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ISABEL

ABT 1200 - ____

ID Number: I26737

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1200
  • RESOURCES: See: [S790]

Family 1 : WILLIAM IV d' AUBIGNY Lord of Belvoir
  1. +ISABEL d' AUBIGNY

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Jane BUTLER

24 Dec 1699 - 24 Nov 1729

ID Number: I17454

  • RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 24 Dec 1699, Westmoreland Co. VA
  • DEATH: 24 Nov 1729, Pope Creek, Westmoreland Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S554] [S1827] [S1872] [S2329] [S2246]
Father: Caleb BUTLER
Mother: Mary FOXHALL


Family 1 : Augustine WASHINGTON Sr.
  1.  Butler WASHINGTON
  2. +Lawrence WASHINGTON Gent.
  3. +Augustine (Austin) WASHINGTON Jr.
  4.  Jane WASHINGTON

Notes


Jane brought to the marriage 1,300 acres of inherited land.

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 _Caleb BUTLER _______|
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|--Jane BUTLER 
|  (1699 - 1729)
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|_Mary FOXHALL _______|
  (1670 - ....)       |
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[S554]

[S1827]

[S1872]

[S2329]

[S2246]


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Capt. William Logan CRITTENDEN

ABT 1820 - 1851

ID Number: I90637

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • RESIDENCE: KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • DEATH: 1851, Cuba
  • RESOURCES: See: [S764] [S2881]
Father: Henry CRITTENDEN
Mother: Anna Maria ALLEN


Notes


Captain United States Army, shot by Spaniards in Cuba in 1851.

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                       _John CRITTENDEN of "Norwood"_|
                      | (1742 - 1800) m 1754         |
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                      |                                                    
 _Henry CRITTENDEN ___|
| (1780 - ....)       |
|                     |                               _Thomas TURPIN Jr.___+
|                     |                              | (1708 - 1784) m 1732
|                     |_Anne Obedience TURPIN _______|
|                       (1734 - 1800) m 1754         |
|                                                    |_Mary JEFFERSON _____+
|                                                      (1714 - 1784) m 1732
|
|--William Logan CRITTENDEN 
|  (1820 - 1851)
|                                                     _____________________
|                                                    |                     
|                      ______________________________|
|                     |                              |
|                     |                              |_____________________
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|_Anna Maria ALLEN ___|
  (1800 - ....)       |
                      |                               _____________________
                      |                              |                     
                      |______________________________|
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                                                     |_____________________
                                                                           

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Henry Hunter DUPUY

ABT 1900 - ____

ID Number: I42658

  • RESIDENCE: Pierce City, MO & Inglewood, WA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1900
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: John Bartholomew DUPUY
Mother: Lizzie Eleanor LEGRAND



                                                      _Watkins DUPUY _______+
                                                     | (1784 - 1873) m 1810 
                           _John Bartholomew DUPUY __|
                          | (1812 - 1890)            |
                          |                          |_Elizabeth S. WALTON _+
                          |                            (1795 - 1864) m 1810 
 _John Bartholomew DUPUY _|
| (1862 - ....) m 1892    |
|                         |                           _Benjamin HUNTER _____
|                         |                          | (1800 - ....)        
|                         |_Henrietta Louise HUNTER _|
|                           (1820 - 1900)            |
|                                                    |______________________
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|--Henry Hunter DUPUY 
|  (1900 - ....)
|                                                     ______________________
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|_Lizzie Eleanor LEGRAND _|
  (1870 - ....) m 1892    |
                          |                           ______________________
                          |                          |                      
                          |__________________________|
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                                                     |______________________
                                                                            

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Orville Wainwright "Wain" REILY III


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Sarah F. SOULE

1699 - 1716

ID Number: I65433

  • RESIDENCE: Duxbury, MA
  • BIRTH: 1699
  • DEATH: 1716
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1746] [S2056]
Father: Benjamin SOULE I
Mother: Sarah STANDISH



                                             _George SOULE Sr. "the Immigrant"_+
                                            | (1593 - ....) m 1626             
                       _John SOULE Sr.______|
                      | (1632 - 1707)       |
                      |                     |_Mary BECKETT ____________________+
                      |                       (1602 - 1676) m 1626             
 _Benjamin SOULE I____|
| (1665 - 1729) m 1690|
|                     |                      _Moses SIMMONS II "the Immigrant"_+
|                     |                     | (1604 - 1691) m 1637             
|                     |_Rebecca SIMMONS ____|
|                       (1637 - ....)       |
|                                           |_Sarah CHANDLER? _________________
|                                             (1622 - 1675) m 1637             
|
|--Sarah F. SOULE 
|  (1699 - 1716)
|                                            _Miles STANDISH "the Immigrant"___
|                                           | (1584 - 1656)                    
|                      _Alexander STANDISH _|
|                     | (1627 - 1702)       |
|                     |                     |_Barbara__________________________
|                     |                       (1580 - ....)                    
|_Sarah STANDISH _____|
  (1667 - 1740) m 1690|
                      |                      _John ALDEN I_____________________
                      |                     | (1599 - 1687) m 1621             
                      |_Sarah ALDEN ________|
                        (1627 - ....)       |
                                            |_Priscilla MULLINS _______________+
                                              (1601 - 1680) m 1621             

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[S1746]

[S2056]


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Iris Cecille WAGUESPACK


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Edmund Pendleton WALDEN

____ - ____

ID Number: I102994

  • RESIDENCE: Caroline Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3719]
Father: John WALDEN
Mother: Sally EASTON


Notes


Is said to be a descendant of Lord John Walden of Ravensworth.
Will: In the name of God, Amen---I, John Walden, of the County of Caroline, being in health, do make, constitute and appoint this to be my last Will and testament.


First, I give and devise unto my wife, Sally, a piece of land to be taken out of the tract whereon I now live--beginning above Thomas Crumpton's. where Descon's line crosses Battle Swamp, running thence along Descon's line until it strikes the path leading from my house to Benjamin Munday's, thence along that path to the public road until it comes to a lane leading to my house, thence along that lane until it gets past a corn field lying northerly from the lane, thence leaving the lane and turning toward Battle Swamp so as to include that field and to run one hundred yards easterly below its fence until it strikes a small branch which heads in that field, then down that branch to the main Battle Swamp, and then up the swamp to the beginning, upon which said land the office is to be removed and fitted up as good as a house built for her, at the expense of my estate, and the discretion of my executors, to her, my said wife, for life, with a power of giving the same in fee, either by deed, will or appointment, to or among my child or grand-child, children or grand child proceeding from my first marriage. I also give to my said wife the three slaves, Ben, Hannah and Lewis, four cows with calf, or four cows and calves, as she chooses; her choice of all my horses; four head of sheep, such
as she may choose; a sow and pigs; half the fowls; her choice of a bed and furniture; two quilts, such as she may may choose; twenty-five pounds worth of such articles of the estate as she may choose, at the appraised value; and one year's provision of corn, fodder, meal and wheat, according to the discretion of my executors, all in absolute property. I also give to my said wife a negro girl, Charlotte, daughter of Jenny, for life, with a power of disposing of her similar to her power over the land, unless she shall have a child by me, in which case I invest her with the power of giving the slave, Charlotte, and her increase to or among any child or grand-child, children or grand-children of mine, the fruit of my present marriage. But, if my wife fail to make such disposition, then the said land, or the said Charlotte, with her increase, or
both, if undisposed of according to her respectives powers, shall, after my wife's death, go as the residue of my estate of their respective kinds is hereinafter disposed of. All of which devises and bequests are made to my said wife in lieu of dower, and as a satisfaction for every claim she might, by law, have made upon my estate. But, if any of the Negroes given to my said wife should be recovered from her by law, my estate is to make good to her the value of her or them so lost.


Second. I have made sundry advances to most of my children of which I have made out an account, excluding trifling articles, and upon which I have charged some interest in order to do justice among them, but I have not charged full interest nor continued it beyond the present year, since it operated unequally in favor of my two youngest children. Having thus estimated, upon equitable principles, in order to enable myself to do justice among my children, I have charged Ambrose with Malon, and one bed and furniture advanced to him, amounting with interest to o 66-5. William with Peter, and one bed and furniture and interest o 63-15. Thomas with Joe, and interest, o 44. Lucy with Lydia, and one bed and furniture and interest, o60. Nancy with Frank and Phillis, and one bed and furniture and interest, o62-10. Sally with o 50, cash, a bed and furniture, Ned, and her husband' s bond for 1000 pounds of tobacco (which bond I hereby give him), and interest, L 100-5. Joanna with 100 acres of land, Jabell, a bed and furniture and interest, o 190-1. Betsy with Kit, a bed and furniture and interest, o 57-10.


To my daughter Polly I have made no such advances. Averaging these sums by eleven, each part is o 31-15, which sum is exceed in the advance to my daughter Sally to the amount of o 108-9, and to my daughter Joanna to the amount of o 108-5, which respective sums are to be paid out of the shares of my estate hereafter given to the children of my said daughters Sally and Joanna, in the following proportions, in order that the advances to such may be made equal.


To my son Ambrose the sum of o 7-11; to his children o 15-11;
to the trustees of the daughter of William o 13-1. To Thomas o 37-16.
To Lucy's trustees o 1-16. To Nancy's trustees o-19-6. To Rachel trustees o15-11.
To Betsy o 24-6. To Polly;s trustees o 81-16.


Third. I give to my Daughter Polly a negro girl named Frankie, upon the same terms upon which I shall presently give her a share of the residue of my estate. This negro I give her over and above a child's part.
Fourth. Out of my patented lands in the Eastern Country I give four hundred acres each to my two sons, John and Thomas, and one hundred and thirty-three acres each to my daughter Polly, to them and their heirs respectively.


I also give four hundred acres of the same lands to the daughter of my son William, and her heirs, if she should either attain the age of twenty-one years or should have a living child; but if she dies before she arrives at the age of twenty-one years, and without a child or grandchild living at the time of her death, I give the land to my sons and their heirs, equally to be divided. If
these lands should not measure to the exact amount, a surplus is to be divided among the same persons in the same proportions and on the same terms, and loss is to be deducted proportionally also. My son Ambrose had his share of eastern lands already, but as he for my account, engaged a person to locate this land for a portion thereof, which portion I have reserved in this devise, I give the residue of the western lands, as reserved, to my said son Ambrose and his heirs, for the sole purpose of enabling him to comply with that engagement, and not for a benefit for himself.
All the rest and residue of my estate I direct to be paid by my executors on twelve months credit, to the amount of which sales are to be added to my debts and chattels of every kind, including in the former a debt due to me by my son-in-law, George Walden, for monies lent to him, and a bond due to me from the estate of my son William which bond is to be allotted as a part of his daughter's share, and this aggregate is to be divided in the following manner:


The product of the sale of the land on which I live is to be divided into ten equal parts, three of which I devise to Ambrose, Thomas and Betsy, each one; absolutely one other to each of the children of my son John as shall live to the age of twenty -one years or to have a child, absolutely equal to be divided among them;


one other part to my son-in-law. George Walden, in trust, for the use of my daughter Nancy Puller, during her life, and after her death to be conveyed by him to such person or persons as she shall by writing under her hand appoint, and in default hereof, for the use of my other residuary legatees of land money;


one other part to my grand-son John Harris, in trust for the use of his mother, Lucy Bowcock, to apply the profits or interest to her sole and separate use during her life, and after her death equally to be
divided among the children or their representatives, according to the rule of the Act of Distribution;


one other part to the daughters of my daughter Sally Gale, absolutely equally to be divided among them.


One other part of my sons-in-law John Puller and George Walden in trust for my daughter Rachel Munday to apply the interest and profits to her sole and separate use during her life, and after her death equally to be divided among her children or their representatives, absolutely according to the Act of Distribution.


One other part to the children of my daughter Joanna, absolutely equally to be divided among them; and the remaining part to my said two sons-in-law in trust, to apply the profits or interest for the use of my daughter Polly during her life, and after death to go according to the rule of the Act of Distribution.


And as the money produced by the sale of the residue of my estate, and by my debts,after debts paid, I direct it to be divided into eleven parts, the parts of which I bequeath to the same persons, respectively, upon the same terms and for the same uses as the ten parts of the land money are to be devised; And the remaining eleventh part I bequeath to my said two sons-in-
law in trust for the use of my son William's daughter, to pay the same to her with its profits or interest upon her coming of age or having a living child, but if neither of these events should happen, then in trust to go in equal proportions with and according to the terms of my other residuary estate, in ten equal parts.


Fifth. But before the residuary shares given to the daughters of my daughter Sally, and to the children of my daughter Joanna, are paid, the surplus of the advancements before stated, are to be taken out by my executors, and applied to equalize all the advancements as before stated, which said sums so paid are to be in trust or absolutely with the respective shares of my residuary estate, and to be subject to the same terms and conditions.


Sixth. Any trustee or trustees may purchase or not of my estate for the use of the trust as he or they may conceive to be most advisable, and my executors may assign any bonds due to my estate, or for sales thereof, in discharge of my several de visages and bequests.


Seventh. But if I should have any child or children hereafter to be born, my will is that such child or children shall come in for an equal share of all my property (in Kentucky or Western Lands, and the slave Franky given Polly excepted), with any of my children now living, upon the principle of this my will --even including the surpluses of the advancements aforesaid, which, in that case, will be somewhat increased, and the shares will be lessened.


Lastly I appoint Col. Edmund Pendleton, Jr., John Pendleton, Jr. and John Taylor, Executors of this my last will, and executed this 29th day of August, One thousand seven hundred and ninety-three.
John Walden
(seal)


Signed, sealed and published by the said John Walden as and for this his last Will and Testament in our presence, and by his request, and in his presence we have subscribed our names as witnesses thereto, the 29th day of August 1793.
Wm. Penn
Thomas Johnson
Ann Taylor
Lucy Taylor


A Codicil to John Walden's Will


A Codicil, to this my will, made the 11th day of September 1794.
Upon further consideration I devise and bequeath the following alterations to my Will, above written.
1. In lieu of the land devised to my present wife, Sally, I give and devise to her a part of the tract on which I now live, beginning above Thomas Crompton's where Discon's line crosses North Battle Swamp, returning thence along Descon's line until it strikes the path leading from my house to Benjamin Munday's, thence along that path to the public road until it comes to the north of the lane leading to my house; thence along a path being a near way to the house, through the field by a cherry tree in the bottom to a persimmon tree on a rise; thence southerly a straight line to the head of a branch, where the old road to the house used to cross; thence down that branch above the peach orchard to Sourth Battle Swamp below Burke's Mill and keeping the same course one hundred yards beyond it; thence running parallel with the said swamp one hundred yards southerly thereof until it strikes Mr. John Pendleton's line; thence with his line and the line of the Honorable Edmund Pendleton up South Battle Swamp to the beginning. One Moiety of which said land I devise to her for life, and the other moiety during her widow-hood. I also give to my said wife Sally, the cart, her choice of a pair of oxen, and
the loom with all its slays, harness and other appurtenances.


11. In lieu of all the devise in the seventh clause of my will, having no other child born, I give and devise to my youngest child, Edmund, one moiety of land given to his mother, on her second marriage, and the other on her death, and one twelfth part of the residuary estate mentioned in the fourth clause of this my will(the land money excepted), of which he is to have no part, which said residuary estate, that money excepted, and the advancements, are now to be settled according to the principles of my will, by twelve instead of eleven, also a mare I had of John Harris, or if she should die before I do, my other horse to be selected by my executors, all of which Proper I give to Edmund in fee simple and absolutely except in case he should die under age, and without a child living at the time of his death; the whole thereof in that event to be divided among my eleven children residuary legatees in the fourth clause mentioned, as if it had constituted a part of that residue.


In the division of my estate I direct that Edmund shall have a negro girl name Charity, at the value of thirty pounds.
111. My son Ambrose having agreed to give 150 acres of my Kentucky land to save Then whole for ten years, I devise that the contract be fulfilled, and that for this purpose the divisions of that land do contribute in proportion out of their devises.


V. My son Thomas is to be charged ten Pounds for a bed and furniture given to him since the date of my will.


V.I do not mean to revoke any bequest in favor of my wife contained in my will, that relating to the land excepted, which is indeed included in the land now devised her.
John Walden (seal)


Sealed and published by the said John Walden as a codicil to his last Will and Testament in our presence, and by his request and in his presence we have subscribed our names as witnesses thereto, this 11 day of September 1794.
John Norment
William Hutchinson
Levi # Hutchinson


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 _John WALDEN ________|
| (1730 - 1794)       |
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|--Edmund Pendleton WALDEN 
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|_Sally EASTON _______|
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MARY WEST

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I78037

  • RESIDENCE: Ireland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2972]

Family 1 : GEORGE LINDSAY-CRAWFORD
  1.  SAMUEL F. LINDSAY-CRAWFORD "the Immigrant"

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