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Lucy CARMAN

1750 - ____

ID Number: I68550

  • RESIDENCE: St. Mary's Co. MD and KY
  • BIRTH: 1750
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2149] [S2601]

Family 1 : Peter ABELL
  1. +Samuel ABELL
  2.  William ABELL
  3.  Mary "Polly" ABELL

Notes


Tyler's Qtr p. 132; St. Marys Co., Maryland

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[S2601]


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Margery DOWNING

ABT 1690 - BEF 21 Sep 1719

ID Number: I103741

  • RESIDENCE: Northumberland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1690
  • DEATH: BEF 21 Sep 1719, Northumberland Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS

Family 1 : Samuel BLACKWELL
  1. +Joseph BLACKWELL

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ATHELREDA (Eythelreda) de DUNBAR of Dunbar

ABT 1070 - ____

ID Number: I58379

  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • BIRTH: ABT 1070
  • BURIAL: Dunferline Abbey, Fife, SCT
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1994] [S2142]
Father: GOSPATRICK I de DUNBAR Earl of Dunbar
Mother: ÆTHELREDA of England


Family 1 : DUNCAN II of Scotland
  1. +WILLIAM "The Noble" FITZDUNCAN Lord of Skipton

Notes


dau of Earl of Northumberland. Athelreda of Dunbar. daughter of Earl Gospatric of Northumbria and Æthelreda of England. Ethelreda Northumberland.


Athelreda b: ABT 1078 [S1994]


                                                                                  _CRINAN "The Thane" Eryvine Mormaer of Atholl_____________+
                                                                                 | (0975 - ....) m 1004                                     
                                         _MALDRED (Malcolm) Earl of Dunbar_______|
                                        | (1005 - 1045) m 1036                   |
                                        |                                        |_BETHOC "Beatrix" of Scotland_____________________________+
                                        |                                          (0984 - ....) m 1004                                     
 _GOSPATRICK I de DUNBAR Earl of Dunbar_|
| (1040 - 1074) m 1057                  |
|                                       |                                         _UCHTRED "The Bold" Earl of Northumbria___________________+
|                                       |                                        | (.... - 1018)                                            
|                                       |_EALDGYTH (Edith) of Northumberland_____|
|                                         (1020 - ....) m 1036                   |
|                                                                                |_ELGIVA or AElfgifu of England____________________________+
|                                                                                  (0997 - ....)                                            
|
|--ATHELREDA (Eythelreda) de DUNBAR of Dunbar
|  (1070 - ....)
|                                                                                 _WALTHEOF of Northumbria Lord of Bamburgh_________________
|                                                                                | (.... - 1006)                                            
|                                        _UCHTRED "The Bold" Earl of Northumbria_|
|                                       | (.... - 1018)                          |
|                                       |                                        |__________________________________________________________
|                                       |                                                                                                   
|_ÆTHELREDA of England__________________|
  (1042 - ....) m 1057                  |
                                        |                                         _ETHELRED II "The Unready" (Aethelred) of England_________+
                                        |                                        | (0968 - 1016) m 0985                                     
                                        |_ELGIVA or AElfgifu of England__________|
                                          (0997 - ....)                          |
                                                                                 |_ELGIFA (Alfflaed, Elfreda Aelfgifu) GUNNARSSON of Wessex_+
                                                                                   (0968 - 1002) m 0985                                     

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[S2142]

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Christopher EDWARDS

1757 - AFT 1836

ID Number: I93754

  • RESIDENCE: Scituate, Providence Co. RI
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War
  • BIRTH: 1757, Scituate, Providence Co. RI
  • DEATH: AFT 1836
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3454]
Father: Nicholas EDWARDS Sr.


Notes


"On 16 Jun 1837, Christopher Edwards of Scituate, Providence Co.,RI, aged 80 years, stated that Nicholas Edwards, late of Scituate, was his elder brother. Said brother Nicholas served in the war. He said that in the month of Oct. 1777, he and Nicholas were both members of Jonathan Knight's company,under the command of Gen. Spencer.


From papers in the possession of his descendants, which have been kindly loaned me, we get much information of Revolutionary times. He seems to have had a taste early for military life, having received from. Gov.
Samuel Ward, June 16th, 1766, a commission as Ensign of the First Company,or Trained Band, of Providence. He was made Lieutenant of the same company, in 1769, and in August, 1774, he was created Captain. April,
1775, after the news of battle of Lexington, a company was formed in Scituate under him as captain, the roll headed thus: "We do enlist ourselves as Volunteers in the present emergency in defence of our country
and Right of Privileges and Liberty." Four new companies were chartered in Scituate, Dec. 5, 1774, and one of them was called "Scituate Hunters."


A letter from Gov. Cooke to Joseph Knight, dated Providence, Dec. 19, 1775,directed to him as captain of the second company of minute men in Scituate,says: "You are hereby directed to gather together the company under your command with all possible expedition and march them to this town in order to be transported to Rhode Island for the defence of that island. You are to be careful that the men are properly equipped with arms, ammunition and blankets fit for immediate service. I have advice from Gen. Washington that eight large transports, with two tenders, having on board one regiment of foot, and three companies of horse sailed from Boston last Saturday, and I have no doubt that your officers and men will exert themselves upon this occasion with their usual ardor."


Gov. West sends an order from head-quarters to Capt. Knight, Jan. 12, 1776,for nine privates with a commission officer and sergeant or corporal, upon fatigue duty. Ten days afterwards Gen. Lippitt directs him, from Prudence,to send ten men up there to go in a scow down to the Pearl. The men sent were in the fight at Prudence. According to the record they were, Joseph Knight, captain: William Brownell and Simeon Wilbour, sergeants; Abraham Angell, corporal; and Joseph Turner, Stephen Leach, Oliver Leach, Oliver
Fisk, Zebedee Snow, Christopher Edwards, Joseph Wight, Moses Colvin, and Christopher Knight.


Providence was threatened by the enemy and Scituate was called upon to assist in its defence. Gen. Sullivan writes to Mr. Knight, who has been promoted to be Lieut.-Colonel, to march immediately with his regiment to their aid: "Pray, delay no time, for by the delay of one hour we may lose the town of Providence; let each man take three days provision, and wait there for further orders."


About this time, March 18, 1777, Elizabeth Knight writes from Scituate to her husband, who was with his troops at Warwick: "These lines are to let you know that we are all well at present. I want you to come home soon as you can, to see about getting some flax, for it is very scarce to be had.
There are some men who want to be boarded at your house, and I want you to send to me whether you are willing to board them or not. So I remain your loving wife, Elizabeth Knight."
There you see a woman of the old heroic time, -- quiet, diligent, deferring to her husband, subjecting herself to the circumstnces of the time, and heartily embracing the good cause. In talking of the men of the Revolution we should never forget the women, whose sacrifices were great, and whose zeal and courage in the patriot cause was abounding.


Rufus Hopkins, who seems to have been especially active and efficient in the good cause, writes Major Knight from Cranston, July 27, 1780, saying:


"By express from the Governor I am requested to direct you forthwith to muster together the regiment under your command, completely equipped with arms and ammunition and six days provision; you are therefore hereby
directed accordingly, and rendezvous at Providence as soon as possible, where you are to be ready to receive further orders, the reason is said to be in consequence of Gen. Clinton's coming from New York with eight or ten thousand troops to attack the French army and fleet at Newport."


Scituate was not invaded, but she was called upon, and responded nobly to the call, to march her troops to the port. The British, on Sunday, Dec. 8, 1776, landed and took possession of Rhode Island, and remained there until Oct. 25, 1779, during which time the inhabitants were greatly oppressed.


In a list of Capt. Knight's company, April 2, 1775, the day after the Lexington battle, are found the following names: Joseph Knight, captain; Samuel Wilbor, Benjamin Wood, Isaac Horton, John Hill, Nathan Walker,James Parker, John Bennet, jr., Jeremiah Almy, Joseph Remington, Nathan Ralfe, John I. Kilton, Jonathan Knight, jr., Joseph Briggs, David Knight, Joseph Collins, William Taylor John Manchester, Edward Bennett, Thomas Parker, John Edwards, jr., Simeon Wilbor, Isaiah Austin, Samuel Eldridge, Christopher Knight, Samuel Hopkins, Benajah Bosworth, Obadiah Rolfe, Ezekiel Wood, Caleb Fisk, doctor, Jolin Phillips, Constant Graves, Stukely Thornton, James Andrews, jr., Christopher Collins, Joseph Bennet, Thomas Knight, Peleg Colvin, Eleazor Westcott, Caleb Steere, Collins Roberts,Daniel Fisk, William Knight, Nathan Franklin, Uriah Franklin, jr., Ephriam Edwards, Stephen Edwards, Francis Fuller, jr., Benjamin Whitmore, William
Stafford, Daniel Angell, Furmer Tanner -- fifty-two in all.


Another list, dated Feb. 5, 1776, gives the following additional names:
Daniel Dexter, Peter Pierce, Alexander Lovell, Ebenezer Handy, Joseph Turner, John Gunnison, Isaiah Ashton, Benjain Bacon, Nathan Mathewson, Christopher Edwards, Knight Wilbor, Abraham Angell, Moses Colvin.


An order of Capt. Knight to Aaron Fisk, one of his corporals, dated Dec.8, 1774, directs to notify every enlisted soldier to appear in arms complete, to appear at the new dwelling-house of Lieut. Samuel Wilbor, Jan.16, 1775.


Lieut.-Col. Ezekiel Cornell, of Col. Hitchcock's regiment, Providence, writes to Major Knight, dated Warwick, July 20, 1777, informing that he has just received an express telling him that forty sail of square-rigged vessels were off Watch Point standing towards Newport, last evening; also,desiring me to send an express to Col. Colwell, which I have done, ordering him immediately to warn the militia to be in readiness.


Return of the Scituate Light Infantry company, Benj. Boss, captain, and Richard Rhodes, clerk, gives captain and two lieutenants, one ensign, four sergeants, three corporals, four drummers and fifers, thirty-eight rank and file -- total fifty-four.


The return of Capt. Nathan Worker's company gives Lieut. Joseph Carpenter,Ensign Samuel Wilbor, seventy-two men, eight all equipped, and twenty-nine guns.


Capt. Coman smith's company had Lieut. Fabel Angell, and Capt. Herenden's company had Lieut. Isaac Hopkins, and Ensign James Wells. Timothy Hopkins,jr., was adjutant. Jos. Kimball's company had Gideon Cornwell,
lieutenant. Capt. Edwin Knight's company had Ensign Daniel Baker. Capt.Herenden, Lieut. Wm. Howard, Ensign Reuben Read.


The small pox prevailed much in the army at different times causing alarm,and the town of Scituate voted that the house of widow Mercy Angell and the house of Peleg Fiske, Esq., be opened as hospitals for the innoculation of the small pox.


Capt. Joseph Kimball, by vote of the town, Nov. 15, 1777, was appointed to supply the families of officers and soldiers, in the continental service, with the necessary articles of life, according to a late act of the General Assembly.


The returns of the Third Regiment, made to Major Knight of eight companies,are as follows: Capt. Potter, 75 men, Capt. Dorrance, 67 men, Capt. Smith,123 men, Capt. Paine, 109 men, Capt. Wilbour, 76 men, Capt. Howard, 64 men,Capt. Medbury, 32 men, Capt. Rolfe, 67 men.


We get some idea of the imperfect equipments of the soldiers in the return of three companies of two hundred and seventy-two privates. Of these, without bayonets, one hundred and one, with bayonets, twenty-six, and cartouches of the same number only forty-three.


The Rhode Island soldiers in our civil war received much praise for their brave and effective service, and their fine appearance. A Massachusetts man, writing for a newspaper, at the commencement of the rebellion, from Washington, July, 1861, says: "Three cheers for Rhode Island rang along the avenue to-day, as the quota of that gallant State marched proudly along, the first battalion escorting the second, which had just been landed. Cheers were given for the continental color carried by the second battalion and for the ladies who marched bravely with the file-closers of two companies rivaling Florence Nightingale.


A baggage train brought up the rear." Another writer says of them:
"This is the finest and best furnished body of men in the field.""


                                              __
                                             |  
                        _William EDWARDS ____|
                       | (1692 - ....)       |
                       |                     |__
                       |                        
 _Nicholas EDWARDS Sr._|
| (1722 - ....)        |
|                      |                      __
|                      |                     |  
|                      |_____________________|
|                                            |
|                                            |__
|                                               
|
|--Christopher EDWARDS 
|  (1757 - 1836)
|                                             __
|                                            |  
|                       _____________________|
|                      |                     |
|                      |                     |__
|                      |                        
|______________________|
                       |
                       |                      __
                       |                     |  
                       |_____________________|
                                             |
                                             |__
                                                

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Baroness KATHERINE EVERINGHAM de Beaumont

ABT 1360 - 1426

ID Number: I43405

  • TITLE: Baroness
  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1360, Laxton, Nottingham, England
  • DEATH: 1426
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS AF 9HN1-1P [S1531]
Father: THOMAS de EVERINGHAM


Family 1 : JOHN de BEAUMONT 4th Lord
  1. +ELIZABETH BEAUMONT
  2.  HENRY BEAUMONT 5th Lord Beaumont, K.B.

                            __
                           |  
                         __|
                        |  |
                        |  |__
                        |     
 _THOMAS de EVERINGHAM _|
| (1335 - ....)         |
|                       |   __
|                       |  |  
|                       |__|
|                          |
|                          |__
|                             
|
|--KATHERINE EVERINGHAM de Beaumont
|  (1360 - 1426)
|                           __
|                          |  
|                        __|
|                       |  |
|                       |  |__
|                       |     
|_______________________|
                        |
                        |   __
                        |  |  
                        |__|
                           |
                           |__
                              

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Monroe FELDER

ABT 1890 - ____

ID Number: I18201

  • RESIDENCE: McComb, MS
  • BIRTH: ABT 1890
  • RESOURCES: See: [S478]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) FELDER of SC & Pike Co. MS


Family 1 : Rosa ELLZEY
  1. +Aline FELDER
  2.  Hugh FELDER
  3.  Catherine FELDER
  4.  James M. FELDER

                                                  __
                                                 |  
                                               __|
                                              |  |
                                              |  |__
                                              |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) FELDER of SC & Pike Co. MS_|
|                                             |
|                                             |   __
|                                             |  |  
|                                             |__|
|                                                |
|                                                |__
|                                                   
|
|--Monroe FELDER 
|  (1890 - ....)
|                                                 __
|                                                |  
|                                              __|
|                                             |  |
|                                             |  |__
|                                             |     
|_____________________________________________|
                                              |
                                              |   __
                                              |  |  
                                              |__|
                                                 |
                                                 |__
                                                    

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Mary Etta GODWIN

16 Jun 1874 - ____

ID Number: I89838

  • RESIDENCE: of Williamsburg Co. SC
  • BIRTH: 16 Jun 1874
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2180]
Father: Samuel Cooper GODWIN C.S.A.
Mother: Hester Ann KENNEDY


Notes


2 Mary Etta GODWIN b: 16 JUN 1874 + Elias LOFTON b: 1875 d: 1947

                                                              _Jacob GODWIN _______
                                                             | (1761 - 1819)       
                               _Hardy Garland Bethel GODWIN _|
                              | (1810 - 1851) m 1833         |
                              |                              |_____________________
                              |                                                    
 _Samuel Cooper GODWIN C.S.A._|
| (1845 - 1915) m 1865        |
|                             |                               _James MCCUTCHEN ____+
|                             |                              | (1752 - 1820) m 1810
|                             |_Margaret MCCUTCHEN __________|
|                               (1811 - ....) m 1833         |
|                                                            |_Elizabeth MCCANTS __+
|                                                              (1780 - ....) m 1810
|
|--Mary Etta GODWIN 
|  (1874 - ....)
|                                                             _George KENNEDY _____
|                                                            | (1800 - 1867)       
|                              _William Henry KENNEDY _______|
|                             | (1826 - ....) m 1846         |
|                             |                              |_____________________
|                             |                                                    
|_Hester Ann KENNEDY _________|
  (1847 - 1883) m 1865        |
                              |                               _Henry CAMERON ______+
                              |                              | (1798 - 1860)       
                              |_Mary Martha M. CAMERON ______|
                                (1826 - ....) m 1846         |
                                                             |_Margaret GIBSON ____+
                                                               (1797 - 1850)       

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Marina GORE?

1819 - ____

ID Number: I49096

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 1819, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: 1850 LA Census

Family 1 : William H. STANLEY

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Dr. David Cumins MEBANE M.D.

18 Dec 1805 - 23 May 1866

ID Number: I30801

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • RESIDENCE: Gtreensboro, NC
  • BIRTH: 18 Dec 1805
  • DEATH: 23 May 1866
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180] [S2488]

Family 1 : Susan Elizabeth WATKINS
  1.  Annie Dupuy MEBANE
  2. +Mary Ellen MEBANE
  3. +Benjamin Watkins MEBANE
  4. +Susan Agnes MEBANE
  5.  Caroline Nelson MEBANE
  6. +David Cummins MEBANE M.D.
  7.  Jennie Dupuy MEBANE
  8. +William Nelson MEBANE
  9.  Robert Lee MEBANE

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Samuel Heisler PENDLETON

27 Jan 1841 - 27 Sep 1918

ID Number: I56009

  • RESIDENCE: of Richmond VA & NYC, NY
  • BIRTH: 27 Jan 1841
  • DEATH: 27 Sep 1918
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2036] [S2103]
Father: James Lawrence PENDLETON C.S.A.
Mother: Annalethia CARTER


Family 1 : Sallie Anne PENDLETON
  1.  Arthur Thomas PENDLETON

Notes


I. Samuel H. Pendleton((7)), b. about 1841; removed to New York City. Married (1864) Sallie A., daughter of Philip H. Pendleton, of Port Royal, Caroline Co., Va. Issue:
I. Arthur Pendleton((8)).
II. Hugh Thomas Pendleton((7)), d. July 3, 1863, single.
III. Emma Walker Pendleton((7)). Married (1882) Robert C. Little, of Columbus, Ga.
IV. Martha Carter Pendleton((7)). Married (1871) Joseph M. Fourqurean, of Richmond, Va. They have several children.
V. William J. Pendleton((7)). Married (about 1875) Mary J., daughter of John M. Royall, of Richmond, Va.


[S2103]


                                                             _Edmund PENDLETON Sr.______+
                                                            | (1744 - 1827) m 1764      
                                   _Edmund A. PENDLETON Jr._|
                                  | (1774 - 1847)           |
                                  |                         |_Mildred "Millie" POLLARD _+
                                  |                           (1747 - 1827) m 1764      
 _James Lawrence PENDLETON C.S.A._|
| (1814 - ....) m 1840            |
|                                 |                          _Hugh NELSON ______________+
|                                 |                         | (1750 - 1800)             
|                                 |_Lucy NELSON ____________|
|                                   (1778 - ....)           |
|                                                           |___________________________
|                                                                                       
|
|--Samuel Heisler PENDLETON 
|  (1841 - 1918)
|                                                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) CARTER __
|                                                           |                           
|                                  _Samuel S. CARTER _______|
|                                 | (1790 - ....)           |
|                                 |                         |___________________________
|                                 |                                                     
|_Annalethia CARTER ______________|
  (1815 - 1881) m 1840            |
                                  |                          ___________________________
                                  |                         |                           
                                  |_________________________|
                                                            |
                                                            |___________________________
                                                                                        

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Thomas RUTHERFORD

ABT 1720 - ____

ID Number: I70979

  • RESIDENCE: of Rockingham Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1720
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2710]

Family 1 :
  1. +Mary RUTHERFORD

Notes


Spouse Unknown.

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Francis SHATTEIN "the Immigrant"

ABT 1655 - ABT 1703

ID Number: I97075

  • RESIDENCE: France and Henrico Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1655, France
  • DEATH: ABT 1703, Henrico Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS AF BKP2-T8 notes

Family 1 :
  1. +Margaret LECAZE? SHATTEIN?

Notes


1 NOV 1703 John Martin & his wife Margaret granted adm estate of Francis Shattein. mchastn@olypen.com (J.Marvin Chastain) "I have researched Jean Martain and his wife (my ancestors) and I believe that indeed, Margaret was the daughter of Francis Shattein, else why would she and her husband be made executors of his estate."

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JOHN de WASHINGTON

1260 - ____

ID Number: I84471

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: 1260, Milburne or Welleburne, co. Westmoreland, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3135] [S3137]
Father: ROBERT de WASHINGTON Lord of Welleburne
Mother: AMERCIA de KERNEFORD


Family 1 :
  1. +PETER de WASHINGTON

Notes


2. John de WASHINGTON. Born ca 1260 in Milburne or Welleburne, county Westmoreland, England. Child: 4 i. Peter (ca1300-)



                                                                    _WALTER fil Bonds de WASHINGTON _+
                                                                   | (1160 - ....)                   
                                           _ROBERT de WASHINGTON __|
                                          | (1195 - ....)          |
                                          |                        |_AGNES de WELLBURNE of Milburn___+
                                          |                          (1160 - ....)                   
 _ROBERT de WASHINGTON Lord of Welleburne_|
| (1230 - ....)                           |
|                                         |                         _WALTER de STRICKLAND ___________
|                                         |                        | (1180 - ....)                   
|                                         |_JOHANNA de STRICKLAND _|
|                                           (1200 - ....)          |
|                                                                  |_ELIZABETH DEINCOURT ____________
|                                                                    (1180 - ....)                   
|
|--JOHN de WASHINGTON 
|  (1260 - ....)
|                                                                   _________________________________
|                                                                  |                                 
|                                          ________________________|
|                                         |                        |
|                                         |                        |_________________________________
|                                         |                                                          
|_AMERCIA de KERNEFORD ___________________|
  (1230 - ....)                           |
                                          |                         _________________________________
                                          |                        |                                 
                                          |________________________|
                                                                   |
                                                                   |_________________________________
                                                                                                     

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William WHITELY of Maryland

ABT 1770 - AFT 1810

ID Number: I45775

  • RESIDENCE: MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1770
  • DEATH: AFT 1810
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) WHITELY WHITELEY


Notes


CHANCERY COURT (Chancery Papers) 1808/01/13 5806: William Whitely vs. Samuel Mason, Henry Mason, William Mason, Richard Mason, Luther Mason, Hannah Mason, Trephena Mason, Martha Mason, Major Hurd, James Rich, Aminta Rich, William Hurd, and Robert Henry Hurd. CA. Estate of Henry Mason - Masons Hazard, Abners Park. Recorded (Chancery Record) 72, p. 293. Accession No: 17,898-5806. MSA S512-5909 1/37/2/


CHANCERY COURT (Chancery Papers) 1808/11/17 5832: William Whitely and John Bennett vs. Watson Fountain and Andrew Fountain. CA. Mortgage; foreclosure on Fountains Regulation, Holborn, Batchelors Fortune, Folly. Recorded (Chancery Record) 72, p. 333.
Accession No: 17,898-5832-1/2. MSA S512-5927 1/37/2/


CHANCERY COURT (Chancery Papers) 1810/12/17 5660: William Whitely vs. Nancy Spencer. CA. Mortgage foreclosure on Squirrell Swamp. Recorded (Chancery Record) 83, p. 143. Accession No: 17,898-5660-1/2. MSA S512-5772 1/37/2


CHANCERY COURT (Chancery Papers) 1805/10/07 5455: William Whitely vs. John Baynard, Elizabeth Baynard, Thomas Baynard, Mary Baynard, Henry Baynard, and Solomon Baynard. CA. Petition to sell Harris Privilidge, Venture, Chestnut Ridge, Rosses Venture, Baggs Mistake Rectified, Baynards
Satisfaction, Danby Addition to Venture. Plat. Recorded (Chancery Record) 64, p. 72. Accession No: 17,898-5455-1/5. MSA S512-5576 1/37/2/


CHANCERY COURT (Chancery Papers) 1802/12/01 5338: Thomas White and James White vs. William Whitely. CA. Contract to reconvey Whitesborough Divided. Recorded (Chancery Record) 96, p. 1. Accession No: 17,898-5338-1/4. MSA S512-5466 1/37/2/



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