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John CARNEY IV C.S.A.

17 May 1827 - 3 Jul 1895

ID Number: I96427

  • OCCUPATION: CSA Co. D, 40Th Alabama; Battle at Lookout Mtn, TN
  • RESIDENCE: MS and Choctaw Co. AL
  • BIRTH: 17 May 1827, Mississippi
  • DEATH: 3 Jul 1895, Needham, Choctaw Co, Alabama
  • BURIAL: Brightwater Cemetary, Needham, Choctaw Co, AL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3534]
Father: John (Jack) CARNEY III
Mother: Mary Ann SIMMONS


Notes


24 Nov 1863 Wounded At Battle Of Lookout Mtn. TN. After being wounded at Lookout Mountain, TN., John was hospitalized on November 24, 1863. The Confederate Hospital was overrun by Union Troops and John was transferred to the USA General Hospital in Chattanooga, TN. Listed on Union muster rolls as John Carney (Rebel). Found head stone at Brightwater Cemetery April 15, 1998.


Marriage 1 Sarah COX b: 5 Jul 1826 in Alabama Married: 7 Sep 1847 in Washington County, Alabama; Alt. Marriage Alt. Marriage 17 Sep 1847 in Washington Co AL, Chatom.


Children:
2 George Wriley CARNEY b: 3 Jun 1851 d: 24 May 1918 + Mary Harriet BROADHEAD b: 25 Mar 1853 d: 5 Dec 1914
2 Louisa June CARNEY b: 3 Aug 1854 d: 7 Dec 1930 + James TURNER b: 25 Nov 1852 d: 18 Oct 1925
2 Susan CARNEY b: 2 Sep 1857 d: 4 Oct 1911
2 Catherine CARNEY b: 11 Jan 1859
2 Barbra Ellen CARNEY b: 30 May 1862 d: Abt 1926
2 John CARNEY b: 24 Apr 1866
2 Sarah CARNEY b: 20 Aug 1868 d: 15 Feb 1898


                                                _John CARNEY I_______
                                               | (1748 - 1838)       
                          _John CARNEY II______|
                         | (1775 - 1855)       |
                         |                     |_____________________
                         |                                           
 _John (Jack) CARNEY III_|
| (1795 - 1865) m 1815   |
|                        |                      _____________________
|                        |                     |                     
|                        |_____________________|
|                                              |
|                                              |_____________________
|                                                                    
|
|--John CARNEY IV C.S.A.
|  (1827 - 1895)
|                                               _____________________
|                                              |                     
|                         _____________________|
|                        |                     |
|                        |                     |_____________________
|                        |                                           
|_Mary Ann SIMMONS ______|
  (1800 - ....) m 1815   |
                         |                      _____________________
                         |                     |                     
                         |_____________________|
                                               |
                                               |_____________________
                                                                     

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Asenath Alice ERWIN

21 Oct 1855 - 3 Apr 1949

ID Number: I4004

  • RESIDENCE: Marshall Co. AL; CA
  • BIRTH: 21 Oct 1855, AL
  • DEATH: 3 Apr 1949, CA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S127]
Father: William Robb ERWIN
Mother: Lucinda Caroline UPSHAW


Family 1 : James Simpson BAIN JR

                                                  _____________________________
                                                 |                             
                            _____________________|
                           |                     |
                           |                     |_____________________________
                           |                                                   
 _William Robb ERWIN ______|
| (1822 - 1885) m 1840     |
|                          |                      _____________________________
|                          |                     |                             
|                          |_____________________|
|                                                |
|                                                |_____________________________
|                                                                              
|
|--Asenath Alice ERWIN 
|  (1855 - 1949)
|                                                 _John UPSHAW Sr._____________+
|                                                | (1755 - 1834) m 1776        
|                           _James UPSHAW _______|
|                          | (1789 - 1846) m 1810|
|                          |                     |_Amy GATEWOOD _______________+
|                          |                       (1757 - 1826) m 1776        
|_Lucinda Caroline UPSHAW _|
  (1822 - 1901) m 1840     |
                           |                      _John HAM ___________________+
                           |                     | (1763 - 1821) m 1787        
                           |_Lucinda HAM ________|
                             (1788 - 1862) m 1810|
                                                 |_Elizabeth "Betsy" GATEWOOD _+
                                                   (1771 - 1861) m 1787        

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William A. HARRIS

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I83823

  • RESIDENCE: of Albermarle or Louisa Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3120]
Father: Nathan HARRIS
Mother: Ann Allan ANDERSON



                                             _Robert Overton HARRIS __+
                                            | (1696 - 1765) m 1719    
                       _James HARRIS _______|
                      | (1721 - 1792)       |
                      |                     |_Mourning Gleason GLENN _+
                      |                       (1702 - 1775) m 1719    
 _Nathan HARRIS ______|
| (1771 - 1852)       |
|                     |                      _________________________
|                     |                     |                         
|                     |_Mary HARRIS? _______|
|                       (1730 - ....)       |
|                                           |_________________________
|                                                                     
|
|--William A. HARRIS 
|  (1820 - ....)
|                                            _________________________
|                                           |                         
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_________________________
|                     |                                               
|_Ann Allan ANDERSON _|
  (1800 - ....)       |
                      |                      _________________________
                      |                     |                         
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_________________________
                                                                      

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James LATIMER II

ABT 1710 - 1774

ID Number: I43081

  • RESIDENCE: Maycock's Rest, MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1710, MD
  • DEATH: 1774, Maycock's Rest, Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S649] [S1070]
Father: James LATIMER I of Maycock Rest
Mother: Mary BRANDT


Family 1 : Hannah COTTERELL
  1. +Benjamin LATIMER
  2.  Marcus LATIMER

Notes


James will is in Annapolis-He was prominent in Colonial Affairs.

                                                         __
                                                        |  
                                   _Stephen LATIMER ____|
                                  | (1650 - ....)       |
                                  |                     |__
                                  |                        
 _James LATIMER I of Maycock Rest_|
| (1670 - 1718)                   |
|                                 |                      __
|                                 |                     |  
|                                 |_____________________|
|                                                       |
|                                                       |__
|                                                          
|
|--James LATIMER II
|  (1710 - 1774)
|                                                        __
|                                                       |  
|                                  _____________________|
|                                 |                     |
|                                 |                     |__
|                                 |                        
|_Mary BRANDT ____________________|
  (1674 - 1715)                   |
                                  |                      __
                                  |                     |  
                                  |_____________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |__
                                                           

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Donna Isabella MAYS

ABT 1870 - ____

ID Number: I48448

  • RESIDENCE: Grayson Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1870
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1724]

Family 1 : James Henry WOOD

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EDWARD de NEVILLE 1st Baron of Abergavenny

ABT 1417 - 18 Oct 1476

ID Number: I27160

  • OCCUPATION: Knt. of the Garter
  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1417, Of Raby With Kev, Staindrop, Durham,England
  • DEATH: 18 Oct 1476, Durham, England [137878]
  • BURIAL: Priory Church, Abergavenny, Monmouth, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S24] [S810] [S1418] [S1578] [S1805] [S2120]
Father: RALPH de NEVILLE 4th Lord of Raby P.C. K.G
Mother: JOAN de BEAUFORT of Lancaster


Family 1 : ELIZABETH de BEAUCHAMP
  1. +GEORGE NEVILLE 2nd Lord Abergavenny, Knt
Family 2 : KATHERINE HOWARD
  1. +CATHERINE NEVILLE
  2. +MARGARET NEVILLE

Notes


Lord Abergavenny. he inherited her first wife family title. Youngest and 9th son of Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmoreland.
"As a consequence of this marriage he became possessed of the castle & lands of Bergavenny, & was summoned to Parliament as Baron Bergavenny from Sept. 1450 to 19 Aug. 1472. He was an active Yorkist, and high in the confidence of his nephew, King Edward IV."


Children:
1. Alice NEVILLE
2. Richard NEVILLE
3. Elizabeth NEVILLE
4. George NEVILLE (2° B. Abergavenny)
5. Henry NEVILLE (b. ABT 1444)


Married 2: Catherine HOWARD 15 Oct 1448 in Dispensation
6. Margaret NEVILLE (B. Cobham)
7. Catherine NEVILLE
8. Anne NEVILLE
9. Henry NEVILLE (Sir Knight)
10. William NEVILLE
11. Edward NEVILLE



[S2120]

[137878]
d. October 18 1486

[523701]
Dispensation date


                                                                                               _RALPH de NEVILLE Lord Neville Of Raby_+
                                                                                              | (1291 - 1367) m 1326                  
                                              _JOHN de NEVILLE 3rd Baron of Raby______________|
                                             | (1331 - 1388) m 1357                           |
                                             |                                                |_ALICE de AUDLEY ______________________+
                                             |                                                  (1300 - 1374) m 1326                  
 _RALPH de NEVILLE 4th Lord of Raby P.C. K.G_|
| (1363 - 1425) m 1395                       |
|                                            |                                                 _HENRY de PERCY 2nd Lord of Alnwick____+
|                                            |                                                | (1300 - 1351) m 1314                  
|                                            |_MAUD de PERCY of Alnwick_______________________|
|                                              (1335 - 1378) m 1357                           |
|                                                                                             |_IDOINE de CLIFFORD ___________________+
|                                                                                               (1303 - 1365) m 1314                  
|
|--EDWARD de NEVILLE 1st Baron of Abergavenny
|  (1417 - 1476)
|                                                                                              _EDWARD III PLANTAGENET of England_____+
|                                                                                             | (1312 - 1377) m 1327                  
|                                             _JOHN of Gaunt PLANTAGENET of Castille and Leon_|
|                                            | (1340 - 1399) m 1396                           |
|                                            |                                                |_PHILIPPA d'Avesnes de HAINAULT _______+
|                                            |                                                  (1311 - 1369) m 1327                  
|_JOAN de BEAUFORT of Lancaster______________|
  (1379 - 1440) m 1395                       |
                                             |                                                 _PAYN (PAIN) de ROET Knt.______________
                                             |                                                | (1310 - ....)                         
                                             |_KATHERINE de ROET _____________________________|
                                               (1350 - 1403) m 1396                           |
                                                                                              |_UNNAMED_______________________________
                                                                                                (1315 - ....)                         

Sources

[S24]

[S810]

[S1418]

[S1578]

[S1805]

[S2120]

[S2120]


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John Ryder NEVITT

ABT 1747 - 13 Apr 1772

ID Number: I91060

  • RESIDENCE: Dorchester Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1747
  • DEATH: 13 Apr 1772, Choptank River, Dorchester Co. Maryland
  • BURIAL: Christ Church Cem, Cambridge, Dorchester Co., MD
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3378]

Family 1 : Sarah Ennalls MAYNADIER
  1. +Mary NEVETT

Notes


Father: Thomas Nevett b: 1684; Mother: Sarah Rider b: 1710
Children
Mary Nevett Marriage 1 James Steele b: 18 Mar 1760
"Infant Son" Nevitt

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John Mosbey RICE

16 Jun 1773 - ____

ID Number: I98797

  • RESIDENCE: of Cumberland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 16 Jun 1773
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1235]
Father: Samuel R. RICE
Mother: Agnes MOSBY


Notes


Samuel purchased land in Cumberland Co., VA in Dec 1772 from Daniel and Jemima Russell. The assumption is that son of Samuel and Agnes, John Rice b June 1773, was born on the property, but no proof at this time.

                                                 _(RESEARCH QUERY) RICE _
                                                |                        
                       _Samuel RICE ____________|
                      | (1720 - ....)           |
                      |                         |________________________
                      |                                                  
 _Samuel R. RICE _____|
| (1743 - 1813) m 1772|
|                     |                          ________________________
|                     |                         |                        
|                     |_Fanny RUSSELL __________|
|                       (1720 - ....)           |
|                                               |________________________
|                                                                        
|
|--John Mosbey RICE 
|  (1773 - ....)
|                                                ________________________
|                                               |                        
|                      _(QUERY RESEARCH) MOSBY _|
|                     |                         |
|                     |                         |________________________
|                     |                                                  
|_Agnes MOSBY ________|
  (1748 - ....) m 1772|
                      |                          ________________________
                      |                         |                        
                      |_________________________|
                                                |
                                                |________________________
                                                                         

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Geraldine Elizabeth SWARTZ

20 Apr 1882 - 13 Mar 1926

ID Number: I67902

  • RESIDENCE: Chemung Co. NY
  • BIRTH: 20 Apr 1882, Chemung Co, NY
  • DEATH: 13 Mar 1926, Chemung Co, NY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2574]
Father: Melvin Frank SWARTZ
Mother: Mary Isabell "Belle" BIRD


Notes


+Aaron Jacob Arnold b: 10 March 1874 in Bradford Co, PA m: Abt. January 1903 in Chemung Co, NY d: Abt. November 1932 in Chemung Co, NY
6 Esther Belle Arnold b: 18 May 1904 in Chemung Co, NY d: 20 October 1988 in Chemung Co, NY
+Howard Edwin Johnson b: 11 May 1899 in Chemung Co, NY m: 23 September 1925 in Chemung Co, NY d: 21 July 1978 in Chemung Co, NY
6 Louelle May Arnold b: 17 August 1905 in Chemung Co, NY d: 24 October 1996 in Chemung Co, NY
+Merrill Carl Robinson b: 17 August 1905 in Chemung Co, NY m: 17 August 1929 in Chemung Co, NY d: 16 February 1966 in Chemung Co, NY
7 Merrill Gene Robinson b: Private +Judith Anne Reese b: Private m: Private
8 Joy Alesa Robinson b: Private + David Glen Greenwald b: Private m: Private
8 Ann Marie Robinson b: Private + Peter Crane Spuller b: Private m: Private
9 Nicholas Ryan Spuller b: Private
8 Holly Lynn Robinson b: Private + Robert Joseph Squiric b: Private m: Private
9 Taylor Robinson Squiric b: Private
6 Edward Frank Arnold b: Aft. 1903 d: Unknown + Dorothy Josephine Evertts b: Private m: Private
7 Dean Edward Arnold b: Private +Altheda Jane Watkins b: Private m: Private
8 Margaret Jean Arnold b: Private +Mark Allen Higgins b: Private m: Private
9 Brian David Higgins b: Private
8 David Edward Arnold b: Private
*2nd Wife of Dean Edward Arnold: +Juliet Keith Johnson b: Private m: Private
7 David Evertts Arnold b: Private +Susan Chesley Darsie b: Private m: Private
8 Kimberly Susan Arnold b: Private
8 Douglas Edward Arnold b: Private
6 Alta Jessie Arnold b: Abt. September 1911 in Yates Co, NY d: 22 January 1912 in Yates Co, NY
6 Anna Jeannette Arnold b: 23 October 1912 in Yates Co, NY d: 29 November 1943 in Yates Co, NY +Samuel VanDyck Sadler, Sr. b: 01 January 1907 d: Unknown in Philadelphia, PA
7 Samuel VanDyck Sadler, Jr. b: Private + Marlys Jean Roemhild b: Private m: Private
8 Anna Jeannette Sadler b: Private
8 Kathleen Sue Sadler b: Private
8 Diana Lynn Sadler b: Private
6 Aaron Russell Arnold b: 19 January 1914 in Yates Co, NY d: 02 November 1991 in Fort Lauderdale, FL
+Shirley Elizabeth Evans b: Private m: Private


                                                    _Baltas (Leobathasar) SWARTZ (SCHWARTZ) _+
                                                   | (1772 - 1820)                           
                              _Elias M. SWARTZ ____|
                             | (1812 - 1859) m 1832|
                             |                     |_Margaret HUPPMAN (HOFFMAN) _____________
                             |                       (1770 - ....)                           
 _Melvin Frank SWARTZ _______|
| (1853 - 1917) m 1876       |
|                            |                      _Samuel MILLER Jr._______________________+
|                            |                     | (1767 - 1839) m 1789                    
|                            |_Azuba MILLER _______|
|                              (1814 - 1888) m 1832|
|                                                  |_Susannah PHILLIPS ______________________+
|                                                    (1773 - 1849) m 1789                    
|
|--Geraldine Elizabeth SWARTZ 
|  (1882 - 1926)
|                                                   _________________________________________
|                                                  |                                         
|                             _____________________|
|                            |                     |
|                            |                     |_________________________________________
|                            |                                                               
|_Mary Isabell "Belle" BIRD _|
  (1856 - 1917) m 1876       |
                             |                      _________________________________________
                             |                     |                                         
                             |_____________________|
                                                   |
                                                   |_________________________________________
                                                                                             

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Philip THURMOND Sr.

ABT 1710 - BET 1771 AND 0000

ID Number: I52364

  • RESIDENCE: Saint Ann's Parish, Albemarle Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1710
  • DEATH: BET 1771 AND 0000
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1878]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) THURMAN THURMOND


Family 1 : Mary
  1.  John THURMOND
  2. +Philip THURMOND Jr.
  3.  Benjamin THURMOND
  4.  William THURMOND
  5.  Thomas THURMOND

Notes


"Clerk's Office Albemarle County, Virginia. 1774 Will of Philip Thurmond Senr. Book 2 page 309. IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN, I Philip Thurmond, Senr. of Saint Ann's Parish of Albemarle County being in perfect health and sound memory do constitute this to be my last Will and Testament Revoking and annulling all other wills and Testaments and do appoint this to be observed in the following manner. Imprimis. I do order all these debts or dues as I owe to any person what soever shall well and Truly paud off by my Executors hereafter named.


ITEM. I land to my dear and Loving wife this Tract of Land as I now live on with the plantation and housing and six negroes Peter, Charles, Sam, Jenny, Manner, Age. Three feather bedds & furniture & the rest of my household goods and the third part of my stock of all sorts of all during her natural life, or widowhood but if she marrys or it be pleased God to call her out of this Life, then the Land to be sold at the highest bidder & and be equally divided among


my five sons John Thurmond, Benjamin Thurmond, Phillip Thurmond, William Thurmond, and Thomas Thurmond, then the above mentioned negroes stock & household goods to be sold at the highest bidder & be equally divided among all my children boys & girls.


Elizabeth Thurmond the wife of John Thurmond, to have an equal part with the Rest at my Decease -- at my Decease the Tract of Land lying on Dog Creek containing four hundred acres joining Colo. Martin's Land, Arthur Hopkins & Thomas Appleberry's Land to be sold at the highest Bidder and be Equally divided among my five sons John Thurmond, Benjamin Thurmond, Philip Thurmond, & William Thurmond and Thomas Thurmond. Then all the Rest of my negroes and stock to be sold at the highest bidders & be Equally divided among my children Boys & girls.


Elizabeth Thurmond the wife of John Thurmond and Equal part with the rest and I constitute & appoint my wife Mary Thurmond, John Henderson Jr., my son John Thurmond and son Philip Thurmond all Executors of this my Last will & Testament & ()() to my wife & children. In witness whereof I have ()()() & seal this Eight day of October in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy one.
Philip Thurmond, Senr. (Seal)(Almost illegible) (His Mark)
- William Appleberry - William X Burgess - Edward X Burgess


At Albemarle October Courts 1774. This will was presented to court and proved by the oath of Thomas Kent, William Appleberry and William Burruss. Three Witnesses thereto and ordered to be Recorded and on the notion of John Henderson, John Thurmond & Philip Thurman. Executors therein, named who made oath in the form on their giving security whereupon they Entered into bond with William Gooch, David Duncan, Thomas Na, John Dickson, & Thomas Dickerson their Securities and acknowledged it accordingly. Teste: John Nichols Clk.
I declare this to be a true copy of the will of Phillip Thurmond, Senior, as recorded in the Clerk's Office of Albemarle County, Virginia. Copied by me. Jennie T. Grayson, October 1950." [S1878]


                                         __
                                        |  
                                      __|
                                     |  |
                                     |  |__
                                     |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) THURMAN THURMOND _|
|                                    |
|                                    |   __
|                                    |  |  
|                                    |__|
|                                       |
|                                       |__
|                                          
|
|--Philip THURMOND Sr.
|  (1710 - 1771)
|                                        __
|                                       |  
|                                     __|
|                                    |  |
|                                    |  |__
|                                    |     
|____________________________________|
                                     |
                                     |   __
                                     |  |  
                                     |__|
                                        |
                                        |__
                                           

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Thomas TINSLEY

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I35844

  • RESIDENCE: TN or KY?
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1304]
Father: Moses TINSLEY
Mother: Elizabeth Betsy TURNER


Family 1 : Margaret

Notes


(Children: C. J., C., Moses, A., Enoch, L., Cynthia A., K., M. J.)

                                                 _Edward TINSLEY Sr._______+
                                                | (1704 - 1782) m 1724     
                           _Isaac TINSLEY Sr.___|
                          | (1738 - 1814) m 1772|
                          |                     |_Margaret TAYLOR _________+
                          |                       (1705 - 1782) m 1724     
 _Moses TINSLEY __________|
| (1778 - ....) m 1798    |
|                         |                      _Ambrose LEA\LEE _________+
|                         |                     | (1730 - 1764) m 1752     
|                         |_Jane LEA\LEE _______|
|                           (1756 - 1833) m 1772|
|                                               |_Frances PENN ____________+
|                                                 (1734 - 1812) m 1752     
|
|--Thomas TINSLEY 
|  (1800 - ....)
|                                                _Terrisha "Terry" TURNER _+
|                                               | (1710 - 1802) m 1740     
|                          _John TURNER ________|
|                         | (1750 - 1820) m 1776|
|                         |                     |_Sarah WIMPY _____________
|                         |                       (1720 - 1807) m 1740     
|_Elizabeth Betsy TURNER _|
  (1784 - ....) m 1798    |
                          |                      _James SUDDARTH __________
                          |                     | (1726 - 1800)            
                          |_Mildred SUDDARTH ___|
                            (1755 - 1810) m 1776|
                                                |_Martha Patience SUMPTER _+
                                                  (1729 - 1814)            

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GEORGE WILLIAM Frederick VILLIERS 4th Earl of Clarendon

12 Jan 1800 - 27 Jun 1870

ID Number: I100159

  • OCCUPATION: British Foreign Secretary; Knt of the Garter; Grand Cross of the Bath; lord lieutenant of Ireland (1847–52)
  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: 12 Jan 1800, London, England
  • DEATH: 27 Jun 1870
  • RESOURCES: See: notes Bio
Father: GEORGE VILLIERS 1st Earl of Clarendon
Mother: THERESA PARKER


Family 1 :
  1. +EUGENIA de MONTIJO PALAFOX Y KIRKPATRICK of France

Notes


Don Cipriano was not the father of his daughters, and rumor had it that Eugenie's father was actually a British diplomat, George William Frederick Villiers (George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon (January 12, 1800 - June 27, 1870), was an English diplomatist and statesman, who gained fame as British Foreign Secretary).


He m. in 1839 Katherine James Death : 1874 daughter of Walter James, 9th Earl of Verulam
Children :
VILLIERS Edward Hyde ( 1846 - ? )
VILLIERS George Patrick Hyde ( 1847 - ? )
VILLIERS Emily Theresa ( ? - ? )
VILLIERS Florence Margaret ( ? - ? )
VILLIERS Alice ( ? - ? )
VILLIERS Constance ( ? - ? )
VILLIERS Francis Hyde ( ? - ? )
VILLIERS Edward Hyde ( ? - ? )


BIO Born in London on January 12, 1800. He was the eldest son of Hon. George Villiers (1759-1827), youngest son of the 1st Earl of Clarendon (second creation), by Theresa, only daughter of the first Lord Boringdon, and granddaughter of the first Lord Grantham. The earldom of the lord chancellor Clarendon became extinct in the Hyde line by the death of the 4th earl, his last male descendant. Jane Hyde, countess of Essex, the sister of that nobleman (she died in 1724), left two daughters; of these the eldest, Lady Charlotte, became heiress of the Hyde family. She married the Hon. Thomas Villiers (1709-1786), second son of the 2nd earl of Jersey, who served with distinction as English minister in Germany, and in 1776 the earldom of Clarendon was revived in his favour. The connexion with the Hyde family was therefore in the female line and somewhat remote. But a portion of the pictures and plate of the great chancellor was preserved to this branch of the family, and remains at The Grove, their family seat at Hertfordshire. The 2nd and 3rd earls were sons of the 1st, and, neither of them having sons, the title passed, on the death of the 3rd Earl (John Charles) in 1838, to their younger brother's son.


Early life
Young George Villiers entered upon life in circumstances which gave small promise of the brilliancy of his future career. He was well born; he was heir presumptive to an earldom; and his mother was a woman of great energy, admirable good sense, and high feeling. But the means of his family were contracted; his education was desultory and incomplete; he had not the advantages of a training either at a public school or in the House of Commons. He went up to Cambridge at the early age of sixteen, and entered St John's College on June 29, 1816. In 1820, as the eldest son of an earl's brother with royal descent, he was enabled to take his M.A. degree under the statutes of the university then in force. In the same year he was appointed attache to the British embassy at St. Petersburg, where he remained three years, and gained that practical knowledge of diplomacy which was of so much use to him in after-life. He had received from nature a singularly handsome person, a polished and engaging address, a ready command of languages, and a remarkable power of composition.


Upon his return to England in 1823 he was appointed to a commissionership of customs, an office which he retained for about ten years. In 1831 he was despatched to France to negotiate a commercial treaty, which, however, led to no result. On 16 August 1833 he was appointed minister at the court of Spain. Ferdinand VII died within a month of his arrival at Madrid, and the infant queen Isabella, then in the third year of her age, was placed by the old Spanish law of female inheritance on her contested throne.


Don Carlos, the late king's brother, claimed the crown by virtue of the Salic Law of the House of Bourbon which Ferdinand had renounced before the birth of his daughter. Isabella II and her mother Christina, the queen regent, became the representatives of constitutional monarchy, Don Carlos of Catholic absolutism. The conflict which had divided the despotic and the constitutional powers of Europe since the French Revolution of 1830 broke out into civil war in Spain, and by the Quadruple Treaty, signed on 22 April 1834, France and England pledged themselves to the defence of the constitutional thrones of Spain and Portugal. For six years Villiers continued to give the most active and intelligent support to the Liberal government of Spain. He was accused, though unjustly, of having favoured the revolution of La Granja, which drove Christina, the queen mother, out of the kingdom, and raised Espartero to the regency. He undoubtedly supported the chiefs of the Liberal party, such as Espartero, against the intrigues of the French court; but the object of the British government was to establish the throne of Isabella on a truly national and liberal basis and to avert those complications, dictated by foreign influence, which eventually proved so fatal to that princess.


Villiers received the grand cross of the Bath in 1838 in acknowledgment of his services, and succeeded, on the death of his uncle, to the title of Earl of Clarendon; in the following year, having left Madrid, he married Katharine, eldest daughter of James Walter, first earl of Verulam.


In January 1840 he entered Lord Melbourne's administration as Lord Privy Seal, and from the death of Lord Holland in the autumn of that year Lord Clarendon also held the office of Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster until the dissolution of the ministry in 1841. Deeply convinced that the maintenance of a cordial understanding with France was the most essential condition of peace and of a liberal policy in Europe, he reluctantly concurred in the measures proposed by Lord Palmerston for the expulsion of the Mohammed Ali of Egypt from Syria; he strenuously advocated, with Lord Holland, a more conciliatory policy towards France; and he was only restrained from sending in his resignation by the dislike he felt to break up a cabinet he had so recently joined.


The interval of Sir Robert Peel's great administration (1841-1846) was to the leaders of the Whig party a period of repose; but Lord Clarendon took the warmest interest in the triumph of the principles of free trade and in the repeal of the corn laws, of which his brother, Charles Pelham Villiers, had been one of the earliest champions. For this reason, upon the formation of Lord John Russell's first administration, Lord Clarendon accepted the office of President of the Board of Trade. Twice in his career the governor-generalship of India was offered him, and once the governor-generalship of Canada; these he refused from reluctance to withdraw from the politics of Europe. But in 1847 a sense of duty compelled him to take a far more laborious and uncongenial appointment. The desire of the cabinet was to abolish the lord-lieutenancy of Ireland, and Lord Clarendon was prevailed upon to accept that office, with a view to transform it ere long into an Irish secretaryship of state. But he had not been many months in Dublin before he acknowledged that the difficulties then existing in Ireland could only be met by the most vigilant and energetic authority, exercised on the spot. The crisis was one of extraordinary peril. Agrarian crimes of horrible atrocity had increased threefold. The Catholic clergy were openly disaffected. This was the second year of the Irish famine, and extraordinary measures were required to regulate the bounty of the government and the nation. In 1848 the revolution in France let loose fresh elements of discord, which culminated in an abortive insurrection, and for a lengthened period Ireland was a prey to more than her wonted symptoms of disaffection and disorder. Lord Clarendon remained viceroy of Ireland till 1852, and left behind him permanent marks of improvement. His services were expressly acknowledged in the queen's speech to both Houses of Parliament in September 1848 — this being the first time that any civil services obtained that honour; and he was made a Knight of the Garter (retaining also the grand cross of the Bath by special order) on 23 March 1849.


Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
Upon the formation of the coalition ministry between the Whigs and the Peelites, in 1853, under Lord Aberdeen, Lord Clarendon became Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. The country was already "drifting" into the Crimean War, an expression of his own which was never forgotten. Clarendon was not responsible for the policy which brought war about; but when it occurred he employed every means in his power to stimulate and assist the war departments, and above all he maintained the closest relations with the French. The tsar Nicholas had speculated on the impossibility of the sustained joint action of France and England in council and in the field. It was mainly by Lord Clarendon at Whitehall and by Lord Raglan before Sevastopol that such a combination was rendered practicable, and did eventually triumph over the enemy. The diplomatic conduct of such an alliance for three years between two great nations jealous of their military honour and fighting for no separate political advantage, tried by excessive hardships and at moments on the verge of defeat, was certainly one of the most arduous duties ever performed by a minister. The result was due in the main to the confidence with which Lord Clarendon had inspired the emperor of the French, and to the affection and regard of the empress, whom he had known in Spain from her childhood.


In 1856 Lord Clarendon took his seat at the congress of Paris convoked for the restoration of peace, as first British plenipotentiary. It was the first time since the appearance of Lord Castlereagh at Vienna that a secretary of state for foreign affairs had been present in person at a congress on the continent. Lord Clarendon's first care was to obtain the admission of Piedmont-Sardinia to the council chamber as a belligerent power, and to raise the barrier which still excluded Prussia as a neutral one. But in the general anxiety of all the powers to terminate the war there was no small danger that the objects for which it had been undertaken would be abandoned or forgotten. It is due entirely to the firmness of Lord Clarendon that the principle of the neutralization of the Black Sea was preserved, that the Russian attempt to trick the allies out of the cession in Bessarabia was defeated, and that the results of the war were for a time secured. The congress was eager to turn to other subjects, and perhaps the most important result of its deliberations was the celebrated Declaration of the Maritime Powers, which abolished privateering, defined the right of blockade, and limited the right of capture to enemy's property in enemy's ships.


Lord Clarendon has been accused of an abandonment of what are termed the belligerent rights of Great Britain, which were undoubtedly based on the old maritime laws of Europe. But he acted in strict conformity with the views of the British cabinet, and the British cabinet adopted those views because it was satisfied that it was not for the benefit of the country to adhere to practices which exposed the vast mercantile interests of Britain to depredation, even by the cruisers of a secondary maritime power, and which, if vigorously enforced against neutrals, could not fail to embroil her with every maritime state in the world.


Upon the reconstitution of the Whig administration in 1859, Lord John Russell made it a condition of his acceptance of office under Lord Palmerston that the foreign department should be placed in his own hands, which implied that Lord Clarendon should be excluded from office, as it would have been inconsistent alike with his dignity and his tastes to fill any other post in the government. The consequence was that from 1859 till 1864 Lord Clarendon remained out of office, and the critical relations arising out of the Civil War in the United States were left to the guidance of Earl Russell. But he re-entered the cabinet in May 1864 as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; and upon the death of Lord Palmerston in 1865, Lord Russell again became prime minister, when Lord Clarendon returned to the foreign office, which was again confided to him for the third time upon the formation of Gladstone's administration in 1868. To the last moment of his existence, Lord Clarendon continued to devote every faculty of his mind and every instant of his life to the public service; and he expired surrounded by the boxes and papers of his office on June 27, 1870. No man owed more to the influence of a generous, unselfish and liberal disposition. If he had rivals he never ceased to treat them with the consideration and confidence of friends, and he cared but little for the ordinary prizes of ambition in comparison with the advancement of the cause of peace and progress. Initial text from a 1911 Encyclopedia. Please update as needed.


The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001.


Clarendon, George William Frederick Villiers, 4th earl of 1800–1870, British statesman. He was ambassador (1833–39) to Spain during the difficult period of the Carlist war and then lord privy seal (1839–41). As lord lieutenant of Ireland (1847–52), he made efforts to ease disorder and distress during the famine. He was foreign secretary (1853–58) during the Crimean War, held together the French alliance with England, and was one of the negotiators of the Peace of Paris (1856). He was twice again foreign secretary (1865–66, 1868–70), and during the latter period he laid the foundation for the settlement of the Alabama claims of the United States.
See biography by H. E. Maxwell (1913); G. Villiers, Vanished Victorian (1938).


(claims made by the U.S. government against Great Britain for the damage inflicted on Northern merchant ships during the American Civil War by the Alabama and other Confederate cruisers that had been built, fitted out, and otherwise aided by British interests. William H. Seward failed to reach a settlement while he was Secretary of State. However, his successor, Hamilton Fish, brought about the Treaty of Washington (1871), which provided for arbitration. Charles Francis Adams for the United States, Alexander J. E. Cockburn for Great Britain, and three members from neutral countries constituted the tribunal, which met at Geneva in 1871–72. The arbitrators threw out American claims for indirect losses, but they awarded the United States $15.5 million for all the direct damage done by the Alabama and the Florida and for most of the damage caused by the Shenandoah. The British were absolved of blame in the cases of several less important cruisers.) http://www.bartleby.com/65/al/Alabamac.html


Confederate cruisers in U.S. history, warships constituting the South’s seagoing navy. At the outbreak of the Civil War the United States ranked next to Great Britain in merchant marine. Since almost all of the tonnage belonged to the North, the Confederacy set out to destroy it. Privateering flourished only briefly because the increased effectiveness of the Union blockade forestalled attempts to bring prizes into Southern ports for adjudication. But in the course of the war some 18 cruisers, known as Confederate cruisers, were engaged in this activity. Only eight achieved results of any consequences. Of these, the Florida, the Alabama, and the Shenandoah were outstanding. The Florida, built in Liverpool in 1861–62, began her active career in Jan., 1863. Commanded by John N. Maffitt and later by Charles M. Morris, the Florida, along with several of her captures that were in turn commissioned Confederate cruisers, took about 60 prizes. She was captured by the U.S.S. Wachusett in the harbor of Bahia, Brazil in Oct., 1864. The most famous of the cruisers was the Alabama, also built at Liverpool in 1861–62. Under the command of Raphael Semmes she took almost 70 prizes. Her damage to U.S. shipping was valued at more than $6 million in the settlement of the Alabama claims. In a famous naval action off Cherbourg, France, on June 19, 1864, the Alabama was sunk by the U.S.S. Kearsarge. The Shenandoah, bought at London in 1864, was commanded by James I. Waddell. Many of her 38 prizes, principally Pacific whalers, were taken after the fall of the Confederacy, of which Waddell was not apprised until Aug., 1865. On returning to England the Shenandoah reverted to the United States. The indirect damage inflicted on the U.S. carrying trade by the cruisers had far more effect than the direct losses they caused. Insurance rates rose, and hundreds of ships transferred to foreign flags, especially to Great Britain’s. Some historians have attributed the decline of the nation’s merchant marine to the raiders. 1
See G. W. Dalzell, The Flight from the Flag (1940); M. Morgan, Dixie Raider (1948); E. Boykin, Ghost Ship of the Confederacy (1957); W. N. Still, Jr., Iron Afloat (1971). 2
http://www.bartleby.com/65/co/Confeder-cr.html




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                                         _THOMAS VILLIERS __________|
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 _GEORGE VILLIERS 1st Earl of Clarendon_|
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|                                       |_CHARLOTTE CAPELL of Essex_|
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|--GEORGE WILLIAM Frederick VILLIERS 4th Earl of Clarendon
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|_THERESA PARKER _______________________|
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Joseph Arnold WINTER

18 Dec 1901 - 2 Jan 1907

ID Number: I19923

  • RESIDENCE: FL
  • BIRTH: 18 Dec 1901, FL
  • DEATH: 2 Jan 1907, FL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S654]
Father: Edward Lee WINTER
Mother: Viola Gertude FULTZ



                                                      _Robert Patrick Lindsay WINTER _+
                                                     | (1805 - 1837)                  
                        _David McCants WINTER C.S.A._|
                       | (1831 - 1878) m 1857        |
                       |                             |_Martha Jane PACKER ____________+
                       |                               (1800 - ....)                  
 _Edward Lee WINTER ___|
| (1874 - 1927) m 1896 |
|                      |                              _Harlock Huxford HARVEY ________+
|                      |                             | (1806 - 1883)                  
|                      |_Mary Fultz HARVEY __________|
|                        (1838 - 1877) m 1857        |
|                                                    |_Elizabeth Sarah FULTZ _________+
|                                                      (1810 - 1844)                  
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|--Joseph Arnold WINTER 
|  (1901 - 1907)
|                                                     _John Enos FULTZ Sr.____________+
|                                                    | (1812 - 1858) m 1840           
|                       _John Enos FULTZ Jr. C.S.A.__|
|                      | (1844 - 1921) m 1865        |
|                      |                             |_Rulaney BALLENTINE ____________+
|                      |                               (1823 - 1858) m 1840           
|_Viola Gertude FULTZ _|
  (1878 - 1906) m 1896 |
                       |                              _John James BALLENTINE C.S.A.___+
                       |                             | (1827 - 1887) m 1843           
                       |_Sarah Elizabeth BALLENTINE _|
                         (1846 - 1888) m 1865        |
                                                     |_Mary Elizabeth HUXFORD ________+
                                                       (1825 - 1894) m 1843           

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