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Mary

____ - ____

ID Number: I51772

  • RESIDENCE: Hanover Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S321]

Family 1 : Henry ARNALL Sr.
  1. +Rebecca ARNALL
  2.  Susan ARNALL

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William BARTON I "the Immigrant"

1605 - ABT 1675

ID Number: I95835

  • RESIDENCE: England and Charles Co. MD
  • BIRTH: 1605, of (Warwickshire?), England
  • DEATH: ABT 1675, Charles Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3515]

Family 1 :
  1. +William BARTON II

Notes


children:
1. daughter BARTON m. Thomas THOMAS
2. William4, BARTON b. ca. 1634; m.1. Anne SMOOT (the widow of William
HUNGERFORD, Sr.); m.2. Mary; died between 5 and 22 Sep. 1717 Charles
Co., MD
3. Nathan BARTON b. ca. 1637; m. Marthal; d. between 5 Nov. 1681 and 4 Oct. 1685 Stafford Co., VA
4. Margaret BARTON

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Frances CALLOWAY

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I62006

  • RESIDENCE: of Cumberland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2330]
Father: James CALLOWAY of "Royal Forest"
Mother: Mary LANGHORN


Family 1 : James STEPTOE of "Federal Hill"
  1. +Frances Callaway STEPTOE

Notes


an older sister of Catherine Callaway, wife of Henry Langhorne's brother William.


                                                              _Joseph CALLAWAY Sr._________+
                                                             | (.... - 1735)               
                                    _William CALLAWAY _______|
                                   | (1713 - 1778) m 1735    |
                                   |                         |_____________________________
                                   |                                                       
 _James CALLOWAY of "Royal Forest"_|
| (1735 - 1809)                    |
|                                  |                          _____________________________
|                                  |                         |                             
|                                  |_Elizabeth TILLEY _______|
|                                    (1713 - 1750) m 1735    |
|                                                            |_____________________________
|                                                                                          
|
|--Frances CALLOWAY 
|  (1780 - ....)
|                                                             _John LANGHORNE of "Gambell"_+
|                                                            | (1695 - 1767) m 1719        
|                                   _Maurice LANGHORNE Gent._|
|                                  | (1719 - 1791)           |
|                                  |                         |_Mary BEVERLEY ______________
|                                  |                           (1700 - ....) m 1719        
|_Mary LANGHORN ___________________|
  (1746 - 1821)                    |
                                   |                          _____________________________
                                   |                         |                             
                                   |_Elizabeth TROTTER ______|
                                     (1730 - ....)           |
                                                             |_____________________________
                                                                                           

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William Herbert COTTRELL Sr.


!LIVING

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Henry "Big Henry" HAYNES

16 Aug 1805 - 4 Feb 1870

ID Number: I47856

  • OCCUPATION: Surveyor of Meade Co. KY 1840 to 1867
  • RESIDENCE: of Bedford Co. VA and 1805 Breckinridge and Meade Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 16 Aug 1805
  • DEATH: 4 Feb 1870
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1639] [S2308]
Father: William HAYNES
Mother: Agness PATE


Family 1 : Mary Polly Ann BROWN
  1.  James Henry HAYNES

Notes


"Big" Henry Haynes of Meade Co., Ky., had journeyed to Woodford Co., Ky., and married Polly Ann Brown in 1831. It is to be presumed that "Big" Henry Haynesí visit to Woodford Co., was for the primary purpose of visiting his aged great-uncle and great-aunt John Long and Mary Haynes Long. John Long probably was in ill health due to old age at this time."


"No better introduction of "Big" Henry Haynes can be made than that which appeared in the issue of Meade County Messenger under date of October 11, 1934, contributed by J. D. Hardin, and which was submitted to this writer by the widow of a grandson of William & Agnes Pate Haynes:


"This early history of Meade County, dedicated to Henry Haynes Surveyor of Meade County, beginning about 1840. I write this in order that a prominent worthy and efficient official of Meade County lest we forget him in the ordinary history of this country. I have, had the pleasure of seeing the man about whom I am now writing, however, I have heard about him since my early boyhood. By the kindness of his son James Haynes, and his grandson, Bert Haynes, who have placed in my keeping and custody his official records as County Surveyor of Meade County beginning about 1840 to 1867ó1 have read these records and marvel at the completeness and correctness which have astounded me in their perfection and details. Upon the fly leaf of his first ledger of three, I have the notes of the surveying of Meade County as made by Nathan Raitt, Esq., made August 23, 1824, "BOUNDARY OF MEADE COUNTY"
As run by Nathan Raitt, Esq., and deported the 23rd of Aug., 1824.
Beginning at a point on the Ohio river half way between the mouth of Salt River and the mouth of Otter Creek, at three sycamore trees, marked as the beginning and running thence S. 12 degrees E. 2613 poles to three black oaks on the Litchfield road, two miles from the nearest point of the road leading from the mouth of Salt River to Elizabethtown upon a straight line, thence S. 16 degrees W. 1357 poles to the month of the brushy fork of Otter Creek, thence S. 74 1-2 degrees W. 2488 to the Big Spring, thence N. 52 degrees W. 3729 poles to three white oak trees on the west side of Cal Carr's plantation, thence N. 55 degrees W. 4125 poles to the lower end of Flint Island, having merited on the bank of the Ohio River several beech and sugar trees thence up the river following its meandering to the beginning.


Following that I find large land grants made to different parties in the state of Kentucky, before this became a state, located in the territory in which he was a surveyor, to wit: MEADE COUNTY. The first entry upon his official records was his survey and plat of Robert Hardinís estate in Little Bend now Roberta, Kentucky. Following the division and allotment of said estate with wonderful neatness and correctness. So far I have not been able to see or come in contact with records of any Meade County Surveyor, or found the records of any official records kept by the County Surveyor. In reading these records I am astounded and amazed at their wonderful correctness. I write this statement or letter that we do not forget a worthy competent and efficient character that played such an important part and factor in the early history of this county. Probably five hundred or more original grants and deeds of land in Meade County were surveyed by him, as the County Surveyor, under the direction of the court and in connection with commissioners, appointed by the court and each survey is accompanied with the plat of the land showing the survey in a concised and intelligent manner.


It seems to me that I have heard him called and referred to as "Big" Henry Haynes, Meade County Surveyor. I do not know his height or weight but by the "tracts" he made and the records that he left, measured by his efficiency, he was the biggest Surveyor that Meade County ever had or any county in the State of Kentucky. His plats of land lying on thy Ohio River and other streams within the County are nothing short of marvelous. If county officials and prospective officials would take a pattern of the work done and the lasting monument that Henry Haynes made by his work and follow it to a successful conclusion they would have no regrets of any official work that they would do. It can be said of him truly that he did the best that could be done and he did well.


He must have bad a wonderful mind which was backed with a substantial education, possibly he did not make any hours or points as commonly referred to by students now, but he must have had wonderful teachers or preceptors to have instilled in him the importance of correctness and exactness. I have only merely touched his records that he made but it is a field of information that would be a credit to any one to follow as a Surveyor or Civil Engineer. It is reported in this country that George Washington was a surveyor, but I wager my reputation for beauty, that George Washington has nothing to show or nothing that can be shown that will equal the monuments left by Henry Haynes as a Surveyor of Meade County.


The usefulness of his records is indeed valuable at this time, practically 75 percent of all boundaries of land in Meade County were surveyed and plotted by him while County Surveyor of Meade County, and they are very valuable assets in practicing law, surveying, administrating and dividing estates and allotting land because you will find possibly any boundary of land that might have to be divided or surveyed, a well constructed plat and surveying of that particular land in the record. Yours truly, J. D. Hardin."






[S2308] [S2308]


                                             _William HAYNES ______+
                                            | (1710 - ....) m 1734 
                       _Henry HAYNES Sr.____|
                      | (1745 - 1816) m 1768|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth MILLINER? _
                      |                       (1720 - 1780) m 1734 
 _William HAYNES _____|
| (1773 - 1856) m 1797|
|                     |                      _John HAMPTON ________+
|                     |                     | (1727 - 1794) m 1747 
|                     |_Bersheba HAMPTON ___|
|                       (1747 - 1784) m 1768|
|                                           |_Mary TURNER _________+
|                                             (1734 - 1761) m 1747 
|
|--Henry "Big Henry" HAYNES 
|  (1805 - 1870)
|                                            _Mathew PATE II_______+
|                                           | (1725 - 1768) m 1749 
|                      _Mathew PATE III_____|
|                     | (1750 - 1804)       |
|                     |                     |_Ann BUCK ____________
|                     |                       (1730 - ....) m 1749 
|_Agness PATE ________|
  (1774 - 1843) m 1797|
                      |                      ______________________
                      |                     |                      
                      |_Ann DOBNEY _________|
                        (1750 - ....)       |
                                            |______________________
                                                                   

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Amelia LENOIR

1765 - 1848

ID Number: I55093

  • RESIDENCE: Wilkes Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 1765
  • DEATH: 1848
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2008]

Family 1 : James GWYN I
  1.  James GWYN II
  2.  Amelia GWYN

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Phillip LIGHTFOOT III

ABT 1725 - 1786

ID Number: I16397

  • RESIDENCE: of Ceder Creek, Caroline Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1725
  • DEATH: 1786
  • BURIAL: Teddington, Sandy Point, James City Co., Va
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1117] [S3808]
Father: Philip LIGHTFOOT II
Mother: Mary ARMISTEAD


Family 1 : Mary Warner LEWIS

Notes


"PHILIP4 LIGHTFOOT, son of William3 Lightfoot, lived at Cedar Creek, Caroline county; died in 1786; was a lieutenant in Harrison's artillery, Continental Line, and received two grants of land for his services. He married Mary Warner Lewis, only daughter of Col. Charles Lewis and Lucy Taliaferro, his wife. Issue, an only child, Philip, of Port Royal, born Sept. 24, 1784, and died there July 22, 1865. He married Sally S. Bernard, daughter of William Bernard, of "Belle Grove", King George Co., Va., afterwards of "Mannsfield", a fine old Colonial residence near Frederickburg, burned during the late war.


Issue,
I. Dr. Philip Lewis5, m. 1st Mary Virginia Smith; 2d Isabella Drummond.
II. William Bernard5, b. Dec. 16, 1811; d. Feb. 5, 1870, in Mobile, Alabama. Married 1st Roberta Beverley, dau. of Robert Beverley, of Essex Co., Va; married 2d Sarah Bee Ross, of Mobile.
III. John Bernard5, m. Harriet Field. IV. Edgar Vivian, d.s.p.
V. Fannie Bernard, m. Capt. Robert G. Robb.
VI. Ellen Bankhead5 m. Dr. Carter Wormeley, of King William county.
VII. Mary Lewis5, m. Mr. Vail, and died in England."


Children:
Philip LIGHTFOOT Jr. b. 1780 Birth: 24 Sep 1784 Death: 22 Jul 1865 m. Sally S. Bernard (Wife) b. in "Belle Grove", King George Co., VA




                                                           _John LIGHTFOOT I__________________
                                                          | (1596 - 1647) m 1620              
                       _Phillip LIGHTFOOT "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1643 - 1708) m 1679              |
                      |                                   |_Elizabeth PHILLIPS _______________
                      |                                     (1602 - 1683) m 1620              
 _Philip LIGHTFOOT II_|
| (1689 - 1748)       |
|                     |                                    _Henry CORBIN "the Immigrant"______
|                     |                                   | (1629 - 1675) m 1645              
|                     |_Alice CORBIN _____________________|
|                       (1660 - ....) m 1679              |
|                                                         |_Alice ELTONHEAD __________________+
|                                                           (1627 - 1685) m 1645              
|
|--Phillip LIGHTFOOT III
|  (1725 - 1786)
|                                                          _John A. ARMISTEAD Esq. of "Hesse"_+
|                                                         | (1641 - 1693) m 1665              
|                      _William ARMISTEAD ________________|
|                     | (1671 - 1711) m 1701              |
|                     |                                   |_Judith____________________________
|                     |                                     (1640 - 1700) m 1665              
|_Mary ARMISTEAD _____|
  (1696 - 1775)       |
                      |                                    _Hancock LEE of Ditchley___________+
                      |                                   | (1653 - 1709) m 1675              
                      |_Anna LEE _________________________|
                        (1680 - 1757) m 1701              |
                                                          |_Mary KENDALL _____________________+
                                                            (1655 - 1694) m 1675              

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James Hardy WACTOR

1833 - ____

ID Number: I80297

  • BIRTH: 1833
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2214]
Father: Jacob WACTOR
Mother: Elizabeth MORGAN


Notes


James Hardy Wactor b. 1833.

                                             _Johann Georg WACTOR ("WECHTER") "the Immigrant"_
                                            | (1725 - 1750)                                   
                       _Abraham WACTOR _____|
                      | (1749 - 1852) m 1785|
                      |                     |_Mary Magdalena OTT _____________________________+
                      |                       (1732 - 1805)                                   
 _Jacob WACTOR _______|
| (1787 - 1861) m 1812|
|                     |                      _________________________________________________
|                     |                     |                                                 
|                     |_Mary________________|
|                       (1760 - 1850) m 1785|
|                                           |_________________________________________________
|                                                                                             
|
|--James Hardy WACTOR 
|  (1833 - ....)
|                                            _Solomon MORGAN Sr.______________________________+
|                                           | (1735 - 1803) m 1755                            
|                      _Batson MORGAN ______|
|                     | (1756 - 1828) m 1780|
|                     |                     |_Mehitabel LUDLOW _______________________________
|                     |                       (1730 - 1772) m 1755                            
|_Elizabeth MORGAN ___|
  (1797 - 1861) m 1812|
                      |                      _Abel WADDELL ___________________________________+
                      |                     | (1737 - 1798) m 1762                            
                      |_Elizabeth WADDELL __|
                        (1764 - 1825) m 1780|
                                            |_Rachel STANDARD ________________________________+
                                              (1744 - 1826) m 1762                            

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WATSON

____ - ____

ID Number: I99156


Family 1 :
  1.  Charity WATSON
  2.  Edney WATSON

Notes


Msg From: "Paula Martin Willett" pwillett@cableone.net To: jbass@digital.net Subject: Archibald D. Palmer
Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2002
Dear Ms. Bass, I descend from Thomas Harrison who married Nancy Pack through Elijah Harrison who married Edney Watson. I corresponded with Velvo Chaney for years. She advised that when Elijah and Edney divorced Edney was awarded a slave family. The slave family had been purchased with money Edney received from her sister Charity Watson, Eads, Palmer in Louisiana. Charity had been married to Archibald Palmer.


I have the Bible records of Tom Ben Martin and Caroline Aby Harrison. Caroline was the daughter of Miles Harper Harrison. if you would like copies I will be happy to send them to you.


I have wrestled with Thomas and Richard Harrison for years and years with no success on who their parents might have been. If you wish to write me back with their parents names it would tickle me to death....grin......I hope to hear from you soon," Paula Sue Martin Willett

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