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GILBERT BUCHANAN 8th of Buchanan

____ - ____

ID Number: I86692

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • OCCUPATION: Acceded 1273
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3172]
Father: John Aaron FROST


Family 1 :
  1. +James BUTLER

Notes


(i) Gilbert Buchanan, 8th of Buchanan (a 1273)

                                           __
                                          |  
                     _Joseph FROST _______|
                    | (1784 - 1850)       |
                    |                     |__
                    |                        
 _John Aaron FROST _|
| (1815 - 1866)     |
|                   |                      __
|                   |                     |  
|                   |_Mary MARTIN ________|
|                     (1787 - ....)       |
|                                         |__
|                                            
|
|--GILBERT BUCHANAN 8th of Buchanan
|  
|                                          __
|                                         |  
|                    _____________________|
|                   |                     |
|                   |                     |__
|                   |                        
|___________________|
                    |
                    |                      __
                    |                     |  
                    |_____________________|
                                          |
                                          |__
                                             

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Mary Obeidence CLAY

ABT 1712 - ABT 1770

ID Number: I84322

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico and Chesterfield Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1712, Henrico Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 1770, Chesterfield Co. Virginia
Father: James CLAY
Mother: Phoebe BELCHER


Family 1 : Richard BELCHER Sr.
  1.  Isahm BELCHER Sr.
  2. +Phoebe BELCHER

                                                     ________________________________________
                                                    |                                        
                       _____________________________|
                      |                             |
                      |                             |________________________________________
                      |                                                                      
 _James CLAY _________|
| (1670 - 1750)       |
|                     |                              ________________________________________
|                     |                             |                                        
|                     |_____________________________|
|                                                   |
|                                                   |________________________________________
|                                                                                            
|
|--Mary Obeidence CLAY 
|  (1712 - 1770)
|                                                    _William Thomas BELCHER "the Immigrant"_
|                                                   | (1605 - ....) m 1636                   
|                      _Robert G. (George) BELCHER _|
|                     | (1649 - ....) m 1669        |
|                     |                             |_Tabitha BARTLETT ______________________
|                     |                               (1608 - ....) m 1636                   
|_Phoebe BELCHER _____|
  (1673 - ....)       |
                      |                              _HENRY ISHAM "the Immigrant"____________+
                      |                             | (1628 - 1678)                          
                      |_Phoebe ISHAM _______________|
                        (1650 - 1735) m 1669        |
                                                    |_Katherine BANKS _______________________+
                                                      (1620 - ....)                          

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JOHN K.G. de CLIFFORD 7th Lord of Westmoreland,

ABT 1388 - 13 Mar 1421

ID Number: I2953

  • OCCUPATION: Hereditary Sheriff Of Westmoreland M.P.
  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1388
  • DEATH: 13 Mar 1421, Siege Of Meaux, France
  • BURIAL: Bolton Priory
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S504] [S2807]
Father: THOMAS 6TH LORD de CLIFFORD of Westmoreland
Mother: ELIZABETH de ROS of Hamlake


Family 1 : ELIZABETH de PERCY
  1. +THOMAS de CLIFFORD 8th Lord of Wordsworth
  2. +MARY de CLIFFORD

Notes


Hereditary Sheriff of Westmorland, M.P., only son and heir of Thomas de Clifford, aged three at his father's death. They had two sons and one daughter. He took part in a great tournament at Carlisle between six English and six Scottish Knights. He was summoned to Parliament from 21 Sep 1412.


John de Clifford, Lord Clifford, was slain at the siege of Meaux, France, on 13 Mar 1421/2, and was said to have been buried at Bolton Priory. His widow was married for the second time in 1426 to Ralph Nelville.....


                                                                                          _ROBERT de CLIFFORD 2nd Lord of Wordsworth_+
                                                                                         | (1305 - 1344) m 1328                      
                                               _ROGER de CLIFFORD 5th Lord of Wordsworth_|
                                              | (1333 - 1389) m 1356                     |
                                              |                                          |_ISABEL de BERKELEY _______________________+
                                              |                                            (1303 - 1362) m 1328                      
 _THOMAS 6TH LORD de CLIFFORD of Westmoreland_|
| (1363 - 1392)                               |
|                                             |                                           _THOMAS de BEAUCHAMP 3rd Earl of Warwick___+
|                                             |                                          | (1312 - 1369) m 1323                      
|                                             |_MAUD de BEAUCHAMP _______________________|
|                                               (1335 - 1402) m 1356                     |
|                                                                                        |_KATHERINE de MORTIMER ____________________+
|                                                                                          (1309 - 1371) m 1323                      
|
|--JOHN K.G. de CLIFFORD 7th Lord of Westmoreland,
|  (1388 - 1421)
|                                                                                         _WILLIAM III de ROS Baron of Hamelake______+
|                                                                                        | (1296 - 1342) m 1326                      
|                                              _THOMAS de ROS 4th Lord of Hemlsley, Knt__|
|                                             | (1336 - 1384) m 1358                     |
|                                             |                                          |_MARGERY de BADLESMERE ____________________+
|                                             |                                            (1306 - 1363) m 1326                      
|_ELIZABETH de ROS of Hamlake_________________|
  (1370 - 1424)                               |
                                              |                                           _RALPH de STAFFORD II______________________+
                                              |                                          | (1301 - 1372) m 1336                      
                                              |_BEATRICE de STAFFORD ____________________|
                                                (1340 - 1415) m 1358                     |
                                                                                         |_MARGARET de AUDLEY _______________________+
                                                                                           (1325 - 1348) m 1336                      

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[S504]

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Phearby Ann HODGES

17 Jul 1853 - 10 May 1948

ID Number: I6274

  • RESIDENCE: St. Helena & Tangipahoa Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 17 Jul 1853, St. Helena Parish, LA
  • DEATH: 10 May 1948
  • RESOURCES: See: [S294] [S449]
Father: John Gleason HODGES
Mother: Jincey Ann FLETCHER


Family 1 : Robert Hutchinson ROWND
  1.  Robert Horace ROWND
  2.  Lemuel Oscar ROWND
  3.  Margaret ROWND
  4.  John Scholfield ROWND
  5.  Alma Ethel ROWND
  6.  Robert Hodges ROWND
  7.  Albert Eugene ROWND
  8.  William Ernest ROWND
  9.  Leslie Lee ROWND
  10.  Carrie Estelle ROWND

                                               _______________________
                                              |                       
                        _LLYWELYN ap Seisyllt_|
                       | (0960 - ....)        |
                       |                      |_______________________
                       |                                              
 _John Gleason HODGES _|
| (1812 - ....) m 1844 |
|                      |                       _______________________
|                      |                      |                       
|                      |_Phearby Ann HARRELL _|
|                        (1785 - 1819) m 1802 |
|                                             |_______________________
|                                                                     
|
|--Phearby Ann HODGES 
|  (1853 - 1948)
|                                              _William III FLETCHER _
|                                             | (1729 - 1831) m 1761  
|                       _Jehu FLETCHER _______|
|                      | (1791 - 1865) m 1813 |
|                      |                      |_Elizabeth MCINTOSH ___
|                      |                        (1729 - 1806) m 1761  
|_Jincey Ann FLETCHER _|
  (1822 - 1907) m 1844 |
                       |                       _______________________
                       |                      |                       
                       |_Margaret GLOVER _____|
                         (1795 - 1886) m 1813 |
                                              |_______________________
                                                                      

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Conner MCCOY


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Gen. William RUSSELL II

1735 - 14 Jan 1793

ID Number: I61547

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War
  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co. and Shenandoah, and 1770 Washington Co. VA\TN
  • BIRTH: 1735, Culpeper Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 14 Jan 1793, Shenandoah, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2299] [S3596]
Father: William RUSSELL I
Mother: Martha HENLEY


Family 1 : Tabitha ADAMS
  1.  Henry RUSSELL
  2. +William RUSSELL III
  3.  Mary Henley RUSSELL
  4. +Robert Spotswood RUSSELL
  5.  Tabitha Adams RUSSELL
  6.  Arthelia RUSSELL
  7.  Katherine RUSSELL
  8. +John Coates RUSSELL
  9.  Samuel RUSSELL
  10.  Celah RUSSELL
  11.  Henley RUSSELL
  12. +Chloe RUSSELL
Family 2 : Elizabeth HENRY
  1.  Henry Winston RUSSELL
  2.  Elizabeth Henry RUSSELL
  3.  Patrick Henry RUSSELL
  4.  Jane Robertson RUSSELL

Notes


"He received a classical and scientific education at William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va. He had decided to adopt the profession of law when he returned home in the spring of 1755. The intention was interrupted by his marriage, which took place that summer, while he was still one year from completing his majority. In consequence of this, he abandoned the study of law and settled upon a plantation in the northwestern portion of Culpeper Co., on the north branch of Hedgman River.


Records in Frederick Co. show that in 1763 "William Russell, gent., and heir at law of William Russell, dec'd., and Tabitha, his wife, sold 73 acres of land, it being part of a tract of 4950 acres patented to William Russell, dec'd., from the King's office in 1735." Also, they sold 300 acres in 1757, it being the remainder of a tract of 3650 acres.


In 1765, Capt. Russell was sent by the British authorities on some mission among the Indians in the section of the country, about where Chattanooga is situated, and was employed nearly 12 months in executing this trust, during which time he endured great hardships among the Creek Indians. While on this tour he kept a journal, which was long preserved, but has unfortunately been lost.


In 1770 he migrated, with his family, to southwestern Virginia and settled temporarily on the New River. His design was to go on to Kentucky where he had valuable lands. In the fall of 1773, with the intention of executing this purpose, he proceeded with his family to Castle Woods, on Clinch river; but from information received, he considered it too dangerous to pass the Wilderness of the Cumberland with his family at that time; so he halted, with them, and sent forward his eldest son, Henry, with some negros, to make a settlement preparatory to the removal of his family afterwards. A party under the guidence of Daniel Boone were then ready to attempt to make their way into Ky. and Henry with his negros, joined them, the whole expedition numbering about 80 persons.


The account of what befell them is recorded in Flint's "Life of Daniel Boone" and is quoted in the RUSSELL book, pg. 9-10. One of the 6 who were slain in this encounter was Henry Russell, then 17 years of age. One of his negro men was also killed. The account of the massacre in Powell's Valley, in Butler's "History of Kentucky", speaks of the "fate of 3 boys, the eldest hopes of 3 families, (Henry Russell, Daniel Boone's son and another).


The death of his eldest son was a terrible blow, and caused him to relinquish all idea of emigration to Ky. He owned a tract of 2400 acres of land on Clinch river, which had been granted him by the King of England through the government and council of Va. Upon this he established his home, near a settlement called Clinch, about 12 miles from Castle Woods Ford on Clinch river, and immediately on the line of travel from Va. to the Wilderness of Ky. That locality is now in Russell Co., Va.


In 1774 Capt. Russell commanded an expedition against the Shawnees, and also led his company in the battle of Point Pleasant.


In 1776 we find Capt. Russell promoted to Col. He was constantly engaged in repelling the aggressive Indians on the frontiers of Virginia and Tennessee. It was during this year (1776) that Col. Russell lost his beloved wife, who died while he was away from home in the discharge of his soldierly duties. Upon his return to his family he found it a bereaved one. The devoted and affectionate wife and mother was gone, and his house left desolate. It was upon the place near Clinch that Tabitha Adams Russell was buried in 1776....


Col. Russell now considered the locality of his home as unsafe for his children and immediately removed with them to a farm adjoining the Aspenville tract belonging to Col. William Campbell, on the middle fork of the Holston, near the Seven Mile Ford. His 2 eldest sons, William and Robert, remained at home for a short time, but they too, soon took arms for defense against the Indians.


Upon his eldest daughter, Mary Henley, then just 16, devolved the care of the motherless children as well as the task of rearing her infant sister of 6 months.


After serving with distinction in the Revolutionary War, he returned home in 1783 and married Elizabeth Henry Campbell, widow of Gen. William Campbell of Kings Mountain fame, who died in 1781.


In 1788, having a large interest in the salt works about 10 miles from Aspenville, they removed to that place in order to more successfully carry on the manufacture of salt. It is here that he remained the rest of his life.
(See the "RUSSELL" book for greater detail of the life of Col. Wm. Russell.)"


William Russell , a graduate of William and Mary College, in 1776 was colonel of the Thirteenth Continental Virginia Regiment and in 1778, the Fifth Regiment. . He commanded a company at Long Island Flats. He was a Colonel in the Jersey Campaign. He was at Brandywine, complimented for bravery at Germantown, at the seige at Fort Miflin, and the Battle of Monmouth. He was captured at Charleston, sent to the West Indies, and when exchanged served to the close of the War. He was present at the surrender of Cornwallis. At the end of the war , he held the rank og Brigidier General.


[S2299]


                                                      ____________________________________
                                                     |                                    
                       _John RUSSELL "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1646 - ....) m 1673         |
                      |                              |____________________________________
                      |                                                                   
 _William RUSSELL I___|
| (1679 - 1757)       |
|                     |                               _Luke BILLINGTON II "the Immigrant"_+
|                     |                              | (1628 - 1672) m 1648               
|                     |_Alicia or Elitia BILLINGTON _|
|                       (1653 - ....) m 1673         |
|                                                    |_Barbary____________________________
|                                                      (1632 - 1674) m 1648               
|
|--William RUSSELL II
|  (1735 - 1793)
|                                                     ____________________________________
|                                                    |                                    
|                      ______________________________|
|                     |                              |
|                     |                              |____________________________________
|                     |                                                                   
|_Martha HENLEY ______|
  (1700 - ....)       |
                      |                               ____________________________________
                      |                              |                                    
                      |______________________________|
                                                     |
                                                     |____________________________________
                                                                                          

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[S2299]

[S3596]

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Ellen Amelia Sophia Matilda SWARTZ

8 Mar 1848 - 2 Dec 1920

ID Number: I36343

Father: Henry SWARTZ (SCHWARTZ)
Mother: Melissa MILLER


Family 1 : Abraham H. 'Abram' BEDELL
  1. +Caroline M. "Carrie" BEDELL
  2.  Ina Gertrude 'Gertie' BEDELL
  3.  Katherine Luella Kate BEDELL
  4.  Eva May BEDELL
  5. +David H. BEDELL
  6. +Arthur M. BEDELL
  7. +Adalade 'Addie' Blanche BEDELL
  8.  Temperance Irene 'Tempie' BEDELL
  9.  Brice Webster BEDELL
  10. +Robert Roy BEDELL
  11.  Mary Isobell "Dollie" BEDELL

Notes


Helen A. Ellen. Ellen Swartz m. Abram Bedell; Ellen Amelia Sophia Matilda Swartz.


According to 1910 Lackawanna Co, PA census (microfilm):
- HH # 64, Ransom Twsp, District 1
- Given name spelled "Elen"
- Age 61, married (1st) to Abraham Bedell for 38 yrs
- Had 9 children, 9 living
- Born in PA, father in PA, mother in PA
- Speaks english
- Can read and write


[S1358] [S1473] [S3576]

[179425]
Strangulated Umbilical Hernia


                                                                      _Johann (John) Philip SWARTZ (SCHWARTZ) "the Immigrant"_+
                                                                     | (1730 - 1827) m 1759                                   
                            _Baltas (Leobathasar) SWARTZ (SCHWARTZ) _|
                           | (1772 - 1820)                           |
                           |                                         |_Caterina Ester MUELLER ________________________________
                           |                                           (1740 - ....) m 1759                                   
 _Henry SWARTZ (SCHWARTZ) _|
| (1805 - 1895) m 1829     |
|                          |                                          ________________________________________________________
|                          |                                         |                                                        
|                          |_Margaret HUPPMAN (HOFFMAN) _____________|
|                            (1770 - ....)                           |
|                                                                    |________________________________________________________
|                                                                                                                             
|
|--Ellen Amelia Sophia Matilda SWARTZ 
|  (1848 - 1920)
|                                                                     _Samuel MILLER Sr.______________________________________+
|                                                                    | (1728 - 1807)                                          
|                           _Samuel MILLER Jr._______________________|
|                          | (1767 - 1839) m 1789                    |
|                          |                                         |________________________________________________________
|                          |                                                                                                  
|_Melissa MILLER __________|
  (1808 - 1881) m 1829     |
                           |                                          _John PHILLIPS _________________________________________+
                           |                                         | (1751 - 1846) m 1771                                   
                           |_Susannah PHILLIPS ______________________|
                             (1773 - 1849) m 1789                    |
                                                                     |_Mary CHAMBERLAIN ______________________________________+
                                                                       (1744 - 1815) m 1771                                   

Sources

[S1332]

[S1331]

[S1332]

[S2574]

[S1328]

[S1329]

[S1331]

[S1332]

[S1344]

[S1349]

[S1358]

[S1473]

[S2574]

[S3576]

[S1358]

[S1473]

[S3576]


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