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SARAH Macgregor BLACK

ABT 1605 - ____

ID Number: I88226

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1605, Scotland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3263]

Family 1 : FERGUS MACCUBBIN Lord of Dunscoir
  1. +John MACCUBBIN "the Immigrant"

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Mary Ann CARTER

4 Jul 1836 - 10 Aug 1873

ID Number: I6857

  • RESIDENCE: Adair Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 4 Jul 1836, Adair Co, KY
  • DEATH: 10 Aug 1873, Adair Co, KY
  • BURIAL: Breeding Cem., Adair Co, KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S301] [S3379]
Father: Robert I. CARTER
Mother: Mahala GRISSOM


Family 1 : John A. COFFEY
  1. +James Newton COFFEY
  2.  Mildred "Mahala" COFFEY
  3.  Mary Eliza COFFEY
  4.  Sarah J. "Sally" COFFEY
  5.  Candace M. COFFEY
  6.  Nannie Dell COFFEY

Notes


!Mary Ann died of the flux in the same year as her daughters.
CENSUS RECORDS 1850 Adair Co., KY census (with Thomas Grissom) 1860 Adair Co., KY census, household 588 U.S. Census - 1870. Kentucky, Adair Co., Leatherwood Twp., Breeding, page 17,
SOURCES Margie Coffey Jessie Harvey Krueger Adair Co., KY Will and Deed Books for Benjamin and Mary Carter Mark Kelley, Littleton, CO

                                                                     _Peter CARTER Sr.____________+
                                                                    | (1766 - 1808) m 1787        
                       _Benjamin Franklin CARTER Sr.________________|
                      | (1788 - 1852) m 1807                        |
                      |                                             |_Elizabeth "Betsy" SANDIDGE _+
                      |                                               (1767 - 1808) m 1787        
 _Robert I. CARTER ___|
| (1815 - 1850) m 1835|
|                     |                                              _William SLEDD ______________+
|                     |                                             | (1761 - 1812) m 1786        
|                     |_Mary Elizabeth SLEDD _______________________|
|                       (1787 - 1864) m 1807                        |
|                                                                   |_Lucy HOGG __________________+
|                                                                     (1768 - 1853) m 1786        
|
|--Mary Ann CARTER 
|  (1836 - 1873)
|                                                                    _____________________________
|                                                                   |                             
|                      _(RESEARCH QUERY-KY) GRISSOM of Adair Co. KY_|
|                     |                                             |
|                     |                                             |_____________________________
|                     |                                                                           
|_Mahala GRISSOM _____|
  (1810 - 1850) m 1835|
                      |                                              _____________________________
                      |                                             |                             
                      |_____________________________________________|
                                                                    |
                                                                    |_____________________________
                                                                                                  

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ROBERT CUMBERWORTH

ABT 1328 - ____

ID Number: I92142

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1328
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1615]

Family 1 : SIBIL ERGHUM
  1. +CATHERINE CUMBERWORTH

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MARY FORTESCUE

ABT 1610 - ____

ID Number: I59701

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1610
  • RESOURCES: See: [S810]

Family 1 : JOHN TALBOT 10th Earl of Shrewsbury

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Jehu L. FROST

1823 - May 1860

ID Number: I1490

  • RESIDENCE: Shelby Co. AL & Dallas, TX
  • BIRTH: 1823, Shelby Co., AL
  • DEATH: May 1860, Dallas Co., TX
  • RESOURCES: See: [S57]
Father: Benjamin Franklin FROST
Mother: Elizabeth LAWLER


Family 1 : Elizabeth BLUE

                                                     _Thomas FROST Sr.____+
                                                    | (1735 - 1807) m 1760
                            _Thomas FROST Jr._______|
                           | (1773 - 1806)          |
                           |                        |_Sarah Nancy HARMON _
                           |                          (1740 - 1776) m 1760
 _Benjamin Franklin FROST _|
| (1800 - 1883) m 1818     |
|                          |                         _James WILSON _______
|                          |                        | (1735 - ....)       
|                          |_Hannah WILSON _________|
|                            (1779 - 1839)          |
|                                                   |_Lucretia GRIFFITH __+
|                                                     (1742 - ....)       
|
|--Jehu L. FROST 
|  (1823 - 1860)
|                                                    _____________________
|                                                   |                     
|                           _Jehu LAWLER ___________|
|                          | (1765 - ....) m 1784   |
|                          |                        |_____________________
|                          |                                              
|_Elizabeth LAWLER ________|
  (1785 - 1840) m 1818     |
                           |                         _James WILSON _______
                           |                        | (1735 - ....)       
                           |_Mary Elizabeth WILSON _|
                             (1761 - 1850) m 1784   |
                                                    |_Lucretia GRIFFITH __+
                                                      (1742 - ....)       

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Thomas GASKINS

1694 - BEF 8 Aug 1737

ID Number: I60084

  • RESIDENCE: Northumberland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1694, Northumberland Co. VA
  • DEATH: BEF 8 Aug 1737, Northumberland Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1956] [S2499]

Family 1 : Mary CONWAY
  1. +Thomas GASKINS
  2.  Anne GASKINS

Notes


Children:
Alice Gaskins
Elizabeth Gaskins b: 13 APR 1717 d: 1776 + Richard Hull; Marriage 2 Edward Digges;
Thomas Gaskins b: Abt 1720 d: Bef 1785 + Sarah Eustace b: 1724
Sarah Ann Gaskins + John Pinkard + Joseph McAdam
Ann Gaskins + William Eustace b: 1729 d: 1831


Children:
2 Alice GASCOYNE b: ABT 1632 d: 1702 + John TAYLOR b: 1627 d: 5 APR 1702
2 Elizabeth GASCOYNE + James JONES
2 Josias GASCOYNE + Dorothy DAMERON
2 Thomas GASCOYNE
2 Henry GASCOYNE

[S2499]

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[S1956]

[S2499]

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Nancy GRUBBS

24 Nov 1749 - 1835

ID Number: I97509

  • RESIDENCE: Hanover Co. VA and Madison Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 24 Nov 1749, Albemarle Or, Berkeley, Virginia
  • DEATH: 1835, Madison Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS

Family 1 : Robert HARRIS

Notes


Parents:
Father: William GRUBBS (AFN: 3KXJ-B3)
Mother: Susannah HEARNE (AFN: 3KXJ-C8)


Father: Thomas GRUBBS (AFN: 1QH9-2D5)
Mother: Susanna HEARNE (AFN: 1QH9-2FC)


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Hon. Henry "Lighthorse Harry" LEE Gov.of Virginia

29 Jan 1756 - 25 Mar 1818

ID Number: I21388

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War, Continental Army Of VA; Continental Congress 1786-1788
  • RESIDENCE: of Stratford & "Leesylvania" Prince William Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 29 Jan 1756, "Leesylvania", near Dumfries, Prince Wm Co. VA
  • DEATH: 25 Mar 1818, Cumberland Island, Georgia, home of the daughter of Gen.Nathanael Greene.
  • BURIAL: Dungeness, Ga.; reinterment in the crypt, Lee Memorial Chapel, Washington-Lee University, at Lexington, Va., May 30, 1913.
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S747] [S912] [S965] [S1286] [S1635] [S1856] [S2128]
Father: Henry LEE II
Mother: Lucy Ludwell GRYMES


Family 1 : Matilda LEE
  1.  Nathaniel Greene LEE
  2.  Philip Ludwell LEE
  3. +Lucy Grymes LEE
  4.  Henry "Black Horse Harry" LEE IV
Family 2 : Anne Hill CARTER
  1.  Algernon Sidney LEE
  2. +Charles Carter LEE
  3. +Ann Kinhloch LEE
  4. +Sidney Smith LEE C.S.N.
  5. +Robert Edward LEE of the C.S.A.
  6.  Catherine Mildred LEE

Notes


"Henry Lee, Major General was one of the most distinguished and able officers of the Continental Army. "The Revolutionary War" by Bart McDowell from The National Geographic Society. Congress had drafted, and the states had approved, the Articles of Confederation by March 1781.Church bells and guns saluted the event. "Thus America," commented the Pennsylvania Packet, "...is growing up in war into greatness..." So were individuals. The prodigy Henry Lee, graduated at 17 from the college at Princeton and now a heroic young lieutenant colonel, was carving a new reputation in the South. General Greene had assigned the patrician Lee to work closely with Francis Marion. This strange team, Light-Horse Harry and the Swamp Fox, proved an inspired combination. Lee's Legion, dazzlingly plumed, could move swiftly to support those muddy men who followed the lean and swarthy Marion. This was true guerrilla war: hit-and-run operations to wound a powerful enemy -- and to vanish before he could react. American regulars and irregulars cooperated smoothly. What with the raids of Col. Andrew Pickens -- "the Gamecock" -- and the magnetic Col. Thomas Sumter, the moss-draped forests of South Carolina soon became sinister and uncertain for the British.


While Greene lay low near Camden, Lee's Legion thundered south through hackberry thickets to meet Francis Marion's guerrillas and take Fort Motte, a fine plantation house where the British were entrenched. Now Rebecca Motte encouraged Marion and Lee to burn her home if necessary to get the British out. With "a smile of complacency" she furnished the fire arrows to ignite the roof. The 150 British surrendered, the patriots put out the fire, and Mrs. Motte entertained both the British officers and their captors at her own dinner table. Henry Lee was amazed at her "ease, vivacity, and good sense." The British soon pulled back all the way to Charleston."


"Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee III, born at Leesylvania near Dumfries, Virginia, was blonde, blue-eyed, and full of spirit. He graduated from Princeton in 1773 and returned home to prepare for war. His skill as a horseman, as well as his temperment, made him a natural cavalryman. He soon was commissioned as captain in the fifth group of Virginia Light Dragoons and sent north to join the Continental Army.
Leading his men on lightning raids against enemy supply trains, Harry attracted the attention and admiration of General George Washington and was rapidly promoted. In a surprise attack at Paulus Hook, New Jersey, he captured 400 British soldiers with the loss of only one man. His adroit horsemanship soon earned him the nickname "Light Horse Harry." When the military theatre shifted, he enjoyed equal success in the Southern Department.


Resigning his commission after the British surrender at Yorktown, Harry returned to Virginia to marry his cousin, the "divine Matilda" Lee. The wedding took place at Stratford, and it is said that General Washington contributed several pipes of his best Madeira to the festive occasion. Matilda had inherited Stratford in the division of her father's estate and lived there with her new husband. The dashing young calvaryman, however, was no farmer. His interests in the livelier arena of politics led to Harry's election to the new Virginia House of Delegates. After only eight years of marriage, Matilda died in 1790, leaving three young children and a husband desperate with grief.



Two years later, Harry was elected Governor of Virginia, serving three one-year terms. While living in Richmond, he fell in love with Ann Hill Carter of nearby Shirley Plantation. In 1793 they were married. His governorship behind him, he took his bride to Stratford.


Again, family life was interrupted by his appointment to the Continental Congress in Philadelphia. Upon the death of President George Washington, Harry was asked by Congress to deliver a tribute to his beloved general, describing him for posterity:


First in war, first in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen...second to none in the humble and endearing scenes of private life.
After the death of his idol, Harry's fortunes began to decline rapidly. the support of a family of six, coupled with disastrous land speculation, reduced him to financial poverty, Then, on January 19, 1807, in the large upstairs room at Stratford where so many Lees had come into the world, Ann gave birth to their fifth son, Robert Edward, named after two of his mother's favorite brothers. As Robert was learning to walk, his father was carried off to debtor's prison in Montross.
With characteristic courage, in a 12-by-15 foot prison cell, Harry wrote his Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States, still the standard text on that portion of the Revolutionary War. When the book was finished in 1810, the family moved to Alexandria, where a new life on a modest scale was made possible by a legacy from Ann's father. Harry's eldest son, Henry IV, became master of Stratford.


Light Horse Harry's" last years were marred by sorrow and pain. Internal injuries, received when he was beaten by a mob as he defended a friend and freedom of the press in Baltimore, kept him in constant physical pain. He sought relief in the warm climate of the West Indies. When his health continued to decline, Harry attempted to return home, but died on Cumberland Island, Georgia, in the home of the daughter of his former commander, Nathanael Greene."


"LEE, Henry, 1756-1818: LEE, Henry, (brother of Richard Bland Lee and grandfather of William Henry Fitzhugh Lee), a Delegate and a Representative from Virginia; born at “Leesylvania,” in Prince William County, Va., January 29, 1756; pursued classical studies and was graduated from Princeton College in 1773; served in the Revolutionary War; commissioned captain of a company of Virginia Dragoons June 18, 1776, that became attached to and part of the First Continental Dragoons March 31, 1777; lieutenant colonel November 6, 1780, and served until the close of the war; commissioned major general, United States Army, July 19, 1798; honorably discharged June 15, 1800; became universally known as “Light Horse Harry”; Member of the Continental Congress 1786-1788; advocated the adoption of the Federal Constitution in the Virginia convention of 1788; Governor of Virginia 1791-1794; commanded the United States forces in the Whisky Insurrection in 1794; elected as a Federalist to the Sixth Congress (March 4, 1799-March 3, 1801); at the request of Congress pronounced the eulogy upon President Washington before both branches of Congress, in which Washington is characterized as the man “first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen”; died on Cumberland Island, Ga., March 25, 1818; interment at Dungeness, Ga.; reinterment in the crypt, Lee Memorial Chapel, Washington-Lee University, at Lexington, Va., May 30, 1913." Bibliography: DAB; Royster, Charles. Light-Horse Harry Lee and the Legacy of the American Revolution. New York: Knopf, 1981


Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume II, I--Fathers of the Revolution: Henry Lee was born at Leesylvania, Westmoreland county, Virginia, January 29, 1756, son of Henry and Lucy (Grymes) Lee, grandson of Henry and Mary (Bland) Lee, great-grandson of John and Lettice Lee, great-great-grandson of Richard and Laetitia (Corbin) Lee, and great-great-great-grandson of Colonel Richard and Anne Lee. Henry Lee was graduated at the College of New Jersey, A. B., 1773, A. M., 1776. Prevented from visiting Europe by the preparations for revolution, he returned to Virginia, recruited a company of "light horse" in 1775, was appointed captain in Colonel Theodorick Bland's legion of Virginia cavalry, and in 1777 joined Washington's army in Pennsylvania. He was promoted major for gallant conduct in battle, in January, 1778, and was given command of two troops of horse, to which he added a third troop and a company of infantry, and "Lee's Legion" became an independent partisan corps and its leader received the cognomen, "Lighthorse Harry." This corps constantly hung on the flank of the British army, and annoyed both their march and camp. On July 19, 1779, Lee surprised the British at Paulus Hook, New York harbor, and with the loss of five of his riders carried off 160 prisoners, for which service Congress gave him a gold medal. He was promoted lieutenant-colonel and marched to South Carolina, where he covered the rear of General Greene's army. After Greene had crossed into Virginia, Lee remained in the mountains of North Carolina to encourage the Whigs and harrass Tarleton and the loyalists. His efforts to surprise the British dragoons were unsuccessful, but he defeated 400 loyalists under Colonel Pyle. At Guilford Court House, March 15, 1781, his legion proved more than a match for Tarleton's dragoons, and, when General Greene marched against Camden, he sent Lee and Marion to cut off Rawdon's communications with the seacoast, and they captured Fort Watson, which forced Rawdon to abandon and burn Camden, May 10, 1781. Colonel Lee then proceeded south, capturing Forts Mott and Granby, and May 25 reached Augusta, Georgia, which city also fell into his hands June 5, 1781. He rejoined Greene's army, and took part in the siege of Fort Ninety-six, which after twenty-eight days was raised on the approach of Rawdon with 2000 men. In the battle of Eutaw Springs, September 8, 1781, Lee's Legion rendered distinguished service, and when the British retreated to Charleston, Lee followed so closely as to capture a large number of Rawdon's rear-guard. He witnessed the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown, October 19, 1781, and soon after resigned his commission and became proprietor of "Stratford House," by his marriage to his second cousin, Matilda, daughter of Philip Ludwell Lee. He was a delegate to the Continental Congress from Virginia, 1785-88, and a member of the convention called to ratify the Federal constitution in 1788, and in that body, with Madison and Marshall, he opposed the efforts of Patrick Henry, Richard Henry Lee, George Mason, James Monroe, Benjamin Harrison and John Tyler, to defeat the ratification. He was a representative in the general assembly, 1789-91, and governor 1792-95. President Washington, in 1794, commissioned him major-general in command of troops sent to Western Pennsylvania to suppress the whiskey insurrection, and on his appearance with 15,000 men the insurrectionists were overawed and peace was restored without bloodshed. He was a representative in the sixth Congress, 1799-1801, and at the close retired to private life. He married (second) in 1798, Ann Hill, daughter of Charles and Anne Butler (Moore) Carter, of Shirley, Virginia. He was oppressed by debt the last years of his life. On July 27, 1812, while in Baltimore on a visit to William Hanson, editor of the "Federal Republican," the printing office was attacked by a mob, and in the conflict that followed he was left for dead upon the street, where he was found insensible. He was disqualified for military service from the effects of this encounter. He visited the West Indies in 1817 for the benefit of his health, and on his way home he stopped at the homestead of General Greene, near St. Mary's, Georgia, where he was entertained by Mrs. Shaw, daughter of his old commander, and under whose roof he died. He was the author of: "Funeral Oration upon President Washington," (1799), delivered before both houses of Congress, in which occur the words, "The man, first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his fellow-citizens"; and of "War in the Southern United States" (2 vols., 1812). He died on Cumberland Island, Georgia, March 25, 1818. Recently his remains were removed to Lexington, Virginia, and interred by the side of his illustrious son, General Robert E. Lee."


"Also known as (Light Horse Harry).American Revolutionary soldier, known as Light-Horse Harry Lee. A daring cavalry officer, he fought in the Carolina campaign after 1780. He was Governor of Virginia for 3 terms. "On April 11, 1809 he was arrested for debt and imprisoned in the Westmoreland County jail. He was arrested again before the year was over and sent to the Spotsylvania prison." There he wrote his memoirs. When he got out of prison in 1810 he moved his wife Ann Carter and their children into a little house on Cameron Street in Alexandria, Virginia. His memoirs were published in 1812 by a Philadephia publisher. In the late summer of 1813 after suffering near fatal wounds and facial mutilation inflicted by a mob he went to the warmer climate of Barbados. He died in 1818 while in route home at Dungeness on Cumberland Island, Georgia, the home of an old friend."


"The eldest son of Lucy Grymes and Col. Henry Lee was known as "Light Horse Harry Lee," a famous General of the Revolution, who was born January 29, 1756, at Leesylvania, some three miles from "Dumfries," a village built by Scotch merchants, and then the county seat of Prince William Co. General Henry Lee died March 25, 1818, aged sixty-three. He was twice married. By his first wife, Matilda, daughter of Philip Ludwell Lee, he had four children, and by his second wife, Anne Hill Carter, of "Shirley," he had six children. The last son by the second marriage was Robert Edward Lee, C. S. A. (See Volume II, Chapters VII and VIII.)."


"The Lees frequented Fredericksburg, and Light Horse Harry was once in prison bounds there for debt. It is related that from the jail of that town he wrote to his old friend Robert Morris about his sad case, and asked him to accommodate him with a loan. The great financier replied that he was "very sorry he could not oblige him, because he, too, was in the same condition"! [S1635] [S1856] [S1635] [S2070] [S2170] [S2384]


                                                     _Richard LEE _____________________+
                                                    | (1647 - 1714) m 1674             
                        _Henry LEE I________________|
                       | (1691 - 1747) m 1723       |
                       |                            |_Laetitia CORBIN _________________+
                       |                              (1657 - 1706) m 1674             
 _Henry LEE II_________|
| (1729 - 1787) m 1753 |
|                      |                             _Richard BLAND I of Jordans_______+
|                      |                            | (1665 - 1729) m 1701             
|                      |_Mary BLAND ________________|
|                        (1704 - 1764) m 1723       |
|                                                   |_Elizabeth RANDOLPH ______________+
|                                                     (1680 - 1720) m 1701             
|
|--Henry "Lighthorse Harry" LEE Gov.of Virginia
|  (1756 - 1818)
|                                                    _John GRYMES of "Grymesby Hall"___+
|                                                   | (1651 - 1709)                    
|                       _John GRYMES Esq.of Brandon_|
|                      | (1693 - ....) m 1715       |
|                      |                            |_Alice TOWNLEY ___________________+
|                      |                              (1660 - ....)                    
|_Lucy Ludwell GRYMES _|
  (1720 - ....) m 1753 |
                       |                             _Philip LUDWELL II of Greenspring_+
                       |                            | (1672 - 1726) m 1697             
                       |_Lucy LUDWELL ______________|
                         (1698 - ....) m 1715       |
                                                    |_Hannah HARRISON _________________+
                                                      (1678 - 1731) m 1697             

Sources

[S747]

[S912]

[S965]

[S1286]

[S1635]

[S1856]

[S2128]

[S1635]

[S1856]

[S1635]

[S2070]

[S2170]

[S2384]


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Lucy M. MARSHALL

____ - 1830

ID Number: I84905

  • RESIDENCE: Richmond, VA and Fleming Co. KY
  • BIRTH: Richmond, Virginia
  • DEATH: 1830, Belle Grove, Fleming Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3144]
Father: William MARSHALL
Mother: Mary MACON


Family 1 : Edwin BURNLEY
  1.  Hardin BURNLEY
  2.  William Marshall BURNLEY

Notes


Lucy M. Marshall((6)) (William Marshall((5)) (married Mary Macon), Sarah Ambler((4)), Edward Ambler((3)), Richard((2)), Edward Jaquelin((1))), b. -, Richmond, Virginia; d. at Belle Grove, Fleming Co., Ky., 1830. Married (January 7, 1824) Edwin Burnley, b. February 23, 1796; d. June 23, 1868, in Copiah Co., Mississippi.


                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _ MARSHALL __________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _William MARSHALL ___|
|                     |
|                     |                      _Edward AMBLER ______+
|                     |                     | (1730 - 1768) m 1754
|                     |_Sarah AMBLER _______|
|                                           |
|                                           |_Mary CARY __________+
|                                             (1732 - 1781) m 1754
|
|--Lucy M. MARSHALL 
|  (.... - 1830)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Mary MACON _________|
                      |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Sarah Dorrill MARSHALL

20 Feb 1835 - 6 May 1913

ID Number: I75622

  • RESIDENCE: of Charleston, SC
  • BIRTH: 20 Feb 1835
  • DEATH: 6 May 1913
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2864]
Father: John MARSHALL
Mother: Ann Decimer WHILDEN



                                              _____________________
                                             |                     
                        _____________________|
                       |                     |
                       |                     |_____________________
                       |                                           
 _John MARSHALL _______|
| (1800 - ....) m 1829 |
|                      |                      _____________________
|                      |                     |                     
|                      |_____________________|
|                                            |
|                                            |_____________________
|                                                                  
|
|--Sarah Dorrill MARSHALL 
|  (1835 - 1913)
|                                             _Elisha WHILDEN I____+
|                                            | (1729 - 1790)       
|                       _Elisha WHILDEN II___|
|                      | (1765 - 1835) m 1791|
|                      |                     |_____________________
|                      |                                           
|_Ann Decimer WHILDEN _|
  (1803 - 1885) m 1829 |
                       |                      _Robert DORRILL Jr.__+
                       |                     | (1738 - 1777) m 1767
                       |_Sarah DORRILL ______|
                         (1771 - 1815) m 1791|
                                             |_Martha HAMLIN ______+
                                               (1732 - ....) m 1767

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Joseph MATTOX

ABT 1648 - ABT 1710

ID Number: I44163

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico and Charles City Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1648, Henrico or Jamestown Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 1710, Charles City Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS AF (AFN:N533-4F) [S273]

Family 1 : Ann RANDOLPH
  1.  Mary MATTOX
Family 2 : Mary (Martha) BRANCH

Notes


Aka: Mattocks. 1st Spouse: Ann ? and their dau Mary d. Lunenburg, m. William Mays.

[523818]
Alt: 16 Sep 1608

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Betsey MCKNIGHT

28 Aug 1805 - 21 Jun 1825

ID Number: I36926


Family 1 : Rufus MILLER
  1.  Susan MILLER

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[S1360]

[S1344]

[S1358]

[S1360]


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Margaret Lavinia MORRISON

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I77992

  • RESIDENCE: Augusta Co. VA
  • RELIGION: Tinkling Springs Presby Ch, near Staunton, Augusta Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820

Family 1 : Robert Lewis DABNEY C.S.A.

Notes


daughter of James Morrison - a Presbyterian minister. A Relative of Stonewall Jackson.

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