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King DOMANGART II of Dal Riada

ABT 0630 - 0673

ID Number: I51223

  • TITLE: King
  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • BIRTH: ABT 0630, Scotland
  • DEATH: 0673, Killed
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1827] [S2016]
Father: DOMNALL I "The Speckeled" of Dal Riada


Family 1 :
  1. +EOCHAIDH II "Crook Nose" of the Scots

Notes


Dongaart (Eugene VI) b. ABT 630 Scotland d. 692. Aka: Domangart II of Argyll macDomnaill King of Scots.

[S2016]


                                                                                        _AIDAN macGabhran of Dal Riada_+
                                                                                       | (.... - 0608)                 
                                          _EOCHAIDH I macAidan "The Fair" of Dal Riada_|
                                         | (.... - 0629)                               |
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 _DOMNALL I "The Speckeled" of Dal Riada_|
| (0600 - 0642)                          |
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|--DOMANGART II of Dal Riada
|  (0630 - 0673)
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[S2016]

[S2016]


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Rev. Charles ANDERSON "the Immigrant"

1670 - ____

ID Number: I66197

  • TITLE: Rev.
  • OCCUPATION: minister of Westover, VA
  • RESIDENCE: SCT; Parish Glebeat Westopher, Charles City Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1670, Scotland
  • DEATH: Parish Glebeat Westopher Plantation, Virginia
  • BURIAL: Parish Glebeat Westopher Plantation, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2127]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) ANDERSON of North Side


Family 1 : Frances
  1.  Charlotte ANDERSON
  2. +Elizabeth ANDERSON
  3. +Jane ANDERSON

Notes


Spouse Unknown. "The Reverend Charles Anderson, was born in 1670. This date is recorded on his tombstone at Westopher plantation. The book "Scottish Ancestors" says that the magazine "Aberdeen Notes and Queeries" states that he was born in Scotland. I wish I could claim him as one of the sons of Thomas Anderson of southside Charles City County, and am keeping open the possibility that he was born in Virginia and went back to Aberdeen to be educated. This is something to be investigated.
No contemporary record of the Rev. Charles Anderson confirms directly the identity of his father. No contemporary record of his birth is known by the preparer other than the epitaph upon his tombstone.
"Aberdeen Notes and Queeries" states that he graduated from King's College in Aberdeen, Scotland in 1693. I have not yet found a way to track down the article in "Aberdeen Notes and Queeries", but have discovered that the series is on file at the Edinburgh City Library, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1.1EG. The reader is advised that a trip to Edinburgh is thoroughly enjoyable. I was last there in 1973.
Mr. Charles Anderson is mentioned as buyer in the estate sale of John Burge on 05-09-1693. This is the earliest record I have found of him in Virginia.
The family of Reverand Charles Anderson resided in the Parish Glebeat Westopher Plantation, North of the James. It is also possible that he held lands upriver from Westopher. His widow may have resided at or near the ferry crossing owned by her. This ferry operated from Jordan Point (Old Jordan's Journey) to the "point" on the north bank of the James.The Benjamin Harrison bridge now spans this gap. No land patents are recorded in the name of Charles Anderson for this time period. It is likely that his lands were acquired by deed or through his wife's relations or as a gift of the parish vestry. His lands did border near the lands of Thomas Anderson of the southside of the James River.
Charles was the Minister of Westopher Parish from 1692 to his death in 1718. Throughout this period he served as minister of both the north bank and south bank chapels of this parish and since his dates of service coincide with the period that the north and south side churches were combined into one parish it is likely that this arrangement was as he desired it. This is one of the reasons that I suspect his origins were on the southside of the river, as the prior and subsequent parish ministers of Westover wanted nothing to do with the southside or the boat ride across the river each Sunday.
During this period, he was a staunch supporter of James Blair in his conlicts with then Governor of Virginia Andros and Nicholson. It is likely that he owed his appointment as Westopher Parish Minister to his possible marital relationship to Edward Hill and the sponsorship of James Blair, also a "Scotsman". James Blair had come to Virginia with the mission of organizing the church in Virginia.
Upon James Blair's return from his 1698 trip to England he called aconference of ministers at Bruton Church in Williamsburg. During his trip to England he had sabotaged the governorship of Andros, (with the help of warring Spanish ships which had intercepted Governor Androsreplies) with charges of mismanagement and misconduct. Charles is recorded as being one of the six Virginia ministers which remained in Bruton Church when 23 others walked out in protest of James Blair's conduct.
The Rev. Charles Anderson, his wife and children feature prominently in the secret diaries of William Byrd, II. Both men had an interest in and practiced the medical cures of the early eighteenth century, often consulting each other. William Byrd once comments in his diary on how the Rev. had "fixed" his watch using the full weight of sarcasm. Charles was a frequent dinner partner of William Byrd, II. Byrd commonly stopped at Charles Anderson's home whenever traveling west along the north bank of the James River. Byrd mentions making his boat available for the Rev Charles to cross the river for services.
Charles Anderson, was an occasional guest preacher at other Virginia churches and is recorded in Byrd's diary as preaching at Bruton Church in Williamsburg, Virginia on one occasion before Governor Spotswood, who according to Byrd, was favorably impressed. When the Virginia Council heard the dispute between the French Huguenot settlers of Henrico petitioning for the removal of their church minister, Charles Anderson was present before the council and is recorded as having preached a sermon of reconciliation. The Fountaine family were members of this congregation. James Robertson followed Charles Anderson as minister at Westopher, but was removed for slurs against the governor in 1720. Peter Fountaine followed as Westopher Minister until 1757 and is noted for having accompanied Byrd on his survey of the North Carolina border.
Despite the occasional acerbic comments reserved for others in Byrds diaries, Charles apparently escapes any unfavorable mention. This may be because of Byrd's religious bent, i.e. a "fear of God" or alternatively because of strict laws of the times prohibiting slandering ministers. More likely, however, it was because of heartfelt respect for Charles by Byrd. Byrd's diary contains numerous and impressive details of Charles Anderson's attentions to the duties of a Parish Minister. Byrd comments frequently upon attending church and "Mr. Anderson preached a good sermon."
An example serves best to make this point. On the occasion of the burial of Byrd's infant son, Byrd makes note in his diary that an extremely heavy downpour forced Byrd and his wife to take shelter on the Church porch during the services. The Rev. Charles Anderson, remained at the grave side and completed the service uninterrupted. This attention to duty could not but impress Byrd.
The Rev. Charles Anderson died on April 17, 1718. At this time William Byrd was in England, and regrettably therefore we do not have his diary to give us details. It should be noted that Frances Anderson, Charles' widow and William Byrd lived near each other for more than a decade after the death of their spouses and that Byrd's subsequent diaries reflect that well after that period the daughters of Charles Anderson were still frequent guests at Westover. Regretably Byrd's diaries from 1722-1738 have not been found, or perhaps not published. If I ever write my great romance novel of the early 18th century I cannot think of a better scandalous topic than the possible conduct of theVirginia Colonial Treasurer, William Byrd II and the Minister's widow. On December 25, 1739 all of the daughters of the Rev. Charles Anderson were present at the Westover Plantation Manor House for dinner with WilliamByrd, II.
The list of children is believed to be complete, however as Charles did not list all of his children in his will it is possible that some have escaped notice. Charles had one son who died as an infant. This is recorded in the secret diary of William Byrd, II. His son Charles Anderson, also mentioned in the later diaries of Byrd, had either died before 1737 or left Charles City county, possibly, as a result of debts incurred to Byrd and others. He was not involved in the settlement of his mothers estate in 1737 from which he was due his father's lands. I think it likely he had died before 1737 as I have found no loose Charles of the correct age to be him.
Charles' will is filed on both sides of the James, in Prince GeorgeCounty, Book 1713-1728, Part II, page 289. It is dated 06-26-1712,witnessed by Edw. Hill, H. Maria Platt, Sarah Baxter, and proved Prince George Court at Merchants Hope 03-13-1718 by Frances Anderson and at Charles City Court on 09-1718 by Edward Hill. Of interest is the presence of the mullattos mentioned by Charles. At this time the number of such persons would have been fewer and therefore we can assume that some slaveowners assuaged their conscience regarding the mixed offspring of their slaves by arranging for them to serve the Parish Minister. It should be noted that Charles' choice in his identification of these persons reflected that he was aware of the issue of race and the consequences of slavery, a man of conscious and unwilling to simply identify them as negro as was done in so many wills of the time. As aprominent Parish Minister serving at the time when the very definitions of slavery were being formed by the Virginia Colonial Council it would be of extreme interest if we could hear from him of the discussion of slavery that he must have had over the billiard table at Westover with William Byrd, II a member of that council.
In the Name of God, Amen. I Charles Anderson of Westopher Parishin the County of Charles City, Clerk, being sick in body but of good and perfect memory (thanks to Almighty God) and calling to mind the uncertaine state of this transitory Life, and that all life must yield unto Death, when it shall please God to call, do make constitute ordain and declare this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following, revoking and annulling by these presents all and every Testament and Testaments, Will and Wills heretofore by me made and declared either by word or writing. And first being penitant and sorry for my sins past most humbly desiring forgiveness for the same, I give and commit my soul unto almighty God my Saviour and redeemer in whom and by the merrits of Jesus Christ I trust and believe assured to be saved, and to have full remission of all my sins, and that my soul within my body at the General Day of Resurrection shall rise again with joy, and through the merits of Christs Death and passion possess & inherit the kingdom of Heaven prepared for his elect and chosen. And my body to be buried in suchplace where it shall please my Executirx hereafter named to appoint. And for the setling of my Temporal Estate which it hath pleased God to bestow upon me, I do order give and dispose in manner and form following (that is to say) first I will that all my just debts whatsoever be well & truly contented and paid.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth Anderson these Negroes and Slaves following Viz: Frank a Mullato Woman, Dick a Mullattoman, and Nanny a negro girl, to her and her heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my son Charles Anderson after the Death of my Dear and Loving Wife, All my Lands I now have or herafter mayor shall belong unto me in this country or elsewhere, to him my said son and to his heirs forever. And also I give and bequeath unto my said son Charles Anderson these Negroes following Viz: Scipio a Negro man, Betty and Negro Woman, Jack a Negro boy, to him and his heirs.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Frances Anderson these Negros following Viz: Billy and Negro boy, Hannah a Negro girl and Georgea Mullato boy, to her and her heirs for ever.
Item. I will that what Tobacco's I now have in the country after necessarys for my familys use are bought, be shipped for England, and the produce of that and what else I have in England after debts paid, be equally divided amongst my wife and children.
Item. I will that my dear and loving wife have and enjoy all and singular the profits of my whole estate during the minority of my children or marriage for their better maintenance and more Liberal Education.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my dear and loving wife all the residue of my said estate not before mentioned to be given whether real or personal in this country or elsewhere, to her and her heirs for ever.
And lastly I do ordain constitute and appoint my dear and loving wife my sole and whole executrix of this my Last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 26th Day of June Anno Domini 1712

Sealed and Delivered before: Ch: Anderson Edw: Hill
H: Maria Platt Sarah Baxter
seald wth red wax


The Rev. Charles Anderson is buried in the old Westopher church onWestopher plantation on the north bank of the James River. The grave is located about 30 yards from the water about .1 mile west of the current manor house. The burial originally took place in the apse of the church.The marker is a ground level full length stone slab, The epitaph on his gravestone reads, " Here Lyes interred the Body of Rev. Charles Anderson, who was minister of this Parish 26 yeares and dyed the 7th ofApril 1718 in the 49th year of his Age."
The current site is enclosed with an iron fence and includes tombs for Elizabeth Horsmundsen Byrd, Evelyn Byrd, William Byrd, I and Capt.Nathaniel Perry. Not far away are the tombs of Benjamin Harrison, I and his wife. Disappointingly the condition of Charles' stone has deteriorated very rapidly since I first observed it in 1983 and is nearly illegible today. There is an archeological survey of this site recorded in the Virginia Historical Library, Battle Abbey, Richmond, Virginia. Itis likely that the original Westopher Church was a wooden frame with brick underlining and was built about 1646. Numerous references are made to the church at Westopher throughout Charles City County Court records from 1640 to 1700, refering to levies for repairs.
The Westopher Parish church was located at this site until Mrs.Byrd, II in 1736 began the building of the current manor house and reorganized the neighborhood. Mrs. Byrd, tired of "dinner guests" after church services, arranged for the construction of a new church some miles away. I, of course, am suspicious that the guest she most tired of, was Mrs Frances Anderson. The councils of Byrd and his Minister had occurred in the original wooden home built where the manor house garden is today. William Byrd, II is buried at the center of this garden on the site of his original home. She also tore down the brewry that used to be next to the church and court house.


Richard Pace
Francis Poythress to Thomas Goodwyn
Prince George County Surry County
11/11/1718 400 acres Westopher Parish
Pr. George County Book 1713-1728 Page 269
This Indenture made this eleventh Day of November in the year of Our Lord God One thousand seven hundred and eighteen. Between Richard Pace and Francis Poythress of the County of Prince George of the one part and Thomas Goodwynne of the County of Surry of the other part, Witnesseth that the said Richard Pace and Francis Poythress for divers good causes and considerations then thereunto moving, but more expecially for and in consideration of the sum of One hundred pounds Sterl: to them in hand paid by the said Thoams Goodwynne at and before the ensealing and delivery of these presents the rect whereof the said Richard Pace and Francis Poythress doth hereby acknowledge they themselves to be there withfullly satisfied contented and paid and thereof doth acquire release and discharge the said Thomas Goodwynne his Ex Hath given granted bargained sold remised, released, and for ever quitted claim, and by these presents the said Richard Pace and Francis Poythress doth for themselves their heirs Exrs and Admts forever give grant bargain sell remise release and for ever quit claim unto the said Thomas Goodwynne and to his heirs forever to all that seat tract parcell or dividend of Landsituate lying and being in the Pssh of Westopher in the County of Prince George contain by estimation four hundred acres of Land, be it more or less and bounded Viz: beginning at the Path on the Old Town run, where it crosses the same, leading from old Michael Rossers plantation to Edward Goodriches plantation, and running thence Westwardly as the path leads along the said Rossers corn field fence to the upper end of the same and from thence west ninteen degreed north along a line of mark trees to a corner oak in the head of a bottom thence down that bottom by a line of mark trees to the runn between Richard Paces plantation where he now lives, and the plantation whereon John Whittmore more lately lived, and so down that runn to the Path at the beginning. together with Two hundred acres of Land at the head of the said Richard Paces dividend, beginning at his southern corner tree and running east fifty chains to a red oake, thence No. One hundred and sixty chains to the line dividing this land from lands which did belong to Mr. Cha. Anderson Decsd: thence West fiftychains, thence So. one hundred and sixty chains to the beginning. To have and to hold the said land sand premises hereby granted unto the said Thomas Goodwynne and to his heirs forever, together with all houses Orchards, Gardens, Woods, underwoods, wayes, Pastures etc. and all other the appurtenances thereon or thereunto belonging or in any wise appurtaining, so that neither the said Richard Pace nor Francis Poythress nor their heirs nor any other person or persons whatever claiming or to claim by from or under them or either of them shall no at any time here after have any right title interest claims or demand of in or too thesd. lands and premises, but that the same with every part and parcell thereof shall be and forver hereafter enure to the only sole proper use and behoof of him the said Thomas Goodwynne and to his heirs forever. In Witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and affixed our seals the day and year first above written.
Testes. Peter Wynne F. Poythress sealed w/ red wax
John {B} Bonner Richd: Pace sealed w/ red wax"


William and Mary Quarterly, Ist Series, Volume IV, page 127,143.


Children:
2 Charles ANDERSON b: BET. 1693 - 1712 d: BEF 1739
2 Elizabeth ANDERSON b: BET. 1693 - 1712 d: 1774 + John STITH d: 1762
2 Frances ANDERSON b: BET. 1693 - 1712 d: AFT 1782 + Thomas PINKARD d: 1782
2 Jane ANDERSON b: BET. 1693 - 1712 + Ellyson ARMISTEAD
2 Charlotte ANDERSON b: BET. 1693 - 1712 d: AFT 1743 + Henry TAYLOR d: 1749
2 Son ANDERSON b: 1712 d: 1712

[S2578]


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 _(RESEARCH QUERY) ANDERSON of North Side_|
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|--Charles ANDERSON "the Immigrant"
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[S2578]


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James G. BONNER

11 Jan 1832 - 21 Jul 1867

ID Number: I5233

  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. 13th Battalion Partisan Rangers
  • RESIDENCE: Cowetta Co. GA & Walker Co. AL
  • BIRTH: 11 Jan 1832, Cowetta Co., GA [S139]
  • DEATH: 21 Jul 1867, Walker Co., AL
  • BURIAL: 23 Jul 1867, Bonner Cemetery, Walker Co., AL [37721] [S139]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S263]
Father: William BONNER
Mother: Lucille (Lucy) SMITH


Family 1 : Missoure Jane ODOM
  1.  Margaret E. BONNER
  2. +John W. BONNER
  3.  James Robert "Rob" BONNER
  4. +Jacob William "Jake" BONNER

Notes


John G. Bonner's middle name may have been Gable. He belonged to the 13th Battalion Partisan Rangers in the Civil War. Pvt. Ala. Partisan Rangers Confederate States Army. He is buried off County Rd. 20, Walker Co., Al. in Odom Family Cemetery between Oakman, Al. and Parrish, Al.

[37721]
Odom Family Cemetery


                                               _Thomas BONNER ______+
                                              | (1744 - 1804) m 1767
                         _Thomas BONNER ______|
                        | (1779 - 1860)       |
                        |                     |_Margaret JONES _____+
                        |                       (1750 - 1804) m 1767
 _William BONNER _______|
| (1803 - 1881) m 1831  |
|                       |                      _Edmund DUKE Sr._____
|                       |                     | (1760 - ....)       
|                       |_Elizabeth DUKE _____|
|                         (1786 - ....)       |
|                                             |_____________________
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|--James G. BONNER 
|  (1832 - 1867)
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|                        _John Nichols SMITH _|
|                       | (1790 - ....)       |
|                       |                     |_____________________
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|_Lucille (Lucy) SMITH _|
  (1810 - 1880) m 1831  |
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[S139]

[S263]


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Lewis BOOKER

12 May 1799 - 9 Mar 1832

ID Number: I12527

  • RESIDENCE: Essex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 12 May 1799
  • DEATH: 9 Mar 1832
  • RESOURCES: See: [S731] [S1559]
Father: Capt. Louis BOOKER
Mother: Judith DUDLEY


Notes


unmarried

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 _Capt. Louis BOOKER _|
| (1754 - 1814) m 1788|
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|--Lewis BOOKER 
|  (1799 - 1832)
|                                            _George DUDLEY ______+
|                                           | (1689 - ....) m 1718
|                      _George DUDLEY ______|
|                     | (1730 - ....) m 1758|
|                     |                     |_Judith ARMISTEAD ___+
|                     |                       (1700 - ....) m 1718
|_Judith DUDLEY ______|
  (1765 - 1817) m 1788|
                      |                      _William TABB _______+
                      |                     | (1701 - 1765)       
                      |_Dorothy TABB _______|
                        (1735 - 1794) m 1758|
                                            |_Susannah GOULD _____+
                                              (1716 - 1805)       

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Martha FAIRBURNE

ABT 1770 - ____

ID Number: I101388

  • RESIDENCE: of GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1770
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: V6G8-9D)

Family 1 : John MCDOWELL
  1. +Margaret MCDOWELL

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Prince HYWEL ab Owain GWYNEDD of Wales

____ - 1170

ID Number: I97656

  • TITLE: Prince
  • OCCUPATION: Great Poet of the period.
  • RESIDENCE: Wales
  • DEATH: 1170, killed in battle against his half-brothers at Pentraeth in Anglesey
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3556]
Father: OWAIN ap Gruffydd of Gwynedd
Mother: UNNAMED


Notes


The second great poet of the period, perhaps the greatest, is Hywel ab Owain Gwynedd (d. 1170). An illegitimate son of Owain Gwynedd, Hywel in no need of a patron, was able to break from the traditions of the court poets. He is thought to have written the first love poetry extant in the Welsh language, though many historians believe that he was the heir to a long tradition of love poetry now lost. His poems show a masculine delight in the love of women, praise of nature, and prowess in battle; all show a sense of unfulfilled desire and a strong sensuality. Despite his amateur standing, Hywel's work was mainly composed of sophisticated entertainment for a courtly audience. According to Meic Stephens, his poems are marked by "sensitivity, tenderness, warmth and a sense of humour." Characteristic of Hywel's verse is that rapid association of images shown in the following translation:


A white wave, splendid in attack, foams over,
colored like hoar-frost in the hour of its advance.
I love the sea-coast of Merionnydd,
where a white arm was my pillow.
I love the nightingale in the wild wood,
where two waters meet in that sweet valley.


Active in military campaigns, Hywel was killed in battle against his half-brothers. This was at the time that Henry II of England, in a letter to the Emperor of Byzantium) wrote of the Welsh:


A people called Welsh, so bold and
ferocious that, when unarmed, they
do not fear to encounter an armed
force, being ready to shed their blood
in defence of their country, and to
sacrifice their lives for renown.
http://www.britannia.com/wales/lit/lit6.html


Unfortunately I have paraphrased the exact text in my research notes but it was initially used to show the conflict that arouse after the death of Owain Gwynedd, but here it is warts and all
.......................
"The eldest of Owains sons was Hywel. Hywel had already proved himself as an able military commander. Particularly against his uncle Cadwladr. Hywel had good ties with the other royal houses of Gwynedd and Wales. Also on the scene were his half brothers from Owains marriage to Cristen ferch Goronwy ab Owain, Christen was Owains 1st cousin and was also the reason he was excommunicated. Her two sons Dafydd and Rhodri came to blows with Hywel at Pentraeth in Anglesey, which left Hywel dead. Gwynedd was then divided up between Dafydd & Rhodri. Within a few years Dafydd showed further ambition turning on another half brother Maelgwn who had some sway over Angelsey. After being driven out of Angelsey to be exiled in Ireland Maelgwn returned only to be defeated and imprisoned by Dafydd. Another of Dafydd's half brothers Cynan held Meirionydd, Eifionydd and Ardudwy.


Cynan dies in 1174 and the lands were left to his two sons Gruffudd & Maredudd. In 1174 Dafydd expelled them from their lands along with his full brother Rhodri who held some lands within Gwynedd at this time. Rhodri returned for his lands in 1174 only to be imprissioned by Dafydd. Dafydd then turned to cement his relations with Henry II asking permission to marry Emma of Anjou Henry's illigitimate half sister. The marriage took place also before the end of 1174. At which Rhodri had escaped from prison and had managed to raise enough force to turn the tables on Daffyd driving him out of Angelsey and all lands west of the River Conwy."


[S3556]


                                                               _CYNAN ap Iago of Gwynedd________________+
                                                              | (1014 - 1060)                           
                                _GRUFFYDD ap Cynan of Gwynedd_|
                               | (1055 - 1137) m 1082         |
                               |                              |_RADNAILLT (Ragnhildir) O'Olaf of Dublin_+
                               |                                (1031 - ....)                           
 _OWAIN ap Gruffydd of Gwynedd_|
| (1100 - 1169)                |
|                              |                               _OWAIN ap Edwin Lord of Tegaing__________+
|                              |                              | (1044 - 1104)                           
|                              |_ANGHARAD ferch Owain_________|
|                                (1065 - 1162) m 1082         |
|                                                             |_MORWYL Verch Ednywain___________________
|                                                               (1048 - ....)                           
|
|--HYWEL ab Owain GWYNEDD of Wales
|  (.... - 1170)
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|_UNNAMED______________________|
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William Pendleton WIGGINTON

ABT 1798 - ____

ID Number: I49677

  • RESIDENCE: of Culpeper Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1798, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S944] [S1774]
Father: James WIGGINTON
Mother: Sarah Anne PENDLETON



                                                     _(RESEARCH QUERY) WIGGINTON ___________
                                                    | (1700 - ....)                         
                         _James Johnston WIGGINTON _|
                        | (1734 - 1766) m 1756      |
                        |                           |_______________________________________
                        |                                                                   
 _James WIGGINTON ______|
| (1766 - 1847) m 1796  |
|                       |                            _Seth BOTTS ___________________________+
|                       |                           | (1713 - 1776) m 1735                  
|                       |_Sarah BOTTS ______________|
|                         (1737 - 1813) m 1756      |
|                                                   |_Sabrina (Sabina or Sabacah) BIRDWELL _+
|                                                     (1717 - 1785) m 1735                  
|
|--William Pendleton WIGGINTON 
|  (1798 - ....)
|                                                    _Nathaniel PENDLETON Sr._______________+
|                                                   | (1715 - 1794) m 1745                  
|                        _William PENDLETON Sr._____|
|                       | (1748 - 1817) m 1770      |
|                       |                           |_Elizabeth Anne CLAYTON _______________+
|                       |                             (1722 - ....) m 1745                  
|_Sarah Anne PENDLETON _|
  (1774 - 1804) m 1796  |
                        |                            _Benjamin FERGUSON ____________________+
                        |                           | (1725 - 1762) m 1746                  
                        |_Elizabeth FERGUSON _______|
                          (1753 - 1799) m 1770      |
                                                    |_Sarah Ann_____________________________
                                                      (1727 - ....) m 1746                  

Sources

[S944]

[S1774]


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Elizabeth "Eliza" WILKINSON

ABT 1640 - ABT 1675

ID Number: I53593

  • RESIDENCE: Prince Georges Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1640, Linhaven, Norfolk, Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 1675
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1937] [S2455]
Father: William WILKINSON "the Immigrant"
Mother: Naomy HEWES


Family 1 : William HATTON Sr. "the Immigrant"
  1. +William HATTON Jr.

Notes


Elizabeth was probably the second child. The Maryland Dents Page: pp 7-8


                                                           __
                                                          |  
                                     _Gabriel WILKINSON __|
                                    | (1576 - 1658)       |
                                    |                     |__
                                    |                        
 _William WILKINSON "the Immigrant"_|
| (1612 - 1663) m 1634              |
|                                   |                      __
|                                   |                     |  
|                                   |_____________________|
|                                                         |
|                                                         |__
|                                                            
|
|--Elizabeth "Eliza" WILKINSON 
|  (1640 - 1675)
|                                                          __
|                                                         |  
|                                    _____________________|
|                                   |                     |
|                                   |                     |__
|                                   |                        
|_Naomy HEWES ______________________|
  (1616 - 1643) m 1634              |
                                    |                      __
                                    |                     |  
                                    |_____________________|
                                                          |
                                                          |__
                                                             

Sources

[S1937]

[S2455]


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