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Count INGELGER de ANJOU of Anjou

ABT 0910 - ____

ID Number: I33147

  • TITLE: Count
  • RESIDENCE: FR
  • BIRTH: ABT 0910
  • RESOURCES: See: [S790]
Father: FULK I "The Red" de ANJOU
Mother: ROSCILLE de LOCHES



                                                                                      _TERTULLE "The Breton" of the Gastinais___+
                                                                                     | (0821 - ....)                            
                              _INGELGER ORLEAN de ANJOU _____________________________|
                             | (0845 - ....)                                         |
                             |                                                       |_PETRONILLA_______________________________+
                             |                                                         (0825 - ....)                            
 _FULK I "The Red" de ANJOU _|
| (0888 - 0942) m 0905       |
|                            |                                                        _GEOFFROY de GASTINAIS Count of Gastinais_+
|                            |                                                       | (0820 - ....)                            
|                            |_AELINDE (ROSCINDA) de GASTINAIS of Gatinais & Amboise_|
|                              (0844 - ....)                                         |
|                                                                                    |__________________________________________
|                                                                                                                               
|
|--INGELGER de ANJOU of Anjou
|  (0910 - ....)
|                                                                                     __________________________________________
|                                                                                    |                                          
|                             _GARNIER de LOCHES ____________________________________|
|                            | (0844 - 0885)                                         |
|                            |                                                       |__________________________________________
|                            |                                                                                                  
|_ROSCILLE de LOCHES ________|
  (0878 - ....) m 0905       |
                             |                                                        __________________________________________
                             |                                                       |                                          
                             |_TOSCANDA______________________________________________|
                               (0865 - ....)                                         |
                                                                                     |__________________________________________
                                                                                                                                

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Mary Anne BETHEA

1813 - 21 Nov 1870

ID Number: I65205

  • RESIDENCE: Marion, Cheraws Dist, SC
  • BIRTH: 1813
  • DEATH: 21 Nov 1870
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1615]
Father: Jesse BETHEA II
Mother: Celia HARRELSON


Notes


Mary Anne Bethea Birth: 1813-- Marion, Cheraws Dist, SC Death:21 November 1870 -- Spouse: Samuel C Stramler; Parents: Jesse Bethea, Celia Harrelson.



                                             _Tristram BETHEA ____
                                            | (1710 - ....)       
                       _Jesse BETHEA I______|
                      | (1736 - 1812)       |
                      |                     |_Ann GOODMAN ________
                      |                       (1710 - ....)       
 _Jesse BETHEA II_____|
| (1760 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Mary Anne BETHEA 
|  (1813 - 1870)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Celia HARRELSON ____|
  (1768 - 1854)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Nicholas COUILLARD

1554 - ____

ID Number: I20543

  • RESIDENCE: Rouen, Normandy, France
  • BIRTH: 1554, Rouen, Normandie, France
  • BURIAL: 24 Nov 1607, Temple Quevilly, Rouen, Normandie, France
  • RESOURCES: See: [S667]
Father: COUILLARD


Family 1 : Bonne DEVY
Family 2 : Margarite MANBOYULAGNLLIN

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--Other Fields
PEDI: birth

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                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _ COUILLARD _________|
| (1525 - ....)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Nicholas COUILLARD 
|  (1554 - ....)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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James E. CUTHBERT

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I83496

  • RESIDENCE: NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3109]

Family 1 : Mary L. BRAGG

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Samuel DAVIS

ABT 1720 - ____

ID Number: I90409

  • RESIDENCE: Philadelphia, PA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1720
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1152]
Father: Evan DAVIS Sr.
Mother: Mary



                                                      __
                                                     |  
                       _Morgan DAVIS "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1660 - ....)                |
                      |                              |__
                      |                                 
 _Evan DAVIS Sr.______|
| (1690 - ....) m 1716|
|                     |                               __
|                     |                              |  
|                     |______________________________|
|                                                    |
|                                                    |__
|                                                       
|
|--Samuel DAVIS 
|  (1720 - ....)
|                                                     __
|                                                    |  
|                      ______________________________|
|                     |                              |
|                     |                              |__
|                     |                                 
|_Mary________________|
  (1690 - 1758) m 1716|
                      |                               __
                      |                              |  
                      |______________________________|
                                                     |
                                                     |__
                                                        

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Zilpha HAM

1786 - 16 Jun 1872

ID Number: I89751

  • RESIDENCE: Darlington Co. SC
  • BIRTH: 1786
  • DEATH: 16 Jun 1872
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2180]

Family 1 : Austin STONE Jr.
Family 2 : Edward Drake EADDY

Notes


Zilphia Ham TAYLOR;

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JOHN de HASTANG Knt. of Chebsey

ABT 1270 - ____

ID Number: I52601

  • RESIDENCE: co. Stafford, ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1270
  • RESOURCES: See: [S504]

Family 1 : EVE
  1.  KATHERINE de HASTANG of Chebsey

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Joseph H. HICKERSON

ABT 1841 - ____

ID Number: I3078

  • RESIDENCE: Coffee Co., TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1841, TN
  • RESOURCES: See:, [S141] [S143]
Father: William A. HICKERSON
Mother: Jane WAITE?


Family 1 : Tennessee MORTON
  1.  William Thomas HICKERSON
  2.  Daniel HICKERSON
  3.  Mary Ann HICKERSON
  4.  Jenny Lee HICKERSON

                                               _David HICKERSON ____________+
                                              | (1755 - 1833) m 1778        
                         _Joseph HICKERSON ___|
                        | (1789 - 1850) m 1813|
                        |                     |_Sarah Ann Nancy TALIAFERRO _+
                        |                       (1757 - 1840) m 1778        
 _William A. HICKERSON _|
| (1814 - 1884)         |
|                       |                      _Hillaire ROUSSEAU III_______+
|                       |                     | (1743 - ....) m 1765        
|                       |_Nancy ROUSSEAU _____|
|                         (1791 - 1854) m 1813|
|                                             |_Sarah (Polly) ROGERS _______+
|                                               (1748 - 1799) m 1765        
|
|--Joseph H. HICKERSON 
|  (1841 - ....)
|                                              _____________________________
|                                             |                             
|                        _____________________|
|                       |                     |
|                       |                     |_____________________________
|                       |                                                   
|_Jane WAITE? __________|
  (1824 - 1859)         |
                        |                      _____________________________
                        |                     |                             
                        |_____________________|
                                              |
                                              |_____________________________
                                                                            

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Col. John Singleton "the Gray Ghost" MOSBY C.S.A.

6 Dec 1833 - 30 May 1916

ID Number: I81126

  • TITLE: Col.
  • RESIDENCE: Nelson and Albemarle and Warrenton, Fauquier Co. VA and San Francisco, CA and Wash DC
  • OCCUPATION: CSA-43rd Battalion Cavalry, partisan ranger; lawyer and U.S. Consul at Hong Kong
  • BIRTH: 6 Dec 1833, Edgemont, Powhatan City, Virginia
  • DEATH: 30 May 1916, Garfield Hospital, Washington, DC
  • BURIAL: Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, Virginia.
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes [S3304]
Father: Alfred Daniel MOSBY
Mother: Virginia Jackson MCLAURINE


Family 1 : Pauline Moriah CLARKE
  1.  May Virginia MOSBY
  2.  Beverly Clark MOSBY
  3.  John Singleton MOSBY Jr.
  4.  Victoria Stuart MOSBY
  5.  Pauline V. MOSBY
  6.  Ada C. MOSBY
  7.  George Prentiss MOSBY
  8.  Alfred Daniel McLaurine MOSBY

Notes


http://users.erols.com/jreb/mosby.html
Mosby's Rangers C.S.A.
Colonel, JOHN SINGLETON MOSBY
Standing just over 5 feet and weighing 130 pound. During the engagement with the Yankees on May 30, 1863, Mosby came out of the fight hatless, and his horse ran against a tree with him, bruising his face. John was wounded on August 24, 1863, shot through the side and thigh, as he attacked the 2nd Massachusetts Cavalry who halted to water their horses at Billy Gooding's Tavern on the Little River Turnpike. He was carried to the nearby woods, where he was attended to by their surgeon, Doctor W. L. Dunn. Due to the painful nature of his wounds, Mosby could travel but slowly; he was carried into the pines, where he lay concealed while the pursuing Federals passed by, whereupon he was taken up in their rear and removed South where he was permitted to recuperate.


On Thursday, November 26, 1863, Mosby attacked a heavily guarded wagon train near Brandy Station; Mosby escaped unharmed; his horse was no so lucky, receiving a ball in the breast.


On September 15th, 1864, as the 13th New York Cavalry scoured Aldie for Mosby, a fight broke out and a ball shattered the handle of Mosby's pistol and another entered his groin. He was able to keep his saddle and ride, with difficulty, until his companions procured a light wagon to carry him off. Mosby was taken to The Plains, where he was kindly cared for by the family of Major Foster until he could be removed to Lynchburg. He was shot by Pvt. Henry Smith of Company H, 13th New York Cavalry.


In the latter part of September, 1864, Mosby returned to Fauquier County, although not entirely recovered from his wounds and still compelled to use crutches.


On October 10th, 1864, Mosby barely escaped capture or worse when attacking a Federal camp, his horse was shot dead and fell, pinning Mosby to the ground in the midst of the battle. He was saved when Captain Montjoy charged and drove off the Federals, Mosby riding away behind one of his men.


Mosby once retorted that "his mode of warfare is just at legitimate as that of the army fighting in their front. I am placed here to annoy them and interrupt their communications as much as possible. This I intend doing, and should I have an opportunity of throwing off a train I will do it, even if I knew my own family were upon it."


Mosby started December 21st, 1864, at the house of Joseph Blackwell, in Fauquier, attending the wedding of J. Lavender, his ordnance sergeant, when word was received of a body of Federal cavalry on the Salem road, a few miles distance. After scouting for them, Mosby stopped at the house of Ludwell Lake to have supper, when the house was surrounded by Yankee Cavalry, firing shots through the window that struck Mosby in the stomach. Falling to the floor, bleeding profusely, he crawled into a nearby bedroom where he was able to hide his Confederate coat. When the Federals entered he was able to persuade them that he was dying. Seeing his shirt and the floor saturated with blood, convinced the wound was mortal and that he was of no importance, they left after stripping him of his trousers and boots. After his men arrived, he had them examine him; it was a wound about 2 inches below his navel, an almost identical wound that had killed his commander, JEB Stuart at Yellow Tavern. He felt his intestines were cut, the ball passing from left to right, lodging in his right side. The ball was extracted the next morning; in about a week he was removed to his father's, near Lynchburg. Mosby survived this nasty wound.


After the war, he resided in San Francisco, California, practicing law; he was then appointed U.S. Consul at Hong Kong, China, during the terms of President Ulysses S. Grant. The Gray Ghost died May 30th, 1916, and is buried in the Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, Virginia.


Adjutant, WILLIAM H. MOSBY (Willie)
After the war, he resided in Bedford City, Virginia, making a living as the town postmaster. He was John Singleton Mosby's brother. He died August 27th, 1913, and is buried in the Greenwood Cemetery, Bedford, Virginia.


Proposing Security for the Future


Colonel John Singleton Mosby fought for the Confederacy, but he became a supporter of General Ulysses S. Grant and the Republican party after the war. In an interview with the Richmond Enquirer in January 1873, he confirmed his support of Grant and advocated the alliance in order to restore relations between the South and the federal government.


Reporter: I see it stated generally that you have some influence with General Grant -- is this true?


Colonel Mosby: I don't know what amount of influence I may have with the president, but General Grant knows the fiery ordeal I have been through here in supporting him, and I suppose he has some appreciation of it.


Reporter: What is the policy that you have advocated for the Virginia people?


Colonel Mosby: The issues that formerly divided the Virginia people from the Republican party were those growing out of the reconstruction measures. Last year the Virginia people agreed to make no further opposition to those measures and to accept all questions growing out of them as settled. There being no longer any questions, then, on principles separating Virginia people from General Grant, it became a mere matter of policy and expediency whether they would support him or [Liberal Republican party candidate] Horace Greeley. I thought it was the first opportunity the Southern people had had to be restored to their proper relation and influence with the federal administration. In other words, I said the Southern statesmen ought to avail themselves of this opportunity and support General Grant for re-election, and thereby acquire influence and control over his administration. That was the only way I saw of displacing the carpetbag crew that represented the government in the Southern states. I think that events have demonstrated that I was right.


General Grant has certainly accorded to me as much consideration or influence as any one man could have a right to expect. I know it is the disposition of General Grant to do everything in his power for the relief of the Southern people, if Southern politicians will allow him to do it. The men who control the policy of the Conservative party combine with the extreme Radicals to keep the Southern people arrayed against General Grant. As long as this course is pursued, the carpetbag crew who profess to support the administration get all the Federal patronage. This is the sustenance, the support of the carpetbag party in the South. Deprived of that, it would die tomorrow. I admit, as every Southern man must admit, the gross wrongs that have been perpetrated upon the Southern people. I am no apologist for them, but neither party proposes any atonement or indemnity for the past. I propose at least to give security for the future by an alliance between the Southern people and General Grant's administration....


Reporter: Has the president ever tendered you any position under his administration?


Colonel Mosby: Shortly after the presidential election the president said something to me on the subject of giving me an office. I told him while I would as lief hold an office under him as under any other man who had ever been president, yet there was no office within his gift that I desired or would accept. I told him that my motives in supporting him had been assailed, and my accepting a position under his administration would be regarded as a confirmation of the truth of the charge that I was governed by selfish motives. But my principal reason for not accepting anything from him was that I would have far more influence for good by taking nothing for myself....


Reporter: Colonel, I have heard that you are now promoting claims against the Government, --is that a fact?


Colonel Mosby: It is not. I have filed one claim for a citizen before the Southern Claims Commission. I shall turn this over, however, to a claim agent. I have had hundreds of claims of all sorts for prosecution against the Government offered me, but have declined them all, as I have no idea of bartering my political influence.... I do not think that any man nominated at Lynchburg will stand the most remote chance of success, because he will only be supported by the negroes of the state, led by a few white men. No matter what my relations to the administration may be, I wouldn't assist in putting this set in power.


Excerpt from John S. Mosby, The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1959.
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/reconstruction/kkk/ps_mosby.html


Joseph Bryan Loudoun Museum, Leesburg, Virginia, USA Military Memorabilia Mosby; Family Genealogy Forum Mosby Heritage Area Mosby, John Singleton, 1833-1916. www.historicmosbysrangers.org/links.html


On Sept. 22, 1864, frustrated Union soldiers hanged or shot six of Mosby's men they recently captured. Mosby included a Richmond Times-Dispatch account of the incident in his Memoirs: "Two of their prisoners the Yankees immediately hung to a neighboring tree, ... The other four were tied to stakes and mercilessly shot through the skull, each one individually". Mosby made it clear he did not wish to execute the Union prisoners, but he likewise could not abide leaving his dead men unavenged. Such murders were outside the bounds of the Southern notion of honor. Revenge killings, however, were not. Within two months, Mosby executed the same number of Union soldiers in retaliation. In a Nov. 11, 1864 letter to Major Gen. P.H. Sheridan, the commanding Union officer in the Shenandoah Valley, Mosby wrote: "Hereafter any prisoners falling into my hands will be treated with the kindness due to their condition, unless some new act of barbarity shall compel me, reluctantly, to adopt a line of policy repugnant to humanity".


A particular code of wartime ethics seemed to be at work in order to uphold the notions of Southern honor. Killing one's enemies on the battlefield was justified through a larger perspective of self-defense. Cold-blooded executions were cowardly, and therefore dishonorable. Revenge killings, on the other hand, were an unfortunate but necessary evil in order to maintain one's own sense of honor. Mosby made it clear he did not wish to execute the Union prisoners, but he likewise could not abide leaving his dead men unavenged.


http://www.angelfire.com/va3/valleywar/people/mosby.html.


3 Mar 2004 - Richmond, VA
Mosby was named after Confederate Col. John Singleton Mosby, known as the "Gray Ghost." His guerrilla cavalry controlled the portion of Virginia between Fairfax and Winchester so completely that the area was known as "Mosby's Confederacy."


The name change, approved by the School Board, will leave only one Richmond school, J.E.B. Stuart Elementary, named after a Confederate figure.


Three names will disappear from the Richmond public school system in September: Mosby, Onslow Minnis and John F. Kennedy.


In their place will be Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School and an old standby, Armstrong High School, in a different building.


King will be the new name of the Mosby building, which will be attended by students from the current Mosby and Minnis middle schools starting in September. Students will eventually decide on the school's colors and mascot.
http://www.timesdispatch.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=RTD%2FMGA rticle%2FRTD_BasicArticle&c=MGArticle&cid=1031774035509&path=!new s&s=1045855934842


Group forms to honor Confederate history
By Kali Schumitz 07/27/2004


A new chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy became official Sunday.


The McLean chapter, which has members throughout Northern Virginia, held its chartering ceremony and luncheon at the Worldgate Marriott in Herndon, which is next to the burial site of the chapter's namesake, Laura Ratcliffe.


Along with representatives of the Virginia Division, the new chapter laid wreaths on Ratcliffe's grave, then drove by her house and visited Mosby's Rock, in what is now McNair Farms, where Ratcliffe left notes and money for Col. John Singleton Mosby and his Rangers.


Jo Ann "Jodi" Cooper Killeen and her cousin, Catherine "Kitty" Pickett DeLano, both of McLean, began working in the fall of 2002 to organize the new chapter. After attracting prospective members, the women began meeting informally last year.


Members must prove that they have an ancestor who worked in some way to aid the Confederate side during the Civil War.


United Daughters of the Confederacy works to preserve Confederate history, particularly the role of women, through historical markers and research articles. They also offer scholarships, volunteer at veterans' hospitals and raise money to assist needy families with Confederate ancestry.


Killeen, who serves as the chapter's president, said the first project the new chapter will pursue will be to raise money for a historical marker near Ratcliffe's grave.


Although the Confederacy is often associated with slavery, Carolyn Nolan Irvine, the chapter's second vice president, said that the group does not promote a racial divide. African Americans whose ancestors fought on the Confederate side, which there were a few, are welcome to join, Irvine said.


Some of the members said they became interested in Confederate history while doing genealogical research.


Irvine, of Reston, said she has ancestors who fought on both sides of the Civil War and wants to ensure that future generations can reference their family history.


"I'm proud that they fought and they stood for a cause that they believed in," she said of her ancestors.


Those interested in learning about membership in the new chapter can e-mail Irvine at cnirvine@yahoo.com or First Vice President Marla Grandolph at marlajanegrand2@netscape.net . Irvine can also be reached at 703-906-0215.
©Times Community Newspapers 2004




                                                                   _Daniel MOSBY ____________________+
                                                                  | (1745 - 1822) m 1764             
                               _John Harris MOSBY ________________|
                              | (1765 - 1839) m 1799              |
                              |                                   |_Sarah Hankings "Sally" HARRIS ___+
                              |                                     (1749 - ....) m 1764             
 _Alfred Daniel MOSBY ________|
| (1809 - 1879) m 1831        |
|                             |                                    _John B. WARE ____________________+
|                             |                                   | (1736 - 1816) m 1756             
|                             |_Jane Harrison WARE _______________|
|                               (1770 - ....) m 1799              |
|                                                                 |_Anne Hannah HARRISON ____________
|                                                                   (1738 - ....) m 1756             
|
|--John Singleton "the Gray Ghost" MOSBY C.S.A.
|  (1833 - 1916)
|                                                                  _Robert MCLAURINE "the Immigrant"_
|                                                                 | (1717 - 1773) m 1753             
|                              _James Wren MCLAURINE _____________|
|                             | (1758 - 1847) m 1789              |
|                             |                                   |_Elizabeth BLAIKLEY ______________+
|                             |                                     (1734 - 1803) m 1753             
|_Virginia Jackson MCLAURINE _|
  (1815 - 1897) m 1831        |
                              |                                    _Hans STEGER _____________________+
                              |                                   | (1741 - 1813) m 1762             
                              |_Catherine Winston "Kitty" STEGER _|
                                (1769 - 1837) m 1789              |
                                                                  |_Catherine HARRIS ________________+
                                                                    (1743 - 1814) m 1762             

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Joseph PORTER

ABT 1780 - AFT 1811

ID Number: I58292

  • RESIDENCE: Knox Co. TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • DEATH: AFT 1811
  • RESOURCES: See: POSS. SON NOT PROVEN
Father: Robert PORTER
Mother: Margaret LINDSAY


Notes


Mrs. Marie Norris sent information and writes: "I still think Joseph Porter is a son of Robert & Margaret Porter." "The little girl of Joseph & Sally Porter who died in Tennessee was Margaret Lindsay Porter."


"In a deed recorded in Knox County, Tennessee Deed Book 1, page 398, dated 26 December 1811, Margaret Porter, deceased, by John Dearmond [sic] to Joseph Porter my interest in land in Grassey Valley."


                                             _(RESEARCH QUERY) PORTER of Maryland_
                                            |                                     
                       _Andrew PORTER ______|
                      | (1720 - 1789) m 1738|
                      |                     |_____________________________________
                      |                                                           
 _Robert PORTER ______|
| (1739 - 1781) m 1764|
|                     |                      _Alexander EWING "the Immigrant"_____+
|                     |                     | (1678 - 1738)                       
|                     |_Eleanor EWING ______|
|                       (1721 - 1740) m 1738|
|                                           |_Rebeckah____________________________
|                                             (1680 - 1750)                       
|
|--Joseph PORTER 
|  (1780 - 1811)
|                                            _____________________________________
|                                           |                                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________________________
|                     |                                                           
|_Margaret LINDSAY ___|
  (1745 - 1811) m 1764|
                      |                      _____________________________________
                      |                     |                                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________________________
                                                                                  

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Rachel THOMPSON

24 Dec 1786 - 26 Apr 1876

ID Number: I70892

  • RESIDENCE: NC; Cherokee Nation West, Indian Territory
  • BIRTH: 24 Dec 1786, North Carolina
  • DEATH: 26 Apr 1876, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S2706] [S2708]
Father: William Allen THOMPSON
Mother: Mary JOHNSTON


Family 1 : Walter Black Watt S. ADAIR
  1.  Edward ADAIR
  2. +George Washington ADAIR II

Notes


Non-Cherokee 1835 Census roll: Place: Two Runs Creek, GA


                                                        __
                                                       |  
                           _(RESEARCH QUERY) THOMPSON _|
                          |                            |
                          |                            |__
                          |                               
 _William Allen THOMPSON _|
| (1760 - ....)           |
|                         |                             __
|                         |                            |  
|                         |____________________________|
|                                                      |
|                                                      |__
|                                                         
|
|--Rachel THOMPSON 
|  (1786 - 1876)
|                                                       __
|                                                      |  
|                          ____________________________|
|                         |                            |
|                         |                            |__
|                         |                               
|_Mary JOHNSTON __________|
  (1760 - ....)           |
                          |                             __
                          |                            |  
                          |____________________________|
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Judge David TODD

29 Mar 1786 - 9 Jun 1859

ID Number: I102766

  • TITLE: Judge
  • RESIDENCE: Fayette Co. KY and 1816 Columbia, MO
  • BIRTH: 29 Mar 1786
  • DEATH: 9 Jun 1859, Columbia, Missouri
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3721]
Father: Levi "The Old Indian Fighter" TODD of Ellerslie
Mother: Jane "Betsy" BRIGGS


Notes


E. Judge David Todd – b. March 29, 1786 – d. June 9, 1859 in Columbia, Missouri. On April 7, 1812, David married Eliza Barr. They moved to Missouri in 1816. Their children were:
1. Rebecca Todd – (?-?) married G. W. Samuels
2. Ann E Todd – (?-?) married Thomas M. Campbell
3. Robert Barr Todd – (January 17, 1826 -?) Married Anne Ruth Brigham on October 17, 1850
4. William M. Todd - (about 1829 – September 7, 1881) Married Ms. Semmes.
5. Caroline Todd – (?-?) never married
6. Letita B. Todd – (? -?) married Edward C. Breck.
7. Dora Todd (also referred to as Medora) – (? -?)
8. Davidella – (? -?)
9. Walter Brashear Todd – (October 18, 1818 – September 26, 1845[4])



                                                                         _Robert TODD "the Immigrant"_+
                                                                        | (1697 - 1775)               
                                                   _David TODD _________|
                                                  | (1723 - 1785) m 1749|
                                                  |                     |_Ann SMITH __________________
                                                  |                       (1700 - ....)               
 _Levi "The Old Indian Fighter" TODD of Ellerslie_|
| (1756 - 1807) m 1779                            |
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|                                                 |                     |                             
|                                                 |_Hannah OWEN ________|
|                                                   (1725 - 1813) m 1749|
|                                                                       |_____________________________
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|--David TODD 
|  (1786 - 1859)
|                                                                        _____________________________
|                                                                       |                             
|                                                  _____________________|
|                                                 |                     |
|                                                 |                     |_____________________________
|                                                 |                                                   
|_Jane "Betsy" BRIGGS ____________________________|
  (1761 - 1800) m 1779                            |
                                                  |                      _____________________________
                                                  |                     |                             
                                                  |_____________________|
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