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Thomas COLEMAN

1754 - 11 Sep 1811

ID Number: I99498

  • RESIDENCE: Madison and Spotsylvania Cos. VA and Allen Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1754, Virginia
  • DEATH: 11 Sep 1811, Allen Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3610]

Family 1 : Ann (Nancy) PEMBERTON?
  1. +Henry COLEMAN

Notes


Children:
Elizabeth Coleman 1789 Spotsylvania Co VA
William Coleman 1783 Spotsylvania Co.,VA
Benjamin Coleman 1785 Spotsylvania Co.,VA
John W. Coleman 1787 Spotsylvania Co.,VA
Margaret Coleman Abt 1791 Spotsylvania Co.,VA
Nancy Coleman Abt 1794 Spotsylvania Co.,VA
Mary Ann Coleman 1796 Spotsylvania Co.,VA
Daniel Coleman 1798 Spotsylvania Co.,VA
Larkin P. Coleman 19 Oct 1800 Spotsylvania Co. ,VA
Thomas, Jr. Coleman Abt 1803 VA
Sally Coleman Abt 1805


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Thomas DEPEW

1795 - ____

ID Number: I93807

  • RESIDENCE: NJ and Madison, Lackawanna Co. PA
  • BIRTH: 1795, New Jersey
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS 1880 census
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) DEPEW


Family 1 : Abigail RICE
  1.  Levi DEPEW

Notes


Wife Abigail Rice
Child: Levi Depew b 1823 Madisonville, Pennsylvania d. 1862


Household Record 1880 United States Census
Name Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation
Silas H. DEPEW M Male 40 PA Farmer
Eliza DEPEW M Female 38 ON THE OCEAN F.O.R. Keeping House
William T. DEPEW S Male 16 PA Works On Farm
Jenette A. DEPEW S Female 14 PA At Home
Mary H. DEPEW S Female 11 PA At Home
John B. DEPEW S Male 8 PA
Harry E. DEPEW S Male 6 PA
Lizzie R. DEPEW S Female 2 PA
Thomas DEPEW M Male 85 NJ
Abigal DEPEW M Female 80 MA





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WILLIAM DOUGLAS 1st Earl of Douglas-Mar

ABT 1313 - May 1384

ID Number: I45828

Father: ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS Regent of Scotland
Mother: BEATRICE LINDSAY of Crawford


Family 1 : MARGARET de MAR Countess of Mar
  1. +JAMES DOUGLAS 2nd Earl of Douglas & Mar
  2.  ISABELLA DOUGLAS Countess of Mar
  3. +MARGARET DOUGLAS
Family 2 : MARGARET STEWART Countess of Angus
  1. +GEORGE DOUGLAS 1st Earl of Angus

Notes


"Douglas, William, 1st earl of Douglas and Mar, 1327?1384, Scottish nobleman; nephew of Sir James de Douglas, lord of Douglas. About 1348 he returned to Scotland from France and recaptured the Douglas lands from the English. Later he took part in the negotiations for the ransom and release of David II. In 1354 he succeeded to the estates of his father and uncle and to the lands of his kinsman, William Douglas, Knight of Liddesdale, whom he had slain. Douglas engaged in French-incited raids on the English border and fought (1356) for the French in the battle of Poitiers. In 1358 he was made earl of Douglas, and after the accession of Robert II he was made justiciar S of the Forth and received the lands of the earl of Fife. At the death of his wife's brother in 1374 he received the lands and title of the earl of Mar. Douglas had an illegitimate son by Margaret Stuart, countess of Angus in her own right. This was George Douglas, who became 1st earl of Angus." http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/people/A0815981.html


Children:
(A) James Douglas, 2nd Earl of Douglas, Earl of Mar (dspl Otterburn 08.1388) B3/2750
m. Isabel Stewart (dau of Robert Stewart, King Robert II of Scots)
(B) Isabella Douglas, Countess of Mar (d 1408) 2960 m1. (by 1388) Sir Malcolm Drummond (d 1402) - m2. (1404) Alexander Stewart, Earl of Mar (dsp 1435)
p. Margaret Stewart, Countess of Mar and Angus
(C) George Douglas, 1st Earl of Angus (d c1403) m. (1397) Mary Stewart (dau of John Stewart, King Robert III of Scots)
(D) Margaret Douglas (a 1404) - m. Thomas Johnson


Most of the information on Kings & Queens of Scotland, Ireland, Wales, England and other parts of the British Isles & Europe and on the various Royal & Noble families in this family tree has come from one or more of the following sources:


BURKE'S Genealogical and Heraldic History of the PEERAGE BARONETAGE AND KNIGHTAGE. Edited by Peter Townend. Burke's Peerage Limited, London "Burke's Peerage" popular name.


Also information from Burke's Landed Gentry Burke's Peerage Limited, London


Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage, ISBN: 0312125577 Debrett's Peerage Ltd 86/88 Edgware Road London W2 2YW For further information on Debrett's e-mail people@debretts.co.uk
Phone # +44 (0)171 916 9633. http://www.debretts.co.uk/index.html


Directory of Royal Genealogical Data (Edinburgh Mirror)
http://www.tardis.ed.ac.uk/~bct/public/genealogy/royal/
Version: 29 Jul 99 Author: Brian Tompsett
Back: Royal and Noble genealogy Copyright (c) 1994 - 1999


This is part of Royal and Noble Genealogical Data on the Web at
http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/gedcom.html, Royal Genealogies -- Menu
http://ftp.cac.psu.edu/~saw/royal/royalgen.html
Denis R. Reid 149 Kimrose Lane Broadview Heights, Ohio 44147-1258
Internet Email address: ah189@cleveland.freenet.edu (216) 237-5364


Burke's possibly now published or distributed by Almanach De Gotha Ltd, 9 Cork Street, Mayfair, London, W1X 1PD United Kingdom. Tel (UK) 0181 404 2489 (International) +44(0) 181 404 2489
http://www.almanachdegotha.com/main_page.htm


Burke's Peerage under "Queensbury"


Children:
1. Sir George Douglas , 1st Earl of Angus b. About 1323 in Hermiston, Roxburghshire, Scotland
2. Sir James Douglas , 2nd Earl of Douglas and Mar b. About 1355 in of, Douglas, Lanarkshire, Scotland
3. Mary Douglas, Lady Hay b. About 1393


Margaret Stewart , Countess Douglas (Wife) b. About 1350 in of, Angushire, Scotland, Scotland) Marriage: in not married
Children: George Douglas , 1st Earl of Angus b. 1378 in Mar, Aberdeenshire, Scotland


Margaret de Dunbar (Wife) b. About 1305 in (Of, Dunbar Castle, East Lothian, Scotland)
Children: Margaret Douglas , of Douglas b. 1328 in Douglas, Scotland


Margaret Mar , Countess of Angus (Wife) b. About 1343 in of, Castle Cary, Somersetshire, England Marriage: ABT 1386 in of, Castle Cary, Somersetshire, England
Children:
1. Isabel Douglas b. About 1375
2. Margaret Douglas b. About 1380 in Douglas, Lanarkshire, Scotland



[S2295] [S2844]

[221622]
of Hermiston, Roxburghshire, Scotland


                                                                                    _WILLIAM "Longleg" de DOUGLAS ______________+
                                                                                   | (1240 - ....)                              
                                        _WILLIAM "le Hardi" DOUGLAS Knt.___________|
                                       | (1260 - 1298)                             |
                                       |                                           |_CONSTANCE of Batail________________________
                                       |                                             (1240 - ....)                              
 _ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS Regent of Scotland_|
| (1297 - 1333) m 1320                 |
|                                      |                                            ____________________________________________
|                                      |                                           |                                            
|                                      |_ELEANOR de LOUVAINE ______________________|
|                                        (1268 - ....)                             |
|                                                                                  |____________________________________________
|                                                                                                                               
|
|--WILLIAM DOUGLAS 1st Earl of Douglas-Mar
|  (1313 - 1384)
|                                                                                   _DAVID de LINDSAY 5th Lord Of Luffness______+
|                                                                                  | (1235 - ....) m 1266                       
|                                       _ALEXANDER de LINDSAY 6th Lord of Crawford_|
|                                      | (1267 - 1308) m 1290                      |
|                                      |                                           |_MARGARET LINDSAY Lady of Lamberton_________+
|                                      |                                             (1249 - ....) m 1266                       
|_BEATRICE LINDSAY of Crawford_________|
  (1291 - 1352) m 1320                 |
                                       |                                            _ALEXANDER STEWART High Steward of Scotland_+
                                       |                                           | (1210 - 1283)                              
                                       |_BEATRIX STEWART Countess of Crawford______|
                                         (1268 - ....) m 1290                      |
                                                                                   |_JEAN MACRORY of Bute_______________________
                                                                                     (1215 - ....)                              

Sources

[S1033]

[S2119]

[S2174]

[S2222]

[S2295]

[S2531]

[S2844]

[S2295]

[S2844]


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Robert JONES

ABT 1670 - ____

ID Number: I85123

  • RESIDENCE: of Lancaster Co. VA?
  • BIRTH: ABT 1670
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3151]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) of VA JONES


Family 1 :
  1. +Sarah Ann JONES

Notes


Spouse Unknown

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|--Robert JONES 
|  (1670 - ....)
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Darthula LEWIS

ABT 1816 - ____

ID Number: I29907

  • RESIDENCE: Nashville, TN & TX
  • BIRTH: ABT 1816, Nashville, Tennessee
  • DEATH: TX
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1160]
Father: Joel LEWIS
Mother: Miriam EASTHAM


Family 1 : HARRISON
  1.  Miriam HARRISON
  2.  Anna HARRISON
  3.  William Knox HARRISON

                                                   _David LEWIS I_______+
                                                  | (1695 - 1779) m 1717
                       _William Terrell LEWIS Sr._|
                      | (1718 - 1802) m 1739      |
                      |                           |_Anne TERRELL _______+
                      |                             (1695 - 1734) m 1717
 _Joel LEWIS _________|
| (1760 - 1816) m 1786|
|                     |                            _James MARTIN _______+
|                     |                           | (1699 - 1775)       
|                     |_Sarah "Sally" MARTIN _____|
|                       (1722 - 1793) m 1739      |
|                                                 |_Elizabeth CRAWFORD _+
|                                                   (1700 - ....)       
|
|--Darthula LEWIS 
|  (1816 - ....)
|                                                  _____________________
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|                      ___________________________|
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|                     |                           |_____________________
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|_Miriam EASTHAM _____|
  (1769 - 1846) m 1786|
                      |                            _____________________
                      |                           |                     
                      |___________________________|
                                                  |
                                                  |_____________________
                                                                        

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Leanna Dibrell LEWIS

ABT 1810 - 1847

ID Number: I62348

  • RESIDENCE: of Albemarle Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1810
  • DEATH: 1847
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2072]
Father: Zachariah Robert LEWIS Sr.
Mother: Sarah PATTERSON


Family 1 : George Christopher GILMER

                                                       _John LEWIS II_______________________________
                                                      | (1718 - 1799)                               
                              _Owen LEWIS ____________|
                             | (1750 - 1812) m 1773   |
                             |                        |_____________________________________________
                             |                                                                      
 _Zachariah Robert LEWIS Sr._|
| (1780 - 1861)              |
|                            |                         _Hardin PERKINS Jr.__________________________+
|                            |                        | (1730 - 1794) m 1756                        
|                            |_Sarah PERKINS _________|
|                              (1756 - 1848) m 1773   |
|                                                     |_Sarah PRICE ________________________________+
|                                                       (1734 - 1821) m 1756                        
|
|--Leanna Dibrell LEWIS 
|  (1810 - 1847)
|                                                      _____________________________________________
|                                                     |                                             
|                             _David Major PATTERSON _|
|                            | (1758 - 1846)          |
|                            |                        |_____________________________________________
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|_Sarah PATTERSON ___________|
  (1780 - ....)              |
                             |                         _Anthony (Jean_Antoine Du_Breuille) DIBRELL _+
                             |                        | (1725 - 1800) m 1755                        
                             |_Judith DIBRELL ________|
                               (1760 - ....)          |
                                                      |_Elizabeth LEE ______________________________+
                                                        (1733 - 1770) m 1755                        

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[S2072]


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Susanna PAYNE

1737 - ____

ID Number: I40461

  • RESIDENCE: Goochland and Pittsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1737, Goochland Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS FGR [S1376] [S2364]
Father: Josias PAYNE Sr.
Mother: Anna FLEMING



                                             _William PAYNE ___________________+
                                            | (1660 - 1726) m 1684             
                       _George PAYNE _______|
                      | (1678 - 1743) m 1705|
                      |                     |_Susannah MERRIMAN _______________+
                      |                       (1663 - ....) m 1684             
 _Josias PAYNE Sr.____|
| (1705 - 1785) m 1732|
|                     |                      _Robert "Potato Hole" WOODSON Sr._+
|                     |                     | (1634 - 1707) m 1657             
|                     |_Mary WOODSON _______|
|                       (1678 - 1766) m 1705|
|                                           |_Elizabeth FERRIS ________________+
|                                             (1636 - 1689) m 1657             
|
|--Susanna PAYNE 
|  (1737 - ....)
|                                            _Charles FLEMING _________________+
|                                           | (1650 - 1717) m 1680             
|                      _Tarleton FLEMING ___|
|                     | (1699 - 1750) m 1716|
|                     |                     |_Susannah TARLETON _______________+
|                     |                       (1661 - 1717) m 1680             
|_Anna FLEMING _______|
  (1717 - 1778) m 1732|
                      |                      _John BATES I_____________________+
                      |                     | (1655 - 1719) m 1681             
                      |_Hannah BATES _______|
                        (1688 - ....) m 1716|
                                            |_Elizabeth DANIEL ________________
                                              (1663 - 1692) m 1681             

Sources

[S1376]

[S2364]


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Margaret PRYTLE

ABT 1800 - AFT 1860

ID Number: I53065

  • RESIDENCE: Roane Co. TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • DEATH: AFT 1860
  • RESOURCES: See: [S957]

Family 1 : Samuel PHILPOTT

Notes


"On 18 Jan 1840, Margaret Philpott, widow of Samuel, sold 150 acres of land to Joseph Thompson, Deed Book 12, p 311, Henry Co, VA. She was still living on April 30, 1860 when administration accounts by Margaret Philpott were recorded Henry Co Will Book 4, p 326, Samuel Philpott, (1761-1837) the beloved brother of John Philpott."

[S957]

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[S957]


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Ann REDD

ABT 1759 - ABT 1834

ID Number: I68603

  • RESIDENCE: of Caroline Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1759
  • DEATH: ABT 1834
  • RESOURCES: See: [S324] [S2604]
Father: Samuel REDD Sr.
Mother: Lucy ROGERS


Family 1 : Thomas Carr MINOR
  1. +Henry MINOR of Alabama

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 _Samuel REDD Sr._____|
| (1740 - ....)       |
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|                           
|
|--Ann REDD 
|  (1759 - 1834)
|                         __
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|_Lucy ROGERS ________|
  (1740 - ....)       |
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Sources

[S324]

[S2604]


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James SANDERS Sr.

1790 - 1854

ID Number: I14369

  • RESIDENCE: SC
  • BIRTH: 1790
  • DEATH: 1854
  • RESOURCES: See: [S407]

Family 1 : Mary Blake LINING
  1.  James Edward SANDERS
  2.  Charles SANDERS
  3.  John SANDERS
  4.  Thomas Lining SANDERS
  5.  William SANDERS
  6. +Edward Blake SANDERS
  7. +Mary Blake SANDERS
  8.  Lawrence SANDERS

Sources

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Morson Clay SETTLE

1802 - ____

ID Number: I37144

  • RESIDENCE: Rappahannock, VA
  • BIRTH: 1802
  • RESOURCES: See: [S874]

Family 1 : Haney MILLER
  1. +Henry Clay SETTLE C.S.A.

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Noah (Manoah) Gleaves TURK Sr.

7 Jun 1807 - 18 Sep 1866

ID Number: I7075

  • RESIDENCE: Adair Co. KY and Jasper Co. MO and Scott Co. IL
  • BIRTH: 7 Jun 1807, Adair Co. Kentucky
  • DEATH: 18 Sep 1866, Scott Co. Illinois
  • BURIAL: "Young Cemetery, Cass Co., IL ,Sec 23 R-13N R-13W, 2 mi NW Glasgow next to Sandridge....
  • RESOURCES: See: [S301] [S730] [S2122]
Father: Thomas TURK
Mother: Margaret GLEAVES


Family 1 : Ann Bolene CARTER
  1. +Thomas Carter TURK C.S.A.
  2.  Amanda Malviner TURK
  3. +Benjamin King TURK
  4. +Mary Ann TURK
  5. +Noah Gleaves TURK C.S.A.
  6. +Margaret Jane TURK
  7. +Albarine Marshall TURK C.S.A.
  8.  Eliza Ann TURK
  9.  Hiram K. TURK C.S.A.
  10.  Julia Allen TURK
  11.  Martisha T. TURK
  12.  Robert Jackson TURK C.S.A.
  13.  Susannah Lusarali "Lousarah" TURK
  14. +John Crawford TURK
  15.  William C. TURK
  16.  Josephine TURK

Notes


From HISTORY OF MISSOURI, ILLUSTRATED, "History of Old Settlers". "In 1854, Mr. Turk moved to Missouri and settled in Jasper County. He went south during the war and died in Scott County, Illinois in 1867 at the age of sixty years. He was a good business man, a man of property, owning 1,800 acres of land in Jasper County and slaves. He was a man of character and honor. He and his wife were members of the Methodist Episcopal Church South.


CENSUS RECORDS 1830 Adair Co., KY census page 19 1840 Adair Co., KY census page 26 1850 Adair Co., KY census, household 270.
1860 Jasper Co. MO census page 48.


OTHER SOURCES Adair Co., KY Marriages (1802-1840) Index Kentucky, A History of the State by Perrin, Battle and Kniffen Mark Kelley, Littleton, CO.


In the 1850 & 1860 Census he is referred to Naoh and his son is referred to Noah.


From: PThomp9719@aol.com (by way of Becky Bonner )
Subject: Traylor - Turk lines
I am interested in the Traylor Turk connections from Adair Co. KY Thomas Carter Turk m. Elizabeth F. Traylor whose brother Joseph Alford Traylor m. Mary Ann Turk. Sending you a clipping. hoping you may be able to identify some of the people therein. Peggy


The Herald, Burkesville, KY. 10/9/1903 TURK FAMILY, Reunion 1903 - Ben, Noah, and Al Turk three of Missouri's successful business men are here visiting their sisters, Amanda Allen of Washes Bottom, and Mary Traylor of Becks Store, and shaking hands with old time friends and kin and getting acquainted with many of the new.


On Sun. Sept 27th the round of feast making began for their entertainment by Mrs. Allen inviting her children and grandchildren and kinsmen to help her make merry, and it was done royally as everybody enjoyed themselves to the fullest. On Monday we journeyed on with them to their sister Mary's stopping by the way with the prince of entertainers, K. Turk and his estimable wife, of Little Renox. Staying over night, the next day had an outing to the Sulphur Springs of Big Renox.


Ben, Noah, Al and John Henry Turk, K. Turk, and wife, Mrs. Mary Traylor, Pat and Charlie Traylor, Bob English, Mrs. Hettie Allen and M.M. Philpot, made up the merry party, who spent the day in Jollity and with good cheer distilled of Sulphur water and coffee grounds. Charlie and John Henry proving themselves masters in the art of brewing. And right here let me say, the young lady who succeeds in capturing John Henry will be very fortunate indeed. No use to mention Mr. Traylor for he is already mortgaged property.


This is the 1st visit Mr. Al Turk has made to his native land in 56 years. He sees vast changes in many instances, especially around the Springs and I believe found his name on a tree where he carved it nearly 50 years ago. He with his brothers regaled the crowd with many reminiscence of the pranks and sports of their boyhood days. Their jokes were practical and to the point as they demonstrated when they threw the hired man's "britches" out the upstairs window, so they could beat him to the chestnut trees, where they could stamp the burrs open with the bare heel. No so with the shod boy of the present generation.


After a day of much pleasure the crowd, with the exception of Mr. English pulled out for Charlie Traylor's stopping by at his store where he treated us to a melon feast, and then all weighed to see who gained the most while at the springs. The combined weight of the crowd was 2059 lbs., general average of 187 lbs. And the average age was 60 years. The night was spent with music and talk. I say night for they scarcely retired at all, so much to remember and relate. However, the day came and we ascended the mountain to the home of Mrs. Mary Traylor where we joined in the reunion of her family.
Her three brothers, Ben, Noah and Al Turk, and four sons, Noah, Joe, Pate and Charlie Traylor and daughter Mrs. Henry Slemons with their families, Mrs. Martha Turk, John Henry Turk, Mrs. Hettie Allen and Maggie Philpot and last but not least, Mr. Zib Smith with his camera. We all tried "to look pleasant please" and had our beauties snatched. At 12o'clock sharp we were invited to the dining room. The most celebrated Epicurean could not found fault with Mrs. Traylors table, as it was artistically arranged and bountifully spread with the choicest viands and good things of life, to which the crowd did ample justice, satisfying all creature wants below. Many expressed regret that our old kinsman Perry Allen"Rip-e-toe of Herald fame" could not be with us, and best wishes with kindest regards were extended to him and the good wife in their old age. The day was one of pleasure and will be long remembered as a milestone along the pathway of life and with best wishes for our aged cousins and a Gods speed on their journey, we bid them good bye and all turned our faces homeward.
M.M.P.
Jasper Co., MO Courthouse, Carthage, MO. Box 36, File #1038. Several suits against estate of Noah G. Turk, Sr.


Jasper Co., MO Courthouse, Carthage, MO. Deed Book V, page 466 thru 469.


"Know all men by these presents that we Benjamin K. Turk and Martha A. Turk of Lawrence County, Missouri, in consideration of five dollars to us paid and in further consideration of a partition and division of real estate between the parties do remise, release and quit claim forever to Noah G. Turk, Amanda Allen, Mary A. Traylor, Margaret J. Kelly, Alberine M. Turk, Julia Dowdy, Lusary Harris, Martishey McKinsey and John C. Turk the equal undivided one half of th efollowing described real estate, situate in Jasper County, Missouri, viz: The North West quarter of Section fifteen (15) and the East half of the South West quarter of Section fourteen (14) and the North West quarter of the North East quarter and the North half of the South West quarter of the North East quarter of Section twenty three (23) in Township twenty-nine (29) of Range thirty (30) and also the South West quarter of the North East quarter of Section three (3) and the North West quarter of the South East quarter and the South West quarter of the North East quarter and twenty-five acres off of the South side of the North West quarter of the North East quarter of Section two (2) in township twenty-eight (28) of Range twenty-nine (29) containing four hundred and forty five acres, more or less, but reserving to myself, Benj. K. Turk, the equal undivided two elevenths part of same real estate, to have and to hold the share and part of said real estate hereby conveyed to them, their heirs and assigns forever. Witness our hands and seals this 9th day of September 1871, (signe d) Benjamin K. Turk (and) Martha A. Turk. [Release of dower follows.]....


"Know all men by these presents that we, Margaret J. Kelly and Philip S. Kelly, her husband, and Alberine M. Turk and Mary V. Turk, his wife, in consideration of five dollars, to us paid by Benjamin K. Turk and in further consideration of a partition and division of the real estate of the parties between each other do remise, release and forever quit claim unto Benjamin K. Turk, the following described real estate, situate in Jasper County, in the state of Missorui, to wit: The West half of the South West quarter of Section thirteen (13) and the South East quarter of Section fourteen (14) and the North West quarter of the South East quarter and the South half of the South West quarter of the North East quarter of Section twenty-three (23) inTownship twenty-nine (29) of Range thirty (30) and the South West quarter of Section thirty-six (36) excepting the North half of the North West quarter of said South West quarter and also fifteen acres of fof the North Side of the North West quarter of the North East quarter of Section two (2) in Township twenty-eight (28) of Range thirty (30) to have and to hold the same with the appurtenances to him said Benjamin K. Turk, his heirs and assigns forever. In witness there of we have hereunto set out hands and seals, this 9th day of Septembe r1871. (signed) A.M. Turk, Mary V. Turk, M.J. Kelley, P.S. Kelley .[Release of dowers for Mary V. Turk and Margaret J. Kelley follows .]


Know all men by these presents that we, Noah G. Turk and Letiti aTurk, his wife, Amanda Allen, and Norman Allen, her husband, and Mary A. Traylor and Joseph A. Traylor, her husband, all of Cumberland County, Kentucky, and Julia Dowdy and Montilion C. Dowdy, her husband, Lusarah Harris and John S. Harris, her husband, Martishey McKinsey and Daniel J. McKinsey, her husbnd, John C. Turk and Ann B. Turk, of Lawrence County, Missouri, in consideration of five dollars to them paid by Benjamin K. Turk of said Lawrence County and in further consideration of a deed of coveyance to them made and delivered by said Benjamin K. Turk on partition and division of their real estate, do remise, release and forever quit claim to the said Benjamin K. Turk, his heirs and assigns, the following described real estate situate inJasper County in the State of Missouri, viz: The West half of the South West quarter of Section thirteen (13) and the South East quarter of Section fourteen (14) and the North West quarter of the
South West quarter and the South half of the South West quarter of the North East quarter of Section twenty-three (23) in township twenty-nine(29) of Range thirty (30) and also the South West quarter of Section thirty-six (36) excepting the North half of the North West quarter of the South West quarter of said Section, and also fifteen (15) acres off of the North side of the North West quarter of the North
East quarter of Section two (2) in township twenty-eight (28) of Range thirty (30) to have and to hold the same with the appurtenaces to him said Benjamin K. Turk, his heirs and assigns forever. In Testamony whereof we have hereinto set our hands and seals this 9th day of September 1871.


(Signed) N.G. Turk, L.B. Turk, Amanda M. Allen, Norman Allen, Mary A. Traylor, Joseph A. Traylor, Juley A. Dowdy, M.C. Dowdy, Lusarah Harris, J.S. Harris, Martisha McKienzie, D.J. McKienzie, Ann B. (X) Turk, John C. Turk. [There follows the release of dower by Julia Dowdy, Lusarah Harris, Martisha McKinzie and Ann B. Turk.]


Jasper Co., MO Recorder of Deeds. Book B, page 475. Warranty Deed dated 25 Nov 1854. Noah G. Turk, Sr. buys "the East half of North East quarter of Section twenty-six (26) and the east half of the South East quarter of Section twenty-three (23), Township twenty nine (29) of Range thirty (30) containing one hundred and sixty acres more or less" from Andrew P. Woods and his wife, Elizabeth J. Woods. [This is the first of several purchases.]


Belk, Colleen, and Betty Bell. ABSTRACT OF ORIGINAL LAND ENTRIES, JASPER COUNTY, MISSOURI. Joplin, MO: Privately Printed. 1977. Pag e20. Pre 1841 in McDonald Twp, Sec. 1, Twp. 28, R. 30....Noah G. Turk Sr. 1-3-1855; 10-2-1854;....McDonald-Madison Twp., Sec 2, Twp. 28, R. 0....Noah G. Turk Sr. 1-3-1855;....Madison Twp., Sec. 3, Twp .28, R 30....Noah G. Turk Sr. 12-11-1855;...." Page 52. "Pag e78. Madison-McDonald Twp., Sec. 14, Twp. 29, R 30....Noah G. Turk Sr. 6-11-1855;....Madison-McDonald Twp., Sec. 23, Twp. 29, R 30....Noah G. Turk Sr. 1-3-1855;...." Page 53. "McDonald Twp., Sec. 24 ,Twp. 29, R 30....Noah G. Turk 12-5-1853;...." Page 55. "McDonald Twp., Sec. 36, Twp. 29, R. 30....Noah G. Turk 12-17-1853...."


LDS Film #1311635 - Probate Entry Book, Scott Co., IL. Page 267. 1st Day of November Term 1867, November 18th, 1867. "In the Matter of the Estate of Noah G. Turk, deceased - Day of Adjustment. This day came Ann B. Administratrix of the Estate of Noah G. Turk, deceased ,and filed in court proof of the due publication of the notice given ,appointing this day for the Settlement and adjustment of all claim sagainst said Estate of Noah G. Turk, deceased, whereupon the claim spresented were ordered allowed, and placed on the Judgement Docket. And it is further ordered that the Inventory and Appraisement Bill appertaining to said Estate be and the same are hereby approved an dordered to be recorded."
Page 332. "Friday, July 24, 1868 - Court met persuant to adjournment....In the matter of the Estate of Noah G. Turk, dec'd - This day came Ann B. Turk, by her agent R.A. Blair & made the following report to wit. --Administratrix To amt of appraisement Bill - $282.50; Contra Cr. - First Class - Widow's special Dower - $436.85; Second class - By amt. printer's fees - $2.50 & by Geo. W. Murtin clerk fees -$12.70 - $15.20; the Estate then stands thus to amt. of assetts -$282.50; by Amt. of First Classes claims - $436.85; by amt of Second class claims $15.20 - $452.05. Which report having been examined by the court is approved & ordered to be recorded and the administratrix is ordered to pay all the claims herein allowed not already paid & file vouchers in this court for the same and it appearing to th ecourt that there is a deficienc of the assetts of said Estate to pay the indebtedness of the summ of $169.55 this Estate is therefore declared insolvent."


Information from Florence M. Hutchison, Secretary, Morgan Area Genealogical Association, Jacksonville, IL. "Young Cemetery, Cass Co., IL ,Sec 23 R-13N R-13W, 2 mi NW Glasgow next to Sandridge....N.G. Turk -June 7, 1807 - Sept. 18, 1866."


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                                                   _Thomas TURK "the immigrant"________+
                                                  | (1718 - 1809) m 1745               
                       _Thomas TURK Jr.___________|
                      | (1755 - 1833) m 1776      |
                      |                           |_Margaret GROVE ____________________
                      |                             (1728 - 1765) m 1745               
 _Thomas TURK ________|
| (1782 - 1826) m 1802|
|                     |                            _William RHEA Jr.___________________+
|                     |                           | (1745 - 1824) m 1791               
|                     |_Ann RHEA _________________|
|                       (1755 - 1837) m 1776      |
|                                                 |_Elizabeth BROWNLEE ________________+
|                                                   (1753 - 1820) m 1791               
|
|--Noah (Manoah) Gleaves TURK Sr.
|  (1807 - 1866)
|                                                  _Mathew GLEAVES Sr. "the Immigrant"_
|                                                 | (1715 - 1760) m 1740               
|                      _William Benjamin GLEAVES _|
|                     | (1752 - 1820) m 1770      |
|                     |                           |_Esther MITCHELL? __________________
|                     |                             (1720 - 1809) m 1740               
|_Margaret GLEAVES ___|
  (1784 - 1855) m 1802|
                      |                            _Thomas TURK "the immigrant"________+
                      |                           | (1718 - 1809) m 1745               
                      |_Elizabeth TURK ___________|
                        (1752 - ....) m 1770      |
                                                  |_Margaret GROVE ____________________
                                                    (1728 - 1765) m 1745               

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Vincent VASS Jr.

ABT 1700 - ____

ID Number: I24540

  • RESIDENCE: of Stratton Major Parish, KandQ and Essex Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1700
  • RESOURCES: See: notes possible son [S125] [S591]
Father: Vincent VASS Sr.
Mother: Ann SHARP


Family 1 : Winifred GATEWOOD
Family 2 : Jane

Notes


Index to Marriages of Old Rappahannock and Essex Counties, Virginia: page 112 : 1761, GATEWOOD, WINIFRED Daughter of John, married Vincent Vass Book: O 23, Page: 401.
Index to Marriages of Old Rappahannock and Essex Counties, Virginia
page 112: 1761, : GATEWOOD, : WINIFRED: Daughter of John, married Vincent Vass Book: O 23, Page: 401.
Gene Pool Individual Records - Marriages
Gatewood, Winifred Spouse: Vass, Vincent Marriage Date: 1756 City: Essex Co County: State: VA


Vass-Gatewood, Essex Co. VA 1700s Posted by: Mike Marshall, Date: September 13, 2000
There is an Essex County, VA deed dated 17 Feb 1759 from VINCENT VASS and WINNAFRED VASS his wife, of Essex, conveying to HENRY VASS of Essex a tract of 240 acres in Essex. Witnesses were William Brooke Jr., John Brooke, and John Cheney.


This is the same 240 acre tract sold by JOHN VASS and wife Rachel [Pendleton] to VINCENT VASS in a lease and release dated 18/19 Mar 1750/51.


In this latter deed of lease/release, VINCENT VASS was described as of Stratton Major Parish, King and Queen County, VA, and is probably the same VINCENT VASS mentioned in processioning records of Stratton Major Parish dated 22 Jul 1751.


There is a published history of the Meador family of Essex which states that WINIFRED GATEWOOD, daughter of John Gatewood II, married VINCENT VASS by 1761. John Gatewood II was son of John Gatewod I who d. Jan 1707.


From: "Mike Marshall" (michaelm@inna.net) To: (EFSS-L@rootsweb.com)
Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2002
"Essex County records show that by 1750, another Vincent Vass was living in Stratton Major parish of King and Queen Co. where he referred to himself as a "planter" indicating he owned land there. This may well have been in the general vicinity of the Pigg-Hall tract. Could it be that some of the debt of Robert Abrahall's estate was taken out in the form of land in King and
Queen, and this ended up in the hands of one of the Vass family members via the Cauthorn connection?


Efforts to identify the connection between Col. Robert Abrahall and Thomas Abrahall, whose relict married Richard Cauthorn in London have been unsuccessful to date. A genealogist who lives in Herefordshire, England did some research for me. She had a copy of the 1659 Visitation of Hereford as well as a manuscript "Mansions and Manors of Herefordshire," by Robinson. She noted that there is mention of a Thomas Cauthorne, however neither text mentions a Nicholas Cauthorn. Moreover, she noted that there is a Thomas, son of John Abrahall of Eaton Tregoz (aged 50 in 1644) and Ann, daughter of Watkin Vaughan of Hargest. There is also an earlier Thomas who appears only in the Robinson pedigree. He was the son of Fulk Abrahall of Michaelchurch who married Joan Gilbert of Orcop, who died a widow in 1588."


The records of St. Andrew, Holborn, London mention the christening of Nycolas Abrill [variant of Abrahall] on 18 Nov 1593, and a Thomas Abrill on 4 Apr 1596. However, more research is needed to sort out the early line of Abrahall.


Decendants?
STYLE : Vass & ux vs Keeth
PLAINTIFF(s) : Vincent Vass; Elizabeth Vass
DEFENDANT(s) : Rosey Keeth
PLACES MENTIONED : Spotsylvania; Orange
REMARK(s) : Agreement between Elizabeth Manning and Rosey Keeth - 1783
Slave - Frank, property of Elizabeth Manning
CITATION : Vass & ux vs Keeth / 1789 / CR-DC-L / 673-1

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                                                _____________________
                                               |                     
                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) VASS _|
                      |                        |
                      |                        |_____________________
                      |                                              
 _Vincent VASS Sr.____|
| (1660 - 1727) m 1688|
|                     |                         _____________________
|                     |                        |                     
|                     |________________________|
|                                              |
|                                              |_____________________
|                                                                    
|
|--Vincent VASS Jr.
|  (1700 - ....)
|                                               _____________________
|                                              |                     
|                      _John SHARP ____________|
|                     | (1630 - 1668)          |
|                     |                        |_____________________
|                     |                                              
|_Ann SHARP __________|
  (1665 - ....) m 1688|
                      |                         _John PENNE _________
                      |                        | (1600 - 1677)       
                      |_Judith PENN? __________|
                        (1630 - ....)          |
                                               |_____________________
                                                                     

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