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John Baylor ARMISTEAD

ABT 1766 - ____

ID Number: I83969

  • RESIDENCE: of New Market, Caroline Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1766
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS
Father: John ARMISTEAD of "Hesse"
Mother: Lucinda "Lucy" BAYLOR


Family 1 : Anne CARTER

Notes


3 John Baylor Armistead + Anne Carter

                                                            _Henry ARMISTEAD of "Hessie"_+
                                                           | (1672 - 1740) m 1701        
                             _William ARMISTEAD of "Hesse"_|
                            | (1715 - 1775) m 1740         |
                            |                              |_Martha BURWELL _____________+
                            |                                (1685 - ....) m 1701        
 _John ARMISTEAD of "Hesse"_|
| (1740 - ....) m 1764      |
|                           |                               _James BOWLES Esq.___________
|                           |                              | (1680 - 1727)               
|                           |_Mary BOWLES _________________|
|                             (1725 - ....) m 1740         |
|                                                          |_Rebecca Tasker ADDISON _____+
|                                                            (1703 - 1742)               
|
|--John Baylor ARMISTEAD 
|  (1766 - ....)
|                                                           _John BAYLOR ________________
|                                                          | (1650 - 1721)               
|                            _John BAYLOR _________________|
|                           | (1705 - 1772) m 1743         |
|                           |                              |_Lucy TODD __________________+
|                           |                                (1683 - ....)               
|_Lucinda "Lucy" BAYLOR ____|
  (1745 - ....) m 1764      |
                            |                               _Jacobus WALKER _____________
                            |                              | (1695 - 1757) m 1723        
                            |_Mary or Frances WALKER ______|
                              (1724 - 1783) m 1743         |
                                                           |_Courtenay TUCKER ___________
                                                             (1699 - ....) m 1723        

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Thomas ASHTON Sr.

ABT 1620 - ABT 1690

ID Number: I60311

  • BIRTH: ABT 1620
  • DEATH: ABT 1690
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) ASHTON


Family 1 :
  1.  Thomas ASHTON Jr.
  2.  Charles ASHTON

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|--Thomas ASHTON Sr.
|  (1620 - 1690)
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Sarah CARTWRIGHT

ABT 1710 - ____

ID Number: I12332

  • RESIDENCE: St. Mary's Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1710
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1580] [S2149]

Family 1 : Samuel ASHCOM
  1.  Martha ASHCOMB

Notes


daughter of John CARTWRIGHT and Margaret BURROUGHS.

Sources

[S1580]

[S2149]


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George Strother GAINES

1 May 1784 - 21 Jan 1873

ID Number: I21615

  • OCCUPATION: Principal Factor For The Choctaw Indians At St. Stephens, AL
  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co. VA and 1794 To TN and 1804 To Washington Co.MS Terr. (Adams Co. MS)
  • BIRTH: 1 May 1784, Stokes County, North Carolina [S1940]
  • DEATH: 21 Jan 1873, State Line, Mississippi. or Mobile, AL [S1940]
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S721] [S761] [S979] [S3565]
Father: James Taylor GAINES
Mother: Elizabeth STROTHER


Family 1 : Elizabeth WAILES
  1.  Francis Strother GAINES
Family 2 : Ann Lawrence GAINES
  1.  Henry Lawrence GAINES

Notes


George S. Gaines; Written by Jay Guy Cisco, From Historic Sumner County, Tennessee 1909:
"George S. Gaines was a younger brother of General Edmund Pendleton Gaines of the United States army. He was born in Virginia. In 1794 he came to Tennessee and located to Alabama where he resided until 1804, when he went to Alabama, having been appointed assistant factor for the Choctaw Indians at St. Stephens, then the capital of the Territory of Alabama. In 1807 he was made principal factor. It was from letters from Mr. Gaines that General Jackson and Governor Willie Blount first received the information of the massacre at Fort Mims in the autumn of 1813.


When Aaron Burr was arrested and sent up to St. Stephens by Captain (afterwards General Gaines), Mr. Gaines was sick. Burr prescribed for him and was otherwise exceeding kind to the invalid, and the two became very much attached to each other. He continued to hold the position of Indian agent for many years, but later in life made his home in Mobile. He was a man of high intelligence, good education, sterling honesty, and was without fear. He was honored and respected by all who knew him. It was at Mr. Gaines' suggestion that the colony of distinguished French refugees, officers and soldiers under Napoleon selected the site at White Bluff for the location of their colony and the town of Demopolis."
1808 census, Washington Co. Alabama MS Territory.
Gaines, George S. - 2,0,0,0 & 2 slaves


Petition of the Inhabitants of the District of Washington, MS Territory: 11 FEB 1809
GAINES, Edmund P.
GAINES, George S.
GAINES, Young


1810 Washington County, Mississippi Territory Census
Gaines, David - 2,1,0,0 & 1 slave
Gaines, William - 1,1,1,0
Gaines, Young - 5,2,1,3 & 32 slaves
1816 List of Taxable Property of Washington County, MS
Territory (SG 3109)
GAINES, George Agt.
GAINES, George Agt.
GAINES, George S.
GAINES, Young
GAINES, Young


Personal Tax Roll-Washington County Mississippi Territory 1803-1905
Gaines, C.
Gaines, David Sr.
Gaines, George S.
Gaines, William


"George S. Gaines: "Indian agent, merchant, planter; born in Stokes County, N.C., in 1784; son of James and Elizabeth (Strother) g.; married Ann, 1812. Asst. factor govt. trading house, Stephens, Miss. Territory, 1805-19; Indian agent. on Spanish Boarder; largely responsible for success of American trade with Spain; Member of Alabama Senate, 1825-27; Died in Mississippi, January 21, 1873." Source: Who Was Who in America, Revised Ed., Historical Vol., Chicago, IL: Marquis Who's Who, 1967.


It would appear, by the annexed extract from the Texas Telegraph, that the people of that province are not particularly in favor of having more Indian neighbors: "Those tribes are the same which have been removed to the 'far west' by the government of the United States. We noticed, in a conspicuous paper, and which has always advocated the cause of Texas, that in speaking of the Seminole war, and its consequent disasters, it said it clearly pointed out the necessity of removing the Indians west of the Mississippi. If the Indians east of that river are sufficiently formidable to hold the citizens in dread, in a country, too abundantly furnished with every means of defence, the citizens of Texas and the western states of Mexico surely have reason to apprehend hostilities from al the Indian tribes which have, from time to time, been sent on to their borders, unless the government of the United States take precautionary measures for keeping them in check. This they are in duty bound by the treaty to do, as well as to protect its own citizen on the frontiers, and which, we consider, the only and primary object of the military movements under the direction of General Gaines on the eastern borders of this country." Arkansas Gazette, November 22, 1836
http://www.anpa.ualr.edu/FT_Indian_Removal/People&Places/george_s _gaines.htm


The Alabama Historical Quarterly Vol. 26, No. 2, Summer 1964
Contents: Gaines' Reminiscences, by George S. Gaines . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
http://www.lib.auburn.edu/special/docs/ahistqtr.html


Children:
2 Elizabeth Ervin Gaines b: 1813
2 George Washington Gaines b: 4 JUL 1815 + Eliza Caroline Earle
2 Helen Elizabeth Gaines b: 31 DEC 1819 + Darwin Bullock
2 James J Gaines b: 1821
2 Mary Amelia Gaines b: 1823
2 Francis Young Gaines b: 1825
2 Henry Lawrence Gaines b: 1827
2 Abner Strother Gaines b: 20 JAN 1832
2 Jonathan Emanuel Gaines b: 1835


                                                        _Richard GAINES I___________+
                                                       | (1686 - 1755) m 1704       
                        _William Henry GAINES _________|
                       | (1705 - 1796) m 1727          |
                       |                               |_Catherine Madison RAWLING _
                       |                                 (1680 - 1755) m 1704       
 _James Taylor GAINES _|
| (1742 - ....) m 1766 |
|                      |                                _Henry PENDLETON ___________+
|                      |                               | (1683 - 1721) m 1701       
|                      |_Isabella PENDLETON ___________|
|                        (1712 - 1781) m 1727          |
|                                                      |_Mary Bishop TAYLOR ________+
|                                                        (1688 - 1770) m 1701       
|
|--George Strother GAINES 
|  (1784 - 1873)
|                                                       _William STROTHER III_______+
|                                                      | (1665 - 1726) m 1695       
|                       _Francis Thornton STROTHER Sr._|
|                      | (1698 - 1752) m 1718          |
|                      |                               |_Margaret THORNTON _________+
|                      |                                 (1678 - 1727) m 1695       
|_Elizabeth STROTHER __|
  (1744 - 1825) m 1766 |
                       |                                _John DABNEY _______________+
                       |                               | (1670 - ....)              
                       |_Susannah DABNEY ______________|
                         (1698 - 1752) m 1718          |
                                                       |_Sarah JENNINGS ____________
                                                         (1670 - ....)              

Sources

[S1940]

[S1940]

[S721]

[S761]

[S979]

[S3565]


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John Gayden MORGAN C.S.A.

1818 - ____

ID Number: I58765

  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. Co. K 33rd MS Regt.
  • RESIDENCE: Liberty, Amite Co.MS
  • BIRTH: 1818, Liberty, Amite Co. Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S2162] [S2163] [S3430] [S3607]
Father: William MORGAN
Mother: Elizabeth GAYDEN


Family 1 : Sarah Augusta E. SITES
  1. +Cynthia Elizabeth MORGAN
Family 2 : Clorinda SLEEPER
  1.  Filmore MORGAN
  2.  Elmira Eugenia MORGAN
  3.  J. W. W. MORGAN
  4.  Lula M. MORGAN

Notes


"The 1850 census for Amite County, Mississippi shows John's mother, Elizabeth Gayden (now aged 65), living with him. His brother Hiram was also living with him along with apparently Hiram's wife, Agusta (from North Carolina) and their two children, Sylvia and Ralph. It is unconfirmed at this time but he may have died during the War Between the States with K Company of the 33rd Mississippi Regiment." Marriage 2 Clorinda SLEEPER Married: 19 NOV 1853 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi."


Woodward Family Genealogy
Author: Elizabeth Richardson Publication: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:70660 7&id=I0327
bessann@eatel.net



[S2163]


                                             _Solomon MORGAN Sr.__+
                                            | (1735 - 1803) m 1755
                       _Batson MORGAN ______|
                      | (1756 - 1828) m 1780|
                      |                     |_Mehitabel LUDLOW ___
                      |                       (1730 - 1772) m 1755
 _William MORGAN _____|
| (1784 - 1838) m 1805|
|                     |                      _Abel WADDELL _______+
|                     |                     | (1737 - 1798) m 1762
|                     |_Elizabeth WADDELL __|
|                       (1764 - 1825) m 1780|
|                                           |_Rachel STANDARD ____+
|                                             (1744 - 1826) m 1762
|
|--John Gayden MORGAN C.S.A.
|  (1818 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _George GAYDEN ______|
|                     | (1739 - 1819) m 1782|
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Elizabeth GAYDEN ___|
  (1785 - 1854) m 1805|
                      |                      _Lewis COLLINS ______+
                      |                     | (1725 - 1785)       
                      |_Lois COLLINS _______|
                        (1749 - ....) m 1782|
                                            |_Elizabeth DAVIS ____
                                              (1725 - 1796)       

Sources

[S2162]

[S2163]

[S3430]

[S3607]

[S2163]


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Col. George Smith PATTON C.S.A.

26 Jun 1833 - Sep 1864

ID Number: I75285

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA commander of the 22nd Virginia Infantry
  • RESIDENCE: Fredericksburg, VA
  • BIRTH: 26 Jun 1833, Fredericksburg, Virginia
  • DEATH: Sep 1864, KIA by Lincoln's soldiers in Battle of Winchester, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2857] [S2103] [S3443]
Father: John Mercer PATTON C.S.A.
Mother: Margaret French WILLIAMS


Family 1 : Susan Thornton GLASSELL
  1. +George Smith PATTON II

Notes


George Smith Patton Born June 26, 1833, Fredericksburg, VA; graduate, VMI Class of 1852, standing 2nd in a class of 24; after graduation studied law and practiced in Charleston, VA (1861 WVA); married Susan Thornton Glassell; during the Civil War, was commander of the 22nd Virginia Infantry Regiment; killed at the Battle of Winchester in September 1864. Grandfather of Gen. George S. Patton, Jr. (VMI Class of 1907). Letters.


Children:
4 John Mercer Patton b: ABT 1854
4 Andrew Glassell Patton b: ABT 1855 unmarried
4 George Smith Patton b: 1856 d: 1927 + Ruth Wilson b: 28 APR 1861 d: 6 OCT 1928
4 Ellen Thornton PATTON b. ABT 1858 sp-Thomas BROWN (-1895)
4 Susan Glassell PATTON b. ABT 1860


IV. George Smith Patton((6)), b. 1833. Married Susan Thornton Glassell (see above). He was a graduate of V. M. I., was Colonel of the 62nd (or 22nd) Va. Regiment, and was killed while in command of his Brigade at Winchester.





[S2103]


                                                             ___________________________________
                                                            |                                   
                             _Robert PATTON "the Immigrant"_|
                            | (1745 - 1828)                 |
                            |                               |___________________________________
                            |                                                                   
 _John Mercer PATTON C.S.A._|
| (1797 - 1858) m 1823      |
|                           |                                _Hugh MERCER "the Immigrant"_______
|                           |                               | (1720 - 1777)                     
|                           |_Anne Gordon MERCER ___________|
|                             (1750 - ....)                 |
|                                                           |_Ann GORDON _______________________
|                                                             (1730 - ....)                     
|
|--George Smith PATTON C.S.A.
|  (1833 - 1864)
|                                                            _John WILLIAMS ____________________+
|                                                           | (1750 - ....)                     
|                            _Isaac Hite WILLIAMS __________|
|                           | (1770 - ....)                 |
|                           |                               |_Eleanor HITE _____________________+
|                           |                                 (1750 - 1785)                     
|_Margaret French WILLIAMS _|
  (1804 - 1873) m 1823      |
                            |                                _Philip Pendleton SLAUGHTER _______+
                            |                               | (1758 - 1849) m 1780              
                            |_Lucy Coleman SLAUGHTER _______|
                              (1782 - ....)                 |
                                                            |_Margaret "Peggy" French STROTHER _+
                                                              (1758 - 1835) m 1780              

Sources

[S2857]

[S2103]

[S3443]

[S2103]


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Lily Mae SCOTT


This person is presumed living.

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