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Philadelphia "Delphia" ATKINS

1741 - 1818

ID Number: I95228

  • RESIDENCE: Charlotte Co. VA and Burke Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 1741, Charlotte Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1818, Burke Co. North Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3409] [S3462]

Family 1 : Reuben ESTES
  1.  Laban ESTES

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[S3462]


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Daniel BROWN

Jun 1755 - ____

ID Number: I50566

  • RESIDENCE: Essex & Orange Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: Jun 1755
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1803]
Father: William BROWN
Mother: Lucy BROWN



                                             _Francis BROWN ______
                                            | (1660 - 1708)       
                       _Daniel BROWN _______|
                      | (1687 - 1747)       |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _William BROWN ______|
| (1719 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _Robert COLEMAN II___+
|                     |                     | (1656 - 1713) m 1678
|                     |_Elizabeth COLEMAN __|
|                       (1685 - 1747)       |
|                                           |_Ann SPILSBE ________+
|                                             (1659 - ....) m 1678
|
|--Daniel BROWN 
|  (1755 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Lucy BROWN _________|
  (1730 - ....)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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John BROWN

ABT 1653 - ____

ID Number: I78708

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1653
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2996]

Family 1 : Hannah RIDGEWAY
  1. +Richard BROWN "the Immigrant"

Notes


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Peter CARTER III

2 Jul 1771 - 17 Mar 1839

ID Number: I4576

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co.VA and 1796 Lincoln Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 2 Jul 1771, Amherst Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 17 Mar 1839, Lincoln Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: CONFLICT Notes [S125] [S265] [S266] [S299] [S339] [S515]
Father: Peter CARTER II
Mother: Mary Anne ELLIS


Family 1 : Delphia "Delphy" SANDIDGE
  1.  Larkin Gatewood CARTER

Notes


CONFLICT: Delphia Sandige who married Lincoln Gatewood Carter or Peter Carter, son of Peter Carter and Judith NORRIS.


Peter Carter son of Peter Carter and Mary Anne ELLIS of Amherst Co. VA.


Marriage Bond, Waller Sandige, surety. Consent of John Sandige. Cert. of Marr. by the Rev. Mr. Crawford. (M.R.) from "Marr Bonds & Other Records, p. 17.


Peter Carter removed his family to Lincoln Co. KY abt 1796. Carter family data compiled by Harry Davis on file KY Historical.


Named in John Sandidge's will dtd 6 Dec 1796, pr 21 Feb 1802. [S515] [S265]


                                             _Thomas CARTER Jr.__________+
                                            | (1672 - 1733) m 1695       
                       _Peter CARTER I______|
                      | (1706 - 1789) m 1730|
                      |                     |_Arabella WILLIAMSON _______+
                      |                       (1672 - 1737) m 1695       
 _Peter CARTER II_____|
| (1743 - 1791) m 1763|
|                     |                      _John NORRIS _______________+
|                     |                     | (1684 - 1718) m 1708       
|                     |_Judith NORRIS ______|
|                       (1710 - 1765) m 1730|
|                                           |_Mary OPIE _________________+
|                                             (1689 - ....) m 1708       
|
|--Peter CARTER III
|  (1771 - 1839)
|                                            _John ELLIS "the Immigrant"_
|                                           | (1661 - 1728) m 1709       
|                      _Charles ELLIS ______|
|                     | (1719 - 1759) m 1739|
|                     |                     |_Susannah ADAMS ____________+
|                     |                       (1671 - 1735) m 1709       
|_Mary Anne ELLIS ____|
  (1747 - 1798) m 1763|
                      |                      _Thomas HARDING ____________
                      |                     | (1685 - 1731)              
                      |_Susannah HARDING ___|
                        (1719 - 1814) m 1739|
                                            |_Mary GILES ________________+
                                              (1688 - 1731)              

Sources

[S125]

[S265]

[S266]

[S299]

[S339]

[S515]

[S515]

[S265]

[S337]


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John ERWIN (ARVIN) (ERVINE)

ABT 1754 - BEF 13 Dec 1782

ID Number: I82624

  • RESIDENCE: Brunswick and Lunenburg Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1754, Brunswick Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: BEF 13 Dec 1782
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3088]
Father: William ERWIN (ARVIN) (ERVINE)


Family 1 : Mary FULLILOVE
  1.  Sarah Wade ERWIN (ARVIN) (ERVINE)
  2. +Jameson Wade ERWIN (ARVIN) (ERVINE)
  3.  John ERWIN (ARVIN) (ERVINE)
  4.  William ERWIN (ARVIN) (ERVINE)

Notes


"Birthplace is speculative, based on the residence of John Taylor Duke at that time.


John apparently served in the 6th VA Infantry, supporting the American Revolution (see also his brother James ARVIN). The index to Compiled Service Records maintained by the National Archives gives his name and unit, but no service record can be found. Further, the index refers their searcher to the entry for James Arvin, his brother.


John's will was admitted to probate on 13 Dec 1782. Sadly, the Lunenburg County Court minute books have not survived, and therefore testimony cannot be gleaned to establish when and where he died. One source gives the date of his death as 10 Feb 1781, but that is not possible, as his will waswritten on 18 Feb 1781. John's motivation for enlisting may have been due to the burning of the Richmond VA tobacco warehouses in early January of 1781. It may also be that John was recruited, not as militia or Continental troop, but as a Minute Man, serving from his home and available for calls when the need arose. This would account for the absence of a service record. It then becomes significant that in July,1781 British Colonel Banstre Tarleton and his dragoons conducted extensive raids through Lunenburg County and the surrounding area.


Landon Covington Bell, in his book Lunenburg County, Virginia Wills 1746-1825 states that John Arvin had four sons, including one named Thomas. No records have been found for Thomas, nor was Bell aware of the existence of John's daughter, Sarah Wade Arvin. Because Bell does not state his source, we may infer that he received his information from Ethel M. Arvin who, as will be seen, married into the Bell family. Ethel was sufficiently distant from the generation presently being considered to suggest that her knowledge was based upon an oral tradition that had become altered through the passage of time. Thus, Thomas is not included in the listing of John and Mary's children.


The middle names of the first two children, Sarah and Jameson, are taken from Lunenburg County Deed Book 19, p. 40 in a deed dated 17 Nov 1801 and recorded 10 Dec 1801, in which their names are given as heirs of their father."

[S3088]


                                      __
                                     |  
                                   __|
                                  |  |
                                  |  |__
                                  |     
 _William ERWIN (ARVIN) (ERVINE) _|
| (1720 - 1773)                   |
|                                 |   __
|                                 |  |  
|                                 |__|
|                                    |
|                                    |__
|                                       
|
|--John ERWIN (ARVIN) (ERVINE) 
|  (1754 - 1782)
|                                     __
|                                    |  
|                                  __|
|                                 |  |
|                                 |  |__
|                                 |     
|_________________________________|
                                  |
                                  |   __
                                  |  |  
                                  |__|
                                     |
                                     |__
                                        

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[S3088]


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Robert Clark FLOYD

ABT 1756 - BEF 4 Mar 1807

ID Number: I47249

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA and Jefferson Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1756, Amherst Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: BEF 4 Mar 1807, Jefferson Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S813] [S3325]
Father: William FLOYD
Mother: Abadiah DAVIS


Notes


Robert Clark Floyd b. About. 1756 in Amherst, Virginia


From Southern Branches by Pat M Stevens IV on Gencircles.com


"Given the relationship of the families, it is likely, or at least possible, that Robert was named for the great uncle of William Clark (Robert Clark of Va.), with whom his son Charles ventured forth on the Lewis and Clark journey.


Larry Reno, a descendant of Charles Floyd and Mary Stewart (see elsewhere) says: The children of Robert Clark Floyd and Lilleyann Hampton were:


1. Elizabeth R. ("Betsey") Floyd, born circa 1772, probably in VA.
2. Davis Floyd, born in 1774 in VA.
3. Charles Floyd, born circa 1782 at Floyd's Station, Jefferson CO, VA.
4. Mary Lee Floyd, born circa 1794 in Jefferson Co., KY.


By letter dated 5 Oct 1872, Mary Lee Floyd Walton, wrote to Dr. Lyman Draper: "...I remember nothing of Gen. Clark's expedition to the rocky mountains as I was a child, except that I had a brother who went with him, and who died during the expedition, his name was 'Charles Floyd.' Col. John Floyd was my Uncle - my father's name was Robert."


On 6 Mar 1807 William Clark acknowledged receiving Land Warrant No. 5 for 320 acres as "attorney in fact" for the heirs of Sgt. Floyd, which was his land grant for being on the expedition. Those heirs were Davis, Elizabeth and Mary Lee. her siblings gave it all to Mary, see below. By 1839, she sold it to others. The original conveyance is fascinating, including both Lewis's and Clark's signatures. Inscribed on the back of the land warrant itself is this:


QUOTE:
Agreeably to a power of attorney executed to me by Thomas M. Winn, Elizabeth Winn and Davis Floyd, bearing date the 14th day of December, 1806 I do hereby assign the within lands (?) to Mary Floyd of the Indiana Territory her heirs or assigns. (signed) Wm Clark atty in fact for Thos M. Winn Eliz Winn Davis Floyd heirs at law to Charles Floyd deceased.


Witness
Meriwether Lewis
C Rogers
John W Winn
Mary F Winn
END QUOTE



Robert might have married a second time, after the mother of these children died, and had an Alexander? (Alex Luken)


This Robert is most likely (Clifton F. Davis, 1946, op. cit., says he is, and that he was appointed a major in 1796, see Reg. Ky. Hist. Soc. vol. 28, p 298) the one who raised a company "in the service of the United States," in July, 1793, Lt. Col. John Adair's Regiment, Maj. Gen. Charles Scott's command of the Kentucky Mounted Volunteers in the Frontier Wars, which served until Nov. 11, 1793. Among the 83 officers and men are William Tuley, a sergeant, John Calloway, a corporal, and a John Floyd, a private. In the spring of 1794 another force is raised, again led by Gen. Scott, and Capt. Robert Floyd is on the battalion staff in Major Aquila Whittaker's battalion as a mounted volunteer until the following October.


See also Murtie June Clark's "American Militia in the Frontier Wars, 1790-1796," Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1990, Kentucky section, where Alex notes the following entries: Major Aquila Whitakers Battalion for June 13 to Oct. 26 1794 included Captain Robert Floyd, for 77 days service: Major General Charles Scott's Command, Ky. Mounted Militia, 1793 Wayne's War, July to November 1793, Captain Robert Floyd; and Company, Adair's Regiment, Wayne's War, 1794 June to Oct. 1794, Captain Robert Floyd.


There is a John Floyd in Robert Floyd's Compamy from 10/9 to 11/9/1793


Davis notes that the Minute Book of the Court of General Quarter Sessions, Clark Co., Ind., April Term, 1801, records that "it is ordered that the ferry kept across the Ohio by Major Robert Floyd should be taxed seven dollars for the present year."


Alex Luken provides this excellent summary of Robert and his son Davis, et al:


"Robert Clark Floyd liquidated his property in Jefferson Co. KY in 1799 and moved with his wife Lillian to "Knox Co. Northwest Territory." He resided in Vincennes IN, where in 1802, he was a juror in United States v. Hurst. Lillian, it is believed, died ca. 1802. Charles Floyd (editor: later of the Lewis and Clark journey) was given the job delivering the mail between Vincennes and Louisville, where Thomas Minor Winn was the postmaster. Mary Lee was sent to live with Elizabeth and Thomas in Louisville. After Charles' death on the expedition, George Rogers Clark arranged for a commission for Robert, and he was not heard from again. It is believed that he moved back to KY and died here, possibly marrying again. There is a family in Hardin Co.which is of the right age, that of Alexander Floyd, who had a son named Robert C. Floyd, so perhaps Robert did marry a second time.


"Davis Floyd was married first to Susannah Jones Johnston Lewis, daughter of Benjamin Johnston and Dorothy Jones. She was the widow of G. W. Lewis, having only been married two years before he died. Susannah's brother, William Johnston, was the county recorder for Jefferson Co., KY and married Thomas Minor Winn's sister, Betsy Winn. They owned Cave Hill Farm, which is now Cave Hill Cemetery. Davis and Susannah had two known children, possibly three--Gabriel Jones Floyd, was the oldest, then Charles Floyd, named for his brother. Davis Floyd resided first in Clarksville, IN, about 200 yards from George Rogers Clark's cabin. He was a pilot on the falls of the Ohio. He also resided for a time in Knox Co., as he was a territorial legislator and a close friend of William Henry Harrison. Susannah's brother, General Washington Johnston (that's his name, not a military title) was a respected judge in Knox Co. Davis Floyd was the contractor responsible for building the courthouse in the "new" capital in Corydon, IN. The house that he built is still standing and is a historic site as it became Gov. Hendricks headquarters.


"Susannah died ca. 1808, and in 1809, Davis Floyd married Elizabeth Robards Davis, widow of Thomas Terry Davis, congressional representative and U. S. Territorial Judge for the Indiana territory. Coincidentally, he was both responsible for introducing Davis Floyd to Aaron Burr, and the judge at Davis' treason trial for his involvement with the Burr affair. The move to Natchez ca. 1808 it is believed, coincided with the death of both Robert and Susannah, and with Winn cousins taking up residence in Mississippi. Elizabeth Robards Davis was the niece of Lewis Robards, who married first Rachel Donelson, wife of Andrew Jackson, and second, Hannah Withers Winn, sister of Thomas Minor Winn. Lewis Robards resided in Bullitt Co., KY but had slave trading interests in Natchez.


"Both Davis and his son Gabriel served in the military during the War of 1812. Davis remained politically active, both as a legislator and a judge in Harrison Co. He was a bit of a jack of all trades, running a brick kiln in Corydon, while also having a dry goods business with his son Gabriel, and I believe also running an inn, plus acting as contractor for various building projects. In 1819, he lost everything he had in the financial panic of that year. All of his property was sold at the courthouse door to satisfy his mortgages which were called in. He then ran for Congress as a representative from IN but was defeated by either Harrison or Hendricks (doing this off the top of my head.) After that, he wasn't heard from for a year or so, except that he did surface in Cincinnati with something to do about canal development. In 1823, he was appointed land commissioner to Florida by James Monroe. He died in December 1831, in Leon Co. In 1835, his estate was involved in lawsuits pertaining to the Lafayette property in Florida; his executors were Benjamin Chaires and Betsy Floyd.


"Charles, his son, is listed on the 1830 census in Leon Co. Gabriel was appointed customs officer for Appalachicola in 1832. He died in St. Louis in 1842, beaten to death in a break-in at his home. His widow, Sarah M. Conn Floyd, is listed on the 1850 Clark Co. IN census, with a young boy named Gabriel Jones Floyd. Elizabeth Floyd, his daughter, not sure which mother, married James S. Linn, clerk of the courts, in Leon Co. FL in 1828.


"About Robert Floyd, his son with Elizabeth Robards Davis, nothing is known. There is a marriage in Jefferson Co. KY between Robert Floyd and Sarah Floyd, widow of Gabriel, in 1852, but it is not known if these are the same people. Sarah Floyd filed for Gabriel's pension in 1849." (Many thanks to Alex Luken of Louisville, Ky., May 23, 2002)


And this also from Alex, 2003:


"In the Floyd family correspondence file at the Filson Club, there are several letters of interest. One is a letter dated April 5, 1929 from a Mrs. W. A. Moody RFD #1, Jeffersontown KY, enquiring about Robert Floyd. One of Haley Buckner's daughters, Keziah, I believe, married a Moody. She writes to R. C. Ballard Thruston at the Filson Club:


'Dear Sir;
'I have temporarily in my possession a piece of paper which reads thus:


'Jefferson County, to wit.
At a court held for said county in Louisville on Thursday the third of December 1793 this Indenture of Bargain and sale from Robert Floyd and wife to Andrew Potts was acknowledged by the said Robert Floyd as his act and ordered to be recorded. Teste, Stephen Ormsby, Clerk'


'If possible please answer the following questions concerning this paper.
Was the above mentioned Robert Floyd a relative of Colonel John Floyd and if so, what was the relationship. Also, did Robert Floyd own a considerable tract of land along Floyd's Fork in Jefferson County? If so, when and how did he obtain possession of this land?'


The response, from Ludie Kinkead of the Filson Club:


'...In Old Kentucky Deeds and Entries by Willard Rouse Jillson I find in Jefferson County for Robert Floyd, entry for 500 acres recorded in Book A, page 277, April 13, 1783 located in the Knobbs. In deed book 2 Jefferson County you will find a deed from Philip Buckner and Tabby his wife of this county to, Oct. 14, 1791, to Robert Floyd for 250 acres on headwaters of the Licking Fork of Beargrass, acknowledged Jan. 3, 1792. In Deed Book 5, page ? deed from Robert Floyd and wife Lillian of Northwest Territory to Henry Tups of Jefferson County dated September 24, 1799, one tract of 243 acres on Floyd's Fork, also a deed from Robert Floyd and wife Lillian of the Western Territory also dated September 24, 1799 to Jacob Zehnder, of 95 acres in Jefferson County, and still another from Robert Floyd and wife Lillian of Knox County, Territory Northwest of the Ohio River to Davis Floyd of Jefferson County, 500 acres on Chenoweth Run, being a moirty of 1000 acres an entry survey made in the name of Granville Smith and said Robert Floyd, original deed to Robert Tyler, agent vendue of Davis Floyd, etc. I also find his name in the index to Deed Book 6 and 7 in Jefferson County.


'I do not find anything specific stating where he got land but as John Floyd says Robert and Charles are to complete his surveys and as the surveyors received a percentage of land for the work, I imagine he got at least some of it that way...'


"(Alex continues) I believe that tract of land in the Knobbs refers to land near where the Jefferson Memorial Forest is located. Robert's brother, Nathaniel Floyd, was a resident of Williamsville, which I understand was located on the Ohio River on the opposite side of the Salt River from West Point, KY This lies not too far from Harrison Co., I do believe. A ferry back and forth would be a simple thing, and moving across the river would be simple. The last two mentions I have seen for Robert is that he and Davis testified at the trial of US v. Hurst in Vincennes in 1802, and in either 1804 or 1807 (this is off the top of my head...) William Clark asked for a commission for a R C Floyd, in the event that the US went to war with Spain over the free navigation of the Mississippi River. Nothing ever came of it. It is possible that Robert Floyd moved to Hardin Co. and married again to a Hart because there is a family there with a son named Alexander Floyd, who had a son named Robert C. Floyd. In one of the letters in Corydon from Clifton Davis, there is an inquiry about an Alexander Floyd, but does not specify the relationship. BTW, there is an unspecified Floyd-Hurst relationship..."



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Sources




Title: John Floyd's will mentions him


Title: Clifton F. Davis, letter of Aug. 12, 1946, to the Filson Club, the Ind. Hist. Soc., and the Ill.Hist. Library, noting that Sgt. Floyd was Robert's son


Title: Anna Cartlidge in her unpublished work on the Floyds, 1966, citing Charles Floyd bible


Title: Clifton F. Davis, who married a Floyd descendant of Robert's, says he was born in Amherst Co. This is cited in his letter of 12 Aug., 1946, op. cit."


Title: Damon Floyd's Marriages at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~damon/marriage/r.htm


Lilleyann Hampton (Wife) b. About 1750 Marriage: ABT 1773
Children:
Elizabeth R. Floyd b. 1774
Davis Floyd b. 1776
Charles Floyd b. 1780 in KY
Mary Lee Floyd b. 1793


                                                  _John FLOYD _______________________
                                                 | (1647 - 1687) m 1678              
                       _John FLOYD ______________|
                      | (1678 - ....) m 1713     |
                      |                          |_Mary BERRY _______________________
                      |                            (1660 - 1690) m 1678              
 _William FLOYD ______|
| (1721 - 1789) m 1747|
|                     |                           _Peter HARRIS _____________________+
|                     |                          | (1617 - ....)                     
|                     |_Michal HARRIS ___________|
|                       (1682 - ....) m 1713     |
|                                                |___________________________________
|                                                                                    
|
|--Robert Clark FLOYD 
|  (1756 - 1807)
|                                                 _Nathaniel DAVIS I "the Immigrant"_
|                                                | (1645 - 1710) m 1675              
|                      _Nathaniel Robert DAVIS I_|
|                     | (1676 - 1771)            |
|                     |                          |_Mary Elizabeth HUGHES ____________+
|                     |                            (1650 - ....) m 1675              
|_Abadiah DAVIS ______|
  (1711 - 1822) m 1747|
                      |                           _Hugh Ap LEWIS ____________________
                      |                          | (1660 - ....)                     
                      |_Abadiah LEWIS ___________|
                        (1680 - ....)            |
                                                 |___________________________________
                                                                                     

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William HODGES

ABT 1700 - AFT 1714

ID Number: I34645

  • RESIDENCE: Norfolk Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1700
  • DEATH: AFT 1714
  • RESOURCES: See: ID 27972
Father: John HODGES
Mother: Elizabeth



                                                                                        _(QUERY of all Hodges in my database) HODGES _
                                                                                       |                                              
                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) Beaufort, NC HODGES of Isle of Wight, VA & NC_|
                      |                                                                |
                      |                                                                |______________________________________________
                      |                                                                                                               
 _John HODGES ________|
| (1670 - 1714)       |
|                     |                                                                 ______________________________________________
|                     |                                                                |                                              
|                     |________________________________________________________________|
|                                                                                      |
|                                                                                      |______________________________________________
|                                                                                                                                     
|
|--William HODGES 
|  (1700 - 1714)
|                                                                                       ______________________________________________
|                                                                                      |                                              
|                      ________________________________________________________________|
|                     |                                                                |
|                     |                                                                |______________________________________________
|                     |                                                                                                               
|_Elizabeth___________|
  (1680 - 1714)       |
                      |                                                                 ______________________________________________
                      |                                                                |                                              
                      |________________________________________________________________|
                                                                                       |
                                                                                       |______________________________________________
                                                                                                                                      

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Elizabeth Catherine NICKLIN

29 Nov 1833 - 10 Sep 1910

ID Number: I25362

  • RESIDENCE: VA Or PA
  • BIRTH: 29 Nov 1833
  • DEATH: 10 Sep 1910
  • RESOURCES: See: [S918] [S2705]
Father: John Bailey NICKLIN I
Mother: Catherine Thornton PENDLETON


Family 1 : Espy CONNELY
  1. +James Lowry CONNELY

                                                       _Joseph NICKLIN ___________
                                                      | (1750 - ....)             
                                 _Joseph NICKLIN IV___|
                                | (1776 - 1853) m 1802|
                                |                     |_Martha RICHARDS __________
                                |                       (1750 - ....)             
 _John Bailey NICKLIN I_________|
| (1803 - 1891) m 1830          |
|                               |                      _John CALVERT IV___________+
|                               |                     | (1742 - 1790) m 1772      
|                               |_Elizabeth CALVERT __|
|                                 (1777 - 1833) m 1802|
|                                                     |_Hellen BAILEY ____________+
|                                                       (1750 - ....) m 1772      
|
|--Elizabeth Catherine NICKLIN 
|  (1833 - 1910)
|                                                      _William PENDLETON Sr._____+
|                                                     | (1748 - 1817) m 1770      
|                                _Benjamin PENDLETON _|
|                               | (1781 - 1853) m 1805|
|                               |                     |_Elizabeth FERGUSON _______+
|                               |                       (1753 - 1799) m 1770      
|_Catherine Thornton PENDLETON _|
  (1806 - 1874) m 1830          |
                                |                      _Benjamin STROTHER ________+
                                |                     | (1750 - 1807)             
                                |_Elizabeth STROTHER _|
                                  (1784 - 1822) m 1805|
                                                      |_CATHERINE "Kittie" PRICE _
                                                        (1753 - 1805)             

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[S2705]


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John PARKS

ABT 1715 - 1784

ID Number: I73341

  • RESIDENCE: Frederick and Berkeley Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1715
  • DEATH: 1784
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S2072]

Family 1 : Mary PATTERSON
  1. +Elizabeth PARKS

Notes


"Will filed in Court 18 May 1784 Berkeley Co., VA;by Sam'l. Parks, Executor


Brothers John and Samuel Park settled at head of Dry Run and on Middle Creek in Frederick Co., VA. Deed Drawn in Frederick Co. VA for 373 acres of Land.


Will Book 1, p.355 Berkeley Co., VA; 06 Sept. 1731. John appointed his brother Samuel Park and his brother-in-law William Patterson, executors of his will; named his wife Mary Parks " one third of all my moveable and of the place I now live, also my Negro woman Hannah and my Negro girl Alice as also my still During her life"; his son James " to pay his mother yearly and every year during her life the Sum of Ten pounds Current money"; his son William Park "During his natural life the land he now lives on, on Middle Creek and after his Decease to his 2 sons John Park and James Park"; to his daughter Elizabeth Vance "after her mothers Decease my negro Girl Alice";


to his Son James Park "all the land I now possess on Dry Run as also my two negro men Peter and Henry as also all my stock of Horses Cows Sheep and Hogs and all my Moveable household furniture and plantation utensils as also my Still after my Wife Decease;


also that my son James pay to my two granddaughters Mary and Elizabeth Black, the Sum of thirty pounds in Pennsylvania Currency to be paid as they marry or Come of age. I will also to my son James Parks after his mothers Decease my negro woman Hannah."

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Mary PETRY


!LIVING Dau of Loretta Petry of Gueydan, LA. 1982 two children by previous marriage.

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Edward Waller SCOTT

ABT 1875 - ____

ID Number: I57420

  • RESIDENCE: of Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1875
  • RESOURCES: See: [S813] [S1798]
Father: Edward Waller SCOTT
Mother: Ida Gertrude FLETCHER



                                                      _William SCOTT ______________+
                                                     | (1756 - 1818) m 1781        
                          _William Waller SCOTT _____|
                         | (1795 - 1874) m 1819      |
                         |                           |_Ann JONES __________________+
                         |                             (1763 - 1846) m 1781        
 _Edward Waller SCOTT ___|
| (1848 - 1900) m 1874   |
|                        |                            _Reuben PENDLETON ___________+
|                        |                           | (1755 - 1825) m 1785        
|                        |_Elizabeth Jane PENDLETON _|
|                          (1802 - 1850) m 1819      |
|                                                    |_Frances Maria Anna GARLAND _+
|                                                      (1763 - 1843) m 1785        
|
|--Edward Waller SCOTT 
|  (1875 - ....)
|                                                     _____________________________
|                                                    |                             
|                         ___________________________|
|                        |                           |
|                        |                           |_____________________________
|                        |                                                         
|_Ida Gertrude FLETCHER _|
  (1850 - ....) m 1874   |
                         |                            _____________________________
                         |                           |                             
                         |___________________________|
                                                     |
                                                     |_____________________________
                                                                                   

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Joshua TEASLEY

ABT 1785 - 1857

ID Number: I105215

  • RESIDENCE: Butte Co.NC and Montgomery Co. TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1785
  • DEATH: 1857
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1908]
Father: John TEASLEY III
Mother: Lucy HUNT


Notes


2 Joshua TEASLEY b: ABT. 1785 d: 1857 + Mary Polly CHRISTLER b: 1 FEB 1795 d: 17 MAY 1863

                                             _(RESEARCH QUERY) TEASLEY _
                                            |                           
                       _John TEASLEY II_____|
                      | (1730 - 1761)       |
                      |                     |___________________________
                      |                                                 
 _John TEASLEY III____|
| (1755 - 1816) m 1775|
|                     |                      ___________________________
|                     |                     |                           
|                     |_Mary BOWIN _________|
|                       (1730 - ....)       |
|                                           |___________________________
|                                                                       
|
|--Joshua TEASLEY 
|  (1785 - 1857)
|                                            _Henry HUNT _______________+
|                                           | (1700 - 1751)             
|                      _James HUNT Sr.______|
|                     | (1732 - 1805) m 1754|
|                     |                     |___________________________
|                     |                                                 
|_Lucy HUNT __________|
  (1757 - 1846) m 1775|
                      |                      ___________________________
                      |                     |                           
                      |_Mary RACKLEY _______|
                        (1735 - 1805) m 1754|
                                            |___________________________
                                                                        

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