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Mary

ABT 1690 - BEF 23 May 1766

ID Number: I49166

  • RESIDENCE: Williamsburg Dist. Craven Co. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1690
  • DEATH: BEF 23 May 1766, Williamsburg Dist. Craven Co. SC
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:Z1C0-C3) [S2259]

Family 1 : Roger GORDON "the Immigrant"
  1. +Mary GORDON

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Richard CORLEY

1771 - 1854

ID Number: I89908

  • RESIDENCE: Fauquier Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1771
  • DEATH: 1854
  • RESOURCES: See: [S933] [S1293]
Father: Manoah CORLEY
Mother: Jane FROGG


Family 1 : Sarah BURCH

Notes


Richard Corley 1771 - 1854 +Sarah Burch

                                                    _Richard CORLEY __________+
                                                   | (1670 - 1737)            
                       _Richard CORLEY ____________|
                      | (1719 - 1790)              |
                      |                            |_ AUSTIN _________________
                      |                              (1675 - ....)            
 _Manoah CORLEY ______|
| (1740 - 1823) m 1765|
|                     |                             __________________________
|                     |                            |                          
|                     |_Effiarilla "Effie" CURTIS _|
|                       (1716 - 1803)              |
|                                                  |__________________________
|                                                                             
|
|--Richard CORLEY 
|  (1771 - 1854)
|                                                   __________________________
|                                                  |                          
|                      _John FROGG ________________|
|                     | (1721 - 1808) m 1738       |
|                     |                            |__________________________
|                     |                                                       
|_Jane FROGG _________|
  (1741 - 1845) m 1765|
                      |                             _William STROTHER IV Esq._+
                      |                            | (1696 - 1732) m 1718     
                      |_Elizabeth STROTHER ________|
                        (1721 - 1752) m 1738       |
                                                   |_Margaret WATTS __________+
                                                     (1700 - 1755) m 1718     

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David Blair DOLLARD


!LIVING The progenitor of the Dollard family in Ireland was supposed to have been Adam Dollard, who came with the Norman invasion of Ireland in the 13th century and remained in County Laois. County Laois is located about 60-70 miles southwest of Dublin. [S301]

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WILLIAM GILPIN (GUYLPYN)

1432 - 1473

ID Number: I84541

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: 1432, Kendal, Westmoreland, England
  • DEATH: 1473, Kendal, Westmoreland, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3137]
Father: RICHARD GILPIN (GUYLPYN)


Family 1 : Elizabeth LANCASTER
  1. +RICHARD GILPIN (GUYLPYN)

Notes


William Gilpin was born about 1432 in Kendal, Westmoreland, England. He died in 1473 in Kendal, Westmoreland, England. He married Elizabeth Lancaster. [S3137]

                                                         __
                                                        |  
                             _WILLIAM GILPIN (GUYLPYN) _|
                            | (1370 - ....)             |
                            |                           |__
                            |                              
 _RICHARD GILPIN (GUYLPYN) _|
| (1406 - ....)             |
|                           |                            __
|                           |                           |  
|                           |___________________________|
|                                                       |
|                                                       |__
|                                                          
|
|--WILLIAM GILPIN (GUYLPYN) 
|  (1432 - 1473)
|                                                        __
|                                                       |  
|                            ___________________________|
|                           |                           |
|                           |                           |__
|                           |                              
|___________________________|
                            |
                            |                            __
                            |                           |  
                            |___________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |__
                                                           

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Col. Lewis Edwin HARVIE C.S.A.

9 Oct 1825 - ____

ID Number: I61766

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. Staff with Gens. Buckner, Rawson, Curtis, Lee and Beauregard, '62-'65
  • RESIDENCE: Frankfort Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 9 Oct 1825, Frankfort Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2311]
Father: John Augustine HARVIE
Mother: Margaret Harvie HAWKINS


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"Col Lewis Edwin Harvie was born on 9 Oct 1825 in Frankfort, Ky. Centre College Alumni, 1890 Publication, 1843 graduate, Franklin Co. Lewis Edwin Harvie Born Oct. 9, 1825, in Frankfort, KY. Law; studied with Moorhead & Reed, and LL.B., Dane Law School, Harvard '45; editorial staff St. Louis Daily Intelligencer, '51-'52; C.S.A., on staff duty with Gens. Buckner, Rawson, Curtis, Lee and Beauregard, '62-'65; Pres. Frankfort and Flat T. P. Co.; A.M., '64. P.O., Frankfort, KY.


CAPT. LEWIS E. HARVIE, a native of Frankfort, Ky., was born October 9, 1825, and is the youngest of two living sons born to John and Margaretta (Hawkins) Harvie. His brother, John, now a citizen of Frankfort, was born in 1816. His father and mother were natives of Richmond, Va., and Lexington, Ky., respectively.



One of his great-grandfathers, Gabriel Jones, was the first, and, to his death, the most eminent lawyer of the Valley of Virginia, a member of the Virginia Convention that adopted the constitution of the United States, as also the friend, kinsman and executor of Lord Fairfax.


His grandfather, John Hawkins, was a Virginian by birth, but represented Fayette County, Ky., in the Legislature in the beginning of the State government, as he had been previously one of its representatives in the Virginia House of Delegates before Kentucky became a State. Later he became clerk of the circuit court of Scott County.


His grandfather, John Harvie, was mayor of Richmond, Va., in 1786. In 1777-78 he was a member of the Continental Congress from that State, and one of the signers of the Articles of Confederation under which most of the Revolutionary war was fought. This office he resigned to accept the highly responsible position of organizer of the land office department of Virginia and was its first register. He and a Mr. John Walker were appointed by the Virginia Convention of 1775 or 1776 commissioners, with extraordinary powers, to continue the war or make peace with the Indians, which resulted in the successful treaty at Fort Pitt. The father of Capt. Lewis E., John Harvie, was born in Richmond, Va., in 1783, immigrated in 1813 to Woodford County, Ky., and to Franklin County in 1818, ant the same year was elected by the Legislature as a director of the State Bank of Kentucky. In 1820 he was elected by the same body as the bank's president and was annually, for eight years, re-elected to the same position, refusing at the end of that time to further serve. Few men in the State were better known that Mr. Harvie, he being for years at the head of its greatest banking institution, a very wealthy citizen and one of the largest real estate owners in his day. His high sense of honor, great generosity, public spirit and rare personal and moral courage were the most characteristics of the man. He opposed whatever is low, dishonorable and degrading among men, and with unswerving principle exemplified in his own life that which is elevating an ennobling. In 1835 he was appointed by Gov. James T. Morehead a member of the first board of internal improvements in the State. He also served as a member (Whig) of the Legislature from Franklin County in 1835, but was not a politician in any sense and did not seek the place.


Capt. Lewis E. Harvie was educated at Frankfort under the celebrated teachers B. B. Sayre and Kean O'Hara, and afterward at Centre College, from which he graduated in 1843. He then read law with Hons. Charles Morehead and W. D. Reed, later with Judge
Thomas B. Monroe, and afterward graduated at the law department of Harvard University in 1846. He began practice in Frankfort, but soon abandoned it on account of ill health and other business and duties. For while, in 1852, he edited the political department of the St. Louis Daily Intelligencer, but soon abandoned that also on account of ill health and failure of his eyes.


In the late war he took sides with the South, going out in 1862 and returning with Maj. Gen Buckner, as one of his aides, with the rank of captain. During Gen. Bragg's celebrated campaign was in the battle of Perryville. He subsequently served at different times upon the staffs of Maj. Gen Robert Ransom, Brig. Gen. G. W. Custis Lee and Gen. Beauregard. Before the close of the war he was tendered, by President Davis, a colonel's commission, which for good, and to himself highly honorable reasons, at his own request was never actually issued. He surrendered with Gen. Lee at Appomattox. Capt. Harvie has always been very bold and decided in his views upon political and other public questions. He was among the very first men in the State to publicly oppose the doctrines of Know-nothingism, contributing no little to the overthrow of that party in Kentucky in 1856. As a later period he also did as much, or more, no doubt, than any other man to effect the suppression of Kukluxism in the State, for years endangering his life and wrecking both-popularity and fortune to attain that end. He was chairman of the State executive committee in 1860 that supported Douglas for the presidency. He was a personal friend and admirer of Breckinridge, but supported Douglas strictly from principle. He was also a member of the State Central Committee of the Union Democratic party that issued the celebrated Armed Neutrality Address. It was upon his motion and persistent advocacy, warmly supported by ex-Gov. Archie Dixon (present but not a member of the committee), that the clause calling upon the State to arm itself was finally, after a long struggle, agreed to be inserted in the address. He was the last to repudiate its provisions and when they were broken he took the course in the war as stated.


At the request of the Southern rights members of the Legislature (session 1861-62) he prepared for them an address to the people of Kentucky, which was carefully examined by a committee of their own number (appointed and returning to Frankfort for the purpose), approved without change, duly signed by the committee in their own and the names of their Southern associates, and directed to be published in pamphlet form and quietly distributed in all parts of the State. For lack of funds to defray the costs of publication, and timidity on the part of some of the signers the address was never published. Had it been printed and fully circulated among the people it would, without doubt, have either created a general armed uprising of the Southern men (such was its object) or else made certain the arrest and imprisonment of almost every man at all prominently connected with that party in the State. This interesting historical fact has never hitherto been made public.


Although Capt. Harvie has never held nor sought civil office, nor asked nor received any compensation whatever for his numerous public services, he has not been idle in his efforts to develop the resources of his city, county and State, supporting by his votes, means, time, speech and frequent contributions to the press, such enterprises as promised material or moral benefit to either. At the same time he has been the uncompromising foe to oppression, corruption and jobbery in their every form, proceeding whence or from whom they might. He was the author of the new turnpike system of Franklin County under which it has so greatly developed within comparatively recent years, drawing up and with the aid of his friend, Mr. John N. Crutcher, having had passed by the Legislature the bill authorizing the whole system. With the active co-operation of Mr. Crutcher, Mr. R. C. Steele and a few other friends, he was among the first to give the system practical effects by the construction of the Frankfort and Flat Creek Turnpike, and enterprise at the time generally believed financially and topographically impracticable. He initiated, in 1875-76, the first public movement for the repair of the five dilapidated locks and dams on the Kentucky River, for the extension of the slack-water to the mountains, and for improvement of the other principal water-ways of the State, contributing largely by his personal efforts and public utterances first and last to the creation of that sound public sentiment which demanded, and in the end has partly achieved, these improvements as great public necessities. But he had no hand nor direct agency whatever in securing any of the appropriations by Congress for these purposes.


His mother died in 1831. She was a highly cultured lady of decided poetical tastes and attainments, noted for her pure Christian character, profuse charity, and gentle, refined manners. Few or no families in the land can claim descent from a longer or higher line of distinguished ancestors, British and American, or number among their near blood relations and family connections by marriage, more men of National and State eminence, (Presidents, United States senators and congressmen, the first chief justice of the Union, commanders in chief of its armies, governors of States, and legislators) than can the Harvie, and this particular Hawkins, families of Kentucky and Virginia." [S2311]


                                                     _John HARVIE I "the Immigrant"_
                                                    | (1706 - 1767) m 1742          
                            _John HARVIE II_________|
                           | (1747 - 1807)          |
                           |                        |_Martha Elizabeth GAINES ______+
                           |                          (1719 - 1802) m 1742          
 _John Augustine HARVIE ___|
| (1783 - 1838)            |
|                          |                         _Gabriel JONES ________________+
|                          |                        | (1724 - 1806) m 1749          
|                          |_Margaret Morton JONES _|
|                            (1751 - ....)          |
|                                                   |_Margaret Madison STROTHER ____+
|                                                     (1726 - 1822) m 1749          
|
|--Lewis Edwin HARVIE C.S.A.
|  (1825 - ....)
|                                                    _______________________________
|                                                   |                               
|                           _John HAWKINS __________|
|                          | (1760 - ....) m 1780   |
|                          |                        |_______________________________
|                          |                                                        
|_Margaret Harvie HAWKINS _|
  (1788 - 1831)            |
                           |                         _Gabriel JONES ________________+
                           |                        | (1724 - 1806) m 1749          
                           |_Anna Gabriella JONES __|
                             (1760 - ....) m 1780   |
                                                    |_Margaret Madison STROTHER ____+
                                                      (1726 - 1822) m 1749          

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Diana HIGGINBOTHAM

ABT 1845 - ____

ID Number: I36562

  • RESIDENCE: Jackson Co. AL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1845
  • RESOURCES: See: 1850 census
Father: Moses HIGGINBOTHAM
Mother: Roda



                                              _Moses HIGGINBOTHAM ___________+
                                             | (1715 - 1790) m 1753          
                       _Robert HIGGINBOTHAM _|
                      | (1754 - 1825) m 1782 |
                      |                      |_Mary Frances KYLE ____________+
                      |                        (1734 - 1825) m 1753          
 _Moses HIGGINBOTHAM _|
| (1803 - ....)       |
|                     |                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) BLANKENSHIP _
|                     |                      |                               
|                     |_Nancy BLANKENSHIP ___|
|                       (1765 - 1836) m 1782 |
|                                            |_______________________________
|                                                                            
|
|--Diana HIGGINBOTHAM 
|  (1845 - ....)
|                                             _______________________________
|                                            |                               
|                      ______________________|
|                     |                      |
|                     |                      |_______________________________
|                     |                                                      
|_Roda________________|
  (1814 - ....)       |
                      |                       _______________________________
                      |                      |                               
                      |______________________|
                                             |
                                             |_______________________________
                                                                             

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EGIDIA KEITH

ABT 1424 - AFT 14 Aug 1473

ID Number: I103811

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1424, Forbes, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
  • DEATH: AFT 14 Aug 1473, Scotland
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS
Father: WILLIAM KEITH 1st Earl of Marishal


Family 1 : JAMES FORBES 2nd Lord of Forbes
  1. +WILLIAM "Gray Willie" FORBES 3rd Lord Forbes

Notes


Father: (1st Earl of Marischal) Keith b. About 1389
Mother: Mary Fraser

                                         __
                                        |  
                                      __|
                                     |  |
                                     |  |__
                                     |     
 _WILLIAM KEITH 1st Earl of Marishal_|
| (1397 - 1483)                      |
|                                    |   __
|                                    |  |  
|                                    |__|
|                                       |
|                                       |__
|                                          
|
|--EGIDIA KEITH 
|  (1424 - 1473)
|                                        __
|                                       |  
|                                     __|
|                                    |  |
|                                    |  |__
|                                    |     
|____________________________________|
                                     |
                                     |   __
                                     |  |  
                                     |__|
                                        |
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Elizabeth REYNOLDS

ABT 1700 - ____

ID Number: I97145

  • RESIDENCE: Nansemond and Cumberland Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1700
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1817]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) REYNOLDS


Family 1 : Thomas SWANN III
  1. +Thomas Thompson SWANN I
  2. +Mary Anne SWANN
  3.  John SWANN

                                 __
                                |  
                              __|
                             |  |
                             |  |__
                             |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) REYNOLDS _|
|                            |
|                            |   __
|                            |  |  
|                            |__|
|                               |
|                               |__
|                                  
|
|--Elizabeth REYNOLDS 
|  (1700 - ....)
|                                __
|                               |  
|                             __|
|                            |  |
|                            |  |__
|                            |     
|____________________________|
                             |
                             |   __
                             |  |  
                             |__|
                                |
                                |__
                                   

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Amy Rachelle ROBINSON


!LIVING --Sources Birth: John Wallace diskette.

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