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Bennet BISCOE

____ - ____

ID Number: I83885

  • RESIDENCE: St. Mary's Co. MD
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1580]
Father: John BISCOE
Mother: Elizabeth MACKEY


Family 1 : Ann REEDER
  1.  Basil BISCOE
  2.  James BISCOE

Notes


Mentioned 12 Apr 1777-21 Jul 1777 St. Mary's Co.Maryland,USA
Heir 31 May 1777-12 Aug 1777 St. Mary's Co.Maryland,USA
Land 12 AUG 1777 Barrenwoods,St. Mary's Co.Maryland, USA

                                             _John BISCOE ________+
                                            | (1640 - ....) m 1684
                       _Thomas BISCOE ______|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_Ann JACKSON ________
                      |                       (1650 - ....) m 1684
 _John BISCOE ________|
| (.... - 1777) m 1752|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Bennet BISCOE 
|  
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Elizabeth MACKEY ___|
  (.... - 1796) m 1752|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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WALTER CLOPTON Lord of Chiperley Manor

ABT 1293 - 1327

ID Number: I67964

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1293, Kentwell, Suffolk, England
  • DEATH: 1327, Poslingford, County Suffolk or Wickham Brook, England
  • BURIAL: The Church of the Blessed Mary, near Chipley Prior
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2579]
Father: WILLIAM CLOPTON Lord of Chiperley
Mother: PIGOTT


Family 1 : ALICE FITZ HUGH
  1. +THOMAS (de Cloptone) CLOPTON Knt.
  2. +WILLIAM CLOPTON Lord of Toppesfield, Knt

Notes


Marriage 2 Anwett or Ivetta WEYLAND Birth: 1298 Place: Kentwell, Suffolk, England Marriage: 1325 Place: Wickham Brook, Suffolk, England (Married: AFT. 1284 ) Children: John CLOPTON.

                                                                        _WILLIAM CLOPTON ____+
                                                                       | (1160 - 1216)       
                                     _WALTER (de Cloptone) de CLOPTON _|
                                    | (1195 - ....) m 1238             |
                                    |                                  |_DAME COCKERELL _____+
                                    |                                    (1170 - ....)       
 _WILLIAM CLOPTON Lord of Chiperley_|
| (1250 - ....) m 1280              |
|                                   |                                   _WILLIAM TRUSSELL ___
|                                   |                                  | (1170 - ....)       
|                                   |_FRANCES TRUSSELL ________________|
|                                     (1200 - ....) m 1238             |
|                                                                      |_____________________
|                                                                                            
|
|--WALTER CLOPTON Lord of Chiperley Manor
|  (1293 - 1327)
|                                                                       _____________________
|                                                                      |                     
|                                    __________________________________|
|                                   |                                  |
|                                   |                                  |_____________________
|                                   |                                                        
|_ PIGOTT __________________________|
  (1258 - ....) m 1280              |
                                    |                                   _____________________
                                    |                                  |                     
                                    |__________________________________|
                                                                       |
                                                                       |_____________________
                                                                                             

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Gov. John Jordan CRITTENDEN of Kentucky

10 Sep 1786 - 26 Jul 1863

ID Number: I42819

  • TITLE: Gov.
  • OCCUPATION: War of 1812, US and State Senator; US Senator and Gov. 1848.
  • RESIDENCE: Woodford and Logan and Franklin Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 10 Sep 1786, near Versailles, Woodford Co. Kentucky
  • DEATH: 26 Jul 1863, Frankfort, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes [S734] [S764] [S1615] [S1956]
Father: John CRITTENDEN of "Norwood"
Mother: Judith HARRIS


Family 1 : Sarah Alexander "Sallie" LEE
  1.  George Bibb CRITTENDEN C.S.A.
  2. +Mary Ann CRITTENDEN
  3. +Thomas Leonidas CRITTENDEN
  4.  Cornelia CRITTENDEN
  5. +Sarah Lee CRITTENDEN
Family 2 : Maria Knox INNES
Family 3 : Elizabeth MOSS

Notes


Lawyers and Lawmakers of Kentucky, by H. Levin, editor, 1897. Published by Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago. Reprinted by Southern Historical Press. p. 114. Franklin County.
JOHN JORDAN CRITTENDEN. High on the roll of fame is written the name of this man. One of the chiefs among the illustrious sons of the nation, he was instrumental in shaping the history of the republic, and rose to an eminence which was a natural sequence of his noble life and wonderful talents. Kentucky is proud to count him among her native sons and loves to do him honor.


He was born in Woodford county, near the town of Versailles, September 10, 1786, a son of John Crittenden, a Revolutionary officer who removed to Kentucky soon after the conclusion of the war. John J. Crittenden obtained his elementary education in the schools of his native state, continued his scholastic studies in Washington academy, Virginia, and completed his education in the William and Mary College, in the same state. His law studies were prosecuted under the direction of Hon. George M. Bibb, and he became thoroughly prepared for the practice of his profession. At that period the Green river country was the attractive field for enterprise in the state, and Mr. Crittenden embarked in law practice in Russellville. His brilliant oratory filled the country with his praise, and his constituency demanded that he should represent his district in the legislature.


In 1811 he was the member from Logan county in the general assembly, and the county conferred the honor upon him through six consecutive terms. In 1815-16, and again in 1829-32, he was elected speaker of the house. He was also in two campaigns of the war of 1812 as aide to General Ramsey in the expedition commanded by General Hopkins. During his legislative career he had gained a state reputation, and in 1817 was elected to the United States senate, where he at once made a reputation as an orator. He retired from the United States senate in 1819, and removed from Russellville to establish his residence at Frankfort, which thenceforth remained his home. He was in sympathy with the anti-relief party and the Old Court, giving his great influence in their behalf and offering himself, in 1825, as a candidate for the lower house of the Kentucky legislature from Franklin county, opposed by Colonel Solomon P. Sharp. He held the office of attorney general, and was one of the most conspicuous and able of the New Court party. After a spirited contest, Mr. Crittenden was defeated. His opponent, Colonel Sharp, was assassinated November 7, 1825, on the eve of the assembling of the legislature. At the election held to fill the vacancy thus caused, Mr. Crittenden was again a candidate and was elected. He held a seat in the lower house for several terms, and from 1829 to 1832, was speaker of the house. He was again elected to the United States senate in 1835, resigning to accept the office of attorney general at the hands of President William H. Harrison. On Mr. Harrison's death he resigned his office, and was again, in 1842, elected by the state legislature to the United States senate, resigning his seat to make sure of the success of his party in the pending election for governor, sacrificing his own interests for his party; he became the candidate for governor and was elected.


He resigned as governor July 31, 1850, when he again entered the office of the attorney general of the United States, at the request of President Fillmore. In 1855 he was again the choice of the legislature and took his seat as senator for Kentucky, serving his full term, on the expiration of which, in 1861, he was elected to the house of representatives at Washington. He died in Louisville July 25, 1863, while a member of congress.


His support was given the Whig party until is dissolution, when he united with the forces of the American party; but that had but a brief existence and he was then left without a political home. He, however, uniformly opposed the measures of the Democracy as contrary to his ideal of the best interests of the country.
A detailed account of the labors of Mr. Crittenden would involve the history of the nation through a most important epoch; but conspicuous as was his whole career his last efforts were the greatest. True to the conservative character of his nature, he offered, during his last senatorial term, a plan to adjust the differences between the north and south, known as "The Crittenden Propositions," which were discussed in the peace convention as well as the senate. By this plan he hoped to stay the secession movement and avert civil war. He proposed to renew the Missouri line of thirty-six degrees and thirty minutes; to prohibit slavery north, and to permit it south of that line, as prescribed by the inhabitants of the district; to admit new states with or without slavery as the constituents might provide; to prohibit congress from abolishing slavery in the District of Columbia so long as it existed in Virginia or Maryland; and to pay for fugitive slaves rescued after arrest. These were the main provisions. He advocated them with characteristic earnestness, but his patriotic intentions were thwarted.


Mr. Crittenden retired from the senate in March, 1861, but he did not cease his efforts to avert a collision between the people of the two sections. He was the president of the Border States convention, held in Frankfort, Kentucky, in May, 1861, in which it was sought to mediate between the hostile parties. An address was issued, but the time for conciliation had passed; indeed, the war had already begun. Mr. Crittenden avowed himself in favor of maintaining the integrity of the Union at all hazards. He was elected to congress from the Ashland district, and took his seat at the extra session in July, 1861, and frequently participated in the debates. He denounced the confiscation act, the emancipation proclamation, and the enlistment of negroes as soldiers, as obnoxious and dangerous, if not unconstitutional, measures; yet these, he admitted, were minor considerations as compared with the preservation of the union of the states.


By profession a lawyer, the political arena was more congenial to him; perhaps it would be more correct to say that he entered political life so young that he acquired a taste for the one to the exclusion of the other. As an advocate he stood almost without a rival at the bar, yet he was never a profound lawyer; he was a generous, magnanimous and brave man, clear, comprehensive and decided in his convictions, and one who never shrank from the expression of them on any public question. His patriotism was never questioned by even his most bitter partisan enemy. Few men, not even the immortal Henry Clay, who was contemporary with Mr. Crittenden, have been so honored by their state or so frequently sent as their representative to the United States senate. As a member of the Kentucky legislature, as secretary of state of Kentucky in 1834, as governor in 1848, as United States senator and as congressman, he acquitted himself with honor, and has left his impress upon the laws of the state and nation.
Crittenden Bibb Sharp
=Woodford-KY Logan-KY


The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volume III
page 41:
Crittenden, John Jordan, statesman, was born near Versailles, Woodford county, Ky., Sept. 10, 1787; son of Maj. John. Crittenden, and a direct descendant of Thomas Jefferson. His father, an officer in the Continental army, removed from Virginia to Kentucky about 1784, became a successful planter and died in 1809. The son was graduated at William and Mary college, Williamsburg, Va., in 1806, studied law under the Hon. George M. Bibb and was licensed to practise. He was attorney-general of the territory of Illinois, 1809-10, and served in the war of 1819-13. He was married in 1811 to Sallie O., daughter of Maj. John Lee of Woodford county, Ky. He located at Russellville, Ky., where he practised law and represented Logan county in [p.41] the state legislature, 1811-17, serving during the last term as speaker. In 1817 he was elected to the U.S. senate and served through the 15th congress, 1817-19, then resigned and was succeeded by Richard M. Johnson. In 1819 he removed to Frankfort in order to practise in the higher courts. He afterward represented Franklin county in the state legislature for several years during the time of the court controversy, and championed the old court.


In 1827 he was U.S. district attorney, and in 1829 was removed by President Jackson. He was again elected to the U.S. senate in 1835, and was reflected in 1841, but resigned when he was appointed by President Harrison attorney-general in his cabinet, March 4, 1841. He resigned from the attorney-generalship upon the death of the President, and on March 31, 1842, upon the resignation of Henry Clay as U.S. senator, he became his successor by appointment of Governor Letcher, and in 1843 was elected for a full term. He resigned from the senate in 1848 upon being elected governor of Kentucky, and resigned the governorship in 1850 to accept the position of attorney-general in the cabinet of President Fillmore. As attorney-general he wrote an opinion on the constitutionality of the fugitive slave law. At the close of the administration the legislature of Kentucky again returned him to the U.S. senate and he served, 1855-61. He opposed the repeal of the Missouri compromise, took issue with the policy of Presidents Pierce and Buchanan, and in 1860 favored the election of Bell and Everett. He was then elected a representative from Kentucky to the 37th congress. He was opposed to the secession of the southern states and made strenuous efforts to effect a compromise that would avert civil war. In the 37th congress, July, 1861, he offered a resolution that was adopted with but two dissenting votes: declaring the war to be waged only to defend and maintain the supremacy of the constitution and preserve the Union and that when this was accomplished the war should cease. He opposed the admission of West Virginia as a separate state and the employment of colored men as soldiers. His last speech in congress was delivered when he was seventy-six years old. The state of Kentucky erected a monument to his memory. He received the degree of LL.D. from Centre college, Ky., in 1860. See his Life by Mrs. Chapman Coleman. He died near Frankfort, Ky., July 23, 1863.


Governor CRITTENDEN was a graduate of William and Mary College, Virginia, class of 1806; was Attorney General of the territory of Illinois in 1809-1810; served in the campaigns of the War of 1812 as aide to General RAMSEY, in the expedition commanded by General HOPKINS, and as Aide on the Staff of Gov. Isaac SHELBY, whose report of the Battle of the Thames praises his conspicuous gallantry; he was often a Representative in the Kentucky Legislature and was four times elected Speaker of that body; was Secretary of State and Governor of Kentucky, 1850-1853; Representative in Congress, 1861-1863 and author of the Crittenden Compromise; was four times Senator of the United States and twice Attorney General; he m. (secondly) Mrs. Maria Knox (INNES) TODD, who d. 1851, dau. of Judge Harry INNES of Kentucky and his second wife, Mrs. Ann (HARRIS) SHIELDS. His third wife, whom he m. 3d February, 1853, was Mrs. Elizabeth (MOSS) (WILCOX) ASHLEY, b. 1804, d. 1873, dau. of Dr. James W. MOSS and widow, first of Dr. Daniel P. WILCOX, and next of Gen. William H. ASHLEY, who d. 1838.






                                                                    _____________________
                                                                   |                     
                                ___________________________________|
                               |                                   |
                               |                                   |_____________________
                               |                                                         
 _John CRITTENDEN of "Norwood"_|
| (1742 - 1800) m 1783         |
|                              |                                    _____________________
|                              |                                   |                     
|                              |___________________________________|
|                                                                  |
|                                                                  |_____________________
|                                                                                        
|
|--John Jordan CRITTENDEN of Kentucky
|  (1786 - 1863)
|                                                                   _John HARRIS ________+
|                                                                  | (1703 - 1751) m 1727
|                               _John Jordan HARRIS Jr. of Norwood_|
|                              | (1732 - 1800) m 1754              |
|                              |                                   |_Ursula JORDAN ______
|                              |                                     (1706 - 1734) m 1727
|_Judith HARRIS _______________|
  (1760 - ....) m 1783         |
                               |                                    _Thomas TURPIN Jr.___+
                               |                                   | (1708 - 1784) m 1732
                               |_Anne Obedience TURPIN ____________|
                                 (1734 - 1800) m 1754              |
                                                                   |_Mary JEFFERSON _____+
                                                                     (1714 - 1784) m 1732

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[S1615]

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Terry Elizabeth GARRETT

3 Apr 1842 - 11 Dec 1941

ID Number: I96489

  • RESIDENCE: Marion Co. AR
  • OCCUPATION: Confederate Heroine
  • BIRTH: 3 Apr 1842
  • DEATH: 11 Dec 1941
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S3537]
Father: Temple Hicks GARRETT C.S.A.
Mother: Henrietta HINSON


Notes


H.A. Fulbright (Husband) b. About 1839.


Clementine, 19, fiancee of Lafe Rice, and Elizabeth, 20, daughters of Temple Garrett, drove an ox team and wagon from Rolling Prairie in Marion County to the Cash place in Richland where Mrs. Cash and others had buried them with her help. The five bodies were disinterred and the journey begun to take them to Marion County. The stench of death prevented them going further than this site, where the two girls dug a grave and buried the five men."


                                                     _(RESEARCH QUERY) GARRETT Of Virginia or NC_
                                                    |                                            
                               _Levi GARRETT _______|
                              | (1796 - 1880)       |
                              |                     |____________________________________________
                              |                                                                  
 _Temple Hicks GARRETT C.S.A._|
| (1818 - 1864) m 1838        |
|                             |                      ____________________________________________
|                             |                     |                                            
|                             |_____________________|
|                                                   |
|                                                   |____________________________________________
|                                                                                                
|
|--Terry Elizabeth GARRETT 
|  (1842 - 1941)
|                                                    ____________________________________________
|                                                   |                                            
|                              _George HINSON ______|
|                             | (1758 - 1830)       |
|                             |                     |____________________________________________
|                             |                                                                  
|_Henrietta HINSON ___________|
  (1817 - 1900) m 1838        |
                              |                      ____________________________________________
                              |                     |                                            
                              |_____________________|
                                                    |
                                                    |____________________________________________
                                                                                                 

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Samuel HANCOCK Jr.

ABT 1702 - 1760

ID Number: I58681

  • RESIDENCE: of Henrico & Chesterfield Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1702, of Dale Parish, Virginia
  • DEATH: 1760, Chesterfield Co. Virginia [284340]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1213] [S1422] [S2583]
Father: Samuel HANCOCK Sr.
Mother: Johan HANCOCK


Family 1 : Elizabeth JAMESON
  1.  John HANCOCK
  2.  Mary HANCOCK
  3.  Sarah HANCOCK
  4.  William HANCOCK
  5. +Simeon HANCOCK
  6. +Phoebe HANCOCK
  7.  Johan HANCOCK
  8. +Rachel DUVALL
  9. +Henry MERONEY

Notes


WILL: Dated 1 SEP 1760, was proved in Chesterfield County in 1760. Chesterfield Will Book 1:377; lived in Dale Parish (now Chesterfield Co.);
married Elizabeth Jameson or Jameston, d. between 1747-1760, daughter of John and Elizabeth Jameston.


ERROR marriage dates: Married: 5 APR 1700 in Henrico Parish, Henrico Co., VA

[S1422] [S1213]

[284340]
will probated in Chesterfield,VA


                                              _Simon HANCOCK _______________________+
                                             | (1620 - 1649) m 1642                 
                       _William HANCOCK _____|
                      | (1645 - 1687) m 1668 |
                      |                      |_Sarah Gilbert GAYE __________________
                      |                        (1620 - 1689) m 1642                 
 _Samuel HANCOCK Sr.__|
| (1676 - 1733) m 1700|
|                     |                       _William COCKCROFT ___________________
|                     |                      | (1613 - ....)                        
|                     |_Elizabeth COCKCROFT _|
|                       (1643 - 1685) m 1668 |
|                                            |_Elizabeth BURNETT ___________________
|                                              (1612 - 1653)                        
|
|--Samuel HANCOCK Jr.
|  (1702 - 1760)
|                                             _Simon HANCOCK _______________________+
|                                            | (1620 - 1649) m 1642                 
|                      _Robert HANCOCK ______|
|                     | (1650 - 1708)        |
|                     |                      |_Sarah Gilbert GAYE __________________
|                     |                        (1620 - 1689) m 1642                 
|_Johan HANCOCK ______|
  (1680 - ....) m 1700|
                      |                       _Thomas (Lygon) LIGON "the Immigrant"_+
                      |                      | (1622 - 1674) m 1648                 
                      |_Johan LIGON _________|
                        (1653 - 1728)        |
                                             |_Mary HARRIS _________________________+
                                               (1625 - 1703) m 1648                 

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John HOUSTON III

ABT 1726 - ABT 1798

ID Number: I94119

  • RESIDENCE: Ireland and Rockbridge Co. VA and TN and Logan Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1726, Ireland
  • DEATH: ABT 1798, Logan Co. Kentucky
  • BURIAL: Whippoorwill Creek Church Cemetery, Logan Co. KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3464] [S3710]
Father: John HOUSTON II "the Immigrant"
Mother: Margaret Mary CUNNINGHAM


Family 1 : Sarah TODD

Notes


"The descendants of this John Houston, fourth child of John Houston, the emigrant, have been identified very closely with Tennessee history since the days of the illfated state of Franklin whose constitution Rev. Samuel Houston, third son of above John, assisted in framing. Rev. Samuel Rutherford, son of Rev. Samuel Houston, was the compiler of "Biographical Accounts of the Houston Family accompanied by a Genealogical Table", published in Cincinnati 1882.
(Source: Notable Southern Families, Vols I & II)"


Children:
2 James HOUSTON b: ABT. 1754 + Elizabeth WEIR
2 John HOUSTON IV b: ABT. 1750 d: UNKNOWN
2 Samuel HOUSTON b: 1 JAN 1758 d: 30 JAN 1839 + ? HALL + Margaret WALKER b: 1771 d: 14 AUG 1854
2 William HOUSTON
2 Matthew HOUSTON b: ABT. 1762 d: 1847 + Martha CLOYD b: 1765
2 Alice HOUSTON + William STEPHENSON
2 Margaret HOUSTON + Alexander MCEWEN + Samuel DOAK
2 Esther HOUSTON + Joel WALLACE
2 Isabella HOUSTON
2 Robert HOUSTON b: 1768 d: 1863 + ? MATTHEWS


[S3464]


                                                         _(RESEARCH QUERY) HOUSTON _
                                                        |                           
                                   _Samuel HOUSTON _____|
                                  | (1650 - 1730) m 1670|
                                  |                     |___________________________
                                  |                                                 
 _John HOUSTON II "the Immigrant"_|
| (1689 - 1754) m 1717            |
|                                 |                      ___________________________
|                                 |                     |                           
|                                 |_Margaret MCCLUNG ___|
|                                   (1650 - 1747) m 1670|
|                                                       |___________________________
|                                                                                   
|
|--John HOUSTON III
|  (1726 - 1798)
|                                                        ___________________________
|                                                       |                           
|                                  _____________________|
|                                 |                     |
|                                 |                     |___________________________
|                                 |                                                 
|_Margaret Mary CUNNINGHAM _______|
  (1696 - 1754) m 1717            |
                                  |                      ___________________________
                                  |                     |                           
                                  |_____________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |___________________________
                                                                                    

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Elizabeth Ann PATILLO


This person is presumed living.

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Angeline PEACOCK

ABT 1810 - ____

ID Number: I4066

  • RESIDENCE: Jasper, Morgan Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1810
  • RESOURCES: See: [S171]
Father: John Thomas PEACOCK
Mother: Hannah COLLINSWORTH



                                                   _____________________
                                                  |                     
                        _Levi PEACOCK ____________|
                       | (1756 - 1822)            |
                       |                          |_____________________
                       |                                                
 _John Thomas PEACOCK _|
| (1786 - 1820) m 1809 |
|                      |                           _____________________
|                      |                          |                     
|                      |_Jemimah PEARSON _________|
|                        (1760 - ....)            |
|                                                 |_____________________
|                                                                       
|
|--Angeline PEACOCK 
|  (1810 - ....)
|                                                  _John COLLINSWORTH __+
|                                                 | (1720 - ....) m 1750
|                       _William COLLINSWORTH Sr._|
|                      | (1754 - 1799) m 1779     |
|                      |                          |_Hannah WHITE _______
|                      |                            (1720 - ....) m 1750
|_Hannah COLLINSWORTH _|
  (1788 - 1861) m 1809 |
                       |                           _____________________
                       |                          |                     
                       |_Abagail "Abba"___________|
                         (1760 - 1807) m 1779     |
                                                  |_____________________
                                                                        

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Lucy PENDLETON

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I50056

  • RESIDENCE: Hanover & Louisa Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S747] [S757]
Father: John PENDLETON Judge
Mother: Sarah MADISON


Family 1 : Robert SYDNOR

                                              _Philip PENDLETON Sr. "the Immigrant"_+
                                             | (1654 - 1721) m 1681                 
                        _Henry PENDLETON ____|
                       | (1683 - 1721) m 1701|
                       |                     |_Isabella HURT _______________________+
                       |                       (1654 - 1724) m 1681                 
 _John PENDLETON Judge_|
| (1719 - 1799) m 1761 |
|                      |                      _James I TAYLOR ______________________+
|                      |                     | (1635 - 1698) m 1682                 
|                      |_Mary Bishop TAYLOR _|
|                        (1688 - 1770) m 1701|
|                                            |_Mary GREGORY ________________________+
|                                              (1663 - 1747) m 1682                 
|
|--Lucy PENDLETON 
|  (1760 - ....)
|                                             ______________________________________
|                                            |                                      
|                       _____________________|
|                      |                     |
|                      |                     |______________________________________
|                      |                                                            
|_Sarah MADISON _______|
  (1725 - ....) m 1761 |
                       |                      ______________________________________
                       |                     |                                      
                       |_____________________|
                                             |
                                             |______________________________________
                                                                                    

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Margaret (Peggy) PENDLETON

ABT 1768 - ____

ID Number: I19985

Father: James PENDLETON Jr.
Mother: Catherine BOWIE


Family 1 : Robert SLAUGHTER
  1.  Philip Clayton SLAUGHTER
  2.  Catherine SLAUGHTER
  3.  Margaret Bowie SLAUGHTER
  4. +James Pendleton SLAUGHTER
  5. +Ann Pendleton SLAUGHTER
  6.  Susan Clayton SLAUGHTER
Family 2 : John LIGHTFOOT
  1. +Pendleton Slaughter LIGHTFOOT
Family 3 : Joshua MORRIS

Notes


VI. Margaret Pendleton((5)). Married, first, R. Slaughter; second, Mr. Morris. Issue:


[S2103]


                                                _Henry PENDLETON ____+
                                               | (1683 - 1721) m 1701
                       _James PENDLETON Sr.____|
                      | (1702 - 1761) m 1732   |
                      |                        |_Mary Bishop TAYLOR _+
                      |                          (1688 - 1770) m 1701
 _James PENDLETON Jr._|
| (1745 - 1793) m 1763|
|                     |                         _Thomas COLEMAN _____+
|                     |                        | (1679 - 1748) m 1700
|                     |_Elizabeth COLEMAN _____|
|                       (1704 - 1769) m 1732   |
|                                              |_Mary LORT __________+
|                                                (1681 - 1748) m 1700
|
|--Margaret (Peggy) PENDLETON 
|  (1768 - ....)
|                                               _____________________
|                                              |                     
|                      _John BOWIE of Maryland_|
|                     | (1720 - 1789)          |
|                     |                        |_____________________
|                     |                                              
|_Catherine BOWIE ____|
  (1747 - 1795) m 1763|
                      |                         _John CATLETT IV_____+
                      |                        | (1677 - 1739) m 1726
                      |_Judith CATLETT ________|
                        (1730 - 1798)          |
                                               |_Mary Ann GRAYSON ___+
                                                 (1707 - ....) m 1726

Sources

[S179]

[S747]

[S757]

[S1842]

[S2103]

[S2586]

[S3235]

[S2103]


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Mary WATERS

ABT 1660 - ____

ID Number: I21531

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1660
  • RESOURCES: See: [S721]

Family 1 : William TAYLOR

Sources

[S721]


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