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Catherine PEARL PERRILL

1823 - ____

ID Number: I77225

  • RESIDENCE: of Frederick Co. MD and Greene Co. PA and Morgan Co. OH
  • BIRTH: 1823, Greene Co. Pennsylvania
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS
Father: Lawrence PEARL PERRILL
Mother: Susanna NICHOLS


Notes


Husband's Name Vincent BRECHT (AFN:K12X-5K) Born: Abt. 1819 Place: Married: 1850 Place: Zanesville, Oh.



                                                     _Basil PERRILL\PEARL Sr._+
                                                    | (1725 - 1800)           
                           _Basil PERRILL\PEARL Jr._|
                          | (1755 - ....)           |
                          |                         |_________________________
                          |                                                   
 _Lawrence PEARL PERRILL _|
| (1793 - 1868) m 1813    |
|                         |                          _________________________
|                         |                         |                         
|                         |_________________________|
|                                                   |
|                                                   |_________________________
|                                                                             
|
|--Catherine PEARL PERRILL 
|  (1823 - ....)
|                                                    _________________________
|                                                   |                         
|                          _Valentine NICHOLS ______|
|                         | (1759 - 1808)           |
|                         |                         |_________________________
|                         |                                                   
|_Susanna NICHOLS ________|
  (1797 - 1852) m 1813    |
                          |                          _(RESEARCH QUERY) GREGG _
                          |                         |                         
                          |_Elizabeth GREGG ________|
                            (1763 - ....)           |
                                                    |_________________________
                                                                              

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Evelyn DUBOSE

ABT 1840 - ____

ID Number: I45167

  • RESIDENCE: Greensboro, AL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1840
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1631]
Father: James Henry DUBOSE
Mother: Harriett Evans PEGUES


Family 1 : John Gailard HARVEY
  1.  Evelyn HARVEY

                                                       _Elias DUBOSE Sr.________________+
                                                      | (1737 - 1789) m 1763            
                          _Isaiah DUBOSE _____________|
                         | (1781 - ....) m 1808       |
                         |                            |_Lydia CASSELS OR CASTLES _______
                         |                              (1745 - 1806) m 1763            
 _James Henry DUBOSE ____|
| (1812 - 1906) m 1832   |
|                        |                             _Lemurel BENTON _________________+
|                        |                            | (1754 - 1818)                   
|                        |_Gilly Hinton BENTON _______|
|                          (1789 - 1852) m 1808       |
|                                                     |_Elizabeth KIMBROUGH ____________+
|                                                       (1760 - 1855)                   
|
|--Evelyn DUBOSE 
|  (1840 - ....)
|                                                      _Claudius PEGUES Jr._____________+
|                                                     | (1755 - 1792) m 1775            
|                         _Christopher Butler PEGUES _|
|                        | (1789 - 1846) m 1811       |
|                        |                            |_Marcia (Marcy) SAUNDERS-MURPHY _+
|                        |                              (1751 - 1813) m 1775            
|_Harriett Evans PEGUES _|
  (1814 - 1876) m 1832   |
                         |                             _Thomas "Col Tom" EVANS Jr.______+
                         |                            | (1743 - 1800) m 1767            
                         |_Eliza Hodges EVANS ________|
                           (1793 - 1888) m 1811       |
                                                      |_Elizabeth HODGES _______________+
                                                        (1755 - 1798) m 1767            

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ROBERT DYMOKE Baron Knt.of Scrivelsby

1461 - 13 Apr 1544

ID Number: I29246

  • OCCUPATION: a descendant of King Edward I. Champion of Richard II, Henry VI, and Henry VII.
  • RESIDENCE: of Scrivalsby, co. Lincoln. England
  • BIRTH: 1461
  • DEATH: 13 Apr 1544
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1123] [S2170]
Father: THOMAS DYMOKE Knt.
Mother: MARGARET de WELLES


Family 1 : ANNE SPARROW
  1. +EDWARD DYMOKE Knt. of Scrivelsby

Notes


ii. Robert Dymoke was born in 1461. He died on Apr 13 1544.
6 Sir Robert Dymoke LORD SCRIVELSBY MANOR b: 1461 d: 13 Apr 1544 + Anne SPARROW b: ABT. 1465 + Jane CRESMORE


"Sir Edmund Dymoke was a descendant of Sir Robert Marmyum, Lord of the Castle Fontenaye, in Normandy, and of Tamworth Castle and Scrivelsby Court, in England.


This Lord Marmyum was descended from "Rollo the Dane" and was "Hereditary Champion" to his kinsman, William, Duke of Normandy, afterwards William the Conqueror, King of England. He was present at the dual coronation of William and Matilda, at Winchester, in 1068; at which time he gave the following public challenge:


"If any person deny that our Sovereigns, Lord William and Matilda, are King and Queen of England, he is a false-hearted traitor and a liar, and here do I, as champion, challenge him to mortal combat."


It thus appears that the office of Hereditary Champion pre-existed in Normandy and was transferred to England at the time of his coronation by William.


Lord Robert Marmyum was one of the warriors who fought by the side of Duke William, at the decisive battle of Hastings, and was of those with William, when, after the battle was won, he gathered his principal retainers about him on a hill which marked the site of the most desperate fighting. There, with the dead and dying about him on the slopes, and piled about his standard on the summit, William vowed to build the great "Battle Abbey."


When the time came to reward his followers, Robert de Marmyum was given Tamworth, a parliamentary and municipal borough lying in the countries of Stafford and Warwick, and Scrivelsby Court, a baronial fief.


This last-mentioned grant was conferred with an especial condition annexed to the tenure, according to the then existing legal forms, to the effect that the estate should be held to the particular service of himself, and his heirs, as a fee for performing the service of champion to the Sovereigns of England. Sir Walter Scott's "Marmion" was Philip de Marmyum, who died during the reign of Edward II, without male issue.


Scrivelsby Court became the property of his daughter, Joan, who left an only child, Margaret, sole heiress of Scrivelsby and the Championship. Margaret married Sir John Dymoke, who acquired with her the estate, honours and obligations of the office of champion of England, which has remained in the Dymoke family ever since, and although the office is no longer operative, it remains effective until revoked by an act of Parliament.


Scrivelsby Court is still kept in admirable repair, and is quite a "show" place. The Chapel, a small quaint structure, has some parts at least five centuries old. Among its tombs is that of Sir Robert Dymoke, Champion of Richard II, Henry VI, and Henry VII. On the top of his tomb is a plate of brass, on which is a figure in full armour, recumbent, with helmet under his head and a lion at his feet; above the figure is a shield containing the family arms and beneath it is this inscription:


Here lyeth the body of Sir Robert Dymoke, of Scrivelsby, Knight and Baron who departed this life the 22d day of April, in the year of our Lord God MDIXV, upon whose soul Almighty God have mercy. Amen. [S1123] [S2170]


                                                               _THOMAS DYMOKE _________________
                                                              | (1355 - 1422) m 1400           
                       _PHILIP DYMOKE Knt.____________________|
                      | (1400 - 1455) m 1431                  |
                      |                                       |_ELIZABETH de HEBDEN ___________
                      |                                         (1380 - 1453) m 1400           
 _THOMAS DYMOKE Knt.__|
| (1427 - 1470) m 1457|
|                     |                                        _ROBERT CONYERS ________________+
|                     |                                       | (.... - 1437)                  
|                     |_JOAN CONYERS _________________________|
|                       (1402 - ....) m 1431                  |
|                                                             |_ISABEL PERT ___________________
|                                                                                              
|
|--ROBERT DYMOKE Baron Knt.of Scrivelsby
|  (1461 - 1544)
|                                                              _EUDO de WELLES Lord of Gainsby_+
|                                                             | (1385 - 1421) m 1416           
|                      _LIONEL de WELLES 6th Baron, Knt. K.G._|
|                     | (1406 - 1461) m 1428                  |
|                     |                                       |_MAUD de GREYSTOKE _____________+
|                     |                                         (1385 - ....) m 1416           
|_MARGARET de WELLES _|
  (1427 - 1480) m 1457|
                      |                                        _ROBERT de WATERTON Knt.________
                      |                                       | (1380 - ....)                  
                      |_JOAN de WATERTON of Yorkshire_________|
                        (1407 - 1434) m 1428                  |
                                                              |_JOAN de EVERINGHAM ____________+
                                                                (1380 - ....)                  

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Martha FERGUSON

ABT 1786 - ____

ID Number: I66991

  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1786
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2539]
Father: William FERGUSON
Mother: Margaret VIVION



                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _John HUNT __________|
                      | (1626 - 1679)       |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _William FERGUSON ___|
| (1750 - 1817) m 1779|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Martha FERGUSON 
|  (1786 - ....)
|                                            _John VIVION II______+
|                                           | (1681 - 1720) m 1711
|                      _John VIVION III_____|
|                     | (1714 - 1790) m 1735|
|                     |                     |_Elizabeth THACKER __+
|                     |                       (1694 - 1732) m 1711
|_Margaret VIVION ____|
  (1754 - ....) m 1779|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Jane SMITH _________|
                        (1715 - 1803) m 1735|
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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John Cary PAGE

9 May 1784 - 14 May 1853

ID Number: I85909

  • RESIDENCE: of "The Fork," Cumberland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 9 May 1784, The Fork, Cumberland, Virginia
  • DEATH: 14 May 1853, Union Hill, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2066]
Father: Carter PAGE
Mother: Mary "Polly" CARY


Notes


I. John Cary Page, eldest, b. at "The Fork," Cumberland Co., Va., May 9, 1784; removed to Union Hill, same county. Married (Oct. 12, 1808) Mary Anna Trent.

                                                      _Mann I PAGE of "Rosewell"____________________+
                                                     | (1691 - 1730) m 1718                         
                       _John PAGE of North End_______|
                      | (1720 - 1774) m 1740         |
                      |                              |_Judith CARTER _______________________________+
                      |                                (1693 - 1750) m 1718                         
 _Carter PAGE ________|
| (1744 - 1825) m 1783|
|                     |                               _William "The Black Swan" BYRD II of Westover_+
|                     |                              | (1674 - 1744) m 1724                         
|                     |_Jane BYRD of Westover________|
|                       (1727 - 1794) m 1740         |
|                                                    |_Maria TAYLOR ________________________________+
|                                                      (1698 - 1771) m 1724                         
|
|--John Cary PAGE 
|  (1784 - 1853)
|                                                     _Henry CARY of Ampthill_______________________+
|                                                    | (1700 - 1749)                                
|                      _Archibald CARY of "Ampthill"_|
|                     | (1720 - 1787) m 1744         |
|                     |                              |______________________________________________
|                     |                                                                             
|_Mary "Polly" CARY __|
  (1766 - 1797) m 1783|
                      |                               _Richard RANDOLPH I of Curles_________________+
                      |                              | (1686 - 1748) m 1714                         
                      |_Mary Isham RANDOLPH _________|
                        (1727 - 1781) m 1744         |
                                                     |_Jane BOLLING ________________________________+
                                                       (1703 - 1766) m 1714                         

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Gen. Richard Lucian PAGE C.S.A.

20 Dec 1807 - ____

ID Number: I41846

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A.Navy Cmdr and USN
  • RESIDENCE: Clarke Co. and Norfolk, VA
  • BIRTH: 20 Dec 1807, Clarke Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio Notes
Father: William Byrd PAGE of Frederick
Mother: Anne (Anna) LEE


Family 1 : Alexina TAYLOR

Notes


Brig. General Richard Lucian Page - 20 Dec. 1807 - Clarke Co., Va. General Richard L. Page, distinguished in the naval and military history of the Confederate States, was born in Clarke county, Va., in 1807. The worthy Virginia family to which he belongs is descended from John Page, an immigrant from England in early days, one of whose descendants, John Page, wedded Jane Byrd of Westover. Their son, Mann Page, was father to William Byrd Page, born at North End, Gloucester county, in 1768, who was a farmer by occupation, and died at Fairfield, Clarke county, in 1812. He married Ann Lee, who was born at Leesylvania, Prince William county, in 1776, and died at Washington, D.C. She was a daughter of Henry Lee, and sister of Gen.Henry Lee, the famous cavalry officer, known as "Light Horse Harry," father of Gen. Robert E. Lee. Another brother, Charles Lee, was attorney-general of the United States in Washington's administration.


Richard L. Page, son of William Byrd and Ann Page, became a midshipman in the United States navy March 12, 1824, being first assigned to the sloop-of-war John Adams, of the West Indies squadron, Commodore Porter, making two short cruises. In 1825 he was ordered to the frigate Brandywine to convey General La Fayette to France under Commodore Morris. In the Mediterranean he was transferred to the frigate Constitution. He returned to the United States in 1828 in the Constitution, after which he was ordered to the frigate Constellation, Commodore Wadsworth, and was detached from her at New York to prepare for his examination. From 1830 to 1834 he was attached to the sloop-of-war Concord as passed midshipman and sailing master, which ship, after conveying John Randolph as minister to Russia, joined the squadron in the Mediterranean. March 26, 1834, he was commissioned lieutenant and ordered to the Enterprise on the Brazil station, was then transferred to the Ontario, afterward served as executive officer of the schooner Enterprise on the East India station, was transferred to the sloop-of-war Peacock, and returned to the United States in her the fall of 1837, having circumnavigated the globe, when he was given two years' leave of absence to visit Europe. Subsequent duty was as ordnance officer in the Norfolk navy yard, then to the frigate Macedonia in the West Indies for two cruises of one year each, with Commodores Wilkinson and Shubrick; next two years at the Norfolk naval rendezvous; then as executive officer of the sloop-of-war Fairfield of the Mediterranean squadron in 1844 and 1845. Returning in the Fairfield to the United States, he was ordered to the receiving battleship Pennsylvania at Norfolk in 1845. He was executive officer, and for two years lieutenant commanding the frigate Independence, flagship of Commodore Shubrick, during the Mexican war. Returning home in 1849, he was ordered on ordnance duty at Norfolk navy yard. In 1852-54, in command of the United States brig Perry, he served with the African squadron, and following that cruise became executive officer at the Norfolk navy yard, and a member of the Retiring board. He was promoted commander September 14, 1855. As assistant inspector of ordnance he remained at Norfolk until the spring of 1857, when he was given command of the sloop-of-war Germantown and attached to the East India squadron, returning to the United States in her in 1859.


At the outbreak of the war of the Confederacy he was on duty at Norfolk as ordnance officer, to which he had been recalled a year previous. As soon as Virginia seceded he resigned his rank and office, and was appointed aide-de-camp on the staff of Governor Letcher of Virginia, with special duties in the organization of a State navy. He superintended the erection of the fortifications at the mouth of the James river, and those on the Nansemond river and Pagan creek. On June 10, 1861, he entered the navy of the Confederate States, with a commission as commander. Until the evacuation of Norfolk he served as ordnance officer at the navy yard, and during the actions of the Virginia in Hampton Roads he served as a volunteer in firing the 11-inch gun at Sewell's point against the Federal vessels. With the machinery and mechanics removed from Norfolk at its evacuation, Commander Page, having been promoted to captain, established the ordnance and construction depot at Charlotte, N.C., which he managed with such efficiency that the works became indispensable to the Southern Confederacy. In this important duty he was engaged for about two years, except the period of his assignment to the command of the naval forces at Savannah, and with Commodore Tattnall on the gunboat Savannah at the naval battle of Port Royal. March l, 1864, he was commissioned brigadier-general in the provisional army and assigned to the command of the outer defenses of Mobile bay.


He established his headquarters at Port Morgan, where, on August 8th, he was summoned to surrender by Farragut's flag lieutenant and General Granger's chief of staff. Although he had but about 400 effective men and twenty-six serviceable guns to oppose 10,000 troops and over 200 guns of the attacking forces, he gallantly replied that he would defend the post to the last extremity. During the succeeding two weeks the enemy was busy advancing his lines on the land side, meantime keeping up a desultory fire day and night, and on the morning of August 22d a furious bombardment began. The heavy guns on Mobile point were trained at a distance of only 250 yards, and the enemy's navy took station at convenient points, the ironclads at close range, and an incessant fire followed. During twelve hours 3,000 shells were thrown into the fort. But General Page and his heroic men kept up the fight with all their power; the citadel of the fort took fire at 9 o'clock at night; the walls of the fort were repeatedly breached, and the best guns disabled. Serving the guns that were left and spiking those dismounted, fighting the fire which was threatening the magazine, and throwing into the cisterns all powder not immediately needed, the garrison fought all night in a storm of shot and shell, until, with no means of defense, they were compelled to capitulate on the following morning, August 23d, with all the honors of war.


The defense of Fort Morgan under the command of General Page is one of the most celebrated instances of heroism in the history of the war. After the capitulation, General Page was held as a prisoner of war until September, 1865. Since that date he has resided at Norfolk, where he now enjoys the esteem and honor due his long and distinguished public services. For nearly seven years of this time he served with marked efficiency as superintendent of the public schools of Norfolk. In 1841 he married Miss Alexina Taylor, of Norfolk, Va. CMH, vol. 3



                                                         _John PAGE of North End______+
                                                        | (1720 - 1774) m 1740        
                                  _Mann PAGE ___________|
                                 | (1742 - 1787)        |
                                 |                      |_Jane BYRD of Westover_______+
                                 |                        (1727 - 1794) m 1740        
 _William Byrd PAGE of Frederick_|
| (1768 - 1812) m 1797           |
|                                |                       _Samuel SELDEN of Salvington_+
|                                |                      | (1725 - 1791) m 1751        
|                                |_Mary Mason SELDEN ___|
|                                  (1754 - 1787)        |
|                                                       |_Mary Thomson MASON _________+
|                                                         (1731 - 1758) m 1751        
|
|--Richard Lucian PAGE C.S.A.
|  (1807 - ....)
|                                                        _Henry LEE I_________________+
|                                                       | (1691 - 1747) m 1723        
|                                 _Henry LEE II_________|
|                                | (1729 - 1787) m 1753 |
|                                |                      |_Mary BLAND _________________+
|                                |                        (1704 - 1764) m 1723        
|_Anne (Anna) LEE _______________|
  (1776 - 1857) m 1797           |
                                 |                       _John GRYMES Esq.of Brandon__+
                                 |                      | (1693 - ....) m 1715        
                                 |_Lucy Ludwell GRYMES _|
                                   (1720 - ....) m 1753 |
                                                        |_Lucy LUDWELL _______________+
                                                          (1698 - ....) m 1715        

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Bertha V. ? SACHSE See Notes

1895 - 1931

ID Number: I964

  • BIRTH: 1895
  • DEATH: 1931
  • BURIAL: Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Father: Eugene SACHSE


Notes


Bertha is buried next to Arthur and Eugene - she is probably a sister.

                                             _Daniel Boone SACHSE ___+
                                            | (1856 - 1934) m 1873   
                       _Robert Lee SACHSE __|
                      | (1878 - 1948) m 1894|
                      |                     |_Lilly Drucella CHERRY _+
                      |                       (1858 - 1934) m 1873   
 _Eugene SACHSE ______|
| (1914 - 1967)       |
|                     |                      _William James REDDELL _+
|                     |                     | (1851 - 1939) m 1878   
|                     |_Dona Inez REDDELL __|
|                       (1878 - 1958) m 1894|
|                                           |_Sara Jennie FERGUSON __+
|                                             (1854 - 1931) m 1878   
|
|--Bertha V. ? SACHSE See Notes
|  (1895 - 1931)
|                                            ________________________
|                                           |                        
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |________________________
|                     |                                              
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      ________________________
                      |                     |                        
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |________________________
                                                                     

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Joseph SPENCER

ABT 1740 - ____

ID Number: I80542

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3005]

Family 1 : Sarah MOORE

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Thomas TANNER

ABT 1686 - ____

ID Number: I64621

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1686, Henrico Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2355] [S2449]
Father: Joseph TANNER II
Mother: Anne FLOYD


Family 1 : Judith
  1. +Judith TANNER

Notes


"His father died when he was a child and his grandmother Mary (—) Tanner Platt raised him. Thomas was living in Bristol Parish of Prince George County in 1708 when he bought the 150-acre portion of “Baldwins” his brother Joseph inherited . Yet in June 1716, Thomas Tanner was in Henrico County when he conveyed a 50-acre portion of “Baldwins” to brother Lodowick and the remaining 100 acres to William Baugh. William Bass sold Thomas Tanner 75 acres on Proctors Creek in January 1728/9. Later that same year, Tanner sold a part of this land and a piece of another tract — 200 total acres — to Robert Moseley. The same time he bought the land he was living on from James Aiken Jr.
Thomas Tanner and Francis Worsham held 300 acres in Henrico County on the north side of the Appomattox River in 1725. In April 1745 they sold 160 acres to William Watkins of King and Queen County and Tanner conveyed his interest in the remaining 140 acres to Worsham.
To Thomas Tanner alone they issued two patents to land: 400 acres north of the Appomattox River in Henrico (now Chesterfield) County in 1734 and 300 acres on both sides of Flat Creek in Amelia County in 1742. On 14 March 1744/5, Thomas Tanner and Judith — , his wife, “of Dale Parish, Henrico County,” conveyed the 300-acre 1734-patent to Joseph Motley [M] for £20 . Motley included the property in his 1,383 acre patent . William Sharpe sold 372 acres on Deep Creek in Henrico to Tanner in October 1745. Tanner paid taxes on two levies and 550 acres of land — 150 acres plus the new 400-acre patent — in 1736.
On 28 June 1760, Thomas Tanner, of Amelia County, with no wife, sold the center part of his 1734-patent to Alexander Brown for £82. He had been in Amelia County since about 1748 and died there about 1764 [26 Mar 1763 / 26 Sep 1765]. In his will Thomas lent “Friend Susannah Baldwin, widow” £5 until her death. Susanna (—) Baldwin was the widow of William Baldwin who died in Amelia County [14 Apr 1755 / 27 Mar 1760]. Thomas’s grandfather owned plantation “Baldwins” but we do not know what the relationship, if any, might have been."
Children:
1.Martha Tanner married a Brown.
2.Nathaniel Tanner [3522.1.2.2] was charged one tithable in 1756 and was living in Chesterfield County, Virginia, near Dry Creek in 1765. He obtained a patent for 385 acres in Bedford County in 1771 . He died in Bedford County [15 Jun 1781 / 26 Nov 1781] naming wife, Mary — , and seven children in his will.
3.Joseph Tanner, as Joseph Tanner Jr. paid taxes in one levy in Henrico County in 1736. He held land in Henrico County as early as March 1742/3 and was a tithable in Amelia County as early as 1754. He arrived from Chesterfield County in the fall 1753 when his brother, Joel Tanner of Nottoway Parish, sold Joseph Tanner Jr. of Dale Parish, Chesterfield County 134 acres on the north side of Winticomack Creek for £35. Joseph sold this property in 1769 to Archelius Tanner who, in 1777, along with his wife, Sarah — , sold it to Gideon Winfrey .
4.Judith Tanner married John Johns.
5.Joel Tanner Sr. obtained a patent for 200 acres on Winningham Creek in Amelia (now Nottoway) County in 1742 but did not occupy the land until 1746. Joel sold his brother-in-law, John Johns Sr., of Raleigh Parish, 300 acres in Raleigh Parish on the south side of Deep Creek. This was part of a property they would not officially patent to Joel until three years later. This deed was dated 17 March 1747/8 and John paid £20. Johns was already living on adjacent land. Joel married Lucy Ellington [EL.1.7] the daughter of David Ellington who mentioned a daughter Lucy Tanner in his 1773-will in Amelia County.
6.Joshua Tanner. [S2449]

                                              _Abraham or Josias TANNER "the Immigrant"_
                                             | (1600 - ....)                            
                       _Joseph TANNER I______|
                      | (1630 - 1673) m 1658 |
                      |                      |__________________________________________
                      |                                                                 
 _Joseph TANNER II____|
| (1661 - 1699) m 1682|
|                     |                       _John BROWNE "the Immigrant"______________
|                     |                      | (1609 - 1655)                            
|                     |_Mary BROWNE? JONES? _|
|                       (1635 - ....) m 1658 |
|                                            |__________________________________________
|                                                                                       
|
|--Thomas TANNER 
|  (1686 - ....)
|                                             __________________________________________
|                                            |                                          
|                      _Edward FLOYD ________|
|                     | (1630 - ....)        |
|                     |                      |__________________________________________
|                     |                                                                 
|_Anne FLOYD _________|
  (1664 - 1688) m 1682|
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                      |______________________|
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                                             |__________________________________________
                                                                                        

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[S2449]

[S2449]


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ELIZABETH TROUTBECK

ABT 1452 - ____

ID Number: I93146

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1452
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS

Family 1 : ROBERT KNOLLYS
  1. +ROBERT KNOLLYS

Notes


Father: John TROUTBECK Disc #67 Pin #493990
Mother: Margery HULSE Disc #67 Pin #493991

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Woodson VEST

ABT 1860 - ____

ID Number: I16642

  • RESIDENCE: KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1860
  • RESOURCES: See: [S505]

Family 1 : Sarah GREER

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