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Gabriel Alexander ALVIS Jr.

9 Sep 1865 - 28 Sep 1927

ID Number: I8892

  • RESIDENCE: Morgan Co. AL
  • BIRTH: 9 Sep 1865, AL
  • DEATH: 28 Sep 1927, Morgan Co. AL
  • BURIAL: New Hope Missionary Baptist Cem. Morgan Co. AL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S111] [S315]
Father: Gabriel Alexander ALVIS Sr.
Mother: Mary A. VANZANDT


Family 1 : Mandy A. YOUNG
  1. +Daniel Alexander ALVIS
Family 2 : Mary L. J. YARBROUGH
  1.  Virgil Jackson ALVIS

Notes


1900 Census of Morgan Co. AL, Enumeration Dist 128, Sheet 13, Falkville Precinct lists Alexander Alvis b Sep 1862. His tombstone marking lists his bd as 8 Sep 1865,


1910 US census Morgan Co. AL list Gabriel, age 49, wife Mary J. age 42, dau Julia age 16, son Johnnie C. age 12, dau Bessie E. Age 9, son Eddie age 6, dau Virgie age 2.


The Virgie was Virgil Jack Alvis, Sr. b 4 Feb 1908 d. Feb 13, 1982 in Morgan Co. AL.


another child was Daniel Alexander Alvis b Mar 1882., who was prob. not in hsld in 1910.


Son Eddie m. Mary Jane Woodruff in Cullman d. 1979 bur. New Hope Missionary Bap. Cem. Cullman. [S315]


                                                               _David ALVIS II______+
                                                              | (1748 - 1814) m 1768
                               _David ALVIS III_______________|
                              | (1781 - 1848) m 1807          |
                              |                               |_Mary CAUTHON _______+
                              |                                 (1750 - 1784) m 1768
 _Gabriel Alexander ALVIS Sr._|
| (1830 - 1865) m 1851        |
|                             |                                _____________________
|                             |                               |                     
|                             |_Elizabeth DEQUARE (DEQUOIRE) _|
|                               (1784 - 1853) m 1807          |
|                                                             |_____________________
|                                                                                   
|
|--Gabriel Alexander ALVIS Jr.
|  (1865 - 1927)
|                                                              _____________________
|                                                             |                     
|                              _______________________________|
|                             |                               |
|                             |                               |_____________________
|                             |                                                     
|_Mary A. VANZANDT ___________|
  (1830 - 1868) m 1851        |
                              |                                _____________________
                              |                               |                     
                              |_______________________________|
                                                              |
                                                              |_____________________
                                                                                    

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[S111]

[S315]

[S315]


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WALTER de BOLBEC Lord of Whitchurch

ABT 1180 - ____

ID Number: I53111

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1180
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1922]

Family 1 : MARY de MERLAY of Morpeth

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JOHN BOURCHIER 2nd Lord Berners

ABT 1467 - ABT 19 Mar 1532

ID Number: I38961

  • OCCUPATION: K.B.
  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1467
  • DEATH: ABT 19 Mar 1532, Calais
  • BURIAL: Calais Parish Church
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1418] [S2338]
Father: HUMPHREY BOURCHIER 2nd Lord Berners, Knt.
Mother: ELIZABETH TILNEY of Surrey


Family 1 : KATHERINE HOWARD

Notes


By a concubine Elizabeth Bacon, he had children born in his wife's lifetime: James, Humphrey, George, and Ursula. He was a distinguised as a soldier, a coutier, and an author of considerable note, being translator of "Froissart".


He was Knight of the Bath 17 Jan 1477/8, Member of Parliment 1495-1529, and
was Chancellor of the Exchequer 1516-1527. Ref: Ancestral Roots, Weis, 7th edition, 1992.


                                                                                                _WILLIAM of Normandy BOURCHIER Earl of d'Eu, Knt. M.P._+
                                                                                               | (1374 - 1420) m 1405                                  
                                             _JOHN BOURCHIER 1st Lord of Berners_______________|
                                            | (1415 - 1474)                                    |
                                            |                                                  |_ANNE PLANTAGENET of Woodstock_________________________+
                                            |                                                    (1383 - 1438) m 1405                                  
 _HUMPHREY BOURCHIER 2nd Lord Berners, Knt._|
| (1440 - 1471)                             |
|                                           |                                                   _RICHARD BERNERS Knt. of West Horsley__________________
|                                           |                                                  | (1388 - 1421)                                         
|                                           |_MARGERY BERNERS _________________________________|
|                                             (.... - 1475)                                    |
|                                                                                              |_PHILIPPE DALYNGRIDGE _________________________________+
|                                                                                                (1398 - 1421)                                         
|
|--JOHN BOURCHIER 2nd Lord Berners
|  (1467 - 1532)
|                                                                                               _PHILIP de TILNEY _____________________________________+
|                                                                                              | (1389 - 1453)                                         
|                                            _FREDERICK TILNEY (TYLNEY) of Ashwellthorpe, Knt._|
|                                           | (1430 - ....)                                    |
|                                           |                                                  |_ELIZABETH (Isabel) THORPE ____________________________
|                                           |                                                    (.... - 1436)                                         
|_ELIZABETH TILNEY of Surrey________________|
  (1445 - 1497)                             |
                                            |                                                   _LAURENCE CHENEY of Fen Ditton_________________________+
                                            |                                                  | (1396 - 1461) m 1420                                  
                                            |_ELIZABETH CHENEY of Fen Ditton___________________|
                                              (1430 - 1473)                                    |
                                                                                               |_ELIZABETH COKAYNE ____________________________________+
                                                                                                 (1405 - ....) m 1420                                  

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John HAWKINS "the Immigrant"

1664 - 1705

ID Number: I76769

  • RESIDENCE: ENG and abt 1665 Charles and Prince George Cos. MD
  • BIRTH: 1664, Weybridge, Surrey, England [387724]
  • DEATH: 1705, Prince George Co. Maryland
  • BURIAL: 11 Apr 1664
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S2921] [S2930]
Father: Henry HAWKINS "the Immigrant"
Mother: Eleanor COLE


Family 1 : Elizabeth MARSHALL

Notes


Immigrated before 1666, transporting his wife Eleanor, and son John. (SK 9.307)


"John Hawkins; d by 1750 PGCo (PGPR BB1.077, 106; Jb 1.020, 045)
John was one of the justices of PGCo.


He inherited Goats Lodge and 1/2 Hawkins' Purchase (formerly Fair Fountain) and 266 acres Hawkins Lot from 1699 will of his father; Elizabeth was one of the legatees of the will of Elizabeth Smith of Charles Co. 1698 (MCW II.142) and she inherited part of Two Friends from the will of her father (MCW I.78)


John Hawkins, PGCo.; 34.13.6 sterling; 7 July 1705; Appraised by Robert Middleton and Francis Marbury. (I&A 3.701)


Mr. John Hawkins, PGCo.; Acct; 119.12.0 sterling; 173.5.2, sterling balance; 26 Mar 1707; admins; Hickford Leman, Mr. Henry Hawkins. (I&A 27.136)


John Hawkins, PGCo.; Acct; 191.11.8 sterling; 12 Jul 1709; admins; Hickford Leman, Mr. Henry Holland Hawkins. (I&A 29.390)


transported by his father in 1666.


Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland
Liber25-, 1699-1708 by V. L. Skinner Jr.


Mr. John Hawkins 27.136 A PG 119.12.0 173.5.2 Mar 26 1707
mentions wife (unnamed, dead) of Deceased.
Recieved from: Mr. Robinson, William Elliot, Walter Bayne, Charles Jones, Maj. Wilson, Mr. Thomas Addison.


Payments to: Mr. Frazer, Hickford Lemon, James Haddock, Henry Gutteridge, Benjamin Burges, Arnold Livers, Thomas Middleton, Fran. Marbury, Mr. William Hatton, William Smith, John Willcoxon, Walter Evans, James Moore, John Lenham, WilliamWilliams, Mary Roberts, Daniel Delozer, Thomas Stonestreet, Thomas Sprigg, Thomas Edlin, Fran. Clarke, James Wallis, Nathaniel Jenkinson, William Hutchison, Sarah Hutchison, Col. John Contee, Esq. Brooks, Widow Barton.
Administrators: Mr. Hickford Leman, Mr. Henry Hawkins.


This is what I have written about John Hawkins (above) who was my ancestor:
Ann Stinson [SMTP:astinson@midamerica.net]


John Hawkins was transported to Maryland in 1666 with his father, Henry Hawkins, and his mother, Eleanor Hawkins. In 1681, John Hawkins was on the Tax List for Charles Co, MD, being assessed for 1800 lbs tobacco - a relatively large amount.
In 1689, John Hawkins, Gent., signed "Declaration of Remonstrance" to curb rumors that Papists had leagued with the Indians to cut off Protestants in the Province. His daughter's father-in-law, John Bayne, also, signed the declaration that the rumors were not true.
In 1689, John Hawkins along with others addressed King William and Queen Mary on behalf of the Protestants of Calvert Co. MD: " --wee your Majties loyall and dutiful Protestant Subjects in these our Addresses humbly crave by your Majties care and prudence to be freed and enlarged, & that the Government together with your Majesties favour, and a lasting Settlement may be again restored to the Rt Honble the Lord Baltemore - -" (Lord Baltimore favored religious freedom).
An inventory of John Hawkins' estate in Prince George County, March 26, 1707, indicated that his wife was deceased. The estate received payment from Walter Bayne (John's son-in-law). Henry Hawkins (John's brother) and Hickford Leman were the administrators.
The will of Henry Hawkins, John Hawkins' father, left 100 acres called "Goat's Lodge", "Hawkins Purchase" (formerly called "Fair Fountain" which was bought of Capt Josias Fendall who took the office of Governor of MD in 1658), and land formerly in Charles Co near Piscataway and now in Prince George's Co called "Hawkins Lott" to John Hawkins in 1698.
In June, 1696, There was an Indenture from John Hawkins, Planter,
to Thomas Hutchison for "The Two Friends" formerly in St. Marys Co. for John Hawkins and Elizabeth Hawkins.
In 1696/97 John Hawkins, his brother, Henry, William Barton, Phillip Hoskins and John Hanson were Vestrymen in the Port Tobacco Parish where there were 346 taxables.
An inventory for Jonathon Wilson, "inholder",filed 7/30/1701 in Prince George's County indicated that John Hawkins was one of a list of people who owed the inn a small amount.
John Hawkins I was a Justice of the Peace and a Judge of the Circuit Court of Prince George's County, MD.


An LDS entry reads: John Hawkins Christening: 11 Apr 1664 Weybridge, Surrey, England
Father: Henry Hawkins Mother: Ellenor (found by Steuart Bowling)








[S2930]

[387724]
LDS


                                    __
                                   |  
                                 __|
                                |  |
                                |  |__
                                |     
 _Henry HAWKINS "the Immigrant"_|
| (1627 - 1699) m 1663          |
|                               |   __
|                               |  |  
|                               |__|
|                                  |
|                                  |__
|                                     
|
|--John HAWKINS "the Immigrant"
|  (1664 - 1705)
|                                   __
|                                  |  
|                                __|
|                               |  |
|                               |  |__
|                               |     
|_Eleanor COLE _________________|
  (1640 - 1675) m 1663          |
                                |   __
                                |  |  
                                |__|
                                   |
                                   |__
                                      

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Thomas PENICK

23 Feb 1749 - BEF 16 Feb 1824

ID Number: I103276

  • RESIDENCE: of Amelia and Prince Edward Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 23 Feb 1749, Virginia
  • DEATH: BEF 16 Feb 1824, Prince Edward Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3738]
Father: John PENICK
Mother: Mary MALLORY


Family 1 : Keziah OWEN
  1. +John PENICK

Notes


Children:
2 Martha Penick + Daniel Owen Rowlett b: 1786 d: Dead
2 Thompson Penick b: 1770 d: BEF. 3 JUL 1834 + Martha W. \\ b: 1785 d: Dead
2 Phebe Penick b: 1771 d: Dead + William Crews b: 22 NOV d: Dead
2 John Penick b: 6 JAN 1774 d: 20 FEB 1828 + Sarah Johns d: AFT. 20 AUG 1850
2 Henry Matthew Penick b: BET. 1775 - 1794 d: 26 SEP 1826 + Sarah Chappell McGehee b: ABT. 1793 d: AFT. 1827
2 William Penick b: 4 JUL 1781 d: BEF. 17 DEC 1838 + Sally Bailey
2 Jesse Penick b: 1783 d: 1859 + Nancy Phillips + Margaret L
2 Jane Penick b: 1784 d: 1840 + Edwin Boyd Jackson
2 Owen Penick b: ABT. 1790 d: ABT. 1812


                                             _Edward PENICK Sr.___
                                            | (1660 - 1721)       
                       _Edward PENICK Jr.___|
                      | (1686 - 1734)       |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _John PENICK ________|
| (1715 - 1787)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Thomas PENICK 
|  (1749 - 1824)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Mary MALLORY _______|
  (1730 - 1803)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Peter A. K. POUNCEY

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I30336

  • RESIDENCE: Marlboro Co. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S799] [S1185]

Family 1 : Adaline HODGES

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John TALIAFERRO

ABT 1764 - ____

ID Number: I86940

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1764, Stevensburg, Culpeper Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3225]
Father: Henry (Harry) TALIAFERRO


Family 1 : Alice LECKIE
  1.  Robert Leckie TALIAFERRO

                                                   _Charles TALIAFERRO _+
                                                  | (1692 - 1724) m 1710
                             _Kempe TALIAFERRO ___|
                            | (1723 - 1749)       |
                            |                     |_Ann KEMPE __________+
                            |                       (1694 - ....) m 1710
 _Henry (Harry) TALIAFERRO _|
| (1737 - 1808)             |
|                           |                      _____________________
|                           |                     |                     
|                           |_Mary THORNTON ______|
|                             (1720 - 1760)       |
|                                                 |_____________________
|                                                                       
|
|--John TALIAFERRO 
|  (1764 - ....)
|                                                  _____________________
|                                                 |                     
|                            _____________________|
|                           |                     |
|                           |                     |_____________________
|                           |                                           
|___________________________|
                            |
                            |                      _____________________
                            |                     |                     
                            |_____________________|
                                                  |
                                                  |_____________________
                                                                        

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Thomas WHITTEN Sr.

10 Sep 1719 - 1794

ID Number: I99544

  • RESIDENCE: of Cecil Co. MD and abt 1767 Montgomery and Tazewell Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 10 Sep 1719, prob.Cecil Co. Maryland
  • DEATH: 1794, Tazewell Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: note [S318] [S328]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) WHITTEN


Family 1 : Elizabeth CECIL
  1.  John WHITTEN

Notes


John Whitten & Lucy? Thoma Whiten James Whitten wit on will of James Maxwell in 1820 of Tazewell. County.
Children:
2 John WHITTEN + Catherine LEFTWICH
2 John WHITTEN b: 1743 + Linnie CECIL b: ABT 1750
2 Elizabeth Cecil WHITTEN b: 17 JUL 1743 + John GREENUP b: ABT 1739
2 Susannah WHITTEN b: 16 SEP 1745 d: 1832 + Joshua DICKERSON b: 14 MAR 1738/39 d: 10 OCT 1827
2 Philip WHITTEN b: 8 JUN 1747 + Ruth DICKERSON b: ABT 1751
2 Jeremiah WHITTEN b: 30 MAR 1749 d: ABT 1845 + SARAH b: ABT 1753
2 Keziah WHITTEN b: 13 FEB 1751/52 d: 15 MAY 1837 + John CECIL b: ABT 1747
2 Thomas WHITTEN , Jr. b: 23 JAN 1753 d: 6 OCT 1841 + Eleanor CECIL b: ABT 1757
2 Nancy Ann WHITTEN b: 9 FEB 1755 d: 6 SEP 1843 + William CECIL b: ABT 1751
2 William WHITTEN b: 1757 d: 16 OCT 1758
2 James WHITTEN b: 7 JAN 1759 d: 15 MAR 1830 + Rebecca CECIL b: ABT 1763
2 William Hanley WHITTEN b: 7 NOV 1761 + Letitia LAIRD b: ABT 1765 + Charlotte HACKWORTH b: ABT 1765


DEATH: Ancestral File 9HTL-6F says d bef 1795 Wythe, VA.


From: Randy Jones Subject: Re: WHITTEN of MO, or WHITTEN of MO w/ VA origins Date: Saturday, June 12, 1999 11:04 AM


A group of Whittens were settled in to the Tazewell Co. area (southwestern) of Virginia. The name derives from Witten. The earliest Witten to the area was Thomas J. WITTEN (1719-85) and his wife Elizabeth CECIL, who settled what was then Montgomery Co., VA c.1767. The family was prolific and have settled throughout the country, although some I believe are still in Tazewell.


I recommend checking --
"The History of the Middle River Settlements and Contiuguous Territory" by D.E. JOHNSTON, published 1906
"History of the Settlement and Indian Wars of Tazewell Co., VA" by George W.L. BICKLEY, published in 1852,
"History of Tazewell Co. and W.W. Va, 1748-1920 by W.C. PENDLETON
"Whitten and Allied Families" by Virginia Wood Alexander and Wm. C. Whitten, 1984
"Whitten and Allied Families", by John N. HARMON 1925
"Early Families of Eastern and Southeastern Kentucky," by William C. KOZE


- Randy Jones REF: "Whitten Book", p. 495


MIL: "Tazewell Co., VA", p.212; Rev. War Pension App; Thomas Witten, VA -
#S6407 - Applied 15 Oct 1832, resident of Tazewell County, aged 80 years in
January next. Enlisted under Capt. Thomas Mastin, Lt. James Maxwell in June
1776. Acted as a Spy on the frontier.


Another piece of documentation for the fact that thomas J. Witten was not a minister is as follows; the home he built in Tazewell Co., VA is now a historical museum called HISTORIC CRAB ORCHARD MUSEUM & PIONEER PARK. It contains not only the home of Thomas Witten and Elizabeth Cecil but many other buildings of the same period brought to the area to help preserve the history of the area. Thomas Witten was one of the first settlers of that area. He is buried across the road from the museum and because of his fear of the Indians digging him up for his scalp, his grave remains unmarked at his original request. The Pisgah Church across the street from the home of Thomas Witten and Elizabeth Cecil "is included in the Big Car Orchard Historic and Archaeological Complex which is listed with the National register of Historic Places, the Virginia Landmark Register, and the Register of United Methodist Historic Sites." This is from PISGAH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH-2 Centuries of Faith 1793-1993, compiled by Terry W. Mullins, 1993. On pg 1 of the same; "The land now known as Pisgah originally deeded to John Shelton, Patrick Henry and later William Ingles, was sold to Thomas Witten, who along with his family, became the first permanent white settlers of Tazewell County. Thomas and his family, including 5 sons, Philip, Jeremiah, Thomas, James, and William had moved from Maryland to Walker's Creek in Giles county where they lived on the New River for a time. Then Thomas, along with his son-in-law, John Greenup, moved to Crab Orchard at Pisgah on the Clinch River about 1769-1771." Thomas donated the land for the church and the first minister was Rev. John Kobler. Pg. 4
"As a result of Rev. Kobler's preaching, nine white persons and two black persons were converted and a congregation formed in 1793. Among Kobler's first Tazewell converts were Jeremiah and Sarah Skaggs Witten, William and Letitia Laird Witten, John and Sarah Peery, Elizabeth Witten Greenup, Samuel Ferguson, Isabella Ferguson (Bailey) and two unnamed black persons. Jeremiah Witten, William Witten and Elizabeth Greenup were all children of the original settler--Thomas Witten."


Thomas J. Witten, Sr, my 5g grandfather, and 2 of his sons, James and Thomas J. Witten, Jr., my 4g grandfathers (I decend from 2 of the sons of Thomas, SR.) were all in the RevWar and were 3 of my 4 original Patrons into the DAR.


I have been hearing family history since I can barely remember from my grandmother, Cynthis Rebecca Witten Hoilman, who was very proud of her heritage and the Regent of her local DAR chapter in the 1940's. She would have mentioned it every chance she got if he had been a minister and I have never heard this before nor can I find any reference to it anywhere in Tazewell Co., VA.


I am also a member of the Historic Crab Orchard Museum and a life member of the Tazewell County Historical Society. Hope this helps, Paul. If you would like additional documentation or for me to copy something from my books for you, will be happy to; Melinda Collins Larson - 13 Jun 1997


Endnotes
1. Carol M. Cies .
2. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
3. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by
Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
4. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
5. Vol 3 WFT 4622.
6. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
7. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
8. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
9. My Dad & His Folks, A History of the Witten and Graham Washington: L &
F Ledbetter, 1932WFT Vol 5 #202WFT Vol 4 #803
10. WFT Vol 5 #202WFT Vol 7 #684
11. WFT Vol 5 #202
12. Vol 9 WFT 625.
13. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by
Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
14. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
15. Vol 2 of WFT #6166
16. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
17. WFT Vol 5 #1527 by Broderbund.
18. Vol 9 WFT 625.
19. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
20. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by
Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
21. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
22. Vol III, John Graham of VA & KY (CD 185).
23. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
24. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by
Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
25. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
26. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
27. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by
Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
28. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
29. WFT Vol 5 #202
30. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
31. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by
Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
32. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
33. Elise Jourdan's Book.
34. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
35. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by
Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
36. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
37. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
38. Karen L. Salisbury email of 12 Jun 1997
39. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
40. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by
Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
41. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
42. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
43. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by
Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
44. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
45. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
46. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by
Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
47. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
48. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
49. WFT Vol 5 #202 by Broderbund.
50. Vol 5 WFT 202 & 203 by Broderbund.
51. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
52. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by
Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
53. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
54. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
55. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by
Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
56. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
57. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
58. My Dad and HIs Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families by
Washington: L & F Ledbetter, 1932.
59. Bible Record of T.V.E. Witten.
60. My Dad and His Folks: A History of the Witten and Graham Families: By
James W. Witten: Washington: L. & F. Ledbetter, 1932
61. Vol 2 WFT 6166.
62. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
63. Vol 2 WFT 6166.
64. Karen Salisbury ie:ksalisbury@ccsinc.com.
65. Vol 3 WFT 4622.
66. Vol 3 #4622 by BroderbundPioneers of the Virginia Bluegrass
67. WFT Vol 3 #4622 by Broderbund
68. Vol 3 WFT 4622.
69. Pioneers of the Virginia BluegrassWFT Vol 3 #4622 by Broderbund
70. Pioneers of Virginia BluegrassWFT Vol 3 #4622 by Broderbund
71. Vol 3 WFT 4622.
72. Vol 8 WFT 1590.
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74. Vol 3 WFT 4622.
75. Vol 8 WFT 1590.
76. Vol 3 WFT 4622.


C9341. ANNALS OF TAZEWELL COUNTY, VIRGINIA FROM 1800 TO 1924, 2 volumes, by John Newton Harman. 467, 653 pp., illus., indexed, paper. (1922, 1925), repr. 1999. $95.00


Tazewell County in southwestern Virginia was formed from Russell and Wythe counties in 1799. Notwithstanding its considerable and unique contribution to Virginia history, Tazewell County takes on added importance for Virginia genealogists for lying to adjacent to the great Augusta migration trail which traversed southern Virginia.


While this book is nearly 75 years old at this point, it is nonetheless a colossal undertaking and still the starting point for Tazewell genealogy and history. It is a vast extraction o f county court records. Volume 1 contains extracts of court orders, wills and deeds, names of all civil and military officers, all lawyers admited to the bar, all preachers licensed and an exact copy of the Tazewell marrige registers from 1800 to 1852, every deed made to churches of all denominations from 1800 to 1922, the names of all Tazwwell representatives in the General Assembly of Virginia from 1800 to 1852, and a list of Revolutionary pensioners. Volume II continues the principal features of Volume I from 1853, with marriage records to 1868, the names of all devisers and devisees of wills to 1924, lists of Tazewell soldiers in the Revolutionary War, the Civil War and World War II, various court orders, and a fairly complete list of Tazewell churches and church officers in 1924. The concluding 250 pages consist of genealogies of the following pioneer families: Bandy, Barns, Bowing, Chapman, Couling, Crockett, Deskins-Maxwell-Witten-Fields, Gillespie, Gose, Graham, Graybeal-Greear, Greever, Hankins, Harman, Higginbotham, Holmes, Hopkins, Laird, Linkous, Litz, Lockhart, McGuire, Martin, Maxwell, Mays, Moore, Peery, Sparks, Stras, Thompson, Tynes, Ward, Whitley, Witten, Wohlford-Mustard, Yot and Young - nearly 40,000 persons.


Family Information


Husband: Thomas Whitten Father: Thomas Whitten
Mother: Ann Cecil
Wife: Elizabeth Cecil Father: John Cecil
Mother: Elizabeth Sellers
Marriage Date: 1742 Marriage Place: Prince George Co., Maryland
Children: John Whitten
John Whitten
Elizabeth Whitten
Susannah Whitten
Phillip Whitten
Jeremiah Whitten
Keziah Whitten
Thomas Whitten
Nancy Ann Whitten
William Whitten
James Whitten
William Hanley Whitten


REF: NSDAR Supplemental Line of Helen Joyce Nichols Battleson - #551794 A684 / approved 3/20/89


He fought in the RW, probably taking part in the Battle of King's Mountain.
NSDAR Patriot Index p. 741
DAR Magazine (Dec 1968), p. 947 - Rev. ancestors, Sgt. Thoms Whitten, Sr. of VA
DAR Patriot Index, Thomas Whitten, Sr., b 1719 d 1785 md Elizabeth Cecil, P. S., VA


Father: Thomas WHITTEN b: 9 FEB 1671/72 in ENG
Mother: Ann CECIL b: BEF 1700 in MD


Marriage 1 Elizabeth CECIL b: 15 MAR 1719/20 in Queen Anne's Parish, Prince George's Co, MD Married: 1742 in prob, Prince George, MD


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