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Bathiah BYRD

ABT 1750 - 1838

ID Number: I69896

  • RESIDENCE: of Colleton Co. SC; Laurel, Jones; Jasper Cos. MS
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • DEATH: 1838, prob. Laurel or Jasper Co. MS
  • BURIAL: Hopewell Ch, Jasper Co. MS
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:QB3R-D0) [S2673]

Family 1 : Charles GAVIN
  1. +Catherine GAVIN

Notes


Dau of John Byrd. After he died she moved to MS with other family members. per Diary is in the Laurel-Jones County Library Genealogy Dept., 530 Commerce, Laurel, MS 39440, ph. 601-428-4313.



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ANNE COCKE?

ABT 1600 - 1632

ID Number: I103316

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1600
  • DEATH: 1632
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2128]

Family 1 : HAUTE WYATT "the Immigrant"
  1.  JOHN WYATT
  2.  ANNE WYATT

Notes


m. (second) Anne ----, d. 1632. or Anna Cox/Cocke (-1632) after 1625/6.

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Capt. John FLOOD "the Immigrant"

1695 - ABT 1783

ID Number: I84046

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • RESIDENCE: England and abt 1760 Albemarle and Buckingham Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1695, England
  • DEATH: ABT 1783
  • BURIAL: Baptist Church below Billwyn, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3125] [S3729]

Family 1 : DAVIS
  1. +Henry FLOOD
  2. +John FLOOD
  3.  Thomas FLOOD
Family 2 : Agnes PAYNE
  1. +Noah FLOOD
  2.  Moses FLOOD
  3.  Joshua A. FLOOD
  4.  Joseph FLOOD
  5. +Mary Payne FLOOD
  6.  William FLOOD
  7.  Benjamin FLOOD

Notes


Marriage 1 Unknown DAVIS Children: Henry FLOOD b: 1755 in England.
Marriage 2 Agnes PAYNE.


"The earliest documented record of the immigrant, John Flood, was a land patent in Albemarle Co., Virginia. On March 3, 1760, for the sum of 30 shillings, he was granted 295 acres of land, among them the south branches of Hunt's Creek, near the church. When Buckingham Co. was formed in 1762, the Flood land was included, and the nearby church later became Buckingham Baptist Church, which is still standing and in regular use today. From 1771 to 1774, John Flood was an officer of that church serving as Sexton. A plaque donated by the descendants of his son, Henry, is mounted on the wall of the church and states that John and his wife were buried beside the church, with a later addition built over the graves. The absence of wills, marriage records, and other legal records, due to the devastating Court House fire of 1869, makes research in Buckingham Co. very difficult. Records that were not stored in the Court House, family tradition and a little logic have been used in establishing relationships in John Flood's family.


According to family tradition, Captain John Flood, upon retiring from the British Navy, moved his family from England, to the state Virginia, in America. He was born to 1694, and was 60 years old, before his first child was born.


His first wife, _____ Davis, bore at least three sons. Sons, Henry (born 1755), and John (born 1757), were probably born England, and possibly, ( born 1760), as well. John's wife was dead by 1762, when he married for the second time, to Agnes Payne, at the age of 68.


Son, Noah was born in 1763, and in the 1764 Buckingham Co. List of Tithes, John was listed as "Patroler", with 200 acres of land.


Three more sons, Moses (born 1765), Joshua A. (born 1772), and Joseph (born 1774), were born by 1773 and 1774, when he was listed as a tythe, on John Barnard's list of tythables.


Twins, William and Mary (born 1777), and his last son, Benjamin (born 1780), had been added to the family by 1782 when personal property and land tax lists showed that he owned three horses, six cattle and 200 acres of land. The above was written by Beth Flood".


Marriage 1 Unknown DAVIS b: in England Married: 1754
Children
Henry FLOOD b: 1755 in England
John FLOOD b: 1757 in England
Thomas FLOOD b: 1760 in England


Marriage 2 Agnes PAYNE Married: ABT. 1762 in Buckingham Co., VA
Children
Noah FLOOD b: 2 NOV 1763 in Buckingham Co., VA
Moses FLOOD b: 10 MAR 1765 in Buckingham Co., VA
Joshua A FLOOD b: 11 OCT 1772 in Buckingham Co., VA
Joseph FLOOD b: 1774 in Buckingham Co., VA
Mary P FLOOD b: 12 DEC 1777 in Buckingham Co., VA
William FLOOD b: 12 DEC 1777 in Buckingham Co., VA
Benjamin FLOOD b: 1780 in Buckingham Co., VA


Excerpts from letters written in April 1959 to B.R. Fitzgerald from Joel W. Flood, Judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Virginia, states the following:- "John Flood, Sr. was born in the year of 1694. He was an Englishman, and belonged to the British Navy. He came to this country as a Man-Of-War in 1754, landing in Glouster County, Virginia. There he met a Miss Davis, whose charm proved more captivating to him than his sailor life, and after a few months, at an advanced age of 60, they were married. From what I have heard, I judge that he was wild in his early life. He was remarkable for honesty, information , and honor, and universally esteemed where known. After marriage he moved to Buckingham County, and settled near the Buckingham Church, of which for years he was Clerk, discharging his duties with true manly zeal. By his first wife (Miss Davis) he had five children, viz: Henry, John, William, Mary and Thomas. When Thomas was a few weeks old, the mother died, leaving to the husband's care five young children. Afterwards, he married Miss Payne by whom he had eight sons, and two daughters!".


The Richmond Times Dispatch of Saturday, December 4, 1965 carried an article written by Genevieve Agee, concerning what was once known as "Buckingham Olde Church." It is located on U.S. Route #15, and is the one founded by Captain John Flood, being on his farm near Dillwyn, Virginia. Captain John Flood and his wife Agatha, and their daughter Mary, were buried under the church to protect their graves from the Indians. Their graves, marked by stones, are visible under the church. The original building was added to in the 1830's and again in 1965, the dedication being planned for the spring of 1966.


A letter written by Joel Walker Flood to his cousin Frances (Fannie) from his home in Appomattox, Va. on February 20, 1913, in response to her inquiry regarding Thomas Flood, her great grandfather, states:


"Your great grandfather and my great-great grandfather John Flood's first wife was a Miss Davis from Glouschester County, Va. He had five children by his first wife. Major Henry Flood (was the eldest-my great grandfather, John Flood was your great grandfather), then came twins, William and Mary after the Protestant King and Queen of England. Your great grandfather was named Thomas Flood. When the war between Great Britian and the States commenced, John Flood called his sons up who wre old enough to go into the Continental Army, and told them that he was an Englishman, that he had been in His Majesty's service and was very glad that he was too old to take up any part of the war, but that they were Americans and to fight for their country. His second wife was a Payne who was his housekeeper. He had 9 children by his second marriage. Had twins by this marriage as William by the first, was killed in the Continental Army and Mary died. He named these twins William and Mary."



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Elias HODGES Sr.

ABT 1670 - ____

ID Number: I23463

  • RESIDENCE: Isle Of Wright, VA & Beaufort Co. NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1670
  • RESOURCES: See: [S799] [S899]
Father: Robert HODGES Sr.
Mother: Elizabeth HIGGINS?


Family 1 : Sara
  1.  Elias HODGES Jr.

Notes


Elias Hodges purchased land in Beaufort County, N.C. on 11 March 1740 (Deed Book 2, Page 362). His brother, Richard Hodges also purchased land in Beaufort County on 9 December 1741 (Book 2, Page 388). On 19 November 1744, Elias Hodges sold one-half of his Beaufort County land purchase to his brother, John Hodges Sr. of Virginia (Book 2, Page 441).


Source: VAISLEOF-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [VAISLEOF-L] Prosessioning 19 May 2002
PROSESSIONING IN THE UPPER PARISH, Isle of Wight County, Virginia: January 7, 1723
TYPED TRANSCRIPT 1723 5
With submission to an order of Vestry held in ye Upper parrish of Isle of Wight County ye 7th of January 1723 ~ ~
We have prosessioned all ye Lands following ~
A line between Elias Hodges & Mrs Mary Hill ~
A line between Richard Web & Henry White ~
A line between Henry White & John Woodly ~
A line between John Woodly & Sam Davis ~
A line between John Davis & Sam Davis ~
A line between Jms Forbes & Richard Web ~
A line between Jms Forbes & John Woodly ~
A line between Capt Day & Jms Forbes ~
A line between Capt Day & Thos Wrenn ~
A line between Capt Day & Melchizedeck Deshey ~
A line between Joseph Copeland & Melchizedeck Deshey ~
With all ye persons present mentioned --------
A line between John Goodrich & Mrs Hill not prosessioned her son not
being in ye County both parties Consenting to stay till next prosession
signed by Joseph Copeland
Samuel Davis


Pursuent to an order of Vestry dated ye 7th day of January 1723 ~
we ye persons appointed mett wih some few of them has ye terned
17 of ye above 8th month & prosessioned as followeth ~
A line between Capt James Day & James Wheadon ~ by Cons
A line between John Miller & Rogger Ingram ~ by Cons
A line between Capt Day & Willm Harrison ~ by Cons
A line between Rogger Ingram & Phillip Wheadon ~ by Cons
A line between Jerimiah Perce & John Miller ~ by Cons
A line between John Murry & Jerimiah Perce ~ by Cons
A line between John Goodrich & John Murry ~ by Cons
A line between John Goodrich & Elias Hodges ~ by Cons
A line between Elias Hodges & John Hodges ~ by Cons
Persons present John Murry Willm Harrison Capt Day Rogger Ingram Jerimiah
Perce John Miller
A line between John Murry & Willm Harrison ~ by Cons
A line between John Murry & Matthew Jordan ~ by Cons
Persons present John Hodges Thos Murry
______________
Isle of Wight County Court, Clerk's Office, Isle of Wight, VA, Newport Parish
Isle of Wight County Vestry Book, 1724-1772, p. 5.


                                                                                        _(QUERY of all Hodges in my database) HODGES _
                                                                                       |                                              
                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) Beaufort, NC HODGES of Isle of Wight, VA & NC_|
                      |                                                                |
                      |                                                                |______________________________________________
                      |                                                                                                               
 _Robert HODGES Sr.___|
| (1650 - 1687)       |
|                     |                                                                 ______________________________________________
|                     |                                                                |                                              
|                     |________________________________________________________________|
|                                                                                      |
|                                                                                      |______________________________________________
|                                                                                                                                     
|
|--Elias HODGES Sr.
|  (1670 - ....)
|                                                                                       ______________________________________________
|                                                                                      |                                              
|                      _Francis HIGGINS _______________________________________________|
|                     | (1620 - ....)                                                  |
|                     |                                                                |______________________________________________
|                     |                                                                                                               
|_Elizabeth HIGGINS? _|
  (1650 - ....)       |
                      |                                                                 ______________________________________________
                      |                                                                |                                              
                      |________________________________________________________________|
                                                                                       |
                                                                                       |______________________________________________
                                                                                                                                      

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LUCKER

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I2677

  • RESIDENCE: SC?
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S3240]

Family 1 : Mary COLLINSWORTH

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John Christopher NORRIS


!LIVING

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Joseph Wheeler OSBAN C.S.A.

4 Mar 1842 - 28 Oct 1924

ID Number: I36067

  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. served SC, pension from Florida 1907
  • RESIDENCE: Clarendon Co. SC & Titusville, Brevard Co. FL
  • BIRTH: 4 Mar 1842, Clarendon or Williamsb. Co. SC
  • DEATH: 28 Oct 1924, Titusville, Brevard Co. FL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1264] [S1909]
Father: John OSBAN
Mother: Mary BYRD


Family 1 : Margaret Susannah NETTLES
  1. +Mary Vermell OSBAN
  2.  Jeddie G. OSBAN

Notes


Florida CSA pension file #A07738 OSBAN, Joseph W. South Carolina 1907 15 pgs.
Children
Mary Vermell OSBAN b: 5 MAY 1868 in near Lake City, Clarendon County, South Carolina
Jeddie G. OSBAN b: 20 OCT 1872 in Clarendon Co. SC
Joseph Middleton OSBAN b: 16 NOV 1874
Jacob Elijah OSBAN b: 5 MAY 1869
Annie Eliza OSBAN b: 10 JAN 1878
John Chappel OSBAN b: 30 JUN 1880
Bassel Wallis OSBAN b: 24 APR 1884
Jediah OSBAN


                                             __
                                            |  
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |__
                      |                        
 _John OSBAN _________|
| (1810 - ....)       |
|                     |                      __
|                     |                     |  
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |__
|                                              
|
|--Joseph Wheeler OSBAN C.S.A.
|  (1842 - 1924)
|                                            __
|                                           |  
|                      _Miller BYRD ________|
|                     | (1780 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |__
|                     |                        
|_Mary BYRD __________|
  (1814 - ....)       |
                      |                      __
                      |                     |  
                      |_Nancy PARROT _______|
                        (1780 - ....)       |
                                            |__
                                               

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Lillie Cordelia THURMAN

19 Mar 1889 - 27 Aug 1958

ID Number: I76809

Original Submitter (General Source): [S2931]
  • RESIDENCE: Bell Co. TX
  • BIRTH: 19 Mar 1889, Hicks, Travis Co.Texas
  • DEATH: 27 Aug 1958, Belton, Bell Co.Texas
  • BURIAL: Rest Haven Cemetery, Bell Co.Texas
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2931]
  • REFERENCE: 11839

Family 1 : David Henry FINNEY
  1. +Estelle Elizabeth FINNEY

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Adaline TURNER

ABT 1750 - ____

ID Number: I71442

  • RESIDENCE: Bedford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2045]
Father: Richard TURNER
Mother: Nancy Ann JOHNS



                                             _James TURNER _______+
                                            | (1670 - 1742)       
                       _James TURNER _______|
                      | (1710 - 1793) m 1729|
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Richard TURNER _____|
| (1729 - 1769) m 1748|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_Mary ADMIRE? _______|
|                       (1712 - ....) m 1729|
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Adaline TURNER 
|  (1750 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _William JOHNS ______|
|                     | (1708 - 1787) m 1729|
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Nancy Ann JOHNS ____|
  (1732 - 1822) m 1748|
                      |                      _John MERRYMAN? _____
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Ann MERRYMAN? ______|
                        (1712 - 1757) m 1729|
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Jacob TYREE Sr.

ABT 1719 - 11 Sep 1801

ID Number: I32746

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1719
  • DEATH: 11 Sep 1801, Lexington Parish, Amherst Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1240] [S3024]

Family 1 : Mary
  1.  Nancy TYREE
  2.  Mary TYREE
  3.  John TYREE
  4.  William TYREE
  5. +Sarah TYREE
  6. +Frances TYREE
  7. +Jacob TYREE Jr.
  8.  Jane TYREE

Notes


Will: "Jacob Tyree Will 1796: In the name of God Amen, I Jacob Tyree of the county of Amherst, and parish of Lexington, being at this time in sound sense & memory but calling to mind the fraility of Human Luck and nature and uncertainty of life, knowing I must shortly experience that change which will sooner or later be the fate of every person living, do make and ordain this (revoking all others here to for made) my last will and testament. First I commend my soul to God who gave it and my body to the dust from where it originated. And to what worldly property it hath pleased the almighty in his kind providence to bless me with I desire may be disposed of as follows viz. My lawful debts being first paid out of my estate


I give my beloved wife Mary Tyree a negro wench named Sue, four beds, and furniture during life and at her decease to dispose of them at her pleasure.


Item I give to my daughter Nancy Woods a negro fellow named, Sam & a negor girl named Sarah to her & her heirs forever.


Item I give to my daughter Mary Bailey two negro girls one named Peggy & the other named Suck to her and her heirs forever.


Item I do give to my son William Tyree a negro wench named Darcus, her child Charlet, also 175 acres of the land whereon I now live, lying on the south side of said tract to be taken off by a line beginning at mouth of the Saw Pitt branch, running from thence, so as to include the above quantity of acres to him and his heirs forever.


Item I lent to my daughter Sarah Rutherford a negro wench named Moll and her increae during her natural life at her death I give the aforesaid Moll and her incrreas to the heirs of her body to them and their heirs forever.


Item I give to my daughter Fanny Tinsley a negro fellow named Tom, and a negro girl named Lucy now in her possession to her and her heirs forever.


Item I give to my son Jacob Tyree the balance of the land whereon I now live after the part willed to my son William is taken off the same, also a negro named Jude, and her children John, Jordan, George, and Nelson and her increase hereafter to him and his heirs forever.


Item I give my daughter Jane Gibson a negro named Lou now in her possession to her and her heirs forever.


Item I give to my grand daughter Betsy Turner a negro girl named Phillis to her and her heirs forever.


The rest of my estae not other way's disposed of at my decease may be equally divided among my daughters, Nancy, Mary, Sarah, Fanny, & Jane.


Concerning inclusively the part that may be coming to my daughter Jane Gibson for the purpose of endonowfying myself and my sons Jacob and William Tyree being official securitites for Jacob Gibson (the husband of my daughter Jane) exer. account of the orphans of Isreal Harmon should not the above legacy be sufficient to satisfy the same, ...each of my legatees to bear a proportionable part in the full discharge thereof.


The testator do hereby appoint and nominate William Tyree & Jacob Tyree Junr Executors to this my last will and testament. The testator do acknowledg the foregoing will to be my last will and testatment. Given under my hand this sixth day of October One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety Six. Signed Jacob Tyree Senr.
Signed in the presence of William Phillips, Hudson M. Garland, P. Gooch, Barnet Owens, Gabriel Page & Polly Owens.
Book 4, p. 22 "


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