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William ARMISTEAD IV

ABT 1735 - 1772

ID Number: I72093

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1735
  • DEATH: 1772
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2170]
Father: William ARMISTEAD III
Mother: Elizabeth MOSELEY


Notes


113. William Armistead((7)) (William((6)), William((5)), William((4)), Anthony((3)), William((2)), Anthony((1))), son of William((6)); may have been the "William Armistead, Jr.," who married Constance -. Will proved in 1772 and names:
116. I. Robert Armistead((8)).
117. II. William Armistead((8)).
118. III. Mary Armistead((8)), b. Dec. 22, 1765.
119. IV. Judith Armistead((8)), not named in will, but given in New Pocoson Parish register as b. July 29, 1762.

                                                _William ARMISTEAD I_+
                                               | (1670 - 1715) m 1696
                         _William ARMISTEAD II_|
                        | (1698 - 1724)        |
                        |                      |_Hannah HINES _______+
                        |                        (1673 - ....) m 1696
 _William ARMISTEAD III_|
| (1700 - 1754) m 1734  |
|                       |                       _____________________
|                       |                      |                     
|                       |_Judith HOLLIER ______|
|                         (1700 - ....)        |
|                                              |_____________________
|                                                                    
|
|--William ARMISTEAD IV
|  (1735 - 1772)
|                                               _____________________
|                                              |                     
|                        ______________________|
|                       |                      |
|                       |                      |_____________________
|                       |                                            
|_Elizabeth MOSELEY ____|
  (1715 - 1741) m 1734  |
                        |                       _____________________
                        |                      |                     
                        |______________________|
                                               |
                                               |_____________________
                                                                     

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Mary Anne Randolph "Mollie" CUSTIS

1 Oct 1808 - 5 Nov 1873

ID Number: I20793

  • RESIDENCE: "Arlington" and Lexington, VA
  • BIRTH: 1 Oct 1808, "Arlington", Virginia [102546]
  • DEATH: 5 Nov 1873, Lexington, Virginia
  • BURIAL: Lee Chapel, Lexington, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S747] [S753] [S912] [S965] [S2226]
Father: George Washington Parke CUSTIS
Mother: Mary Lee Randolph FITZHUGH


Family 1 : Robert Edward LEE of the C.S.A.
  1.  George Washington Custis LEE
  2.  Mary Custis LEE
  3. +William Henry Fitzhugh "Rooney" LEE
  4.  Anne Carter LEE
  5.  Eleanor Agnes LEE
  6. +Robert Edward (Robertus Sickus) LEE C.S.A.
  7.  Mildred Child (Precious Life) LEE

Notes


"Mary Randolph Custis Lee: She outlives her husband, maintains a home in Lexington, Virginia. The great mass of the memorabilia of George Washington had been confiscated by the Union occupiers of Arlington, is stored after the war in Washington. She petitions the government for the return of her family's cherished heirlooms, but Congress still regards Lee as the enemy, and refuses. Widowed by her husband's death in 1870, she yearns for one last visit to the old homestead of Arlington, and even as an invalid, makes the difficult journey with her youngest son, Robert, Jr. In 1872 , returning to Lexington, she is with her daughter Agnes when Agnes is stricken ill and dies. Mary Lee thus outlives not only her husband, but two of her daughters (Annie had died in 1862). Her grief at this irony is overwhelming, and Mary dies soon after, in November 1873." [S2226]

[102546]
born Annefield Plantation, Clarke Co. VA


                                                                _Daniel Parke CUSTIS ____________+
                                                               | (1711 - 1757)                   
                                   _John Parke "Jacky" CUSTIS _|
                                  | (1754 - 1781) m 1774       |
                                  |                            |_Martha DANDRIDGE 1st Lady of US_+
                                  |                              (1731 - 1802)                   
 _George Washington Parke CUSTIS _|
| (1781 - 1857) m 1805            |
|                                 |                             _James HUNT Jr.__________________+
|                                 |                            | (1762 - 1832) m 1790            
|                                 |_James G. HUNT III__________|
|                                   (1800 - 1838)              |
|                                                              |_Jemima Drucilla CARTER _________
|                                                                (1772 - 1864) m 1790            
|
|--Mary Anne Randolph "Mollie" CUSTIS 
|  (1808 - 1873)
|                                                               _Henry FITZHUGH of Eagle's Nest__+
|                                                              | (1706 - 1742) m 1730            
|                                  _William FITZHUGH __________|
|                                 | (1741 - ....)              |
|                                 |                            |_Lucy CARTER ____________________+
|                                 |                              (1710 - ....) m 1730            
|_Mary Lee Randolph FITZHUGH _____|
  (1785 - 1853) m 1805            |
                                  |                             _Peter RANDOLPH of "Chatsworth"__+
                                  |                            | (1717 - 1767) m 1738            
                                  |_Anne RANDOLPH _____________|
                                    (1750 - ....)              |
                                                               |_Lucy BOLLING ___________________+
                                                                 (1719 - ....) m 1738            

Sources

[S747]

[S753]

[S912]

[S965]

[S2226]

[S2226]


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James W. DAILEY

9 Feb 1833 - ____

ID Number: I96914

  • RESIDENCE: Lafayette Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 9 Feb 1833, Lafayette Parish, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2804] [S3033]
Father: James W. DAILEY (DALEY)
Mother: Nancy HIGGINBOTHAM


Notes


JAMES W. DAILEY, SR. b. 9 Feb 1833 in Lafayette, Lafayette Parish, Louisiana

                                                                  ________________________
                                                                 |                        
                            _John DAILEY (DALEY) "the Immigrant"_|
                           | (1760 - 1818) m 1792                |
                           |                                     |________________________
                           |                                                              
 _James W. DAILEY (DALEY) _|
| (1800 - 1851) m 1830     |
|                          |                                      _Patrick LARKIN ________
|                          |                                     | (1750 - 1787)          
|                          |_Elizabeth "Betsy" LARKIN ___________|
|                            (1774 - 1857) m 1792                |
|                                                                |________________________
|                                                                                         
|
|--James W. DAILEY 
|  (1833 - ....)
|                                                                 _Jacob HIGGINBOTHAM Sr._+
|                                                                | (1751 - 1836) m 1772   
|                           _Jacob HIGGINBOTHAM Jr.______________|
|                          | (1776 - 1853) m 1806                |
|                          |                                     |_Anne HIGGINBOTHAM _____+
|                          |                                       (1752 - ....) m 1772   
|_Nancy HIGGINBOTHAM ______|
  (1809 - 1851) m 1830     |
                           |                                      ________________________
                           |                                     |                        
                           |_Sophia (Nancy?)_____________________|
                             (1790 - 1828) m 1806                |
                                                                 |________________________
                                                                                          

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William F. GATEWOOD

1843 - ____

ID Number: I64856

  • RESIDENCE: Essex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1843
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2453]
Father: Theodorick W. GATEWOOD



                                                 _William GATEWOOD ___+
                                                | (1745 - 1825)       
                           _Travers GATEWOOD ___|
                          | (1788 - 1833) m 1812|
                          |                     |_Jane TRAVERS _______
                          |                       (1760 - 1790)       
 _Theodorick W. GATEWOOD _|
| (1813 - 1866)           |
|                         |                      _William NEWBILL ____
|                         |                     | (1770 - ....)       
|                         |_Ann NEWBILL ________|
|                           (1795 - 1835) m 1812|
|                                               |_____________________
|                                                                     
|
|--William F. GATEWOOD 
|  (1843 - ....)
|                                                _____________________
|                                               |                     
|                          _____________________|
|                         |                     |
|                         |                     |_____________________
|                         |                                           
|_________________________|
                          |
                          |                      _____________________
                          |                     |                     
                          |_____________________|
                                                |
                                                |_____________________
                                                                      

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Zachariah PETTY

28 May 1793 - 8 Jul 1854

ID Number: I87631

  • RESIDENCE: NC and Madison Co. AL
  • BIRTH: 28 May 1793, North Carolina
  • DEATH: 8 Jul 1854, Madison Co. Alabama
  • BURIAL: Pettey-Spragins Cemetery, Madison Co, AL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3241]

Family 1 : Rebeckah SHACKLEFORD

Notes


Children
Mary (1825-1879)
Nancy (1825-)
Richard (1831-)
Eli (1833-1854)

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Mary PINKHAM

ABT 1750 - ____

ID Number: I48935

  • RESIDENCE: Freeport, ME
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1739]

Family 1 : Jonathan SOULE

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Sarah PLEASANTS

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I81376

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3069]

Family 1 : Samuel PARSONS
  1.  Sarah Pleasant PARSONS
  2.  Samuel Pleasants PARSONS
  3.  Margaret Pleasant PARSONS
  4.  Elizabeth Tucker PARSONS

Notes


1779, 9, 9. Parsons, Samuel, Henrico Co.; m in Curles, Henrico Co., Sarah Pleasants,
Henrico Co. QUAKER RECORDS, Hinshaw, VA, pg 201:

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Col. James Fowler PRESSLEY C.S.A. M.D.

30 Aug 1835 - 13 Feb 1876

ID Number: I33397

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A.Col 10th S.C. Vols, Army of the West & Physcian & Judge in CA
  • RESIDENCE: Williamsburg Dist. Craven Co. SC & Cynthiana, KY & Suisun City, Salano Co. CA
  • BIRTH: 30 Aug 1835, Williamsburg Dist. SC
  • DEATH: 13 Feb 1876, San Francisco, CA [168120]
  • BURIAL: Fairfield Cemetery, Salano Co. CA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1246] [S1326]
Father: John Brockington PRESSLEY
Mother: Sarah GOTEA


Family 1 : Emma WILSON
  1.  James Fowler PRESSLEY Jr.
  2.  Louise Wilson PRESSLEY

Notes


"James Fowler Pressley, son of John B. and Sarah Pressley, received such education as could be had in the schools of the neighborhood till the year 1852, when he went to the S.C. Military Academy, and graduated in November, 1856. He entered upon the study of medicine soon over his graduation, nominally under the tuition of a Dr. Williams who then lived on Roy's Branch on the road to Kingstree about four miles from father's plantation. He remained at home and saw his precepter as he had occasion. When the proper season arrived he went to the Charleston Medical College, and graduated at that institution after completing the usual course. Immediately after graduation he commenced the practice of medicine in the neighborhood in which he was reared. On the 15th day of April 1858, he married Emma Wilson, daughter of David D. Wilson and Sarah Wilson (Nee Britton). He settled soon after marriage on the West side of Black Mingo Swamp on a tract of land presented to him by Col. David D. Wilson, his father-in-law. His practice soon became lucrative and extensive. When the war came he laid his profession and went in to the Confederate army as Lt. Col. Of the 10th S.C. Vols. To which position he was elected upon the organization of the Regiment before the commencement of hostilities. His regiment when first called out was stationed on South Island near the entrance of Winyah Bay. This regiment like all of the volunteer regiments of S.C. troops, first called out, volunteered for twelve months. Upon reorganizing for the war James Fowler Pressley was re-elected Lt. Col., and upon the promotion of Arthur Manigault (Col.) to be Bridadier General he became Colonel of the regiment, which was sent West and became a part of the Confederate army of the West, remaining with it while it had an existence. Col. Pressley commanded his regiment in all of the battles fought by that army from the time it left Shiloh till it got back at Atlanta in its retrograde movement. At Atlanta he received a shot through the left shoulder, and was disabled for the rest of the war. I have conversed with both officers and men who served in his regiment. They all bear testimony of his ability and gallantry as an officer.


After the war he resumed the practice of his profession, and when the Reconstruction Acts were passed and it became evident that there was no peace for the South, he removed to Cynthiana, Kentucky where he formed a partnership with Dr. A.J. Beale who had been his Surgeon in the Confederate Army and at one time Asst. Surgeon of the 25th S.C. Vols. When the rest of the family concluded to come to California, my brother James returned to S.C. and accompanied my mother and her family to this state.


My brother assisted by Dr. H. H. Poland of San Francisco, soon found a location. He settled in Suisun City in Solano County, and did not have to wait for practice. His health gave way, his physical powers were too serverely taxed. About the year 1874 or 1875, he removed to San Jose hoping in a different climate to regain his health. He would soon have been in good practice there had his health allowed. His heroic struggle against fate were of no avail. He died in San Francisco on the 13th day of February 1876, at an infirmary on Bush Street, where he had gone for treatment. He was buried in his own lot in the Fairfield cemetery.


I want to assure my brother's children that they may well be proud of their father. Few better men ever lived. Stronger love than existed between my brother and me can hardly be conveived. After we passed the age for childish quarrels, never a shadow of difference came between us. After his death his family took up their residence in Santa Rosa on King Street."


parents John B & Sarah Pressley; wife Emma Wilson; occupation, Physician; entered as Lt Col., prom to Colonel of regiment , part of Confed Army of the West, Wounded at Atlanta; Came to CA in 1869 with family.


May 20, 2001
Honoring heritage and history
By Tim Fields
FAIRFIELD - As each is remembered, they all are honored.


From speeches to rifle volleys, members of two local confederacy memorial groups gathered Saturday to remember two Civil War veterans buried in the Suisun-Fairfield Cemetery. Under the shade of trees, petite, red flowers covered the tombstones of Col. Columbus Palestine Reeves and Col. James F. Pressley. Taps filled the silent graveyard with song.


"Our purpose is to honor our ancestors and to try to retain our history as it was," said Yvonne Young Miller, president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy Fairfield-Suisun chapter. The chapter was formed in 1992.


Miller's grandfather, James David Young, was a private in the South's army and died in the battle of Shiloh in 1862. Both of the veterans honored Saturday were remarkable men with remarkable lives, Miller said.


Reeves, born in 1830, was a scholar, businessman and solider. He was son of a minister and classmate of Samuel Clemens, aka Mark Twain. He joined the Confederate army as an aide-de-camp to a general but was taken prisoner in the battle of Springfield. Once released he settled in Suisun City and helped build the emerging city.


Pressley graduated medical school in 1858 and joined the 10th South Carolina Infantry. He soon was promoted to colonel and led his troops in many battles from 1862 to 1864. When a bullet shattered his left shoulder in the Battle of Peach Tree Creek, he went into politics and was elected to the state legislature in 1864. A year later he led a militia to defend towns against bands of robbers and Union forces that attacked and looted across South Carolina. After the war he moved to Suisun City in 1869 to continue his medical practice and in 1878 he died in San Francisco while receiving treatment for ill health.


Saturday, standing over the grave stone, was the colonel's grand nephew, Neil Hamilton of Rio Vista. Family history is something people all should be interested in because it tells where they came from, Hamilton said.


Charles Christian, a historian at the event, wished he were related to the gallant Pressley, he said. Christian is a tour guide at Old Rural Cemetery in Santa Rosa and is a member of the Sons of Union Veterans. All Civil War veterans deserve recognition and honor, he said.


The war tore a family from Kentucky right down the middle, said Louis Olker standing close Pressley's weather-worn gravestone.


"I'm like an S.O.B., a son of both the North and South," he said tipping his hat and holding his rifle.


Olker and two others from the Sons of the Confederate Veterans in Sacramento sported confederate uniforms and weapons to honor the two veterans. Confederate soldiers were part of a crucial time in American history and unfortunately many have been forgotten, he said.


"It's important to locate Confederate veterans' graves because they contributed so much to our country," said Ann Miller, a United Daughters of the Confederacy member. The UDC has recognized two other Confederate soldiers graves in Yountville and in Napa, she said. There are two more Confederate veterans in the Suisun-Fairfield cemetery and will be honored next spring, Miller said.


To Luverne Harstine, remembering Confederate veterans means remembering her grandfather.


Harstine's grandfather, Charles Hanger, served in the Southern forces from 1861 to 1865 and spent some time in prisoner of war camp. Union soldiers captured him after shooting him in the knee, she said.


Her grandfather said many times if it weren't for the injury he would've outrun those Yankees, she said. Tim Fields can be reached at tfields@dailyrepublic.net.



[S1246] [S1326]

[168120]
Infirmary on Busa St.where he had gone for treatment


                                                       _William PRESSLEY ______+
                                                      | (1750 - ....)          
                              _John PRESSLEY _________|
                             | (1780 - 1821)          |
                             |                        |_Eleanor ORR ___________
                             |                          (1750 - ....)          
 _John Brockington PRESSLEY _|
| (1810 - 1863) m 1830       |
|                            |                         _John BROCKINGTON II____+
|                            |                        | (1754 - 1801) m 1773   
|                            |_Mary Barr BROCKINGTON _|
|                              (1783 - 1849)          |
|                                                     |_Martha Screven FOWLER _+
|                                                       (1757 - 1822) m 1773   
|
|--James Fowler PRESSLEY C.S.A. M.D.
|  (1835 - 1876)
|                                                      _John GOTEA III_________+
|                                                     | (1774 - 1818)          
|                             _John GOTEA IV__________|
|                            | (1790 - 1826) m 1807   |
|                            |                        |_UNNAMED________________
|                            |                          (1770 - ....)          
|_Sarah GOTEA _______________|
  (1812 - 1874) m 1830       |
                             |                         _William SCOTT _________+
                             |                        | (1760 - 1806) m 1778   
                             |_Elizabeth SCOTT _______|
                               (1790 - 1851) m 1807   |
                                                      |_Mary BAXTER ___________+
                                                        (1762 - 1823) m 1778   

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[S1326]

[S1246]

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(RESEARCH QUERY) SHEPPARD

____ - ____

ID Number: I100646

  • RESIDENCE: of Henrico Co. VA and NC and SC and GA
  • RESOURCES: See: jbass@digital.net
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) SHEPHERD Old Virginia


Family 1 :
  1. +Robert SHEPPARD "the Immigrant"
  2. +John SHEPARD
  3.  Elizabeth SHEPPARD
  4. +Margaret SHEPPARD
  5. +Sarah or Sally SHEPPHERD
  6. +William SHEPARD
  7. +Ann SHEPARD
  8. +Clary SHEPPARD

                                             __
                                            |  
                                          __|
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                                         |  |__
                                         |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) SHEPHERD Old Virginia_|
|                                        |
|                                        |   __
|                                        |  |  
|                                        |__|
|                                           |
|                                           |__
|                                              
|
|--(RESEARCH QUERY) SHEPPARD 
|  
|                                            __
|                                           |  
|                                         __|
|                                        |  |
|                                        |  |__
|                                        |     
|________________________________________|
                                         |
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                                         |  |  
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Eddie STUBBS

ABT 1900 - ____

ID Number: I39652

  • RESIDENCE: of Pike Co. MS
  • BIRTH: ABT 1900
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1338]
Father: Rueben STUBBS
Mother: Minerva Ann MORGAN



                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Rueben STUBBS ______|
| (1848 - 1930)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Eddie STUBBS 
|  (1900 - ....)
|                                            _David MORGAN _______+
|                                           | (1780 - 1836) m 1806
|                      _Benjamin J. MORGAN _|
|                     | (1812 - 1880)       |
|                     |                     |_Mary ANDREWS _______+
|                     |                       (.... - 1868) m 1806
|_Minerva Ann MORGAN _|
  (1874 - 1958)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Sarah M. GRUBBS ____|
                        (1842 - ....)       |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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ROBERT "With The Beard" UMFREVILLE of Eldons

____ - BEF 1130

ID Number: I56172

  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • DEATH: BEF 1130
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2041]

Family 1 :
  1.  ROBERT de UMFREVILLE Baron of Prudhoe
  2.  GILBERT UMFREVILLE
  3.  JORDAN UMFREVILLE

Notes


"Robert with the beard had 3 sons, Robert, Gilbert and Jordan. Robert with-the-Beard built Elsdon c1080. The Conqueror died in 1085, the reign of his son Rufus was brief and troubled. When Rufus was asassinated the country was plunged into anarchy. During this time Robert may have taken the opportunity to take control of the liberty and the vital border crossing (or at least establish greater authority over the region) taking the revenues into his own pocket. Robert's second son Gilbert went to Glamorgan in 1091 to campaign with Fitz Hamon, Robert with the beard died before 1130 when his eldest son Robert built Prudhoe. Robert died in 1145 (aged c75) and Prudhoe passed to his son Odonell I."

[S2041]

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Washington Lafayette WATKINS

10 Jan 1824 - ____

ID Number: I31027

  • OCCUPATION: Lawyer
  • RESIDENCE: Halifax & Henrico Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 10 Jan 1824
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: Stephen Dupuy WATKINS
Mother: Sarah Holman DUPUY


Family 1 : Maria Sophia HALL
  1.  Thomas Gholson WATKINS
  2.  John Dupuy WATKINS
  3.  Anna Martin WATKINS
  4.  Harriett Hall WATKINS
  5.  Sallie Henderson WATKINS
  6.  Alverda Hall WATKINS
  7.  Maria Hall WATKINS
Family 2 : Lizzie STRINGFELLOW

                                                _Thomas WATKINS Sr.______+
                                               | (1720 - 1780) m 1747    
                          _Thomas WATKINS Jr.__|
                         | (1748 - 1816) m 1775|
                         |                     |_Mary CLAY ______________+
                         |                       (1720 - ....) m 1747    
 _Stephen Dupuy WATKINS _|
| (1788 - 1862) m 1816   |
|                        |                      _John Bartholomew DUPUY _+
|                        |                     | (1722 - 1791) m 1753    
|                        |_Magdalene DUPUY ____|
|                          (1753 - 1815) m 1775|
|                                              |_Esther GUERRANT ________+
|                                                (1735 - 1760) m 1753    
|
|--Washington Lafayette WATKINS 
|  (1824 - ....)
|                                               _John Bartholomew DUPUY _+
|                                              | (1722 - 1791) m 1753    
|                         _Peter DUPUY ________|
|                        | (1768 - 1852) m 1789|
|                        |                     |_Esther GUERRANT ________+
|                        |                       (1735 - 1760) m 1753    
|_Sarah Holman DUPUY ____|
  (1800 - 1864) m 1816   |
                         |                      _________________________
                         |                     |                         
                         |_Margaret MARTIN ____|
                           (1768 - 1852) m 1789|
                                               |_________________________
                                                                         

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