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James R. BURKS

1850 - 1922

ID Number: I14440

  • RESIDENCE: Green Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1850
  • DEATH: 1922
  • RESOURCES: See: [S290]
Father: William Malory BURKS M.D.
Mother: Mary Ann Rebecca SANDIDGE


Family 1 :
  1.  Will BURKS
  2.  Mousley BURKS
  3.  Obelia BURKS

                                                                         ___________________________________________
                                                                        |                                           
                              _(RESEARCH QUERY) BURKS of Amherst Co. VA_|
                             |                                          |
                             |                                          |___________________________________________
                             |                                                                                      
 _William Malory BURKS M.D.__|
| (1807 - 1858) m 1837       |
|                            |                                           ___________________________________________
|                            |                                          |                                           
|                            |__________________________________________|
|                                                                       |
|                                                                       |___________________________________________
|                                                                                                                   
|
|--James R. BURKS 
|  (1850 - 1922)
|                                                                        _John SANDIDGE ____________________________+
|                                                                       | (1760 - 1832) m 1783                      
|                             _Christopher "Kit" SANDIDGE ______________|
|                            | (1797 - 1886) m 1821                     |
|                            |                                          |_Mary (Molly) WOOD ________________________+
|                            |                                            (1760 - 1824) m 1783                      
|_Mary Ann Rebecca SANDIDGE _|
  (1821 - 1889) m 1837       |
                             |                                           _(RESEARCH QUERY) WHITLOCK of Green Co. KY_
                             |                                          |                                           
                             |_Elizabeth Warner WHITLOCK _______________|
                               (1805 - 1881) m 1821                     |
                                                                        |___________________________________________
                                                                                                                    

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Gen. George Rogers CLARK

19 Nov 1752 - 13 Feb 1818

ID Number: I89398

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • RESIDENCE: Caroline Co. VA and Louisville, KY and Falls of the Ohio, Clarksville, IN
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War; Indian Fighter; Lewis and Clark Expedition
  • BIRTH: 19 Nov 1752, Albemarle Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 13 Feb 1818, Locust Grove, near Louisville, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3320]
Father: John CLARK
Mother: Ann ROGERS


Notes


"George Rogers Clark was the second son of John and Ann Rogers Clark. Both families were Virginia landholders, and after their marriage they moved to a 400 acre farm left to Clark by his father, Jonathan. This land was located on the Rivanna River, two miles east of Charlottesville and two and one-half miles northwest of Shadwell, where Thomas Jefferson was born. Their first son, Jonathan, was born in 1750, and their second son, George, in 1752.


In 1757 the Clarks sold their land and moved to a small plantation in the southwest corner of Caroline County, VA, which had been left to them by an uncle, John Clark.


George's boyhood was probably typical of rural Virginia at the time. He would have learned to plant, trap, hunt, ride and wrestle. He probably received most of his schooling at home from relatives. From his later journals, we learn that he almost invariably bought some books when he returned to Williamsburg, so he must have been well-read, and his writing is well above average for the period.


Although the facts are not proven by records of the school, some historians contend that when George was 11, he and Jonathan were sent to live with their grandfather, John Rogers, in order to attend a private school on the Mattapony River run by Donald Robertson, and that George was sent home after six or eight months. (Others known to have been enrolled at the time were James Madison and John Tyler.) If these tales are true, this schooling was probably the only formal education Clark received.


In 1770, when George was 18 his youngest brother, William, was born. This brother would later win fame as a leader of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The family consisted of six sons and four daughters and was closely knit, maintaining affectionate ties throughout their lives. At about this time, George learned surveying from his grandfather.


Despite the British rules and laws against settlement west of the Allegheny Mountains, many young men in Virginia were crossing over to Kentucky in quest of land and adventure. In 1772, just turning 20 years of age, Clark left on a surveying trip to the West. During the next four years, he located land for himself, his family and other friends in Virginia and acted as a guide for settlers. He participated in Lord Dunmore's War and gained recognition as a formidable Indian fighter.


Increased Indian harassment of the Kentucky settlers led Clark to call a meeting of representatives from all the forts at Harrodsburg, KY in June 1776. He and another delegate were elected to go to Virginia to seek a more definite connection between Kentucky and Virginia. They wanted recognition and protection as a county, and failing this, Clark advocated a separate state. Gov. Patrick Henry and the Executive Council granted him 500 pounds of gunpowder for the defense of Kentucky, and the General Assembly made Kentucky a county of Virginia.


The fact that the Kentucky settlers entrusted Clark with such great responsibility at the age of 24, and that he was sufficiently persuasive to bring the General Assembly and a number of important men around to his way of thinking was indicative of his personal charisma, speaking abilities, leadership and qualities of mind. He was well over six feet tall, had red hair and was reliably reported to have been rugged and handsome. The fear and respect which he inspired in his Indian enemies indicated that he was a formidable warrior. Contemporary records show that he enjoyed an unusual rapport with his men, inspiring them to believe that they were unbeatable and firing them with an eagerness for battle. Even after he had lost favor in the East, he was still the leader of choice on the frontier among the men who knew his abilities best. He was also a leader in setting up the forms of government on the frontier, and whenever possible he used diplomacy and bluff rather than battle in dealing with the Indians. When he retired to Clarksville in later life, the Indian chiefs and warriors still came to smoke the pipe of peace and friendship with their conqueror, calling him "the first man living, the great and invincible long-knife."


In the year of the "Bloody '77s" Clark returned the gunpowder to Kentucky settlements. The settlements were attacked continually and had difficulty planting or harvesting crops to sustain them through the coming winter. Clark learned that the "hair buyer" Lt. Gov. Henry Hamilton was paying the Indians for prisoners and scalps in Detroit and supplying them from posts in the Illinois country. After receiving reports from two spies he had sent to the Illinois country, Clark returned to Virginia to outline a plan of attack to Governor Henry. He received authority from the General Assembly to raise a force for the defense of Kentucky and a commission as Lieutenant Colonel over a force of seven companies with 50 men each. Secretly, Henry gave him written orders to attack Kaskaskia and posts in the Illinois Country.


With battles raging in the East, Clark had difficulty raising the authorized force and finally set out from Redstone and Fort Pitt with only 150 frontiersmen and some 20 settlers and their families. Reaching the Falls of Ohio, they established a supply base on Corn Island and were joined by a handful of reinforcements from the Holston River settlements. Clark revealed his plan to attack Kaskaskia and was hard-pressed to prevent desertions.


On June 26, 1778, 175 men left for Kaskaskia. They "shot the falls" during a total eclipse of the sun and concluded that this was a good omen for the campaign (perhaps at Clark's suggestion?). With oars double-manned they avoided detection and reached the mouth of the Tennessee River where they hid the boats and marched overland for six days. They were dressed in Indian fashion and proceeded single-file in order to leave fewer tracks to reveal their presence.


They surprised Kaskaskia on the night of July 4, occupying the fort and the town without a shot being fired. Clark offered the French inhabitants "all of the privileges of American citizenship" in return for their oath of allegiance of safe conduct out of the area. This offer and the news of the recent French-American alliance won their support. Captain Bowman was then dispatched to Cahokia, Prairie du Rocher and St. Phillip. These communities also accepted Clark's terms without resistance.


Kaskaskia's priest, Father Gibault, went to Vincennes and secured the allegiance of the French there to Clark, and Captain Helm was sent to take command of Fort Sackville. Meanwhile, at Kaskaskia, Clark used August and September to gather Indian tribes from as far as 500 miles away. He offered them the red belt of war or the white belt of peace, and by his understanding of the Indian concept of manhood and some skillfully applied "bluff" he succeeded in winning their neutrality during the coming campaign.


Learning of Clark's occupation of Kaskaskia, Hamilton gathered his forces and traveled down the Maumee and Wabash Rivers from Detroit, reaching Vincennes on December 17. Helm was forced to surrender. Hamilton made an ill-fated decision to postpone an attack on Kaskaskia until spring and used the time to strengthen the fortifications at Sackville. He sent his Indian allies home for the winter. A Spanish trader, Francis Vigo, was permitted to leave Vincennes for St. Louis, and he promptly reported Hamilton's plans to Clark.


Clark realized that his small force could not hold the Illinois posts if Hamilton was given sufficient time to gather his forces, and he boldly decided to move on Vincennes immediately during "the depth of winter." He wrote to Patrick Henry, saying that if he failed "this country and also Kentucky is lost."


On February 6, 1779, Clark outfitted and supplied the armed galley "Willing," which was to rendezvous with the rest of the force on the Wabash down river from Vincennes. Mounted on a handsome horse, Clark led 172 men, nearly half of which were French volunteers, from Kaskaskia. They marched the 240 miles through flooded country, often shoulder high in water, sending out hunting parties for food and sleeping on the bare ground. It required 17 days to make what was normally a five or six day trip. Clark kept the spirits of the men high, encouraging them to sing, and regaling them with the actions of "an antic drummer boy who floated by on his drum."


On February 23, they surprised Vincennes. Clark ordered that all of the company's flags be marched back and forth behind a slight rise to convince the British that there were 600 men rather than under 200. They opened fire on the fort with such accuracy that the British were prevented from opening their gunports. On the morning of the third day, February 25, Hamilton surrendered and was sent to Williamsburg as a prisoner. The British never regained control of these posts, and the American claims in the old Northwest served as the basis of the cession of these lands to the United States at the Treaty of Paris in 1783. The British withdrew from Detroit, and the Great Lakes became the northern boundary of the United States.


Clark continued to lead military actions in the Northwest until the end of the War in 1783, and in 1784 he was named as a principal surveyor of public lands set aside for the men who served in the Virginia state military forces. Much of the time until 1813 he acted as chairman of the Board of Commissioners, which supervised the allotment of lands in the Illinois grant and promoted improvements. He was consulted on the subject of Indian affairs all along the Ohio.


Clark had assumed personal responsibility for many expenses incurred in his campaigns and was never able to obtain full repayment from Virginia or the United States Congress. He was hounded by creditors for the remainder of his life and finally held in his own name only the land he retired to in Clarksville, IN in 1803. He built a two-room cabin on a beautiful point of land overlooking the Falls of the Ohio, where he lived with two servants, operating a grist mill in the town. He corresponded frequently with Jefferson and over the years sent him many specimens of his private museum from this area. In 1809 he suffered a stroke which necessitated the amputation of his right leg. This was performed without anesthetic, and at Clark's request two fifers and two drummers played outside for two hours during the operation.


He lived thereafter at Locust Grove, eight miles from Louisville, KY, with his sister Lucy and her husband, Maj. William Croghan, until he suffered a third stroke and died at the age of 62 on February 13, 1818. His body was moved from the family plot to Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville in 1869.


In his funeral oration, Judge John Rowan said, "The mighty oak of the forest has fallen, and now the scrub oaks may sprout all around .... The father of the western country is no more."


The nation's failure to reward Clark for his remarkable accomplishments in an adequate manner was probably due to many factors:
1. An obsession with events in the East and a failure to recognize the magnitude of his achievement, or the importance of the Northwest Territory to the future development of the country.
2. The distance which separated the western country from the seat of power in the East. Whereas Clark was a hero to the people in the West, his accomplishments were unknown to many in the East.
3. The slander committed against him by men who plotted against him in order to gain power in Kentucky.




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Taken from The George Rogers Clark Teaching Units created by the Indiana Department of Public Instruction and the Indiana State Museum [1979]."


George Rogers Clark resources
http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/www/ihb/resources/grcbio.html


" The Men of the Lewis and Clark Expedition...", (Glendale: Arthur H. Clark, 1970), 37-61."


[S3320]


                                               ________________________________
                                              |                                
                       _Jonathan CLARK _______|
                      |                       |
                      |                       |________________________________
                      |                                                        
 _John CLARK _________|
| (1724 - 1799)       |
|                     |                        ________________________________
|                     |                       |                                
|                     |_Elizabeth Ann WILSON _|
|                                             |
|                                             |________________________________
|                                                                              
|
|--George Rogers CLARK 
|  (1752 - 1818)
|                                              _Giles ROGERS I "the Immigrant"_
|                                             | (1643 - ....)                  
|                      _Giles ROGERS II_______|
|                     | (1673 - 1794)         |
|                     |                       |_Rachel EASTHAM ________________
|                     |                         (1650 - ....)                  
|_Ann ROGERS _________|
  (1728 - 1799)       |
                      |                        ________________________________
                      |                       |                                
                      |_______________________|
                                              |
                                              |________________________________
                                                                               

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Georgie DICKINSON

ABT 1880 - ____

ID Number: I30361

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1880
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1157]

Family 1 : Samuel Winter JAMES Jr.

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Letitia GREEN

ABT 1785 - ____

ID Number: I27044

  • RESIDENCE: Fauquier Co. VA and KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1785
  • RESOURCES: See: [S324] [S2867]
Father: Willis GREEN
Mother: Sarah REED


Family 1 : James BARBOUR

Notes


3. Letitia, m. Major Jas. Barbour an officer of the war of 1812.

                                             _Robert Duff GREEN "the Immigrant"___+
                                            | (1693 - 1748) m 1720                
                       _Duff GREEN Gent.____|
                      | (1730 - 1771)       |
                      |                     |_Eleanor DUNN _______________________+
                      |                       (1700 - 1793) m 1720                
 _Willis GREEN _______|
| (1752 - 1813) m 1783|
|                     |                      _Henry "Harry" WILLIS of Willis Hill_+
|                     |                     | (1690 - 1740) m 1726                
|                     |_Sarah Anne WILLIS __|
|                       (1731 - 1820)       |
|                                           |_Mildred LEWIS ______________________+
|                                             (1691 - 1733) m 1726                
|
|--Letitia GREEN 
|  (1785 - ....)
|                                            _____________________________________
|                                           |                                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________________________
|                     |                                                           
|_Sarah REED _________|
  (1762 - ....) m 1783|
                      |                      _____________________________________
                      |                     |                                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________________________
                                                                                  

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Mathew HOWARD "the Immigrant"

ABT 1609 - 4 Sep 1659

ID Number: I35728

  • RESIDENCE: England and 1623 Norfolk Parish, VA and 1650 Annapolis, MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1609, Wardour, Wiltshire, England
  • DEATH: 4 Sep 1659, Anne Arundel Co. Maryland [177041]
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS AF 3W2R-2N [S1286] [S3263]
Father: THOMAS (Arundel) "the Valiant" HOWARD Arundell of Wardour, Knt.
Mother: ANN THOROUGHGOOD


Family 1 : Ann HALL
  1. +Anne HOWARD
  2. +Samuel HOWARD of "Howard's Hope"
  3. +Ellinor HOWARD
  4. +Cornelius HOWARD
  5. +John HOWARD of "Howard's Interest"
  6.  Elizabeth HOWARD
  7.  Matthew HOWARD of North Severn
  8.  Mary HOWARD
  9.  Philip HOWARD of North Severn

Notes


Matthew Howard eldest son of Thomas Arundel or Thomas Howard, was settled in Virginia before 1623, on the East bank of the Elizabeth River near the present Parish of Norfolk. He had a large tract of land and several white servants. He received a grant of land in 1638. He was a close friend, neighbor and evidently kinsman of Edward and Cornelius Lloyd. His first wife by whom he seems to have had no children was named Elizabeth. His second wife, the mother of several children was named Ann and she was possibly Ann Hall, as Richard Hall seems to have been an inmate of Matthew Howard's household and bequeathed his estate to Matthew and his children.


Proofs of the line of descent in the Howard family may be found in J. D. Warfield's "Founders of Anne Arundel County." See the following pages: Matthew Howard page 7-11-29-30. Cornelius Howard (First) 71. Cornelius Howard (Second) 76. Charles Howard 76. Benjamin Howard 76.


Will signed 15 Apr 1680 Anne Arundel, MD proved 15 Oct 1680 Anne Arundel, MD.


Annapolis, MD Familes Vol. I Author: Robert Harry McIntire
Publication: Gateway Press, Baltimore, 1980 Media: Book Page: 342


Zella Armstrong, "Notable Southern Families"


"Matthew Howard came up to the Southside Severn settlements of Maryland in 1650, with his neighbor and relative Edward Lloyd. In 1662 Matthew's five sons came. Three settled adjoining tracts near Round Bay:


Captain Cornelius Howard "Howard's Heirship and Chance"
Samuel Howard "Howard's Hope"
John Howard "Howard's Interest"
Philip and Matthew were on North Severn."
From: J. D. Warfield, Founders of Anne Arundel & Howard Counties, 1973, p. 30


CONFLICT in parents:
Father: John Howard b. 1 Dec 1578 in Brockdish Hall, Norfolk, Norfolk, England
Mother: Elizabeth Locke b. 1580



[177041]
or bef 1658


                                                                                              _THOMAS ARUNDEL Knt._+
                                                                                             | (1500 - 1552)       
                                                                   _MATHEW (Arundel) HOWARD _|
                                                                  | (1540 - 1598)            |
                                                                  |                          |_MARGARET LEIGH _____+
                                                                  |                            (1496 - ....)       
 _THOMAS (Arundel) "the Valiant" HOWARD Arundell of Wardour, Knt._|
| (1551 - 1639)                                                   |
|                                                                 |                           _HENRY WILLOUGHBY ___
|                                                                 |                          | (1517 - 1548) m 1536
|                                                                 |_MARGARET WILLOUGHBY _____|
|                                                                   (1548 - ....)            |
|                                                                                            |_ANNE de GREY _______+
|                                                                                              (1520 - ....) m 1536
|
|--Mathew HOWARD "the Immigrant"
|  (1609 - 1659)
|                                                                                             _____________________
|                                                                                            |                     
|                                                                  __________________________|
|                                                                 |                          |
|                                                                 |                          |_____________________
|                                                                 |                                                
|_ANN THOROUGHGOOD _______________________________________________|
  (1580 - ....)                                                   |
                                                                  |                           _____________________
                                                                  |                          |                     
                                                                  |__________________________|
                                                                                             |
                                                                                             |_____________________
                                                                                                                   

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Samuel HOYLE

ABT 1650 - ____

ID Number: I19807

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1650
  • RESOURCES: See: [S551]
Father: Edward HOYLE
Mother: Ann DEBNAM



                                                        __
                                                       |  
                       ________________________________|
                      |                                |
                      |                                |__
                      |                                   
 _Edward HOYLE _______|
| (1620 - ....)       |
|                     |                                 __
|                     |                                |  
|                     |________________________________|
|                                                      |
|                                                      |__
|                                                         
|
|--Samuel HOYLE 
|  (1650 - ....)
|                                                       __
|                                                      |  
|                      _William DEBNAM "the Immigrant"_|
|                     | (1600 - 1655)                  |
|                     |                                |__
|                     |                                   
|_Ann DEBNAM _________|
  (1628 - ....)       |
                      |                                 __
                      |                                |  
                      |_Katherine______________________|
                        (1600 - ....)                  |
                                                       |__
                                                          

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Sally INNES

____ - ____

ID Number: I83707

Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) INNES


Family 1 : Francis THORNTON V
  1. +Sallie Innes THORNTON
  2.  Elizabeth Ann THORNTON
  3.  Francis VI THORNTON
  4. +Harry Innes THORNTON Judge
  5.  James Innes THORNTON
  6.  Robert Calloway THORNTON
  7.  Catherine THORNTON
  8.  Butler Brayne THORNTON

                              __
                             |  
                           __|
                          |  |
                          |  |__
                          |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) INNES _|
|                         |
|                         |   __
|                         |  |  
|                         |__|
|                            |
|                            |__
|                               
|
|--Sally INNES 
|  
|                             __
|                            |  
|                          __|
|                         |  |
|                         |  |__
|                         |     
|_________________________|
                          |
                          |   __
                          |  |  
                          |__|
                             |
                             |__
                                

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[S2320]

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SHINGLER

ABT 1890 - ____

ID Number: I52248

  • BIRTH: ABT 1890
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1862]

Family 1 : Julia CHASON

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Hon. Henry TRUMAN

BEF 1696 - ABT 1756

ID Number: I58503

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: Justice of Prince George's County for 15 years.
  • RESIDENCE: of Charles and Prince George Co. MD
  • BIRTH: BEF 1696
  • DEATH: ABT 1756, Prince Georges Co. Maryland [282942]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1580] [S2921]
Father: Thomas TRUMAN
Mother: Sarah BRISCOE


Family 1 : Ann MAGRUDER
  1. +Edward TRUMAN
  2. +Alexander TRUMAN
  3. +James TRUMAN
  4. +Jane TRUMAN
  5.  Thomas TRUMAN
  6.  Henry TRUMAN

Notes







2 Sarah TRUMAN b: ? d: BEF. 1765 + Samuel COMPTON b: 19 May 1716 d: 1765
2 Jane TRUMAN b: ? + Alexander Howard MAGRUDER b: 15 Sep 1745 d: 17 Aug 1782 + ? + John MACKALL

[282942]
23 MAR 1756 Probated


                                                  _____________________
                                                 |                     
                       __________________________|
                      |                          |
                      |                          |_____________________
                      |                                                
 _Thomas TRUMAN ______|
| (1670 - 1717) m 1695|
|                     |                           _____________________
|                     |                          |                     
|                     |__________________________|
|                                                |
|                                                |_____________________
|                                                                      
|
|--Henry TRUMAN 
|  (1696 - 1756)
|                                                 _JOHN BRISCOE I______+
|                                                | (1610 - 1699)       
|                      _Philip BRISCOE Gent. Sr._|
|                     | (1648 - 1724) m 1677     |
|                     |                          |_Elizabeth DUBOIS ___
|                     |                            (1620 - ....)       
|_Sarah BRISCOE ______|
  (1680 - 1735) m 1695|
                      |                           _Edward SWANN Sr.____+
                      |                          | (1630 - 1693)       
                      |_Susannah SWAN ___________|
                        (1650 - 1740) m 1677     |
                                                 |_Susannah HEATH? ____
                                                   (1630 - ....)       

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ELIZABETH WEMYSS

ABT 1394 - AFT 1470

ID Number: I75023

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1394, Of Rires, Scotland
  • DEATH: AFT 1470
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:8J5P-6S) [S2844]
Father: JOHN WEMYSS
Mother: ISABEL ERSKINE


Family 1 : ANDREW de GRAY 1st Lord Gray of Foulis
  1. +PATRICK GRAY Master of Gray
  2.  MARGARET GRAY

Notes


Father: John (Sir) (of Leuchars & Kincaldrum) Wemyss
Mother: Isabel (of Inchmartin) Erskine



                                                     ________________________________
                                                    |                                
                       _____________________________|
                      |                             |
                      |                             |________________________________
                      |                                                              
 _JOHN WEMYSS ________|
| (1368 - ....)       |
|                     |                              ________________________________
|                     |                             |                                
|                     |_____________________________|
|                                                   |
|                                                   |________________________________
|                                                                                    
|
|--ELIZABETH WEMYSS 
|  (1394 - 1470)
|                                                    _ROBERT ERSKINE Lord of Erskine_+
|                                                   | (1320 - 1385)                  
|                      _THOMAS ERSKINE _____________|
|                     | (1340 - 1403)               |
|                     |                             |_BEATRIX de LINDSAY of Crawford_+
|                     |                               (1322 - 1352)                  
|_ISABEL ERSKINE _____|
  (1372 - ....)       |
                      |                              _EDWARD de KEITH _______________
                      |                             | (1280 - 1346) m 1339           
                      |_JONETA KEITH Lady of Cadzow_|
                        (1345 - 1413)               |
                                                    |_CHRISTIANA MENTEITH ___________+
                                                      (1321 - 1387) m 1339           

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