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Elizabeth? JOHNSTON JOHNSON

ABT 1800 - ABT 1830

ID Number: I23662

  • RESIDENCE: Horry Dist. and Marion Co. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800, Horry Dist.South Carolina
  • DEATH: ABT 1830, Marion Dist, South Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: [S484]

Family 1 : Samuel HODGES

Notes


May be his 1st wife was Elizabeth JOHNSON.

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Mary Jane BRISCOE

21 Apr 1805 - 2 May 1829

ID Number: I103515

  • RESIDENCE: Hardin Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 21 Apr 1805, Hardin Co. Kentucky
  • DEATH: 2 May 1829, Elizabethtown, Hardin Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3317]
Father: Walter BRISCOE Jr.
Mother: Hester "Hettie" HENTON


Notes


James Middleton (Husband) Marriage: 4 APR 1824 in Hardin County, KY

                                                        _Philip BRISCOE ___________+
                                                       | (1719 - ....)             
                           _Walter BRISCOE Sr._________|
                          | (1742 - 1785) m 1762       |
                          |                            |_Nancy FOSTER _____________
                          |                              (1716 - ....)             
 _Walter BRISCOE Jr.______|
| (1771 - 1855) m 1792    |
|                         |                             _Matthew COMPTON II________+
|                         |                            | (1709 - 1770) m 1733      
|                         |_Elizabeth COMPTON _________|
|                           (1742 - 1797) m 1762       |
|                                                      |_Rachel HOWARD ____________+
|                                                        (1714 - 1787) m 1733      
|
|--Mary Jane BRISCOE 
|  (1805 - 1829)
|                                                       _John HENTON ______________+
|                                                      | (1732 - 1791) m 1749      
|                          _David HENTON ______________|
|                         | (1755 - 1779) m 1773       |
|                         |                            |_Esther EVANS _____________
|                         |                              (1723 - ....) m 1749      
|_Hester "Hettie" HENTON _|
  (1775 - 1858) m 1792    |
                          |                             _Jacob Jansen van METER ___+
                          |                            | (1723 - 1798) m 1741      
                          |_Mary M. (Polly) van METER _|
                            (1757 - 1832) m 1773       |
                                                       |_Letitia STROUDE (STRODE) _+
                                                         (1725 - 1800) m 1741      

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Charles P. CORKERN

28 Jun 1853 - ____

ID Number: I6197

  • RESIDENCE: Washington Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 28 Jun 1853
  • RESOURCES: See: [S294]

Family 1 : Cathern L. HUGHES
  1.  James Martin CORKERN
  2.  Mary Clotest CORKERN
  3.  Margaret Elizabeth CORKERN
  4.  Idella CORKERN
  5.  George P. CORKERN
Family 2 : Mary Elizabeth MIZELL
  1.  Felder H. CORKERN
  2.  Etta Anabell CORKERN
  3. +Cora Leona CORKERN
  4.  Silas Griffin CORKERN
  5.  William Arthur CORKERN

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Dr. Howell DAVIES

1795 - ____

ID Number: I84245

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • RESIDENCE: Lynchburg, Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1795
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3129]
Father: Henry Landon DAVIES of "Pebbleton"
Mother: Lucy Whiting CLAYTON


Notes


x Dr. Howell Davies born 1795/6, married (1) Harriet Godfrey, married (2) Abby Willing Byrd.


                                                            _____________________________________
                                                           |                                     
                                      _Nicholas DAVIES ____|
                                     | (1690 - 1793)       |
                                     |                     |_____________________________________
                                     |                                                           
 _Henry Landon DAVIES of "Pebbleton"_|
| (1745 - 1795) m 1788               |
|                                    |                      _Henry WHITING II____________________+
|                                    |                     | (1680 - ....) m 1700                
|                                    |_Catherine WHITING __|
|                                      (1700 - ....)       |
|                                                          |_Anne BEVERLEY ______________________+
|                                                            (1687 - 1744) m 1700                
|
|--Howell DAVIES 
|  (1795 - ....)
|                                                           _John CLAYTON "the Immigrant"________+
|                                                          | (.... - 1773) m 1723                
|                                     _John CLAYTON _______|
|                                    | (1725 - 1826)       |
|                                    |                     |_Elizabeth WHITING __________________+
|                                    |                       (1700 - 1771) m 1723                
|_Lucy Whiting CLAYTON ______________|
  (1750 - ....) m 1788               |
                                     |                      _Henry "Harry" WILLIS of Willis Hill_+
                                     |                     | (1690 - 1740) m 1726                
                                     |_Elizabeth WILLIS ___|
                                       (1729 - 1752)       |
                                                           |_Mildred LEWIS ______________________+
                                                             (1691 - 1733) m 1726                

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ROBERT FITZALAN of Swynnerton

____ - AFT 1132

ID Number: I59041

  • DEATH: AFT 1132
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2174]
Father: ROBERT FITZALAN


Family 1 :
  1.  Daughter FITZALAN of Swynnerton

                                             __
                                            |  
                       _ALAN of Dol_________|
                      | (1050 - ....)       |
                      |                     |__
                      |                        
 _ROBERT FITZALAN ____|
| (.... - 1086)       |
|                     |                      __
|                     |                     |  
|                     |_TITTENSOR of Dol____|
|                       (1050 - ....)       |
|                                           |__
|                                              
|
|--ROBERT FITZALAN of Swynnerton
|  (.... - 1132)
|                                            __
|                                           |  
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |__
|                     |                        
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      __
                      |                     |  
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |__
                                               

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Kemper DeKalb HODGES

ABT 1870 - ____

ID Number: I32945

  • RESIDENCE: Marlboro & Horry Cos. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1870
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1185] [S1248]
Father: George HODGES
Mother: Sallie HARTLEY



                                                          _George HODGES ______+
                                                         | (1769 - 1851) m 1796
                       _Robert George Washington HODGES _|
                      | (1808 - 1861) m 1830             |
                      |                                  |_Sarah CHERRY _______+
                      |                                    (1780 - ....) m 1796
 _George HODGES ______|
| (1831 - 1915)       |
|                     |                                   _William HALE Sr.____
|                     |                                  | (1764 - 1840) m 1791
|                     |_Elvira Waite HALE _______________|
|                       (1810 - ....) m 1830             |
|                                                        |_Sarah QUARLES ______+
|                                                          (1774 - 1852) m 1791
|
|--Kemper DeKalb HODGES 
|  (1870 - ....)
|                                                         _____________________
|                                                        |                     
|                      __________________________________|
|                     |                                  |
|                     |                                  |_____________________
|                     |                                                        
|_Sallie HARTLEY _____|
  (1855 - 1921)       |
                      |                                   _____________________
                      |                                  |                     
                      |__________________________________|
                                                         |
                                                         |_____________________
                                                                               

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William KIRKLAND Sr.

____ - BEF 1808

ID Number: I71641

  • RESIDENCE: Spanish Dominion, Providence of Louisiana, district of New Feliciana
  • DEATH: BEF 1808
  • RESOURCES: See: Samuel's Will 1808; 1825 Wm Kirkland Secession

Family 1 :
  1. +William Pierson KIRKLAND
  2. +Priscilla M. KIRKLAND
  3.  Samuel KIRKLAND
  4. +James KIRKLAND
  5. +Daughter KIRKLAND

Notes


KIRKLAND SOURCE BOOK OF RECORDS: FHL 929.273 KH5B Pg. 297: EAST FELICIANA PARISH, LA. 27 June 1825- Succession of William Kirkland, Sr. and William Kirkland, Jr. Inventory of estate of William Kirkland Sr. and Jr., dec'd among heirs of sd.
Kirklands:


John A. Kirkland, Joseph A. Kirkland, William & Samuel Llewellyn, Elizabeth and Frances Howell. The four latter in right of their mother, Priscilla Howell, dec'd.


Allen G. Scott and Lawrence H. Mann made inventory of 1600 Acres known as Redwood Plantation. Appointed John M. & Joseph A. Kirkland of second ? part and William D. Kirkland cavalir? ad hoc to represent minor hiers of Priscilla Howell, dec'd. of 3rd part, all of sd. parish.

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Francis LOCKETT

ABT 1750 - ____

ID Number: I36266

  • RESIDENCE: Chesterfield Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • RESOURCES: See: [S971]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) LOCKETT\LOCKHART of Chesterfield Co. VA


Family 1 : WOOLDRIDGE

Notes


16 May 1783- Francis LOCKETT, Jr. & ______ Wooldridge, daughter of Thomas Wooldridge of "Swift Creek" who consents.

[S971]


                                                               __
                                                              |  
                                                            __|
                                                           |  |
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                                                           |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) LOCKETT\LOCKHART of Chesterfield Co. VA_|
|                                                          |
|                                                          |   __
|                                                          |  |  
|                                                          |__|
|                                                             |
|                                                             |__
|                                                                
|
|--Francis LOCKETT 
|  (1750 - ....)
|                                                              __
|                                                             |  
|                                                           __|
|                                                          |  |
|                                                          |  |__
|                                                          |     
|__________________________________________________________|
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                                                           |  |  
                                                           |__|
                                                              |
                                                              |__
                                                                 

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Ambroisine PLASSOT

7 Dec 1873 - 3 Feb 1961

ID Number: I2876

Ambrosine Plassot McCants - click to zoom
  • RESIDENCE: Pau, Basses-Pyrénées, France; New Orleans & Shreveport, LA
  • BIRTH: 7 Dec 1873, Bourdettes, Nay-Ouesh, Pau, Basses-Pyrénées, France
  • DEATH: 3 Feb 1961, Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana
  • BURIAL: Forest Park Cem. Shreveport, LA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S18]
Father: Didier PLASSOT
Mother: Jeanne-Marie ESCHAAS-TOURNE


Family 1 : Robert Sidney MCCANTS

Notes


Ambrosine Plassot was the only grandmother I ever knew. Ambrosine was a beautiful and intelligent woman, according to the family story told-when she learned of Robert's children in the orphange in New Orleans, she insisted he send for them; she enrolled them in St. Mary's grade school in Shreveport, LA and ensured they received a good education from St. Vincent's Academy. According to my mother, she was a very strict step-mother; And I remember how different she was; when we went to visit we could not ask for water with our meal, only wine was served and there was always rice on the table. I remember she saved everything, string, paper bags, stuff like that, she was very frugal a result of her upbringing in France. In her old age she loved to play cards, and my mother spent many a Saturday Night after Dad died playing cards with her, sometimes I went along was allowed to watch.


At one time she was on the board of directors of the First National Bank of Shreveport. She Lost her inheritance in France during WWII.


She died of cancer, a very long lingering illness. She rented rooms for extra income at 815 Louisiana Ave. Shreveport, LA. In her senile old age she sold off all her furniture, and possessions for whatever anyone would give her, some which may have been from her deceased husband's McCants family of New Orleans.


From http://64.1911encyclopedia.org/B/BA/BASSES_PYRENEES.htm
BASSES-PYRENEES, a department of south-western France, at the angle of the Bay of Biscay, formed in 1790, two-thirds of it from Beam and the rest from three districts of Gascony— Basse-Navarre, Soule and Labourd. The latter constitute the Basque region of France (see BASQUES) and cover the west of the department. Basses-Pyren6es is bounded N. by Landes and Gers, E. by Hautes-Pyrenees (which has two enclaves forming five communes within this department), S. by Spain, and W. by the Atlantic Ocean. Pop. (1906) 426,817. Area, 2977 sq. m. The whole of the south of the department is occupied by the western and lower summits of the Pyrenees. The remainder consists of a region of heaths and plateaus to the northeast of the Gave de Pau, and of hills divided by numberless fertile valleys to the west of that river. The height of the mountains of the southern frontier increases gradually from west to east. The peak of the Rhune, to the south of St Jean de Luz, rises only to 2950 ft.; and on the border of the Basque country the mean height of the summits is not much greater. The peak of Orhy alone, in the south of the valley of Mauleon, reaches 6618 ft. But beyond that of Anie (8215 ft.), on the meridian of Orthez, which marks the boundary of Beam, much loftier elevations appear,—Mourrous (9760 ft.), on the border of Hautes-Pyrenees, and the southern peak of Ossau (9465 ft.). The frontier between France and Spain, for the most part, follows Ithe crest-line of the main range. Forts guard the upper valleys of the Nive and the Aspe, along which run important passes into Spain. The general direction of the rivers of the department is towards the north-west. The streams almost all meet in. the Adour through the Gave de Pau, the Bidouze, and the Nive. In the north-east the two Luys flow directly to the Adour, which they join in Landes. In the south-west the Nivelle and the Bidassoa flow directly into the sea. The lower course of the A’dour forms the boundary between Basses-Pyrenées and Landes; it enters the sea a short distance below Bayonne over a shifting bar, which has often altered the position of its mouth. The Gave de Pau, a larger stream than the Adour, passes Pau and Orthez, but its current is so swift that it is only navigable for a few miles above its junction with the Adour. On the left it receives the Gave d’Oloron, formed by the Gave d’Ossau, descending from the Pie du Midi, and the Gave d’Aspe, which rises in Spain. An important affluent of the Gave d’Oloron, the Saison or Gave de Mauléon, descends from the Pic d’Orhy. From the Pie des Escaliers, which rises above the forest of Iraty, the Bidouze descends northwards; while the forest, though situated on the southern slope of the chain, forms a part of French territory. The Nive, a beautiful river of the Basque country, takes its rise in Spain; after flowing past St Jean-Pied-de-Port, formerly capital of French Navarre and fortified by Vauban to guard the pass of Roncevaux, it joins the Adour at Bayonne. The Nivelle also belongs only partly to France and ends its course at St Jean-de-Luz. The Bidassoa, which is only important as forming part of the frontier, contains the fle des Faisans, where the treaty of the Pyrenees was concluded (1659), and debouches between Hendaye (France) and Fuenterrabia (Spain).


The climate of the department is mild and it has an abundant rainfall, partly due to the west wind which drives the clouds from the gulf of Gascony. The spring is rainy; the best seasons are summer and autumn, the heat of summer being moderated by the sea. The winters are mild. The air of Pau agrees with invalids and delicate constitutions, and St Jean-de-Luz and Biarritz are much frequented by winter visitors. Despite extensive tracts of uncultivated land, the department is mainly agricultural. Maize and wheat are the chief cereals; potatoes, flax and vegetables are also produced. Pasture is abundant, and horses, cattle, sheep and pigs are largely reared. The vine is grown on the lower slopes sheltered from the north wind, the wines of Jurancon, near Pau, being the most renowned. Of the fruits grown, chestnuts, cider-apples, and pears are most important. About one-thirteenth of the department consists of woods, a very small proportion of which belong to the government, the rest to the communes and private individuals.


The department furnishes salt, building-stone, and other quarry products. There are mineral springs at Eaux-Bonnes, EauxChaudes, Cambo-les-Bains (resorted to by the Basques on St John’s Eve), St Christau, and Salies. At Le Boucau, 3 m. from Bayonne, there are large metallurgical works, the Forges de l’Adour, and chemical works. The manufactures of the department include woollen caps and sashes, cord slippers, chocolate, and paper, and there are also tanneries, saw- and flour-mills. “Bayonne hams” and other table delicacies are prepared at Orth’ez. There is a considerable fishing population at Bayonne and St Jean-de-Luz. Bayonne is the principal port. Exports consist chiefly of timber, mine-props, minerals, wine, salt and resinous products. Coal, minerals, phosphates, grain and wool are leading imports. The interior commerce of the department is, however, of greater importance to its inhabitants; it takes the form of exchange of products between the regions of mountain and plain. The railway lines of Basses-Pyrénées, the chief of which is that from Bayonne to Toulouse via Orthez and Pau, belong to the Southern Company. The Adour, the Nive and the Bidouze are navigable on their lower courses. The departmeat has five arrondissements—Pau, Bayonne, Oloron, Orthez and Mauléon, divided into 41 cantons and 559 communes. It constitutes the diocese of Bayonne, comes within the educational circumscription (academic) of Bordeaux and belongs to the district of the XVIII. army corps. Pau, the capital and’ seat of a court of appeal, Bayonne, Oloron, Biarrit.z, Orthez, EauxBonnes, and St Jean-de-Luz are the principal t~wns. The following places are also of interest :—Lescar, which has a church of the 12th and 16th century, once a cathedral; Montaner, with a stronghold built in 1380 by Gaston Phoebus, count of Foix and viscount of Beam; and Sauveterre, a town finely situated on the Gave d’Oloron, with an old bridge, remains of a feudal castle, and a church in the Romanesque and Gothic styles.

[523007]
by Rev. Albert Biever, S.J. 6363 St. Charles Ave. NO, LA


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                               |     
 _Didier PLASSOT ______________|
| (1850 - ....)                |
|                              |   __
|                              |  |  
|                              |__|
|                                 |
|                                 |__
|                                    
|
|--Ambroisine PLASSOT 
|  (1873 - 1961)
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|                                 |  
|                               __|
|                              |  |
|                              |  |__
|                              |     
|_Jeanne-Marie ESCHAAS-TOURNE _|
  (1860 - ....)                |
                               |   __
                               |  |  
                               |__|
                                  |
                                  |__
                                     

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