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John ANDERSON

____ - ____

ID Number: I67930

  • RESIDENCE: IRE; York Co. VA
  • BIRTH: Ireland
  • DEATH: York Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2578]
Father: James ANDERSON
Mother: Anne MCNEALE


Notes


Spouse Unknown; Daughter Sex: F Death: in Caroline, Virginia.

                                                                 __
                                                                |  
                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) ANDERSON of North Side_|
                      |                                         |
                      |                                         |__
                      |                                            
 _James ANDERSON _____|
| (1690 - ....)       |
|                     |                                          __
|                     |                                         |  
|                     |_________________________________________|
|                                                               |
|                                                               |__
|                                                                  
|
|--John ANDERSON 
|  
|                                                                __
|                                                               |  
|                      _________________________________________|
|                     |                                         |
|                     |                                         |__
|                     |                                            
|_Anne MCNEALE _______|
                      |
                      |                                          __
                      |                                         |  
                      |_________________________________________|
                                                                |
                                                                |__
                                                                   

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Elizabeth Haskins CALDWELL

26 Nov 1811 - 20 Sep 1886

ID Number: I36471

  • RESIDENCE: "Willow Glen", Adiar Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 26 Nov 1811, KY
  • DEATH: 20 Sep 1886, "Willow Glen" Adair Co. KY
  • BURIAL: Columbia Cem. Adair Co. KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180] [S1334] [S2487]
Father: William CALDWELL
Mother: Nancy Anne TRABUE


Family 1 : William T. TRABUE

                                             _David CALDWELL _________+
                                            | (1720 - ....)           
                       _John CALDWELL ______|
                      | (1750 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_________________________
                      |                                               
 _William CALDWELL ___|
| (1777 - 1854) m 1808|
|                     |                      _________________________
|                     |                     |                         
|                     |_Dicey MANN _________|
|                       (1750 - ....)       |
|                                           |_________________________
|                                                                     
|
|--Elizabeth Haskins CALDWELL 
|  (1811 - 1886)
|                                            _John James TRABUE ______+
|                                           | (1714 - 1775) m 1744    
|                      _William TRABUE _____|
|                     | (1756 - 1786) m 1783|
|                     |                     |_Olympe (Olympia) DUPUY _+
|                     |                       (1729 - 1822) m 1744    
|_Nancy Anne TRABUE __|
  (1783 - 1846) m 1808|
                      |                      _Robert HASKINS _________+
                      |                     | (1732 - 1804)           
                      |_Elizabeth HASKINS __|
                        (1759 - 1825) m 1783|
                                            |_Elizabeth HILL _________
                                              (1733 - 1817)           

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[S1334]

[S2487]


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WALTER CORBET of Makerstoun

ABT 1250 - ____

ID Number: I61675


Family 1 :
  1. +ALICE CORBET
  2. +JOHANNA CORBET

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[S2308]

[S3289]


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James FRAZIER

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I57759

  • RESIDENCE: Hanover Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2117]

Family 1 : Susannah STANLEY

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Phoebe HAWKINS

1727 - BEF 1770

ID Number: I50022

  • RESIDENCE: Orange and Louisa Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 1727, King William Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: BEF 1770, Louisa, Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S1796] [S2318] [S2752]
Father: John HAWKINS "the immigrant"
Mother: Mary LONG


Family 1 : Stephen "Nobelet" SMITH
  1. +Mildred "Milly" SMITH

Notes


"Married between 1740-1747 Stephen Smith of Louisa County, Virginia. Maj. Charles Smith by will proved in Louisa in 1768 appointed John Hawkins and Patrick Henry Jr. executors. The papers in a suit over the estate of Maj. Smith say that John Hawkins of Hanover County, the Revolutionary War Commissary, acted but Patrick Henry Jr. refused to act as an executor. The papers say that the said John Hawkins died during the Revolutionary War and that shortly after (or about) 1800 his widow Mary Hawkins moved to Kentucky." [S2318]

                                                            _John HAWKINS _______+
                                                           | (1605 - 1678) m 1636
                                _John HAWKINS Sr.__________|
                               | (1643 - 1690)             |
                               |                           |_Hester RICHARDS ____
                               |                             (1616 - ....) m 1636
 _John HAWKINS "the immigrant"_|
| (1680 - 1740) m 1698         |
|                              |                            _____________________
|                              |                           |                     
|                              |_Mary Elizabeth DEWE ______|
|                                (1645 - 1690)             |
|                                                          |_____________________
|                                                                                
|
|--Phoebe HAWKINS 
|  (1727 - 1770)
|                                                           _____________________
|                                                          |                     
|                               _John LONG "the Immigrant"_|
|                              | (1662 - 1752)             |
|                              |                           |_____________________
|                              |                                                 
|_Mary LONG ___________________|
  (1680 - ....) m 1698         |
                               |                            _____________________
                               |                           |                     
                               |_Elizabeth SPENCER ________|
                                 (1664 - ....)             |
                                                           |_____________________
                                                                                 

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[S1796]

[S2318]

[S2752]

[S2318]


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Sally MARTIN

ABT 1794 - ABT 1813

ID Number: I52392

Father: Joseph "Longknife" MARTIN II
Mother: Susannah GRAVES


Family 1 : Samuel ARMISTEAD

Notes


Sallie Martin, B: ca 1794, Henry Co., VA, D: ca 1813, M: Samuel Armstead.

                                                                       _William MARTIN Sr.__
                                                                      | (1660 - 1765)       
                                _Joseph MARTIN I Gent."the Immigrant"_|
                               | (1705 - ....) m 1733                 |
                               |                                      |_Ann CADE? __________
                               |                                        (1660 - ....)       
 _Joseph "Longknife" MARTIN II_|
| (1740 - 1808) m 1784         |
|                              |                                       _John CHILES Gent.___+
|                              |                                      | (1655 - 1723) m 1698
|                              |_Susannah CHILES _____________________|
|                                (1712 - 1754) m 1733                 |
|                                                                     |_Eleanor WEBBER _____+
|                                                                       (1680 - 1745) m 1698
|
|--Sally MARTIN 
|  (1794 - 1813)
|                                                                      _____________________
|                                                                     |                     
|                               _William GRAVES ______________________|
|                              | (1720 - 1790)                        |
|                              |                                      |_____________________
|                              |                                                            
|_Susannah GRAVES _____________|
  (1759 - 1837) m 1784         |
                               |                                       _____________________
                               |                                      |                     
                               |_Mary_________________________________|
                                 (1720 - ....)                        |
                                                                      |_____________________
                                                                                            

Sources

[S1882]

[S1882]

[S1580]

[S1882]


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Elmer MEADE


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Elizabeth OSBORNE

ABT 1590 - ____

ID Number: I19951

  • RESIDENCE: Norwich, Norfolk, ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1590
  • RESOURCES: See: [S179] [S756]

Family 1 : George PENDLETON III
  1.  Richard PENDLETON
  2.  Mary PENDLETON

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Col. Abraham PENN

27 Dec 1743 - 26 Jun 1801

ID Number: I4032

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War-DAR Col. Abram Penn Chapter
  • RESIDENCE: Caroline and Amherst and Henry Now Patrick Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 27 Dec 1743, Drysdale Parish, Caroline Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 26 Jun 1801, "Poplar Grove" Patrick Co. Virginia
  • BURIAL: Poplar Grove, Patrick Co Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S586] [S706] [S719] [S2845]
Father: George PENN I
Mother: Ann FLEMING


Family 1 : Ruth STOVALL
  1. +George PENN
  2. +Lucinda Stovall PENN
  3. +Gabriel Stovall PENN
  4. +Horatio Gates PENN
  5.  Mary Paulene PENN
  6. +Greensville (Green) PENN
  7. +Thomas PENN
  8.  Abraham PENN
  9. +James Francis PENN
  10.  Luvenia PENN
  11. +Edmund PENN
  12. +Philip Stovall PENN

Notes


Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War, p.209: Penn, Abraham, Col., R, March, 1780. Abram Penn served Virginia as Captain of the Militia in Dunsmore's Campaign against the Shawnee Indians. He commanded a fort at Culbertson' 5 Bottom and a company in the Battle of Point Pleasant, in which the Indians were defeated October 10 1774. He enlisted as a Captain in the Continental army, Virginia Militia 1776.


This letter from Abram Penn to Captain Joseph Martin is dated at "Smithfield," Montgomery Co. VA: "Dear Sir, I have proceeded on my journey home. As for our discharge, it will not be till November at least. The Col. won't agree that any more of my men shall go home, but I am to get three or four whilst gone, to relieve those few that necessity requires at home. Philip Cavenaugh must be employed as a spy, and pray keep them all at their constant duty, for the Indians have made four breaks on Holston, and the people are all forting with all dexterity, so that we may expect the next stroke. Be constant on your guart and keep strict in those parts. Let the people know that it is thought they are in danger, so they may be on their defence. I think that Gatliff and Clay had better move their families back again as they are in a back place, for I should be very sorry if any mischief should be done in those parts. Pray don't le one charge of powder be shot in vain, for I expect we shall be in great want before any supply can be got. Col. Preston says he will stop Alsups wages for you if it comes in his hands. I expect Col. will send a supply of provisions to you soon. No more, but I am your sincere friend and humble servant. Abram Penn" To Captain Joseph Martin at Culbertson Bottom, October 7th, 1774:


"Smithfield" was the home of Colonel William Preston, in Montgomery Co. VA. In Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, we see- "The first court of Henry Co., April 20, 1788, was composed of Edmond Lyne, Abram Penn and Peter Saunders, and George Waller Justices." March, 1799, Abram Penn was appointed Excheator for Henry County. In August, Patrick Henry, Abram Penn and John Dillard were recommended to the Governor as Comissioners of Peace for the county. In 1779 he was appointed "Burser" to receive fines, etc. On March 11, 1781, Abram Penn organized and commanded a regiment " to the Assistance of General Green," from the site of the present town of Martinsville, and served until the surrender at Yorktown. The original roster of his regiment (in his own Handwriting) ad his sword, are in the possession of his great-grandson John T. Penn of Martinsville, VA.


Abraham Penn returned to the Continental army 1779. After two years of distinguished service, he was commissioned Colonel. soon afterward he was granted a furlough and moved his family to that part of Pittsylvania County later to the organized as Henry County, settling on Beaver Creek, three miles north of present Martinsville. after the war ended, Colonel Penn was granted a large tract of land by the state of Virginia in Patrick County in recognition of his valuable services in the Revolutionary War. He moved to Patrick County and built a large home there which was called Poplar Grove as he surrounded the house with Bombardy Poplars and a few cedars.


When Henry County was established, Abraham Penn became active in its affairs. He was one of the "Gentlemen Justices" presiding over the first court of the county. He was a Delegate from Henry County to the General assembly in 1777 and 1779. One Henry County Record states that Patrick Henrys John Dillard, William Letcher, Archelaus Hughes, and Abraham Penn were recommended to serve as a Committee of Safety. This was between a gubernatorial term for Patrick Henry and during a time when he resided at his Leatherwood estate in Henry County.


As an officer in the county militias Col. Penn organized a regiment in 1780-81 as the only body of Revolutionary troops from Henry and adjoining counties to march from Beaver Creek to Hillsborough, North Carolina, where they joined General Nathaniel Greene to fight in the Battle of Guilford Court House in March of 1781. An original document signed on 11 March 1781 by Abraham Penn, Colonel, Henry County is located in the Virginia State Library Archives.


In May 1781, Governor Thomas Jefferson wrote to Penn directing his regiment to join General Greene again in defense of the Carolinas. They fought in the Battle of Eutaw Springs in September 1781. Penn served through the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown, 19 Cctober 1781. A sheathed sword and a mahogany lowboy brought back from Yorktown are in the possession of his descendants as is a mahogany sideboard. Col. Penn wrote a letter on October 7, 1774, to Capt. Joseph Martin at Culbertson's Bottom which is in possession of the descendants of Capt. (later made General) Martin.


Patrick County was formed as a new county in 1791 from Henry County. Abram Penn was commissioned by the Governor to administer State and Federal oaths to the officers of Patrick County at its first court, June 1791. One of these, Samuel Staples (later militia colonel served as county clerk for 34 years. He married Colonel Penn's daughter Lucinda and they lived in the "Stonewall House" at the county seats the present town of Stuart, formerly known as Taylorsville. During the early years of the county, Abram Penn and seven of his nine sons served the county as "Gentlemen Justices."


Colonel Penn was said to be a man of resolute purpose magnetic, with a vigorous intellect and a commanding presence.


Abram Penn was a man of prominence and influence in Henry County. This patriot died 2 June 1801, in Patrick county and he was buried in the family cemetery of Poplar Grove, in Patrick County. In June 1932 his grave was marked during a memorial service by DAR members of the Col. Abram Penn Chapter, and descendants of Abram Penn. The gravestone was provided by the United States Congress for the grave of this Revolutionary patriot.


The Poplar Grove home was one of the oldest frame houses in Patrick County before its demolition in 1977, leaving only the later brick wing standing to overlook the North Mayo River and the highway given Col. Penn 5 name by the Virginia General assembly-


Colonel Penn left many descendants who followed his example of devotion to public service. Among Abram Penn's descendants internationally known in the field of letters are Phyllis Penn Kohler (Mr.. Foy Kohler), U. S. Embassy Moscow translators Journey for our Time and Robert Penn Warren, Yale University professor of English literatures Pulitzer Prize Winner in poetry and novel, All the King's Men.


ABRAHAM PENN , COL.: Fact 1: see notes Fact 2: 1773, moved to Henry, now Patrick Co. VA Fact 3: June 06, 1768, Lt. Soldiers Amherst Co. VA. Fact 4: Col. Penn - DAR Vol 1 Pg 526 Fact 5: DAR # 70 116/ 78 717 Fact 6: 1782-1787, VA tax Poll: 1 Slaves: 16 Co.: Henry


LTV Library of Virginia Accession No 33617 Title Penn family genealogical notes.
Record Ser. Genealogical notes; 33874. Quantity 5 leaves and 16 p. Format Photocopies. Summary These notes consist of letters from a number of individuals, census abstracts, and family group sheets relating to some of the descendants of Abraham Penn in Kentucky and Tennessee. Subject Penn family.
Form Genealogies -- Kentucky.
Form Genealogies -- Tennessee.
Form Genealogies -- Virginia -- Patrick County.
Form Letters (correspondence)


The following quote is from HISTORY of PATRICK and HENRY COUNTIES, VIRGINIA by Pedigo..."The Penn family, from the earliest times of the settlement of Patrick and Henry Counties, occupied a prominent place as patriotic citizens.The first to come to this state was Moses Penn, who settled in Caroline County. His wife was Catherine Taylor,and they were the parents of the following children: Frances, George, Philip, Gabriel, Abram, William and Moses" On page 222 of the same book..."Abram Penn was born in Amherst County, in 1743. He was a nephew of John Penn, a signer of the Declaration of Independence."


8-29-1783, Abraham Penn & John Salmon, order to J.P.'s of Henry Co., to quiz Elenor Whitsitt, wife of Wm. Whitsitt, as to dower, deed 10-1-1781, to Joseph Crews.


records from The Virginia Genealogis; The Family of George Stovall Jr.; pg. 196 & 197
Thera are excellent articles on this family in the book,"HISTORY OF PATRICK AND HENRY COUNTIES,VIRGINIA" by Virginia Pedigo. (Abram Penn Road to Critz ,Virginia)


Abram Penn, (1743-1801), commanded a company of Amherst county militia
and was subsequently colonel of a regiment. The original muster roll and
the sword he carried are still in the family. He was born in Amherst Co.;
died in Patrick Co., Va. (Revolutionary War).
Mrs. Annie Lee Penn Montague.
DAR ID Number: 23061
Name Cemetery Location Reference
PENN, Abram Col, Poplar Grove, Patrick Co VA 31 Abstract of Graves of
Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.3, p. —Serial: 9504; Volume: 6





                                             _William PENN Of Penn's Lodge_+
                                            | (1609 - 1676)                
                       _John PENN I_________|
                      | (1650 - ....) m 1685|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth MARKHAM? __________+
                      |                       (1613 - ....)                
 _George PENN I_______|
| (1706 - 1749) m 1730|
|                     |                      _Beverly GRANVILLE ___________+
|                     |                     | (1620 - ....)                
|                     |_Lucy GRANVILLE? ____|
|                       (1660 - 1741) m 1685|
|                                           |_JANE WYCHE __________________+
|                                             (1630 - 1692)                
|
|--Abraham PENN 
|  (1743 - 1801)
|                                            _John FLEMING ________________+
|                                           | (1627 - 1686)                
|                      _Charles FLEMING ____|
|                     | (1650 - 1717) m 1680|
|                     |                     |______________________________
|                     |                                                    
|_Ann FLEMING ________|
  (1706 - 1794) m 1730|
                      |                      _Stephen TARLETON ____________+
                      |                     | (1637 - 1687) m 1655         
                      |_Susannah TARLETON __|
                        (1661 - 1717) m 1680|
                                            |_Susanna BATES _______________+
                                              (1635 - ....) m 1655         

Sources

[S11]

[S586]

[S706]

[S719]

[S2845]


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John William (Bill) SANDIDGE

ABT 1900 - ____

ID Number: I11326

  • RESIDENCE: Hinds Co. MS and Memphis, TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1900, Hinds Co. Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: [S587]
Father: Albert Hastings SANDIDGE
Mother: Mary Lee BUNYARD


Notes


4 Johnnie William SANDIDGE b: Abt. 1900 d: in Hinds, Ms

                                                                 _Thomas Hastings SANDIDGE C.S.A._+
                                                                | (1819 - 1881) m 1845            
                             _William Scott SANDIDGE C.S.A. Sr._|
                            | (1848 - 1936) m 1868              |
                            |                                   |_Sarah SCOTT ____________________
                            |                                     (1822 - 1851) m 1845            
 _Albert Hastings SANDIDGE _|
| (1872 - 1955) m 1897      |
|                           |                                    _________________________________
|                           |                                   |                                 
|                           |_Elizabeth Ann "Eliza" RHODES _____|
|                             (1853 - 1935) m 1868              |
|                                                               |_________________________________
|                                                                                                 
|
|--John William (Bill) SANDIDGE 
|  (1900 - ....)
|                                                                _________________________________
|                                                               |                                 
|                            ___________________________________|
|                           |                                   |
|                           |                                   |_________________________________
|                           |                                                                     
|_Mary Lee BUNYARD _________|
  (1879 - ....) m 1897      |
                            |                                    _________________________________
                            |                                   |                                 
                            |___________________________________|
                                                                |
                                                                |_________________________________
                                                                                                  

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William A. TERRELL Sr.

ABT 1660 - 1743

ID Number: I34101

Father: Richmond TERRELL I "the Immigrant"
Mother: Elizabeth WATERS?


Family 1 : Susanna WATERS
  1. +David TERRELL
  2.  William TERRELL Jr.
  3. +Joel TERRELL Sr.
  4. +Anne TERRELL
  5.  John TERRELL
  6. +Timothy TERRELL
  7. +Henry TERRELL
  8. +James TERRELL
  9. +Mary TERRELL

Notes


CONFLICT: "William Terrell lives in the part of New Kent that became Hanover Co. He lived on the South Side of the Pamunkey River, near the junction of the North Anna and South Anna Rivers, in an area called "the forks." We should note that some historians believe this William (the one who marries Susannah Waters) is in fact the William we show as RIN #1618, the brother of Richmond Terrell. We believe that William probably didn't stay in Virginia, but returned to England."


"Source: "Lewises, Meriwethers and Their Kin," by Sarah Anderson. Also, "The Genealogy of the Rush Family of Virginia and The Terrell Genealogy," by Nellie F. Ayres.


Note: I have shown William's more likely father to be Richmond Terrell who arrived and settled in new Kent Co., Va in 1656.


From Michael Lewis "Mike" Monroe of Roanoke, Virginia [mlmonro@infi.net]: "The Terrell Family history, as far as I'm concerned is a complete mudtrap. Apparently only two children of William and Susannah Terrell can be proven -- Henry and David -- and anything else is unsubstantiated guesswork.


The Terrell Family is not solid. I've seen at least three different theories about William and Susannah Terrell ranging from the idea that William was born in the 1620's all the way up to the late 1660's --- which looks a lot like a missing generation. Yes, I've seen the idea that Richmond Terrell was William's father... I've also seen something that suggests that William lived to be about 100 years old... and another theory that has William living to about 115. About the only solid piece to stand on is the power of attorney in the 1720's, and a land deed in the 1720's -- and those only specifically named sons Henry and David Terrell. I think there was a witness named James Terrell, but I don't think his relationship was listed --- son, brother, uncle, whatever.""




[S1503] [S2471]


                                                                  _WILLIAM TERRELL of Reading_+
                                                                 | (1550 - 1595)              
                                      _Robert TERRELL of Reading_|
                                     | (1592 - 1643) m 1617      |
                                     |                           |_MARGARET RICHMOND _________+
                                     |                             (1560 - ....)              
 _Richmond TERRELL I "the Immigrant"_|
| (1624 - 1677) m 1649               |
|                                    |                            _Robert BALDWIN ____________
|                                    |                           | (1570 - ....)              
|                                    |_Jane BALDWIN _____________|
|                                      (1603 - 1661) m 1617      |
|                                                                |_Joane PIGCONE _____________
|                                                                  (1570 - ....)              
|
|--William A. TERRELL Sr.
|  (1660 - 1743)
|                                                                 ____________________________
|                                                                |                            
|                                     ___________________________|
|                                    |                           |
|                                    |                           |____________________________
|                                    |                                                        
|_Elizabeth WATERS? _________________|
  (1631 - ....) m 1649               |
                                     |                            ____________________________
                                     |                           |                            
                                     |___________________________|
                                                                 |
                                                                 |____________________________
                                                                                              

Sources

[S1819]

[S1819]

[S1160]

[S1503]

[S1819]

[S1990]

[S2110]

[S1503]

[S2471]


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