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Donald BLUE

____ - ____

ID Number: I98734

  • RESOURCES: See: LDS

Family 1 : Sarah MCCALLUM
  1. +Donald BLUE

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Mary Frozen DUNNAM

30 May 1869 - 12 Jul 1911

ID Number: I70592

  • RESIDENCE: Greene Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 30 May 1869, Greene Co. Mississippi
  • DEATH: 12 Jul 1911, Greene Co. Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: [S898]
Father: Ebenezer McCants DUNNAM C.S.A.
Mother: Jane HENDERSON



                                                                _John Peter DUNNAM __+
                                                               | (1740 - 1815) m 1770
                                  _Ebenezer McCants DUNNAM Sr._|
                                 | (1776 - 1846) m 1813        |
                                 |                             |_Elizabeth MCCANTS __+
                                 |                               (1749 - 1815) m 1770
 _Ebenezer McCants DUNNAM C.S.A._|
| (1829 - 1920)                  |
|                                |                              _____________________
|                                |                             |                     
|                                |_Elizabeth___________________|
|                                  (1780 - ....) m 1813        |
|                                                              |_____________________
|                                                                                    
|
|--Mary Frozen DUNNAM 
|  (1869 - 1911)
|                                                               _____________________
|                                                              |                     
|                                 _____________________________|
|                                |                             |
|                                |                             |_____________________
|                                |                                                   
|_Jane HENDERSON ________________|
  (1833 - 1914)                  |
                                 |                              _____________________
                                 |                             |                     
                                 |_____________________________|
                                                               |
                                                               |_____________________
                                                                                     

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Elizabeth ESTES

27 Sep 1748 - AFT 1812

ID Number: I90109

  • RESIDENCE: Caroline Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 27 Sep 1748, Caroline Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: AFT 1812
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3341]
Father: John ESTES
Mother: Mary MARSHALL


Family 1 : George DURRETT
  1.  John DURRETT
  2.  Catherine DURRETT
  3.  Elizabeth Marshall DURRETT

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Elizabeth Estes b: 27 SEP 1748 in Caroline Co., Va.

                                             _Abraham ESTES "the Immigrant"____
                                            | (1647 - 1720) m 1682             
                       _Thomas ESTES _______|
                      | (1692 - 1745) m 1717|
                      |                     |_Barbara BROCK ___________________+
                      |                       (1667 - 1720) m 1682             
 _John ESTES _________|
| (1725 - 1778) m 1746|
|                     |                      __________________________________
|                     |                     |                                  
|                     |_Ann ROGERS _________|
|                       (1690 - 1745) m 1717|
|                                           |__________________________________
|                                                                              
|
|--Elizabeth ESTES 
|  (1748 - 1812)
|                                            _Thomas MARSHALL _________________+
|                                           | (1660 - 1704) m 1680             
|                      _William MARSHALL ___|
|                     | (1685 - 1757) m 1715|
|                     |                     |_Martha Jane SHERWOOD ____________+
|                     |                       (1662 - 1749) m 1680             
|_Mary MARSHALL ______|
  (1726 - 1772) m 1746|
                      |                      _William WILLIAMS "the Immigrant"_
                      |                     | (1665 - 1712) m 1690             
                      |_Elizabeth WILLIAMS _|
                        (1691 - 1750) m 1715|
                                            |_Jael HARRISON ___________________+
                                              (1675 - 1733) m 1690             

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Prince JEAN-TRISTAN de FRANCE of France

8 Apr 1250 - 3 Aug 1270

ID Number: I83196

  • TITLE: Prince
  • RESIDENCE: Eqypt
  • BIRTH: 8 Apr 1250, Damietta, Damietta, Egypt
  • DEATH: 3 Aug 1270, near Tunis, Tunisia
  • BURIAL: St. Denis
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS
Father: LOUIS IX "The Saint" de FRANCE of France
Mother: MARGUERITE de PROVENCE of France


Family 1 : YOLANDE de BURGUNDY

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Jean Tristan Prince France b: 8 APR 1250 Damietta, Damietta, Egypt

                                                                              _PHILIPPE II "Augusta" de FRANCE of France___________+
                                                                             | (1165 - 1223) m 1187                                
                                            _LOUIS VIII de FRANCE of France__|
                                           | (1187 - 1226) m 1200            |
                                           |                                 |_ISABELLA de FLANDERS de Hainault____________________+
                                           |                                   (1170 - 1190) m 1187                                
 _LOUIS IX "The Saint" de FRANCE of France_|
| (1214 - 1270) m 1234                     |
|                                          |                                  _ALFONSO VIII de CASTILE of Castile__________________+
|                                          |                                 | (1155 - 1214) m 1177                                
|                                          |_BLANCA de CASTILE of France_____|
|                                            (1188 - 1252) m 1200            |
|                                                                            |_ELEANOR (Alainor) PLANTAGENET of Normandy___________+
|                                                                              (1162 - 1214) m 1177                                
|
|--JEAN-TRISTAN de FRANCE of France
|  (1250 - 1270)
|                                                                             _ALFONSO II (Alfonsez) "el Casto" PROVENCE of Aragon_+
|                                                                            | (1174 - 1209) m 1193                                
|                                           _RAYMOND IV BERENGAR de Provence_|
|                                          | (1195 - 1245) m 1219            |
|                                          |                                 |_GERSINDE II de SABRAN Countess of Forcalquier_______
|                                          |                                   (1181 - 1209) m 1193                                
|_MARGUERITE de PROVENCE of France_________|
  (1221 - 1295) m 1234                     |
                                           |                                  _THOMAS I de SAVOIE Count of Savoie__________________+
                                           |                                 | (1177 - 1233) m 1195                                
                                           |_BEATRIX de SAVOIE of Savoie_____|
                                             (1201 - 1266) m 1219            |
                                                                             |_MARGARET de GENEVA _________________________________+
                                                                               (1180 - 1257) m 1195                                

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Richardson Hunt GATEWOOD

6 Jun 1791 - 1 Sep 1870

ID Number: I75959

  • RESIDENCE: VA and KY and Parke, IN and White Oak Twp, Mahaska, IA
  • BIRTH: 6 Jun 1791
  • DEATH: 1 Sep 1870, White Oak Twp, Mahaska, Iowa [S828]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S828]
Father: Henry GATEWOOD
Mother: Olivia RAINES


Family 1 : Mary MILLS
  1. +William Harvey GATEWOOD
Family 2 : Olive BROYLES

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Children by Mary Mills:
2 (f) GATEWOOD b: 1815/1820
2 Roena Bonaparte GATEWOOD b: 6 AUG 1821
2 William Harvey GATEWOOD b: 22 Aug 1823 d: 18 Nov 1916 + Nancy LOUGH b: Abt 1825
2 Ethelinda GATEWOOD b: 29 MAR 1825


Children: Marriage 2 Olive BROYLES
2 James Henry GATEWOOD b: 1838 Parke, IN d: 22 JUL 1864
2 Mary Elizabeth GATEWOOD b: 3 NOV 1839 Parke, IN d: 15 MAR 1905
3 Ella SNELSON b: 3 MAY 1870 d: 7 FEB 1968 + Warren Elwood SABIN b: 19 DEC 1866
2 Charles A. GATEWOOD b: 26 DEC 1841 IN d: 27 APR 1862
2 John F. GATEWOOD b: 11 FEB 1844 IN
3 Roy GATEWOOD b: 1885
2 Margaret Ellen GATEWOOD b: 6 NOV 1846 Hancock, IL
2 Richardson Hunt GATEWOOD b: 20 JUL 1849 IL + Alice A. HENDERSON b: 9 APR 1857
3 Elma J. GATEWOOD b: Abt 1877
3 Clarra GATEWOOD b: Abt 1879
2 Sarah E. GATEWOOD b: 15 DEC 1851 White Oak TWP,Mahaska,IA d: 19 MAR 1907
2 Michael Christopher GATEWOOD b: 1855 Mahaska,IA
2 Minerva Angeline GATEWOOD b: 21 OCT 1857 Mahaska,IA d: 13 OCT 1866
2 Ignatius Rains GATEWOOD b: 21 OCT 1857 Mahaska,IA d: 21 FEB 1918
2 Edna Jane GATEWOOD b: 6 JUL 1860 d: 8 SEP 1862 IA



                                                   _Henry GATEWOOD Sr.__+
                                                  | (1692 - 1777) m 1714
                       _Richard GATEWOOD _________|
                      | (1740 - 1794) m 1760      |
                      |                           |_Dorothy DUDLEY _____+
                      |                             (1695 - 1751) m 1714
 _Henry GATEWOOD _____|
| (1765 - ....) m 1786|
|                     |                            _Edmund FOSTER ______+
|                     |                           | (1721 - 1748) m 1743
|                     |_Elizabeth "Betty" FOSTER _|
|                       (1744 - 1807) m 1760      |
|                                                 |_Tabitha COLLINS ____+
|                                                   (1723 - 1806) m 1743
|
|--Richardson Hunt GATEWOOD 
|  (1791 - 1870)
|                                                  _____________________
|                                                 |                     
|                      ___________________________|
|                     |                           |
|                     |                           |_____________________
|                     |                                                 
|_Olivia RAINES ______|
  (1770 - 1844) m 1786|
                      |                            _____________________
                      |                           |                     
                      |___________________________|
                                                  |
                                                  |_____________________
                                                                        

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Dale GUERRANT


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Hon. Robert Garlick Hill KEAN C.S.A.

7 Oct 1828 - 13 Jun 1898

ID Number: I52301

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. "Chief of the Bureau of War." Head of Confederate War Dept.
  • RESIDENCE: Lynchburg and Richmond, VA
  • BIRTH: 7 Oct 1828, Caroline Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 13 Jun 1898
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes [S1862]

Family 1 : Jane Nicholas RANDOLPH
  1. +Jefferson Randolph KEAN
Family 2 : Adelaide Navarro PRESCOTT

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Virginia Civil War Biographies Page: Colonel Robert G. H. Kean, Confederate Bureau of War


Colonel Robert G. H. Kean, of Lynchburg, Va., chief of the bureau of war of the Confederate States during a large part of the existence of that government, was born in Caroline county, Va., October 7, 1828. His grandfather, Andrew Kean, was a distinguished physician in his day and was offered by Mr. Jefferson the first chair in the medical department of the university of Virginia. The subject of this sketch was prepared for college at the Episcopal high school, under the charge of Rev. (afterward General) William N. Pendleton, and at the famous Concord academy, under the -charge of Frederick Coleman. His reputation as a scholar dates from his early boyhood. In 1848 he entered the university of Virginia and there took successively the degrees of bachelor of arts, master of arts and bachelor of law. No student ever left the university more distinguished for scholarship than he.


In the autumn of 1853 he settled at Lynchburg and began the practice of law, which he pursued with a success commensurate with his abilities and attainments until 1861, when he enlisted in the Confederate army as a private in the Lynchburg company, Eleventh Virginia infantry. General Ewell thrice offered him a staff appointment, but Mr. Kean refused, saying: "If some men of our position do not remain in the ranks, how can we expect men who have less at stake to stand by us." It was while thus serving in the ranks that he was sent for by General Beauregard on the night preceding the day of the battle of Manassas, to take part in a council of war.


Finally, in 1862, at the urgent insistence of his friend and connection, Gen. George W. Randolph, he accepted a position on his staff with the rank of captain, and on General Randolph's appointment as secretary of war, he was commissioned by President Davis, "Chief of the Bureau of War." This position he held until the close of the war. Upon the fall of the Confederacy he left Richmond with President Davis and his cabinet, and, stopping at Danville, opened the war office there for a few days, proceeding thence to Greensboro and Charlotte, N. C., where he, with other officials, was discharged from further duty.


It is important to note here that the heads of the different departments were preparing to destroy their official records when Mr. Kean protested vigorously against it, taking the ground that they contained matter of history which would be invaluable in vindicating the South against any malignant or untruthful charge which might be made against her. His earnest protest prevailed, and thus, through his instrumentality, the truth of the history of the great struggle of the Confederacy is preserved in the "War of the Rebellion Official Records," since published by our National government.


Mr. Kean's position in Richmond threw him in close and constant touch with many of the leaders of the lost cause, and gave him rare insight into much of the inside history of the war. In a diary which he kept during the time much of this is recorded. All the correspondence between the two governments regarding the Federal prisoners at Andersonville passed through his hands and his account of the matter can be found in Vol. I of the Southern Historical Society Papers, page 199.


Returning to Lynchburg in the autumn of i865, he resumed the practice of law and pursued it steadily until death closed his useful and honorable career. He was long recognized as one of the leaders of the Virginia bar, at a period in its history prolific in able lawyers, and was chosen second president of the Virginia state bar association, his only predecessor in that office being the venerable judge William J. Robertson.. As a scholar Mr. Kean's reputation was considerable. One of his letters to Prof. John Tyndall on a scientific subject was embodied in its entirety in an address by that distinguished scientist before the royal society of London. His public addresses and contributions to the press embrace a great variety of subjects and exerted a wide influence. A distinguished member of the faculty of the university of Virginia has said that his address before the Educational society of Virginia on the subject of the "Economy of Higher Education," induced the legislature to raise the annual appropriation to the university from $15,000 to $40,000. Nor was this his only service to his alma mater. For many years he served on her board of visitors and for two full terms as rector, and throughout his whole life he never missed an opportunity of advancing her interests.


In 1854 Mr. Kean was married to Jane Nicholas Randolph, daughter of Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, and great-granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson. By this marriage he had six children' three of whom survive, one, Capt. Jefferson Randolph Kean, being a surgeon in the U. S. army.


In 1874 he was again married, his second wife being Adelaide Navarro Prescott, a member of a distinguished Louisiana family, who with her four children survives him. Mr. Kean died at his residence in Lynchburg, on Monday morning, June 13, 1898, in the seventieth year of his age. At the time of his death he was, with the exception of Postmaster-General Reagan, of Texas, the highest civil officer of the Confederacy living. Conferate Military History, Vol. III, pp. 976-977.


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Harriett MCGREW

ABT 1810 - ____

ID Number: I20243

  • RESIDENCE: KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1810
  • RESOURCES: See: [S665]

Family 1 : William Richard Taylor TALIAFERRO

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Benjamin PENN Jr.

ABT 1760 - AFT 1777

ID Number: I89451

  • RESIDENCE: Anne Arundel Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • DEATH: AFT 1777
  • RESOURCES: See: Benjamin's Will
Father: Benjamin PENN Sr.
Mother: Dinah ACTON


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Item. I give and bequeath unto my Son Benjamin Penn Five thousand weight of Tobacco likewise a Cow and Calf.



                                                                     _William PENN Of Penn's Lodge_+
                                                                    | (1609 - 1676)                
                       _Edward of Maryland PENN Sr. "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1683 - 1741) m 1702                        |
                      |                                             |_Elizabeth MARKHAM? __________+
                      |                                               (1613 - ....)                
 _Benjamin PENN Sr.___|
| (1707 - 1777)       |
|                     |                                              ______________________________
|                     |                                             |                              
|                     |_Judith Holland DEAVOUR _____________________|
|                       (.... - 1741) m 1702                        |
|                                                                   |______________________________
|                                                                                                  
|
|--Benjamin PENN Jr.
|  (1760 - 1777)
|                                                                    ______________________________
|                                                                   |                              
|                      _____________________________________________|
|                     |                                             |
|                     |                                             |______________________________
|                     |                                                                            
|_Dinah ACTON ________|
  (1730 - ....)       |
                      |                                              ______________________________
                      |                                             |                              
                      |_____________________________________________|
                                                                    |
                                                                    |______________________________
                                                                                                   

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Samuel Augustus Maverick SYME C.S.A.

8 Apr 1838 - ____

ID Number: I102466

  • OCCUPATION: CSA Richmond Blues and served under Generals Floyd and Early;
  • RESIDENCE: Lewisburg, Greenbrier, VA and 1878 CA and 1886 Washington, DC
  • BIRTH: 8 Apr 1838, Lewisburg, Virginia (1863WVA)
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes
Father: William Henry SYME C.S.A.
Mother: Anna E. MAYS


Family 1 : Mary MAXWELL C.S.A.
  1.  Conrad Hunt SYME

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"Samuel Augustus Maverick Syme, the second son of Dr. Wilham Henry Syme, and the father of Conrad Hunt Syme, was born in Lewisburg, W. Va., April 8, 1838. He was educated at the Lewisburg Academy under Custer and other noted teachers, and shortly before the Civil war went to Indiana to attend college. Upon the outbreak of the war he went to Richmond, Va., where he volunteered in the Richmond Blues, commanded by Capt. Jennings Wise, and was with them during the West Virginia campaign in the early days of the war. He afterwards served under Generals Floyd and Early until the close of the war, when he returned to Lewisburg.


After serving some time as a civil engineer on the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad, he entered the merchandising business in Lewisburg. He was married to Mary Maxwell Hunt on December 13, 1866, and five children were born to them: Conrad Hunt Syme, Dr. William Henry Syme, Eliza Hunt and Jane Grey, all of Washington, D. C., and Mary Maxwell, who married the Rev. Henry Waddell Pratt, and who now resides at Abbeville, S. C.


Samuel A. M. Syme continued in the merchandising business until about 1878, when he went to California and engaged with the California Street Railway System, which had just installed the first cable line in use in the United States. He returned from California in 1886 and accepted a position in the Government service in Washington, where he has since resided."
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                                                   _John SYME III of "Rocky Mills"_+
                                                  | (1729 - 1785) m 1756           
                             _Nicholas M. SYME ___|
                            | (1757 - 1812)       |
                            |                     |_Mildred Thornton MERIWETHER ___+
                            |                       (1739 - ....) m 1756           
 _William Henry SYME C.S.A._|
| (1808 - 1875) m 1832      |
|                           |                      ________________________________
|                           |                     |                                
|                           |_Jane JOHNSON _______|
|                             (1760 - ....)       |
|                                                 |________________________________
|                                                                                  
|
|--Samuel Augustus Maverick SYME C.S.A.
|  (1838 - ....)
|                                                  ________________________________
|                                                 |                                
|                            _John MAYS __________|
|                           | (1760 - ....)       |
|                           |                     |________________________________
|                           |                                                      
|_Anna E. MAYS _____________|
  (1814 - 1880) m 1832      |
                            |                      _Samuel MCCLUNG ________________+
                            |                     |                                
                            |_Rebecca MCCLUNG ____|
                              (1770 - ....)       |
                                                  |________________________________
                                                                                   

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