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King INE (Ina) of Wessex

0688 - 0726

ID Number: I97727

  • TITLE: King
  • OCCUPATION: (688-726) reigned 37 years
  • RESIDENCE: Wessex
  • BIRTH: 0688
  • DEATH: 0726
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S3557]
Father: CENRED (Kenred) (Under-ruler) of Somerset


Notes


WESSEX. The West Saxon polity underwent a distinctive course of development from c. 700 onwards, and its rulers appear to have had an agenda of their own. The pattern was set by King Ine (688-726), whose reign was clearly of the utmost importance. [E110] King Ine's law-code (preserved as an integral part of the law-code of King Alfred the Great): EHD no. 32; Wormald (M172); Alexander (C67); etc.


Ine's successors in the eighth century are less well known: Athelheard (726-40); Cuthred (740-56); Sigeberht (756-7); Cynewulf (757-86); and Brihtric (786-802). Some impression of the kingdom can be gained from their charters: The period would also seem to have witnessed a certain amount of internal dynastic strife: [E115] The account of the struggle between King Cynewulf and the Atheling Cyneheard in 786 (ASC, s.a. 757). For exposition, see White (N21); H. Kleinschmidt, 'The Old English Annal for 757 and West Saxon Dynastic Strife', Journal of Medieval History 22.3 (1996), pp. 209-24; D.G. Scragg, 'Wifcy__e and the Morality of the Cynewulf and Cyneheard Episode in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle', in T31, pp. 179-85.


Wife: Saxburga
Possible Child: Athelard (King) of WESSEX
Alternative Father of Possible Child: Ine (Ina) (King) of WESSEX


                                                                                           _CUTHWULF (Cutha) (Under-ruler) of Wessex_+
                                                                                          |                                          
                                             _CEOLWOLD (Ceolwald) (Under-ruler) of Wessex_|
                                            | (0622 - 0688)                               |
                                            |                                             |__________________________________________
                                            |                                                                                        
 _CENRED (Kenred) (Under-ruler) of Somerset_|
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|                                           |_____________________________________________|
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|--INE (Ina) of Wessex
|  (0688 - 0726)
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|___________________________________________|
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Jemima

ABT 1709 - ____

ID Number: I49748

  • RESIDENCE: of Orange Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1709
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 8P4D-70) [S1777]

Family 1 : John BOTTS

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AVERY

ABT 1740 - ____

ID Number: I44381

  • RESIDENCE: CT & Union Co. SC & Warren Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:CRB7-GC) (AFN:1DH0-3J7)

Family 1 : Joseph BREED
  1. +Sarah BREED

Notes


not sure this is wife's name.

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Capt. Thomas HANKS

11 Mar 1791 - 20 Jan 1882

ID Number: I4705

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • RESIDENCE: Carroll Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 11 Mar 1791, of Woodford Co. Kentucky
  • DEATH: 20 Jan 1882, Carroll Co. Kentucky
  • BURIAL: Reportedly Whites Run Bapt. Church, Carroll Co. KY [S2321]
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S11] [S2210] [S2321] [S3792]
Father: Abner HANKS
Mother: Mary "Molly" DALE


Family 1 : Sarah "Sallie" TANDY
  1. +Susan Ann HANKS
  2.  John James HANKS
  3.  Wesley HANKS

Notes


"The Hanks Family of Virginia". Thomas6 Hanks (Abner5, John4, John3, William2, Thomas1) was born in Kentucky 11 Mar 1791. Thomas died 20 Jan 1882 in Carroll County, Kentucky, at 90 years of age.
Thomas Hanks and Sallie Tandy had the following children:
i. Allen7 Hanks was born 24 Feb 1814. Allen died 9 Aug 1872 in Carrollton Co., Kentucky, at 58 years of age. He married Nancy Waller Scanland 25 Jan 1837.(3) Nancy died 8 Apr 1883.
ii. Elijah Hanks was born 2 Jan 1816. Elijah died 23 Mar 1901 in Glencoe, Gallatin Co., Kentucky, at 85 years of age. He married Nancy Davis in Harrison Co., Kentucky, 28 Jan 1836. Nancy died 13 Apr 1884. He resided in Switzerland Co., Indiana.
iii. Wesley Hanks was born 11 May 1817. Wesley died 26 Aug 1885 in Missouri, at 68 years of age. He married Mary Shelton. Mary was born 1832.
iv. Thomas Hanks was born 5 May 1819. m. Rachel Rayburn Cull (Wife)
v. Emerine Hanks was born 30 May 1821. Emerine died 1892 in Carroll County, Kentucky, at 71 years of age. She married Watty Parris 3 Dec 1844.
vi. Richard Hanks was born 15 Dec 1823. Richard died in Cincinnati, Ohio. He married Margarita Rice 1856.
vii. Mary Hanks was born 24 Aug 1826. Mary died 2 Aug 1856 in Carroll County, Kentucky, at 29 years of age. She married Elisha Griffith 23 May 1851.
viii. Susan Hanks was born 15 Nov 1828. She married John C. Purl 1850.
ix. John James Hanks was born 28 May 1831. John died in Eagle Station, Kentucky. He married Nancy J. Stafford 1854. Nancy died 9 Dec 1920.
x. William M. Hanks was born 21 Jun 1834. He married Cassidy.
xi. Henry Clay Hanks was born in Kentucky 26 Nov 1836. Henry died Aug 1892 in Harriman, Tennessee, at 55 years of age. Baber questions this death date and also mentions that he may have died 21 Jun 1892. He married twice. He married Nancy Ellen Baird 9 Mar 1858. He married Eliza J. Cox 15 Sep 1869. Eliza was born 20 Sep 1848. Eliza died 1892 in Harriman, Tennessee, at 43 years of age.
Src: http://www.genealogy.com/famousfolks/tomh/d0/i0000018.htm


"was the son of Abner and Elizabeth or Mary Dale Hanks. Appears in the 1850 Carroll County Census next to son Elijah Hanks, and with John J., Wm, Mary, and Henry C. Hanks in his household. Some seem too young to be his children.


Descendant: Betty J. Duval grbuddy at directcon.net, says Thomas and Sally had 11 children and she is descended from son Thomas and grandson Daniel Boone Hanks (Birth: 10 Sep 1847, son of Thomas and Cull)."


[S2210] [S2321]


                                             _John HANKS I___________+
                                            | (1681 - 1740)          
                       _John HANKS II_______|
                      | (1728 - 1810)       |
                      |                     |________________________
                      |                                              
 _Abner HANKS ________|
| (1763 - 1846) m 1786|
|                     |                      ________________________
|                     |                     |                        
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |________________________
|                                                                    
|
|--Thomas HANKS 
|  (1791 - 1882)
|                                            _Abraham Delaware DALE _+
|                                           | (1690 - 1740) m 1714   
|                      _Thomas DALE ________|
|                     | (1730 - 1772) m 1752|
|                     |                     |_Winnefred SOUTHERN ____
|                     |                       (1693 - 1763) m 1714   
|_Mary "Molly" DALE __|
  (1765 - 1805) m 1786|
                      |                      ________________________
                      |                     |                        
                      |_Alice DODSON _______|
                        (1735 - 1802) m 1752|
                                            |________________________
                                                                     

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[S2321]

[S11]

[S2210]

[S2321]

[S3792]

[S2210]

[S2321]

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Lee HUDSON


This person is presumed living.

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Landy Roan LILLY

26 Jul 1866 - 12 Sep 1939

ID Number: I92360

  • RESIDENCE: Liberty, Amite Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 26 Jul 1866, Liberty, Amite, Mississippi
  • DEATH: 12 Sep 1939, Liberty, Amite, Mississippi
  • BURIAL: Lilly Cemetery, Liberty, Amite, Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 3SSR-3W) [S2163] [S3607]

Family 1 : Beatrice R. MORGAN

Notes


Marriage(s):
Spouse: Martha Disc #69 Pin #614478 Marriage: 18 Jan 1883 Place: Liberty, Amite, Mississippi
Spouse: Beatrice Morgan Disc #69 Pin #612301Marriage: 29 Aug 1888 Place: Liberty, Amite, Mississippi
Spouse: ? Marriage: 12 Nov 1931 Place: Liberty, Amite, Mississippi


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[S3607]


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Francis Moreno MALLORY

1847 - ____

ID Number: I82189

  • RESIDENCE: of Pensacola, Florida
  • BIRTH: 1847
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3084]
Father: Stephen Russell MALLORY C.S.A.
Mother: Angela Sylvaria MARENO



                                                          _Daniel MALLORY II_____________________________+
                                                         | (1750 - ....) m 1778                          
                                  _Charles MALLORY ______|
                                 | (1780 - ....)         |
                                 |                       |_Rachel STURGES _______________________________+
                                 |                         (1752 - 1791) m 1778                          
 _Stephen Russell MALLORY C.S.A._|
| (1811 - 1873) m 1838           |
|                                |                        _ RUSSELL _____________________________________
|                                |                       |                                               
|                                |_Ellen RUSSELL ________|
|                                  (1792 - 1855)         |
|                                                        |_______________________________________________
|                                                                                                        
|
|--Francis Moreno MALLORY 
|  (1847 - ....)
|                                                         _Fernando MARENO ______________________________+
|                                                        | (1765 - 1830)                                 
|                                 _Don Francisco MARENO _|
|                                | (1792 - 1883)         |
|                                |                       |_Florintina (Domingues) SENAC _________________+
|                                |                         (1770 - ....)                                 
|_Angela Sylvaria MARENO ________|
  (1815 - 1901) m 1838           |
                                 |                        _Joseph Anthony Nicholas LOPEZ "the Immigrant"_
                                 |                       | (1746 - 1814)                                 
                                 |_Josepha LOPEZ ________|
                                   (1790 - 1820)         |
                                                         |_Maria Victoria "Nancy" CALDER ________________+
                                                           (1762 - ....)                                 

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Col. Robert "Black Bob" MCCULLOCH C.S.A.

ABT 1835 - 1905

ID Number: I75840

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA MO State Guard; 2nd Regt MO Cav.under Gen. N.B. Forrest; 1897 MO Cmdr UCV
  • RESIDENCE: of VA and Clark's Fork, Cooper Co. MO
  • BIRTH: ABT 1835
  • DEATH: 1905, Boonville, Cooper Co. MIssouri
  • BURIAL: Walnut Grove Cem. in Boonville, Missouri
  • RESOURCES: See: notes
Father: Robert MCCULLOCH II
Mother: Patsy MILLS


Notes


Clarks Fork lives again From: tlmcneal@mid-mo.net 17 Jul 2003


"A couple of weeks ago, I was riding home on Highway 87 between Boonville and California Missouri. As I was approaching my turn off, I noticed that the State of Missouri placed a sign along the road which said, "Clarks Fork". Now to most that would not be big news, but to one who has lived on Clarks Fork Road for the last 19 years, to have the State of Missouri remember what was once an up and coming community, was heartwarming. I only remember the foundation to the old store, which was the last of the original buildings to be left standing along 87 highway, though long gone by 1984.


Most people don't know that probably the most famous resident of Clarks Fork was Robert "Black Bob" McCulloch. His father moved to the Clarks Fork area in 1835 from Virginia. Legend also says that Mr. McCulloch was the first settler to build a house on the prairie at Clarks Fork. Other than a brief stint to the California gold fields from 1849 to 1852, Clarks Fork remained the home of Robert McCulloch. Robert A. McCulloch's family (his cousin) lived about 5 miles southeast of Bunceton, in Kelly Township.


By now many of you are saying, who is this McCulloch that Hal is talking about? But bear with me, as we now get to the Civil War in Cooper County. First of all, if you go to the Cooper County History Book of 1876, and turn to the Late War of the Rebellion chapter ( XI ), starting on page 96, the writer is a man by the name of Joseph Eppstein. The main reason that this man was given the opportunity to write the history, was because he would be able to tell what happened in an "impartial" way, sticking only to the facts as they occurred. Thus giving or showing no favor to either side. (Note: This man commanded two companies of home guard, composed entirely of Germans, and organized by Gen. Nathaniel Lyon). He was helped by another union man, Col. Joseph L. Stephens. In reading this chapter, a person would believe that Cooper County was pro-union, republican dominated, and a predominately German community. But here are the facts:


(1) The 1860 presidential election in Cooper County went to Stephen A. Douglas, the anti-slave Democrat. In fact, Missouri as a whole voted for Douglas. Lincoln ran fourth with 20 votes in Cooper County.


(2) No local citizens of Southern persuasion were mentioned in the Chapter, unless they were killed or wounded. Robert McCulloch was well known and a citizen at the time. Like many residents of Cooper County, he was from Virginia. While others were from Maryland, Kentucky, and Tennessee.


(3) Eppstein's version of the Planter's House meeting (June 11,1861), gave Lyon and Blair the unrestricted right to move or station troops throughout the State, whenever or wherever they deemed necessary. This was for the protection of "loyal" citizens, or to repel an invasion. There was no invasion planned, in fact there was no army. The Missouri State Guard that was being organized, was defeated at Camp Jackson on May 10th, and its commander, General David Frost, was captured. Gov. Claiborne Fox Jackson didn't even make his call for 50,000 men until he returned to Jefferson City, after Lyon declared (illegally) war on the State of Missouri at the meetings.


(4) Thomas Benton Anderson, a native Cooper County citizen, from the Clarks Fork/Prairie Home area wrote," Never were there a bigger pack of lies than that written by that German Eppstein. He could make the devil a saint, and get away with it".


(5) Cooper County ranked 5th in counties concerning the Slave population, in fact the Clarks Fork Black AME Church still stands, and is kept up by its historical group.


(6) Robert McCulloch raised a company of cavalry (made up of Cooper and Moniteau County boys), and joined Gen. Sterling Price and his Missouri State Guard. The Second Regiment, Missouri Cavalry was organized in Springfield, with Robert McCulloch elected as Colonel, and Robert A. McCulloch a captain. Col. McCulloch has been given credit for successfully covering the retreat of the Southern Army at Pea Ridge Arkansas (March 6-8th, 1862). After heading to Corinth Mississippi with Gen. Price, the regiment was held under several commanders, until they were put in the charge of one Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest. Fighting until the end of the war, McCulloch surrendered his troops in 1865.


About three months later, Robert McCulloch and his cousin, returned to Cooper County and settled back on their family owned farms. Both men turned to politics in Cooper County, and successfully held offices for many years, spanning from the early 1870's to the 1890's. (Note: I guess Col. Eppstein forgot to ask them their side of the story.) "Black Bob" was county collector(1872-1878), county sheriff (1878-1880), and State Registrar of lands (1880-1892). Robert A. was the county court judge (1874 to 1880). I think that the final tribute that was reportedly given to Col. McCulloch was, that in 1897 he was elected as the Missouri Commander of the United Confederate Veterans. There was a legend that has been handed down through the years that Robert E. Lee gave a great tribute to Col. McCulloch at a Confederate reunion. But by 1896, General Robert E. Lee had long since passed on, so many feel that it may have been General FitzHugh Lee who paid the compliment to McCulloch. Robert "Black Bob" McCulloch died in 1905, and is buried in Walnut Grove Cemetery in Boonville, while Robert A. McCulloch died in 1911, and is buried in Pisgah Baptist Church Cemetery in rural Cooper county, between Prairie Home and Bunceton.


A note should be added on to the Unionist theory of Cooper County. On July 4th, 1876, during the Centennial celebration in Boonville, one of the speakers was Col. William Preston Johnson. The son of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnson, fallen commanding General of the Confederate Army at the Battle of Shiloh. He was a guest of (Union) Col. J.L. Stephens, whose sons attended Washington and Lee University, where Mr. Johnson was a lecturer in the Law Department.


Clarks Fork lives again, because the State of Missouri is willing to recognize a historical past. Placing a sign on the northern and southern end of where the town used to be, brings home a part of Missouri's History. But isn't it amazing how the prophetic words of Patrick Cleburne ring out? That history will be written by the winners, with all the reason and regard going to those who won............ And to those who sacrificed and lost, a war for recognition still exists. The question is, is the cause lost in a world of apathy, or are there still those who will pick up the cause and fight on? NO MATTER.......We are still here!!!!! Well Read, and not easily Mislead.................................submitted,


Hal McNeal
SCV #1743
(Anderson's Boys)
Boonville, Missouri



Missouri Census, 1830-70
MCCULLOCH, ROBERT State: MO Year: 1870
County: Cooper County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Moniteau Township Page: 506
Database: MO 1870 Federal Census Index


Civil War Service Records
Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Discharge Notes Allegiance
McCulloch Robert 2 Missouri Cavalry. Colonel Colonel Confederate


                                                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) McCULLOCH MCCULLOUGH _
                                                           |                                        
                       _Robert MCCULLOCH I "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1743 - 1820)                      |
                      |                                    |________________________________________
                      |                                                                             
 _Robert MCCULLOCH II_|
| (1781 - 1853) m 1806|
|                     |                                     ________________________________________
|                     |                                    |                                        
|                     |_Sarah WHERRY ______________________|
|                       (1745 - 1826)                      |
|                                                          |________________________________________
|                                                                                                   
|
|--Robert "Black Bob" MCCULLOCH C.S.A.
|  (1835 - 1905)
|                                                           _(RESEARCH QUERY) MILLS ________________
|                                                          |                                        
|                      _Joseph MILLS "the Immigrant"_______|
|                     | (1760 - 1843)                      |
|                     |                                    |________________________________________
|                     |                                                                             
|_Patsy MILLS ________|
  (1789 - 1878) m 1806|
                      |                                     _(RESEARCH QUERY) BLACKWELL ____________
                      |                                    |                                        
                      |_Mary BLACKWELL ____________________|
                        (1760 - ....)                      |
                                                           |________________________________________
                                                                                                    

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MAUD MORTIMER

ABT 1213 - ____

ID Number: I88444

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1213
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS 9R30-8K

Family 1 : WILLIAM la ZOUCHE
  1. +JOYCE la ZOUCHE

Notes


m2: Trailli (Husband)

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Elizabeth NELMS

16 Jul 1734 - 23 Jul 1779

ID Number: I65669

  • RESIDENCE: Northumberland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 16 Jul 1734, St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland Co. VA
  • DEATH: 23 Jul 1779
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2477]

Family 1 : Benjamin INGRAM
  1. +Charles INGRAM

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Mary WALLER "the Immigrant"

23 May 1674 - BEF 1721

ID Number: I42011

Father: John WALLER I
Mother: Mary KEY


Family 1 : Edward HERNDON I
  1. +Edward HERNDON II Gent.
  2. +Ann HERNDON
  3. +William HERNDON
  4. +Richard HERNDON
  5. +John HERNDON
  6.  Joseph HERNDON
  7.  Martha HERNDON
  8. +David HERNDON
  9.  Zachariah HERNDON
  10.  James HERNDON

Notes


CONFLICT: LDS date of birth. believe he has the wrong Mary Waller shows as wife, dau of John and Dorothy King; others show this John is her brother and wife. [S1954]

[203567]
or bef 1723 Caroline Co. VA


                                                    _EDMUND WALLER ______+
                                                   | (1580 - 1667) m 1605
                       _THOMAS WALLER of Stoke_____|
                      | (1610 - 1682) m 1636       |
                      |                            |_Mary SMITH _________+
                      |                              (1583 - ....) m 1605
 _John WALLER I_______|
| (1645 - 1723) m 1669|
|                     |                             _JOHN KEATS _________+
|                     |                            | (1587 - ....) m 1613
|                     |_Anne KEATS ________________|
|                       (1615 - 1707) m 1636       |
|                                                  |_BRIDGET HARRIS _____
|                                                    (1591 - 1640) m 1613
|
|--Mary WALLER "the Immigrant"
|  (1674 - 1721)
|                                                   _Andrew KEY _________
|                                                  | (1603 - 1675)       
|                      _Edmund KEY "the immigrant"_|
|                     | (1630 - ....)              |
|                     |                            |_____________________
|                     |                                                  
|_Mary KEY ___________|
  (1648 - 1735) m 1669|
                      |                             _____________________
                      |                            |                     
                      |____________________________|
                                                   |
                                                   |_____________________
                                                                         

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[S1954]

[S591]

[S2255]

[S1954]

[S2686]

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