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Mary

1637 - ____

ID Number: I66523

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: 1637, Hadleigh, Suffolkshire Co. England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2513]

Family 1 : Thomas TAYLOR "the Immigrant"
  1. +Thomas TAYLOR II
  2.  Richard TAYLOR
  3.  Elizabeth TAYLOR

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King SITRIC ua Imair "the Red" of Dublin and York

____ - 0927

ID Number: I27827


Family 1 :
  1. +OLAF AMLAJB Cuaran of Dublin & York
Family 2 : EDITH (EADGYTH) of England
  1. +HARALD of Limerick

Notes


Aka: SIGTRYGG I Sitric ua Imair (Old Norse Sigtryggr), king of Dublin and York, d. 927 [AU].


(A) Sitric II, King of Dublin and of York (d 927) m. (30.07.925) Edith of England (b 897, d 937, dau of Edward the Elder, King of England)


Spouse: "Unknown. [Note: Sitric married a sister of ’Thelstan of England in 926, but it is not chronologically feasible for her to be the mother of Amlaib Cuaran.]"




[S3176]

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[S3176]

[S3177]

[S1059]

[S1945]

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HUGH le DESPENSER Knt. Earl of Winchester

1 Mar 1260 - 27 Oct 1326

ID Number: I18544

  • OCCUPATION: Earl of Winchester
  • RESIDENCE: Loughborough Co. Leicester
  • BIRTH: 1 Mar 1260
  • DEATH: 27 Oct 1326, Hanged, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S504] [S810]
Father: HUGH le DESPENSER Lord Falmouth, Knt.
Mother: ALIVA BASSETT Countess of Nor


Family 1 : ISABEL de BEAUCHAMP of Warwick
  1. +HUGH "The Younger" Knt. le DESPENSER 2nd Lord of Loughborough
  2. +ISABEL le DESPENSER

Notes


The entire family is dealt with in Frances Underhill's monograph on Eleanor Despser's sister Elizabeth de Burgh, Lady of Clare, which is sched Oct 99 from St Martin's Press in the series *The New Middle Ages*


1 Hugh le Despencer 1260/61 - 1326 +Isabel de Beauchamp 1260 - 1306
2 Philip le Despencer - 1313 +Margaret de Goushill 1294 - 1349


3 Philip le Despencer 1313 - 1349 +Joan de Cobham - 1357
4 Phillip le Despencer 1342 - 1401 +Elizabeth - 1401
5 Philip le Despencer 1365 - 1424 aka: Knt.+Elizabeth de Tibetot 1371 - 1424
6 Margery le Despencer 1397 - 1478

[S810]


                                                                          _THOMAS le DESPENSER __________+
                                                                         | (1169 - ....)                 
                                         _HUGH le DESPENSER _____________|
                                        | (1197 - 1238)                  |
                                        |                                |_______________________________
                                        |                                                                
 _HUGH le DESPENSER Lord Falmouth, Knt._|
| (1223 - 1265)                         |
|                                       |                                 _______________________________
|                                       |                                |                               
|                                       |________________________________|
|                                                                        |
|                                                                        |_______________________________
|                                                                                                        
|
|--HUGH le DESPENSER Knt. Earl of Winchester
|  (1260 - 1326)
|                                                                         _ALAN BASSETT Baron of Wycombe_+
|                                                                        | (1155 - 1232)                 
|                                        _PHILIP BASSETT Lord of Wycombe_|
|                                       | (1211 - 1271)                  |
|                                       |                                |_ALINE de GAI _________________
|                                       |                                  (1159 - ....)                 
|_ALIVA BASSETT Countess of Nor_________|
  (1231 - 1281)                         |
                                        |                                 _MATHEW de LOVAINE Knt.________+
                                        |                                | (1185 - 1258)                 
                                        |_HAWISE de LOVAINE _____________|
                                          (1215 - ....)                  |
                                                                         |_MURIEL________________________
                                                                           (1180 - ....)                 

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[S810]

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Richard Edgar EUBANK

3 Mar 1855 - ____

ID Number: I68893

  • OCCUPATION: Jockey; horse trainer
  • RESIDENCE: Covington, Campbell Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 3 Mar 1855, Covington, Campbell Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2626]
Father: James Moss Taylor EUBANK
Mother: Mary Ann MCCOY


Notes


1879 came to Custer Co., Nebraska with his wife res. Broken Bow, Neb.Returned to Kentucky; jockey and trainer of horses.


"Grandma's younger brother, Richard Edgar and his wife came to NE. at the same time as my grandparents. They lived in Broken Bow for a time. He soon went back home, a jockey and trainer of the horses he loved so much."



                                                    _James EUBANK _______+
                                                   | (1754 - 1830) m 1780
                             _James Taylor EUBANK _|
                            | (1787 - 1814) m 1813 |
                            |                      |_Lucy Ann TAYLOR ____+
                            |                        (1759 - 1823) m 1780
 _James Moss Taylor EUBANK _|
| (1815 - 1867) m 1842      |
|                           |                       _Archibald BROWN ____
|                           |                      | (1770 - 1806) m 1791
|                           |_Maria H. BROWN ______|
|                             (1792 - 1825) m 1813 |
|                                                  |_Nancy Ann MOSS _____+
|                                                    (1774 - ....) m 1791
|
|--Richard Edgar EUBANK 
|  (1855 - ....)
|                                                   _William MCCOY Sr.___
|                                                  | (1770 - ....)       
|                            _William MCCOY Jr.____|
|                           | (1800 - ....)        |
|                           |                      |_____________________
|                           |                                            
|_Mary Ann MCCOY ___________|
  (1826 - 1909) m 1842      |
                            |                       _____________________
                            |                      |                     
                            |______________________|
                                                   |
                                                   |_____________________
                                                                         

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SIMON de FELBRIGGE Knt.

1367 - 1431

ID Number: I22460

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: 1367
  • DEATH: 1431
  • RESOURCES: See: From "Suffolk Manorial Families" [S759]
Father: ROGER de BIGOD of Felbrigge
Mother: CECELIA


Family 1 : MARGARET of Bohemia
  1. +AELANA (Helena) de FELBRIGG

Notes


"Sr. Simon Felbrigge of Felbrigge was made Kt. of ye Garter by K. Hen ye 5th" (1413- 1422) b. (abt 1367) m. "= Margaret, d. & h. of Smovitius D. of Tcshinia & Silesia in Bohemia & his wife, sister to Charles ye 4th Emperor & King of Bohemia. She came to England with Rich. ye 2ds wife." There is a brass plaque, placed in Felbrigg Ch. by this Simon FELBRIGG, in 1413, on the death of his wife Margaret that explains the above relationship. Will of Simon, P.C.C. 14 Rous, dated Sept 1431, proved Feb.1443." [S759]

                                                             _HUGH de BIGOD 3rd Earl of Norfolk__+
                                                            | (1178 - 1224) m 1207               
                               _SIMON de BIGOD of Felbrigge_|
                              | (1222 - ....)               |
                              |                             |_MAUD (Matilda) MARSHALL of Norfolk_+
                              |                               (1192 - 1248) m 1207               
 _ROGER de BIGOD of Felbrigge_|
|                             |
|                             |                              ____________________________________
|                             |                             |                                    
|                             |_MAUD of Felbrigge___________|
|                                                           |
|                                                           |____________________________________
|                                                                                                
|
|--SIMON de FELBRIGGE Knt.
|  (1367 - 1431)
|                                                            ____________________________________
|                                                           |                                    
|                              _____________________________|
|                             |                             |
|                             |                             |____________________________________
|                             |                                                                  
|_CECELIA_____________________|
  (1320 - ....)               |
                              |                              ____________________________________
                              |                             |                                    
                              |_____________________________|
                                                            |
                                                            |____________________________________
                                                                                                 

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Julia Ann MARSHALL

ABT 1890 - ____

ID Number: I43748

  • RESIDENCE: Gremora, VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1890
  • RESOURCES: See: [S587]

Family 1 : John Austin SANDIDGE
  1.  E.M. SANDIDGE
  2.  Bernie E. SANDIDGE
  3.  LaVerne SANDIDGE

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Fannie SANDIDGE

1879 - ____

ID Number: I91727

  • RESIDENCE: Bossier and Morehouse Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 1879, Bastrop, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S582]
Father: James Gilmer SANDIDGE Sr.
Mother: Susan W. REID


Family 1 : W. M. TAYLOR

Notes


5 Fannie SANDIDGE b: 1879 in Bastrap, La +W.M. TAYLOR b: November 1865
.

                                                                                   _Garrett Longmire SANDIDGE _+
                                                                                  | (1791 - 1871) m 1811       
                             _John Milton SANDIDGE C.S.A._________________________|
                            | (1817 - 1898) m 1839                                |
                            |                                                     |_Frances SMITH _____________+
                            |                                                       (1792 - 1852) m 1811       
 _James Gilmer SANDIDGE Sr._|
| (1845 - 1898) m 1868      |
|                           |                                                      ____________________________
|                           |                                                     |                            
|                           |_Mary F. GILMER _____________________________________|
|                             (1810 - ....) m 1839                                |
|                                                                                 |____________________________
|                                                                                                              
|
|--Fannie SANDIDGE 
|  (1879 - ....)
|                                                                                  ____________________________
|                                                                                 |                            
|                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) REID (REED) of old Williamsburg SC_|
|                           |                                                     |
|                           |                                                     |____________________________
|                           |                                                                                  
|_Susan W. REID ____________|
  (1847 - 1882) m 1868      |
                            |                                                      ____________________________
                            |                                                     |                            
                            |_____________________________________________________|
                                                                                  |
                                                                                  |____________________________
                                                                                                               

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Gen. Levi "The Old Indian Fighter" TODD of Ellerslie

4 Oct 1756 - 6 Sep 1807

ID Number: I79127

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • RESIDENCE: Lancaster and Montgomery Co. PA and 1776 Fayette Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 4 Oct 1756, Montgomery or Lancaster Co. Pennsylvania
  • DEATH: 6 Sep 1807, Lexington, Fayette Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3014] [S3721]
Father: David TODD
Mother: Hannah OWEN


Family 1 : Jane "Betsy" BRIGGS
  1.  Hannah TODD
  2.  Elizabeth TODD
  3.  John TODD
  4.  Nancy TODD
  5.  David TODD
  6.  Anne Marie TODD
  7. +Robert Smith TODD Judge
  8.  Samuel Briggs TODD
  9.  Roger North TODD
  10.  Jane Briggs TODD
  11.  Margaret B. TODD

Notes


D. LEVI TODD – b. October 4, 1756 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania d. September 6, 1807 in Lexington, Kentucky. He moved to Kentucky in 1776. As a member of the military he eventually earned the rank of General. General Todd married Jane “Betsy” Briggs on February 25, 1779. She died in July 1800. General Todd then married Jane Holmes Tantum in about 1803.


LEVI TODD (David, Robert, John, James) – b. October 4, 1756 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania d. September 6, 1807. He was educated in Virginia with his elder brothers. Levi studied law, became a surveyor and moved to Kentucky in 1776. He was an officer under George Rogers Clark and rose to the rank of major general. He was on of the pioneer settlers of Kentucky living at Fort Harrodsburg, Logan’s Fort, and Todd’s station. He became one of the first lot owners in the newly found city of Lexington, Kentucky on December 26, 1781. Levi built a brick residence outside the city limits of Lexington on Boonesboro Road. He named his home “Ellerslie” after the Todd ancient, ancestral home in Scotland. On February 25, 1779, LEVI TODD married Jane “Betsy” Briggs, the daughter of Captain Samuel and Sarah (Logan) Briggs.


After the death of his first wife, General Levi Todd married Mrs. Jane Holmes-Tatum. Together, they had one son.


L. James Clarke Todd – b. about 1807 – d. June 1849. Married Maria Blair, the daughter of Samuel Blair. James was the Sheriff of Fayette County, Kentucky. James abandoned his wife Maria and their two small boys:
1. Samuel Blair Todd – (? -?) Married Sallie Kay.
2. Dr. Lyman Beecher Todd (? -?). Married Fannie Swift.


TIP #475: THE EARLY INHABITANTS OF KENTUCKY


The honorable John M McClung, a prominent lawyer at Maysville KY, and a noted Presbyterian minister, wrote an outline of the history of Kentucky in 1846. It was included in Collins' History of Kentucky, Volume 1. The following is the essence of Rev. McClung's writings.


According to McClung, Kentucky was explored by the Anglo-Saxons about the middle of the 18th century. It was a hunting ground for the various Indian tribes with no permanent settlements by the tribes. There were Cherokees, Creeks and Catawbas to the south; the Shawnee, Delaware, Wyandots to the north. All were considered savage and didn't think very highly of the encroachment of the white man. However, it is thought that there were earlier residents in Kentucky due to the ruins found here. No one, at McClung's time had any idea of who these ancient peoples were but it appears that they were much more advanced that the Indian. Their tools,
household utensils were far superior to the various tribes. They simply were here - they were gone.


White man came in the person of Dr Walker in 1758, Finley in 1767 and Daniel Boone in 1769, Knox in 1770. Boone stayed two years in Kentucky and at the same time a party led by Colonel James Knox and his men called the Long Hunters. From all indications, they never met. Boone came from North Carolina; Knox's party was from the Holston on the Clinch River.


Lands were offered to Virginians in the wilderness of Kentucky and surveyors were sent to survey the land. Catain Thomas Bullitt, in 1773, led a party of surveyors down the Ohio River to the Fall. Brothers James, George and Robert M'Afee from Virginia accompanied him as far as the mouth of the Kentucky River. In 1774, James Harrod built a log cabin where Harrodsburg now stands. Colonel Richard Henderson purchased from the Cherokees the whole country south of the Kentucky River.


In 1775, noted pioneer Simon Kenton built a log cabin in what is now Mason County. In September of the same year, Daniel Boone's wife and daughters arrived along with Mrs. Denton, Mrs McGary and Mrs. Hogan, all settling in Harrodsburg. A mere 13 days later, Col Richard Callaway and two other unnamed men with their wives and children walked into Fort Boonesborough.


In the spring of 1776, Colonel Benjamin Logan arrived with his wife and family at Logan's Fort, about a mile west of the present town of Sanford. That winter, Kentucky became Kentucky County, Virginia.


In 1777, the first court of quarter sessions was held at Harrodsburg and was attended by Levi Todd who was it's sheriff and clerk. The court was composed of John Todd, John Floyd, Benjamin Logan, John Bowman and Richard Calloway. This was marked by an almost immediate Indian invasion which waged on for weeks. North Carolina sent in reinforcements; Virginia sent in a hundred or so men from Virginia.


1778 was marked by two military battles - first, the invasion of the country by an army of Indians and Canadians under the command of Captain DuQuesne, a Canadian officer; the other an expedition by Colonel George Rogers Clark against the English posts at Vincennes and Kaskakia.. The Revolutionary War was raging and most forgot the Kentucky County settlements. Manpower and supplies were more needed for the war effort than for some few struggling settlers in Kentucky County.


1779 brought several interesting events. In April, a blockhouse with little defense, was built by Robert Patterson - where Lexington KY now stands. Colonel Bowman carried out an unfortunate expedition against the Indian town of Chillicothe; and the land law of Kentucky was passed by the Virginia Legislature. Thus began many of Kentucky's problems. There was a radical defect in the law according to McClung since Virginia filed to provide for a general survey of the county at government expense. Instead, each possessor of a warn was allowed to locate where he pleased and was required to pay for their own survey. His entry was required to be so special and precise that each subsequent locator might recognize the land as already "taken up.". The precision required was too difficult for even Boone and Kenton; vague entries were just denied and declared null and void. This resulted in "unnumbered sorrows, lawsuits, and heart-rendering vexations." Then the inexperience of the Kentucky pioneers and hunters of the time, trying to cope with entries, survey, patents ... lands were piled on top of each other, overlapping and crossing other claims. At first the problem was not evident, but with the influx of new settlers, it became a nightmare. Due to the law being passed however, the settlers flowed into Kentucky in droves. Elk and buffalo hunters were replaced by the fierce "land hunters." They fought the Indians and of privations with gusto.


By 1780, huge numbers of emigrants crowded into Kentucky to locate land warrants which spurred the Indians to fight back more aggressively. Indians and English, under the leadership of Colonel Bird, threatened Kentucky with total destruction. Cannons were used for the first time and brought into the forts. Ruddle's and Martin's stations were totally destroyed. By fall, Colonel Clark with his State troops settled in at Louisville, reinforced by very man he could round up. They invaded the Indian country in Ohio, defeated the Indians, wasted their villages, destroyed their corn fields. In the fall, Virginia divided Kentucky into three counties - Fayette, Lincoln and Jefferson. County courts were established with monthly sessions, quarterly sessions and many magistrates and constables. .


In 1781, another large emigration occurred into Kentucky. Land speculators joined the crowed. The three counties operated in a state of constant alarm with Indian ambushes bursting out at many times. Many lives were lost but advancements were made.


In 1782, the Indian raids were quite prolific. In May, twenty-five Wyandots invaded Kentucky and slaughtered at Estill's station. Captain Estill pursued them, overtook them and fought one of the bravest battles. Lieutenant Miller was at his side. Estill was killed by the Indians after a long battle. Later, a party of Wyandots, twenty warriors, met Captain Holder leading seventeen Kentuckians near the Upper Blue Licks and defeated him. Five hundred warriors attacked Bryan's Station in August but the fort held. Over 160 men finally assembled at the fort including Colonels Todd, Trigg and Daniel Boone; Majors Harlan, M'Bride and Levi Todd; Captains Bulder and Gordon and forty-five other commissioned officers including M'Gary. Many references can be found to this battle." To be continued.
From: (c) Copyright 22 January 2004, Sandra K. Gorin.



Colonel Sandi Gorin
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[S3721]


                                                     _John TODD __________
                                                    | (1667 - 1719)       
                       _Robert TODD "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1697 - 1775)               |
                      |                             |_____________________
                      |                                                   
 _David TODD _________|
| (1723 - 1785) m 1749|
|                     |                              _____________________
|                     |                             |                     
|                     |_Ann SMITH __________________|
|                       (1700 - ....)               |
|                                                   |_____________________
|                                                                         
|
|--Levi "The Old Indian Fighter" TODD of Ellerslie
|  (1756 - 1807)
|                                                    _____________________
|                                                   |                     
|                      _____________________________|
|                     |                             |
|                     |                             |_____________________
|                     |                                                   
|_Hannah OWEN ________|
  (1725 - 1813) m 1749|
                      |                              _____________________
                      |                             |                     
                      |_____________________________|
                                                    |
                                                    |_____________________
                                                                          

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[S3721]

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Lady CECILY WILLOUGHBY

ABT 1463 - ____

ID Number: I12289

Father: WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY of Boston, Knt.
Mother: JOAN STRANGEWAYS


Family 1 : EDWARD VII SUTTON 5th Lord Dudley, K.G.
  1.  ELEANOR Dudley SUTTON
  2.  MARGARET Dudley SUTTON
  3. +JANE (Joan) Dudley SUTTON
  4.  CATHERINE Dudley SUTTON
  5. +JOYCE Dudley SUTTON
  6.  DOROTHY Dudley SUTTON
  7.  ELIZABETH Dudley SUTTON
  8.  CONSTANCIA Dudley SUTTON
  9.  ALICE Dudley SUTTON
  10. +JOHN Dudley SUTTON 3rd Lord Dudley
  11.  EDWARD Dudley SUTTON
  12. +THOMAS Dudley SUTTON
  13.  WILLIAM Dudley SUTTON
  14.  ARTHUR Dudley SUTTON
  15. +GEOFFREY Dudley SUTTON
  16.  GEORGE Dudley SUTTON

Notes


Daughter and co-heiress of William Willoughby, Knt., of Boston, co. Lincoln (descendant of King Edward I), by Joan (of Magna Charta Surety descent and descendant of Charlemagne), daughter and co-heiress of Thomas Strangeways. [S504]

                                                               _WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY 5th Baron of Eeresby K.G._+
                                                              | (1370 - 1409) m 1383                         
                                      _THOMAS WILLOUGHBY Knt._|
                                     | (1405 - ....) m 1425   |
                                     |                        |_LUCY le STRANGE _____________________________+
                                     |                          (1367 - 1405) m 1383                         
 _WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY of Boston, Knt._|
| (1430 - 1463)                      |
|                                    |                         _RICHARD ARUNDEL Knt._________________________
|                                    |                        | (1417 - ....)                                
|                                    |_JOAN (Jane) ARUNDEL ___|
|                                      (1403 - ....) m 1425   |
|                                                             |______________________________________________
|                                                                                                            
|
|--CECILY WILLOUGHBY 
|  (1463 - ....)
|                                                              ______________________________________________
|                                                             |                                              
|                                     _THOMAS STRANGEWAYS ____|
|                                    | (1400 - ....)          |
|                                    |                        |______________________________________________
|                                    |                                                                       
|_JOAN STRANGEWAYS __________________|
  (1434 - 1483)                      |
                                     |                         _RALPH de NEVILLE 4th Lord of Raby P.C. K.G___+
                                     |                        | (1363 - 1425) m 1395                         
                                     |_KATHERINE de NEVILLE __|
                                       (1397 - 1477)          |
                                                              |_JOAN de BEAUFORT of Lancaster________________+
                                                                (1379 - 1440) m 1395                         

Sources

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[S486]

[S504]

[S1033]

[S2002]

[S2186]

[S2818]

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