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Sally

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I27041

  • RESIDENCE: Petersburg, VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S324]

Family 1 : James BRYNE
  1.  Eliza A. BRYNE
Family 2 : Mordecai BARBOUR

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Widow Bryne.

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Patricia L. CHASON


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Hon. William CLARK Gov. of Missouri Terr.

1 Aug 1770 - 1 Sep 1838

ID Number: I89395

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • RESIDENCE: Caroline Co. VA and falls of the Ohio, KY and IN and St. Louis, MO
  • OCCUPATION: 1813 appointed second governor of the territory of Missouri.
  • BIRTH: 1 Aug 1770, Caroline Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1 Sep 1838, St. Louis, Missouri
  • BURIAL: family cemetery on the plantation of his kinsman, General John O'Fallon.
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3320]
Father: John CLARK
Mother: Ann ROGERS


Family 1 : Harriett KENNERLY
  1.  Jefferson Kearney CLARK

Notes


"GOVERNOR WILLIAM CLARK. William Clark, the youngest brother of George Rogers Clark, was born in Caroline county, Virginia, August 1, 1770. He came west with his father and mother in 1784, and joined his brother and other relatives at the falls of the Ohio. His home was in this vicinity until his departure on the celebrated exploring expedition, led by him and Meriwether Lewis, across the country to the Pacific ocean in 1804-5, under the auspices of President Jefferson.


The distinguished military history of his family naturally drew his attention to military matters from his early boyhood, and when he was only nineteen years old he marched against the Indians northwest of the Ohio river in an expedition led by Colonel John Hardin. In 1790 he was sent on a mission to the Creek and Cherokee Indians, and in 1791 he served as an ensign and acting lieutenant with the expeditions under Generals Scott and Wilkinson against the Indians on the Wabash. General Washington commissioned him a first lieutenant in the fourth sub. legion under General Wayne in March, 1793.


He entered active service at once, aiding in constructing forts on the line proposed to be followed into the Indian country, and in the latter part of the year he was dispatched on an expedition up the Wabash to Vincennes, which lasted several months, his boat being blocked by ice at one time for a period of twenty days.


He returned to Fort Washington, where Cincinnati is now situated, in the spring of 1794, having had several skirmishes with the Indians. He was next assigned the duty of escorting a large quantify of clothing and provisions to Fort Greenville. It required seven hundred pack-horses to carry the goods, and Lieutenant Clark had eighty men under his command on the journey. While on the way the advance guard of the party was attacked by Indians and five of the whites killed. Lieutenant Clark, who was with the main body of the troops, advanced rapidly upon the Indians, when they retreated with some loss. He was thanked for his good conduct by General Wayne.


He distinguished himself at the successful action of August 20, 1794, when in command of a company of riflemen he drove a portion of the enemy on the left several miles, killing a number of Indians and Canadians. In 1795 he was dispatched on a military mission to New Madrid, on the Mississippi river. He resigned his commission in 1796, and for a time retired from the army, because of bad health.


For the next seven or eight years he was most of the time about the falls of the Ohio, either with his parents and relatives on the Kentucky side, or with his brother, General George Rogers Clark, at Clarksville, on the Indiana side. It is stated in Dr. Coue's valuable edition of the history of Lewis and Clark's expedition that a commission was issued to him, January 8, 1790, by Arthur St. Clair, "governor of the territory of the United States northwest of the river Ohio," as "a captain of militia in the town and vicinity of Clarksville." If this was the William Clark now being considered, he was evidently residing in Indiana at that time, and this commission is in possession of his descendants.


But there were three William Clarks connected with Indiana history in the pioneer period, and this has been the cause of confusion and historical mistakes. William Clark, the subject of the present sketch, long survived the others and from that cause, as well as the prominence he subsequently attained, matters pertaining to the other two have, more or less, been attributed to him. In other words, he has to some extent absorbed the others, and some have spoken of him as the surveyor-in-chief of Clark's Grant, and some as being the William Clark who was made judge of Indiana territory in 1801.


Even so high an authority as "Appleton's Encyclopedia of American Biography," a work of great value and general accuracy, states, on page 631 of volume 1, under the head of "William Clark, Jurist," that "President Adams appointed him in 1800 chief-justice of the territory of Indiana, and he was afterward commissioned as the second governor of the territory of Missouri." Governor William Clark, of Missouri, died and was buried at St. Louis, September 1, 1838, and William Clark, the judge of Indiana territory, never was governor of Missouri territory, and died and was buried at Vincennes, November 12, 1802, as will be seen from the fac-simile of the entry of his death in the records of St. Xavier's Church, which is reproduced on next page.


NOTE: S. (Translation of fac-simile which appears on preceding page.)



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WILLIAM CLARK


In the year 1802, on the 12th of November, the body of William Clark, one of the judges of the supreme court of the territory of Indiana, was interred in the cemetery of this church. He died the day before, and although having religious convictions, the last progress of his sickness was so rapid that time was not left him to receive the Christian sacraments. An enlightened judge, firm, and incorruptible, he has taken with him the just regrets of all good people.


Vincennes, 12th November, 1802.


T. Sr. Rivete,
Mission.


A further sketch of Judge William Clark will be given in a subsequent volume.



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William Clark, the surveyor-in-chief of Clark's Grant, and one of the trustees of Clarksville, who spent much of his time at that place, a sketch of whom has already been given, was not the William Clark who was governor of Missouri territory, but his cousin.


William Clark, the subject of this sketch, joined Captain Meriwether Lewis in conducting an expedition through the unexplored wilderness to the Pacific ocean in 1803, as already stated. (NOTE:The perfect confidence President Jefferson had in the heads of this expedition is shown in a remarkable letter of credit which he issued, a fac-simile of which is at this writing before the author, and not reproduced here because of lack of space. In it he says: "I hereby authorize you to draw on the secretaries of state, of the treasury, of war, and of the navy of the United States, according as you may find your draughts will be most negotiable, for the purpose of obtaining money or necessaries for yourself or your men; and I solemnly pledge the faith of the United States that these draughts shall be paid punctually at the date they are made payable." It will be observed that there was a striking evidence of trust in those given charge of the undertaking.)


Captain Lewis had been the private secretary of President Jefferson, and the expedition was undertaken at his request. The winter of 1803 was spent at the mouth of the Missouri river, and the party set out on the journey, from that point, early in the spring of 1804, numbering forty-three men. The long journey through to the Pacific and return was of great importance to the country, and thrillingly interesting. It is too well known, however, to be dwelt upon here. Some time after his return in September, 1806, he visited Washington and, no doubt, the place of his former residence in Virginia at the same time. At or near Fincastle, in that state, on the 5th of January, 1808, he married Miss Julia Hancock, who died June 27, 1820; and on the 28th of November, 1821, he married Mrs. Harriet Kennerly Radford, who died December 25, 1831.


Some time after his return from the Pacific, Captain Clark was appointed to the then important position of Indian agent at St. Louis, a place for which he possessed superior qualifications by reason of his acquaintance with the western Indian tribes, and intimate knowledge of the Indian character. He was later also made a brigadier-general of that territory, and in 1813 was made its governor.


In the War of 1812 he was offered a commission as brigadier-general in the regular army, but did not accept it, believing that he could be of more advantage in his position of governor and Indian agent in influencing the Indian tribes to neutrality, and there is no doubt but his services in this direction were highly beneficial.


He was appointed superintendent of Indian affairs by President Monroe in 1822, and secured many important treaties with western Indian tribes.


Governor William Clark died in St. Louis, September 1, 1838, in the sixty-ninth year of his age, universally esteemed by all who knew him. The highest respect was paid to his memory. He was buried with distinguished honors at a beautiful place he had himself selected near St. Louis, being the family cemetery on the plantation of his kinsman, General John O'Fallon......"
George Rogers Clark resources


Descendants of Governor William Clark


Children


Governor Clark was first married to Miss Julia Hancock of Fincastle, Virginia, January 5, 1808. She died June 27, 1820, and on the 28th November, 1821, he married Mrs. Harriet Kennerly Radford* of St. Louis, Missouri. His children by the first wife were:


1, Meriwether Lewis Clark* (married, first, Abby Churchill, had seven children, second, Julia Davidson, who had no children by him); 2, William Preston*; 3, Mary Margaret*; 4, George Rogers Hancock*; 5, John Julius*


By the second wife he had, 1, Jefferson Kearney (who married Miss Mary Susan Glasgow, May 8, 1849); and 2. Edmund,* who died unmarried.


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                                               ________________________________
                                              |                                
                       _Jonathan CLARK _______|
                      |                       |
                      |                       |________________________________
                      |                                                        
 _John CLARK _________|
| (1724 - 1799)       |
|                     |                        ________________________________
|                     |                       |                                
|                     |_Elizabeth Ann WILSON _|
|                                             |
|                                             |________________________________
|                                                                              
|
|--William CLARK Gov. of Missouri Terr.
|  (1770 - 1838)
|                                              _Giles ROGERS I "the Immigrant"_
|                                             | (1643 - ....)                  
|                      _Giles ROGERS II_______|
|                     | (1673 - 1794)         |
|                     |                       |_Rachel EASTHAM ________________
|                     |                         (1650 - ....)                  
|_Ann ROGERS _________|
  (1728 - 1799)       |
                      |                        ________________________________
                      |                       |                                
                      |_______________________|
                                              |
                                              |________________________________
                                                                               

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Deliah S. FORBES

1818 - 1881

ID Number: I83704

  • RESIDENCE: of Stafford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1818
  • DEATH: 1881
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3119]
Father: Murray FORBES
Mother: Sallie Innes THORNTON


Family 1 : Alfred Augustine THORNTON

                                                _________________________
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                         |                     |
                         |                     |_________________________
                         |                                               
 _Murray FORBES _________|
| (1790 - ....)          |
|                        |                      _________________________
|                        |                     |                         
|                        |_____________________|
|                                              |
|                                              |_________________________
|                                                                        
|
|--Deliah S. FORBES 
|  (1818 - 1881)
|                                               _Francis THORNTON IV_____+
|                                              | (1736 - 1794) m 1758    
|                         _Francis THORNTON V__|
|                        | (1767 - 1836) m 1792|
|                        |                     |_Ann THOMPSON ___________+
|                        |                       (1744 - 1815) m 1758    
|_Sallie Innes THORNTON _|
  (1799 - ....)          |
                         |                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) INNES _
                         |                     |                         
                         |_Sally INNES ________|
                            m 1792             |
                                               |_________________________
                                                                         

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Abraham FRANCISCO

11 Oct 1729 - ABT 1799

ID Number: I58500

  • RESIDENCE: Essex Co. NJ and Monongalia Co. VA now WV
  • BIRTH: 11 Oct 1729, Essex Co. New Jersey
  • DEATH: ABT 1799, Monongalia Co. VA now WV
  • RESOURCES: See: notes
Father: Abraham FRANCISCO


Family 1 :
  1. +John FRANCISCO

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ABRAHAM3 FRANCISCO (ABRAHAM2, JOHN1) was born October 11, 1729 in Essex County, New Jersey, and died Abt. 1799 in Monongalia County WV. He married MOLLY POLLY.
Children of ABRAHAM FRANCISCO and MOLLY POLLY are:
i. JOHN4 FRANCISCO, b. Abt. 1774. + CHARLOTTE b: 1775 d: ABT. 1855
ii. ABRAHAM FRANCISCO, b. Abt. 1776. + MARY b: 1775-1794.
iii. ABSALOM FRANCISCO, b. Abt. 1785; d. Abt. 1860.
iv. REBECCA FRANCISCO.
v. HANNAH FRANCISCO, m. HENRY GRIM, Bet. August - September 1820.
vi. SARAH/SALLY FRANCISCO, m. JOHN MACKLIN, November 07, 1824.
vii. ELIZABETH FRANCISCO. + William MCDONNALD
viii. MARY FRANCISCO.


"Babtized at Second River on December 28,1729 Wit: Daniel Sigelaar (Sigler) and Silvester Stegh (Stagg).


Deedbook Records 1784-1810 for Monongalia County, West Virginia - Page 87 - Oct. 18,1799, Abraham and Mary Scisco and Mary Scisco Sr. to William Miller. 100 acres on Buffelow Lick Run, adjoining Matthew Fleming and John Grayham. Patented April 16,1793 to Abraham Scisco Sr. and left by his will to Abraham Jr. Consideration L100. Signed: Mary Scisco Jr., Mary Scisco Sr., ( Abraham does not sign.) Witnesses: Nathan Springer, Stephen Morgan, Abner Harp. Acknowledged by Mary Scisco Jr. and Mary Scisco Sr. before Nathan Springer, JP and Stephen Morgan, JP. Certificate Oct. 18,1799. Acknowledged by Abraham Cisco, Dec. 9,1799. Delivered to William Miller Oct. 19, 1802.


Recorded: OS 2:58-59. - Page 87 - Oct. 18, 1799, Mary Sisco and John and Letty Sisco to Mathew Fleming. 100 acres on the east side of the Monongalia River, about 1.5 miles from the mouth of Tyger Valley River. No adjoiners named. Part of a patent to Abraham Sisco, April 16, 1793. Consideration L200, VA. Signed: John Siscoe, Letice Siscoe, Mary Siscoe. Witnesses: Nathan Springer, Stepphen Morgan, Abner Harp. Acknowledged by Mary and Lettice Sisco before Stephen Morgan, JP and Nathan Springer, JP, certificate Oct. 18, 1799. Ackowledged by John Siscoe, in court, Dec. 9, 1799.


Page 114 - April 11, 1800, John Francisco, Abraham Francisco, William and Elizabeth McDonnald and Sarah Francisco, heirs of Abraham Francisco, deceased, to Robert Grayham. During his lifetime Abraham sold to Robert 100 acres on Prickets Creek, adjoining William Miller, Elisha Broton and Jeremiah Gallihue. Land is now conveyed by his heirs. Consideration $80. Signed: John Francisco, Abraham Francisco, William McDonnald, Elizabeth McDonnald, Mary Francisco. Witnesses: William Haymond, Nathan Springer, Levi Morgan, Morgan Morgan. Acknowledged by Elizabeth McDonnald before William Haymond JP and Nathan Springer JP, April 11, 1800.


A commission is directed to take acknowledgements of Lettice, wife of John Francisco; Molly, wife of Abraham Francisco and of Mary (Sr.) wife of Abraham Francisco (deceased), Hannah, Rebeccah and Sarah Francisco, but no report is recorded. Del: to Mrs. Buckhannon, February 12, 1808. Recorded: OS 2:227-228."


dau 2 Sara SISCO b: ABT. 1752 + Hendrick JACOBUS b: ABT. 1752 d: 1816



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                                             __
                                            |  
                       _John FRANCISCO _____|
                      | (1660 - 1733)       |
                      |                     |__
                      |                        
 _Abraham FRANCISCO __|
| (1694 - ....)       |
|                     |                      __
|                     |                     |  
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |__
|                                              
|
|--Abraham FRANCISCO 
|  (1729 - 1799)
|                                            __
|                                           |  
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |__
|                     |                        
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      __
                      |                     |  
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |__
                                               

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ANDREW GRAY of Broxmouth

____ - 1441

ID Number: I75020

  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • DEATH: 1441
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2844]
Father: PATRICK de GRAY of Broxmouth


Family 1 : Janet MORTIMER
  1. +ANDREW de GRAY 1st Lord Gray of Foulis

                                   __
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                               |     
 _PATRICK de GRAY of Broxmouth_|
| (1350 - ....)                |
|                              |   __
|                              |  |  
|                              |__|
|                                 |
|                                 |__
|                                    
|
|--ANDREW GRAY of Broxmouth
|  (.... - 1441)
|                                  __
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|                               __|
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|                              |  |__
|                              |     
|______________________________|
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John HART

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I20187

  • RESIDENCE: Orange Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S662]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) HART


Family 1 : Jane F. TAYLOR

                             __
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                         |  |__
                         |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) HART _|
|                        |
|                        |   __
|                        |  |  
|                        |__|
|                           |
|                           |__
|                              
|
|--John HART 
|  (1800 - ....)
|                            __
|                           |  
|                         __|
|                        |  |
|                        |  |__
|                        |     
|________________________|
                         |
                         |   __
                         |  |  
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                            |
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Henry S. HIGGINBOTHAM

1854 - ____

ID Number: I48329

  • RESIDENCE: Franklin Co. GA
  • BIRTH: 1854
  • RESOURCES: See: [S538]
Father: Benjamin HIGGINBOTHAM
Mother: Mary Ann TYNER



                                                _Jacob HIGGINBOTHAM Sr._+
                                               | (1751 - 1836) m 1772   
                          _John HIGGINBOTHAM __|
                         | (1778 - ....)       |
                         |                     |_Anne HIGGINBOTHAM _____+
                         |                       (1752 - ....) m 1772   
 _Benjamin HIGGINBOTHAM _|
| (1810 - ....)          |
|                        |                      ________________________
|                        |                     |                        
|                        |_Susannah EAVENSON __|
|                          (1780 - ....)       |
|                                              |________________________
|                                                                       
|
|--Henry S. HIGGINBOTHAM 
|  (1854 - ....)
|                                               ________________________
|                                              |                        
|                         _____________________|
|                        |                     |
|                        |                     |________________________
|                        |                                              
|_Mary Ann TYNER ________|
  (1810 - ....)          |
                         |                      ________________________
                         |                     |                        
                         |_____________________|
                                               |
                                               |________________________
                                                                        

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Edward HOYLE

ABT 1620 - ____

ID Number: I19804

  • RESIDENCE: ENG & Immigrated To Virginia By 1666.
  • BIRTH: ABT 1620
  • RESOURCES: See: [S551]

Family 1 : Ann DEBNAM
  1.  Samuel HOYLE

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ADAM PESHALL

____ - 1346

ID Number: I96308

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: Horsley, Bishops Offley, Staffordshire, England
  • DEATH: 1346, England
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS

Family 1 : JOAN de EYTON
  1. +HAMON de PESHALL

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Pres. Ronald Wilson REAGAN 40th Pres. of USA

____ - ____

ID Number: I98678

  • TITLE: Pres.
  • OCCUPATION: 40th President of the United States
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3581]
Father: John Edward REAGAN
Mother: Nellie Clyde WILSON


Family 1 : "Nancy" ROBBINS First Lady of USA

                                              _____________________
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                       |                     |
                       |                     |_____________________
                       |                                           
 _John Edward REAGAN __|
| (1883 - 1941)        |
|                      |                      _____________________
|                      |                     |                     
|                      |_____________________|
|                                            |
|                                            |_____________________
|                                                                  
|
|--Ronald Wilson REAGAN 40th Pres. of USA
|  
|                                             _John WILSON ________+
|                                            | (1812 - 1879)       
|                       _Thomas WILSON ______|
|                      | (1844 - 1909)       |
|                      |                     |_Jane BLUE __________+
|                      |                       (1820 - ....)       
|_Nellie Clyde WILSON _|
  (1883 - 1962)        |
                       |                      _____________________
                       |                     |                     
                       |_Mary Ann ELSEY _____|
                         (1843 - 1900)       |
                                             |_____________________
                                                                   

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Susan WALKER

ABT 1755 - ____

ID Number: I60929

  • RESIDENCE: Charles City Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1755
  • RESOURCES: See: [S736]

Family 1 : Turner CHRISTIAN Sr.
  1.  Catherine CHRISTIAN
  2.  Robert Walker CHRISTIAN
  3.  Susan Browne CHRISTIAN

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MARGARET WILLOUGHBY

BEF 1548 - ____

ID Number: I35725

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: BEF 1548, Of Wollaton, Nottinghamshire, England
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 95L2-39) [S1286]
Father: HENRY WILLOUGHBY
Mother: ANNE de GREY


Family 1 : MATHEW (Arundel) HOWARD
  1. +THOMAS (Arundel) "the Valiant" HOWARD Arundell of Wardour, Knt.

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                       _______________________________________|
                      |                                       |
                      |                                       |_________________________________________
                      |                                                                                 
 _HENRY WILLOUGHBY ___|
| (1517 - 1548) m 1536|
|                     |                                        _________________________________________
|                     |                                       |                                         
|                     |_______________________________________|
|                                                             |
|                                                             |_________________________________________
|                                                                                                       
|
|--MARGARET WILLOUGHBY 
|  (1548 - ....)
|                                                              _THOMAS de GREY Lord of Groby, K.B. K.G._+
|                                                             | (1452 - 1501) m 1474                    
|                      _THOMAS de GREY 2nd Marquess of Dorset_|
|                     | (1477 - 1530) m 1500                  |
|                     |                                       |_CECILY BONVILLE of Harrington___________+
|                     |                                         (1461 - 1530) m 1474                    
|_ANNE de GREY _______|
  (1520 - ....) m 1536|
                      |                                        _ROBERT WOTTON __________________________
                      |                                       | (1460 - ....)                           
                      |_MARGARET WOTTON ______________________|
                        (1486 - 1535) m 1500                  |
                                                              |_ANNE BELKNAP ___________________________
                                                                (1464 - ....)                           

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