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Dafydd "Fychan" ap Dafydd

ABT 1353 - ____

ID Number: I98463

  • RESIDENCE: Wales
  • BIRTH: ABT 1353, Of Rhydodyn, Llansawel, Carmarthenshire, Wales
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 9GW9-PW)
Father: Dafydd ap LLYWELYN
Mother: Angharad Verch MORGAN


Family 1 : Gwenllian Verch Einion
  1.  JONET Verch Dafydd
  2.  Morgan ap DAFYDD
  3.  Gwilym "Brwn" ap DAFYDD

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 _Dafydd ap LLYWELYN____|
| (1304 - ....)         |
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|--Dafydd "Fychan" ap Dafydd
|  (1353 - ....)
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|                        _Morgan ap MAREDUDD__|
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|_Angharad Verch MORGAN_|
  (1304 - ....)         |
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                        |_Crisli Verch DAFYDD_|
                          (1279 - ....)       |
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Maj. Daniel BEDINGER of Bedford

1761 - ABT 1818

ID Number: I61313

  • TITLE: Maj.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War - home burned by Union Army in Lincoln's War
  • RESIDENCE: Berkeley and "Bedford" near, Shepherdstown, Jefferson Co. VA (1863WV)
  • BIRTH: 1761, Loudoun Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 1818, "Bedford" near, Shepherdstown, Jefferson Co. VA (1863WV)
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2286]
Father: Henry BEDINGER "the Immigrant"
Mother: Madalene "Mary" SLAGLE


Family 1 : Sarah RUTHERFORD
  1. +Elizabeth Conrad BEDINGER
  2. +Virginia A. BEDINGER
  3. +Henrietta BEDINGER
  4.  Susan P. BEDINGER

Notes


Built a home called Bedford, ordered burned by Major-General David Hunter, United States Army during the civil war.


Oct 2002: "WHO WAS DANIEL BEDINGER?
And what does this Revolutionary War-era Virginia farm boy have to do with you?


Dear friend,


He is unknown today, but he was one of the great heros of the American Revolution.


Daniel Bedinger was a 14-year-old Virginia farm boy. When his two older brothers left to join Washington's army, Daniel had to stay behind, tending chickens and the fields. But a year later he ran away to join his brothers. He walked the long miles from Virginia to New York City, where the young American army had assembled at Fort Washington.


On Novemeber 14, 1776, the British attacked. Daniel fired his heavy musket seventeen times that day, shouting, "Take that, you bastards!" But the British and their Hessian hirelings came in wave after wave, and the Fort could not be held. Daniel saw his brother lose a finger and his
friends die all around him. Finally, Daniel himself was captured.


Imagine how that fifteen-year-old boy must have felt. They locked him aboard a stinking ship in New York harbor. It was full of rats and crawling lice and swarming flies. Daniel had only three ways out:


* Join the British army
* Wait for a prisoner exchange that might never come
* Or die of disease and starvation.


Daniel did not join the British army. He waited and survived. He endured the misery of the blackened hold, the rotten food and the brutish guards, and when they finally did exchange him, 52 of the 79 prisoners in Daniel's company had died.


That fifteen-year-old boy was lucky to be alive.


So what did he do? Did he rejoin Washington's army and face death again? Or return to the farm -- to the peace, the quiet, and the safety? What would you have done? Would you have quit?


Daniel didn't quit. He resumed the fight and was commissioned for his bravery. Then, eight months later, in the battle of Brandywine, the Redcoats captured him yet again. This time he spent two years in harsh confinement.


And even that was not the end.


Exchanged once more, Daniel, now a wizened veteran of 20, fought with General Morgan at the Battle of the Cowpens in South Carolina. He helped smash Tarleton's army and started the Redcoats on the road to Yorktown.


How proud he must have been on that day of final victory.


There is no holiday for Daniel Bedinger, no postage stamp, no poem, no monument. Today's politicans do not know him, but they would be afraid to meet his ghost and to acknowledge their sins against the ideals he fought so bravely to defend.


We sometimes forget that the ideals of Jefferson and Paine were meritorious only because of Virginia farm boys like Daniel Bedinger, but we should remember. And we must also remember that those same ideals will live or die today by what we do--or don't do--on their behalf.


It may not fall on us to write great books or make stirring speeches, or to fight battles and suffer captivity, but like Daniel Bedinger, whatever the hardships we face...


WE MUST ALWAYS RISE AND FIGHT AGAIN.


A simple, mundane thing has happened. Your membership in the Libertarian Party has lapsed. We need you. Please, in memory of Daniel Bedinger, rise and fight again.


Sincerely,


Steve Dasbach,
Executive Director


PS--Our modern fight for freedom demands neither our lives nor our sacred honor, but instead, only a small part of our fortune. A checkbook may not be as romantic as a heavy musket, but it may count as much in the end. Load and fire!"
Historic Shepherdstown and The Historic Shepherdstown Museum
The Entler Hotel - A Chronology
1764 Thomas Shepherd conveyed Lot No. 33 (Entler Hotel Corner) to Henry Cookus, who willed it to his son Christian.
1786 Christian Cookus sold the west part of the lot to Philip Adam Entler, Sr. who built a large brick dwelling house upon it. In 1912, the house was destroyed by fire.
The foundation still stands, and accommodates the "Evie Van Ryzin Memorial Garden."


1786 Christian Cookus erected a two-story brick building that now houses the Historic Shepherdstown Museum. He also built a two-story brick building, with a porch entrance, facing Princess Street. Both structures were used as dwellings. Daniel Bedinger bought the remaining portion of Lot No. 33.


1790 Daniel Bedinger constructed a brick three-story building on the vacant portion of the lot. It butted against the museum building and adjoined the Princess Street building.
He now owned all of the "hotel" property.
http://users.stargate.net/~hsc/chronology.html




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 _Henry BEDINGER "the Immigrant"_|
| (1726 - 1772)                  |
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|--Daniel BEDINGER of Bedford
|  (1761 - 1818)
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|_Madalene "Mary" SLAGLE ________|
  (1730 - 1796)                  |
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JOHN CAMPBELL of Cessnock

____ - ____

ID Number: I102195

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3175]

Family 1 : JANET CAMPBELL

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Joseph CHANDLER III

ABT 1690 - ____

ID Number: I52030

  • RESIDENCE: Duxbury, MA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1690
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1855]
Father: Joseph CHANDLER II


Family 1 : Elizabeth DELANO

Notes


Descendants of: Miles Standish
1 Miles Standish b. 1584 d. 3-Oct-1656 m. Rose _____ m. Barbara _____ d. aft 1656
2 Alexander Standish b. _____ d. 1702 m. Sarah Alden, dau. John Alden and Priscilla Mullens. His dau 2 Elizabeth Standish m. Samuel Delano
3 Elizabeth Delano m. 8-Sep-1720 Joseph Chandler, 3rd.
4 Benjamin Chandler b. 1721 d. 15-Aug-1777 m. Elizabeth Jeffreys


5 Joseph Chandler
6 Jesse Chandler, Dr. m. Mercy Bingham b. 17-Jun-1767 m. Henrietta Morris
7 Ero Chandler, Dr. b. 14-Dec-1795
7 Rudolphus Chandler b. 1801 m. Lydia Hutchins
7 Nira Chandler m. John Hammond
7 Jesse Chandler
7 Zacharia Morris Chandler
7 Selina Chandler m. Wallace Read
7 Leslie Chandler m. Mary Glover
7 Milton Chandler m. Aseneth Pribble
7 John Chandler
7 Guy B. Chandler b. 16-Sep-1841 d. 9-Aug-1916 m. Elizabeth Ann Smith b. 1839 d. 1925
7 Augustus Chandler
7 Leary Chandler
7 Edward Chandler



                                             _Roger CHANDLER "the Immigrant"_
                                            | (1580 - 1665) m 1615           
                       _Joseph CHANDLER I___|
                      | (1620 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_Isabella CHILTON ______________+
                      |                       (1587 - ....) m 1615           
 _Joseph CHANDLER II__|
| (1650 - ....)       |
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|--Joseph CHANDLER III
|  (1690 - ....)
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Robert GRAVES

4 Feb 1682 - ____

ID Number: I6040

  • RESIDENCE: Abingdon Parish, Glouchester Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 4 Feb 1682, Abingdon Parish, Glouchester Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S290] [S736]
Father: Thomas GRAVES IV
Mother: Mary


Family 1 : Mary
  1. +Thomas GRAVES
  2.  Robert GRAVES
  3. +James GRAVES

                                                         _Thomas II GRAVES "the Immigrant"_+
                                                        | (1584 - 1635) m 1610             
                       _Thomas GRAVES III of Timberneck_|
                      | (1616 - 1674)                   |
                      |                                 |_Katherine CROSHER _______________+
                      |                                   (1586 - 1636) m 1610             
 _Thomas GRAVES IV____|
| (1640 - 1711) m 1669|
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|                     |_Elizabeth Or Katherine?_________|
|                       (1620 - ....)                   |
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|--Robert GRAVES 
|  (1682 - ....)
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|_Mary________________|
  (1650 - ....) m 1669|
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[S736]


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Isaac MORGAN

ABT 1774 - ____

ID Number: I59767

  • RESIDENCE: Darlington Dist. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1774
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2250] [S3045]
Father: Solomon MORGAN Sr.
Mother: Jemima WEBB



                                                         _(RESEARCH QUERY) MORGAN of NC SC MS LA TX_+
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                       _William MORGAN "the Immigranat"_|
                      | (1700 - ....)                   |
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 _Solomon MORGAN Sr.__|
| (1735 - 1803)       |
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|                     |_Frances HENDRICKS ______________|
|                       (1700 - ....)                   |
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|--Isaac MORGAN 
|  (1774 - ....)
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|_Jemima WEBB ________|
  (1735 - ....)       |
                      |                                  ___________________________________________
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[S2250]

[S3045]


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