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Ada A. ANDREWS

21 Aug 1880 - ____

ID Number: I4618

  • RESIDENCE: Pike Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 21 Aug 1880, Pike Co. MS
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S512] [S1456]
Father: Robert ANDREWS C.S.A.
Mother: Mary Elizabeth CONEY


Family 1 : Ruleford Madison CARROLL
  1. +Alice Wilda CARROLL

                                               _James ANDREWS II_______+
                                              | (1750 - 1826)          
                         _William ANDREWS Sr._|
                        | (1798 - 1852) m 1817|
                        |                     |_Mary___________________
                        |                       (1760 - 1835)          
 _Robert ANDREWS C.S.A._|
| (1838 - 1907) m 1867  |
|                       |                      _James KIRKWOOD ________
|                       |                     | (1760 - ....) m 1790   
|                       |_Isabella KIRKWOOD __|
|                         (1800 - 1860) m 1817|
|                                             |_Jane MCALPINE _________+
|                                               (1775 - ....) m 1790   
|
|--Ada A. ANDREWS 
|  (1880 - ....)
|                                              _William CONEY Sr.______+
|                                             | (1767 - 1848) m 1803   
|                        _Jeremiah CONEY Sr.__|
|                       | (1806 - 1868) m 1834|
|                       |                     |_Rachel BELL? FENNY? ___
|                       |                       (1780 - 1825) m 1803   
|_Mary Elizabeth CONEY _|
  (1842 - 1919) m 1867  |
                        |                      _Daniel QUIN ___________+
                        |                     | (1779 - 1859) m 1805   
                        |_Emily QUIN _________|
                          (1817 - 1899) m 1834|
                                              |_Keturah "Kitty" DEERE _+
                                                (1780 - 1851) m 1805   

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[S512]

[S1456]


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Barbara ATWATER


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Bernard AXSOM


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William Slaughter CAVENDAR

ABT 1880 - ____

ID Number: I6988

  • BIRTH: ABT 1880
  • RESOURCES: See: [S301]

Family 1 : Mary Diorley CROCKETT

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Mary Jane COOPER

ABT 1850 - ____

ID Number: I25404

  • RESIDENCE: Hopkins Co. TX
  • BIRTH: ABT 1850
  • RESOURCES: See: [S315] [S956]

Family 1 : John Calhoun ALVIS

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[S315]

[S956]


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Mary "Molly" DALE

5 Mar 1765 - 1805

ID Number: I79074

  • RESIDENCE: of Richmond Co. VA and Woodford Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 5 Mar 1765, N Farnham Par, Richmond Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1805, Woodford Co. Kentucky [398975]
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS WJN0-PP [S2210] [S3792]
Father: Thomas DALE
Mother: Alice DODSON


Family 1 : Abner HANKS
  1. +Thomas HANKS

Notes


Father: Thomas DALE b. 20 Apr 1730 in N Farnham Par, Richmond, Va Death: About 1772 in Richmond Co Va
Mother: Alse b. About 1736 in (N Farnham Par, Richmond, Va)

[398975]
Gallitin Co, Kentucky


                                                _Reuben DALE ________________+
                                               | (1650 - 1692) m 1683        
                       _Abraham Delaware DALE _|
                      | (1690 - 1740) m 1714   |
                      |                        |_Rebecca Elizabeth SIMMONDS _
                      |                          (1670 - 1704) m 1683        
 _Thomas DALE ________|
| (1730 - 1772) m 1752|
|                     |                         _____________________________
|                     |                        |                             
|                     |_Winnefred SOUTHERN ____|
|                       (1693 - 1763) m 1714   |
|                                              |_____________________________
|                                                                            
|
|--Mary "Molly" DALE 
|  (1765 - 1805)
|                                               _____________________________
|                                              |                             
|                      ________________________|
|                     |                        |
|                     |                        |_____________________________
|                     |                                                      
|_Alice DODSON _______|
  (1735 - 1802) m 1752|
                      |                         _____________________________
                      |                        |                             
                      |________________________|
                                               |
                                               |_____________________________
                                                                             

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[S2210]

[S3792]


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Edward Harrison GORDON

15 Mar 1819 - 28 Dec 1850

ID Number: I88357

  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 15 Mar 1819, of Orange Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 28 Dec 1850, Spotsylvania or Culpeper Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3267] [S3509]
Father: John Churchill GORDON
Mother: Lucy Garnett HERNDON


Family 1 : Fanny Pannill HERNDON
  1.  Lucy Taylor GORDON
  2.  Ann Judson GORDON

                             __
                            |  
                          __|
                         |  |
                         |  |__
                         |     
 _John Churchill GORDON _|
| (1779 - ....) m 1804   |
|                        |   __
|                        |  |  
|                        |__|
|                           |
|                           |__
|                              
|
|--Edward Harrison GORDON 
|  (1819 - 1850)
|                            __
|                           |  
|                         __|
|                        |  |
|                        |  |__
|                        |     
|_Lucy Garnett HERNDON __|
  (1781 - ....) m 1804   |
                         |   __
                         |  |  
                         |__|
                            |
                            |__
                               

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[S3267]

[S3509]


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Col. John MACKALL

1669 - ____

ID Number: I75753

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: member Maryland House of Burgesses 1704-39; Speaker 1725-34.
  • RESIDENCE: of Calvert Co. MD
  • BIRTH: 1669
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2889]
Father: James MACKALL "the Immigrant"
Mother: Mary GRAHAM


Family 1 : Susanna PARROTT
  1. +James John MACKALL
  2.  Priscilla MACKALL

Notes



                                    __
                                   |  
                                 __|
                                |  |
                                |  |__
                                |     
 _James MACKALL "the Immigrant"_|
| (1630 - 1693)                 |
|                               |   __
|                               |  |  
|                               |__|
|                                  |
|                                  |__
|                                     
|
|--John MACKALL 
|  (1669 - ....)
|                                   __
|                                  |  
|                                __|
|                               |  |
|                               |  |__
|                               |     
|_Mary GRAHAM __________________|
  (1649 - 1717)                 |
                                |   __
                                |  |  
                                |__|
                                   |
                                   |__
                                      

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Rt. Rev. Bishop and Gen Leonidas POLK C.S.A.

10 Apr 1806 - 14 Jun 1864

ID Number: I52978

  • TITLE: Rt. Rev. Bishop and Gen
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A.Confederate general and Episcopal bishop; Founder of University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee
  • RESIDENCE: Raleigh, NC and Maury Co. TN and Leighton, and New Orleans, LA
  • BIRTH: 10 Apr 1806, Raleigh, North Carolina
  • DEATH: 14 Jun 1864, KIA Lincoln's War at Pine Mountain, Georgia, during the Atlanta Campaign
  • BURIAL: St. Paul's Church, Atlanta, Georgia reinterred Christ Church Cathedral, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S1995] [S3025] [S3026] [S3027]
Father: William POLK
Mother: Sarah HAWKINS


Family 1 : Frances DEVEREUX
  1.  Frances ("Fanny") Devereux POLK
  2.  Alexander Hamilton POLK
  3.  Katherine POLK
  4.  Sarah H. "Sallie" POLK
  5.  Susan R. POLK
  6.  Elizabeth "Lily" Devereux POLK
  7.  William Mecklenburg POLK
  8.  Lucia POLK

Notes


THE LEONIDAS POLK MEMORIAL COMMITTEE
hosts the Celebration of the 200th birthday anniversary of
BISHOP-GENERAL LEONIDAS POLK


"The Founding Father of THE UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH"


on the Domain at Sewanee, Tennessee


April 10, 2006
In the year of the 150th anniversary of the New Orleans Letter


"A twin portrait to Sewanee's own hangs at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana, Lafourche Parish, locale of Leonidas Polk's Leighton Plantation, as well as his second St. John's Church, which he organized in 1843 and consecrated in 1845. (http://www.stjohnsthibodaux.org/history.html.) The painting's attached plaque reads-


THE RIGHT REVEREND LEONIDAS POLK
THE FIRST EPISCOPAL BISHOP
OF THE DIOCESE OF LOUISIANA
PICTURE - "SWORD OVER GOWN"
GIVEN TO
FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS STATE COLLEGE
BY THE
UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH
SEWANEE, TENNESSEE


Unlike Sewanee's own original version of the painting, its gift to Nicholls has remained unmolested by vandalistic violence.


Biography of Leonidas Polk: "After Alfred the Great, there has lived no one man who achieved such stature in the fields of religion, of the military, and of education as Leonidas Polk" -Dr. W. Cabell Greet, Sewanee Commencement, 1959
http://www.leonidaspolk.org/


Born April 10, 1806, Raleigh, North Carolina
Rev. Dr. McPheters' private academy
University of North Carolina
United States Military Academy, West Point
First West Point cadet to be converted and baptized
Resigns military commission
Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, Virginia
Deacon, the Monumental Church, Richmond
Marries Frances Ann Devereux (five daughters and two sons)
Ordination
European traveller
Tennessee planter, clergyman, and educator (Ashwood Plantation, St. Peter's Episcopal Church, and St. John's Episocpal Church, Maury County)
Founding Trustee and first President of Columbia Female Institute
S.T.D. degree Columbia College, New York
Missionary Bishop of Arkansas and the Southwest and Indian Territory
First Foreign Missionary Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church (Republic of Texas)
First Bishop of the Diocese of Louisiana
Louisiana planter (Leighton Plantation, Thibodaux)
Rector, Trinity Church, New Orleans
Leading Founder of THE UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH
Withdraws Diocese of Louisiana from the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States
Major-General, Provisional Army of the Confederacy
Lieutenant-General, Army of Tennessee
Second Chancellor of THE UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH
Killed in action, June 14, 1864, Pine Mountain, Georgia
Burial in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Augusta, Georgia
Reinterrment in Christ Church Cathedral, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1945


""So great was his belief in the cause of the South- that each state was independent and could secede if it chose- that with the approach of the Civil War Polk announced the secession of his diocese, left his Louisiana bishopric and episcopacy, and 'buckled the sword over the gown.' He accepted appointment as major general in the Provisional Army of the Confederacy in late June, 1861, and was assigned to command Department No. 2, with headquarters in Memphis. He soon led his forces into Kentucky and occupied Columbus. When Generals Albert Sidney Johnston and P.G.T. Beauregard were assigned to the West, Polk became subordinate to them. He commanded a corps at Shiloh, a wing in the Kentucky campaign, a corps at Stones River, and a wing at Chickamauga. Disagreement with General Braxton Bragg after Chickamauga resulted in Polk's relief from command in the Army of Tennessee and his transfer to Mississippi. When Joseph E. Johnston succeeded Bragg in north Georgia, Polk's forces were ordered to his assistance. The bishop-general was killed at Pine Mountain on June 14, 1864." -GENERAL LEONIDAS POLK, C.S.A., The Fighting Bishop, Joseph H. Parks, (1962) 1990"


"...the gallant Buford [Union general], raising his glass, proposed a toast to 'George Washington, the Father of this Country.' Polk with a merry twinkle in his eye, quickly added, 'And the first Rebel!' " -W.M. Polk, LEONIDAS POLK, 1893


" Our cause is just and all are contending for what God has given us, so we need not be ashamed nor yet afraid. We may have some reverses, but what of that. We must quit ourselves like men if we expect the blessings of God and you women must hold up our hands and strengthen our hearts by cheering us on and praying for us. -Letter to Daughter, 1862, Leonidas Polk Papers, Parks, GENERAL LEONIDAS POLK, C.S.A., (1962) 1990


"Believing as I do that we are fighting the Battle of the Cross against modern Barbarians who would rob a Christian people of Country, Liberty, and Life... We may be destroyed if it be God's will... -never defeated -annihilated -never conquered. While a single Southern heart beats in the breast of a man, woman, or child -there will live defiance and resistance to those who would tread us beneath their feet." -Letter from Sarah A. Dorsey to Leonidas Polk, 1862, Papers, Parks, GENERAL LEONIDAS POLK, C.S.A., (1962) 1990


"The most remarkable thing about him was, that not a drop of blood was ever seen to come out of the place through which the cannon ball [shell] had passed. My pen and ability is inadequate to the task of doing his memory justice. Every private soldier loved him... When I saw him there dead, I felt that I had lost a friend whom I had ever loved and respected, and that the South had lost one of her best and greatest generals" -Sam R. Watkins, Private, C.S.A., "CO. AYTCH," 1882


"In the left pocket of his coat was found his Book of Common-Prayer, and in the right four copies of a little manual entitled 'Balm for the Weary and Wounded' [penned by Rev. Dr. Charles Todd Quintard]. Upon the fly-leaf of three of these had been written the names respectively of 'General Joseph E. Johnston,' 'Lieutenant-General Hardee,' 'Lieutenant-General Hood,' 'with compliments of Leonidas Polk, June 12th, 1864.' Upon that of the fourth was inscribed his own name. All were saturated with his blood." -Funeral Services at the burial of Liet. Gen. Leonidas Polk, published 1866


Father was killed today instantly being struck by a 3 inch rifle shot while reconnoitering the enemy." -M. Polk, Southwestern Telegraph Co., from Marietta, June 14, 1864


"We killed Bishop Polk yesterday and made good progress to-day..." -W.T. Sherman, Major-General, Commanding, in THE WAR OF THE REBELLION: THE OFFICIAL RECORDS, Series I, Volume XXXVIII, page 480, 1891


Christ Church Cathedral, New Orleans, Louisiana: "FULFILLMENT OF PROPHECY, SOUTH'S 'FIGHTING BISHOP' MOVED TO LOUISIANA GRAVE, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, MAY 2 -(AP)- The Confederacy's 'fighting bishop,' Leonidas Polk, who died in battle, and his lady, Frances [Devereux] Polk, were laid to rest today beneath the chancel of the Episcopal [C]hrist [C]hurch [C]athedral. Their bodies, brought from the original burial place at Augusta, Ga., remained side by side beneath a royal purple robe bearing a sliver cross while six bishops joined the service recommitting them to the grave. The Rt. Rev. Frank A. Juhan, D.D., [B]ishop of Florida and [C]hancellor of [T]he University of the South, gave the sermon. He termed the return here of Gen. Polk, first [B]ishop of Louisiana and a lieutenant general in the Confederate Army, as fulfilling a prophecy made at his funeral June, 29, 1864. 'At that time,' he said, 'the senior churchman of the [S]outhern diocese, Bishop Elliott, committed the body of Leonidas Polk to the keeping of the Church of the Confederacy 'until the church in Louisiana claims it as its rightful heritage.' ' " -The Atlanta Constitution, Thursday, May 3, 1945


The martyrdom of Leonidas Polk: Evidence is showing that the fatal blow was struck by a timed fuse 3" Hotchkiss shell fired from a Rodman rifled ordnance cannon sighted by Corporal Frank McCollum, of Captain Peter Simonson's 5th Indiana Battery, of Major-General David S. Stanely's Division, of Major-General Oliver O. Howard's IV Army Corps, of Major-General George H. Thomas' ("the Shame of Virginia") Army of the Cumberland, of Major-General William Tecumseh Sherman's Military Division of the Mississippi. (Preserved Pine Mountain artifacts, THE CAMPAIGN FOR ATLANTA, William R. Scaife, 1993, and ARTICLES OF WAR, Albert Castel, 2001)


Sewanee during the War Between the States: During the night of April 12, 1861, the same date that the War began with the firing on Fort Sumter in the Charleston Harbor, enemies threw a firebomb into Bishop Polk's Sewanee home, nearly killing his wife and five daughters, and thereby making Sewanee the site of the first Union attack of the War. Two months later, he accepted his commission as Major-General in the Confederate States Army. Thus, through an indecent act of violence at Sewanee, he who was first trained as a Man of War, but instead became a Man of God, was once again a Man of War in the fight to protect the Civilization of his Southern homeland.




                                              _William POLK _______+
                                             | (1705 - 1753) m 1724
                       _Thomas POLK _________|
                      | (1732 - 1794) m 1755 |
                      |                      |_Margaret TAYLOR ____+
                      |                        (1704 - 1763) m 1724
 _William POLK _______|
| (1758 - 1834) m 1801|
|                     |                       _Thomas SPRATT ______
|                     |                      | (1700 - ....)       
|                     |_Susannah SPRATT _____|
|                       (1730 - ....) m 1755 |
|                                            |_____________________
|                                                                  
|
|--Leonidas POLK C.S.A.
|  (1806 - 1864)
|                                             _Philemon HAWKINS II_+
|                                            | (1717 - 1801) m 1743
|                      _Philemon HAWKINS III_|
|                     | (1752 - ....) m 1775 |
|                     |                      |_Delia MARTIN _______
|                     |                        (1720 - 1794) m 1743
|_Sarah HAWKINS ______|
  (1784 - 1843) m 1801|
                      |                       _____________________
                      |                      |                     
                      |_Lucy DAVIS __________|
                        (1755 - ....) m 1775 |
                                             |_____________________
                                                                   

Sources

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[S3025]

[S3026]

[S3027]


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Isaac SPENCER

8 Jan 1678 - 16 Feb 1751

ID Number: I102260

  • OCCUPATION: Deacon
  • RESIDENCE: Middlesex, CT
  • BIRTH: 8 Jan 1678, East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut
  • DEATH: 16 Feb 1751, East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS
Father: Samuel SPENCER
Mother: Hannah WILLEY


Family 1 : Mary SELDEN
  1. +Samuel SPENCER
  2. +Joseph SPENCER

Notes


Parents:
Father: Samuel SPENCER (AFN: 2P98-DL)
Mother: Hannah WILLEY (AFN: 2P98-FR)


Father: John SPENCER (AFN: RF8F-C6)
Mother:


Marriage(s):
Spouse:Mary SHELEN (AFN: BVS9-M4)Marriage:2 Oct 1707 East Haddam, Middlesex, Ct
Spouse:BLEACHFORD (AFN: GM81-N6)
Spouse: Miss BLEACHFORD (AFN: P42S-7P)
Spouse: Miriam (AFN: P42S-92)


                                                            _Gerard SPENCER Sr.__
                                                           | (1576 - 1645) m 1600
                       _Gerard SPENCER Jr. "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1614 - 1685) m 1636               |
                      |                                    |_Alice WHITBREAD ____
                      |                                      (1571 - 1628) m 1600
 _Samuel SPENCER _____|
| (1644 - 1705)       |
|                     |                                     _____________________
|                     |                                    |                     
|                     |_Hannah HILLS ______________________|
|                       (1618 - 1692) m 1636               |
|                                                          |_____________________
|                                                                                
|
|--Isaac SPENCER 
|  (1678 - 1751)
|                                                           _____________________
|                                                          |                     
|                      ____________________________________|
|                     |                                    |
|                     |                                    |_____________________
|                     |                                                          
|_Hannah WILLEY ______|
  (1642 - 1681)       |
                      |                                     _____________________
                      |                                    |                     
                      |____________________________________|
                                                           |
                                                           |_____________________
                                                                                 

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James WIGLESWORTH

ABT 1728 - ABT 1818

ID Number: I50608

  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1728
  • DEATH: ABT 1818
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1803] [S3341]
Father: John WIGLESWORTH
Mother: Mary LINDSAY


Family 1 : Mary DURRETT
  1.  James WIGLESWORTH
  2. +Sarah "Sally" WIGLESWORTH
  3.  Elizabeth WIGLESWORTH
  4.  Thomas WIGLESWORTH
  5.  Joseph WIGLESWORTH

Notes


Virginia County Records SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1721-1800 WILLS WILL BOOK E 1772-1798, page 44: COLEMAN, CLAYTON, Spotsylvania Co., d. Sept. 15, 1787, Executors Bond dated Dec. 2, 1788.


Wit. Thomas Wiglesworth, James Wiglesworth, Joseph Wiglesworth, Sally Wiglesworth, M. Buckner.


Ex. wife Mary Coleman, Joseph Coleman, James Wiglesworth, Senr.


Leg. wife Mary; son William Burwell Coleman, the land I had of Leonard Waller, to occupy same until his youngest sister arrives to lawful age or marry, then to be divided amongst my three youngest daughters and himself; eldest daughter Elizabeth Harris; daughter Molly Harris Coleman; youngest daughter Sally Lindsay Coleman. (Page 892).
Spotsylvania, Virginia County Records, 1721-1800



                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _John WIGLESWORTH ___|
| (1700 - 1752)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--James WIGLESWORTH 
|  (1728 - 1818)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Mary LINDSAY _______|
  (1707 - ....)       |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

Sources

[S1803]

[S3341]


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William WOOLDRIDGE

1709 - 1798

ID Number: I31690

  • RESIDENCE: Chesterfield Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1709, Virginia
  • DEATH: 1798
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1213] [S1451]
Father: John WOOLDRIDGE "the Immigrant"
Mother: Martha OSBORNE?


Family 1 : Sarah FLOURNEY
  1.  Gideon WOOLDRIDGE
  2.  Thomas WOOLDRIDGE
  3.  Edward WOOLDRIDGE
  4.  Sally Flournoy WOOLDRIDGE
  5. +Martha "Patty" WOOLDRIDGE

Notes


1800 Chesterfield Co. VA
Wooldridge, Robert 24
Wooldridge, Thomas 24
Wooldridge, William 24
Woolridge, Archibald 23
Woolridge, Daniel 23
Woolridge, Edward, Jr 23
Woolridge, Edward, Sr 23
Woolridge, Jeremiah 24
Woolridge, Rayley 24
Woolridge, Robert 23
Woolridge, Seth 23
Woolridge, Thomas, Sr 23
Woolridge, William (son of William) 24
Woolridge, William, Jr 23
Woolridge, William, Sr 23


                                                         __________________________________
                                                        |                                  
                                   _____________________|
                                  |                     |
                                  |                     |__________________________________
                                  |                                                        
 _John WOOLDRIDGE "the Immigrant"_|
| (1678 - 1757) m 1705            |
|                                 |                      __________________________________
|                                 |                     |                                  
|                                 |_____________________|
|                                                       |
|                                                       |__________________________________
|                                                                                          
|
|--William WOOLDRIDGE 
|  (1709 - 1798)
|                                                        _Willliam OSBORNE "the Immigrant"_
|                                                       | (1600 - ....)                    
|                                  _Edward OSBORNE _____|
|                                 | (1646 - 1697) m 1676|
|                                 |                     |__________________________________
|                                 |                                                        
|_Martha OSBORNE? ________________|
  (1688 - 1757) m 1705            |
                                  |                      _Gilbert PLATT "the Immigrant"____
                                  |                     | (1620 - 1692)                    
                                  |_Tabitha PLATT ______|
                                    (1660 - 1692) m 1676|
                                                        |__________________________________
                                                                                           

Sources

[S1213]

[S1451]


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