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Hans Thomas BLANKENBAKER BLANKENBÜHLER

ABT 1652 - ABT 1689

ID Number: I77494

  • RESIDENCE: Germany
  • BIRTH: ABT 1652, Niemberg, Spire, or Neunburg, Baden.Germany [391269]
  • DEATH: ABT 1689, Neuenburg, Baden, Germany
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2356] [S2356] [S3504]

Family 1 : Anna Barbara Parva SCHONE SCHEONE
  1. +Hans Nicholas BLANKENBAKER "the Immigrant"
  2. +Hans Balthasar BLANKENBAKER "the Immigrant"
  3.  Hans Mattais BLANKENBAKER BLANKENBÜHLER "the Immigrant"
  4. +Anna Maria BLANKENBAKER BLANKENBÜHLER

Notes


Blankenbecker/Blankenbaker/Blanckenbühler.
m1: Johannes Thomas Blanckenbühler (Husband) b. 1652 in Niemberg, Spire, Germany Marriage: 2 NOV 1680 in Neuenburg, Kraichtal, Baden, Germany
Father: Mattais BLANKENBUCHLER b. 1621 in Grestan Parish, Austria
Mother: Margaretha BLANKENBUCHLER ?


Children:
Johann Nicholas Blankenbaker b. 2 Jan 1681/82 in Neuenburg, Kraichtal, Baden, Germany
Hans Balthazar Blankenbaker b. 29 Apr 1683 in Neuenburg, Kraichtal, Baden, Germany
Hans Matthias Blankenbaker b. 29 Dec 1684 in Neuenburg, Kraichtal, Baden, Germany
Anna Maria Blankenbaker b. 5 May 1687 in Neuenburg, Kraichtal, Baden, Germany


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On 29 Sep 1664, Anna Barbara Schön was born in Neuenbürg. Let's take a look at who some of her descendants are. By her first husband, Johann Thomas Blankenbühler, she had three sons and one daughter who came to Virginia in 1717. The daughter had married John Thomas first and in Virginia she married Michael Kaifer. For starters, we can say that all of the Blankenbühlers (Blankenbaker, Blankenbeker, Pickler, Blankenbeckler, Blankenbecler), all of the German Thomases, and all Kaifer heirs are descendants of her.
http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jbh&id=I6319


from Neuenberg in Krachtal, GERMANY.
The eleven hundred and fifty-second note in a series on the Germanna Colonies


One of the deed extracts that were recently circulated here (the first in a sequence of several I believe) is very interesting even though it fails to indicate the common thread among the people in the deed. The four names that were mentioned were Railsback, Holtzclaw (actually two different men), Zimmerman, and Blankenbaker (again two men) but the deed does not indicate in any way a factor they have in common. Descendants of these men all have the ancestress, Anna Barbara Schön. A family that is a common thread but is not mentioned is the Thomas family.


Let's see how this came about. Anna Maria Blankenbaker married, first, John Thomas (Sr.) in GERMANY. She was the daughter of Anna Barbara Schön. Their oldest child was John Thomas, Jr. who, with his unknown wife, had at least four daughters and perhaps one son. (The only German John Thomas that we know in the Germanna community is the Junior and I will call him simply John Thomas without the Junior designation.)


When John Thomas was getting well along in life, he cut some of his property up into five parcels. Three of these parcels were gifts to sons-in-law - Jacob Blankenbaker, who married Mary Barbara Thomas; Jacob Holtzclaw who married Susannah Thomas; Joseph Holtzclaw who married Mary Thomas (she died and he married second Elizabeth Zimmerman). Two of the parcels were a sale to John Railsback who had married Elizabeth Thomas.


John Railsback had to pay something because he got two parcels with about twice the land of all of the other sons-in-law. I believe this came about because John Thomas was planning on dividing and giving land in five approximately equal parcels but one heir did not want the land. So John Railsback paid for one of the five and received one of the five as a gift (it does not say this in the deed).


I said earlier that the descendants of these men had Anna Barbara Schön for an ancestress. Then I told you that Joseph Holtzclaw married secondly Elizabeth Zimmerman. Even her children had Anna Barbara Schön for an ancestress since Elizabeth Zimmerman's mother was Ursula Blankenbaker who had married John Zimmerman. So no matter how you slice it, Anna Barbara's genes are present in the descendants of these men. Note that Jacob Blankenbaker was married a second time to Hannah Weaver. Her mother was Barbara Käfer and Hannah's grandmother was Anna Maria Blankenbaker who married John Thomas, Sr.


One other man was mentioned in the deed as a witness and that was Christopher Blankenbaker. Need I say anything more about him? It is a prime case of keeping it all in the family.


There is more to be said but that will have to wait for the next note. While waiting, you can mull over why Jacob Holtzclaw and Joseph Holtzclaw were in the Robinson River Valley. Their home base is usually considered to be around Germantown in Fauquier County.
John Blankenbaker
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Alt: abt 1664

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Nancy America. BATTLE

ABT 1836 - ____

ID Number: I71803

  • RESIDENCE: Monroe Co. MS and Nevada, AR
  • BIRTH: ABT 1836
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS IGI notes
Father: John N. BATTLE
Mother: Sevilla OWEN


Family 1 : John Wylie SHELL C.S.A.

Notes


Father: John N. BATTLE b: Abt 1800; Mother: Sevilla OWEN b: Abt 1803 in South Carolina;
Sources: Author: Nicholas Russell Murray Title: Monroe Co., MS Marriage Records 1821-1900, p. 15. Posted on Ancestry.com family tree file by Dana Smyth.



                                             __
                                            |  
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |__
                      |                        
 _John N. BATTLE _____|
| (1800 - 1840) m 1826|
|                     |                      __
|                     |                     |  
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |__
|                                              
|
|--Nancy America. BATTLE 
|  (1836 - ....)
|                                            __
|                                           |  
|                      _Benjamin OWEN ______|
|                     | (1775 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |__
|                     |                        
|_Sevilla OWEN _______|
  (1803 - ....) m 1826|
                      |                      __
                      |                     |  
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |__
                                               

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Joseph Thomas DUPUY

24 Feb 1812 - 1 May 1831

ID Number: I31061

  • RESIDENCE: Prince Edward Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 24 Feb 1812
  • DEATH: 1 May 1831
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: John DUPUY
Mother: Mary "Polly" W. WATKINS



                                                      _Peter (Pierre) DUPUY Sr._____________+
                                                     | (1694 - 1777) m 1720                 
                            _John Bartholomew DUPUY _|
                           | (1722 - 1791) m 1753    |
                           |                         |_Judith LEFEVRE (LAFEAVOUR) __________+
                           |                           (1702 - 1785) m 1720                 
 _John DUPUY ______________|
| (1756 - 1832)            |
|                          |                          _Pierre "Peter" GUERRANT (GUERIN) Sr._+
|                          |                         | (1697 - 1750) m 1732                 
|                          |_Esther GUERRANT ________|
|                            (1735 - 1760) m 1753    |
|                                                    |_Magdalene TRABUE ____________________+
|                                                      (1715 - 1787) m 1732                 
|
|--Joseph Thomas DUPUY 
|  (1812 - 1831)
|                                                     ______________________________________
|                                                    |                                      
|                           _Joel WATKINS ___________|
|                          | (1730 - ....)           |
|                          |                         |______________________________________
|                          |                                                                
|_Mary "Polly" W. WATKINS _|
  (1766 - 1840)            |
                           |                          _Joseph MORTON _______________________+
                           |                         | (1709 - 1782) m 1730                 
                           |_Agnes MORTON ___________|
                             (1746 - 1814)           |
                                                     |_Agnes WOODSON _______________________+
                                                       (1710 - 1802) m 1730                 

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PRES. Thomas JEFFERSON of Virginia 3rd Pres US

2 Apr 1743 - 4 Jul 1826

ID Number: I38798

  • TITLE: PRES.
  • OCCUPATION: 3rd President of USA 1801-1809; Gov of Virginia 1779-1781
  • RESIDENCE: Albemarle Co. VA & Wash D.C.
  • BIRTH: 2 Apr 1743, Shadwell, Goochland (now Albemarle) Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 4 Jul 1826, Monticello, Albemarle Co. VA
  • BURIAL: grounds of ‘Monticello.’
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:8MRL-GT) [S273] [S1376] [S1635] [S1972]
Father: Peter JEFFERSON
Mother: Jane RANDOLPH


Family 1 : Martha WAYLES
  1.  Mary Maria JEFFERSON
  2. +Martha "Patsy" JEFFERSON
  3.  Lucy JEFFERSON

Notes


"Thomas Jefferson: Dumas Malone, Jefferson & His Time, vol. 1, Jefferson the Virginian (1948), pp. 3-20, 426-31; GVFT 2:432-41, 450-55 (Jefferson; there is no provable kinship to the Jeaffreson family well treated in M.T. Jeaffreson, Pedigrees of the Jeaffreson Family with Notes & Memoirs, 1922); APP, Alvahn Holmes, The Farrar's Island Family & its English Ancestry, vol. 2 (1979), p. 127 esp. (but the RD of Christopher Branch outlined on pp. 121-22 of this work is erroneous; for the correct such line see the royal descents section of this work), & GVFVM 1:208-32 (Branch); VMHB 4 (1896-7):10-11, GVFWM 4:229-31, HSF 5:86-90, Dabney N. McLean, Henry Soane, Progenitor of Thomas Jefferson (1985) & TVG 35 (1991):163-72 (Field, Soane, Worger); R.I. Randolph, The Randolphs of Virginia: A Compilation of the Descendants of William Randolph of Turkey Island & His Wife Mary Isham of Bermuda Hundred (1937), pp. 11, 107, 114-15; H.W. Brainard, A Survey of the Ishams in England & America (1938), pp. 81-89 (Randolph), 12-19, 21-22, 32-35, 44-45, 50-55 (Isham); GVFVM 5:27-29, 52-61 (Isham, Randolph, Rogers, Lilburne); MCS3, line 71 (Randolph, Lane); John Nichols, The History & Antiquities of the County of Leicester, vol. 4, part II (1811), p. 870 (Vincent); The Genealogist, New Ser. 2 (1885):229-30 esp. (Borlase); GVFWM 1:453-54 & VGE 369-70 (Brett); Joseph Foster, ed., Pedigrees Recorded at the Heralds' Visitations of the County of Northumberland [1615 & 1666] (1890?), pp. 79 (Lilburne), 93 (Nicholson), 22 (Butler); Robert Surtees, History & Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham, vol. 2 (1820), p. 54 (Hicks), vol. 3 (1823), p. 49 (Butler), & Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society, 11, part I (1891), chart opposite p. 24 (Nicholson) & New Ser., 10 (1910):385-86 (Hechstetter). The Lilburne-Hicks-Nicholson-Butler ancestry of Jefferson's immigrant maternal grandmother, Mrs. Jane Rogers Randolph, deserves further investigation for the possibility of royal descent.
RD--William Randolph, Henry Isham, Christopher Branch."


"JEFFERSON, Thomas, (father-in-law of Thomas Mann Randolph and John Wayles Eppes), a Delegate from Virginia and a Vice President and 3d President of the United States; born at ‘Shadwell,’ Va., in present-day Albemarle County, Va., on April 13 (Gregorian calendar), 1743; attended a preparatory school; graduated from William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va., in 1762; studied law; was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in 1767; member, colonial House of Burgesses 1769-1775; prominent in pre-Revolutionary movements; Member of the Continental Congress in 1775 and 1776; chairman of the committee that drew up the Declaration of Independence in the summer of 1776 and made the first draft; signer of the Declaration of Independence; resigned soon after and returned to his estate, ’Monticello’; Governor of Virginia 1779-1781; member, State house of delegates 1782; again a Member of the Continental Congress 1783-1784; appointed a Minister Plenipotentiary to France in 1784, and then sole Minister to the King of France in 1785, for three years; Secretary of State of the United States in the Cabinet of President George Washington 1789-1793; elected Vice President of the United States and served under President John Adams 1797-1801; elected President of the United States in 1801 by the House of Representatives on the thirty-sixth ballot; reelected in 1805 and served from March 4, 1801, to March 3, 1809; retired to his estate, ’Monticello,’ in Virginia; active in founding the University of Virginia at Charlottesville; died at ’Monticello,’ Albemarle County, Va., July 4, 1826; interment in the grounds of ‘Monticello.’


Bibliography: DAB; Yarbrough, Jean M. American Virtues: Thomas Jefferson on the Character of a Free People. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1998; Ellis, Joseph J. American Sphinx: The Character of Thomas Jefferson. New York: Knopf, 1996; Jefferson, Thomas. The Papers of Thomas Jefferson. Edited by Julian P. Boyd, John Catanzariti, et al. 27 vols. to date. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1950- ; Malone, Dumas. Jefferson and the Ordeal of Liberty. Boston: Little, Brown, Co., 1962."


Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume II, I--Fathers of the Revolution: "Thomas Jefferson son of Peter Jefferson and Jane Randolph, daughter of Isham Randolph, of "Dungeness," Goochland county, Virginia, was born at "Shadwell," Albemarle county, April 2, 1743. Though his father died when he was fourteen years old, he was thoroughly trained by private tutors. and spent two years (1760-1762) at William and Mary College. He then studied law for five years under Chancellor Wythe, in Williamsburg, and was admitted to the bar when twenty-four years old. In 1769 he was elected to the house of burgesses from Albemarle, and became at once one of the group of new men who took the lead in public affairs. In 1773 he assisted in establishing committees of correspondence between the colonies, the first step towards Union. In 1774 he drafted instructions for the Virginia delegates to the first Congress, assuming the extreme ground taken by Bland in 1766, and summing up, with trenchant pen, that easily gave him the first place among American writers, the rights and wrongs of the continent. This magnificent paper contained every idea in the Declaration of Independence except the explicit statement of separation. It was published in pamphlet form under the title of "a Summary View of the Rights of British America."


Political events absorbed his attention, and he relinquished his law practice, which was very extensive. He was a member of the Virginia convention of March, 1775, and when Patrick Henry made his motion to organize the militia, Jefferson argued "closely, profoundly, and warmly on the same side." In the house of burgesses, June, 1775, he prepared a masterly reply to Lord North's "Conciliatory Proposition," and soon after, in the second Congress, to which he was elected June 20, 1775, on the retirement of Peyton Randolph, he prepared a similar paper as the answer of that body. He attended the third Congress, which met in Philadelphia. September 25, 1775, but left before it adjourned, and did not again present himself till May 13, 1776. Then, as chairman of a committee, he drafted the Declaration of Independence, which has immortalized him. On September 2, 1776. he resigned from Congress and returned home, but Congress, unwilling to dispense with his services, associated him with Dr. Franklin and Silas Deane to negotiate treaties of alliance and commerce with France. This appointment he declined on account of his wife's declining health, and in October he took his seat in the house of delegates of Virginia, and applied himself to reforming the Virginia code. The great series of bills which he prepared, and which in great part were adopted, concerning the descent of lands, religion, education and slavery, constitutes a great monument to his ability and patriotism. In January, 1779, he succeeded Patrick Henry as governor, and was reelected in 1780. Among his important measures in this office were the removal of the capital to Richmond, his maintaining Virginia's quota in Washington's army in the North, and his supplying General Greene's army in the South with provisions and munitions of war.


Jefferson narrowly escaped capture when Cornwallis' troops were so near Charlottesville that the legislature had to adjourn to Staunton. He declined to apply for a third election to the governorship in 1781, and employed his leisure in writing his "Notes on Virginia," a work still regarded most highly. Congress appointed him one of the commissioners to treat for peace, but he declined because of the illness of his wife, who died September 6, 1782. Later he accepted the office of peace commissioner, but peace was restored before he could sail for Europe. In 1783 he was elected to Congress, which sat at Annapolis, May 7, 1784. In this body his most prominent work was the ordinance for the government of the northwest territory. Congress again elected him minister, in conjunction with Mr. Adams and Benjamin Franklin, to negotiate treaties of commerce with foreign nations. He sailed from Boston, July 5, 1784, and reached Paris, August 6. On the resignation of Dr. Franklin he was appointed minister plenipotentiary to France. His three years there resulted in his arrangement of a satisfactory consular system between France and the United States. He meantime traveled extensively in Europe, and became intimate with many famous scientists, and his "Notes on Virginia," appearing in a French translation, won for him great admiration. In November, 1789, he returned home on a six months leave of absence, and found awaiting him his appointment as secretary of state by President Washington, which he accepted. During his five years service in this office, he distinguished himsell by many important public reports, but the differences with Hamilton, secretary of the treasury, grew so acute that Jefferson resigned, January 1, 1794, Washington vainly endeavoring to retain him. In September, 1794, Washington urged him strongly to resume the state secretaryship, but he positively declined, declaring with emphasis that nothing could induce him to again engage in the public service. However, in 1796, he was the presidential candidate of the Democratic-Republican party, and his vote being next largest to Adams, under the constitution he became vice-president. This office imposed but light duties, and he gave much of his time to study and research, and prepared his famous "Manual of Parliamentary Practice," which has been the principal guide in Congress to the present day. In 1800 he again became the candidate of his party for the presidency, but though his vote in the electoral college was greater than his Federalist competitor, an equal vote was given to Aaron Burr, whom the Republicans intended to be vice-president, and the election under the constitution, as it then stood, came to the house of representatives. Here after a long continued attempt of the Federalists to reverse the decision of the people and to place Burr in the presidency, Jefferson was finally declared president. In this high office he held to the simplest forms of conduct, abolishing weekly levees, elaborate precedence, rules, etc. A signal innovation consisted in his communicating his messages in writing instead of delivering them in person as Washington and Adams had done. This continued to be the rule for all his successors till present conditions having removed the old objections, President Wilson revived the obsolete practice of John Adams. His most notable achievement as president was the purchase of the vast Louisiana territory, which was practically his own unaided work. Second only in importance to this was his success in keeping the country from becoming involved in the European wars. Re-elected in 1804, he retired after the close of his second term to his home, "Monticello," near Charlottesville, Virginia. The work of his latter days was the University of Virginia, which he projected and lived long enough to see in perfect working order. He superintended every detail, laid down the plans for all the severely classical buildings, procured the funds for their erection, and mapped out the collegiate curricula. At his beautiful mansion, "Monticello," he entertained the most distinguished men of his day, and there, after his death, his daughter, Mrs. Randolph, passed the remainder of her life in ease and comfort, with the aid of $10,000 gratuity from the states of Virginia and South Carolina, granted as a tribute to the memory of her illustrious father. His affairs had become badly involved, and he had been obliged to sell to Congress his valuable library for about one-fourth of its cost. He died July 4, 1826, and was buried at "Monticello," where his grave was marked with a stone bearing the following inscription written by himself: "Here was buried Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence, of the Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom, and Father of the University of Virginia." This was afterwards replaced with a massive pillar erected by the government of the United States, and bearing the same inscription. From the day of his death to the present time, no other public man has been so often quoted. In originality of mind, versatility of talent, general sweep of intellect, universality of knowledge, power over men, and conception of the rights of mankind, he stood easily head and shoulders above all his great contemporaries. Washington alone surpassed him in moral force."


Jefferson, Jane Randolph b. April 3, 1774 d. September, 1775
Jane is the daughter of Thomas & Martha Jefferson. She was born at "Monticello" and died there.


Jefferson, Son b. May 28, 1777 d. June 14, 1777
The only "Son" was born to Thomas and Martha Jefferson at their home "Monticello". This child was never given a name. (bio by: T.R. M)


Jefferson, Thomas b. April 13, 1743 d. July 4, 1826
3rd United States President, 2nd United States Vice-President, Signer and author of The Declaration of Independence. A political writer, member of the Continental Congress, and governor of Virginia, he advocated a humanitarian liberalism and was elected president in 1801. His humanitarianism profoundly influenced Thoreau and Whitman. His original headstone from his grave at Monticello was presented to the University of Missouri because they were the first state university to be founded in the Louisiana Purchase while Jefferson was president. (bio by: T.R. M)
Jefferson Home, Charlottesville, Charlottesville city, Virginia, USA




[S273] [S1635]

[523698]
m. at her father's home


                                                     _Thomas JEFFERSON "the Immigrant"___
                                                    | (1629 - 1697) m 1675               
                       _Thomas JEFFERSON Jr.________|
                      | (1679 - 1731) m 1697        |
                      |                             |_Mary (Martha) BRANCH ______________+
                      |                               (1657 - ....) m 1675               
 _Peter JEFFERSON ____|
| (1707 - 1757) m 1739|
|                     |                              _Peter FIELD _______________________+
|                     |                             | (1647 - 1707) m 1678               
|                     |_Mary FIELD _________________|
|                       (1680 - 1715) m 1697        |
|                                                   |_Judith SOANE ______________________+
|                                                     (1646 - 1703) m 1678               
|
|--Thomas JEFFERSON of Virginia 3rd Pres US
|  (1743 - 1826)
|                                                    _William I RANDOLPH "the immigrant"_+
|                                                   | (1651 - 1711) m 1678               
|                      _Isham RANDOLPH of Dungeness_|
|                     | (1685 - 1742) m 1718        |
|                     |                             |_Mary ISHAM ________________________+
|                     |                               (1660 - 1735) m 1678               
|_Jane RANDOLPH ______|
  (1720 - 1776) m 1739|
                      |                              _Charles ROGERS ____________________+
                      |                             | (1660 - ....)                      
                      |_Jane ROGERS ________________|
                        (1692 - ....) m 1718        |
                                                    |_Jane LILBURN ______________________+
                                                      (1670 - ....)                      

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Lenora Frances MAYS

6 Jul 1874 - 4 Dec 1933

ID Number: I23824

  • RESIDENCE: Kentuck & Campbell Creek, WVA
  • BIRTH: 6 Jul 1874, Kentuck/Fletcher, WVA
  • DEATH: 4 Dec 1933, Campbell Creek, WVA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S844]
Father: James Henry MAYS C.S.A.
Mother: Cleopatra HATCHER


Family 1 : Charles Henry MUNDY
  1. +Charles Foster MUNDY

                                                 _Pierce MAYS _________________________+
                                                | (1783 - 1823) m 1805                 
                           _Edwin Pierce MAYS I_|
                          | (1815 - ....) m 1838|
                          |                     |_Mary Polly FULCHER __________________
                          |                       (1785 - ....) m 1805                 
 _James Henry MAYS C.S.A._|
| (1842 - 1928)           |
|                         |                      _Job CARTER __________________________+
|                         |                     | (1796 - ....) m 1817                 
|                         |_Martha Ann CARTER __|
|                           (1818 - 1863) m 1838|
|                                               |_Adeline FLOOD _______________________
|                                                 (1800 - ....) m 1817                 
|
|--Lenora Frances MAYS 
|  (1874 - 1933)
|                                                _(RESEARCH QUERY) HATCHER of Virginia_
|                                               |                                      
|                          _Jesse HATCHER ______|
|                         | (1820 - ....)       |
|                         |                     |______________________________________
|                         |                                                            
|_Cleopatra HATCHER ______|
  (1847 - 1885)           |
                          |                      ______________________________________
                          |                     |                                      
                          |_Victoria____________|
                            (1820 - ....)       |
                                                |______________________________________
                                                                                       

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Moses Green MCKAY

1720 - 17 Jul 1777

ID Number: I64890

  • RESIDENCE: Monmouth, NJ and Frederick Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1720, Freehold Twn, Monmouth, New Jersey
  • DEATH: 17 Jul 1777, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2453]
Father: Robert MCKAY Sr."the Immigrant"
Mother: Anne BROWNE


Family 1 : Mary JOBE
  1. +Jeremiah MCKAY

                                                                  _WILLIAM MACKAY _________________+
                                                                 | (1610 - ....)                   
                                   _Hugh MCKAY __________________|
                                  | (1640 - 1719)                |
                                  |                              |_ELIZABETH CORBET _______________
                                  |                                (1610 - ....)                   
 _Robert MCKAY Sr."the Immigrant"_|
| (1679 - 1752) m 1716            |
|                                 |                               _________________________________
|                                 |                              |                                 
|                                 |_Jane DUNBAR _________________|
|                                   (1640 - 1700)                |
|                                                                |_________________________________
|                                                                                                  
|
|--Moses Green MCKAY 
|  (1720 - 1777)
|                                                                 _________________________________
|                                                                |                                 
|                                  _James BROWNE "the Immigrant"_|
|                                 | (1656 - 1715) m 1679         |
|                                 |                              |_________________________________
|                                 |                                                                
|_Anne BROWNE ____________________|
  (1687 - 1726) m 1716            |
                                  |                               _William CLAYTON "the Immigrant"_
                                  |                              | (1632 - 1688) m 1653            
                                  |_Honour CLAYTON ______________|
                                    (1661 - ....) m 1679         |
                                                                 |_Prudence LANCKFORD-MICKELS _____
                                                                   (1638 - 1689) m 1653            

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Sir ANDREW MORAY of Bothwell

____ - 1297

ID Number: I86777

  • TITLE: Sir
  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • DEATH: 1297
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3220]
Father: ANDREW de Moravia MORAY of Bothwell
Mother: Daughter of COMYN


Family 1 :
  1. +ANDREW MORAY of Bothwell

Notes


(i) Sir Andrew Moray of Bothwell (d after Stirling Bridge 1297) [S3220]

                                                                                  _WILLIAM de Moravia MORAY of Petyn__________+
                                                                                 | (.... - 1253)                              
                                       _WALTER de Moravia MORAY of Bothwell______|
                                      |                                          |
                                      |                                          |_Daughter of Malcolm of Fife________________+
                                      |                                                                                       
 _ANDREW de Moravia MORAY of Bothwell_|
| (.... - 1289)                       |
|                                     |                                           ____________________________________________
|                                     |                                          |                                            
|                                     |__________________________________________|
|                                                                                |
|                                                                                |____________________________________________
|                                                                                                                             
|
|--ANDREW MORAY of Bothwell
|  (.... - 1297)
|                                                                                 _JOHN "The Black" de COMYN Lord of Badenoch_+
|                                                                                | (1240 - 1303) m 1279                       
|                                      _JOHN de "The Red" COMYN Lord of Badenoch_|
|                                     | (1270 - 1306)                            |
|                                     |                                          |_ELEANOR BALIOL ____________________________+
|                                     |                                            (1246 - ....) m 1279                       
|_Daughter of COMYN __________________|
                                      |
                                      |                                           _WILLIAM de VALENCE Earl of Pembroke________
                                      |                                          | (1225 - 1296) m 1247                       
                                      |_JOAN de VALENCE _________________________|
                                        (1273 - ....)                            |
                                                                                 |_JOAN de MUNCHENSY _________________________+
                                                                                   (.... - 1307) m 1247                       

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[S3220]


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Elizabeth SMITH

ABT 1755 - ____

ID Number: I100680

  • RESIDENCE: of Bedford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1755
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2273]
Father: Guy SMITH
Mother: Anne HOPKINS


Notes


(2) Dau. Elizabeth Smith; 6. Elizabeth Smith m Mr. Hook

                                             _Guy SMITH "the Immigrant"__
                                            | (1675 - 1720)              
                       _John SMITH _________|
                      | (1701 - 1775) m 1724|
                      |                     |____________________________
                      |                                                  
 _Guy SMITH __________|
| (1725 - 1781) m 1751|
|                     |                      _Ralph BOWKER ______________
|                     |                     |                            
|                     |_Ann BOWKER _________|
|                       (1700 - 1733) m 1724|
|                                           |____________________________
|                                                                        
|
|--Elizabeth SMITH 
|  (1755 - ....)
|                                            ____________________________
|                                           |                            
|                      _Arthur HOPKINS M.D._|
|                     | (1690 - 1767) m 1724|
|                     |                     |____________________________
|                     |                                                  
|_Anne HOPKINS _______|
  (1730 - ....) m 1751|
                      |                      _Thomas PETTUS of Littleton_+
                      |                     | (1656 - 1690) m 1675       
                      |_Elizabeth PETTUS ___|
                        (1702 - ....) m 1724|
                                            |_Mary Elizabeth DABNEY _____+
                                              (1660 - ....) m 1675       

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Della WEAVER

ABT 1880 - ____

ID Number: I59203

  • RESIDENCE: Williamsburg Co. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1880
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2180]

Family 1 : John Thomas MCCANTS

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Bickerton Lyle WINSTON

30 Jun 1816 - 14 Jan 1902

ID Number: I36428

  • RESIDENCE: Hanover Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 30 Jun 1816, Hanover Co. VA
  • DEATH: 14 Jan 1902, Hanover Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1117] [S2103]
Father: Philip Bickerton WINSTON
Mother: Sarah Madison PENDLETON


Family 1 : Catherine Louise NEWTON
Family 2 : Eliza Minor Garrett BANKHEAD

                                                        _John WINSTON Sr.________+
                                                       | (1724 - 1788) m 1746    
                             _William Overton WINSTON _|
                            | (1747 - 1815) m 1770     |
                            |                          |_Alice Patsey BICKERTON _+
                            |                            (1730 - 1773) m 1746    
 _Philip Bickerton WINSTON _|
| (1786 - 1853) m 1811      |
|                           |                           _________________________
|                           |                          |                         
|                           |_Joanna ROBINSON _________|
|                             (1755 - ....) m 1770     |
|                                                      |_________________________
|                                                                                
|
|--Bickerton Lyle WINSTON 
|  (1816 - 1902)
|                                                       _John PENDLETON Judge____+
|                                                      | (1719 - 1799) m 1761    
|                            _Henry Harwood PENDLETON _|
|                           | (1762 - 1822) m 1785     |
|                           |                          |_Sarah MADISON __________
|                           |                            (1725 - ....) m 1761    
|_Sarah Madison PENDLETON __|
  (1793 - 1827) m 1811      |
                            |                           _John WINSTON Sr.________+
                            |                          | (1724 - 1788) m 1746    
                            |_Alcey Ann WINSTON _______|
                              (1769 - 1813) m 1785     |
                                                       |_Alice Patsey BICKERTON _+
                                                         (1730 - 1773) m 1746    

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Sir RICHARD WYNNE bart., of Gwydin

BEF 1580 - 1649

ID Number: I84407

  • TITLE: Sir
  • RESIDENCE: Wales
  • BIRTH: BEF 1580
  • DEATH: 1649
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2170]
Father: JOHN WYNNE Baronet of Gwydin
Mother: SARAH (Sidney) GIRARD



                                   __
                                  |  
                                __|
                               |  |
                               |  |__
                               |     
 _JOHN WYNNE Baronet of Gwydin_|
| (1550 - 1626)                |
|                              |   __
|                              |  |  
|                              |__|
|                                 |
|                                 |__
|                                    
|
|--RICHARD WYNNE bart., of Gwydin
|  (1580 - 1649)
|                                  __
|                                 |  
|                               __|
|                              |  |
|                              |  |__
|                              |     
|_SARAH (Sidney) GIRARD _______|
  (1550 - ....)                |
                               |   __
                               |  |  
                               |__|
                                  |
                                  |__
                                     

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