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Princess ELIZABETH de VALOIS CAPET of France

2 Apr 1545 - 3 Oct 1568

ID Number: I74105

  • TITLE: Princess
  • RESIDENCE: France and Spain
  • BIRTH: 2 Apr 1545
  • DEATH: 3 Oct 1568
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1877]
Father: HENRI II CAPET of France
Mother: CATHERINE de MEDICI of Florence


Family 1 : PHILIP II (FELIPE II) de HABSBURG of Spain and Portugal

Notes


Married 3: Elisabeth De VALOIS (Princess of France) (b. 2 Apr 1545 - d. 3 Oct 1568) 31 Jan 1560, Guadalajara, Spain

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                                                                  |                                   
                                   _FRANCIS I de VALOIS of France_|
                                  | (1494 - 1547) m 1514          |
                                  |                               |___________________________________
                                  |                                                                   
 _HENRI II CAPET of France________|
| (1519 - 1559) m 1533            |
|                                 |                                _LOUIS XII de VALOIS of France_____+
|                                 |                               | (1462 - 1515) m 1499              
|                                 |_CLAUDE de VALOIS of France____|
|                                   (1499 - 1524) m 1514          |
|                                                                 |_ANNE de DREUX Duchess of Brittany_
|                                                                   (1476 - 1514) m 1499              
|
|--ELIZABETH de VALOIS CAPET of France
|  (1545 - 1568)
|                                                                  _PIERO MEDICI of Florence__________+
|                                                                 |                                   
|                                  _LORENZO MEDICI of Florence____|
|                                 |                               |
|                                 |                               |___________________________________
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|_CATHERINE de MEDICI of Florence_|
  (1519 - 1589) m 1533            |
                                  |                                ___________________________________
                                  |                               |                                   
                                  |_______________________________|
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ERMENGARDE de CHALONS

0843 - ____

ID Number: I61501

  • RESIDENCE: FR
  • BIRTH: 0843, Auvergne, France
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2294]
Father: THIERRY I "the Treasurer" Count d'Autunois


Family 1 : BERNARD II "Hairyfoot" de MACON of Auvergne
  1. +RANULF de MACON Viscount of Macon

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 _THIERRY I "the Treasurer" Count d'Autunois_|
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|--ERMENGARDE de CHALONS 
|  (0843 - ....)
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Capt. Frederick Morgan COLSTON C.S.A.

1 Oct 1835 - ____

ID Number: I67192

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA and Longstreet's Corps, Army of Northern Virginia; Wilson. Colston & Co., Bankers, Baltimore
  • RESIDENCE: Talbot Co. and Baltimore, MD and Loudoun Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1 Oct 1835
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S765] [S2103]
Father: Josiah COLSTON
Mother: Elizabeth Pendleton TUTT


Family 1 : Clara CAMPBELL

Notes


[p.103] II. FREDERICK MORGAN, b. 1st October, 1835; the subject of this memoir.


Colonial families of the United States of America: Volume 1.


FREDERICK MORGAN COLSTON was educated in the Warren Green Academy, Warrenton, Va.; Georgetown College and Columbia College, Washington, D. C. Came to Baltimore from Washington in 1853 and was employed in banking; entered the service of the Confederate States at the Richmond Arsenal in 1862; passed the examination of the Ordnance Board and was commissioned Lieutenant of Artillery, Longstreet's Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, in March, 1863; promoted to Captain and Assistant to Chief Ordnance Officer, Army of Northern Virginia, General Robert E. Lee, 10th September, 1864; served in the battles and campaigns of Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Chickamauga. East Tennessee and Knoxville, the Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Richmond and Petersburg, and surrendered at Appomattox Court House, 9th April, 1865. Received the following from General Lee.


“RICHMOND, April 18, 1865.
“Captain F. M. Colston has been on duty with the Army of Northern Virginia for more than two years as Ordnance Officer of Artillery and Assistant to Chief Ordnance Officer of the Army. He has discharged his duty to the entire satisfaction of his superior officers, and has won the reputation of a zealous, efficient, and brave officer.


“R. E. LEE, General.”


Returned to Baltimore and assisted in forming the firm of Wilson. Colston & Co., Bankers, in 1867, of which firm he is still a member.


Frederick Morgan Colston, b. 1835.


iv. Frederick Morgan Colston was born October 1, 1835. He married Clara Campbell October 28, 1868.


Maryland
Colston.
James Colston, (1st.) Came from England and bought "Clays Hope," in Talbot Co., Md., November 15, 1664.
James Colston, (2nd.) d. 1729.
James Colston, (3rd.) b. 1720. d. 1773.
Jeremiah Colston, b. 1757. d. 1800.
Josiah Colston, b. 1795. d. 1870.
Frederick Morgan Colston, b. 1835.
Bailey.
Richard Bailey, Came to Maryland 1658-1663.
Henry Bailey, b. in Maryland. d. 1733.
Elizabeth Bailey, M: James Colston, 1714.
James Colston, b. 1720. d. 1773.
Jeremiah Colston, b. 1757. d. 1800.
Josiah Colston, b. 1795. d. 1870.
Frederick Morgan Colston, b. 1835.
Orem.
Andrew Orem, Bought "Bantry," Talbot Co., Md., March 16, 1679.
Morris Orem, b. 1688. d. 1765.
Alice Orem, b. 1725. d. 1814. M: James Colston, 1743.
Jeremiah Colston, b. 1757. d. 1800.
Josiah Colston, b. 1795. d. 1870.
Frederick Morgan Colston, b. 1835.


[S765] [S2103] [S1850]


                                                                     _James COLSTON III____________+
                                                                    | (1720 - 1773) m 1743         
                             _Jeremiah COLSTON _____________________|
                            | (1757 - 1800)                         |
                            |                                       |_Alice OREM __________________+
                            |                                         (1725 - 1814) m 1743         
 _Josiah COLSTON ___________|
| (1795 - 1870)             |
|                           |                                        ______________________________
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|                                                                   |
|                                                                   |______________________________
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|--Frederick Morgan COLSTON C.S.A.
|  (1835 - ....)
|                                                                    _Benjamin TUTT _______________+
|                                                                   | (1750 - 1817)                
|                            _Charles Pendleton TUTT of Locust Hill_|
|                           | (1780 - 1832) m 1806                  |
|                           |                                       |_Elizabeth Clayton PENDLETON _+
|                           |                                         (1754 - ....)                
|_Elizabeth Pendleton TUTT _|
  (1809 - 1879)             |
                            |                                        _Richard McCarty CHICHESTER __+
                            |                                       | (1769 - 1817)                
                            |_Ann Mason CHICHESTER _________________|
                              (1789 - 1882) m 1806                  |
                                                                    |_Ann Thomson MASON ___________+
                                                                      (1769 - 1817)                

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Samuel GLOVER

ABT 1783 - 8 Nov 1850

ID Number: I63871

  • RESIDENCE: VA and Montgomery Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1783, Virginia
  • DEATH: 8 Nov 1850, Montgomery Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2426] [S3066]
Father: Samuel GLOVER
Mother: Mary TINDALL


Family 1 : Mary (Polly) GLOVER

                                             _Samuel GLOVER ______
                                            | (1690 - 1723)       
                       _John GLOVER ________|
                      | (1730 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_Elizabeth JONES ____+
                      |                       (1708 - 1723)       
 _Samuel GLOVER ______|
| (1759 - 1820) m 1782|
|                     |                      _____________________
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|--Samuel GLOVER 
|  (1783 - 1850)
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|_Mary TINDALL _______|
  (1762 - 1839) m 1782|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
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Jackson HIGGINBOTHAM

ABT 1815 - ____

ID Number: I15892

  • RESIDENCE: St. Landry Parish, LA & Hankammer, Liberty Co. TX
  • BIRTH: ABT 1815, E. Felicianna Parish, LA
  • DEATH: Hankammer, Liberty Co. TX
  • RESOURCES: See: [S453]
Father: Jacob HIGGINBOTHAM Jr.
Mother: Sophia (Nancy?)


Family 1 : Eliza GREEN

                                                   _Joseph HIGGINBOTHAM ____+
                                                  | (1717 - 1802) m 1745    
                          _Jacob HIGGINBOTHAM Sr._|
                         | (1751 - 1836) m 1772   |
                         |                        |_Hannah SMITH ___________+
                         |                          (1720 - ....) m 1745    
 _Jacob HIGGINBOTHAM Jr._|
| (1776 - 1853) m 1806   |
|                        |                         _Benjamin HIGGINBOTHAM I_+
|                        |                        | (1728 - 1791) m 1750    
|                        |_Anne HIGGINBOTHAM _____|
|                          (1752 - ....) m 1772   |
|                                                 |_Elizabeth GRAVES _______+
|                                                   (1733 - 1791) m 1750    
|
|--Jackson HIGGINBOTHAM 
|  (1815 - ....)
|                                                  _________________________
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|_Sophia (Nancy?)________|
  (1790 - 1828) m 1806   |
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(RESEARCH QUERY) Old Cheraw, SC HODGES of Old Cheraw Dist. SC

____ - ____

ID Number: I26126

  • OCCUPATION: Franklin & Henry Co VA?
  • RESIDENCE: Cheraw, Darlingon, Marlboro Cos. SC
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S18]
Father: (QUERY of all Hodges in my database) HODGES


Family 1 :
  1.  Drury HODGES
  2. +Elias HODGES
  3.  Robert HODGES
  4.  Bartholomew HODGES
  5.  Benjamin HODGES
  6.  William M. HODGES
  7.  Welcome HODGES
  8.  Wilson HODGES
  9.  Thomas HODGES
  10.  Jesse HODGES
  11.  Abel HODGES of Marlboro Co. SC
  12.  Willis HODGES of Marlboro Co. SC
  13.  Jacob HODGES of Marlboro Co. SC
  14.  Hannah HODGES
  15.  Jonathon HODGES
  16.  Philip HODGES
  17. +Sion HODGES
  18.  George HODGES
  19.  Martha HODGES

Notes


If you find your Hodges in this hodgepodge please let me know. jbass@digital.net


EMail me, jbass@digital.net All input appreciated! These children listed are not proven kin, but did appear in records in this area at this time. Most were mentioned in the Rev War and could have come from NC. My gf JOHN, b 1 Dec 1755 shown is proven except as noted.


A deed in book "A", Abstracts Williamsburg Co. SC, compiled by Mary R. Reid 1982. Williamsburg is between Georgetown & Darlington SC or Old Cheraw in old Craven Co. SC near the or in the old WINYAW area. Moreland Davidson of Marion County, NC bound to JOHN HODGE of Edgecomb County, NC for L 25,000, 12 Feb 1780. Condition of obligation regards parcel of land in SC, north side of Black River, adj. 298 a. of John Fryson's land that belonged to Stephen Mitchell. Wit: Samuel Gater (?), Willis Hoard (?), for L 15 sterling Moreland B. Davidson sold it to Hodge Taylor, heir of John Hodge 6 Jan 1794. Hodge Taylor sold it to John Graham for L 20 sterling 9 Sept. 1794. John Graham sold it to Thomas Sesson for $128.50 on 23 May 1806. (may be the Jesse Latta's John of Isle of Wight line).


CHERAWS DISTRICT (1769 - 1798) Created: 1769 from area of Craven County as one of seven original judicial districts. Split in 1798 to form: Chesterfield, Darlington, and Marlborough Districts, and Cheraw was discarded as a district name.


The Greeneville town was in Darlington Co. within the Cheraws Equity Court District (Cheraws Judicial Dist./ St David's Parish) and isn't shown on my current map. It seems, from an old district map to be near Brownsville and was first settled by the Welsh ca 1736. The other Greenville was in the Washington Court District and is the one on Interstate Rte 85.


1682- Craven county - from the NC line southward to Seewee (Awendaw) Creek - 1769 - Judicial Districts Formed: Cheraws - a triangle northwest of Georgetown, bounded by the North Carolina Line, and on the southwest by Lynches River. 1785 - Cheraws District: Marlborough, Chesterfield, and Darlington.


The Clerk of Council (SC) had been aboard the ship CHICHESTER, William Reed, Master, from Belfast. He gave the 'oaths to such of the poor Protestants as were of age who lately arrived in her in this province on the encouragement of the Bounty give by the Act of the General Asembly Passed the 25th July 1761 agreeable to the following list Viz'. Francis Hodge 29, Elizabeth Hodge 28, Robert Hodge 8, Alexander Hodge 6, John Hodge 4. (not identified-descendants unknown)


The list of Hodges soldiers in the 3rd S.C. Continentals from Moss's South Carolian Soldiers of the Revolution:
Benjamin Hodges 7-24-1776
Benajmin Hodges 9-20-1776 (possibly the same)
Edmund Hodges 7-1-1775 (or 7-24-1776) (likely bro of John)
Isai Hodges 9-20-1776 (maybe Isam) (likely bro. of John)
Isham Hodges 7-8-1775 (b. Virginia about 1750) (prob. his brother)
James Hodges 9-20-1776 (poss. bro. of John)
John Hodges 7-1-1775 (my John)
Philomel Hodges 7-24-1776 of Cumberland Co. NC (John's cousin)
Joab Hodges 7-18-1777, discharged 3-1-1779 (est.admin by Isham)
Jacob Hodges [served 12 months and died prior to 1785].
Mark Hodges 7-18-1777 (est. admin by Isham)
Joseph Hodges 7-24-1776 (bro. of John or Philemon)
William Hodges 7-24-1776 (bro. of Philemon)
Also George and Robert Draughan of Cumberland Co. NC enlisted July 24, 1776.
Francis Marion's Brigade: http://www.geocities.com/BourbonStreet/1786/swampfox_NCO_G-H.html


Benjamin Hodge Y 420
Benjamin Hodges N 458
Henry Hodges N 458
Henry Hodge Y 1606
Isom Hodges N 463
James Hodge V 493
John Hodges N 461
Jonathon Hodge Y 100
Joseph Hodges N 462
Robert Hodges S 625
Thomas Hodges N 459
Welcome Hodges Gregg 408


William Fletcher III and his four oldest sons served in the Revolutionary War in Mayhew's Calvary of the South Carolina Militia. He served for twelve months and was paid for this service by the State of South Carolina in May, 1785 (see Book "Q", p. 229, South Carolina Rev. War Records, "Stub Entries to Indents"). In 1785, William Fletcher III moved his family to the northern portion of Georgia about Effingham and Bulloch Counties. Bulloch County Deed records (Book "A", p. 99) show a deed from Mr. Fletcher and his wife, Elizabeth, to Joshua Hodges, September 20, 1805, for 120 acres granted to him and lying on the south side of the Ogeechee River. Also, same book (Book "A", p. 372) is a deed of gift from him to his sons, Thomas and Wiley Fletcher, "when they become of age", and dated October 3, 1818, conveying the 200 acres of land where he lived and his household goods. (Jincey Fletcher m. son of John III Hodges lived in St. Helena Parish, La)


SCMAR, Volume V, Number 1, Winter, 1977, 1779 Jury List for Cheraws District
SCMAR, Vol. V, Winter 1977, No. 1, p.14:
George Myers Richard Goodin Moses PEARSON William Cook Simon Connall John Husband Isaac Navill Josiah Dortry[?] William McDowell Joshua Terrill Jonathan John Thomas Hickson John Pigott Senr James Thursby George CHERRY Zachariah NETTLE Clement Brown William Hardick Aaron PEARSON Thomas Harrison Benjamin Davis Franics Gallaspie Benjamin Kolb Shadrach Williamson Thomas Rowe Richard George William HICKS Stephen Gardner Elias DUBOSE John HODGE Junr Samuel Brown John Spivey Isaac DUBOSE Philip Singleton Richard HODGE John Philips John Blakeney Matthew Griffith Edward Drake Archibald McBRIDE Charles EVANS Senr Isham HODGE Benjamin HICKS Junr William Barran Charles EVANS Junr William Lang Thomas Hammond Shadrach Adkison Daniel DUBOSE William HODGE Thomas Cothan Daniel Polk Charles Sparks Joshua David Thomas Conner Junr Absolam Sessions Thomas Conn John Duwitt Barnabas Hannaghan Charles Baxter John Brockington Jr George Manderson Joseph Fuller James Nicholson John Akins William Furniss Benjamin Beaverly Robert Nettles Matthew Rushing Evan Prethro John Frazer John Riggs Robert Westfield Joshua Douglass Charles Cottingham Enoch McDowell William Carter Nathaniel Douglass Trustrum Thomas Henry Jackson Thomas Boatwright Lewis MALONE Burges Williams George Hickman William Bishop Benjamin Henderick Jonathan Cottingham Samuel Hickman Abraham Cook John Wields Samuel Wines Michael Russel William Bell Enoch EVANS Senr John Smith James Russell Joseph Parsons Thomas Coaker Thomas Perace Thomas Kennedy Thomas Davis Thomas Williamson Thomas Brown Peter DUBOSE Senr George King Daniel Luke James Mathews Andrew DUBOSE Senr Ethelred Clarey Thomas Dean William Prestwood James Perkins Stephen Tomkins Thomas EVANS Junr Thomas Mathews Joseph CHANDLER Thomas HICKS Moses FORT Joseph Thompson Richard Curtis Senr John Gear Mark Holloway Stephen Parker Edward Sessions John Donaldson John Holloway Elisha Parker Junr Samuel Wadkins Richard Street John Weatherford James Norris Thomas Doyle John EVANS William James James Blassingham Levi Brown John O Neal John Marsh Abel WADDLE Hampton Sullivant Mackey McNett James Jones John Heath Joseph DUBOSE Edvard Lowther John McMuldrough Jr Benjamin Jackson James Galloway John Downes Hugh McMuldrough James Hayes Absolam Galloway Thomas Harry James Jamieson Edmond IRBY Michael Mixon John Edwards Joseph Wood Jeremiah Brown Samuel Mixon Joseph Mason Charles Dewitt James Shields Theophilus NORWOOD Josiah EVANS William Williamson William Barland Jonathan Williams William Edwards James Williamson Elisha Parker Senr John Hardy William STANDARD West Williams James Knight Abraham Alquier Simon Lundy William Wadkins Robert Aikens Isham Hatcher Daniel Lundy Joseph Allison John Hughes Joshua Jones Jacob Johnston Thomas VINING Amos Windham Thomas McManus Joshua Lucas Joshua Stroud Elijah Truit John Cartledge John Lucas Alexr Craig John Garner John Hughbanks Enoch Rentfrow John Benson Robert Partin John Jordan


Date: Wed, 15 Apr 1998 From: Albert C. Metts, Jr.
has determined that the Abbeville SC Hodges are not connected to the CHERAW Dist or Marlboro SC HODGES.


ROYAL or COLONIAL PLATS on LITTLE PEE DEE RIVER Province of South Carolina. Contributed by Jo Church Dickerson, 1998.
These plats were recorded between 1735 and 1775. Usually, they were surveys for lands subsequently granted to the same individual by the King of England, known now as the Royal or Colonial Plats. Marion Co. SC:
HODGES, John; plat for 107a in Craven Co; 1771/10/19, 0009 003 0017 00021 02
HARRELL, Jacob; plat for 200a in Craven Co; 1772/01/18, 0009 003 0015 00307 02
Royal Plats Marion County, S.C. © Victoria Proctor 1998



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Ann MAGRUDER

ABT 1711 - 1760

ID Number: I76475

  • RESIDENCE: Prince George Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1711, Prince George Co. Maryland
  • DEATH: 1760, Prince George Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S2921]
Father: Alexander MAGRUDER
Mother: Susannah BUSSEY


Family 1 : Henry TRUMAN
  1. +Edward TRUMAN
  2. +Alexander TRUMAN
  3. +James TRUMAN
  4. +Jane TRUMAN
  5.  Thomas TRUMAN
  6.  Henry TRUMAN

Notes


Will: 26 JUN 1760 Prince Georges Co., MD. "additional information on her line of Magruders can be found in "Report of Genealogical Committee of the D. C. Daughters of the American Revolution, 1955-56," pp. 30-31, DAR Library; and American Clan Gregor Society Bulletins in 1954). Henry C. Peden's Book."

[S2921]


                                                            _ALEXANDER MAGRUDER _+
                                                           | (1569 - 1617) m 1605
                       _Alexander MAGRUDER "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1610 - 1677) m 1672               |
                      |                                    |_MARGARET CAMPBELL __+
                      |                                      (1571 - 1631) m 1605
 _Alexander MAGRUDER _|
| (1673 - ....) m 1710|
|                     |                                     _____________________
|                     |                                    |                     
|                     |_Elizabeth HAWKINS _________________|
|                       (1634 - ....) m 1672               |
|                                                          |_____________________
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|--Ann MAGRUDER 
|  (1711 - 1760)
|                                                           _____________________
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|                      ____________________________________|
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|_Susannah BUSSEY ____|
  (1675 - ....) m 1710|
                      |                                     _____________________
                      |                                    |                     
                      |____________________________________|
                                                           |
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John MUSE Sr. "the Immigrant"

1633 - 10 Aug 1723

ID Number: I59955

  • RESIDENCE: England and Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1633, Isle Of Wight, England [290838]
  • DEATH: 10 Aug 1723, Westmoreland Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: notes Will LDS (AFN: G7FS-0L)
Father: Edward MUSE
Mother: Margery AUCOCKE


Family 1 : Catherine Lewis Moss TALBOT
  1. +Thomas MUSE
  2.  Jane MUSE
  3.  Ann MUSE
  4. +John MUSE Jr.
  5. +Mary MUSE
  6.  Nicholas MUSE

Notes


Westmoreland County, Virginia: MUSE, John 5 Apr 1723; 8 Oct 1723
Son Thomas 1 shilling; daughter Jane Pritchett 1 shilling; daughter Ann Wilson 1 shilling; daughter Mary Quisenberry 1 shilling; residue of estate to daughter in law Ann Muse.


LDS Marriage(s):
Spouse: Catherine (AFN: G7FS-1R) Marriage: Abt 1672
Spouse: Catherine LEWIS (AFN: 1T64-QHS) Born: Abt. 1665 Place: Richmond, Virginia
Died: Aft 1720 Place: Richmond, Virginia Married: Aft 16 1698 Nov Place: Richmond, Virginia. Spouse:William TALBOTT (AFN: 1T64-QGL) Marriage: Abt 1686 Old Rappa., Virginia;


SIBS: Robert, George, Michael Muse; Father: MUSE (AFN: G7FV-NB) Mother: Unknown (AFN: G7FV-PH).


Children by Catherine ?.
Thomas + Elizabeth STURMAN (AFN: G7FS-6M);
Ann + Mr. WILSON (AFN: PVGK-1G) + John WILSON (AFN: NKVV-K2)
Jane + Christopher PRITCHETT (AFN: GNFM-LW)
Mary m. Robert Sanford, Mary + Humphrey QUISENBERRY (AFN: 8LVQ-D9)
John + Ann (AFN: G7FR-P3) Marriage: Abt 1689 + Ann HOPKINS (AFN: NKVV-JV)
and + Ann (AFN: 1HN6-45N);
Nicholas Muse + Mary ELLIOTT (AFN: NKVV-QW)


On Oct. 30, 1707, Thomas Muse, of West'd Co., and John Muse, Jr., of Richmond Co., Va., were granted 265 acres in West'd Co. On Nov. 10, 1711, Nicholas Muse, of West'd Co., received a grant of land of 179 acres in West'd Co. on Holling Branch on Great Rappahannock Creek, between the counties of Richmond and West'd. (Northern Neck Grant Book No. 4, p. 60).


Later records prove conclusively that John Muse, Jr., and Thomas Muse, Sr., were brothers, and sons of John Muse, Sr., who was born in 1633, and died in 1723, at the age of 90 years.


On the 7th of September, 1715, Edward Barrow, Nicho A. Smith, John Tayloe and James Ingo, were ordered to take the depositions of John Mews and William Carter, which they did, and on Oct. 5, 1715, presented them in Court. In the deposition of John Muse, Sr., he stated that he was then Eighty-two years of age. (Miscellaneous Records and Depositions, p. 93, Richmond Co., Va.).


Robert, George and Michael Muse may have been brothers of John Muse, Sr., but from the records it appears that the latter was the only one who left male issue.


John Muse, Sr., b. 1633, d. in Westmoreland Co., Va., 1723. He left will dated April 5, 1723, pro. Oct. 8, 1723, as follows, omitting the preamble:


"My last will and testament is that all debts and funeral expenses be fully paid and discharged. My will is to give to Thomas Muse my son one shilling my daughter Jane Pritchett one shilling my daughter Ann Willson one shilling my daughter Mary Quisenberry one shilling and all the rest I give to my daughter-in-law Ann Muse, as Witness my hand this 5 day of April 1723--John Muse mar. (Seal) Robert Sanford, George Dunbar, Westmoreland.


ss I. At a Court held for the said County the 25th day of September 1723--The last will and testament of John Muse deceased was presented into Court by Ann Muse his daughter-in-law who made oath thereto and being proved by the oath of Robert Sanford one of the witnesses thereto is admitted to record. And for that no Exr. is ordained in the said will upon mocon of the said Ann (as greatest creditor) and her performing what is usual in such cases certificate is granted her for obtaining lettere of admicon on the said decedts, estate with the will annexed in due form--


Tets: Tho: Sorrell Cler Comped.
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Recordate 8 8 1723--
Pr. Eundom Clerum.


There is no clue as to the identity of the wife of John Muse, Sr. His children were:
II.
(1) Thomas Muse, Sr., m. Elizabeth. (See II-1).
(2) John Muse, Jr., b. cir. 1680, d. perhaps, in 1722, as his inventory was returned on April 6, 1722. (See II-2).
(3) Jane Muse, m. Christopher Pritchett, son and heir of Thomas Pritchett. They were married as early as 1695, as on July 6 of that year, they sold one hundred acres of land to Humphrey Quisenberry.
(4) Ann Muse, m.(???)Willson.
(5) Mary Muse, m. Humphrey Quisenberry.


SOURCE: Bibliographic Information: Hopkins, Walter Lee. Hopkins of Virginia and Related Families. J.W.Fergusson & Sons. Richmond, Virginia. 1931.


"Genealogy of Virginia Families", Vol IV, HE-P, page 448- The Muse (Mewes) Family of the Northern Neck of Virginia, by Mary Hope West and Juliet Fauntleroy.
Notes from English Records. In Isle of Wight, England, the Muse family is found as far back as the 15th Century........... Muse Family in Virginia--(1)John Mewes (b. England 1633; d. Westmoreland co., VA 1723) was beyond doubt the founder of this family in Virginia. In England the name appears to have been spelled in various ways; but, in Virginia soon became Muse. Robert (1666) and George Mewes appear in the records; however, it is evident that John Mewes was the only one of the name who left male issue.........
On Oct. 30, 1707, Thomas Muse, of Westmoreland Co., (a son of John, Sr.) and John Muse, Jr. (his brother) were granted 265 acres in Westmoreland co. in main swamp Rappahannock Creek adjoining (north) by Thackers land.
.......
The date of the birth of John Mewes (the first of the family in Virginia) is approximated as in the year 1633 from a deposition made by him in Richmond co., Oct. 2, 1715: "John Mewes, Aged Eighty two Years, Deposing saith That old Roger Cloathworker, about three years after he sold ye Land now in Possession of William Lewis to James Brown Senr. the said Cloathworker went with him the Depont to the head of a branch now know by the name of William Lewis Spring Branch and show'd him a line of Mark'd Trees from the head of the afores'd Branch to the Back line of said Cloathworkers land and told the sd:............
John Mewes (1633-1723) or Muse as his name later appears spelled, married at least twice. No clue to the identity of his first wife. ............Mrs. Catherine Talbott and John Mewes were married sometime after Nov. 16, 1698. John Mewes and his wife, Catherine, had no children, and she evidently predeceased him as she is not named in his will.
Thomas Muse (ca. 1665-1732) was married at least twice, may be thrice; his last wife being Mrs. Elizabeth (Sturman) Stewart-Murphey.
James Muse (son of Thomas who was son of John Sr.) On Feb. 7, 1729 he received by deed a negro woman, Hannah, with her future increase. This was the negro girl, Hannah, who on Jan. 27, 1696, was conveyed by deed of gifts to Elizabeth Sturman (last wife of Thomas Muse, and step-mother of said James Muse) by her grandmother, Mrs. Dorcas (Spence) Jordan. On July 10, 1749 James Muse leased (from Thomas Arrington) land adjoining his cousin, William Muse, who married Mary Pope, half sister of Sophia Pope, wife of said James Muse. this lease was witnessed by William Conditt, husband of Ann Pope, full sister of Mrs. Sophia (Pope) Muse, wife of James Muse


Division of Archives, Virginia State Library, Richmond, Virginia
Bounty Warrant papers of Richard Muse.


[290838]
Souldrop, Bedfordshire, England


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 _Edward MUSE ________|
| (1589 - 1640) m 1631|
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|--John MUSE Sr. "the Immigrant"
|  (1633 - 1723)
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|_Margery AUCOCKE ____|
  (1588 - 1662) m 1631|
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Mary PULLEYNE

1586 - ____

ID Number: I28496


Family 1 : Robert REYNOLDS "the Immigrant"

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Richard TAYLOR

ABT 1795 - ____

ID Number: I92396

  • RESIDENCE: Logan Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1795
  • RESOURCES: See; [S1956]
Father: Edward Chapman TAYLOR
Mother: Johanna NEW


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2 Richard Taylor + Laura Kirtley + Mary Throckmorton Brooking b: 1806 d: 1847
3 Taylor


                                                _Edmund TAYLOR ______+
                                               | (1690 - 1735) m 1710
                          _Richard TAYLOR _____|
                         | (1735 - 1779) m 1755|
                         |                     |_Sarah BROOKING _____+
                         |                       (1695 - ....) m 1710
 _Edward Chapman TAYLOR _|
| (1756 - 1829) m 1788   |
|                        |                      _John CHAPMAN _______
|                        |                     | (1700 - ....)       
|                        |_Sarah CHAPMAN ______|
|                          (1738 - 1781) m 1755|
|                                              |_____________________
|                                                                    
|
|--Richard TAYLOR 
|  (1795 - ....)
|                                               _____________________
|                                              |                     
|                         _____________________|
|                        |                     |
|                        |                     |_____________________
|                        |                                           
|_Johanna NEW ___________|
  (1760 - ....) m 1788   |
                         |                      _____________________
                         |                     |                     
                         |_____________________|
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                                               |_____________________
                                                                     

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