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Count HUGH_III of Maine

ABT 0950 - ____

ID Number: I29860

  • TITLE: Count
  • BIRTH: ABT 0950
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1158]

Family 1 :
  1. +MILICENT du MAINE of Maine

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King WILLIAM III of Orange of England

14 Nov 1650 - 19 Mar 1702

ID Number: I58385

  • TITLE: King
  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: 14 Nov 1650, The Hague, Netherlands
  • DEATH: 19 Mar 1702, Kensington, Palace, England
  • BURIAL: Westminster, Abbey, London, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2143]
Father: WILLIAM II of Orange of England
Mother: MARY STUART


Family 1 : MARY II STUART of England

Notes


William II and III (1689-1702) and Mary II (1689-1694), by Adam Franbois van der Meulen (1632-1690) © Royal Collection View large picture in new window


William II and III (1689-1702) and Mary II (1689-94)
William of Orange (part of what is now known as the Netherlands) had a double connection with the royal house of Stuart, for he was the son of Princess Mary, daughter of Charles I, and he married his cousin, another Princess Mary, the daughter of James VII and II (by his Protestant first wife Anne Hyde). William was a delicate, posthumous child, whose father had died a few days before his birth, but he grew up determined to defend his country against the threat from France on his southern border. He led his army in person, and carefully built up the Grand Alliance against the French.
He was on good terms with his uncles, Charles II and James, visiting them and corresponding regularly with them, but he became increasingly concerned about James VII's Catholicism and so he was prepared to accept the British invitation to displace his father-in-law in 1688. Having deposed James on 4 April 1689, the Scottish Convention of Estates voted to offer the crown to William and Mary. They were proclaimed on 11 April and accepted the crown on 11 May.


Preoccupied as he was with continental politics, William never did visit Scotland. As a Calvinist he was at first popular with the Scots, although James VII and II's supporters, the Jacobites, rose against him in 1689. They won a victory at Killiecrankie in Perthshire, but their leader Viscount Dundee was killed and they were crushed at Dunkeld, some miles further south. Even so, armed resistance continued in the Highlands until 1692, and the Bass Rock held out for James until April 1694.


William's severe measures against the Jacobites made him unpopular in Scotland, as did his part in approving the 1692 Massacre of Glencoe, when the elderly chief of the MacDonalds of Glencoe failed through a misunderstanding to take the oath of allegiance to William by the appointed date and was murdered with a number of his clansmen on government orders. Finally, William's apparently callous disregard for the interests of those Scots who tried to set up a Scottish trading colony at Darien, on the Isthmus of Panama, led to widespread anger against him.


William and Mary had no children. She died of smallpox in 1694, he in 1702, after a fall from his horse."
Portrait of Anne by Sir Godfrey Kneller (1646?-1723). Despite a succession of 18 pregnancies, Anne died childless like her elder sister Mary
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Anne (1702-14)
Born in 1665, the younger daughter of James VII and II by his first wife, Anne Hyde, Queen Anne inherited the throne in 1702. She came to Scotland as a 15-year-old when her father was Lord High Commissioner at Holyroodhouse, enjoying the balls and entertainments, but poor health in later years meant that she never made the journey north again. She was married at 18 to Prince George of Denmark, whom she loved devotedly, but her 18 pregnancies all ended in miscarriage, stillbirth or the birth of babies who did not live beyond childhood. Only William, Duke of Gloucester survived his earliest years, but he suffered from hydrocephalus and died five days after his eleventh birthday.
During Queen Anne's reign, Scotland and England found it increasingly difficult to co-exist peacefully, for their separate parliaments had conflicting foreign and economic policies. Eventually, the situation became so unstable that the Union of the Crowns itself seemed to be in danger. In 1701, England settled the succession of the Protestant Sophia of Hanover, granddaughter of James VI and I, but two years later the Scots declared that they were free to choose someone else, the implication being that they might select the exiled Jacobite claimant, James VII and II's son.


The situation was untenable. After months of bitter debate, the anti-Unionists led by Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun were finally defeated and the Scottish Parliament agreed that henceforth the kingdoms of Scotland and England would be united as Great Britain, with one parliament. The Hanoverian succession was thereby recognised, there would in future be freedom of trade, the coinage, weights and measures would be uniform and Scotland would be represented in Parliament by 45 MPs and 16 elected peers. The Treaty of Union came into effect on 1 May 1707.


Many Scots disliked the Treaty of Union, for they had favoured a federal rather than an incorporating union, and in the final years of Queen Anne's reign there was widespread disappointment when the hoped-for economic benefits were not immediately forthcoming. Moreover, the Jacobites continued to support the exiled Prince James Francis Edward. In 1714, Queen Anne died, the last Stuart monarch. Sophia of Hanover had died only a few weeks previously, and so her eldest son George, Elector of Hanover now became George I of Great Britain."









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                                   _____________________________________|
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                                  |                                     |_______________________________________________
                                  |                                                                                     
 _WILLIAM II of Orange of England_|
| (1630 - 1702)                   |
|                                 |                                      _______________________________________________
|                                 |                                     |                                               
|                                 |_____________________________________|
|                                                                       |
|                                                                       |_______________________________________________
|                                                                                                                       
|
|--WILLIAM III of Orange of England
|  (1650 - 1702)
|                                                                        _JAMES STEWART\STUART I of England-VI Scotland_+
|                                                                       | (1566 - 1625) m 1589                          
|                                  _CHARLES I STUART Scotland & England_|
|                                 | (1600 - 1649) m 1625                |
|                                 |                                     |_ANNE af Danmark of Denmark____________________+
|                                 |                                       (1574 - 1619) m 1589                          
|_MARY STUART ____________________|
  (1631 - 1660)                   |
                                  |                                      _HENRI IV "le Grand " de BOURBON of France_____+
                                  |                                     | (1554 - 1610) m 1600                          
                                  |_HENRIETTA MARIA de BOURBON _________|
                                    (1609 - 1669) m 1625                |
                                                                        |_MARIE de MEDICI ______________________________
                                                                          (1573 - 1642) m 1600                          

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John David CONEY


!LIVING

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Olive EDWARDS

ABT 1779 - ____

ID Number: I93760

  • RESIDENCE: Scituate, Providence Co. RI
  • BIRTH: ABT 1779
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3454]
Father: Nicholas EDWARDS Jr.
Mother: Marcy EDWARDS


Family 1 : Joseph EDWARDS
  1.  John EDWARDS
  2.  Isabelle EDWARDS
  3.  Luranna EDWARDS
  4.  Benjamine EDWARDS
  5.  Nicholas EDWARDS

                                               _William EDWARDS ____
                                              | (1692 - ....)       
                        _Nicholas EDWARDS Sr._|
                       | (1722 - ....)        |
                       |                      |_____________________
                       |                                            
 _Nicholas EDWARDS Jr._|
| (1748 - 1812) m 1768 |
|                      |                       _____________________
|                      |                      |                     
|                      |______________________|
|                                             |
|                                             |_____________________
|                                                                   
|
|--Olive EDWARDS 
|  (1779 - ....)
|                                              _William EDWARDS ____
|                                             | (1692 - ....)       
|                       _William EDWARDS _____|
|                      | (1720 - ....)        |
|                      |                      |_____________________
|                      |                                            
|_Marcy EDWARDS _______|
  (1749 - 1838) m 1768 |
                       |                       _____________________
                       |                      |                     
                       |______________________|
                                              |
                                              |_____________________
                                                                    

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Elmer JOHNSON

1908 - ____

ID Number: I6704

  • RESIDENCE: Cherry Co. NE
  • BIRTH: 1908, NE
  • RESOURCES: See: [S301]
Father: Perry Elmer JOHNSON
Mother: Lillian Ellen CARTER


Notes


CENSUS RECORDS 1920 Cherry Co., NE census (enumerated with parents)


                                                         _____________________
                                                        |                     
                         _______________________________|
                        |                               |
                        |                               |_____________________
                        |                                                     
 _Perry Elmer JOHNSON __|
| (1872 - 1912) m 1892  |
|                       |                                _____________________
|                       |                               |                     
|                       |_______________________________|
|                                                       |
|                                                       |_____________________
|                                                                             
|
|--Elmer JOHNSON 
|  (1908 - ....)
|                                                        _Peter CARTER _______+
|                                                       | (1822 - 1890) m 1839
|                        _Benjamin Franklin CARTER _____|
|                       | (1845 - 1922) m 1868          |
|                       |                               |_Parthena BLAIR _____+
|                       |                                 (1823 - 1901) m 1839
|_Lillian Ellen CARTER _|
  (1875 - 1959) m 1892  |
                        |                                _____________________
                        |                               |                     
                        |_Susannah Caroline WILLIAMSON _|
                          (1851 - 1942) m 1868          |
                                                        |_____________________
                                                                              

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Hon. Nathaniel JOHNSON Gov.of South Carolina

7 Apr 1644 - Jul 1712

ID Number: I17319

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: Knt. Governor Of Leeward Islands, W.Ind. & Of South Carolina
  • RESIDENCE: Durham, ENG & W, Indies & Charleston, SC
  • BIRTH: 7 Apr 1644, Kibbelsworth, Durham, ENG
  • DEATH: Jul 1712, Plantation "Silk Hope", SC
  • RESOURCES: See: UNPROVEN FATHER-SEE NOTES [S541] [S1144]
Father: William JOHNSON
Mother: Margaret SHERWOOD


Family 1 : Ann OVERTON
  1. +Margaret JOHNSON?
  2.  Robert JOHNSON Colonial SOUTH CAROLINA

Notes


UNPROVEN FATHER OF MARGARET: All the accounts past and present agree that it is probable that Margaret, wife of Jonah Lynch was daughter of Governor Sir Nathaniel Johnson, but no one has found proof.


From SC Hist Gen Mag, Vol. 38, No. 4, page 109: And Ramsey's "History of South Carolina", page 258.


Sir Nathaniel Johnson was born near Durham, ENG, 7 apr 1644. His parents were William Johnson and Margaret Sherwood. He served as soldier and Member of Parliament.


He was knighted in 1683. In 1686 he was appointed Governoir of the Leeward Islands in the West Indies. In 1689 he came to South Carolina, where he had already received large grants of land and had imported large numbers of servants. There he tried various experiments in producing silk, vineyards and salt-making. His plantation in St. Thomas Parish near Charleston was named "Silk Hope".


The Lords Proprietors commissioned him Governor of Carolina on 18 Jun 1702. "He was an intelligent and useful citizen, an able and upright man".


As Governor Johnson's wife and children were travelling to England they were taken prisoners by the French and held for over a year. The hardships suffered caused Lady Johnson's death.


Some of the children of Gov. Sir Nathaniel Johnson are:


Robert 1677-1735 - Gov of SC 1717-1719 under the Proprietors. Also the first governor after SC became a royal province. Married Margaret Bonner.


Capt. William Johnson killed in the East Indies while commanding in a British war-ship.


Anne married 1783 Col. Thomas Broughton, Lt. Gov. of SC 1730 to death 1737.


A daughter who married Archibald Hutchinson, whom Robert Johnson in his will calls brother-in-law.


Possibly Margaret, wife of Jonah Lynch.


[S541]


                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _William JOHNSON ____|
| (1610 - ....)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Nathaniel JOHNSON Gov.of South Carolina
|  (1644 - 1712)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Margaret SHERWOOD __|
  (1620 - ....)       |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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Frances Rosella KENNER

ABT 1840 - ____

ID Number: I70985

  • RESIDENCE: Ascension Parish and New Orleans, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1840
  • RESOURCES: See: [S765]
Father: Duncan Farrar KENNER C.S.A.
Mother: Annie Guillemine Nanine BRINGIER of "White Hall"


Family 1 : Joseph Lancaster BRENT C.S.A.
  1.  Duncan Kenner BRENT

                                                                                _____________________________________________________________
                                                                               |                                                             
                                                    _William KENNER ___________|
                                                   | (1776 - 1823) m 1806      |
                                                   |                           |_____________________________________________________________
                                                   |                                                                                         
 _Duncan Farrar KENNER C.S.A.______________________|
| (1813 - 1887)                                    |
|                                                  |                            _____________________________________________________________
|                                                  |                           |                                                             
|                                                  |_Mary MINOR _______________|
|                                                    (1787 - 1814) m 1806      |
|                                                                              |_____________________________________________________________
|                                                                                                                                            
|
|--Frances Rosella KENNER 
|  (1840 - ....)
|                                                                               _Marius Pons of "La Maison Blanche" BRINGIER "the Immigrant"_
|                                                                              | (1760 - 1820)                                               
|                                                   _Michel Douradou BRINGIER _|
|                                                  | (1789 - 1847) m 1812      |
|                                                  |                           |_Marie Frances DURAND _______________________________________
|                                                  |                             (1760 - ....)                                               
|_Annie Guillemine Nanine BRINGIER of "White Hall"_|
  (1822 - 1911)                                    |
                                                   |                            _Pierre Francois DU BOURG Chevalier de St. Louis_____________
                                                   |                           | (1770 - ....)                                               
                                                   |_Elizabeth Aglae DU BOURG _|
                                                     (1798 - 1878) m 1812      |
                                                                               |_____________________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                             

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Isaac LENOIR "the Immigrant"

ABT 1670 - 4 Aug 1723

ID Number: I83589

  • RESIDENCE: Switzerland and Philadelphia, PA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1670, Switzerland
  • DEATH: 4 Aug 1723, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3115]

Family 1 : Ann OLDFIELD?
  1. +Thomas LENOIR Sr.
  2. +Ann LENOIR

Notes


Arrived in New York ca1695, maybe from Barbados. A deed shows he bought land in NJ in 1695. Family settled in Jamaica. LI, then Philadelphia, then maybe NJ.
Marriage 1 Ann
Children:
2 Isaac ,Jr. LENOIR b: Abt 1696 d: PB. BEF. 1740
2 Thomas * LENOIR b: Abt 05 MAY 1700 d: Aft 14 MAY 1765 + Mourning * CRAWLEY b: 02 MAY 1709 d: Abt 1800
2 Francis LENOIR b: Abt 1700
2 Ann LENOIR b: Abt 1701 d: 12 FEB 1791 + William MICHENER + John SCHOLFIELD b: Abt 1701 d: Abt 1759
2 John LENOIR

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Wilson PENN

1770 - 20 May 1811

ID Number: I21235

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst and Patrick and Elbert Co. GA
  • BIRTH: 1770, Amherst Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 20 May 1811, Elbert Co. Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 1NVR-5B6) [S706] [S719] [S2481]
Father: George PENN II
Mother: Sarah LEA\LEE


Family 1 : Frances TALIAFERRO
  1.  Richard PENN
  2. +Mary PENN
  3. +Sarah Daniel PENN
  4. +Ann Frances PENN

Notes


Named in Will of George Penn, 1790. Will of Wilson Penn - 1811 (Abstract) [Contributed by Rita Hand gaatlanta@aol.com] Recorded in Will Book 1809-1812, pages 252-254, Elbert Co., GA: Instructs my beloved wife Frances Penn along with executors, my friends Benjamin Taliaferro, Doctor John G. (or T.) Gilmer and Thomson Watkins, to sell half of stock and cattle to pay just debts. Whenever deemed to the advantage & benefit of wife and children, dispose of landed estate. Use monies remaining from sale of stock and from disposal of land to purchase land again "whenever my beloved wife may wish". Land so purchased and all other property for use of wife and children to be given them as they marry or become of lawful age. Witnesses, Benjamin Higginbotham, Caleb Higginbotham, William Brown, Charles Williford, swore in court 4 Nov 1811 before Justices of Inferior Court, Archilles Jarratt & Wes (?) Fortson. Will recorded 9 Jan 1812. A. Pope cco


                                             _John PENN I_________+
                                            | (1650 - ....) m 1685
                       _George PENN I_______|
                      | (1706 - 1749) m 1730|
                      |                     |_Lucy GRANVILLE? ____+
                      |                       (1660 - 1741) m 1685
 _George PENN II______|
| (1737 - 1790) m 1760|
|                     |                      _Charles FLEMING ____+
|                     |                     | (1650 - 1717) m 1680
|                     |_Ann FLEMING ________|
|                       (1706 - 1794) m 1730|
|                                           |_Susannah TARLETON __+
|                                             (1661 - 1717) m 1680
|
|--Wilson PENN 
|  (1770 - 1811)
|                                            _John LEA\LEIGH _____+
|                                           | (1677 - 1727) m 1699
|                      _William LEA\LEE Sr._|
|                     | (1710 - 1770)       |
|                     |                     |_Ann TAYLOR _________+
|                     |                       (1683 - 1731) m 1699
|_Sarah LEA\LEE ______|
  (1740 - 1783) m 1760|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Rachel AMBROSE? ____|
                        (1710 - ....)       |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Bulia Ann SCHOOLER

1811 - Apr 1887

ID Number: I102859

  • RESIDENCE: KY and Fentress Co. TN
  • BIRTH: 1811, Kentucky
  • DEATH: Apr 1887, Jamestown, Fentress Co. Tennessee
  • BURIAL: Jamestown Cem. Fentress Co. Tennessee
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2362] [S3723]
Father: Joseph Hawkins SCHOOLER
Mother: Dorthea S. "Dolly" QUISENBERRY


Family 1 : Abner PHILLIPS
  1.  Joseph Cornelius PHILLIPS C.S.A.

                                                              _John SCHOOLER ________+
                                                             | (1705 - 1784) m 1722  
                                   _Joseph SCHOOLER _________|
                                  | (1742 - ....)            |
                                  |                          |_Martha WHARTON _______+
                                  |                            (1705 - 1796) m 1722  
 _Joseph Hawkins SCHOOLER ________|
| (1777 - 1841) m 1810            |
|                                 |                           _Nathan HAWKINS _______+
|                                 |                          | (1720 - ....)         
|                                 |_Nancy Catherine HAWKINS _|
|                                   (1750 - 1815)            |
|                                                            |_Catherine HAYDON _____
|                                                              (1730 - ....)         
|
|--Bulia Ann SCHOOLER 
|  (1811 - 1887)
|                                                             _Aaron QUISENBERRY Sr._+
|                                                            | (1725 - 1795) m 1748  
|                                  _Moses QUISENBERRY _______|
|                                 | (1748 - 1805) m 1768     |
|                                 |                          |_Joyce DUDLEY? ________
|                                 |                            (1728 - 1795) m 1748  
|_Dorthea S. "Dolly" QUISENBERRY _|
  (1788 - 1859) m 1810            |
                                  |                           _Henry GATEWOOD Jr.____+
                                  |                          | (1720 - 1799) m 1740  
                                  |_Mary GATEWOOD ___________|
                                    (1745 - 1814) m 1768     |
                                                             |_Mary CRUTCHER? _______
                                                               (1724 - 1774) m 1740  

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Elvira STARK

18 Mar 1859 - ____

ID Number: I67668

  • RESIDENCE: Miller Co. MO
  • BIRTH: 18 Mar 1859, Miller Co. MO
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1985] [S2809]
Father: Charles STARK
Mother: Elizabeth MANES


Notes


Elvira Stark, born June 1860 in Franklin Township, Miller County, Missouri. She married in that county on March 29, 1877 to Wesley Houston Hall.

                                                  _Jeremiah STARK _____+
                                                 | (1749 - 1824) m 1773
                       _James STARK _____________|
                      | (1785 - ....)            |
                      |                          |_Mary KING __________+
                      |                            (1759 - 1831) m 1773
 _Charles STARK ______|
| (1802 - 1882) m 1836|
|                     |                           _____________________
|                     |                          |                     
|                     |__________________________|
|                                                |
|                                                |_____________________
|                                                                      
|
|--Elvira STARK 
|  (1859 - ....)
|                                                 _____________________
|                                                |                     
|                      _James MANES _____________|
|                     | (1780 - ....) m 1810     |
|                     |                          |_____________________
|                     |                                                
|_Elizabeth MANES ____|
  (1820 - 1911) m 1836|
                      |                           _John KELSAY Jr._____+
                      |                          | (1745 - 1830) m 1775
                      |_Margaret "Peggy" KELSAY _|
                        (1790 - ....) m 1810     |
                                                 |_Mary ANDERSON ______
                                                   (1750 - 1794) m 1775

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Anthony WADDY

ABT 1670 - ABT 1742

ID Number: I45781

  • RESIDENCE: New Kent Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1670
  • DEATH: ABT 1742
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1650]
Father: Samuel WADDY


Family 1 : Sarah PARKE
  1. +Elizabeth WADDY
  2.  Hannah WADDY

Notes


Anthony Waddy married, as his first wife, Ann Parke, probably a sister of Sarah Parke and they had at least one daughter, Hannah.


October 29, 1731 p. 282 Orderd into one precinct for processioning all the Lands below Horsly's Mill, upon a Strait Line to Chickahominy Swamp,and to the Extent of this parish downwards, Robt Horsley and John Ellet,to see the said processioning performd, Who made the following return, (viz) Pursuant to this within Ordr, We the Subscribers have procession'd the Land of Joseph Baughon, Simon Wooddy, Wm Bostick, John Philips, Wm Leak, Richd Leak,Anthony Waddy, Walter Leak,Walter Chapman, Col John Fleming, Wm Reynolds, John Hopkins, John Goodwin, Robt Wood, Henry Crumpton, Henry Kerby, Thos Logwood, JohnThorp, Richd Crafford, Abraham Burnet, David Anderson, Geo Barker, RobtVier, Chas Thorp, Robt Strange, Wm Thorp, Michl Tucker, Amos Tucker, Geo Adams, Edmd Willis, Lewis Wadkins Robt Horsly, John Ellett


In 1714, Mr John Park and Anthony Waddy's tithables be added to John Bacon's precinct for clearing the highway (very likely, Anthony Waddy was living with his father in law, John Park) Anthony Waddy was a patentee of lands on Locust Creek in 1721. He married second to Sarah Parke, daughter of John Parke, of New Kent County, Virginia. By 1733 he was living in St. Martin's Parish, Havover County, Virginia. On 9 January 1733 he sold land adjoining Mechumps Creek, Hanover County,Virginia, to John Anderson (whose property adjoined that of Francis Smith and Elizabeth Waddy Smith)


From THE SMALL BOOK, 1734-1735. Hanover County, VA


Anthony Waddy to Thomas Prosser, 150 a. adj: John Anderson. John Lancastcr (Jos. Bayon & Robt. Sharp)


witness Anthony Waddy, of St. Martin's Parish, to Thomas Prosser of Sr. Paul's Parish, adj: John Anderson, & on Machumpäs Creek. Witness John Lancaster, Jos. Bayhorn & Robt. Smith P. 295 & 296 (228)


At a Vestry held for Saint Pauls Parish the Eleventh day of Septemb'r, 1739. "Ordered into one precinct for processioning the Lands of George Vaughn, Widdow Frazer, John Joyner, Benj. Alsop, Martin Baker, William Thacker, John Ragland, Anthony Winston's Orphans, Anthony Waddy, Chas. Lewis, Rich'd Harris, Barbara Winston, John Bacon, Rich'd Harris's Orphans and that George Vaughn and Wm. Thacker do see the said processioning performd, who made the following return, According to the within order the Lands within mention'd hath been peaceably processioned in presence of the proprietors, & us the Subscribers, March 1739. Test: Matthew Pate, Thos. Baker."


Anthony Waddy apparently died in early 1742, as William Allen was appointed overseer of the part of the road, in Louisa County, for which Anthony Waddy had been overseer)


Children:
Mary Waddy b. 1711 New Kent, VA, Amer Col
Anthony Waddy b. 1714 New Kent, VA, Amer Col
Elizabeth Waddy b. About. 1716 New Kent, VA, Amer Col
Samuel Waddy b. About. 1719 New Kent, VA, Amer Col
Sarah Waddy b. About. 1721
daughter Waddy b. About. 1723
John Waddy b. 28 Oct 1725 in St. Peters Par., Hanover, VA, Amer Col
Frances Waddy b. 19 Jun 1729 New Kent, VA, Amer Col



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                                            |  
                       _Anthony WADDY ______|
                      | (1610 - ....)       |
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 _Samuel WADDY _______|
| (1653 - ....)       |
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|--Anthony WADDY 
|  (1670 - 1742)
|                                            __
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|                      _____________________|
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|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      __
                      |                     |  
                      |_____________________|
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