, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Andrew Peeler and Elizabeth Carpenter. David Peeler married Elizabeth London, daughter of Henry London and Mary Elam, on 12 April 1825. David Peeler married Elizabeth Ledford, daughter of Isaac Ledford, in 1847. David Peeler died on 30 July 1888 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA, at age 81.1 He died on 30 July 1888 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA, at age 81.1

Children of David Peeler and Elizabeth London

Children of David Peeler and Elizabeth Ledford

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

David Crockett Peeler1

M, b. 26 February 1843, d. 11 March 1902
David Crockett Peeler|b. 26 Feb 1843\nd. 11 Mar 1902|p15.htm#i10907|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Henry London|b. 1780\nd. 26 May 1850|p13.htm#i9612|Mary Elam|b. 1779\nd. 17 May 1860|p7.htm#i5013|
     David Crockett Peeler was also known as David Crockett Peeler.1 He was born on 26 February 1843.1 He was born on 26 February 1843.1 He was the son of David Peeler and Elizabeth London. David Crockett Peeler died on 11 March 1902 at age 59.1 He died on 11 March 1902 at age 59.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

David Hoyl Peeler

M, b. 7 May 1824
David Hoyl Peeler|b. 7 May 1824|p15.htm#i10908|Barnabas Peeler|b. 11 Oct 1790\nd. 23 Oct 1845|p15.htm#i10900|Sarah Sallie Hoyle|b. 20 Sep 1789\nd. 1845|p11.htm#i7699|Peter Peeler|b. 1764\nd. Jan 1813|p15.htm#i10959|Elizabeth March|b. 1762\nd. 26 Nov 1853|p14.htm#i9764|John Hoyle|b. 1 Jun 1740\nd. 4 Sep 1822|p11.htm#i7545|Margaret R. Costner|b. 7 May 1745\nd. 19 Nov 1821|p5.htm#i3603|
     David Hoyl Peeler was born on 7 May 1824. He was the son of Barnabas Peeler and Sarah Sallie Hoyle.

David Peter Peeler1

M, b. 23 December 1839, d. 4 July 1916
David Peter Peeler|b. 23 Dec 1839\nd. 4 Jul 1916|p15.htm#i10909|John Henry Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Anna Carpenter|b. 1779\nd. 1855|p4.htm#i2792|||||||
     David Peter Peeler was born on 23 December 1839 at North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of John Henry Peeler and Nancy Gibson. David Peter Peeler died on 4 July 1916 at Lincolnton, Lincoln, North Carolina, USA, at age 76.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Doctor Miles Peeler1

M, b. 30 July 1856, d. 16 November 1932
Doctor Miles Peeler|b. 30 Jul 1856\nd. 16 Nov 1932|p15.htm#i10910|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth Ledford|b. 1829\nd. 12 Jun 1899|p13.htm#i9352|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Isaac Ledford|b. 1799\nd. 1820|p13.htm#i9355||||
     Doctor Miles Peeler was also known as Doctor Miles Peeler.1 He was born on 30 July 1856 at North Carolina, USA.1 He was born on 30 July 1856 at North Carolina, USA.1,2 He was the son of David Peeler and Elizabeth Ledford. Doctor Miles Peeler married Armanda Jane Queen, daughter of Joseph Queen and (?) Margaret, in 1878 at Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA. Doctor Miles Peeler died on 16 November 1932 at Cherokee, South Carolina, USA, at age 76.1 He died on 16 November 1932 at Cherokee, South Carolina, USA, at age 76.1,2

Children of Doctor Miles Peeler and Armanda Jane Queen

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..
  2. [S137] Ancestry.com, South Carolina Death Index, 1915-1949, Database online..

Eddie Peeler1

M, b. 18 January 1887
Eddie Peeler|b. 18 Jan 1887|p15.htm#i10911|Doctor Miles Peeler|b. 30 Jul 1856\nd. 16 Nov 1932|p15.htm#i10910|Armanda Jane Queen|b. 24 Dec 1859\nd. 9 May 1928|p15.htm#i11218|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth Ledford|b. 1829\nd. 12 Jun 1899|p13.htm#i9352|Joseph Queen|b. 1840\nd. 1901|p15.htm#i11225|(?) Margaret||p14.htm#i9769|
     Eddie Peeler was born on 18 January 1887.1 He was the son of Doctor Miles Peeler and Armanda Jane Queen.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Edley Peeler1

M, b. 18 January 1881
Edley Peeler|b. 18 Jan 1881|p15.htm#i10912|Doctor Miles Peeler|b. 30 Jul 1856\nd. 16 Nov 1932|p15.htm#i10910|Armanda Jane Queen|b. 24 Dec 1859\nd. 9 May 1928|p15.htm#i11218|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth Ledford|b. 1829\nd. 12 Jun 1899|p13.htm#i9352|Joseph Queen|b. 1840\nd. 1901|p15.htm#i11225|(?) Margaret||p14.htm#i9769|
     Edley Peeler was born on 18 January 1881.1 He was the son of Doctor Miles Peeler and Armanda Jane Queen.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Effie Peeler1

F, b. 13 March 1883
Effie Peeler|b. 13 Mar 1883|p15.htm#i10913|Doctor Miles Peeler|b. 30 Jul 1856\nd. 16 Nov 1932|p15.htm#i10910|Armanda Jane Queen|b. 24 Dec 1859\nd. 9 May 1928|p15.htm#i11218|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth Ledford|b. 1829\nd. 12 Jun 1899|p13.htm#i9352|Joseph Queen|b. 1840\nd. 1901|p15.htm#i11225|(?) Margaret||p14.htm#i9769|
     Effie Peeler was born on 13 March 1883.1 She was the daughter of Doctor Miles Peeler and Armanda Jane Queen.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Elizabeth Peeler1

F, b. 20 April 1822
Elizabeth Peeler|b. 20 Apr 1822|p15.htm#i10914|Barnabas Peeler|b. 11 Oct 1790\nd. 23 Oct 1845|p15.htm#i10900|Sarah Sallie Hoyle|b. 20 Sep 1789\nd. 1845|p11.htm#i7699|Peter Peeler|b. 1764\nd. Jan 1813|p15.htm#i10959|Elizabeth March|b. 1762\nd. 26 Nov 1853|p14.htm#i9764|John Hoyle|b. 1 Jun 1740\nd. 4 Sep 1822|p11.htm#i7545|Margaret R. Costner|b. 7 May 1745\nd. 19 Nov 1821|p5.htm#i3603|
     Elizabeth Peeler was born on 20 April 1822. She was born on 20 April 1822.1 She was the daughter of Barnabas Peeler and Sarah Sallie Hoyle.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Elizabeth Peeler

F, b. 1801
Elizabeth Peeler|b. 1801|p15.htm#i10915|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Michael Peeler|b. 9 Aug 1740\nd. 10 Mar 1807|p15.htm#i10951|Margaret Redwine|b. 18 Feb 1745\nd. 1807|p16.htm#i11411|Hans Zimmerman|b. 1702\nd. 10 Jun 1794|p21.htm#i15019|Sarah S. Ruffner|b. 1705\nd. 1800|p17.htm#i12148|
     Elizabeth Peeler was born in 1801 at North Carolina, USA. She was the daughter of Andrew Peeler and Elizabeth Carpenter.

Elizabeth Peeler1

F, b. 1856, d. 2 June 1931
Elizabeth Peeler|b. 1856\nd. 2 Jun 1931|p15.htm#i10916|John Henry Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Anna Carpenter|b. 1779\nd. 1855|p4.htm#i2792|||||||
     Elizabeth Peeler was born in 1856.1 She was the daughter of John Henry Peeler and Nancy Gibson. Elizabeth Peeler died on 2 June 1931.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Elizabeth Peeler1

F, b. 29 April 1839
Elizabeth Peeler|b. 29 Apr 1839|p15.htm#i10917|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Henry London|b. 1780\nd. 26 May 1850|p13.htm#i9612|Mary Elam|b. 1779\nd. 17 May 1860|p7.htm#i5013|
     Elizabeth Peeler was also known as Elizabeth Peeler.1 She was born on 29 April 1839.1 She was born on 29 April 1839.1 She was the daughter of David Peeler and Elizabeth London.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Emma Peeler1,2,3,4

F, b. 13 May 1885, d. 9 January 1964
Emma Peeler|b. 13 May 1885\nd. 9 Jan 1964|p15.htm#i10918|George Peeler|b. 8 Feb 1851\nd. 20 Sep 1941|p15.htm#i10923|Martha Willis|b. 14 Feb 1860\nd. 1 Sep 1931|p20.htm#i14710|John H. Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Freeman Willis|b. 1825\nd. 17 Jul 1863|p20.htm#i14639|Elizabeth J. Black|b. 1835|p3.htm#i1945|
     Emma Peeler Burial: St. Peter's UMC, Cleveland County, North Carolina, USA. This cemetery is on the west side of Highway NC 18 about 4 to 5 miles northof Fallston, NC. Her married name was Hoyle. She was born in 1885 at North Carolina, USA. She was born on 13 May 1885 at North Carolina, USA.2,3,5 She was the daughter of George Peeler and Martha Willis. Emma Peeler lived in 1900 at Double Shoals, Cleveland, North Carolina.3 She married Willis Durant Hoyle, son of David A. Hoyle and Elizabeth Boyles, in 1903 at North Carolina, USA. Emma Peeler lived in 1910 at Township 9, Cleveland, North Carolina.2 She lived in 1910 at Township 9, Cleveland, North Carolina.5 She died on 9 January 1964 at Lawndale, Cleveland, North Carolina, at age 78.4 She died on 9 January 1964 at Lawndale, North Carolina, at age 78.1 She died on 9 January 1964 at Lawndale, Cleveland, North Carolina, United States of America, at age 78.

Citations

  1. [S17] Ancestry.com, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Source: ; Certificate: ..
  2. [S14] Ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census, Year: 1910; Census Place: Township 9, Cleveland, North Carolina; Roll: T624_1103; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 49; Image: 505..
  3. [S13] Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census, Year: 1900; Census Place: Double Shoals, Cleveland, North Carolina; Roll: T623 1189; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 62..
  4. [S19] Ancestry.com, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Database online..
  5. [S2] Ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census, Database online. Township 9, Cleveland, North Carolina, ED , roll T624_1103, part , page ..

Fannie Ella Peeler1

F
Fannie Ella Peeler||p15.htm#i10919|John Coon Peeler|b. 1844\nd. 7 Mar 1919|p15.htm#i10932|Frances Elizabeth Crowder|b. 6 Mar 1850\nd. 5 Jun 1919|p6.htm#i3919|John H. Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Cassay L. Hastings|b. 1844\nd. 1868|p9.htm#i6522|Bartlett Crowder|b. 20 Mar 1806\nd. 1880|p6.htm#i3881|Mary Brown|b. 1805\nd. 1871|p4.htm#i2529|
     Fannie Ella Peeler is the daughter of John Coon Peeler and Frances Elizabeth Crowder.

Child of Fannie Ella Peeler and Solomon John Adolphus Rudasill

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Frances Peeler1

F, b. 20 May 1820
Frances Peeler|b. 20 May 1820|p15.htm#i10920|Barnabas Peeler|b. 11 Oct 1790\nd. 23 Oct 1845|p15.htm#i10900|Sarah Sallie Hoyle|b. 20 Sep 1789\nd. 1845|p11.htm#i7699|Peter Peeler|b. 1764\nd. Jan 1813|p15.htm#i10959|Elizabeth March|b. 1762\nd. 26 Nov 1853|p14.htm#i9764|John Hoyle|b. 1 Jun 1740\nd. 4 Sep 1822|p11.htm#i7545|Margaret R. Costner|b. 7 May 1745\nd. 19 Nov 1821|p5.htm#i3603|
     Frances Peeler was also known as Frances Peeler. She was born on 3 May 1820. She was born on 3 May 1820.1 She was born on 20 May 1820.1 She was the daughter of Barnabas Peeler and Sarah Sallie Hoyle.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Frances G Peeler1

F, b. 1835
Frances G Peeler|b. 1835|p15.htm#i10921|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Henry London|b. 1780\nd. 26 May 1850|p13.htm#i9612|Mary Elam|b. 1779\nd. 17 May 1860|p7.htm#i5013|
     Frances G Peeler was also known as Frances G Peeler.1 She was born in 1835.1 She was born in 1835.1 She was the daughter of David Peeler and Elizabeth London.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Francis Peeler1

M, b. May 1838
Francis Peeler|b. May 1838|p15.htm#i10922|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Henry London|b. 1780\nd. 26 May 1850|p13.htm#i9612|Mary Elam|b. 1779\nd. 17 May 1860|p7.htm#i5013|
     Francis Peeler was also known as Francis Peeler.1 He was born in May 1838.1 He was the son of David Peeler and Elizabeth London.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

George Peeler1,2,3,4,5,6

M, b. 8 February 1851, d. 20 September 1941
George Peeler|b. 8 Feb 1851\nd. 20 Sep 1941|p15.htm#i10923|John Henry Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Anna Carpenter|b. 1779\nd. 1855|p4.htm#i2792|||||||
     George Peeler was also known as George Peeler.7 George Peeler was also known as George Peeler.8 George Peeler was also known as George Peeler.7 He was born on 8 February 1851.7,8,1,2,3,4,5,6 He was the son of John Henry Peeler and Nancy Gibson. George Peeler lived in 1870 at Township 9, Cleveland, North Carolina.6 He died on 20 September 1941 at age 90.1 He died on 20 September 1941 at age 90.7 He died on 20 September 1941 at Cleveland County, North Carolina, USA, at age 90.8

Children of George Peeler and Martha Willis

Citations

  1. [S7] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.
  2. [S13] Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census, Year: 1900; Census Place: Double Shoals, Cleveland, North Carolina; Roll: T623 1189; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 62..
  3. [S14] Ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census, Year: 1910; Census Place: Township 9, Cleveland, North Carolina; Roll: T624_1103; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 49; Image: 505..
  4. [S12] Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census, Year: 1920; Census Place: Lawndale, Cleveland, North Carolina; Roll: T625_1291; Page: 19B; Enumeration District: 68; Image: 630..
  5. [S70] Ancestry.com, 1930 United States Federal Census, Year: 1930; Census Place: Double Shoals, Cleveland, North Carolina; Roll: 1682; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 31; Image: 786.0..
  6. [S57] Ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census, Year: 1870; Census Place: , , ; Roll: M593.
  7. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..
  8. [S19] Ancestry.com, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Database online..

George Donald Peeler1

M, b. 28 June 1936, d. 26 February 1989
     George Donald Peeler was born on 28 June 1936 at Cherokee, South Carolina, USA.1 He died on 26 February 1989 at Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA, at age 52.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

George M. Peeler1

M, b. 1 September 1884, d. December 1975
George M. Peeler|b. 1 Sep 1884\nd. Dec 1975|p15.htm#i10925|John Henry Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Bartlett Crowder|b. 20 Mar 1806\nd. 1880|p6.htm#i3881|Mary Brown|b. 1805\nd. 1871|p4.htm#i2529|
     His Social Security Number was 250-20-4104.2 George M. Peeler was Type: SSN issued at South Carolina.2 He was born on 1 September 1884.3,2 He was the son of John Henry Peeler and Elizabeth Crowder. George M. Peeler died in December 1975 at Pacolet, Spartanburg, South Carolina, United States of America, at age 91.2 He died on 26 December 1975 at Pacolet, South Carolina, USA, at age 91.3

Children of George M. Peeler and Cora Lee Eads

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S20] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index, Database online..
  3. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Henry Peeler1

M, b. 1 April 1849, d. 7 February 1933
Henry Peeler|b. 1 Apr 1849\nd. 7 Feb 1933|p15.htm#i10926|John Henry Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Anna Carpenter|b. 1779\nd. 1855|p4.htm#i2792|||||||
     Henry Peeler was born on 1 April 1849.1 He was the son of John Henry Peeler and Nancy Gibson. Henry Peeler died on 7 February 1933 at age 83.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Hettie M Peeler

F
Hettie M Peeler||p15.htm#i10927|George Peeler|b. 8 Feb 1851\nd. 20 Sep 1941|p15.htm#i10923|Martha Willis|b. 14 Feb 1860\nd. 1 Sep 1931|p20.htm#i14710|John H. Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Freeman Willis|b. 1825\nd. 17 Jul 1863|p20.htm#i14639|Elizabeth J. Black|b. 1835|p3.htm#i1945|
     Hettie M Peeler is the daughter of George Peeler and Martha Willis.

Iona Peeler1

F
Iona Peeler||p15.htm#i10928|George M. Peeler|b. 1 Sep 1884\nd. Dec 1975|p15.htm#i10925|Cora Lee Eads|b. 27 Jan 1892\nd. 13 Dec 1969|p7.htm#i4936|John H. Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|||||||
     Iona Peeler is the daughter of George M. Peeler and Cora Lee Eads.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

James Peeler1

M, b. 18 February 1845, d. 17 August 1914
James Peeler|b. 18 Feb 1845\nd. 17 Aug 1914|p15.htm#i10929|John Henry Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Anna Carpenter|b. 1779\nd. 1855|p4.htm#i2792|||||||
     James Peeler was born on 18 February 1845 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of John Henry Peeler and Nancy Gibson. James Peeler died on 17 August 1914 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA, at age 69.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

James Squire Peeler1

M, b. 2 July 1859
James Squire Peeler|b. 2 Jul 1859|p15.htm#i10930|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Henry London|b. 1780\nd. 26 May 1850|p13.htm#i9612|Mary Elam|b. 1779\nd. 17 May 1860|p7.htm#i5013|
     James Squire Peeler was born on 2 July 1859 at North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of David Peeler and Elizabeth London.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Jesse C Peeler

M, b. 1888
Jesse C Peeler|b. 1888|p15.htm#i10931|George Peeler|b. 8 Feb 1851\nd. 20 Sep 1941|p15.htm#i10923|Martha Willis|b. 14 Feb 1860\nd. 1 Sep 1931|p20.htm#i14710|John H. Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Freeman Willis|b. 1825\nd. 17 Jul 1863|p20.htm#i14639|Elizabeth J. Black|b. 1835|p3.htm#i1945|
     Jesse C Peeler was born in 1888 at North Carolina, USA. He was the son of George Peeler and Martha Willis.

John Coon Peeler1

M, b. 1844, d. 7 March 1919
John Coon Peeler|b. 1844\nd. 7 Mar 1919|p15.htm#i10932|John Henry Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Cassay Louisa Hastings|b. 1844\nd. 1868|p9.htm#i6522|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|||||||
     John Coon Peeler was also known as John Coon Peeler.2 John Coon Peeler was also known as John Coon Peeler.3 He was born in 1844.2 He was the son of John Henry Peeler and Cassay Louisa Hastings. John Coon Peeler married Frances Elizabeth Crowder, daughter of Bartlett Crowder and Mary Brown, on 25 July 1875.4,3 John Coon Peeler died on 7 March 1919 at No 8, Cleveland, North Carolina.1 He died circa April 1919.4,3

Children of John Coon Peeler and Frances Elizabeth Crowder

Citations

  1. [S19] Ancestry.com, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Database online..
  2. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..
  3. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  4. [S46] Unknown author, Broad river Genealogical Society, Cleveland County Heritage North Carolina Volume II - 2004 (Marceline, MO. 64658: Walsworth Publishings Co., page 118-119.

John Henry Peeler1

M, b. 6 December 1805, d. 9 June 1893
John Henry Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Anna Carpenter|b. 1779\nd. 1855|p4.htm#i2792|Michael Peeler|b. 9 Aug 1740\nd. 10 Mar 1807|p15.htm#i10951|Margaret Redwine|b. 18 Feb 1745\nd. 1807|p16.htm#i11411|||||||
     John Henry Peeler was also known as John Henry Peeler.1 He was born on 6 December 1805 at North Carolina, USA.1 He was born on 6 December 1805 at North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Andrew Peeler and Anna Carpenter. John Henry Peeler died on 9 June 1893 at age 87.1 He died on 9 June 1893 at age 87.1

Children of John Henry Peeler and Nancy Gibson

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

John Henry Peeler1

M, b. 19 January 1824, d. 29 December 1894
John Henry Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Henry London|b. 1780\nd. 26 May 1850|p13.htm#i9612|Mary Elam|b. 1779\nd. 17 May 1860|p7.htm#i5013|
     John Henry Peeler was also known as John Henry Peeler.1 He was born on 19 January 1824 at Rutherford, North Carolina, USA.1 He was born on 19 January 1824 at Rutherford, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of David Peeler and Elizabeth London. John Henry Peeler died on 29 December 1894 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA, at age 70.1 He died on 29 December 1894 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA, at age 70.1

Child of John Henry Peeler and Cassay Louisa Hastings

Children of John Henry Peeler and Elizabeth Crowder

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

John Hoyle Peeler1

M, b. 17 February 1816, d. 4 May 1894
John Hoyle Peeler|b. 17 Feb 1816\nd. 4 May 1894|p15.htm#i10935|Barnabas Peeler|b. 11 Oct 1790\nd. 23 Oct 1845|p15.htm#i10900|Sarah Sallie Hoyle|b. 20 Sep 1789\nd. 1845|p11.htm#i7699|Peter Peeler|b. 1764\nd. Jan 1813|p15.htm#i10959|Elizabeth March|b. 1762\nd. 26 Nov 1853|p14.htm#i9764|John Hoyle|b. 1 Jun 1740\nd. 4 Sep 1822|p11.htm#i7545|Margaret R. Costner|b. 7 May 1745\nd. 19 Nov 1821|p5.htm#i3603|
     John Hoyle Peeler was also known as John Hoyl Peeler. He was born on 17 February 1816. He was born on 17 February 1816 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Barnabas Peeler and Sarah Sallie Hoyle. John Hoyle Peeler died on 4 May 1894 at Bates, Missouri, USA, at age 78.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Joseph Peeler1

M, b. 14 April 1847, d. 9 October 1923
Joseph Peeler|b. 14 Apr 1847\nd. 9 Oct 1923|p15.htm#i10936|John Henry Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Anna Carpenter|b. 1779\nd. 1855|p4.htm#i2792|||||||
     Joseph Peeler was born on 14 April 1847.1 He was the son of John Henry Peeler and Nancy Gibson. Joseph Peeler died on 9 October 1923 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA, at age 76.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Junius O Peeler1

M, b. 4 March 1891
Junius O Peeler|b. 4 Mar 1891|p15.htm#i10937|Doctor Miles Peeler|b. 30 Jul 1856\nd. 16 Nov 1932|p15.htm#i10910|Armanda Jane Queen|b. 24 Dec 1859\nd. 9 May 1928|p15.htm#i11218|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth Ledford|b. 1829\nd. 12 Jun 1899|p13.htm#i9352|Joseph Queen|b. 1840\nd. 1901|p15.htm#i11225|(?) Margaret||p14.htm#i9769|
     Junius O Peeler was born on 4 March 1891 at Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Doctor Miles Peeler and Armanda Jane Queen.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Leatrice Peeler1

F

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Lee Roy Peeler1,2

M, b. 3 February 1889, d. 15 January 1955
Lee Roy Peeler|b. 3 Feb 1889\nd. 15 Jan 1955|p15.htm#i10939|Doctor Miles Peeler|b. 30 Jul 1856\nd. 16 Nov 1932|p15.htm#i10910|Armanda Jane Queen|b. 24 Dec 1859\nd. 9 May 1928|p15.htm#i11218|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth Ledford|b. 1829\nd. 12 Jun 1899|p13.htm#i9352|Joseph Queen|b. 1840\nd. 1901|p15.htm#i11225|(?) Margaret||p14.htm#i9769|
     Lee Roy Peeler lived at Not Stated, Cherokee, South Carolina.2 He was Type: other at Cherokee County.2 Lee Roy Peeler was also known as Leroy Lee Peeler.1 He was born on 3 February 1889 at Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Doctor Miles Peeler and Armanda Jane Queen. Lee Roy Peeler married Darvey Dee Cromer on 1 May 1910 at Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA. Lee Roy Peeler died on 15 January 1955 at Gaffney, Cherokee, South Carolina, USA, at age 65.1

Child of Lee Roy Peeler and Darvey Dee Cromer

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..
  2. [S27] Ancestry.com, World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Database online. Roll 1852501, DraftBoard 0..

Lilla E. Peeler1

F
Lilla E. Peeler||p15.htm#i10940|John Henry Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Bartlett Crowder|b. 20 Mar 1806\nd. 1880|p6.htm#i3881|Mary Brown|b. 1805\nd. 1871|p4.htm#i2529|
     Lilla E. Peeler is the daughter of John Henry Peeler and Elizabeth Crowder.

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Lula M. Peeler1

F
Lula M. Peeler||p15.htm#i10941|John Henry Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Bartlett Crowder|b. 20 Mar 1806\nd. 1880|p6.htm#i3881|Mary Brown|b. 1805\nd. 1871|p4.htm#i2529|
     Lula M. Peeler is the daughter of John Henry Peeler and Elizabeth Crowder.

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Luna Belle Peeler1

F
Luna Belle Peeler||p15.htm#i10942|George M. Peeler|b. 1 Sep 1884\nd. Dec 1975|p15.htm#i10925|Cora Lee Eads|b. 27 Jan 1892\nd. 13 Dec 1969|p7.htm#i4936|John H. Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|||||||
     Luna Belle Peeler is the daughter of George M. Peeler and Cora Lee Eads.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Margaret Peeler

F, b. 10 March 1827
Margaret Peeler|b. 10 Mar 1827|p15.htm#i10943|Barnabas Peeler|b. 11 Oct 1790\nd. 23 Oct 1845|p15.htm#i10900|Sarah Sallie Hoyle|b. 20 Sep 1789\nd. 1845|p11.htm#i7699|Peter Peeler|b. 1764\nd. Jan 1813|p15.htm#i10959|Elizabeth March|b. 1762\nd. 26 Nov 1853|p14.htm#i9764|John Hoyle|b. 1 Jun 1740\nd. 4 Sep 1822|p11.htm#i7545|Margaret R. Costner|b. 7 May 1745\nd. 19 Nov 1821|p5.htm#i3603|
     Margaret Peeler was born on 10 March 1827. She was the daughter of Barnabas Peeler and Sarah Sallie Hoyle.

Margaret Adela Peeler1

F, b. 5 July 1854, d. 13 April 1934
Margaret Adela Peeler|b. 5 Jul 1854\nd. 13 Apr 1934|p15.htm#i10944|John Henry Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Anna Carpenter|b. 1779\nd. 1855|p4.htm#i2792|||||||
     Margaret Adela Peeler was born on 5 July 1854 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of John Henry Peeler and Nancy Gibson. Margaret Adela Peeler died on 13 April 1934 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA, at age 79.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Marrie Peeler1

F, b. 1 May 1894, d. March 1983
Marrie Peeler|b. 1 May 1894\nd. Mar 1983|p15.htm#i10945|Doctor Miles Peeler|b. 30 Jul 1856\nd. 16 Nov 1932|p15.htm#i10910|Armanda Jane Queen|b. 24 Dec 1859\nd. 9 May 1928|p15.htm#i11218|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth Ledford|b. 1829\nd. 12 Jun 1899|p13.htm#i9352|Joseph Queen|b. 1840\nd. 1901|p15.htm#i11225|(?) Margaret||p14.htm#i9769|
     Marrie Peeler was born on 1 May 1894 at Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Doctor Miles Peeler and Armanda Jane Queen. Marrie Peeler died in March 1983 at age 88.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Marvin D Peeler1

M, b. 16 June 1914, d. 1980
Marvin D Peeler|b. 16 Jun 1914\nd. 1980|p15.htm#i10946|George M. Peeler|b. 1 Sep 1884\nd. Dec 1975|p15.htm#i10925|Cora Lee Eads|b. 27 Jan 1892\nd. 13 Dec 1969|p7.htm#i4936|John H. Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|||||||
     Marvin D Peeler was born on 16 June 1914 at South Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of George M. Peeler and Cora Lee Eads. Marvin D Peeler died in 1980.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Mary Peeler1

F, b. 1831
Mary Peeler|b. 1831|p15.htm#i10947|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Henry London|b. 1780\nd. 26 May 1850|p13.htm#i9612|Mary Elam|b. 1779\nd. 17 May 1860|p7.htm#i5013|
     Mary Peeler was also known as Mary Peeler.1 She was born in 1831 at Rutherford, North Carolina, USA.1 She was born in 1831 at Rutherford, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of David Peeler and Elizabeth London.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Mary Ann Peeler

F, b. 1803
Mary Ann Peeler|b. 1803|p15.htm#i10948|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Michael Peeler|b. 9 Aug 1740\nd. 10 Mar 1807|p15.htm#i10951|Margaret Redwine|b. 18 Feb 1745\nd. 1807|p16.htm#i11411|Hans Zimmerman|b. 1702\nd. 10 Jun 1794|p21.htm#i15019|Sarah S. Ruffner|b. 1705\nd. 1800|p17.htm#i12148|
     Mary Ann Peeler was born in 1803 at North Carolina, USA. She was the daughter of Andrew Peeler and Elizabeth Carpenter.

Mary Jane Peeler1

F, b. 19 December 1841, d. 8 August 1913
Mary Jane Peeler|b. 19 Dec 1841\nd. 8 Aug 1913|p15.htm#i10949|John Henry Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Anna Carpenter|b. 1779\nd. 1855|p4.htm#i2792|||||||
     Mary Jane Peeler was born on 19 December 1841.1 She was the daughter of John Henry Peeler and Nancy Gibson. Mary Jane Peeler died on 8 August 1913 at age 71.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Mazie Ree Peeler1

F, b. 15 August 1913, d. 6 February 1996
     Mazie Ree Peeler was born on 15 August 1913 at Cherokee, South Carolina, USA.1 She died on 6 February 1996 at Gaffney, Cherokee, South Carolina, USA, at age 82.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Michael Peeler1

M, b. 9 August 1740, d. 10 March 1807
     Michael Peeler was born on 9 August 1740 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA.1 He died on 10 March 1807 at Rowan, North Carolina, USA, at age 66.1

Child of Michael Peeler and Margaret Redwine

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Miles Wesley Peeler1

M
Miles Wesley Peeler||p15.htm#i10952|John Henry Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Bartlett Crowder|b. 20 Mar 1806\nd. 1880|p6.htm#i3881|Mary Brown|b. 1805\nd. 1871|p4.htm#i2529|
     Miles Wesley Peeler is the son of John Henry Peeler and Elizabeth Crowder.

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Moree Peeler1

F, b. 1 May 1894
Moree Peeler|b. 1 May 1894|p15.htm#i10953|Doctor Miles Peeler|b. 30 Jul 1856\nd. 16 Nov 1932|p15.htm#i10910|Armanda Jane Queen|b. 24 Dec 1859\nd. 9 May 1928|p15.htm#i11218|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth Ledford|b. 1829\nd. 12 Jun 1899|p13.htm#i9352|Joseph Queen|b. 1840\nd. 1901|p15.htm#i11225|(?) Margaret||p14.htm#i9769|
     Moree Peeler was born on 1 May 1894.1 She was the daughter of Doctor Miles Peeler and Armanda Jane Queen.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Nancy Peeler

F, b. 4 June 1787, d. 13 July 1852
     Her married name was Hoyl. Nancy Peeler was born on 4 June 1787 at Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA. She was born on 4 June 1787. She married David I Hoyl, son of John Hoyle and Margaret Rebecca Costner, in 1807. Nancy Peeler died on 13 July 1852 at McMinn County, Tennessee, USA, at age 65.

Children of Nancy Peeler and David I Hoyl

Nettie Mae Peeler1

F, b. 13 February 1924, d. 13 August 1979
     Nettie Mae Peeler was born on 13 February 1924 at Cherokee, South Carolina, USA.1 She died on 13 August 1979 at Bethesda, Maryland, USA, at age 55.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Nettie Mae Peeler1

F, b. 13 February 1924, d. 13 August 1979
Nettie Mae Peeler|b. 13 Feb 1924\nd. 13 Aug 1979|p15.htm#i10956|Lee Roy Peeler|b. 3 Feb 1889\nd. 15 Jan 1955|p15.htm#i10939|Darvey Dee Cromer|b. 10 Apr 1894\nd. 27 Jul 1976|p6.htm#i3798|Doctor M. Peeler|b. 30 Jul 1856\nd. 16 Nov 1932|p15.htm#i10910|Armanda J. Queen|b. 24 Dec 1859\nd. 9 May 1928|p15.htm#i11218|||||||
     Her Social Security Number was 249-22-7433.2 Nettie Mae Peeler was Type: SSN issued at South Carolina.2 She was Type: other at Washington, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States of America.2 Nettie Mae Peeler was also known as Nettie Mae Peeler. Her married name was Bort.2 She was born on 13 February 1924 at Cherokee, South Carolina, USA.1,2 She was the daughter of Lee Roy Peeler and Darvey Dee Cromer. Nettie Mae Peeler married Ralph Edwin Bort on 14 April 1943 at Bethesda, Montgomery, Maryland, USA. Nettie Mae Peeler died on 13 August 1979 at Bethesda, Maryland, USA, at age 55.1,2

Child of Nettie Mae Peeler and Ralph Edwin Bort

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..
  2. [S20] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index, Database online..

Ola B Peeler1

F

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Peter Peeler1

M, b. 25 July 1817, d. 1881
Peter Peeler|b. 25 Jul 1817\nd. 1881|p15.htm#i10958|Barnabas Peeler|b. 11 Oct 1790\nd. 23 Oct 1845|p15.htm#i10900|Sarah Sallie Hoyle|b. 20 Sep 1789\nd. 1845|p11.htm#i7699|Peter Peeler|b. 1764\nd. Jan 1813|p15.htm#i10959|Elizabeth March|b. 1762\nd. 26 Nov 1853|p14.htm#i9764|John Hoyle|b. 1 Jun 1740\nd. 4 Sep 1822|p11.htm#i7545|Margaret R. Costner|b. 7 May 1745\nd. 19 Nov 1821|p5.htm#i3603|
     Peter Peeler was also known as Peter Peeler. He was born on 25 July 1817.1 He was the son of Barnabas Peeler and Sarah Sallie Hoyle. Peter Peeler died in 1881.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Peter Peeler1

M, b. 1764, d. January 1813
     Peter Peeler was born in 1764 at Granville, North Carolina, USA.1 He died in January 1813 at Rutherford, North Carolina, USA.1

Child of Peter Peeler and Elizabeth March

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Peter Hoke Peeler1

M, b. 1848
Peter Hoke Peeler|b. 1848|p15.htm#i10960|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Henry London|b. 1780\nd. 26 May 1850|p13.htm#i9612|Mary Elam|b. 1779\nd. 17 May 1860|p7.htm#i5013|
     Peter Hoke Peeler was also known as Peter Hoke Peeler.1 He was born in 1848 at North Carolina, USA.1 He was born in 1848 at North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of David Peeler and Elizabeth London.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Pinkney P. Peeler1

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Pinkney P. Peeler||p15.htm#i10961|John Coon Peeler|b. 1844\nd. 7 Mar 1919|p15.htm#i10932|Frances Elizabeth Crowder|b. 6 Mar 1850\nd. 5 Jun 1919|p6.htm#i3919|John H. Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Cassay L. Hastings|b. 1844\nd. 1868|p9.htm#i6522|Bartlett Crowder|b. 20 Mar 1806\nd. 1880|p6.htm#i3881|Mary Brown|b. 1805\nd. 1871|p4.htm#i2529|
     Pinkney P. Peeler is the son of John Coon Peeler and Frances Elizabeth Crowder.

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Roy Clayton Peeler1

M, b. 2 November 1911, d. 21 October 1997
     Roy Clayton Peeler was born on 2 November 1911 at Cherokee, South Carolina, USA.1 He died on 21 October 1997 at Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA, at age 85.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Ruby Peeler1

F

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Sarah Peeler1

F, b. 6 October 1836, d. 15 November 1915
Sarah Peeler|b. 6 Oct 1836\nd. 15 Nov 1915|p15.htm#i10964|John Henry Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Anna Carpenter|b. 1779\nd. 1855|p4.htm#i2792|||||||
     Sarah Peeler was born on 6 October 1836.1 She was the daughter of John Henry Peeler and Nancy Gibson. Sarah Peeler died on 15 November 1915 at age 79.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Sarah Elimina Peeler1

F, b. 15 January 1830
Sarah Elimina Peeler|b. 15 Jan 1830|p15.htm#i10965|Barnabas Peeler|b. 11 Oct 1790\nd. 23 Oct 1845|p15.htm#i10900|Sarah Sallie Hoyle|b. 20 Sep 1789\nd. 1845|p11.htm#i7699|Peter Peeler|b. 1764\nd. Jan 1813|p15.htm#i10959|Elizabeth March|b. 1762\nd. 26 Nov 1853|p14.htm#i9764|John Hoyle|b. 1 Jun 1740\nd. 4 Sep 1822|p11.htm#i7545|Margaret R. Costner|b. 7 May 1745\nd. 19 Nov 1821|p5.htm#i3603|
     Sarah Elimina Peeler was also known as Elmina Peeler. She was born on 15 January 1830.1 She was the daughter of Barnabas Peeler and Sarah Sallie Hoyle.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Sophia Etta Peeler1

F
Sophia Etta Peeler||p15.htm#i10966|John Henry Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Bartlett Crowder|b. 20 Mar 1806\nd. 1880|p6.htm#i3881|Mary Brown|b. 1805\nd. 1871|p4.htm#i2529|
     Sophia Etta Peeler is the daughter of John Henry Peeler and Elizabeth Crowder.

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Sophia Jane Peeler1

F, b. January 1840, d. 8 December 1911
Sophia Jane Peeler|b. Jan 1840\nd. 8 Dec 1911|p15.htm#i10967|John Henry Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Anna Carpenter|b. 1779\nd. 1855|p4.htm#i2792|||||||
     Sophia Jane Peeler was born in January 1840.1 She was the daughter of John Henry Peeler and Nancy Gibson. Sophia Jane Peeler died on 8 December 1911 at Morganton, North Carolina, USA, at age 71.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Spencer Emmett Peeler1

M, d. 6 November 1965
Spencer Emmett Peeler|d. 6 Nov 1965|p15.htm#i10968|John Coon Peeler|b. 1844\nd. 7 Mar 1919|p15.htm#i10932|Frances Elizabeth Crowder|b. 6 Mar 1850\nd. 5 Jun 1919|p6.htm#i3919|John H. Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Cassay L. Hastings|b. 1844\nd. 1868|p9.htm#i6522|Bartlett Crowder|b. 20 Mar 1806\nd. 1880|p6.htm#i3881|Mary Brown|b. 1805\nd. 1871|p4.htm#i2529|
     Spencer Emmett Peeler was the son of John Coon Peeler and Frances Elizabeth Crowder. Spencer Emmett Peeler was also known as Spencer Emmette Peeler.2 He died on 6 November 1965 at Shelby, Cleveland County, North Carolina, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S19] Ancestry.com, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Database online..
  2. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Summie Peeler1

M, b. 3 February 1889, d. June 1965
Summie Peeler|b. 3 Feb 1889\nd. Jun 1965|p15.htm#i10969|Doctor Miles Peeler|b. 30 Jul 1856\nd. 16 Nov 1932|p15.htm#i10910|Armanda Jane Queen|b. 24 Dec 1859\nd. 9 May 1928|p15.htm#i11218|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth Ledford|b. 1829\nd. 12 Jun 1899|p13.htm#i9352|Joseph Queen|b. 1840\nd. 1901|p15.htm#i11225|(?) Margaret||p14.htm#i9769|
     Summie Peeler was born on 3 February 1889 at South Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Doctor Miles Peeler and Armanda Jane Queen. Summie Peeler died in June 1965 at age 76.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Susan Peeler1

F, b. 20 November 1843, d. 6 July 1873
Susan Peeler|b. 20 Nov 1843\nd. 6 Jul 1873|p15.htm#i10970|John Henry Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Anna Carpenter|b. 1779\nd. 1855|p4.htm#i2792|||||||
     Susan Peeler was born on 20 November 1843 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of John Henry Peeler and Nancy Gibson. Susan Peeler died on 6 July 1873 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA, at age 29.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Susanna Peeler1

F, b. 25 March 1832, d. 28 August 1897
Susanna Peeler|b. 25 Mar 1832\nd. 28 Aug 1897|p15.htm#i10971|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Andrew Peeler|b. 1770\nd. 8 Jul 1839|p15.htm#i10897|Elizabeth Carpenter|d. 1840|p4.htm#i2837|Henry London|b. 1780\nd. 26 May 1850|p13.htm#i9612|Mary Elam|b. 1779\nd. 17 May 1860|p7.htm#i5013|
     Susanna Peeler was also known as Susanna Peeler.1 She was born on 25 March 1832 at Rutherford, North Carolina, USA.1 She was born on 25 March 1832 at Rutherford, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of David Peeler and Elizabeth London. Susanna Peeler died on 28 August 1897 at age 65.1 She died on 28 August 1897 at age 65.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Susie E Peeler

F, b. 1891
Susie E Peeler|b. 1891|p15.htm#i10972|George Peeler|b. 8 Feb 1851\nd. 20 Sep 1941|p15.htm#i10923|Martha Willis|b. 14 Feb 1860\nd. 1 Sep 1931|p20.htm#i14710|John H. Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Freeman Willis|b. 1825\nd. 17 Jul 1863|p20.htm#i14639|Elizabeth J. Black|b. 1835|p3.htm#i1945|
     Susie E Peeler was born in 1891 at North Carolina, USA. She was the daughter of George Peeler and Martha Willis.

Uless Sidney Peeler1

M
Uless Sidney Peeler||p15.htm#i10973|John Henry Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|David Peeler|b. 11 Jan 1807\nd. 30 Jul 1888|p15.htm#i10906|Elizabeth London|b. 6 Mar 1809\nd. 1837|p13.htm#i9610|Bartlett Crowder|b. 20 Mar 1806\nd. 1880|p6.htm#i3881|Mary Brown|b. 1805\nd. 1871|p4.htm#i2529|
     Uless Sidney Peeler is the son of John Henry Peeler and Elizabeth Crowder.

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

William S Peeler

M, b. 1883
William S Peeler|b. 1883|p15.htm#i10974|George Peeler|b. 8 Feb 1851\nd. 20 Sep 1941|p15.htm#i10923|Martha Willis|b. 14 Feb 1860\nd. 1 Sep 1931|p20.htm#i14710|John H. Peeler|b. 6 Dec 1805\nd. 9 Jun 1893|p15.htm#i10933|Nancy Gibson|b. 1822|p8.htm#i5819|Freeman Willis|b. 1825\nd. 17 Jul 1863|p20.htm#i14639|Elizabeth J. Black|b. 1835|p3.htm#i1945|
     William S Peeler was born in 1883 at North Carolina, USA. He was the son of George Peeler and Martha Willis.

Mary Peer

F, b. 1853, d. 1921
     Mary Peer was born in 1853. She died in 1921.

Child of Mary Peer and Webster Keller

Jim Peiler1

M
Jim Peiler||p15.htm#i10976|George M. Peeler|b. 1 Sep 1884\nd. Dec 1975|p15.htm#i10925|Cora Lee Eads|b. 27 Jan 1892\nd. 13 Dec 1969|p7.htm#i4936|John H. Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|||||||
     Jim Peiler is the son of George M. Peeler and Cora Lee Eads.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Ruby Lee Peiler1

F
Ruby Lee Peiler||p15.htm#i10977|George M. Peeler|b. 1 Sep 1884\nd. Dec 1975|p15.htm#i10925|Cora Lee Eads|b. 27 Jan 1892\nd. 13 Dec 1969|p7.htm#i4936|John H. Peeler|b. 19 Jan 1824\nd. 29 Dec 1894|p15.htm#i10934|Elizabeth Crowder|b. 1847\nd. 23 Dec 1932|p6.htm#i3909|||||||
     Ruby Lee Peiler is the daughter of George M. Peeler and Cora Lee Eads.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Myrta M Pence1

F
     Myrta M Pence married Harley Franklin Detray, son of Franklin F Detray and Barbara Beery, on 22 May 1918.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Rosa Pennell

F, b. 28 November 1878, d. 22 February 1950
     Rosa Pennell was born on 28 November 1878 at Wilkes County, North Carolina, USA. She died on 22 February 1950 at Caldwell County, North Carolina, USA, at age 71.

Children of Rosa Pennell and Tilford Washington Parsons

Donnie Penner

M
Donnie Penner||p15.htm#i10980|Thomas Penner||p15.htm#i10982|Deborah Kathleen Keller||p12.htm#i8378|||||||John V. Keller||p12.htm#i8591|Mary E. Herman||p9.htm#i6749|
     Donnie Penner is the son of Thomas Penner and Deborah Kathleen Keller.

Mary Margeret Penner

F
Mary Margeret Penner||p15.htm#i10981|Thomas Penner||p15.htm#i10982|Deborah Kathleen Keller||p12.htm#i8378|||||||John V. Keller||p12.htm#i8591|Mary E. Herman||p9.htm#i6749|
     Mary Margeret Penner is the daughter of Thomas Penner and Deborah Kathleen Keller.

Thomas Penner

M

Children of Thomas Penner and Deborah Kathleen Keller

Eudes Count of Penthievre

M, b. 999, d. 17 January 1079
Eudes Count of Penthievre|b. 999\nd. 17 Jan 1079|p15.htm#i10983|Geoffrey I Duke of Brittany|b. 980\nd. 20 Nov 1008|p4.htm#i2456|Hawise De Normandy|b. 978\nd. 21 Feb 1034|p6.htm#i4432|Conan I. D. o. Brittany|b. 927\nd. 29 Jun 992|p4.htm#i2450|Ermengarde De Anjou|b. 952\nd. 27 Jun 992|p6.htm#i4164|Richard T. Fearless|b. 28 Aug 933\nd. 20 Nov 996|p8.htm#i5270|Gonnor De Crepon|b. 936\nd. 1031|p6.htm#i4291|
     Eudes Count of Penthievre was born in 999 at Brittany.1 He was the son of Geoffrey I Duke of Brittany and Hawise De Normandy. Eudes Count of Penthievre died on 17 January 1079.1

Children of Eudes Count of Penthievre and Agnes of Cornwall

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Geoffrey I Count of Penthievre

M, d. 24 August 1093
Geoffrey I Count of Penthievre|d. 24 Aug 1093|p15.htm#i10984|Eudes Count of Penthievre|b. 999\nd. 17 Jan 1079|p15.htm#i10983|Agnes of Cornwall|b. 1018\nd. 1056|p5.htm#i3523|Geoffrey I. D. o. Brittany|b. 980\nd. 20 Nov 1008|p4.htm#i2456|Hawise De Normandy|b. 978\nd. 21 Feb 1034|p6.htm#i4432|||||||
     Geoffrey I Count of Penthievre was the son of Eudes Count of Penthievre and Agnes of Cornwall. Geoffrey I Count of Penthievre died in 1093. He died on 24 August 1093.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Geoffrey II Count of Penthievre

M, b. 1090, d. 1148
Geoffrey II Count of Penthievre|b. 1090\nd. 1148|p15.htm#i10985|Etienne Count Of Treguier|b. 1049\nd. 21 Apr 1136|p19.htm#i13850|Hawise De Guincamp|b. 1068\nd. 1135|p6.htm#i4336|Eudes C. o. Penthievre|b. 999\nd. 17 Jan 1079|p15.htm#i10983|Agnes o. Cornwall|b. 1018\nd. 1056|p5.htm#i3523|||||||
     Geoffrey II Count of Penthievre was born in 1090.1 He was the son of Etienne Count Of Treguier and Hawise De Guincamp. Geoffrey II Count of Penthievre married Hawise De Brittany in 1117. Geoffrey II Count of Penthievre died in 1148. He died in 1148.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Geoffrey II Count of Penthievre

M
Geoffrey II Count of Penthievre||p15.htm#i10986|Stephen Count of Treguier||p19.htm#i13852|Hawise Sourdeval||p18.htm#i12889|Eudes C. o. Penthievre|b. 999\nd. 17 Jan 1079|p15.htm#i10983|Agnes o. Cornwall|b. 1018\nd. 1056|p5.htm#i3523|||||||
     Geoffrey II Count of Penthievre is the son of Stephen Count of Treguier and Hawise Sourdeval.

Henry Algernon Percy

M, b. between 13 January 1477 and 1478, d. 19 May 1527
     Henry Algernon Percy was born between 13 January 1477 and 1478 at Leconfield, Yorkshire, England. He married Catherine Spencer, daughter of Robert Spencer and Eleanor Beaufort, in 1502 at Crayford, Kent, England. Henry Algernon Percy died on 19 May 1527 at Wressell, East Riding, Yorkshire, England.

Child of Henry Algernon Percy and Catherine Spencer

Johanna Percy

F, b. 1475, d. 10 July 1547
Johanna Percy|b. 1475\nd. 10 Jul 1547|p15.htm#i10988|Thomas Percy|b. 1504\nd. 2 Jun 1537|p15.htm#i10989|Eleanor Harbottle|b. 1504\nd. 1567|p9.htm#i6446|Henry A. Percy|b. bt 13 Jan 1477 - 1478\nd. 19 May 1527|p15.htm#i10987|Catherine Spencer|b. 1477\nd. 14 Oct 1542|p18.htm#i12908|||||||
     Johanna Percy was born in 1475 at Northumberland, England. She was the daughter of Thomas Percy and Eleanor Harbottle. Johanna Percy died on 10 July 1547 at Southminster, Essex, England.

Child of Johanna Percy and Arthur Harris

Thomas Percy

M, b. 1504, d. 2 June 1537
Thomas Percy|b. 1504\nd. 2 Jun 1537|p15.htm#i10989|Henry Algernon Percy|b. bt 13 Jan 1477 - 1478\nd. 19 May 1527|p15.htm#i10987|Catherine Spencer|b. 1477\nd. 14 Oct 1542|p18.htm#i12908|||||||Robert Spencer|b. 1430\nd. 1502|p18.htm#i12941|Eleanor Beaufort|b. 1431\nd. 16 Aug 1501|p2.htm#i894|
     Thomas Percy married Eleanor Harbottle in 1481 at Beamish, Durham, England. Thomas Percy was born in 1504 at Alnwick, Northumberland, England. He was the son of Henry Algernon Percy and Catherine Spencer. Thomas Percy died on 2 June 1537 at Tyburn, Warwickshire, England.

Child of Thomas Percy and Eleanor Harbottle

Amy Perkey1

F, d. 15 March 1893
     Amy Perkey was born at Pennsylvania, USA.1 She died on 15 March 1893 at Melmore, Seneca, Ohio, USA.1

Children of Amy Perkey and Henry Beery

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Sarah Perkins1

F, b. 1759, d. 1857
     Sarah Perkins was born in 1759 at Orange, Virginia, USA.1 She died in 1857 at Alexander, North Carolina, USA.1

Children of Sarah Perkins and Jonas White

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Anne Perrin

F, b. 1671, d. 1695
Anne Perrin|b. 1671\nd. 1695|p15.htm#i10992|Richard Perrin|b. 1637\nd. 1 Apr 1695|p15.htm#i10995|Katherine Royall|b. 1642\nd. 10 Oct 1686|p16.htm#i11957|John Perrin|b. 1620|p15.htm#i10993|(?) Sarah|b. 1620|p17.htm#i12199|Joseph Royall||p16.htm#i11956|Katherine Banks||p1.htm#i660|
     Her married name was East. Anne Perrin was born in 1671. She was born in 1671 at New Kent, Virginia, USA.1 She was the daughter of Richard Perrin and Katherine Royall. Anne Perrin died in 1695 at Henrico, Virginia, USA.1 She married Thomas East on 19 April 1695 at Henrico, Virginia, USA.1

Children of Anne Perrin and Thomas East

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

John Perrin1

M, b. 1620
     John Perrin was born in 1620.1

Child of John Perrin and (?) Sarah

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Katherine Perrin1,2,3

F, b. 1667, d. 16 May 1748
Katherine Perrin|b. 1667\nd. 16 May 1748|p15.htm#i10994|Richard Perrin|b. 1637\nd. 1 Apr 1695|p15.htm#i10995|Katherine Royall|b. 1642\nd. 10 Oct 1686|p16.htm#i11957|John Perrin|b. 1620|p15.htm#i10993|(?) Sarah|b. 1620|p17.htm#i12199|Joseph Royall||p16.htm#i11956|Katherine Banks||p1.htm#i660|
     Her married name was Farrar. Katherine Perrin was born in 1667 at Henrico, Virginia, USA.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Richard Perrin and Katherine Royall. Katherine Perrin married Thomas Farrar, son of William Farrar and Mary Piggot Baugh, on 1 October 1686 at Goochland County, Virginia. Katherine Perrin died on 16 May 1748 at Goochland, Virginia.1

Children of Katherine Perrin and Thomas Farrar

Citations

  1. [S7] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.
  2. [S109] Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, Source number: 8930.460; Source type: Family group sheet, FGSE, listed as parents; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: ..
  3. [S110] Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, Source number: 8930.460; Source type: Family group sheet, FGSE, listed as parents; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: ..

Richard Perrin

M, b. 1637, d. 1 April 1695
Richard Perrin|b. 1637\nd. 1 Apr 1695|p15.htm#i10995|John Perrin|b. 1620|p15.htm#i10993|(?) Sarah|b. 1620|p17.htm#i12199|||||||||||||
     Richard Perrin was born in 1637. He was born in 1637 at New Kent, Virginia, USA.1 He was the son of John Perrin and (?) Sarah. Richard Perrin died in 1695.1 He died on 1 April 1695 at Henrico, Virginia, USA.1

Children of Richard Perrin and Katherine Royall

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Thomas Perrin1

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Thomas Perrin||p15.htm#i10996|Richard Perrin|b. 1637\nd. 1 Apr 1695|p15.htm#i10995|Katherine Royall|b. 1642\nd. 10 Oct 1686|p16.htm#i11957|John Perrin|b. 1620|p15.htm#i10993|(?) Sarah|b. 1620|p17.htm#i12199|Joseph Royall||p16.htm#i11956|Katherine Banks||p1.htm#i660|
     Thomas Perrin is the son of Richard Perrin and Katherine Royall.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Living Peterman1

?
     Living Peterman married Lowell C Miinch, son of John Francis Miinch and Carrie Idelia Stanfill.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Anne Peters1

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Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Cora Blanch Peters

F

Child of Cora Blanch Peters and Charles W Abel

Living Peterson1

?

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Tammy Cherise Peterson

F
     Tammy Cherise Peterson married Shawn Travis Hoyle, son of Howard William Hoyle Jr. and Patricia Ann Cooke, in August 1992.

Children of Tammy Cherise Peterson and Shawn Travis Hoyle

Adell Petitjean1

F, b. 1 May 1891, d. 7 December 1948
     Her married name was Geil. Adell Petitjean was born on 1 May 1891 at Furnas, Nebraska, USA.1 She married Clemend Geil, son of Jacob Geil and Leah Beery, on 8 April 1920 at Phillipsburg, Kansas, USA.1 Adell Petitjean died on 7 December 1948 at Almena, Kansas, USA, at age 57.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Sonja Xenia Petrofsky1

F

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

(?) Petronilla

F, b. 825
(?) Petronilla|b. 825|p15.htm#i11004|Hugh Archchancellor of the Empire|b. 802\nd. 844|p7.htm#i5074||||Charlemagne H. R. Emperor|b. 2 Apr 742\nd. 28 Jan 814|p7.htm#i5064|(?) Regina|b. 780|p16.htm#i11438|||||||
     (?) Petronilla was born in 825. She was the daughter of Hugh Archchancellor of the Empire.

Child of (?) Petronilla and (?) Tertullus

Ruth E Pfeiffer1

F, b. 11 October 1898, d. 2 October 1980
     Her married name was Stemen. Ruth E Pfeiffer was born on 11 October 1898 at Allen, Ohio, USA.1 She married L Raymond Stemen, son of Joshua Stemen and Nettie Myers, on 14 April 1920.1 Ruth E Pfeiffer died on 2 October 1980 at Delphos, Allen, Ohio, USA, at age 81.1

Children of Ruth E Pfeiffer and L Raymond Stemen

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Raymond Pfisterer1

M
     Raymond Pfisterer married Patricia Ann Beery, daughter of Philip W Beery and Catherine F Beirne, on 1 August 1953 at New York, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Latham Mark Phelps

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Latham Mark Phelps||p15.htm#i11007|Wilford Latham Phelps||p15.htm#i11008|Reba Jean Lunsford||p13.htm#i9711|||||||William P. Lunsford||p13.htm#i9712|Hattie B. Morton||p14.htm#i10431|
     Latham Mark Phelps is the son of Wilford Latham Phelps and Reba Jean Lunsford. Latham Mark Phelps married Donzie Delores Maynard on 21 December 1973 at Rockingham, North Carolina.1

Citations

  1. [S132] Ancestry.com, North Carolina Marriage Collection, 1741-2004, Database online..

Wilford Latham Phelps

M

Child of Wilford Latham Phelps and Reba Jean Lunsford

Bertha M. Philbeck1

F, b. 23 February 1908, d. 23 April 1956
Bertha M. Philbeck|b. 23 Feb 1908\nd. 23 Apr 1956|p15.htm#i11009|Crate Philbeck|b. 1871\nd. 1947|p15.htm#i11013|Josephine Crowder|b. 1873\nd. 1944|p6.htm#i3968|||||||William A. Crowder|b. 13 Mar 1847\nd. 10 Feb 1903|p6.htm#i4066|Mary J. Grigg|b. 16 Jan 1851\nd. 3 Mar 1925|p9.htm#i6160|
     Bertha M. Philbeck was born on 23 February 1908.2,1 She was the daughter of Crate Philbeck and Josephine Crowder. Bertha M. Philbeck died on 23 April 1956 at age 48.2,1

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S22] Unknown author, Internet, gerald.grigg@@gte.net.

Bessie M. Philbeck1

F, b. 22 April 1879, d. 23 December 1967
     Bessie M. Philbeck was buried at Rehobeth Methodist Church, Cleveland County, North Carolina.2,1 Her married name was Grigg. She was born on 22 April 1879.3,2,1 She married George Hillard Grigg, son of Paul Hillard Grigg and Elizabeth Whisnant, on 10 December 1903.3,1 Bessie M. Philbeck died on 23 December 1967 at age 88.3,2,1

Children of Bessie M. Philbeck and George Hillard Grigg

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S9] Unknown author, W.D. (Bill) Floyd, N.C. Cemeteries - on the internet - http://rfci.net/wdfloyd/.
  3. [S22] Unknown author, Internet, gerald.grigg@@gte.net.

Callie Philbeck1

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Callie Philbeck||p15.htm#i11011|Crate Philbeck|b. 1871\nd. 1947|p15.htm#i11013|Josephine Crowder|b. 1873\nd. 1944|p6.htm#i3968|||||||William A. Crowder|b. 13 Mar 1847\nd. 10 Feb 1903|p6.htm#i4066|Mary J. Grigg|b. 16 Jan 1851\nd. 3 Mar 1925|p9.htm#i6160|
     Callie Philbeck is the daughter of Crate Philbeck and Josephine Crowder.

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Clarence L. Philbeck1

M, b. 2 March 1902, d. 4 October 1960
Clarence L. Philbeck|b. 2 Mar 1902\nd. 4 Oct 1960|p15.htm#i11012|Crate Philbeck|b. 1871\nd. 1947|p15.htm#i11013|Josephine Crowder|b. 1873\nd. 1944|p6.htm#i3968|||||||William A. Crowder|b. 13 Mar 1847\nd. 10 Feb 1903|p6.htm#i4066|Mary J. Grigg|b. 16 Jan 1851\nd. 3 Mar 1925|p9.htm#i6160|
     Clarence L. Philbeck married Alma P..2,1 Clarence L. Philbeck was born on 2 March 1902.2,1 He was the son of Crate Philbeck and Josephine Crowder. Clarence L. Philbeck died on 4 October 1960 at age 58.2,1

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S22] Unknown author, Internet, gerald.grigg@@gte.net.

Crate Philbeck1

M, b. 1871, d. 1947
     Crate Philbeck was born in 1871.2,1 He married Josephine Crowder, daughter of William Anderson Crowder and Mary Jane Grigg, on 10 May 1890.2,1 Crate Philbeck died in 1947.2,1

Children of Crate Philbeck and Josephine Crowder

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S22] Unknown author, Internet, gerald.grigg@@gte.net.

Hattie Philbeck1

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Hattie Philbeck||p15.htm#i11014|Crate Philbeck|b. 1871\nd. 1947|p15.htm#i11013|Josephine Crowder|b. 1873\nd. 1944|p6.htm#i3968|||||||William A. Crowder|b. 13 Mar 1847\nd. 10 Feb 1903|p6.htm#i4066|Mary J. Grigg|b. 16 Jan 1851\nd. 3 Mar 1925|p9.htm#i6160|
     Hattie Philbeck is the daughter of Crate Philbeck and Josephine Crowder.

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Johnnie Elizabeth Philbeck1

F, b. 23 September 1881, d. 26 May 1968
     Johnnie Elizabeth Philbeck was buried at Cleveland Memorial Park, Cleveland County, North Carolina.2,1 Her married name was Grigg. She was born on 23 September 1881.3,2,1 She married Dargen Edgar Grigg, son of Chancey Coatsworth Grigg and Margaret Emily Philbeck, on 15 June 1902.3,1 Johnnie Elizabeth Philbeck died on 26 May 1968 at age 86.2,1

Children of Johnnie Elizabeth Philbeck and Dargen Edgar Grigg

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S9] Unknown author, W.D. (Bill) Floyd, N.C. Cemeteries - on the internet - http://rfci.net/wdfloyd/.
  3. [S22] Unknown author, Internet, gerald.grigg@@gte.net.

Johonie Philbeck1

F, b. 14 December 1910, d. 5 May 1969
Johonie Philbeck|b. 14 Dec 1910\nd. 5 May 1969|p15.htm#i11016|Crate Philbeck|b. 1871\nd. 1947|p15.htm#i11013|Josephine Crowder|b. 1873\nd. 1944|p6.htm#i3968|||||||William A. Crowder|b. 13 Mar 1847\nd. 10 Feb 1903|p6.htm#i4066|Mary J. Grigg|b. 16 Jan 1851\nd. 3 Mar 1925|p9.htm#i6160|
     Johonie Philbeck married Joe H. Hayes.2,1 Her married name was Hayes. Johonie Philbeck was born on 14 December 1910.2,1 She was the daughter of Crate Philbeck and Josephine Crowder. Johonie Philbeck died on 5 May 1969 at age 58.2,1

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S22] Unknown author, Internet, gerald.grigg@@gte.net.

Mae Philbeck1

F, b. 20 May 1891
Mae Philbeck|b. 20 May 1891|p15.htm#i11017|Crate Philbeck|b. 1871\nd. 1947|p15.htm#i11013|Josephine Crowder|b. 1873\nd. 1944|p6.htm#i3968|||||||William A. Crowder|b. 13 Mar 1847\nd. 10 Feb 1903|p6.htm#i4066|Mary J. Grigg|b. 16 Jan 1851\nd. 3 Mar 1925|p9.htm#i6160|
     Her married name was Whisnant. Mae Philbeck was born on 20 May 1891.1 She was the daughter of Crate Philbeck and Josephine Crowder. Mae Philbeck married Nixon L. Whisnant on 27 June 1915.1

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Margaret Emily Philbeck1

F, b. 7 March 1844, d. 6 April 1932
     Margaret Emily Philbeck was buried at Rehobeth Methodist Church, Cleveland County, North Carolina.2,1 Her married name was Grigg. She was born on 7 March 1844.3,1 She married Chancey Coatsworth Grigg, son of Paul Hillard Grigg and Elizabeth Whisnant, on 9 November 1876 at Cleveland County, North Carolina.3,4,1 Margaret Emily Philbeck died on 6 April 1932 at age 88.3,1

Children of Margaret Emily Philbeck and Chancey Coatsworth Grigg

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S9] Unknown author, W.D. (Bill) Floyd, N.C. Cemeteries - on the internet - http://rfci.net/wdfloyd/.
  3. [S22] Unknown author, Internet, gerald.grigg@@gte.net.
  4. [S76] Unknown author, www.grigg-family.net.

Thomas Philbeck1

M, b. 1905, d. 1930
Thomas Philbeck|b. 1905\nd. 1930|p15.htm#i11019|Crate Philbeck|b. 1871\nd. 1947|p15.htm#i11013|Josephine Crowder|b. 1873\nd. 1944|p6.htm#i3968|||||||William A. Crowder|b. 13 Mar 1847\nd. 10 Feb 1903|p6.htm#i4066|Mary J. Grigg|b. 16 Jan 1851\nd. 3 Mar 1925|p9.htm#i6160|
     Thomas Philbeck was born in 1905.2,1 He was the son of Crate Philbeck and Josephine Crowder. Thomas Philbeck died in 1930.2,1

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S22] Unknown author, Internet, gerald.grigg@@gte.net.

Zuda Philbeck1

F, b. 11 September 1881, d. 26 January 1963
     Her married name was Grigg. Zuda Philbeck was born on 11 September 1881.2,1 She married Croil Pinkney Grigg, son of Paul Hillard Grigg and Elizabeth Whisnant, on 9 April 1909 at Cleveland County, North Carolina.2,3,1 Zuda Philbeck died on 26 January 1963 at age 81.2,1

Children of Zuda Philbeck and Croil Pinkney Grigg

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S22] Unknown author, Internet, gerald.grigg@@gte.net.
  3. [S76] Unknown author, www.grigg-family.net.

John Philips

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     John Philips married Sarah Whittenberg, daughter of John Henry Whittenberg and Mary Heyl, in 1785.

Ann Phillips1

F, b. 1709, d. 1740
     Ann Phillips was born in 1709 at Kent, Maryland, USA.1 She died in 1740 at Kent, Maryland, USA.1

Children of Ann Phillips and Edward Dycus

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Clara Phillips1

F, b. 1 December 1895, d. 13 November 1925
     Her married name was Bess. Clara Phillips was born on 1 December 1895 at Oregon, Missouri, USA.1 She married George Washington Bess, son of William Frederick Bess and Mary Matilda Boyd, on 11 August 1912 at Alton, Oregon, Missouri, USA.1 Clara Phillips died on 13 November 1925 at Sapulpa, Creek, Oklahoma, USA, at age 29.1

Children of Clara Phillips and George Washington Bess

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Joseph William Phillips1

M, b. 16 August 1891
     Joseph William Phillips was born on 16 August 1891.1 He married Hazel Belle Sage, daughter of William Harrison Sage and Laura B Strait, on 12 December 1919.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Margaret Phillips1

F, b. 16 March 1702, d. 1748
     Margaret Phillips was born on 16 March 1702 at Derry, Ireland.1 She died in 1748 at Lunenburg, Virginia, USA.1

Child of Margaret Phillips and John Caldwell

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

(?) Phyllis

F

Constatine I King of the Picts

M, d. 877
Constatine I King of the Picts|d. 877|p15.htm#i11027|Kenneth MacAlpin King of the Picts||p15.htm#i11028||||||||||||||||
     Constatine I King of the Picts was the son of Kenneth MacAlpin King of the Picts. Constatine I King of the Picts Constantine, son of Cináed (Mediaeval Gaelic: Causantín mac Cináeda; Modern Gaelic: Còiseam mac Choinnich), known in most modern regnal lists as Constantine I[1], nicknamed An Finn-Shoichleach, 'The Wine-Bountiful'[2] (d.877) was a son of Kennneth MacAlpin (Cináed mac Ailpín). Although tradition makes Constantine and his father King of Scots, it is clear from the entries in the Chronicle of the Kings of Alba and the Annals of Ulster, that he was, like his father, king of the Picts. He became king in 862 on the death of his uncle Donald MacAlpin (Domnall mac Ailpín).

In 866, the Chronicle states that Pictland - the Annals of Ulster sayFortriu - was ravaged by Vikings led by Amlaíb Conung (Olaf). The Chronicle claims that Amlaíb was killed by Constantine that year, but this is either incorrectly dated, or a different Amlaíb is intended as the Irish annals make it clear that Amlaíb Conung was alive long after 866. A date of 874 has been proposed for this event.

In 870, Amlaíb Conung and Ímar captured Alt Clut, chief place of the kingdom of Strathclyde. The king, Artgal, was among the many captives.The Annals of Ulster say that Artgal was killed 'at the instigation of Causantín mac Cináeda' (Constantine son of Kenneth) in 872. Artgal's son Run was married to a sister of Constantine.

In 875, the Chronicle and the Annals of Ulster again report a Viking army in Pictland. A battle, fought near Dollar, was a heavy defeat forthe Picts; the Annals of Ulster say that 'a great slaughter of the Picts resulted'. Although there is agreement that Constantine was killedfighting Vikings in 877, it is not clear where this happened. WilliamForbes Skene read the Chronicle as placing Constantine's death at Inverdovat (by Newport-on-Tay), which appears to match the Prophecy of Berchán. The account in the Chronicle of Melrose names the place as the 'Black Cave' and John of Fordun calls it the 'Black Den'. Constantine was buried on Iona.

Constantine's son Donald II and his descendants represented the main line of the kings of Alba and later Scotland.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constantine_I_of_Scotland.
He died in 877.

Child of Constatine I King of the Picts

Kenneth MacAlpin King of the Picts

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Child of Kenneth MacAlpin King of the Picts

(?) Pierce1

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Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Charity Pierce1

F

Children of Charity Pierce and John Barrier

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Henry Samuel Pierce1

M, b. 20 December 1883
     Henry Samuel Pierce was born on 20 December 1883.1 He married Maud Edna Corfman, daughter of Lawrence S Corfman and Ida Alma Ault, on 26 June 1927.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

James Penn Pilkington

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Child of James Penn Pilkington and Mary Luanna Foster

Louise Penn Pilkington

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Louise Penn Pilkington||p15.htm#i11033|James Penn Pilkington||p15.htm#i11032|Mary Luanna Foster||p8.htm#i5445|||||||Carl D. Foster|b. 17 Sep 1862\nd. 27 Dec 1929|p8.htm#i5440|Mary E. Gulley|b. 26 Jan 1874\nd. 7 Oct 1952|p9.htm#i6270|
     Louise Penn Pilkington is the daughter of James Penn Pilkington and Mary Luanna Foster.

Anne Pines

F
     Anne Pines married Joseph Carter, son of Thomas Carter Sr and Katherine Dale, in March 1711/12.

Maria Fatima Pinon

F

Children of Maria Fatima Pinon and Thomas Richard Boganski

Mary Pintuff1

F

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Mary Emaline Pintuff1

F, b. 2 March 1841, d. July 1910
     Her married name was Bennick. Mary Emaline Pintuff was born on 2 March 1841.1 She married Phillip J Bennick, son of Jeremiah Bennick and Barbara Reinhardt, in January 1867.1 Mary Emaline Pintuff died in July 1910 at age 69.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Louis the Pious

M, b. 778, d. 840
Louis the Pious|b. 778\nd. 840|p15.htm#i11038|Charlemagne Holy Roman Emperor|b. 2 Apr 742\nd. 28 Jan 814|p7.htm#i5064|Hildegarde Of Swabia|b. 758\nd. 30 Apr 783|p15.htm#i10644|Pepin t. Younger|b. 714\nd. 24 Sep 768|p21.htm#i15010|Bertrada B. o. Laon|b. 720\nd. 12 Jul 783|p13.htm#i9290|||||||
     Louis the Pious Louis the Pious (also known as Louis I, Louis the Fair, and Louis theDebonaire, German: Ludwig der Fromme, French: Louis le Pieux or Louisle Débonnaire, Italian: Luigi il Pio or Ludovico il Pio, Spanish: Luis el Piadoso or Ludovico Pío) (778 - 20 June 840) was Holy Roman Emperor and King of the Franks from 814 to his death in 840.

Louis was born while his father Charlemagne was on campaign in Spain,at the Carolingian villa of Cassinogilum, according to Einhard and the anonymous chronicler called Astronomus; the place is usually identified with Chasseneuil, near Poitiers.[1] He was the third son of Charlemagne by his wife Hildegard.

Louis was crowned king of Aquitaine as a child in 781 and sent there with regents and a court. Charlemagne constituted the sub-kingdom in order to secure the border of his kingdom after his devastating defeat at the hands of Basques in Roncesvalles in (778).

In 794, Charlemagne settled four former Gallo-Roman villas on Louis, in the thought that he would take in each in turn as winter residence:Doué-la-Fontaine in today's Anjou, Ebreuil in Allier, Angeac-Charente, and the disputed Cassinogilum. Charlemagne's intention was to see all his sons brought up as natives of their given territories, wearing the national costume of the region and ruling by the local customs. Thus were the children sent to their respective realms at so young an age. Each kingdom had its importance in keeping some frontier, Louis's was the Spanish March. In 797, Barcelona, the greatest city of the Marca, fell to the Franks when Zeid, its governor, rebelled against Córdoba and, failing, handed it to them. The Umayyad authority recaptured it in 799. However, Louis marched the entire army of his kingdom, including Gascons with their duke Sancho I of Gascony, Provençals under Leibulf, and Goths under Bera, over the Pyrenees and besieged it for twoyears, wintering there from 800 to 801, when it capitulated. The sonswere not given independence from central authority, however, and Charlemagne ingrained in them the concepts of empire and unity by sending them on military expeditions far from their home bases. Louis campaigned in the Mezzogiorno against the Beneventans at least once.

Louis was one of Charlemagne's three legitimate sons to survive infancy, and, according to Frankish custom, Louis had expected to share hisinheritance with his brothers, Charles the Younger, King of Neustria,and Pepin, King of Italy. In the Divisio Regnorum of 806, Charlemagnehad slated Charles the Younger as his successor as emperor and chief king, ruling over the Frankish heartland of Neustria and Austrasia, while giving Pepin the Iron Crown of Lombardy, which Charlemagne possessed by conquest. To Louis's kingdom of Aquitaine, he added Septimania, Provence, and part of Burgundy.

But in the event, Charlemagne's other legitimate sons died - Pepin in810 and Charles in 811 - and Louis alone remained to be crowned co-emperor with Charlemagne in 813. On his father's death in 814, he inherited the entire Frankish kingdom and all its possessions (with the soleexception of Italy, which remained within Louis's empire, but under the direct rule of Bernard, Pepin's son).

He was in his villa of Doué-la-Fontaine, Anjou, when he received newsof his father's passing. Hurrying to Aachen, he crowned himself and was proclaimed by the nobles with shouts of Vivat Imperator Ludovicus.

In his first coinage type, minted from the start of his reign, he imitated his father Charlemagne's portrait coinage, giving an image of imperial power and prestige in an echo of Roman glory [2]. He quickly enacted a 'moral purge', in which he sent all of his unmarried sisters to nunneries, forgoing their diplomatic use as hostage brides in favour of the security of avoiding the entanglements that powerful brothers-in-law might bring. He spared his illegitimate half-brothers and tonsured his father's cousins, Adalard and Wala, son of Bernard, shuttingthem up in Noirmoutier and Corbie, respectively, despite the latter'sinitial loyalty.

His chief councillors were Bernat, margrave of Septimania, and Ebbo, whom, born a serf, Louis would raise to the archbishopric of Rheims but who would ungratefully betray him later. He retained some of his father's ministers, such as Elisachar, abbot of St Maximin near Trier, and Hildebold, Archbishop of Cologne. Later he replaced Elisachar with Hildwin, abbot of many monasteries.

He also used Benedict of Aniane (the Second Benedict), a Septimanian Visigoth and monastic founder, to help him reform the Frankish church.One of Benedict's primary reforms was to ensure that all religious houses in Louis' realm adhered to the Rule of St Benedict, named for itscreator, the First Benedict, Benedict of Nursia (480-550).

In 816, Pope Stephen V, who had succeeded Leo III, visited Rheims andagain crowned Louis. The Emperor thereby strengthened the papacy by recognising the importance of the pope in imperial coronations.

On Maundy Thursday 817, Louis and his court were crossing a wooden gallery from the cathedral to the palace in Aachen when the gallery collapsed, killing many. Louis, having barely survived and feeling the imminent danger of death, began planning for his succession; three monthslater he issued an Ordinatio Imperii, an imperial decree that laid out plans for an orderly succession. In 815, he had already given his two eldest sons a share in the government, when he had sent his elder sons Lothair and Pepin to govern Bavaria and Aquitaine respectively, though without the royal titles. Now, he proceeded to divide the empire among his three sons and his nephew Bernard of Italy:

Lothair was proclaimed and crowned co-emperor in Aix-la-Chapelle by his father. He was promised the succession to most of the Frankish dominions (excluding the exceptions below), and would be the overlord of his brothers and cousin.
Bernard, the son of Charlemagne's son Pippin of Italy, was confirmed as King of Italy, a title he had been allowed to inherit from his father by Charlemagne.
Pepin was proclaimed King of Aquitaine, his territory including Gascony, the march around Toulouse, and the counties of Carcassonnne, Autun, Avallon and Nevers.
Louis, the youngest son, was proclaimed King of Bavaria and the neighbouring marches.
If one of the subordinate kings died, he was to be succeeded by his sons. If he died childless, Lothar would inherit his kingdom. In the event of Lothar dying without sons, one of Louis the Pious' younger sonswould be chosen to replace him by 'the people'. Above all, the Empirewould not be divided: the Emperor would rule supreme over the subordinate kings, whose obedience to him was mandatory.

With this settlement, Louis tried to combine his sense for the Empire's unity, supported by the clergy, while at the same time providing positions for all of his sons. Instead of treating his sons equally in status and land, he elevated his first-born son Lothair above his younger brothers and gave him the largest part of the Empire as his share.

Bernard's rebellion and Louis's penance
The ordinatio imperii of Aachen left Bernard of Italy in an uncertainand subordinate position as king of Italy, and he began plotting to declare independence upon hearing of it. Louis immediately directed hisarmy towards Italy, and betook himself to Chalon-sur-Saône. Intimidated by the emperor's swift action, Bernard met his uncle at Chalon, under invitation, and surrendered. He was taken to Aix-la-Chapelle by Louis, who there had him tried and condemned to death for treason. Louis had the sentence commuted to blinding, which was duly carried out; Bernard did not survive the ordeal, however, dying after two days of agony. Others also suffered: Theodulf of Orleans, in eclipse since the death of Charlemagne, was accused of having supported the rebellion, and was thrown into a monastic prison, where he died soon after - poisoned, it was rumoured.[3] The fate of his nephew deeply marked Louis's conscience for the rest of his life.

In 822, as a deeply religious man, Louis performed penance for causing Bernard's death, at his palace of Attigny near Vouziers in the Ardennes, before Pope Paschal I, and a council of ecclesiastics and noblesof the realm that had been convened for the reconciliation of Louis with his three younger half-brothers, Hugo whom he soon made abbot of St-Quentin, Drogo whom he soon made Bishop of Metz, and Theodoric. Thisact of contrition, partly in emulation of Theodosius I, had the effect of greatly reducing his prestige as a Frankish ruler, for he also recited a list of minor offences about which no secular ruler of the time would have taken any notice. He also made the egregious error of releasing Wala and Adalard from their monastic confinements, placing theformer in a position of power in the court of Lothair and the latter in a position in his own house.

Frontier wars
At the start of Louis's reign, the many tribes - Danes, Obotrites, Slovenes, Bretons, Basques - which inhabited his frontierlands were still in awe of the Frankish emperor's power and dared not stir up any trouble. In 816, however, the Sorbs rebelled and were quickly followed by Slavomir, chief of the Obotrites, who was captured and abandoned byhis own people, being replaced by Ceadrag in 818. Soon, Ceadrag too had turned against the Franks and allied with the Danes, who were to become the greatest menace of the Franks in a short time.

A greater Slavic menace was gathering on the southeast. There, Ljudevit Posavski, duke of Pannonia, was harassing the border at the Drava and Sava rivers. The margrave of Friuli, Cadolah, was sent out against him, but he died on campaign and, in 820, his margarvate was invaded by Slovenes. In 821, an alliance was made with Borna, duke of the Dalmatia, and Ljudevit was brought to heel. Peace continued until 827, when the younger Louis had to deal with a Bulgar horde descending on Pannonia.

On the far southern edge of his great realm, Louis had to control theLombard princes of Benevento whom Charlemagne had never subjugated. He extracted promises from Princes Grimoald IV and Sico, but to no effect.

On the southwestern frontier, problems commenced early when, in 815, Séguin, duke of Gascony, revolted. He was defeated and replaced by Lupus III, who was dispossessed in 818 by the emperor. In 820 an assemblyat Quierzy-sur-Oise decided to send an expedition against the Cordoban caliphate. The counts in charge of the army, Hugh, count of Tours, and Matfrid, count of Orléans, were slow in acting and the expedition came to naught.

First civil war
In 818, as Louis was returning from a campaign to Brittany, he was greeted by news of the death of his wife, Ermengarde. Ermengarde was thedaughter of Ingerman, the duke of Hesbaye. Louis had been close to his wife, who had been involved in policymaking. It was rumoured that she had played a part in her nephew's death and Louis himself believed her own death was divine retribution for that event. It took many months for his courtiers and advisors to convince him to remarry, but eventually he did, in 820, to Judith, daughter of Welf, count of Altdorf. In 823 Judith gave birth to a son, who was named Charles.

The birth of this son damaged the Partition of Aachen, as Louis's attempts to provide for his fourth son met with stiff resistance from hisolder sons, and the last two decades of his reign were marked by civil war.

At Worms in 829, Louis gave Charles Alemannia with the title of king or duke (historians differ on this), thus enraging his son and co-emperor Lothair,[4] whose promised share was thereby diminished. An insurrection was soon at hand. With the urging of the vengeful Wala and the cooperation of his brothers, Lothair accused Judith of having committed adultery with Bernard of Septimania, even suggesting Bernard to be the true father of Charles. Ebbo and Hildwin abandoned the emperor at that point, Bernard having risen to greater heights than either of them. Agobard, Archbishop of Lyon, and Jesse, bishop of Amiens, too, opposed the redivision of the empire and lent their episcopal prestige to the rebels.

In 830, at Wala's insistence that Bernard of Septimania was plotting against him, Pepin of Aquitaine led an army of Gascons, with the support of the Neustrian magnates, all the way to Paris. At Verberie, Louisthe German joined him. At that time, the emperor returned from another campaign in Brittany to find his empire at war with itself. He marched as far as Compiègne, an ancient royal town, before being surrounded by Pepin's forces and captured. Judith was incarcerated at Poitiersand Bernard fled to Barcelona.

Then Lothair finally set out with a large Lombard army, but Louis hadpromised his sons Louis the German and Pepin of Aquitaine greater shares of the inheritance, prompting them to shift loyalties in favour oftheir father. When Lothair tried to call a general council of the realm in Nijmegen, in the heart of Austrasia, the Austrasians and Rhinelanders came with a following of armed retainers, and the disloyal sons were forced to free their father and bow at his feet (831). Lothair was pardoned, but disgraced and banished to Italy. Pepin returned to Aquitaine and Judith - after being forced to humiliate herself with a solemn oath of innocence - to Louis's court. Only Wala was severely dealt with, making his way to a secluded monastery on the shores of Lake Geneva. Though Hilduin, abbot of Saint Denis, was exiled to Paderborn and Elisachar and Matfrid were deprived of their honours north of the Alps; they did not lose their freedom.

Second civil war
The next revolt occurred a mere two years later (832). The disaffected Pepin was summoned to his father's court, where he was so poorly received he left against his father's orders. Immediately, fearing that Pepin would be stirred up to revolt by his nobles and desiring to reform his morals, Louis the Pious summoned all his forces to meet in Aquitaine in preparation of an uprising, but Louis the German garnered an army of Slav allies and conquered Swabia before the emperor could react. Once again the elder Louis divided his vast realm. At Jonac, he declared Charles king of Aquitaine and deprived Pepin (he was less harsh with the younger Louis), restoring the whole rest of the empire to Lothair, not yet involved in the civil war. Lothair was, however, interested in usurping his father's authority. His ministers had been in contact with Pepin and may have convinced him and Louis the German to rebel, promising him Alemannia, the kingdom of Charles.

Soon Lothair, with the support of Pope Gregory IV, whom he had confirmed in office without his father's support, joined the revolt in 833. While Louis was at Worms gathering a new force, Lothair marched north.Louis marched south. The armies met on the plains of the Rothfeld. There, Gregory met the emperor and may have tried to sow dissension amongst his ranks. Soon much of Louis's army had evaporated before his eyes, and he ordered his few remaining followers to go, because 'it wouldbe a pity if any man lost his life or limb on my account.' The resigned emperor was taken to Saint Médard at Soissons, his son Charles to Prüm, and the queen to Tortona. The despicable show of disloyalty and disingenuousness earned the site the name Field of Lies, or Lügenfeld, or Campus Mendacii, ubi plurimorum fidelitas exstincta est[5]

On November 13, 833, Ebbo of Rheims presided over a synod in the Church of Saint Mary in Soissons which deposed Louis and forced him to publicly confess many crimes, none of which he had, in fact, committed. In return, Lothair gave Ebbo the Abbey of Saint Vaast. Men like Rabanus Maurus, Louis' younger half-brothers Drogo and Hugh, and Emma, Judith's sister and Louis the German's new wife, worked on the younger Louis to make peace with his father, for the sake of unity of the empire.The humiliation to which Louis was then subjected at Notre Dame in Compiègne turned the loyal barons of Austrasia and Saxony against Lothair, and the usurper fled to Burgundy, skirmishing with loyalists near Châlons-sur-Saône. Louis was restored the next year, on 1 March 834.

On Lothair's return to Italy, Wala, Jesse, and Matfrid, formerly count of Orléans, died of a pestilence and, on 2 February 835, the Synod of Thionville deposed Ebbo, Agobard, Bernard, Bishop of Vienne, and Bartholomew, Archbishop of Narbonne. Lothair himself fell ill; events had turned completely in Louis favour once again.

In 836, however, the family made peace and Louis restored Pepin and Louis, deprived Lothair of all save Italy, and gave it to Charles in a new division, given at the diet of Crémieux. At about that time, the Vikings terrorised and sacked Utrecht and Antwerp. In 837, they went upthe Rhine as far as Nijmegen, and their king, Rorik, demanded the wergild of some of his followers killed on previous expeditions before Louis the Pious mustered a massive force and marched against them. They fled, but it would not be the last time they harried the northern coasts. In 838, they even claimed sovereignty over Frisia, but a treaty was confirmed between them and the Franks in 839. Louis the Pious ordered the construction of a North Sea fleet and the sending of missi dominici into Frisia to establish Frankish sovereignty there.

Third civil war
In 837, Louis crowned Charles king over all of Alemannia and Burgundyand gave him a portion of his brother Louis's land. Louis the German promptly rose in revolt, and the emperor redivided his realm again at Quierzy-sur-Oise, giving all of the young king of Bavaria's lands, save Bavaria itself, to Charles. Emperor Louis did not stop there, however. His devotion to Charles knew no bounds. When Pepin died in 838, Louis declared Charles the new king of Aquitaine. The nobles, however, elected Pepin's son Pepin II. When Louis threatened invasion, the thirdgreat civil war of his reign broke out. In the spring of 839, Louis the German invaded Swabia, Pepin II and his Gascon subjects fought all the way to the Loire, and the Danes returned to ravage the Frisian coast (sacking Dorstad for a second time).

Lothair, for the first time in a long time, allied with his father and pledged support at Worms in exchange for a redivision of the inheritance. By a final placitum issued there, Louis gave Bavaria to Louis the German and disinherited Pepin II, leaving the entire remainder of the empire to be divided roughly into an eastern part and a western. Lothair was given the choice of which partition he would inherit and he chose the eastern, including Italy, leaving the western for Charles. The emperor quickly subjugated Aquitaine and had Charles recognised by the nobles and clergy at Clermont-en-Auvergne in 840. Louis then, in afinal flash of glory, rushed into Bavaria and forced the younger Louis into the Ostmark. The empire now settled as he had declared it at Worms, he returned in July to Frankfurt am Main, where he disbanded thearmy. The final civil war of his reign was over.

Death
Louis fell ill soon after his final victorious campaigns and went to his summer hunting lodge on an island in the Rhine, by his palace at Ingelheim. On 20 June 840, he died, in the presence of many bishops andclerics and in the arms of his half-brother Drogo, though Charles andJudith were absent in Poitiers. Soon dispute plunged the surviving brothers into a civil war that was only settled in 843 by the Treaty of Verdun, which split the Frankish realm into three parts, to become thekernels of France and Germany, with Burgundy and the Low Countries between them. The dispute over the kingship of Aquitaine was not fully settled until 860.

Louis the Pious, along with his half-brother Drogo, were buried in Saint Pierre aux Nonnains Basilica in Metz.

By his first wife, Ermengarde of Hesbaye (married ca 794-98), he had three sons and three daughters:

Lothair (795-855), king of Middle Francia
Pepin (797-838), king of Aquitaine
Adelaide (b. c. 799), perhaps married Robert the Strong
Rotrude (b. 800), married Gerard
Hildegard (or Matilda) (b. c. 802), married Gerard, Count of Auvergne
Louis the German (c. 805-875), king of East Francia
By his second wife, Judith of Bavaria, he had a daughter and a son:

Gisela, married Eberhard I of Friuli
Charles the Bald, king of West Francia
By Theodelinde of Sens, he had two illegitimate children:

Arnulf of Sens
Alpais

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_the_Pious. He was born in 778. He was the son of Charlemagne Holy Roman Emperor and Hildegarde Of Swabia. Louis the Pious married Ermengarde of Hesbaye, daughter of Ingram Count of Hesbaye and Hedwig of Bavaria, in 794. Louis the Pious died in 840.

Children of Louis the Pious and Theodelinde of Sens

Children of Louis the Pious and Ermengarde of Hesbaye

Children of Louis the Pious and Judith of Bavaria

Levi Pitman

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     Levi Pitman married Juda Ann Cotner, daughter of Joel Cotner and Malinda Denbo, on 18 September 1866 at Harrison, Indiana.

Polly Pittinger1

F, b. 1770, d. 1850
     Polly Pittinger was born in 1770 at Maryland, USA.1 She died in 1850 at Fairfield, Ohio, USA.1

Child of Polly Pittinger and Peter Snoke

Citations

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Arthur Plantagenet1

M, b. 30 April 1186, d. 3 April 1203
Arthur Plantagenet|b. 30 Apr 1186\nd. 3 Apr 1203|p15.htm#i11041|Geoffrey Plantagenet|b. Jan 1158\nd. 19 Aug 1186|p15.htm#i11052|Constance of Brittany|b. 12 Jun 1166\nd. 5 Sep 1201|p4.htm#i2454|Henry I. Plantagenet|b. 5 Mar 1133\nd. 6 Jul 1189|p15.htm#i11055|Eleanor O. Aquitaine|b. 1122\nd. 31 Mar 1204|p1.htm#i485|Conan I. D. o. Brittany|b. 1138\nd. 20 Feb 1171|p4.htm#i2453|Margaret De Huntingdon|b. 1154\nd. 1201|p6.htm#i4352|
     Arthur Plantagenet was also known as Arthur Plantagenet. He was born on 30 April 1186 at Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, France.1 He was the son of Geoffrey Plantagenet and Constance of Brittany. Arthur Plantagenet was born in 1187. He died on 3 April 1203 at Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France, at age 16.1

Citations

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Blanche Plantagenet

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     Blanche Plantagenet is the daughter of Edmund (Crouchback) Plantagenet and Blanche of Artois. Blanche Plantagenet married John Of Gaunt Plantagenet, son of Edward III Plantagenet and Philippa D Avesnes, in 1359.

Child of Blanche Plantagenet and John Of Gaunt Plantagenet

Edmund (Crouchback) Plantagenet

M, b. 16 January 1245, d. 5 June 1295
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     Edmund (Crouchback) Plantagenet was born BET 16 JAN 1242/43 AND 1244 at London, England. He Edmund Crouchback, 1st Earl of Lancaster (January 16, 1245 - June 5, 1296) was the second surviving son of Eleanor of Provence and King Henry III of England.

Edmund was born in London. He was a younger brother of Edward I of England, Margaret of England, and Beatrice of England, and an older brother of Katherine of England.

In 1253 he was invested by Pope Innocent IV in the Kingdom of Sicily and Apulia. At about this time he was also made Earl of Chester. Thesewere of little value as Conrad IV of Germany, the real King of Sicily, was still living and the Earldom of Chester was transferred to his elder brother Edward.

Political Career
Edmund soon obtained, however, important possessions and dignities, for soon after the forfeiture of Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester in 1265, Edmund received the Earldom of Leicester and of Lancaster and also the honour of the Stewardship of England and the lands of Nicolas de Segrave. In 1267 he was granted the lordship of Builth Wells in opposition to the then holder, Llywelyn ap Gruffydd. To help him conquer the land he was also granted his elder brother's lordships of the Trilateral of Skenfrith, Grosmont and White Castle together with Monmouth.

In 1271 he accompanied his elder brother Edward on the Ninth Crusade to Palestine. Some historians, including the authors of the Encyclopedia Britannica article on him, state that it was because of this that he received the nickname Crouchback (which they say means 'cross back') indicating that he was entitled to wear a cross on his back.

On his return from the Crusade he seems to have made Grosmont Castle his favoured home and undertook much rebuilding there. His son Henry Plantagenet, 3rd Earl of Lancaster was apparently born there in 1281.

Family
He was married twice, first to Aveline de Forz, Countess of Albemarle(20 January 1259 Burstwick - 10 November 1274 Stockwell), on 8 April 1269, at Westminster Abbey. She died just 4 years after the marriage, at the age of 15, and was buried at Westminster Abbey. The couple had no children, though some sources believe she may have died in childbirth or shortly after a miscarriage.

He married a second time in Paris, on February 3, 1276, Blanche of Artois. That same year he became the Count of Champagne and Brie in France. With Blanche he had four children:

Thomas Plantagenet, Second Earl of Lancaster (b. 1278)
Henry Plantagenet, 3rd Earl of Lancaster (b. 1281)
John Plantagenet, Lord of Beaufort, (c. 1282 - 1327)
Mary Plantagenet (c. 1284 - c. 1289)
He died while besieging [Bordeaux]] for his brother on June 5, 1296 in Bayonne, and was interred on July 15, 1296 at Westminster Abbey, London, England.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edmund_Crouchback.
He was born on 16 January 1245 at London, England. He was the son of King Henry III Plantagenet and Eleanor Countess of Provence. Edmund (Crouchback) Plantagenet died on 5 June 1295 at age 50.

Children of Edmund (Crouchback) Plantagenet and Blanche of Artois

Edward I Plantagenet1

M, b. 17 June 1239, d. 7 July 1307
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     Edward I Plantagenet Edward I, called Longshanks (1239-1307), king of England (1272-1307),of the house of Plantagenet. He was born in Westminster on June 17, 1239, the eldest son of King Henry III, and at 15 married Eleanor of Castile. In the struggles of the barons against the crown for constitutional and ecclesiastical reforms, Edward took a vacillating course. When warfare broke out between the crown and the nobility, Edward foughton the side of the king, winning the decisive battle of Evesham in 1265. Five years later he left England to join the Seventh Crusade. Following his father's death in 1272, and while he was still abroad, Edward was recognized as king by the English barons; in 1273, on his return to England, he was crowned.

The first years of Edward's reign were a period of the consolidation of his power. He suppressed corruption in the administration of justice and passed legislation allowing feudal barons and the crown to collect revenues from properties willed to the church.

On the refusal of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, ruler of Wales, to submit to the English crown, Edward began the military conflict that resulted, in 1284, in the annexation of Llewelyn's principality to the English crown. In 1290 Edward expelled all Jews from England. War between England and France broke out in 1293 as a result of the efforts of France to curb Edward's power in Gascony. Edward lost Gascony in 1293 and didnot again come into possession of the duchy until 1303. About the same year in which he lost Gascony, the Welsh rose in rebellion.

Greater than either of these problems was the disaffection of the people of Scotland. In agreeing to arbitrate among the claimants to the Scottish throne, Edward, in 1291, had exacted as a prior condition the recognition by all concerned of his overlordship of Scotland. The Scots later repudiated him and made an alliance with France against England. To meet the critical situations in Wales and Scotland, Edward summoned a parliament, called the Model Parliament by historians because it was a representative body and in that respect was the forerunner ofall future parliaments. Assured by Parliament of support at home, Edward took the field and suppressed the Welsh insurrection. In 1296, after invading and conquering Scotland, he declared himself king of that realm. In 1298 he again invaded Scotland to suppress the revolt led bySir William Wallace. In winning the Battle of Falkirk in 1298, Edwardachieved the greatest military triumph of his career, but he failed to crush Scottish opposition.

The conquest of Scotland became the ruling passion of his life. He was, however, compelled by the nobles, clergy, and commons to desist in his attempts to raise by arbitrary taxes the funds he needed for campaigns. In 1299 Edward made peace with France and married Margaret, sister of King Philip III of France. Thus freed of war, he again undertookthe conquest of Scotland in 1303. Wallace was captured and executed in 1305. No sooner had Edward established his government in Scotland, however, than a new revolt broke out and culminated in the coronation of Robert Bruce as king of Scotland. In 1307 Edward set out for the third time to subdue the Scots, but he died en route near Carlisle on July 7, 1307.

October 28, 1307, BURIAL: Westminster Abbe, London, England[Keller and Hoyle Family of Western North Carolina.FTW]

Edward I, called Longshanks (1239-1307), king of England (1272-1307),of the house of Plantagenet. He was born in Westminster on June 17, 1239, the eldest son of King Henry III, and at 15 married Eleanor of Castile. In the struggles of the barons against the crown for constitutional and ecclesiastical reforms, Edward took a vacillating course. When warfare broke out between the crown and the nobility, Edward foughton the side of the king, winning the decisive battle of Evesham in 1265. Five years later he left England to join the Seventh Crusade. Following his father's death in 1272, and while he was still abroad, Edward was recognized as king by the English barons; in 1273, on his return to England, he was crowned.

The first years of Edward's reign were a period of the consolidation of his power. He suppressed corruption in the administration of justice and passed legislation allowing feudal barons and the crown to collect revenues from properties willed to the church.

On the refusal of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, ruler of Wales, to submit to the English crown, Edward began the military conflict that resulted, in 1284, in the annexation of Llewelyn's principality to the English crown. In 1290 Edward expelled all Jews from England. War between England and France broke out in 1293 as a result of the efforts of France to curb Edward's power in Gascony. Edward lost Gascony in 1293 and didnot again come into possession of the duchy until 1303. About the same year in which he lost Gascony, the Welsh rose in rebellion.

Greater than either of these problems was the disaffection of the people of Scotland. In agreeing to arbitrate among the claimants to the Scottish throne, Edward, in 1291, had exacted as a prior condition the recognition by all concerned of his overlordship of Scotland. The Scots later repudiated him and made an alliance with France against England. To meet the critical situations in Wales and Scotland, Edward summoned a parliament, called the Model Parliament by historians because it was a representative body and in that respect was the forerunner ofall future parliaments. Assured by Parliament of support at home, Edward took the field and suppressed the Welsh insurrection. In 1296, after invading and conquering Scotland, he declared himself king of that realm. In 1298 he again invaded Scotland to suppress the revolt led bySir William Wallace. In winning the Battle of Falkirk in 1298, Edwardachieved the greatest military triumph of his career, but he failed to crush Scottish opposition.

The conquest of Scotland became the ruling passion of his life. He was, however, compelled by the nobles, clergy, and commons to desist in his attempts to raise by arbitrary taxes the funds he needed for campaigns. In 1299 Edward made peace with France and married Margaret, sister of King Philip III of France. Thus freed of war, he again undertookthe conquest of Scotland in 1303. Wallace was captured and executed in 1305. No sooner had Edward established his government in Scotland, however, than a new revolt broke out and culminated in the coronation of Robert Bruce as king of Scotland. In 1307 Edward set out for the third time to subdue the Scots, but he died en route near Carlisle on July 7, 1307.

October 28, 1307, BURIAL: Westminster Abbe, London, England. He was born on 17 June 1239 at Westminster, Middlesex, England. He was born on 17 June 1239 at Westminster Palace, Westminster, London, England.1 He was the son of King Henry III Plantagenet and Eleanor Countess of Provence. Edward I Plantagenet married Eleanor Of Castile on 18 October 1254 at Burgos, Burgos, Spain. Edward I Plantagenet died on 7 July 1307 at Burgh-On-The-San, Cumberland, England, near Carlisle, at age 68.1 He died on 7 July 1307 at Burgh On Sands, Cumberland, England, at age 68.

Children of Edward I Plantagenet and Eleanor Of Castile

Children of Edward I Plantagenet and Marguerite Princess of France

Citations

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Edward II Plantagenet

M, b. 25 April 1284, d. 21 September 1327
Edward II Plantagenet|b. 25 Apr 1284\nd. 21 Sep 1327|p15.htm#i11045|Edward I Plantagenet|b. 17 Jun 1239\nd. 7 Jul 1307|p15.htm#i11044|Marguerite Princess of France||p15.htm#i11191|King H. I. Plantagenet|b. 1 Oct 1207\nd. 16 Nov 1272|p15.htm#i11065|Eleanor Countess of Provence|b. c 1223\nd. 25 Jun 1291|p5.htm#i3693|||||||
     Edward II Plantagenet Edward II (1284-1327), Plantagenet king of England (1307-1327), whoseincompetence and distaste for government finally led to his deposition and murder.

Edward was born on April 25, 1284, at Caernarfon (Caernarvon), Wales,the fourth son of King Edward I and his first wife, Eleanor of Castile. The deaths of his older brothers made the infant prince heir to thethrone; in 1301 he was proclaimed Prince of Wales, the first heir apparent in English history to bear that title. The prince was idle and frivolous, with no liking for military campaigning or affairs of state.Believing that the prince's close friend Piers Gaveston, a Gascon knight, was a bad influence on the prince, Edward I banished Gaveston. Onhis father's death, however, Edward II recalled his favorite. Gaveston incurred the opposition of the powerful English barony. The nobles were particularly angered in 1308, when Edward made Gaveston regent for the period of the king's absence in France, where he went to marry Isabella, daughter of King Philip IV. In 1311 the barons, led by Thomas, earl of Lancaster, forced the king to appoint from among them a committee of 21 nobles and prelates, called the lords ordainers. They proclaimed a series of ordinances that transferred the ruling power to themselves and excluded the commons and lower clergy from Parliament. After they had twice forced the king to banish Gaveston, and the king had each time recalled him, the barons finally had the king's favorite kidnapped and executed.

In the meantime, Robert Bruce had almost completed his reconquest of Scotland, which he had begun shortly after 1305. In 1314 Edward II andhis barons raised an army of some 100,000 men with which to crush Bruce, but in the attempt to lift the siege of Stirling they were decisively defeated (see Bannockburn, Battle of). For the following eight years the earl of Lancaster virtually ruled the kingdom. In 1322, however, with the advice and help of two new royal favorites, the baron Hughle Despenser, and his son, also Hugh le Despenser, Edward defeated Lancaster in battle and had him executed. The le Despensers thereupon became de facto rulers of England. They summoned a Parliament in which the commons were included and which repealed the ordinances of 1311 on the ground that they had been passed by the barons only. The repeal was a great step forward in English constitutional development, for it meant that thenceforth no law passed by Parliament was valid unless the House of Commons approved it.

Edward again futilely invaded Scotland in 1322, and in 1323 signed a 13-year truce with Bruce. In 1325 Queen Isabella accompanied the Prince of Wales to France, where, in accordance with feudal custom, he didhomage to king Charles IV for the fief of Aquitaine. Isabella, who desired to depose the le Despensers, allied herself with some barons whohad been exiled by Edward. In 1326, with their leader, Roger de Mortimer, Isabella raised an army and invaded England. Edward and his favorites fled, but his wife's army pursued and executed the le Despensers and imprisoned Edward. In January 1327, Parliament forced Edward to resign and proclaimed the Prince of Wales king as Edward III. On September 21 of that year Edward II was murdered by his captors at Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire.

Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2006. © 1993-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. He was born on 25 April 1284 at Caernarfon (Caernarvon), Wales. He was the son of Edward I Plantagenet and Marguerite Princess of France. Edward II Plantagenet died on 21 September 1327 at Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire, at age 43.

Child of Edward II Plantagenet and Isabella Princess of France

Edward III Plantagenet

M, b. 13 November 1312, d. 21 June 1377
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     Edward III Plantagenet was also known as Edward III Plantagenet. He Edward III (1312-1377), king of England (1327-1377), who initiated the long, drawn-out struggle with France called the Hundred Years' War.

Edward was born at Windsor on November 13, 1312, the elder son of King Edward II, of the house of Plantagenet. Involved by his mother, Isabella of France, in her intrigues against his father, he was proclaimed king after the latter was forced to abdicate in 1327. During Edward's minority, England was nominally ruled by a council of regency, but the actual power was in the hands of Isabella and her paramour, Roger de Mortimer. In 1330, however, the young king staged a palace coup andtook the power into his own hands. He had Mortimer hanged and confined his mother to her home.

Edward began a series of wars almost directly after he had control ofEngland. Taking advantage of civil war in Scotland in 1333, he invaded the country, defeated the Scots at Halidon Hill, England, and restored Edward de Baliol to the throne of Scotland. Baliol, however, was soon deposed, and later attempts by Edward to establish him permanentlyas king of Scotland were unsuccessful. In 1337 France came to the aidof Scotland. This action was the culminating point in a series of disagreements between France and England, and Edward declared war on Philip VI of France. In 1340 the English fleet destroyed a larger French fleet off Sluis, the Netherlands. The action resulted in a truce that, although occasionally disturbed, lasted for six years.

War broke out again in 1346. Edward, accompanied by his eldest son, Edward the Black Prince, invaded Normandy (Normandie) and won a great victory over France in the Battle of Crécy. He captured Calais in 1347,and a truce was reestablished. Edward returned to England, where he maintained one of the most magnificent courts in Europe. The war with France was renewed in 1355, and again the English armies were successful. The Peace of Calais, in 1360, gave England all of Aquitaine, and Edward in return renounced his claim, first made in 1328, to the French throne.

Edward continued to assert his will both domestically and abroad. In 1363 he concluded an agreement with his brother-in-law, David II of Scotland, uniting the two kingdoms in the event of David's death withoutmale issue. Three years later Edward repudiated the papacy's feudal supremacy over England, held in fief since 1213. He renewed his war with France, disavowing the Peace of Calais. This time, however, the English armies were unsuccessful. After the truce of 1375, Edward retained few of his previously vast possessions in France.

The king had, by this time, become senile. He was completely in the power of an avaricious mistress, Alice Perrers, who, along with his fourth son, John of Gaunt, dominated England. Perrers was banished by Parliament in 1376, and Edward himself died at Sheen (now Richmond) on June 21, 1377. He was succeeded by his grandson, Richard II.

Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2006. © 1993-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. He was born on 13 November 1312 at Windsor, England. He was born on 13 November 1312 at Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England. He was the son of Edward II Plantagenet and Isabella Princess of France. Edward III Plantagenet married Philippa D Avesnes between 24 January 1327 and 1328 at York Minster, York, Yorkshire, England. Edward III Plantagenet died on 21 June 1377 at Shene Palace, Surrey, England, at age 64. He died on 21 June 1377 at Sheen (Richmond), England, at age 64.

Child of Edward III Plantagenet

Child of Edward III Plantagenet and Philippa D Avesnes

Edward the Black Prince Plantagenet

M, b. 15 June 1330, d. 8 June 1376
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     Edward the Black Prince Plantagenet Edward, called the Black Prince (1330-1376), Prince of Wales, who distinguished himself as a military leader during the Hundred Years' War.

Edward was born at Woodstock in Oxfordshire on June 15, 1330, the sonof King Edward III of England. During his lifetime, he was called Edward of Woodstock; the name Black Prince was given him because of the black armor he wore. In 1346 Edward accompanied his father on the English campaign in Normandy (Normandie), and during the Battle of Crécy, when he was only 16, the prince won high acclaim for his command of theright wing of the English army.

In 1355 Edward was appointed his father's lieutenant in Gascony. He led the English army in a series of raids across southern France and in1356 defeated a French army at Poitiers, took King John II of France prisoner, and returned in triumph to England with his captive. In 1361he married his cousin Joan, countess of Kent (1328-1385) known as thefair maid of Kent. A year later his father created him prince of Aquitaine and Gascony, and he went to his domains in southern France. As lord of those lands, Edward became, under feudal law, a vassal of the French king.

During his rule the prince estranged the Gascon nobles, who believed that he was curtailing their feudal rights. After almost six years of peace, Edward, in 1367, led an expedition to Spain in order to restorePeter the Cruel, the deposed king of Castile, to his throne. During the successful Spanish campaign, Edward contracted an illness from which he never recovered; Peter furthermore refused to repay Edward the vast sums that had been expended on his behalf. On his return to Aquitaine, the prince levied taxes to pay for the expedition, but the disgruntled nobles protested to Edward's feudal lord, King Charles V of France. The prince refused to answer to the charges against him, and Charles renewed the war against England. A revolt against Edward spread through Aquitaine and Gascony, and despite his illness the prince led histroops against the city of Limoges, capturing it in 1370 and massacring its defenders. A year later he returned to England and resigned hisprincipality.

During the last years of his life, Edward was a leader of the political faction that rebelled against the misrule of his younger brother, John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster. Edward finally succumbed to his illness and died at Westminster on June 8, 1376. He was buried in Canterbury Cathedral, in which parts of his armor still hang

Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2006. © 1993-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. He was born on 15 June 1330 at Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England. He was the son of Edward III Plantagenet. Edward the Black Prince Plantagenet died on 8 June 1376 at Westminster, England, at age 45.

Child of Edward the Black Prince Plantagenet and Joan Countess of Kent

Eleanor Plantagenet

F, b. 1311, d. between 11 January 1371 and 1372
     Her married name was Fitzalan. Eleanor Plantagenet was born in 1311 at Grismond Castle, Monmouthshire, England. She married Richard Fitzalan, son of Edmund Fitzalan and Alice De Warren, between 5 February 1344 and 1345 at Ditton Church, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, England. Eleanor Plantagenet died between 11 January 1371 and 1372 at Arundel, Sussex, England.

Child of Eleanor Plantagenet and Richard Fitzalan

Eleanor Plantagenet1

F, b. 13 October 1162, d. 31 October 1214
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     Her married name was Castile. Eleanor Plantagenet was also known as Eleanor Plantagenet. She was born in 1161. She was born on 13 October 1162 at Falaise, Calvados, France.1 She was the daughter of Henry II Plantagenet and Eleanor Of Aquitaine. Eleanor Plantagenet married Alfonso The Good King of Castile, son of Sancho Alfonsez and Blanche De Navarre, on 21 September 1177 at Burgos Cathedral, Castile. Eleanor Plantagenet died on 31 October 1214 at Las Huelgas, Burgos, Burgos, Spain, at age 52.1

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Eleanor Plantagenet

F, b. 1215, d. 1275
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     Eleanor Plantagenet was born in 1215. She was the daughter of John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet and Isabella Countess of Angouleme. Eleanor Plantagenet died in 1275.

Eleanor Plantagenet

F, b. 1185, d. 12 August 1241
Eleanor Plantagenet|b. 1185\nd. 12 Aug 1241|p15.htm#i11051|Geoffrey Plantagenet|b. Jan 1158\nd. 19 Aug 1186|p15.htm#i11052|Constance of Brittany|b. 12 Jun 1166\nd. 5 Sep 1201|p4.htm#i2454|Henry I. Plantagenet|b. 5 Mar 1133\nd. 6 Jul 1189|p15.htm#i11055|Eleanor O. Aquitaine|b. 1122\nd. 31 Mar 1204|p1.htm#i485|Conan I. D. o. Brittany|b. 1138\nd. 20 Feb 1171|p4.htm#i2453|Margaret De Huntingdon|b. 1154\nd. 1201|p6.htm#i4352|
     Eleanor Plantagenet was born in 1185 at France.1 She was the daughter of Geoffrey Plantagenet and Constance of Brittany. Eleanor Plantagenet died on 12 August 1241 at Bristol Castle, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.1

Citations

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Geoffrey Plantagenet

M, b. January 1158, d. 19 August 1186
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     Geoffrey Plantagenet was born in January 1158 at Le Mans, Sarthe, France. He was the son of Henry II Plantagenet and Eleanor Of Aquitaine. Geoffrey Plantagenet died in 1186. He died on 19 August 1186 at Paris, France, at age 28.1

Children of Geoffrey Plantagenet and Constance of Brittany

Citations

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Hamelin Plantagenet

M, b. 1130, d. 7 May 1202
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     Hamelin Plantagenet Hamelin de Warenne (Plantagenet) 1129 - May 7, 1202) was an English nobleman who was prominent at the courts of the Angevin kings of England, Henry II, Richard I, and John.

He was an illegitimate son of Geoffrey of Anjou, and thus a half-brother of King Henry II, and an uncle of Richard the Lionheart and King John. His half-brother Henry gave him one of the wealthiest heiresses in England, Isabella de Warenne, in her own right Countess of Surrey. She was the widow of William of Blois. Hamelin and Isabella married inApril 1164, and after the marriage he was recognized as Comte de Warenne, that being the customary designation for what more technically should be Earl of Surrey. In consequence of the marriage Hamelin took the de Warenne toponymic, as did his descendants. He and Isabella wouldhave four children.

Warenne land in England centered around Conisbrough in Yorkshire, a location in which Hamelin built a powerful castle. He also possessed the third penny of County Surrey and held the castles of Mortemer and Bellencombre in Normandy.
Hamelin joined in the denunciations of Thomas Becket in 1164, although after Becket's death he became a great believer in Becket's sainthood, having, the story goes, been cured of blindness by the saint's help. In 1167, he escorted his niece Joan of England to Sicily for her marriage.

He remained loyal to Henry through all the problems of the later partof the king's reign when many nobles deserted him, and continued as aclose supporter of his nephew Richard I. During Richard's absence on the Third Crusade, he took the side of the regent William Longchamp. Hamelin appeared in the 2nd coronation of King Richard in 1194 and at King John's coronation in 1199.

He died in 1202 and was buried at the Chapter House at Lewes Priory, in Sussex. He was succeeded by his son William de Warenne, 6th Earl ofSurrey. A daughter, named Adela, was the mistress of her cousin King John of England, and by him the mother of Richard Fitz Roy.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamelin_de_Warenne. He was born in 1130 at Normandy, France. He was the son of Geoffrey V Plantagenet Count of Anjou. Hamelin Plantagenet married Isabel De Warrene, daughter of William III (Earl Surrey) De Warenne and Ela Talvas, in April 1164 at Surrey, England. Hamelin Plantagenet died on 7 May 1202 at Lewes, Sussex, England.

Children of Hamelin Plantagenet and Isabel De Warrene

Henry Plantagenet

M, b. 1281, d. 22 September 1345
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     Henry Plantagenet Henry Plantagenet, 3rd Earl of Lancaster (1281 - March 25, 1345) was an English nobleman, one of the principals behind the deposition of Edward II.

He was the younger son of Blanche of Artois and Edmund Crouchback, 1st Earl of Lancaster, Earl of Leicester, who was a son of Henry III ofEngland and Eleanor of Provence.

Henry's elder brother Thomas, 2nd Earl of Lancaster succeeded their father in 1296, but Henry was summoned to Parliament on February 6, 1298/99 by writ directed Henrico de Lancastre nepoti Regis, by which he is held to have become Lord Lancaster. He took part in the siege of Carlaverock in July 1300.

Petition for succession and inheritance
Thomas was convicted of treason, executed and his lands and titles forfeited in 1322. But Henry, who had not participated in his brother's rebellion, petitioned for his brother's lands and titles, and on March29, 1324 he was invested as Earl of Leicester, and a few years later the earldom of Lancaster was also restored to him.

Revenge
On the Queen’s return to England with Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March in September 1326, Henry joined her party against King Edward II, which led to a general desertion of the King’s cause and overturned thepower of Hugh le Despenser, 1st Earl of Winchester and his namesake son Hugh the younger Despenser.

He was sent in pursuit and captured the king at Neath in South Wales.He was appointed to take charge of the King, and was responsible for his custody at Kenilworth Castle.

Full restoration and reward
After Edward II's death Henry was appointed guardian of the new king Edward III of England, and was also appointed captain-general of all the King's forces in the Scottish Marches.

Loss of sight
In about the year 1330, he became blind.

Succession
He was succeeded as Earl of Lancaster and Leicester by his eldest son, Henry of Grosmont, who subsequently became Duke of Lancaster.

Family
He married Maud Chaworth, before 2 March 1296/1297.

Henry and Maud had seven children:

Henry of Grosmont, 1st Duke of Lancaster, (about 1300-1360/61)
Blanche of Lancaster, (about 1305 - 1380)
Maud of Lancaster, (about 1310-1377); married William de Burgh, 3rd Earl of Ulster
Joan of Lancaster, (about 1312-1345)
Isabel of Lancaster, Abbess of Ambresbury, (about 1317-after 1347)
Eleanor of Lancaster, (about 1318-1371/72) married (1) John De Beaumont and (2) 5 Feb. 1344/5, Richard FitzAlan, 10th Earl of Arundel;
Mary of Lancaster, (about 1320-1362), who married Henry, 3rd Baron Percy and was the mother of Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry%2C_3rd_Earl_of_Lancaster. He was born in 1281. He was the son of Edmund (Crouchback) Plantagenet and Blanche of Artois. Henry Plantagenet died on 22 September 1345.

Child of Henry Plantagenet and Maud De Chaworth

Henry II Plantagenet1

M, b. 5 March 1133, d. 6 July 1189
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     Henry II Plantagenet Henry II (of England) (1133-1189), king of England (1154-1189), firstmonarch of the house of Anjou, or Plantagenet, an important administrative reformer, who was one of the most powerful European rulers of his time.

Born March 5, 1133, at Le Mans, France, Henry became duke of Normandyin 1151. The following year, on the death of his father, he inheritedthe Angevin territories in France. By his marriage in 1152 to Eleanorof Aquitaine, Henry added vast territories in southwestern France to his possessions. Henry claimed the English kingship through his mother, Matilda. She had been designated the heiress of Henry I but had been deprived of the succession by her cousin, Stephen of Blois, who made himself king. In 1153 Henry defeated Stephen's armies in England and compelled the king to choose him as his successor; on Stephen's death, the following year, Henry became king. During the first few years of his reign Henry quelled the disorders that had developed during Stephen's reign, regained the northern counties of England, which had previously been ceded to Scotland, and conquered North Wales. In 1171-1172 he began the Norman conquest of Ireland and in 1174 forced William the Lion, king of the Scots, to recognize him as overlord.

In 1164 Henry became involved in a quarrel with Saint Thomas à Becket, whom he had appointed archbishop of Canterbury. By the Constitutions of Clarendon, the king decreed that priests accused of crimes should be tried in royal courts; Becket claimed that such cases should be handled by ecclesiastical courts, and the controversy that followed ended in 1170 with Becket's murder by four of Henry's knights. Widespread indignation over the murder forced the king to rescind his decree and recognize Becket as a martyr.

Although he failed to subject the church to his courts, Henry's judicial reforms were of lasting significance. In England he established a centralized system of justice accessible to all freemen and administered by judges who traveled around the country at regular intervals. He also began the process of replacing the old trial by ordeal with modern court procedures.

From the beginning of his reign, Henry was involved in conflict with Louis VII, king of France, and later with Louis's successor, Philip II, over the French provinces that Henry claimed. A succession of rebellions against Henry, headed by his sons and furthered by Philip II andby Eleanor of Aquitaine, began in 1173 and continued until his death at Chinon, France, on July 6, 1189. Henry was succeeded by his son Richard I, called Richard the Lion-Hearted.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_II_of_England. He was born on 5 March 1133 at Le Mans, Sarthe, France.2 He was the son of Geoffrey V Plantagenet Count of Anjou and Matilda (Empress Maud) of England. Henry II Plantagenet married Eleanor Of Aquitaine, daughter of William X of Aquitaine and Aenor de Châtellerault, on 18 May 1153 at Bordeaux, Gironde, France. Henry II Plantagenet died on 6 July 1189 at Chinon, Indre-Et-Loire, France, at age 56.2

Children of Henry II Plantagenet and Eleanor Of Aquitaine

Citations

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Henry the Young King Plantagenet

M, b. 28 February 1155, d. 11 June 1183
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     Henry the Young King Plantagenet was also known as Henry 'the Young' Plantagenet.1 He Henry the Young King (February 28, 1155 - June 11, 1183) was the second of five sons of Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine.

Henry was a younger maternal half-brother of Marie de Champagne and Alix of France. He was a younger brother of William, Count of Poitiers.He was also an older brother to Matilda of England, Richard I of England, Geoffrey II, Duke of Brittany, Leonora of Aquitaine, Joan of England and John Lackland.

We know little of the Young Henry before the events associated with his marriage and coronation. In June 1170 the fifteen-year-old Henry was crowned king during his father's lifetime, an adoption into Englandof the practice current in the rival French Capetian dynasty. A Latinpoem by a court official written to commemorate the coronation hints at the charisma that already then hung around this charming and handsome young royal prince. It describes him in 1170 as a youth of strikingbeauty, tall but well proportioned, broad-shouldered with a long and elegant neck, pale and freckled skin, bright and wide blue eyes, witha thick mop of the reddish-gold hair characteristic of his dynasty.

He was known in his own lifetime as 'Henry the Young King' to distinguish him from the elder Henry his father Henry II of England. Because he predeceased his father, he is not counted in the numerical succession of kings of England. Nonetheless, he was an anointed king and his royal status was not disputed. There is a question about his knighting.According to one of Becket's correspondents Henry was knighted by hisfather before the coronation. But the biographer of William Marshal asserts that the king was knighted by William in the course of the rebellion of 1173.

[edit] Tournament hero and celebrity
Henry did not seem much interested in the day-to-day business of government, which distinguished him from his father and younger brothers. The majority opinion amongst historians is that of W. L. Warren (1973), 'The Young Henry was the only one of his family who was popular in his own day. It was true that he was also the only one who gave no evidence of political sagacity, military skill, or even ordinary intelligence…', and elaborated in a later book, 'He was gracious, benign, affable, courteous, the soul of liberality and generosity. Unfortunately he was also shallow, vain, careless, empty-headed, incompetent, improvident, and irresponsible.'

However, the Young King's contemporary reputation was by no means so negative. This had much to do with his place in the enthusiastic tournament culture of his own day. We can see this from his appearances in the History of William Marshal, the biography of the knight who was assigned to him as a tutor in 1170, and who became his tournament team leader until 1182. The History depicts him as constantly moving from tournament to tournament across northern and central France between 1175and 1182. With his first cousin Count Philip of Flanders and Baldwin V, count of Hainault and Namur, he was one of the key patrons of the sport. He is said to have spent over £200 a day on the great retinue ofknights he brought to the tournament of Lagny-sur-Marne in November 1179.

If he lacked political weight, the Young King's patronage gave him celebrity status throughout western Europe. The baron and troubador, Bertran de Born, who knew him, said that he was '…the best king who ever took up a shield, the most daring and best of all tourneyers. From thetime when Roland was alive, and even before, never was seen a knight so skilled, so warlike, whose fame resounded so around the world - even if Roland did come back, or if the world were searched as far as the River Nile and the setting sun.' There was a perception amongst hiscontemporaries and the next generation that his death in 1183 markeda decline both in the tournament and knightly endeavour. His former chaplain, Gervase of Tilbury, said that 'his death was the end of everything knightly'.

[edit] Political career
The Young Henry played an important part in the politics of his father's reign. On November 2, 1160 he was married to Marguerite of France,daughter of King Louis VII of France by his second wife Constance of Castile, when he was 5 years of age and she was 2. The marriage was anattempt to settle the long struggle between the Plantagenets and Capetians over the possession of the frontier district of the Norman Vexin, which Louis VII had acquired from Henry II's father, Geoffrey Plantagenet, around 1144. By the terms of the settlement, Marguerite would bring the castles of the Norman Vexin to her new husband. However, themarriage was pushed through by Henry II when Young Henry and Marguerite were small children, so that he could seize the castles. A bitter border war followed between the kings.

Young Henry fell out with his father in 1173. Contemporary chroniclers allege that it was due to the young man's frustration that his father had given him no realm to rule, and that he felt starved of funds. The rebellion seems however to have drawn strength from much deeper discontent with his father's rule, and a formidable party of English andNorman magnates joined him. The civil war (1173-74) came close to toppling the king, and he was narrowly saved by the loyalty of a party ofEnglish court aristocracy and the defeat and capture of the king of Scotland. Young Henry sought a reconciliation after the capture of his mother and the failure of the revolt. By the terms of the settlement his funds were much increased and he apparently devoted most of the next seven years to the amusement of the tournament.

In November 1179 he represented his father at the coronation of Philip Augustus as associate king of France at Reims. He acted as Steward of France and carried the crown in the coronation procession. Later heplayed a leading role in the celebratory tournament held at Lagny-sur-Marne, to which he brought a retinue of over 500 knights at huge expense.

The Young Henry's affairs took a turn for the worse in 1182. He fell out with William Marshal, his tournament team manager. The Marshal biographer suggests that Marshal's disgrace was because he had indulged in a clandestine affair with Queen Marguerite. D. Crouch, the Marshal's principal modern biographer, proves that the charge against Williamwas actually one of lèse majesté, brought on by Marshal's own arrogance and greed. The charge of adultery was only introduced in the Life of William Marshal as a distraction from the real charges, of which hewas most probably guilty. Though the Young King sent his wife early in 1183 to the French court, it was done most likely to keep her safe in the impending war with his brother Richard rather than because she was in disgrace.

The only child of Henry and Marguerite was William, born prematurely on June 19, 1177, and dying on June 22 of the same year. This difficult delivery may have rendered her sterile, as she had no further children by Henry or her second husband.

[edit] Death and burial
Henry the Young King died in the summer of 1183, during the course ofa campaign in the Limousin against his father and his brother, Richard. He had just completed a pillage of local monasteries to raise moneyto pay his mercenaries. He contracted dysentery at the beginning of June. Weakening fast, he was taken to the castle of Martel, near Limoges. It was clear to his household that he was dying on 7 June when he was confessed and received the last rites. As a token of his penitence for his war against his father he prostrated himself naked on the floor before a crucifix. He made a testament and since he had taken a crusader's vow, he gave his cloak to his friend William Marshal with the plea that he should take the cloak (presumably with the crusader's cross stitched to it) to the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. On his deathbedhe reportedly asked to be reconciled to his father, but King Henry, fearing a trick, refused to see him. He died on 11 June clasping a ringhis father had sent instead as a sign of his forgiveness. After his death, his father is said to have exclaimed: 'He cost me much, but I wish he had lived to cost me more.'

The events that followed his death are worthy of comment. There was an attempt by his mother and a faction of his friends to promote his sainthood. Thomas of Earley, archdeacon of Wells, published a sermon not long afterwards which detailed miraculous events attending the cortège which took his body north to Normandy. The cortège was something of a shambles. A member of his household was seized by his mercenary captains for debts the late king had owed them. The knights accompanying his corpse were so penniless they had to be fed by charity at the monastery of Vigeois. There were large and emotional gatherings wherever his body rested. At Le Mans, the local bishop halted the processionand ordered the body buried in his cathedral, perhaps to help defuse the civil unrest Henry's death had caused. The dean of Rouen recoveredthe body from the chapter of Le Mans a month later by law suit so theYoung Henry could be buried in Normandy as he had desired in his testament. His remains rest in Rouen Cathedral, where his tomb can be seen, appropriately, on the opposite side of the altar from the resting place of the bowels of his younger brother Richard, with whom he was perpetually quarrelling. The tomb of the archbishop of Rouen, who had married him and Margaret, lies nearby in the ambulatory. His brothers Richard the Lionheart and John Lackland both later became king.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_the_Young_King. He was born on 28 February 1155 at Bermondsey, France.1 He was the son of Henry II Plantagenet and Eleanor Of Aquitaine. Henry the Young King Plantagenet died on 11 June 1183 at Martel at age 28.1

Citations

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Ida Isobel Plantagenet

F, b. 1154, d. 1212
Ida Isobel Plantagenet|b. 1154\nd. 1212|p15.htm#i11057|Hamelin Plantagenet|b. 1130\nd. 7 May 1202|p15.htm#i11053|Isabel De Warrene|b. 1137\nd. 13 Jul 1199|p7.htm#i4544|Geoffrey V. P. C. o. Anjou|b. 24 Aug 1113\nd. 7 Sep 1151|p1.htm#i453||||William III (Earl Surrey) De Warenne|b. 1118\nd. BET 19 JAN 1144/45 AND 1146|p7.htm#i4541|Ela Talvas|b. 1124\nd. 4 Oct 1174|p19.htm#i13687|
     Her married name was Bigod. Ida Isobel Plantagenet was born in 1154. She was born in 1154 at Norfolk, Norfolk, England.1 She was the daughter of Hamelin Plantagenet and Isabel De Warrene. Ida Isobel Plantagenet married Roger Bigod, son of Hugh Bigod and Julianne De Vere, in 1185.1 Ida Isobel Plantagenet died in 1212 at Thetford, England Thetford, Norfolk, England.1

Child of Ida Isobel Plantagenet and Roger Bigod

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Isabelle Plantagenet

F, b. 1214, d. 1241
Isabelle Plantagenet|b. 1214\nd. 1241|p15.htm#i11058|John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet|b. 24 Dec 1167\nd. 19 Oct 1216|p15.htm#i11063|Isabella Countess of Angouleme|b. 1187\nd. 31 May 1246|p1.htm#i446|Henry I. Plantagenet|b. 5 Mar 1133\nd. 6 Jul 1189|p15.htm#i11055|Eleanor O. Aquitaine|b. 1122\nd. 31 Mar 1204|p1.htm#i485|||||||
     Isabelle Plantagenet was born in 1214. She was the daughter of John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet and Isabella Countess of Angouleme. Isabelle Plantagenet died in 1241.

Joan Plantagenet

F, b. 1165, d. 1199
Joan Plantagenet|b. 1165\nd. 1199|p15.htm#i11059|Henry II Plantagenet|b. 5 Mar 1133\nd. 6 Jul 1189|p15.htm#i11055|Eleanor Of Aquitaine|b. 1122\nd. 31 Mar 1204|p1.htm#i485|Geoffrey V. P. C. o. Anjou|b. 24 Aug 1113\nd. 7 Sep 1151|p1.htm#i453|Matilda (Empress Maud) of England|b. 5 Aug 1102\nd. 10 Sep 1169|p15.htm#i10639|William X. o. Aquitaine||p1.htm#i495|Aenor de Châtellerault||p6.htm#i4252|
     Her married name was Sicily. Joan Plantagenet was also known as Joan King of Sicily. She Joan of England (October, 1165 - 4 September 1199) was the seventh child of King Henry II of England and his Queen consort, Eleanor of Aquitaine.

Joan was a younger maternal half-sister of Marie de Champagne and Alix of France. She was a younger sister of William, Count of Poitiers, Henry the Young King, Matilda of England, Richard I of England, Geoffrey II, Duke of Brittany and Leonora of Aquitaine. She was also an older sister of John of England.

Joan was born at Château d'Angers in Anjou, and spent her youth at her mother's courts at Winchester and Poitiers. In 1176, King William II of Sicily sent ambassadors to the English court to ask for Joan's hand in marriage. The betrothal was confirmed on May 20, and on August 27 Joan set sail for Sicily, escorted by John of Oxford, the bishop ofNorwich and her uncle, Hamelin de Warenne, 5th Earl of Surrey. In Saint Gilles, her entourage was met by representatives of the Kingdom of Sicily: Alfano, Archbishop of Capua, and Richard Palmer, Bishop of Syracuse.

After a hazardous voyage, Joan arrived safely, and on February 13, 1177, she married William II of Sicily and was crowned Queen of Sicily at Palermo Cathedral. They had one son, Bohemond, born in 1181 and whodied in infancy. Following William's death in 1189, she was kept a prisoner by the new king, Tancred of Sicily.

Third Crusade
Finally, her brother Richard I of England arrived in Italy in 1190, on the way to the Holy Land. He demanded her return, along with every penny of her dowry. When Tancred balked at these demands, Richard seized a monastery and the castle of La Bagnara. He decided to spend the winter in Italy and attacked and subdued the city of Messina. Finally, Tancred agreed to the terms and sent Joan's dowry. In March 1191 Eleanor of Aquitaine arrived in Messina with Richard's bride, Berengaria ofNavarre.

Eleanor returned to England, leaving Berengaria in Joan's care. Richard decided to postpone his wedding, put his sister and bride on a ship, and set sail. Two days later the fleet was hit by a fierce storm, destroying several ships and blowing Joan and Berengaria's ship off course. Richard landed safely in Crete, but they were stranded near Cyprus. The self-appointed despot of Cyprus, Isaac Comnenus was about to capture them when Richard's fleet suddenly appeared. The princesses weresaved, but the despot made off with Richard's treasure. Richard pursued and captured Isaac, threw him into a dungeon, and sent Joan and Berengaria on to Acre.

Joan was Richard's favourite sister, but he was not above using her as a bargaining chip in his political schemes. He even suggested marrying her to Saladin's brother, Al-Adil, and making them joint rulers ofJerusalem. This plan fell apart when Joan refused to marry a Muslim and Al-Adil refused to marry a Christian. King Philip II of France alsoexpressed some interest in marrying her, but this scheme, too, failed(possibly on grounds of affinity, since Philip's father Louis VII hadformerly been married to her mother).

Countess of Toulouse
Joan was married in October 1196, at Rouen, to Raymond VI of Toulouse, with Quercy and the Agenais as her dowry. She was the mother of hissuccessor Raymond VII of Toulouse (1197-1249), and a short lived daughter (1198).

This new husband treated her none too gently, however, and Joan came to fear him and his knights. In 1199, while pregnant with a third child, Joan was left to face alone a rebellion in which the lords of Saint-Félix-de-Caraman were prominent. She laid siege to their castle at les Cassès but was menaced by treachery. Escaping this threat, Joan travelled northwards, hoping for her brother's protection, but found him dead at Chalus.[1] She then fled to her mother Queen Eleanor's court at Rouen, where she was offered refuge and care.

Joan asked to be admitted to Fontevrault Abbey, an unusual request for a married, pregnant woman, but this request was granted. She died in childbirth and was veiled a nun on her deathbed. Her son lived justlong enough to be baptised (he was named Richard). Joan was thirty-three years old. She was buried at Fontevrault Abbey, and fifty years later her son Raymond VII would be interred next to her.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_of_England%2C_Queen_of_Sicily. She was born in 1165. She was the daughter of Henry II Plantagenet and Eleanor Of Aquitaine. Joan Plantagenet married William II King of Sicily, son of William I Bad King of Sicily and Margarita De Navarra, in 1177. Joan Plantagenet died in 1199.

Joan Plantagenet1

F, b. 1272, d. 23 April 1307
Joan Plantagenet|b. 1272\nd. 23 Apr 1307|p15.htm#i11060|Edward I Plantagenet|b. 17 Jun 1239\nd. 7 Jul 1307|p15.htm#i11044|Eleanor Of Castile|b. 1244\nd. 29 Nov 1290|p15.htm#i10637|King H. I. Plantagenet|b. 1 Oct 1207\nd. 16 Nov 1272|p15.htm#i11065|Eleanor Countess of Provence|b. c 1223\nd. 25 Jun 1291|p5.htm#i3693|||||||
     Her married name was De Clare. Joan Plantagenet Joan of Acre (April 1272 - April 7, 1307) was a daughter of King Edward I of England and his first wife, Eleanor of Castile (1241-1290).

Born on the Ninth Crusade
Joan got her name from her birthplace, Acre, in Palestine. It differentiates her from an earlier Joan born to the couple, who died in infancy. Joan of Acre was born while her Royal parents were traveling to the Middle East on the Ninth Crusade.

French Childhood
At least part of her childhood she spent in France with her maternal grandmother, Jeanne de Dammartin, Countess of Ponthieu. She was betrothed as a child to Hartman, son of King Rudolph I of Germany, but he died in 1282 after drowning in the Rhine.

Marriage & Issue
In 30 April 1290, at Westminster Abbey, Joan married Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Hertford. He was nearly thirty years her senior. Their four children were:

Gilbert de Clare, 8th Earl of Hertford
Eleanor de Clare
Margaret de Clare
Elizabeth de Clare

Secret 2nd Marriage
Following her husband's death in 1295, Joan clandestinely married Ralph de Monthermer, 1st Baron Monthermer, a knight in her household, in January 1297. Her father, King Edward I, was enraged by this lowly second marriage, especially since he was arranging a marriage for her to Amadeus V, Count of Savoy.

He had Monthermer thrown in prison, and Joan had to plead for the release of her husband. According to the St. Albans chronicler, she told her father, 'No one sees anything wrong if a great Earl marries a poorand lowly woman. Why should there be anything wrong if a countess marries a young and promising man?' At last her father relented, releasedMonthermer from prison in August 1297, and allowed him to hold the title of Earl of Gloucester and Earl of Hereford during Joan's lifetime.

Issue
Monthermer and Joan had four children:

Mary de Monthermer, born October 1297. In 1306 her grandfather King Edward I arranged for her to wed Duncan Macduff, 8th Earl of Fife.
Joan de Monthermer, born 1299, became a nun at Amesbury.
Thomas de Monthermer, 2nd Baron Monthermer, born 1301.
Edward de Monthermer, born 1304 and died 1339. He fought in the Scottish campaign in 1335, but spent much of his life in service to his half-sister Elizabeth, who provided for him during his last illness and buried him next to their mother.

Death in Childbirth
Joan died in childbirth in 1307 at the manor of Clare in Suffolk, England, a family possession, and was buried with her stillborn child, 23April 1307, at the Augustinian priory there. Miracles were said to occur at her grave, especially the healing of toothache, back pain, and fever.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_of_Acre. She was born in 1272 at Acre, Palestine.1 She was the daughter of Edward I Plantagenet and Eleanor Of Castile. Joan Plantagenet married Gilbert De Clare, son of Richard De Clare and Maud De Lacy, on 30 April 1290 at Westminster Abbey, London, England. Joan Plantagenet died on 23 April 1307 at Clare, Suffolk, England.1

Child of Joan Plantagenet and Ralph de Monthermer

Children of Joan Plantagenet and Gilbert De Clare

Citations

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Joan Plantagenet1

F, b. 1210, d. 30 March 1238
Joan Plantagenet|b. 1210\nd. 30 Mar 1238|p15.htm#i11061|John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet|b. 24 Dec 1167\nd. 19 Oct 1216|p15.htm#i11063|Isabella Countess of Angouleme|b. 1187\nd. 31 May 1246|p1.htm#i446|Henry I. Plantagenet|b. 5 Mar 1133\nd. 6 Jul 1189|p15.htm#i11055|Eleanor O. Aquitaine|b. 1122\nd. 31 Mar 1204|p1.htm#i485|||||||
     Joan Plantagenet was born in 1210 at Coucy, Alsne, France.1 She was the daughter of John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet and Isabella Countess of Angouleme. Joan Plantagenet died on 30 March 1238 at Court of Aber.1

Children of Joan Plantagenet and Llewellyn Ap Jorwerth Prince of North Wales

Citations

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Joan Plantagenet

F, d. 1349
Joan Plantagenet|d. 1349|p15.htm#i11062|Henry Plantagenet|b. 1281\nd. 22 Sep 1345|p15.htm#i11054|Maud De Chaworth||p6.htm#i4250|Edmund (Crouchback) Plantagenet|b. 16 Jan 1245\nd. 5 Jun 1295|p15.htm#i11043|Blanche of Artois||p15.htm#i10633|Patrick De Chaworth||p6.htm#i4251|Isabella De Beauchamp||p6.htm#i4186|
     Joan Plantagenet was the daughter of Henry Plantagenet and Maud De Chaworth. Joan Plantagenet Joan Plantagenet of Lancaster (c. 1310 Norfolk, England - July 7, 1345) was the daughter of Henry, 3rd Earl of Lancaster. She married John de Mowbray, 3rd Baron Mowbray and was the mother of John de Mowbray, 4th Baron Mowbray. Joan died in Yorkshire, England of the plague.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_of_Lancaster. She died in 1349.

Child of Joan Plantagenet and John De Mowbray

John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet1

M, b. 24 December 1167, d. 19 October 1216
John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet|b. 24 Dec 1167\nd. 19 Oct 1216|p15.htm#i11063|Henry II Plantagenet|b. 5 Mar 1133\nd. 6 Jul 1189|p15.htm#i11055|Eleanor Of Aquitaine|b. 1122\nd. 31 Mar 1204|p1.htm#i485|Geoffrey V. P. C. o. Anjou|b. 24 Aug 1113\nd. 7 Sep 1151|p1.htm#i453|Matilda (Empress Maud) of England|b. 5 Aug 1102\nd. 10 Sep 1169|p15.htm#i10639|William X. o. Aquitaine||p1.htm#i495|Aenor de Châtellerault||p6.htm#i4252|
     John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet John (of England), called John Lackland (1167-1216), king of England (1199-1216), best known for signing the Magna Carta.

John was born in Oxford on December 24, 1167, the youngest son of King Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine. Henry provided for the eventual inheritance of his lands by his older sons before John was born. By 1186, however, only Richard I, the Lion-Hearted, and John were left as Henry's heirs. In 1189, as Henry neared death, John joined Richard's rebellion against their father, and when Richard was crowned, he gave John many estates and titles. John tried but failed to usurp the Crown while Richard was away on the Third Crusade. Upon returning to England,Richard forgave him. When his brother died in 1199, John became king.A revolt ensued by the supporters of Arthur of Brittany, the son of John's brother, Geoffrey. Arthur was defeated and captured in 1202, andJohn is believed to have had him murdered. King Philip II of France continued Arthur's war until John had to surrender nearly all his French possessions in 1204. In 1207 John refused to accept the election ofStephen Langton as archbishop of Canterbury. Pope Innocent III then excommunicated him and began negotiating with Philip for an invasion ofEngland. Desperate, John surrendered England to the pope and in 1213 received it back as a fief. Trying to regain his French possession, hewas decisively defeated by Philip in 1214. John's reign had become increasingly tyrannical; to support his wars he had extorted money, raised taxes, and confiscated properties. His barons finally united to force him to respect their rights and privileges. John had little choice but to sign the Magna Carta presented to him by his barons at Runnymede in 1215, making him subject, rather than superior, to the law. Shortly afterward John and the barons were at war. He died at Newark in Nottinghamshire on October 19, 1216, while still pursuing the campaign, and was succeeded by his son, Henry III.

BURIAL: Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire, England. He was born on 24 December 1167 at Kings Manorhouse, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.1 He was the son of Henry II Plantagenet and Eleanor Of Aquitaine. John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet married Isabella Countess of Angouleme on 26 August 1200 at Bordeaux, Gironde, France. John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet died on 19 October 1216 at Newark Castle, Newark, Nottinghamshire, England, at age 48.1

Children of John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet and Isabella Countess of Angouleme

Citations

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John Of Gaunt Plantagenet

M, b. between 1340 and 1343, d. between 3 February 1398 and 1399
John Of Gaunt Plantagenet|b. bt 1340 - 1343\nd. bt 3 Feb 1398 - 1399|p15.htm#i11064|Edward III Plantagenet|b. 13 Nov 1312\nd. 21 Jun 1377|p15.htm#i11046|Philippa D Avesnes|b. 1314\nd. 15 Aug 1369|p6.htm#i4111|Edward I. Plantagenet|b. 25 Apr 1284\nd. 21 Sep 1327|p15.htm#i11045|Isabella Princess of France||p15.htm#i11190|||||||
     John Of Gaunt Plantagenet died BET 03 FEB 1396/97 AND 1398. He died BET 03 FEB 1397/98 AND 1399. He was born BET MAR 1337/38 AND 1339 at Ghent, Belgium. He was born BET MAR 1338/39 AND 1340 at Ghent, Belgium. John Of Gaunt Plantagenet was also known as John of Gaunt. He Duke of Lancaster John of Gaunt (1340-1399), English soldier and statesman, the fourth son of King Edward III of England, and brother of Edward, the Black Prince. John was born in March 1340 in Ghent (M.E., Gaunt), now in Belgium. In 1359 he married Blanche, daughter of Henry, duke of Lancaster; when Henry died, John became duke.

John of Gaunt played an important part in the wars of the period between England and France and between England and Spain. He commanded a division of the English army, led by the Black Prince, that defeated the army of Henry (later Henry II, king of Castile and León) at Nájera in 1367. As a result of his second marriage, to Constance, daughter ofPeter the Cruel (king of Castile and León), John laid claim to the throne of Castile. During the Hundred Years' War, he aided (1370-1371) the Black Prince against France and established English rule over most of southern France. After a severe illness forced the return of the Black Prince to England, John took command of the English armies; by 1380 he had lost much of the territory the English had previously won. In 1386 John invaded Castile, but was defeated by John I, king of Castile and León. John of Gaunt gave up his claim to Castile and León in 1387, when his daughter married Henry, later Henry III, king of Castileand León.

John of Gaunt was also prominent in English affairs. Together with Alice Perrers, his father's mistress, John dominated the English government. He was opposed by Parliament and by the Black Prince. In 1376 Parliament banished Alice Perrers and curtailed John's powers. The death of the Black Prince that year and the dissolution of Parliament, however, enabled John to regain his power. In 1377, on the death of Edward III and the accession of Richard II (John's nephew and son of the Black Prince), John gave up his control of the government and thereafter played the role of peacemaker; he also supported the king, by whom he was made (1390) duke of Aquitaine. In 1396, after the death of his second wife, John married his mistress Catherine Swynford, and Richard legitimized their children the following year. Saddened by the exile (1398) of his son, Henry of Lancaster (later King Henry IV of England), John died on February 3 of the following year. He was born between 1340 and 1343 at Abbaye De St Bavon, Ghent, Flandre-Orientale, Belgium. He was the son of Edward III Plantagenet and Philippa D Avesnes. John Of Gaunt Plantagenet married Blanche Plantagenet, daughter of Edmund (Crouchback) Plantagenet and Blanche of Artois, in 1359. John Of Gaunt Plantagenet married Catherine Swynford in 1396. John Of Gaunt Plantagenet died between 3 February 1398 and 1399 at Leicester Castle, Leicester, Leicestershire, England.

Child of John Of Gaunt Plantagenet and Catherine Swynford

Child of John Of Gaunt Plantagenet and Blanche Plantagenet

Child of John Of Gaunt Plantagenet and Catherine De Roet

King Henry III Plantagenet1

M, b. 1 October 1207, d. 16 November 1272
King Henry III Plantagenet|b. 1 Oct 1207\nd. 16 Nov 1272|p15.htm#i11065|John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet|b. 24 Dec 1167\nd. 19 Oct 1216|p15.htm#i11063|Isabella Countess of Angouleme|b. 1187\nd. 31 May 1246|p1.htm#i446|Henry I. Plantagenet|b. 5 Mar 1133\nd. 6 Jul 1189|p15.htm#i11055|Eleanor O. Aquitaine|b. 1122\nd. 31 Mar 1204|p1.htm#i485|||||||
     King Henry III Plantagenet married Eleanor Countess of Provence BET 20 JAN 1233/34 AND 1235 at Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England. King Henry III Plantagenet Henry III (of England) (1207-1272), king of England (1216-1272), son and successor of King John (Lackland), and a member of the house of Anjou, or Plantagenet. Henry ascended the throne at the age of nine, on the death of his father. During his minority the kingdom was ruled by William Marshal, earl of Pembroke, as regent, but after his death in 1219 the justiciar Hubert de Burgh was the chief power in the government. During the regency the French, who occupied much of eastern England, were expelled, and rebellious barons were subdued.

Henry was declared of age in 1227. In 1232 he dismissed Hubert de Burgh from his court and commenced ruling without the aid of ministers. Henry displeased the barons by filling government and church offices with foreign favorites, many of them relatives of his wife, Eleanor of Provence, whom he married in 1236, and by squandering money on Continental wars, especially in France. In order to secure the throne of Sicily for one of his sons, Henry agreed to pay the pope a large sum. Whenthe king requested money from the barons to pay his debt, they refused and in 1258 forced him to agree to the Provisions of Oxford, whereby he agreed to share his power with a council of barons. Henry soon repudiated his oath, however, with papal approval. After a brief periodof war, the matter was referred to the arbitration of Louis IX, king of France, who decided in Henry's favor in a judgment called the Mise of Amiens (1264). Simon de Montfort, earl of Leicester, accordingly led the barons into war, defeated Henry at Lewes, and took him prisoner. In 1265, however, Henry's son and heir, Edward, later King Edward I, led the royal troops to victory over the barons at Evesham, about 40.2 km (about 25 mi) south of Birmingham. Simon de Montfort was killedin the battle, and the barons agreed to a compromise with Edward and his party in 1267. From that time on Edward ruled England, and when Henry died, he succeeded him as king.

BURIAL: Westminster Abbey, Westminster, London, England. He was born on 1 October 1207 at Winchester, Hampshire, England.1 He was the son of John I Lackland (Bad King John) Plantagenet and Isabella Countess of Angouleme. King Henry III Plantagenet died on 16 November 1272 at Westminster Palace, London, England, at age 65.1

Children of King Henry III Plantagenet and Eleanor Countess of Provence

Citations

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Margaret Plantagenet

F, b. 1322, d. BET 24 MAR 1396/97 AND 1398
Margaret Plantagenet|b. 1322\nd. BET 24 MAR 1396/97 AND 1398|p15.htm#i11066|Thomas Plantagenet||p15.htm#i11070|Alice De Hales||p6.htm#i4337|||||||Edward I. Plantagenet|b. 17 Jun 1239\nd. 7 Jul 1307|p15.htm#i11044|Marguerite Princess of France||p15.htm#i11191|
     Margaret Plantagenet died BET 24 MAR 1396/97 AND 1398. She died BET 24 MAR 1397/98 AND 1399. Her married name was De Segrave. She Duchess of Norfolk. She was born in 1322 at Norfolk, England. She was the daughter of Thomas Plantagenet and Alice De Hales. Margaret Plantagenet married John De Segrave in 1337.

Child of Margaret Plantagenet and John De Segrave

Matilda Plantagenet1

F, b. 1156, d. 28 June 1189
Matilda Plantagenet|b. 1156\nd. 28 Jun 1189|p15.htm#i11067|Henry II Plantagenet|b. 5 Mar 1133\nd. 6 Jul 1189|p15.htm#i11055|Eleanor Of Aquitaine|b. 1122\nd. 31 Mar 1204|p1.htm#i485|Geoffrey V. P. C. o. Anjou|b. 24 Aug 1113\nd. 7 Sep 1151|p1.htm#i453|Matilda (Empress Maud) of England|b. 5 Aug 1102\nd. 10 Sep 1169|p15.htm#i10639|William X. o. Aquitaine||p1.htm#i495|Aenor de Châtellerault||p6.htm#i4252|
     Her married name was Saxony. Matilda Plantagenet was also known as Matilda Plantagenet. She was born in 1156 at London, Middlesex, England.1 She was the daughter of Henry II Plantagenet and Eleanor Of Aquitaine. Matilda Plantagenet married Henry Duke of Saxony, son of Henry The Este and Gertrude Of Saxony, on 1 February 1168 at St Peter, Domkirche, Minden, Germany. Matilda Plantagenet died on 28 June 1189 at Brunswick, Germany.1

Citations

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Richard I the Lion-Heart Plantagenet

M, b. 8 September 1157, d. 6 April 1199
Richard I the Lion-Heart Plantagenet|b. 8 Sep 1157\nd. 6 Apr 1199|p15.htm#i11068|Henry II Plantagenet|b. 5 Mar 1133\nd. 6 Jul 1189|p15.htm#i11055|Eleanor Of Aquitaine|b. 1122\nd. 31 Mar 1204|p1.htm#i485|Geoffrey V. P. C. o. Anjou|b. 24 Aug 1113\nd. 7 Sep 1151|p1.htm#i453|Matilda (Empress Maud) of England|b. 5 Aug 1102\nd. 10 Sep 1169|p15.htm#i10639|William X. o. Aquitaine||p1.htm#i495|Aenor de Châtellerault||p6.htm#i4252|
     Richard I the Lion-Heart Plantagenet Richard I, called Coeur de Lion or Lion-Hearted (1157-1199), king of England (1189-1199), third son of King Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, born in Oxford. When he was an infant, Richard was betrothed to a daughter of the French king Louis VII, and in 1172 he was given the duchy of Aquitaine in France, his mother's inheritance. His early years were spent in warring against his father to protect his own interests;he emerged a brilliant soldier. In 1189 he became king of England andshortly thereafter set out on the Third Crusade. He was accompanied by the young Philip II, king of France, son of Louis VII. The Crusade proved a failure almost from the start, mainly because of the lack of harmony between the two kings. In Sicily Richard quarreled with Philipand refused to marry Philip's sister as planned. Instead he married Berengaria of Navarre on Cyprus, which he conquered in 1191. After capturing Acre (now ‘Akko) from the Saracens that same year, Richard executed 2700 Muslim prisoners of war. It was Richard's personal valor in the Holy Land, however, rather than his ruthlessness, that made his name famous in legend. Conflict over policy in the Holy Land resulted ina break between the two, and Philip returned to France alone. Richardspent months in indecisive contests against Saladin, sultan of Egypt and Syria, before making a truce by which Jerusalem was left in Saladin's hands. Captured en route to England by Leopold V, duke of Austria,Richard was handed over to Holy Roman Emperor Henry VI. He was released in 1194 only after paying a heavy ransom. Richard returned to England and there made peace with his brother, John, later king of England,who in his absence had been conspiring with Philip to usurp the English throne. Leaving the government of England to the care of the able administrator Hubert Walter, archbishop of Canterbury, Richard went to France in 1194 to wage war against the French king. Campaigns in defense of his European lands continued for five years. Victor in most of the warfare in which he engaged, Richard was fatally wounded by an arrow during an insignificant skirmish in 1199.

As king, Richard had chosen able ministers, to whom he left most matters of administration. Under his rule, however, England suffered heavytaxation, levied to support his expeditions. Sometimes cruel, sometimes magnanimous, and always courageous, Richard was well versed in the knightly accomplishments of his age and was also a poet. He was to become the hero of many legendary tales. He was born in 1157 at Oxford, England. He was born on 8 September 1157 at Beaumont Palace, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.1 He was the son of Henry II Plantagenet and Eleanor Of Aquitaine. Richard I the Lion-Heart Plantagenet married Berengaria Princess Of Navarre on 12 May 1191 at Limassol, Limassol, Cyprus. Richard I the Lion-Heart Plantagenet died in 1199 at France. He died on 6 April 1199 at Chalus, Haute-Vienne, France, at age 41.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Richard II Plantagenet

M, b. BET 06 JAN 1365/66 AND 1367, d. between February 1398 and 1399
Richard II Plantagenet|b. BET 06 JAN 1365/66 AND 1367\nd. bt Feb 1398 - 1399|p15.htm#i11069|Edward the Black Prince Plantagenet|b. 15 Jun 1330\nd. 8 Jun 1376|p15.htm#i11047|Joan Countess of Kent||p5.htm#i3692|Edward I. Plantagenet|b. 13 Nov 1312\nd. 21 Jun 1377|p15.htm#i11046||||||||||
     Richard II Plantagenet was born BET 06 JAN 1364/65 AND 1366 at Bordeaux, France. He was the son of Edward the Black Prince Plantagenet and Joan Countess of Kent. Richard II Plantagenet was born BET 06 JAN 1365/66 AND 1367 at Bordeaux, France. He died BET FEB 1397/98 AND 1399 at Pontefract Castle, England. He Richard II (1367-1400), king of England (1377-1399), whose reign was marked by national disunity and civil strife.

A younger son of Edward, Prince of Wales (the Black Prince), and Joan, called the Fair Maid of Kent, Richard was born January 6, 1367, in Bordeaux, France. He was created Prince of Wales in 1376, the year of his father's death, and was placed in the care of his uncle John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster. In 1377, on the death of his grandfather, KingEdward III, Richard became ruler of England, then a country devastated by plague and oppressed by heavy taxes, the result of a war with France. Parliament, which had obtained greater power in the last years of Edward III's reign, now sought to secure control of the government,but was opposed by John of Gaunt and his followers. The speedy suppression of Tyler's Rebellion in 1381 was largely the result of Richard'scourage and daring. A year later, at the age of 15, Richard married Anne of Bohemia, daughter of the Holy Roman emperor Charles IV, and began to seek the downfall of the great nobles who controlled Parliament and prevented him from acting independently. Led by Richard's uncle Thomas of Woodstock, duke of Gloucester, in 1388 a coterie of noblemen known in history as the lords appellant “appealed” or accused Richard'sadherents of treason, banishing some and having others executed. The following year Richard, with the help of John of Gaunt, succeeded in asserting his authority.

Trying to reestablish English authority in Ireland, Richard led an expedition to the country in 1394; that same year his queen died. In 1396 a marriage treaty was concluded between Richard and a French princess, Isabella. In 1397 Richard had Gloucester arrested and imprisoned at Calais, where he died, perhaps murdered. He also exiled John of Gaunt's son, Henry Bolingbroke, duke of Hereford, who later became Richard's successor as Henry IV, and executed or banished others of the lords appellant. On his return from a second military expedition to Ireland in 1399 Richard found that Bolingbroke had returned from exile and placed himself at the head of a formidable army. Richard was captured by Bolingbroke in Wales and brought captive to London, where on September 30, 1399, he formally resigned his crown. On the following day hisabdication was ratified by Parliament, which then confirmed Bolingbroke as King Henry IV. Richard was secretly confined in Pontefract Castle, where he either died of starvation or was murdered in February 1400. He married Anne of Bohemia in 1382. Richard II Plantagenet died between February 1398 and 1399 at Pontefract Castle, England.

Thomas Plantagenet

M
     Thomas Plantagenet married Alice De Hales, daughter of Edward I Plantagenet and Marguerite Princess of France, in 1318 at Harwich, Essex, England.

Child of Thomas Plantagenet and Alice De Hales

William Plantagenet

M, b. 1166, d. 27 May 1240
William Plantagenet|b. 1166\nd. 27 May 1240|p15.htm#i11071|Hamelin Plantagenet|b. 1130\nd. 7 May 1202|p15.htm#i11053|Isabel De Warrene|b. 1137\nd. 13 Jul 1199|p7.htm#i4544|Geoffrey V. P. C. o. Anjou|b. 24 Aug 1113\nd. 7 Sep 1151|p1.htm#i453||||William III (Earl Surrey) De Warenne|b. 1118\nd. BET 19 JAN 1144/45 AND 1146|p7.htm#i4541|Ela Talvas|b. 1124\nd. 4 Oct 1174|p19.htm#i13687|
     William Plantagenet was born in 1166 at Surrey, England. He was the son of Hamelin Plantagenet and Isabel De Warrene. William Plantagenet died on 27 May 1240 at Surrey, England.

Child of William Plantagenet and Maud Marshall

William Plantagenet1

M, b. 1153, d. 1156
William Plantagenet|b. 1153\nd. 1156|p15.htm#i11072|Henry II Plantagenet|b. 5 Mar 1133\nd. 6 Jul 1189|p15.htm#i11055|Eleanor Of Aquitaine|b. 1122\nd. 31 Mar 1204|p1.htm#i485|Geoffrey V. P. C. o. Anjou|b. 24 Aug 1113\nd. 7 Sep 1151|p1.htm#i453|Matilda (Empress Maud) of England|b. 5 Aug 1102\nd. 10 Sep 1169|p15.htm#i10639|William X. o. Aquitaine||p1.htm#i495|Aenor de Châtellerault||p6.htm#i4252|
     William Plantagenet was also known as William Plantagenet. He was born in 1153. He was born in 1153 at Poitiers, Poitou, Aquitaine.1 He was the son of Henry II Plantagenet and Eleanor Of Aquitaine. William Plantagenet died in 1156 at England.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Sabra Platt1

F, b. 1881, d. 1971
     Her married name was Good. Sabra Platt was born in 1881.1 She married Frank William Good, son of Eli B Good and Elzina F Shady, on 4 October 1905.1 Sabra Platt died in 1971.1

Child of Sabra Platt and Frank William Good

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Princess Plectrude1

F, b. 654, d. 717
Princess Plectrude|b. 654\nd. 717|p15.htm#i11074|(?) Hugobert|b. 665\nd. 698|p11.htm#i7890|Irmina De Oeren|d. 710|p6.htm#i4436|||||||||||||
     Princess Plectrude was also known as Plectrude. She Plectrude or Plectrudis (d.717) was the wife of Pepin of Herstal, themayor of the palace and duke of the Franks, from about 670. She was the daughter of Hugobert, seneschal of Clovis IV, and Irmina d'Oeren.

She brought a large amount of property to the Arnulfing house and this probably helped to save Pepin in his warmaking with the Neustrians.She tried to assure that her grandchildren (for both her sons by Pepin predeceased him) would inherit and she got Pepin's assent that Theudoald should be his main heir. When Pepin died soon thereafter (714), she imprisoned his dangerous bastard son Charles Martel in Cologne.

In 716, Chilperic II, king of the Franks, and Ragenfrid, his mayor ofthe palace, together led an army into Austrasia. Near Cologne, in which Plectrude had shut herself up, they defeated the escaped Charles Martel. The king and his mayor then turned to besiege their other rival in the city and took it, the treasury, and received the recognition ofboth Chilperic as king and Ragenfrid as mayor.

At this juncture, events turned in Charles favour. In 717, he chased the king and the mayor to Paris before turning back to deal with Plectrude in Cologne. He took the city and dispersed her adherents. She died later that year in Cologne, where she is buried.

Her sons by Pepin were:

Drogo, duke of Champagne
Grimoald, mayor of the palace of Neustria

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plectrude. She was born in 654 at France.1 She was the daughter of (?) Hugobert and Irmina De Oeren. Princess Plectrude died in 717 at Cologne, Germany.1

Children of Princess Plectrude and Pepin Of Herstal

Citations

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Isabella Plessington1

F, b. 1310, d. 1369
     Her married name was Radclyffe. Isabella Plessington was born in 1310 at Wymersley, Lancashire, England.1 She married Richard Radclyffe, son of William De Radcliffe and Margaret De Peasfurlong, in 1328 at Radcliffe Tower, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England.1 Isabella Plessington died in 1369.1

Child of Isabella Plessington and Richard Radclyffe

Citations

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Elva A Pletcher1

F, b. 16 February 1874, d. September 1971
     Elva A Pletcher was born on 16 February 1874.1 She died in September 1971 at Elkhart, Indiana, USA, at age 97.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Barbara A Plonk1

F, b. 1835
Barbara A Plonk|b. 1835|p15.htm#i11077|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jacob Plonk|b. 1747\nd. 15 Sep 1845|p15.htm#i11085|Christina Kiser|b. 1760\nd. 30 Jul 1823|p13.htm#i9047|Michael Costner|b. 12 Mar 1767\nd. 14 Jun 1821|p5.htm#i3609|Anna B. Rudisill|b. 28 Feb 1769\nd. 9 Jul 1829|p16.htm#i11990|
     Barbara A Plonk was born in 1835.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Plonk and Catherine Costner.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Elizabeth Plonk1

F, b. 11 January 1814, d. 4 June 1899
Elizabeth Plonk|b. 11 Jan 1814\nd. 4 Jun 1899|p15.htm#i11078|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jacob Plonk|b. 1747\nd. 15 Sep 1845|p15.htm#i11085|Christina Kiser|b. 1760\nd. 30 Jul 1823|p13.htm#i9047|Michael Costner|b. 12 Mar 1767\nd. 14 Jun 1821|p5.htm#i3609|Anna B. Rudisill|b. 28 Feb 1769\nd. 9 Jul 1829|p16.htm#i11990|
     Elizabeth Plonk was born on 11 January 1814 at North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Plonk and Catherine Costner. Elizabeth Plonk died on 4 June 1899 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA, at age 85.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Ephraim Plonk1

M, b. 26 August 1864, d. May 1937
Ephraim Plonk|b. 26 Aug 1864\nd. May 1937|p15.htm#i11079|Jacob Plonk|b. 24 Jul 1829\nd. 25 Mar 1909|p15.htm#i11083|Caroline Friday|b. 1830\nd. 11 Jan 1909|p8.htm#i5593|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jonas Friday|b. 19 Mar 1793\nd. 16 Jun 1850|p8.htm#i5619|Mary M. Hovis|b. 2 Dec 1795\nd. 26 Jun 1879|p10.htm#i7192|
     Ephraim Plonk was born on 26 August 1864 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Jacob Plonk and Caroline Friday. Ephraim Plonk died in May 1937 at age 72.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Franklin Robertus Plonk1

M, b. 14 August 1853, d. 7 December 1919
Franklin Robertus Plonk|b. 14 Aug 1853\nd. 7 Dec 1919|p15.htm#i11080|Jacob Plonk|b. 24 Jul 1829\nd. 25 Mar 1909|p15.htm#i11083|Caroline Friday|b. 1830\nd. 11 Jan 1909|p8.htm#i5593|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jonas Friday|b. 19 Mar 1793\nd. 16 Jun 1850|p8.htm#i5619|Mary M. Hovis|b. 2 Dec 1795\nd. 26 Jun 1879|p10.htm#i7192|
     Franklin Robertus Plonk was born on 14 August 1853 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Jacob Plonk and Caroline Friday. Franklin Robertus Plonk died on 7 December 1919 at Hessen, Germany, at age 66.1

Citations

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Hans Jacob Plonk1

M, b. 1725
     Hans Jacob Plonk was born in 1725.1

Child of Hans Jacob Plonk

Citations

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Ida Plonk1

F, b. 1856
Ida Plonk|b. 1856|p15.htm#i11082|Jacob Plonk|b. 24 Jul 1829\nd. 25 Mar 1909|p15.htm#i11083|Caroline Friday|b. 1830\nd. 11 Jan 1909|p8.htm#i5593|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jonas Friday|b. 19 Mar 1793\nd. 16 Jun 1850|p8.htm#i5619|Mary M. Hovis|b. 2 Dec 1795\nd. 26 Jun 1879|p10.htm#i7192|
     Ida Plonk was born in 1856 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Plonk and Caroline Friday.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Jacob Plonk1

M, b. 24 July 1829, d. 25 March 1909
Jacob Plonk|b. 24 Jul 1829\nd. 25 Mar 1909|p15.htm#i11083|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jacob Plonk|b. 1747\nd. 15 Sep 1845|p15.htm#i11085|Christina Kiser|b. 1760\nd. 30 Jul 1823|p13.htm#i9047|Michael Costner|b. 12 Mar 1767\nd. 14 Jun 1821|p5.htm#i3609|Anna B. Rudisill|b. 28 Feb 1769\nd. 9 Jul 1829|p16.htm#i11990|
     Jacob Plonk was born on 24 July 1829 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Jacob Plonk and Catherine Costner. Jacob Plonk married Caroline Friday, daughter of Jonas Friday and Mary M Hovis, in 1855.1 Jacob Plonk died on 25 March 1909 at age 79.1

Children of Jacob Plonk and Caroline Friday

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Jacob Plonk1

M, b. 2 March 1786, d. 16 August 1870
Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Jacob Plonk|b. 1747\nd. 15 Sep 1845|p15.htm#i11085|Christina Kiser|b. 1760\nd. 30 Jul 1823|p13.htm#i9047|Hans J. Plonk|b. 1725|p15.htm#i11081||||Lorentz Kiser|b. 4 Feb 1709\nd. Jul 1786|p13.htm#i9078|(?) Sarah|b. 1716\nd. Jul 1786|p17.htm#i12201|
     Jacob Plonk was born on 2 March 1786 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Jacob Plonk and Christina Kiser. Jacob Plonk died on 16 August 1870 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA, at age 84.1

Children of Jacob Plonk and Catherine Costner

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Jacob Plonk1

M, b. 1747, d. 15 September 1845
Jacob Plonk|b. 1747\nd. 15 Sep 1845|p15.htm#i11085|Hans Jacob Plonk|b. 1725|p15.htm#i11081||||||||||||||||
     Jacob Plonk was born in 1747 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA.1 He was the son of Hans Jacob Plonk. Jacob Plonk married Sallie Dettro on 17 December 1824 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 Jacob Plonk died on 15 September 1845 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1

Child of Jacob Plonk and Christina Kiser

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Jacob Caswell Plonk1

M, b. 22 November 1855, d. 21 October 1930
Jacob Caswell Plonk|b. 22 Nov 1855\nd. 21 Oct 1930|p15.htm#i11086|Jacob Plonk|b. 24 Jul 1829\nd. 25 Mar 1909|p15.htm#i11083|Caroline Friday|b. 1830\nd. 11 Jan 1909|p8.htm#i5593|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jonas Friday|b. 19 Mar 1793\nd. 16 Jun 1850|p8.htm#i5619|Mary M. Hovis|b. 2 Dec 1795\nd. 26 Jun 1879|p10.htm#i7192|
     Jacob Caswell Plonk was born on 22 November 1855 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Jacob Plonk and Caroline Friday. Jacob Caswell Plonk died on 21 October 1930 at Ironton, Lincoln, North Carolina, USA, at age 74.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Jane Avaline Plonk1

F, b. 27 April 1826, d. 11 May 1911
Jane Avaline Plonk|b. 27 Apr 1826\nd. 11 May 1911|p15.htm#i11087|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jacob Plonk|b. 1747\nd. 15 Sep 1845|p15.htm#i11085|Christina Kiser|b. 1760\nd. 30 Jul 1823|p13.htm#i9047|Michael Costner|b. 12 Mar 1767\nd. 14 Jun 1821|p5.htm#i3609|Anna B. Rudisill|b. 28 Feb 1769\nd. 9 Jul 1829|p16.htm#i11990|
     Jane Avaline Plonk was born on 27 April 1826 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Plonk and Catherine Costner. Jane Avaline Plonk died on 11 May 1911 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA, at age 85.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Jonas Plonk1

M, b. 1857
Jonas Plonk|b. 1857|p15.htm#i11088|Jacob Plonk|b. 24 Jul 1829\nd. 25 Mar 1909|p15.htm#i11083|Caroline Friday|b. 1830\nd. 11 Jan 1909|p8.htm#i5593|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jonas Friday|b. 19 Mar 1793\nd. 16 Jun 1850|p8.htm#i5619|Mary M. Hovis|b. 2 Dec 1795\nd. 26 Jun 1879|p10.htm#i7192|
     Jonas Plonk was born in 1857 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Jacob Plonk and Caroline Friday.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Levi Plonk1

M, b. 22 July 1818, d. 30 October 1903
Levi Plonk|b. 22 Jul 1818\nd. 30 Oct 1903|p15.htm#i11089|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jacob Plonk|b. 1747\nd. 15 Sep 1845|p15.htm#i11085|Christina Kiser|b. 1760\nd. 30 Jul 1823|p13.htm#i9047|Michael Costner|b. 12 Mar 1767\nd. 14 Jun 1821|p5.htm#i3609|Anna B. Rudisill|b. 28 Feb 1769\nd. 9 Jul 1829|p16.htm#i11990|
     Levi Plonk was born on 22 July 1818 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Jacob Plonk and Catherine Costner. Levi Plonk died on 30 October 1903 at North Carolina, USA, at age 85.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Margaret Plonk1

F, b. 17 August 1823, d. 18 August 1903
Margaret Plonk|b. 17 Aug 1823\nd. 18 Aug 1903|p15.htm#i11090|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jacob Plonk|b. 1747\nd. 15 Sep 1845|p15.htm#i11085|Christina Kiser|b. 1760\nd. 30 Jul 1823|p13.htm#i9047|Michael Costner|b. 12 Mar 1767\nd. 14 Jun 1821|p5.htm#i3609|Anna B. Rudisill|b. 28 Feb 1769\nd. 9 Jul 1829|p16.htm#i11990|
     Margaret Plonk was born on 17 August 1823 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Plonk and Catherine Costner. Margaret Plonk died on 18 August 1903 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA, at age 80.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Mary Plonk1

F, b. 18 March 1860, d. 24 October 1932
Mary Plonk|b. 18 Mar 1860\nd. 24 Oct 1932|p15.htm#i11091|Jacob Plonk|b. 24 Jul 1829\nd. 25 Mar 1909|p15.htm#i11083|Caroline Friday|b. 1830\nd. 11 Jan 1909|p8.htm#i5593|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jonas Friday|b. 19 Mar 1793\nd. 16 Jun 1850|p8.htm#i5619|Mary M. Hovis|b. 2 Dec 1795\nd. 26 Jun 1879|p10.htm#i7192|
     Her married name was Rhyne. Mary Plonk was born on 18 March 1860 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Plonk and Caroline Friday. Mary Plonk married George P Rhyne, son of Lawson Rhyne and Margaret Catherine Houser, on 14 February 1889 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA.1 Mary Plonk died on 24 October 1932 at age 72.1

Children of Mary Plonk and George P Rhyne

Citations

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Mary Elviria Plonk1

F, b. 8 January 1834, d. 2 February 1925
Mary Elviria Plonk|b. 8 Jan 1834\nd. 2 Feb 1925|p15.htm#i11092|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jacob Plonk|b. 1747\nd. 15 Sep 1845|p15.htm#i11085|Christina Kiser|b. 1760\nd. 30 Jul 1823|p13.htm#i9047|Michael Costner|b. 12 Mar 1767\nd. 14 Jun 1821|p5.htm#i3609|Anna B. Rudisill|b. 28 Feb 1769\nd. 9 Jul 1829|p16.htm#i11990|
     Mary Elviria Plonk was born on 8 January 1834 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Plonk and Catherine Costner. Mary Elviria Plonk died on 2 February 1925 at Hickory, Catawba, North Carolina, USA, at age 91.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Michael L Plonk1

M, b. 6 November 1831, d. 22 August 1859
Michael L Plonk|b. 6 Nov 1831\nd. 22 Aug 1859|p15.htm#i11093|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jacob Plonk|b. 1747\nd. 15 Sep 1845|p15.htm#i11085|Christina Kiser|b. 1760\nd. 30 Jul 1823|p13.htm#i9047|Michael Costner|b. 12 Mar 1767\nd. 14 Jun 1821|p5.htm#i3609|Anna B. Rudisill|b. 28 Feb 1769\nd. 9 Jul 1829|p16.htm#i11990|
     Michael L Plonk was born on 6 November 1831 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Jacob Plonk and Catherine Costner. Michael L Plonk died on 22 August 1859 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA, at age 27.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Susan C Plonk1

F, b. 27 April 1821, d. 12 October 1840
Susan C Plonk|b. 27 Apr 1821\nd. 12 Oct 1840|p15.htm#i11094|Jacob Plonk|b. 2 Mar 1786\nd. 16 Aug 1870|p15.htm#i11084|Catherine Costner|b. 28 Jun 1793\nd. 11 Oct 1852|p5.htm#i3568|Jacob Plonk|b. 1747\nd. 15 Sep 1845|p15.htm#i11085|Christina Kiser|b. 1760\nd. 30 Jul 1823|p13.htm#i9047|Michael Costner|b. 12 Mar 1767\nd. 14 Jun 1821|p5.htm#i3609|Anna B. Rudisill|b. 28 Feb 1769\nd. 9 Jul 1829|p16.htm#i11990|
     Susan C Plonk was born on 27 April 1821 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Plonk and Catherine Costner. Susan C Plonk died on 12 October 1840 at Gaston, North Carolina, USA, at age 19.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Robert Plumpton

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Child of Robert Plumpton and Lucy De Ros

William Plumpton

M, d. 1362
William Plumpton|d. 1362|p15.htm#i11096|Robert Plumpton||p15.htm#i11095|Lucy De Ros|b. 1307\nd. 1325|p6.htm#i4462|||||||William De Ros|d. 28 May 1310|p6.htm#i4471|(?) Eustache||p7.htm#i5124|
     William Plumpton was born at Plumpton, York County, England. William Plumpton was also known as Sir. He was the son of Robert Plumpton and Lucy De Ros. William Plumpton died in 1362.

Child of William Plumpton and (?) Christianna

Margaret Plymbrough1

F, b. 1657, d. 1688
     Margaret Plymbrough was born in 1657.1 She died in 1688.1

Child of Margaret Plymbrough and William Featherstone

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Angela Ann Poarch

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Angela Ann Poarch||p15.htm#i11098|James Francis Poarch|b. 10 Oct 1937\nd. 4 Oct 2005|p15.htm#i11100|Waultald Kander||p11.htm#i8210|Ralph F. Poarch|b. 14 Jul 1903\nd. 28 Mar 1989|p15.htm#i11101|Mamie V.||p19.htm#i13927|||||||
     Angela Ann Poarch is the daughter of James Francis Poarch and Waultald Kander.

Elizabeth Poarch1

F, b. 1834
     Elizabeth Poarch was born in 1834 at North Carolina, USA.1

Children of Elizabeth Poarch and Joel Barrier

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

James Francis Poarch

M, b. 10 October 1937, d. 4 October 2005
James Francis Poarch|b. 10 Oct 1937\nd. 4 Oct 2005|p15.htm#i11100|Ralph Francis Poarch|b. 14 Jul 1903\nd. 28 Mar 1989|p15.htm#i11101|Mamie V.||p19.htm#i13927|Hugh L. Porch|b. 12 Sep 1868\nd. 11 May 1925|p15.htm#i11143|Julia E. Holler|b. 23 Jun 1870\nd. 26 Apr 1963|p10.htm#i6960|||||||
     James Francis Poarch was born on 10 October 1937 at Wilkes, North Carolina. He was the son of Ralph Francis Poarch and Mamie V.. James Francis Poarch died on 4 October 2005 at Fort Walton Beach, Okaloosa Co, FL, at age 67.

Children of James Francis Poarch and Waultald Kander

Ralph Francis Poarch

M, b. 14 July 1903, d. 28 March 1989
Ralph Francis Poarch|b. 14 Jul 1903\nd. 28 Mar 1989|p15.htm#i11101|Hugh L. Porch|b. 12 Sep 1868\nd. 11 May 1925|p15.htm#i11143|Julia Etta Holler|b. 23 Jun 1870\nd. 26 Apr 1963|p10.htm#i6960|||||||Francis C. Holler|b. 7 Mar 1852\nd. 17 May 1920|p10.htm#i6959|Eliza Keller|b. 22 Feb 1847\nd. 7 Mar 1926|p12.htm#i8394|
     Ralph Francis Poarch was born on 14 July 1903 at Caldwell County, NC. He was the son of Hugh L. Porch and Julia Etta Holler. Ralph Francis Poarch died on 28 March 1989 at Caldwell County, NC, at age 85.

Child of Ralph Francis Poarch and Mamie V.

Tommy Poarch

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Tommy Poarch||p15.htm#i11102|James Francis Poarch|b. 10 Oct 1937\nd. 4 Oct 2005|p15.htm#i11100|Waultald Kander||p11.htm#i8210|Ralph F. Poarch|b. 14 Jul 1903\nd. 28 Mar 1989|p15.htm#i11101|Mamie V.||p19.htm#i13927|||||||
     Tommy Poarch is the son of James Francis Poarch and Waultald Kander.

Uwe Poarch

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Uwe Poarch||p15.htm#i11103|James Francis Poarch|b. 10 Oct 1937\nd. 4 Oct 2005|p15.htm#i11100|Waultald Kander||p11.htm#i8210|Ralph F. Poarch|b. 14 Jul 1903\nd. 28 Mar 1989|p15.htm#i11101|Mamie V.||p19.htm#i13927|||||||
     Uwe Poarch is the son of James Francis Poarch and Waultald Kander.

Carrie Elsie Poff

F, b. 1912, d. 1963
     Her married name was Abel. Carrie Elsie Poff was born in 1912 at Wrightsville, York, Pennsylvania, USA. She married Sheldon Kane Abel, son of Sheldon Kane Abel and Catherine Lydia Wilhelm, on 11 July 1936 at Hagerstown, an unknown place , Maryland, USA. Carrie Elsie Poff died in 1963 at Columbia, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA.

Mary Poffh1

F, b. 1744, d. 7 June 1816
     Mary Poffh was also known as Mary Poffh Muehl. She was born in 1744 at Newton, Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She died on 7 June 1816 at Newton, Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1

Children of Mary Poffh and George Wilfong

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Ranulf III of Poitiers

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Ranulf III of Poitiers||p15.htm#i11106|Ranulf II of Aquitaine||p1.htm#i489|(?) Ermengard||p7.htm#i5106|Ranulf I. o. Aquitaine|b. 820\nd. 866|p1.htm#i488|Bilichild o. Maine||p13.htm#i9744|||||||
     Ranulf III of Poitiers is the son of Ranulf II of Aquitaine and (?) Ermengard.

Warinus Count of Poitiers

M, b. 656, d. 677
Warinus Count of Poitiers|b. 656\nd. 677|p15.htm#i11107|Bodilon De Poitiers|b. 642|p6.htm#i4442|Sigrada De Poitiers|b. 635|p6.htm#i4443|||||||||||||
     Warinus Count of Poitiers was born in 656 at Line.1 He was the son of Bodilon De Poitiers and Sigrada De Poitiers. Warinus Count of Poitiers died in 677 at By Ebroin.1

Child of Warinus Count of Poitiers and Kunza De Metz

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

William Count of Poiton

M, b. 1136, d. 1164
William Count of Poiton|b. 1136\nd. 1164|p15.htm#i11108|Geoffrey V Plantagenet Count of Anjou|b. 24 Aug 1113\nd. 7 Sep 1151|p1.htm#i453|Matilda (Empress Maud) of England|b. 5 Aug 1102\nd. 10 Sep 1169|p15.htm#i10639|Fulk V. De Anjou|b. 1092\nd. 10 Nov 1143|p6.htm#i4165|Ermengarde o. Maine|b. 1096\nd. 1126|p13.htm#i9746|Henry I. Beauclerc|b. 1068\nd. 1 Dec 1135|p2.htm#i891|Edith (Matilda) Princess of Scotland|b. Oct 1079\nd. 1 May 1118|p17.htm#i12338|
     William Count of Poiton was born in 1136.1 He was the son of Geoffrey V Plantagenet Count of Anjou and Matilda (Empress Maud) of England. William Count of Poiton died in 1164.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Leon Wilson Poland1

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Child of Leon Wilson Poland and Mary Essie Grigg

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Lula Jean Poland1

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Lula Jean Poland||p15.htm#i11110|Leon Wilson Poland||p15.htm#i11109|Mary Essie Grigg||p9.htm#i6159|||||||Clement Grigg|b. c 1868|p9.htm#i6091|Janie F. Kirkham||p13.htm#i9025|
     Lula Jean Poland is the daughter of Leon Wilson Poland and Mary Essie Grigg.

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Douglas Polasky

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Children of Douglas Polasky and Molly Lynn Chandler

Julie Mae Polasky

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Julie Mae Polasky||p15.htm#i11112|Douglas Polasky||p15.htm#i11111|Molly Lynn Chandler||p5.htm#i3095|||||||Philip Chandler||p5.htm#i3097|Doris C. Greene||p9.htm#i6002|
     Julie Mae Polasky is the daughter of Douglas Polasky and Molly Lynn Chandler.

Scott Douglas Polasky

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Scott Douglas Polasky||p15.htm#i11113|Douglas Polasky||p15.htm#i11111|Molly Lynn Chandler||p5.htm#i3095|||||||Philip Chandler||p5.htm#i3097|Doris C. Greene||p9.htm#i6002|
     Scott Douglas Polasky is the son of Douglas Polasky and Molly Lynn Chandler.

William Pole1

M, b. 1275, d. 1328
     William Pole William de la Pole is the name of several prominent Englishmen in the14th century, all from the same family.

Sir William de la Pole (The Elder)

Sir William de la Pole (the elder) was a merchant in Kingston-upon-Hull and Ravenser Odd. He was the eldest son of Owen ap Griffith de la Pole (alias Owen de la Pole and was therefore the great-grandson of Gwenwynwyn ab Owain the last ruling Tywysog of the Welsh princely realm of Powys Wenwynwyn.

The ruling family of Powys-Wenwynwyn appeared to change their name after they were dispossessed by Llywelyn Fawr in 1212. For a period boththe names 'Ap Gwenwynwyn' and 'de la Pole' (the latter simply means, 'Of Poole') are interchangeable. Why the family did this remains obscure, but Gruffydd ap Gwenwynwyn married Hawise Le Strange (the daughterof John Le Strange - a prominent Anglo-Norman) and Gruffydd's children and grandchildren may have wished to adopt some of these Anglo-Norman customs themselves. These were the twilight years of Welsh independence, and being Welsh was not particularly fashionable in English society - nor safe.

Sir William's grandfather Gruffydd was involved in the Welsh Wars andwas instrumental in killing Llywelyn ap Gruffydd in 1282. He died himself in 1289. Sir William's father Owen ap Griffith de la Pole who accompanied Gruffydd died shortly afterwards in 1292.

Sir William de la Pole was born in exile in 1275 in Yorkshire and hadseveral younger brothers including Lewis de la Pole, Owen de la Pole and Griffin de la Pole, any of which could claim to be the de jure Prince of Powys Wenwynwyn. Sir William married Elena Rotenheryng and theyhad two sons; Sir William and Sir Richard. Sir William (the elder) died about 1329.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_de_la_Pole.
He was born in 1275 at Ravenser Odd, Yorkshire, England.1 He died in 1328 at Hull, Yorkshire, England.1

Child of William Pole and Elena Rotenhering

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Adhemar of Polestron

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Anna Matilda Poling1

F, b. 3 January 1857, d. 7 October 1921
     Her married name was Beery. Anna Matilda Poling was born on 3 January 1857.1 She married Emmanuel Beery, son of Jonas Beery and Catherine Stoneburner, on 11 October 1877.1 Anna Matilda Poling died on 7 October 1921 at age 64.1

Children of Anna Matilda Poling and Emmanuel Beery

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Dollie S Poling1

F, b. 28 April 1887, d. 9 September 1978
     Her married name was Stemen. Dollie S Poling was born on 28 April 1887 at Ohio, USA.1 She married Jess Leroy Stemen, son of Benoni Stemen and Emma Belle Babcock, in 1904.1 Dollie S Poling died on 9 September 1978 at age 91.1

Children of Dollie S Poling and Jess Leroy Stemen

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Elizabeth Poling1

F, b. 25 May 1853, d. 12 March 1912
     Her married name was Stemen. Elizabeth Poling was born on 25 May 1853 at Fairfield, Ohio, USA.1 She married John D Stemen, son of George Stemen and Lydia Burkholder, on 7 December 1876 at Fairfield, Ohio, USA.1 Elizabeth Poling died on 12 March 1912 at Paulding, Ohio, USA, at age 58.1

Children of Elizabeth Poling and John D Stemen

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Lydia Poling1

F, b. 2 May 1860, d. 29 December 1945
     Her married name was Heft. Lydia Poling was born on 2 May 1860 at Marion, Hocking, Ohio, USA.1 She married Albert P Heft, son of George Heft and Elizabeth Beery, on 23 September 1877 at Hocking, Ohio, USA.1 Lydia Poling died on 29 December 1945 at Marion, Hocking, Ohio, USA, at age 85.1

Children of Lydia Poling and Albert P Heft

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Flora A Pollard1

F, b. 10 October 1863, d. 29 May 1923
     Her married name was Wilson. Flora A Pollard was born on 10 October 1863 at Catawba, North Carolina, USA.1 She married Thomas Averly Wilson, son of Daniel C Wilson and Sarah Ellen Miller, on 4 June 1902 at Catawba, North Carolina, USA.1 Flora A Pollard died on 29 May 1923 at Hickory, Catawba, North Carolina, USA, at age 59.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Mary Polly1

F, b. 1800, d. 1860
     Her married name was Willis. Mary Polly was born in 1800 at Spartanburg Dist, South Carolina, USA.1 She married Joseph Willis, son of Benjamin Willis and Ane Galis, in 1825 at Yancey, North Carolina, USA. Mary Polly died in 1860 at Buncombe, North Carolina, USA.1

Children of Mary Polly and Joseph Willis

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Gilbert de Lacy Lord of Pontefract

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Vargie Marie Pool

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     Vargie Marie Pool married Jacob Woodrow Hoyle, son of Julius Alexander Hoyle and Rebecca Sharp, on 15 September 1934.

Corbett E Poole1

M, b. 22 May 1892
     Corbett E Poole was born on 22 May 1892.1 He married Margaret Alice Heft, daughter of Albert P Heft and Lydia Poling, on 2 November 1940.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Charles Poore

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Charles Poore||p15.htm#i11125|Charles W. Poore||p15.htm#i11126|Evelyn Loven||p13.htm#i9667|Joseph L. Poore|b. 2 Jan 1884\nd. 17 Feb 1937|p15.htm#i11130|Cora E. Keller|b. 25 Mar 1889\nd. 24 Jul 1969|p12.htm#i8360|||||||
     Charles Poore is the son of Charles W. Poore and Evelyn Loven.

Charles W. Poore

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Charles W. Poore||p15.htm#i11126|Joseph L. Poore|b. 2 Jan 1884\nd. 17 Feb 1937|p15.htm#i11130|Cora E. Keller|b. 25 Mar 1889\nd. 24 Jul 1969|p12.htm#i8360|||||||Thomas W. Keller|b. 19 Aug 1856\nd. 26 Aug 1942|p12.htm#i8847|Susan A. Barrier|b. Aug 1850\nd. 25 Dec 1940|p2.htm#i779|
     Charles W. Poore is the son of Joseph L. Poore and Cora E. Keller.

Children of Charles W. Poore and Evelyn Loven

Eula Mae Poore

F, b. 20 January 1917, d. 30 May 1965
Eula Mae Poore|b. 20 Jan 1917\nd. 30 May 1965|p15.htm#i11127|Joseph L. Poore|b. 2 Jan 1884\nd. 17 Feb 1937|p15.htm#i11130|Cora E. Keller|b. 25 Mar 1889\nd. 24 Jul 1969|p12.htm#i8360|||||||Thomas W. Keller|b. 19 Aug 1856\nd. 26 Aug 1942|p12.htm#i8847|Susan A. Barrier|b. Aug 1850\nd. 25 Dec 1940|p2.htm#i779|
     Eula Mae Poore was born on 20 January 1917 at North Carolina, USA. She was the daughter of Joseph L. Poore and Cora E. Keller. Eula Mae Poore died on 30 May 1965 at North Carolina, USA, at age 48.

Children of Eula Mae Poore and Earnest Clayton Miller

Evelyn Poore

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Evelyn Poore||p15.htm#i11128|Charles W. Poore||p15.htm#i11126|Evelyn Loven||p13.htm#i9667|Joseph L. Poore|b. 2 Jan 1884\nd. 17 Feb 1937|p15.htm#i11130|Cora E. Keller|b. 25 Mar 1889\nd. 24 Jul 1969|p12.htm#i8360|||||||
     Evelyn Poore is the daughter of Charles W. Poore and Evelyn Loven.

Joe Poore

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Joe Poore||p15.htm#i11129|Charles W. Poore||p15.htm#i11126|Evelyn Loven||p13.htm#i9667|Joseph L. Poore|b. 2 Jan 1884\nd. 17 Feb 1937|p15.htm#i11130|Cora E. Keller|b. 25 Mar 1889\nd. 24 Jul 1969|p12.htm#i8360|||||||
     Joe Poore is the son of Charles W. Poore and Evelyn Loven.

Joseph L. Poore

M, b. 2 January 1884, d. 17 February 1937
     Joseph L. Poore [KELLER_AND_HOYLE_FAMILIES_OF_WESTERN_NORTH_CAROLINA.GED]

[Keller and Hoyle Families of W.ged]

Could not find him in the WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 index.

CENSUS: 1930 US Census for NC, Burke Co., Jonas Ridge, District 7. Joseph Poore is 46 years of age, born in TN and a farmer. His wife, Cora E., is 41 years of age. They have been married 25 years. Children are: Charlie M., age 21; Tom, age 18; Eula M., age 13; and Josephine C., age 9 - all were born in NC. Also in the home is Eliza Poore, mother, age 81 and a widow. She was born in NC. (They are living next door to Cora's parents, T.W. Keller)

burial in Jonas Ridge, NC

m. about 1905, Mitchell County, NC[Keller and Hoyle Family of WesternNorth Carolina.FTW]

Could not find him in the WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 index.

CENSUS: 1930 US Census for NC, Burke Co., Jonas Ridge, District 7. Joseph Poore is 46 years of age, born in TN and a farmer. His wife, Cora E., is 41 years of age. They have been married 25 years. Children are: Charlie M., age 21; Tom, age 18; Eula M., age 13; and Josephine C., age 9 - all were born in NC. Also in the home is Eliza Poore, mother, age 81 and a widow. She was born in NC. (They are living next door to Cora's parents, T.W. Keller)

burial in Jonas Ridge, NC

m. about 1905, Mitchell County, NC. He was born on 2 January 1884 at Tennessee. He married Cora E. Keller, daughter of Thomas Washington Keller and Susan Adaline Barrier, in 1905 at Mitchell County, NC. Joseph L. Poore died on 17 February 1937 at North Carolina, USA, at age 53.

Children of Joseph L. Poore and Cora E. Keller

Josephine C. Poore

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Josephine C. Poore||p15.htm#i11131|Joseph L. Poore|b. 2 Jan 1884\nd. 17 Feb 1937|p15.htm#i11130|Cora E. Keller|b. 25 Mar 1889\nd. 24 Jul 1969|p12.htm#i8360|||||||Thomas W. Keller|b. 19 Aug 1856\nd. 26 Aug 1942|p12.htm#i8847|Susan A. Barrier|b. Aug 1850\nd. 25 Dec 1940|p2.htm#i779|
     Josephine C. Poore is the daughter of Joseph L. Poore and Cora E. Keller.

Child of Josephine C. Poore and Roy Hampton Pritchard

Joyce Poore

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Joyce Poore||p15.htm#i11132|Thomas W. Poore|b. 25 Feb 1912\nd. 4 Aug 1987|p15.htm#i11136|Ruth Branch||p4.htm#i2330|Joseph L. Poore|b. 2 Jan 1884\nd. 17 Feb 1937|p15.htm#i11130|Cora E. Keller|b. 25 Mar 1889\nd. 24 Jul 1969|p12.htm#i8360|||||||
     Joyce Poore is the daughter of Thomas W. Poore and Ruth Branch.

Karen Poore

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Karen Poore||p15.htm#i11133|Thomas W. Poore|b. 25 Feb 1912\nd. 4 Aug 1987|p15.htm#i11136|Ruth Branch||p4.htm#i2330|Joseph L. Poore|b. 2 Jan 1884\nd. 17 Feb 1937|p15.htm#i11130|Cora E. Keller|b. 25 Mar 1889\nd. 24 Jul 1969|p12.htm#i8360|||||||
     Karen Poore is the daughter of Thomas W. Poore and Ruth Branch.

Nellie Bessie Poore

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Nellie Bessie Poore||p15.htm#i11134|Joseph L. Poore|b. 2 Jan 1884\nd. 17 Feb 1937|p15.htm#i11130|Cora E. Keller|b. 25 Mar 1889\nd. 24 Jul 1969|p12.htm#i8360|||||||Thomas W. Keller|b. 19 Aug 1856\nd. 26 Aug 1942|p12.htm#i8847|Susan A. Barrier|b. Aug 1850\nd. 25 Dec 1940|p2.htm#i779|
     Nellie Bessie Poore is the daughter of Joseph L. Poore and Cora E. Keller.

Children of Nellie Bessie Poore and Glen Franklin

Susie Poore

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Susie Poore||p15.htm#i11135|Thomas W. Poore|b. 25 Feb 1912\nd. 4 Aug 1987|p15.htm#i11136|Ruth Branch||p4.htm#i2330|Joseph L. Poore|b. 2 Jan 1884\nd. 17 Feb 1937|p15.htm#i11130|Cora E. Keller|b. 25 Mar 1889\nd. 24 Jul 1969|p12.htm#i8360|||||||
     Susie Poore is the daughter of Thomas W. Poore and Ruth Branch.

Thomas W. Poore

M, b. 25 February 1912, d. 4 August 1987
Thomas W. Poore|b. 25 Feb 1912\nd. 4 Aug 1987|p15.htm#i11136|Joseph L. Poore|b. 2 Jan 1884\nd. 17 Feb 1937|p15.htm#i11130|Cora E. Keller|b. 25 Mar 1889\nd. 24 Jul 1969|p12.htm#i8360|||||||Thomas W. Keller|b. 19 Aug 1856\nd. 26 Aug 1942|p12.htm#i8847|Susan A. Barrier|b. Aug 1850\nd. 25 Dec 1940|p2.htm#i779|
     Thomas W. Poore [KELLER_AND_HOYLE_FAMILIES_OF_WESTERN_NORTH_CAROLINA.GED]

[Keller and Hoyle Families of W.ged]

Burial: August 1987, Jonas Ridge, Avery County, NC[Keller and Hoyle Family of Western North Carolina.FTW]

Burial: August 1987, Jonas Ridge, Avery County, NC. He was born on 25 February 1912 at North Carolina, USA. He was the son of Joseph L. Poore and Cora E. Keller. Thomas W. Poore died on 4 August 1987 at North Carolina, USA, at age 75.

Children of Thomas W. Poore and Ruth Branch

Artie Porch

M, b. 4 April 1912, d. 2 March 1916
Artie Porch|b. 4 Apr 1912\nd. 2 Mar 1916|p15.htm#i11137|Hugh L. Porch|b. 12 Sep 1868\nd. 11 May 1925|p15.htm#i11143|Julia Etta Holler|b. 23 Jun 1870\nd. 26 Apr 1963|p10.htm#i6960|||||||Francis C. Holler|b. 7 Mar 1852\nd. 17 May 1920|p10.htm#i6959|Eliza Keller|b. 22 Feb 1847\nd. 7 Mar 1926|p12.htm#i8394|
     Artie Porch was born on 4 April 1912 at Caldwell County, NC. He was the son of Hugh L. Porch and Julia Etta Holler. Artie Porch died on 2 March 1916 at Caldwell County, NC, at age 3.

Clara Eltie Porch

F, b. 11 October 1908, d. 8 October 1916
Clara Eltie Porch|b. 11 Oct 1908\nd. 8 Oct 1916|p15.htm#i11138|Hugh L. Porch|b. 12 Sep 1868\nd. 11 May 1925|p15.htm#i11143|Julia Etta Holler|b. 23 Jun 1870\nd. 26 Apr 1963|p10.htm#i6960|||||||Francis C. Holler|b. 7 Mar 1852\nd. 17 May 1920|p10.htm#i6959|Eliza Keller|b. 22 Feb 1847\nd. 7 Mar 1926|p12.htm#i8394|
     Clara Eltie Porch was born on 11 October 1908 at Caldwell County, NC. She was the daughter of Hugh L. Porch and Julia Etta Holler. Clara Eltie Porch died on 8 October 1916 at Caldwell County, NC, at age 7.

Donald Sturgis Porch

M, b. 30 August 1917, d. 25 March 1998
Donald Sturgis Porch|b. 30 Aug 1917\nd. 25 Mar 1998|p15.htm#i11139|Hugh L. Porch|b. 12 Sep 1868\nd. 11 May 1925|p15.htm#i11143|Julia Etta Holler|b. 23 Jun 1870\nd. 26 Apr 1963|p10.htm#i6960|||||||Francis C. Holler|b. 7 Mar 1852\nd. 17 May 1920|p10.htm#i6959|Eliza Keller|b. 22 Feb 1847\nd. 7 Mar 1926|p12.htm#i8394|
     Donald Sturgis Porch was born on 30 August 1917 at Caldwell County, NC. He was the son of Hugh L. Porch and Julia Etta Holler. Donald Sturgis Porch died on 25 March 1998 at age 80.

Edna Mae Porch

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Edna Mae Porch||p15.htm#i11140|Hugh L. Porch|b. 12 Sep 1868\nd. 11 May 1925|p15.htm#i11143|Julia Etta Holler|b. 23 Jun 1870\nd. 26 Apr 1963|p10.htm#i6960|||||||Francis C. Holler|b. 7 Mar 1852\nd. 17 May 1920|p10.htm#i6959|Eliza Keller|b. 22 Feb 1847\nd. 7 Mar 1926|p12.htm#i8394|
     Edna Mae Porch is the daughter of Hugh L. Porch and Julia Etta Holler.

Ethel Belle Porch

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Ethel Belle Porch||p15.htm#i11141|Hugh L. Porch|b. 12 Sep 1868\nd. 11 May 1925|p15.htm#i11143|Julia Etta Holler|b. 23 Jun 1870\nd. 26 Apr 1963|p10.htm#i6960|||||||Francis C. Holler|b. 7 Mar 1852\nd. 17 May 1920|p10.htm#i6959|Eliza Keller|b. 22 Feb 1847\nd. 7 Mar 1926|p12.htm#i8394|
     Ethel Belle Porch is the daughter of Hugh L. Porch and Julia Etta Holler.

Horace Lee Porch

M, b. 29 July 1914, d. 18 January 2000
Horace Lee Porch|b. 29 Jul 1914\nd. 18 Jan 2000|p15.htm#i11142|Hugh L. Porch|b. 12 Sep 1868\nd. 11 May 1925|p15.htm#i11143|Julia Etta Holler|b. 23 Jun 1870\nd. 26 Apr 1963|p10.htm#i6960|||||||Francis C. Holler|b. 7 Mar 1852\nd. 17 May 1920|p10.htm#i6959|Eliza Keller|b. 22 Feb 1847\nd. 7 Mar 1926|p12.htm#i8394|
     Horace Lee Porch was born on 29 July 1914 at Caldwell County, NC. He was the son of Hugh L. Porch and Julia Etta Holler. Horace Lee Porch died on 18 January 2000 at Caldwell County, NC, at age 85.

Hugh L. Porch

M, b. 12 September 1868, d. 11 May 1925
     Hugh L. Porch was born on 12 September 1868 at Caldwell County, NC. He married Julia Etta Holler, daughter of Francis Cash Holler and Eliza Keller, on 18 December 1898 at Caldwell County, NC. Hugh L. Porch died on 11 May 1925 at Caldwell County, NC, at age 56.

Children of Hugh L. Porch and Julia Etta Holler

Jesse Elijah Porch

M
Jesse Elijah Porch||p15.htm#i11144|Hugh L. Porch|b. 12 Sep 1868\nd. 11 May 1925|p15.htm#i11143|Julia Etta Holler|b. 23 Jun 1870\nd. 26 Apr 1963|p10.htm#i6960|||||||Francis C. Holler|b. 7 Mar 1852\nd. 17 May 1920|p10.htm#i6959|Eliza Keller|b. 22 Feb 1847\nd. 7 Mar 1926|p12.htm#i8394|
     Jesse Elijah Porch is the son of Hugh L. Porch and Julia Etta Holler.

Martha Ann Porch

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Martha Ann Porch||p15.htm#i11145|Hugh L. Porch|b. 12 Sep 1868\nd. 11 May 1925|p15.htm#i11143|Julia Etta Holler|b. 23 Jun 1870\nd. 26 Apr 1963|p10.htm#i6960|||||||Francis C. Holler|b. 7 Mar 1852\nd. 17 May 1920|p10.htm#i6959|Eliza Keller|b. 22 Feb 1847\nd. 7 Mar 1926|p12.htm#i8394|
     Martha Ann Porch is the daughter of Hugh L. Porch and Julia Etta Holler.

Ora Myrtle Porch

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Ora Myrtle Porch||p15.htm#i11146|Hugh L. Porch|b. 12 Sep 1868\nd. 11 May 1925|p15.htm#i11143|Julia Etta Holler|b. 23 Jun 1870\nd. 26 Apr 1963|p10.htm#i6960|||||||Francis C. Holler|b. 7 Mar 1852\nd. 17 May 1920|p10.htm#i6959|Eliza Keller|b. 22 Feb 1847\nd. 7 Mar 1926|p12.htm#i8394|
     Ora Myrtle Porch is the daughter of Hugh L. Porch and Julia Etta Holler.

Judicael Count of Porhoet

M, d. 1037
Judicael Count of Porhoet|d. 1037|p15.htm#i11147|Conan I Duke of Brittany|b. 927\nd. 29 Jun 992|p4.htm#i2450|Ermengarde De Anjou|b. 952\nd. 27 Jun 992|p6.htm#i4164|Judicael B. C. o. Rennes||p16.htm#i11482|(?) Gerberge||p8.htm#i5795|Geoffrey I. Grisgonelle|b. 11 Nov 958\nd. 21 Jul 987|p9.htm#i6222|Adelaide De Vermandois|b. 950\nd. 982|p7.htm#i4526|
     Judicael Count of Porhoet was the son of Conan I Duke of Brittany and Ermengarde De Anjou. Judicael Count of Porhoet died in 1037.

Lucy Portis1

F, b. 1824
     Lucy Portis was born in 1824 at North Carolina, USA.1

Child of Lucy Portis and John H. Rhyne

Citations

  1. [S7] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.

Sarah Povall

F, b. 1690, d. 1750
     Her married name was Royall. Sarah Povall married William Royall, son of Joseph Royall and Mary Harris, on 3 September 1683 at Henrico, Virginia, USA. Sarah Povall was born in 1690 at Henrico, Virginia, USA. She died in 1750 at Henrico, Virginia, USA.

Child of Sarah Povall and William Royall

Anna Powell1

F, b. 1750, d. 1820
     Anna Powell was born in 1750 at Culpepper, Virginia, USA.1 She died in 1820 at Burke, North Carolina, USA.1

Children of Anna Powell and Joseph McCrary

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Clark C Powell1

M

Child of Clark C Powell and Martha Edith Heft

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Emma Lou Powell1

F, b. 12 September 1920
     Emma Lou Powell died.1 She died.1 She was buried at Grigg Family Cemetery, Lawndale, North Carolina.2,1 Her married name was Grigg. She was born on 12 September 1920.3,1 She married Albert Eugene Grigg, son of Francis Erwin Grigg and Lela Leona McMurry, on 27 November 1938 at Cleveland County, North Carolina.3,4,1

Children of Emma Lou Powell and Albert Eugene Grigg

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.
  2. [S9] Unknown author, W.D. (Bill) Floyd, N.C. Cemeteries - on the internet - http://rfci.net/wdfloyd/.
  3. [S22] Unknown author, Internet, gerald.grigg@@gte.net.
  4. [S76] Unknown author, www.grigg-family.net.

Living Powell1

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Living Powell||p15.htm#i11153|Clark C Powell||p15.htm#i11151|Martha Edith Heft||p9.htm#i6633|||||||Albert P. Heft|b. 30 Apr 1857\nd. 12 Jun 1946|p9.htm#i6603|Lydia Poling|b. 2 May 1860\nd. 29 Dec 1945|p15.htm#i11119|
     Living Powell is the child of Clark C Powell and Martha Edith Heft.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Christine Powers1

F, b. 1794, d. 21 September 1872
     Her married name was Hicks. Christine Powers was born in 1794 at Grayson, Virginia, USA.1 She married Reuben Robert Hicks, son of Aulse Hicks and Sarah Robertson Handshoe, on 16 June 1815 at Russell, Virginia, USA.1 Christine Powers died on 21 September 1872 at Carter, Kentucky, USA.1

Child of Christine Powers and Reuben Robert Hicks

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Pauline Powers1

F

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Pink Powers1

M

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Margaret Poyntz1

F, b. 1511, d. November 1568
     Margaret Poyntz was born in 1511 at Iron Acton, Gloucestershire, England.1 She died in November 1568 at England.1

Child of Margaret Poyntz and Robert Newton

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Margaret Georgiana Poyntz1

F, b. 1737, d. 18 March 1814
     Margaret Georgiana Poyntz was born in 1737 at Midgham House, Berkshire, England.1 She died on 18 March 1814 at St Albans, Hertfordshire, England.1

Children of Margaret Georgiana Poyntz and John Spencer

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Archibald Prater1,2

M, b. 1755, d. 10 August 1831
Archibald Prater|b. 1755\nd. 10 Aug 1831|p15.htm#i11159|Jonathan Prather|b. 1728\nd. 1772|p15.htm#i11178|Elizabeth Cresap|b. 19 Jan 1734/35\nd. 1826|p6.htm#i3777|Thomas S. Prather|b. 1704\nd. 20 Sep 1785|p15.htm#i11181|Elizabeth Clagett|b. 1708\nd. 1767|p5.htm#i3152|Thomas Cresap|b. 1694\nd. 31 Jan 1787|p6.htm#i3778|Hannah Johnson|b. 1705\nd. 1774|p11.htm#i8125|
     Archibald Prater was born in 1755 at Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA.1,2 He was the son of Jonathan Prather and Elizabeth Cresap. Archibald Prater married Sarah Martha Fugate on 11 August 1783 at Montgomery, Virginia, USA.2 Archibald Prater died on 10 August 1831 at Floyd, Kentucky, USA.2

Child of Archibald Prater and Sarah Martha Fugate

Citations

  1. [S35] Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, Source number: 60.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JST..
  2. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Elijah Prater1

M, b. 1 December 1795, d. 16 September 1839
Elijah Prater|b. 1 Dec 1795\nd. 16 Sep 1839|p15.htm#i11160|Archibald Prater|b. 1755\nd. 10 Aug 1831|p15.htm#i11159|Sarah Martha Fugate|b. 26 Jul 1763\nd. 27 Aug 1832|p8.htm#i5672|Jonathan Prather|b. 1728\nd. 1772|p15.htm#i11178|Elizabeth Cresap|b. 19 Jan 1734/35\nd. 1826|p6.htm#i3777|||||||
     Elijah Prater was born on 1 December 1795 at West Liberty, Morgan, Kentucky, USA.1 He was the son of Archibald Prater and Sarah Martha Fugate. Elijah Prater married Jane Jennie Patrick on 22 June 1815 at Floyd, Kentucky, USA.1 Elijah Prater died on 16 September 1839 at Floyd, Kentucky, USA, at age 43.1

Child of Elijah Prater and Jane Jennie Patrick

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Florence Ester Prater1,2,3

F, b. March 1981, d. 1 October 1960
Florence Ester Prater|b. Mar 1981\nd. 1 Oct 1960|p15.htm#i11161|John J C 'Crit' Prater||p15.htm#i11164|Cynthia E Stacy|b. 18 Aug 1879|p18.htm#i12962|John Prater||p15.htm#i11163|Purlina Hamman|b. c 1842|p9.htm#i6389|||||||
     Florence Ester Prater was also known as Florence Ester Prater.3 She lived at Boyd.4,3 Florence Ester Prater was also known as Florence McGraw.3 Florence Ester Prater was also known as Easter F McGraw.3 She was born circa 1891 at Morgan, Kentucky, USA.3 She lived in 1900 at Caney, Morgan, Kentucky.2,3 She lived in 1910 at River, Morgan, Kentucky.1,3 She lived in 1910 at River, Morgan, Kentucky.3 She lived in 1910 at River, Morgan, Kentucky.1,3 She lived in 1920 at River, Morgan, Kentucky.5,3 She died on 1 October 1960 at Boyd, Kentucky, at age -21.4,3 She was born in March 1981 at Morgan, Kentucky, USA.1,2,4,5,3 She was the daughter of John J C 'Crit' Prater and Cynthia E Stacy.

Child of Florence Ester Prater and Edward McGraw

Citations

  1. [S14] Ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census, Year: 1910; Census Place: River, Morgan, Kentucky; Roll: T624_492; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 148; Image: 953..
  2. [S13] Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census, Year: 1900; Census Place: Caney, Morgan, Kentucky; Roll: T623 545; Page: 21A; Enumeration District: 74..
  3. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.
  4. [S134] Health Data Branch, Divisision of Epidemiology and Health Planning, comp. Commonwealth of Kentucky, Kentucky Death Index, 1911-2000.
  5. [S12] Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census, Year: 1920; Census Place: River, Morgan, Kentucky; Roll: T625_592; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 204; Image: 731..

Jane Prater1,2

F, b. 22 March 1822, d. 14 April 1897
Jane Prater|b. 22 Mar 1822\nd. 14 Apr 1897|p15.htm#i11162|Elijah Prater|b. 1 Dec 1795\nd. 16 Sep 1839|p15.htm#i11160|Jane Jennie Patrick|b. 14 Aug 1800\nd. 14 Sep 1839|p15.htm#i10816|Archibald Prater|b. 1755\nd. 10 Aug 1831|p15.htm#i11159|Sarah M. Fugate|b. 26 Jul 1763\nd. 27 Aug 1832|p8.htm#i5672|||||||
     Her married name was Hamman. Jane Prater was born on 22 March 1822 at Floyd, Kentucky, USA.1,2 She was the daughter of Elijah Prater and Jane Jennie Patrick. Jane Prater married Andrew Jackson Hamman on 10 September 1840 at West Liberty, Morgan, Kentucky, USA.2 Jane Prater died on 14 April 1897 at Bloomington, Morgan, Kentucky, USA, at age 75.1,2

Child of Jane Prater and Andrew Jackson Hamman

Citations

  1. [S7] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.
  2. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

John Prater1,2

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John Prater||p15.htm#i11163|Jonathan Prater|b. 1815\nd. 1854|p15.htm#i11165|Peggy Bailey|b. 1819\nd. 1860|p1.htm#i631|William Prater|b. 1787\nd. 1848|p15.htm#i11172|Obedience Prater|b. 1790\nd. 1850|p15.htm#i11169|||||||
     John Prater died at Morgan, Kentucky, USA.2 He was born at Floyd, Kentucky, USA.1,2 He was the son of Jonathan Prater and Peggy Bailey. John Prater married Purlina Hamman, daughter of Andrew Jackson Hamman and Jane Prater, on 8 August 1858 at Morgan, Kentucky, USA.2 John Prater lived in 1900 at Caney, Morgan, Kentucky.1,2

Child of John Prater and Purlina Hamman

Citations

  1. [S13] Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census, Year: 1900; Census Place: Caney, Morgan, Kentucky; Roll: T623 545; Page: 21A; Enumeration District: 74..
  2. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

John J C 'Crit' Prater1,2

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John J C 'Crit' Prater||p15.htm#i11164|John Prater||p15.htm#i11163|Purlina Hamman|b. c 1842|p9.htm#i6389|Jonathan Prater|b. 1815\nd. 1854|p15.htm#i11165|Peggy Bailey|b. 1819\nd. 1860|p1.htm#i631|Andrew J. Hamman|b. 22 Sep 1819\nd. 3 Oct 1853|p9.htm#i6388|Jane Prater|b. 22 Mar 1822\nd. 14 Apr 1897|p15.htm#i11162|
     John J C 'Crit' Prater is the son of John Prater and Purlina Hamman. John J C 'Crit' Prater married Cynthia E Stacy on 14 May 1890.2

Children of John J C 'Crit' Prater and Cynthia E Stacy

Citations

  1. [S14] Ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census, Year: 1910; Census Place: River, Morgan, Kentucky; Roll: T624_492; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 148; Image: 952..
  2. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Jonathan Prater1,2,3

M, b. 1815, d. 1854
Jonathan Prater|b. 1815\nd. 1854|p15.htm#i11165|William Prater|b. 1787\nd. 1848|p15.htm#i11172|Obedience Prater|b. 1790\nd. 1850|p15.htm#i11169|||||||William Prater|b. 1773\nd. 1813|p15.htm#i11171|Elizabeth Fugate|b. 1765|p8.htm#i5671|
     Jonathan Prater was born in 1815 at Floyd, Kentucky, USA.1,2,3 He was the son of William Prater and Obedience Prater. Jonathan Prater married Peggy Bailey on 6 December 1835 at Floyd, Kentucky, USA.3 Jonathan Prater lived in 1850 at My District, Floyd, Kentucky.1,3 He died in 1854 at Magoffin, Kentucky, USA.2,3

Child of Jonathan Prater and Peggy Bailey

Citations

  1. [S59] Ancestry.com, 1850 United States Federal Census, Year: 1850; Census Place: My District, Floyd, Kentucky; Roll: M432_200; Page: 447; Image: 82..
  2. [S7] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.
  3. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Kiser Prater1

M, b. 8 January 1902, d. 23 March 1991
Kiser Prater|b. 8 Jan 1902\nd. 23 Mar 1991|p15.htm#i11166|John J C 'Crit' Prater||p15.htm#i11164|Cynthia E Stacy|b. 18 Aug 1879|p18.htm#i12962|John Prater||p15.htm#i11163|Purlina Hamman|b. c 1842|p9.htm#i6389|||||||
     Kiser Prater was born on 8 January 1902 at Morgan County Kentucky.1 He was the son of John J C 'Crit' Prater and Cynthia E Stacy. Kiser Prater died on 23 March 1991 at Butler County Ohio at age 89.1

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Malcom Prater1,2

M, b. December 1899, d. 1989
Malcom Prater|b. Dec 1899\nd. 1989|p15.htm#i11167|John J C 'Crit' Prater||p15.htm#i11164|Cynthia E Stacy|b. 18 Aug 1879|p18.htm#i12962|John Prater||p15.htm#i11163|Purlina Hamman|b. c 1842|p9.htm#i6389|||||||
     Malcom Prater was also known as Malcolm Prater.3,2 He was born in December 1899 at Morgan, Kentucky, USA.1,3,2 He was the son of John J C 'Crit' Prater and Cynthia E Stacy. Malcom Prater lived in 1930 at District 8, Floyd, Kentucky.1,2 He died in 1989.2

Citations

  1. [S70] Ancestry.com, 1930 United States Federal Census, Year: 1930; Census Place: District 8, Floyd, Kentucky; Roll: 745; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 28; Image: 529.0..
  2. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.
  3. [S7] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.

Mary Prater1

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Mary Prater||p15.htm#i11168|John J C 'Crit' Prater||p15.htm#i11164|Cynthia E Stacy|b. 18 Aug 1879|p18.htm#i12962|John Prater||p15.htm#i11163|Purlina Hamman|b. c 1842|p9.htm#i6389|||||||
     Mary Prater is the daughter of John J C 'Crit' Prater and Cynthia E Stacy.

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Obedience Prater1

F, b. 1790, d. 1850
Obedience Prater|b. 1790\nd. 1850|p15.htm#i11169|William Prater|b. 1773\nd. 1813|p15.htm#i11171|Elizabeth Fugate|b. 1765|p8.htm#i5671|Jonathan Prather|b. 1728\nd. 1772|p15.htm#i11178|Elizabeth Cresap|b. 19 Jan 1734/35\nd. 1826|p6.htm#i3777|||||||
     Her married name was Prater. Obedience Prater was born in 1790 at Russell, Virginia, USA.1 She was born in 1790. She was the daughter of William Prater and Elizabeth Fugate. Obedience Prater married William Prater on 7 August 1811 at Floyd, Kentucky, USA.1 Obedience Prater died in 1850 at Floyd, Kentucky, USA.1 She died in 1850.

Child of Obedience Prater and William Prather

Child of Obedience Prater and William Prater

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Oscar Prater1,2,3,4,5

M, b. 26 March 1895, d. 1985
Oscar Prater|b. 26 Mar 1895\nd. 1985|p15.htm#i11170|John J C 'Crit' Prater||p15.htm#i11164|Cynthia E Stacy|b. 18 Aug 1879|p18.htm#i12962|John Prater||p15.htm#i11163|Purlina Hamman|b. c 1842|p9.htm#i6389|||||||
     Oscar Prater lived at Butler, Ohio.2,5 He lived at Not Stated, Morgan, Kentucky.1,5 He was born in 1895 at Kentucky.5 He was born on 26 March 1895 at Morgan CO, Kentucky.1,2,3,4,5 He was the son of John J C 'Crit' Prater and Cynthia E Stacy. Oscar Prater lived in 1920 at Middletown Ward 4, Butler, Ohio.3,5 He died in 1985.5

Citations

  1. [S71] Ancestry.com, World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Registration Location: Morgan County, Kentucky; Roll: 1653660; Draft Board: 0..
  2. [S118] Ancestry.com, U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942, Roll: WWII_1148894; Local board: Butler , Ohio..
  3. [S12] Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census, Year: 1920; Census Place: Middletown Ward 4, Butler, Ohio; Roll: T625_1352; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 63; Image: 1023..
  4. [S7] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.
  5. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

William Prater1

M, b. 1773, d. 1813
William Prater|b. 1773\nd. 1813|p15.htm#i11171|Jonathan Prather|b. 1728\nd. 1772|p15.htm#i11178|Elizabeth Cresap|b. 19 Jan 1734/35\nd. 1826|p6.htm#i3777|Thomas S. Prather|b. 1704\nd. 20 Sep 1785|p15.htm#i11181|Elizabeth Clagett|b. 1708\nd. 1767|p5.htm#i3152|Thomas Cresap|b. 1694\nd. 31 Jan 1787|p6.htm#i3778|Hannah Johnson|b. 1705\nd. 1774|p11.htm#i8125|
     William Prater was born in 1773 at Russell, Virginia, USA.1 He was the son of Jonathan Prather and Elizabeth Cresap. William Prater married Elizabeth Fugate on 26 April 1785 at Washington, Virginia, USA.1 William Prater died in 1813 at Bath, Kentucky, USA.1

Child of William Prater and Elizabeth Fugate

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

William Prater1,2,3,4

M, b. 1787, d. 1848
     William Prater was born in 1787 at Russell, Virginia, USA.1,2,3,4 He married Obedience Prater, daughter of William Prater and Elizabeth Fugate, on 7 August 1811 at Floyd, Kentucky, USA.4 William Prater died in 1848 at Floyd, Kentucky, USA.4 He lived in 1850 at My District, Floyd, Kentucky.3,4 He lived in 1870 at Black Water, Morgan, Kentucky.1,4

Child of William Prater and Obedience Prater

Citations

  1. [S57] Ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census, Year: 1870; Census Place: , , ; Roll: M593.
  2. [S35] Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, Source number: 114.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JST..
  3. [S59] Ancestry.com, 1850 United States Federal Census, Year: 1850; Census Place: My District, Floyd, Kentucky; Roll: M432_200; Page: 454; Image: 97..
  4. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

William Prater1

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     William Prater married Cora Alma Matheson, daughter of Elisha Dallas Matheson and Martha E Norwood, on 5 November 1898.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Florence Esther Prather

F, b. March 1891
Florence Esther Prather|b. Mar 1891|p15.htm#i11174|John J Prather|b. 1872|p15.htm#i11177|Cynthia E Stacy|b. 18 Aug 1879|p18.htm#i12962|John Prather|b. 1841|p15.htm#i11176|Purlina Hammon|b. 1843|p9.htm#i6391|||||||
     Florence Esther Prather was born in March 1891 at Morgan, Kentucky, USA. She was the daughter of John J Prather and Cynthia E Stacy.

Child of Florence Esther Prather and Edward McGraw

James Prather

M

Child of James Prather and Katherine Hoyle

John Prather

M, b. 1841
John Prather|b. 1841|p15.htm#i11176|Jonathon Prather|b. 1815\nd. 1854|p15.htm#i11179|Margaret Bailey||p1.htm#i629|William Prather|b. 1787\nd. 1850|p15.htm#i11183|Obedience Prater|b. 1790\nd. 1850|p15.htm#i11169|||||||
     John Prather was born in 1841. He was the son of Jonathon Prather and Margaret Bailey.

Child of John Prather and Purlina Hammon

John J Prather

M, b. 1872
John J Prather|b. 1872|p15.htm#i11177|John Prather|b. 1841|p15.htm#i11176|Purlina Hammon|b. 1843|p9.htm#i6391|Jonathon Prather|b. 1815\nd. 1854|p15.htm#i11179|Margaret Bailey||p1.htm#i629|||||||
     John J Prather was born in 1872. He was the son of John Prather and Purlina Hammon.

Child of John J Prather and Cynthia E Stacy

Jonathan Prather1

M, b. 1728, d. 1772
Jonathan Prather|b. 1728\nd. 1772|p15.htm#i11178|Thomas Sprigg Prather|b. 1704\nd. 20 Sep 1785|p15.htm#i11181|Elizabeth Clagett|b. 1708\nd. 1767|p5.htm#i3152|||||||Thomas Clagett|b. 1678\nd. 1732|p5.htm#i3153|Mary Keene|b. 1682\nd. 1759|p11.htm#i8217|
     Jonathan Prather was born in 1728 at Prince Georges, Maryland, USA.1 He was the son of Thomas Sprigg Prather and Elizabeth Clagett. Jonathan Prather married Elizabeth Cresap, daughter of Thomas Cresap and Hannah Johnson, in 1748 at Frederick, Maryland, USA.1 Jonathan Prather died in 1772 at Bedford, Virginia, USA.1

Children of Jonathan Prather and Elizabeth Cresap

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Jonathon Prather

M, b. 1815, d. 1854
Jonathon Prather|b. 1815\nd. 1854|p15.htm#i11179|William Prather|b. 1787\nd. 1850|p15.htm#i11183|Obedience Prater|b. 1790\nd. 1850|p15.htm#i11169|William Prather|b. 1773\nd. 1813|p15.htm#i11182|Elizabeth Fugate|b. 1765|p8.htm#i5671|William Prater|b. 1773\nd. 1813|p15.htm#i11171|Elizabeth Fugate|b. 1765|p8.htm#i5671|
     Jonathon Prather was born in 1815 at Floyd, Kentucky, USA. He was the son of William Prather and Obedience Prater. Jonathon Prather died in 1854 at Magoffin, Kentucky, USA.

Child of Jonathon Prather and Margaret Bailey

Melville Prather

M, b. 1847
Melville Prather|b. 1847|p15.htm#i11180|James Prather||p15.htm#i11175|Katherine Hoyle|b. 1827|p11.htm#i7578|||||||Michael Hoyle III|b. 1788\nd. 1863|p11.htm#i7648|Ann L. Mathes|b. 13 Dec 1804\nd. Nov 1843|p14.htm#i9834|
     Melville Prather was born in 1847 at Tennessee, USA. He was the son of James Prather and Katherine Hoyle.

Thomas Sprigg Prather

M, b. 1704, d. 20 September 1785
     Thomas Sprigg Prather was also known as Thomas M Prather.1,2,3 He was born in 1704 at Frederick, Maryland, USA.1,3,2 He was born in 1704 at Prince George, Maryland, USA.2,3 He was born in 1704 at Calvert, Maryland, USA. He married Elizabeth Clagett, daughter of Thomas Clagett and Mary Keene, on 10 June 1725. Thomas Sprigg Prather died on 24 July 1785 at Washington, Maryland, USA.3,2 He died on 20 September 1785 at Weston, Prince George, MD.

Child of Thomas Sprigg Prather and Elizabeth Clagett

Citations

  1. [S35] Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, Source number: 693.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: RBM..
  2. [S7] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.
  3. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

William Prather

M, b. 1773, d. 1813
William Prather|b. 1773\nd. 1813|p15.htm#i11182||||Elizabeth Cresap|b. 19 Jan 1734/35\nd. 1826|p6.htm#i3777|||||||Thomas Cresap|b. 1694\nd. 31 Jan 1787|p6.htm#i3778|Hannah Johnson|b. 1705\nd. 1774|p11.htm#i8125|
     William Prather was born in 1773 at Russell, Virginia, USA. He was the son of Elizabeth Cresap. William Prather died in 1813 at Bath, Kentucky, USA.

Child of William Prather and Elizabeth Fugate

William Prather

M, b. 1787, d. 1850
William Prather|b. 1787\nd. 1850|p15.htm#i11183|William Prather|b. 1773\nd. 1813|p15.htm#i11182|Elizabeth Fugate|b. 1765|p8.htm#i5671||||Elizabeth Cresap|b. 19 Jan 1734/35\nd. 1826|p6.htm#i3777|||||||
     William Prather was born in 1787. He was the son of William Prather and Elizabeth Fugate. William Prather died in 1850.

Child of William Prather and Obedience Prater

Elizabeth Pressnell1

F
     Elizabeth Pressnell married Thomas Rhyne, son of Jacob Rhyne II and Maria Elizabeth Best, in 1824 at Perry, Missouri, USA.1

Children of Elizabeth Pressnell and Thomas Rhyne

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Shirley Mary Price1

F

Children of Shirley Mary Price and Kenneth Duane Beery

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Elizabeth Pride1

F, b. 1686, d. 1740
     Her married name was Watkins. Elizabeth Pride was born in 1686 at Swift Creek, Henrico, Virginia, USA.1 She married Thomas Watkins, son of Henry Watkins and Katherine Pride, in 1705 at Swift Creek, Powhatan, Virginia, USA.1 Elizabeth Pride died in 1740 at Cumberland, Virginia, USA.1

Children of Elizabeth Pride and Thomas Watkins

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Katherine Pride1

F, b. 1642, d. 1703
     Katherine Pride was born in 1642 at Curles, Henrico, Virginia, USA.1 She died in 1703 at Malvern Hills, Henrico, Virginia, USA.1

Children of Katherine Pride and Henry Watkins

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Llewellyn Ap Jorwerth Prince of North Wales1

M, b. 1188, d. 11 April 1240
Llewellyn Ap Jorwerth Prince of North Wales|b. 1188\nd. 11 Apr 1240|p15.htm#i11188|Iorwerth Ap Owain|b. 1145\nd. 1184|p1.htm#i481|(?) Margaret|b. 1150|p14.htm#i9767|Owain Ap Gruffydd|b. 1087\nd. Dec 1169|p1.htm#i480|Gwladus V. Llywarch|b. 1098\nd. 1155|p13.htm#i9603|||||||
     Llewellyn Ap Jorwerth Prince of North Wales was born in 1173 at Aberffraw Castle, Anglesey, Wales.1 He was born in 1188 at Aberffraw Castle, Anglesey, Wales.2 He was the son of Iorwerth Ap Owain and (?) Margaret. Llewellyn Ap Jorwerth Prince of North Wales died on 11 April 1240 at Aberconway, North Wales.1 He died on 11 April 1240 at Aberconwy, Arllechwedd Isaf, Caernarvonshire, Wales.2

Children of Llewellyn Ap Jorwerth Prince of North Wales and Joan Plantagenet

Citations

  1. [S7] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.
  2. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Leanna Anna Prince1

F, b. 3 October 1842, d. 28 October 1919
     Leanna Anna Prince was born at Page, Virginia, USA.1 She was born on 3 October 1842 at Stoney Man, Page, Virginia, USA.1 She lived in 1870 at Luray, Page, Virginia.2 She died on 28 October 1919 at Staunton, Augusta, Virginia, USA, at age 77.1

Children of Leanna Anna Prince and David Heironymous Henkel

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..
  2. [S29] Ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census, Database online. Luray, Page, Virginia, post office Luray, roll 1670,page 352, image 24..

Isabella Princess of France

F

Child of Isabella Princess of France and Edward II Plantagenet

Marguerite Princess of France

F

Children of Marguerite Princess of France and Edward I Plantagenet

Helen Louise Pringle1

F, b. 24 January 1923, d. 15 April 1980
     Helen Louise Pringle was born on 24 January 1923.1 She died on 15 April 1980 at age 57.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Joseph Printz1

M, b. 1804, d. 1883
     Joseph Printz was born in 1804 at Shenandoah, Virginia, USA.1 He married Susana Blosser, daughter of Jacob Blosser and Barbara Beery, on 23 September 1830 at Luray, Shenandoah, Virginia, USA.1 Joseph Printz died in 1883 at Mahoning, Virginia, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Janice Pritchard

F
Janice Pritchard||p15.htm#i11194|Roy Hampton Pritchard||p15.htm#i11195|Josephine C. Poore||p15.htm#i11131|||||||Joseph L. Poore|b. 2 Jan 1884\nd. 17 Feb 1937|p15.htm#i11130|Cora E. Keller|b. 25 Mar 1889\nd. 24 Jul 1969|p12.htm#i8360|
     Janice Pritchard is the daughter of Roy Hampton Pritchard and Josephine C. Poore.

Roy Hampton Pritchard

M

Child of Roy Hampton Pritchard and Josephine C. Poore

Junie May Proctor1

F, b. 4 March 1887, d. 28 July 1957
     Junie May Proctor was born on 4 March 1887.1 She died on 28 July 1957 at age 70.1

Children of Junie May Proctor and Michael W Leonhardt

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Daniel Grover Propst

M
     Daniel Grover Propst married Mary Ann Hoyle, daughter of Beryl Wells Hoyle and Jane Lewis, on 14 December 1882 at Caldwell County, NC, USA.

Howard M Propst1

M, b. 12 September 1913, d. 12 October 1991
     Howard M Propst married Ruby Stanfield, daughter of John Thomas Stanfill and Emma Louise Cook.1 Howard M Propst was born on 12 September 1913.1 He died on 12 October 1991 at age 78.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Lucinda Propst

F
     Lucinda Propst married Manuel Eli Hoyle, son of Beryl Wells Hoyle and Jane Lewis, on 6 October 1880 at Catawba County, North Carolina, USA.

Boso Count of Vienne King of Provence

M

Children of Boso Count of Vienne King of Provence and Ermengard of Provence

Boso II of Provence

M, b. 883, d. 966
     Boso II of Provence was born in 883.1 He married Constance De Vienne, daughter of Charles Constantine of Vienne and Thiberge de Troyes, in 930.1 Boso II of Provence died in 966 at Avignon, Vaucluse, Provence, France.1

Child of Boso II of Provence and Constance De Vienne

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Ermengard of Provence

F
Ermengard of Provence||p15.htm#i11202|Louis II Holy Roman Emperor|b. 825\nd. 12 Aug 875|p7.htm#i5069|Engelberga of Parma||p15.htm#i10733|Lothair I. H. R. Emperor||p7.htm#i5068|Ermengarde o. Tours||p19.htm#i13840|||||||
     Ermengard of Provence is the daughter of Louis II Holy Roman Emperor and Engelberga of Parma.

Children of Ermengard of Provence and Boso Count of Vienne King of Provence

Guilla of Provence

F, d. before 924
     Guilla of Provence Guilla of Provence or of Burgundy (died before 924) was an early medieval Frankish queen in the Rhone valley.

It is certain that she was firstly consort of king Rudolf I of Upper Burgundy (who was proclaimed king in 888 and died on 25 October 911) and then since 912 consort of Hugh of Arles, border count of Provence, who in 926 became king of Northern Italy.

Queen Guilla's date of death, after 912 but before 924, is between those years because of a charter (expressing her be dead) dated in the latter year. After her death, in 926, her widower, count Hugh, took over the kingdom of Italy from Rudolf II of Burgundy (who was either stepson or own son of Guilla).

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Guilla. She died before 924.

Children of Guilla of Provence and Rudolph I of Burgundy

Hugh of Provence

M, b. before 887, d. 10 April 948
     Hugh of Provence was born before 887. He died on 10 April 948.

Child of Hugh of Provence and (?) Alda

William I Count of Provence

M
William I Count of Provence||p15.htm#i11205|Boso II of Provence|b. 883\nd. 966|p15.htm#i11201|Constance De Vienne|b. 895|p7.htm#i4530|||||||Charles C. o. Vienne|d. 962|p19.htm#i13978|Thiberge de Troyes||p7.htm#i4510|
     William I Count of Provence is the son of Boso II of Provence and Constance De Vienne.

Child of William I Count of Provence and Adelaide of Anjou

Barbara Prudentia

F, b. 1660, d. 1697
     Barbara Prudentia was born in 1660 at Oberfranken, Bayern, Germany. She died in 1697 at Germany.

Child of Barbara Prudentia and Paulus Hoffman

Bertrada of Prüm

F, b. 660, d. 721
Bertrada of Prüm|b. 660\nd. 721|p15.htm#i11207|Theodoric III King of Neustria|b. 651\nd. Apr 691|p15.htm#i10563|Clotilda Of Heristal|b. 650\nd. 692|p9.htm#i6748|Clovis I. K. o. Neustria||p15.htm#i10561|(?) Balthild||p1.htm#i658|Duke A. Of Austrasia|b. 624\nd. 679|p15.htm#i10634|(?) Saint Begga|b. 627\nd. 693|p17.htm#i12186|
     Bertrada of Prüm Bertrada (b. ca. 670 - d. after 721), also called 'Bertha', and perhaps a Merovingian princess, is known to be the mother of Caribert of Laon, with whom she is co-founder and benefactor of the Prüm Abbey. Theyfounded the abbey in 721.

Through Charibert's daughter Bertrada of Laon, wife of Pippin the Younger, Bertrada is the grandmother of Charlemagne.

Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bertrada_of_Pr%C3%BCm. She was born in 660.1 She was the daughter of Theodoric III King of Neustria and Clotilda Of Heristal. Bertrada of Prüm was born in 670. She died in 721.1 She died after 721.

Child of Bertrada of Prüm and Martin of Laon

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

(?) Pryor1

M

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Gary Lowell Pullen1

M
Gary Lowell Pullen||p15.htm#i11209|Lowell W Pullen||p15.htm#i11212|Gloria Rector||p16.htm#i11401|||||||Floyd C. Rector|b. 7 Dec 1891\nd. 29 Aug 1975|p16.htm#i11400|Chloe Huddle|b. 17 May 1897\nd. 5 Jul 1974|p11.htm#i7759|
     Gary Lowell Pullen is the son of Lowell W Pullen and Gloria Rector.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Gina Renee Pullen1

F
Gina Renee Pullen||p15.htm#i11210|Lowell W Pullen||p15.htm#i11212|Gloria Rector||p16.htm#i11401|||||||Floyd C. Rector|b. 7 Dec 1891\nd. 29 Aug 1975|p16.htm#i11400|Chloe Huddle|b. 17 May 1897\nd. 5 Jul 1974|p11.htm#i7759|
     Gina Renee Pullen is the daughter of Lowell W Pullen and Gloria Rector.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Kim Alan Pullen1

M
Kim Alan Pullen||p15.htm#i11211|Lowell W Pullen||p15.htm#i11212|Gloria Rector||p16.htm#i11401|||||||Floyd C. Rector|b. 7 Dec 1891\nd. 29 Aug 1975|p16.htm#i11400|Chloe Huddle|b. 17 May 1897\nd. 5 Jul 1974|p11.htm#i7759|
     Kim Alan Pullen is the son of Lowell W Pullen and Gloria Rector.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Lowell W Pullen1

M

Children of Lowell W Pullen and Gloria Rector

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Randall Keene Pullen1

M
Randall Keene Pullen||p15.htm#i11213|Lowell W Pullen||p15.htm#i11212|Gloria Rector||p16.htm#i11401|||||||Floyd C. Rector|b. 7 Dec 1891\nd. 29 Aug 1975|p16.htm#i11400|Chloe Huddle|b. 17 May 1897\nd. 5 Jul 1974|p11.htm#i7759|
     Randall Keene Pullen is the son of Lowell W Pullen and Gloria Rector.

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Elizabeth Purefoy1

F, b. 1400, d. 1474
     Elizabeth Purefoy was born in 1400 at Drayton, Leicestershire, England.1 She died in 1474 at Fawsley, Northamptonshire, England.1

Child of Elizabeth Purefoy and Richard Knightley

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Beth Putnam1

F
     Beth Putnam married George Wilson Hamrick, son of Lester Olin Hamrick and Margaret Wilson, on 6 July 1957.1

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Margaret Puttenham

F

Child of Margaret Puttenham and John Throckmorton

Emma Queen Of Germany1

F, b. 806, d. 31 January 875
Emma Queen Of Germany|b. 806\nd. 31 Jan 875|p15.htm#i11217|(?) Welf|b. 787\nd. 3 Sep 824|p20.htm#i14336|Hedwig Duchess of Bavaria|b. 806\nd. 31 Jan 875|p2.htm#i841|Rothard o. Metz||p14.htm#i10271||||(?) Isanbart||p11.htm#i8021||||
     Emma Queen Of Germany was born in 806 at Saxony, Grmany.1 She was the daughter of (?) Welf and Hedwig Duchess of Bavaria. Emma Queen Of Germany died on 31 January 875 at Careme.1

Children of Emma Queen Of Germany and Louis the German

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Armanda Jane Queen1

F, b. 24 December 1859, d. 9 May 1928
Armanda Jane Queen|b. 24 Dec 1859\nd. 9 May 1928|p15.htm#i11218|Joseph Queen|b. 1840\nd. 1901|p15.htm#i11225|(?) Margaret||p14.htm#i9769|John Queen|b. 1813\nd. 1866|p15.htm#i11223|Cynthia Goins|b. 1812|p8.htm#i5880|||||||
     Her married name was Peeler. Armanda Jane Queen was born on 24 December 1859 at North Carolina, USA.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Queen and (?) Margaret. Armanda Jane Queen married Doctor Miles Peeler, son of David Peeler and Elizabeth Ledford, in 1878 at Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA. Armanda Jane Queen died on 9 May 1928 at Cherokee, South Carolina, USA, at age 68.1

Children of Armanda Jane Queen and Doctor Miles Peeler

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Frances Queen1

M, b. 1860
     Frances Queen was born in 1860 at North Carolina, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

George H Queen1

M, b. 1849, d. 1870
     George H Queen was born in 1849 at North Carolina, USA.1 He died in 1870.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Jane Queen

F, b. 1834, d. 11 November 1917
     Her married name was Hoyle. Jane Queen was born in 1834 at North Carolina, USA. She married Daniel A Hoyle, son of Eli Hoyle and Sarah Ramsour, on 9 October 1853. Jane Queen died on 11 November 1917.

Children of Jane Queen and Daniel A Hoyle

Jane Queen1

F, b. 1834, d. 11 November 1917
     Jane Queen was born in 1834 at North Carolina, USA.1 She died on 11 November 1917.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

John Queen1

M, b. 1813, d. 1866
John Queen|b. 1813\nd. 1866|p15.htm#i11223|Meredith Queen|b. 1783\nd. 1860|p15.htm#i11228|Jane Weedon|b. 1784\nd. 1850|p20.htm#i14328|||||||||||||
     John Queen was also known as John Queen.1 He was born in 1813 at North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of Meredith Queen and Jane Weedon. John Queen died in 1866 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA.1

Child of John Queen and Cynthia Goins

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

John Queen1

M, b. 1859
     John Queen was born in 1859 at North Carolina, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Joseph Queen1

M, b. 1840, d. 1901
Joseph Queen|b. 1840\nd. 1901|p15.htm#i11225|John Queen|b. 1813\nd. 1866|p15.htm#i11223|Cynthia Goins|b. 1812|p8.htm#i5880|Meredith Queen|b. 1783\nd. 1860|p15.htm#i11228|Jane Weedon|b. 1784\nd. 1850|p20.htm#i14328|||||||
     Joseph Queen was born in 1840 at North Carolina, USA.1 He was born in 1840 at North Carolina, USA.1 He was the son of John Queen and Cynthia Goins. Joseph Queen died in 1901.1 He died in 1901.1

Child of Joseph Queen and (?) Margaret

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Laben Queen1

M, b. 20 December 1845, d. 2 September 1935
     Laben Queen was born on 20 December 1845 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA.1 He died on 2 September 1935 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA, at age 89.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Martha Queen1

F, b. 1868
     Martha Queen was born in 1868 at North Carolina, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Meredith Queen1

M, b. 1783, d. 1860
     Meredith Queen was born in 1783 at Wilkes, Georgia, USA.1 He died in 1860 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA.1

Child of Meredith Queen and Jane Weedon

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Meredy Queen1

M, b. 1838, d. 1866
     Meredy Queen was born in 1838 at North Carolina, USA.1 He died in 1866 at Cleveland, North Carolina, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Nancy Queen1

F, b. 1836
     Nancy Queen was born in 1836 at North Carolina, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Sarah E Queen1

F, b. 1855
     Sarah E Queen was born in 1855 at North Carolina, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Sarah E Queen1

F, b. 1852
     Sarah E Queen was born in 1852 at North Carolina, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Toni Queen

F

Child of Toni Queen and Roger Dale Land

Katherine Quickel1

F, b. 1780, d. 1830
     Her married name was Carpenter. Katherine Quickel was born in 1780 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She married Jacob Carpenter, son of Jacob Carpenter and Katherine Ramsour, on 27 February 1800 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA. Katherine Quickel died in 1830 at Gaston, Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1

Children of Katherine Quickel and Jacob Carpenter

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Barbara Quickle1

F, b. 26 December 1789, d. 5 June 1845
     Barbara Quickle was born on 26 December 1789 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She died on 5 June 1845 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA, at age 55.1

Children of Barbara Quickle and John Hoke

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Catharine Malinda Quickle1

F, b. 1827, d. 1908
     Her married name was Costner. Catharine Malinda Quickle was born in 1827 at Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 She married Ambrose Costner, son of Jacob Costner III and Anna M Rudisill, on 18 March 1846 at Lincolnton, Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.1 Catharine Malinda Quickle died in 1908 at Linc Nc.1

Children of Catharine Malinda Quickle and Ambrose Costner

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Robert Quincy

M, b. 1172, d. 1219
     Robert Quincy was born in 1172 at Buckley, England. He married Hawise De Meschines, daughter of Hugh De Meschines and Bertrade De Montfort, in 1213. Robert Quincy died in 1219 at Holy Land, Asia Minor.

Child of Robert Quincy and Hawise De Meschines

Margery Quintin1

F, b. 1235
     Margery Quintin died at England.1 She was born in 1235 at Harphan, Kent, Yorkshire, England.1

Child of Margery Quintin and Walter Goddard Kelke

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Nerva R.1

F

Children of Nerva R. and Spencer Martin Grigg

Citations

  1. [S4] Unknown author, HENRY_Crowder.FTW.

Sarah R.1

F, b. circa 1860
     Sarah R. was born circa 1860 at North Carolina, USA.1,2 She lived in 1880 at Duncans Creek, Cleveland, North Carolina, United States.2 She lived in 1900 at Delight, Cleveland, North Carolina.1

Children of Sarah R. and Jonathan M Hoyle

Citations

  1. [S15] Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census, Database online. Cleveland, North Carolina, ED 60, roll T623 1189, page 3B..
  2. [S26] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census, Database online. Duncans Creek, Cleveland, North Carolina, ED 72, roll T9_959, page 599.1000, image 0081..

(?) Radbod1

M

Child of (?) Radbod

Citations

  1. [S5] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree, Database online..

Henry Radcliffe1

F, b. 1145
     Henry Radcliffe was born in 1145.1

Child of Henry Radcliffe and Henry De Radcliffe

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

James Radcliffe1

M, b. 1414, d. 1446
James Radcliffe|b. 1414\nd. 1446|p15.htm#i11243|Richard Radcliffe|b. 1379\nd. 1442|p15.htm#i11246|Cecilia Ashton|b. 1372|p1.htm#i527|James Radcliffe|b. 1355\nd. 1409|p15.htm#i11244|Ellena Balderston|b. 1429\nd. 1473|p1.htm#i653|||||||
     James Radcliffe was born in 1414 at Radcliffe Tower, Bury, Lancashire, England.1 He was the son of Richard Radcliffe and Cecilia Ashton. James Radcliffe married Agnes Euby in 1429 at Lancashire, England.1 James Radcliffe died in 1446 at Edgeworth, Bolton, Lancashire, England.1

Child of James Radcliffe and Agnes Euby

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

James Radcliffe1,2

M, b. 1355, d. 1409
James Radcliffe|b. 1355\nd. 1409|p15.htm#i11244|William Radcliffe|b. 1329\nd. 1386|p15.htm#i11247|Susanah De Legh|b. 1334\nd. 1410|p6.htm#i4380|Richard Radclyffe|b. 1305\nd. 1375|p15.htm#i11250|Isabella Plessington|b. 1310\nd. 1369|p15.htm#i11075|||||||
     James Radcliffe was born in 1355 at Attleborough, Norfolk, England.1,2 He was the son of William Radcliffe and Susanah De Legh. James Radcliffe died in 1409 at England.1,2

Child of James Radcliffe and Ellena Balderston

Citations

  1. [S7] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.
  2. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

John Radcliffe

M, b. 1292, d. 1361
John Radcliffe|b. 1292\nd. 1361|p15.htm#i11245|Robert De Radcliffe|b. 1273\nd. 1305|p6.htm#i4450|Mary De Bury|b. 1274\nd. 1300|p6.htm#i4240|Richard De Radcliffe|b. 1245\nd. 1326|p6.htm#i4448|Joan Le Boteler|b. 1252|p13.htm#i9319|||||||
     John Radcliffe was born in 1292 at Pilsworth, Bury, Lancashire, England. He was the son of Robert De Radcliffe and Mary De Bury. John Radcliffe died in 1361 at Manor Ordsall, Salford, Lancashire, England.

Richard Radcliffe1

M, b. 1379, d. 1442
Richard Radcliffe|b. 1379\nd. 1442|p15.htm#i11246|James Radcliffe|b. 1355\nd. 1409|p15.htm#i11244|Ellena Balderston|b. 1429\nd. 1473|p1.htm#i653|William Radcliffe|b. 1329\nd. 1386|p15.htm#i11247|Susanah De Legh|b. 1334\nd. 1410|p6.htm#i4380|||||||
     Richard Radcliffe was born in 1379 at Wymersley, Lancashire, England.1 He was the son of James Radcliffe and Ellena Balderston. Richard Radcliffe married Cecilia Ashton in 1408 at Radcliffe Tower, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England.1 Richard Radcliffe died in 1442.1

Child of Richard Radcliffe and Cecilia Ashton

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

William Radcliffe1

M, b. 1329, d. 1386
William Radcliffe|b. 1329\nd. 1386|p15.htm#i11247|Richard Radclyffe|b. 1305\nd. 1375|p15.htm#i11250|Isabella Plessington|b. 1310\nd. 1369|p15.htm#i11075|William De Radcliffe|b. 1280\nd. 1333|p6.htm#i4451|Margaret De Peasfurlong|b. 1270\nd. 1349|p6.htm#i4438|||||||
     William Radcliffe was born in 1329 at Radcliffe Tower, Bury, Lancashire, England.1 He was the son of Richard Radclyffe and Isabella Plessington. William Radcliffe married Susanah De Legh in 1371 at Lancashire, England.1 William Radcliffe died in 1386.1

Child of William Radcliffe and Susanah De Legh

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

John Radclyffe1

M, b. 1429, d. 1485
John Radclyffe|b. 1429\nd. 1485|p15.htm#i11248|James Radcliffe|b. 1414\nd. 1446|p15.htm#i11243|Agnes Euby|b. 1415|p7.htm#i5122|Richard Radcliffe|b. 1379\nd. 1442|p15.htm#i11246|Cecilia Ashton|b. 1372|p1.htm#i527|||||||
     John Radclyffe was born in 1429 at Lancaster, Lancashire, England.1 He was the son of James Radcliffe and Agnes Euby. John Radclyffe married Isabel Tyldesley in 1450 at Lancashire, England.1 John Radclyffe died in 1485 at Bosworth Field, Leicestershire, England.1

Child of John Radclyffe and Isabel Tyldesley

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Margery Radclyffe1,2

F, b. 1461, d. 6 July 1528
Margery Radclyffe|b. 1461\nd. 6 Jul 1528|p15.htm#i11249|John Radclyffe|b. 1429\nd. 1485|p15.htm#i11248|Isabel Tyldesley|b. 1430|p19.htm#i13916|James Radcliffe|b. 1414\nd. 1446|p15.htm#i11243|Agnes Euby|b. 1415|p7.htm#i5122|||||||
     Her married name was Rushton. Margery Radclyffe was born in 1461 at Tower, Lancashire, England.1,2 She was the daughter of John Radclyffe and Isabel Tyldesley. Margery Radclyffe married Nicholas Rushton in 1470 at Dunkenhalgh, Rishton, Lancashire, England.2 Margery Radclyffe died on 6 July 1528 at England.1,2

Child of Margery Radclyffe and Nicholas Rushton

Citations

  1. [S7] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.
  2. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.

Richard Radclyffe1

M, b. 1305, d. 1375
Richard Radclyffe|b. 1305\nd. 1375|p15.htm#i11250|William De Radcliffe|b. 1280\nd. 1333|p6.htm#i4451|Margaret De Peasfurlong|b. 1270\nd. 1349|p6.htm#i4438|Richard De Radcliffe|b. 1245\nd. 1326|p6.htm#i4448|Joan Le Boteler|b. 1252|p13.htm#i9319|||||||
     Richard Radclyffe was born in 1305 at Radcliffe Tower, Lancashire, England.1 He was the son of William De Radcliffe and Margaret De Peasfurlong. Richard Radclyffe married Isabella Plessington in 1328 at Radcliffe Tower, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England.1 Richard Radclyffe died in 1375 at Radcliffe Tower, Englnd.1

Child of Richard Radclyffe and Isabella Plessington

Citations

  1. [S3] Unknown author, Ratliff of Eastern Kentucky Fa.ged.