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(RESEARCH QUERY) WHITELY WHITELEY

____ - ____

ID Number: I10712

  • RESIDENCE: VA and AL and KY
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S18]

Family 1 :
  1. +Arthur I of Maryland WHITELY "the Immigrant"
  2. +Robert WHITELY of Fairfax Co. VA
  3.  Jacob WHITELY of Fairfax Co. VA
  4. +Joseph WHITELEY "the Immigrant"
  5.  Josh WHITELY of Washington Co. VA
  6.  William WHITELY
  7.  John WHITELY of Middlesex, VA
  8.  William WHITELY of Maryland
  9.  Arthur WHEATLEY
  10.  Isaac WHITELY of Alabama
  11.  Francis WHITELY of Isle of Wight VA
  12.  Samuel WHITELEY
  13. +John B. WHITELY
  14. +William WHITELY of Kentucky
  15.  Robert WHITELY C.S.A.
  16.  Chapman Alexander WHITELY
  17.  Henry H. WHITELY of Alabama
  18. +William H. WHITELY of Alabama
  19.  Raymond WHITELY
  20. +(RESEARCH QUERY) WHITELY WHITELEY of Bedford Co. VA
  21.  William WHITELY WHITELEY

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Some loose Whitelys Grouped here for Research purposes - relationship of kids on this card to each other is not determined yet, but each ones descendants are. please write jbass@digital.net.
"Whitely family History book in History room of Rowan Public Library Salisbury NC.
The family name originates in White Haven, ENG abt 1300. The name is derived from White Meadow (ley). There are many descendants in England who carry the name. There was a Coat of Arms awarded to two individual Whiteley's and their decendants. In the 17th century Whiteley's captained tobacco ships between Virginia and London.


The Dictionary of Surnames by P Hanks and F Hodges (Oxford University Press 1988) says that Whiteley is an English habitation name from any of various places mostly now spelled Whitley, with a derivation from the old English words hwit (white) leah (clearing).


No evidence to support kinship of the various Whiteley's in the notes below, i am posting them to help others and if you can provide a clue to Wm of Fairfax, Loudoun, Bedford, VA & KY or Madison/Jackson Cos. AL will be most appreciated. josie


Robert Whiteley of Washington Co. VA at this time: Robert Whiteley, Rev War soldier in the VA Line from Washington Co. VA who m. Jane Gilleland in 1790 Were there two of them Roberts in Washington Co. in 1790? He died in 1838 in Smythe Co. VA and his wife Jane applied for his pension in 1853 from Smythe Co., VA. Surety on their marriage in 1790 in Washington co., VA was John Gilleland.
From: http://www.rootsweb.com/~deschart/z0000541.html#cml2
* William Lee d. Jun 5 1810 Castlewood VA m. Ms Kilgore d. 1789 Washington or Russell Co VA
* Abner Lee
* Elizabeth Lee b. 1764 m. James Hobbs Jul 13 1818 Russell Co VA
* William Hobbs
* Frances Franky Lee b. abt 1775 m. William Whitely d. abt 1790
* Polly Whitely b. 1802 m. James Rough Stacy
* Sally Whitely b. 1803 m. Mr Hurst
2nd husband of Frances Franky Lee: m. William Owens


Civil War Records list Lt. Robert Whiteley from GA in SA, TX 1961; and a Major Richard Whiteley, CSA-GA. Pvt. James H. Whitely, Co. C, 11th Regt., Missouri Vol. Cav., US Brig.Gen. John K. Jackson, of Georgia, commanded a brigade of Cheatham's division, including besides two Mississippi regiments the second battalion of the First Confederate, Maj. James Clark Gordon; Fifth regiment, Col. Charles P. Daniel, and the Second battalion sharpshooters, Maj. Richard H. Whitely.
Census Index: U.S. Selected States/Counties, 1860:
Whitely, R. H. State : GA County : Decatur Co. Location : Bainbridge Year : 1860
Page # : 123.
Whitely, F. State : VA County : Greene Co. Location : Swift Run P.O.
Year : 1860 Page # : 555
Whitely, Frances P. State : TN County : Giles Co. Location : Northern Subdivision
Year : 1860 Page # : 99
Whitely, Francis State : KY County : Breathitt Co. Location : Jackson P.O. Year : 1860 Page # : 343


No connection to this Samuel or Isaac Whitely established with our Francis at this time. Our Whitely's came from Bedford Co. VA abt 1836 to Madison/Jackson AL. (our Francis, named a son Samuel B.)
1830 US Census Jackson Co. AL: Samuel Whitely with 2m -5; 2m 5-10 (right age for Frank and Albert); 1m 20-30; 1m 30-40 (Samuel); 1f 5-10; 1f 10-15; 1f 30-40 (wife?); 1f 60-70 (mother-in-law?). Samuel sold his property in 1831 and according to Doris Estes move to AR in 1832. His wife Lucy Maynard was half Cherokee.


Samuel Whitely2 Land Grants in 1820 in Jackson Co. AL. he paid cash -
Land records: 1839 Samuel Whiteley SW sec 13 Twp 17 R26;
1840 Isaac Whiteley NW SW SEC 28 TWP17 R 26
Dorris E. Estes, 252 Private Road 363, Fairfield, TX 75840
Got a nice letter yesterday (6-3-95) from Doris Estes author of the Whiteley book. Her book has 16,000 Whiteley's and only one man that lived in AL! Samuel Whiteley, her ggg-grandfather, married in White Co. TN about 1817 to Lucy Maynard, a 1/2 Cherokee. extrapolated: They moved from McMinn. TN to Jackson Co., AL where they homesteaded to be near Lucy's parents and the Cherokee Reservation. They sold their homestead in 1831 and arrived in Washington Co. AR in 1832. He had joined his two brothers, Isaac and Charles Booth Whiteley, both Primitive Baptist Preachers. The Bible of Samuel listed the names, dates of birth and marriages and some deaths of his children and there is not a Sue listed. Samuel died in Newton Co. AR in 1864. Doris does not think Samuel is related to our Whiteley's. She did not list for me the names of the children in the Bible so don't know if our Frank is in there. She is very insistent that about the spelling of Whiteley (two e's).


"The Twenty-seventh Arkansas Confederate Infantry"
WHITELEY, L. W.
WHITELY, A. P.
WHITELY, G. W.
WHITELY, J. N.


"The Twenty-seventh Arkansas Confederate Infantry" from Arkansas Research, PO Box 303, Conway, AR 72033, for $16.00 plus $3.00 shipping. The book lists company, rank in and out, enlistment date and place, and remarks about the soldiers' activities.


CSA VETS VA
WHITLEY, C. W.: 44th Battn. VA Inf.
WHITLEY, CHARLES: 36th VA Inf.
WHITLEY, DANIEL A. M.: 45th Bn. VA Inf.
WHITLEY, ELIJA L.: 23rd Bn. VA Inf.
WHITLEY, ELISHA: 19th Battn. VA H.A.
WHITLEY, GEORGE T.: 19th Battn. VA H.A.
WHITLEY, GEORGE W.: 13th VA Cav.
WHITLEY, HENRY J.: 16th VA Inf.
WHITLEY, HUGH J.: 16th VA Cav.
WHITLEY, JAMES B.: 3rd VA Inf.
WHITLEY, JAMES S.: 23rd Bn. VA Inf.
WHITLEY, JAMES WESLEY: 41st VA Inf.
WHITLEY, JAMES: 41st VA Inf.
WHITLEY, JOEL W.: 3rd VA Inf.
WHITLEY, JOEL W.: Surry Light Art.
WHITLEY, JOHN H.: 16th VA Cav.
WHITLEY, JOHN: 3rd VA Inf.
WHITLEY, JOHN: 41st VA Inf.
WHITLEY, JOHN: Barr's Battery
WHITLEY, LEONARD H.: 19th Battn. VA H.A.
WHITLEY, LEVI W.: 41st VA Inf.
WHITLEY, REES W.: 4th VA Inf.
WHITLEY, THOMAS: 2nd VSL
WHITLEY, WESLEY: 41st VA Inf.
WHITLEY, WILLIAM J.: 22nd VA Cav.
WHITLEY, WILLIAM J.: 63rd VA Inf.
WHITLEY, WILLIAM J.: VSL
WHITLEY, WILLIAM: 23rd Bn. VA Inf.
WHITLEY, WILLIAM: 9th VA Inf.


VA Lib on line electronic cards Sea Captains - Wheatley, Whitly, and Whitely.
Public Record Office Port Books, Port of London -extreme dates 29 Dec 1676 - 28 Dec 1677. - 1 yr Parchment book, each entry gives the name of the merchant and that of the ship's master with the place where the goods were loaded.
All imports from VA, except where noted - tobacco shipments. Entries are certified and signed 24 Dec 1679 by W. Mountain, Surveyor of the Customs. Ref: Lists of Exehequer; Queen's Remembrancer, Fort Books, 1565-1700; Part 1 p. 25.
25 Jun 1677 - Capt. Wheatley has 62,500 lbs loaded
26 Jun 1677 - Oswald Whitly had 14,500 loaded
27 Jun 1677 - Capt. Wheatly loaded 2800 from Maryland, and also 6,600 from VA.
and on 27 Jun 1677 Capt. Whitely loaded 2,000 from VA - thus it would appear that
these are two different Capts.
28 Jun - Capt. Wheatly 1,000 Lbs
28 Jun Capt. Whitely 6,600 lbs
30 Jun Capt. Wheatley 1,500 and 7,350 lbs and Oswald Wheatley 6,430 lbs
All by different Merchants.


Spelling varied between Whiteley, Whitely etc. All place names below are in the county of Devonshire in England. JOHN DREW and ANN WHITELY link into my family tree.
You might be interested to visit my family history home page
http://www.compulink.co.uk/~bspau/
Regards, Bernard Spaughton


The first trace of Whitleys, Wheatleys, Wheatleighs, is in1356, when Sir John Wheatley live at Castle-Bromwich, Leicestershire, England. John Wheatley, Capt., and Thomas Wheatley, Lt., came to the front after the campaigns of Edward Seymour, duke of Somerset, in Scotland and France, 1544-1545. They obtained estates in 1547 at Fromme and near Wells, not far from the Mendip Hills in Somersetshire. John Wheatleigh, wife Marey, wills March 24, 1594 , April 20,1595. named were children Nathaniel (wife Dorothy),Jane Hossington, Annie Barker, Olive Wheatleigh, Frank, Richard Whately, Samuel Wheatleigh, Martha, and Henry, Thomas (son of his brother), Grandsons Nathaniel and John Barker, sone-in-law Roger Wingate.


Whitely or Whitley? from mater1964@aol.com "Whitely family History book in History room of Rowan Public Library Salisbury NC. by Gregg Hartsell


Walter Charles Whitley compiled his geneology and is available at my local library (Rowan Public, Salisbury NC). Here is what he has to say:
The first trace of Whitleys, Wheatleys, Wheatleighs, is in1356, when Sir John Wheatley live at Castle-Bromwich, Leicestershire, England. John Wheatley, Capt., and Thomas Wheatley, Lt., came to the front after the campaigns of Edward Seymour, duke of Somerset, in Scotland and France, 1544-1545. They obtained estates in 1547 at Fromme and near Wells, not far from the Mendip Hills in Somersetshire. John Wheatleigh, wife Marey, wills March 24, 1594 , April 20,1595. named were children Nathaniel (wife Dorothy),Jane Hossington, Annie Barker, Olive Wheatleigh, Frank, Richard Whately, Samuel Wheatleigh, Martha, and Henry, Thomas (son of his brother), Grandsons Nathaniel and John Barker, sone-in-law Roger Wingate.


I have done a lot of research on the Whitley's in US.Though e-mails and internet
I have found my line starting with George Whitley in 1576 in Frodsham, Cheshire, England. My line John Wheatley was born in England 1628. and came to US in about 1655 They then changed their name to Whitley. I have no proof of this, but like to find proof. If you hear of any thing, I would love to know. Please e-mail me
My Whitley line is on our web site
www.whitleyancestry.com


I know you posted this entry ages ago, but thought I would let you know what I do. Whitley is a pretty common name in Yorkshire and Lancashire, moreso Yorkshire, England especially around the Halifax and Leeds areas. The further south in England you head, the fewer Whitley's you come across, for instance in Wales, where I currently live, it is practically unheard of and I am the only one in the phone book with this name. My family are all originally from Halifax. My family were from working class mill workers who all had large families, few members have moved far from the area. Whiteley is also a common name in the Yorkshire area. Hope this is of some use."



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HENRI II Capet de BOURGOGNE Count of Portugal

1061 - 1 Nov 1112

ID Number: I79920

  • RESIDENCE: Portugal
  • BIRTH: 1061 [403266]
  • DEATH: 1 Nov 1112
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1994]
Father: HENRY I Capet de BOURGOGNE Duke of Burgundy
Mother: SIBYLLE BORRELL of Barcelona


Family 1 : TERESA ALFANSO de CASTILE of Portugal

Notes


2 Henri II Capet , Count of Portugal b: 1061 + Teresa Alfanso De Castile , Queen of Portugal b: 1068 d: 1 NOV 1130

[403266]
or b. 1069


                                                                                                             _ROBERT II "The Pious" de FRANCE of France___+
                                                                                                            | (0972 - 1031) m 1003                        
                                               _ROBERT I "The Old" of Orleans de BOURGOGNE of France________|
                                              | (1011 - 1076) m 1033                                        |
                                              |                                                             |_CONSTANCE de PROVENCE of Arles______________+
                                              |                                                               (0986 - 1032) m 1003                        
 _HENRY I Capet de BOURGOGNE Duke of Burgundy_|
| (1034 - 1065)                               |
|                                             |                                                              _DALMAS I de SEMUR Duke of Burgundy__________+
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|                                             |_HELIE Ermengarde de SEMUR of Burgundy_______________________|
|                                               (1016 - 1055) m 1033                                        |
|                                                                                                           |_AREMBURGE de VERGY _________________________+
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|--HENRI II Capet de BOURGOGNE Count of Portugal
|  (1061 - 1112)
|                                                                                                            _RAIMUND Borrel I BORRELL Count of Barcelona_+
|                                                                                                           | (0972 - 1018) m 0992                        
|                                              _RAYMOND I "The Crooked" Berengar BORRELL Count of Barcelona_|
|                                             | (1005 - 1035)                                               |
|                                             |                                                             |_ERMENSINDE de CARCASSONNE __________________+
|                                             |                                                               (0975 - 1058) m 0992                        
|_SIBYLLE BORRELL of Barcelona________________|
  (1035 - 1074)                               |
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                                              |                                                             |                                             
                                              |_GUISLE d' AMPURIAS _________________________________________|
                                                (1015 - 1079)                                               |
                                                                                                            |_____________________________________________
                                                                                                                                                          

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Robert BRYANT

1665 - ____

ID Number: I69749

  • BIRTH: 1665
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes ID 53571

Family 1 :
  1. +John BRYANT Gent.

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Henley CHAPMAN

28 Mar 1779 - 28 Apr 1864

ID Number: I64382

  • OCCUPATION: commonwealth's attorney of Giles county, Virginia 1806-1850
  • RESIDENCE: Montgomery and Giles Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 28 Mar 1779, Montgomery Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 28 Apr 1864, Giles Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2103] [S3592] [S3642]
Father: John CHAPMAN
Mother: Sallie ABBOT


Family 1 : Mary ALEXANDER
  1. +Elvina CHAPMAN
  2.  Manilius CHAPMAN
  3.  Augustus A. CHAPMAN

Notes


member of the Virginia state senate, and Virginia constitutional convention of 1829-30. He was a son of John Chapman and Sallie Abbott, his wife, who migrated from Culpeper county, Virginia, and settled at the mouth of Walker's creek, in Montgomery county, now Giles county, in 1771.

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|--Henley CHAPMAN 
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|_Sallie ABBOT _______|
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Samuel GOODWIN of SC

BEF 1823 - ____

ID Number: I62012

  • RESIDENCE: Georgetown, SC
  • BIRTH: BEF 1823
  • RESOURCES: See: notes
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) GOODWIN


Notes


ROLL # 7 Consolidated Index C. 1695 - C 1925 Fr. Fitzsimmons, Christopher To Granville Co., SC. Goodwin , Samuel, Quin, Thomas F. VS Robert McCants, admr. of Samuel Goodwin, Judgement. Roll 1823 / 07 / 30.



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|--Samuel GOODWIN of SC
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Florence Ethel LINDSAY

ABT 1852 - AFT 1889

ID Number: I23316

  • RESIDENCE: Macon, GA
  • DEATH: AFT 1889
  • BIRTH: ABT 1852
  • RESOURCES: See: [S787]
Father: Hierome Melancthaon "Hiram" LINDSAY
Mother: Mary A. FLINT


Family 1 : BRENNER
  1.  Henry T. BRENNER

Notes


In 1889, she was afflicted by insanity at intervals, and was an inmate of the State Insane Asylum of Georgia.

                                                              _Opie LINDSAY _______+
                                                             | (1745 - 1814) m 1773
                                        _William LINDSAY ____|
                                       | (1780 - 1844) m 1806|
                                       |                     |_Margaret LAMPKIN ___
                                       |                       (1750 - 1785) m 1773
 _Hierome Melancthaon "Hiram" LINDSAY _|
| (1817 - 1890) m 1846                 |
|                                      |                      _William LINDSAY ____+
|                                      |                     | (1743 - 1792) m 1766
|                                      |_Maria LINDSAY ______|
|                                        (1787 - 1849) m 1806|
|                                                            |_Anne CALVERT _______+
|                                                              (1751 - 1822) m 1766
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|--Florence Ethel LINDSAY 
|  (1852 - 1889)
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|_Mary A. FLINT _______________________|
  (1820 - ....) m 1846                 |
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