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King ALDULF of The East Angles

0673 - 0713

ID Number: I97724

  • TITLE: King
  • OCCUPATION: (c. 673-713)
  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: 0673
  • DEATH: 0713
  • RESOURCES: See: notes
Father: (RESEARCH ANGLO-SAXON)


Family 1 :
  1.  ALFWALD

Notes


EAST ANGLIA. The king of the East Angles in the early eighth century was Aldulf (c. 673-713), on whom see Bede, HE ii.15 and iv.23. His son, King Alfwald (c. 713-49), directed a letter to Archbishop Boniface in the late 740s; see Emerton (B305), no. 65. Alfwald was succeeded in 749 by Hun, Beonna and Athelberht (Alberht), of whom Beonna and Athelberht are known from their coinage: [E150] M.M. Archibald, 'The Coinage of Beonna in the Light of the Middle Harling Hoard', British Numismatic Journal 55 (1986), pp. 10-54; see also Blackburn, in M122, pp. 277-8. [E151] M.M. Archibald and V. Fenwick, 'A Sceat of Ethelbert I of East Anglia and Recent Finds of Coins of Beonna', British Numismatic Journal 65 (1995), pp. 1-19.

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|--ALDULF of The East Angles
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Aaron BOTTS

1709 - 1778

ID Number: I49745

  • RESIDENCE: Stafford and Culpeper and Loudoun Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 1709, Stafford Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1778, Loudoun Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 8P4C-SR) CONFLICT notes [S944] [S979] [S1777]
Father: Thomas BOTTS II
Mother: Elizabeth Rhodes KANNON


Family 1 : Margaret WIGGINTON
  1. +Elizabeth Claiborne BOTTS

Notes


CONFLICT: Spouse: Elizabeth Long Married: ABT 1729 in Richmond, Virginia [S944]

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                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) BOTTS _|
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 _Thomas BOTTS II__________|
| (1674 - 1742) m 1699     |
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|--Aaron BOTTS 
|  (1709 - 1778)
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|_Elizabeth Rhodes KANNON _|
  (1681 - 1751) m 1699     |
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                           |_________________________|
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[S944]

[S979]

[S1777]

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James COGHILL Sr.

ABT 1758 - 11 Jan 1841

ID Number: I4702


Family 1 : Agnes WILHOIT
  1. +Damsel (Dansie) COGHILL
  2. +Elizabeth "Betsey" COGHILL
  3.  Zachariah W. COGHILL
  4.  Frederick COGHILL
  5.  Sarah COGHILL
  6.  Nancy COGHILL
  7.  Vicey COGHILL
  8. +Catherine COGHILL
Family 2 : Mary STAFFORD (WIDOW)
  1.  James COGHILL Jr.

Notes


Carroll Co. KY 149. Now covered by a city structure. At least some graves removed to Gap Hill cemetery.
COGHILL Cemetery (CC#-23) : Located on US 42 (west).
COGHILL #2 Cemetery : Located on King's Ridge Road. Destroyed.


"From an Abstract of a Revolutionary War Pension File: Coghill, James S35860, VA Line, soldier enlisted in Orange Cty, VA as a private in Feb. 1776 under Captain Joseph Spencer, Colonel McClanahan, VA troops. He engaged in battles of Brandywine, Germantown and taking of Charleston, made prisoner but escaped. Soldier applied 16 Nov 1819 Gallatin Cty KY aged 61and his claim was allowed. It stated that in 1823 soldier had a son, James, aged 15. (from DAR Lineage Books)


1840 Carroll Co., KY census
James Coghill - 1 male 15-20, 1 male 80-90; 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-20, 1 female 50-60"





[S3124]

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[S2356]

[S11]

[S892]

[S283]

[S1823]

[S2356]

[S3124]

[S3793]

[S3124]

[S2356]


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Joseph CRAIG

24 Aug 1813 - 11 Oct 1882

ID Number: I101456

  • RESIDENCE: Carroll Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 24 Aug 1813
  • DEATH: 11 Oct 1882
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2321]

Family 1 : Emily TANDY

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Gen. Richard Brooke GARNETT C.S.A.

21 Nov 1817 - 3 Jul 1863

ID Number: I65666

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. Stonewall brigade; Pickett's brigade; resigned in NMex 1861 as US military office
  • RESIDENCE: Essex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 21 Nov 1817, Essex Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 3 Jul 1863, KIA Battle of Gettysburg, PA [323923]
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes; Bio ID#63269
Father: William Henry GARNETT Sr.
Mother: Anna Maria BROOKE


Notes


Brigidier-General Richard Brook GARNETT: Born: November 21, 1817 at Essex County, Virginia, America Died: July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA (killed in action)
General Brooke Garnett was shot from his horse while near the middle of the brigade within about 25 paces of the stone wall. [A recreation of Pickett's charge and Garnett's last moments is included in the motion picture "Gettysburg"]


Richard Garnett's war effects, along with those of his cousin [General Robert Selden Garnett] are housed today in the Museum of the Confederacy (Richmond, VA).


Richard Brooke Garnett Highest Rank: Brig-Gen Birth Date: 1817 Birth Place: Essex County, Virginia Biography:
Brigadier-General Richard Brooke Garnett, a cousin of Gen. R. S. Garnett, was a native of Virginia and a graduate of the same West Point class in which his cousin was a member.


Promoted second lieutenant of the Sixth infantry on graduation, he began his services in the field in the Florida war of 1841-42. He subsequently served in garrison at Jefferson barracks, MO, and on frontier duty at Fort Towson, Indian Territory, and Fort Smith, Ark., and as aide-de-camp to Brigadier-General Brooke at New Orleans.


He was promoted first lieutenant in February, 1847, and continued in service, at San Antonio, Tex., and at Fort Pierre, Dak., where he was promoted captain. He assisted in quelling the Kansas disturbances in 1856-57, was detailed to escort the southern boundary commissioners in 1857, served again in Kansas, and was engaged in the Utah expedition and the subsequent march to California.


In the latter territory and in New Mexico he served until he resigned to offer his services to the Confederate States. He was commissioned major, corps of artillery, C.S.A., and in November, 1861, promoted brigadier-general. Jackson, then in the Shenandoah valley with a small force, was reinforced soon afterward, and Garnett went with these forces, and at the
battle of Kernstown, March 23, 1862, he commanded the Stonewall brigade.


During the Maryland campaign he commanded Pickett's brigade. In the westward movement on September 14th, with his brigade he reached Boonsboro after a hot and tiresome march over the mountains, to which he was ordered to return that afternoon to dispute the mountain pass with the Federal army.


His troops, almost exhausted, took a position before Turner's gap, on the eastern slope of the South mountain, under artillery fire, and sustained for some time a fierce attack from Reno's corps of McClellan's army. On the 17th, Garnett and his men fought to the southeast of Sharpsburg village, in support of the Washington artillery, and later in the day in conjunction with S. D. Lee's battalion, and were distinguished for bravery.


General Garnett was subsequently identified with the record of Pickett's division, in command of his brigade, consisting of the Eighth, Eighteenth, Nineteenth, Twenty-eighth and Fifty-sixth Virginia regiments, which he finally led into action during the memorable charge on the third day of the battle of Gettysburg.


The brigade moved forward in the front line, and gained the enemy's strongest line, where the fighting became hand to hand and of the most desperate character. The brigade went into
action with 1,287 men and 140 officers, and after the struggle about 300 came back slowly and sadly from the scene of carnage.


General Garnett's part in this fatal action is thus reported by his successor in command, Maj. Charles S. Peyton:
"Of our cool, gallant, noble brigade commander it may not be out of place to speak. Never had the brigade been better handled, and never has it done better service in the field of battle.


There was scarcely an officer or man in the command whose attention was not attracted by the cool and handsome bearing of General Garnett, who, totally devoid of excitement or rashness, rode immediately in rear of his advancing line, endeavoring, by his personal efforts and by the aid of his staff, to keep his line well closed and dressed.


He was shot from his horse while near the center of the brigade, within about 25 paces of the stone wall." Source: Confederate Military History, vol. IV, p. 597






[323923]
while in command of his brigade. Body never recovered


                                                    _James GARNETT of "Mount Pleasant"_______________+
                                                   | (1692 - 1765) m 1734                            
                             _Muscoe GARNETT ______|
                            | (1736 - ....)        |
                            |                      |_Elizabeth MUSCOE _______________________________+
                            |                        (1690 - 1736) m 1734                            
 _William Henry GARNETT Sr._|
| (1786 - 1866)             |
|                           |                       _John of Marlborough MERCER Esq. "the Immigrant"_+
|                           |                      | (1704 - 1768) m 1725                            
|                           |_Grace Fenton MERCER _|
|                             (1740 - ....)        |
|                                                  |_Catherine MASON ________________________________+
|                                                    (1707 - 1750) m 1725                            
|
|--Richard Brooke GARNETT C.S.A.
|  (1817 - 1863)
|                                                   _George BROOKE of Mantapike______________________+
|                                                  | (1728 - 1782)                                   
|                            _Richard BROOKE ______|
|                           | (1760 - 1816)        |
|                           |                      |_________________________________________________
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|_Anna Maria BROOKE ________|
  (1787 - 1854)             |
                            |                       _John of Marlborough MERCER Esq. "the Immigrant"_+
                            |                      | (1704 - 1768) m 1750                            
                            |_Maria MERCER ________|
                              (1760 - ....)        |
                                                   |_Ann ROY ________________________________________+
                                                     (1730 - ....) m 1750                            

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Susanne LAVERGNE

ABT 1720 - ____

ID Number: I82186

  • RESIDENCE: of New Orleans, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1720
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3084]

Family 1 : Humberto MORUELLE "the Immigrant"
  1. +Francoise de MORUELLE

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ROBERT de MORTIMER of Richard's Castle

ABT 1246 - 7 Apr 1287

ID Number: I88441

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1246, Richard's Castle, Herefordshire, England
  • DEATH: 7 Apr 1287
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS V9TH-GK [S3364]
Father: HUGH MORTIMER


Family 1 : JOYCE la ZOUCHE
  1.  WILLIAM LA ZOUCHE de MORTIMER 1st Baron Knt. of Ashby
  2.  HUGH de MORTIMER
  3.  ISABEL de MORTIMER

Notes


i. Robert de Mortimer of Richard's Castle (d 07.04.1287) m. Joyce la Zouche (bur 13.03.1289/90, dau of William la Zouche)




[S3364]


                                             _ROBERT de MORTIMER of Essex_________
                                            | (1160 - ....)                       
                       _ROBERT de MORTIMER _|
                      | (1180 - 1219) m 1210|
                      |                     |_____________________________________
                      |                                                           
 _HUGH MORTIMER ______|
| (1219 - 1274)       |
|                     |                      _HUGH de la SAYE of Richard's Castle_+
|                     |                     | (.... - 1197)                       
|                     |_MARGARET de SAYE ___|
|                       (1190 - 1242) m 1210|
|                                           |_MABEL MARMION ______________________+
|                                             (1160 - ....)                       
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|--ROBERT de MORTIMER of Richard's Castle
|  (1246 - 1287)
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|                      _____________________|
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|_____________________|
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                      |                      _____________________________________
                      |                     |                                     
                      |_____________________|
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                                            |_____________________________________
                                                                                  

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Micajah PENDLETON

1800 - ____

ID Number: I74949

  • BIRTH: 1800
Father: John PENDLETON
Mother: Sarah "Sally" BANKS


Notes


Marriage 1 Louisa J Davis

                                                                  _John PENDLETON _____+
                                                                 | (1691 - 1775) m 1719
                        _William or John? or Richard? PENDLETON _|
                       | (1720 - 1779) m 1748                    |
                       |                                         |_Mary TINSLEY _______+
                       |                                           (1703 - ....) m 1719
 _John PENDLETON ______|
| (1762 - 1830) m 1786 |
|                      |                                          _Edward TINSLEY Sr.__+
|                      |                                         | (1704 - 1782) m 1724
|                      |_Elizabeth TINSLEY ______________________|
|                        (1727 - 1783) m 1748                    |
|                                                                |_Margaret TAYLOR ____+
|                                                                  (1705 - 1782) m 1724
|
|--Micajah PENDLETON 
|  (1800 - ....)
|                                                                 _Gerrard BANKS II____+
|                                                                | (1704 - 1780) m 1736
|                       _Linn BANKS _____________________________|
|                      | (1739 - 1799)                           |
|                      |                                         |_Ann STANTON ________+
|                      |                                           (1715 - 1791) m 1736
|_Sarah "Sally" BANKS _|
  (1762 - 1859) m 1786 |
                       |                                          _____________________
                       |                                         |                     
                       |_Sarah PROCTOR __________________________|
                         (1740 - 1827)                           |
                                                                 |_____________________
                                                                                       

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John WINTER

ABT 1813 - young

ID Number: I238

  • RESIDENCE: Wilson, E Feliciana Parish, LA
  • DEATH: young
  • BIRTH: ABT 1813
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S1101]
Father: James WINTER
Mother: Jannett (Jeanette) SCOTT


Notes


died young.

                                                       ______________________________
                                                      |                              
                             _Robert WINTER __________|
                            | (1740 - 1800) m 1769    |
                            |                         |______________________________
                            |                                                        
 _James WINTER _____________|
| (1770 - 1837)             |
|                           |                          _James MCCANTS Esq.___________+
|                           |                         | (1713 - 1772) m 1740         
|                           |_Mary Elizabeth MCCANTS _|
|                             (1745 - 1818) m 1769    |
|                                                     |_Agnes MCNEALY _______________+
|                                                       (1725 - 1760) m 1740         
|
|--John WINTER 
|  (1813 - ....)
|                                                      _John SCOTT I "the Immigrant"_+
|                                                     | (1665 - 1749)                
|                            _Alexander SCOTT ________|
|                           | (1740 - ....)           |
|                           |                         |_Margaret DICK _______________+
|                           |                           (1700 - 1749)                
|_Jannett (Jeanette) SCOTT _|
  (1780 - 1845)             |
                            |                          ______________________________
                            |                         |                              
                            |_Margaret________________|
                              (1750 - ....)           |
                                                      |______________________________
                                                                                     

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