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King CATHAL of Thomond

____ - ____

ID Number: I86328

  • TITLE: King
  • RESIDENCE: Ireland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3194]

Family 1 :
  1. +TURLOGH Theodoras of Munster

Notes


i. Cathal, King of Thomond [S3194]

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David Napoleon CAUSEY Jr.

24 Jan 1872 - 24 Feb 1941

ID Number: I4959

  • RESIDENCE: Amite Co. MS and E. Feliciana Parish, Slaughter, LA
  • BIRTH: 24 Jan 1872, Amite Co. MS
  • DEATH: 24 Feb 1941
  • BURIAL: Redwood Cem. Slaughter, LA Hwy 412
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S1048] [S1691]
Father: David Nolan CAUSEY Sr.
Mother: Josephine Plunkett CORCORAN


Family 1 : Ida James CORCORAN
  1.  James D. "Jimmie" CAUSEY
  2.  Marvin Vardiman CAUSEY
  3.  Joseph Scott CAUSEY
  4.  Bertrand CAUSEY
  5. +John Albert CAUSEY

Notes


"David Noland Causey's son, David Napolean, married Ida James Corcoran, daughter of James Nash Corcoran and Rosamond McCants, who's parents, David Alexander McCants and Eliza Rennell Livingston McCants, owned a plantation called Sugar Hill Plantation near St. Francisville, LA. Yes, East Feliciana Parish. David Napolean (Uncle Buck we called him) sold his land that he got from his dad and moved to the plantation that Aunt Ida's family owned. Aunt Ida sold the plantation during World War II and the old house has since been torn down. I remember he used to ride in a one horse buggy from near St. Francisville to Liberty. He would get there late in the evening , spend the night, and go back the next day. One time the river bottom got up because of so much rain and he had to stay another day. That's the only time I rode in a buggy. Haven't times changed ?"


[S1691]


                                                                         _Thomas CAUSEY Sr.____________+
                                                                        | (1778 - 1853) m 1803         
                                _Jonas William CAUSEY __________________|
                               | (1814 - 1882) m 1837                   |
                               |                                        |_Martha "Patty" WEBB _________
                               |                                          (1784 - 1866) m 1803         
 _David Nolan CAUSEY Sr._______|
| (1841 - 1921) m 1868         |
|                              |                                         _Thomas SMITH "the Immigrant"_
|                              |                                        | (1790 - ....) m 1815         
|                              |_Susannah SMITH ________________________|
|                                (1816 - ....) m 1837                   |
|                                                                       |_Amelia "Millie" TOLER _______+
|                                                                         (1797 - ....) m 1815         
|
|--David Napoleon CAUSEY Jr.
|  (1872 - 1941)
|                                                                        ______________________________
|                                                                       |                              
|                               _Michael David CORCORAN "the Immigrant"_|
|                              | (1811 - 1877) m 1838                   |
|                              |                                        |______________________________
|                              |                                                                       
|_Josephine Plunkett CORCORAN _|
  (1850 - ....) m 1868         |
                               |                                         _William MORGAN ______________+
                               |                                        | (1784 - 1838) m 1805         
                               |_Dianah D. MORGAN ______________________|
                                 (1822 - ....) m 1838                   |
                                                                        |_Elizabeth GAYDEN ____________+
                                                                          (1785 - 1854) m 1805         

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[S1048]

[S1691]

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Susan CHRISTIAN

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I88698

  • RESIDENCE: of New Kent Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2127]
Father: Robert CHRISTIAN
Mother: Mary BROWNE


Notes


2 Susan CHRISTIAN b: BET. 1781 - 1810 d: BET. 1797 - 1892

                                             _William CHRISTIAN __+
                                            | (1713 - 1808)       
                       _William CHRISTIAN __|
                      | (1742 - ....) m 1759|
                      |                     |_Anne COLLIER _______
                      |                       (1711 - ....)       
 _Robert CHRISTIAN ___|
| (1760 - ....) m 1786|
|                     |                      _Thomas COLLIER _____+
|                     |                     | (1714 - 1750) m 1734
|                     |_Anne COLLIER _______|
|                       (1740 - 1772) m 1759|
|                                           |_Rebecca HUNT _______
|                                             (1709 - ....) m 1734
|
|--Susan CHRISTIAN 
|  (1800 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Mary BROWNE ________|
  (1765 - 1822) m 1786|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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John COWAN

1768 - ____

ID Number: I100231

  • RESIDENCE: Hampshire Co. VA and Jefferson Co. TN
  • BIRTH: 1768, Hampshire Co.Virginia (1863Hardy Co. WVA)
  • DEATH: Jefferson Co. Tennessee
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2259] [S3631]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) COWAN OR COWDEN


Family 1 : Leah LEWIS
  1. +Mary COWAN
  2.  Margaret COWAN
  3. +Rachel COWAN

                                        __
                                       |  
                                     __|
                                    |  |
                                    |  |__
                                    |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) COWAN OR COWDEN _|
|                                   |
|                                   |   __
|                                   |  |  
|                                   |__|
|                                      |
|                                      |__
|                                         
|
|--John COWAN 
|  (1768 - ....)
|                                       __
|                                      |  
|                                    __|
|                                   |  |
|                                   |  |__
|                                   |     
|___________________________________|
                                    |
                                    |   __
                                    |  |  
                                    |__|
                                       |
                                       |__
                                          

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John R. DUNN

20 May 1837 - 16 Aug 1837

ID Number: I90244

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 20 May 1837
  • DEATH: 16 Aug 1837
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2366]
Father: Johnathon P. DUNN
Mother: Martha Ellen ANDREWS


Notes


6 M: John R. DUNN Birth: 20 May 1837 Death: 16 Aug 1837

                                               _(RESEARCH QUERY) DUNN ____
                                              |                           
                         _Isham DUNN _________|
                        | (1769 - 1815) m 1794|
                        |                     |___________________________
                        |                                                 
 _Johnathon P. DUNN ____|
| (1809 - 1845) m 1830  |
|                       |                      _Johnathon BUNCHLEY _______
|                       |                     | (1760 - 1799)             
|                       |_Elizabeth BUNCHLEY _|
|                         (1783 - 1839) m 1794|
|                                             |___________________________
|                                                                         
|
|--John R. DUNN 
|  (1837 - 1837)
|                                              _(RESEARCH QUERY) ANDREWS _
|                                             |                           
|                        _Mathew ANDREWS _____|
|                       | (1772 - 1840)       |
|                       |                     |___________________________
|                       |                                                 
|_Martha Ellen ANDREWS _|
  (1809 - 1888) m 1830  |
                        |                      ___________________________
                        |                     |                           
                        |_____________________|
                                              |
                                              |___________________________
                                                                          

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Luther ETHINGTON

15 Oct 1888 - 5 Dec 1974

ID Number: I48520

  • RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co. IL & Shreveport, LA
  • BIRTH: 15 Oct 1888, Cumberland Co. IL
  • DEATH: 5 Dec 1974, Shreveport, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1699]
Father: Charles Franklin ETHINGTON
Mother: Ester "Lizzie" CLUFF


Family 1 : Mercedes Ruth STANDERFER
  1. +Lois Fern ETHINGTON

                                                         _John Lewis ETHINGTON _+
                                                        | (1806 - 1856) m 1829  
                               _Charles Neal ETHINGTON _|
                              | (1834 - 1912) m 1859    |
                              |                         |_Mary "Polly" NEAL ____
                              |                           (1797 - ....) m 1829  
 _Charles Franklin ETHINGTON _|
| (1862 - 1921) m 1887        |
|                             |                          _______________________
|                             |                         |                       
|                             |_Amanda WALKER __________|
|                               (1836 - 1868) m 1859    |
|                                                       |_______________________
|                                                                               
|
|--Luther ETHINGTON 
|  (1888 - 1974)
|                                                        _______________________
|                                                       |                       
|                              _________________________|
|                             |                         |
|                             |                         |_______________________
|                             |                                                 
|_Ester "Lizzie" CLUFF _______|
  (1860 - ....) m 1887        |
                              |                          _______________________
                              |                         |                       
                              |_________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |_______________________
                                                                                

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Richard HATTON II

ABT 1629 - Feb 1675

ID Number: I65040

  • RESIDENCE: ENG & St. Mary's Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1629, London, England
  • DEATH: Feb 1675, Popular Hill, St. Mary's,Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2455]
Father: Richard HATTON I
Mother: Margaret


Family 1 : Ann PRICE
  1.  Richard HATTON III

Notes


MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 1
Hatton, Richard, Poplar Hill, St. Mary's Co.,5th Feb., 1675; 14th Feb., 1675.
To Isaac Booth, son of Widow Booth, Richard Goodaker, and Richard Ringe, personalty.
To wife Ann, execx., 100 A. (unnamed) during life.
To son Richard, at 18 yrs. of age, and hrs., all real estate.
To wife and son afsd., personalty equally.
To cous., Eliza: Henson, sd. personalty in event of death of son afsd. during minority.
Overseers: Brothers Wm. Hatton and Randolph Hanson, and Jno. Cammell.
Test: Jno. Ditchfield, Thos. Renalds. 2. 403.


                                             __
                                            |  
                       _Robert HATTON ______|
                      | (1580 - 1650)       |
                      |                     |__
                      |                        
 _Richard HATTON I____|
| (1608 - 1649) m 1625|
|                     |                      __
|                     |                     |  
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |__
|                                              
|
|--Richard HATTON II
|  (1629 - 1675)
|                                            __
|                                           |  
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |__
|                     |                        
|_Margaret____________|
  (1610 - ....) m 1625|
                      |                      __
                      |                     |  
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |__
                                               

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Arma Jean HIGGINBOTHAM


!LIVING

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GEORGE LINDSAY

1482 - ____

ID Number: I57803

Father: DAVID de LINDSAY of Edzell & Beaufort
Mother: CATHERINE FOTHERINGHAM of Powrie



                                                                       _DAVID LINDSAY 3rd Earl of Crawford_+
                                                                      | (1405 - 1445) m 1422               
                                         _WALTER de LINDSAY of Edzell_|
                                        | (1425 - 1475)               |
                                        |                             |_MARJORY OGILVY ____________________+
                                        |                               (1400 - 1459) m 1422               
 _DAVID de LINDSAY of Edzell & Beaufort_|
| (1455 - 1527)                         |
|                                       |                              _WILLIAM LIVINGSTON ________________
|                                       |                             | (1400 - ....)                      
|                                       |_ISABELLA LIVINGSTON ________|
|                                         (1425 - ....)               |
|                                                                     |____________________________________
|                                                                                                          
|
|--GEORGE LINDSAY 
|  (1482 - ....)
|                                                                      ____________________________________
|                                                                     |                                    
|                                        _____________________________|
|                                       |                             |
|                                       |                             |____________________________________
|                                       |                                                                  
|_CATHERINE FOTHERINGHAM of Powrie______|
  (1455 - ....)                         |
                                        |                              ____________________________________
                                        |                             |                                    
                                        |_____________________________|
                                                                      |
                                                                      |____________________________________
                                                                                                           

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[S1802]

[S1900]


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Capt. John Malcolm PENDLETON C.S.A.

ABT 1840 - 8 Oct 1862

ID Number: I73724

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA Co. B Ninth Tennessee Infantry
  • RESIDENCE: of Murfreesboro, TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1840
  • DEATH: 8 Oct 1862, KIA Battle of Perryville, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S2797]
Father: James Madison PENDLETON D.D.
Mother: Catherine Stockton GARNETT


Notes


The Military Annals of Tennessee Confederate. First Series: Embracing a Review of Military Operations with Regimental Histories and Memorial Rolls.Regimental Histories and Memorial Rolls.Ninth Tennessee Infantry (from Ancestry.com)


"At Perryville, Ky., on the 8th of October, 1862, the regiment made its best fight during the war; it went into the first and thickest of the fight, proud of its organization, anxious to cross steel with the enemy, and, handled with zeal and keen perception, it executed every command with precision not surpassed by any troops. In the first charge it captured a section of artillery, by which lay the corpses of Maj.Gen. Jackson and Brig.Gen. Ferrell, of the Federal army.


In this sanguinary battle the regiment had fifty-two killed and seventy-six wounded. Many of the wounded fell into the hands of the enemy. The casualties amounted to nearly one-fourth the number in the regiment. Col. Buford was severely wounded; Maj. Kelso had his horse shot under him; three company commanders were killed--Capts. McDonald and Fitzpatrick, and Lieut. Tom Lawler, commanding Co. G. The following were severely wounded: Capt. Kerr, Co. A; Capt. Hubbard, Co. B; Capt. Simonton and Lieut. Hall, of Co. C; Capt. Irby and Lieut. Matthews, of Co. D; Lieut. Boyd, of Co. E; Capt. Hall of Co. F; Capt. Rogers, of Co. I. The latter was shot in the arm, but having his wound dressed, he mounted a horse and did duty as a regimental officer to the close of the battle.


Of the many sad events of this battle, this one is given: John M. Pendleton, possessing a brilliant mind and thorough education, a son of Dr. Jas. M. Pendleton, Professor in Union University, joined Co. B at the opening of hostilities. Soon thereafter he was given a commission in the commissariat without seeking it. On reading Gen. Butler's famous order to his troops in New Orleans, Capt. Pendleton resigned his commission and went back to his company, saying, "I will not stay in a bombproof department as long as this insult is flaunted in the face of the women of our Southland." Poor fellow! While the regiment was supporting Carnes's battery just before the infantry became engaged, a shell from the enemy exploded just over Pendleton's head, and a piece of it crushed through his brain before he had an opportunity to fire his gun."


Ninth Tennessee Infantry: "Company B was enlisted in May, 1861, at Brownsville, Tenn. A large majority of the men were natives of Haywood county. With but few exceptions they were young men of good families and liberally educated. The roster and casualties, so far as can be had, are as follows:


R. S. Russell, Captain; R. S. Thomas, First Lieutenant and Adjutant, October, 1861--killed at Shiloh, 1862; V. B. Sevier, Second Lieutenant; I. M. Johnson, Third Lieutenant, discharged November, 1862; Jesse Ferrell, Orderly Sergeant, and Lieutenant 1863--killed at Atlanta, July 22, 1864.


The following were killed at Shiloh: Phil. Brown, Allen Bland, William B. Grove, James Welles, William Whitaker.


Perryville: C. H. Anderson, James Peele, Capt. J. M. Pendleton, Commissary; Geo. Richardson, A. V. Simonton. Resaca, Ga.: Jas. W. Clark. Atlanta (July 22, 1864): Gabe Robertson, Lieutenant 1863; Jerre Ferrell, Lieutenant 1862. The following were wounded in service: George Beard, James W. Hubbard, Captain May 8, 1862, wounded at Perryville; J. B. Hurt. The following died in service: A. M. Freeman, Phil. Koonce, James Oliver, N. Richardson, John Stanley, Jesse Stanley, James Stanley, William Stanley, Calvin Stewart, John Smith.


The survivors were: James Barcroft, William Barcroft, Rd. Brown, William Boling, David Boling, John Baldridge, Frank Baldridge, Hart Cook, Henry Cook, John Crane, David Creamer, James Cox, Jesse Cox, Marsh Chapman, James Currie, Joe Castello, Joe Dean, James Dean, George Dean, Ben Edney, Joe Felsenthal, Moses Felsenthal, John Felts, John Green, W. T. Green, Nathan Gimble, Lee Greenewald, Dan Guthrie, Louis Haller, W. R. Hall, David Harris, John Harris, King Hooper, John Hooper, Joe Hurt, J. W. Johnson, Lieutenant 1862; P. Kersey, Dr. James Klyce, Lieutenant 1862; Wm. Klyce, Turner Lunsford, John Lovelace, Lieutenant 1862; J. O. Morrison, S. A. W. Moore, Rd. Marbry, Lem. Markam, J. S. Russell, Lieutenant 1861; A. J. Reddick, Jas. Reddick, Frank Reddick, W. Richardson, Frank Revelin, Alfred Rogers, John Reno, J. S. Spence, Ordnance Sergeant of the regiment; William Sandlin, Aaron Sanders, J. B. Sevier, Thomas Stanley, Henry Shirley, F. M. Sangster, M. Sangster, James Shearon, Francis Shearon, Dr. A. B. Tapscott, Joseph Thomas, Frank Thomas, W. Tucker, Clint Trotman, James Taliaferro, Bryant Stallings, Calvin Vaughn, John Wells, Mack Williams, Lindsey White. The writer is satisfied that all the casualties of Co. B are not reported. He did all in his power to make the work complete."





                                                            _Henry PENDLETON Jr.___________+
                                                           | (1748 - 1801) m 1773          
                                _John PENDLETON ___________|
                               | (1780 - 1838) m 1806      |
                               |                           |_Anne KNIGHT __________________
                               |                             (1753 - ....) m 1773          
 _James Madison PENDLETON D.D._|
| (1811 - 1891) m 1838         |
|                              |                            _William THOMPSON Esq._________+
|                              |                           | (1749 - 1797) m 1771          
|                              |_Frances Jackson THOMPSON _|
|                                (1784 - 1863) m 1806      |
|                                                          |_Frances Jackson MILLS ________+
|                                                            (1749 - 1802) m 1771          
|
|--John Malcolm PENDLETON C.S.A.
|  (1840 - 1862)
|                                                           _John GARNETT _________________+
|                                                          | (1751 - 1834) m 1771          
|                               _Richard GARNETT __________|
|                              | (1775 - 1872) m 1800      |
|                              |                           |_Elizabeth Ann "Betsy" ROGERS _
|                              |                             (1755 - ....) m 1771          
|_Catherine Stockton GARNETT __|
  (1814 - 1898) m 1838         |
                               |                            _Robert STOCKTON ______________
                               |                           | (1743 - 1815)                 
                               |_Theodosia STOCKTON _______|
                                 (1780 - 1840) m 1800      |
                                                           |_Catherine BLAKEY _____________
                                                             (1753 - 1825)                 

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JOHN POYNTZ of Alderley

ABT 1485 - 29 Nov 1544

ID Number: I38349

Father: ROBERT POYNTZ Knt.
Mother: MARGARET WYDEVILLE


Family 1 : MARGARET SAUNDERS
  1. +WILLIAM POYNTZ of Reigate

Notes


"Maclean's Iron Acton pedigree which points to Table VI. This is the pedigree of Skinner of Reigate. According to Maclean: John Poyntz married Elizabeth Browne in 1527 and she bore hime three children Henry (an imbecile), Matthew (his heir), and Frideswide. He then married Margaret Saunders circa 1533/4 and she had four children Robert, William of Woodhatch, Reigate, Elizabeth m. George Elyot of London, and Alice m. John Skynner of Reigate. His will proved in 1544 states that Henry, age 16, was his eldest child P.C.C. (19 Pynning). Some time after his death Margaret married James Skynner of Reigate who died s.p. in 1558 P.C.C. (10 Wells).


"His will of 1 June 1544, with a codicil added 7 June 1544, was proved 11 Dec 1544. Shortly after adding the codicil to his will, he left with the army for the invasion of France and may have perished in that expedition.
Sewer to Queen Catherine of Aragon, 1520;
Burgess to the House of Commons for the Borough of Devizes, Wiltshire, 1529; Justice of the Peace for Gloucestershire, 1529-1544.""





[S1407]


                                              _NICHOLAS POYNTZ ___________________________+
                                             | (1379 - 1449)                              
                       _JOHN POYNTZ _________|
                      | (1431 - 1468) m 1453 |
                      |                      |_ELIZABETH MILL ____________________________
                      |                        (1411 - 1431)                              
 _ROBERT POYNTZ Knt.__|
| (1450 - 1520)       |
|                     |                       _JOHN COX __________________________________
|                     |                      | (1408 - ....)                              
|                     |_ALICE COX ___________|
|                       (1434 - 1507) m 1453 |
|                                            |____________________________________________
|                                                                                         
|
|--JOHN POYNTZ of Alderley
|  (1485 - 1544)
|                                             _RICHARD WYDEVILLE 1st Earl of Rivers, K.G._+
|                                            | (1405 - 1469) m 1435                       
|                      _ANTHONY WYDEVILLE ___|
|                     | (1440 - 1483)        |
|                     |                      |_JACQUETTA de LUXEMBURG DE ST. POL _________+
|                     |                        (1416 - 1472) m 1435                       
|_MARGARET WYDEVILLE _|
  (1460 - 1520)       |
                      |                       _WILLIAM STRADLING II_______________________+
                      |                      |                                            
                      |_GWENTLIAN STRADLING _|
                        (1440 - ....)        |
                                             |____________________________________________
                                                                                          

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[S1407]

[S2770]

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Henry SPRATT

ABT 1620 - AFT 1678

ID Number: I50949

  • RESIDENCE: Lower Norfolk Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1620
  • DEATH: AFT 1678
  • RESOURCES: See: ID 50948 Notes [S1816]

Family 1 : Isabella DUDLEY?
  1. +Mary SPRATT

Notes


"23 Oct 1673 (p. 472). HEN: SPRATT. 1800 acres in Lower Norfolk County it being a neck of land in Curratuck Betw: [between] Naners Creeke on the South, a Little Creeke on the North running Wly into the Woods including all the marshes betw: the said Creekes. The said land being due for trans: of 36 psons: Himselfe 6 times, Tho: Rogers, Bridger Millcahy?, Richd: Pledg, Tho: Nash, Cate Greare (Kate Gary?), Jack, Little Jack, Indian Hanna, Moreia & a child, Negroes, Jno: Chamberlin his wife, Eliz: Carver, Rose Carver, fine Nan, Richd: Paine, Richd: Taylor, Edmund Shoulder, Eliz: Garland, Mary Parr, Wm: Smith, Tho: Whittby, W: Jonson, Nich: Nicholson, Hen: Spicer, Herman Maire, Core? Johns, Paule Ramers, Peter Linhall.


(Note. This is a good example showing that the patents were not always dated when the headrights were newly arrived in the Colony. Thos: Nash and Richard Taylor were on former patents together, one in 1665 (Nugent 565) and Thos: Nash was decd in Feb 1672/3 or before, as his Inventory and apprenticeship of his son Thomas is in the Lower Norfolk County Records in Book E, both in Feb 1672/3. Your editor has seen other patents which seem to be dated some years after the head rights arrived. AGW)."


Att a Court held the 15th of January 1678/9. Norfolk. Capt Wm Robinson, Mr Adam Keeling, Mr Henry Spratt, Justices.
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[S1816]

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WILLIS

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I42265

  • RESIDENCE: GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • RESOURCES: See: [S637]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) WILLIS of Virginia & NC


Family 1 : Mary ASHLEY

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John WOOLDRIDGE "the Immigrant"

1678 - 1757

ID Number: I25745

  • OCCUPATION: Blacksmith; Large Land Holder
  • RESIDENCE: England or Scotland and Henrico (later Chesterfield) Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1678, Sussex, England or Lothian region of Scotland
  • DEATH: 1757, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180] [S1451]

Family 1 : Martha OSBORNE?
  1.  John WOOLDRIDGE
  2. +Thomas WOOLDRIDGE
  3. +William WOOLDRIDGE
  4. +Edward WOOLDRIDGE
  5. +Mary (Marie) WOOLDRIDGE
  6. +Robert WOOLDRIDGE

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His will in 1757 named five sons and his daughter, Mary, the wife of Jacob Trabue. The will was contested but finally accepted and ordered recorded by the court, but never was - the original remained in the loose papers and is now in the Assessions file of the Virginia State Archives.


Mary A Largen m_largen@juno.com and Laura keyesperry@aol.com are researching this John. per their msgs: John Wooldridge immigrant Blacksmith (see my webpage: Brot Und Rosen Homepage )..John Wooldridge immigranted as an indentured servant to the Kennon family of Chesterfield County, VA, and eventually he established the plantation of Midlothian near Manikin Town. Richmond, the 3rd state capitol, was also soon laid out near Midlothian.


Laurence B. Gardiner and William C. Wooldridge carefully researched JOHN WOOLDRIDGE, BLACKSMITH (1980, 1989). The John Wooldridge of the title came to this county as a bound craftsman. In March 1699 he petitioned the Henrico court for the wages due him "according to Indenture" from Mrs. Richard [Eliza Worsham] Kennon. He practiced the trade of blacksmithing for many years, gradually accumulating land and wealth before he died in 1757. He became a landed planter, growing tobacco, but also purchased land in Chesterfield county on which coal had been found, since it was a kind of coal well adapted to use in a blacksmith's forge. His will mentions 6 children (4 of whom married Huguenots, including Flournoys).


"John Wooldridge came to America from either the Lothian region of Scotland orEngland. He arrived in the 1690's as an indentured servant to Richard Kennon, who was improving Brick House (still standing and being restored as a museum) at Conjurer's Neck on Swift Creek off the Appomatox River in Virginia. He worked as a blacksmith after his emancipation. In 1712, John Wooldridge bought his first land, 100 acres on the south side of the James River. In 1736 John bought 650 acres on the Buckingham Road from Henry Cary. About 1745 the Wooldridges built the first section of the family home, Midlothian. Midlothian eventually became a successful tobacco plantation and future generations developed the coal interests, cresting further wealth."



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