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JOHN FLOOD FLUDD

ABT 1550 - ____

ID Number: I84053

  • RESIDENCE: Kent, England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1550, Brastead, Kent, England
  • RESOURCES: See: notes
Father: Nicholas FLOOD FLUDD


Family 1 :
  1.  Richard FLOOD FLUDD
  2.  Robert FLOOD FLUDD
  3. +KATHERINE FLOOD FLUDD

Notes


CONFLICT in parents:
"The Flood family appear to have come from Brastead and Canterbury in Kent. John Flood was the son of Nicholas Fludd (born ca 1565);


Richard Flood was the son of John Fludd (bapt. 10 August 1572 at Brastead, Kent) and a younger daughter was Katherine Fludd (bapt. 31 August 1579 ), who married Thomas Lunsford at Greenwich St. Alphage. They were the parents of Thomas Lunsford who was the second husband of Elizabeth Wormeley, who married Richard Kempe, Secretary of Virginia, as her first husband [see Noel-Currer-Briggs, "The Search for Mr. Thomas Kirbye, Gent.", Phillimore and Co., 1987]."



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 _Nicholas FLOOD FLUDD _|
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|--JOHN FLOOD FLUDD 
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Charles BIBB

____ - ____

ID Number: I93336

  • RESIDENCE: King William Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2823]
Father: Benjamin BIBB II
Mother: Nancy FLEMING


Family 1 : Elizabeth Woolfolk CHILES

                                                         ________________________________
                                                        |                                
                       _Benjamin BIBB I "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1640 - 1702)                   |
                      |                                 |________________________________
                      |                                                                  
 _Benjamin BIBB II____|
| (1663 - 1744) m 1686|
|                     |                                  ________________________________
|                     |                                 |                                
|                     |_________________________________|
|                                                       |
|                                                       |________________________________
|                                                                                        
|
|--Charles BIBB 
|  
|                                                        _THOMAS FLEMING "the Immigrant"_+
|                                                       | (1600 - 1683)                  
|                      _John FLEMING ___________________|
|                     | (1627 - 1686)                   |
|                     |                                 |_JUDITH Ursula TARLETON ________
|                     |                                   (1610 - ....)                  
|_Nancy FLEMING ______|
  (1670 - 1720) m 1686|
                      |                                  ________________________________
                      |                                 |                                
                      |_________________________________|
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Sir RICHARD BUCKELEY Knt. of Wales

1565 - 1640

ID Number: I103323

  • TITLE: Sir
  • RESIDENCE: Wales
  • BIRTH: 1565, Anglesey
  • DEATH: 1640
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S3740]

Family 1 : MARY de BURGH
  1.  KATHERINE BUCKELEY
  2. +PENELOPE BUCKELEY of Wales

Notes


Father: Richard Bulkeley b. 1533 Mother: Katherine Davenport


The family of Bulkeley has been traced back to the reign of King John. William Bulkeley, in the reign of king Henry the sixth, adhered to the party of the house of Lancaster in the civil wars. Richard, third in descent from William, had issue


Richard
Lancelot, who was elected 11 August 1619 lord archbishop of Dublin, and died 8 September 1650. Richard, his grandson, was created a baronet of the kingdom of Ireland by king Charles the second 9 December 1682, which title became extinct 7 April 1710.


Thomas, son of Richard son of Richard, was created by king Charles the 1st 19 January 1643 viscount Bulkeley of Cashel of the kingdom of Ireland.


Richard, fourth lord viscount Bulkeley, third in descent from Thomas, married Bridget, daughter of James 1st earl of Abingdon; by which lady, who died June 1753, he had issue,


Richard, fifth lord viscount Bulkeley, who married 12 January 1732 Jane, daughter and heiress of Lewis Owen of Peniarth in the county of Merioneth esquire; and dying 15 March 1739, his lady married secondly Edward Williams of the Custom-house esquire.


James, sixth lord viscount Bulkeley, married Emma, daughter and heiress of Thomas Rowlands of Carew in the isle of Anglesea esquire; by which lady, who married secondly Sir Hugh Williams of Penrhyn in the county of Carnarvon baronet, and died 18 August 1780, he had issue Thomas James, present and seventh lord viscount Bulkeley.


Eleanor, married to George Harvey of Tiddington in the county of Oxford esquire.


Anne, married to William, grandson of James, 1st earl of Abingdon.


Elizabeth, married to William Price of Rulace esquire. Lord Bulkeley died 4 June 1724.


C R E A T I O N.


Baron Bulkeley of Beaumaris in the county of Anglesea 14 March 1784.


C H I E F S E A T.


Baron Hill in the isle of Anglesea


From: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/History/Barons/barons10.html
Annals and Antiquities, County Families of Wales Anglesey

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Mandana M. COLLINSWORTH

ABT 1824 - 30 Aug 1853

ID Number: I2684

  • RESIDENCE: Putnam Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1824, Putnam Co.Georgia
  • DEATH: 30 Aug 1853, Putnam Co. Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S342] [S1002]
Father: John COLLINSWORTH
Mother: Mildred Louisa SCARBOROUGH


Family 1 : John T. FLANDERS

Notes


Aka: Julia (Mandonia?) or Mandanea M., Mandana M.
Obit: Marriage and Death Notices from the Southern Christian Advocate, Author: Brent Holcomb, Publication: Geneological Publishing Company, Page: Page 319, Text: 1st October 1853: Died, August 30 in Putnam Co, Georgia Mrs. Mandanea M. Flanders, in the 29th year of her age....a little more than two years before her decease, her husband, the Rev. J. Flanders, was taken to his reward...daughter of John Collinsworth... left a daughter not quite two years old. William Arnold
Child: Julia Flanders Birth: 1851 in Putnam County, Georgia.


                                                          _John COLLINSWORTH __+
                                                         | (1720 - ....) m 1750
                               _William COLLINSWORTH Sr._|
                              | (1754 - 1799) m 1779     |
                              |                          |_Hannah WHITE _______
                              |                            (1720 - ....) m 1750
 _John COLLINSWORTH __________|
| (1786 - 1834) m 1816        |
|                             |                           _____________________
|                             |                          |                     
|                             |_Abagail "Abba"___________|
|                               (1760 - 1807) m 1779     |
|                                                        |_____________________
|                                                                              
|
|--Mandana M. COLLINSWORTH 
|  (1824 - 1853)
|                                                         _____________________
|                                                        |                     
|                              __________________________|
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|                             |                          |_____________________
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|_Mildred Louisa SCARBOROUGH _|
  (1797 - 1873) m 1816        |
                              |                           _____________________
                              |                          |                     
                              |__________________________|
                                                         |
                                                         |_____________________
                                                                               

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Maude DAMERON

ABT 1870 - ____

ID Number: I16832

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1870
  • RESOURCES: See: [S336]

Family 1 : Henly Vaughn SANDIDGE

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Julia Boggs DENT

26 Jan 1826 - 14 Dec 1902

ID Number: I68132

  • RESIDENCE: St. Louis, MO and Galena, IL and Washington DC and NY
  • BIRTH: 26 Jan 1826, St. Louis Missouri
  • DEATH: 14 Dec 1902, Washington, DC
  • BURIAL: Riverside park, New York city
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes [S2586]
Father: Frederick T. DENT
Mother: Ellen Bray WRENSHALL


Family 1 : Ulysses Simpson GRANT 18th President of USA
  1.  Frederick Dent GRANT

Notes


The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volume IV G
"GRANT, Julia Dent, wife of President Grant, was born in St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 26, 1826; daughter of Frederick and Ellen (Wrenshall) Dent. She attended the boarding school of Miss Moreau in St. Louis, 1836-44, and the latter year became engaged to Lieut. U.S. Grant, then stationed with the 4th U.S. infantry at Jefferson barracks, and they were married Aug. 22, 1848, after the return of Grant, a captain, from the Mexican war. She spent most of the first four years of her married life in camp with her husband, who was stationed at Detroit, Mich., and Sacket Harbor, N.Y. When he was ordered to the Pacific coast she returned to her home in St. Louis and in 1854 she was joined by her husband who had resigned from the army.


She shared with him the domestic hardships and privations of the next six years and in 1860 they removed with their children to Galena, Ill., where in 1861 Captain Grant entered the volunteer army and rapidly rose to command the armies of the United States. She accompanied him in many of his campaigns and in 1864-65 made her home in camp at City Point, Va., where she witnessed the closing scenes of the war. Through two administrations she was mistress of the White House, and she accompanied her husband in his tour around the world. After General Grant's death congress voted her a pension of $5000 a year and she received for the benefit of her children from the publishers of "the Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant," up wards of half a million of dollars as royalty on its sale. Three sons and one daughter were born to her: the eldest, Frederick Dent, was graduated at the U.S. military acedemy; Ulysses S. settled in California; Jesse made his home with his mother, and Nellie was married in 1874 to Algernon Sartoris and lived in England till 1895 when she returned to the United States with her children and in 1898 by special act of congress, was restored to her citizenship. At the request of her husband it was provided that after the death of Mrs. Grant her body should find sepulture in the same tomb that held his own, and in constructing the Grant tomb at Riverside park, New York city, provision was thus made. In 1898, she accepted the presidency of the Woman's national war relief association, organized for service in the war with Spain. She died in Washington, Dec. 14, 1902."


daughter of Frederick T. Dent and a sister of Capt. Frederick T. Dent, a classmate of Grant at West Point.


                                               _Peter DENT _________+
                                              | (1727 - 1785)       
                         _George DENT ________|
                        | (1755 - 1812)       |
                        |                     |_____________________
                        |                                           
 _Frederick T. DENT ____|
| (1790 - ....)         |
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|                       |_____________________|
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|                                             |_____________________
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|--Julia Boggs DENT 
|  (1826 - 1902)
|                                              _____________________
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|                        _____________________|
|                       |                     |
|                       |                     |_____________________
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|_Ellen Bray WRENSHALL _|
  (1800 - ....)         |
                        |                      _____________________
                        |                     |                     
                        |_____________________|
                                              |
                                              |_____________________
                                                                    

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Sarah "Sallie" MOFFET

ABT 1804 - ____

ID Number: I45357

  • RESIDENCE: Augusta Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1804
  • RESOURCES: See: [S125] [S2453]

Family 1 : Andrew Matthew GATEWOOD
  1.  Charles GATEWOOD
  2.  Hannah Moffett GATEWOOD

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Jacob TYREE Jr.

6 Mar 1768 - 8 Feb 1847

ID Number: I32753

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 6 Mar 1768
  • DEATH: 8 Feb 1847, Amherst Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1240] [S3024]
Father: Jacob TYREE Sr.
Mother: Mary


Family 1 : Martha ALLEN
  1.  Linsey Whillock TYREE

Notes


Children:
Linsey Whillock TYREE 13 Jun 1804
Bethania Hylton TYREE 31 May 1805
Hannah Cary TYREE 28 May 1806
Samuel Lee TYRE 08 Apr 1808
Jane N ?heves TYREE 20 May 1809
George Allen TYREE 30 Jul 1810
Mary Ann TYREE 15 Dec 1811
Frances TYREE 16 Jun 1813
Rev. Cornelius TYREE 21 Sep 1814
Jacob TYREE Jr 22 Feb 1816
Martha TYREE 29 Jul 1817
William A TYREE 14 Jan 1824

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 _Jacob TYREE Sr._____|
| (1719 - 1801) m 1742|
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|--Jacob TYREE Jr.
|  (1768 - 1847)
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|_Mary________________|
  (1720 - 1796) m 1742|
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John de VAULT C.S.A.

30 Jul 1819 - 4 Feb 1897

ID Number: I80732

  • RESIDENCE: Leesburg, Washington Co. TN
  • OCCUPATION: CSA; Tavern keeper
  • BIRTH: 30 Jul 1819, DeVault Tavern, Leesburg, Washington Co. Tennessee
  • DEATH: 4 Feb 1897, Leesburg, Washington Co. Tennessee [407162]
  • BURIAL: Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Leesburg, Washington Co. Tennessee
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3056] [S3457]
Father: Frederick (DeWald) de VAULT
Mother: Margaret RANGE


Family 1 : Amanda Jane RUSSELL
  1. +Mary Jane de VAULT
  2.  William Bruce de VAULT M.D.
  3.  Henry Upton de VAULT
  4.  John Baker de VAULT
  5.  Frederick Russell VAULT
Family 2 : Mary C. CARMACK
  1.  Robert Burns VAULT
  2.  Infant de VAULT

Notes


"Aka: John Davault. Lived all his life in the DeVault Tavern or in a house across the road. The place across the road was called Sunnyside.


John Davault was the sixth child of Frederick and Margaret Davault. He was born in Leesburg, Tennessee, in 1819, while the Tavern was being built. In 1842 he married Amanda Jane Russell. Amanda died in 1865 and John married Mary C. Carmack in 1867. John and Amanda lived in a house (called Sunnyside) that was located across the road from the DeVault Tavern and he operated the Tavern after the death of his father.


During his life he made three trips to Missouri. The first trip, to see his brothers, Peter and Henry, and his sister, Catherine, was made in 1841. He made the trip on horseback and kept a day-by-day diary of expenses and mileage. It took him 19 days and the total cost one way was $16.60. He spent 58 days visiting in Missouri and his return trip took 25 days as it was then winter time. When John arrived at Peter's home, neither Peter, nor his wife, Mary, recognized him. They would not believe that he was John until he showed them the name in his hat band. When Peter and Mary left Tennessee, in 1831, John was just twelve years old -- it had been ten years since they had last seen him.


John's second trip was made in the late summer of 1850 and was in regard to the settlement of his father's estate. John was the executor and payments were to be made to Peter, Henry and Catherine. He made this trip in a two-horse carriage, with his wife and young son, William Bruce DeVault, then three years old. His last trip to Missouri was made in 1859. He traveled by train, boat, train again and finally by stage.


John fought in the Civil War on the Confederate Side. There is a story that was told by Russell (Frederick Russell) DeVault. about his father. It seems that the lines of the two armies were continually changing. Sometimes the Union soldiers were near the Tavern and sometimes the Confederates. From time to time John would return home to see his wife. When the Union troops were near the Tavern, John would hide in a hole dug under the floor boards of one of the slave cabins located behind the Tavern. Across the road from the Tavern there is a spring house. (It is still standing today.) Next to the spring house was a large oak tree. Russell says that once, when he was a boy, he picked a peck of bullets out of this tree after a skirmish. Three months after the war ended John was sworn back into the Union (July 17, 1865).


John died in 1897 and was buried in the graveyard of the nearby Presbyterian Church. The name on his stone is spelled DeVault, a spelling he never used, but was used by all of his children.


GRAVE STONE


JOHN DEVAULT
BORN
JULY 30, 1819
DIED
FEB. 4, 1897
AGED
77 YRS. 6 MOS. 4 DAS
DEVAULT"




[S3056]

[407162]
d. of Pneumonia


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                                                                                  |  
                                _Henry (Heinrich Dewald) de VAULT "the Immigrant"_|
                               | (1733 - 1817) m 1760                             |
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                               |                                                     
 _Frederick (DeWald) de VAULT _|
| (1778 - 1847) m 1803         |
|                              |                                                   __
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|                              |_Catherine Maria GREAVER _________________________|
|                                (1737 - 1830) m 1760                             |
|                                                                                 |__
|                                                                                    
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|--John de VAULT C.S.A.
|  (1819 - 1897)
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|                               _Peter RANGE _____________________________________|
|                              | (1749 - 1817) m 1776                             |
|                              |                                                  |__
|                              |                                                     
|_Margaret RANGE ______________|
  (1785 - 1865) m 1803         |
                               |                                                   __
                               |                                                  |  
                               |_Elizabeth RONIMUS? ______________________________|
                                 (1756 - 1832) m 1776                             |
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