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Lucy BULLOCK

ABT 1805 - ____

ID Number: I74037

  • RESIDENCE: Caswell Co. NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1805
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2711]

Family 1 : Nicholas Meriwether LEWIS

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Elizabeth Hill CARTER

1731 - 1760

ID Number: I47882

  • RESIDENCE: Charles City Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1731, "Shirley", Charles City Co., VA
  • DEATH: 1760, "Westover", Charles City Co., VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S24] [S720] [S2128] [S1956]
Father: John CARTER Of Crotoman
Mother: Elizabeth HILL


Family 1 : William III BYRD of Westover
  1.  John Carter BYRD
  2. +Thomas Taylor BYRD

Notes


"One of the Westover Ghosts is Elizabeth Hill Carter. She was very unhappy in her marriage, and her mother in law did not like her. One day Mrs. Byrd, Sr told Elizabeth that letters from William Byrd's other women were in a high boy in an upstairs bedroom. Elizabeth went to the room to find the letters and climbed up the lower drawers to find the letters in the top drawer. The high boy fell over on her and killed her. Sad. He then married my gggggrandmother Mary Shippen Willing of Philadelphia, PA." Src: Eve Savage (Eve Byrd Savage) EveByrd@aol.com


5--2. Elizabeth Hill, b. 1731; d. 1760; m. Col. William Byrd, of "Westover," Charles City Co., Va., son of Col. William and Maria (Taylor) Byrd, of "Westover," and had issue. (See Byrd lineage.)



[S2128]


                                                                     _John CARTER of Corotoman__________+
                                                                    | (1613 - 1669)                     
                           _Robert "King" CARTER Colony of Virginia_|
                          | (1663 - 1732) m 1687                    |
                          |                                         |_Sarah LUDLOW of Dinton____________+
                          |                                           (1635 - 1668)                     
 _John CARTER Of Crotoman_|
| (1690 - 1742)           |
|                         |                                          _John A. ARMISTEAD Esq. of "Hesse"_+
|                         |                                         | (1641 - 1693) m 1665              
|                         |_Judith ARMISTEAD _______________________|
|                           (1665 - 1699) m 1687                    |
|                                                                   |_Judith____________________________
|                                                                     (1640 - 1700) m 1665              
|
|--Elizabeth Hill CARTER 
|  (1731 - 1760)
|                                                                    _Edward HILL Sr.___________________
|                                                                   | (1610 - ....)                     
|                          _Edward HILL Jr._________________________|
|                         | (1637 - 1700)                           |
|                         |                                         |___________________________________
|                         |                                                                             
|_Elizabeth HILL _________|
  (1690 - 1777)           |
                          |                                          ___________________________________
                          |                                         |                                   
                          |_Elizabeth WILLIAMS _____________________|
                            (.... - 1677)                           |
                                                                    |___________________________________
                                                                                                        

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[S720]

[S2128]

[S1956]

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Ann CHANDLER

1 Feb 1709 - 14 Mar 1761

ID Number: I95861

  • RESIDENCE: New Castle Co. DE and Orange (now Chatham) Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 1 Feb 1709, Christiana 100, New Castle Co. Delaware
  • DEATH: 14 Mar 1761, Orange [now Chatham] Co. North Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3516]
Father: Swithin CHANDLER I "the Immigrant"


Family 1 : George DIXON
  1.  Phoebe DIXON
  2. +Caleb DIXON

Notes


Father: Swithin I CHANDLER b: 24 JUN 1674 in Oare,Wiltshire,England
Mother: Ann ? b: Abt 1680

                                                            __
                                                           |  
                                      _George CHANDLER ____|
                                     | (1633 - 1687)       |
                                     |                     |__
                                     |                        
 _Swithin CHANDLER I "the Immigrant"_|
| (1674 - 1742)                      |
|                                    |                      __
|                                    |                     |  
|                                    |_____________________|
|                                                          |
|                                                          |__
|                                                             
|
|--Ann CHANDLER 
|  (1709 - 1761)
|                                                           __
|                                                          |  
|                                     _____________________|
|                                    |                     |
|                                    |                     |__
|                                    |                        
|____________________________________|
                                     |
                                     |                      __
                                     |                     |  
                                     |_____________________|
                                                           |
                                                           |__
                                                              

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Dr. James Wynn COBURN Esq.

22 Jan 1789 - 12 Jul 1850

ID Number: I70716

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • OCCUPATION: War of 1812-Lake Erie; Ky State Rep.
  • RESIDENCE: Fayette; Washington; Mason Cos. KY
  • BIRTH: 22 Jan 1789, Lexington, Fayette Co. Kentucky
  • DEATH: 12 Jul 1850, Newport, Campbell Co. Kentucky [352892]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2289] [S2702]
Father: John COBURN Judge
Mother: Mary "May" MOSS


Family 1 : Susannah Smith DONIPHAN
  1.  Mary Ann COBURN
  2.  John Anderson COBURN
  3.  Ostrander COBURN
  4.  Susan Isabella COBURN
  5.  Arthur James COBURN
  6.  Virginia T. COBURN

Notes


"He was buried in Likely in common grave for cholera deaths. Site:West 8th St. & Putnam St., now Newport JHS.. He was a Physician. This is a recap of the Minutes of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky, 19 July 1957:


"President Dickey reported receipt of a gift of two portraits from the members of the Coburn Family of Georgetown, Ohio, and Miami, Florida, and explained that these two portraits had been restored at the expense of President Emeritus H. L. Donovan. The President submitted transmittal and biographical sketches as follows:


July 17, 1957


President Frank G. Dickey
Administration Building
Campus


My dear President Dickey:


Over the past weekend the Coburn family of Georgetown, Ohio and Miami, Florida were guests in our home. They visited the campus and were very much impressed with the University. They approved the gift of the two portraits, which the late James Emerson Coburn of Georgetown, Ohio indicated before his death he wanted given to the University of Kentucky.


There is a tradition that has come down through the Coburn family these portraits were painted by Matthew Jewett. I am sorry that I can not furnish any documentary evidence of this fact but I am convinced in my own mind that they are Jewett's. They are at least 125 years old and may possibly be somewhat older.


I promised my late cousin, James Emerson Coburn, before his death last January that if he wished to give them to the University I would have them restored at my own expense. The restoration has proven more successful than I thought possible. They look as if they might have been painted only recently.


If the Board accepts these portraits, and I hope it will, I would be greatly pleased to have a sort of Who's Who biographical sketch of Judge John Coburn and Dr. James W. Coburn which I am enclosing made a part of the minutes of the Board.


When Judge Coburn served on the Board of Trustees of Transylvania Seminary he prepared a petition to the legislatures of Virginia for a plan to raise money for Transylvania. This petition was approved by the Virginia legislature. I am enclosing a copy of it with a suggestion that you might want to use the plan sometime in the future in financing the program of the University; however, I would prefer not to have this petition copied in the minutes of the Board of Trustees.


I hope you will write Mrs. Coburn a note of appreciation of this gift.


Dr. James W. Coburn Born 1789, Lexington, Ky.; died 1850, Newport, Ky. Son of Judge John Coburn and Mary Moss Coburn. Lived in Lexington until his parents moved to Washington, Ky. in 1794.


Dr. Coburn was twice married. His first wife was Susannah Smith Doniphan, daughter of Dr. Anderson Doniphan, Germantown, Mason County, Ky. They were married September 6, 1809. Mrs. Coburn died April 25, 1825. She was the mother of six children.


Dr. Coburn's second marriage was to Mary Walton, January 1, 1826. She was the daughter of Edward Walton and his wife, Elizabeth Black. She was the mother of ten children.


Dr. Coburn was educated for the practice of medicine. He practiced in Washington, Germantown, and Maysville.


James W. Coburn was a lieutenant in the War of 1812. He was in the Battle of Lake Erie, June 1813. He was one of the young men from Kentucky who rode up to Lake Erie to help Commodore Perry. They were called the "Horse Marines" because they had ridden through the wilderness from Kentucky to the Great Lakes on horseback. None of them had ever been on a ship before but they were armed with long barrel rifles and knew how to shoot straight. Commodore Perry had them hidden in the rigging of his ship and they picked off the gunners and officers on the British ships and in this way contributed greatly to Perry's victory. After this battle they were called the "Horse Marines", the first time these words were ever used to describe a marine. Lieutenant James W. Coburn's name is inscribed on the monument erected by the United States Government at Puttin Bay on Lake Erie. He shared in the prize money given by the United States Government for those who participated in this victory. Some of his letters to his family describing his observations of the country through which he passed and his activities are in the families of his descendants.


Dr. Coburn served in the House of the Kentucky General assembly 1816-1818."


In commenting on his portrait, Rachel Sadinsky, Curator of the University of Kentucky Art Museum, Lexington, Kentucky, commented that he "posed with his left arm awkwardly bent over a chair back and his hand holding a flute. Coburn projects the image of a prosperous gentleman who valued the arts." 1


James service in the Kentucky House of Representatives from Mason County for three terms was also noted elsewhere: 1814, 1816 and 1818. 2


At his death, the following editorial was published in the Maysville Eagle July 13, 1850:


"Death of James W. Coburn, Esq.


We are deeply pained in announcing the death of one of our most estimable citizens, James W. Coburn, Esq. He died of cholera on yesterday at Newport, whither he had gone on a brief visit among his friends and relatives. Mr. Coburn was the eldest son of the late Judge Coburn. He was distinguished for his gallant services in connection with Perry's victory on Lake Erie; and after his old friend and Commander, General Harrison, came to the presidency, he was appointed postmaster of this city. We hope to be furnished a memoir of him by the hand of some friend.


Dr. Coburn had been summonsed to Newport by the family of General Taylor, who had married his aunt, because there were some members of the family who had been stricken by cholera in the great epidemic that occurred in 1850. He went on a mission of mercy to give aid to the family, contracted cholera himself and died from this malady. He was buried in Newport because victims of cholera were buried wherever they happened to be at the time of death. Otherwise the body would have been taken to the family burial ground in Maysville, Kentucky."


1 23 November 1998 E-mail to Richard H. Pollock from Rachel Sadinski, Fine Arts Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.
2 Lewis Collins, op. cit., p. 547."

[S2702]

[352892]
d. of Cholera while attending the Gen.Taylor Family


                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _John COBURN Judge___|
| (1760 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--James Wynn COBURN Esq.
|  (1789 - 1850)
|                                            _Hugh MOSS __________+
|                                           | (1736 - 1780) m 1768
|                      _James Wynne MOSS ___|
|                     | (1770 - 1858) m 1801|
|                     |                     |_Jane FORD __________+
|                     |                       (1742 - 1791) m 1768
|_Mary "May" MOSS ____|
  (1770 - ....)       |
                      |                      _Josiah WOODSON _____+
                      |                     | (1752 - 1817)       
                      |_Mary WOODSON _______|
                        (1779 - 1839) m 1801|
                                            |_Elizabeth WOODSON __+
                                              (1759 - 1797)       

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Everett Emanuel ROGILLIO

6 Dec 1879 - Oct 1977

ID Number: I99182

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 6 Dec 1879
  • DEATH: Oct 1977
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1096]
Father: Robert Julian ROGILLIO
Mother: Mary Elizabeth Jane SMITH


Notes


Everett Emanuel ROGILLIO Born: 6 DEC 1879 Died: OCT 1977 m. Lila COLEMAN

                                                                                 _Ysidoro Policarpo ROGILLIO _+
                                                                                | (1766 - 1832) m 1793        
                              _Antonio Santiago ROGILLIO _______________________|
                             | (1795 - 1856)                                    |
                             |                                                  |_Margaret THOMAS ____________+
                             |                                                    (1768 - 1829) m 1793        
 _Robert Julian ROGILLIO ____|
| (1843 - 1936)              |
|                            |                                                   _John MCQUEEN _______________+
|                            |                                                  | (1782 - 1850) m 1812        
|                            |_Margaret Ann MCQUEEN ____________________________|
|                              (1817 - 1854)                                    |
|                                                                               |_Nancy BUMPUS _______________+
|                                                                                 (1785 - 1850) m 1812        
|
|--Everett Emanuel ROGILLIO 
|  (1879 - 1977)
|                                                                                _(RESEARCH QUERY) SMITH _____
|                                                                               |                             
|                             _(RESEARCH QUERY) of Louisiana SMITH of Louisiana_|
|                            |                                                  |
|                            |                                                  |_____________________________
|                            |                                                                                
|_Mary Elizabeth Jane SMITH _|
  (1847 - 1927)              |
                             |                                                   _____________________________
                             |                                                  |                             
                             |__________________________________________________|
                                                                                |
                                                                                |_____________________________
                                                                                                              

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Hardin SOUSLEY

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I22737

  • RESIDENCE: Fortuna, Moniteau Co. MO
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1294]

Family 1 : Dorothy Jane SMITH
  1. +Margaret SOUSLEY
  2.  Cinderella SOUSLEY
  3. +Mary Elizabeth SOUSLEY

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Eliza C. THORNTON

ABT 1750 - ____

ID Number: I58116

  • RESIDENCE: King George Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2128]

Family 1 : Landon CARTER of Cleves

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Angelica Irene WELLS

ABT 1835 - 1907

ID Number: I45512

  • RESIDENCE: Rio Grande City, TX & New York
  • BIRTH: ABT 1835
  • DEATH: 1907, New York
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1639]
Father: James A. WELLS


Family 1 : John L. HAYNES
  1.  Perdida HAYNES
  2.  James John HAYNES
  3. +Henry Malcolm HAYNES
  4.  Leonard HAYNES
  5.  Robert Anderson HAYNES
  6.  Mary Van Buren HAYNES

Notes


"Angelica was named for her paternal grandmother, Angelica van Buren, a cousin of President Martin van Buren. Angelica Wells brought to Mr. Haynes a formidable array of relatives. Her maternal grandfather was General Samuel Evans, and her cousin Samuel Evans was an early Texan who fell at the Battle of the Alamo." [S1639]

                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _James A. WELLS _____|
| (1800 - ....)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Angelica Irene WELLS 
|  (1835 - 1907)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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