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Robert COLEMAN of Nansemond

ABT 1650 - ____

ID Number: I52862

  • RESIDENCE: 1667 to Nansemond Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1650
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1911]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) COLEMAN


Family 1 :
  1.  William COLEMAN
  2.  Robert COLEMAN

Notes


"Quit Rent Rolls of 1704. Robert Coleman of Nansemond is documentarily well established as the father of William Coleman, who died in Edgecombe County, North Carolina, in 1752, and he was also the father of Robert Coleman, who died in the same County, 1761. the descendants of Robert Coleman of Nansemond lived in an entirely different section of the original Edgecombe, which then covered not only its present area but parts of other present-day counties, Wilson, for example."





[S1911]


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 _(RESEARCH QUERY) COLEMAN _|
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|                                 
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|--Robert COLEMAN of Nansemond
|  (1650 - ....)
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|___________________________|
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[S1911]


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Samuel DEDMAN Jr.

Mar 1748 - 18 Aug 1834

ID Number: I15117

  • OCCUPATION: Rev War #35887 Pension Sgt VA.
  • RESIDENCE: Louisa Co. VA and Montgomery Co. KY and Pike Co. IN
  • BIRTH: Mar 1748, Louisa Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 18 Aug 1834, Sugar Ridge, Pike Co. Indiana
  • BURIAL: Sugar Ridge, Pike Co. Indiana [74309]
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:12XQ-V36) [S190] [S2815]
Father: Samuel DEDMAN Sr.
Mother: Mary FIELD


Family 1 : Mary Elizabeth DIXON
  1. +Sarah Fields DEDMAN
  2.  Elijah DEDMAN

Notes


"Husband Samuel Dedman mentions wife Mary in 1820, he is survived only by children in 1834. He states in 1820 that Mary had been blind for 14 years."


Served in battles of Brandywine, Germantown and Monmouth.
Moved to Indiana from Montgomery Co, Kentucky where he had lived with his son.
In 1808 there was a Samuel D. living in Fleming Co. Ky. Presumed to be the same Samuel.
In 1796 he executed a deed for land in Ragged Mtn. 4 miles S.E. of Charlottesville, Va.
Inlisted in Revolutionary War Feb. 7, 1777 in Albemarle Va. A 3 yr enlistment under Company Commander Captain John Marks, 14th Va. Reg.
Received grant of 200 acres in Montgomery Co. Ky in 1783, also lived in Fleming Co. Ky.
Shown on lst KY census 1790 in Fayette Co. On Tax List in Fayette 7/2/89
Census 1800 Montgomery Co KY tax list 8/22/1800
Petition for aid 8 July 1818 and oct 12 1819 and dec 21 1820 stated that Mary was blind.
Affidavit from Montgomery Co. Ky. 20 Sept. 1820 stated Sam'l now in Indiana for 20 years.
Children listed on Final Payout paper for his Pension.
Samuel's name is found on the 'List of Bounty Recipients' in the book Census 1785, Albemarle VA Samuel 4 white 7 buildings


'Revolutionary Soldiers in Kentucky' compiled by Anderson Chenault Quinsenberry. May 14, 1895
In the introductory to the book he states "Nearly all the original adult male steelers of the State (Kentucky) had seen service in the Revolutionary War, and especially was this the case with those from Virginia, very many of whom had been granted lands in Kentucky by that State on account of their services in the war. Kentucky was then "the great West" of the Union --the land of abundance and of promise --
"The Unknown Land, that on the sunset rim
Stretched over distance limitless and dim --
Lay with its spread of plain and vale and hill,
Beyond the eye, mysterious and still."


So when the veteran patriots laid down their arms at the advent of the peace they had conquered, and returned to their homes broken in fortune, but rich in hope and courage, their eager eyes saw the brilliant bow of promise toward the land of the setting sun, and thither many thousands of them wended their way with wives and children and lares and panates, to build new homes and carve outnew fortunes in the forests primeval."


2 Samuel, Jr. DEDMAN b: Mar 1748/49 d: 18 Aug 1834 + Mary Elizabeth DIXON b: Apr 1742 d: 1820.


Children:
2 William DEDMAN b: 1772 d: 4 Mar 1852 + Jeasrey CORYDON b: Abt 1790 d: 1830 Jane CARDER Married: 13 Oct 1833 in Pike, IN.
2 Sarah Fields DEDMAN b: Abt 1778 d: 1828 + Walter GERRALD
2 Polly DEDMAN b: Abt 1780 + UNKNOWN WYATTE
2 Elijah DEDMAN b: Abt 1785 d: 7 Jul 1849 + Sally EVERITT b: Abt 1785 d: 12 May 1850




[S2815]

[74309]
tombstone copied by Josie Wilson


                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Samuel DEDMAN Sr.___|
| (1720 - 1800) m 1746|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Samuel DEDMAN Jr.
|  (1748 - 1834)
|                                            _Henry FIELD ________+
|                                           | (1720 - 1778)       
|                      _John FIELD Sr.______|
|                     | (1740 - 1789)       |
|                     |                     |_Ann LIGHTFOOT ______
|                     |                       (1720 - 1778)       
|_Mary FIELD _________|
  (1725 - 1819) m 1746|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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[S190]

[S2815]

[S2815]


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Silas FITZGERALD

1779 - ____

ID Number: I65466

  • RESIDENCE: Faquier Co. VA & Fayette Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1779, Faquier Co. Virginia [S2471]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2471]

Family 1 : Susannah TYLER

Sources

[S2471]

[S2471]

[S2471]


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Henry GATEWOOD V

21 Aug 1814 - AFT 1879

ID Number: I17487

  • RESIDENCE: Green and Wayne Co. KY and Johnson Co. TX
  • BIRTH: 21 Aug 1814, Kentucky
  • DEATH: AFT 1879, Texas
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS IGI Census:1850 Wayne, KY [S125] [S557] [S2162] [S2362] [S2908]
Father: Henry GATEWOOD IV
Mother: Amy QUISENBERRY


Family 1 : Lucinda PHILLIPS
  1. +Pleasant Dudley GATEWOOD
  2. +Mary E. GATEWOOD
  3. +John C. GATEWOOD
  4.  Hiram B. GATEWOOD
  5. +Henry GATEWOOD VI
Family 2 : Elizabeth G.

                                                          _Henry GATEWOOD Jr.____+
                                                         | (1720 - 1799) m 1740  
                       _Henry GATEWOOD III_______________|
                      | (1752 - 1822) m 1772             |
                      |                                  |_Mary CRUTCHER? _______
                      |                                    (1724 - 1774) m 1740  
 _Henry GATEWOOD IV___|
| (1781 - 1824) m 1805|
|                     |                                   _Charles PEMBERTON ____+
|                     |                                  | (1720 - ....)         
|                     |_Phildelphia "Delphia" PEMBERTON _|
|                       (1754 - 1797) m 1772             |
|                                                        |_Sarah BENNETT ________
|                                                          (1720 - ....)         
|
|--Henry GATEWOOD V
|  (1814 - 1879)
|                                                         _Aaron QUISENBERRY Sr._+
|                                                        | (1725 - 1795) m 1748  
|                      _Moses QUISENBERRY _______________|
|                     | (1748 - 1805) m 1768             |
|                     |                                  |_Joyce DUDLEY? ________
|                     |                                    (1728 - 1795) m 1748  
|_Amy QUISENBERRY ____|
  (1780 - 1855) m 1805|
                      |                                   _Henry GATEWOOD Jr.____+
                      |                                  | (1720 - 1799) m 1740  
                      |_Mary GATEWOOD ___________________|
                        (1745 - 1814) m 1768             |
                                                         |_Mary CRUTCHER? _______
                                                           (1724 - 1774) m 1740  

Sources

[S125]

[S557]

[S2162]

[S2362]

[S2908]


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Francis GRAVES Sr.

ABT 1630 - BEF 5 Aug 1691

ID Number: I4502

Father: Thomas II GRAVES "the Immigrant"
Mother: Katherine CROSHER


Family 1 :
  1. +John GRAVES
Family 2 : Jane (Maguffey) (Davenport)
  1. +Francis GRAVES Jr.
  2. +Richard GRAVES
  3. +Thomas GRAVES

Notes


2005 Update: However, the preliminary results of the Graves DNA Study indicate that Francis probably was a son of another Graves immigrant, and the child of Capt. Thomas Graves was a daughter. (R-14, R-20, R-506, R-507, R-518).


The biggest question are how the Maryland Graves, Greaves is related to the familes of Virginia and North Carolina and whether the branches previously assigned to Thomas Graves of VA are descended from Capt Thomas Graves or from another ancestor (such as John Graves of Concord, MA)
*********
Francis Graves, Sr. was born about 1630 in Virginia and died about 1691 (before 5 Aug. 1691). The birth date of Francis is inferred from the fact that he was still a minor and described as "orphan of Capt. Thomas Graves decd."


On 28 Dec 1638, Henry Penington received 100 pounds of tobacco and a cow calf for the use of Francis Graves in full satisfaction for a parcel of land that Henry Wilson bought that did belong unto Francis Graves the cow calf and tobacco being paid by Alice Wilson widow - Northampton Co. Will Book I, p. 140 (15W[2]389 & 1Ames145)


On 28 Nov 1642, a certificate was granted unto Francis Graves, orphan of Capt. Thomas Graves deceased, for transportation of Richard Cainhoe, Capt. Tho: Graves, Mrs. Fraunces Jefferd, William Deaton and Richard Cox - Northampton Co. Will Book 2, p. 116 (15W[2]390, Marshall12 & 2Ames223)


In 1642. From this date until 1672 we have no information about Francis. According to Mrs Hiden, it is likely from the associates his family chose that he spent some time in Gloucester Co., Va. before settling in Essex Co.It is also probable that he lived in Essex Co. before patenting land there, and that the 714 acres patented 10 Oct.1672 (S.L.O. 6, p. 436)


"on the south side of the river, part on the branch of Gilson Creek and part on Hoskins Creek adjoining Mr. Beverley's corner," represented a choice of location rather than just the reward for transporting 14 persons."


On 20 Oct 1672, Francis Graves patented 714 acres of land in Rappa. Co., on S. side sd. Riv., part on branches of Gilson's Cr. & part in Hodgins Cr; adj. Mr. Beverley, near Button Bridge (Range); over the new Road &c., for trans. of 15 persons - Patent Book No. 6, p. 436 (2C&P120)


He married Jane Maguffey (or McGuffy or Maguffy) before 28 Nov. 1678.


"Francis b ca 1630; d. ca Aug. 1691, son of Capt Thomas and Katherine ? of Northampton Co.; m. by 28 Nov 1678, Jane (Maguffey) Davenport, mother of John, Jane and Elizabeth Davenport. She m. (3) John Doughty of Essex Co. Cowherd, pp. 322-3."


The marriage of Francis to Jane was his second (according to Mrs. Sue Davis). At the time of his marriage to Jane he gave certain cattle to his step-children, John and Jane Maguffey and Elizabeth Davenport (Old Rappahannock Records, Deeds and Wills 6, p. 57). The original deed preserved among the loose papers of Essex Co. and shows Francis Graves's firm signature.


Gay & Ed Carrigan gaedcar@gulftel.com Subject: Francis Graves
In answer to your GenForum Query:
28 Nov 1678, Rappahannock Rec. Bk 1677-82, p 200: Know all men by these presents that whereas I FRANCIS GRAVES of Rappa County in Virginia, did make a verball PROMISE TO MY NOW WIFE JANE BEFORE MARRIAGE to confirme the gift of two heiffers & a calfe TO HER THREE CHILDREN doe therefore hereby (FOR THE LOVE AND AFFECTION I HAVE AND BEARE UNTO THE SAID CHILDREN JOHN & JANE McGUFFE AND ELIZABETH DAVENPORT) freely give & grant to the said JOHN a certaine heiffer cald Rose marked with two crops & a hole in the right eare and to the said JANE a certaine heiffer called nancy marked with two crops in both eares & swallow forks in both eares and to the said ELIZABETH a cow calfe called tidy marked with a slit in each eare, to them the said John Jane & Elizabeth with the increase of the same (the male onely excepted) & to their heires & assigns forever, & I do warrant the same to be free from the clayme of any person whatsoever, as witness my hand & seal this 28th of Novembr 1678. Wit: Phi. Pendleton & Mary E. Butcher


In 1694, after Francis had died and Jane had remarried John Doughty, this new husband deeded certain property to Jane's sons, Francis, Richard, and Thomas Graves (Essex Deeds and Wills 6, Reverse of book, p. 296). Doughty died between 1704, when he is listed in the Quit Rent Roll (Va. Mag., vol. 33, p. 262), and 1715, when Francis and Thomas Graves (sons of Jane and Francis) appear on the list (Essex Quit Rent Roll 1715, Archives Div.,State Library).


Children - Graves, by first marriage John Graves, m. Johanna ------, d. 1720.
Children - Graves, by Jane Maguffey
Francis Graves, Jr., b. 1679, m. Anne Reynolds (?) 1699, d. 1748.
See Will of John Doughty in his record.


Francis Graves, Sr. (7) was born about 1630 in Virginia, and died about 1691 (before 5 Aug. 1691). The birth date of Francis is inferred from the fact that he was still a minor and described as "orphan of Capt. Thomas Graves decd." in 1642. From this date until 1672 we have no information about Francis. According to Mrs. Hiden, it is likely from the associates his family chose that he spent some time in Gloucester Co., Va. before settling in Essex Co. It is also probable that he lived in Essex Co. before patenting land there, and that the 714 acres he patented 10 Oct. 1672 (S.L.O. 6, p. 436) "on the south side of the river, part on the branch of Gilson's Creek and part on Hoskins Creek adjoining Mr. Beverley's corner," represented a choice of location rather than just the reward for transporting 14 persons.


He married Jane Maguffey (or McGuffy or Maguffy) before 28 Nov. 1678. Her maiden name may have been Davenport, and she may have first married Mr. Maguffey, secondly Francis Graves, and thirdly John D. Doughty. The marriage of Francis to Jane was his second (according to Mrs. Sue Davis). At the time of his marriage to Jane he gave certain cattle to his step-children, John and Jane Maguffey and Elizabeth Davenport (Old Rappahannock Records, Deeds and Wills 6, p. 57). The original deed is preserved among the loose papers of Essex Co. and shows Francis Graves's firm signature.


In 1694, after Francis had died and Jane had remarried John Doughty, this new husband deeded certain property to Jane's sons, Francis, Richard, and Thomas Graves (Essex Deeds and Wills 6, Reverse of book, p. 296). Doughty died between 1704, when he is listed in the Quit Rent Roll (Va. Mag., vol. 33, p. 262), and 1715, when Francis and Thomas Graves (sons of Jane and Francis) appear on the list (Essex Quit Rent Roll 1715, Archives Div., Va. State Library).


According to The Diary of Robert Rose, p. 320, Francis Graves, Jr., who died in 1748, had a nephew Benjamin Graves who had been overseer, first for the Rev. John Bagge on Thomas Button's "Range" plantation in Essex Co. in 1726 and earlier, and then for Parson Rose at the glebe in Essex Co., Va.


It was suggested that Francis was not a son of Capt. Thomas Graves, but of someone else, and that there was a Frances Graves who was a daughter of Capt. Thomas Graves. This was thought to be incorrect, as explained in the Appendix at the end of this book. However, the preliminary results of the Graves DNA Study indicate that Francis probably was a son of another Graves immigrant, and the child of Capt. Thomas Graves was a daughter. (R-14, R-20, R-506, R-507, R-518)


Descendants of Francis2 Graves are especially needed to confirm the ancestry and structure of that part of the family. Among many fragments of the family probably descended from Francis2 Graves are genealogies 889 and 892 of King & Queen and Gloucester counties, VA. A descendant of 892 and one of 889 have been tested, and both match Francis2, but we don't know how they are connected (if they are). And while we are discussing possible descendants of Francis2, James Graves and Mary Copeland of VA & GA (gen. 150) should be included too.


LARGE BLUE GROUP IN MASTER DNA TABLE
It is apparent that the largest group of participants are descended from the common ancestor of the large blue group in the master DNA results table.


This includes John Graves of Concord, MA (gen. 166), Rear Adm. Thomas Graves of Charlestown, MA (gen. 28), John Greaves of St. Mary's Co., MD (gen. 247), James Graves who married Mary Copeland of VA and GA (gen. 150), probably Francis2 Graves (previously believed to be a son of Capt. Thomas Graves of VA), and most of the Graves families of Randolph Co., NC.


If we test enough markers, the patriarch of each family will have a slightly different set of results (a slightly different haplotype). It may then be possible to match each of these haplotypes to a branch of an even older family. For instance, we should be able to tell whether James Graves of VA & GA (gen. 150) was descended from Francis Graves (which I think is most likely), or from gen. 166, 247, or other family. And then we should be able to tell the ancestry of Francis Graves (although that may require much more participation from Graves descendants in England).


In conclusion, it is very important to the success of this project that more people participate in the DNA study, that more families are represented, and that tests for results in this large blue group be extended to 37 markers.
Otherwise, the likelihood of finding relationships will be very low. The same reasoning discussed above applies to family groups other than those in the large blue group to a greater or lesser extent.
"Kenneth V. Graves" ken.graves@gravesfa.org
Subject: Graves Family Bulletin, Vol. 6, No. 3, July 11, 2004
http://www.gravesfa.org/DNA_charts.pdf


28 Nov 1678, Rappahannock Rec. Bk 1677-82, p 200: Know all men by these presents that whereas I FRANCIS GRAVES of Rappa County in Virginia, did make a verball PROMISE TO MY NOW WIFE JANE BEFORE MARRIAGE to confirme the gift of two heiffers & a calfe TO HER THREE CHILDREN doe therefore hereby (FOR THE LOVE AND AFFECTION I HAVE AND BEARE UNTO THE SAID CHILDREN JOHN & JANE McGUFFE AND ELIZABETH DAVENPORT) freely give & grant to the said JOHN a certaine heiffer cald Rose marked with two crops & a hole in the right eare and to the said JANE a certaine heiffer called nancy marked with two crops in both eares & swallow forks in both eares and to the said ELIZABETH a cow calfe called tidy marked with a slit in each eare, to them the said John Jane & Elizabeth with the increase of the same (the male onely excepted) & to their heires & assigns forever, & I do warrant the same to be free from the clayme of any person whatsoever, as witness my hand & seal this 28th of Novembr 1678. Wit: Phi. Pendleton & Mary E. Butcher


In 1694, after Francis had died and Jane had remarried John Doughty, this new husband deeded certain property to Jane's sons, Francis, Richard, and Thomas Graves (Essex Deeds and Wills 6, Reverse of book, p. 296). Doughty died between 1704, when he is listed in the Quit Rent Roll (Va. Mag., vol. 33, p. 262), and 1715, when Francis and Thomas Graves (sons of Jane and Francis) appear on the list (Essex Quit Rent Roll 1715, Archives Div.,State Library).


Francis Graves was in Gloucester Co., Va., before settling in Essex adjoining Mr. Beverley's corner." Co., 714 acres patented


Oct. 10, 1672 (S.L.O. 6, page 436) on the southe side of the river, part of the branch of Gilson Creek and part of the Hoskins Creek



[S1353] [S450] [S1439] [S1439] [S1439] [S861] [S1697]


                                                                     _John GRAVES _________________________
                                                                    | (1530 - ....)                        
                                    _Thomas GRAVES I________________|
                                   | (1556 - 1637) m 1580           |
                                   |                                |______________________________________
                                   |                                                                       
 _Thomas II GRAVES "the Immigrant"_|
| (1584 - 1635) m 1610             |
|                                  |                                 _Thomas BLAGROVE _____________________+
|                                  |                                | (1534 - 1590) m 1558                 
|                                  |_Joan BLAGROVE _________________|
|                                    (1560 - 1620) m 1580           |
|                                                                   |_Joan BELLAME ________________________+
|                                                                     (1538 - ....) m 1558                 
|
|--Francis GRAVES Sr.
|  (1630 - 1691)
|                                                                    _(RESEARCH QUERY) CROSHAW OR CROSHER _
|                                                                   |                                      
|                                   _Joseph CROSHER "the Immigrant"_|
|                                  | (1561 - ....)                  |
|                                  |                                |______________________________________
|                                  |                                                                       
|_Katherine CROSHER _______________|
  (1586 - 1636) m 1610             |
                                   |                                 ______________________________________
                                   |                                |                                      
                                   |________________________________|
                                                                    |
                                                                    |______________________________________
                                                                                                           

Sources

[S183]

[S448]

[S450]

[S605]

[S736]

[S737]

[S861]

[S1439]

[S1353]

[S450]

[S1439]

[S1439]

[S1439]

[S861]

[S1697]


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Thompson HOFFPAUIR

1845 - AFT 1880

ID Number: I96925

  • RESIDENCE: Lafayette and Vermillion and Acadia Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 1845
  • DEATH: AFT 1880, prob. Rayne, Louisiana
  • BURIAL: Rayne Cemetery, no. 1, sec. 14B
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2804] [S3033]
Father: Nathan HOFFPAUIR
Mother: Lucinda SPELL


Family 1 : Mary Christine GREEN

Notes


1880 Census Place 2nd Ward, Lafayette, Louisiana Family History Library Film 1254455 NA Film Number T9-0455 Page Number 410B


Children:
Erasco HOFFPAUIR b. 30 Aug 1869
Nathan "NATE" HOFFPAUIR b. Feb 1870 in Louisiana
Maary D. HOFFPAUIR b. 1878 in Louisiana
John Rufus HOFFPAUIR b. Jan 1884 in Ward 2, Lafayette Parish, Louisiana
Ruthie HOFFPAUIR
Araste HOFFPAUIR b. 12 Aug 1870
Phineas HOFFPAUIR b. Jun 1873
Aaron HOFFPAUIR b. 19 Dec 1874


                                                           _Thomas HOFFPAUIR "the Immigrant"_
                                                          | (1735 - 1828) m 1774             
                       _Thomas Abraham Henry HOFFPAUIR II_|
                      | (1788 - 1863) m 1807              |
                      |                                   |_Marie Charlotte PERRILLARD ______
                      |                                     (1744 - 1828) m 1774             
 _Nathan HOFFPAUIR ___|
| (1815 - 1888) m 1833|
|                     |                                    _Edward FOREMAN Jr._______________+
|                     |                                   | (1749 - 1818) m 1798             
|                     |_Julie Ann "Winnie" FOREMAN _______|
|                       (1789 - 1864) m 1807              |
|                                                         |_Nancy Anna PERRY ________________+
|                                                           (1771 - 1824) m 1798             
|
|--Thompson HOFFPAUIR 
|  (1845 - 1880)
|                                                          __________________________________
|                                                         |                                  
|                      _Benenger SPELL ___________________|
|                     | (1784 - 1850) m 1802              |
|                     |                                   |__________________________________
|                     |                                                                      
|_Lucinda SPELL ______|
  (1814 - ....) m 1833|
                      |                                    _Ephrem Joseph FOREMAN ___________+
                      |                                   | (1766 - 1854) m 1782             
                      |_Dorothy FOREMAN __________________|
                        (1786 - 1860) m 1802              |
                                                          |_Mary Elizabeth BROWN ____________
                                                            (1765 - 1820) m 1782             

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[S2804]

[S3033]


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Capt. Peter RANSOM "the Immigrant"

ABT 1600 - ____

ID Number: I48946

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • RESIDENCE: Mobjack Bay, Gloucester Co VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1600
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1744]

Family 1 :
  1. +George RANSOM

Sources

[S1744]


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Ernest Leon STONE

31 Aug 1892 - 1976

ID Number: I56183

  • RESIDENCE: St. Helena Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 31 Aug 1892, of St. Helena Parish, LA
  • DEATH: 1976
  • RESOURCES: See: [S397] [S1037]
Father: William Warren STONE Jr.
Mother: Eudora Ann STOREY


Family 1 : Viola CHAMBERS

                                                       _Marble (Marvel) STONE ________+
                                                      | (1780 - 1832) m 1811          
                            _William Warren STONE Sr._|
                           | (1826 - 1907) m 1856     |
                           |                          |_Rebecca WARREN _______________+
                           |                            (1789 - 1832) m 1811          
 _William Warren STONE Jr._|
| (1857 - 1943) m 1882     |
|                          |                           _John Sawyer ARBUTHNOT ________+
|                          |                          | (1806 - 1878) m 1830          
|                          |_Ann ARBUTHNOT ___________|
|                            (1831 - 1907) m 1856     |
|                                                     |_Mary Ann "Aunt Polly" HODGES _+
|                                                       (1808 - 1893) m 1830          
|
|--Ernest Leon STONE 
|  (1892 - 1976)
|                                                      _______________________________
|                                                     |                               
|                           __________________________|
|                          |                          |
|                          |                          |_______________________________
|                          |                                                          
|_Eudora Ann STOREY _______|
  (1854 - 1934) m 1882     |
                           |                           _______________________________
                           |                          |                               
                           |__________________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |_______________________________
                                                                                      

Sources

[S397]

[S1037]


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Albert Dudley WATTS

18 Jun 1864 - 22 Aug 1938

ID Number: I100657

  • RESIDENCE: Pedlar, Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 18 Jun 1864
  • DEATH: 22 Aug 1938
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3645]
Father: Albert Drake WATTS
Mother: Martha Ann Mildred. MILLNER


Family 1 : Emma Willis RUCKER

Notes


Albert Dudley Watts born June 18, 1864 ; died August 22, 1938 married November 03, 1886 to
Emma Willis Rucker born August 05, 1869; died June 20, 1964.


1910 United States Federal Census
Name: Albert D Watts
Age in 1910: 46 Estimated Birth Year: 1863
Birthplace: Virginia Home in 1910: PEDLAR, AMHERST, Virginia
Race: White Gender: Male
Series: T624 Roll: 1621 Part: 1 Page: 140B Year: 1910


1920 Census: age 55 and Wife, Emma W.age 50; dau Margaret, dau Ruth
1930 Census: age 65; wife Emma-61; mother in law Rucker, Susan E., age 86; Margaret-19, dau; grandson, Loyd-19 Watts.


                                                      _Caleb WATTS ________+
                                                     | (1745 - 1826)       
                                _Samuel WATTS _______|
                               | (1778 - 1858) m 1801|
                               |                     |_Susannah____________
                               |                       (1750 - ....)       
 _Albert Drake WATTS __________|
| (1820 - 1886) m 1844         |
|                              |                      _____________________
|                              |                     |                     
|                              |_Nancy WILCOX _______|
|                                (1784 - 1870) m 1801|
|                                                    |_____________________
|                                                                          
|
|--Albert Dudley WATTS 
|  (1864 - 1938)
|                                                     _William MILLNER ____
|                                                    | (1760 - ....)       
|                               _Lee MILLNER ________|
|                              | (1787 - 1840) m 1813|
|                              |                     |_ LEE _______________
|                              |                       (1760 - ....)       
|_Martha Ann Mildred. MILLNER _|
  (1825 - 1886) m 1844         |
                               |                      _ HARRIS ____________
                               |                     | (1770 - ....)       
                               |_Mildred HARRIS _____|
                                 (1792 - 1844) m 1813|
                                                     |_ PENDLETON _________+
                                                       (1770 - ....)       

Sources

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Agnes Parson WOODSON

14 Dec 1745 - ____

ID Number: I81387

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 14 Dec 1745
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3070]
Father: Charles WOODSON Sr.
Mother: Agnes PARSONS


Notes


Agnes Parsons Woodson, 14 December 1745, married John Ellyson [S3070]

                                             _John WOODSON _______+
                                            | (1658 - 1715) m 1679
                       _Tarleton WOODSON ___|
                      | (1680 - 1761) m 1705|
                      |                     |_Judith TARLETON ____+
                      |                       (1660 - 1714) m 1679
 _Charles WOODSON Sr._|
| (1706 - ....) m 1744|
|                     |                      _Charles FLEMING ____+
|                     |                     | (1650 - 1717) m 1680
|                     |_Ursula FLEMING _____|
|                       (1682 - 1760) m 1705|
|                                           |_Susannah TARLETON __+
|                                             (1661 - 1717) m 1680
|
|--Agnes Parson WOODSON 
|  (1745 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _Joseph PARSONS III__|
|                     | (1698 - 1769) m 1717|
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Agnes PARSONS ______|
  (1720 - 1770) m 1744|
                      |                      _Robert WOODSON Jr.__+
                      |                     | (1660 - 1729) m 1690
                      |_Sarah WOODSON ______|
                        (1692 - ....) m 1717|
                                            |_Sarah LEWIS ________+
                                              (1663 - 1710) m 1690

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