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Margrave HUNROCH of Friuli

ABT 0765 - ABT 0840

ID Number: I61736

  • TITLE: Margrave
  • RESIDENCE: IT
  • BIRTH: ABT 0765, of Lombardy, Italy
  • DEATH: ABT 0840
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2144]
Father: BERENGER (An East Frank)


Family 1 : ENGELTRON de PARIS
  1. +EBERHART Unrochides Count of Friuli

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 _BERENGER (An East Frank)_|
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|--HUNROCH of Friuli
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Col. Henry DARNELL "the Immigrant"

ABT 1630 - 1711

ID Number: I65057

  • TITLE: Col.
  • RESIDENCE: ENG and Anne Arundel Co. MD
  • RELIGION: Roman Catholic
  • BIRTH: ABT 1630, England
  • DEATH: 1711, Portland Manor, Anne Arundel Co.MD
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2455] [S2919] [S2934]
Father: Philip DARNELL
Mother: Mary CALVERT


Family 1 : Eleanor HATTON

Notes


Children
Mary DARNELL b: 1678 in England
Henry DARNELL b: ABT 1680 in England
Anne DARNELL b: ABT 1682 in England


"Lord Baltimore left Maryland for the last time in 1684, putting the province largely in the hands of a trusted friend, Henry Darnall, a Catholic merchant and planter who owned land in several counties. A cousin of Lord Baltimore's wife, Darnall came to Maryland in the 1670s, was elected to the General Assembly, and appointed to a variety of top-ranked local and provincial offices. He strongly supported the unpopular James II, as revealed in a bilious letter he wrote in March, 1689 praying for the ousted king's "happy restoration without bloodshed." Ninian Beall knew all about him. He bought an estate called Darnall's Grove in 1683 from Darnall. Calvert left him as the senior deputy governor charged with running the provincial government in Baltimore's absence until 1688, when Irish-born William Joseph, a Catholic, emigrated from London to St. Mary's County. He went straight into the Upper House at the behest of the Calverts, learned the ropes, and weeks later was elevated to the ruling council. Joseph then replaced Darnall as Calvert's top man in the colony, being named president of the Council of Deputy Governors in a Commission from the Lord Proprietary, which arrived from London in late 1688. He was a strong believer in political rule by divine right, alienating the Lower House by issuing arbitrary and frequently wrongful decisions on virtually any issue that came down the pike.
He was a prime target for the Protestant Associators, who were taking no chances in their religious revolution, Maryland's third trip to the well in six decades. On July 28, 1689, they issued a "declaration of the reason and motive for the present appearance in Arms of His Majesties Protestant Subjects in the Province of Maryland, against the oppression of the Catholics." The ultimatum drew nothing but silence from Joseph and the rest of the administrators Calvert had left behind. Three days later -- On Aug. 1 -- the Protestants surrounded St. Mary's City, still serving as the provincial capital, and laid siege to the house of assembly. Joseph and Darnall tried unsuccessfully to rally militia elements to their defence, only to discover that the militia muskets were pointing in at them rather than out at the rebels. They scampered out of town in a trail of scattered papers with the other members of Lord Baltimore's Royal Council. They retreated along the Patuxent River to the Mattapany Garrison on one of the Calvert estates, where they holed up in the manor house. The Associators rode in behind them, surrounded the structure and sent in their terms of surrender, drafted and signed by their leaders, including Ninian Beall:
"Gentlemen:
We have sent you our summons and have received an answer which desires a parley and personal treaty between us and some of you. For answer we do again demand as in the summons sent.
2ndly: That noe Papist in this Province being in office, Military or Civil, as by their Majesties' Proclamation and the laws of England. 3rdly: And we doe promise and grant you the Gentlemen and Soldiers, now in Arms in the Garrison, may return to their respective homes and dwellings in order to which we doe assure you and them safe conduct, protection and security for you and their persons and attendonce. 4thly: And that we will protect you and them in the free and full enjoyment of yours and theirs just rights and privileges equal with the rest of their Majesties Subjects, according to the Laws of England and this Province. 5thly: These are our absolute Resolutions, Concessions and Demands to which we desire your immediate comployance, being utterly resolved against and personal treaty about the Province.
Given under our hand this first day of August 1689.
(Signatures)
John Coade
Kenelm Chizeldine
Ninian Bell
Henry Jowles
John Kneling
John Campbell
Humphrey Warren"


Joseph, Darnall and three other deputy governors watching from the Mattapany Garrison glumly signed on the dotted line for the government and sent out their surrender under a flag of truce:
"Aug. 1, 1689.
Gentlemen:
We doe accept your Articles now sent and accordingly are ready to Surrender the Garrison.
(Signatures)
Wm. Joseph
Henry Darnell
Nicholas Sewell
Edward Pye
Clement Hill
deputy governors then present"


The revolution was over, without a shot being fired. The surrender gave the revolutionaries complete possession of the provincial government, which never again came under Catholic or Calvert dominance. Coade gleefully referred to Ninian Beall as "my Argyll," equating him with the great Covenanter commander Archibald Campbell, Marquis of Argyll, executed following the Restoration by Charles II for dickering with Cromwell. Coade made himself commander-in-chief of Maryland military forces and the governing head of civil affairs, naming Ninian Beall as his leading assistant in both areas. . . .
William Joseph went back to his tobacco plantation, retiring home to Ireland in 1701, where he became a prominent Dublin merchant. Henry Darnall was gone like a shot, leaving Maryland a month after the Protestant revolt to report the details to his boss Lord Baltimore in England. He eventually returned as a representative of the Calverts and was appointed chief administrator of their still extensive Maryland holdings. Business is business, and Darnall ended up selling a very large tract of Calvert land to Ninian Beall. He died on June 16, 1711, and was buried at his plantation, Darnall's Delight, in southern Prince George's County. In London, Lord Baltimore was horrified when he heard the details of the Maryland rebellion from Darnall. As it turned out, he had indeed recognized William and Mary as Britain's rightful rulers. But the man he sent with that message to Maryland died enroute, and it was many months before Marylanders learned what Lord Baltimore was really thinking. The only message they received came in the form of William Joseph and his divine rule gobbledygook. Precisely the wrong man at the wrong time, as the Associators' revolt soon proved. Baltimore protested to the English government and sought the Crown's aid in ousting the Maryland rebels. But the Associators also took their cause across the Atlantic, submitting a document in early 1691 entitled "Articles Against Lord Baltimore" to William and Mary. The Crown recognized the government of the Associators and accepted their petition to declare Maryland a royal province. The Calverts lost hands down. Their charter rights were suspended and they were deprived of the right to govern Maryland, although permitted to retain their lands and revenues. Catholics were formally barred from office in Maryland, as they were in England."
Hope this helps Dennis Bell Burnaby, B.C. Canada


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 _Philip DARNELL _____|
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|--Henry DARNELL "the Immigrant"
|  (1630 - 1711)
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|_Mary CALVERT _______|
  (1610 - 1692)       |
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[S2919]

[S2934]


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ADELIZA FITZ OSBERN

ABT 1060 - ____

ID Number: I98886

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1060
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3361]
Father: WILLIAM de BRETEUIL FITZ OSBERN Ist Earl of Hereford
Mother: ALICE de TOENI of Hereford


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D. Adeliza FitzOsbern; Identified in BE1883 (Courtenay of Devon) where she is reported to have married Richard de Redvers, 1st Earl of Devon, but that is not supported by TCP.



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                                                        _HILDOUIN de BRETEUIL Count of Breteuil___________|
                                                       | (0970 - 1060)                                    |
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 _WILLIAM de BRETEUIL FITZ OSBERN Ist Earl of Hereford_|
| (1030 - 1071)                                        |
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|--ADELIZA FITZ OSBERN 
|  (1060 - ....)
|                                                                                                          _RALPH II (Rodulf II) de TOENI of Tosni, France______________+
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|                                                       _ROGER I "the Spaniard" de TOENI Of Tosni, France_|
|                                                      | (0990 - 1040)                                    |
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|_ALICE de TOENI of Hereford___________________________|
  (1035 - ....)                                        |
                                                       |                                                   _RAYMOND I "The Crooked" Berengar BORRELL Count of Barcelona_+
                                                       |                                                  | (1005 - 1035) m 1021                                        
                                                       |_ADELA (Adelaida) BORRELL of Barcelona____________|
                                                         (0995 - 1077)                                    |
                                                                                                          |_SANCHEZ SANCHA de CASTILE of Gascony________________________+
                                                                                                            (1006 - 1026) m 1021                                        

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Melton George HIGGINBOTHAM

10 Feb 1894 - 12 Mar 1963

ID Number: I17078

  • RESIDENCE: Noxubee & Clay Cos. MS
  • BIRTH: 10 Feb 1894
  • DEATH: 12 Mar 1963
  • RESOURCES: See: [S142] [S464]
Father: George Washington HIGGINBOTHAM
Mother: Louise Caroline MORRIS



                                                                  _Benjamin Graves HIGGINBOTHAM _+
                                                                 | (1788 - 1862) m 1812          
                                   _James Larkin HIGGINBOTHAM ___|
                                  | (1828 - 1915) m 1850         |
                                  |                              |_Mary "Polly" Foster LAWLESS __+
                                  |                                (1795 - 1874) m 1812          
 _George Washington HIGGINBOTHAM _|
| (1861 - 1937) m 1884            |
|                                 |                               _Isaac THOMAS _________________+
|                                 |                              | (1800 - ....)                 
|                                 |_Marguerete Elizabeth THOMAS _|
|                                   (1829 - 1898) m 1850         |
|                                                                |_Elizabeth_____________________
|                                                                  (1800 - ....)                 
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|--Melton George HIGGINBOTHAM 
|  (1894 - 1963)
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|                                  _Sion Marion MORRIS __________|
|                                 | (1828 - 1905) m 1855         |
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|_Louise Caroline MORRIS _________|
  (1866 - 1950) m 1884            |
                                  |                               _______________________________
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                                  |_Emily BEAVERS _______________|
                                    (1840 - ....) m 1855         |
                                                                 |_______________________________
                                                                                                 

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Robert Stephen HUFF

15 Mar 1850 - 11 Aug 1881

ID Number: I6463

  • RESIDENCE: Franklin Co. Ms.
  • BIRTH: 15 Mar 1850
  • DEATH: 11 Aug 1881
  • RESOURCES: See: [S295] [S893]
Father: Newton Lawrence HUFF C.S.A.
Mother: Ellen Jane Mildred COLLINSWORTH



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 _Newton Lawrence HUFF C.S.A.______|
| (1818 - 1866) m 1836             |
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|--Robert Stephen HUFF 
|  (1850 - 1881)
|                                                           _William COLLINSWORTH Sr._+
|                                                          | (1754 - 1799) m 1779     
|                                   _Thomas COLLINSWORTH __|
|                                  | (1779 - 1837) m 1802  |
|                                  |                       |_Abagail "Abba"___________
|                                  |                         (1760 - 1807) m 1779     
|_Ellen Jane Mildred COLLINSWORTH _|
  (1816 - 1868) m 1836             |
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                                   |_Martha "Patty" BONDS _|
                                     (1782 - 1847) m 1802  |
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[S893]


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Mary SUBLETT

1812 - 1893

ID Number: I36532

  • RESIDENCE: KY and Wis and MO and CA
  • BIRTH: 1812, Westport, KY
  • DEATH: 1893, Los Angeles, CA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: William SUBLETT
Mother: Nancy SAMUEL


Family 1 : John Falls O'NEILL

                                             _Louis Lewis SUBLETT\SOBLET _+
                                            | (1728 - 1802)               
                       _Lewis SUBLETT III___|
                      | (1759 - 1830) m 1779|
                      |                     |_Frances MAGRUDER ___________
                      |                       (1730 - ....)               
 _William SUBLETT ____|
| (1780 - 1840) m 1806|
|                     |                      _John James TRABUE __________+
|                     |                     | (1714 - 1775) m 1744        
|                     |_Mary TRABUE ________|
|                       (1758 - 1792) m 1779|
|                                           |_Olympe (Olympia) DUPUY _____+
|                                             (1729 - 1822) m 1744        
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|--Mary SUBLETT 
|  (1812 - 1893)
|                                            _____________________________
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|                      _Thomas SAMUEL ______|
|                     | (1760 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________________
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|_Nancy SAMUEL _______|
  (1780 - 1845) m 1806|
                      |                      _____________________________
                      |                     |                             
                      |_____________________|
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                                            |_____________________________
                                                                          

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