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WILLIAM BONVILLE I

ABT 1330 - 11 Feb 1408

ID Number: I66749

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1330, Shute, Devon, England
  • DEATH: 11 Feb 1408, Lambeth Palace
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1994]

Family 1 : MARGARET d' AUMĀLE
  1.  ELIZABETH BONVILLE
  2. +JOHN BONVILLE
Family 2 : ALICE CHEDDAR

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[S1994]


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SYBYL de EWYAS

ABT 1178 - BEF 1 Jul 1236

ID Number: I28941

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1178, Ewyas Harold, Herefordshire, England
  • DEATH: BEF 1 Jul 1236, Ewyas Harold, Herefordshire, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1033] [S1116] [S1503] [S2721] [S2818]
Father: ROBERT de EWYAS
Mother: PETRONILLA


Family 1 : ROBERT de TREGOZ
  1. +ROBERT de TREGOZ
Family 2 : ROGER I de CLIFFORD of Tenbury
  1. +ROGER II de CLIFFORD

Notes


aka: Sibil de Ewyas. "Sibil De Ewyas (daughter of Robert De Ewyas and Petronilla) was born 1178 in Ewyas-Harold, Hereford, England`, and died 1236 in Ewyas-Harold, Hereford, England`. She married Robert De Tregoz, son of William De Tregoz and Agnes."


[S1503]


                                                     _HAROLD de SUDELEY __+
                                                    | (1057 - 1115)       
                       _ROBERT FitzHarold de EWYAS _|
                      | (1085 - 1147)               |
                      |                             |_MAUD d' AVRANCHES __+
                      |                               (1072 - ....)       
 _ROBERT de EWYAS ____|
| (1125 - 1195) m 1176|
|                     |                              _____________________
|                     |                             |                     
|                     |_SYBIL_______________________|
|                       (1101 - ....)               |
|                                                   |_____________________
|                                                                         
|
|--SYBYL de EWYAS 
|  (1178 - 1236)
|                                                    _____________________
|                                                   |                     
|                      _____________________________|
|                     |                             |
|                     |                             |_____________________
|                     |                                                   
|_PETRONILLA__________|
  (1135 - 1204) m 1176|
                      |                              _____________________
                      |                             |                     
                      |_____________________________|
                                                    |
                                                    |_____________________
                                                                          

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[S1033]

[S1116]

[S1503]

[S2721]

[S2818]

[S1503]


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William GALBRAITH


This person is presumed living.

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Edward Payne HARRISON

24 Jul 1859 - ABT 1886

ID Number: I89524

  • RESIDENCE: Oakwood, MS and Limestone Co. and Trinity, AL
  • BIRTH: 24 Jul 1859, Oakwood, Mississippi
  • DEATH: ABT 1886, Trinity, Alabama
  • RESOURCES: See: [S24]
Father: William Leslie HARRISON
Mother: Margaret E. SANDERS


Notes


Edward Payne third son of W.L. and M.E. Harrison born at Oakwood Miss. July 24th 1859; Edward Payne Harrison died at Trinity Ala. April 3rd aged 26 years 8 months and 3 days.

                                                         __
                                                        |  
                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) HARRISON _|
                           |                            |
                           |                            |__
                           |                               
 _William Leslie HARRISON _|
| (1813 - 1870) m 1850     |
|                          |                             __
|                          |                            |  
|                          |____________________________|
|                                                       |
|                                                       |__
|                                                          
|
|--Edward Payne HARRISON 
|  (1859 - 1886)
|                                                        __
|                                                       |  
|                           _William SANDERS ___________|
|                          | (1800 - 1839)              |
|                          |                            |__
|                          |                               
|_Margaret E. SANDERS _____|
  (1832 - 1915) m 1850     |
                           |                             __
                           |                            |  
                           |_Sarah FOX _________________|
                             (1800 - ....)              |
                                                        |__
                                                           

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[S24]


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James Francis MAURY

13 Nov 1786 - 24 Oct 1841

ID Number: I61382

Father: Abraham MAURY
Mother: Mildred Washington "Milly" THORNTON


Family 1 : Mary Goode RANDOLPH
  1.  Thomas Francis MAURY
  2.  James Woodville MAURY
  3.  James Woodville MAURY
  4.  Catherine Mildred MAURY
  5.  Agnes Gray MAURY
  6.  Gilbert Lafayette MAURY

Notes







                                                                _Matthew MAURY "the immigrant"_
                                                               | (1686 - 1752) m 1716          
                                        _James MAURY __________|
                                       | (1718 - 1769) m 1743  |
                                       |                       |_Mary Anne FONTAINE ___________+
                                       |                         (1690 - 1755) m 1716          
 _Abraham MAURY _______________________|
| (1758 - 1833)                        |
|                                      |                        _James WALKER _________________
|                                      |                       | (1691 - ....)                 
|                                      |_Mary "Mollie" WALKER _|
|                                        (1724 - 1798) m 1743  |
|                                                              |_Ann Tunstall HILL ____________
|                                                                (1708 - ....)                 
|
|--James Francis MAURY 
|  (1786 - 1841)
|                                                               _Francis THORNTON III__________+
|                                                              | (1714 - 1749) m 1736          
|                                       _Francis THORNTON IV___|
|                                      | (1736 - 1794) m 1758  |
|                                      |                       |_Mary Frances GREGORY _________+
|                                      |                         (1720 - 1790) m 1736          
|_Mildred Washington "Milly" THORNTON _|
  (1768 - ....)                        |
                                       |                        _John THOMPSON "the immigrant"_
                                       |                       | (1700 - 1771) m 1742          
                                       |_Ann THOMPSON _________|
                                         (1744 - 1815) m 1758  |
                                                               |_Ann Butler BRAYNE ____________+
                                                                 (1700 - ....) m 1742          

Sources

[S2001]

[S2831]

[S3119]

[S3551]


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Leona Eloise MILAM


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Gen. Hubbard TAYLOR

2 Aug 1760 - 7 Oct 1840

ID Number: I20316

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: 1780 Deputy Surveyor for Kentucky; State Senator; Presidential Elector from 1805-1825.
  • RESIDENCE: Caroline and Orange Co. VA and Winchester, Clark Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 2 Aug 1760, Virginia
  • DEATH: 7 Oct 1840, Winchester, Clark Co. KY
  • BURIAL: "Old Taylor Burying Ground" about 5 miles from Winchester on the Colbyville Pike
  • RESOURCES: See: [S662] [S1989] [S2537] [S2730]
Father: James TAYLOR IV
Mother: Ann Berry 'Fanny' HUBBARD


Family 1 : Clarissa Clary" MINOR
  1.  Mildred Thomas TAYLOR
  2.  Abner Churchill TAYLOR
  3. +Lucy Minor TAYLOR
  4. +Hubbard Minor TAYLOR
  5.  Alice TAYLOR
  6.  Nancy TAYLOR
  7.  Elizabeth TAYLOR
  8.  James Knox TAYLOR
  9.  John Pendleton TAYLOR
  10.  Thomas Madison TAYLOR

Notes


"Previous to my going to Orange to live our first child was born on the 20th. Febry. 84' - I was appointed and acted as a Magistrate in Orange County, Va. - Previous to the first of Nov'r. 1788, we had three other children born, the second died under a year old. I then determined to remove to Kentucky with my family as soon as I could sell my land in Orange and preparitory thereto in the last mentioned year I bought of Doc'r. Thos Hinde 500 acres of his military tract in Kentucky - then Fayette County, brought out a part of my negroes, search'd out the tract with my own hands, where my son Hubbard now resides - employed a man to assist my hands in building some cabbins (Here I must mention, the friendship rec'd from Mr. Jacob Fishback and his lady, it lasted uninterrupted during their lives, and I with gratitude revere their memory to this day) - I also employed Tho. Minor a nephew of my wife's to take charge of my new intended home, and return'd to Orange got there on Christmas day 1788. And in the Fall of the next year I sold my Orange Farm, wound up my business in the state of Virginia, and prepared for the removal of my family to Kentucky - Set out on the first day of April 1790, came by the way of Brawasville on the Monangehala down the river and the Ohio to Limestone, now Maysville, in Company with Mr. James Eubank and his family who married my eldest sister Lucy - at this time I had three children living Mildred, Lucy and Hubbard.


We arrived at our new home on the 13 day of May 1790 - found about 16 acres of land opened, some Cabbins, and the hall of a house without floor chimney or door - The Indians had taken several boats on the river and killed several persons Just before we descended the river - but we were fortunate enough to escape in safety, tho some Indians were seen by some of our party traversing the Indian shore, on our way down - I made the building I found as comfortable as I could for temporary use for the summer and began in July to get material for building the present house at Springhill (as I named the farm) and so far got it advanced as to get into it at Christmas following, the log house built for our reception has been three times moved and is now in use for a kitchen at Springhill. In the year 1791 - I built on a Horse Mill, more on account of convenience than a view to profit and after a few years sold it and it was removed.


Having closed up all my partnership land concerns and made amicable division thereof with those interested in the same tracts, I proceeded on the 27th. day of July, 1832 being the 50th. anniversary year of the marriage between me and my beloved wife - to make a further donation to my children as in my best Judgment would be equal under existing circumstances, as to their relative standing as to advancements, in land, negroes, money, etc previously made - holding the remainder to be disposed of by will on the death of both my wife and myself -


In Novr. 1837, By arrangements between my sons Hubbard and Pendleton, all of which is in writing, and an understanding with the rest - my son Hubbard came to reside at Spring Hill my wife and myself removed to our sons Doc. Tho. M. Taylors he having only 3 children and sufficient house room. Mildred Lane on my reserved part of the Spring Hill tract during the life of myself and wife, W. Smith and family removed to my tract that I got in exchange from my son Hubbard.
My head has now felt the frost of 80 winters, and my beloved wife as many - We have both enjoyed a great share of health - She has been an affectionate and loving wife and mother of indefatigable industry and. careful economical manager of all domestic business - On the 27th. day of July next we shall have been united in the sacred bonds of matrimonial union 58 years, we have raised nine children to mature age, all married (but one J. K. Taylor who is dead) also my daughters Lucy and Nancy. Seen also six of Grandchildren married and all of them imitate their parents in their love and affection for us, adding pleasure to satisfaction in our bosoms, more easily conceived than expressed. Surrounded by most of them, I am patiently waiting the call for my exit from this world and I pray for an early one to a better and more glorious one beyond the grave. I will close this desultory statement with a list of all my children and some short reference thereto - up to this ? day of 1840.


[Signed] Hubbard Taylor"


"He founded Winchester, Kentucky. Hubbard Taylor was early surveyor of Kentucky. He married Clarissa Milnor and their son, Hubbard Minor Taylor married Mary Ann Arnold, and his son Thomas Arnold Taylor married Sarah A. Thompson (a descendant of Col. William Thompson of the English Army and sister of Mrs. Robert S. Taylor, Sr.) and had Zilpha Taylor who married William S. Smith of Danville, Kentucky who has Hugh Smith, Ernest, Herford and Zilpha, Jr."


"Moved to KY about 1790 with Philip Taylor; Lincoln Co, Fayette Co, Clark Co where he was State Senator from 1796-1800 and 1815-1819; Presidential Elector from 1805-1825. His colonelcy was probably that of Kentucky Colonel."


also married her sister: Marriage 1 Elizabeth Minor b: AFT 1764 in Spotsylvania Co., VA
no dates, no source.


[S2537] [S662] [S662] [S2730]


                                                    _James TAYLOR II_____+
                                                   | (1675 - 1730) m 1699
                              _James TAYLOR III____|
                             | (1703 - 1784) m 1727|
                             |                     |_Martha THOMPSON ____+
                             |                       (1679 - 1762) m 1699
 _James TAYLOR IV____________|
| (1732 - 1814) m 1758       |
|                            |                      _Francis THORNTON II_+
|                            |                     | (1682 - 1737) m 1703
|                            |_Alice THORNTON _____|
|                              (1708 - 1739) m 1727|
|                                                  |_Mary TALIAFERRO ____+
|                                                    (1686 - 1780) m 1703
|
|--Hubbard TAYLOR 
|  (1760 - 1840)
|                                                   _James HUBBARD Sr.___+
|                                                  | (1680 - ....)       
|                             _James HUBBARD Jr.___|
|                            | (1710 - ....)       |
|                            |                     |_____________________
|                            |                                           
|_Ann Berry 'Fanny' HUBBARD _|
  (1738 - 1789) m 1758       |
                             |                      _____________________
                             |                     |                     
                             |_____________________|
                                                   |
                                                   |_____________________
                                                                         

Sources

[S662]

[S1989]

[S2537]

[S2730]

[S2537]

[S662]

[S662]

[S2730]


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