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COUNT? of Auverne

ABT 0760 - ____

ID Number: I53365

  • BIRTH: ABT 0760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1934]

Family 1 :
  1. +GERHARD Count of Auvergne
  2. +Daughter of Auverne

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Amanda Montgomery DUNN

31 Jul 1801 - 25 Sep 1892

ID Number: I62648

  • RESIDENCE: Sumter Co. SC and Clinton, East Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 31 Jul 1801, Sumter Co. South Carolina
  • DEATH: 25 Sep 1892, E. Feliciana Parish, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1124] [S2250]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) DUNN


Family 1 : David PIPES
  1.  Windsor PIPES
  2. +William Henry PIPES C.S.A.
  3. +David Washington PIPES Sr.

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 _(RESEARCH QUERY) DUNN _|
|                        |
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|                              
|
|--Amanda Montgomery DUNN 
|  (1801 - 1892)
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|________________________|
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[S1124]

[S2250]

[S2250]


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William GREEN

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I68903

Father: William GREEN
Mother: Ann COLEMAN


Family 1 : Elizabeth "Betsy" GREEN
  1.  Sally GREEN
  2.  William GREEN
  3.  John GREEN
  4.  Elizabeth "Betsy" GREEN
  5. +Francis GREEN

Notes


2 William Green b: Abt 1760 + Elizabeth "Betsy" Green b: Abt 1754.


"William the heir at law, inherited the entailed estate of his father and married his cousin Eliza Green, daughter of Duff Green. He died in Culpeper and his widow moved to Kentucky, near Covington."



[S2868]


                                                           _William GREEN _________
                                                          | (1670 - 1701)          
                       _Robert Duff GREEN "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1693 - 1748) m 1720              |
                      |                                   |_ELEANOR MACDUFF _______+
                      |                                     (1670 - ....)          
 _William GREEN ______|
| (1725 - 1770)       |
|                     |                                    _(RESEARCH QUERY) DUNN _
|                     |                                   |                        
|                     |_Eleanor DUNN _____________________|
|                       (1700 - 1793) m 1720              |
|                                                         |________________________
|                                                                                  
|
|--William GREEN 
|  (1760 - ....)
|                                                          _Robert COLEMAN III_____+
|                                                         | (1680 - 1748) m 1702   
|                      _Samuel COLEMAN ___________________|
|                     | (1704 - 1748)                     |
|                     |                                   |_Mary CLAYTON __________+
|                     |                                     (1682 - 1735) m 1702   
|_Ann COLEMAN ________|
  (1724 - 1804)       |
                      |                                    _John W. WYATT _________+
                      |                                   | (1683 - 1768)          
                      |_Elizabeth "Betty" WYATT __________|
                        (1705 - ....)                     |
                                                          |_Elizabeth BUCKNER _____
                                                            (1685 - ....)          

Sources

[S2530]

[S1582]

[S2867]

[S2868]


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John HART

1714 - ____

ID Number: I76140

  • RESIDENCE: Paisley, Renfrew, SCT
  • BIRTH: 1714, of Scotland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2530]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) HART


Family 1 : Janet MAXWELL
  1.  Robert HART "the Immigrant"
  2. +Malcolm HART

Notes


Children:
2 Robert HART b: 23 Dec 1739 + Mary DICK
2 Malcom HART b: 29 Jan 1752
2 Isabel HART b: 20 Sep 1745 d: 1747.

                             __
                            |  
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                         |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) HART _|
|                        |
|                        |   __
|                        |  |  
|                        |__|
|                           |
|                           |__
|                              
|
|--John HART 
|  (1714 - ....)
|                            __
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|                        |  |
|                        |  |__
|                        |     
|________________________|
                         |
                         |   __
                         |  |  
                         |__|
                            |
                            |__
                               

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[S2530]


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Almira HIATT

20 Apr 1818 - 7 Oct 1886

ID Number: I37444

  • RESIDENCE: Garrard Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 20 Apr 1818, Garrard Co. Kentucky
  • DEATH: 7 Oct 1886, Garrard Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: DAR ID Number: 103412
Father: Elijah HIATT
Mother: Martha "Patsy" Gatewood ALLEN


Family 1 : Josiah BURNSIDE
  1.  Samuel Hiatt BURNSIDE

Notes


1850 Census of Garrard Co, KY, p 237b, age 32.
1860 Census of Garrard Co, KY, p 13, age 42.
1870 Census of Garrard Co, KY, p 20 Lancaster dist., age 52.

                                                        _____________________
                                                       |                     
                                  _____________________|
                                 |                     |
                                 |                     |_____________________
                                 |                                           
 _Elijah HIATT __________________|
| (1771 - 1851) m 1817           |
|                                |                      _____________________
|                                |                     |                     
|                                |_____________________|
|                                                      |
|                                                      |_____________________
|                                                                            
|
|--Almira HIATT 
|  (1818 - 1886)
|                                                       _Samuel ALLEN _______+
|                                                      | (1713 - 1779)       
|                                 _Richard ALLEN ______|
|                                | (1750 - 1830) m 1778|
|                                |                     |_____________________
|                                |                                           
|_Martha "Patsy" Gatewood ALLEN _|
  (1787 - 1857) m 1817           |
                                 |                      _Thomas GATEWOOD ____+
                                 |                     | (1726 - ....)       
                                 |_Susannah GATEWOOD __|
                                   (1755 - ....) m 1778|
                                                       |_Ann JOLLY __________
                                                         (1731 - ....)       

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Mary LINDSAY

ABT 1734 - ABT 1805

ID Number: I99798

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland and Cumberland Co. NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1734, Isle of Skye, Scotland
  • DEATH: ABT 1805, Cumberland Co. North Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3622]

Family 1 : Archibald MCDUFFIE Sr.
  1.  Archibald MCDUFFIE Jr.

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Margaretta MACKALL

ABT 1793 - ____

ID Number: I85423

  • RESIDENCE: Prince George Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1793
  • RESOURCES: See: [S765] [S2372]

Family 1 : Edmund KEY
  1.  Hobart KEY

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[S765]

[S2372]


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Thomas Albert MILES

23 May 1807 - 5 Aug 1821

ID Number: I24840

  • RESIDENCE: Wilkinson Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 23 May 1807, Wilkinson County, Mississippi Territory
  • DEATH: 5 Aug 1821, Woodville, MS
  • RESOURCES: See: [S946] [S1009]
Father: James MILES
Mother: Elizabeth BUCKHOLTS



                                              ______________________
                                             |                      
                        _Abram MILES ________|
                       | (1750 - ....)       |
                       |                     |______________________
                       |                                            
 _James MILES _________|
| (1778 - 1821) m 1803 |
|                      |                      ______________________
|                      |                     |                      
|                      |_Elizabeth___________|
|                        (1750 - ....)       |
|                                            |______________________
|                                                                   
|
|--Thomas Albert MILES 
|  (1807 - 1821)
|                                             _Abraham BUCKHOLTS II_+
|                                            | (1729 - 1812) m 1754 
|                       _Jacob BUCKHOLTS ____|
|                      | (1755 - 1826) m 1785|
|                      |                     |_Elizabeth WOODARD ___
|                      |                       (1738 - ....) m 1754 
|_Elizabeth BUCKHOLTS _|
  (1788 - 1822) m 1803 |
                       |                      _Elias HODGES ________+
                       |                     | (1730 - 1792) m 1750 
                       |_Sarah HODGES _______|
                         (1760 - 1828) m 1785|
                                             |_Phoebe_______________
                                               (1730 - ....) m 1750 

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[S1009]


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James OFFUTT

1704 - ____

ID Number: I40761

  • RESIDENCE: Prince George Co. MD
  • BIRTH: 1704, Prince George Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1780]

Family 1 : Sarah BEAL
  1. +Elizabeth OFFUTT

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Frances Crittendon SANDIDGE

15 Aug 1863 - 11 Jan 1892

ID Number: I14669

  • RESIDENCE: Green Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 15 Aug 1863, Green Co. KY
  • DEATH: 11 Jan 1892, Green Co. KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S409]
Father: John Thomas SANDIDGE
Mother: Elizabeth Newton ASBURY


Family 1 : Daniel Gabriel CURRY

                                                          _John SANDIDGE ____________________________+
                                                         | (1760 - 1832) m 1783                      
                            _Christopher "Kit" SANDIDGE _|
                           | (1797 - 1886) m 1821        |
                           |                             |_Mary (Molly) WOOD ________________________+
                           |                               (1760 - 1824) m 1783                      
 _John Thomas SANDIDGE ____|
| (1823 - 1903) m 1846     |
|                          |                              _(RESEARCH QUERY) WHITLOCK of Green Co. KY_
|                          |                             |                                           
|                          |_Elizabeth Warner WHITLOCK __|
|                            (1805 - 1881) m 1821        |
|                                                        |___________________________________________
|                                                                                                    
|
|--Frances Crittendon SANDIDGE 
|  (1863 - 1892)
|                                                         _Joseph ASBURY ____________________________+
|                                                        | (1756 - 1833) m 1788                      
|                           _Daniel Shadrack ASBURY _____|
|                          | (1789 - 1853) m 1813        |
|                          |                             |_Mildred MONTGOMERY _______________________
|                          |                               (1768 - 1830) m 1788                      
|_Elizabeth Newton ASBURY _|
  (1825 - 1898) m 1846     |
                           |                              ___________________________________________
                           |                             |                                           
                           |_Lucinda S. ATKINSON ________|
                             (1793 - 1874) m 1813        |
                                                         |___________________________________________
                                                                                                     

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Carrie SOWELL

27 Oct 1878 - 31 Aug 1937

ID Number: I5005

  • RESIDENCE: LA
  • BIRTH: 27 Oct 1878
  • DEATH: 31 Aug 1937
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11]
Father: Couper SOWELL
Mother: Anne Caroline "Callie" MCCANTS


Family 1 : Eugne W. WILLIAMS
  1.  Henry Eugene WILLIAMS
  2.  Estelle WILLIAMS

                                                                           __________________________
                                                                          |                          
                                   _______________________________________|
                                  |                                       |
                                  |                                       |__________________________
                                  |                                                                  
 _Couper SOWELL __________________|
| (1840 - ....) m 1873            |
|                                 |                                        __________________________
|                                 |                                       |                          
|                                 |_______________________________________|
|                                                                         |
|                                                                         |__________________________
|                                                                                                    
|
|--Carrie SOWELL 
|  (1878 - 1937)
|                                                                          _David Scott MCCANTS _____+
|                                                                         | (1781 - 1864) m 1803     
|                                  _David Alexander MCCANTS Sr.___________|
|                                 | (1821 - 1853) m 1841                  |
|                                 |                                       |_Jane MCNISH _____________+
|                                 |                                         (1780 - 1837) m 1803     
|_Anne Caroline "Callie" MCCANTS _|
  (1848 - ....) m 1873            |
                                  |                                        _Robert Young LIVINGSTON _+
                                  |                                       | (1777 - 1837) m 1805     
                                  |_Elizabeth "Eliza" Pennell LIVINGSTON _|
                                    (1818 - 1903) m 1841                  |
                                                                          |_Margaret MCLEAN _________+
                                                                            (1788 - 1876) m 1805     

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Capt. William STANDARD Sr.

ABT 1737 - Mar 1807

ID Number: I7375

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War-Captain In Benton's Regiment; SC Legislature 1788
  • RESIDENCE: Edgecombe Co. NC and Cheraws Dist. and Darlington Co. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1737, England
  • DEATH: Mar 1807, Darlington Co. South Carolina
  • BURIAL: Standard's Old Field, Darlington Co. SC [47525]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S527] [S818] [S834] [S985] [S997] [S1075] [S1309]
Father: STANDARD


Family 1 : Dorothy JONES
  1. +Ann STANDARD
  2.  William STANDARD Jr.
Family 2 : Elizabeth MERRITT
  1. +John STANDARD

Notes


William Standard b c. 1737 prob. England. William, Daniel, and Rachel settled in the new town of Tarboro, Edgecombe County, North Carolina. William purchased a lot #2 in Tarboro from Robert Goodloe on 11 Nov 1761.
On 13 Nov 1761, William wittnessed the will of Thomas Goodson who owned lot #57 in the town.
William purchased Lot #1 from Henry Irwin on 28 Sep 1762, and on 20 Sep 1763, he sold Lot #2 to Aquilla Sugg.


William, his wife Dorothy, and Rachel Standard and her husband Abel Waddell moved SW to the Cheraw District of SC.


Daniel Standard and his wife Ann moved NW to Granville County, NC.


William was Married to Dorothy Jones, wit: Daniel Standard and Thomas Cavenah.


On Nov 30, 1775, William Standard was appointed by the Provencial Congress to the commission of Ensign Captain of a volunteer company from St. David's Parish. They were part of Colonel Benton's Regiment in Marion's Brigade of South Carolina Troops of the Continental Establishment. Abel Waddell was a private in the same regiment. The Rev War Records of SC and NC show numerous mentions of William Standard for patriotic service including back pay for service as a private, lieutenant, and captain.


In the years 1787 and 1788 William and Daniel Standard received land grants from the state of South Carolina. The grants were located in Abbeville County. They moved their families to the new land and were recorded there in the 1790 census of Abbeville County, 96th Dist. 2 Males, 4 Females, 8 slaves.


By 1793 Captain William Standard shows in records of Darlington County, and on the 1800 census. Likely Children: William b c. 1765 went to KY and later moved to Illinois and John 1774-1814 Darlington, SC.


Horace F. Rudisill, of the Darlington County Historical Commission, wrote in Feb 1999: (Standard Field now owned by state of SC Dept. Agriculture off of Pocket Road-Dam to be built & Marker to be placed on side of road). "Generally known as the "Back Swamp Community" within a radius of about seven miles there are over sixty sites of significant importance, Old Darlington District, the area could well be deemed one of the cradles of South Carolina History." Standard Place is listed as a Plantation site between Alex & John Fountain Place & Orange Gove. Historic church is Mechanicsville Baptist.


Capt. William Standard (Bobbie Moss p. 890) who commanded the militia unit up there in Cheraws Dist. SC, now part of Marlbourough Co. SC. "History of Old Cheraws" William Standard is mentioned on pages 246, 289, 413, 447:
!) On list of company formed in St. David's Parish 1775.
2)As representative in St. David's Parish.
3) A list of 1782 as Captain in Benton's Regiment at Long Bluff.
4) On a list of the Legislature in October (1788).
5) William Standard Land Grants, Cheraw Dist. SC - 705 1/2 Acres Bk 22, p. 240 7 Jan 1788; 1,000 acres Bk 22, p. 260 & Jan 1788; 1,300 acres Bk 24, p. 430 6 Oct 1788.


The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume VII Number 3, Summer, 1979; Darlington County Memorialized Records


1. 3rd. An Administration on the Estate of John Carter granted to Joseph Anderson May intermediate Court 1794. Securitys to Bond William Standard and Peter Boazman, penalty One hundred pounds Sterling. May 19, 1794 (WB15, p. 78)
2. William Standard to Brinkley Gandy Deed of Sale March 16th 1790
3. 12th An administration on the Estate of James Goodwin granted May term 1793 to William Standard Security Abel Waddell & John Hodges, penalty sixty pounds. (21 May 1793)Pro 305.


Probate Roll 305. "I John McNatt of Marlborough County Greatest Creditor of James Goodwin deceast late a soldier in Col Peter Horry's first reg of calvalry do hereby grant unto Capt. William Standard of Darlington County the Right of Admin on the Estate of James Goodwin deceast. 2 Feb 1793.
Wit: James Ramsey and Thos. Evans.
4. 13th An administration on the Estate of Francis Archer granted May term 1793 to William Standard, Securitys Abel Waddill & John Hodges, penalty Sixty pounds.


Probate Roll 18. Kershaw County, I Cornelious Melone Greatest Creditor to Francis Archer deceast late a soldier in the fifth Reg. of SC do heare by grant unto Capt. William Standard of Darlington County the Right of Admin on the estate of Francis Archer deceast. 11 Day of April 1793.
Wit: William Morrell and James Singilton.
5. 14th An administration on the Estate of John Hall granted May term 1793 to William Standard Securitys Abel Waddell & John Hodges penalty Sixty pounds. (Pro 375).
6. 15th An administration on the Estate of Drury Reeves granted May term 1793 to Robert Reeves Securitys William Standard & West Williams, penalty Sixty pounds.
7. 16th An Adminstration on the Estate of John Hales granted to Ishum Ellis, May term 1793 Securitys Benjamin Kolb & William Standard penalty Seventy pounds.
8. 17th An administration on the Estate of Abram Bagget granted May term 1793 to Randolph Revill Securitys William Standard & Abel Waddell penalty Seventy pounds. (WB 15, p.4).
9. 18th, An administration on the Estate of William Peoples granted Septemr term 1793 to William Standard Securitys Abel Waddell & Edward Wingate penalty One hundred pounds.


Probate Roll 243 - I John Peoppels said brother and heair of William Peoppels deceast late a soldier in the Fifth SC Reg do hereby grant unto Capt. William Standard of Darlington County the Right of Admin on the said estate of William Peoppels deceast late a soldier.
29 day of May 1793. Wit: Stephen Hinds and Archbil Bell. (WB15, p. 11).
10. 19th, An administration on the Estate of Robert Hinds granted Octor term 1793 to James Hinds. Securitys William Standard & Benjamin Kolb penalty Sixty pounds.(WB15, p.16).
11. 20th An administration on the Estate of Robert Duck granted to Elizabeth Duck & James Hinds Octobr. term 1793. Security William Standard penalty One hundred pounds.
12. William Standard appraiser Estate of John Flowers Jan 6 1790, Vol 50.
13. William Standard & Benj. Kolb sureties for Andrew Smith, Admin. Estate of Charles Mason mar 11, 1795 (WB15, p. 194).
14. William Standard appraiser Estate of John Kimbrough Mar 27, 1794. (WB15, p. 364).
15. William Standard Appraiser Estate of James Marlow Jan 5, 1801 Pro. 576.
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Pierce'S Register OLD SERIES VOL. 5óL BOOK, NO. 11, & 175 TO 180, page 216 7531. Wm. Standard, Salisbury Dist. Virginia Soldiers of 1776: Lake Fort. He served under Capt. William Standard, with Col. Abel Culp. Col. Abel Kolb's name was spelled Abel Kolb, not Culp. He is buried beside the Great Pee Dee River just upstream from the U.S. 15 bridge in Marlboro County, SC. Across the River from Society Hill, SC.


Site of William Standard's grave is uncertain at this time, as late as 1890, there was a cleared field in the fork of Back Swamp and a small branch known as "Standard's old field". Darlington News 5-12-1892 stated "on the farm of Mr. W. E. Dargan there are two Indian Mounds - one of them is in the lower part of Mr. Dargan's field and has been plowed over for many years. Quantities of Indian relics covered the ground......"Not far from this mound was the grave of Maj. Standard of Revolutionary War fame and that part of the plantation was known as the Standard old field." About a third of a mile east of this mound in the fork of Black Swamp and Alligator creeks was the other mound surrounded on all sides by swamp. It was from five to eight feet high and covered between an eight and a quarter of an acre."
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The earliest record of William Standard in Edgecombe co. NC that I have seen is in ABSTRACTS OF WILLS EDGECOMBE CO. NC by Williams and Griffin: on 13 Nov. 1761 he witnessed the will of Thomas Goodson; that same year he bought a lot in Tarboro. He married Dorothy Jones in Edgecombe on 7 Jan. 1763; by 10 May 1764 he witnessed a sale in Craven Co., SC between Abraham Odom and Matthew Gibbs:Langley, SC DEED ABSTRACTRS 1719-1772, VOL. 4. Daniel may have been there at the same time, atthough really the only record I have seen is his being security for William's wedding. We know Rachel was there in 1762 as she married Abel Waddill then.


Standard, William ID: 1996; Date in Pee Dee: 1775; Location: St. David's Parish; source; Gregg; Revolutionary War Service: In Marion's Brigade.


STANDARD William Nos. Returns = 33, 66, 92, 98.


1 Mar 1808 SC Court Case re: Elijah Pinn, a Free man of color and Rasha Cannon.
Burgess Adams as guardian for Elijah Pinn says "that the Said Lege or Elijah is the son of a certain woman of Color called Elizabeth Pinn whom the late Major W. Standard brought from Virginia & who this deponent believes was a free born woman & that the Said Elijah is also entitled to his freedom". Case closed in Elijah's favor 13 Oct 1808. Rudisill: Elijah Penn - Octoroon descendent of emancipated slave from Virginia who served alsong with white Confederate Troops during the civil War and belonged to their veteran's group afterwards. His mother brought to Darlington by Capt. Wm Standard.


1704 VA Rent Rolls: Standard Wm M.S. King William County


SCMAR, Volume VII
Number 3, Summer, 1979, Darlington County Memorialized Records (Continued from Vol. 7, p.80) SCMAR, Vol. VII, Summer 1979, No. 3, p.151
12th An administration on the Estate of James Goodwin granted May term 1793 to William Standard Security Abel Waddell & John Hodges, penalty sixty pounds.


SCMAR, Volume VII
Number 3, Summer, 1979
Darlington County Memorialized Records (Continued from Vol. 7, p.80) SCMAR, Vol. VII, Summer 1979, No. 3, p.151
13th An administration on the Estate of Francis Archer granted May term 1793 to William Standard, Securitys Abel Waddill & John Hodges, penalty Sixty pounds.


SCMAR, Volume VII Number 3, Summer, 1979; Darlington County Memorialized Records (Continued from Vol. 7, p.80)


SCMAR, Vol. VII, Summer 1979, No. 3, p.151
14th An administration on the Estate of John Hall granted May term 1793 to William Standard Securitys Abel Waddell & John Hodges penalty Sixty pounds.


SCMAR, Vol. VII, Summer 1979, No. 3, p.151
20th An administration on the Estate of Robert Duck granted to Elizabeth Duck & James Hinds Octobr. term 1793. Security William Standard penalty One hundred pounds.


William Standard State: SC Year: 1790
County: Cheraws District Image: 0228
Township: St. Thomas Roll: M637_11


Standard, William #: 217 State: South Carolina County: Darlington Year: 1800
Township: Unknown Townships Page: 114
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Marlboro County was created in 1798 from Cheraws District, which was created in 1769 and discontinued. The county seat for Marlboro is the city of Bennettsville which was founded in 1819 and named after Governor Thomas Bennett.


Marlboro County has always been largely agricultural and remains so today. Legend has it that the land is so rich it once sold by the pound instead of the acre. Marlboro was once one of South Carolina's wealthiest counties, and Bennettsville and Clio contain many beautiful homes from the county's gracious past. The Jennings Brown House, now part of the Marlboro County Historical Museum's holdings, was built in 1827 by one of Bennettsville's first doctors. The house served as headquarters for Major General Frank P. Blair during the Union occupation of Bennettsville in 1865. The Marlboro County Courthouse served as headquarters for General William Tecumseh Sherman.


The town of Blenheim is famous for its Mineral Spring. For generations, people came from nearby towns to drink the water, and Dr. C.R. May from Bennettsville is reputed to have prescribed the spring water for stomach ailments. His "doctored up" formula was bottled as a fiery blend of ginger ale in 1903.


Marlboro County is on the North Carolina border and is contiguous with Scotland and Richmond Counties, NC. In South Carolina, Marlboro County is contiguous with Dillon, Florence, Darlington, and Chesterfield Counties.


If you have roots in Marlboro County, you should be aware that many Marlboro County ancestors can be found in Robeson County, North Carolina records.


Chesterfield County was formed by the County Court Act of 1785, when Cheraw District was divided into Chesterfield, Darlington, and Marlboro counties. Textbooks will tell you that Chesterfield County was named after Lord Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, a close friend of George III; however, local tradition states that the Craig family, who originally inhabited the county seat, was influential in naming the county after the county from which they came, Chesterfield County, Virginia. Population grew slowly with Welch, French Huegenots, Scotch-Irish, Germans, and English moving in mostly from other of the colonized areas.


The Witherspoon property was across the road from William Standard's property, they were neighbors. From Albion's Seed, p. 664 he discusses the migration from North Britain to the backcountry and that it became a movement of clans.


"A case in point was the family of Robert Witherspoon, a South Carolinian of Border-Scots descent. Witherspoon recalled: ""My grandfather and grandmother were born in Scotland abouth the year 1670. They were cousins and both of one name. His name was John and hers was Janet. They lived in their younger years in or near Glasgow and in 1695 they left Scotland and settled in Ireland in the county of Down....where he lived in good circumstances and in good credit until the year 1734, (when) he removed with his family to South Carolina.""


When Witherspoon used the word "family" he meant not merely a nuclear or extended family but an entire clan. His grandparents, their seven children, at least seventten grandchildren and many uncles and cousins all sailed from Belfast Lough to America and settled together in the same part of the southern backcountry. Witherspoon described their exodus in detail:


""We did not all come in one ship nor at one time. My uncles William, James and David Wilson, and their families with Uncle Gavin left Belfast in the beginning of the year 1732 and Uncle Robert followed us in 36."" (Src: Robert Witherspoon, "Recollections", in H. Roy Merrens, ed. The South Carolina Scene: Contemporary Views, 1697-1774 (Columbia, SC 1977), 124. For another description of clan migration, see Parton, Life of Andrew Jackson, I, 46.).


Here was a classic example of serial migration or stream migration which was comon in the peopling of the backcountry. A few clan members opened a path for others, and werefollowed by a steady stream of kin.


These North British border clans tended to settle together in the American backcountry. An example was the Alexander clan. In North Carolina's Catawba County, the first United States Census of 1790 listed 300 nuclear families named Alexander."


From: "John Diffey" diffey@vicksburg.com to jbass@digital.net 10 Jul 2003"
"a petition for a road in Darlington, SC dated Oct. 10 1796. It was signed by an Abel Hodges and William Standard. I research the DeFee family who is also on the petition." John Diffey


[S834] [S834] [S1075] [S1075] [S1075] [S1075] [S985] [S994]

[47525]
off Pocket Road


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                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) STANDARD of VA & NC & SC & GA_|
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| (1700 - ....)       |
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|--William STANDARD Sr.
|  (1737 - 1807)
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Sources

[S527]

[S818]

[S834]

[S985]

[S997]

[S1075]

[S1309]

[S834]

[S834]

[S1075]

[S1075]

[S1075]

[S1075]

[S985]

[S994]


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ELIZABETH de TIBETOT

1371 - BEF 1424

ID Number: I28161

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: 1371, Notts, England
  • DEATH: BEF 1424, prob. Suffolk, England
  • BURIAL: Church of Grey Friars, Ipswich, Suffolk, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S810] [S1615]
Father: ROBERT TIBETOT
Mother: MARGARET DIENCOURT


Family 1 : PHILIP le DESPENSER Knt. of Nettlestead
  1. +MARGERY le DESPENSER

Notes


Name: Elizabeth Tybotot
Spouse: Phillip (Sir) Le Despencer
Birth Date: 1371
Birth Place: NOTTS, ENGLAND
Death Date: BEF 1424
Death Place: BUR CHURCH OF GREY FRIARS, IPSWICH, SUFFOLK, ENG
Parents: Robert (Lord) Tybotot, Margaret Deincourt
Children: Margery Le Despencer


[S1615]


                                                        _PAIN (Payn) de TIBETOT 1st Lord Tybotot_+
                                                       | (1279 - 1314)                           
                       _JOHN de TIBETOT Of Nettlestead_|
                      | (1313 - 1367) m 1337           |
                      |                                |_AGNES de ROS ___________________________+
                      |                                  (1294 - 1328)                           
 _ROBERT TIBETOT _____|
| (1341 - 1372) m 1366|
|                     |                                 _BARTHOLOMEW de BADLESMERE 1st Baron_____+
|                     |                                | (1275 - 1322)                           
|                     |_MARGARET de BADLESMERE ________|
|                       (1315 - 1345) m 1337           |
|                                                      |_MARGARET de CLARE ______________________+
|                                                        (1281 - 1333)                           
|
|--ELIZABETH de TIBETOT 
|  (1371 - 1424)
|                                                       _________________________________________
|                                                      |                                         
|                      _WILLIAM DIENCOURT _____________|
|                     | (1285 - 1364) m 1310           |
|                     |                                |_________________________________________
|                     |                                                                          
|_MARGARET DIENCOURT _|
  (1324 - 1380) m 1366|
                      |                                 _________________________________________
                      |                                |                                         
                      |_MILICENT La ZOUCHE ____________|
                        (1285 - 1379) m 1310           |
                                                       |_________________________________________
                                                                                                 

Sources

[S810]

[S1615]

[S1615]


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