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Rebecca Tasker ADDISON

3 Jun 1703 - ABT 1742

ID Number: I60200

  • RESIDENCE: St. Mary's Co. MD
  • BIRTH: 3 Jun 1703, Maryland
  • DEATH: ABT 1742, Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S2239] [S2919]
Father: Thomas ADDISON
Mother: Elizabeth TASKER


Family 1 : James BOWLES Esq.
  1. +Eleanor BOWLES
  2. +Mary BOWLES
Family 2 : George II PLATER
  1. +George III PLATER Gov. of Maryland
  2. +Rebecca PLATER

Notes


She married Hon. James Bowles, her 1st husband, his 2nd wife. daughter of Col. Thomas Addison and Elizabeth Tasker

                                                       ___________________________________
                                                      |                                   
                       _John ADDISON "the Immigrant"__|
                      | (1630 - 1705)                 |
                      |                               |___________________________________
                      |                                                                   
 _Thomas ADDISON _____|
| (1679 - 1727) m 1701|
|                     |                                _William WILKINSON "the Immigrant"_+
|                     |                               | (1612 - 1663) m 1634              
|                     |_Rebecca WILKINSON ____________|
|                       (1635 - 1726)                 |
|                                                     |_Naomy HEWES ______________________
|                                                       (1616 - 1643) m 1634              
|
|--Rebecca Tasker ADDISON 
|  (1703 - 1742)
|                                                      ___________________________________
|                                                     |                                   
|                      _Thomas TASKER "the Immigrant"_|
|                     | (1650 - 1700)                 |
|                     |                               |___________________________________
|                     |                                                                   
|_Elizabeth TASKER ___|
  (1686 - 1706) m 1701|
                      |                                ___________________________________
                      |                               |                                   
                      |_______________________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |___________________________________
                                                                                          

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Dr. William Beverly CALDWELL M.D.

3 Apr 1819 - May 1892

ID Number: I36478

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • RESIDENCE: Adair Co. & 1846 Louisville, KY
  • BIRTH: 3 Apr 1819, Adair Co. KY
  • DEATH: May 1892, Louisville, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: William CALDWELL
Mother: Nancy Anne TRABUE


Family 1 : Ann Augusta GUTHRIE

                                             _David CALDWELL _________+
                                            | (1720 - ....)           
                       _John CALDWELL ______|
                      | (1750 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_________________________
                      |                                               
 _William CALDWELL ___|
| (1777 - 1854) m 1808|
|                     |                      _________________________
|                     |                     |                         
|                     |_Dicey MANN _________|
|                       (1750 - ....)       |
|                                           |_________________________
|                                                                     
|
|--William Beverly CALDWELL M.D.
|  (1819 - 1892)
|                                            _John James TRABUE ______+
|                                           | (1714 - 1775) m 1744    
|                      _William TRABUE _____|
|                     | (1756 - 1786) m 1783|
|                     |                     |_Olympe (Olympia) DUPUY _+
|                     |                       (1729 - 1822) m 1744    
|_Nancy Anne TRABUE __|
  (1783 - 1846) m 1808|
                      |                      _Robert HASKINS _________+
                      |                     | (1732 - 1804)           
                      |_Elizabeth HASKINS __|
                        (1759 - 1825) m 1783|
                                            |_Elizabeth HILL _________
                                              (1733 - 1817)           

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William Johnson CLEVELAND

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I52399

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1882]

Family 1 : Martha MARTIN

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Elizabeth Amy GATEWOOD

1836 - ____

ID Number: I62570

  • RESIDENCE: of Fentress Co.TN
  • BIRTH: 1836
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2162]
Father: Pemberton GATEWOOD
Mother: Nancy RHEA



                                             _Henry GATEWOOD III_______________+
                                            | (1752 - 1822) m 1772             
                       _Henry GATEWOOD IV___|
                      | (1781 - 1824) m 1805|
                      |                     |_Phildelphia "Delphia" PEMBERTON _+
                      |                       (1754 - 1797) m 1772             
 _Pemberton GATEWOOD _|
| (1808 - 1902) m 1830|
|                     |                      _Moses QUISENBERRY _______________+
|                     |                     | (1748 - 1805) m 1768             
|                     |_Amy QUISENBERRY ____|
|                       (1780 - 1855) m 1805|
|                                           |_Mary GATEWOOD ___________________+
|                                             (1745 - 1814) m 1768             
|
|--Elizabeth Amy GATEWOOD 
|  (1836 - ....)
|                                            __________________________________
|                                           |                                  
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |__________________________________
|                     |                                                        
|_Nancy RHEA _________|
  (1811 - ....) m 1830|
                      |                      __________________________________
                      |                     |                                  
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |__________________________________
                                                                               

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Mary Lou GOSNELL


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Tarpley HOLT

ABT 1790 - ____

ID Number: I75174

  • RESIDENCE: Putnam and Bibb Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1790
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2848]

Family 1 : Elizabeth FLEWELLYN
  1. +Margaret E. HOLT

Notes


Children:
William Holt
Tarpley Holt
Margaret E. Holt Jan 6, 1821 Dec 22, 1868

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Gen. Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" JACKSON C.S.A.

21 Jan 1824 - 10 May 1863

ID Number: I71853

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. amd Mexican War; VMI Artillery Instructor
  • RESIDENCE: Clarksburg and Lexington VA
  • RELIGION: Prebyterian
  • BIRTH: 21 Jan 1824, Clarksburg, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia (Now West Virginia)
  • DEATH: 10 May 1863, Guiney's Station, Chancellorsville,Virginia [359448]
  • BURIAL: Lexington, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes [S2744]
Father: Thomas Jonathan JACKSON Sr.
Mother: Julia Beckwith NEALE


Family 1 : Elinor JUNKINS
Family 2 : Mary Anna MORRISON
  1.  Julia Laura JACKSON

Notes


Lieutenant-General Thomas Jonathan Jackson was one of those rare historical characters who are claimed by all people-a man of his race, almost as much as of the Confederacy. No war has produced a military celebrity more remarkable, nor one whose fame will be more enduring. He was born January 21, 1824, in Clarksburg, Va., and his parents, who were of patriotic Revolutionary stock, dying while he was but a child, he was reared and educated by his kindred in the pure and simple habits of rural life, taught in good English schools, and is described as a "diligent, plodding scholar, having a strong mind, though it was slow in development." But he was in boyhood a leader among his fellow-students in the athletic sports of the times, in which he generally managed his side of the contest so as to win the victory. By this country training he became a bold and expert rider and cultivated that spirit of daring which being held sometimes in abeyance displayed itself in his Mexican service, and then suddenly again in the Confederate war.


In June, 1842, at the age of eighteen, he was appointed to a cadetship in the military academy at West Point, where, commencing with the disadvantages of inadequate preparation, he overcame obstacles by such determination as to rise from year to year in the estimation
of the faculty. He graduated June 30, 1846, at the age of twenty-two years, receiving brevet rank as second-lieutenant at the beginning of the Mexican war, and was ordered to report for
duty with the First Regular artillery, with which he shared in the many brilliant battles which General Scott fought from Vera Cruz to the City of Mexico. He was often commended for his
soldierly conduct and soon received successive promotions for gallantry at Contreras and Churubusco. Captain Magruder, afterwards a Confederate general, thus mentioned him in orders:
"If devotion, industry, talent, and gallantry are the highest qualities of a soldier, then is he entitled to the distinction which their possession confers." Jackson was one of the volunteers in the storming of Chapultepec, and for his daring there was brevetted major, which was his rank at the close of the Mexican war.


His religious character, which history has and will inseparably connect with his military life, appears to have begun forming in the City of Mexico, where his attention was directed to the
subject of the variety of beliefs on religious questions. His amiable and affectionate biographer (Mrs. Jackson) mentions that Colonel Francis Taylor, the commander of the First artillery,
under whom Jackson was serving, was the first man to speak to him on the subject of personal religion. Jackson had not at any time of his life yielded to the vices, and was in all habits strictly
moral, but had given no particular attention to the duties enjoined by the church. Convinced now that this neglect was wrong, he began to study the Bible and pursued his inquiries until he finally united (1851) with the Presbyterian church. His remarkable devoutness of habit and unwavering confidence in the truth of his faith contributed, it is conceded, very greatly to
the full development of his singular character, as well as to his marvelous success.


In 1848 Jackson's command was stationed at Fort Hamilton for two years, then at Fort Meade, in Florida, and from that station he was elected to a chair in the Virginia military institute at Lexington in 1851, which he accepted, and resigning his commission, made Lexington his home ten years, and until he began his remarkable career in the Confederate war.


Two years later, 1853, he married Miss Eleanor, daughter of Rev. Dr. Junkin, president of Washington college, but she lived scarcely more than a year. Three years after, July 16, 1857, his second marriage occurred, with Miss Mary Anna, daughter of Rev. Dr. H. R. Morrison, of North Carolina, a distinguished educator, whose other daughters married men who attained eminence in civil and military life, among them being General D. H. Hill, General
Rutus Barringer, and Chief Justice A. C. Avery.


The only special incident occurring amidst the educational and domestic life of Major Jackson, which flowed on serenely from this hour, was the summons of the cadets of the Institute by
Governor Letcher, to proceed to Harper's Ferry on the occasion of the raid of John Brown in 1859.


During the presidential campaign of 1860 Major Jackson visited New England and there heard enough to arouse his fears for the safety of the Union. At the election of that year he cast his
vote for Breckinridge on the principle that he was a State rights man, and after Lincoln's election he favored the policy of contending in the Union rather than out of it, for the recovery
of the ground that had thus been lost. The course of coercion, however, alarmed him, and the failure of the Peace congress persuaded him that if the United States persisted in their course
war would certainly result. His State saw as he did, and on the passage of its ordinance of secession, the military cadets under the command of Major Jackson were ordered to the field by the governor of Virginia. The order was promptly obeyed April 21, 186?5, from which date his Confederate military life began.


Jackson's valuable service was given to Virginia in the occupation of Harper's Ferry and several subsequent small affairs, but his fame became general from the battle of First Manassas. It was at one of the crises of that first trial battle between the Federal and Confederate troops that he was given the war name of "Stonewall," by which he will be always designated.
The true story will be often repeated that on being notified of the Federal advance to break the Confederate line he called out, "We will give them the bayonet," and a few minutes later the
steadiness with which the brigade received the shock of battle caused the Confederate General Bee to exclaim:


"There stands Jackson like a stone wall."


He was commissioned brigadier-general June 17, 1861, and was promoted to major-general October 7, 1861, with the wise assignment to command of the Valley district, which he assumed in November of that year. With a small force he began even in winter a series of bold operations in the great Virginia valley, and opened the spring campaign of 1862, on plans concerted between General Joseph E. Johnston and himself, by attacking the enemy at Kernstown, March 23rd, where he sustained his only repulse; but even in the movement which resulted in a temporary defeat he caused the recall of a considerable Federal force designed to strengthen McClellan in the advance against Richmond.


The next important battle was fought at McDowell, in which Jackson won a decided victory over Fremont. Then moving with celerity and sagacity he drove Banks at Front Royal, struck him again at Newtown, and at length utterly routed him. After this, turning about on Shields, he overthrew his command also, and thus, in one month's campaign, broke up the Federal forces which had been sent to "crush him."


In these rapidly executed operations he had successfully fought five battles against three distinct armies, requiring four hundred miles, marching to compass the fields.


This Valley campaign of 1862 was never excelled, according to the opinions expressed by military men of high rank and long experience in war. It is told by Dr. McGuire, the chief surgeon of Jackson's command, that with swelling heart he had "heard some of the first soldiers and military students of England declare that within the past two hundred years the English speaking race has produced but five soldiers of the first rank-Marlborough, Washington, Wellington, Lee and Stonewall Jackson, and that this campaign in the valley was superior to either of those made by Napoleon in Italy." One British officer, who teaches strategy in a great European college, told Surgeon McGuire that he used this campaign as a model of strategy and tactics, dwelling upon it for several months in his lectures; that it was taught in the schools of Germany, and that Von Moltke, the great strategist, declared it was without a rival in the world's history.


After this brilliant service for the Confederacy Jackson joined Lee at Richmond in time to strike McClellan's flank at the battle of Cold Harbor, and to contribute to the Federal defeat in the Seven Days' battles around Richmond. In the campaign against Pope, undertaken by Lee after he had defeated McClellan, Jackson was sent on a movement suited to his genius, capturing Manassas Junction, and foiling Pope until the main battle of Second Manassas, August 30, 1862, under Lee, despoiled that Federal general of all his former honors. The Maryland campaign immediately followed, in which Jackson led in the capture of Harper's Ferry September 15th, taking 11,500 prisoners, and an immense amount of arms and stores, just preceding the battle of Sharpsburg, in which he also fought with notable efficiency at a
critical juncture. The promotion to lieutenant-general was now accorded him, October 10, 1862. At the battle of Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862, Lieutenant-General Jackson held the
Confederate right against all Federal assaults. The Federal disaster in this battle resulted in the resignation of Burnside and the reorganization of the army under General Hooker in 1863.


After the most complete preparations Hooker advanced against Lee at Chancellorsville, who countervailed all the Federal general's plans by sending Jackson to find and crush his right flank, which movement was in the process of brilliant accomplishment when Jackson, who had passed his own lines to make a personal inspection of the situation, was fired upon and fatally wounded by a line of Confederates who unhappily mistook him and his escort for the enemy. The glory of the achievement which Lee and Jackson planned, fell upon General Stuart next day, who, succeeding Jackson in command, ordered that charge which became so ruinous to Hooker, with the thrilling watchword, "Remember Jackson."


General Jackson lived a few days and died lamented more than any soldier who had fallen. Lee said: "I have lost my right arm."
The army felt that his place could not be easily supplied. The South was weighted with grief. After the war, when the North dispassionately studied the man they ceased to wonder at the
admiration in which he was held by the world. He was buried at Lexington, Va., where a monument erected by affection marks his grave.


"For centuries men will come to Lexington as a Mecca, and to this grave as a shrine, and wonderingly talk of this man and his mighty deeds. Time will only add to his great fame-his name will be honored and revered forever."
Source: Confederate Military History, vol. 1, p. 665


Major, Corps of Artillery, April, 1861.
Brigadier general, P. A. C. S., June 17, 1861.
Major general, P. A. C. S., October 7, 1861.
Lieutenant general, P. A. C. S., October 10, 1862.
Died May 10, 1863, at Guiney's Station, Va., from wounds received at Chancellorsville, May 2, 1863. (actually died of pneumonia probably contacted before the battle)
Commands.
Commanding at Harper's Ferry, Va., April 27, 1861.
Commanding, July 21, 1861,, First Brigade of the Army of the Shenandoah, composed of the Second, Fourth, Fifth, Twenty-seventh and Thirty-third Virginia Regiments Infantry, and
Pendleton's Light Battery.
Commanding Army of the Monongahela, sometimes called the Army of the Valley.
Commanding army corps consisting of the divisions of Jackson (T. J.), A. P. Hill, Ewell and Rodes, Army of Northern Virginia.
Commanding Second Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, composed of the divisions of Early, A. P. Hill, D. H. Hill and two battalions of artillery, from June 1, 1862, to May 2,1863.


Jackson, Thomas Jonathan, born in Virginia, appointed from Virginia cadet United States Military Academy, July 1, 1842; graduated seventeenth in a class of fifty-nine.
Brevet second lieutenant, First Artillery, July 1, 1846.
Second lieutenant, March 3, 1847.
First lieutenant, August 20, 1847.
Brevet captain, August 20, 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the battles of Contreras and Churubusco, Mexico, and Brevet Major, September 13, 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the battle of Chapultepec, Mexico.
Resigned February 29, 1852.
Source: General Officers of the Confederate States of America


Feb 22, 2003 "Gods and Generals" opened in Theaters across America; Producer Maxwell, promoter Ted Turner founder of CNN.
"Gods and Generals" Review on Amazon.com
Stephen Lang is awesome!, February 24, 2003
Reviewer: Diane C. Williams from ANNANDALE, VA United States
"Thomas Jonathan Jackson is a relative of mine, and Stephen Lang did an outstanding job of bringing him to life. Those blue eyes are critical, but Lang is a also superb actor and nailed the quirky Jackson just right. I don't suppose folks without a keen interest in the Civil War or those battles detailed in Virginia (and Maryland for the DVD) will be much interested in this film. But try to watch it anyway. You will learn something from eye-witness accounts that aren't in most history books. Much of what the author, Jeff Shaara, used to create Jackson in the book was taken from memoirs written by his wife, Mary Anna Morrison Jackson for her daughter Julia and her grandchildren. This is a treat for anyone interested in learning about Thomas J. Jackson the person and not just the general."


"Dr. Steiner, Chief Inspector of the United States Sanitary Commission, observed that Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson's troops in occupation of Frederick, Maryland, in 1862: "Over 3,000 Negroes must be included in this number [Confederate troops]. These were clad in all kinds of uniforms, not only in cast-off or captured United States uniforms, but in coats with Southern buttons, State buttons, etc. These were shabby, but not shabbier or seedier than those worn by white men in the rebel ranks. Most of the Negroes had arms, rifles, muskets, sabers, bowie-knives, dirks, etc.....and were manifestly an integral portion of the Southern Confederate Army."

[359448]
wounded but died of pneumonia


                                                          _John JACKSON Sr. "the Immigrant"_
                                                         | (1719 - 1801) m 1755             
                               _Edward JACKSON __________|
                              | (1754 - 1828) m 1783     |
                              |                          |_Elizabeth CUMMINS _______________
                              |                            (1722 - 1825) m 1755             
 _Thomas Jonathan JACKSON Sr._|
| (1790 - 1826)               |
|                             |                           _David HADDEN ____________________
|                             |                          | (1730 - ....)                    
|                             |_Mary HADDEN _____________|
|                               (1764 - ....) m 1783     |
|                                                        |__________________________________
|                                                                                           
|
|--Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" JACKSON C.S.A.
|  (1824 - 1863)
|                                                         _Richard NEALE ___________________
|                                                        | (1750 - ....)                    
|                              _Thomas NEALE ____________|
|                             | (1774 - 1834)            |
|                             |                          |_Frances UNDERWOOD _______________
|                             |                            (1750 - ....)                    
|_Julia Beckwith NEALE _______|
  (1798 - 1831)               |
                              |                           _Minor WYNN III___________________+
                              |                          | (1730 - ....)                    
                              |_Margaret C. (Winn) WYNN _|
                                (1776 - 1823)            |
                                                         |_Mary Elizabeth "Betsy" WITHERS __
                                                           (1750 - ....)                    

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David LEWIS

1746 - 1769

ID Number: I34108

  • RESIDENCE: VA & Surry Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 1746, VA
  • DEATH: 1769, Surry Co. NC
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1160]
Father: William Terrell LEWIS Sr.
Mother: Sarah "Sally" MARTIN



                                                   _John IV "Councillor" LEWIS __+
                                                  | (1669 - 1725) m 1685         
                             _David LEWIS I_______|
                            | (1695 - 1779) m 1717|
                            |                     |_Elizabeth (Isabelle) WARNER _+
                            |                       (1672 - 1719) m 1685         
 _William Terrell LEWIS Sr._|
| (1718 - 1802) m 1739      |
|                           |                      _William A. TERRELL Sr._______+
|                           |                     | (1660 - 1743) m 1685         
|                           |_Anne TERRELL _______|
|                             (1695 - 1734) m 1717|
|                                                 |_Susanna WATERS ______________+
|                                                   (1667 - 1734) m 1685         
|
|--David LEWIS 
|  (1746 - 1769)
|                                                  _Henry MARTIN ________________
|                                                 | (1672 - 1755)                
|                            _James MARTIN _______|
|                           | (1699 - 1775)       |
|                           |                     |______________________________
|                           |                                                    
|_Sarah "Sally" MARTIN _____|
  (1722 - 1793) m 1739      |
                            |                      _David CRAWFORD II____________+
                            |                     | (1662 - 1762) m 1695         
                            |_Elizabeth CRAWFORD _|
                              (1700 - ....)       |
                                                  |_Elizabeth SMITH _____________+
                                                    (1673 - 1771) m 1695         

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Catherine PATTIE

1780 - ____

ID Number: I50029

  • RESIDENCE: VA & Mason Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1780
  • DEATH: Mason Co. KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1796]
Father: John PATTIE
Mother: Anna SANDERS


Family 1 : John CRAIG
  1. +Francis Marion CRAIG

Notes


"Catherine was one of the water carriers during the famous seige on Bryan's station."

[S1796]


                                             _Silvester PATTIE _____
                                            | (1695 - 1746)         
                       _James PATTIE _______|
                      | (1725 - 1782) m 1750|
                      |                     |_Sarah_________________
                      |                       (1700 - 1746)         
 _John PATTIE ________|
| (1750 - 1832)       |
|                     |                      _______________________
|                     |                     |                       
|                     |_Sarah_______________|
|                       (1730 - ....) m 1750|
|                                           |_______________________
|                                                                   
|
|--Catherine PATTIE 
|  (1780 - ....)
|                                            _Nathaniel SANDERS Sr._
|                                           | (1664 - 1733)         
|                      _Hugh SANDERS _______|
|                     | (1710 - 1781) m 1737|
|                     |                     |_ WATKINS _____________
|                     |                       (1770 - 1733)         
|_Anna SANDERS _______|
  (1750 - 1840)       |
                      |                      _Samuel HOSKINS _______
                      |                     | (1680 - 1738) m 1706  
                      |_Catherine HOSKINS __|
                        (1715 - 1787) m 1737|
                                            |_Mary BRERETON ________
                                              (1682 - ....) m 1706  

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Thomas PENDLETON

19 Feb 1619 - ____

ID Number: I19958

  • RESIDENCE: Norwich, Norfolk, ENG
  • BIRTH: 19 Feb 1619, Norwich, Norfolk, ENG
  • RESOURCES: See: [S179] [S2432]
Father: Henry PENDLETON I
Mother: Susan CAMDEN



                                               _George I PENDLETON Esq._______+
                                              | (1541 - ....) m 1557          
                       _George PENDLETON II___|
                      | (1558 - 1603) m 1579  |
                      |                       |_Anne__________________________
                      |                         (1535 - ....) m 1557          
 _Henry PENDLETON I___|
| (1580 - 1635) m 1605|
|                     |                        _John PETTINGALL ______________
|                     |                       | (1544 - 1566)                 
|                     |_Elizabeth PETTINGALL _|
|                       (1562 - 1625) m 1579  |
|                                             |_______________________________
|                                                                             
|
|--Thomas PENDLETON 
|  (1619 - ....)
|                                              _______________________________
|                                             |                               
|                      _Humphrey CAMDEN ______|
|                     | (1562 - ....) m 1581  |
|                     |                       |_______________________________
|                     |                                                       
|_Susan CAMDEN _______|
  (1584 - ....) m 1605|
                      |                        _THOMAS PETTUS ________________+
                      |                       | (1523 - 1596) m 1548          
                      |_Cecily PETTUS ________|
                        (1560 - ....) m 1581  |
                                              |_Christian DETHICK (DETHICKE) _+
                                                (1527 - 1578) m 1548          

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George PENN

ABT 1740 - ____

ID Number: I4039

  • RESIDENCE: St. George Parish, Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11]
Father: John PENN II
Mother: Mary CHEW?



                                             _William PENN Of Penn's Lodge_+
                                            | (1609 - 1676)                
                       _John PENN I_________|
                      | (1650 - ....) m 1685|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth MARKHAM? __________+
                      |                       (1613 - ....)                
 _John PENN II________|
| (1710 - 1771)       |
|                     |                      _Beverly GRANVILLE ___________+
|                     |                     | (1620 - ....)                
|                     |_Lucy GRANVILLE? ____|
|                       (1660 - 1741) m 1685|
|                                           |_JANE WYCHE __________________+
|                                             (1630 - 1692)                
|
|--George PENN 
|  (1740 - ....)
|                                            ______________________________
|                                           |                              
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |______________________________
|                     |                                                    
|_Mary CHEW? _________|
  (1720 - ....)       |
                      |                      ______________________________
                      |                     |                              
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |______________________________
                                                                           

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Sarah ROBINETTE

ABT 1840 - ____

ID Number: I23874

  • RESIDENCE: MO
  • BIRTH: ABT 1840
  • RESOURCES: See: [S747]

Family 1 : Thomas Henry MENEFEE
  1.  William C. MENEFEE

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Dr. William S. SANDEL

1838 - ____

ID Number: I27195

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • RESIDENCE: 1850 E. Feliciana and 1858 Morehouse and Monroe, Ouachita Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 1838, E. Feliciana Parish LA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1005] [S1615] [S1697] [S1720]
Father: William SANDEL
Mother: Mary HIGGINBOTHAM


Family 1 : Ardelia BEAUCHAMP
  1. +Percy SANDEL I
  2.  Huntington SANDEL

Notes


1880 United States Census Household:


Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William SANDEL Self M Male W 42 LA Physician @ Farmer SC GA
Adelia SANDEL Wife M Female W 48 LA House Keeper GA LA
Huntington SANDEL Son S Male W 10 LA LA LA
Percey SANDEL Son S Male W 6 LA LA LA
Calep SANDEL Brother S Male W 36 LA SC GA


Source Information: Census Place Monroe, Ouachita, Louisiana Family History Library Film 1254464 NA Film Number T9-0464 Page Number 31C



                                                  __________________________
                                                 |                          
                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) SANDEL _|
                      |                          |
                      |                          |__________________________
                      |                                                     
 _William SANDEL _____|
| (1802 - 1850) m 1830|
|                     |                           __________________________
|                     |                          |                          
|                     |__________________________|
|                                                |
|                                                |__________________________
|                                                                           
|
|--William S. SANDEL 
|  (1838 - ....)
|                                                 _Francis HIGGINBOTHAM ____+
|                                                | (1759 - 1828) m 1783     
|                      _Caleb HIGGINBOTHAM ______|
|                     | (1787 - 1829) m 1812     |
|                     |                          |_Dolly GATEWOOD __________+
|                     |                            (1763 - 1830) m 1783     
|_Mary HIGGINBOTHAM __|
  (1814 - 1850) m 1830|
                      |                           _William Guerrant BRYANT _+
                      |                          | (1765 - 1840) m 1780     
                      |_Ann Minerva BRYANT ______|
                        (1797 - 1833) m 1812     |
                                                 |_Mary HARRIS _____________+
                                                   (1765 - 1797) m 1780     

Sources

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[S1615]

[S1697]

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Thomas SWANN

ABT 1650 - ____

ID Number: I67937

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1650
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2578]

Family 1 :
  1. +Susanna SWANN

Notes


Spouse Unknown

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Margaret Ellen TAYLOR

10 Sep 1603 - ____

ID Number: I21504

  • RESIDENCE: Carlisle, Cumberland, England
  • BIRTH: 10 Sep 1603, Carlisle, Cumberland, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S721] [S759] [S2375]
Father: Thomas TAYLOR II
Mother: Margaret SWINDERBY


Notes


2. Margaret Taylor; b. 10 Sep 1603 of Pennington Castle, Cumberland County, England.


                                             _Rowland TAYLOR LL.D._+
                                            | (1510 - 1555) m 1534 
                       _THOMAS TAYLOR I_____|
                      | (1548 - 1576) m 1572|
                      |                     |_MARGARET TYNDALE ____+
                      |                       (1510 - ....) m 1534 
 _Thomas TAYLOR II____|
| (1573 - 1618) m 1599|
|                     |                      ______________________
|                     |                     |                      
|                     |_Elizabeth BURWELL __|
|                       (1552 - 1576) m 1572|
|                                           |______________________
|                                                                  
|
|--Margaret Ellen TAYLOR 
|  (1603 - ....)
|                                            ______________________
|                                           |                      
|                      _Andrew SWINDERBY ___|
|                     | (1546 - ....) m 1577|
|                     |                     |______________________
|                     |                                            
|_Margaret SWINDERBY _|
  (1578 - 1672) m 1599|
                      |                      ______________________
                      |                     |                      
                      |_UNNAMED_____________|
                        (1550 - ....) m 1577|
                                            |______________________
                                                                   

Sources

[S2375]

[S721]

[S759]

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