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Robert BAKER

4 Oct 1606 - 25 Apr 1672

ID Number: I90137

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: 4 Oct 1606, Newport, Shropshire, England (conjecture)
  • DEATH: 25 Apr 1672, Edgmond, Shropshire, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3342]

Family 1 :
  1. +John BAKER "the Immigrant"
  2.  Joseph BAKER Sr. "the Immigrant"
  3. +Hannah BAKER

Notes


From [Baker.FTW] Bakers of Edgmont:
In 1684 the Baker family arrived in Pennsylvania from the Manor of Edgmond, Shropshire, England. Being Quakers, they had been persecuted for their faith. They came to Pennsylvania for freedom to worship and for the opportunities the new land presented.These are the Bakers who emigrated in 1684: The following five siblings were all children of Robert Baker of Edgmond.


John Baker and his children Rebecca, Mary and Dorothy. His wife, Dorothy, died before or during the trip.
Joseph Baker, his wife Mary, and children Sarah and Joseph. (and perhaps Robert)
Hannah Baker
Sarah Baker
Mary Baker (the younger)


Another emigrant, Joseph Jr., was supposedly the nephew of the above five siblings. We do not know who his father was, although the will of Robert Baker of Edgmond gives us three possiblities.


We do not know a lot about the family in England. Their father Robert had died in 1672, and their mother Mary a few years later. Several brothers and sisters did not emigrate: Peter, Robert, Thomas, Elizabeth, Mary (the older), Elizabeth and Margarett. Because of the two Maries mentioned in the will, it is likely that all these children may be by two different wives of Robert. Robert is supposed to have been descended from Sir Richard Baker the Chronicler, who wrote a history of the Kings of England. We have not been able to establish this descendancy, but it is still under research. In the past, several genealogists have said that the Baker siblings were the children of a John Baker, not Robert, but the will makes it fairly clear that Robert is the father. The Hearth taxes of the Manor of Edgmond in 1671 show that John and his family lived in one house with one hearth; and that Joseph and his mother (and presumeably three younger sisters) lived in another house with one hearth. In 1672, after the death of Robert, Mary, his widow, signed a fostering agreement with a Walter Littleton for the tuition and education of Hanna, Sarah and Mary, who are minors. The other children who did not emigrate in 1684 presumeably were married and settled elsewhere than Edgmond. After 1684 there were no Bakers left in Edgmond.


After coming to the New World, John died in 1685, shortly after his arrival in Philadelphia. Joseph, now head of the family, bought and sold several parcels of land, and at some time before 1699, bought 500 acres in Chester (now Delaware County). This was in Edgmont township, to which he probably gave the name, after his home in Shropshire. Joseph was elected member of the Pennsylvania Assembly several times. The Bakers of Edgmont married and proliferated, many staying in the area, where they still have descendants, while others moved west and helped to build the new country.


Will of Robert Baker of Edgmond, Salop.This will is on file at Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England.


In the name of God Amen. I Robert Baker of Edgmond on the County of Salop beinge aged and weake in Body, but sound and in perfect Mind and Memory (praised be God ffor it) do ordaine and Make my last will and testament in Manner and fform ffollowinge------------------------ffirst,


I give and Bequeath unto Mary my Now wife all my Goods, Cattell and household stuff, (except three Brass potts) together with our Lease of the Brademeadows with issues and profitts thereof duringe all the terme that shall be unexpired at the time of my decease out of which said goods and Lease I will that my said wife shall pay all my debts and legacies------------------It:


I give the said three brass potts (before excepted) unto my three daughters (viz) to Mary the younger, to Sarah and Hanna, each of them one-----------------It:


I give and bequeath unto my son Thomas our Lease of the Marsh peece] with the issues and profitts thereof, duringe the terms therein specified, and whereas the said Thomas my son hath not natural abilities and discretion to Manage it himself it is my will that my said wife and Joseph my son shall take and [?rrve??- compare give-] the rents issues & profitts thereof and dispose the same to the best benefitt and advantage of the said Thomas My son, and if he that said Thomas happens to decease, then I give the said Lease and profitts thereof? unto Peter my son. It:


I give unto John Baker my son twelve pence and to Dorothy his wife and Rebecka his Daughter five shillings apeeceIt:


I give unto Elizabeth my Daughter, Mary the older my daughter, Robert my son and Margrett my Daughter twelve pence apeece-----------It:


I give and bequeath my house and tenement in Hinstock (after the terms already granted), unto Mary my wife the better to inable her to pay my debts and legacies, and after the said debts and legacies shall be ffully satisfied and paid I give the reversion of the said house & tenement unto my said three Daughters Mary the Younger Sarah and Hannah share and share alike,


And I also give the tenement wherein my son John now liveth (after the terms already granted) unto my said three daughters Mary the Younger, Sarah and Hanna During the terms in a lease thereof then to Come and unexpired, It:


I give unto my two sons John and Joseph tenn shillings apeece and
to my son Peter I give my best drippinge pann, And it is my will that after my debts and legacies are paid,
my said son Joseph shall have half the tenement wherein I now live and half the lands thereto belonging equal with his Mother, during her terms in the Lease.


Lastly I ordaine Constitute and appoint the said Mary my wife the Sole executrix of this my last will and testament & do hereby revoke, Make ffrustrate, null and void all former and other wills wheresoever by me made & do declare this to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto putt my hand and seale the third day of October Anno Dm 1671------------------Sealed subscribed and published Robert Baker
in sight and presents of us: his mark (mark)
Jane (mark) Holloway
her mark
Joseph Cooke


An Inventory of all & singular the Goods Cattells & Chattells of Robert Baker Late of Edgmond of the County of Salop taken and appraised the fourth day of June Anno Dm 1672 as ffolloweth:Impr: 2


see: Descendants of Robert Baker of Edgmond. Author: Anne Wiegle.
Location: www.springhillfarm.com/baker/.


Mary UNKN (Wife) b. About 1610 Marriage: BEF 1638
Children:
Peter BAKER b. About 1638 in Edgemont, Shropshire, England
Mary BAKER b. About 1640 in Edgemont, Shropshire, England
Robert BAKER Jr b. About 1642 in Edgemont, Shropshire, England
Elizabeth BAKER b. About 1644 in Edgemont, Shropshire, England
Margarett BAKER b. About 1646 in Edgemont, Shropshire, England
Thomas BAKER b. About 1648 in Edgemont, Shropshire, England


Mary LNU (Wife) b. Before 1620 in Edgemont, Shropshire, England Marriage: 1650
Children:
John BAKER b. About 1650 in Edgemont, Shropshire, England
Joseph BAKER Sr b. About 1655 in Edgemont, Shropshire, England
Hannah BAKER b. About 1664 in Edgemont, Shropshire, England
Mary BAKER b. About 1666 in Edgemont, Shropshire, England
Sarah BAKER b. About 1667 in Edgemont, Shropshire, England





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WILLIAM CORNWALLIS

1447 - 20 Nov 1519

ID Number: I42158

  • RESIDENCE: Suffolk 7 Kent, England
  • BIRTH: 1447, of Brome, Suffork, England
  • DEATH: 20 Nov 1519, Kent, England [204532]
  • BURIAL: Church Of St. Nicholas Of Oakley
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1537] [S2513]
Father: THOMAS CORNWALLIS Esq.
Mother: PHILIPPA TYRELL


Family 1 : ELIZABETH STANFORD
  1. +JOHN CORNWALLIS Knt.
  2. +ELIZABETH CORNWALLIS

Notes


will proved in Canterbury, County of Kent.

[204532]
d. London, Middlesex, England


                                                _THOMAS CORNWALLIS __+
                                               | (1333 - 1383)       
                          _JOHN CORNWALLIS ____|
                         | (1383 - 1446)       |
                         |                     |_JANE HANSARD _______+
                         |                       (1342 - 1384)       
 _THOMAS CORNWALLIS Esq._|
| (1410 - 1484)          |
|                        |                      _ROBERT BUCKTON _____
|                        |                     | (1360 - 1408)       
|                        |_PHILLIPPE BUCKTON __|
|                          (1390 - ....)       |
|                                              |_ BRAHM _____________
|                                                (1360 - ....)       
|
|--WILLIAM CORNWALLIS 
|  (1447 - 1519)
|                                               _____________________
|                                              |                     
|                         _____________________|
|                        |                     |
|                        |                     |_____________________
|                        |                                           
|_PHILIPPA TYRELL _______|
  (1416 - 1516)          |
                         |                      _____________________
                         |                     |                     
                         |_____________________|
                                               |
                                               |_____________________
                                                                     

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Capt. and Dr. Edward Owings GUERRANT C.S.A. and M.D. D.D.

28 Feb 1838 - 26 Apr 1916

ID Number: I26237

  • TITLE: Capt. and Dr.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA-Captain, Physcian, Pastor, Author, Evangelist.; Confederate Army, Staff Officer
  • RESIDENCE: Bathe Co. Wilmore, KY and Douglas, GA
  • RELIGION: Presbyterian Minister
  • BIRTH: 28 Feb 1838, Sharpsburg, Bathe Co. Kentucky
  • DEATH: 26 Apr 1916, Douglas, Coffee Co. Georgia
  • BURIAL: Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180] [S1988] [S3056]
Father: Henry Ellis GUERRANT M.D.
Mother: Mary Beaufort Howe OWINGS


Family 1 : Mary Jane de VAULT
  1.  Mary DeVault Hamilton GUERRANT
  2.  Marshall H. GUERRANT
  3. +Lucy Amanda GUERRANT
  4.  Julia Tenney GUERRANT
  5. +Grace Owings GUERRANT
  6.  John De Vault GUERRANT M.D.
  7.  Ann Davie GUERRANT
  8.  Edward Putney GUERRANT M.D.
  9.  William Upton GUERRANT
  10.  Russell Hamilton GUERRANT

Notes


Author of the "Genealogy of the Guerrant Family", in manuscript, by Rev. Edward Owings Guerrant, Wilmore, Kentucky. "Apostle to the Southern Highlands", by Mcallister & Guerrant is his biography. Prominent Presbyterian Minister; Practiced medicine at Mt. Sterling, Kentucky until 1873; pastor, author, evangelist.


The following story was told to Newland DeVault by Russell (Frederick Russell) DeVault, son of John DeVault:
"One day, about noon, a Confederate soldier, on horseback, rode up to the DeVault Tavern, requesting food, and, as there were several bands of Union Soldiers nearby, he did not dismount. The meal was prepared by Mary DeVault, daughter of John DeVault, who owned the tavern. She served it on a tray, placed on top of her head, while the soldier ate. He thanked her; asked her name, and after the war was over, wrote to her father asking permission to call. Permission was granted, and the result was a marriage. The soldier was Dr. E. O. Guerrant, a surgeon in the Confederate Army during the Civil War." (Russell DeVault was Mary's brother.)
For several years after the war Dr. Guerrant practiced medicine in Kentucky. He then decided to study for the ministry and become a preacher. He left Mary and the children at the Tavern, Mary's old home, while he went to school. During the summer of 1875, he went over to the home of Henry's grandaughter, Louise (Dewald) Kitzmiller. Louise, at the age of 77, and all from memory, gave Dr. Guerrant the genealogy of the DeVault family. The genealogy consisted of a few remarks about Henry Dewald and wife, when they came to America (which was wrong by two years) and the cost of the journey. She referred to Henry as: "Henry DeVault, a Huguenot, born in France, and married to Catherine Marie Greaver, a German woman." She listed all of their children, whom they married, listed all the grandchildren and in most cases whom they married. The only date of birth of any of the children was that of Henry, Jr. of Salem, Indiana, for which she had his dates of birth and death. It was just a list of names only, but most remarkable, as all were given from memory. The information was taken down by Dr. Guerrant. He gave his father-in-law, John DeVault, a copy and Louise Kitzmiller had a copy.
Over the years a number of copies were made from these two. The Kitzmiller copy came into the hands of her brother's family (Daniel Dewald) of Washington County, Tennessee. This copy had probably been kept up to date more than any other. James D. Dewald had it in his possession for many years. The copy of John DeVault had been partly brought down to Frederick's branch as well as other branches he knew. Frederick Russell DeVault, Dr. Guerrant's brother-in-law, gave Newland DeVault his first copy, through his nephew John DeVault of Mexico, Missouri in the year 1935.


Dr. Edward O. Guerrant's "Society Of Soul Winners"
Bath County Minister Once Directed Over 100 Churches
By James Clell Neace - 1997
Back issues of The Kentucky Explorer contain a number of references to Dr. Edward Owing Guerrant (1838-1916), who was born and reared at Sharpsburg, Kentucky, in the Bluegrass Region, near Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County.
At a time when church houses and high schools were practically unknown in Eastern Kentucky, Dr. Guerrant took upon himself the stupendous task of producing six of the first church houses in Breathitt County. Furthermore, he helped establish at least three advanced educational facilities; each typically featuring a secondary school with dorms, a church, a hospital, and an orphanage. These included Highland Institute, Guerrant, Breathitt County; Witherspoon College, Buckhorn, Perry County; and Stuart Robinson College, Blackey, Letcher County.
Funding for this immense building program was largely obtained from private donations and through fundraising forays of Dr. Guerrant and others. Landowners in a community where a building was being erected would often furnish free timber, stones, and other building materials. Much of the labor was furnished by volunteers.
In our efforts to understand how Guerrant could accomplish so much, let us take a brief look at the background of this remarkable man. Born in 1838, Edward Guerrant graduated from Centre College at Danville in 1860. In 1862, influenced by Rev. Stuart Robinson, a Louisville minister, he joined the Confederate army of Brigadier General Humphrey Marshall, commander of the Fifth Kentucky Regiment. Once encamped at Hager Hill in Johnson County, but then stationed in Virginia, this regiment was largely composed of Breathitt Countians and other Eastern Kentuckians. Later, the Fifth Kentucky joined the famous Kentucky Orphan Brigade (CSA), where Guerrant advanced to the rank of captain and served admirably as adjutant general, in turn, to three different army commanders.
Once, when marching through Breathitt County by way of Troublesome Creek, Guerrant, to his great surprise, did not see a single church house in the entire county. This was etched into his memory and, many years later, became one of the factors that influenced him to return to Breathitt County in 1882 "to serve my former comrades-at-arms."
After the Civil War Guerrant obtained his Doctor of Medicine degree by attending Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and Belleview Medical College in New York. He then began medical practice at Mount Sterling. In 1873 he obtained his Doctor of Divinity degree from the Union Theological Seminary at Richmond, Virginia, and became a minister. In 1881 Guerrant was promoted to crusading evangelist for Eastern Kentucky. There he held religious revivals in a large tent in remote mountain communities. Often he would put on his "other hat" and hold medical clinics there, also.
Guerrant's building program in Eastern Kentucky soon followed. In 1885 he left full-time crusading and relocated at Wilmore, Jessamine County, Kentucky, where he established his headquarters. From this base he continued fundraising, the building program, and the recruitment of missionaries for the Kentucky mountains.
Guerrant's crowning achievement came in 1897 with the founding of "The Society of Soul Winners," with headquarters at Wilmore. At one time he was directing the work of over 100 ministers of various church denominations scattered throughout the mountains of Kentucky, Tennessee, and North Carolina. His objective was to get churches of all the various denominations to work together toward common goals.
The Society hired a field secretary, whose duty was to ride horseback hundreds of miles and visit the various 100 or more churches affiliated with the Society; give them encouragement; and coordinate their efforts. This proved to be such a grueling task that the turnover rate was high.
Guerrant often made fundraising forays and/or recruitment speeches at various religious conventions. It was a speech of his at a joint YMCA-YWCA convention in Ohio that motivated Mr. and Mrs. George E. Drushal to join the Society and establish a church/school dorm/gym complex at Riverside Institute, Lost Creek, Breathitt County. When applying for the job the Drushals went to Wilmore. There they were told by Guerrant that the last two couples he had dispatched to Lost Creek directly departed in disgust. The Drushals were not fazed and asked to go.
The Society paid the Drushals a monthly stipend, until their own church became interested in the venture and provided funds. As was the case for the Drushals, many of the missionaries sent by the Society to rural Kentucky mountain communities stayed on and exerted great influence there.
Dr. Guerrant's final major project for "serving his comrades" was the construction of the educational complex at Blackey, which he named Stuart Robinson, for an evangelist friend of his. The project was completed just two years before his death in 1916. Stuart Robinson and the various other educational complexes that Guerrant helped produce served their intended purposes well; but in recent years, having funding problems, they were phased out, one by one. The buildings have been put to use for other purposes.
This brings us back to the question of how Guerrant was able to serve his wartime comrades so well. First of all, he lived in an age of close-knit people of similiar interests and possessed of absolute standards. This contrasts sharply with present-day relativism and multiculturalism; with widely-shifting standards for conduct, faith, morality; and civic responsibility. Secondly, Guerrant had gone through a horrendous war in company with his comrades, and he knew them well. Thirdly, Guerrant had an abiding faith that moved mountain people to join with him in his projects.
Now approaching the century mark in age, a few of the workers who were involved in Dr. Guerrant's programs are still with us. They are a valuable resource, the potential of passing on know-how and wisdom they have gleaned down through the years. Their death is like the burning of a library.
With this in mind, Kentucky Explorer reader James G. Cornett of Burnside, Kentucky, a graduate of Stuart Robinson, searched out the lady who taught him English at Stuart Robinson for an interview. He recorded her autobiography, which he generously shares with us.
The name of this former Stuart Robinson English teacher is Lois McClintock Ellis. She turned 97 years old in October 2000. Well-loved as a teacher, at the time of this writing, Miss Ellis was mentally alert, took walks, and taught a Bible class. She was a typical example of the talented people who were attracted to Dr. Guerrant's programs.
Here is Miss Ellis' autobiography, as it was told to James G. Cornett:
"I was born October 16, 1903, at Day, Arkansas, the daughter of McClintock Todd Ellis (born May 12, 1870; died December 28, 1946) and Lois Adeline Murphy Ellis (born October 7, 1866; died June 16, 1935). I had one brother, William Lelend Ellis (born November 25, 1899; died June 15, 1982).
"My father was a Presbyterian minister, who preached for 50 years. My mother had little formal education and was a very refined Christian lady. I was named for both my father and mother. I have been known most of my life by my nickname, 'Mackie.'
"I attended elementary school at Doraville, Arkansas. After finishing the 10th grade, I enrolled in Linwood College near Gastonia, North Carolina. I then attended Women's College (now Erskine College) at Due West, South Carolina, from 1921 to 1923, where I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
"I was never interested in teaching in public schools. My interest was always in mountain mission and church-affiliated schools. I taught at the Blue Ridge Academy, a mountain mission school at Ararat, Virginia; at Highland Institution at Guerrant, Kentucky; and at Montreat College in Black Mountain, North Carolina.
"During my summers, I attended several colleges, including: Peabody Teacher's College in Nashville; the University of Southern California; Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina; Biblical Seminary in New York; and Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. I received a Master's degree in English from the University of South Carolina in 1948.
"I started teaching at Stuart Robinson High School in 1948, and I stayed there until the school closed in 1957. After leaving Kentucky, I taught for 12 years at Nacoochee School at Rabun Gap, Georgia.
"I retired in 1969 and moved to Taccoa, Georgia. I then taught evening extension courses from Stuart McConnell College at the high school building in Taccoa.
"After being retired nine years, I went to Brazil at the age of 74 and taught English to missionaries' children for one school year.
"I have travelled extensively. I spent six weeks in Holland, five weeks touring Europe, went to the Holy Land, and to Hawaii. On one trip I saw the Passion Play at Oberammergau, Germany.
"I fell and broke my hip in 1984. At the request of a cousin, who lived in Abbeville, South Carolina, I moved there. My father was born and reared in this city, and I had been in and out of Abbeville County many times.
"My hair is perfectly white. I weigh about 118 pounds. I get around using a three-pronged walker in the house, and a two-wheeled walker, when I take my half-mile walks each day.
"The population of Abbeville is about 7,000. The store buildings are quaint and interesting. The people are very friendly. The opera house has many plays, and people come from great distances to see these.
"I am a member of the Abbeville Presbyterian Church."


Caption for first photo:
Dr. Guerrant is seen here preaching to the people of Athol, a small community on the Lee-Breathitt County line. Note the man to his right is General O. O. Howard, the famed Civil War soldier. Howard was a Federal soldier, while Guerrant served the South during the Civil War.


Caption for second photo:
Edward Owings Guerrant, seen here in his Confederate Army uniform. He was born February 28, 1838, in Sharpsburg (Bath County), Kentucky, and died November 27, 1916. He is buried in the Lexington, Kentucky, Cemetery.


Caption for third photo:
A scene near Elkatawa, Breathitt County, Kentucky, ca. 1910, at one of Dr. Guerrant's tent meetings. These mountain folks are ready for church.


Bluegrass Confederate: The Headquarters Diary of Edward O. Guerrant $49.95
Afterword: William C. Davis
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 0807124117 Pages: 584
Publish Date: 11/1/1999
Publisher: Louisiana State University Press


Product Description
Edward Guerrant's massive, eloquent journal -- twenty-eight manuscript volumes -gathered considerable interest shortly after the Civil War among fellow veterans as a reliable source for reconstructing their shared ordeal. In the years to follow, however, the never-published diary gradually slipped from view. Now, "after a long while" of more than a century, Captain Guerrant's diary is brought to light again in Bluegrass Confederate. For historians as well as acolytes of Civil War memory, the author's scrupulous daily entries will prove valuable indeed.
Diaries by Kentucky Rebels are a rarity; the soldiers themselves were atypical. Essentially cut off from their homes and families back in the Union Bluegrass, they had only their personal reserves of spirit and will to keep their patriotism alive. Edward Guerrant, a teacher and habitual diarist, was motivated by love, first of one woman and then another, to record his wartime experiences, beginning January 30, 1862, and ending April 11, 1865. Exceptionally intelligent and well educated, Guerrant spent much of the war attached to the headquarters of Confederate generals Humphrey Marshall, William Preston, George Cosby, and, most notably, John Hunt Morgan. From that vantage, he was able to see the inner workings of campaigns in the little-known Appalachian region of eastern Kentucky, southwestern Virginia, and east Tennessee, where some of the most vicious small-scale fighting occurred. He witnessed the controversial massacre of black Federal soldiers at Saltville in October 1864 and assisted Morgan on his famed raids into Kentucky.


Guerrant brought considerable powers of observation and insight to bear on his commentary. He evocatively portrays the homesickness all soldiers felt, often stirring testimony to the influence of religion in the war, and mirrors wonderfully the interests and concerns of a young man out in the world for the first time. The secluded life of Appalachian common folk -- their courtship, hardship, and culture -- is given riveting glimpse.


Through sensitive, judicious editing, William Davies and Meredith Swentor have made Guerrant's journal gleam, carefully sitting through the captain's words and retaining what is essential, relevant, and interesting, while unobtrusively supplying background and interpretive notes. By their skilled efforts, one of the longest extant Confederate diaries as well as one of the most significant officer's diaries from the Rebel side is ready for reading.


Article - "Frederick DeVault", by Martha (Butcher) Crowe; History of Washington County Tennessee 1988


[523436]
her father's home (called Sunnyside) across the road from the DeVault Tavern.


                                                    _Peter (Pierre) GUERRANT (GUERIN) Jr._+
                                                   | (1737 - 1819) m 1756                 
                              _William GUERRANT ___|
                             | (1782 - 1808) m 1800|
                             |                     |_Mary PERROW (PERAULT) _______________+
                             |                       (1739 - 1805) m 1756                 
 _Henry Ellis GUERRANT M.D.__|
| (1808 - 1876) m 1835       |
|                            |                      _(Query Research) PUTNEY _____________
|                            |                     |                                      
|                            |_Mary PUTNEY ________|
|                              (1780 - ....) m 1800|
|                                                  |______________________________________
|                                                                                         
|
|--Edward Owings GUERRANT C.S.A. and M.D. D.D.
|  (1838 - 1916)
|                                                   ______________________________________
|                                                  |                                      
|                             _Elihu OWINGS Judge__|
|                            | (1780 - ....)       |
|                            |                     |______________________________________
|                            |                                                            
|_Mary Beaufort Howe OWINGS _|
  (1812 - 1850) m 1835       |
                             |                      ______________________________________
                             |                     |                                      
                             |_Mary R. HALL _______|
                               (1790 - ....)       |
                                                   |______________________________________
                                                                                          

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(RESEARCH QUERY) HARDAWAY

____ - ____

ID Number: I61612


Family 1 :
  1. +John HARDAWAY

Notes


Seeking the date of death for James Madison Hardaway son of Joseph Edwin and Martha Ann Stith Hardaway of Breckinridge Co, KY, and Eveline Veron Hardaway, his wife , daughter of William Henry and Harriet Enfield Stith Hardaway of Breckinridge Co, Ky. both believed to havd died in the said county after 1900.

[S2305]

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GEORGE LESLIE

____ - 28 Nov 1558

ID Number: I98762

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • DEATH: 28 Nov 1558, in Dieppe
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3659] [S3696]
Father: WILLIAM LESLIE
Mother: MARGARET BALFOUR


Family 1 : MARGARET CRICHTON

Notes


Marriage 1 George LESLIE
Children
Christian LESLIE b: BEF 1570
Agnes LESLIE


                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _WILLIAM LESLIE _____|
| (.... - 1513)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--GEORGE LESLIE 
|  (.... - 1558)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _MICHAEL BALFOUR ____|
|                     | (.... - 1513)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_MARGARET BALFOUR ___|
                      |
                      |                      _ANDREW OGILVY ______
                      |                     | (.... - 1461)       
                      |_JANET OGILVY _______|
                                            |
                                            |_MAJORIE GLENN ______+
                                                                  

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Leroy UPSHAW

ABT 1750 - AFT 1803

ID Number: I75987

  • RESIDENCE: Essex and Amherst and Bedford Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750, Essex Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: AFT 1803
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2906] [S3165]
Father: Forrest UPSHAW
Mother: Ann


Family 1 : Elizabeth BRADLEY
  1. +William UPSHAW
  2.  Peter UPSHAW

Notes


Children:
Elizabeth 'Betsey' Upshaw b: 1 DEC 1770 Bedford Co. Va.d: 24 AUG 1857 Morgan Co. Tenn + John Staples b: 14 SEP 1759; Married: 19 DEC 1786 in Buckingham Co. Va.
Forrester Upshaw b: ABT 1772 Bedford Co. Va.d: AFT 1850 Louisiana? + Ann Faulkner?
Parson (Name Or Title ?) Upshaw b: ABT 1774 Amherst Co. Va. d: AFT 1820
Richart Upshaw b: ABT 1776 Amherst Co. Va. + Unknown + Rebecca Elder Married: 27 FEB 1820 in Elbert Co. GA
William Upshaw b: ABT 1778 Amherst Co. Va.d: aft 1830 + Demima b: abt 1787 d: aft 1850
Adkins Upshaw b: ABT 1780 in Amherst Co. Va.Death: ABT 1800 in Elbert Co. Ga.Marriage 1 Charity Patton Married: ABT 1798 in Elbert Co. Va.
Nancy Upshaw b: ABT 1782 in Buckingham Co. Va. Death: MAY 1843 in Greene Co. Al. Marriage 1 Beverley Greenwood Married: BEF 1799 in Elbert Co. Ga.
Martha Upshaw b: ABT 1784 in Buckingham Co. Va.Marriage 1 George? Greenwood
Married: BEF 1799 in Elbert Co. Ga.
Drury Upshaw b: ABT 1786 in Buckingham Co. Va.Death: 1846 in Douglas Co. Mo Marriage 1 Frankie Parnue Married: ABT 1808 in Pendleton Dist. SC.
Leroy Upshaw b: ABT 1786 in Buckingham Co. Va. d. AFT 1850 in Butler Co. Al.
Peter Upshaw b: ABT 1790

                                              _Jeremiah UPSHAW ____
                                             | (1640 - ....)       
                       _William UPSHAW Gent._|
                      | (1668 - 1720) m 1702 |
                      |                      |_Cordelia____________
                      |                        (1640 - ....)       
 _Forrest UPSHAW _____|
| (1718 - 1759) m 1749|
|                     |                       _____________________
|                     |                      |                     
|                     |_Hannah FORREST ______|
|                       (1670 - 1763) m 1702 |
|                                            |_____________________
|                                                                  
|
|--Leroy UPSHAW 
|  (1750 - 1803)
|                                             _____________________
|                                            |                     
|                      ______________________|
|                     |                      |
|                     |                      |_____________________
|                     |                                            
|_Ann_________________|
  (1725 - 1795) m 1749|
                      |                       _____________________
                      |                      |                     
                      |______________________|
                                             |
                                             |_____________________
                                                                   

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[S3165]


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LORA de VALOINES

ABT 1200 - ____

ID Number: I102494

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1200
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3299]
Father: WILLIAM de VALOINES of Panmure
Mother: LORETTE de QUINCEY


Family 1 : HENRY de BALIOL of Cavers

Notes


b. Lora de Valoniis m. Henry de Baliol, Chamberlain of Scotland


                                                                               _ VALOINES __________________________________________________________
                                                                              |                                                                     
                                  _PHILIP de VALOINES of Panmure______________|
                                 | (1180 - ....)                              |
                                 |                                            |_____________________________________________________________________
                                 |                                                                                                                  
 _WILLIAM de VALOINES of Panmure_|
| (1180 - 1219)                  |
|                                |                                             _____________________________________________________________________
|                                |                                            |                                                                     
|                                |____________________________________________|
|                                                                             |
|                                                                             |_____________________________________________________________________
|                                                                                                                                                   
|
|--LORA de VALOINES 
|  (1200 - ....)
|                                                                              _ROBERT I de QUINCEY Lord of Buckley_________________________________+
|                                                                             | (1130 - 1197)                                                       
|                                 _SAIRE IV de QUINCEY 1st Earl of Winchester_|
|                                | (1155 - 1219) m 1173                       |
|                                |                                            |_ORABELLA LLOUCHARS _________________________________________________+
|                                |                                              (1133 - 1203)                                                       
|_LORETTE de QUINCEY ____________|
  (1180 - ....)                  |
                                 |                                             _ROBERT III "Blanchmains" Harcourt de BEAUMONT 3rd Earl of Leicester_+
                                 |                                            | (1135 - 1190) m 1155                                                
                                 |_MARGARET de Harcourt de BEAUMONT __________|
                                   (1155 - 1234) m 1173                       |
                                                                              |_PETRONELLA de GRANTMESNIL __________________________________________+
                                                                                (1134 - 1212) m 1155                                                

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