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King THEODORIC of Bernicia

____ - ____

ID Number: I103704

  • TITLE: King
  • RESIDENCE: Bernicia, Briton
  • DEATH: Murdered at the instance of Morcant
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3753]
Father: IDA Eoppasson of the Angles of Bernicia


Notes


Theodoric, son of Ida, reigned seven years. Theodoric fought bravely, together with his sons, against that Urien. But at that time sometimes the enemy and sometimes our countrymen were defeated, and he shut them up three days and three nights in the island of Metcaut; and whilst he was on an expedition he was murdered, at the instance of Morcant, out of envy, because he possessed so much superiority over all the kings in military science. [S3753]

                                                                         _ESA (Esee) of the Angles of Bernicia_+
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                                           _EOPPA Esasson of the Angles_|
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 _IDA Eoppasson of the Angles of Bernicia_|
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|--THEODORIC of Bernicia
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Lena M. CLARK

7 Apr 1878 - 3 May 1907

ID Number: I40371

  • RESIDENCE: Elmira, Chemung Co. NY
  • BIRTH: 7 Apr 1878, Elmira, Chemung County, New York
  • DEATH: 3 May 1907, Elmira, Chemung County, New York
  • BURIAL: 6 May 1907, Woodlawn Cem, Elmira, Chemung County, New York
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S1472] [S2574]

Family 1 : Harry Miller SWARTZ
  1.  Norval C. SWARTZ
  2.  Charles Merle SWARTZ

Notes


(AFN: 1N9J-TQD) Father: William CLARK (AFN: 1N9J-TN0) Mother: Louise COULSON (AFN: 1N9J-TP6)

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William FLOYD

ABT 1721 - 1789

ID Number: I45738

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1721, Accomac Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1789, Amherst Co. Virginia or Jefferson Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S533] [S813] [S1236] [S2310] [S3325]
Father: John FLOYD
Mother: Michal HARRIS


Family 1 : Abadiah DAVIS
  1.  Sarah (Sallie) FLOYD
  2.  Elizabeth FLOYD
  3. +John FLOYD
  4.  Jemima FLOYD
  5.  Isham FLOYD
  6.  Robert Clark FLOYD
  7.  Abadiah FLOYD
  8.  Charles FLOYD
  9.  Nancy FLOYD
  10.  Abigail FLOYD
  11.  Daughter FLOYD
  12.  Nathaniel FLOYD

Notes


From Southern Branches by Pat M Stevens IV on Gencircles.com


"We have no proof that this William Floyd is the son of John, but as these notes relate, I have come to believe so.


Anna Cartlidge speculates that this William is the son of John as I have shown. But I have previously left the line broken here because there is no proof. However, in March, 2003, I have come to believe these "two" Williams are the same William and will henceforth record them as such. There is considerable, but vague, evidence. Certainly, the two John Floyds who appeared together at the Jackson Inaugural were thought to be cousins. Anna Cartlidge by the 1960s thought William, the father of Col. John Floyd, was a son of John of Accomac...


For the connection to the other Floyds of Amherst, assuming this William is the other (now one), born 1721, died 1789. I used the death date to keep the two separated in this data so the program will not "merge" them, but have now made them the same. I show them (him) born in 1721. I have come to believe: John, born 1657, John, 1680, and William, 1721.


The origin of the Floyds in 18th century Virginia is attributed to any of several early Floyd settlers. The notes I have scattered through this Floyd collection suggest a very early origin, as early as 1623, but more likely 1637. William was probably descended from 17th century Floyd settlers, possibly among them Richard Floyd who traveled in 1654, Walter Floyd in 1632, or Nathaniel Floyd in 1637, and others of later date, probably related to these.


The only cite I have found directly to a Floyd family member-- other than NJ's work and Governor Floyd's wife Letitia Preston-- is Collins' History of Kentucky, which quotes Letitia Preston Floyd, born 1814, and who was Mrs. Lewis. See those notes under her name.


And in Nov., 2002, Frances Noury Johnson, a great great grandaughter of Dr. George Frederick Holmes, kindly sent me a copy of his letter to Alexander Brown concerning the Floyds. His wife Lavalette was a daughter of the first governor, John Floyd of Virginia. This letter is owned by the library of the University of North Carolina Manuscript Department, and they note may be protected under copyright. He wrote from the University of Virginia on 17 May 1886:


QUOTE


Alexander Brown, Esq.
Nelson Co., Va.


Dear Sir,


The interesting items of Davis genealogy have been communicated to Mrs. Holmes, and I send for her such items of interest as she possesses. They are slight, and disconnected, but are of such a character to explain and work in with the information which you may possess, or may obtain.


The Indian blood has always been recognized in the Floyd family, and was very manifest in her brother, Dr. William Floyd, and in her father, the first Governor Floyd. It was equally apparent in complexion, hair, and frame. John Floyd, the father of the first Governor Floyd, went to Kentucky. He was the son of William Floyd and Abigail Davis. Through Abby Davis the Indian blood came.


She was the daughter of Robert Davis, Sr. of Amherst, who was the son of an Indian squaw. The unbroken tradition is that this squaw, the mother of the said Robert Davis, was descended from Opecancanough, not a Catawba, but a Powhatan Indian. Her husband was reported to have been an Indian trader settled in Amherst County.


In riding up, from Jordan's farm on James River, through the rolling foothills, the thick pines and the thin lands, along the base of the Blue Ridge, I was shown the neighbourhood where the tradition of a Floyd settlement still lingered.


It was always recognized that the Floyds and the Venables were related, but the relationship was never understood, till explained to me by the late Abraham Venable of North Carolina, who moved to that State from Virginia, after the adoption of the Va. Constitution of 1881. He told me, that he often heard in his boyhood of Aunt Abby Floyd. His father, possibly his grandfather having married her sister, whose name was, I think, Martha.


From this same Davis origin are descended the Powells and Robertsons of Amherst and the Maryes of Fredericksburg, as well as the Browns.


Robert Davis Jr. who migrated to Kentucky with the first settlers, was accompanied by a brother. Both were killed by the Indians, in the Bear Grass settlement where the kinsman had a fort.


Presdt. Jefferson Davis, who married Genl. Taylor's daughter, at the home of my wife's Aunt in Louisville, was supposed at the time to be an offshoot from the "black Davises" of Kentucky, my wife's people and yours.
We are unable to give any information in regard to either of the wives of Robert Davis Sr. about whom you inquire.


Now, can you tell me, in what part or parts of Florida, John and Absalom Davis's descendants are to be found.


I have a son living in Marion County.


I should be glad to hear any further discoveries you may make, as I am interested in these inquiries.


Yours Resp.


Geo. Fred. Holmes
END QUOTE


Some of the earlier-- that is before William-- Floyds are shown in these notes elsewhere, but I have detached this William, John Floyd's father, from them. For a time I carried William as the son of Samuel, but dates and other information from Marguerite Evans Mathews lead me to believe that may not the case. See Samuel Floyd, born 1718, for more on all this. However, I do think it likely that William descends in some fashion from John Floyd, born perhaps in Accomac County, 1657. As Anna Cartlidge said in her 1966 work, while there is little chance that William of Amherst and Samuel were brothers, they are beyond a doubt descended from a common ancestor. She notes Brice Claggett's (a Floyd descendant of the Ga. Floyds) assertion that Gov. John Floyd and Gen. John Floyd looked so much alike they were mistaken for each other. As is mentioned elsewhere, they were guests at the White House Inaugural festivities of Andrew Jackson, and probably other functions.


Perhaps one of the best cogitations about William's heritage is contained in William B. Marye's letters to Richard Hill of the Filson Club, August 10-25th, 1962, and here kindly summarized by the marvellous researcher Alexandra Luken of Louisville, Ky, who is quoted and cited dozens of times in these notes for her work on this and related families:


LETTERS AND NOTES FROM ALEX LUKEN BEGIN


William Marye's great-grandmother Marye was Anna Maria Burton, of Albemarle Co. VA who married in 1816, John Lawrence Marye of Brompton (Marye's Heights) near Fredericksburg VA. Her mother was Elizabeth Powell, the daughter of Wiatt Powell of Amherst Co. VA by his wife Sally Floyd, daughter of William Floyd and Abadiah Davis. ( .... he mentions that NJ made serious errors in family data, and was irked that he referred to Wiatt Powell as "Wyatt Powell" and being from Northampton Co., when in fact several generations came from Caroline Co. I am left with the impression that he regards NJ's book as a collection of family stories). (Editor: This is NJ Floyd's 1912 work, frequently cited, but frequently wrong.)


William Floyd appears in Albemarle co. in 1745/6 when he received a bounty for a wolf's head, and he bought and sold land there in 1750-1. Late in life he removed to what is now Kentucky and was one of the earliest settlers of Jefferson County, where on the Floyd's Fork of the Salt River he was living with his sons Robert and Charles as late as 1789.


William Floyd in naming his children seems to have been scrupulous in bestowing on them a due proportion of Christian names taken from his wife's family and I believe he did the same for his own family. He called a daughter Abadiah after his wife, a son Robert after his wife's father, another son Nathaniel after his wife's grandfather Davis, and another son Isham who is his wife's uncle. His eldest son was Col. John Floyd and his second son was named Charles which suggests the theory that his father was a John Floyd and his grandfather a Charles Floyd. (Editor: this is not the order I have; indeed John is older than Charles, but Isham is older than John.... nor do I think the elder earlier Charles is in the direct line, but that it is William, 1721, to his father John, 1680, thence to John born abt 1657... )


John Floyd the founder of the Eastern Shore family was in Northampton Co. by 1639. He died in 1687. He was one-fourth owner of Hog Island and took up another sea island which contained 400 acres. I do not think he was ever wealthy and he held no important office. One of his sons, Charles Floyd, was a member of the of the House of Burgesses and died intestate in 1719. He had a son, John, whose inventory was taken in 1744. I think it quite possible that he was the father of our William Floyd, but at any rate, it seems not improbable that William Floyd was a grandson of Charles Floyd.


Comments on NJ Floyd from William Marye: Capt. Floyd was born in 1828. His father, Nathaniel Wilson Floyd, was the son of Charles Floyd, who was in turn the son of William Floyd. Captain Floyd's father was 35 years old when his father died, and his father was over 34 years old when William Floyd was living in KY. In other words, it is quite likely that Captain Floyd got his information about the family coming from the Eastern Shore from his father, who would have gotten it from his father, who would have known it to be true. William Floyd may not have had a lot to say about his parents or where he came from, and the story of his coming over the Bay from the Eastern Shore may be an invention, but I think that it is probably true.


On page 108 and 109 of the Floyd Biographical Genealogies NJ Floyd tells how he came into possession of a book called "A Little Family History" by Mary Floyd Hamilton, a granddaughter of Charles Floyd who went to SC from Northampton Co. and thence to GA. Capt. Floyd implies that the Ga. Floyds were known to be cousins. He quotes a letter he received from Mary Floyd McAdoo, whose father was the son of Gen. John Floyd. It seems he was the only child of the aforesaid Charles Floyd. Her account of the family agrees with that of Mary Floyd Hamilton, but does not seem to be based on it. She adds a generation: Samuel and Susan Dixon Floyd.


The line of Northampton Floyds begins with John Floyd who was living in that county in 1629, when he was involved with a suit with Anthony Hoskins. In the 1666 Tax List he is listed with John Wilkins, no slaves. In 1681 he was one of 4 patentees of Hog Island, 2200 acres. He left a will in which he mentions his sons and daughters, including a son Charles, who died in 1719. In 1704 Charles was taxed on 400 acres, so it is doubtful that he was ever wealthy. Charles left a will in which he mentions his children including a son Samuel. I believe this Samuel was the g.g.grandfather of old Mrs. McAdoo. She says he married Susan Dixon.


Charles Floyd had a son named John whose inventory was filed in Northampton Co. in 1744. He died intestate, and his eldest son would have inherited his land if he had any. Our William appears in Albemarle Co. in 1745. In view of the well attested relationship between the Albemarle Co. Kentucky Floyds and the Georgia Floyds, I think it is very possible that William Floyd was the son of John Floyd, son of Charles. (Editor: In my notes I have reported this as the most possible.)


I looked up Collins History of Kentucky, 1874. The authorities which he gives for his statements concerning Col. John Floyd are quite impressive. He was corresponding with a granddaughter of Col. Floyd, Mrs. Lewis (Editor: this is Letitia Preston Floyd born in 1814 of John Floyd (born 1783) who married William Lynn Lewis in 1837) and may have obtained the Floyd ancestry information from her. He says that two brothers came over from Wales and settled in Accomac Co. VA. One of them was Col. Floyd's grandfather. From them, he says, all Floyds of VA-KY-GA are descended.
LETTERS END


N.J. Floyd, Biographical Genealogies of the Kentucky-Virginia Floyds, 1912: Southern Biographies and Genealogies, 1500s-1940s


William Floyd, the progenitor of the Virginia-Kentucky branch of the family, was born in Accomac County, Virginia, about the year 1721. He was a son or grandson (more likely the latter) of John Floyd, the wealthy owner of over two thousand acres of fine tobacco land in Accomac and Northampton Counties. He received the rudiments of a substantial education, which was completed only in the line of mathematics. He commenced active life as a surveyor working in the James River Valley from the settlement at Richmond up to the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. In a region which was little more than a primeval forest, now known as Amherst County, he patented a body of land on which he made a home for himself. A dozen miles distant was the commodious Bungalow of Nathaniel Davis, a Welshman by descent, and one of the very early settlers in that region. He had made quite a large fortune by trading with the Catawba and other Indians, and by locating choice river-bottom lands from the present site of Lynchburg up to the Balcony Falls. Mr. Davis had among other children a beautiful daughter named Abadiah, whom the young man fell in love with and won for his bride. She was of excellent Welsh ancestry on her father's side, and one fourth of her blood on her mother's side, was derived from the most distinguished Indian ancestry. Her mother's mother, Nicketti-- Indian equivalent for "Beautiful Flower"--was a granddaughter of the noted Powhatan (the daughter of his youngest daughter) while the father of Nicketti was a chief of the small but warlike Cayuga tribe. Nicketti, whom the white people dubbed "Princess Nicketti," married a noted Scotch hunter and fur trader by the name of Hughes who made his chief headquarters near the beautiful Balcony Falls of James River, where Nathaniel Davis met and married a daughter of his who was the mother of Abadiah. (ed.: through these pages I have at times taken issue with this rendering, but the Floyd family tradition is so well known that it needs to be recorded here.)


William Floyd was mentioned in his son's 1782 will.


Here is one of William's land deals recorded in early Amherst, courtesy Alex Luken and the Web site noted for Mathews, and note the names!


"Albemarle Co., VA Deed Books & Amherst Co., VA early deeds....


"14 Aug 1750 Wm Floyd- signed also by WM. MATTHEWS at end- to Saml. Burks Jr. for L100, 400 acres upper side of Pedlar. Wit: Wm Cabell, Matt. Jordan. (This is doubtless the famous Floyd family of Amherst. It will be recalled by researchers that Pedlar River became part of area of Amherst)" on the site at


Other transactions in the county are reported here: http://users.rcn.com/deeds/Amherst.txt


342 Wm Floyd 25 Sep 1746 PB 24:503-1 400a Goochlan/S s Pedlar Riv
34 Wm Floyd 3 Mar 1760 PB 33:703-1 400a Albemarl/N s of a N br of Horsleys Ck
50 Wm Floyd 14 Jul 1769 PB 38:662-1 300a Amherst/S s Pedlar Riv on Enchanted Mt


Anna Cartlidge in her unpublished 1966 paper states her belief that William was descended from the John Floyd born abt 1676 (I carry 1680) in these notes. She also notes that William was born in 1721 and died in Ky. in 1800.


References to these Floyds are found in: "Life and Diary of John Floyd, Governor of Virginia, an Apostle of Secession, and Father of the Oregon Country" by Charles H Ambler; "Children and Grandchildren of William and Abadiah (Davis) Floyd," compiled by Anna Margaret Cartlidge 1966; "Col John Floyd: Reluctant Adventurer" by Anna M. Cartlidge and published in Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, #66, 1968; "In a Dangerous Situation - Letters of Col. John Floyd" edited by Neal Hammon and James Russell Harris, printed in Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, #83, 1985, and "Genealogy of the Floyd and Stewart Families" by Pauline Stewart Crosley, 1899. (courtesy of Tuck Wilson) I would add the Winning of the West by Theodore Roosevelt, usually in 4 volumes, about 1904.


There are almost numberless Floyds in the 1870s Virginia and West Virginia region, which by their names (William, Abby, and so on, must descend in some way from these early Floyds... the ones who did not go west, or, as Alex Luken says, "the ones left behind...." We are working to find the ties that bind these families together... if those ties exist. The problem is that we know so little-- or nothing-- of this William's (1721- ) brothers or sisters... a similar gap is how William himself is related to the SC and Ga. Floyds.... (November 2002)


From Ray Isbell, , March 2002, a Floyd descendant of a different line, this kind note:


"Hi, Pat, William Floyd of Amherst was the brother of John Floyd II, according to some descendants of John in S.C. 100 years ago (which was still 100 years after the fact) and in some books in Newberry Co, SC, the most recent being the Bicentennial History of Newberry, which stated they were brothers. If I recall, it's also stated or inferred in the book The Kentucky Floyd Families, isn't it? (Ed. this is the N.J. Floyd 1912 work.)


I don't have anything substantial either, but I thought Alex Luken's statement in her email (below) was interesting. I need to more carefully dissect these statements and determine whether there is anything proving this was the William who was Capt. John's brother. Capt. John Floyd III's father (m. Ann Hurst) owned land adjoining wife Nancy Andrews' father William Andrews in VA., which helps identify them. I believe John Floyd II is proved as having sons John (III) and William (of Amherst?)"


Alex's note: "....... This is what I find exciting: John Floyd m. Ann Hurst is right age to be a brother of William Floyd m. Abadiah Davis. There is some sort of elusive Hurst-Floyd connection that I would run across-- Robert Clark Floyd, son of Wm. Floyd and Abadiah Davis, was involved with a lawsuit in Vincennes IN in 1802-- US v. Hurst. Also, the name Woodford Lee Hurst and Martin Floyd Hurst b. ca. 1828 in Indiana pops up, and Martin Floyd Hurst named a son Woodford Floyd Hurst. Woodford Floyd is a desendant of William Floyd, and Lee is a middle name used in the family. Also, the given names in John Floyd m. Nancy Andrews family are consistent with Floyd family naming patterns. Regards, Alex Luken"



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Sources




Title: Biographical Genealogies of the Kentucky-Virginia Floyd Families, N. J. Floyd, 1912
Media: Book


Note: Biographical Genealogies of the Virginia Kentucky Floyd Family, Nicholas Jackson Floyd , 1912
Title: Anna Cartlidge in her unpublished work on the Floyds, 1966, citing Charles Floyd bible


Title: Preston/Floyd Bible preserved in the Library of Virginia, from the Web courtesy Alex Luken, April 2002
Text: Preston Family Bible, # 26190 at the Library of Virginia, originally owned by N. Floyd Holmes, 1808 Boston Avenue, Fort Pierce, Florida. He made the notation that it was a present to Laetitia Pre
ston Floyd from her mother, Mrs. Susanna Smith Preston.
Title: Anna Cartlidge gives his death in 1800 in some of her writings


Title: Ruth McConigly, op. cit."






[S3325]


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                       _John FLOYD _________|
                      | (1647 - 1687) m 1678|
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 _John FLOYD _________|
| (1678 - ....) m 1713|
|                     |                      ____________________________________________
|                     |                     |                                            
|                     |_Mary BERRY _________|
|                       (1660 - 1690) m 1678|
|                                           |____________________________________________
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|--William FLOYD 
|  (1721 - 1789)
|                                            _(RESEARCH QUERY-VA) HARRIS of Old Virginia_
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|                      _Peter HARRIS _______|
|                     | (1617 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |____________________________________________
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|_Michal HARRIS ______|
  (1682 - ....) m 1713|
                      |                      ____________________________________________
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[S813]

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George GRANT Sr.

30 Nov 1740 - 19 Aug 1827

ID Number: I68513

  • OCCUPATION: Rev War; Farmer
  • RESIDENCE: Prince William Co. VA and Mason Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 30 Nov 1740, Prince William or Fauquier Co. Virginia [S3071]
  • DEATH: 19 Aug 1827, Mason Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2600] [S3071]
Father: John GRANT
Mother: Margaret Watts STROTHER


Family 1 : Mary SHACKELFORD

Notes


Children:
2 Mary Eskridge Grant b: ABT 1774
2 Nancy Ann Grant b: 14 Apr 1777 d: 18 Jan 1854 + Kendall Moss b: bet 1765 and 1780 d: aft 1806
2 James Grant b: abt 1778 d: aft 1807 + Elizabeth Neal b: bet 1780 and 1792 d: aft 1807
2 Elizabeth Grant b: ABT 1779 d: aft 1799 + William Lowry b: bet 1760 and 1784 d: aft 1799
2 Judith (Judy) Grant b: ABT 1783
2 George Grant II b: 3 Dec 1783 d: 8 Mar 1864 + Jane Lashbrook b: bet 1780 and 1796 d: aft 1820
2 Margaret B. (Peggy) Grant b: ABT 1785






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|--George GRANT Sr.
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|_Margaret Watts STROTHER _|
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MAUD (Matilda) de GREY

ABT 1343 - 30 Jan 1391

ID Number: I59230

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1343, Rotherfield, Leicestershire, England
  • DEATH: 30 Jan 1391
  • BURIAL: Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, England
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS AF 9Q80-7T [S2181]
Father: JOHN de GREY
Mother: KATHERINE FITZALAN


Family 1 : THOMAS HARCOURT Knt.
  1. +THOMAS HARCOURT Knt.
  2.  Daughter of Thomas HARCOURT

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|--MAUD (Matilda) de GREY 
|  (1343 - 1391)
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|_KATHERINE FITZALAN _|
  (1300 - ....) m 1317|
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John LATTIMORE "the Immigrant"

____ - 1761

ID Number: I84434

  • RESIDENCE: Ireland and 1690 Philadelphia, PA and Rutherford, NC and VA
  • OCCUPATION: Arrived in Philadelphia, PA. from Ireland in 1690
  • DEATH: 1761, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3133]

Family 1 :
  1. +John LATTIMORE Jr.

Notes


Marriage 1 Sarah

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Karen STOUT


!LIVING

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Mary THOMAS

ABT 1824 - ____

ID Number: I49059

  • RESIDENCE: Woodbury, TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1824
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1685]

Family 1 : Samuel PENDLETON
  1.  James PENDLETON C.S.A.
  2.  Elizabeth PENDLETON
  3.  John L. PENDLETON
  4.  Rachel PENDLETON
  5. +William Green PENDLETON Sr.

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Ann TOMLIN

____ - ____

ID Number: I97038


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