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Katherine Bell ABBOTT

ABT 1850 - ____

ID Number: I18879

  • RESIDENCE: VA/KY?
  • BIRTH: ABT 1850
  • RESOURCES: See: [S603]

Family 1 : Henry Clay MOSELEY
  1. +Fred Ernest MOSELEY

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Mae Naomi ALLEN

ABT 1880 - ____

ID Number: I16509

  • RESIDENCE: Elbert Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1880
  • RESOURCES: See: [S469]

Family 1 : Lonnie Chandler BROWN

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Hannah ALVIS

1785 - 4 Apr 1814

ID Number: I9215

  • RESIDENCE: Goochland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1785, Goochland Co. VA
  • DEATH: 4 Apr 1814
  • RESOURCES: See: [S97] [S315]
Father: Shadrach ALVIS
Mother: Judith HANCOCK


Family 1 : Isham CHEATHAM
  1.  Phoebe Elason CHEATHAM
  2.  Louisa Jane CHEATHAM
  3.  Elizabeth Emeline CHEATHAM
  4.  John William CHEATHAM
  5.  Mary Hill CHEATHAM

                                               _George ALVIS (ALVES) ____+
                                              | (1656 - 1734)            
                       _David ALVIS (OLVIS) I_|
                      | (1714 - 1787) m 1739  |
                      |                       |_Mary CRENSHAW? __________+
                      |                         (1700 - 1732)            
 _Shadrach ALVIS _____|
| (1750 - 1806) m 1784|
|                     |                        _Thomas STANLEY III_______+
|                     |                       | (1689 - 1754) m 1715     
|                     |_Elizabeth STANLEY? ___|
|                       (1718 - 1789) m 1739  |
|                                             |_Elizabeth MADDOX ________
|                                               (1693 - 1724) m 1715     
|
|--Hannah ALVIS 
|  (1785 - 1814)
|                                              _Benjamin HANCOCK ________+
|                                             | (1710 - ....) m 1732     
|                      _Major HANCOCK Sr._____|
|                     | (1735 - 1820) m 1765  |
|                     |                       |_Elizabeth Jane JAMESTON _
|                     |                         (1710 - ....) m 1732     
|_Judith HANCOCK _____|
  (1768 - 1856) m 1784|
                      |                        _James THOMAS ____________+
                      |                       | (1726 - 1801)            
                      |_Ann THOMAS ___________|
                        (1749 - 1783) m 1765  |
                                              |__________________________
                                                                         

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John BERRYMAN "the Immigrant"

12 Oct 1617 - 1679

ID Number: I82779

  • RESIDENCE: England and by 1654 Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 12 Oct 1617, Upcott, Devonshire, England
  • DEATH: 1679, Westmoreland Co. Virginia
  • BURIAL: on the Berryman "Ivy Point / White Hall" property
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS K35S-95 [S3092]

Family 1 : Jane BALDRIDGE
  1.  Daniel BERRYMAN
  2.  John BERRYMAN
  3. +Benjamin BERRYMAN

Notes


CONFLICTS in parents and wives, Children.
Father: John II BERRYMAN b. 1585 in England
Mother: Elizabeth FULFORD b. 1586 in England
Father: DANIEL BERRYMAN b: in Devonshire, England
Mother: ELNOR SLEE b: in Devonshire, England
Marriage 1 ELIZABETH ? Married: 1665
Marriage 2 Jane Bayham BALDRIDGE b: ABT 1630 Married: 1678
LDS Miss Tucker (Wife) b. About 1652 in Of, Westmoreland, Va Marriage: ABT 1655 in Of, Westmoreland, Va
m. Jane TUCKER (Wife) b. About. 1647 in Westmoreland, Va
Another shows Benjamin as a son of John IV m. to Jane Tucker and a son of John III b 1617.


Mary Love Berryman notes that John Berryman/Berreman came to Virginia as a headright of Major Miles Carey of Westmoreland Co, VA by 1654. John's first wife and the mother of his children died around 1677/78. The only surviving child of this marriage was Benjamin, born 7 Dec 1670, died 1729, VA; married 1. Sarah, 2. Elizabeth NEWTON


John was a farmer and raised tobacco. He apparently owned and operated a mill located near the head of the Upper Machodoc Creek in Westmoreland County, VA. He married Jane BUTLER, the widow of Thomas BUTLER, in 1678. There were no children by this marriage. Jane married John Harvey before Benjamin came of age.


Part of the inventory account of John's estate included burial charges for "Mr Berriman and two sons." John and his sons must have died about the same time in 1679/1680 in Westmoreland County, VA.


John BERRYMAN was born in England and may have been the grandson of John BERYMAN or BERRI of Berri, County Devon, England, or he may have been the son of Daniel BERRYMAN and wife Elizabeth SPARROWE. Perhaps, too, his first wife's name was Elnor SLEE.


The will of John ELBRIDGE of St. Peters within the city of Bristol, England, written September 11, 1646, calls John BERRIMAN a merchant. John came from England to Accomack County, Virginia, in 1654, brought over by Major Miles CAREY. According to one source, he married Jane TUCKER about 1650. [COMMENT-4] Her first name could have been Rose rather than Jane, the Jane having been added because of confusion with the second wife's name of Jane BALDRIDGE. There was a Rose TUCKER who married a John BERRYMAN. She was the daughter of John TUCKER and wife Rose ALLERTON(?)
[COMMENT-5] and was a minor at her father's death in 1671. There seem to have been two John BERRYMAN's in the area at the time, and this marriage seems improbable.


On March 5, 1656, John BERRYMAN was deeded property in York County, Virginia, from Owen MORRIS, and on October 5, 1663, he deeded it back to Owen MORRIS. On October 14, 1670, he and William HORTON and John PALMER acquired 400 acres in joint tenancy in Westmoreland County, Virginia, which he gave to his son Benjamin by will dated December 11, 1679.


John BERRYMAN died in 1680 either before his son Benjamin was born or within a few months of his birth. His son Benjamin is the subject of the following section.


1) Benjamin Berryman, b. 7 December 1670 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, m. Elizabeth ? bet. 1707-08 in Westmoreland County, d. bet. 4-27 August 1729 in Westmoreland County;


2) John Berryman, b. abt. 1617 d
perhaps two other wives during his life (perhaps an Elizabeth and perhaps Jane Baldridge, both in America), d. bef. 28 April 1680 in Westmoreland County;


3) Daniell Berryman, b. in Tiverton, m. 26 July 1605 in Tiverton to Elizabeth Sparrowe;


4) Daniell Berryman, b. in Barnstaple, Devon, England.


According to the McNabb family website
(http://home.att.net/~altgray/home.htm)
John Berryman's ancestors were as follows:


Father: John Berryman Born before 1585 Married 1605 John was AKA John De Berrie.
Mother: Elizabeth Fulford Born before Before 1585; Father: Thomas Fulford born bef 1585 married before 1584 Mother: Unknown born abt 1565


Father: John Berryman Born before 1565 married before 1584 John was AKA John Berri.
Mother: Eleanor Dare Born before 1565 Eleanor was born in Upcott



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King JEROME NAPOLEON BONAPARTE I of Westphalia

15 Nov 1784 - 24 Jun 1860

ID Number: I92950

  • TITLE: King
  • RESIDENCE: France
  • OCCUPATION: Prince of Montfort
  • BIRTH: 15 Nov 1784, Ajaccio, Corsica
  • DEATH: 24 Jun 1860, Villegenis, France (today Massy in Essonne)
  • BURIAL: Les Invalides, Paris, France
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3444]
Father: CARLO Maria BONAPARTE
Mother: Laetizia RAMOLINO of Naples


Family 1 : Elizabeth Brown "Betsy" PATTERSON
  1. +Jerome Napoleon BONAPARTE II
Family 2 : CATHARINA FREDERICA von WUTTEMBERG of Wurtemberg

Notes


"Jerome Bonaparte had served under General Le Clerc (Pauline Bonaparte's first husband) in Santo Domingo, and after carrying dispatches home to France had gone to Martinique to command a frigate. About 1803 he was invited to Baltimore, and there at the house of Samuel Cherry, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, he met Elizabeth Patterson, then eighteen. Mr. William Patterson was a frugal, thrifty, well-to-do business man of strict integrity in business matters.



Jerome was an ardent wooer; the maid was willing to be won, as it had been predicted that she was to wed a distinguished Frenchman, "a prince in disguise," and on the twenty-ninth day of October, 1803, a license for this marriage was issued. A hitch occured, however, and the marriage did not take place till Christmas eve, bishop John Carroll, brother of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, tying the knot in accordance with the ritual of the Roman Catholic Church.


Bonaparte, who had other views anent the career of his brother, was highly incensed at the marriage. On the 20th of April he caused the French minister of marine to write to the French consul, at New York, his resolution "that no money shall be advanced on the order of Citizen Jerome," and to prohibit all captains of French vessels from receiving on board the young person "to whom Citizen Jerome has connected himself," and to insist on Jerome's return to France by the first French frigate. Such were the wishes of the "First Consul," whose inflexibility can be compared to nothing but the vastness of his conceptions.


It was not until March 31st, 1805, that Jerome embarked at Baltimore, on board the Erin, with his wife, for Spain. They had set sail on the previous August, but had been wrecked. Madam Bonaparte's wadded pelisse nearly proved her destruction, as its weight kept her under water; but a sailor fished her up, and shortly afterward at a hospitable farmhouse she scandalized her aunt by enjoying roast goose and apple-sauce instead of kneeling in prayer and thanksgiving.


Arrived in Spain, Jerome quitted his wife and proceeded to Paris: and on the 3rd of May, 1805, the report of the annulling of the marriage reached Philadelphia. Mrs. Bonaparte arrived in London, where, at Camberwell, July 7th, 1805, was born her son, Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte.


Napoleon offered a pension of 60,000 franes a year if Miss Patterson would return to America and not take the name of Bonaparte. On the 12th of August, 1807, Jerome, who had been spurned by the Queen of Etruria, was married to the Prineess Frederica Catherine, of Wurtemberg.


Only once afterwards did he ever meet his American wife: in the gallery of the Pitti Palace, at Forence, in 1821. He was with his second wife.


When King Jerome Bonaparte died in June, 1857, he said nothing in his will whatever of his first marriage. Madame Bonaparte applied for a share of the estate, but her claims were not allowed in the French Courts. To recognize her rights to a share of the will of her husband would have been tantamount to recognizing her as a member of the imperial family, which would have complicated the succession to the throne."


Jérôme Bonaparte, born November 15 1784, in Ajaccio, Corsica was the youngest brother of Emperor Napoleon I of France. He served with the French navy before going to the United States where he married Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte (1785-1879), known as "Betsy", was the daughter of a Baltimore, Maryland merchant, and was the first wife of Jerome Bonaparte, and sister-in-law of Emperor Napoleon I of France.


After Emperor Napoleon's exile, Jerome moved to Italy where he married Giustina Pecori-Suárez Giustina Pecori-Suárez, born on November 27, 1811 in Florence, Italy, was the third wife of Jerome Bonaparte, youngest brother of Emperor Napoleon I of France. the widow of an Italian nobleman. She married on February 19, 1853 in Paris. She died on January 30, 1903 in Florence.


When his nepher Prince Louis became President of France in 1848, Jerome was made governor of Les Invalides,the burial place of his famous elder brother Napoleon I of France. He later became Marshal of France, and President of the Senate, in his nephew's regime, and was confirmed in the title of Prince française.


Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte (April 20, 1808 - January 9, 1873) was the son of King Louis Bonaparte and Queen Hortense de Beauharnais; both monarchs of the Kingdom of Holland.

[S3444]


                                  __
                                 |  
                               __|
                              |  |
                              |  |__
                              |     
 _CARLO Maria BONAPARTE ______|
| (1746 - 1785) m 1764        |
|                             |   __
|                             |  |  
|                             |__|
|                                |
|                                |__
|                                   
|
|--JEROME NAPOLEON BONAPARTE I of Westphalia
|  (1784 - 1860)
|                                 __
|                                |  
|                              __|
|                             |  |
|                             |  |__
|                             |     
|_Laetizia RAMOLINO of Naples_|
  (1750 - 1836) m 1764        |
                              |   __
                              |  |  
                              |__|
                                 |
                                 |__
                                    

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Minnie DIXON

ABT 1860 - ____

ID Number: I44971

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1860
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1627]
Father: William Sanders DIXON
Mother: Rachel Louise MEREDITH



                                                        _Thomas DIXON Jr.____________
                                                       | (1750 - ....)               
                           _William George DIXON ______|
                          | (1783 - 1840) m 1811       |
                          |                            |_Ann FERGUSON _______________+
                          |                              (1760 - ....)               
 _William Sanders DIXON __|
| (1817 - 1888)           |
|                         |                             _William Gunnell SANDERS Sr._
|                         |                            | (1769 - 1825)               
|                         |_Nancy Ann SANDERS _________|
|                           (1793 - 1851) m 1811       |
|                                                      |_Mary YOUNG _________________
|                                                        (1774 - 1827)               
|
|--Minnie DIXON 
|  (1860 - ....)
|                                                       _____________________________
|                                                      |                             
|                          _(RESEARCH QUERY) MEREDITH _|
|                         |                            |
|                         |                            |_____________________________
|                         |                                                          
|_Rachel Louise MEREDITH _|
  (1830 - ....)           |
                          |                             _____________________________
                          |                            |                             
                          |____________________________|
                                                       |
                                                       |_____________________________
                                                                                     

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Clarisse DURALD

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I55205

  • RESIDENCE: of New Orleans, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2013]

Family 1 : William Charles Cole CLAIBORNE Gov.Mississippi Territory

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John H. GATEWOOD

15 Apr 1852 - ____

ID Number: I57575

  • RESIDENCE: Trimble Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 15 Apr 1852, Trimble Co. KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S828]
Father: Jocephus "CE" GATEWOOD Sr.
Mother: Sarah Ann COLEMAN



                                                        _William GATEWOOD II_+
                                                       | (1743 - 1789) m 1768
                              _William GATEWOOD III____|
                             | (1776 - 1840) m 1798    |
                             |                         |_Sarah FOSTER _______+
                             |                           (1745 - 1827) m 1768
 _Jocephus "CE" GATEWOOD Sr._|
| (1810 - 1863) m 1839       |
|                            |                          _Achilles WRIGHT ____+
|                            |                         | (1750 - 1825)       
|                            |_Mildred "Milly" WRIGHT _|
|                              (1779 - 1862) m 1798    |
|                                                      |_Nancy_______________
|                                                        (1750 - 1824)       
|
|--John H. GATEWOOD 
|  (1852 - ....)
|                                                       _James COLEMAN ______+
|                                                      | (1740 - ....)       
|                             _Stephen COLEMAN ________|
|                            | (1770 - 1846)           |
|                            |                         |_Anna COCKE _________+
|                            |                           (1744 - ....)       
|_Sarah Ann COLEMAN _________|
  (1810 - 1892) m 1839       |
                             |                          _Joseph FOREE _______+
                             |                         | (1746 - ....)       
                             |_Mary FOREE _____________|
                               (1775 - 1858)           |
                                                       |_Ann GEVIDEN ________
                                                         (1748 - ....)       

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THOMAS RANDOLPH Lord Strathnih

ABT 1270 - ____

ID Number: I66858

  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • BIRTH: ABT 1270
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2844]

Family 1 : ISABEL BRUCE
  1.  THOMAS RANDOLPH 1st Lord of Moray

Notes


From Ancestors of Brian Doig
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=doigk& id=I197
by Kenneth Frank Doig

[S2844]

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BERNARD IV de ST.VALERY

____ - 1190

ID Number: I61491

  • DEATH: 1190
Father: RENARD II de ST. VALERY


Family 1 : MAUD
  1. +MAUD de ST.VALARIE

                                                         _GAUTHIER de ST. VALERY _+
                                                        |                         
                            _BERNARD III de ST. VALERY _|
                           |                            |
                           |                            |_HODIERNE de MONTHLERY __
                           |                                                      
 _RENARD II de ST. VALERY _|
| (.... - 1166)            |
|                          |                             _________________________
|                          |                            |                         
|                          |____________________________|
|                                                       |
|                                                       |_________________________
|                                                                                 
|
|--BERNARD IV de ST.VALERY 
|  (.... - 1190)
|                                                        _________________________
|                                                       |                         
|                           ____________________________|
|                          |                            |
|                          |                            |_________________________
|                          |                                                      
|__________________________|
                           |
                           |                             _________________________
                           |                            |                         
                           |____________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |_________________________
                                                                                  

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Gloria TEMPLETT


!LIVING

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Hon. Thomas WILLIAMSON

1777 - 1846

ID Number: I80409

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: Mayor of Norfolk, 1829; head cashier of the Virginia Bank
  • RESIDENCE: Norfolk, VA
  • BIRTH: 1777
  • DEATH: 1846
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2453]
Father: John WILLIAMSON
Mother: Sarah PRICE


Family 1 : Elizabeth GALT
  1. +Gabriel Galt WILLIAMSON U.S.N.
  2.  John Galt WILLIAMSON M.D.
Family 2 : Anna WALKE
  1.  William Price WILLIAMSON C.S.A.
  2.  Thomas Holmes WILLIAMSON C.S.A.
  3.  Cornelius Calvert WILLIAMSON
  4.  Henry Watson WILLIAMSON C.S.A.
  5.  Ann Walke WILLIAMSON
  6.  Sarah Lewis WILLIAMSON
  7.  Elizabeth Walke WILLIAMSON
  8.  Virginia WILLIAMSON

Notes


Thomas Williamson, 2d., son of John Williamson, 2d, and Sarah Price, was born in 1777. He was married in Richmond, May 20,1800, to Elizabeth Galt, who died in 1807 leaving two children: 1st Gabriel Galt Williamson, born 1803, married Elizabeth Anne Gatewood, 3 June, 1834, at Norfolk, Va. He was of the U.S.Navy, and commanded the U.S.S. Fulton, which was lost in a gale in the gulf of Mexico.


2d, John Galt Williamson, M.D., born 1806, married Mary R. Dixon, of Richmond. He died a few days after the entrance of the Federal troops into Williamsburg, where he was practicing his profession.


Thomas Williamson, 2d, married 2d, Anne McC. McWalke, 13 July 1809, at "The Ferry," Princess Anne County, Va. He was until his death cashier of the Virginia Bank, of Norfolk, and was Mayor of Norfolk in 1829. He died in 1846, leaving issue by his second wife Anne Walke:


1st. William Price Williamson, U.S. Navy, born 1810. He was Engineer in Chief of the U.S. and C.S. Navies and placed the machinery in the famous Confederate ram Merrimac. He married Penelope B. McDonald, of Edenton, N.C.


2d. Thomas Holmes Williamson, born 1813, married Louisa Henrietta Fenton Garnett. He was Lieutenant-Colonel of Virginia Engineers and Chief Engineer of the Army of Northern Va. 1861 at the battle of Manassa. He put up the Batteries at Evansport on the Potomac, while a U.S. ship of war lay at anchor as a guard directly opposite the works at Evansport. He died a Professor of Engineers at Virginia Military Institute. Married second, Mrs. Julia Wharton.


3d. Henry Watson Williamson, born 1823, married Patty Green, daughter of Com. William Green, U.S.N. He was lieutenant inVirginia Regiment, Mexican War of 1846; Captain company T. in 6th Virginia; Lieutenant-Colonel engineers at Craney Island; commanded 600 sharpshooters at Drewry's Bluff; Com. 1st regiment at Malvern Hill; wounded in hip Second Manassas; in right arm at the Wilderness; lost left hand at Spotsylvanis Court House, and lost left arm at Crater. On Seaboard R. R.construction afte the war and died Assistant Professor at Virginia Military Institute.


4th. Cornelius Calvert Williamson, born 1817, went to California in 1849 and never heard from.
5th. Ann Walke Williamson, married James Marsden Smith, a wealthy merchant of Norfolk.
6th. Sarah Lewis Williamson, married James Henderson, United States Navy.
7th. Elizabeth Walke Williamson, married Dr. Robert Baylor Tunstall, of Norfolk.
8th. Virginia Williamson, married John Saunders Taylor, United States Navy.


















                                             _John WILLIAMSON "the Immigrant"_
                                            | (1680 - 1757)                   
                       _Thomas WILLIAMSON __|
                      | (1708 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_Rebecca CHAMBERLAYNE ___________
                      |                       (1690 - ....)                   
 _John WILLIAMSON ____|
| (1733 - 1806) m 1754|
|                     |                      _________________________________
|                     |                     |                                 
|                     |_Judith FLEMING _____|
|                       (1713 - ....)       |
|                                           |_________________________________
|                                                                             
|
|--Thomas WILLIAMSON 
|  (1777 - 1846)
|                                            _________________________________
|                                           |                                 
|                      _John PRICE _________|
|                     | (1710 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_________________________________
|                     |                                                       
|_Sarah PRICE ________|
  (1735 - ....) m 1754|
                      |                      _________________________________
                      |                     |                                 
                      |_Mary WHITE _________|
                        (1710 - ....)       |
                                            |_________________________________
                                                                              

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