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Margaret

ABT 1715 - ____

ID Number: I47396

  • RESIDENCE: Westmoreland; Fauquier Cos.VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1715, Westmoreland Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1670]

Family 1 : John Catesby EDRINGTON

Notes


Spouses:
Marriage 1 Nathaniel POPE b: 1710 in Westmoreland, Va Married: 1733 in Westmoreland, Va
Marriage 2 Daniel HIGDON b: 1715 in Westmoreland, Va Married: 1737
Marriage 3 John Catesby EDRINGTON b: 1714 in Stafford Co., Va Married: ABT. 1754 in King George Co., Va


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Elizabeth BANKHEAD

ABT 1750 - ____

ID Number: I82771

  • RESIDENCE: Caroline Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1117]
Father: James BANKHEAD "the Immigrant"
Mother: Elinor MONROE



                                                        _____________________
                                                       |                     
                                  _____________________|
                                 |                     |
                                 |                     |_____________________
                                 |                                           
 _James BANKHEAD "the Immigrant"_|
| (1720 - 1788) m 1738           |
|                                |                      _____________________
|                                |                     |                     
|                                |_____________________|
|                                                      |
|                                                      |_____________________
|                                                                            
|
|--Elizabeth BANKHEAD 
|  (1750 - ....)
|                                                       _Andrew MONROE II____+
|                                                      | (1661 - 1714)       
|                                 _Spence MONROE ______|
|                                | (1690 - 1726) m 1720|
|                                |                     |_Elinor SPENCE ______+
|                                |                       (1660 - ....)       
|_Elinor MONROE _________________|
  (1720 - 1754) m 1738           |
                                 |                      _Charles TYLER I_____+
                                 |                     | (1660 - 1722) m 1687
                                 |_Christian TYLER ____|
                                   (1707 - 1754) m 1720|
                                                       |_Jane________________
                                                         (1670 - ....) m 1687

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DUNCAN CAMPBELL of Auchinbreck

ABT 1420 - ____

ID Number: I66850

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1420
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3175]
Father: DUNCAN "Na-Adh" CAMPBELL 1st Lord of Lochow
Mother: MARGARET STEWART


Notes


(iv) Duncan Campbell of Auchinbreck and Kilmichael [S3175]

                                                                                    _ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL of Lochow_+
                                                                                   |                              
                                               _COLIN Cailein Iongataich CAMPBELL _|
                                              | (1370 - 1413)                      |
                                              |                                    |_MARY LAMONT _________________+
                                              |                                                                   
 _DUNCAN "Na-Adh" CAMPBELL 1st Lord of Lochow_|
| (1390 - 1453)                               |
|                                             |                                     _JOHN CAMPBELL _______________+
|                                             |                                    |                              
|                                             |_MARGARET CAMPBELL _________________|
|                                               (1370 - ....)                      |
|                                                                                  |______________________________
|                                                                                                                 
|
|--DUNCAN CAMPBELL of Auchinbreck
|  (1420 - ....)
|                                                                                   ______________________________
|                                                                                  |                              
|                                              _JOHN STEWART of Blackhall__________|
|                                             | (1370 - ....)                      |
|                                             |                                    |______________________________
|                                             |                                                                   
|_MARGARET STEWART ___________________________|
  (1400 - ....)                               |
                                              |                                     ______________________________
                                              |                                    |                              
                                              |____________________________________|
                                                                                   |
                                                                                   |______________________________
                                                                                                                  

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[S3175]

[S3175]


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Lucy CAMPBELL

ABT 1840 - ____

ID Number: I16501

  • RESIDENCE: Fluvanna Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1840
  • RESOURCES: See: [S490]
Father: Abner CAMPBELL
Mother: Frances RILEY (WIDOW)



                                                   _____________________________________________
                                                  |                                             
                          ________________________|
                         |                        |
                         |                        |_____________________________________________
                         |                                                                      
 _Abner CAMPBELL ________|
| (1810 - 1860)          |
|                        |                         _____________________________________________
|                        |                        |                                             
|                        |________________________|
|                                                 |
|                                                 |_____________________________________________
|                                                                                               
|
|--Lucy CAMPBELL 
|  (1840 - ....)
|                                                  _(RESEARCH FAMILY GROUP) REILY (RILEY\RILY) _
|                                                 |                                             
|                         _Dennis RILEY (REILEY) _|
|                        | (1780 - ....)          |
|                        |                        |_____________________________________________
|                        |                                                                      
|_Frances RILEY (WIDOW) _|
  (1810 - 1870)          |
                         |                         _Littleberry Henry LANE _____________________+
                         |                        | (1739 - 1808) m 1768                        
                         |_Lucy LANE _____________|
                           (1782 - ....)          |
                                                  |_Mary SANDIDGE ______________________________+
                                                    (1748 - 1809) m 1768                        

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Sarah "Sally" CLAY

ABT 1774 - 12 Aug 1795

ID Number: I34792

  • RESIDENCE: Hanover Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1774, Hanover Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 12 Aug 1795
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1210]
Father: John CLAY
Mother: Elizabeth HUDSON


Family 1 : John WATKINS

                                             _Henry I CLAY ___________+
                                            | (1672 - 1760) m 1707    
                       _John CLAY __________|
                      | (1718 - 1761) m 1740|
                      |                     |_Mary MITCHELL __________+
                      |                       (1693 - 1777) m 1707    
 _John CLAY __________|
| (1742 - 1781) m 1765|
|                     |                      _Edward WATKINS Sr.______+
|                     |                     | (1676 - ....) m 1723    
|                     |_Sarah WATKINS ______|
|                       (1726 - 1750) m 1740|
|                                           |_Mary Bishop TAYLOR _____+
|                                             (1688 - 1770) m 1723    
|
|--Sarah "Sally" CLAY 
|  (1774 - 1795)
|                                            _John HUDSON ____________
|                                           | (1690 - 1732) m 1714    
|                      _George HUDSON ______|
|                     | (1712 - 1772) m 1745|
|                     |                     |_Elizabeth L. HARRIS ____+
|                     |                       (1698 - 1758) m 1714    
|_Elizabeth HUDSON ___|
  (1748 - 1829) m 1765|
                      |                      _William Henry JENNINGS _
                      |                     | (1702 - 1782) m 1723    
                      |_Elizabeth JENNINGS _|
                        (1729 - 1782) m 1745|
                                            |_Mary Jane PULLIAM ______
                                              (1705 - ....) m 1723    

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Lavillion Dupuy COLE

19 Nov 1880 - ____

ID Number: I41705

  • RESIDENCE: Danville, VA
  • BIRTH: 19 Nov 1880
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: Howson White COLE M.D.
Mother: Eliza Lavalette DUPUY



                                                _____________________
                                               |                     
                          _____________________|
                         |                     |
                         |                     |_____________________
                         |                                           
 _Howson White COLE M.D._|
| (1840 - ....) m 1875   |
|                        |                      _____________________
|                        |                     |                     
|                        |_____________________|
|                                              |
|                                              |_____________________
|                                                                    
|
|--Lavillion Dupuy COLE 
|  (1880 - ....)
|                                               _James DUPUY ________+
|                                              | (1758 - 1823) m 1782
|                         _Asa DUPUY __________|
|                        | (1788 - 1848) m 1838|
|                        |                     |_Mary PURNALL _______+
|                        |                       (1763 - 1828) m 1782
|_Eliza Lavalette DUPUY _|
  (1843 - 1880) m 1875   |
                         |                      _Artemus HOWE _______
                         |                     | (1790 - ....)       
                         |_Emily HOWE _________|
                           (1812 - 1883) m 1838|
                                               |_____________________
                                                                     

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Benjamin Franklin DEW

8 Jun 1820 - ____

ID Number: I80401

  • RESIDENCE: Dewsville, KandQ Co.VA
  • BIRTH: 8 Jun 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S828]
Father: Thomas Roderick DEW
Mother: Lucy GATEWOOD



                                              _____________________
                                             |                     
                        _____________________|
                       |                     |
                       |                     |_____________________
                       |                                           
 _Thomas Roderick DEW _|
| (1763 - 1849) m 1793 |
|                      |                      _____________________
|                      |                     |                     
|                      |_____________________|
|                                            |
|                                            |_____________________
|                                                                  
|
|--Benjamin Franklin DEW 
|  (1820 - ....)
|                                             _John GATEWOOD III___+
|                                            | (1700 - 1762) m 1730
|                       _Chaney GATEWOOD ____|
|                      | (1740 - 1821) m 1770|
|                      |                     |_Frances COX ________+
|                      |                       (1711 - 1776) m 1730
|_Lucy GATEWOOD _______|
  (1776 - 1859) m 1793 |
                       |                      _Joseph LEAMON ______
                       |                     | (1720 - ....)       
                       |_Elizabeth LEAMON ___|
                         (1750 - 1830) m 1770|
                                             |_Frances_____________
                                               (1730 - ....)       

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Jenette Elvira Silliman DIXON

15 Mar 1854 - 26 Jun 1907

ID Number: I45026

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 15 Mar 1854, Norwood Hall, E. Feliciana Parish, LA [S2366]
  • DEATH: 26 Jun 1907
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1627]
Father: Benjamin Franklin DIXON
Mother: Jane Elvira Silliman NORWOOD


Family 1 : Robert Blake TORRANCE
  1.  Robert Blake TORRANCE
  2.  Lucius Seals TORRANCE
  3.  Mary Taylor TORRANCE
  4.  Thomas Swearengin TORRANCE
  5.  Jared Rivers TORRANCE
  6.  Sallie Clorinda TORRANCE
  7.  Elizabeth TORRANCE
  8.  Nettie Jane TORRANCE
  9.  Beulah TORRANCE
  10.  Edgar Lee TORRANCE
  11.  Willie TORRANCE

                                                                    _Thomas DIXON Jr.____________
                                                                   | (1750 - ....)               
                                 _William George DIXON ____________|
                                | (1783 - 1840) m 1811             |
                                |                                  |_Ann FERGUSON _______________+
                                |                                    (1760 - ....)               
 _Benjamin Franklin DIXON ______|
| (1821 - 1869) m 1841          |
|                               |                                   _William Gunnell SANDERS Sr._
|                               |                                  | (1769 - 1825)               
|                               |_Nancy Ann SANDERS _______________|
|                                 (1793 - 1851) m 1811             |
|                                                                  |_Mary YOUNG _________________
|                                                                    (1774 - 1827)               
|
|--Jenette Elvira Silliman DIXON 
|  (1854 - 1907)
|                                                                   _Samuel NORWOOD Sr.__________+
|                                                                  | (1753 - 1817) m 1785        
|                                _Ezekiel NORWOOD Sr.______________|
|                               | (1796 - 1834) m 1818             |
|                               |                                  |_Martha "Patti" WADDELL _____+
|                               |                                    (1768 - 1838) m 1785        
|_Jane Elvira Silliman NORWOOD _|
  (1825 - 1854) m 1841          |
                                |                                   _William WITHERINGTON Jr.____+
                                |                                  | (1773 - 1837) m 1794        
                                |_Elizabeth Margaret WITHERINGTON _|
                                  (1797 - 1865) m 1818             |
                                                                   |_Sarah "Sally" STANLEY ______+
                                                                     (1777 - 1845) m 1794        

Sources

[S2366]

[S2366]

[S1627]

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REGINALD FITZ HERBERT Baron Of Wolverly

ABT 1300 - ____

ID Number: I56679


Family 1 :
  1. +ALICE FITZ HERBERT

Notes


married Joan Hakluyt.

Sources

[S1531]

[S2292]


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William Henry FROST

1854 - 1911

ID Number: I29105

  • RESIDENCE: Shelby co. AL & TX
  • BIRTH: 1854
  • DEATH: 1911
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1122]
Father: Thomas Arnold "Tom" FROST
Mother: Parthenia "Theenia" WHARTON


Family 1 : Ruth Angelina POTTER

Notes


5 William Henery Frost 1854 - 1911 +Ruth Angilina Potter 1856 - 1935
............. 6 Rachel Luvena Parthenia Frost 1875 - 1946 +John James Guthrie 1866 - 1904
................ 7 Ila Mae Guthrie 1901 - 1976 +Walter Howard Clark 1901 - 1959
................... 8 Fred Buford Clark 1924 - +Mary Elizabeth Leslie 1927 - 1982
...................... 9 Fred Albert Clark 1945 - +Cathy Scott Clark Seabolt 1948 -
......................... 10 Fred Alan Clark 1964 - +Beverly Shea Griffin 1965 -
............................ 11 Haleigh Clark 1992 -
............................ 11 Kristen Clark 1987 -
............................ 11 Elissa Clark 1985 -
......................... 10 Michael Scott Clark 1968 +Donna Martin 1964 -
...................... *2nd Wife of Fred Albert Clark: +Karen Ann Roberts 1946 -
9 Thomas Lee Clark 1947 - +Linda Louise Brauer 1949 -
......................... 10 Thomas Carl Clark 1971 -
......................... 10 Larry Wayne Clark 1972 -
......................... 10 Stephen Paul Clark 1976 -
...................... 9 James Curtis Clark 1954 -
......................... 10 Mary E. Clark 1984 -
......................... 10 Michael A. R. Clark
......................... 10 Mason Clark
...................... 9 Pamela Jean Clark 1962 -
......................... 10 Jason I. Wanoreck 1981 -
......................... 10 Brany D.Wanoreck 1984 -
...................... 9 Willis Teddy Clark 1964+Barbara Kirkland 1959
......................... 10 Jamie Clark 1985 -
......................... 10 Joseph Clark 1990 -
......................... 10 Ross Hunter Teddy Clark 1991 -
......................... 10 Skylar Teddy Falcon Clark 1993 -
...................... 9 Patricia Ann Clark 1969 - +Keith Caproni 1967
......................... 10 Bradley E Caproni 1989 -
......................... 10 Alison E. Caproni 1996 -
................... *2nd Wife of Fred Buford Clark: +Faye Worley
................... 8 Margaret Helen Clark 1921 - +Willis Ervin Jamison 1916 -
...................... 9 Virginia Gayle Jamison 1941 - +Anderson DeWayne Catron 1939 -
......................... 10 DeWayne Anderson Catron 1964 -
......................... 10 Douglas Jamison Catron 1967 -
...................... 9 Margaret Chellie Jamison 1943 -
...................... 9 Alice Sue Jamison 1953 - +Steven Parks Lange
......................... 10 Stephenie Parks Lange 1996 -
...................... *2nd Husband of Alice Sue Jamison: +Ronald Eckerman
................ *2nd Husband of Ila Mae Guthrie: +Alex Hardy Gumm 1871 - 1929
................... 8 Theador Wilson Gumm 1929 - +Peggy Jean Turner 1932 -
................ 7 Ruthie Parthenia Frances Guthrie 1891 - 1974 +Norman Bailey 1892 -
................... 8 James Wallace Bailey 1912 - +Martha Kuba
...................... 9 Patrick James Bailey
...................... 9 Michael Gene Bailey
...................... 9 Sandra Kay Bailey 1953 -
................... 8 Jack 1916 - +Rubye Condron
................... 8 Taylor Bell Bailey 1916 - 1964 +Bernice Smith
...................... 9 Kethleene Bailey 1940 -
......................... 10 Judy Elizabeth Bailey
......................... 10 Clint Russel Bailey
...................... 9 Ilene Bailey 1940 - +Mr.Brooks
......................... 10 Kelly Brooks
......................... 10 Shelley Brooks
......................... 10 Laurie Brooks
...................... 9 Linda Bailey 1944 -
...................... 9 James Richard Bailey
....... *2nd Husband of Ruthie Parthenia Frances Guthrie: +William Augustus Hill 1891 - 1956
................... 8 William Stratton Hill 1925 - +Obera Patterson
...................... 9 Sharon Gale Hill 1945 -
................... 8 Ruth Elizabeth Hill 1926 - +George Maye
...................... 9 Ronda Ruth Maye 1945 - +Pruitt
......................... 10 Robert David Pruitt 1964 -
......................... 10 Elizabeth Ruth Pruitt 1964 -
................... 8 Thomas Gus Hill 1928 - +Verta Pickle
...................... 9 Thomas Gus Hill Jr.
......................... 10 Thomas Gus Hill III
...................... 9 Robert David Hill
...................... 9 John Anothy Hill
................... 8 George Harvard Hill 1931 - +Dana Sue Mequite
...................... 9 Tammy Sue Hill
...................... 9 Terry Lynn Hill
...................... 9 David Harvard Hill
................ 7 Annis Angliine June Lee Guthrie 1896 - 1968 +Charles J. Dickson
................... 8 Alma Mae Dickson +Huel Cashen
...................... 9 Sandra Kaye Cashen
...................... 9 Patricia Ann Cashen
................ 7 Lily Emma Grutrude Guthrie 1893 - +Ozie Brown
................... 8 Audre Marie Brown 1914 - +H.Darby Parr
...................... 9 John Darby Parr 1931 -
................... 8 Vinnie Lee Brown 1919 - +Howard Stanely Brown
...................... 9 David Howard Brown 1945 -
...................... 9 Susan Frances Brown 1947 -
...................... 9 Paul Douglas Brown 1949 -
............. *2nd Husband of Rachel Luvena Parthenia Frost: +James Buford Biggers
................ 7 Willie Buford Biggers 1906 - 1963 +Jimmie Viola Scales 1912 -
................... 8 Dorothy Mae Biggers 1928 - +Ewing Erwin Cartwright 1916 -
...................... 9 Deborah Sue Cartwright 1951 -
...................... 9 Janice Ann Cartwright 1952 -
...................... 9 Glenda Ruth Cartwright 1954 -
...................... 9 Steven James Cartwright 1955 -
...................... 9 Tammie Lynn Cartwright 1959 -
...................... 9 Melodie Day Cartwright 1965 -
................... 8 James Biggers 1931 -
............. 6 Robert Edmond Frost 1882 - 1946 +Lucy Floyd
................ 7 Stella Emma Frost 1904 - +Fritz Kastner
................... 8 Margie Dell Kastner +William Bill Walton
...................... 9 Billie Jo Walton
...................... 9 Patricia Ruth Walton
................... 8 Franklin Howard Kastner 1927 -
................ 7 Thelma Frost 1906 +Lee Kelton
................... 8 Ed Kelton
................... 8 Lucie Lee Kelton
................... 8 Gordon Kelton
................ 7 Rena Frost 1910 - +Joe Cope
............. 6 Clara Angelina Frost 1892 - 1975 +Hardy Fleming 1889 - 1959
................ 7 Bill Fleming
................... 8 Betty Fleming
................... 8 Brenda Fleming
................ 7 Ima Ruth Fleming 1912 - +Julius Kastner
................... 8 Jerry Kastner
................ 7 John Fleming 1919 - 1944
................ 7 James Roy Fleming 1925 - 1942
............. 6 Stella Emma Gurtrud Frost 1895 - 1956 +Earl Clark 1893 - 1958
................ 7 Mary Madgelina Clark 1918 - 1993 +Oscar Truiett 1910 - 1982
................... 8 Jo Ann Truiett 1939 - +Claude Franklin McGill 1939 -
...................... 9 Jennifer Anne McGill 1965 - +Steven Kyle Kolbasinski 1965 -
......................... 10 McKenna Kyler Kolbasinski 1997 -
...................... 9 Stephanie Lee McGill 1969 -
................... *2nd Husband of Jo Ann Truiett: +Norman Durwood Phillips 1939 -
...................... 9 Carorlyn Jo Phillips 1973 - +Boyd Arnold Edwards 1974 -
................ 7 Annie Ruth Clark 1923 - +William D. Ferguson 1929 -
................... 8 Nancy Denise Ferguson 1959 -+Carl Smith 1956
...................... 9 Anna Kathrine Smith 1995 -
................ *2nd Husband of Annie Ruth Clark: +Sam Henery Hibbs 1913 - 1956
................... 8 Melba Ruth Hibbs 1941 - 1993 +Howard Maxwell Hays Jr. 1939 -
...................... 9 Brian Stewart Hays 1968 -
...................... 9 Scott Matthew Hays 1974 -
................... 8 Sammy Henery Hibbs Jr. 1949 - 1952
................... 8 Roger Earl Hibbs 1955 - +Margaret Caroline Galvan
...................... 9 Eric Matthew Hibbs 1984 -
...................... 9 Rachail Elizabeth Hibbs 1989 -
...................... 9 Johnathan Clark Hibbs 1991 -
...................... 9 William Miller Hibbs 1993 -


                                                            _Thomas FROST Jr._______+
                                                           | (1773 - 1806)          
                                _Benjamin Franklin FROST __|
                               | (1800 - 1883) m 1818      |
                               |                           |_Hannah WILSON _________+
                               |                             (1779 - 1839)          
 _Thomas Arnold "Tom" FROST ___|
| (1826 - 1890) m 1845         |
|                              |                            _Jehu LAWLER ___________
|                              |                           | (1765 - ....) m 1784   
|                              |_Elizabeth LAWLER _________|
|                                (1785 - 1840) m 1818      |
|                                                          |_Mary Elizabeth WILSON _+
|                                                            (1761 - 1850) m 1784   
|
|--William Henry FROST 
|  (1854 - 1911)
|                                                           ________________________
|                                                          |                        
|                               _(RESEARCH QUERY) WHARTON _|
|                              |                           |
|                              |                           |________________________
|                              |                                                    
|_Parthenia "Theenia" WHARTON _|
  (1828 - 1869) m 1845         |
                               |                            ________________________
                               |                           |                        
                               |___________________________|
                                                           |
                                                           |________________________
                                                                                    

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Col. Thomas HART III

11 Dec 1730 - 23 Jun 1808

ID Number: I54309

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev. War; statesman
  • RESIDENCE: Hanover Co. VA and 1755 Orange Co. NC and Hagerstown, MD and 1794 Lexington, KY
  • BIRTH: 11 Dec 1730, Hanover Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 23 Jun 1808, Lexington, Kentucky
  • BURIAL: Old Episcopal Cemetery, Lexington, KY
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes Bio [S1210] [S1963] [S2644]
Father: Thomas HART II
Mother: Susannah RICE


Family 1 : Susanna GRAY
  1. +Thomas HART III
  2. +Lucretia HART

Notes


Bio: "Hart, Thomas (ca. 1730-23 June 1808), merchant, public official, and militia officer, the son of Thomas and Susannah Rice Hart, was born in Hanover County, Va., on a plantation settled in 1690 by his English-born grandfather, also named Thomas. John, Benjamin, David, and Nathaniel were his brothers, and Ann his only sister.


The family moved to Orange County, N.C., in 1755 after their father died. By 1779, Thomas had received a total of 2,282 acres of land in grants and erected his home, Hartford, near Hillsborough. In addition to farming, he built a gristmill on the nearby Eno River and conducted other business enterprises at the location that became known as Hart's Mill. Later he became a partner with Nathaniel Rochester and James Brown in a mercantile establishment in Hillsborough. After establishing himself financially, Hart married Susannah Gray, the daughter of the wealthy and politically prominent Colonel John Gray. In 1775, the colonel died and left his entire estate to his son-in-law, including the large plantation Grayfields. With capital resources thus increased, Hart shrewdly expanded his business and by his industrious management accumulated a considerable fortune according to the Orange County tax books for 1779. In addition to his financial prosperity, Hart was successful politically. Shortly after settling in North Carolina, he became an intimate of James Watson, James Thackston, Thomas Burke, James Hogg, William Johnston, and Richard Henderson, and an acquaintance of Governor William Tryon and Edmund Fanning. This led to his appointment as a vestryman of St. Matthew's Parish as well as county sheriff for a two-year term and another beginning in 1768. In the latter year he was also made a captain in the Orange County militia and commissary for the troops of Orange and Granville counties.


Throughout his tenure of office, the sheriff was in constant controversy with the increasingly active Regulators. In 1765, the Assembly passed a bill introduced by Edmund Fanning to award Hart 1,000 for his losses as sheriff, and the previous legislature had included Hart in a group exempt from the payment of taxes. These acts infuriated the Regulators, who claimed the sheriff had no losses, but was being rewarded at public expense for using his influence in the election of Fanning to office. Hart also displeased the government by his failure to collect the unpopular poll tax, either because he disapproved of the law or did not understand it. In 1765, the Assembly ordered him to make the collection. Whether or not he did, he settled his financial account in the colony satisfactorily, which won for him a tribute from Orange County residents because he was the only sheriff ever to do so.


When Governor Tryon decided in 1768 to have Herman Husband arraigned in court for his Regulator activities, Sheriff Hart served the warrant and took the accused into custody. In the same year, and again in 1771, Hart was ordered to raise five hundred troops for the defense of the colony. He was unable to enlist the requested manpower but on both occasions accumulated sufficient provisions to sustain the troops Tryon assembled at Hillsborough. The actions of the royal government increasingly incited the wrath of the Regulators, and the sheriff was one of a group of officials they severely whipped in 1770. In view of such treatment, Hart undoubtedly received considerable satisfaction in serving as quartermaster for Tryon when the governor dispersed the Regulators at the Battle of Alamance.


During the relative calm that ensued after the War of the Regulation, Hart was able to concentrate on business enterprises. The role of an entrepreneur appealed to him, and in 1774 he became one of the partners in Richard Henderson's Louisa Company to buy and develop lands in what became Tennessee and Kentucky. Hart journeyed to the Watauga section of Tennessee as one of the company's representatives at a meeting arranged by Daniel Boone with the Cherokee Indians. John Sevier and Isaac Shelby, who attended as spectators, saw the Indians accept several loads of "trading goods" in return for their titular rights to a huge area of western land. After this transaction, the company was reorganized as the Transylvania Company with Richard Henderson, Thomas Hart, Nathaniel Hart, William Johnston, James Hogg, John Luttrell, John Williams, David Hart, and Leonard Henly Bullock as shareholders. Trading with the Indians for western lands strictly violated the Royal Proclamation of 1763, but, as many Americans were engaging in land speculation despite the king's fiat, the Transylvanians ignored it also. The potential profit in the venture was enormous, and the partners lost no time in enlisting settlers to buy or rent land in the territory.


Thomas Hart visited the Watauga again in 1775 and his brother, Nathaniel, became a resident agent for the company in the west until he was killed by Indians in 1782. The outcome of the American Revolution relieved the Transylvania Company of any interference in its affairs from the British government but presented a new dilemma because the states of North Carolina and Virginia claimed Tennessee and Kentucky, respectively, as part of their territory. The partners determined to establish their claim to the western land if possible and years of litigation followed. The final decision rendered that the company's purchase was illegal but a tract was awarded the partners to recompense them for the expenses incurred in the transaction. Hart traded part of his share for land in Kentucky and eventually settled on it.


After the War of the Regulation, Hart continued to fill an important role in political affairs, serving as a juror; member of a commission to build a new jail in Hillsborough; member of the colonial Assembly from Orange County in 1773; and then representative in the First, Second, and Third Provincial congresses. When the Revolution began, he was appointed commissary for the Sixth North Carolina Regiment with the rank of colonel. In addition, he was elected a senator in the North Carolina General Assembly for the 1777 session where he became involved in the work of so many committees that he resigned his military commission in order to attend to them. Although Hart, with many others, could not condone the violent tactics of the Regulators, he felt no compunction in becoming an ardent patriot in the American Revolution when independence was formally declared. In doing so, he incurred the hatred of the loyal Tories who unleashed their persecutions when Lord Cornwallis approached Hillsborough with the British Army. Concerned for the safety of his wife and several daughters, Hart removed to Hagerstown, Md., accompanied by Nathaniel Rochester, one of his former business partners. Shortly after his departure the Battle of Hart's Mill was fought on his property, which the British occupied. Hart and Rochester built a mill and a nail and rope factory, both of which prospered.


The colonel gradually disposed of his North Carolina property and never returned to the state. He sold his homeplace, Hartford, to Jesse Benton, husband of his niece, Nancy, and father of Thomas Hart Benton. As the purchaser died before paying for the place, Hart became the mortgagee of the property through a friendly lawsuit and allowed the widow and her family to continue to live there. The mortage was never fully redeemed, which apparently caused no ill will as Hart left the Bentons an additional tract of land when he died. In 1794, Hart moved to Lexington, Ky., where he resided for the remainder of his life. He built up his rope and hemp business into a highly profitable commercial enterprise and engaged in various forms of trade and investment. Due to his affluence, pleasing personality, and shrewd mind, Hart soon became one of the most prominent men in Kentucky.


His daughter, Ann (Nancy), married James Brown who had engaged in business with the colonel and Rochester back in Hillsborough, and who later became the U.S. minister to France.


Another daughter, Lucretia, born after the Harts left North Carolina, married Henry Clay.


A niece married Isaac Shelby, and the other members of the family made marital connections in influential circles.


In Maryland, Hart was a communicant of All Saints' Parish (later renamed St. John's), of the Protestant Episcopal church. In Kentucky, he joined an Episcopal society which eventually became Christ Church in Lexington. He was buried in the Old Episcopal Graveyard in that city. No portrait of Hart has been found."


Children:
i. Ann Hart m. James Brown of Staunton, VA September 11, 1766.
ii. John Hart. John died September 3, 1820 in St. Louis, MO.
iii. Susanna Hart.
iv. Eliza Hart was born September 9, 1768.
v. Thomas Hart, Jr. was born 1772.


From http://www.airtanker.com/mcnally/index.html "In 1780 Thomas Hart moved from North Carolina to Hagerstown, Maryland, where his two older daughters, Eliza and Susan, were married and where Lucretia was born.


"In the spring of 1794 Thomas Hart wrote to Governor Blount of Tennessee, who had married his wife's niece, 'You will be surprised to hear I am going to Kentucky. Mrs. Hart, who for eighteen years has opposed this measure, has now given her consent and so we go, an old fellow of 63 years of age seeking a new country to make a fortune in...


Another letter, written by Thomas Hart, dated Lexington, Kentucky 1795 says, 'Oh, if my old friend Uncle Jacob Blount were here! What a pleasure we would have in raking up money and spending it with our friends -This is really one of the finest countries in the world -The society is equal to that of any interior town in the United States'. He did, indeed prosper." (Simpson, Letters to)


"The fact that at a time when sailing vessels and clipper ships ruled the seas, Colonel Hart supplied all the rope used by the navy, proving that his cordage business was both extensive and successful. He rapidly laid the foundation of an immense fortune, comparable to the Vanderbilt wealth in New York". (Schwartz)."


Will Records of Fayette County, Kentucky 1794-1818
Fayette County, Kentucky Will Records Book A


OSPage: 480
Name: Thomas Hart , Sr.
Sons, Nathaniel, John, and Thomas; Daughters, Susanna Price, Elizabeth Pindell's heirs; Sons in laws, James Brown and Henry Clay; Daughters, Anne Brown and Lucretia Clay; Grandsons, Nathaniel Hart and John Hart, sons of Elizabeth Pindell. Written: August 31, 1807 Probated July, 1808 Exes.: Thomas Hart and Henry Clay Witnesses: John W. Hunt, Thomas C. Graves, and Samuel Wilkinson


"Was born on a plantation settled in 1690 by his grandfather. Erected his home "Hartford", near Hillsborough. Built gristmill on Eno River (Hart's Mill). Had several daughters, and moved to Hagerstown, Maryland when concerned for their safety from the Tories who unleased their persecutions when Lord Cornwallis approached Hillsborough with the British army. Shortly after his departure, the Battle of Hart's Mill was fought on his property. He sold his homeplace, Hartford, to Jesse Benton. Was Captain Commissary of the 6th North Carolina Continental Line Regiment."


Children:
2 Derrill HART b: ABT 1760 + Rebecca THOMSON b: ABT 1760
2 Nathaniel "Capt." G.T. HART b: ABT 1760 + Ann GIST b: ABT 1760
2 Benjamin HART b: 1766 d: 1853
2 Nancy Ann HART b: ABT 1760 + James BROWN b: ABT 1760
2 Lucretia HART b: ABT 1760 + Henry CLAY b: ABT 1760

[S1963] [S2644]


                                                           _(RESEARCH QUERY) HART ______
                                                          |                             
                       _Thomas HART I "the Immigrant"_____|
                      | (1660 - ....)                     |
                      |                                   |_____________________________
                      |                                                                 
 _Thomas HART II______|
| (1700 - 1755) m 1730|
|                     |                                    _____________________________
|                     |                                   |                             
|                     |___________________________________|
|                                                         |
|                                                         |_____________________________
|                                                                                       
|
|--Thomas HART III
|  (1730 - 1808)
|                                                          _Edward RICE "the Immigrant"_+
|                                                         | (1636 - ....)               
|                      _Thomas RHUYS RICE "the Immigrant"_|
|                     | (1656 - 1711)                     |
|                     |                                   |_Mary WOOTEN? CLAIBORNE? ____
|                     |                                     (1635 - 1709)               
|_Susannah RICE ______|
  (1700 - ....) m 1730|
                      |                                    _____________________________
                      |                                   |                             
                      |_Marcy HEWES? _____________________|
                        (1664 - 1722)                     |
                                                          |_____________________________
                                                                                        

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Molly HOOD

____ - ____

ID Number: I93005

Father: Nathaniel HOOD Jr.


Notes


2 Molly HOOD + Thomas MAXWELL

                                             __
                                            |  
                       _Nathaniel HOOD Sr.__|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |__
                      |                        
 _Nathaniel HOOD Jr.__|
| (1740 - 1809)       |
|                     |                      __
|                     |                     |  
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |__
|                                              
|
|--Molly HOOD 
|  
|                                            __
|                                           |  
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |__
|                     |                        
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      __
                      |                     |  
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
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Charles VANDERFORD

ABT 1678 - 22 Nov 1737

ID Number: I95375

  • RESIDENCE: Talbot and Queen Anne Cos. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1678, Talbot Co. Maryland
  • DEATH: 22 Nov 1737, Queen Anne Co. Maryland [476753]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3507]
Father: George Paul Van Der Voort VANDERFORD
Mother: Elenor HOLLINGSWORTH


Family 1 :
  1. +Richard VANDERFORD

Notes


Father: Joris (George) Paul VAN DER VOORT Vanderford b: 10-18-1656 in Wallabout, Kings, NY; Mother: Elenor HOLLINGSWORTH


[johnskidmore.ftw] Charles bought 100 acres called "Fortune". This land adjoined the lands originally laid out for his grandfather, Michael Paul Vanderford.


Charles is mentioned in numerous documents. On September 17, 1719, Charles was commissioned to inspect and look after the finishing of the Wye Church in St. Paul's Parish.


From April 1720 to April 1723 Charles was a vestryman for Old Chester Church in St. Paul's Parish.


On November 26, 1728, Charles was paid as a petit juror of Queen Annes County court at Queenstown.


In 1729, Charles appeared in the Queen Annes County Levy Court Squirrel Head Bounty List.


In May 1729, Charles deeded land to his brothers George and Thomas for brotherly love and affection and 1000 pounds of tobacco.


From April 1732 to 1735 Charles was a vestryman for Old Chester Church in St. Paul's Parish.


Charles's will, written February 15, 1736 and recorded 11/22/1737, left "20 pounds current money of this province" to be paid to Ester when she was 16 or married and to Benjamin and to Charles when they were 18. The remainder went to his son Vincent, who was to care for Charles and Ester. John, another son, was to care for and educate Benjamin as a carpenter.


Marriage 1 Hester or Ester; WILL: Drawn on 15 Feb 1736 and probated 22 Nov 1737
Children Listed are:
Ester under age of 16, Benjamin and Charles under age 20
Vincent is to see to the care of Charles and Ester until they are of age.
John to care for Benjamin until of age.


Children:
2 Richard VANDERFORD b: 1695 d: bef 1768 + Hannah GREEN b: bef 1705 d: bef 1765
2 John VANDERFORD b: BEF. 1697 d: JAN 1783 + Rachel + Mary WRENCH
2 Vincent VANDERFORD b: BEF. 1710 d: 1758
2 Benjamin VANDERFORD b: AFT. 1716 d: 1766 + Anne BAYLEY b: AFT. 1716
2 Ester VANDERFORD b: AFT. 1720 + Dugil or Dugis MC GRIGARS
2 Charles VANDERFORD b: 1725 + Susannah PETERS


[476753]
probate date


                                                                                         __
                                                                                        |  
                                         _Micheil Pauluszen VANDERVOORT "the Immigrant"_|
                                        | (1605 - 1692) m 1640                          |
                                        |                                               |__
                                        |                                                  
 _George Paul Van Der Voort VANDERFORD _|
| (1656 - 1715)                         |
|                                       |                                                __
|                                       |                                               |  
|                                       |_Marritie Joris "Maria" RAPALJE _______________|
|                                         (1627 - 1690) m 1640                          |
|                                                                                       |__
|                                                                                          
|
|--Charles VANDERFORD 
|  (1678 - 1737)
|                                                                                        __
|                                                                                       |  
|                                        _______________________________________________|
|                                       |                                               |
|                                       |                                               |__
|                                       |                                                  
|_Elenor HOLLINGSWORTH _________________|
  (1660 - ....)                         |
                                        |                                                __
                                        |                                               |  
                                        |_______________________________________________|
                                                                                        |
                                                                                        |__
                                                                                           

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Capt. John Thornton Augustine WASHINGTON

1812 - 8 May 1888

ID Number: I18871

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • RESIDENCE: VA and Newport, KY
  • BIRTH: 1812, Virginia
  • DEATH: 8 May 1888, Newport, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S594] [S2287] [S1615]
Father: Samuel WASHINGTON
Mother: Catherine Townshend WASHINGTON


Family 1 : Adelaide Josephine TIBBATTS
  1.  Elizabeth "Bettie" WASHINGTON

Notes


Children:
2 Mary Elizabeth Washington b: 1839 d: AFT 1866
2 Elizabeth Washington b: 15 MAR 1842 d: 22 MAY 1917 + John Barry Taylor b: ABT 1837 d: 22 DEC 1914
2 Francis Townshend Washington b: 14 OCT 1844 d: 6 NOV 1917 + Josephine Russell d: 7 JUL 1930 in Englewood, New Jersey
2 John Thornton Washington b: 14 OCT 1852 d: 30 JAN 1910 + Agatha Timmonds b: 1863 d: 17 DEC 1941
2 Florence May Washington b: 8 MAY 1856 d: 15 JUL 1926 died unmarried [S2287]

                                                                    _Samuel WASHINGTON of Harewood_+
                                                                   | (1734 - 1781) m 1756          
                                   _Thornton Augustine WASHINGTON _|
                                  | (1758 - 1787) m 1786           |
                                  |                                |_Mildred THORNTON _____________+
                                  |                                  (1741 - 1764) m 1756          
 _Samuel WASHINGTON ______________|
| (1787 - 1867)                   |
|                                 |                                 _Lawrence WASHINGTON __________+
|                                 |                                | (1728 - 1808) m 1751          
|                                 |_Frances Townshend WASHINGTON __|
|                                   (1767 - ....) m 1786           |
|                                                                  |_Elizabeth DADE _______________
|                                                                    (1730 - ....) m 1751          
|
|--John Thornton Augustine WASHINGTON 
|  (1812 - 1888)
|                                                                   _______________________________
|                                                                  |                               
|                                  ________________________________|
|                                 |                                |
|                                 |                                |_______________________________
|                                 |                                                                
|_Catherine Townshend WASHINGTON _|
  (1790 - 1869)                   |
                                  |                                 _______________________________
                                  |                                |                               
                                  |________________________________|
                                                                   |
                                                                   |_______________________________
                                                                                                   

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