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William DARCE377 was born about 1270 in < Of, Shipbrook, Cheshire, Eng >.377 Parents: Randolph DARCE and Joan MULTON.

Spouse: Joan GARNETT. William DARCE and Joan GARNETT were married. Children were: Mary DARCE.


Edward DARCY7,1833,1834 was born about 1590 in England. Documentation: P-141 (Ancestry.com World Tree Gedcom File #160439) Parents: Thomas DARCY and Mary KITSON.

Children were: Edward DARCY.


Edward DARCY7,1833,1834 was born about 1619 in Hockley Parish, County Middlesex, England. He died on 2 Aug 1659 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland. Documented

Information also obtained from DRIGGS GEDCOM File 02 May 2000 Parents: Edward DARCY.

Spouse: Anne HOWARD. Edward DARCY and Anne HOWARD were married about 1638 in Maryland. Documentation: P-141 (Ancestry.com World Tree Gedcom File #160439) Children were: Sarah DORSEY, John DORSEY, Joshua DORSEY, Edward DORSEY, Anne DORSEY.


Lady Elizabeth DARCY \1,7 was born in 1584 in Rock Savage, Clifton, Cheshire. She was also known as Countess Rivers. Parents: 1st Earl Of Rivers Thomas and Mary KYTSON.

Spouse: Viscount Thomas SAVAGE. Viscount Thomas SAVAGE and Lady Elizabeth DARCY \ were married. Children were: Thomas SAVAGE.


John Darcy Baron DARCY.377

Spouse: Alianore DE HOLLAND.


Margaret DARCY.377

Spouse: John CONYERS. Children were: John CONYERS.


Margery DARCY.377

Spouse: Robert CONYERS.


Thomas DARCY7,1833,1834 was born on 5 Jul 1565 in Of Hornby Castle, Yorkshire, England. He died on 6 Nov 1605 in London, Middlesex, England. He was buried in Colchester, England. Documentation: P-141 (Ancestry.com World Tree Gedcom File #160439)1 CMTY
2 PLAC Trinity Church Parents: John D'ARCHY and Frances RICH.

Spouse: Mary KITSON. Children were: Edward DARCY.


John Darcy (Lord DARCY-MEINEL.377

Spouse: Joan GREYSTOKE.


Eurtropious The DARDANIAN.59,2226,2227

Children were: Constantius I Flavius Valerius ROME.


King Of Dardania DARDANUS.279,280 Parents: ZERAH and ELECTRA.

Spouse: Batea Asia ILIUM. Children were: King Of Dardania ERICHTHONIUS.


Mathew DARE.138

Spouse: Ruth SPEAKMAN.


Florence DARELL.64 Parents: William DARELL and Elizabeth CALSTON.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] He died after 1391 in Littlecote, Wiltshire. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] Parents: Sir William Of SESAY York Darell and EMMA.

Spouse: Elizabeth CALSTON. Children were: Sir George Of Littlecote DARRELL, Florence DARELL.


Living DARGEN.5,128

Spouse: Living HALSTEAD. Children were: Living DARGEN, Living DARGEN, Living DARGEN, Living DARGEN, Living DARGEN.


Living DARGEN.5,128 Parents: Living DARGEN and Living HALSTEAD.


Living DARGEN.5,128 Parents: Living DARGEN and Living HALSTEAD.


Living DARGEN.5,128 Parents: Living DARGEN and Living HALSTEAD.


Living DARGEN.5,128 Parents: Living DARGEN and Living HALSTEAD.


Living DARGEN.5,128 Parents: Living DARGEN and Living HALSTEAD.


Living DARING.3

Spouse: Living JOHNSON.


Jerome DARIOS7,188 was born in 1678 in Paris, France. He died in Petitcoudiac, Acadia.

Spouse: Marie GARANT. Jerome DARIOS and Marie GARANT were married about 1695 in Grand-Pre, Acadia. Children were: Elizabeth DAROIS.


King Of Persia DARIUS II.670 Parents: King Of Persia ARTAXERXES I and ANDIA.


Joseph DARK.188

Spouse: Elizabeth CROSE.


Susan DARK.19,137

Spouse: Silas SILER.


Emma De Fitz DARLASTON.251 Parents: Radulphus Ralph FITZ ORM.

Spouse: Adam DE AUDLEY. Children were: De AUDLEY, Sheriff Henry De (Aldithley) AUDLEY.


Alden DARLING.5,94,126,127

Spouse: Assenath TRUESDELL. Children were: Clarissa DARLING, Lemuel DARLING.


Clarissa DARLING5,94,126,127 was born in 1830.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 15915. Parents: Alden DARLING and Assenath TRUESDELL.

Spouse: Peter LAFLER.


Lemuel DARLING5,94,126,127 was born in 1836.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 15916. Parents: Alden DARLING and Assenath TRUESDELL.

Spouse: Axelia PHELPS.


Lena DARLING.138

Spouse: Halbert Avery CORNELL. Children were: Living CORNELL.


Living DARLING.3

Spouse: Living WIX.


Minnie A. DARLING3,281 was born about 1871 in Of Pomeroy, Ohio.3,281 She died Unknown in Y.3,281 She is reference number 52651. [boyd-trees.ged]







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J.V. Thompson Journals, vol. 3, p. 26-27; 32

Spouse: Marion Hall SCOTT. Marion Hall SCOTT and Minnie A. DARLING were married on 23 Jun 1891.3,281 Reference Number:913392


Penelope DARLING4,5 was born about 1766 in Of, Bellingham, , Massachusetts.4,5 She is reference number AL4601s2. [master ged.FTW]

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!Father and place from Juluis E. Drone, 40441 Hinkley Rd, Hinkley CA 92347
Oct 1995. He has Penelope Darling as the mother of Amasa Aldrich.

Spouse: Levi ALDRICH. Levi ALDRICH and Penelope DARLING were married on 13 Nov 1786 in Smithfield, Providence, Rhode Island.4,5


Richard DARLING.377

Spouse: Abigail MESSENGER.


Robert L. DARLING19 was born in Feb 1935 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.19 He died in 1983.19 He was buried in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.19

Spouse: Joan MCINTURF. Children were: Rick Allen Darling STOLP.


Sophia Ann DARLING.234

Spouse: Levi RISLEY.


Sophronia Louisa DARLING5,94,126,127 was born on 19 Mar 1845 in Wauconda, Lake Co, Ill.5,94,126,127 She died on 3 Nov 1931 in Burden, Kan.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 16874.

Spouse: Andrew Joseph TRUESDELL. Andrew Joseph TRUESDELL and Sophronia Louisa DARLING were married on 10 Jan 1863 in Quincy, Minn.5,94,127 Reference Number:123101 Children were: Charles Andrew TRUESDELL, Martha Sophronia TRUESDELL, Katie Darling TRUESDELL, William Nelson TRUESDELL.


John DARLINGTON3,9 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 87541.

Spouse: Clara Etta MOORE. John DARLINGTON and Clara Etta MOORE were married. Reference Number:1406622


Meredith DARLINGTON2,3 died Unknown in , , VA.2,3 He is reference number 43894. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Notes and Queries, Historical, Biographical and Genealogical," by William Henry Egle , Annual Volume 1897, "Welsh Settlers in Earl and Carnarvon Townships, Lancaster County," p.2 32.

(2) Went with David DAVIS to VA.

Spouse: Sarah DAVIES. Meredith DARLINGTON and Sarah DAVIES were married. Reference Number:780523


Gen. Joseph DARLINTON2,3 was born on 19 Jul 1765 in , Frederick Co., VA.2,3 He died on 2 Aug 1851 in West Union, Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 33685. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B. Stivers (E.B. Stiv ers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.48,88,104,140,148,236,251-256.

! Birth: (1) 19 Jul 1765, within 4 miles of Winchester, VA on his father's plantation, s/o M eredith DARLINTON, the 4th of 7 children. (NOTE: gs/o Meredith DARLINGTON/Sarah DAVIES of Cae rnarvon Twp., Lancaeter Co., PA? They went to VA. See notes under that Meredith DARLINGTON.)
Death: (1) 2 Aug 1851, about 7:00 a.m., West Union, Adams Co., OH, of Asiatic cholera, a di sease of which he had had a dread all of his life. He was the last to die in that epidemic a fter a sickness of only a few hours.
Burial: (1) Before noon, 2 Aug 1851. Funeral services by Rev. John P. Van DYKE.

(1) 1777: When he was 12 years old, 600 British and Hessian prisoners taken at the surrende r of Burgoyne at Saratoga were kept at his father's plantation until the close of the Revolut ionary War.
(1) When he became of age, he convinced his father to advance him his patrimony and went t o Philadelphia, from which he took a sea voyage to New Orleans, then returned home by land, s pending his money freely.
(1) 1790: After his marriage, he lived in Romney, West Virginia until about the close of 1790, when h e moved to Fayette Co., Pennsylvania on a farm which his wife owned there.
(1) 1793: He and his wife became Presbyterians.
(1) Chosen County Commissioner, Fayette Co., PA.
(1) 1794, Oct: Left PA, descending the Ohio River on a "broadhorn" and landed at Limestone , Kentucky on 14 Nov.
(1) Went to the mouth of Cabin Creek, where he kept a ferry.
(1) Bought land across the Ohio River and moved there.
(1) 1797, spring: Believing that the county seat would be at Washington, OH, below the mout h of Brush Creek, he moved there.
(1) 1797, 10 Jul: Upon organization of Adams Co., OH, he was appointed Judge of Probate b y Gov. St. Clair.
(1) 1798, 14 Mar: Joseph Darlinton, James Scott and Henry Massie appointed the first Count y Commissioners, Adams Co., OH, by the Court.
(1) 1798, 27 Jun: Appointed first Clerk to the Board of Commissioners.
(1) 1798: Became an elder in the Presbyterian Church, an office which he held for the remai nder of his life.
(1) 1799: At the first Territorial Legislature convened at Cincinnati, OH, Nathaniel Massi e and Joseph Darlinton represented Adams Co., OH.
(1) 1802, 3 Aug: Appointed Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, Adams Co., OH. He held the p osition by successive appointments until Aug 1847, when he resigned.
(1) 1802, Nov: One of the 3 members from Adams Co. to the first Constitutional Convention , and served on the committee on privileges and elections, as well as several other committee s.
(1) 1803: Located lands east of the site of West Union and built a double hewedlog house o n it, on the hill opposite Cole's Spring.
(1) 1803, Mar: Served as Senator from Adams Co. in the first OH Legislature.
(1) 1803, 16 Apr: Elected one of the first 3 associate judges of Adams Co., OH.
(1) 1803, Oct: Succeeded John Belli as 2nd Adams Co., OH Recorder. Served until Oct 1810, w hen he was succeeded by Samuel Bradford.
(1) 1804, 16 Feb: Resigned as Associate Judge.
(1) 1804, 17 May: In the allotment of lots in West Union, he took lot No. 84. Afterwards h e acquired lot 57, just to the south, and built his home there. Just west of the home he buil t a log office, which was afterwards weatherboarded. In this office he kept the West Union Po st Office from 1 Jul 1804 to 1 Oct 1811.
(1) 1804, 10 Sep: Commissioned Lt. Col. of the 1st Brigade, 1st Regiment, 2nd Division, Ohi o Militia.
(1) 1805: Became an elder of the Presbyterian Church at West Union.
(1) 1806, 17 Mar: Commissioned Brigadier General.
(1) 1810, 20 Feb: Appointed a member of the Commission to locate the state Capital.
(1) 1813, Sep: Succeeded Samuel Bradford as Adams Co., OH Recorder. Served two terms unti l 1834, when he was replaced by James Smith.(1) 1840, 15 May: Granted patent for 1 acre, Adam s Co., OH.
(1) Owned the site of Winchester, Adams Co., OH, which he named after Winchester, VA. He l oved to converse about his old home with his neighbors Abraham Hollingsworth and Nicholas Bur well, who were also from there. He laid out the town of Winchester, OH.
(1) Four years before his death he retired from all public business.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B. Stivers (E.B. Stiv ers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.48,88,104,140,148,236,251-256.

! Birth: (1) 19 Jul 1765, within 4 miles of Winchester, VA on his father's plantation, s/o M eredith DARLINTON, the 4th of 7 children. (NOTE: gs/o Meredith DARLINGTON/Sarah DAVIES of Cae rnarvon Twp., Lancaeter Co., PA? They went to VA. See notes under that Meredith DARLINGTON.)
Death: (1) 2 Aug 1851, about 7:00 a.m., West Union, Adams Co., OH, of Asiatic cholera, a di sease of which he had had a dread all of his life. He was the last to die in that epidemic a fter a sickness of only a few hours.
Burial: (1) Before noon, 2 Aug 1851. Funeral services by Rev. John P. Van DYKE.

(1) 1777: When he was 12 years old, 600 British and Hessian prisoners taken at the surrende r of Burgoyne at Saratoga were kept at his father's plantation until the close of the Revolut ionary War.
(1) When he became of age, he convinced his father to advance him his patrimony and went t o Philadelphia, from which he took a sea voyage to New Orleans, then returned home by land, s pending his money freely.
(1) 1790: After his marriage, he lived in Romney, WV until about the close of 1790, when h e moved to Fayette Co., PA on a farm which his wife owned there.
(1) 1793: He and his wife became Presbyterians.
(1) Chosen County Commissioner, Fayette Co., PA.
(1) 1794, Oct: Left PA, descending the Ohio River on a "broadhorn" and landed at Limestone , KY on 14 Nov.
(1) Went to the mouth of Cabin Creek, where he kept a ferry.
(1) Bought land across the Ohio River and moved there.
(1) 1797, spring: Believing that the county seat would be at Washington, OH, below the mout h of Brush Creek, he moved there.
(1) 1797, 10 Jul: Upon organization of Adams Co., OH, he was appointed Judge of Probate b y Gov. St. Clair.
(1) 1798, 14 Mar: Joseph Darlinton, James Scott and Henry Massie appointed the first Count y Commissioners, Adams Co., OH, by the Court.
(1) 1798, 27 Jun: Appointed first Clerk to the Board of Commissioners.
(1) 1798: Became an elder in the Presbyterian Church, an office which he held for the remai nder of his life.
(1) 1799: At the first Territorial Legislature convened at Cincinnati, OH, Nathaniel Massi e and Joseph Darlinton represented Adams Co., OH.
(1) 1802, 3 Aug: Appointed Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, Adams Co., OH. He held the p osition by successive appointments until Aug 1847, when he resigned.
(1) 1802, Nov: One of the 3 members from Adams Co. to the first Constitutional Convention , and served on the committee on privileges and elections, as well as several other committee s.
(1) 1803: Located lands east of the site of West Union and built a double hewedlog house o n it, on the hill opposite Cole's Spring.
(1) 1803, Mar: Served as Senator from Adams Co. in the first OH Legislature.
(1) 1803, 16 Apr: Elected one of the first 3 associate judges of Adams Co., OH.
(1) 1803, Oct: Succeeded John Belli as 2nd Adams Co., OH Recorder. Served until Oct 1810, w hen he was succeeded by Samuel Bradford.
(1) 1804, 16 Feb: Resigned as Associate Judge.
(1) 1804, 17 May: In the allotment of lots in West Union, he took lot No. 84. Afterwards h e acquired lot 57, just to the south, and built his home there. Just west of the home he buil t a log office, which was afterwards weatherboarded. In this office he kept the West Union Po st Office from 1 Jul 1804 to 1 Oct 1811.
(1) 1804, 10 Sep: Commissioned Lt. Col. of the 1st Brigade, 1st Regiment, 2nd Division, Ohi o Militia.
(1) 1805: Became an elder of the Presbyterian Church at West Union.
(1) 1806, 17 Mar: Commissioned Brigadier General.
(1) 1810, 20 Feb: Appointed a member of the Commission to locate the state Capital.
(1) 1813, Sep: Succeeded Samuel Bradford as Adams Co., OH Recorder. Served two terms unti l 1834, when he was replaced by James Smith.(1) 1840, 15 May: Granted patent for 1 acre, Adam s Co., OH.
(1) Owned the site of Winchester, Adams Co., OH, which he named after Winchester, VA. He l oved to converse about his old home with his neighbors Abraham Hollingsworth and Nicholas Bur well, who were also from there. He laid out the town of Winchester, OH.
(1) Four years before his death he retired from all public business.

Spouse: Sarah WILSON. Gen. Joseph DARLINTON and Sarah WILSON were married on 18 Mar 1790 in Romney, Hampshire Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:634969


Elizabeth DARNABY2,3 died in 1850 in Palmyra, Marion Co., MO.2,3 She is reference number 30709. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Descendants of Robert and John Poage, Pioneer Settlers in Augusta County, Virginia, " based on the manuscript collection of Prof. Andrew Woods Williamson, Henry Martyn Williamso n, and John Guy Bishop, supplemented & arranged by Robert Bell Woodworth (Staunton, VA: McClu re Printing Co., 1954) p.931. FHL film 1,613,115, item 1.

! Death: (1) 1850.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "Descendants of Robert and John Poage, Pioneer Settlers in Augusta County, Virginia, " based on the manuscript collection of Prof. Andrew Woods Williamson, Henry Martyn Williamso n, and John Guy Bishop, supplemented & arranged by Robert Bell Woodworth (Staunton, VA: McClu re Printing Co., 1954) p.931. FHL film 1,613,115, item 1.

! Death: (1) 1850.

Spouse: Joseph Kennedy POAGE. Joseph Kennedy POAGE and Elizabeth DARNABY were married in 1795 in , , Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:577967


Elizabeth M DARNALL3,95 was born in 1771.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 63276. She has Ancestral File Number 1B7D-F6K. Parents: Joseph DARNELL and Winnefred PARY.


Hannah DARNALL3,95 was born in 1788.3 She died on 16 Apr 1829.3 She is reference number 63280. She has Ancestral File Number 1B7D-P3B. Parents: Joseph DARNELL and Winnefred PARY.


Jane DARNALL3,95 was born in 1770.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 63275. She has Ancestral File Number 1B7D-DZ5. Parents: Joseph DARNELL and Winnefred PARY.


John DARNALL3,95 was born in 1779.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 He was also known as John Darnell.3,95 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 63274. He has Ancestral File Number 1B71-G3L. Parents: Joseph DARNELL and Winnefred PARY.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 He was born in 1780.3 He was also known as Joseph Rush Darnell.3,95 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 63277. He has Ancestral File Number 1B71-G8M. Parents: Joseph DARNELL and Winnefred PARY.


Living DARNALL.3

Spouse: Living GOFF.


Mary DARNALL7,138 was born about 1637 in England. She died about 1661 in MD.. Parents: Ralph DARNALL.

Spouse: Charles CALVERT. Charles CALVERT and Mary DARNALL were married in 1656. Children were: Charles CALVERT.


Mary DARNALL3,95 was born on 7 Jun 1782.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 63279. She has Ancestral File Number 1B7D-P1W. Parents: Joseph DARNELL and Winnefred PARY.


Ralph DARNALL.138

Children were: Mary DARNALL.

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