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AUBER

ABT 1515 - ____

ID Number: I20456

  • RESIDENCE: Rouen, Normandy, France
  • BIRTH: ABT 1515, Rouen, Normandy, France
  • RESOURCES: See: [S667]

Family 1 :
  1.  Nicholas AUBER
  2.  Thomas AUBER
  3.  Louis AUBER
  4.  Charles AUBER
  5.  Noel AUBER
  6.  Michel AUBER
  7. +Pierre AUBER
  8.  Laurent AUBER
  9.  Alexander AUVRAY
  10.  Anthonie AUBER
  11.  Guillaume AUVRY

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Virginia Elizabeth BONDURANT

ABT 1810 - ____

ID Number: I39315

  • RESIDENCE: Buckingham Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1810
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1422]
Father: Robert Moseley BONDURANT
Mother: Rebecca "Betsy?" PUTNEY



                                                         _Joseph Augustus BONDURANT _+
                                                        | (1718 - 1806) m 1745       
                             _William Thomas BONDURANT _|
                            | (1769 - 1803) m 1791      |
                            |                           |_Agnes Elizabeth RADFORD ___+
                            |                             (1720 - 1806) m 1745       
 _Robert Moseley BONDURANT _|
| (1793 - 1838)             |
|                           |                            _Robert Peter MOSELEY ______+
|                           |                           | (1732 - 1804) m 1756       
|                           |_Judith Anne MOSELEY ______|
|                             (1772 - 1855) m 1791      |
|                                                       |_Mary Magdelene GUERRANT ___+
|                                                         (1740 - 1820) m 1756       
|
|--Virginia Elizabeth BONDURANT 
|  (1810 - ....)
|                                                        ____________________________
|                                                       |                            
|                            _(Query Research) PUTNEY __|
|                           |                           |
|                           |                           |____________________________
|                           |                                                        
|_Rebecca "Betsy?" PUTNEY __|
  (1795 - ....)             |
                            |                            ____________________________
                            |                           |                            
                            |___________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |____________________________
                                                                                     

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George BROWN

ABT 1770 - ____

ID Number: I5925

  • RESIDENCE: TN & Wilkinson Co. MS
  • BIRTH: ABT 1770
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11]
Father: John Edmunds BROWN
Mother: Jane GILLESPIE



                                                       __
                                                      |  
                       _William BROWN "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1689 - 1757) m 1731          |
                      |                               |__
                      |                                  
 _John Edmunds BROWN _|
| (1733 - 1788) m 1761|
|                     |                                __
|                     |                               |  
|                     |_Margaret FLEMING _____________|
|                       (1701 - 1801) m 1731          |
|                                                     |__
|                                                        
|
|--George BROWN 
|  (1770 - ....)
|                                                      __
|                                                     |  
|                      _______________________________|
|                     |                               |
|                     |                               |__
|                     |                                  
|_Jane GILLESPIE _____|
  (1740 - 1831) m 1761|
                      |                                __
                      |                               |  
                      |_______________________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |__
                                                         

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Rev. Alexander COMPTON of "Groveton"

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I66889

  • TITLE: Rev.
  • RESIDENCE: Prince William Co.VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2128]

Family 1 : Felicia BEALE

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Joseph DRAKE

1734 - ABT 1778

ID Number: I89664

  • OCCUPATION: Pioneer
  • RESIDENCE: of Halifax Co. VA and Boonesborough, KY
  • BIRTH: 1734, of Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 1778, Killed by Indians near Boonesborough, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2310] [S3724]

Family 1 : Margaret BUCHANAN
  1.  John DRAKE
  2.  Mary DRAKE

Notes


Children: John DRAKE b. 1775 in Virginia and Mary C. DRAKE b. May 1776 in Halifax, Virginia. Two were Drake children - John and Mary (married Jesse Stovall);


"The most notable expedition of this period, projected under the auspices of two bold leaders extraordinarily skilled in woodcraft, Joseph Drake and Henry Scaggs, was organized in the early autumn of 1770. This imposing band of stalwart hunters from the New River and Holston country, some forty in number, garbed in hunting shirts, leggings, and moccasins, with three pack-horses to each man, rifles, ammunition, traps, dogs, blankets, and salt, pushed boldly through Cumberland Gap into the heart of what was later justly named the "Dark and Bloody Ground" (see Chapter XIV)--"not doubting," says an old border chronicler, "that they were to be encountered by Indians, and to subsist on game." From the duration of their absence from home, they received the name of the Long Hunters--the romantic appellation by which they are known in the pioneer history of the Old Southwest. Many natural objects were named by this party--in particular Dick's River, after the noted Cherokee hunter, Captain Dick, who, pleased to be recognized by Charles Scaggs, told the Long Hunters that on HIS river, pointing it out, they would find meat plenty--adding with laconic signifigance: "Kill it and go home." From the Knob Lick, in Lincoln County, as reported by a member of the party, "they beheld largely over a thousand animals, including buffaloe, elk, bear, and deer, with many wild turkies scattered among them; all quite restless, some playing, and others busily employed in licking the earth . . . . The buffaloe and other animals had so eaten away the soil, that they could, in places, go entirely underground." Upon the return of a detachment to Virginia, fourteen fearless hunters chose to remain; and one day, during the absence of some of the band upon a long exploring trip, the camp was attacked by a straggling party of Indians under Will Emery, a halfbreed Cherokee. Two of the hunters were carried into captivity and never heard of again; a third managed to escape. In embittered commemoration of the plunder of the camp and the destruction of the peltries, they inscribed upon a poplar, which had lost its bark, this emphatic record, followed by their names:


Undismayed by this depressing stroke of fortune, they continued their hunt in the direction of the lick which Bledsoe had discovered the preceding year. Shortly after this discovery, a French voyageur from the Illinois who had hunted and traded in this region for a decade, Timothe de Monbreun, subsequently famous in the history of Tennessee, had visited the lick and killed an enormous number of buffaloes for their tallow and tongues with which he and his companion loaded a keel boat and descended the Cumberland. An early pioneer, William Hall, learned from Isaac Bledsoe that when "the long hunters Crossed the ridge and came down on Bledsoe's Creek in four or five miles of the Lick the Cane had grown up so thick in the woods that they thought they had mistaken the place until they Came to the Lick and saw what had been done . . . . One could walk for several hundred yards a round the Lick and in the lick on buffellows Skuls, & bones and the whole flat round the Lick was bleached with buffellows bones, and they found out the Cause of the Canes growing up so suddenly a few miles around the Lick which was in Consequence of so many buffellows being killed."


This expedition was of genuine importance, opening the eyes of the frontiersmen to the charms of the country and influencing many to settle subsequently in the West, some in Tennessee, some in Kentucky. The elaborate and detailed information brought back by Henry Scaggs exerted an appreciable influence, no doubt, in accelerating the plans of Richard Henderson and Company for the acquisition and colonization of the trans-Alleghany. But while the "Long Hunters" were in Tennessee and Kentucky the same region was being more extensively and systematically explored by Daniel Boone. To his life, character, and attainments, as the typical "long hunter" and the most influential pioneer we may now turn our particular attention."
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Nathaniel HARRISON

1812 - 1870

ID Number: I81039

  • RESIDENCE: Amelia Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1812
  • DEATH: 1870
  • RESOURCES: See: [S24]
Father: Edmund HARRISON of "The Oaks"
Mother: Martha Wayles SKIPWITH


Notes


iii. Nathaniel, 776 (1812-1870) Nathaniel HARRISON, 776. Born in 1812. died in 1870. Residence: Prince George Co. VA. References: See: Cid 54332.[1],[2],[3]


Nathaniel married Mary ERSKINS (ERSKINE), 777. Residence: Prince George Co. VA. References: See:.[1],[2],[3]


They had one child: i. Mary R., 785. References: See: Cid 543321.[2],[3] Residence: Prince George Co. VA? Mary R. married KOCH, 786. References: See:.[2],[3]



                                                       _Benjamin HARRISON IV of the Landing_+
                                                      | (1695 - 1745) m 1722                
                                 _Nathaniel HARRISON _|
                                | (1742 - 1782) m 1760|
                                |                     |_Ann CARTER _________________________+
                                |                       (1702 - 1743) m 1722                
 _Edmund HARRISON of "The Oaks"_|
| (1764 - 1826) m 1806          |
|                               |                      _Edmund RUFFIN ______________________+
|                               |                     | (1713 - 1790)                       
|                               |_Mary RUFFIN ________|
|                                 (1739 - 1767) m 1760|
|                                                     |_Annie SIMMONS ______________________
|                                                       (1718 - 1749)                       
|
|--Nathaniel HARRISON 
|  (1812 - 1870)
|                                                      _____________________________________
|                                                     |                                     
|                                _Henry S. SKIPWITH __|
|                               | (1750 - ....)       |
|                               |                     |_____________________________________
|                               |                                                           
|_Martha Wayles SKIPWITH _______|
  (1780 - ....) m 1806          |
                                |                      _John WAYLES "the Immigrant"_________
                                |                     | (1714 - 1773) m 1750                
                                |_Tabitha? WAYLES ____|
                                  (1750 - ....)       |
                                                      |_Elizabeth LOMAX ____________________
                                                        (1720 - ....) m 1750                

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Margaret MCARTHUR

ABT 1860 - ____

ID Number: I64519

  • RESIDENCE: Monroe Co. AL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1860
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2348]

Family 1 : John Eades DUNN
  1. +Fleetwood M. DUNN

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Elias POWELL

1734 - ____

ID Number: I91210

  • RESIDENCE: Orange Co. VA and Burke Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 1734, Orange Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: Burke Co. North Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 1F0J-D6F)
Father: John POWELL II
Mother: Mary O'NEAL


Family 1 : Elizabeth BLAIR

Notes


2 Elias POWELL b: ABT 1734 Essex Co. VA died Orange Co. North Carolina

                                             _William POWELL Gent.__________
                                            | (1620 - 1695)                 
                       _John POWELL Sr._____|
                      | (1644 - 1698) m 1668|
                      |                     |_______________________________
                      |                                                     
 _John POWELL II______|
| (1686 - 1783) m 1728|
|                     |                      _James COGHILL "the immigrant"_
|                     |                     | (1630 - 1685)                 
|                     |_Mary COGHILL _______|
|                       (1650 - 1689) m 1668|
|                                           |_______________________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Elias POWELL 
|  (1734 - ....)
|                                            _______________________________
|                                           |                               
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_______________________________
|                     |                                                     
|_Mary O'NEAL ________|
  (1712 - 1784) m 1728|
                      |                      _______________________________
                      |                     |                               
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_______________________________
                                                                            

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Harriet A. RECTOR

ABT 1830 - ____

ID Number: I100309

  • RESIDENCE: Fort Smith, AR and Dallas, TX
  • BIRTH: ABT 1830
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio ID 100308

Family 1 : William Lewis CABELL C.S.A.

Notes


widow Rector, surname Shingo?

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ROBERT TANFIELD of Gayton Northants

ABT 1461 - ABT 29 Jun 1504

ID Number: I43231

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1461, Gayton, Northhamptonshire, England
  • DEATH: ABT 29 Jun 1504
  • RESOURCES: See: [S24] [S1578] [S2120]

Family 1 : CATHERINE NEVILLE
  1. +WILLIAM TANFIELD

Notes


descendant of Charlemagne

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[S24]

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