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William DUDLEY

1600 - ____

ID Number: I12336

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: 1600
  • RESOURCES: See: [S440]
Father: Ambrose DUDLEY Esq.
Mother: Isabel GREENFIELD



                                                               _JOHN DUDLEY Earl of Newcastle_+
                                                              | (1530 - ....) m 1560          
                       _ROBERT DUDLEY Earl of Newcastle, Knt._|
                      | (1540 - 1613) m 1574                  |
                      |                                       |_BRIDGET CARRE ________________+
                      |                                         (1542 - ....) m 1560          
 _Ambrose DUDLEY Esq._|
| (1582 - 1626)       |
|                     |                                        _CHRISTOPHER WOOD of Newcastle_
|                     |                                       | (1514 - ....)                 
|                     |_ANNE WOOD of Newcastle________________|
|                       (1556 - ....) m 1574                  |
|                                                             |_______________________________
|                                                                                             
|
|--William DUDLEY 
|  (1600 - ....)
|                                                              _______________________________
|                                                             |                               
|                      _______________________________________|
|                     |                                       |
|                     |                                       |_______________________________
|                     |                                                                       
|_Isabel GREENFIELD __|
  (1585 - ....)       |
                      |                                        _______________________________
                      |                                       |                               
                      |_______________________________________|
                                                              |
                                                              |_______________________________
                                                                                              

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Carrie DUNN

1868 - ____

ID Number: I37481

  • RESIDENCE: Ft Worth, TX
  • BIRTH: 1868
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1131]
Father: James DUNN
Mother: Sarah DOTY


Family 1 : Thomas Davis ROSS

                                             _(RESEARCH QUERY) DUNN ___
                                            |                          
                       _Benjamin DUNN ______|
                      | (1800 - ....) m 1823|
                      |                     |__________________________
                      |                                                
 _James DUNN _________|
| (1824 - 1874) m 1865|
|                     |                      _James BURNSIDE __________+
|                     |                     | (1778 - 1861) m 1801     
|                     |_Clara BURNSIDE _____|
|                       (1805 - ....) m 1823|
|                                           |_Martha "Patsy" GATEWOOD _+
|                                             (1780 - 1853) m 1801     
|
|--Carrie DUNN 
|  (1868 - ....)
|                                            __________________________
|                                           |                          
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |__________________________
|                     |                                                
|_Sarah DOTY _________|
  (1842 - ....) m 1865|
                      |                      __________________________
                      |                     |                          
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |__________________________
                                                                       

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Rev. James GAINES

9 Mar 1799 - 10 Sep 1868

ID Number: I62685

  • TITLE: Rev.
  • OCCUPATION: Methodist Minister
  • RESIDENCE: Pickens Co. SC and TN and 1849 Lawrence Co. AL and Tishomingo Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 9 Mar 1799, of Pickens Co. South Carolina
  • DEATH: 10 Sep 1868, Tishomingo Co. Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1079] [S2452] [S3802]
Father: Richard George GAINES
Mother: Frances "Fanny" BROADDUS


Family 1 : Theodocia MATTISON

Notes


James was a Methodist Minister in Tennessee (1832), Lawrence Co. Alabama (1849), and Tishomingo Co. Mississippi (1860). (A.M. Gaines, 27, and family live nearby in 1850 census).
Children:
M.G. Gaines b. 1820 in South Carolina
A. M. Gaines b. 1823 in South Carolina
James A. Gaines b. 1824 in South Carolina
Harriet F. Gaines b. 1826 in South Carolina
Grace Susan Gaines b. 1829 in South Carolina
Sarah Caroline Gaines b. 1834 in Tennessee.
Theodothia E. Gaines b. 1839 in Tennessee.
Henry B. Gaines b. 1842 in Tennessee.



                                                        _James GAINES I__________________+
                                                       | (1719 - 1786) m 1731            
                             _Henry GAINES ____________|
                            | (1737 - 1830) m 1756     |
                            |                          |_Mary PENDLETON _________________+
                            |                            (1717 - 1803) m 1731            
 _Richard George GAINES ____|
| (1760 - 1832) m 1785      |
|                           |                           _Richard GEORGE _________________+
|                           |                          | (1709 - 1773) m 1734            
|                           |_Ann (Martha Ann) GEORGE _|
|                             (1735 - 1801) m 1756     |
|                                                      |_Elizabeth Ann MAYO _____________+
|                                                        (1715 - 1782) m 1734            
|
|--James GAINES 
|  (1799 - 1868)
|                                                       _Edward BROADDUS "the Immigrant"_
|                                                      | (1672 - 1749) m 1725            
|                            _John BROADDUS ___________|
|                           | (1727 - 1799) m 1760     |
|                           |                          |_Mary SHIPLEY ___________________
|                           |                            (1700 - ....) m 1725            
|_Frances "Fanny" BROADDUS _|
  (1762 - 1812) m 1785      |
                            |                           _________________________________
                            |                          |                                 
                            |_Frances PRYOR ___________|
                              (1740 - ....) m 1760     |
                                                       |_________________________________
                                                                                         

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[S2452]

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Agnes HOLLADAY

ABT 1758 - ____

ID Number: I21619

  • RESIDENCE: King William (Now Caroline) Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1758
  • RESOURCES: See: [S725] [S894] [S1286]
Father: Benjamin HOLLADAY
Mother: Susannah HICKMAN


Family 1 : Joseph (HOLLIDAY) HOLLADAY II
  1.  Joseph (HOLLIDAY) HOLLADAY III

                                                   _Thomas I (HOLLIDAY\HALLIDAY) HOLLADAY _
                                                  | (1648 - 1701) m 1670                   
                       _John Marshall HOLLADAY II_|
                      | (1676 - 1742)             |
                      |                           |_Elizabeth SEVILLE _____________________
                      |                             (1650 - ....) m 1670                   
 _Benjamin HOLLADAY __|
| (1720 - 1785)       |
|                     |                            ________________________________________
|                     |                           |                                        
|                     |_Ann Elizabeth LEWIS ______|
|                       (1688 - ....)             |
|                                                 |________________________________________
|                                                                                          
|
|--Agnes HOLLADAY 
|  (1758 - ....)
|                                                  _Lockhart BIBB _________________________+
|                                                 | (1887 - ....)                          
|                      _Edwin HICKMAN ____________|
|                     | (1690 - 1769) m 1723      |
|                     |                           |_Mary Chambers BIBB ____________________+
|                     |                             (1842 - 1874)                          
|_Susannah HICKMAN ___|
  (1725 - 1759)       |
                      |                            _Henry WEBBER Gent._____________________
                      |                           | (1650 - ....)                          
                      |_Eleanor WEBBER ___________|
                        (1680 - 1745) m 1723      |
                                                  |________________________________________
                                                                                           

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[S725]

[S894]

[S1286]


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LAMAR

ABT 1600 - ____

ID Number: I85460

  • RESIDENCE: prob. of Normandy, France
  • BIRTH: ABT 1600
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3018]

Family 1 :
  1. +Thomas LAMAR "the Immigrant"
  2. +Peter LAMAR "the Immigrant"

Notes


According to Harold Dihel Lemar, Thomas and Peter Lemore did not come from Wicre, a small village not far from Lille, in Flanders. That portion of Flanders had been part of the kingdom of Spain for many years and did not become part of France until 1667. More likely, the ancestral home was probably located in Normandy since the surname is of Norman and French origin.


The Lamars were a very old French family. They lived in Normandy and it is said that some of their members were involved in the Norman Conquest of England with William the Conqueror in 1086. But later, in the massacres of the Reformation and during the Religious Wars in France, many members of the family found it necessary to seek safety in other countries.


The Lamar family arrived in America from France in the 1600's. They arrived in Maryland after a residence of unknown time in Virginia. Peter and Thomas Lamore were issued naturalization papers 17 Nov, 1663 from Lord Baltimore in Maryland. Ten years later, a certificate of nationality was granted to John Lamore.


Peter Lamar, upon coming to this country, acquired plantations in Calvert County, Maryland, where he lived and died. He might have been single when he arrived as he received a land grant for transporting himself and his servant, Katherine, a white woman. His will, which was probated 31 March, 1694, mentions his wife Frances and daughters Ann, wife of Peter O'Neal, Mary, and Margaret. No sons were listed in his will.


Thomas Lamar owned property in England at the time of his death. He made application Nov 24, 1665 for 100 acres of land for transporting himself and wife Mary to the colony. The year before, Nov 8, 1664, he and Peter bought 350 acres in Calvert Co., MD. He lived in Calvert Co., which became Prince George's Co. in 1696. Will Oct 4, 1712. PR May 29, 1714. Various spellings: Lamair, Lemaire, Delemaire, Lemarr, Lamarr, and Lamar.- Source: E. C. McCormick, 1920 Timber Ridge Dr., Cedar Hill, Tx. 75104


Thomas may have been in Maryland as early as 1659. On 20 Aug 1659, a survey was made on eastern shore of Chesapeake Bay, Talbot Co, for "Thomas LAYMOUR".
After wife Mary died, Thomas married Ann Pottinger. Thomas had two sons: Thomas Jr. and John.


DATES:


19 Mar 1663. Statement of account in favor of "Peter Lamore &Bro", 1,800 pounds of tobacco against Thomas Dent.


06 Oct 1663. Peter and Thomas LAREMORE were called for coroner's jury duty at St. Maries Co, MD.


17 Nov 1663. Ceritificates of naturalization issued to "Thomas LEMORE and Peter LEMORE, late of Virginia, and subjects of France."
"Whereas I Thomas and Peter Lamore, LATE OF VIRGINIA and subjects of the
Crown of France...likewise any all liberties franchizes and all
priviledges of THIS OUR PROVINCE OF MARYLAND freely quietly and
peaceably have possess occupy and enjoy as our faithful people born or
to be born within our said Province of Maryland..."


08 Nov 1664. Peter and Thomas LAMORE, bought 350 acres in Calvert Co, MD from William Tennehill


30 Apr 1676. Bought land known as "Fishing Place" which became the seat of his extensive plantation in Calvert Co (In an area that became Prince George's County in 1696


SOURCE: "History of the Lamar or Lemar Family", Harold Dihel Lemar.





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John MCDANIEL

ABT 1700 - ____

ID Number: I60315

  • RESIDENCE: King William Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1700
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2247]

Family 1 : Daughter of ? TINSLEY
  1. +George MCDANIEL

Notes


Spouse: Name Unknown TINSLEY. his father was a native of Scotland.
Children:
John MCDANIEL
William MCDANIEL
Jerry MCDANIEL
Henry MCDANIEL
George MCDANIEL , Sr. b: 17 MAY 1722 d: 15 NOV 1821 + Margaret GOFF b: 1725 d: 1807


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Cynthia Elizabeth MORGAN

16 Jul 1843 - 10 May 1905

ID Number: I58769

  • RESIDENCE: Liberty, Amite Co.MS and New Orleans, LA
  • BIRTH: 16 Jul 1843, Liberty, Amite Co. Mississippi
  • DEATH: 10 May 1905, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • BURIAL: Morgan Cemetery, Liberty, Amite, Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S2163] [S3430] [S3607]
Father: John Gayden MORGAN C.S.A.
Mother: Sarah Augusta E. SITES


Family 1 : Fielding Bradford MORGAN II
  1.  Beatrice R. MORGAN
  2.  Claude Eudeave MORGAN
  3.  Leola MORGAN
  4.  Mattie B. MORGAN
  5.  Eulalia MORGAN
  6.  Leonard Fielding MORGAN

                                                   _Batson MORGAN ______+
                                                  | (1756 - 1828) m 1780
                             _William MORGAN _____|
                            | (1784 - 1838) m 1805|
                            |                     |_Elizabeth WADDELL __+
                            |                       (1764 - 1825) m 1780
 _John Gayden MORGAN C.S.A._|
| (1818 - ....) m 1840      |
|                           |                      _George GAYDEN ______
|                           |                     | (1739 - 1819) m 1782
|                           |_Elizabeth GAYDEN ___|
|                             (1785 - 1854) m 1805|
|                                                 |_Lois COLLINS _______+
|                                                   (1749 - ....) m 1782
|
|--Cynthia Elizabeth MORGAN 
|  (1843 - 1905)
|                                                  _____________________
|                                                 |                     
|                            _Leonard SITES Sr.___|
|                           | (1796 - ....)       |
|                           |                     |_____________________
|                           |                                           
|_Sarah Augusta E. SITES ___|
  (1822 - 1853) m 1840      |
                            |                      _____________________
                            |                     |                     
                            |_____________________|
                                                  |
                                                  |_____________________
                                                                        

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[S3430]

[S3607]


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Gen. George Smith PATTON III WWII

11 Nov 1885 - 21 Dec 1945

ID Number: I75289

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: WW I and II "Old Blood and Guts"; Virginia Military Institute; West Point, 1909
  • RESIDENCE: of VA and Los Angeles, CA
  • BIRTH: 11 Nov 1885, Lake Vinyard, San Gabriel, California
  • DEATH: 21 Dec 1945, car accident in Heidelberg, Germany
  • BURIAL: Luxenbourg American cemetery, Luxenbourg city, Luxenbourg [378382]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2857] [S2856]
Father: George Smith PATTON II
Mother: Ruth WILSON


Family 1 : Beatrice Banning AYER

Notes


General George S. Patton (1885-1945)
The third Patton to bear the name George Smith; attended VMI for one year (1903-1904) as a member of the Class of 1907; appointed to the United States Military Academy in the spring of 1904 and entered West Point in June. While at VMI he studied Algebra, English, History, Drawing and Latin; he was left tackle on the "scrub" football team, a group which scrimmaged several times a week against the varsity team; a classmate described him as "quiet, straight as a string, courteous, well-mannered, more serious minded than lightsome in conversation."
Letter, 1904 January 22, from George S. Patton Sr. discussing West Point appointment.


Children:
6 Beatrice PATTON
6 Ruth Ellen PATTON
6 George Smith PATTON IV (1923)


"General George S. Patton, Jr. had many reasons to be a great military leader. Patton had a long heritage of greatness. His father had lived through the Civil War and had vivid memories of the Confederacy. In the Patton home, there were many mementos of the Civil war; from steel engravings of General Lee and Stonewall Jackson to the shell fragment that was taken from the lifeless body of the first George Patton. In a recent interview, Patton's daughter, Ruth Ellen Patton Totten recalls, "Until he was 15 years old, my father thought those steel engravings were of God and Jesus Christ."


One of the senior Patton's best friends was Colonel John Mosby, the fabled "Grey Ghost" of J.E.B. Stuart's legendary cavalry. During visits to the Patton Ranch in Southern California, Colonel Mosby would re-enact the Civil War with George Junior; playing himself, he let George play the part of General Lee as they would recount the battles of the war, astride their horses.


Although young George was named "Junior", he was actually the third to bear the name George Smith Patton. The first Patton was killed in the Civil War at the Battle of Winchester at the age of 26. He was commanding the 22nd Virginia Regiment in the Shenandoah Valley. Walter Taswell Patton, a brother of the first George Patton was killed at Gettysburg while leading a regiment under the command of Major General George E. Pickett."


Children:
2 beatrice "bee" PATTON b: 1911 d: 1952 + John Knight WATERS
2 Ruth Ellen PATTON b: 28 FEB 1915 d: 25 NOV 1993 + James K. TOTTEN d: 1967
2 George Smith VI PATTON b: 24 DEC 1923 + Joanne HOLBROOK


AIDE DE CAMP TO GENERAL PERSHING, 1916
5TH IN THE PENTATHLON, STOCKHOLM OLYMPICS, 1912
PILOT, HORSEMAN, SAILOR


The controversial Gen. George S. Patton served under Gen. Pershing in World War I and commanded the Seventh Army in World War II during the invasion of Sicily in 1943. He was largely responsible for repelling the German counter-attack at theBattle of the Bulge.


"The object of war is not to die for your country but to make the other bastard die for his." --General George S. Patton


"If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking. " --General George S. Patton


"Through A Glass, Darkly
So forever in the future,
Shall I battle as of yore,
Dying to be born a fighter,
But to die again, once more."
--a poem by George S. Patton


George C. Scott immortalized Gen. Patton in the 1970 Oscar winning film, "Patton."



[S2856]

[378382]
Hamm, Luxembourg (among those who died at the Battle of the Bulge)


                                                                _John Mercer PATTON C.S.A._+
                                                               | (1797 - 1858) m 1823      
                          _George Smith PATTON C.S.A.__________|
                         | (1833 - 1864) m 1855                |
                         |                                     |_Margaret French WILLIAMS _+
                         |                                       (1804 - 1873) m 1823      
 _George Smith PATTON II_|
| (1856 - 1927) m 1884   |
|                        |                                      _Andrew GLASSELL __________+
|                        |                                     | (1793 - 1873) m 1825      
|                        |_Susan Thornton GLASSELL ____________|
|                          (1835 - 1883) m 1855                |
|                                                              |_Susan Thompson THORNTON __+
|                                                                (1804 - 1836) m 1825      
|
|--George Smith PATTON III WWII
|  (1885 - 1945)
|                                                               ___________________________
|                                                              |                           
|                         _Benjamin Davis "Don Benito" WILSON _|
|                        | (1811 - 1878) m 1853                |
|                        |                                     |___________________________
|                        |                                                                 
|_Ruth WILSON ___________|
  (1861 - 1928) m 1884   |
                         |                                      ___________________________
                         |                                     |                           
                         |_Margaret S. HEREFORD _______________|
                           (1820 - 1898) m 1853                |
                                                               |___________________________
                                                                                           

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[S2856]

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Hon. Francis Wilkinson PICKENS Gov. of South Carolina

7 Apr 1805 - 25 Jan 1869

ID Number: I68940

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: Gov. 1860-1862
  • RESIDENCE: Edgefield, Edgefield Co. SC
  • BIRTH: 7 Apr 1805, Toogoodoo River, St. Paulís Parish, Colleton Dist. South Carolina
  • DEATH: 25 Jan 1869, Edgefield, Edgefield Co. South Carolina
  • BURIAL: Willowbrook Cemetery, Edgefield, South Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio Notes [S2629]
Father: Andrew PICKENS Gov. of South Carolina
Mother: Susannah Smith WILKINSON


Family 1 : Margaret Eliza SIMKINS
Family 2 : Marion Antoinette DEARING
Family 3 : Lucy Petway HOLCOMBE

Notes


Pickens, Francis Wilkinson (1805-1869) -- also known as Francis W. Pickens -- of South Carolina. Grandson of Andrew Pickens (1739-1817); son of Andrew Pickens (1779-1838). Born in South Carolina, April 7, 1805. Member of South Carolina state house of representatives, 1832-34; U.S. Representative from South Carolina, 1834-43 (5th District 1834-37, 6th District 1837-39, 5th District 1839-41, 6th District 1841-43); member of South Carolina state senate, 1844-46; U.S. Minister to Russia, 1858-60; Governor of South Carolina, 1860-62. Died in Edgefield, Edgefield County, S.C., January 25, 1869. Interment at Edgefield Cemetery, Edgefield, S.C. See also: congressional biography.


PICKENS, Francis Wilkinson, 1805-1869


----------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------
PICKENS, Francis Wilkinson, (grandson of Andrew Pickens), a Representative from South Carolina; born on a plantation on the Toogoodoo River, St. Paulís Parish, Colleton District, S.C., April 7, 1805; completed preparatory studies; attended Franklin College, Athens, Ga., and was graduated from South Carolina College (now the University of South Carolina) at Columbia; studied law; was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Edgefield District in 1829; engaged in planting; member of the State house of representatives 1832-1833; elected as a Nullifier to the Twenty-third Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of George McDuffie; reelected to the Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth Congresses and as a Democrat to the Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh Congresses and served from December 8, 1834, to March 3, 1843; chairman, Committee on Foreign Affairs (Twenty-sixth Congress); member of the State senate 1844-1846; member of the Nashville southern convention in 1850; delegate to the Democratic National Convention in 1856; unsuccessful candidate for the United States Senate in 1857 to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Andrew P. Butler; Minister to Russia 1858-1860; Governor of South Carolina 1860-1862; died in Edgefield, Edgefield County, S.C., January 25, 1869; interment in Edgefield Cemetery.
Bibliography DAB; Edmunds, John B., Jr. Francis W. Pickens and the Politics of Destruction. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1986.


Major Events and Accomplishments - 1860-1862
South Carolina seceded from the United States - December 20, 1860
Pickens authorized troops to fire on the Star of the West, a Union ship, in the first military engagement of the Civil War - January 9, 1861
South Carolina College closed as a result of the onset of the Civil War - 1862


Francis W. Pickens (1860-1862), son of Governor Andrew Pickens followed Hammond to the governor's chair after a lapse of 16 years. At 27, he was elected without opposition to succeed McDuffie in Congress, and was the presiding officer of the state convention of 1852 which drew up the ordinance affirming the right to secession. He was appointed by President Buchanan to the post of Minister to Russia, returning to South Carolina to be elected to be governor 4 days before the state formally broke with the Union. Pickens died at "Edgewood" at Edgefield and is buried in Edgefield Cemetery. The residence was removed some years ago to Aiken, where it was restored to become the residence of Mrs. J.B. Salley.
http://www.edgefieldsc.org/ten_governors.htm


Francis W. Pickens and the Politics of Destruction (Fred W. Morrison Series in Southern Studies) by John B., Jr. Edmunds Availability: Out of Print--Limited Availability


Francis Wilkinson Pickens served in the Seminole Indian War in Florida in 1835-1836; served in South Carolina Legislature as Rep. of Edgefield Dist.in 1832; served in U.S. Congress as Rep. of the South Carolina Congressional District from 1834-1843, as U.S. Senator of South Carolina of 1844-1858, when President James Buchanan appointed him minister to Russia, where he was stationed in 1858 and 1859 in the Czar's city, St. Petersburg. In prospect of outbreak of the war of 1861-65 he resigned his Russian post for U.S.A. and hastened home in late 1859 or early 1860 and "at a Session of the South Carolina Assembly, called" the Secession Conation" was elected Governor of South Carolina serving through that war until Surrender. Calmly and studiously he led the State to its fatal plunge in December 1860. He ac-
knowledged his responsibility for thus beginning the war.


Children by Simkins:
2 Francis W. PICKENS
2 Maria Simkins PICKENS
2 Eldred Simkins PICKENS
2 Susan Wilkinson PICKENS
2 Andrew PICKENS b: ABT. 1830
2 Eliza Smith PICKENS b: 1833 d: 1895
2 Rebecca PICKENS b: 1833
Marriage 2 Marion Antoinette DEARING Married: 9 JAN 1845
Child: Jennie M. PICKENS
Marriage 3 Lucy Pettway HOLCOMBE Married: 24 APR 1858
Child: Eugenia Frances Dorothea PICKENS b: 14 MAR 1859 in St. Petersburg, Russia





                                                                    _________________________________
                                                                   |                                 
                                         _Andrew PICKENS Sr._______|
                                        | (1739 - 1817) m 1765     |
                                        |                          |_________________________________
                                        |                                                            
 _Andrew PICKENS Gov. of South Carolina_|
| (1779 - 1838) m 1804                  |
|                                       |                           _Ezekiel CALHOUN "the Immigrant"_+
|                                       |                          | (1720 - 1762) m 1742            
|                                       |_Rebecca Floride CALHOUN _|
|                                         (1745 - 1814) m 1765     |
|                                                                  |_Jane EWING _____________________
|                                                                    (1720 - ....) m 1742            
|
|--Francis Wilkinson PICKENS Gov. of South Carolina
|  (1805 - 1869)
|                                                                   _________________________________
|                                                                  |                                 
|                                        __________________________|
|                                       |                          |
|                                       |                          |_________________________________
|                                       |                                                            
|_Susannah Smith WILKINSON _____________|
  (1788 - 1810) m 1804                  |
                                        |                           _________________________________
                                        |                          |                                 
                                        |__________________________|
                                                                   |
                                                                   |_________________________________
                                                                                                     

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Jane SMITH

ABT 1650 - ABT 1666

ID Number: I1721

  • RESIDENCE: Lower Norfolk County, Virginia
  • BIRTH: ABT 1650
  • DEATH: ABT 1666, Norfolk Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S82] [S704]

Family 1 : Richard YATES

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Thomas Crew STANLEY

ABT 1790 - ____

ID Number: I35111

  • RESIDENCE: Cedar Creek, Hanover Co. VA & 1805 Middleton, OH
  • BIRTH: ABT 1790
  • RESOURCES: See: [S264] [S2117]
Father: Thomas STANLEY
Mother: Unity CREW



                                                   _Thomas STANLEY II_____________+
                                                  | (1665 - 1733) m 1685          
                       _John STANLEY "The Eldest"_|
                      | (1691 - 1783) m 1744      |
                      |                           |_Anne? or Mary Holme?__________
                      |                             (1665 - 1703) m 1685          
 _Thomas STANLEY _____|
| (1752 - 1823) m 1780|
|                     |                            _Nicholas HUTCHINS (HUTCHENS) _
|                     |                           | (1680 - ....) m 1701          
|                     |_Martha HUTCHINS __________|
|                       (1709 - 1789) m 1744      |
|                                                 |_Mary WATKINS _________________+
|                                                   (1682 - 1736) m 1701          
|
|--Thomas Crew STANLEY 
|  (1790 - ....)
|                                                  _______________________________
|                                                 |                               
|                      _James CREW _______________|
|                     | (1735 - ....) m 1759      |
|                     |                           |_______________________________
|                     |                                                           
|_Unity CREW _________|
  (1760 - 1852) m 1780|
                      |                            _Benjamin HARRIS ______________+
                      |                           | (1698 - 1765) m 1737          
                      |_Judith HARRIS ____________|
                        (1739 - ....) m 1759      |
                                                  |_Sarah DUMAS __________________+
                                                    (1715 - 1780) m 1737          

Sources

[S264]

[S2117]


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Martha Ann WAGGONER

1836 - ____

ID Number: I104730

  • RESIDENCE: Barren Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1836, Barren Co. Kentucky
  • BURIAL: Crenshaw Cem, Barren Co, Ky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3786]

Family 1 : Thompson CRENSHAW

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Leroy WHEAT Jr.


This person is presumed living.

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