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Rebecca ABNEY

ABT 1740 - ____

ID Number: I79486

  • RESIDENCE: of Henrico and Halifax Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740, Henrico Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3021]
Father: Abraham ABNEY
Mother: Cassandra MEREDITH?


Family 1 : Edward DEAN

Notes


"Rebecca ABNEY was a daughter of Dr. Abraham ABNEY m. Cassandra. Another daughter of Dr. Abraham ABNEY& Cassandra was Cassandra ABNEY who m. her 1st cousin, Dannett ABNEY (son of George ABNEY & Unity)."


2 Rebecca Abney + Edward Dean b: ABT. 1700 d: BET. 2 APR - 18 JUN 1761


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                                                        _GEORGE ABNEY _______+
                                                       | (1613 - 1661) m 1650
                        _Dannett ABNEY "the Immigrant"_|
                       | (1659 - 1733)                 |
                       |                               |_Bathshua____________
                       |                                 (1630 - 1706) m 1650
 _Abraham ABNEY _______|
| (1702 - 1783) m 1738 |
|                      |                                _Joseph LEE _________+
|                      |                               | (1630 - ....)       
|                      |_Mary LEE _____________________|
|                        (1663 - 1732)                 |
|                                                      |_____________________
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|--Rebecca ABNEY 
|  (1740 - ....)
|                                                       _____________________
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|                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) MEREDITH ____|
|                      |                               |
|                      |                               |_____________________
|                      |                                                     
|_Cassandra MEREDITH? _|
  (1720 - ....) m 1738 |
                       |                                _____________________
                       |                               |                     
                       |_______________________________|
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James F. ALVIS

1908 - ____

ID Number: I10278

  • RESIDENCE: Perry Co. IL
  • BIRTH: 1908, IL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S321]
Father: George N. ALVIS
Mother: Effie J.


Family 1 : Charity PATTON
  1.  Wilma Ruth ALVIS

Notes


Marriage license # A2049

                                               _George N. ALVIS C.S.A._+
                                              | (1836 - 1874) m 1857   
                       _Franklin Moses ALVIS _|
                      | (1859 - 1947) m 1880  |
                      |                       |_Sarah E. LIPE _________
                      |                         (1837 - 1917) m 1857   
 _George N. ALVIS ____|
| (1882 - 1947)       |
|                     |                        _Pleasant HELTON Sr.____+
|                     |                       | (1817 - 1873) m 1842   
|                     |_Matilda Ann HELTON ___|
|                       (1859 - 1902) m 1880  |
|                                             |_Elizabeth NEIGHBORS ___
|                                               (.... - 1900) m 1842   
|
|--James F. ALVIS 
|  (1908 - ....)
|                                              ________________________
|                                             |                        
|                      _______________________|
|                     |                       |
|                     |                       |________________________
|                     |                                                
|_Effie J.____________|
  (1880 - ....)       |
                      |                        ________________________
                      |                       |                        
                      |_______________________|
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Gen. Lewis Addison ARMISTEAD C.S.A.

18 Feb 1817 - 5 Jul 1863

ID Number: I66882

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. Pickett's Div. Armistead's Brigade; resigned from US.Army on May 26, 1861 to serve his beloved Virginia.
  • RESIDENCE: New Bern, NC and VA
  • BIRTH: 18 Feb 1817
  • DEATH: 5 Jul 1863, Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania [330811]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2128] [S2858]
Father: Walker Keith ARMISTEAD
Mother: Elizabeth STANLEY


Family 1 : Cecilia Lee LOVE
  1.  Keith Walker ARMISTEAD C.S.A.
Family 2 : Cornelia Lee TALIAFERRO

Notes


son of General Walker Keith Armistead and Elizabeth Stanly (neice of Congressman Edward Stanly) of New Bern, North Carolina.


"The Spangler Farm, where the 11th Corps set up a Field Hospital. It was here on July 3rd, 1863, after being wounded, Brig. General Lewis A. Armistead, C.S.A. was brought. Countless others that had been wounded during the Battle of Gettysburg were also taken here.


The Summer Kitchen on the Spangler Farm. This building was used by the 11th Corps, and it is here where General Armistead died on July 5th, 1863 about 9:00 AM.


This quote is from a letter home, of Private Justus Silliman of H. Company, 17th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, dated 7 July 1863: (spelling and capitalization are original):


"The rebel Gen Armstead who was wounded and a prisoner was taken to this hospital and has since died. he was rather past middle aged. he is from Va. and one of the reb wounded says he was one of the best disciplinarians in their army.""
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Notes and Queries.
Did General L. A. Armistead Fight on the Federal Side at First Manassas ?


"General Abner Doubleday, in his "Chancellorsville and Gettysburg" ( page 195 ), says: "Armistead was shot down by the side of the gun he had taken. It is said he had fought on our side in the first battle of Bull Run, but had been seduced by Southern affiliations to join in the rebellion, and now dying in the effort to extend the area of slavery over the free States, he saw with a clearer vision that he had been engaged in an unholy cause, and said to one of our officers, how leaner over him: 'Tell General Hancock I have wronged him, and have wronged my country.'"
Now, we have only quoted this statement in order to pronounce it without, the shadow of foundation, and to express our surprise that a soldier of General Doubleday's position should thus recklessly reflect on the honor of a brave foeman upon the flimsy "it is said," and the camp rumor of "one of our officer." But the man who could gravely assert that the Confederates were fighting "to extend the area of slavery over the free States," is probably sufficiently blinded by his prejudices to believe anything to the detriment of "Rebels."


But as cumulative evidence of the utter falsity of the slander to which General Doubleday still adheres, we give the following statement of the Rev. Theodore Gerrish, (now pastor of the First Methodist Church, Bangor, Maine, but during the war a gallant soldier in the Twentieth Maine Regiment,) author of "Reminiscences of the War."


In a letter to the Secretary, dated March 1st, 1883, Mr. Gerrish says:
"One of my church members, a very reliable gentleman, whose address is W. H. Moore, Cumberland street, Bangor, was formerly a member of the Ninety-Seventh New York Regiment, which, at Gettysburg, was in Robinson's Division of the First Corps. He was wounded on the third day and taken to a hospital in the rear. General Armistead was brought to the same hospital and placed beside him. Brother Moore had never read the discussion of General Doubleday's statements about General Armistead at Gettysburg, but when I learned that he saw General A., I asked him what opinion he formed of the General from what words he heard him utter. He replied that the General's character: I. An intense, all-consuming desire for the Confederates to win the battle. 2. To die like a soldier. Brother Moore scouts the idea of General Armistead's making use of any such language as General Doubleday attributes to him. I have given you the substance of his statement, and you can put it into any form or make any use of it you may see fit."


With thanks to Mr. Gerrish and Mr. Moore for their generous defence of the memory of a gallant Confederate, we add the above to the letters of Colonel R. W. Martin, General Hancock, and General Bingham, and respectfully submit that this testimony refutes, beyond all cavil, the reckless slander which General Doubleday based on "camp rumor," and to which he clings with a persistence which savors more of the blindness of the partisan than the calmness of the true historian.


Volume X, Richmond, VA, June 1882
No. 7 July


Did General L. A. Armistead fight on the Federal side at first Manassas ?


In our last issue we pronounced General Doubbleday's statement in reference to this gallant soldier "without the shadow of foundation," and we are collecting the most conclusive proofs, which we will hereafter submit. Meantime we refer the reader to Colonel Preston Johnston's "Life of Albert Sidney Johnston" ( pp. 279, 280, 282, and 291 ), where it is show that Armistead was in California when the war broke out - that he promptly resigned his commission as Major in the United States army - that he joined General Albert Sidney Johnston and his party in their perilous overland journey to Texas - that he bore his full share of the hardships and dangers which those noble patriots encountered in order to reach the Confederacy and tender their swords to the land that gave them birth - and that having left Los Angeles on the 16th of June, 1861, and arrived at Mesilla on the 28th of July, it was as much a physical impossibility that Armistead could have been at Manassas on the 21st of July, as it was a moral impossibility that a man of his sentiments and his high sense of honor, could have drawn his sword against his native Virginia.


Volume X. Richmond Virginia, August - September 1882
Nos 8 and 9 August and September


Did General Armistead Fight on the Federal Side at First Manassas or Confess when Dying at Gettysburg that He had been Engaged in an "Unholy Cause ?"


We have, in previous "Notes and Queries," answered in the negative both of these questions; but we now submit the following conclusive statement of the whole case.


General Abner Doubleday in his book on "Chancellorsville and Gettysburg" ( page 195 ), makes the following remarkable statement in describing the charge of Pickett's Division. * * * "Armistead was shot down by the side of the gun he had taken. It is said he had fought on our side in the first battle at Bull Run, but had been seduced by Southern affiliations for join in the rebellion, and now dying in the effort to extend the areal of slavery over the free States, he saw with a clearer vision that he had been engaged in an unholy cause, and said to one of our officers who leaned over him: "Tell Hancock I have wronged him and have wronged my country."


The friends of General Armistead are indignant at this statement which they pronounce a slander "out of the whole cloth," and are anxious that its refutation should have the widest circulation.


We, therefore, submit the following vindication of as gallant a gentleman as every served his country in the old army - as conscientious a patriot as ever followed his convictions of duty into the Confederate army:


1. In reference to the charge that he fought on the "Union" side at First Manassas ( Bull Run ), it is easy to show that it was a physical impossibility for him to have been present at that battle on either side.


General L. A. Armistead was the son of General Walker K. Armistead, of the old army, was himself a "West-Pointer," entered the Mexican war as First Lieutenant, was breveted Captain for "gallant and meritorious conduct" at Contreras, and Churubusco, and Major for his conduct at Molino del Rey. In March, 1855, he was commissioned Captain in the Sixth Infantry, and at the breaking out of the war he had been made Major and was serving on the Pacific coast. When Albert Sidney Johnston resigned his commission in the United States army, and, after being relieved by General Sumner, begun his weary and perilous journey across the plains. Major Armistead accompanied him.


General Johnston wrote as follows to his wife from Vallecito:


VALLECITO, 130 MILES TO YUMA }
SUNDAY, June 30, 1861. }


....... I received your letter of June 25th, by Major Armistead who arrived here this morning. Our party is now as large as need be desired for safety or convenience in traveling. They are good men and well armed. Late of the army we have Major Armistead, Lieutenants Hardcastle, Brewer, Riley, Shaaf, Mallory, and Wickliffe."....


In a description of the journey Captain Gift, who was of the party, says:..... "We had now crossed one hundred miles of desert and near the Colorado and Fort YUMA. It was necessary to approach the place with caution, as a trap might be set for us. A scout was sent forward, and at noon, it being July the 4th, we heard the national salute. The scout returned and reported all of the officers of the garrison sick, and that we could cross the river without fear. In the afternoon we camped in sight of the post, at the village on the west bank of the river. We stationed sentinels, and preserved our military appearance. Major Armistead was the first sentinel on post, and was approached by a soldier from the garrison, who was one of the Major's old regiment, and who desired a parley. He had come with a proposition from some of the soldiers to desert over to us, and then to seized the place and plunder it. But for the General's coolness on that occasion, we would in all likelihood have left Fort YUMA behind as a heap of smoking ruins."


Colonel Wm. Preston Johnson in his "Life of General Albert Sidney Johnston" ( from which the above extracts are taken ), goes on to narrate other interesting details of this journey, and ( on page 291 ) gives an "Intinerary" which shows every stage of the route from June 16th, 1861, when the party left Los Angels, to July 28th when they arrived at Mesilla.


If further confirmation were needed we might give other proofs, but will only submit the following letter:


SAFE DEPOSIT CO., OF ST. LOUIS, 513 LOCUST STREET, ST. LOUIS, }
July 20th, 1882. }


Rev. J. Wm. Jones, Secretary of S. H. Society:
Dear Sir, - In your issue of July, I find this in your Notes and Queries: "Did General Armistead fight on the Federal side at First Manassas?" General A. Sidney Johnston, Captain ( or Major ) Armistead with other officers of the army who had resigned in California, arrived at Mesilla on the 27th of July, 1861, and were my quests for a week, during which time they assisted us in the capture of a large amount of stores and material, also forcing the evacuation of the posts west of the Rio Grands.


Yours respectfully,
G. A. HAYWOOD,
Secretary Safe Deposit Company.


Thus it is in proof that General Armistead was in California when his State seceded, and the war broke out - that as soon as he heard of it he resigned - that he was with General A. S. Johnston in his famous journey across the plains, and that he arrived at Mesilla a week after the first battle of Manassas ( or Bull Run ), was fought on the 21st of July, 1861, and that it was, therefore, as much a physical impossibility that Armistead could have been present at the battle, as it was a moral impossibility that he could, with his convictions, have drawn his sword against his native State, his kindred, his own people.



General Doubleday's repetition of this rumor is as unworthy of the candor of a brave soldier, as it is incompatible with the pains-taking of the accurate historian.


2. The other count in the indictment, viz: that General Armistead, when dying, "saw with a clearer vision, that he had been engaged in an unholy cause, and said to one of our officers, who leaned over him, 'tell Hancock I have wronged him, and have wronged my country,'" is rather more difficult to meet with positive proof, but we have been able to secure evidence amounting to a moral certainly that this also is utterly untrue.



Major Armistead made his choice calmly, deliberately, and with all of the facts before him. With all of his devotion to the Union, love for "the old flag," and attachment to his brother officers, he had decided that he could neither fight against the South, nor remain neutral in the great struggle; and he made his perilous journey, reached Richmond, tendered his sword to the Confederacy, and was made Colonel of the 57th Virginia Regiment, and in April, 1862, Brigadier-General.


In all of these positions he served faithfully, and gallantly - none of his comrades ever heard the slightest intimation that he doubted the justice of the cause for which he fought, and it would take proof of the very strongest character to convince those who knew him that he confessed when dying, that he had been battling for an "unholy cause."


His intimate friend, Colonel R. H. Dulaney, of Loundoun county, Virginia, writes: "Of course, we cannot tell what Lewis said to the Federal officer when captured. He might have regretted the necessity of the war, but he would have denied every principle he had held during his life if what General Doubleday says were true."


His friend, General Wm. H. Payne, of Warrenton, Virginia, and his old staff officer, Major Peyton Randolph, are equally emphatic in denying the moral possibility of Armistead's using any such language, when himself.
We have a letter from Colonel R. W. Martin, of Pittsylvania county, who was wounded at General Armistead's side, who had frequent conversation with Federal officers who ministered to Armistead in his last moments, and who not only heard nothing of this recantation, but indignantly denies its possibility, saying; "General Armistead was no hypocrite, he could not have felt that he was sinning against his country, and have been the brave and gallant defender of the cause that he was - for no life lost during the struggle was more freely and willingly sacrificed for principle than was his."


Charles H. Barnes, in his "History of the Philadelphia Brigade," ( pp. 190-192,) gives an appreciative notice of General Armistead's gallantry, and death, but puts no such words into his mouth, nor do any of the other numerous writers on Gettysburg, so far as we have seen.


But in addition to this negative testimony, we submit the following correspondence, which explains itself, and settles the question beyond peradventure:


LETTER TO GENERAL HANCOCK.


OFFICE SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, July 10, 1882.


General W. S. Hancock:
Dear Sir, - I send you by this mail the June number of Southern Historical Society Papers, and beg leave to call your attention to the first item of Notes and Queries, ( page 284,) in reference to General L. A. Armistead. Of the first statement - that General Armistead fought on the Federal side at first Manassas - we have the most positive refutation.


In reference to the alleged message to you, I beg to ask if you ever received such a message, and if so, had you any reason to doubt General Armistead's being himself at the time ? To be frank, General Armistead's relatives and friends are very indignant at this statement, and look upon it as leaving a stain upon the memory of that gallant soldier, which they are anxious to wipe out, and they are fully satisfied that either there is some mistake about the terms of the message, or else that he was delirious when he sent it.


In confirmation of this view we have always understood that you saw General Armistead personally just after he was wounded, and the kindness with which you received and treated him, has always been a fragrant memory of those terrible days, when brother fought brother - each from honest conviction that he was maintaining the right. Now if it was true that you had a personal interview, it does not appear why General Armistead should have sent you such a message. Was there anything in your intercourse during that interview, ( may I ask ?) which gave color to this alleged message ?


I am sure you will pardon the liberty I taken in addressing you this letter, which is prompted by a desire to vindicate General Armistead, and a conviction that the gallant soldier whom I address will be only too ready to do justice to the memory of his old friend.


Waiving the question of who was right, and who was wrong in that great struggle, all who knew General Armistead must feel that he followed the fortunes of the State that gave him birth, from conscientious convictions of duty, and those who knew him well, be slow to believe that after leading his men to the heights of Gettysburg, with unsurpassed heroism, he whimpered and repented of his course after he received his fatal wound-unless indeed he was delirious from the effects of that wound.


Begging an early reply to this letter, I am, with high respect, and with best wishes for your health and happiness,
Very truly, your obedient servant,


J. WM. JONES,
Secretary Southern Historical Society.


To this letter there was the following reply:


LETTER FROM GENERAL HANCOCK,


GOVERNOR'S ISLAND, NEW YORK,
July 15th, 1882.


Rev. J. Wm. Jones, No. 7, Library Floor
State Capitol, Richmond,. Virginia:
Dear Sir, - Your favor of the 10th instant was duly received. I have enclosed your letter referring to General Armistead on the field of Gettysburg, to General H. H. Bingham, M. C., from Philadelphia. He was the officer to whom the message was delivered, and is the best witness in the case.


I have no doubt that he will answer your inquiry fully. I am,
Yours very truly,
WINGFIELD S. HANCOCK.


On July the 20th, General Hancock sent us the following:


LETTER FROM GENERAL BINGHAM.


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
WASHINGTON, D. C. July 19th, 1882.


My Dear General:
Your favor of July 14th, covering enclosures from Southern Historical Society Papers, duly received and contents noted.


Of course, I cannot now recall all the details in the matter of General Armistead's condition and words at the time of his capture, July 3, 1863; but my report, made to you immediately following the battle, is correct in every particular. Armistead, after I informed him the I was an officer upon your staff, and would deliver any personal effects that he might desire forwarded to his family, made use of the words, as I now recall them, "Say to General Hancock for me, that I have done him, and you all, a grievous ( or serious ) injury, which I shall always regret."


His condition at the time, was that of a man seriously wounded, completely exhausted, and seemingly broken-spirited. I had him carried immediately to the hospital. The physician in charge, or who attended his wounds, could more specifically give testimony as to his mental condition.


I return to you the letter of J. Wm. Jones, Secretary of the Southern Historical Society.


Very truly yours,
HENRY H. BINGHAM.


Major - General W. S. HANCOCK,
New York City, N. Y.


It will be seen from the above, ( which we doubt not is an entirely accurate statement of General Bingham's recollection of what occurred, except that he does not enter into the details of his kindness to General Armistead, which we will ever cherish in grateful remembrance,) that the message actually sent by the dying hero, was a very different one from that which General Doubleday gives.


Mortally wounded, "completely exhausted," [ he had arisen from a sick bed, against the remonstrances of surgeons and friends, to go into that charge,] and no doubt "broken-spirited," when he saw his gallant band hurled back by overwhelming odds from the position they had so heroically won-General Armistead received unexpected kindness from his old comrade and intimate friend, General Hancock, from whom he had been estranged by the events of the war, was deeply touched by it, and very naturally sent the message: "Say to General Hancock for me, that I have done him, and you all grievous injury, which I shall always regret." i. e., I have wronged you by cherishing bitter, vindictive, feelings towards old friends, who, in this hour of my extreme need, meet me with this great kindness. The message contains not one word of regret for the service he had rendered the Confederacy-not one intimation that he now "saw with clearer vision" that he had "wronged his country," or had been engaged in an "unholy cause" - and in thus changing the words, and forcing their meaning, General Doubleday proves that he lacks the calmness of the historian, and shows the same bitter spirit of the partizan as when he recklessly affirms that we poor Confederates were fighting "to extend the area of slavery over the free States."


The Confederate charge upon the heights of Gettysburg is a grand episode in history of which every true American should be proud. There was no more conspicuous figure in that grant battle picture than brave old Armistead who led his men with characteristic heroism, and fell on the crest of the battle wave, bequeathing to his people a name above reproach.


We enter our burning protest against having that fair name and fame tarnished by the flippant, reckless, pen of General Doubleday, whose book will be of little value to the future historian if this is a fair specimen of his historic accuracy."
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The Summer Kitchen on the Spangler Farm.


                                                       _William ARMISTEAD of "Hesse"_+
                                                      | (1715 - 1775) m 1740         
                           _John ARMISTEAD of "Hesse"_|
                          | (1740 - ....) m 1764      |
                          |                           |_Mary BOWLES _________________+
                          |                             (1725 - ....) m 1740         
 _Walker Keith ARMISTEAD _|
| (1783 - 1845) m 1814    |
|                         |                            _John BAYLOR _________________+
|                         |                           | (1705 - 1772) m 1743         
|                         |_Lucinda "Lucy" BAYLOR ____|
|                           (1745 - ....) m 1764      |
|                                                     |_Mary or Frances WALKER ______+
|                                                       (1724 - 1783) m 1743         
|
|--Lewis Addison ARMISTEAD C.S.A.
|  (1817 - 1863)
|                                                      ______________________________
|                                                     |                              
|                          ___________________________|
|                         |                           |
|                         |                           |______________________________
|                         |                                                          
|_Elizabeth STANLEY ______|
  (.... - 1861) m 1814    |
                          |                            ______________________________
                          |                           |                              
                          |___________________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |______________________________
                                                                                     

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RAYMOND II "The Elder" Berengar BORRELL Count of Barcelona

1023 - 26 May 1076

ID Number: I33053

  • OCCUPATION: Acceded 1035
  • RESIDENCE: Barcelona, Spain
  • BIRTH: 1023, Barcelona, Aragon
  • DEATH: 26 May 1076, Barcelona, Aragon
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS 9B68-7W [S790] [S2016]
Father: RAYMOND I "The Crooked" Berengar BORRELL Count of Barcelona
Mother: SANCHEZ SANCHA de CASTILE of Gascony


Family 1 : ALMODIS de la Haute MARCHE
  1.  RAYMOND Berengar II Towhead, de BORRELL Count of Barcelona

Notes


Aka: Raimund "el Viejo" Count of Barcelona



                                                                                                             _BORRELL II Count of Barcelona______+
                                                                                                            | (0946 - 0992) m 0968               
                                                               _RAIMUND Borrel I BORRELL Count of Barcelona_|
                                                              | (0972 - 1018) m 0992                        |
                                                              |                                             |_LUITGARDE de TOULOUSE _____________+
                                                              |                                               (0952 - 0977) m 0968               
 _RAYMOND I "The Crooked" Berengar BORRELL Count of Barcelona_|
| (1005 - 1035) m 1021                                        |
|                                                             |                                              _ROGER I CARCASSONNE of Carcassonne_
|                                                             |                                             | (0935 - 1012)                      
|                                                             |_ERMENSINDE de CARCASSONNE __________________|
|                                                               (0975 - 1058) m 0992                        |
|                                                                                                           |_ADELAIDE de PONS __________________
|                                                                                                             (0942 - 1011)                      
|
|--RAYMOND II "The Elder" Berengar BORRELL Count of Barcelona
|  (1023 - 1076)
|                                                                                                            _GARCIA I, Cde de CASTILE __________
|                                                                                                           |                                    
|                                                              _SANCHO de Castile, Cde de CASTILE __________|
|                                                             | (0965 - 1017) m 0994                        |
|                                                             |                                             |_AVA de RIBORGAZA of Castile________
|                                                             |                                                                                  
|_SANCHEZ SANCHA de CASTILE of Gascony________________________|
  (1006 - 1026) m 1021                                        |
                                                              |                                              _SALVADOR PEREZ, Cde de CASTILE ____+
                                                              |                                             | (0964 - ....)                      
                                                              |_URRACA Salvadorez de CASTILE of Castile_____|
                                                                (0980 - 1025) m 0994                        |
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George M. FLOURNOY C.S.A.

30 Nov 1832 - 18 Sep 1889

ID Number: I100302

  • OCCUPATION: CSA attorney general for the state of Texas in 1860; organized the Sixteenth Texas Inf Reg.of Walker's Texas Division.
  • RESIDENCE: Louisville, GA and 1854 Austin, TX and 1865 Mexico and 1876 SF, CA
  • BIRTH: 30 Nov 1832, Louisville, Georgia
  • DEATH: 18 Sep 1889, San Francisco, California
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes
Father: Marcus A. FLOURNOY
Mother: Margaret SHELMAN


Family 1 : Virginia L. HOLMAN

Notes


FLOURNOY, GEORGE M. (1832-1889). George M. Flournoy, state official and Confederate officer, was born in Louisville, Georgia, on November 30, 1832, the son of Marcus A. and Margaret (Shelman) Flournoy. He attended the University of Georgia and graduated from law school at Tuskegee, Alabama, in 1853.


He and his bride, Eugenia (Haralson), moved to Austin, Texas, the following year, and Flournoy opened a law practice there. After Eugenia died, Flournoy married Virginia L. Holman in 1858. He was attorney general for the state of Texas in 1860 and a delegate to the 1860 Democratic nominating convention in Galveston. At a mass meeting in Austin on September 22, 1860, he asked the audience, "What will you do if Lincoln is elected? That, I know, is what you want to hear about. I say, secede from the Union." With Oran M. Roberts, Guy M. Bryan, W. S. Oldham, and John Marshall, Flournoy helped call a Secession Convention at Austin on December 3. He sat as a delegate to the convention from January 28 through February 4, 1861, and served as a coauthor of the declaration of causes for secession. He resigned the following year to organize the Sixteenth Texas Infantry regiment of Walker's Texas Division. He served as the colonel of the regiment throughout the war. After the fall of the Confederate government he fled to Mexico, where he served for a while with Maximilian's forces. After his return to Texas, Flournoy practiced law at Galveston for a few years. He was a member of the Constitutional Convention of 1875 and moved to California the following year. He died in San Francisco on September 18, 1889.


Source: The New Texas Handbook


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 _Marcus A. FLOURNOY _|
| (1800 - ....)       |
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|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--George M. FLOURNOY C.S.A.
|  (1832 - 1889)
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|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Margaret SHELMAN ___|
  (1800 - ....)       |
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Nathaniel HARRISON

1807 - ____

ID Number: I25816

  • RESIDENCE: Abbeville Dist. SC and Wayne Co.TN
  • BIRTH: 1807, Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S978]
Father: Daniel Reese HARRISON
Mother: Margaret Susannah RUCKER


Family 1 :
  1.  Daniel Reese HARRISON

Notes


Martha (Wife) Marriage: BEF. 1830
Children:
Archibald Harrison b. 9 Sep 1831
Daniel Reece Harrison b. 9 Jan 1833
Nathaniel Harrison Jr. b. 1835
James Harrison b. 1836


Sarah (Wife) Marriage: BEF. 1843 (Sallie Roeves?)
Children:
Rebecca J. Harrison b. 1843 in Tennesse
Thomas Daniel Harrison b. 1846 in Tennesse


                                                   _____________________
                                                  |                     
                             _____________________|
                            |                     |
                            |                     |_____________________
                            |                                           
 _Daniel Reese HARRISON ____|
| (1774 - 1850)             |
|                           |                      _____________________
|                           |                     |                     
|                           |_____________________|
|                                                 |
|                                                 |_____________________
|                                                                       
|
|--Nathaniel HARRISON 
|  (1807 - ....)
|                                                  _Thomas RUCKER ______+
|                                                 | (1683 - 1763) m 1710
|                            _George RUCKER Sr.___|
|                           | (1729 - 1815) m 1780|
|                           |                     |_Elizabeth REYNOLDS _+
|                           |                       (1690 - 1788) m 1710
|_Margaret Susannah RUCKER _|
  (1785 - ....)             |
                            |                      _Michael EHART ______
                            |                     | (1740 - 1794)       
                            |_Catherine EHART ____|
                              (1760 - 1835) m 1780|
                                                  |_Katherine___________
                                                    (1740 - ....)       

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William Lewis HYBART

ABT 1895 - ____

ID Number: I64512

  • RESIDENCE: Monroe Co. AL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1895
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2348]
Father: Samuel Cummings HYBART
Mother: Mary Atlanta SADLER



                                                         _Henry Hugh HYBART _____
                                                        | (1790 - ....)          
                           _William Lewis HYBART C.S.A._|
                          | (1823 - 1892) m 1856        |
                          |                             |_Charity BETHEA ________+
                          |                               (1792 - 1859)          
 _Samuel Cummings HYBART _|
| (1861 - 1939) m 1892    |
|                         |                              _Thomas A. MCCANTS _____+
|                         |                             | (1808 - 1875) m 1833   
|                         |_Mellison Amrintha MCCANTS __|
|                           (1834 - 1870) m 1856        |
|                                                       |_Margaret Jane BURGESS _+
|                                                         (1812 - 1845) m 1833   
|
|--William Lewis HYBART 
|  (1895 - ....)
|                                                        ________________________
|                                                       |                        
|                          _____________________________|
|                         |                             |
|                         |                             |________________________
|                         |                                                      
|_Mary Atlanta SADLER ____|
  (1857 - 1906) m 1892    |
                          |                              ________________________
                          |                             |                        
                          |_____________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |________________________
                                                                                 

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SIBYL MARSHALL

1204 - 27 Apr 1245

ID Number: I29137

  • RESIDENCE: Wales and England
  • BIRTH: 1204, of Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
  • DEATH: 27 Apr 1245
  • RESOURCES: See: [S810] [S1123] [S1994] [S3766]
Father: WILLIAM "The Protector" MARSHALL 3rd Earl of Pembroke
Mother: ISABEL de CLARE of Pembroke


Family 1 : WILLIAM de FERRERS 5th Earl of Derby
  1. +MAUD de FERRERS
  2. +ISABEL de FERRERS

Notes


Sybil married Ingeram Pratellis. Sybil also married Sir Gilbert Basset. (Sir Gilbert Basset died Before May 1219.)



                                                                                                                ________________________________________________________
                                                                                                               |                                                        
                                                         _JOHN FitzGilbert "The Marshall" MARSHALL of Pembroke_|
                                                        | (1105 - 1165)                                        |
                                                        |                                                      |________________________________________________________
                                                        |                                                                                                               
 _WILLIAM "The Protector" MARSHALL 3rd Earl of Pembroke_|
| (1144 - 1219) m 1189                                  |
|                                                       |                                                       _WALTER FitzEdward d' Evereux de SALISBURY of Salisbury_+
|                                                       |                                                      | (1100 - 1147)                                          
|                                                       |_SYBIL de SALISBURY __________________________________|
|                                                         (1127 - ....)                                        |
|                                                                                                              |_SYBIL de CHAWORTH _____________________________________+
|                                                                                                                (1097 - 1147)                                          
|
|--SIBYL MARSHALL 
|  (1204 - 1245)
|                                                                                                               _GILBERT de CLARE 1st Earl of Pembroke__________________+
|                                                                                                              | (1100 - 1147)                                          
|                                                        _RICHARD fitzGilbert "Strongbow" de CLARE of Leinster_|
|                                                       | (1130 - 1176) m 1171                                 |
|                                                       |                                                      |_ISABEL de BEAUMONT of Leicester________________________+
|                                                       |                                                        (1100 - ....)                                          
|_ISABEL de CLARE of Pembroke___________________________|
  (1174 - 1220) m 1189                                  |
                                                        |                                                       _DERMOT macDonnchada MACMURRAGH of Leinster_____________+
                                                        |                                                      | (1110 - 1171)                                          
                                                        |_AIFE (Eva) MACMURRAGH of Leinster____________________|
                                                          (1143 - 1186) m 1171                                 |
                                                                                                               |_Mor Ingen Muirchertaig O'TOOLE of Leinster_____________+
                                                                                                                 (1114 - 1164)                                          

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Mary Elizabeth "Betty" MCCULLOUGH

ABT 1718 - ABT 1751

ID Number: I81032

  • RESIDENCE: Berkeley Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1718, Hamilton, Prince William Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 1751 [408310]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3061]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) McCULLOCH MCCULLOUGH


Family 1 : Thomas ASHBY Jr.
  1. +Jesse ASHBY

[408310]
Alt: 1783


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                                         |  |
                                         |  |__
                                         |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) McCULLOCH MCCULLOUGH _|
|                                        |
|                                        |   __
|                                        |  |  
|                                        |__|
|                                           |
|                                           |__
|                                              
|
|--Mary Elizabeth "Betty" MCCULLOUGH 
|  (1718 - 1751)
|                                            __
|                                           |  
|                                         __|
|                                        |  |
|                                        |  |__
|                                        |     
|________________________________________|
                                         |
                                         |   __
                                         |  |  
                                         |__|
                                            |
                                            |__
                                               

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Margaret WINANS

Apr 1693 - 7 Sep 1745

ID Number: I77116

  • RESIDENCE: Essex Co. NJ abt 1740 VA
  • BIRTH: Apr 1693, Borough Of Elizabeth, Essex Co. New Jersey
  • DEATH: 7 Sep 1745, Borough Of Elizabeth, Essex Co. New Jersey
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2937]

Family 1 : Abraham HATFIELD Jr.
  1. +Joseph HATFIELD

Notes


Will: 4 JUL 1745. Father: Jan WINANS Mother: Ann ROBERTSON


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