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THOMAS BARDOLF 5th Baron of Bardolf

ABT 1360 - ____

ID Number: I101874

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1360
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1877]
Father: WILLIAM BARDOLF 4th LORD
Mother: AGNES de POYNINGS


Family 1 : AVICE CROMWELL
  1.  ANNE BARDOLF

Notes


Married: Thomas BARDOLF (5 B. Bardolf) (son of William Bardolf, 4 B. Bardolf, and Agnes De Poynings).
Children:
1. Anne BARDOLF (B. Cobham) (m.1 Reginald Cobham, B. Cobham - m.2 William Clifford)
2. Joan BARDOLF (m. William Phellipes of Donington)





                                                    _____________________________
                                                   |                             
                            _JOHN BARDOLF 3rd Lord_|
                           | (1310 - ....)         |
                           |                       |_____________________________
                           |                                                     
 _WILLIAM BARDOLF 4th LORD_|
| (1340 - ....)            |
|                          |                        _ROGER DAMORY Lord of Oxford_+
|                          |                       | (1290 - 1321) m 1317        
|                          |_ELIZABETH DAMORY _____|
|                            (1320 - ....)         |
|                                                  |_ELIZABETH de CLARE _________+
|                                                    (1295 - 1360) m 1317        
|
|--THOMAS BARDOLF 5th Baron of Bardolf
|  (1360 - ....)
|                                                   _____________________________
|                                                  |                             
|                           _______________________|
|                          |                       |
|                          |                       |_____________________________
|                          |                                                     
|_AGNES de POYNINGS _______|
  (1340 - ....)            |
                           |                        _____________________________
                           |                       |                             
                           |_______________________|
                                                   |
                                                   |_____________________________
                                                                                 

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Elizabeth Catherine DUPUY

30 Aug 1803 - young

ID Number: I32255

  • RESIDENCE: Nottoway Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 30 Aug 1803
  • DEATH: young
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: James DUPUY
Mother: Mary PURNALL



                                                 _Peter (Pierre) DUPUY Sr._____________+
                                                | (1694 - 1777) m 1720                 
                       _John Bartholomew DUPUY _|
                      | (1722 - 1791) m 1753    |
                      |                         |_Judith LEFEVRE (LAFEAVOUR) __________+
                      |                           (1702 - 1785) m 1720                 
 _James DUPUY ________|
| (1758 - 1823) m 1782|
|                     |                          _Pierre "Peter" GUERRANT (GUERIN) Sr._+
|                     |                         | (1697 - 1750) m 1732                 
|                     |_Esther GUERRANT ________|
|                       (1735 - 1760) m 1753    |
|                                               |_Magdalene TRABUE ____________________+
|                                                 (1715 - 1787) m 1732                 
|
|--Elizabeth Catherine DUPUY 
|  (1803 - ....)
|                                                ______________________________________
|                                               |                                      
|                      _William PURNALL ________|
|                     | (1740 - ....)           |
|                     |                         |______________________________________
|                     |                                                                
|_Mary PURNALL _______|
  (1763 - 1828) m 1782|
                      |                          ______________________________________
                      |                         |                                      
                      |_Ann HALL _______________|
                        (1740 - ....)           |
                                                |______________________________________
                                                                                       

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Hon. John Duncan HARRIS

29 Dec 1829 - ____

ID Number: I105195

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • RESIDENCE: Madison Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 29 Dec 1829, Richmond, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes
Father: William HARRIS
Mother: Malinda DUNCAN


Family 1 : Nancy WHITE

Notes


10452 MADISON CO - HARRIS, JOHN D - Harris, Duncan, Maupin, Ellison, Wallace, Berry, Woods, Harris, Woods, Miller, Dabney, McCord, White,Taylor, Goodloe, Hart, Gregory, White, Gentry, Blythe, Stone


#10452: Genealogy and Biography, Volume V, 3rd edition, 1886, Madison Co. KY


HON. JOHN D. HARRIS was born December 29, 1829, three miles south of Richmond, Ky., and is the son and only child of William and Malinda (Duncan) Harris. The former, William Harris, was born in East Madison County, May 16, 1805, and was a son of John and Margaret (Maupin) Harris, natives of Albemarle County, Va., who came to Kentucky about the year 1790.


He (John Harris) acted as associate judge, assisted in laying off the town of Richmond, and was a man of more than ordinary prominence. He was born March 14, 1765, and his wife, Margaret Maupin, February 1, 1767. They were married June 23, 1785, and to them were born nine children, as follows:


Robert, born October 27, 1786;
Christopher, born April 1, 1788;
Overton,born November 24, 1799;
Betsy, born September 30, 1791;
James, born May 1,1794;
John M., born December 30, 1795;
Frances M. born March 26, 1802;
William, born May 16, 1805;
Susanna W., born May 10, 1808.


Robert married Jane Ellison; Christopher married Sarah Wallace (his second wife was Elizabeth Berry); Overton married Polly Woods; James married Minerva Harris; John M. died in early manhood, unmarried; William married Malinda Duncan; Betsey married Anderson Woods; Frances M. married James Miller; Susanna W. Married William Duncan.


Christopher Harris, the father of John Harris, married, for his first wife, Mary Dabney.
Their issue was as follows: Sallie, Robert, Tyre, Dabney, Christopher and Mourning.


His second wife was Nancy McCord, who bore children as follows: John, Jane, Benjamin,
Nancy, William, Barney, Overton and Isabel.


William Harris, the father of subject, was a man of considerable local prominence. He represented Madison
County in the Lower House of the Legislature in 1850, and for twenty years held the office of school commissioner. He was a wealthy farmer,enterprising and progressive, and a public-spirited citizen. He died
October 25, 1872. His wife, Malinda Duncan, was a daughter of John and Lucy (White) Duncan, one of a family of six children, as follows: Malinda,Elizabeth (Taylor), Emily (Goodloe), John A., Lou Ann (Hart), and Olivia
(Gregory).


Hon. John D. Harris, the subject of this sketch, as liberally educated. Receiving a preparatory course in the schools of his county, he attended Bethany College, Virginia, from which he graduated in 1847. He read law one year with Judge William C. Goodloe, but never entered into practice, preferring the older occupation - that of a farmer. He was married, September 20, 1849, to Nancy White, a daughter of Valentine M. and Jane (Gentry) White; she was one of a family of four children - three sons and one daughter. Her father, V. M. White, died in 1833, and her mother married James Blythe, by whom she had two daughters.


Mr. and Mrs. Harris have had born to them four children, viz.:
William V., who died at six years of age;
John D., a bright and promising young man, who died at the age of seventeen, and
Pattie (Stone) and Mary P.


Mr. Harris gave his children the advantages of the best schools and colleges in the country,and their education, in consequence, is of the most liberal. He began farming after his marriage, and is today, one of the most prominent and wealthy farmers of the State. He owns about 2,500 acres of fine land, well improved, and in which are included the homestead of his father and that of his wife' father. He commenced farming with about 500 acres, and by good management and proper investments has been successful, and accumulated considerable wealth. He makes a specialty of shorthorn cattle, and is one of the leading as well as one of the largest stock traders in the country.


He has never cared to enter into the excitement of public life, and the positions he has held have, in a great measure, sought him, his inclinations drawing him to quiet home life; he takes an active interest in the prosperity of his country, and is liberal in fostering its improvements, mentally and physically, to speak figuratively. He has been president for some years of the Madison Female Institute, and is popular among his neighbors, and universally esteemed by all who know him. He was elected to the State Senate in 1885, and is still a member (January, 1887) of that body, and one of its most active and energetic workers. He is a
prominent and formidable candidate at the present time for nomination as governor of the commonwealth of the Democratic ticket, with strong chances in favor of his ultimate success.



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                                             _Christopher HARRIS _+
                                            | (1725 - 1794)       
                       _John HARRIS ________|
                      | (1765 - ....) m 1785|
                      |                     |_Agnes Nancy MCCORD _
                      |                       (1740 - ....)       
 _William HARRIS _____|
| (1805 - 1872)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_Margaret MAUPIN ____|
|                       (1767 - ....) m 1785|
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--John Duncan HARRIS 
|  (1829 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _John DUNCAN ________|
|                     | (1790 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Malinda DUNCAN _____|
  (1810 - ....)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Lucy WHITE _________|
                        (1798 - ....)       |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Susan Ann HODGES

12 Jan 1827 - 10 Aug 1910

ID Number: I16334

  • RESIDENCE: Liberty and Chambers Co. TX
  • BIRTH: 12 Jan 1827, Red River Co. Texas [81130]
  • DEATH: 10 Aug 1910, Barbers Hill (Mont Belvieu) Chambers Co., TX
  • BURIAL: Barber Cem. Barber's Hill, Chambers Co. TX
  • RESOURCES: See: [S484] [S636] [S936] [S1098] [S1012] [S2341]
Father: William Henry HODGES
Mother: Fidelia Mary DORSET


Family 1 : Francis Marion FITZGERALD Sr.
  1. +Adleasa Martha FITZGERALD
  2. +Francis Marion FITZGERALD Jr.
Family 2 : Amos Joshua BARBER
  1.  Amanda Melissa BARBER
  2.  Albert MILBY BARBER
  3.  Elmer WATSON BARBER
  4.  Ella WILINTINE BARBER
  5.  Amos Joshua "Josh" BARBER
  6.  Lillie Ann BARBER
  7.  Betty BARBER
  8.  Bertha Aquilla BARBER
  9.  Ada Estella BARBER
  10.  William Henry BARBER

[81130]
more than likely she was born either in Ayish Bayou or Old River, Chambers Co.


                                               _John HODGES I________+
                                              | (1720 - 1778)        
                         _John HODGES II______|
                        | (1755 - 1821) m 1778|
                        |                     |_Rebecca______________
                        |                       (1720 - 1791)        
 _William Henry HODGES _|
| (1794 - 1851) m 1822  |
|                       |                      _William STANDARD Sr._+
|                       |                     | (1737 - 1807) m 1763 
|                       |_Ann STANDARD _______|
|                         (1763 - 1826) m 1778|
|                                             |_Dorothy JONES _______+
|                                               (1745 - 1770) m 1763 
|
|--Susan Ann HODGES 
|  (1827 - 1910)
|                                              ______________________
|                                             |                      
|                        _John DORSET Jr._____|
|                       | (1770 - ....)       |
|                       |                     |______________________
|                       |                                            
|_Fidelia Mary DORSET __|
  (1804 - 1848) m 1822  |
                        |                      ______________________
                        |                     |                      
                        |_Susannah____________|
                          (1770 - ....)       |
                                              |______________________
                                                                     

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John KIMBROUGH

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I41538

  • RESIDENCE: of Louisa Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S174]
Father: William KIMBROUGH
Mother: Sarah FIELD


Family 1 :
  1. +Sarah Smith "Sally" KIMBROUGH

                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _William KIMBROUGH __|
| (1730 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--John KIMBROUGH 
|  (1760 - ....)
|                                            _Henry FIELD ________+
|                                           | (1720 - 1778)       
|                      _John FIELD Sr.______|
|                     | (1740 - 1789)       |
|                     |                     |_Ann LIGHTFOOT ______
|                     |                       (1720 - 1778)       
|_Sarah FIELD ________|
  (1730 - ....)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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John LOCKE Sr.

29 Mar 1795 - 7 Mar 1877

ID Number: I78688

  • RESIDENCE: Berkeley and Clark Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 29 Mar 1795, Berkeley Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 7 Mar 1877, Wadesville, Clark Co. Virginia
  • BURIAL: Methodist Cemetery, Brucetown, Clark Co.Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2996]

Family 1 : Rebecca RIDGEWAY
  1.  Celina Eliza LOCKE
  2.  Marie Jane LOCKE
  3.  Anna Rebecca LOCKE
  4. +Josiah R. LOCKE
  5.  Remington S. LOCKE
  6. +John Milton LOCKE C.S.A.

Notes


"John, Rebecca, Benjamin and Remington Lock can be found in the 1850 Clark County, VA federal census. Also. living with them was a Benjamin Crim (age 12 in 1850).


John and Rebbeca are also found in the 1860 census for Wadesville (Charles Dunn, age 11 is living with them), Berryville office, Clark county, VA.


In 1870, John is found living in Clarke County, VA, He is 75 yrs old at this time and is still farming. He is found living with an Emily Allison (age 35) and Sallie A Allison (age 3). In that census, he is found on the same page as as his son, Josiah R Locke; they were neighbors at that time.


John was named as one of the two executors of his father's estate. The other was a man named Robert Montgomery. John is buried in the Brucetown, Clark County, VA Methodist Cemetery. His will is dated November 23, 1874 and is recorded in Clarke County, Virginia.


Last Will and Testament of John Lock Sr deceased


I, John Lock, serv. of Clarke County, VA do hereby declare and make known the following as my last will and testament. I will my riding horse and saddle and my desk which contains my papers to my son John M Lock.


I will to my daughter Ann Rebecca Watson the saddle which belonged to her mother.


I will to each of my children and to my granddaughter Sally R Watson our feather bed and bedding of equal value.


I will my watch to my grandson Fitzhugh Lee, son of John M Locke.


I will to my grandson James Ryan a mahogany bed stand, now in possession of his father Josiah R Lock.


If the residue of my personal property shall not be sufficient to pay all my debts, all my land shall be rented to my executors until my debts are paid. After the payment of my debts, my land shall be divided as follow:


I will to Samuel Huyett in trust nevertheless for the separate use and benefit of my daughter, Marie J Gruber, all my right, title, and interest in the farm purchased jointly by myself and John Gruber of Watson, which farm is now in possession of said John Gruber and contains one hundred and fifty-five and a half acres of land, but said trustee shall not have possession or control of said land until John Gruber shall pay to my executors all debts due by him to me or my estate due by note, account, or for rent, nor until shall said trustee Samuel Huyett shall pay to A. M. Moore in trust for the use of the family of my son Josiah R Lock, the sum of one hundred fifty two dollars and fifty cents. At the death of Marie, this trust shall cease, and the property shall be divided among her children,


I will to A. M. Moore in trust nevertheless for the support and maintenance of the family of my son Josiah R Lock. Thirty five acres of cleared land, to be laid off as follows: Beginning on the west side of the lane opposite the stone fence which is between my orchard and the land purchased jointly by Mr. and Mrs. John Gruber of Watson and running to Pidgeon's line so as to not interfere in any manner with the spring near my house and so as to lay off thirty-five acres adjoining the farm owned by Josiah, also fifteen acres of Woodland to be laid off adjoining Josiah's farm making fifty acres, and in addition the sum of one hundred and ninety-two dollars and fifty cents to be paid said. A. M. Moore Trustee as aforesaid by Samuel Huyett trustee for Maria.


These shall be paid to said A. M. Moore for the purposes of this trust, the sum of three hundred and twenty seven dollars and fifty cents out of the residue of my land, as follows: the land willed or bequeathed to A. M. Moore Trustee for the family of John M Lock shall be charged with one-fourth part thereof, that bequeathed to Remington with a fourth part, that Celina E Watson, and that to Ann Rebecca Watson each a fourth part, and A. M. Moore, trustee for Josiah's family may allow said family to occupy and cultivate the land hereby bequeathed to him in trust for their use and benefit if it shall appear to be to their advantage to do so. But the fifty acres of land and the five hundred and twenty-five dollars of this trust are hereby bound and held liable for any debt due to me by Josiah and for the payment of any debt or obligation for which I am bound for him as security. At the death of Josiah, this trust shall cease and the property shall be divided among his children,


I will one-fourth part of the residue of my land to A. M. Moore in trust nevertheless for the support and maintenance of the family of my son, John M Lock, it should be laid off adjoining the land set apart for the benefit of Josiah's family and the land of Samuel Pidgeon and shall include the orchard and the house in which I live for the cleared land. The woodland shall be laid off adjoining the woodland bequeathed to A. M. Moore in trust for Josiah's family. The right of way from the house to the woodland shall remain as it now is for the benefit of this Trust and John's family may occupy and cultivate the land if they desire to do so. At John's death, this Trust shall cease and the property shall be divided among his children.


The residue of my land shall be divided into three equal parts, one of which parts shall be assigned to my daughter Celina E Watson, one part to my daughter Ann Rebecca Watson and one part to my son Remington.


These divisions including that to A. M. Moore in Trust for John's family shall be made with regard to quality as well as quantity, it is my will that the family burying ground shall not be included in the division of my land. I therefore will to my sons John M and Remington one fourth of an acre of land containing the burying ground in trust for the purposes of a family burying ground. And whereas as the title is for a portion of the land now in my possession will at my death descend to my children from their mother and whereas said land is by this will bequeathed to A. M. Moore in trust for purposes herein mentioned.


Be it therefore known that if any one or more of my children shall refuse to execute a deed of relinquishment of all right, title and claim to said land in such manner and form as will effectually and completely carry out and confirm all the purposes, conditions and liabilities of the trusts herein created, he she or they so refusing shall not have any part of my estate but that part of my estate herein bequeathed to such child, children or Trustee for such child, I will to A. M. Moore in trust nevertheless for the support and maintenance of the family of Josiah R Lock, subject to all the terms and conditions arranged to the trust in the former part of this will for the benefit of his family. I contribute and appoint my son John M Lock and A. M. Moore executors of this will,


In testimony where I hereunto set my hand and seal, this 23 of November 1874.


John Lock Sr


Witnesses:
E T Huyett
Smith - S McFillen


I, John Lock Sr do this 14th day of July 1875 make this as a codicil of my last will and testament heretofore made rioz; I will that so much of this land heretofore devised to my son Jos. R. Lock, in trust for the benefit of himself and his children shall be sold to satisfy principle interest and all legal costs of judgement and execution as Josiah R Lock and John Lock in favor of Walter N Carter, for which I am held and bound, I hereunto affix my name this 14th day of July 1875.


Signed in the presence of:


Wm J Best Jno (his mark) Locke Sr
Jas E Watson


Virginia Clark County
In this County Court
March Term 1877
At a County Court begun and held for the county of Clark at the Court House thereof on Monday, the 12th of March 1877.
The last will and testament of John Lock Sr. deceased, was this day fully proven by the oaths of E.G. Huyett and Smith - C McFillen the subscribing witnesses thereto, and there being a codicil to said will to which Wm. J. Best and James E Watson are the subscribing witnesses, the said codicil was proved by the oaths of the said Best; whereupon it is ordered that the said will and codicil be recorded as the true last will and testament and codicil thereto of the said Jno Lock Sr deceased.


And on the motion of A. M. Moore one of the executors named in said will, who made oath as the law directs, and entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of ($5000) five thousand dollars conditioned as the will directs with A Moore Jr his surety therein (who justified as to his sufficiency) certificate is granted said A. M. Moore for obtaining a portion of said will in due form, Jno M Lock the other executor named in said will in open court refused to take upon himself the ??? of the execution thereof.


Teste
?? M Gibson CC"



[S2996]

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Wendel (Seitz) SITES

1720 - BEF 1798

ID Number: I80234

  • RESIDENCE: Lancaster Co. PA and Frederick Co. MD and VA
  • BIRTH: 1720, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • DEATH: BEF 1798, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3044]

Family 1 : Johanna SEIP
  1. +Henry (Heinrich ) SITES

Notes


Children:
2 John SITES b: 1747 + Magdalena SHEFER
2 Barbara SITES b: 18 FEB 1753
2 Christian SITES b: 1755 + Elizabeth REIMEL b: 1756 d: AFT 30 AUG 1828
2 Heinrich "Henry" SITES b: 1756 d: 2 Mar 1833 + Mary DUNLAP b: 1766 d: 19 Mar 1849
2 Catherine SITES b: 1762 + William DUNLAP
2 Peter SITES b: 1764 + _________ SHOWALTER
2 Hannah SITES b: 1766 + Unknown + John CULP
2 George SITES b: 1771 d: aft 1850 + Elizabeth SHAVER b: 3 Dec 1764 d: 1830/50

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Col. Nicholas SMITH "the Immigrant"

4 Sep 1666 - 18 Mar 1734

ID Number: I55030

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: Justice; Burgess
  • RESIDENCE: England and of "Smith's Mount," Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 4 Sep 1666, London, England
  • DEATH: 18 Mar 1734, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio ID 55028 notes [S1514]

Family 1 :
  1. +Elizabeth SMITH of "Smith's Mount"

Notes


Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume I IV--Burgesses and Other Prominent Persons: "Name: Nicholas Smith. son of Nicholas Smith, and Efsobah, his wife, of the city of London, was born at London, September 4, 1666; a justice and coroner of Richmond county, one of the first justices of the new county of King George, member of the house of burgesses 1723, 1726, 1732-1734; lieutenant-colonel of the King George militia; he died possessed of a very large estate, March 18, 1734, and is buried at his manor plantation "Smith's Mount" in Westmoreland county. His daughter and heiress Elizabeth married Major Harry Turner."


King George County, Virginia Formed 1721 From Richmond, Westmoreland Counties


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Thomas Zebedee WARREN

ABT 1890 - ____

ID Number: I2186

  • RESIDENCE: Beebe, AR
  • BIRTH: ABT 1890
  • RESOURCES: See: [S110]

Family 1 : Margaret Pearl MCINTOSH
  1. +Dorothy Nell WARREN

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