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Elizabeth ARBUTHNOT

31 Dec 1837 - ____

ID Number: I19931

Father: John Sawyer ARBUTHNOT
Mother: Mary Ann "Aunt Polly" HODGES



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                                 _James Burton [or Sawyer] ARBUTHNOT _|
                                | (1770 - 1815) m 1795                |
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                                |                                        
 _John Sawyer ARBUTHNOT ________|
| (1806 - 1878) m 1830          |
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|                               |                                     |  
|                               |_Catherine WHITE ____________________|
|                                 (1775 - 1809) m 1795                |
|                                                                     |__
|                                                                        
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|--Elizabeth ARBUTHNOT 
|  (1837 - ....)
|                                                                      __
|                                                                     |  
|                                _LLYWELYN ap Seisyllt________________|
|                               | (0960 - ....)                       |
|                               |                                     |__
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|_Mary Ann "Aunt Polly" HODGES _|
  (1808 - 1893) m 1830          |
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                                |                                     |  
                                |_Phearby Ann HARRELL ________________|
                                  (1785 - 1819) m 1802                |
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[S643]

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William BAUGH Jr.

ABT 1638 - BEF Aug 1678

ID Number: I67910

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1638
  • DEATH: BEF Aug 1678
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1715]
Father: William BAUGH Sr. "the Immigrant"


Family 1 : Jane BURTON
Family 2 : Jane HATCHER
  1. +Priscilla BAUGH

Notes


Children:
3 Mary Baugh b: abt 1662 d: aft 1710 + John Cox
3 Priscilla Baugh b: abt 1664 d: bef 1721 + William Farrar , Jr b: 1657 d: aft 1721
3 William Baugh III b: abt 1666 d: bef JUN 1674

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 _William BAUGH Sr. "the Immigrant"_|
| (1606 - 1687)                     |
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|--William BAUGH Jr.
|  (1638 - 1678)
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Malinda BELL

5 Apr 1795 - 3 Feb 1853

ID Number: I57739

  • RESIDENCE: Orange Co. VA & KY & Bartholomew Co. IN
  • BIRTH: 5 Apr 1795, Orange County, Virginia
  • DEATH: 3 Feb 1853, Bartholomew County, Indiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2116]
Father: Patrick BELL
Mother: Mary Polly QUISENBERRY


Family 1 : Isaac ENOCHS Jr.

Notes


See the Hand-Dry-Quirey database


                                                   _______________________
                                                  |                       
                           _______________________|
                          |                       |
                          |                       |_______________________
                          |                                               
 _Patrick BELL ___________|
| (1770 - ....) m 1793    |
|                         |                        _______________________
|                         |                       |                       
|                         |_______________________|
|                                                 |
|                                                 |_______________________
|                                                                         
|
|--Malinda BELL 
|  (1795 - 1853)
|                                                  _Aaron QUISENBERRY Sr._+
|                                                 | (1725 - 1795) m 1748  
|                          _Aaron QUISENBERRY Jr._|
|                         | (1749 - 1805) m 1770  |
|                         |                       |_Joyce DUDLEY? ________
|                         |                         (1728 - 1795) m 1748  
|_Mary Polly QUISENBERRY _|
  (1775 - ....) m 1793    |
                          |                        _______________________
                          |                       |                       
                          |_Rachel SHELTON _______|
                            (1750 - 1789) m 1770  |
                                                  |_______________________
                                                                          

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Ann CADE?

ABT 1660 - ____

ID Number: I52372

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1660
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1580]

Family 1 : William MARTIN Sr.
  1.  William MARTIN Jr.
  2.  George MARTIN
  3.  John MARTIN
  4. +Joseph MARTIN I Gent."the Immigrant"
  5.  Nannie (Nancy) MARTIN

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Mina Elizabeth CREPS

1869 - 1954

ID Number: I4012

  • RESIDENCE: Yuba Co. CA
  • BIRTH: 1869, CA
  • DEATH: 1954, Yuba Co. CA
  • BURIAL: Lofton Cemetery, Yuba Co. CA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S127] [S712]

Family 1 : John William (Will) ERWIN

Notes


Mima's father William Albert Creps Sailed around the horn in 1849 to California. Roscoe S. Creps is Mima's brother.


HISTORY OF YUBA AND SUTTER COUNTIES CALIFORNIA with BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES By Peter J. Delay Historic Record Company, Los Angeles, California, 1924, p.1173


Roscoe S. Creps -- An experienced, enterprising and progressive rancher doing credit to the county in which he lives and thrives, is Roscoe S. Creps, who was born on the old Creps ranch in Yuba County, on May 20, 1879, the son of William A. and Matilda(Lofton) Creps.


The father was born in Pennsylvania on November 30, 1825, the son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Wilde) Creps. The Creps family are of old Pennsylvania stock. William A Creps went from Pennsylvania to Toledo, Ohio, and there he was reared and educated. Joseph Creps was a blacksmith, who had a business in Toledo. Mrs. William A. Creps was born on December25,1843,
near Dallas City, Ill., on a farm, and this Lofton farm is the site of
the City Park at Dallas City.


The parents of Mrs. Creps were Francis and Jemima (Harding) Lofton; the former was a native of North Carolina, and the latter of Kentucky; and they both came from old families who were plantation holders. Francis Lofton migrated to Illinois in frontier
days, and there married, after which he settled at Dallas City, Illinois.


In 1850, William A. Creps came around the Horn to California, and went into the mines on the North fork of the American River; and then he came to Grass Valley and mined, and still later tried his luck at Nevada City.


In 1852, the mother of our subject came across the plains with ox-teams and prairie schooners in a train of about eighty wagons, and they traveled by way of the River Platte and the Salt Lake Route. This emigrant train was so large that there were no Indian attacks. Francis Lofton settled at the head-waters of the String Canyon, and the head-waters in turn of McCosby River in Placer County, and for a short time there he had a general merchandise store. He then went to Sacramento, where he continued in the same field until after the big flood, when he moved his family to Red Dog, and for a few years kept a store there. While they were in Sacramento, the mother of our subject attended school there. In the Fall of 1856, Francis Lofton moved on to a ranch on the plains six miles northeast of Wheatland, and there the elder
Loftons spent the rest of their days.


In 1856, William A. Creps settled three miles north of the old Kempton crossing and bought a squatter's quit title to land, and then bought additional land until he had 1200 acres in that section.
He and Miss Lofton were married the day before Christmas, in the year 1863, and the lived for a few years on the 1200-acre ranch. This place Mr. Creps sold in September, 1871, to Robert and Jack Major. Mr. and Mrs. Creps then moved to a point on the Spenceville road, eight and one- half miles northeast of Wheatland, where Mr. Creps first bought 800 acres of land, and from time to time added to his holdings. He acquired the old Jasper place, and at the time of his death, the Creps ranch included 5550 acres. Mrs. William A. Creps is one of a family of four children. Albert, the eldest, is deceased; Jennie has become Mrs. Harding; Matilda is the third-born, and became the mother of our subject; and Bradshaw died at the age of seventy-four. William A. Creps died on the home ranch on March 13, 1906, in his eighty-first year.


Roscoe S. Creps, as an equal partner and joint owner with his brother, Chester A. Creps, now runs the home place of 2600 acres, about 1000 acres of which are good for farming, and the balance is best adapted to range purposes. Here he engages in stock raising, having on the average from 400 to 600 head of live stock on the place. He is one of a family of eight children: Frank died in 1883; Henry is in Wheatland; Mima has become Mrs. Will Erwin of Sacramento; Ella died at the age of twenty-one;
Burton lives near Henry; Roscoe is the subject of this sketch; Chester was the seventh in the order of birth; and Letha married and became Mrs. Middleton, of Wheatland. Roscoe attended the Elizabeth district school in pursuit of his education.
On January 7, 1920, Mr. Creps married Ida Bell Perkins, who was born on the old Perkins ranch, fourteen miles southeast of Marysville, in the Elizabeth school district, the daughter of Joseph A. and Jane A. (Magonigal) Perkins, both pioneers in California. Jane A. Magonigal was born in Pennsylvania, the daughter of William and Nancy Boyd Magonigal, both natives of Ireland. Mr. Magonigal came out to California in 1852, by way of Panama, and settled in Yuba County; and he spent the rest of his life in Yuba and Nevada Counties. He mined for a while, and then had a store at Sucker Flat. He settled on his ranch in 1861, where he had
acquired 500 acres. He died at the age of seventy- one, and his good wife lived to be past seventy. The mother of Mrs. Roscoe Creps was one of six children: Jane A., or Mrs. Perkins, has lived in the Erle district- Samuel is deceased William is at Nevada City- Elizabeth is the third-born- John was born on April 22, 1862, and resides at Smartsville; and Thomas G. lives not far away. Mr. Creps is a Republican. He is a Mason, and both he and his wife are members of the Eastern Star of Wheatland.


May 24, 1998 I recorded all head stones inscriptions
of the Lofton family cemetery. Wheatland, Yuba Co. California.
6 graves appeared to have no marker.


Anna Rosetta Rinehart
Died Jan 16, 1925
Aged 80yrs.
-----------------------------
Allen W. Rinehart
Died Oct 6, 1919
Aged 38yrs.
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Albert H. Bowser
1855-1926
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Martin Hollis Sargent
Sept 8, 1920
Sept 10, 1920
Son of Lawrence & Orpha
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Harold Whiteside
1891-1919
-----------------------------
Leslie Whiteside
1896-1919
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Whiteside
Emily W.
Aug 31, 1911
Jun 14, 1978
Vernon E.
Feb 28, 1910
Jan 27, 1982
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Meryl Whiteside
1912-1919
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J. Irene Kneebone
1893-1919
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George Whiteside
1865-1925
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Nancy J. Whiteside
1871-1945
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George Derbon Perkins
1886-1918
Sena Louisa Perkins
1890-1981
other side/same stone
Joe 1914-1991
Helen 1915-
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4 sided stone
side 1
KUSTER
side 2
Marion
Born 1910
Died 1911
side 3
Raymond
Born 1900
Died 1909
side 4
Willie
Born 1902
Died 1904
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Carter
William S. Carter
1864-1926
other side/same stone
Joseph McDevitt
1879-1919
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Almeda E. Carter
Oct 7, 1882
Jan 2, 1950
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Susie E. Westlake
May 9, 1859
Sept 29, 1937
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Kuster
George Augustus Bird
ADE2 US Navy
World War II Korea
June 17, 1914
July 1, 1989
-----------------------------
Kuster
John Kuster
1838-1918
-----------------------------
Louise M. Hutchinson
Feb 28, 1887
Dec 17, 1955
-----------------------------
Ernest E. Hutchinson
Feb 5, 1879
July 3, 1948
-----------------------------
Nutt
Mother
Mary L.
1886-1935
Father
Aurthur F.
1886-1952
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Charles Carlson
Jan 26, 1881
May 4, 1953
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Charles Anderson
1851-1928
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Jones
Shelby A. Jones
1865-1907
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Sarah
Beloved Daughter of
Mr. & Mrs. S.A.Jones
Born July 19, 1898
Died Feb 20, 1900
Aged 19mos. 1day
Our darling one hath gone
before to greet us on
the blissful shore
Jones
-----------------------------
Cantlin
Dennis L. Cantlin
1839-1907
Lillie G. Cantlin
1848-1916
-----------------------------
Lottie G. Cantlin
1865-1933
Lulu Cantlin
1875-1878
Edith Cantlin
1877-1948
-----------------------------
Inez
Daughter of
W.R. & K.C. Brown
Died Dec 20, 1894
Aged 1yr 1mo 15ds
Safe in the arms of Jesus
-----------------------------
William R. Brown
1865-1946
Katherine C. Brown
1869-1941
Hester Inez Brown
1893-1894
-----------------------------
Pittman
J. William Pittman
1887-1919
Luther C. Pittman
1886-1907
Rebecca E. Pittman
1861-1928
Luther Pittman
1852-1943
-----------------------------
Jones
Baby
Infant son of
J.C. & C.L. Jones
March 14, 1914
-----------------------------
4 sided stone
side 1
KUSTER
side 2
Sacred to the memory of
Susie H.
Wife of
Wm. H. Kilroy
Died Jan 8, 1897
Aged 26yrs. 11mos. 8days
side 3
Maria H. Willman
1874-1913
Rosalie Fraser
side 4
Samuel Kuster
1840-1918
-----------------------------
Hutchinson
Maria Kuster
1813-1896
Perkins L. Hutchinson
1832-1915
Susie K. Hutchinson
1850-1899
-----------------------------
Hutchinson
In beloved memory
Jake E.
Jan 7, 1915
Aug 3, 1984
Helen E.
Feb 10, 1921
Sept 19, 1994
-----------------------------
Alexander
Together forever
Clarence M.
1890-
Susie M.
1894-1969
-----------------------------
Orlo Whiteside
Born Jan 3, 1836
Died Oct 16, 1894
Louisa Whiteside
Born Mar 25, 1847
Died Sep 25, 1934
-----------------------------
Ricjard C. Murphey
Mar 23, 1914
Sept 17, 1914
-----------------------------
Canson ?
-----------------------------
Lawson
Leonard
Jun 15, 1904
May 3, 1985
other side/same stone
R. William Lawson
Nov 1, 1940 - Feb 13, 1987
Woodrow W. Laughlin
Feb 24, 1916
Sept 18, 1992
Welda E. Laughlin
Feb 3, 1912
Apr 14, 1998
-----------------------------
Muck
Nathiel T. Muck
1855-1892
-----------------------------
Charles Muck
Feb 13, 1854
Feb 9, 1929
-----------------------------
Francis Henry Muck
Aug 3, 1866
Apr 28, 1932
-----------------------------
Silence Baird
Born Jan 20, 1806
Died Aug 14, 1872
-----------------------------
Chester R.
Son of C & K Docherty
Died July 15, 1912
Aged 10days
-----------------------------
Boardman
Cassius F. Boardman
1846-1932
Mary L. Boardman
1845-1923
-----------------------------
William Scott
1870-1906
Alice Scott
1870-1903
-----------------------------
Wellman
Ency W. Wellman
Died Apr 8, 1901
Aged 60yrs. 15dys
-----------------------------
Sylvia F. Rockfeller
Died Jan 24, 1929
62yrs. 5mos. 8dys.
-----------------------------
Danbey
Fanny J. Danbey
Oct 2, 1872
Nov 11, 1873
Mrs. Amelia Carp
Nov 28, 1868
Oct 20, 1885
other side/same stone
Richard Danbey
1822-1896
Jane Danbey
1836-1907
Blessed are the dead which
die in the Lord
-----------------------------
Mita Ross
Born Feb 16, 1899
Died June 26, 1899
Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven
-----------------------------
Hetty Ann Hedger
1849-1916
-----------------------------
William A. Hedger
Died Dec 5, 1894
Aged 58yrs.
At Rest
-----------------------------
David Arnett
1843-1917
-----------------------------
Lizzie
Wife of Geo. W. Gillette
Died Oct 30, 1866
15yrs. 8mos. 20dys.
-----------------------------
Almira J.
Wife of J.L. Perkins
Died Jan 10, 1865
in the 46th yr. of her age
-----------------------------
4 sided stone
side 1
J.L. Perkins
Born May 7, 1819
Died Sept 29, 1889
Nativr of New Hampshire
side 2
William J.
Aged 8 yrs. 8 mos.
Samual A.
Aged 3 yrs. 5 mos.
John L.
Aged 5 yrs. 5 mos.
side 3
Mr. J A Perkins
1841-1913
Mrs. J A Perkins
1849-1908
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4 sided stone
side 1
William Brook
Died April 30 1900
Aged 77 years
At Rest
side 2
Mary Brook
Died sep 26, 1910
Aged 84 years
At Rest
side 3
Edwin W. Brook
Died April 1, 1872
Aged 17yrs. 3mos.
side 4
Chas. W. Brook
Died June 15 1874
Aged 22yrs.
-----------------------------
This stone has been partially enveloped by a large oak tree
Henry Eilert?
Violinist
Born at Aaronsburg Penns
Jan 19, 1824
May 31, 1878
Was music charmed
in the last ???
-----------------------------
4 sided stone
side 1
Samual H. Creps
Died May 22, 1878
Aged 50yrs.
side 2 is blank
side 3 is blank
side 4
Lizzie
Wife of J. Zink
Died feb 9, 1903
Aged 62yrs. 14dys.
-----------------------------
In Memory of
Susan
Wife of E. Miller
Died May 4, 1863
Aged 31yrs. 4mos. 22dys.
Native of Ill.
-----------------------------
F.D. Bernard
Oct 20 1873
Aged 56yrs.
-----------------------------
Muck
George Muck
Died Dec 12, 1886
Aged 70yrs. 4mos. 5dys.
Jane Muck
1828-1911
-----------------------------
Sarah J.
Dau. of George & Jane Muck
Died June 7, 1863
Aged 2yrs. 3mos. 1day
-----------------------------
Jane
Wife of Henry Jones
Died Jan 9th 1862
Aged 35yrs.
-----------------------------
Hector Aquire Cano
US Army WWII
1926-1989
-----------------------------
J.M. Doom
Aug 6, 1832 Born
Sept 22, 1870 Died
-----------------------------
William Harding
Died Mar 25, 1880
Aged 56yrs. 3mos.
-----------------------------
L. Jane F.
Wife of W. Harding
Died Oct 13, 1870
Aged 29yrs. 3mos.
-----------------------------
William F.
Son of Wm. & L.J.F. Harding
Died Dec 25, 1864
Aged 10mos. 11dys.
other side/same stone
Daisy Bell
Daughter of Wm. & L.J.F. Harding
Died March 22, 1862
Aged 3yrs. 8mos. 23dys.
-----------------------------
Laura
Wife of Wm. Harding
Feb 6, 1880
Aged 29yrs.
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Minnie Mertle
Daughter of J.H. & N.E. Bradshaw
April 5, 1891
Aged 10yrs.
Gone home
Gone till we meet in heaven
-----------------------------
Little Bertie
Troy Bertie
Son of J.H. & N.E. Bradshaw
Died July 26, 1872
Aged 10yrs. 9mos.
The sweetest flowers
that ? swiftly fled
his life away
-----------------------------
Lieuticia Jane
Dau. of J.H. & N.E. Bradshaw
Died Dec 12, 1875
Aged 2mos. 20dys.
-----------------------------
John H. Bradshaw
Died Sept 2, 1889
Aged 44yrs.
He shall gather the lambs with
His arms and carry them in his
bosom. Isa 12
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Nancy E. Bradshaw
Nov 24, 1848
Jan 18, 1923
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4 sided stone
side 1
In loving remembrence of
Francis Lofton
Father
erected by M.L. Creps
side 2 is blank
side 3 is blank
side 4 is blank
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4 sided stone
side 1
In loving remembrance
Jamima Lofton
Mother
erected by N.E. Bradshaw
side 2 is blank
side 3 is blank
side 4 is blank
-----------------------------
Francis Lofton
Born May 25, 1816
Died April 30, 1900
His wife
Jamima Lofton
Born March 1, 1816
Died Jan 22, 1899
other side/same stone
Albert Lofton
Born April 23, 1838
Died May 7, 1895
-----------------------------
This grave has a large palm tree (only palm tree in cemetery)
Creps
Frank
Psalm XXIII:1&2
other side/same stone
William F. Creps
Died June 3, 1882
Aged 12yrs. 3mos. 14dys.
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4 sided stone
side 1
Creps
William A. Creps
Nov 30, 1825
Mar 13, 1906
Matilda L. Creps
Dec 25, 1843
May 8, 1925
side 2
William F. Creps
Feb 20 1865
Jun 3, 1882
Ella M. Creps
Jul 5, 1872
Nov 9, 1893
side 3 is blank
side 4 is blank
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Infant son of
H.R. & L.C. Creps
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Mima Creps Erwin
1869-1954
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Dad
Chester A. Creps
1883-1941
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Mother & Grandmother
Ena Dina Delco Creps
Mar 5, 1894
Apr 21, 1993
other side/same stone
All things bright & Beautiful
all thing created great & small
all thing wise and wonderful
the Lord God made them all
-----------------------------
Love you too
Helen Creps
March 17, 1918
Jan 1, 1994
Beloved wife, mother,
grandmother and friend


There is a lot of history in this line of PA,OH,CA CREPS [S712]

Sources

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[S712]

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MAUD de ELMOLDON

ABT 1380 - ____

ID Number: I61655

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1380
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2307]

Family 1 : WILLIAM STROTHER
  1. +ALAN III del STROTHER

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Elinor MONROE

ABT 1720 - 1754

ID Number: I36451

  • RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1720, Westmoreland Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1754
  • RESOURCES: See: [S666] [S1117] [S1659]
Father: Spence MONROE
Mother: Christian TYLER


Family 1 : James BANKHEAD "the Immigrant"
  1. +Ellen Monroe BANKHEAD
  2. +Jane BANKHEAD
  3.  Martha BANKHEAD
  4.  William BANKHEAD
  5. +James BANKHEAD
  6.  Elizabeth BANKHEAD
  7. +John I BANKHEAD

Notes


Aka: Eleanor

                                             _Andrew MONROE I "the Immigrant"_+
                                            | (1625 - 1668) m 1653            
                       _Andrew MONROE II____|
                      | (1661 - 1714)       |
                      |                     |_Elizabeth ALEXANDER ____________+
                      |                       (1632 - 1687) m 1653            
 _Spence MONROE ______|
| (1690 - 1726) m 1720|
|                     |                      _Patrick SPENCE _________________
|                     |                     | (1633 - 1684) m 1655            
|                     |_Elinor SPENCE ______|
|                       (1660 - ....)       |
|                                           |_Dorcas YOUELL (EWELL) __________+
|                                             (1635 - 1708) m 1655            
|
|--Elinor MONROE 
|  (1720 - 1754)
|                                            _Roger TYLER ____________________+
|                                           | (1640 - ....)                   
|                      _Charles TYLER I_____|
|                     | (1660 - 1722) m 1687|
|                     |                     |_________________________________
|                     |                                                       
|_Christian TYLER ____|
  (1707 - 1754) m 1720|
                      |                      _________________________________
                      |                     |                                 
                      |_Jane________________|
                        (1670 - ....) m 1687|
                                            |_________________________________
                                                                              

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[S1117]

[S1659]


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Austin MOODY


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Sarah Ann "Sally" SANDIDGE

ABT 1821 - 5 Jun 1860

ID Number: I11306

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1821, Amherst Co. VA
  • DEATH: 5 Jun 1860, Amherst Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S336] [S1060] [S1697] [S1523]
Father: Stephen G. SANDIDGE
Mother: Mary Maupin GARDNER


Family 1 : Ira Howard VIA
Family 2 : Aaron Lewis HIGGINBOTHAM
  1.  Ida Loving HIGGINBOTHAM
  2. +Nathaniel Thomas HIGGINBOTHAM

Notes


Divorce of Ira Howard Via and Sarah Sandidge Via:
Albemarle Co. Chancery Order Book 5, page 34 (Entry above dated 27 Oct. 1857)
Sarah Ann Via, a married woman by Wm. T. Early her next friend against Ira H. Via
This cause coming on to be heard upon the bill, the answer and depositions of witnesses, was argued by Counsel-: On consideration whereof and it being proved to the satisfaction of the Court by the witnesses, whose depositions have been taken, that the defendant hath without just cause, abandoned his wife, the plaintiff, for five years, and within that time has cohabited with Amanda Shiflett and committed adultery by having carnal knowledge her body, - the court doth adjudge, order and decree that the plaintiff be forever divorced from her husband, the said defendant, and that the bond of matrimony between them is to be disolved. And the Court doth further adjudge order and decree that the said Defendant be forever divorsed from his wife, the plaintiff, but the bond of matrimony as to the Defendant shall not be deemed to be dissolved as to any future marriage of the said Defendant, or in any prosecution on account thereof. And the Court doth further adjudge order and decree that the said Deft. shall not marry again during the natural life of the said Sarah Ann Via, except to her and that the Deft. pay to the plaintiff the costs expended by her in prosecuting this suit.

[S1523]

[523775]
20 Oct 1842?

[523194]
bk 2, p. 7


                                              _Stephen SANDIDGE _________+
                                             | (1752 - 1821) m 1770      
                        _Dillard SANDIDGE ___|
                       | (1774 - 1850) m 1797|
                       |                     |_Sarah "Sally" HENDERSON? _
                       |                       (1755 - ....) m 1770      
 _Stephen G. SANDIDGE _|
| (1800 - 1860) m 1820 |
|                      |                      _David EPPERSON ___________
|                      |                     | (1750 - ....)             
|                      |_Hannah EPPERSON ____|
|                        (1780 - 1850) m 1797|
|                                            |_Judith MAUPIN ____________+
|                                              (1756 - 1837)             
|
|--Sarah Ann "Sally" SANDIDGE 
|  (1821 - 1860)
|                                             ___________________________
|                                            |                           
|                       _____________________|
|                      |                     |
|                      |                     |___________________________
|                      |                                                 
|_Mary Maupin GARDNER _|
  (1802 - ....) m 1820 |
                       |                      ___________________________
                       |                     |                           
                       |_____________________|
                                             |
                                             |___________________________
                                                                         

Sources

[S336]

[S1060]

[S1697]

[S1523]

[S1523]

[S849]

[S1603]


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Webster W. YOIST

1876 - BEF 1935

ID Number: I50002

  • RESIDENCE: Pointe Coupee Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 1876, Louisiana [240713]
  • DEATH: BEF 1935
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1795]
Father: Francis Moore YOIST
Mother: Elizabeth J. PURL


Notes


K) Webster W. Yoist, born in 1876 at Pointe Coupee Parish, LA. He died before 1935.

[240713]
1880 census, age 4 yrs


                                                 _____________________
                                                |                     
                        _Jacob YOIST ___________|
                       | (1800 - 1834)          |
                       |                        |_____________________
                       |                                              
 _Francis Moore YOIST _|
| (1833 - 1887) m 1855 |
|                      |                         _Benjamin MOORE _____
|                      |                        | (1763 - 1863)       
|                      |_Sarah B. MOORE ________|
|                        (1805 - 1876)          |
|                                               |_Louvica_____________
|                                                 (1767 - 1829)       
|
|--Webster W. YOIST 
|  (1876 - 1935)
|                                                _Seth PURL I_________+
|                                               | (1780 - ....)       
|                       _Joseph PURL ___________|
|                      | (1808 - 1855) m 1831   |
|                      |                        |_____________________
|                      |                                              
|_Elizabeth J. PURL ___|
  (1839 - 1880) m 1855 |
                       |                         _____________________
                       |                        |                     
                       |_Elizabeth Jane WILSON _|
                         (1810 - 1859) m 1831   |
                                                |_____________________
                                                                      

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