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Agnes

ABT 1700 - ____

ID Number: I6011

  • RESIDENCE: CT
  • BIRTH: ABT 1700
  • RESOURCES: See: [S257]

Family 1 : John ANDREWS
  1.  John ANDREWS
  2.  Jennet ANDREWS

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Henrietta

1864 - 1903

ID Number: I54371

  • RESIDENCE: Wyoming Co. PA
  • BIRTH: 1864
  • DEATH: 1903, Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1969]

Family 1 : Harvey ROSS

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Dame ELIZABETH BONNER

ABT 1560 - ____

ID Number: I38450

  • TITLE: Dame
  • RESIDENCE: Coventry, ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1560
  • RESOURCES: See: [S504]
Father: ANTHONY BONNER Gent.
Mother: BRIDGET SAVAGE of Elmley Castle


Family 1 : CULPEPPER of Coventry

                                                                         ___________________________________________
                                                                        |                                           
                                   _THOMAS BONNER of Camden_____________|
                                  | (1500 - ....)                       |
                                  |                                     |___________________________________________
                                  |                                                                                 
 _ANTHONY BONNER Gent.____________|
| (1530 - 1580)                   |
|                                 |                                      ___________________________________________
|                                 |                                     |                                           
|                                 |_JOAN SKINNER _______________________|
|                                   (1500 - ....)                       |
|                                                                       |___________________________________________
|                                                                                                                   
|
|--ELIZABETH BONNER 
|  (1560 - ....)
|                                                                        _CHRISTOPHER SAVAGE of Aston Subedge, Knt._+
|                                                                       | (1450 - 1513)                             
|                                  _CHRISTOPHER SAVAGE of Elmley Castle_|
|                                 | (1500 - 1546)                       |
|                                 |                                     |_ANNE STANLEY of Elford____________________+
|                                 |                                                                                 
|_BRIDGET SAVAGE of Elmley Castle_|
  (1540 - 1607)                   |
                                  |                                      _RICHARD II LYGON Knt. of Arle Court_______+
                                  |                                     | (1490 - 1556)                             
                                  |_ANNE LYGON of Arle Court____________|
                                    (1510 - ....)                       |
                                                                        |_MARGARET GREVILLE ________________________+
                                                                          (1490 - ....)                             

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Richard BUSHROD

10 Feb 1690 - 1711

ID Number: I63654

  • RESIDENCE: ENG & Northumberland & Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 10 Feb 1690, England
  • DEATH: 1711
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2416]
Father: Thomas BUSHROD


Family 1 : Elizabeth KENNER
  1.  Richard BUSHROD

                                                         __
                                                        |  
                       _Richard BUSHROD "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1626 - 1668) m 1654            |
                      |                                 |__
                      |                                    
 _Thomas BUSHROD _____|
| (1663 - 1698)       |
|                     |                                  __
|                     |                                 |  
|                     |_Apphia HUGHS ___________________|
|                       (1631 - ....) m 1654            |
|                                                       |__
|                                                          
|
|--Richard BUSHROD 
|  (1690 - 1711)
|                                                        __
|                                                       |  
|                      _________________________________|
|                     |                                 |
|                     |                                 |__
|                     |                                    
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                                  __
                      |                                 |  
                      |_________________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |__
                                                           

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Robert FLETCHER C.S.A.

1830 - Oct 1901

ID Number: I15675

  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. 9th Battallion, Louisiana Partisan Rangers
  • RESIDENCE: St Helena Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 1830, St. Helena Parish, Louisiana
  • DEATH: Oct 1901, St. Helena Parish, Louisiana
  • BURIAL: Kinchen Graveyard, St. Helena Par. LA [76948]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S449]
Father: Jehu FLETCHER
Mother: Margaret GLOVER


Family 1 : Mahala Elizabeth GLOVER
  1. +John Wesley FLETCHER
  2.  Emily FLETCHER
  3.  Eliza FLETCHER
  4.  George W. FLETCHER
  5.  Jeanie Ann FLETCHER
  6.  Oscar FLETCHER
  7.  Thomas Frank FLETCHER
Family 2 : Mariah A. ALLEN
  1.  Robert Monroe FLETCHER
  2.  Francis Marion FLETCHER
  3.  Joseph Daniel FLETCHER
  4.  Jincy Blanche FLETCHER
  5.  Mary Rosa FLETCHER

Notes


Aka: H. Robert Fletcher. Robert Fletcher was born about 1830 in St. Helena Parish, Louisiana. He was the son of Jehu and Margaret Glover Fletcher. On 25 Jan 1855 he married Mahala Elizabeth Glover, the daughter of John and Emily Glover. They were married by Robert Hodges, Justice of the Peace, St Helena Parish, near Greensburg, Louisiana.


Louisiana Land records indicate Robert Fletcher obtained 160.65 acres in 1860, located in St. Helena Parish.


Civil War Pension records document that Robert Fletcher served as a Private in Company D, 3rd (Wingfield's) Louisiana Calvary, which was formerly known as the 9th Battallion, Louisiana Partisan Rangers, Confederate States Army. He enlisted May 24, 186x at St Helena Parish; was captured July 9, 1863 at Port Hudson; and was parolled July 12 or 13, 1863 also at Port Hudson. Pension records indicate Robert Fletcher was "Born 1829 - Died October 1901 of pneumonia at or near Weiss". At the age of 85, Mahala Fletcher appeared before Vivian E. Sattoon, Deputy Clerk of the District Court of Livingston Parish to apply for pension, declaring she was the widow of Robert Fletcher. She received $30 on December 1, 1929, about a month after her death. Mahala Fletcher is buried in the Glover Cemetery.


[76948]
said to be buried there.

[523252]
Greensburg


                                               __
                                              |  
                       _William III FLETCHER _|
                      | (1729 - 1831) m 1761  |
                      |                       |__
                      |                          
 _Jehu FLETCHER ______|
| (1791 - 1865) m 1813|
|                     |                        __
|                     |                       |  
|                     |_Elizabeth MCINTOSH ___|
|                       (1729 - 1806) m 1761  |
|                                             |__
|                                                
|
|--Robert FLETCHER C.S.A.
|  (1830 - 1901)
|                                              __
|                                             |  
|                      _______________________|
|                     |                       |
|                     |                       |__
|                     |                          
|_Margaret GLOVER ____|
  (1795 - 1886) m 1813|
                      |                        __
                      |                       |  
                      |_______________________|
                                              |
                                              |__
                                                 

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John D. FORD

ABT 1770 - ____

ID Number: I40879

  • RESIDENCE: Natchez. MS
  • BIRTH: ABT 1770
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1381]

Family 1 : Elizabeth CALVIT
  1. +Henry FORD

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Nettie Annis HARVEY


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Almira HOCKER

ABT 1815 - AFT Jun 1860

ID Number: I59738

  • RESIDENCE: Lincoln Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1815
  • DEATH: AFT Jun 1860
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2209]

Family 1 : Larkin SANDIDGE
  1. +Jeremiah "Jerry" Turner SANDIDGE

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Gabriel LONG

ABT 1690 - ____

ID Number: I92179

  • RESIDENCE: Essex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1690
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1207]

Family 1 : Margaret Mary HARRISON

Notes


Children:
2 Richard LONG
2 Gabriel (Cabrell) LONG + UNKNOWN KERTLEY 3 Nicholas LONG
2 William LONG
2 Henry LONG
2 Edward LONG
2 Phillip LONG

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Hon. and Gen. Thomas POSEY Gov of Indiana

9 Jul 1750 - 18 Mar 1818

ID Number: I76258

  • TITLE: Hon. and Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: Colonel Revolution of'76; Gen'l Legion U.S.Army; Lieut. Gov of KY, Sen in Congress and Gov of IN
  • RESIDENCE: VA and KY and LA and IN and Gallatin Co. IL
  • BIRTH: 9 Jul 1750, near Potomac River, Virginia
  • DEATH: 18 Mar 1818, Shawneetown, Gallatin Co. Illinois
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2246]

Family 1 : Daughter of MATTHEWS
  1. +John POSEY
Family 2 : Mary Thornton ALEXANDER
  1. +Thornton Alexander POSEY
  2.  William C. POSEY
  3. +Mary Ann POSEY

Notes


"Thomas was a major with the date of rank of 30 April 1778 in the Second Virginia who was transferred to the Seventh on 14 September 1778. Previously, his service was as a captain in the Seventh and then in Col. Morgan’s Rifle Regiment from 1777-78. On 13 January 1781, Major Posey, of the First Virginia, was on recruiting duty in Staunton. The Arrangement of 12 February 1781 had him as the major of the First Virginia. A letter from him to Governor Jefferson, written in Staunton on 27 March 1781, requested discretionary power on an order of Baron Steuben not to enlist any man under five feet four inches. Another letter from there went to Col. William Davies, commander of the First Virginia and Inspector General, that he had collected only twenty one deserters and others. The draft of those for eighteen months had not then begun and many were opposed to it. Some deserters might have to be hanged as an example to the rest.


He was a major on 7 February 1782 when Lt. Norvell drew his advance pay. Promotion to lieutenant colonel came later that month with a date of rank of 8 September 1781 as he took his Virginia Battalion, formed from the paper organization of the First, from the Cumberland old Courthouse south via Ashley Hill, South Carolina, to join MGen. Greene. The battalion consisted of companies from each of the Virginia Regiments: First through Eighth; Capt. Joseph Scott. Jr., led the company of the First Virginia. After a twenty day march, Posey was ordered farther south to join BGen. Wayne in Georgia. Posey and his detachment of Virginians were in Georgia with BGen. Wayne on 29 March and 27 April 1782 at Camp Ebenezer. On 24 June 1782, Wayne’s camp on Ogeechee Road, near Savannah, Georgia, was attacked by 300 Creeks under Chief Guristersiguo who was killed as were twenty nine other Indians. The Americans lost five killed and eight wounded. Posey and the rest of the Virginia troops were sent to Savannah as Col. Brown and the British evacuated on 11 July 1782.


Posey was ordered back to Charleston after an unsuccessful meeting with the Indians in Augusta, Georgia. In August 1782, some 300 to 400 of the infantry and fourteen officers were embarked on ships to return to Hampton, Virginia. Thomas was declared a redundant officer as lieutenant colonel number seven and deranged on 1 January 1783. Land warrant 240 gave him 7,000 acres on 1 April 1783 for service of seven years and 5258 for 833 acres on 10 September 1807 for ten months more was assigned to James Taylor.


A Col. Posey filed a war claim in Charlotte County and Thomas Posey in Augusta and Fairfax Counties. Pay of $3,891.82 was awarded at war’s end. The tax lists of 1787 for Fredericksburg Town and for Stafford County each had a Thomas Posey.


After the war, his residence was in Spotsylvania where he was county lieutenant from 1786-93. An appointment to brigadier general in the U.S. Army under MGen. Wayne in the Indian campaign came on 14 February 1793 with resignation on 28 February 1794.


Kentucky was his next residence as a member of the State Senate and lieutenant governor for four years. A move to Louisiana followed with him as one of its U.S. Senators from 1812-13. He then succeeded Gen. William Harrison as Governor of the Indiana Territory and in 1816, became agent for Indian affairs. His birth was on 9 July 1750, near the Potomac River. At 19, a move was made to western Virginia where he was a member of the Augusta County Committee in 1775. He had children with at least two wives before his death on 19 March 1818 at Shawneetown, Illinois.
M. Lee Minnis, The First Virginia Regiment of Foot 1775-1783, 1998, pp. 335-336.


Thomas Posey married (1) ? Matthews, daughter of Col. Samson Matthews (known descendants of the latter deny that he had such a daughter), of Augusta Co, VA, and they had one child John. The mother died during the Revolution. After the war, Thomas married (2) Mary Alexander, widow of Maj. Geo. Thornton, "a zealous partisan officer." Gen. Posey's son by his first wife married Mrs. Thornton's daughter by her first husband after the parent's wedding. Col. Thornton Alexander Posey, USA, was a product of the second marriage.


At the early age of seventeen (abt. 1789), Archibald Alexander left his father's house to become a private tutor in the family of Gen. Thomas Posey, of the Wilderness, in Spotsylvania Co. The general was a man of noble appearance and courtly manners. His second wife, who had been a beauty in her youth, was now a fine and stately person. Though not wealthy, the Poseys maintained much of the style belonging to old Virginia families. What they had came from his wife's relatives the Alexanders and Thorntons. The pupils were John Posey, George W. Thornton, Reuben Thornton, and sometimes Lucy Thornton.


Gen. Posey's grave stone is three by six feet with the following inscription: "Here lies the body of Thomas Posey. In the American Republic he was Colonel in the Revolution of'76; Gen'l in the Legion of the U.S. Army; Lieut. Governor of Kentucky, Senator in Congress and Governor of Indiana. He died as he had lived, a pious Christian, on the 18th of March, 1818, in the sixty-eighth year of his age. This man's chararcter could never be stained by the malignant breath of envy or malice. He left a fond and aged wife and many affectionate children and worthy friends to deplore his loss." His son Alexander wrote it. FTM CD-186, Gen. of VA Families, Vol V, Thornton Family, pp. 58-59."

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Douglas Allen SHORT


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Queen MARY STEWART\STUART of Scotland & France

7 Dec 1542 - 8 Feb 1587

ID Number: I28279

Father: JAMES V STEWART\STUART of Scotland
Mother: MARIE de GUISE of Lorraine


Family 1 : FRANCOIS II CAPET of France
Family 2 : HENRY STEWART Lord Darnley
  1. +JAMES STEWART\STUART I of England-VI Scotland
Family 3 : JAMES HEPBURN 4th Earl of Bothwell

Notes


Aka: Mary Stuart, Queen Of Scots. STEWART - ancestors of some Stewarts were hereditary Stewards of Scotland, an important office at the medieval Scottish court. Through the marriage of Walter the Steward to Marjorie, daughter of King Robert the Bruce, Scotland, and later of Great Britain, acquired a line of Stewart monarchs. The spelling Stuart, latterly used by the royal house, is due to French influence at the time of Mary, Queen of Scots.


"the Earl of Bothwell (generally believed to be the principal murderer) brought her inevitable ruin. Her Protestant Lords rose against her and her army confronted theirs at Carberry Hill, near Edinburgh, on 15 June 1567. She surrendered, was imprisoned in Lochleven Castle, Kinross-shire and forced to abdicate in favour of her infant son. Bothwell fled to Scandinavia, where he was arrested and held prisoner until his death. Mary escaped from Lochleven in 1568, only to be defeated at the Battle of Langside, near Glasgow, on 13 May. Fleeing south, she sought shelter in England, believing that Queen Elizabeth I would support her cause, but instead she was kept in captivity in England for 19 years. The focus of a long series of Roman Catholic plots against Elizabeth, culminating in the Babington Plot to assassinate the English queen, led to Elizabeth's ministers demanding Mary's execution: 'so long as there is life in her, there is hope; so as they live in hope, we live in fear'. Mary was finally executed at Fotheringhay Castle in Northamptonshire on 8 February 1587, at the age of 44. She was buried in Peterborough Cathedral, but in 1612 her son James VI and I had her body exhumed and placed in the vault of King Henry VII's Chapel in Westminster Abbey."


1587: Mary, Queen of Scots, is beheaded for treason on February 8. Mary was made Queen of Scotland at just a week old, widowed at eighteen, and was executed by the age of forty-four. She would marry three times after Scottish parliament annulled her engagement to Prince Edward of England, thereby setting off a war between England and Scotland.


[S1809]

[144821]
executed

[144822]
1587 Peterborough Cathedral


                                                                            _JAMES III STEWART\STUART of Scotland_+
                                                                           | (1451 - 1488) m 1469                 
                                      _JAMES IV STEWART\STUART of Scotland_|
                                     | (1473 - 1513) m 1503                |
                                     |                                     |_MARGARET ap DANMARK OLDENBURG _______+
                                     |                                       (1456 - 1486) m 1469                 
 _JAMES V STEWART\STUART of Scotland_|
| (1512 - 1542) m 1538               |
|                                    |                                      _HENRY VII TUDOR of England___________+
|                                    |                                     | (1457 - 1509) m 1486                 
|                                    |_MARGARET (PLANTAGENET) TUDOR _______|
|                                      (1489 - 1541) m 1503                |
|                                                                          |_ELIZABETH PLANTAGENET of York________+
|                                                                            (1465 - 1503) m 1486                 
|
|--MARY STEWART\STUART of Scotland & France
|  (1542 - 1587)
|                                                                           ______________________________________
|                                                                          |                                      
|                                     _CLAUDE de GUISE Duke of Guise_______|
|                                    | (1496 - 1550)                       |
|                                    |                                     |______________________________________
|                                    |                                                                            
|_MARIE de GUISE of Lorraine_________|
  (1515 - 1560) m 1538               |
                                     |                                      _FRANCOIS de ST POL BOURBON __________
                                     |                                     | (1470 - 1495)                        
                                     |_ANTOINETTE de BOURBON ______________|
                                       (1493 - 1583)                       |
                                                                           |_MARIE de LUXEMBURG __________________+
                                                                             (1466 - 1547)                        

Sources

[S11]

[S810]

[S1307]

[S1805]

[S1809]

[S2119]

[S2142]

[S2143]

[S2486]

[S3258]

[S1809]


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