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William Edwin BLAIR

22 Jul 1836 - ____

ID Number: I6690

  • RESIDENCE: Adair Co, KY
  • BIRTH: 22 Jul 1836, Adair Co, KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S301]

Family 1 : Lavinia M. CARTER
  1.  William BLAIR
  2.  Flora BLAIR
  3.  Ida S. BLAIR
  4.  Jonas BLAIR

Notes


CENSUS RECORDS 1850 Adair Co., KY census (enumerated with parents) 1860 Madison Co., IA census, dwelling number 1188 1870 Madison Co., IA census, dwelling number 49
OTHER SOURCES Janis L. Shubert, BSGR 234 Adair Co., KY Marriages (1840-1870) Index Kentucky IGI records

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Ann BOWKER

ABT 1700 - 7 Aug 1733

ID Number: I61963

  • RESIDENCE: Abingdon Parish, Gloucester Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1700, Gloucester Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 7 Aug 1733, Abingdon Parish, Gloucester, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S1178]
Father: Ralph BOWKER


Family 1 : John SMITH
  1. +Guy SMITH
  2.  John SMITH Jr. of "The Pocket"

Notes


Father: Reverend Ralph Bowker Mother: Judith. Rev. Bowker was of King and Queen Counties of Virgnia.

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Ann Nancy HAYNES

2 May 1744 - 10 Apr 1832

ID Number: I101074

  • RESIDENCE: Bedford Co. VA and Clarke Co. GA and Lowndes, MS
  • BIRTH: 2 May 1744, Bedford Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 10 Apr 1832, Lowndes, Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3115]
Father: Henry HAYNES Jr.
Mother: Robert WADE


Family 1 : James H. GREER
Family 2 : LOWE
  1.  Mary Ann Polly LOWE
Family 3 : James GREER

Notes


+ James GREER b: Abt 1773 d: Abt 1810

                                             _John HAYNES ________+
                                            | (1670 - ....)       
                       _Henry HAYNES Sr.____|
                      | (1701 - 1784) m 1727|
                      |                     |_____________________
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 _Henry HAYNES Jr.____|
| (1735 - 1810)       |
|                     |                      _Guy SMITH __________
|                     |                     | (1670 - ....)       
|                     |_Mary SMITH _________|
|                       (1705 - 1782) m 1727|
|                                           |_____________________
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|--Ann Nancy HAYNES 
|  (1744 - 1832)
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|                      _____________________|
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|_Robert WADE ________|
  (1710 - 1736)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
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Capt. John MARKS

ABT 1740 - ABT 5 Mar 1800

ID Number: I26588

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War; Sheriff of Albemarle Co. VA
  • RESIDENCE: Albemarle and Louisa Co. VA and 1783 GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740, of Albemarle Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 5 Mar 1800, of Wilkes Co. Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 1QQQ-5BR) [S714] [S1090] [S1117] [S3345]
Father: Hastings MARKS Sr.
Mother: Mary


Family 1 : Lucy MERIWETHER

Notes


1787 John Marks, of Louisa....


John m w/o Meriwether (William) LEWIS, mother of Merriwether LEWIS, he went to GA with GILMER family 1783/85.


Children:
John Hastings MARKS b: 1785 in VA
Mary Garland MARKS b: 8 May 1788 in VA


"John Marks Capt - 1 Pettigrew, Marian Dewoody & Brightwell, Newton Edward, MARKS-BARNETT FAMILIES AND THEIR KIN p. 3; footnote:


"Captain John Markes; Phillip Love's Co. of Volunteers, Virginia Cont'l Line, 16 Sep 1774... VA Co. Militia."


p. 4; "John Marks, of Louisa Co., VA, married Mrs. Lucy (Meriwether)Lewis."


p. 6; footnote: "John Marks (Hastings, John) was a Capt. in Revolutionary War, and for this service, received a grant of 4,000 acres of land on Brush Creek, Ross Co., Ohio. He marched to Williamsburg, VA, 2 May 1775, to demand satisfaction of Lord Dunmore for the removal of the powder (Wood'sHistory p.364)


p. 6; footnote; "John Marks was Capt. 14th VA, (p.368) Also commanded a company in 1st Virginia, took part in battled of Guilford Court House, Camden, Ninety-six, and Eutaw Springs. (p.370) Commanded the 10th virginia Regt. 1779, and 1785; was Sheriff of Albemarle Co., VA 1785; Magistrate of the County, 1783__(VACountyRecords) For the above service his descendants were eligible to DAR. SeeNat.Nos. 44825-64534. He was commissioned 20 Mar 1779."


"Capt. John Marks, having served in the Army for five years, with great fidelity is obliged on account of his bad state of health to retire from service, and is therefore permitted to resign; given under my hand, in camp at Chesterfield, this 15th, day of Feb. 1781. By order, from Staulere?Kaulere?
Signed, William Davis, Col."
"Capt. John Marks, Virginia Cont. Line, 3 years service, 3 Sep 1783.Sons of Am. Revolution. Kentucky Year Book, 1893/94; Land Bounty & Warrants. p.203."


pp. 6-7; [footnote]
"United States of America; In Congress Assembled; To John Marks, Esq.,
Greetings: We reposing special trust, and confidence in your patriotic conduct, and fidelity, do by these presents, constitute, and appoint you to be a Captain in the 10th VA Regt. United states army, to take rank as such from the 15th day of March, 1777, A.D. You are therefore carefully, and diligently to discharge the duty of a Captain, by doing, and performing all manner of things thereunto belonging. And we do strictly charge, and require all officers, and soldiers, under your command to be obedient to your orders, and you are to observe, and follow such orders, and directions, from time to time as you shall receive from this, or from a future Congress, of United States, or Committee of Congress, for that purpose appointed, committee of that United States, or Commander in Chief, for the time being of the Army of theUnited States, or any other superior officer. Acceding to the rules, and discipline of war, in pursuance of the trust reposed in you, this commission to continue in force until revoked by this or a future Congress, a committee of Congress
before mentioned, or a committee of the states.


"Witness his Excellency, John Jay, Sec. Pres., of the Congress of the U.S. of America at Philadelphia, the 20th day of March, 1779, and in the year of Independence John Jay. Entered in Office of War dept. Examined by Board attest.
R. Scull ...Secretary of Board. (DAR Lin. Bk., V. 65, p. 188) contributed by Mrs.
H. C.. Jones, Huntsville, AL. Loaned her by an elderly relative, Miss Minnie
Jordan."


pp. 7-8; "Capt. John Marks (Hastings, John) m. Mrs. Lucy (Meriwether) Lewis,
b 1752; dr. of Thos. Meriwether, wf. Elizabeth Thornton, of VA, widow of Col.
Wm. Lewis (Robert) who lived at Locust Hill, near Ivy Depot. See DAR Lin.Bks.
Mar. in, or about 1784/85, it is said.


"Capt. John Marks and his family removed with the Gilmer immigration to Wilkes County, Georgia, where he died shortly after, a year or two, leaving two children and three stepchildren. He removed to Georgia during his incumbency in office as Sheriff, and act of the Legislature was passed Nov 1788, which recited that no sale of lands in Albemarle Co., VA delinquent for taxes for the years 1787-87, was legally possible because John Marks, Sheriff of said county had moved to Georgia some time during those years, and which therefore authorized William Clark, one of his deputies to make such sale (Wood'sHist. p. 56).


"In the list of first Grand Jury in Oglethorpe Co., GA, appears the name of John Marks, this county was laid out 1793, eight years after the Goosepond settlement, which was included in Oglethorpe County."


"Capt. John Marks (Hastings, John) m. bet 1784/85, Mrs Lucy (Meriwether) Lewis, and had the following children and stepchildren; he died abt. 5 Mar 1800.


1 Meriwether Lewis, b. Locust Hill, near Charlottesville, VA, 17 Oct1774. The famous explored of the Rocky Mountains, and the Pacific Coast.Died unm., near Nashville, TN, while acting as Governor of Missouri Territory, 17 Oct 1809.


2 Reuben Lewis, M.D., b 14 Feb 1777; m. coz. Mildred Dabney, dr of Samuel
Dabney and wife, Mildred Meriwether, 5 Sep 1790. She died 5 Oct1851.
d.s.p.


3 Jane Lewis, b 31 Mar 1770; d. 15 Mar 1844/47; m. 1785 coz., Edmund
Anderson (Richard) b.1763; d. 1810. Issue nine children.


4 John Hastings Marks, M.D. b. 6 Jan 1786; d. unm. Baltimore, MD.


5 Mary Garland Marks, b. Charlottesville, VA 27 Apr 1787; d. 24 Aug1864;
m. Maj. Wm. Harvie Moore, lived in GA."


p. 8; "Capt. John Marks served under Baron Steuben, in the Revolutionary war, and his discharge papers are now in the possession of members of the family, he was with 10th VA regr. 1779-1785. He received a grant of land in Ross Co., Ohio. For his services in War, see DAR Lin. Books.


p. 10; footnote; "Virginia Colonial Militia - Lord Dunmore's War,1774, p. 75; Marks, John, member of capt. Phillip Love's Co. of Volunteers. 10 Sep 1774.
(Source Draper Mss. 32-33)


p. 25; footnote; John Marks on first grand jury of Oglethorpe Co., GA, 1794;
three miles from Lexington, GA. GA and GA People, by Smith, p 202.


p. 36; Orange Co. VA Tithe Lists - Wm and Mary Quarterly, Jul 1918, p.19.
Said County bounded South by Hanover, north by Fairfax Grant. Tithe List for
1734 - John Marks and Richard Sims, and several others.


2 Wood's History of Albemarle Co. Virginia p. 376; Appendix 6, County Officers: "Magistrates - John Marks, 1783 acting." "Sheriffs - John Marks 1785"


p. 380 Appendix 8, Emigrants to Other States: "James and John Marks-Wilkes Co., GA."


Early Records of Georgia, Vol I and II, Wilkes Co. Vol I, p. 48
Will of John Marks, Folio 250 W/B "DD"
To wife, Lucy, the use of whole estate real and personal for life or widowhood to be under the direction of my executors.


To my two"neffues" Haistens and Peter Marks, sons of my bro. Peter Marks, 1000 acres on the western waters of VA being a part of 4000 acres "due me for my services in the Continental Arme" if it is precured.


To son John Haistens Marks the land whereon I live to be sold if thought best to purchase land elsewhere. At the death or marriage of my wife Lucy all residue to be divided between my children, John Haistens Marks and Polly Garland Marks at majority or marriage. Friends John Gilmer and Nicholas Johnson. Excrs. Signed Mar. 29, 1791. Probated 30 Oct 1791. Henry Tyler, Thos. Meriwether, Wm. Johnson, Frans. Meriwether, Test."


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|                     |_Elizabeth HASTINGS _|
|                       (1700 - ....)       |
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|--John MARKS 
|  (1740 - 1800)
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|_Mary________________|
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Mary MEADE

ABT 1908 - ____

ID Number: I97342

  • RESIDENCE: Wise Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1908
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3550]
Father: Walter "Dubby" E. (Alvin) MEADE
Mother: Dolly Ann PORTER



                                                             _Richard Lewis MEADE __+
                                                            | (1811 - 1880)         
                                    _Solomon Orlando MEADE _|
                                   | (1854 - 1940) m 1876   |
                                   |                        |_Laticia HIGGINBOTHAM _+
                                   |                          (1811 - ....)         
 _Walter "Dubby" E. (Alvin) MEADE _|
| (1879 - 1955)                    |
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|                                  |_Louisa L. COUCH _______|
|                                    (1855 - 1900) m 1876   |
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|--Mary MEADE 
|  (1908 - ....)
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|_Dolly Ann PORTER ________________|
  (1889 - 1948)                    |
                                   |                         _______________________
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                                   |________________________|
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                                                            |_______________________
                                                                                    

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Elizabeth REYNOLDS

ABT 1650 - ____

ID Number: I74567

  • RESIDENCE: Surry Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1650
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:12XQ-SKQ)
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) REYNOLDS


Family 1 : Richard JORDAN
  1. +Elizabeth JORDAN

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|--Elizabeth REYNOLDS 
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Abraham SALLEE (SALLE) (SAILLE)

25 Feb 1674 - ____

ID Number: I24218

  • RESIDENCE: FR & ENG & NY & Manakintown, King William Parish, VA
  • BIRTH: 25 Feb 1674, St. Martin, Ile De Re, France
  • RESOURCES: See: [S692] [S866]

Family 1 : Olive PERAULT\PERRAULT
  1. +Abraham SALLEE
  2.  Jacob SALLEE
  3.  Isaac SALLEE
  4. +William (Guillaume) SALLEE Sr.
  5. +Pierre (Peter) SALLEE
  6.  Olive Magdaline SALLEE

Notes


Abraham Salle (Sallee) b 25 Feb 1674, St. Martin, Ile de Re, son of Jean Salle (from Courteil, Paroisse de Mougon, Poitou) by his wife Marie (Martin); m. 1699 at London, Olive Perrault; to New York City; then to Manakin, Virginia.


COURT, AUGUST 20TH, 1706. A Statement that on Feb. 1st, 1702 [1703], Mr. Abraham Salle gave bond as executor of Mr. Soloman Delalua, with Mr. Chas. De Sally and Mr. David Minitrees as security; and that De Sally had since gone to Eng., and Minetrees removed himself to a remote part of the colony.


wp. 30 apr 1720 Manakintown, Goochland Co. VA, m. 1699, London England to Olive PERRAULT. children:
William m. Magdelaine Chastain c 1740
Abraham b 31 Oct 1700 bp. French Church NYC d 15 Feb 1731, Henrico Co. VA m. c1720 to Magdelaine Amonet, dau of Jacob Amonet.
Jacob b 28 Jul 1701, bp. French Church, NYC; d. um
Isaac b 1703/04, Manakin, VA d. intestate 1730.
Peter, b 1708/09 Manakin, VA.
Olive Magdaline b 1710/11, Manakin, VA m. 1728 Etienne Clark.


Ref: Baird, Charles W., History of the Huguenot Emigraiton to America Redding, Lois Harris; Family History of Harris, Patterson, Poer & Collateral Lines, 1975; Jones, W. Mac; The Douglass Register, Baltimore, 1966; Abraham Salle Will; Henrico Co. VA Misc. Court Records; 9 Aug 1718. Bailey, Jack Dalton, The Family History of the French Huguenot Abraham Salle and his Descendants; Harrodsburg, KY, 1992.


To the Honourable Presid' t and Council.


Sept. 2d, 1707.
The answer of Abraham Salle to the Petition of Mr. Philipe, humbly Sheweth, That whereas, the s'd Philipe Complained that I affronted him on the 30th day of March last, while he was in the Pulpit, by calling him seditious, and the cheif of ye seditious, I beg leave to represent to your honnors the whole fact as it happen' d, which I flatter myself will be a compleat justification. When Mr. Philipe had finish'd the service of the day, he continued in the Pulpit as his custome is where there is any Parish business to be done, the first thing he did, was to demand the Register of Christenings to be delivered up to him out of ye Clerk of the Vestry' hands, and in case he refused to do it, he would excommunicate him; he was pleas' d to say this with a rage very unbecoming the place, which made me intreat him to have a little patience till the dispute should be ended, whether the Register should be in the Vestry's Custody or his; I assur'd him that the Vestry had no intention either to encroach upon his Rights or to give up their own, and therefor desir'd to inform themselves more fully of that matter; upon this, he flew out into a gretter pasion than before, and frankly told us that he acknowledg'd no Vestry there was, neither would he have the people acknowledge any. Immediately after his nameing the People, sevarol of his party, and particularly Lacaze and Michel, stood up, and in the Church took the liberty to utter many injurious things against me and the last prest thro' the whole congregation to get up to the place where I was, and then catching me by the coat, he threatened me very hardly, and by his Example, several of the crowd were heard to say, we must assassinate that damn'd fellow with the black beard, and that Bougre de Chien ought to be hanged up out of the way, and several other violent Expressions, not very proper for the Church. The s'd Philipe in the mean time, was so far from endeavouring to appease their tumult, that 'twas observed he did his best to inflame it, and was ____ lowder and more outragious than anybody. I thought it now my duty as a Justice, to command the peace, putting the people in mind of the day and occasion, and the place where they were, but all to little purpose; the Queen's name had no effect upon them. When I found matters in that dangerous condition, I thought it prudent to withdraw, and when I came to the Church door, I told Mr. Philipe 'twas visible that he had fomented that sedition, and therefore he was a seditious person, and even the Chief of the Seditious. This is the naked fact as it happened, which I am ready to prove to your honours by sufficient testimony, which, if I do, I have the confidence to hope I need no further Justification.


And then, as far as his petitioning for an Order for Chooseing a new Vestry at Monocantown, I humbly beg leave to represent to your honours the unreasonableness of that Petition.


Not long after the erecting Monocantown into a Parish, the Parishioners were assembled to elect a Vestry, and the Plurality of voices fell upon the following persons:


Jacob Amonner, Jean Guerin Pierre Chastain, Abra. Soblet Jacque Lacaze Jean Farcy, Jacques Brotisse Abra. Remy Jean Foniuelle, Louis Outartre, Andre Aubry Abra. Salle.
Vestry of Monacanlown Parish
In that election the Law of this Country was punctually observ'd; the persons were 12 in number, and were chosen by the Major part of the Parish, called together by Mr. Philipe for that purpose; they were not chosen for one year, according to the electing Elders in france, w'ch Mr. Philipe would insinuate, but were chosen as a lawful Vestry, and for several years have been own'd as such, even by Mr. Philipe himself, and he has always apply'd himself to them for his Salary; they have been called Antiens because the French have no other word in their language for a Vestryman, and it has never been questioned by any one whether this were a legal Vestry or not, till lately that the Sr. Philipe, upon a quarrel he's had with some particular member of it, would get this Vestry quashed, to introduce his onne Creature that will be ready to Sacrifice . . . of the parish to his extravagance and arbitrary humour, if....


AT A COUNCIL HELD AT THE CAPITOL THE 18TH DAY OF NOVEM'R, 1710: Present the Hon' ble Lieut.-Governour in Councill. On Reading at this Board a Petition of Abraham Sallee and Claude Phillipe de Richbourgh, in behalf of themselves and other French Refugees, Inhabitants of the Mannakin Town, setting forth: "That at their first arrival there was granted for the Settlement of the said Refugees a Tract of Ten Thousand acres of Land, to be laid out according to the rate of a hundred and thirty-three acres to each Family. That the said Refugees did settle upon some part of the said Land, and had about five Thousand Acres then laid out and divided among them; but the said division having Regard to the particular Settlement, so as to give to every man the proportion.... adjoining to his House, and therefore proposing that a more equal distribution of the said land may be made, and that those who have not their full proportion in the first Five Thousand Acres may have the same made up out of the last Five Thousand Acres, laid out and appropriated for the aforesaid Settlement.


This Board, taking the said Petition-with the proposals therein contain' d-into consideration, have thought fitt to Order that the Land above mention'd be laid out' and distributed in manner following (vizt): That all such heads of Families, and their Representatives as have been constantly resident at the said Manakin Town from the first Settlement, shall, in the first place, draw Lotts, and, according to the priority of their Lotts, shall have liberty to choose ; And shall Accordingly have as much Land laid out for them respectively in the last five Thousand Acres as will, with the land they have already, make up their full complement of 133 Acres to each Family. That all persons that have come in since the first Settlement, and have been constantly Resident at the Mannakin Town since their first Coming, shall, in the next place, draw Lotts, and, according to the Priority of their said Lotts, shall have their proportion of Land in the last 5,000 Acres to compleat with what they have already, the quantity of 133 Acres to each Family. And, in the last place, such as have deserted the said Settlement, and afterwards returned to Inhabit there, shall, in like manner, draw Lotts, and be preferr'd to the choice of Land in the last 5,000 Acres, to make up their Complement of 133 Acres for each respective Family, according to the priority of their Lotts. And it is Ordered, that the Surveyor of the county of Henrico do lay out the said respective proportions of Land at the charges of the Person desiring the same. In which he is hereby directed and required to take care that the breadth of the several Shares of Land bear a due proportion to the length. and that no small slips of Land be left between the Lotts that may not be useftill or fitt to be taken up by any Other Person.


And in case it shall be found that any Person hath, in the first five Thousand Acres of Land, more than the said proportion of 133 Acres, and his next Neighbour hath not enough, that such Neighbour shall have the Overplus Added to his Lott to make his said lott the Number of 133 Acres, and if any Improvements be made upon the same, the Owner of that Lott, to which it is added, shall pay to the other the value the said Improvements shall be appraised at.


And it is further Ordered, that such of the French Refugees as have bought the Plantations, or dividents of any other of the said Nation in the first 5,000 Acres, shall have and enjoy the same without prejudice to such Purchaser, to hold the Land due to him for his own share, and to take up as much more as will make his said Share the Compleat quantity of 133 Acres.


Provided, That no Person who hath sold his proportion of the first 5,000 Acres shall be Intitled to take up any more of the second 5,000 Acres than he should have had in case such Sale had never been made. And if any Person hath already Settled upon the last 5,000 Acres of Land, and hath made Improvements thereon, such Person shall have his whole quantity of 133 Acres laid out in the last 5,000, provided there be sufficient over and above the Proportion due to the other Inhabitants, and there be not, then the Houses and clear'd grounds of such Persons shall be reserved to him as part of his Proportion to the said Tract of Land.


And whereas, divers of the first heads of Families settled at the Mannakin Town are since dead, it is Ordered that the Heir or Children of the Deceas'd (if any be), and if not the Widdow, shall have and Enjoy the divident Allotted or which ought to be Allotted . . . . head of Family be dead without Heir or other Representatives, his Share or Proportion of the said Lands shall be confirmed to such person or persons (being of the same Nation) as are now in possession thereof. And to the end the Surveyor of Henrico county may be the better Enabled to Sett out and Assign to each particular person his share of the said land, it is Order'd that Mr. Robert Bolling, who Surveyed the first 5,000 Acres, do grant Certificates of the Bounds and quantities of the several lotts unto the Persons for whom he setts out the same, and to such as claim under them, without demanding any fee or reward, he having been already paid for the same out of his Majestie's Revenues. And if it shall happen that any person shall be contented with less than 133 Acres, so that there shall remain any quantity of land not taken up after the several Allottments above mention'd, it is hereby declar'd that such Overplus land shall be granted to any other French Refugees as shall hereafter come to settle at the Mannakin Town, for the Encouragement of the said settlement. And the Surveyor of the said County of Henrico is hereby ordered and required to lay out the lands aforesaid, having due regard to Rules and directions herein before sett down, and in any case any dispute or controversie shall arise among the said Refugees in the distribution of their several shares of Land, The Hon' ble the Lieut. Governour, with the advice of the Councill, doth hereby Authorize and Impower Cob. Wm. Randolph and Mr. Richard Cocke, of Henrico county, to hear and determine the said disputes, And in case they find any difficulties, that they Report the same specially to the Lieut. Governour for his final determination therein.


[Copia.] WM. ROBERTSON, Cl' k Co'n.





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Admire TURNER Sr.

1738 - Sep 1818

ID Number: I49363

  • RESIDENCE: Bedford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1738, Bedford Co. VA
  • DEATH: Sep 1818, Bedford Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1759] [S2045]
Father: James TURNER
Mother: Mary ADMIRE?


Family 1 : Sarah "Sally" ALLEN
  1.  Lucy TURNER
  2.  Frances TURNER
  3.  Mary Ann TURNER
  4.  Benjamin TURNER
  5. +Admire TURNER Jr.
  6.  Lewis TURNER
  7. +Mildred "Milly" TURNER
  8.  Sarah Ann "Sally" TURNER
  9.  George TURNER
  10.  Jubal TURNER

Notes


Admire died in Aug of 1818 and his will was probated on Sept 28, 1818.


                                             _Richard TURNER Sr. "the immigrant"_+
                                            | (1650 - 1742)                      
                       _James TURNER _______|
                      | (1670 - 1742)       |
                      |                     |____________________________________
                      |                                                          
 _James TURNER _______|
| (1710 - 1793) m 1729|
|                     |                      ____________________________________
|                     |                     |                                    
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |____________________________________
|                                                                                
|
|--Admire TURNER Sr.
|  (1738 - 1818)
|                                            ____________________________________
|                                           |                                    
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |____________________________________
|                     |                                                          
|_Mary ADMIRE? _______|
  (1712 - ....) m 1729|
                      |                      ____________________________________
                      |                     |                                    
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |____________________________________
                                                                                 

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