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Burrilla ASHFORD

8 Mar 1840 - ____

ID Number: I48745

  • RESIDENCE: KY and Sangamon, IL
  • BIRTH: 8 Mar 1840, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1733] [S828]

Family 1 : William F. HAINES

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Ann Hazelwood BEVERLEY

____ - ____

ID Number: I81186

Father: Harry BEVERLEY Gent.
Mother: Martha GAINES


Notes


2 Ann Hazelwood BEVERLY + Mr. DUDLEY

                                                     _Harry BEVERLEY ____________+
                                                    | (1669 - 1730) m 1695       
                        _Robert BEVERLEY ___________|
                       | (1701 - 1733)              |
                       |                            |_Elizabeth SMITH of Brandon_+
                       |                              (1678 - 1720) m 1695       
 _Harry BEVERLEY Gent._|
| (1725 - ....)        |
|                      |                             ____________________________
|                      |                            |                            
|                      |____________________________|
|                                                   |
|                                                   |____________________________
|                                                                                
|
|--Ann Hazelwood BEVERLEY 
|  
|                                                    _Henry GAINES ______________+
|                                                   | (1692 - 1734)              
|                       _Harry GAINES of "Greenway"_|
|                      | (1720 - 1767)              |
|                      |                            |_Sarah BROOKE ______________+
|                      |                              (1696 - ....)              
|_Martha GAINES _______|
  (1743 - ....)        |
                       |                             _Robert FLEMING ____________+
                       |                            | (1736 - ....)              
                       |_Martha FLEMING ____________|
                         (1720 - ....)              |
                                                    |____________________________
                                                                                 

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John CARTER

ABT 1790 - ____

ID Number: I100456

  • RESIDENCE: of Loudoun Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1790
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2128]

Family 1 :
  1. +Harriet W. CARTER

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William COOPER

ABT 1830 - ____

ID Number: I52661

  • RESIDENCE: Madisonville, St. Tammany Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1830
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1904]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) COOPER SC, NC, VA, GA


Family 1 : Jane HOLMES
  1. +Annie Louise COOPER

                                             __
                                            |  
                                          __|
                                         |  |
                                         |  |__
                                         |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) COOPER SC, NC, VA, GA_|
|                                        |
|                                        |   __
|                                        |  |  
|                                        |__|
|                                           |
|                                           |__
|                                              
|
|--William COOPER 
|  (1830 - ....)
|                                            __
|                                           |  
|                                         __|
|                                        |  |
|                                        |  |__
|                                        |     
|________________________________________|
                                         |
                                         |   __
                                         |  |  
                                         |__|
                                            |
                                            |__
                                               

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ROBERT III de DREUX Count of Dreux

1185 - 1233

ID Number: I65265

  • RESIDENCE: FR
  • BIRTH: 1185, Dreux, France
  • DEATH: 1233
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2462]
Father: ROBERT II de DREUX Count of Dreux
Mother: YOLANDE de COUCY


Family 1 : LEONORE de ST. VALERIE
  1. +YOLANDE de DREUX of Dreux

                                                                          __________________________________
                                                                         |                                  
                                     _ROBERT DREUX ______________________|
                                    | (1123 - 1184)                      |
                                    |                                    |__________________________________
                                    |                                                                       
 _ROBERT II de DREUX Count of Dreux_|
| (1154 - 1218) m 1184              |
|                                   |                                     __________________________________
|                                   |                                    |                                  
|                                   |_AGNES de BAUDEMENT ________________|
|                                     (1130 - ....)                      |
|                                                                        |__________________________________
|                                                                                                           
|
|--ROBERT III de DREUX Count of Dreux
|  (1185 - 1233)
|                                                                         _ENGUERRAND de COUCY _____________+
|                                                                        | (1108 - 1148)                    
|                                    _RALPH (Raoul) I de Marle de COUCY _|
|                                   | (1139 - 1191) m 1163               |
|                                   |                                    |_AGNES de BEAUGENCY ______________
|                                   |                                      (1112 - ....)                    
|_YOLANDE de COUCY _________________|
  (1164 - 1222) m 1184              |
                                    |                                     _BALDWIN IV de HAINAULT __________+
                                    |                                    | (1109 - 1171) m 1140             
                                    |_AGNES de HAINAULT _________________|
                                      (1141 - ....) m 1163               |
                                                                         |_ALICE de NAMUR Comtesse of Namur_+
                                                                           (1120 - 1168) m 1140             

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Richard MAUZY

17 Jun 1824 - AFT 1910

ID Number: I90469

  • OCCUPATION: editor and Owner of the Staunton Spectator.
  • RESIDENCE: McGaheysville, Rockingham Co. and Lewisburg, Greenbrier Co and Stauton, VA
  • BIRTH: 17 Jun 1824, McGaheysville, Rockingham Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: AFT 1910, McGaheysville, Rockingham Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2217]
Father: Joseph MAUZY
Mother: Christina KISLING


Notes


m1: Elvira Fernella McGahey (Wife) b. 30 Jun 1827 Marriage: 7 Oct 1847 in Bonny Brook, Mcgaheysville, Rockingham County, Virginia; Father: Tobias McGahey Mother: Elizabeth Anderson.
Children:
Anderson Stuart Mauzy b. 23 Sep 1848 + Mary Berkeley Donaghe (Wife) Marriage: 14 JAN 1881 in Staunton, Va
Elvira Desdemona Mauzy b. 15 Oct 1850 in Lewisburg, VA (1863WV) + Thomas Weaver (Husband) b. 27 Jan 1851 Marriage: 17 APR 1873 +William Randolph Bader (Husband) b. 13 Sep 1842 Marriage: 31 OCT 1883.


m2: Mary Edgar Mathews (Wife) b. 23 Jul 1828; Father: Mason Mathews b. Before. 1808
Mother: Elizabeth Reynolds b. Before. 1808.
Children:
Eliza Mathews Mauzy b. 25 Sep 1863
Mary Christina Mauzy b. 9 Dec 1867


Notes taken from Genealogical Record by Richard Mauzy
"When he was a small boy, Fredericksburg was the chief flower market for Rockingham County, and in the fall of the year he had seen, year after year, a great many sheeted wagons loaded with flour and drawn by four to six horses on the way to that market. The very great number of these wagons impressed him with the belief that Fredericksburg was a town of great size and importance, somewhat like London, and he had a great desire to see it; and so when he found that his father's wagon was loaded with flour destined for that place,he begged his mother to allow him to
accompany the driver of the team. At first she refused; but as he was so desirous to go, she, with her characteristic indulgence, on which he confidently relied, consented, and he made the coveted trip. He saw what at that time was a little town, though it had loomed to such magnitude in his youthful imagination. His disappointment may be imagined, but not described.


On the return from this trip, he was the victim of severe accident in the village of Standardsville, Greene County.


At the time there were no patent locks on the wagons and the wheel horses were taught, at the work of command, to hold back with their might.


At the time of the accident, Richard was riding the off-wheel horse in the team of his uncle, Henry Kisling, driven by James Crickenberger, who, dismounting, whipped the horses in the lead, which caused them to start off in a brisk trot, whereupon he called on the wheel horses to "back" and the did so with such suddenness as to cause the rider to fall off, whereupon two wheels of the loaded wagon ran over both his legs. A crowd assembled, among who was William Harry, a merchant and friend of Richard's father, who inquired "Whose little boy is he?" On receiving the reply "Col. Mauzy's." he at once said, "Take him right up to my house."


He was laid in bed with two surgeons in attendance, who sewed up with silk cord the terrible gash on the knee of his right leg made by the tires of the wheels cutting through the cloth of his pantaloons. The wide and long scar he carried to his grave.


As there was no school at his native village, he and his youngest brother, Whitfield, were sent to Mr. Daingerfield's to be taught by a Mr. Kremer, who had a school in the room of Mr. Daingerfield's house on the Shenandoah River about two miles below Port Republic.


Little did he know that the field he crossed would, at some future day, become the scene of a bloody and hotly contested battle, as it did on Monday, June 9, 1862, between the Federal forces under Gen. James Shields and the Confederate forces under Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson, when Jackson, as was his wont, gained the victory through the opposing forces faught bravely and previous to the battle, felt confident of success. This battle is known as the "Battle of Port Republic."


The day before this, Sunday, June 8, 1862, Jackson defeated Gens. Milroy and Fremont in what is known as the "Battle of Cross Keys.""


"Samuel Gilmer, a printer, who had purchased half of the Lewisburg Chronicle, which had a printing of the records of the Court of Appeals of Virginia, came to him and insisted that he should buy the other half and become the editor, with the assurance that the business would be profitable. He consented and paid cash for that half interest. He according removed to Lewisburg, Greenbrier County, Va., (now W. Va.) the latter part of August, 1849, and on September 1, 1849 entered with great diffidence on his duties of Editor.


He remained there till the spring of 1854. His first wife died there on December 3, 1853 of tuberculosis. He sold his interest in the paper privately to his partner, and his furniture and other household effects at public sale, and returned to his paternal home at McGaheysville, Va.


In October 1854, he invested $3,500 on joint account with Barney and Co., Bankers in Dubuque, Iowa, who were engaged in the purchase and sale of the public lands of that State. This investment yielded him a profit of 25 percentage, till his unfortunate investment in the Trust American at Staunton forced him to withdraw it.


In 1856 he was prevailed on by Dr. George K. Gilmer, the owner, and others, to purchase a half interest in that paper. He then purchased the Taylor Press and other materials of the Republican of Staunton, which had been edited by Tyre Maupin, for which he pair $2,000 and added it to threat of the True American office.


In 1857, he purchased his partner's interest and then he traded it for an interest in the Staunton Spectator, then owned and conducted by Joseph Addison and Littleton Waddell. Then, as both of these gentlemen were competent editors, and as a third editor to a weekly paper would be as superfluous as a fifth wheel to a wagon, he retired and compensated them for their services in conducting the business.


In April 1860, he purchased the interest of his partners and became sole editor and proprietor of the Staunton Spectator on May 1, 1860 and so continued till December 1895 and remained connected with its publication as Associate Editor of the purchaser, Col. R. S. Turk, till August 1896.


He returned to the place where he was born and reared to live with his eldest daughter in the property he had owned since 1867, and on which he was still residing in 1910.


April 17, 1861, on the passage of the ordinance of Secession by the State Convention of Virginia, and the immediate rush of troops to Harper's Ferry, he lost from his office three of his printers who were members of the Volunteer Companies organized before the tocsin of was was sounded.


In the summer of 1864, following the Battle of Piedmont to Augusta County, by order of Gen. David Hunter, in command of the Federal troops, the materials of his printing office, which embraced the materials of three offices - - the Republican, True American, and Spectator - - were ruthlessly destroyed and that too after he had been visited in his office by two of his staff -- Gen. Halpin (Miles O'Reily) and Hunter Porter (Porte Crayon) -- who voluntarily, without being asked to do so, gave his a written protection, and protested that they had no ideal of destroying his office. He believes these officers were sincere, and that the blame of this act of vandalism rests wholly on Gen. David Hunter.


When the soldiers, on their mission of destruction, arrived at the office, he presented to the leader his written protection, who, giving it a hasty glance, said, "We have different orders from that Sir" whereupon all entered on the work of destroying everything they could find in any part of the building.


In the summer of 1865, immediately after the close of the war, he resumed the publication of the Spectator under the most possible discouraging circumstances - the mail routes destroyed; the currency of the south of no value; the country devastated by war; the Valley of Virginia burned by Federal incendiaries; the money had had in bank valueless; and his office in ruins.


He had a kindly feeling for two printers who had previously been in his employ - David E. Strasburg and Newton Argenbright - whom he associated with himself as co-partners in the profits, they to received a stipulated percentage of the profits for their services as printers, in lieu of wages.


He remained the sole editor and proprietor, paying for all the material purchased, presses, type, etc., and the taxes on the value of the office. After some years, this partnership was dissolved, after which he conduced the business by and for himself."


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[S2217]


                                             _Henri MAUZY "the Immigrant"_
                                            | (1675 - ....) m 1694        
                       _Henry MAUZY ________|
                      | (1721 - 1800) m 1765|
                      |                     |_Hester CONYERS _____________+
                      |                       (1675 - ....) m 1694        
 _Joseph MAUZY _______|
| (1779 - 1863) m 1805|
|                     |                      _Benjamin TAYLOR ____________+
|                     |                     | (1708 - 1774) m 1732        
|                     |_Elizabeth TAYLOR ___|
|                       (1735 - 1829) m 1765|
|                                           |_Elizabeth WATERS ___________
|                                             (1710 - ....) m 1732        
|
|--Richard MAUZY 
|  (1824 - 1910)
|                                            _____________________________
|                                           |                             
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________________
|                     |                                                   
|_Christina KISLING __|
  (1783 - 1874) m 1805|
                      |                      _____________________________
                      |                     |                             
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________________
                                                                          

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Isaac MCGRAW

AFT 1785 - ____

ID Number: I96724

  • RESIDENCE: TN and Wilkinson Co. MS
  • BIRTH: AFT 1785
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2439]
Father: David MCGRAW
Mother: Mary ANDREWS


Family 1 : Matilda EDWARDS

Notes


xii. ISSAC MCGRAW, b. Aft. 1785; d. Unknown; m. MATILDA EDWARDS; d. Unknown.

                                             _Aurthur MCGRAW _______________________+
                                            | (1680 - ....)                         
                       _Solomon MCGRAW Sr.__|
                      | (1711 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_______________________________________
                      |                                                             
 _David MCGRAW _______|
| (1738 - 1823) m 1770|
|                     |                      _______________________________________
|                     |                     |                                       
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_______________________________________
|                                                                                   
|
|--Isaac MCGRAW 
|  (1785 - ....)
|                                            _John ANDREWS _________________________+
|                                           | (1700 - 1757)                         
|                      _James ANDREWS I_____|
|                     | (1725 - 1798)       |
|                     |                     |_Abigail_______________________________
|                     |                       (1700 - ....)                         
|_Mary ANDREWS _______|
  (1750 - ....) m 1770|
                      |                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) MCGRAW IRE > SC > LA_
                      |                     |                                       
                      |_Priscilla MCGRAW? __|
                        (1725 - ....)       |
                                            |_______________________________________
                                                                                    

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Huntington King PENDLETON

7 Sep 1861 - ____

ID Number: I4301

  • RESIDENCE: Bethany, WVA
  • BIRTH: 7 Sep 1861, Bethany W VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S174] [S2103]
Father: William Kimbrough PENDLETON L.L.D.
Mother: Catherine Huntington KING


Family 1 : Martha Wellman PAXTON
  1.  Catherine King PENDLETON
  2.  Mary Whitehead PENDLETON
  3.  George PENDLETON
  4.  Frances Jean PENDLETON

                                                                        _Henry Harwood PENDLETON _+
                                                                       | (1762 - 1822) m 1785     
                                      _Edmund PENDLETON of Cuckooville_|
                                     | (1786 - 1838) m 1808            |
                                     |                                 |_Alcey Ann WINSTON _______+
                                     |                                   (1769 - 1813) m 1785     
 _William Kimbrough PENDLETON L.L.D._|
| (1817 - 1899) m 1855               |
|                                    |                                  _Joseph KIMBROUGH ________+
|                                    |                                 | (1760 - 1808) m 1785     
|                                    |_Unity Yancey KIMBROUGH _________|
|                                      (1787 - 1866) m 1808            |
|                                                                      |_Elizabeth YANCEY ________+
|                                                                        (1765 - 1804) m 1785     
|
|--Huntington King PENDLETON 
|  (1861 - ....)
|                                                                       __________________________
|                                                                      |                          
|                                     _Leceister KING _________________|
|                                    | (1800 - ....)                   |
|                                    |                                 |__________________________
|                                    |                                                            
|_Catherine Huntington KING _________|
  (1832 - 1907) m 1855               |
                                     |                                  __________________________
                                     |                                 |                          
                                     |_________________________________|
                                                                       |
                                                                       |__________________________
                                                                                                  

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[S2103]


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Elizabeth (Betsy) SHUBRICK

5 Feb 1748 - 1779

ID Number: I17286

  • RESIDENCE: St. James Parish, Berkeley Co. SC
  • BIRTH: 5 Feb 1748
  • DEATH: 1779, Lost At Sea
  • RESOURCES: See: [S541] [S1337]
Father: Thomas SHUBRICK
Mother: Sarah Katherine MOTTE


Family 1 : Thomas LYNCH III

                                                __
                                               |  
                          _____________________|
                         |                     |
                         |                     |__
                         |                        
 _Thomas SHUBRICK _______|
| (1710 - 1779) m 1746   |
|                        |                      __
|                        |                     |  
|                        |_____________________|
|                                              |
|                                              |__
|                                                 
|
|--Elizabeth (Betsy) SHUBRICK 
|  (1748 - 1779)
|                                               __
|                                              |  
|                         _Jacob MOTTE ________|
|                        | (1700 - 1770) m 1724|
|                        |                     |__
|                        |                        
|_Sarah Katherine MOTTE _|
  (1728 - 1760) m 1746   |
                         |                      __
                         |                     |  
                         |_Elizabeth MARTIN ___|
                           (1710 - 1757) m 1724|
                                               |__
                                                  

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Hon. Henry St. George TUCKER

29 Dec 1780 - 28 Aug 1848

ID Number: I73949

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: State Rep; US Rep; Author; prof. of law
  • RESIDENCE: Williamsburg and Winchester, VA
  • BIRTH: 29 Dec 1780, Williamsburg, Virginia
  • DEATH: 28 Aug 1848, Winchester, Virginia
  • BURIAL: Mount Hebron Cemetery. Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery in Lexington, Virginia.
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S2067]
Father: St. George TUCKER Judge "the Immigrant"
Mother: Frances BLAND


Family 1 :
  1. +John Randolph TUCKER

Notes


Tucker, Henry St. George (1780-1848) Nephew of Thomas Tudor Tucker; half-brother of John Randolph of Roanoke; cousin of George Tucker; father of John Randolph Tucker; grandfather of Henry St. George Tucker (1853-1932). Born in Virginia, 1780. U.S. Representative from Virginia 3rd District, 1815-19; state court judge. Died in 1848. Interment at Mt. Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, Va. Tucker County, W.Va. is named for him. See also: congressional biography.


TUCKER, Henry St. George, 1780-1848


TUCKER, Henry St. George, (father of John Randolph Tucker, grandfather of Henry St. George Tucker [1853-1932], cousin of George Tucker, and nephew of Thomas Tudor Tucker), a Representative from Virginia; born in Williamsburg, Va., December 29, 1780; pursued classical studies; was graduated from the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va., in 1798; later studied law under his father, St. George Tucker, and was graduated in 1801; was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Winchester, Va.; captain of Cavalry in the War of 1812; elected as a Republican to the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Congresses (March 4, 1815-March 3, 1819); chairman, Committee on District of Columbia (Fourteenth Congress), Committee on Expenditures on Public Buildings (Fifteenth Congress); was not a candidate for renomination in 1818; member, State senate, 1819-1823; chancellor of the fourth judicial district of Virginia 1824-1831; maintained a private law school; president of the court of appeals of Virginia 1831-1841; professor of law at the University of Virginia at Charlottesville from 1841 to 1845, when he resigned; was the author in 1842 of the honor system for students adopted at the university; author of Tuckerís Commentaries and of a treatise on natural law and on the formation of the Constitution of the United States; died in Winchester, Va., August 28, 1848; interment in Mount Hebron Cemetery.


Bibliography DAB.
http://www.wvu.edu/~lawfac/jelkins/lp-2001/tucker_h_st_g.html.








                                                                             ____________________________
                                                                            |                            
                                           _________________________________|
                                          |                                 |
                                          |                                 |____________________________
                                          |                                                              
 _St. George TUCKER Judge "the Immigrant"_|
| (1752 - 1827) m 1778                    |
|                                         |                                  ____________________________
|                                         |                                 |                            
|                                         |_________________________________|
|                                                                           |
|                                                                           |____________________________
|                                                                                                        
|
|--Henry St. George TUCKER 
|  (1780 - 1848)
|                                                                            _Richard BLAND I of Jordans_+
|                                                                           | (1665 - 1729) m 1701       
|                                          _Theodorick BLAND III of Causons_|
|                                         | (1708 - ....) m 1739            |
|                                         |                                 |_Elizabeth RANDOLPH ________+
|                                         |                                   (1680 - 1720) m 1701       
|_Frances BLAND __________________________|
  (1752 - 1788) m 1778                    |
                                          |                                  _Drury BOLLING _____________+
                                          |                                 | (1695 - 1734)              
                                          |_Frances Elizabeth BOLLING ______|
                                            (1724 - 1774) m 1739            |
                                                                            |____________________________
                                                                                                         

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