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Anne

ABT 1690 - AFT 1735

ID Number: I60576

  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1690
  • DEATH: AFT 1735
  • RESOURCES: See: Will ID 58974 [S2443]

Family 1 : James WILLIAMS
  1. +William WILLIAMS
  2.  John WILLIAMS

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ALEXANDER ABERCROMBIE

1578 - ____

ID Number: I79435

  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • BIRTH: 1578, Birkenborg, Scotland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3020]
Father: JAMES ABERCROMBIE


Family 1 : ELIZABETH BETON
  1. +ALEXANDER ABERCROMBIE

                                                _ALEXANDER ABERCROMBIE _
                                               | (1510 - ....)          
                       _ALEXANDER ABERCROMBIE _|
                      | (1535 - 1593)          |
                      |                        |_ELIZABETH LESLIE ______
                      |                          (1513 - ....)          
 _JAMES ABERCROMBIE __|
| (1557 - ....)       |
|                     |                         ________________________
|                     |                        |                        
|                     |_MARGARET LEISLEY ______|
|                       (1535 - ....)          |
|                                              |________________________
|                                                                       
|
|--ALEXANDER ABERCROMBIE 
|  (1578 - ....)
|                                               ________________________
|                                              |                        
|                      ________________________|
|                     |                        |
|                     |                        |________________________
|                     |                                                 
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                         ________________________
                      |                        |                        
                      |________________________|
                                               |
                                               |________________________
                                                                        

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Elizabeth Elsa BOTHWELL

ABT 1670 - ____

ID Number: I83351

  • RESIDENCE: Frederick Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1670
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3106]

Family 1 : John Mathew LINDSEY
  1.  Mary Margaret LINDSEY

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John CHILDRESS I

1733 - 1797

ID Number: I102621

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico and Goochland Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 1733, Henrico Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1797, Goochland Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:GC17-6B)
Father: Henry CHILDRESS
Mother: Mary FARMER


Family 1 : Rachal PERKINS
  1. +John CHILDRESS II

                                             _Abraham CHILDERS II_+
                                            | (1652 - 1693) m 1673
                       _Henry CHILDERS _____|
                      | (1675 - 1727) m 1708|
                      |                     |_Ann PEW ____________+
                      |                       (1655 - 1698) m 1673
 _Henry CHILDRESS ____|
| (1704 - 1727)       |
|                     |                      _Thomas JONES III____+
|                     |                     | (1665 - 1689) m 1684
|                     |_Lucretia JONES _____|
|                       (1684 - 1727) m 1708|
|                                           |_Martha TANNER ______+
|                                             (1663 - 1729) m 1684
|
|--John CHILDRESS I
|  (1733 - 1797)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Mary FARMER ________|
  (1708 - ....)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Alexander CUNNINGHAM

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I33002

  • RESIDENCE: Williamsburg Dist. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1246]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) CUNNINGHAM


Family 1 : Ann GREGG
  1.  Herbert CUNNINGHAM

                                   __
                                  |  
                                __|
                               |  |
                               |  |__
                               |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) CUNNINGHAM _|
|                              |
|                              |   __
|                              |  |  
|                              |__|
|                                 |
|                                 |__
|                                    
|
|--Alexander CUNNINGHAM 
|  (1820 - ....)
|                                  __
|                                 |  
|                               __|
|                              |  |
|                              |  |__
|                              |     
|______________________________|
                               |
                               |   __
                               |  |  
                               |__|
                                  |
                                  |__
                                     

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CATHERINE DUDLEY

1546 - 1563

ID Number: I12597

Father: JOHN DUDLEY Gent. of Hackney
Mother: ELIZABETH CLERKE


Notes


1563 Will dated 9 Nov/London, England.

                                                        _EDWARD VII SUTTON 5th Lord Dudley, K.G._+
                                                       | (1459 - 1532) m 1480                    
                                _THOMAS Dudley SUTTON _|
                               | (1499 - 1549) m 1514  |
                               |                       |_CECILY WILLOUGHBY ______________________+
                               |                         (1463 - ....) m 1480                    
 _JOHN DUDLEY Gent. of Hackney_|
| (1518 - 1545) m 1540         |
|                              |                        _LANCELOT THRELKELD K.B. of Yanwath______
|                              |                       | (1450 - ....)                           
|                              |_MARGARET THRELKELD ___|
|                                (1494 - 1551) m 1514  |
|                                                      |_________________________________________
|                                                                                                
|
|--CATHERINE DUDLEY 
|  (1546 - 1563)
|                                                       _________________________________________
|                                                      |                                         
|                               _______________________|
|                              |                       |
|                              |                       |_________________________________________
|                              |                                                                 
|_ELIZABETH CLERKE ____________|
  (1524 - 1563) m 1540         |
                               |                        _________________________________________
                               |                       |                                         
                               |_______________________|
                                                       |
                                                       |_________________________________________
                                                                                                 

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[S990]

[S2186]


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Mary GREGORY

27 Oct 1824 - ____

ID Number: I104991

  • BIRTH: 27 Oct 1824, Washington Co. Kentucky
Father: Joel GREGORY
Mother: Nancy S. SPRINGER



                                                 _Richard W. GREGORY ___+
                                                | (1730 - 1812)         
                       _Smith GREGORY __________|
                      | (1760 - 1832) m 1782    |
                      |                         |_Margaret OVERBEY _____+
                      |                           (1745 - ....)         
 _Joel GREGORY _______|
| (1802 - 1876) m 1823|
|                     |                          _Samuel VAUGHAN _______+
|                     |                         | (1740 - ....) m 1760  
|                     |_Martha "Patty" VAUGHAN _|
|                       (1763 - 1834) m 1782    |
|                                               |_Prudence HOOD ________
|                                                 (1740 - 1833) m 1760  
|
|--Mary GREGORY 
|  (1824 - ....)
|                                                _John SPRINGER ________+
|                                               | (1750 - ....)         
|                      _Charles SPRINGER _______|
|                     | (1778 - 1844) m 1802    |
|                     |                         |_Sarah Ann BUTLER _____
|                     |                           (1750 - ....)         
|_Nancy S. SPRINGER __|
  (1805 - 1867) m 1823|
                      |                          _John Jack HARDIN _____
                      |                         | (1743 - 1818)         
                      |_Hannah HARDIN __________|
                        (1783 - 1815) m 1802    |
                                                |_Mary "Molly" HARDING _+
                                                  (1747 - 1833)         

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Margaret Ann HODGES

2 Oct 1825 - ____

ID Number: I1982

  • RESIDENCE: Wilkinson Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 2 Oct 1825
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S294]
Father: LLYWELYN ap Seisyllt
Mother: Eliza CASON


Family 1 : John TERRY

                           __
                          |  
                        __|
                       |  |
                       |  |__
                       |     
 _LLYWELYN ap Seisyllt_|
| (0960 - ....)        |
|                      |   __
|                      |  |  
|                      |__|
|                         |
|                         |__
|                            
|
|--Margaret Ann HODGES 
|  (1825 - ....)
|                          __
|                         |  
|                       __|
|                      |  |
|                      |  |__
|                      |     
|_Eliza CASON _________|
  (1804 - ....) m 1820 |
                       |   __
                       |  |  
                       |__|
                          |
                          |__
                             

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George RICE

ABT 1840 - ____

ID Number: I35372

  • RESIDENCE: MO?
  • BIRTH: ABT 1840
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1282]

Family 1 : Sarah Ann HIGGINBOTHAM

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Thomas TRAMMELL "the Immigrant"

1645 - 1725

ID Number: I88718

  • OCCUPATION: Immigrated to Va. as indenture servants
  • RESIDENCE: England and abt 1670 Stafford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1645, Devonshire, England
  • DEATH: 1725, Stafford Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S3350]
Father: Phillip TRAMMELL


Family 1 : Alice or Mary WILLIAMS
  1. +Elizabeth TRAMMELL
  2. +John TRAMMELL I

Notes


m. Alice Or Mary WILLIAMS (Wife) b. About 1650 in Fauquier Co., Virginia or England.
Children:
Elizabeth Trammell b. 1672 in Spotsylvania County, VA
John Trammell b. 17 Feb 1674/75 in Westmoreland Co., Va.
Daniel Trammell b. 1675
Ann Trammell


from Ronald and Carol Mitchell, 211 Capitol Dr.,Pittsburgh, PA 15236-3901, "Thomas Trammell resided St.Paul's Parish, Stafford Co., VA, USA/ m. Miss Williams, d/o John Williams. Resided Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co., VA USA. "Born between 1649 and 1654 ENG. Family came from France then seated in Devon and then Suffolk, ENG. He emigrated in1670/71 to Stafford Co., VA, USA, from ENG. He died in 1720/21VA, USA. His estate was probated in 1725/26 Stafford Co., VAUSA".


1996 from Virginia Hunt : "ThomasTrammell emigrated to VA in the spring of 1671. He probably sailed from Bristol, England. His father was Phillip Trammell, son of Thomas Tremall of Kent and Devon. He married Mary AliceWilliams, daughter of John Williams, 1668 in St. Gile Cripplegate, London, England. Died about 1689 in Stafford Co.,VA. They had the following children: I Elizabeth Trammell; II John Trammell Sr.; III Daniel Trammell ; IV Ann Trammell. "


Trammell family info is derived from research forwarded to me gleaned from [UL:Trammell Family of Virginia:UL] by Catherine Cox Gottschalk, and [UL:Descendants of Thomas Trammell:UL] by Charles S.McCleskey.
The Trammell family may have originated in France, but relocated in England, around Devon and Suffolk. Thomas entered Virginia in the spring of 1671 indentured to Francis Wyeth. Court records show he was ordered to be acquitted from service on March 5, 1675, and that Mr.
Francis Wyeth, his master, do pay him corn & clothes according to the custom. He may have died as early as 1721, the account of his estate and inventory were recorded in Stafford Co. VA Bk. K, but that is a lost book. His known children are Elizabeth, [BO:John:BO], and two
others unnamed.


Descendants of Thomas Trammell, Revolutionary Soldier, a self-published book by Charles S. McCleskey of Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1972. I have attempted without success to locate the author. First Mention of Trammell In the Minutes of the Council of the General Court of Virginia, dated March 5, 1674/75, page 405, is this entry: "Upon oath of Captain Moore that Thomas Trammell came to this country but for four years - It is ordered that he be acquitted from service and that Mr. Francis Wyeth, his master, do pay him coin (corn?) and clothes according to custom and costs".


Thomas settled in Stafford County, Virginia, and died there, as indicated by his estate record shown by the Indexbook to be in Will Book 1721-1730 (1750?), page 171. The Will Book is lost but the Index Book is still available. The location of the estate record in the Will Book, Page 171, suggests that the death of Thomas occurred in the early 1720's, at age 70 or 75 if we assume he was born (around) 1650. There is no other known record of Thomas.


A John Trammell appears in the records of Stafford County in the late 1690's, and we may assume that he was the son of Thomas, but there is no specific proof that this is true. Since he appears in the records about 23 years after Thomas obtained his freedom, we suppose that Thomas married about the time he was liberated or before and had a son John born about 1676, possibly earlier. This John was of legal age and married in 1698, as indicated by this entry in Westmoreland County, Virginia, Book 2, Page 177, dated Oct. 26,1698:


"John Trammell of lower Mackotick, Cople Parish,Westmoreland County, and Mary his wife, sell to John Gardner land in Stafford and Westmoreland County . . . a part of a tract of land devised to said John Trammell by John Williams, deceased." This record suggests that John's mother was (might have been) a daughter of this John Williams, or else the wife of John may have been the daughter of John Williams. there is noproof that either possibility is true, but both appear to be reasonable assumptions. (Boddie, in Historical Southern Families, Vol. 1, p227, mentions a land sale by John Trammell in 1691.) There are several records of land transactions by John Trammell during the next several years, to 1705. The records for the period 1709 to 1729 were destroyed by fire during the Civil War, and we lose sight of the Trammells for a time.


Then in 1733 a John Trammell with wife Susanna appears in the records, and we have him until he makes a Will in 1753 (probated in 1755), in which his children are listed.


CLIPPING FROM THE ATLANTA NEWSPAPER, DATE NOT SHOWN:
TRAMMELL.... It is probable that this name has three origins but is impossible to separate them. The Old French word 'tramell' meant 'net.' The Middle English word trammel meant "shackles, a two-piece adjustable hook used to suspend pots from a fireplace crane." The German word tramel (with unlauted a) denoted a"club, cudgel, lever, pole, stick." Thus the person who made or sold any of these items could have had the name of his product added to his single given name for more exact identification.The 1790 North Carolina Census records lists Big Dennis Tramel, Little Dennis Tramele and two John Trammells in Burke County. The same records for Virginia list two families of Tramelles and four Trammells in Fairfax County and one family of Trammells and two of Trammel in Louisa County. The 1790 South Carolina records list Jesse, John and William Trammell living in Greenville County.


WARNING: Thomas being the younger son of Phillip, s/o Thomas Tremall of Kent and Devon is not proven. This, again, is information that came from research done for Mrs. Maude Yingling by Katherine Cox Gottschalk.


From "TRAMMELL FAMILY OF VIRGINIA, OHIO, ARKANSAS, MISSOURI, AND TEXAS, by Katherine Cox Gottschalk, Nov. 3, 1948. Manuscriptin on file at the LDS Salt Lake City Library. (My copy is ratherhard to read.)
Quote:
It is unusual to find only one immigrant by a name from whom all of that name descend as in the case of Thomas Trammell and his descendants. It has been satisfactory to find ample proof of the first three generations, since their beginning was in Stafford County, Virginia. And to be able to place the migrations on which to follow up in any further searching.Commander Webb Trammell in the year 1918 was in touch with Bernau and Bernau, Genealogists and Record Searchers of London, England, in regard to the Trammell Family in England. These gentlemen in their report gave very little real information and only one or two references but drew the conclusion that the family had been first seated in the county of Devon, made money and removed to Suffolk Co. They did say that the name was very rare in England having practically died out intirely. Bernau also says that the family probably came in from France and gives some original ideas on the coat of arms. The records of the county of Devon available here are somewhat more limited than for other localities in England and far more limited, surely, than those available to Bernau and Bernau, still we do find rather positive evidence for these statements and can go further than did Messers Bernau in quoting records showing this family in Devonshire. The history of the name of Trammell would in some measure be a guide in doing research in England as early as we should have to begin this search. Surnames did not come into use always in the exact form as found later on firmly established. Surnames have a history all their own.


The following are Gottschalk "notes" that were sent to a Mrs.Smith during the writing of her manuscript:


"I have gotten the line from Illinois straight thru to the Emigrant ancestor and I believe I have his English Linage back to the time of King Edward I. The English work will have to begone over again if the family care to put in enough money to prove up the outline on it which my research has built up. Only one Emigrant came to America by that name. Only one Gent in England for that family. Two families descended from the Knight of King Edward's time. That is about 1600. They separate into two families. One taking the name of TREMINEL and the otherTREMAILLE (TRAMMELL). Being younger sons of younger sons would lead them to the Colonies to seek their fortunes.
Thomas Trammell comes to Va. in 1670. Settles in Stafford County, died in 1721 and from there on the family multiplies."


(See my notes at the bottom.. BBJ)


Again back to the printed manuscript:
The first appearance of the name Trammell in America are inVirginia to which colony came Thomas Trammell from England, probably from the County of Devon, sailing from Bristol as so many did who settled in Stafford and Westmoreland Counties inVirginia about 1665-1690. Thomas Trammell came to Virginia about 1670 as the following record shows:


Minutes of the council of the General Court of Virginia, Book 1672-82, page 405: 'Upon the oath of Capt. Moore that Thomas Trammell came to this country but for four years. It is ordered that he be acquitted from service and that Mr. Francis Wyeth, his master, do pay him corn and clothes according to the custom and costs--Mar. 5,1674/5'.


Note: the date is written in this fashion because in the Old Style Calendar then in use the year 1675 did not begin until March 25. The day was designated March 5, 1674 in the old Style calenday, and the same day was March 5, 1675 in the New Style (present) calendar.



(His estate was probated in 1725/26 Stafford Co., Va. )
The Trammells were in Truro Parish in Va. having moved to plantations where the present town of Falls Church, Va. stands.Thomas Trammell had land in St. Paul's Parish, Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co. and died in Stafford Co. Thomas Trammell's estate accounts and inventory are recorded in Stafford Co. Va.Book K, page 17. Book K (1721-30) is one of the lost books! The old index book places page 175 about half way through, and merely establishes for us the date of the passing of Thomas Trammell.


From THE MELLETT AND HICKMAN FAMILIES OF HENRY COUNTY , INDIANA, by Franklin Miller, Jr., (Box 313, Gambier, Ohio 43022, 1974)VOLUME 1 Family origins Early history. (sent to me by DorothyHunter 9 April 1999:


TRAMMELL FAMILY ORIGINS:
Later researcher, & genealogist Harry Wright Newman in 1956 wrote Florence Baker.. (page 120) There is some confusion here that it was the estate of John Trammell listed in the missing book... identified by Newman as Liber A, Folio 175. The confusion may be resolved by the records of Stafford County that turned up in 1974 (gives directions to "see page 53-4").. For the present, the author accepts the estate record as that of the immigrant, Thomas Trammell.


There is a picturesque story, of unknown origin, that the immigrant's name was not Trammell, but that he was the young Earl of Bute, kidnapped when he was 4 or 5 years old from the Scottish Isle of Bute to prevent him from coming into the title. Since his name was unknown to those on the ship, he was given the name of Trammell, suggestive of the trials and hardships of his early lot. This story, however, gives the name of the youngster as John, not Thomas; and the only Trammell known in the Colony around 1675 was Thomas, who was (thought to be) about 16 years old when he came over in Captain Moore's ship. This story does not appear to be applicable to our Trammell ancestor... The story may have been quoted from OUR FOREFATHERS (1946) by Vinetta Burke, a book which is in the NSDAR Library.


(I had found an immigrant, John TRANIELL, on record in 1646 in Lancaster, Levilt Co., VA, listed in EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGERANTS, by Greer. Could he be our 1st Trammell to come to America?)


"The name of the wife of Thomas Trammell is not known; it has been surmised that she was a WILLIAMS (on account of the bequest by John Williams, of Ragged Point, Westmoreland Co., VA, to Thomas' son John Trammell, see next generation). ThomasTrammell may have had a son Daniel, and may have had daughters.The only son of which we have any definite knowledge is John Trammell." End of 4/99 data from Dorothy Hunter.



Norma tried to find early Virginia records for "Francis Wyeth,to see if she could pin point where Thomas might have spent those first four years in America. So far, nothing definate has turned up. She was almost positive Thomas worked, lived and died on the Potomac River (Virginia side) a little northeast of todays Fredericksburg, where the Potomac makes a deep bend and then opens out into Chesapeake Bay. His grand children moved on up the Potomac as the land opened up, and settled in and around Falls Church, Virginia.. within the environs of Washington, D.C.today.


John Trammell, supposedly his son, appears in the records in(***See Note) 1698 just 28 years after the arrival of Thomas and just 24 years after the establishment of Thomas Trammell as a citizen in Stafford Co. Va.


End of quotes from Mrs. Gottschalk's manuscript, published in1948 for Commander Webb Trammell of U.S. Navy, who descends from Gerrard, son of John Trammell, supposedly son of Thomas, the immigrant ancester.


(***Note) Later research (by Dorothy Hunter at the NationalGenealogical Library in VA.) has found a John Trammell in the court records of Virginia as early as 28 Jan 1690/91.


In the book, DECENDENTS OF THOMAS TRAMMELL REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER, published 1972 by Dr.Charles S. McCleskey:
"Thomas Trammell is said to have come from Devonshire England about 1670/71. In service of Mr. Francis Wyeth for 4 years.Settled in Stafford Co. Va. & died there".


Editors Note: The above information from the church records in London, of the christening dates of the children, lead me to believe that the children must have been born in England THEN came to Virginia. It could also mean that Thomas was older than originally thought when he came to America & could be the son of a John Trammell. Could Thomas have come over to America & then returned to England for his wife & family to bring them to America? Dates are also contradictory. Very frustrating!!!Gottschalk said "Only one Emigrant came to America by that name.Only one Gent in England for that family." Yet...later data proves otherwise. BBJ (from Desc. of Garrard Trammell on GenCircles.com)



                          __
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                      |  |__
                      |     
 _Phillip TRAMMELL ___|
| (1630 - ....)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Thomas TRAMMELL "the Immigrant"
|  (1645 - 1725)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
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Thomas Pettibone VAUGHAN

7 Jan 1885 - ____

ID Number: I10227

  • RESIDENCE: Hawkins Co. TN & Peoria, IL
  • BIRTH: 7 Jan 1885, Hw Co, TN
  • RESOURCES: See: [S321]
Father: William VAUGHAN
Mother: Penelope Elizabeth ALVIS



                                                       ________________________
                                                      |                        
                             _________________________|
                            |                         |
                            |                         |________________________
                            |                                                  
 _William VAUGHAN __________|
| (1839 - 1890) m 1864      |
|                           |                          ________________________
|                           |                         |                        
|                           |_________________________|
|                                                     |
|                                                     |________________________
|                                                                              
|
|--Thomas Pettibone VAUGHAN 
|  (1885 - ....)
|                                                      _Charles Dabney ALVIS I_+
|                                                     | (1777 - 1861) m 1806   
|                            _William Anderson ALVIS _|
|                           | (1810 - 1900) m 1829    |
|                           |                         |_Rebecca ARNALL ________+
|                           |                           (1784 - 1830) m 1806   
|_Penelope Elizabeth ALVIS _|
  (1848 - 1911) m 1864      |
                            |                          ________________________
                            |                         |                        
                            |_Elizabeth JOHNSON ______|
                              (1815 - 1867) m 1829    |
                                                      |________________________
                                                                               

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