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Margaret

ABT 1580 - ____

ID Number: I63704

  • OCCUPATION: arrived 1623 on the Anne
  • RESIDENCE: Plymouth, MA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1580
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2420]

Family 1 : Robert HICKS
  1. +Lydia HICKS

Notes


xxx óMargaret Hicks arrived at Plymouth in 1623 on the Anne with her children Samuel and Lydia to join her husband Robert, q.v. In her will dated 8 July 1665, exhibited 6 March 1665/66, the widow Margaret Hicks of Plymouth named her son Samuel Hicks, daughter-in-law Lydia Hicks, son Samuel's seven children, grandchild John Bangs, and the children of her loving deceased daughter Phebe, who had married George Watson (MD 16:157-58). [p.302]


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Charles W. ALVIS Sr.

1800 - ABT 1842

ID Number: I2176

  • RESIDENCE: Goochland & Henrico Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 1800, Goochland Co. VA
  • DEATH: ABT 1842, Henrico Co. VA
  • BURIAL: Charles Alvis Section Of Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S111] [S619] [S1667] [S2728]
Father: Zachariah ALVIS Sr.
Mother: Elizabeth WEBSTER


Family 1 : Emily M. BUFFIN
  1.  Emily A. ALVIS
  2. +Charles W. ALVIS Jr. C.S.A.
  3.  Emma Altezeerah ALVIS
  4. +Adelia "Delia" ALVIS

Notes


ALVIS Plot at Oakwood Cemetery in Richmond, Va.
Charles W. Alvis buried 4/24/1881 age 46 occupation mechanic
Thomas Ross Alvis 10/23/1881 age 1yr 11 months
another plot simply lists: 2 children of Charles Alvis
another is child of Mrs. Vaughn
Edwin S. and Visley M. Alvis


Charles is listed as lot owner. This section was owned by Berry W. Epps but later transfered to Alma Virilla. Buried there are:
Emma Alvis 2/25/1915
Wesley Lee Alvis 6/22/1933
George Edward Alvis 3/3/1935
Manuel Virilla 10/1/1963
Alma Farmer 7/28/1969


As of about 2 years ago there was still one plot left. I know that at one time a Sylvanius Epps was on a census record with the Buffin's and was mentioned in Giles Buffins will. But have not yet figured out his connection to the family, there are a few Epps listed in early records for Charles City Co, I also am guessing that since Charles was married to Alfred's sister, that when 2 of his children died unexpectantly Charles allowed them to use his plots. I know you can write to Oakwood Cemetery and for a donation of about 10.00 they will send you copies of all of the ALVIS plots that are there [S619] [S619]


                                               _George ALVIS (ALVES) _+
                                              | (1656 - 1734)         
                       _David ALVIS (OLVIS) I_|
                      | (1714 - 1787) m 1739  |
                      |                       |_Mary CRENSHAW? _______+
                      |                         (1700 - 1732)         
 _Zachariah ALVIS Sr._|
| (1761 - 1842) m 1789|
|                     |                        _Thomas STANLEY III____+
|                     |                       | (1689 - 1754) m 1715  
|                     |_Elizabeth STANLEY? ___|
|                       (1718 - 1789) m 1739  |
|                                             |_Elizabeth MADDOX _____
|                                               (1693 - 1724) m 1715  
|
|--Charles W. ALVIS Sr.
|  (1800 - 1842)
|                                              _______________________
|                                             |                       
|                      _______________________|
|                     |                       |
|                     |                       |_______________________
|                     |                                               
|_Elizabeth WEBSTER __|
  (1765 - 1840) m 1789|
                      |                        _______________________
                      |                       |                       
                      |_______________________|
                                              |
                                              |_______________________
                                                                      

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[S111]

[S619]

[S1667]

[S2728]

[S619]

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Elizabeth Burgess BALL

16 Mar 1772 - 28 Jul 1806

ID Number: I76308

  • RESIDENCE: of Lancaster and Culpeper Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 16 Mar 1772, Virginia
  • DEATH: 28 Jul 1806, Virginia
  • BURIAL: "Springwood," near, Leesburg,, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2246] [S2171] [S2286] [S2917]
Father: Burgess BALL of Springwood
Mother: Mary CHICHESTER


Family 1 : Armistead LONG I
  1.  Albert Gallatin LONG
  2. +Armistead II LONG

Notes


Page: p. 20

[S2917]


                                                    _James BALL of "Bewdley"_________+
                                                   | (1678 - 1754) m 1707            
                              _Jeduthun BALL ______|
                             | (1725 - 1749) m 1748|
                             |                     |_Mary CONWAY ____________________+
                             |                       (1686 - 1730) m 1707            
 _Burgess BALL of Springwood_|
| (1749 - 1800) m 1770       |
|                            |                      _Charles BURGESS "the Immigrant"_
|                            |                     | (1700 - ....)                   
|                            |_Elizabeth BURGESS __|
|                              (1720 - ....) m 1748|
|                                                  |_Frances FOX ____________________
|                                                    (1700 - ....)                   
|
|--Elizabeth Burgess BALL 
|  (1772 - 1806)
|                                                   _Richard CHICHESTER II Esq.______+
|                                                  | (1690 - 1743) m 1719            
|                             _John CHICHESTER ____|
|                            | (1720 - 1754) m 1752|
|                            |                     |_Ann CHINN ______________________+
|                            |                       (1682 - 1734) m 1719            
|_Mary CHICHESTER ___________|
  (1753 - 1775) m 1770       |
                             |                      _Philip SMITH of Fleet's Bay_____+
                             |                     | (1695 - ....) m 1711            
                             |_Jane SMITH _________|
                               (1725 - 1790) m 1752|
                                                   |_Mary MATHEWS ___________________+
                                                     (1695 - ....) m 1711            

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[S2246]

[S2171]

[S2286]

[S2917]

[S2917]


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William BANKS

1700 - 1748

ID Number: I105185

  • RESIDENCE: King and Queen Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1700, King and Queen Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1748, King and Queen Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: Ancestry.com World Tree

Family 1 : Ann Catherine TUNSTALL

Notes


William Banks
Birth: 1700 in King Queen, [county], VA, USA
Death: 1748 in King Queen, [county], VA, USA


Children Sex Birth
Richard P Banks M 1711 in King Queen, [county], VA, USA
Four Children Banks 1722
George Banks M 1722 in King Queen, [county], VA, USA
William Banks M 1722 in King Queen, [county], VA, USA
Tunstall Banks M 1722 in King Queen, [county], VA, USA
James Banks M 1724 in King Queen, [county], VA, USA
Jane Banks F 1732
Richard P Banks M 1760

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ELEANOR CONSTABLE

ABT 1480 - ____

ID Number: I28329

Father: MARMADUKE CONSTABLE
Mother: JOYCE STAFFORD


Family 1 : THOMAS de BERKELEY 10th Lord Berkeley
  1. +JOAN BERKELEY

Notes


daughter of * SIR CONSTABLE and JOYCE STAFFORD. Direct Line from Eleanor's ancestors, Robert de Ros, Magna Charta Surety is her 9th great grandfather. See descendants of Robert de Ros, Magna Charta Surety.



                                                       ___________________________________
                                                      |                                   
                        ______________________________|
                       |                              |
                       |                              |___________________________________
                       |                                                                  
 _MARMADUKE CONSTABLE _|
| (1455 - 1518)        |
|                      |                               ___________________________________
|                      |                              |                                   
|                      |______________________________|
|                                                     |
|                                                     |___________________________________
|                                                                                         
|
|--ELEANOR CONSTABLE 
|  (1480 - ....)
|                                                      _HUMPHREY STAFFORD Knt. of Grafton_+
|                                                     | (1400 - 1467) m 1426              
|                       _HUMPHREY STAFFORD of Grafton_|
|                      | (1427 - 1486) m 1452         |
|                      |                              |_ELEANOR AYLESBURY ________________+
|                      |                                (1407 - 1467) m 1426              
|_JOYCE STAFFORD ______|
  (1460 - ....)        |
                       |                               _JOHN FRAY of the Exchecker________
                       |                              | (1400 - ....)                     
                       |_CATHERINE FRAY ______________|
                         (1437 - 1482) m 1452         |
                                                      |_AGNES DANVERS ____________________
                                                        (1410 - ....)                     

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[S633]

[S1877]


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Zachariah Roscoe HASTEN Sr. C.S.A.

4 Nov 1839 - 25 Jul 1896

ID Number: I94599

  • RESIDENCE: Giles Co. TN and Limestone Co. AL
  • OCCUPATION: CSA 37th Alabama
  • BIRTH: 4 Nov 1839, Giles Co. Tennessee
  • DEATH: 25 Jul 1896, Elkmont, Limestone Co. Alabama
  • BURIAL: Hasings Cemetery, Limestone Co. AL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3478]

Family 1 : Ann Eliza HARGROVE

Notes


Father: Ezekiel HASTINGS
Mother: Elizabeth DUNNAVANT


Anna Eliza HARGROVE (Wife) b. 14 Jan 1835 in Limestone Co. AL Marriage: 12 OCT 1865 in Athens, Limestone Co. AL
Children:
William Edward HASTEN b. 28 Aug 1866 in Elkmont, Limestone Co. AL
Presley "Press' HASTEN b. 18 Mar 1868 in Elkmont, Limestone Co. AL
Sarah Frances HASTEN b. 27 Dec 1869 in Elkmont, Limestone Co. AL


Elizabeth Jennie Lou HASTEN b. 24 Sep 1871 in Elkmont, Limestone Co. AL
Alz (Baby) HASTEN b. 23 Dec 1874 in Elkmont, Limestone Co. AL
Zachariah Roscoe "Zack" HASTEN Jr b. 5 Apr 1878 in Elkmont, Limestone Co. AL


Aley J. "Kate" ARNETT (Wife) b. 10 Jun 1860 in Giles or Lincoln Co. TN Marriage: 25 OCT 1888 in Limestone Co. AL
Children:
Nellie Myrtle HASTEN b. 16 Aug 1889 in AL
Mary Lou HASTEN b. 7 Mar 1891 in Elkmont, Limestone Co. AL
James Roscoe HASTEN b. 12 Feb 1893 in Elkmont, Limestone Co. AL
Thura Ozell HASTEN b. 4 Apr 1896 in Elkmont, Limestone Co. AL


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Lydia Laurie LEWIS

15 Mar 1795 - 8 Aug 1833

ID Number: I55020

  • RESIDENCE: Albemarle Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 15 Mar 1795
  • DEATH: 8 Aug 1833
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2007] [S2485]
Father: Thomas Walker LEWIS
Mother: Elizabeth MERIWETHER


Family 1 : Samuel Overton MINOR
  1. +Elizabeth Lewis MINOR

                                                       _Robert LEWIS of Belvoir_____________+
                                                      | (1704 - 1765) m 1725                
                         _Nicholas LEWIS _____________|
                        | (1733 - 1808) m 1758        |
                        |                             |_Jane MERIWETHER ____________________+
                        |                               (1705 - 1745) m 1725                
 _Thomas Walker LEWIS __|
| (1763 - 1807) m 1788  |
|                       |                              _Thomas WALKER ______________________+
|                       |                             | (1714 - 1794) m 1741                
|                       |_Mary "Mollie" WALKER _______|
|                         (1742 - 1824) m 1758        |
|                                                     |_Mildred THORNTON ___________________+
|                                                       (1721 - 1778) m 1741                
|
|--Lydia Laurie LEWIS 
|  (1795 - 1833)
|                                                      _Thomas MERIWETHER of "Locust Hills"_+
|                                                     | (1714 - 1757) m 1735                
|                        _Nicholas Hunter MERIWETHER _|
|                       | (1736 - 1772) m 1760        |
|                       |                             |_Elizabeth Mary THORNTON ____________+
|                       |                               (1713 - 1774) m 1735                
|_Elizabeth MERIWETHER _|
  (1771 - 1855) m 1788  |
                        |                              _William DOUGLAS "the Immigrant"_____
                        |                             | (1705 - 1798) m 1735                
                        |_Margaret "Peggy" DOUGLAS ___|
                          (1740 - 1812) m 1760        |
                                                      |_Nicholas HUNTER ____________________
                                                        (1715 - 1810) m 1735                

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[S2007]

[S2485]


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Capt. John Milton LOCKE C.S.A.

4 Feb 1831 - 31 Mar 1889

ID Number: I78678

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA Company A 1st Va. Cavalry
  • RESIDENCE: Berryville, Clark Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 4 Feb 1831, Frederick Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 31 Mar 1889, Lock Farm, Berryville, Clark, Virginia [396249]
  • BURIAL: Greenhill Cemetery, Berryville, Clark, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2996] [S3266]
Father: John LOCKE Sr.
Mother: Rebecca RIDGEWAY


Family 1 : Bettie Compton RILEY
  1.  Ella Marshall LOCKE
  2.  Elizabeth "Lizzie" Marion LOCKE LOCKE
  3.  Fitzhugh Lee LOCKE
  4.  Georgianna "Georgie" Gaynelle LOCKE
  5.  Isabella Compton LOCKE
  6.  William Riley LOCKE
  7.  Herbert Moore LOCKE
  8.  Ada Rebecca Southall LOCKE

Notes


"John was called "Captain John M Locke". Was living in Jefferson county, Charles Town district in 1850 census. Was living in the household of his cousin William F Locke. John was buried on the Lock Farm, Berryville, Clark, Virginia. John, his wife Bettie C, daughters Ellen M, Lizzie M and Georgia are all found in the 1860 Berryville, Clark County, VA census. His occupation is listed as a clerk. John's name appears on the name of all of these census pages as the Ast. Manager.


Served as Captain in Company A, 1st Virginia Confederate States of America in the civil war. Enlisted Camp Jefferson Davis June 23, 1861 as Private, promoted to 2nd Lt. of Company A, 1st Regiment, VA Calvary Volunteers on July 1, 1861. One of his payment vouchers in 1861 was signed by Brig General JEB Stuart. Served as Quartermaster and Commissary of the Regiment July 1861 to April 1862. He was elected Captain on April 22, 1862. Present until wounded in action November 1, 1862. AB wounded until assigned to duty as commander of post at Harrisonburg May 6, 1864. Retired to invalid corps October 10, 1864 NFR.


The following obit appeared in the Wednesday, April 04, 1889 Clarke Courier, P.3-C1
Death of Capt. J. M. Locke.---A telegram received in this place on Sunday announced the death of Capt. J. M. Locke, who expired in Washington on Saturday from an attack of apoplexy. Capt. Locke had been a merchant in this place for a number of years, but last November removed to Washington. Capt. Locke won his military title by service in the field in the Confederate cause, which he espoused with the devotion of a true Southerner. He served with Stuart and his gallant troopers when they made there famous raid around McClellan's army, and the Philadelphia Times, in its war reminiscences from a Southern standpoint, published several years ago an interesting account of that raid, the main facts were furnished by Capt. Locke. A solider and a citizen he enjoyed the esteem of all who knew him. His remains were brought to this place on Tuesday and interred in Green Hill Cemetery, by the side of his son. He was aged about 60 years."


"Another story about John is as follows:
John's wife to be, Bettie Compton Riley was away at finishing school and being in finishing school was somewhat like being in the seminary or convent, where girls are not allowed to see anyone. John and one of his buddies brought a ladder to where Bettie was staying and she climbed out the window and down the ladder from an upstairs window. They stole away and eloped in Baltimore Maryland on February 17th, 1853.


Hotel owner, Harrisonburg, VA in 1870 census, Rockingham Co (pg 180)
Locke, John M, 39, Hotel Proprietor, VA
Bettie C, 34, Housekeeper, VA
Ellen M, 10, VA
George 9, VA
Fitzhugh, 7, VA
William R, 1, VA"


"As per Harrison Johnston IV, these pages are part of Ella M. Locke's diary, written by her and probably typed her daughter Eleanor McPherson Richey.


"I remember just before the War between the States, how the men of the family would come to my Grandmother's house to talk over events, and I would wonder what it was all about. Her home was about twenty miles from Harpers Ferry in Virginia so we were in the midst of things from the first of the war. One of my uncles and my father enlisted in the Southern Army. My father was elected Captain of his Company in the lst Virginia Cavalry by his men.
When our soldiers first were sent to Harpers Ferry we lived at one of the Stations, Wadesville, and all the ladies of the neighborhood would come with flowers and boxes of food and as they passed by, sitting on boards laid across open cars , throw them to the soldiers.


The first time my father came home was one Sunday and he was riding a large gray horse named John. We were horrified that my mother spent all day Sunday sewing. She made a knapsack and a covering for his cap, with a cape which hung down and kept his neck from burning, but am sure he did not wear it long.


My father was down towards Richmond - resting with a friend recovering from illness - when Gen. Stewart came by with a regiment and invited him to go with them on the raid around McClellan's Army, which he did. When they arrived at the Chickahominy River it was very high, but the "rebs" cut down a large cottonwood tree, which kept them from washing away and just as the last man reached the bank, the Yankees came up, but all were across.
The following winter my father was stationed at Manassas and he decided to take his family, my mother and three little girls, and board with my mother's uncle, a retired Methodist minister. There was a grown daughter and several children and we tried to have Christmas - with home made gifts and trimmings for the tree. The older ladies made little baskets of pine cones lined with bright pieces of silk - trimmed the tree with pop corn and apples, and we children had a merry Christmas.


Later in the war my father was wounded - he, with other officers, was riding after a battle over the field in Loudan County when they were bombarded. A cannon ball struck my father's leg through a heavy blanket roll - fortunately it was spent or the whole party would have been killed. My father had to walk on crutches .for several years.


He had to leave the lower valley whenever the Union Army was in possession and after one winter away from his family he decided to take the family with him. When the news came next that the Yankees were coming it was decided that we refugee. My grandfather owned several farms and had some horses he wished to keep and a neighbor had a new covered wagon, a very large blue one, he wished to send outside the lines. So preparations were hurried. The bottom of the wagon was covered with barrels of flour - bacon piled on them.- and beds and bedding and clothes on top and the cook, nurse and children sat on top of these things. My father had his black war horse Reuben, named for the Pennsylvania Dutchman from whom he got him, carrying his two crutches.


My mother and a visiting cousin in an old buggy, driving a mule - that was the procession. The wagon driver was Uncle Isaac, our faithful old servant. When we got to Mt. Jackson on the old Valley Pike, the bridge across the river had been burned and a steep hill had to be climbed, but the wagon started backwards - a Confederate wagon train was near, and the Captain soon sent us some horses to pull up the hill. I afterwards knew his family, and his daughter is a dear friend to this day.


We were four days on the way to Harrisonburg and then went towards the Shenandoah River, to the house where my father had spent the winter. After a few days we found a log house that belonged to a soldier whose wife had died. There was a fine garden and it was near the river. Across the road there was a sawmill with a large room for hands, which was soon filled with wounded or sick soldiers from home. There was one with a wounded ..... and one with an arm gone, two recovering from typhoid fever, who were with us for months.


We went to Riverbank in July and later my Grandfather wanted to come outside the lines and bring some of his stock and I was taken down the Valley to stay with my Grandmother - and for 14 months we were the only white people on the farm. Many times we would be wakened in a dark and stormy night with a tap on the window. It would be a Southern soldier inside the Yankee lines with mail for the neighborhood people, and I have carried to them.


One of my Grandmother's colored girls had married a man who lived several miles away - a fine servant. He would come every Saturday and Sunday and as he was going home one day the torn and broken bushes and leaves showed his fate. Nothing was heard for months from him and then a letter came to his wife telling her of his kidnapping by the Yankees and he was then with the Army at Richmond. Later we heard of his death.


My Grandfather had filled his barn, but one day a whole Company came with wagons and knocked the end out of the new barn and hauled the hay to camp. Others shot chickens, turkeys, pigs or any other stock in sight. The Northern Army had just camped at the station. For weeks we kept a few chickens and a pair of turkeys in a small room in the house to raise from.


An officer and a gentleman came with them and into the house and advised my Grandmother to apply for a guard and offered to go, with a lady who was visiting us. I rode behind her on the horse. When we were on our way we saw a horse hitched to the fence and my own hen tied to the saddle. I set up a wail and wanted to get off and rescue her, but we could (not) carry her they told me.


We were given a red headed cross-eyed Scotchman named Graham - and he was with us 4 months - a very nice man. There were three boys in the Company. They were so impudent and running around the place into everything that my Grand-mother said to the Captain, "If you do not object, I will give those boys a whipping" He said, "I wish you would". She stood in the gate and when they tried to go through she picked up some tough cedar branches and gave each one several licks. They threatened to shoot her but had no arms, and the Company laughed so loud that the neighbor a quarter mile away thought we (were) in trouble.


My uncle's home was several miles from Grandmother's and I was spending some days there. When my cousin and I were hunting eggs in the barn - the Yankees had been all over the place and taken away two years' crops of wheat - I found a cartridge and mounded it on a rock until it exploded. It burned my hand, blew off a finger nail and broke an ear drum. It was very sore several months and I am still deaf in one ear.


One of my cousins stayed with Grandmother we went to a private school near the Station, and one day there was a skirmish. The teacher dismissed us and started us home - but we wanted to see the battle and turned back. We met a neighbor who made us go home.


I remember when the news of Stonewall Jackson's death reached us. My cousins were weeping and I couldn't understand what made grown people cry.


When the war closed, my father and a friend came down the Valley after me. My father had been appointed Enrolling Officer at Harrisonburg and the family were living there. We started up the Valley, and oh! how desolate and dreary it was - wood cut down, fences burned - many houses and barns in ashes. To amuse me the two men counted the dead horses and mules - trying which would see theirs first. When I got there one of the closets had several barrels of flour still hidden and covered with wood - somewhere during this troublous times a remnant of blue morena had fallen to me and my mother made me a blue skirt with a yoke, as there was not enough goods for real skirt. There were two rows of yellow and blue embroidery, one on each side below the yoke and a small Zouave jacket, and I had a waist made of a blue and gray striped shirt that somehow had reached my Grandmother. A straw hat, yellow with age, also was found which was dyed black and trimmed with some " 'fore de war" black velvet.
All my Grandmother's servants stayed with her until after the war.....


We were so anxious to hear from my Aunt and her family only 20 miles away that we decided to have Uncle Frank - a faithful colored man - who with all of my Grandmother's servants stayed with her till after the war - drive us down in the ox cart - which was our only way to go.".......


Sources:
Title: Grandson of Ella Marshall Richey (from Bibles and family lore), 1860 census Berryville, Clark County, VA
Title: Richey Family Records
Title: Family Records - Marriages


"I will one-fourth part of the residue of my land to A. M. Moore in trust nevertheless for the support and maintenance of the family of my son, John M Lock. I contribute and appoint my son John M Lock and A. M. Moore executors of this will....."


[S2996]

[396249]
Apoplexy of the brain


                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _John LOCKE Sr.______|
| (1795 - 1877) m 1816|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--John Milton LOCKE C.S.A.
|  (1831 - 1889)
|                                            _Richard RIDGEWAY ___+
|                                           | (1739 - 1785) m 1761
|                      _Josiah RIDGEWAY ____|
|                     | (1766 - 1796) m 1789|
|                     |                     |_Charity BEESON _____
|                     |                       (1740 - 1788) m 1761
|_Rebecca RIDGEWAY ___|
  (1794 - 1867) m 1816|
                      |                      _Jonas LIKENS Sr.____+
                      |                     | (1732 - 1804) m 1757
                      |_Ann LIKENS _________|
                        (1768 - ....) m 1789|
                                            |_Rebeckah COLLSEN ___+
                                              (1735 - 1819) m 1757

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[S2996]

[S3266]

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WILLIAM MARTIN

1257 - After Feb 1321-1322

ID Number: I69395

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: 1257, Combmartin, Devonshire, England
  • DEATH: After Feb 1321-1322
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2651]

Family 1 : ELEONOR FITZPIERS
  1.  JOAN MARTIN Baroness Of Audley

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Patricia Joyce "Joy" MCCANTS


!LIVING

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Maria E. POINTER

ABT 1815 - ____

ID Number: I80224

  • RESIDENCE: St. Louis, MO
  • BIRTH: ABT 1815
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3042]

Family 1 : Theodore William DUNNICA

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Samuel McPherson SINGLETARY

ABT 1845 - 11 Mar 1881

ID Number: I15725

  • RESIDENCE: Georgetown and Williamsburg Cos. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1845, South Carolina
  • DEATH: 11 Mar 1881
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S446] [S3692]
Father: James Daniel SINGLETARY
Mother: Martha Margery MCCANTS


Family 1 : Mary Jane DANIELS

Notes


From: James Daniel Singletary will 1882. "At the death of my wife, all of my personal property to be sold and proceeds divided between my heirs; the children of my son Samuel McPherson Singletary and Mary Jane Daniels shall be theirs in said division."


CONFLICT: death date: Death: 11 MAR 1881 in SC and Marriage 1 Elizabeth SCHOBOE [S3692]


                                                  _Ebenezer SINGLETARY II_+
                                                 | (1753 - 1820) m 1778   
                            _Samuel SINGLETARY __|
                           | (1784 - 1842) m 1814|
                           |                     |_Agnes MCKNEELY ________+
                           |                       (1755 - 1825) m 1778   
 _James Daniel SINGLETARY _|
| (1817 - 1882) m 1837     |
|                          |                      _James DANIEL __________
|                          |                     | (1748 - 1833)          
|                          |_Agnes DANIEL _______|
|                            (1799 - 1848) m 1814|
|                                                |_Martha JONES __________+
|                                                  (1750 - ....)          
|
|--Samuel McPherson SINGLETARY 
|  (1845 - 1881)
|                                                 _Alexander MCCANTS Sr.__+
|                                                | (1750 - 1810) m 1790   
|                           _James MCCANTS ______|
|                          | (1796 - 1869)       |
|                          |                     |_Margery GOTEA _________+
|                          |                       (1745 - 1816) m 1790   
|_Martha Margery MCCANTS __|
  (1821 - 1890) m 1837     |
                           |                      _James DANIEL __________
                           |                     | (1748 - 1833)          
                           |_Elizabeth DANIEL ___|
                             (1800 - 1821)       |
                                                 |_Martha JONES __________+
                                                   (1750 - ....)          

Sources

[S446]

[S3692]

[S3692]


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Mary VAUGHAN

ABT 1860 - 9 Dec 1889

ID Number: I32245

  • RESIDENCE: Rockbridge Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1860
  • DEATH: 9 Dec 1889
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: Clement Read VAUGHAN


Family 1 : James Asa DUPUY

                            __
                           |  
                         __|
                        |  |
                        |  |__
                        |     
 _Clement Read VAUGHAN _|
| (1830 - ....)         |
|                       |   __
|                       |  |  
|                       |__|
|                          |
|                          |__
|                             
|
|--Mary VAUGHAN 
|  (1860 - 1889)
|                           __
|                          |  
|                        __|
|                       |  |
|                       |  |__
|                       |     
|_______________________|
                        |
                        |   __
                        |  |  
                        |__|
                           |
                           |__
                              

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John WHEAT

ABT 1810 - ____

ID Number: I40929

  • RESIDENCE: St. Helena Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1810
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1497]
Father: Hezekiah WHEAT Sr.
Mother: Mary Ann JONES



                                               _William WHEAT Sr.___+
                                              | (1705 - 1767) m 1724
                       _William WHEAT ________|
                      | (1725 - 1782) m 1754  |
                      |                       |_Amy WALLS __________+
                      |                         (1705 - ....) m 1724
 _Hezekiah WHEAT Sr.__|
| (1760 - 1833) m 1797|
|                     |                        _____________________
|                     |                       |                     
|                     |_Martha "Polly" CRAIN _|
|                       (1735 - ....) m 1754  |
|                                             |_____________________
|                                                                   
|
|--John WHEAT 
|  (1810 - ....)
|                                              _____________________
|                                             |                     
|                      _______________________|
|                     |                       |
|                     |                       |_____________________
|                     |                                             
|_Mary Ann JONES _____|
  (1760 - 1839) m 1797|
                      |                        _____________________
                      |                       |                     
                      |_______________________|
                                              |
                                              |_____________________
                                                                    

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RALPH WOLSELEY of Wolseley

ABT 1450 - ____

ID Number: I38500

  • RESIDENCE: Colwich, co. Stafford, ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1450
  • RESOURCES: See: [S504]

Family 1 : MARGARET ASTON
  1. +JOHN WOLSELEY of Wolseley

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