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Col. William DAINGERFIELD III of Coventry

1736 - by 1 Oct 1781

ID Number: I54454

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War
  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1736
  • DEATH: by 1 Oct 1781, St George's Parish, Spotsylvania Co., VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1976] [S2128] [S2170] [S1956]
Father: William DAINGERFIELD II
Mother: Apphia FAUNTLEROY


Family 1 : Mary Madison WILLIS
  1.  Catherine DAINGERFIELD of Coventry
  2. +John DAINGERFIELD Sr.
  3.  William Henry DAINGERFIELD
  4. +Mary Willis "Molly" DAINGERFIELD

Notes


"He was colonel in the Continental Army. His will was proved in Spotsylvania County October 1, 1781. DEED BOOK G 1766-1771, page 259: Whereas, John Smith, Gent., of Gloucester Co., in his lifetime being seized of a certain tract of land containing 3333 a. (whereon sd. Wm. Daingerfield and Mary, his wife, now live) and being so seized did by his last will and testament, Dated, May 10, 1735, by a residuary clause did devise as follows,


"Item, I give and bequeath unto my grandmother, Anna Alexander, all my other lands not bequeathed, negroes, money and stocks of what kind soever during her natural life and after her decease
to my brother, Henry Willis, and his heirs, but in case he should die without heir, then my will and desire is that my brother, John Willis, enjoy the whole gift of the sd. Anna Alexander, to him and his heirs or assigns, forever," as by will recorded in Gloucester Co. Whereas, soon after making the sd. will the sd. John Smith departed this life and the afsd. tract being comprehended in the devise aforesaid and not before by the sd. will specifically or particularly devised, the sd. Anna Alexander possessed and enjoyed the same during her life and after her death the sd. Henry Willis, by virtue of the devise to him entered into the sd. tract, and whereas the sd. Henry Willis having departed this life without leaving or having heir or heirs of his body, etc., and the sd John Willis, to whom this estate was left (in case of failure of heirs in the sd. Henry Willis, Decd.) having died without disposing of the sd. Estate, the sd. Estate has descended to the sd. Mary Willis, now Mary Daingerfield, daughter and heiress in fee simple of the sd. John Willis. The sd. Wm. Daingerfield and Mary, his wife, deed the sd. tract of 3333 a. to sd. Larkin Chew, Jr., in trust for the benefit of the sd. Wm. and Mary, during their natural lives and then to their right heirs, etc. Witnesses, O. Towles, Jr., Walter Chiles, John Crittenden Webb. Decr. 7, 1767."
HENRY WILLIS, Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania Co., VA
1804 Dangerfield vs Yates
Plaintiff: Mary Dainerfield
Defendant: Charles Yates
Remarks: Deed - William Daingerfield to Alexander Spotswood 1779; Town lot 4-4; town lot 3-3; town lot 55; Will of Henry Willis - General Court - 1740


children:
i John Daingerfield. married Frances Southall, daughter of Peyton Southall, on 1787.
ii William Daingerfield. married Elizabeth Thurston.
iii Henry Daingerfield.
iv Elizabeth Daingerfield.
v Katherine Daingerfield. married George Washington Lewis.
vi Molly Daingerfield. married Capt John Battaile on 18 Nov 1807.
vii Anne Daingerfield.
viii Sarah Daingerfield.


Virginia County Records SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1721-1800
DEEDS DEED BOOK P 1797-1800, page 503: "Augt. 22, 1798. Mary Daingerfield, Wm. Daingerfield, Henry Daingerfield, and Lewis Willis Daingerfield of Spots. Co. to John Steward of same co. 100. 100 a. in Spots. Co., etc., etc. Thomas Colson, Henry Duerson, Jno. M. Herndon, Thos. Walden. Septr. 4, 1798.


Augt. 22, 1798. Mary Daingerfield, Wm. Daingerfield, Henry Daingerfield, and Lewis Willis Daingerfield of Spots. Co. to John Coates of Louisa Co. 405. 405 a. in Spots. Co., etc., etc. Thos. Colson, Jno. M. Herndon, Henry Duerson, Thos. Walden. Septr. 4, 1798.


page 504 [p.504]Augt. 25, 1798. Agreement of Wm. and Henry Daingerfield with their mother, Mary Daingerfield, and their brother Lewis Willis Daingerfield, concerning a certain tract of land, etc., etc. Witnesses, Thomas Walden, Henry Duerson, Thos. Colson. Septr. 4, 1798."


Children:
2 Katherine DAINGERFIELD b: 25 Jun 1764 d: 16 Feb 1820 + George Washington LEWIS b: 14 Mar 1757 d: 15 Nov 1821
2 Elizabeth DAINGERFIELD b: 8 Feb 1766 d: 1 Feb 1791 + Charles MAGILLE
2 John DAINGERFIELD b: 7 Nov 1767 + Frances SOUTHALL b: 7 Mar 1770 + Elizabeth Bowles ARMISTEAD d: Jul 1826
2 William DAINGERFIELD b: 5 Aug 1769 d: 29 Sep 1808
2 Henry DAINGERFIELD b: 27 Jun 1772 d: 15 Feb 1815 + Elizabeth Mynn THURSTON b: 6 Apr 1775
2 Willis DAINGERFIELD b: 18 Apr 1773 d: 8 Apr 1778
2 Mary Willis DAINGERFIELD b: 8 Mar 1775 d: 2 Jan 1809 + Gawin Corbin TUBERVILLE
2 Ann DAINGERFIELD b: 28 Aug 1776 + Hay BATAILLE
2 Sarah DAINGERFIELD b: 3 Feb 1779 + Nathaniel Harris HOOE b: 15 Oct 1777 d: 1844
2 Lewis Willis DAINGERFIELD b: 6 Apr 1781 d: 7 Sep 1856 + Fanny DUERSON b: Dec 1786 d: 20 Jun 1834







[S1976]


                                                    _John II DAINGERFIELD of Greenfield_+
                                                   | (1640 - ....)                      
                           _William DAINGERFIELD I_|
                          | (1680 - ....) m 1709   |
                          |                        |_Ann WALKER ________________________+
                          |                          (1662 - ....)                      
 _William DAINGERFIELD II_|
| (1710 - ....)           |
|                         |                         ____________________________________
|                         |                        |                                    
|                         |_Mary BATHURST _________|
|                           (1680 - ....) m 1709   |
|                                                  |____________________________________
|                                                                                       
|
|--William DAINGERFIELD III of Coventry
|  (1736 - ....)
|                                                   _William FAUNTLEROY Sr._____________+
|                                                  | (1656 - 1686) m 1678               
|                          _William FAUNTLEROY Jr._|
|                         | (1684 - 1757) m 1712   |
|                         |                        |_Catherine GRIFFIN _________________+
|                         |                          (1664 - 1728) m 1678               
|_Apphia FAUNTLEROY ______|
  (1720 - ....)           |
                          |                         _John BUSHROD ______________________+
                          |                        | (1663 - 1719) m 1688               
                          |_Apphia Keene BUSHROD __|
                            (1690 - 1757) m 1712   |
                                                   |_Hannah KEENE ______________________+
                                                     (1676 - 1738) m 1688               

Sources

[S1976]

[S2128]

[S2170]

[S1956]

[S1976]


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ELIZABETH GASCOIGNE

ABT 1471 - 1559

ID Number: I29250

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1471, of Gawthorpe, Yorkshire, England
  • DEATH: 1559, England
  • BURIAL: Lincoln Cathedral (M.I.)
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 96TV-DX) [S1129] [S1531] [S2170]
Father: WILLIAM GASCOIGNE
Mother: MARGARET (Margery) PERCY


Family 1 : GEORGE TAILBOYS Earl of Angus
  1. +ANNE TAILBOYS
  2.  Elizabeth Or Margaret TAILBOYS

                                                                        _WILLIAM GASCOIGNE Knt.___________________
                                                                       | (1398 - 1466) m 1426                     
                             _WILLIAM GASCOIGNE Knt. of Gawthorpe______|
                            | (1426 - 1463) m 1458                     |
                            |                                          |_MARGARET CLARELL of Aldwark______________
                            |                                            (1397 - ....) m 1426                     
 _WILLIAM GASCOIGNE ________|
| (1438 - 1487) m 1465      |
|                           |                                           _JOHN NEVILLE Esq. of Oversley____________+
|                           |                                          | (1405 - 1481) m 1442                     
|                           |_JOAN NEVILLE of Oversley_________________|
|                             (1442 - ....) m 1458                     |
|                                                                      |_ELIZABETH NEWMARCH of Wormsley___________+
|                                                                        (1420 - 1467) m 1442                     
|
|--ELIZABETH GASCOIGNE 
|  (1471 - 1559)
|                                                                       _HENRY de PERCY 2nd of Northumberland_____+
|                                                                      | (1393 - 1455) m 1414                     
|                            _HENRY de PERCY 3d Earl of Northumberland_|
|                           | (1421 - 1461) m 1435                     |
|                           |                                          |_ELEANOR de NEVILLE Cts of Northumberland_+
|                           |                                            (1398 - 1463) m 1414                     
|_MARGARET (Margery) PERCY _|
  (1440 - ....) m 1465      |
                            |                                           _RICHARD POYNINGS ________________________
                            |                                          | (1410 - 1429)                            
                            |_ELEANOR POYNINGS ________________________|
                              (1422 - 1483) m 1435                     |
                                                                       |_ELEANORE BERKELEY _______________________+
                                                                         (1382 - 1455)                            

Sources

[S1129]

[S1531]

[S2170]


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Thomas (Jefferson?) HIGGINBOTHAM

ABT 1705 - BEF 5 Jul 1774

ID Number: I19079

Father: HIGGINBOTHAM


Family 1 : Mary FLOURNOY?
  1. +Moses HIGGINBOTHAM
  2.  John HIGGINBOTHAM
  3.  Thomas HIGGINBOTHAM
  4.  Jacob HIGGINBOTHAM
  5.  Samuel HIGGINBOTHAM
  6. +Elizabeth HIGGINBOTHAM
Family 2 : Judith BURRIS
  1. +Joseph HIGGINBOTHAM
  2.  Elisha HIGGINBOTHAM
  3.  Phillip HIGGINBOTHAM
  4. +Burrus (Borroughs) HIGGINBOTHAM

Notes


CONFLICT: according to The Parson Rose Diary, Thomas Higginbotham left Amherst Co. VA in 1751 and moved directly to Augusta, Georgia where he died in 1774. In Augusta, GA there are official records on his family dating back to 1759. At his death he still held title to land in Amherst Co. VA, as recorded in land record 10 Jun 1775, in which his nephew James Higginbotham acted as his power of attorney.
***
Thomas Higginbotham of Georgia. Thomas Higginbotham, was born about 1705, in Ireland. He died before July 5 1774, in Richmond County, Ga. Thomas, and brothers, John and Joseph Higginbotham, immigrated about 1730, to Virginia. A record states, that Joseph, died 1n 1741. John and Thomas Higginbotham, first purchased lands, that had been lands patented to George Braxton, Sr. Thomas, also had a three letter patent for his other lands in Amherst County, Va. Land records in Virginia, show that Thomas, sold in 1751, to Robert Rose, the three letter patent lands, after his second marriage to Judith Burris, and moving to Georgia.


In Georgia, he obtained more land, and Judith, his wife had grants in her own right, after Thomas died, before July 5 1774, in Richmond Georgia. His son, Joseph Higginbotham, made a deed, that was recorded in Elbert County, Ga. This deed was made to Charles Crawford, and was not to be recorded till after his mother's death. Joseph, mentions in this will, that his land bordered the land of the Heir of Thomas Higginbotham, his father, by a first marriage. The year date of this deed was 1786, recorded in 1805.


On July 10 1775, the land that Thomas Higginbotham, still possessed in Amherst County, Va, was sold by Carter Braxton, to Samuel Allen, of Amherst County. This was done by permission of the "Heir" of Thomas Higginbotham, by a Power-of-Attorney" to James Higginbotham of Amherst County, for a debt that was due from his father, to Carter Braxton.
**********
The original family tree was researched and compiled by my grandfather, Beverly Morris Higginbotham beginning in 1914 and completed in 1961.


"In the compilation of this family tree, no attempt has been made to go back further than the first immigrants to Virginia from Ireland about 1735 and no attempt is made to explain the derivation of the name or list the many variations of the spelling. When members of the Higginbotham Clan assembled in Amherst County, Virginia during the 1890's, an observing lad by the name of Beverly being present, the tradition that the first settlers of the name "were three brothers one of whom died soon after arrival" was always expressed and that they homesteaded on Rutledge Creek near Amherst Court House. No one knew the names of these brothers.


Some genealogists whose work has been consulted state that Thomas Higginbotham was the youngest son of John Higginbotham. This compilation does not agree with that assumption. Three grants of land on the waters of Piney River in Albemarle, now Amherst, County, Virginia were issued to Thomas Higginbotham between 1748 and 1750. This land was sold by Thomas in 1751 when he moved to Georgia. In 1759 in Georgia he applied for a patent stating that he had nine children. Again in 1766 he applied for another patent at which time he had ten children. If Thomas had been the youngest son of John he would have been born after Benjamin who was born in Virginia about 1735 or thereafter which would have made Thomas too young to obtain grants in 1748 to1750. With nine children in 1759 in Georgia by reasonable accounting he must have been married about 1740 or earlier and been born about 1715 or earlier.


John came to Virginia about 1735 and contracted for land on Rutledge Creek (2,430 acres). He died prior to 1745 and the land he had contracted for was conveyed to his oldest, Moses, in April 1745. Moses partitioned this land in 1751 among his brothers and sister probably after the death of his mother, Frances Riley, who was not mentioned in this partition as receiving any dower.


Thomas was not a party to this partitioning in 1751, therefore he was not a son of John. None of John's children received grants in their own right before 1751. After exhaustive search of the records, the above facts have been established and go to prove that Thomas was not a son of John. This indicates that John and Thomas may have been brothers thus sustantiating the tradition above mentioned. They were probably the two surviving brothers of the three who were immigrants.


Those who have previously done work on the Higginbotham genealogy:
Mrs. Lenora Higginbotham Sweeny of Brooklyn, NY and her late husband, William M. Sweeny; Mr. George D. Higginbotham of Hapeville, GA for his efforts in compiling the lineage of the Georgia branches of the Higginbothams. This applies largely to the descendants of those who settled in Elbert County, GA after the Revolutionary War. They came from Amherst, VA. All of the information relative to the descendants of Thomas (brother of John) Higginbotham was furnished by Miss Valle Higginbotham of Potosi, Missouri, one of the descendants of Thomas. Hal W. Myers, Forks of Buffalo, and his sister Mrs. Ella Turner of Amherst, VA furnished full data on their grandmother, Mary Lucinda Higginbotham, and her descendants. Mrs. Mary Lou Drean of Madison Heights, VA furnished information on her mother, Betty A. C. Higginbotham and descendants. Mrs. Lanora Barnette of Monroe, VA gave information regarding her mother, Lanora Higginbotham and her heirs. Miss Cyrie Higginbotham, Charlottsville, VA gave much data on her father, Fletcher H. Higginbotham and his descendants. Mrs. Pearl Hamilton, Lynchburg, VA furnished data on the heirs of her father, Aaron L. Higginbotham. Mrs. Ruth Watts, Bartow, FL gave much information relative to the descendants of her grandmother, Bettie A. Higginbotham.
submitted 7/1/1961 Beverly Morris Higginbotham (1886-1968).
***
Edmargiepc@aol.com 2/99. Thomas Jefferson Higginbotham b.1735 Ablemarle Va. d. 2/19/1784 Richmond Co. Ga, m. abt.1747 Mary Flournoy b. 1733. children 5 John, Jacob, Samuel, Elizabeth & Thomas
2nd wife Judith Thomas b.abt.1737 d.abt 1805 Georgia
Joseph Higginbotham b.1756
Elisha Higginbotham b.1757
Phillip Higginbotham b.1758
Borroughs Higginbotham b. 1759 Amherst Va. d.1812 Nassau Co.Fl. m.abt 1790 Isabella Donna Incy b. abt.1763 Burke Ga.


I have Higginbotham, Keene, Braddock, Haddock, Tanner,Crippen, Sikes, Bradley and many more in my line. Would love to here more from you. Margie


Thomas came from old Goochland Co., VA, where he was an Episcopalian. He moved to Georgia and became a Baptist. He is listed as a land owner in St. Paul's Parish, GA. In 1777, it became Richmond County.


Thomas Higginbotham, son of John and Frances Riley Higginbotham, was living in Albermarle Co., VA in 1751 when on June the 3rd of that year, he conveyed by deed to Robert Rose, also of Albermarle, for a consideration of 45 pounds three messages or tenements granted to the said Thomas Higginbotham by three letters patent viz; one for 200 acres of land lying on Piney River dated July 12, 1750, all being now in the possession of the said Robert Rose. Witnesses, John Walker, Robert Green, Patriel Morrison, Deed Book 1, page 378.


No further record of him is found in Albermarle. He probably received his share of his father's estate in money and removed to Georgia where in February 1759, he addressed a petition to the Governor and Council that "he had settled in the Province and had no lands granted him therein and was desirous of obtaining a grant for cultivation as he had a wife and nine children", and praying for a grant of 100 acres on a branch running into the Savannah River about five miles above Agusta and three miles back from said river". His petition was favorably acted upon and subsequently he was allowed additional grant of 150 and 200 acres. In June 1766, he stated that he had a wife and ten children and on April 3, 1770, he referred to the fact that he was possessed of four Negroes. Thomas and Isabella were the roots of all the Higginbotham families in Nassau County and probably in Florida.
Ref: Col. Va. Records, searched by H. B. Hodges, 1975; Col. Records of GA pg. 536


shows married Judith Thomas. ( I show her as widow of ? Thomas.)


LDS Marriage(s):
Spouse: Judith THOMAS (AFN: 3QZS-HH) Family Marriage: Abt 1755
Spouse: Judith (AFN: F9TV-Q1)
Spouse: Judith (AFN: 1DGB-F9R)
Spouse: Mary FLOURNOY (AFN: 1DGB-L3D)


[S186] [S637] [S611] [S1251] [S1894] [S2415]

[95566]
or d. 9 Feb 1784


                                                                     __
                                                                    |  
                       _(RESEARCH QUERY FAMILY GROUP) HIGGINBOTHAM _|
                      |                                             |
                      |                                             |__
                      |                                                
 _ HIGGINBOTHAM ______|
| (1670 - ....)       |
|                     |                                              __
|                     |                                             |  
|                     |_____________________________________________|
|                                                                   |
|                                                                   |__
|                                                                      
|
|--Thomas (Jefferson?) HIGGINBOTHAM 
|  (1705 - 1774)
|                                                                    __
|                                                                   |  
|                      _____________________________________________|
|                     |                                             |
|                     |                                             |__
|                     |                                                
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                                              __
                      |                                             |  
                      |_____________________________________________|
                                                                    |
                                                                    |__
                                                                       

Sources

[S11]

[S159]

[S160]

[S186]

[S611]

[S626]

[S637]

[S1251]

[S1894]

[S3459]

[S186]

[S637]

[S611]

[S1251]

[S1894]

[S2415]


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Maj. Alexander Gibson MORGAN Sr.

16 Dec 1801 - 23 Feb 1847

ID Number: I86512

  • TITLE: Maj.
  • RESIDENCE: Staunton, VA and Huntsville, Madison Co. AL and Lexington, Fayette Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 16 Dec 1801, Staunton, (Clay), Virginia
  • DEATH: 23 Feb 1847, Battle of Buena Vista, Mexico
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3214] [S3224] [S3225]
Father: Luther MORGAN
Mother: Ann Nancy Cameron DOLD


Family 1 : Ann America HIGGINS
  1. +Alexander Gibson MORGAN II C.S.A.
Family 2 : Susannah Hoover SHIDELL
  1. +Susannah Louise MORGAN C.S.A.

Notes


Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown; Marriage 2 Spouse Unknown Married: 25 September 1823 in Huntsville, (Madison), Alabama.


"The family suffered severe economic hardship with the failure of the Morgan businesses in Huntsville in the 1820's. As a consequence, in 1827 Alexander moved with his family to Lexington, Kentucky, where he lived on one of his father-in-law's farms which he renamed "Morgansa".


In 1831 Alexander Gibson Morgan was appointed Postmaster in Leavenworth, Kansas, where his wife joined him in 1834 after leaving little Susannah with her natural mother. Their single son Alexander Gibson Morgan II had been born in Lexington on April 2, 1832. A.G. Morgan Senior remained in Kansas until 1837, when he joined the U.S. Army and commanded a battalion of Missouri volunteers called "Morgan's Spies" during the Seminole War with the rank of Colonel. After the war he moved back to Lexington.


Alexander Gibson Morgan became a member of Co. K of the First Kentucky Cavalry (part of Colonel Humphrey Marshall's regiment) which was sent to the Mexican War, the same unit as his nephews John Hunt and Calvin Cogswell Morgan; it is said that he refused a commission to fulfill a promise he made to his twin brother to protect young Calvin and John.


Alexander Gibson Morgan was killed in action at the Battle of Buena vista on February 23, 1847 as a result of a lance through his heart. His monument in the Lexington Cemetery reads: "He was as generous as brave, as brave as he was true, he lived for his friends and died for his country."


Morgan's widow, Ann America Higgins Morgan served as matron of the East Kentucky Lunatic Asylum until her death on March 6, 1882."

[S3214]


                                                 _Samuel MORGAN ____________________+
                                                | (1728 - 1825)                     
                           _Gideon MORGAN Sr.___|
                          | (1751 - 1830) m 1772|
                          |                     |_Rachel KIBBE _____________________
                          |                       (1730 - 1804)                     
 _Luther MORGAN __________|
| (1776 - ....) m 1798    |
|                         |                      ___________________________________
|                         |                     |                                   
|                         |_Patience COGSWELL __|
|                           (1754 - 1797) m 1772|
|                                               |___________________________________
|                                                                                   
|
|--Alexander Gibson MORGAN Sr.
|  (1801 - 1847)
|                                                _John Philip DOLDT "the Immigrant"_
|                                               | (1710 - ....)                     
|                          _Philip DOLD ________|
|                         | (1743 - 1819)       |
|                         |                     |___________________________________
|                         |                                                         
|_Ann Nancy Cameron DOLD _|
  (1779 - ....) m 1798    |
                          |                      _ MILLER __________________________
                          |                     |                                   
                          |_Daughter of MILLER _|
                            (1740 - ....)       |
                                                |___________________________________
                                                                                    

Sources

[S3214]

[S3224]

[S3225]

[S3214]


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Cynthia WEBSTER

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I67058


Family 1 : George BOOTHE
  1. +Nancy Jane BOOTHE

Sources

[S2542]

[S2543]


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Andrew WINTERS

ABT 1830 - ____

ID Number: I63737

  • RESIDENCE: LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1830
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1037]

Family 1 : Catherine ARBUTHNOT

Sources

[S1037]


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Judith WOODSON

ABT 1752 - ____

ID Number: I38533

  • RESIDENCE: Goochland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1752
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS AF JFTQ-GG [S1376]
Father: John WOODSON
Mother: Dorothea RANDOLPH


Family 1 : Joseph MICHAUX I
  1.  Joseph MICHAUX II

                                                     _John WOODSON ______________________+
                                                    | (1658 - 1715) m 1679               
                       _Josiah WOODSON _____________|
                      | (1702 - ....)               |
                      |                             |_Judith TARLETON ___________________+
                      |                               (1660 - 1714) m 1679               
 _John WOODSON _______|
| (1730 - 1789) m 1751|
|                     |                              ____________________________________
|                     |                             |                                    
|                     |_Mary ROYALL ________________|
|                       (1710 - 1757)               |
|                                                   |____________________________________
|                                                                                        
|
|--Judith WOODSON 
|  (1752 - ....)
|                                                    _William I RANDOLPH "the immigrant"_+
|                                                   | (1651 - 1711) m 1678               
|                      _Isham RANDOLPH of Dungeness_|
|                     | (1685 - 1742) m 1718        |
|                     |                             |_Mary ISHAM ________________________+
|                     |                               (1660 - 1735) m 1678               
|_Dorothea RANDOLPH __|
  (1732 - 1794) m 1751|
                      |                              _Charles ROGERS ____________________+
                      |                             | (1660 - ....)                      
                      |_Jane ROGERS ________________|
                        (1692 - ....) m 1718        |
                                                    |_Jane LILBURN ______________________+
                                                      (1670 - ....)                      

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[S1376]


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