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Henry MATLOCK MEDLOCK

ABT 1750 - ____

ID Number: I75795

  • RESIDENCE: of Pitts Co. VA and Anson Co. NC and Warren Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2891]
Father: Charles MATLOCK MEDLOCK


Notes


15. Susanna Medlock - daughter of Henry Medlock and Kerenhappuch Sanford. Henry is the son of Col Charles Medlock of NC/Ga. Susanna sued the estate of Geo Medlock,dec Ga 1800 for her inheritance of two slaves. A power of attorney for Joseph Sanford (Hancock Co Deed Book K p. 115-117 - Also see Min of the US Circuit Court..1790-1860 film FHL 1405275 p. 360, 465 and Hancock Co 1812 Tax digest p. 90)

                                                      _John MATLOCK MEDLOCK Jr._+
                                                     | (1658 - 1733) m 1689     
                            _George MATLOCK MEDLOCK _|
                           | (1701 - 1800)           |
                           |                         |_Hester WATSON ___________
                           |                           (1660 - ....) m 1689     
 _Charles MATLOCK MEDLOCK _|
| (1721 - 1797)            |
|                          |                          __________________________
|                          |                         |                          
|                          |_________________________|
|                                                    |
|                                                    |__________________________
|                                                                               
|
|--Henry MATLOCK MEDLOCK 
|  (1750 - ....)
|                                                     __________________________
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|                           _________________________|
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|__________________________|
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Elizabeth CHRISTIAN

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I86029

  • RESIDENCE: VA and Elbert Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730, prob. Virginia
  • DEATH: Elbert Co. Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3165]

Family 1 : William BRADLEY
  1. +Elizabeth BRADLEY
  2. +Martha BRADLEY

Notes


Surname provide by Brett A. Martin

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ROBERT FERRER Esq.

ABT 1500 - ____

ID Number: I44900

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1500
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1531]

Family 1 :
  1.  ALICE FERRER

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Lucy Coleman GRAVES

8 Sep 1817 - ____

ID Number: I82708


Family 1 : Joseph J. GOODWIN

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[S3091]


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Gen. George Paul HARRISON Sr. C.S.A.

19 Oct 1813 - 14 May 1888

ID Number: I88399

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA; Planter, Owner of Monteith Plantation
  • RESIDENCE: Monteith Plantation, Savannah, Chatham Co. GA
  • BIRTH: 19 Oct 1813, Effingham Co. Georgia
  • DEATH: 14 May 1888, Monteith, Georgia
  • BURIAL: Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: notes Bio LDS [S3382] [S3419]
Father: William S. HARRISON of Monteith Plantation
Mother: Mary KELLER


Family 1 : Thuresa (Thurza) Adelaide GUINN
  1.  George Paul HARRISON Jr. C.S.A.
  2.  Camilla HARRISON

Notes


George Paul Harrison b. 19 Oct 1813 in Effingham County, Georgia


From: jamesknechtmann@hotmail.com "To the Editor: It was with great pleasure that I read the biographical sketch on General George Paul Harrison, Jr. in "Confederate Images" for the September/October 2003 issue. General Harrison was my first cousin, fourth removed, and earlier this year I joined the MOSB under his name.


With regard to General Harrison promotion to brigadier-general, I would like to point out that Lt. Col. Charles Colcock Jones, in his "Roster of Confederate General Officers," cites an order with the date of rank of February 7, 1865. If this is correct, General Harrison was the third youngest general officer of the Confederate Army.


General Harrison's father, George P. Harrison, Sr., it should be noted, was the commanding general of the militia brigade whose men seized Fort Pulaski on January 3, 1861, and was later the Commanding General of the 1st Brigade, Georgia State Troops, part of the State Army raised for the purpose of bolstering the Confederate forces defending the Georgia coast in the Fall of 1861 and commanded by Major-General Henry R. Jackson. Captured by Sherman's troops at Monteith Plantation on December 9, 1864, George P. Harrison, Sr., was imprisoned first on Hilton Head and then at Point Lookout. He described the pitiful conditions at Hilton Head in a letter to his friend, Confederate Representative Julian Hartridge, and likewise pointed out to the Confederate government the miserable treatment of the Immortal 600 at Hilton Head.


In that regard, it may also be of general interest to the SCV that George P. Harrison, Sr.'s younger brother was Captain Harris Kollock Harrison, commanding officer of Company E, 7th Georgia Cavalry, and one of the Immortal 600. Captain Harrison was very close to my great-great-great-grandmother, his sister, when they were children, the two of them being the youngest of their family. Their father, Colonel William S. Harrison, commanded the 2nd (Chatham County) Battalion of the Georgia Militia during the War of 1812."


Warmest Confederate Regards,


James Allen Knechtmann
President Jefferson Davis Chapter #1, Military Order of the Stars & Bars
The Stainless Banner Camp #1440


SAVANNAH'S ROLL OF HONOR.
Those marked thus * were killed; those marked died in service or since the war; and those marked were wounded.


MAJOR-GENERALS
J. F. Gilmer, Geo. P. Harrison, Commodore J. Tatnall.


BRIGADIER-GENERALS
R. H. Anderson, Isaac W. Avery, Ed. C. Anderson, Francis S. Bartow,* J. S. Bowen,* William R. Boggs, Henry R. Jackson, W. W. Kirkland, A. R. Lawton, H. W. Mercer, G. Moxley Sorrell.


COLONELS
Edward C. Anderson, Joseph S. Claghorn, Winder P. Johnson, George A. Gordon, Charles A. L. Lamar,* J. M. Millen,* Charles H. Olmstead, F. W. Simms, W. R. Symons, W. T. Thompson, J. F. Waring, W. M. Wadley, Charlton H. Way, R. A. Wayne, Aaron Wilbur.


LIEUTENANT-COLONELS
George R. Black, Richard J. Davant, Jr., Martin J. Ford, B. B. Ferrill, C. C. Jones, W. R. Pritchard, W. S. Rockwell, John Screven.


MAJORS
George W. Anderson, W. S. Basinger, P. H. Behn, T. D. Bertody, A. Bonaud, Henry Bryan, John Cunningham, H. N. Davenport, R. W. B. Elliott, John Foley, T. J. Charlton, John M. Guerard, Geo. R. Giles, Jno. B. Gallie,* E. L. Holcombe, A. L.


Hartridge, J. L. Holcombe,* Charles S. Hardee, B. W. Hardee, J. C. Habersham, J. M. Johnston, W. S. Lawton, S. Yates Levy, J. C. Le Hardy, McPherson B. Millen, D. H. Morrisson, J. T. McFarland, J. B. Read, James T. Stewart, W. F. Shellman, J.
G. Thomas, Joseph C. Thompson, J. J. Waring, W. D. Waples, W. H. Wiltberger, J. S. Williams.
Source: http://www.rootsweb.com/~gachatha/68honor.htm


GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,
Milledgeville, Ga., Nov. 6, 1861.


Fellow-Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives:


[. . .]


Early in September, I visited the coast and inspected the fortifications and batteries which had been thrown up by Confederate authority. I was fully satisfied that the number of troops upon the coast in the Confederate service, was entirely inadequate to its defence, and as no requisition was made upon me for any increase of the force, I felt it to be my duty to call out State troops and increase the force as soon as possible. It is true the State was not invaded, but the danger was considered so imminent as to admit of no further delay, and I was of opinion that my action was justified by both the letter and spirit of the Constitution of the Confederate States.


In the early part of September last, I appointed Gen. George P. Harrison, of Chatham county, a Brigadier General, under the act of the last session of the Legislature, and ordered him to organize a Brigade of volunteers, armed as far as we had the means with military weapons and the balance with good country rifles and shot guns, and to throw them into camp of instruction near the coast where they could readily be used when needed. Gen. Harrison has pressed forward the organization with his characteristic promptness and energy, and now has a fine Brigade under his command. I have also, within the last few days appointed Maj. F. W. Capers, a Brigadier General and ordered him to take command of the second Brigade now about organized.
Source: State of Georgia. General Assembly. Senate. Journal of the Senate of the State of Georgia, at the Annual Session of the General Assembly, Begun and Held in Milledgeville, the Seat of Government, in 1861 (Milledgeville, Georgia: Boughton, Nisbet & Barnes, State Printers, 1861), 8, 17-18.


Executive Department,
Milledgeville, Nov. 11th, 1861.


To the Senate:--I have appointed George P. Harrison, a Brigadier General, under the Act of the Legislature assented to 18th December, 1860, to command the first Brigade of Georgia Volunteers for the defense of the State; and I have appointed
Francis W. Capers a Brigadier General to command the second Brigade. I respectfully ask the advice and consent of the Senate in confirmation of these appointments. JOSEPH E. BROWN.


Source: State of Georgia. General Assembly. Senate. Journal of the Senate of the State of Georgia, at the Annual Session of the General Assembly, Begun and Held in Milledgeville, the Seat of Government, in 1861 (Milledgeville, Georgia: Boughton, Nisbet & Barnes, State Printers, 1861), 54.


November 12th, 1861


Resolved, That the Secretary of the Senate inform the Governor that the Senate has agreed and consented and confirmed the nomination of Geo. P. Harrison, as Brigadier General of the first Brigade; and Francis W. Capers, as Brigadier General of the second Brigade; and that the Secretary read the Journal in Executive session; and after this session shall terminate, the same shall be deposited in the office of the Secretary of State. In the meantime the Secretary shall keep said Journal under secrecy until removed by order of the Senate.
Source: State of Georgia. General Assembly. Senate. Journal of the Senate of the State of Georgia, at the Annual Session of the General Assembly, Begun and Held in Milledgeville, the Seat of Government, in 1861 (Milledgeville, Georgia: Boughton, Nisbet & Barnes, State Printers, 1861), 64.


GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,
Milledgeville, Ga., Nov. 6, 1862.


To the Senate and House of Representatives:


[. . .]


STATE TROOPS.


In compliance with the resolution of the General Assembly passed at its last session, directing me to transfer the State troops to the Confederacy with the consent of the troops, I ordered the question of transfer to be submitted to a fair vote of each organized body of troops, and the majority against the transfer amounted almost to unanimity. Soon after the passage of the Conscription Act, however, which passed after the expiration of the term of enlistment of part of the men, but a short time before the end of the term of much the larger portion of them, the Secretary of War informed me that all the State troops between 18 and 35 years of age must go into the Confederate service. At that time an attack upon the city of Savannah was daily expected, and for the purpose of avoiding conflict and collision with the Confederate authorities in the face of the enemy, I agreed to yield the point, and I immediately tendered the State Army to Brigadier General Lawton, who then commanded the Military District of Georgia, Major General Henry R. Jackson, who commanded the State troops, having retired from the command to prevent all embarrassment. General Lawton accepted the tender, and assumed the command of the troops. The claim made by the Secretary of War did not include those under 18 or over 35 years of age, but it was thought best to tender the whole together, as the detachment of those between 18 and 35 from each organization would have disorganized the entire force. While referring to the subject, I feel it a duty which I owe to the gallant officers and brave men who composed the State Army, to say that they were, at the time of the transfer, as thoroughly organized, trained and disciplined, as probably any body of troops of equal number on the continent, who had not been a much longer time in the field. They had performed, without murmur, an almost incredible amount of labor in erecting fortifications and field works necessary to the protection of the city, and had made their position so strong as to deter the enemy, with a force of vastly superior numbers, from making an attack. While they regretted that an opportunity did not offer to show their courage and efficiency upon the battle-field, they stood, like a bulwark of stout hearts and strong arms, between the city and the enemy, and by their chivalrous bearing and energetic preparation, in connection with the smaller number of brave Confederate troops near, saved the city from attack and capture, without bloodshed and carnage. It is but justice to Major General Jackson, that it be remarked, that he had, with untiring energy and consummate ability, pressed forward the preparation of the defenses and the training of the army, and that the people of Georgia owe much of gratitude to him for the safety of the city of Savannah and its present freedom from the tyrannical rule of the enemy. There is not, probably, an intelligent, impartial man in the State who does not regret that the services of this
distinguished son of Georgia should not have been properly appreciated by the Confederate authorities, and that he should not, after the Georgia army was transferred, have been invited by the President to a command equal to his well known ability and merit. This was requested by the Executive of this State, which request was presented to the President by her entire delegation in Congress. It is also due Brigadier Generals George P. Harrison, F. W. Capers, and W. H. T. Walker, that their names be honorably mentioned for enlightened generalship and efficiency as commanders of their respective brigades. The Executive of the State, appreciating the merits of these officers, asked for positions for them, as commanders in the armies of the Confederacy, but neither of them, so far as I know, has been tendered any command. If this might be excused as to Generals Harrison and Capers, on the ground that they were not graduates of West Point and old army officers, though one of them has a thorough military education, and the other is known to be a most valuable, energetic military man, having the confidence of the whole people of the State, this excuse does not apply in the case of General Walker, who is a son of Georgia, a graduate of West Point and an old soldier, who has shed his blood in his country's service on many a battle field.
His ability and gallantry are acknowledged by all who admire cool courage and high-toned chivalry. But no one of the Georgia Generals who commanded her State army has since been invited to a position, and even this gallant old soldier is permitted to remain in retirement, while thousands of Georgia troops who entered the service of the Confederacy under requisitions upon the State, and whose right, under the Constitution, to be commanded by Generals appointed by the State is too clear to admit of doubt, are thrown under the command of Generals appointed from other States, many of whom have had neither the experience in service, nor the distinction, which General Walker has, while confronting the enemies of his country, purchased with his blood upon the battle field.
Source: State of Georgia. General Assembly. Senate. Journal of the Senate of the State of Georgia, at the Annual Session of the General Assembly, Begun and Held in Milledgeville, the Seat of Government, in 1862 (Milledgeville, Georgia: Boughton, Nisbet & Barnes, State Printers, 1862), 6, 11-13.


" The Secession movement of the Southern States in 1860 met the hearty approval of the citizens of Savannah, which was the first city in the State to move in the glorious cause of resistance to Radical rule. The announcement of the secession of South Carolina, in December of this year, was hailed with delight and created the wildest enthusiasm. A secession flag, bearing the representation of a large rattlesnake, with the inscription "DON'T TREAD ON ME," was unfurled from the top of the Greene monument, in Johnson square. Patriotic speeches were made, and every assurance given that the citizens would heartily co-operate with South Carolina. The old volunteer companies, the Chatham Artillery, Savannah Volunteer Guards, Republican Blues, Georgia Hussars, Phoenix Riflemen, Irish Jasper Greens, Oglethorpe Light Infantry, DeKalb Riflemen, and German Volunteers, promptly tendered their services for any duty that might be required of them. Their ranks were daily increased by volunteers and numerous other companies were organized.


The call for a state convention to assemble and act upon the question of secession originated in Savannah, and met with ready response throughout the State. On the 2d of January, 1861, an election for delegates to the convention was held. Captain Francis S. Bartow, Captain John W. Anderson, and Colonel A. S. Jones, nominees of the party favoring immediate secession and separate State action, were unanimously elected.


The citizens of Savannah, after hearing of the evacuation of Fort Moultrie and occupation of Fort Sumter by the United States forces under Major Anderson, determined to seize Fort Pulaski, being convinced that the policy of the United States government was to provoke a war, and in furtherance of the policy would hold all the forts commanding the harbors of the Southern States. A meeting of the citizens was held in a room in Battersby's buildings, at the southwest corner of Bay and Drayton streets, at which were present all of the officers and a number of men of the volunteer companies of Savannah. It was determined to seize and occupy the fort whether sanctioned by the Governor or not, but as a matter of prudence he was notified and his permission asked, which was granted. Accordingly, on the third day of January, 1861, Colonel A. R. Lawton marshalled the Savannah Volunteer Guards, Captain (now Colonel) John Screven; the Oglethorpe Light Infantry, Captain Francis S. Bartow (afterward promoted to the rank of Brigadier-General, and killed at the battle of Manassas), and two detachments from the Chatham Artillery, Captain (now Colonel) Joseph S. Claghorn, and proceeded to the fort and took formal possession of it in the name of the State of Georgia--the small garrison, under command of an ordnance sergeant, making no resistance.


The adoption of the ordinance of secession by the State convention at Milledgeville was hailed with a delight equal to that manifested at the secession of South Carolina. All prepared for the conflict which they saw was inevitable. General A. R. Lawton was placed in command of this department, and under his orders Fort Jackson and the Oglethorpe barracks were seized and occupied by Savannah's soldiers.


The State convention reassembled in Savannah, in the Masonic hall, on the seventh day of March, 1861, and after framing a constitution for the State adjourned on the 23d of March.


The day after the assembling of the convention the flag of the Confederate States of America was thrown to the breeze from the Custom House staff by Major W. J. McIntosh. A salute of seven guns--one for each State of the Confederacy--was fired in honor of the occasion."
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                                                                    _Benjamin HARRISON of Virginia______+
                                                                   | (1726 - 1791) m 1748               
                                              _Edward HARRISON ____|
                                             | (1780 - ....)       |
                                             |                     |_Elizabeth BASSETT _________________+
                                             |                       (1730 - 1792) m 1748               
 _William S. HARRISON of Monteith Plantation_|
| (1780 - 1834) m 1807                       |
|                                            |                      ____________________________________
|                                            |                     |                                    
|                                            |_____________________|
|                                                                  |
|                                                                  |____________________________________
|                                                                                                       
|
|--George Paul HARRISON Sr. C.S.A.
|  (1813 - 1888)
|                                                                   _George Adam KELLER "the Immigrant"_
|                                                                  | (1730 - 1794)                      
|                                             _George Paul KELLER _|
|                                            | (1760 - 1796)       |
|                                            |                     |____________________________________
|                                            |                                                          
|_Mary KELLER _______________________________|
  (1785 - ....) m 1807                       |
                                             |                      ____________________________________
                                             |                     |                                    
                                             |_____________________|
                                                                   |
                                                                   |____________________________________
                                                                                                        

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Elizabeth HEAD

ABT 1660 - ____

ID Number: I73425

  • RESIDENCE: Charles Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1660
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2149]

Family 1 : Jesse WHARTON
  1. +Henry WHARTON

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Benjamin HURT

ABT 1740 - ____

ID Number: I48221

  • RESIDENCE: King Wm and Amelia Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1022]
Father: William HURT Jr.
Mother: Rachel



                                                   _John HURT I_________+
                                                  | (1655 - 1723)       
                       _William "The Elder" HURT _|
                      | (1680 - 1749) m 1700      |
                      |                           |_Sarah WEBBER _______+
                      |                             (1655 - 1724)       
 _William HURT Jr.____|
| (1710 - 1796)       |
|                     |                            _____________________
|                     |                           |                     
|                     |_Ann_______________________|
|                       (1680 - 1749) m 1700      |
|                                                 |_____________________
|                                                                       
|
|--Benjamin HURT 
|  (1740 - ....)
|                                                  _____________________
|                                                 |                     
|                      ___________________________|
|                     |                           |
|                     |                           |_____________________
|                     |                                                 
|_Rachel______________|
  (1720 - ....)       |
                      |                            _____________________
                      |                           |                     
                      |___________________________|
                                                  |
                                                  |_____________________
                                                                        

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Sarah Ann Mahlia JOHNSON

ABT 1840 - ____

ID Number: I34729

  • RESIDENCE: Schley Co. GA?
  • BIRTH: ABT 1840
  • RESOURCES: See: [S968]

Family 1 : William Henry Harrison EDGE

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George LINDSAY

ABT 1823 - ____

ID Number: I25446

  • RESIDENCE: of Bourbon Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1823
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1584]
Father: Vachel Dorsey LINDSAY
Mother: Joanna A. JOHNSON



                                                _Anthony C. LINDSAY Sr._+
                                               | (1736 - 1808) m 1756   
                          _Vachel LINDSAY _____|
                         | (1773 - 1855) m 1792|
                         |                     |_Rachel Ann DORSEY _____+
                         |                       (1738 - 1805) m 1756   
 _Vachel Dorsey LINDSAY _|
| (1800 - 1854) m 1822   |
|                        |                      _Moses CUSENBERRY ______+
|                        |                     | (1740 - 1792) m 1760   
|                        |_Ann CUSENBERRY _____|
|                          (1774 - 1842) m 1792|
|                                              |_Ann____________________
|                                                (1740 - ....) m 1760   
|
|--George LINDSAY 
|  (1823 - ....)
|                                               ________________________
|                                              |                        
|                         _Benjamin JOHNSON ___|
|                        | (1780 - ....)       |
|                        |                     |________________________
|                        |                                              
|_Joanna A. JOHNSON _____|
  (1802 - 1872) m 1822   |
                         |                      ________________________
                         |                     |                        
                         |_Sarah DASHIELL _____|
                           (1780 - ....)       |
                                               |________________________
                                                                        

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Martha Jane PENDLETON

1827 - 1906

ID Number: I60821

  • RESIDENCE: Scott Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1827, Scott Co. VA
  • DEATH: 1906
  • BURIAL: Ira Taylor Cemetary-N. Clinchport #21
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2265]
Father: Samuel Guthrie PENDLETON
Mother: Rebecca SPENCER


Family 1 : James N. TAYLOR Jr.

                                                   _Benjamin PENDLETON __________+
                                                  | (1751 - 1833)                
                             _Reuben PENDLETON ___|
                            | (1777 - 1860)       |
                            |                     |_Frances Ball "Fanny" CARTER _+
                            |                       (1741 - 1791)                
 _Samuel Guthrie PENDLETON _|
| (1807 - 1837) m 1826      |
|                           |                      _Daniel GUTHRIE ______________
|                           |                     | (1737 - ....)                
|                           |_Patience GUTHRIE ___|
|                             (1780 - 1840)       |
|                                                 |_Jane NASH? __________________
|                                                   (1747 - ....)                
|
|--Martha Jane PENDLETON 
|  (1827 - 1906)
|                                                  ______________________________
|                                                 |                              
|                            _____________________|
|                           |                     |
|                           |                     |______________________________
|                           |                                                    
|_Rebecca SPENCER __________|
  (1800 - 1837) m 1826      |
                            |                      ______________________________
                            |                     |                              
                            |_____________________|
                                                  |
                                                  |______________________________
                                                                                 

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William REMY

1672 - 1738

ID Number: I98570

  • RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1672
  • DEATH: 1738
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S3578]
Father: Jacob REMY


Family 1 : Catherine ASBURY

Notes


Will, age 65, dated 19 Nov 1737, probated 30 May 1738 Westmoreland. Mentions his sons William and Asbury Remy and daughters Mary Sanders and Catherine Wormouth; sons John, James, and Daniel; wife Catherine Remy and Elizabeth Saunders (granddaughter?).

                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _Jacob REMY _________|
| (1650 - 1721)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--William REMY 
|  (1672 - 1738)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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HENRY le STRANGE

ABT 1437 - 25 Nov 1485

ID Number: I96200

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1437, Of Pakenham, Suffolk, England
  • DEATH: 25 Nov 1485
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1905]
Father: ROGER le STRANGE
Mother: JANE BEKE OR BEBE


Family 1 : CATHERINE DRURY
  1. +ROBERT le STRANGE

                                             _JOHN le STRANGE ____+
                                            | (1349 - 1417) m 1380
                       _JOHN le STRANGE ____|
                      | (1386 - 1436) m 1411|
                      |                     |_ALIANORE WALKEFARE _
                      |                       (1364 - 1418) m 1380
 _ROGER le STRANGE ___|
| (1412 - ....) m 1434|
|                     |                      _NICHOLAS BEAUMONT __
|                     |                     | (1364 - ....)       
|                     |_ALICE BEAUMONT _____|
|                       (1390 - ....) m 1411|
|                                           |_ELEANOR PYKE _______
|                                             (1368 - ....)       
|
|--HENRY le STRANGE 
|  (1437 - 1485)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_JANE BEKE OR BEBE __|
  (1413 - ....) m 1434|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

Sources

[S1905]


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Sallie Minor THOMAS

1791 - ____

ID Number: I57504

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co. VA and& Versailles, Woodford Co. KY and St. Louis, MO
  • BIRTH: 1791
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2103]
Father: Massey THOMAS Jr.
Mother: Martha PENDLETON


Family 1 : William Hamilton DUNNICA
  1.  Louise DUNNICA
  2.  Granville Thomas DUNNICA
  3.  Virginia DUNNICA

Notes


V. Sallie Minor Thomas((5)) (Martha Pendleton((4)), Philip((3)), Henry((2)), Philip((1))), married William Hamilton Dunnica. Issue: [S2103]

                                                   _(RESEARCH QUERY) THOMAS _
                                                  |                          
                       _Massey THOMAS Sr._________|
                      | (1720 - 1776)             |
                      |                           |__________________________
                      |                                                      
 _Massey THOMAS Jr.___|
| (1765 - 1811)       |
|                     |                            __________________________
|                     |                           |                          
|                     |___________________________|
|                                                 |
|                                                 |__________________________
|                                                                            
|
|--Sallie Minor THOMAS 
|  (1791 - ....)
|                                                  _Philip PENDLETON Jr._____+
|                                                 | (1689 - 1753) m 1710     
|                      _Henry PENDLETON Sr. Gent._|
|                     | (1724 - 1818) m 1746      |
|                     |                           |_Elizabeth POLLARD _______+
|                     |                             (1693 - 1751) m 1710     
|_Martha PENDLETON ___|
  (1766 - 1824)       |
                      |                            _Rice CURTIS Jr.__________+
                      |                           | (1704 - 1763) m 1723     
                      |_Martha CURTIS ____________|
                        (1729 - 1794) m 1746      |
                                                  |_Martha THACKER __________+
                                                    (1701 - ....) m 1723     

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[S2103]


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