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Lydia CALVERT

20 Aug 1748 - 1820

ID Number: I22542

  • RESIDENCE: Prince William Co. VA & Belmont Co. OH
  • BIRTH: 20 Aug 1748, Prince William Co. VA
  • DEATH: 1820, Belmont Co.Ohio
  • RESOURCES: See: [S764] [S2069]
Father: George CALVERT V
Mother: Anne CRUPPER


Family 1 : Archibald BIGBEE

                                             _George CALVERT III____+
                                            | (1672 - 1739) m 1690  
                       _John CALVERT III____|
                      | (1692 - 1731) m 1711|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth DOYNE ______+
                      |                       (1670 - ....) m 1690  
 _George CALVERT V____|
| (1712 - 1782) m 1740|
|                     |                      _Benjamin HARRISON III_+
|                     |                     | (1673 - 1710)         
|                     |_Elizabeth HARRISON _|
|                       (1693 - 1728) m 1711|
|                                           |_Elizabeth BURWELL ____+
|                                             (1677 - 1734)         
|
|--Lydia CALVERT 
|  (1748 - 1820)
|                                            _______________________
|                                           |                       
|                      _Richard CRUPPER ____|
|                     | (1690 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_______________________
|                     |                                             
|_Anne CRUPPER _______|
  (1720 - 1779) m 1740|
                      |                      _______________________
                      |                     |                       
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_______________________
                                                                    

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Rebecca FISHER

____ - ____

ID Number: I84896

  • RESIDENCE: Lexington, MS
  • BURIAL: Lexington, Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3144]
Father: Charles Fenton Mercer FISHER
Mother: Mary ESKRIDGE


Notes


I. Rebecca Fisher((6)), d. early, unmarried; interred in Lexington, Mississippi.



                                                       __________________________
                                                      |                          
                                 _George FISHER ______|
                                | (1770 - ....) m 1795|
                                |                     |__________________________
                                |                                                
 _Charles Fenton Mercer FISHER _|
| (1813 - 1848)                 |
|                               |                      _Jaquelin AMBLER _________+
|                               |                     | (1742 - 1798) m 1764     
|                               |_Anne AMBLER ________|
|                                 (1772 - 1832) m 1795|
|                                                     |_Mary (Rebecca?) BURWELL _+
|                                                       (1746 - ....) m 1764     
|
|--Rebecca FISHER 
|  
|                                                      __________________________
|                                                     |                          
|                                _____________________|
|                               |                     |
|                               |                     |__________________________
|                               |                                                
|_Mary ESKRIDGE ________________|
                                |
                                |                      __________________________
                                |                     |                          
                                |_____________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |__________________________
                                                                                 

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John FROGGE

1709 - 19 Aug 1794

ID Number: I91809

  • BIRTH: 1709
  • DEATH: 19 Aug 1794

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David M. HODGES

1 Aug 1853 - 2 Jan 1927

ID Number: I27909

  • RESIDENCE: Sevier Co. TN
  • BIRTH: 1 Aug 1853, Sevier Co. TN
  • DEATH: 2 Jan 1927
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1042]
Father: Edmond HODGES Jr.
Mother: Mary C. COWAN



                                                    _Isham HODGES Sr.__________________+
                                                   | (1750 - 1798)                     
                       _Edmond (Edmund) HODGES Sr._|
                      | (1776 - 1841) m 1797       |
                      |                            |_Mary______________________________
                      |                              (.... - 1806)                     
 _Edmond HODGES Jr.___|
| (1806 - 1862)       |
|                     |                             _Aaron PEARSON Sr._________________+
|                     |                            | (1736 - 1808)                     
|                     |_Sarah PEARSON _____________|
|                       (1780 - 1823) m 1797       |
|                                                  |_Winifred SPEARS __________________
|                                                    (1754 - 1805)                     
|
|--David M. HODGES 
|  (1853 - 1927)
|                                                   _(RESEARCH QUERY) COWAN OR COWDEN _
|                                                  |                                   
|                      _William Harvey COWAN ______|
|                     | (1790 - ....)              |
|                     |                            |___________________________________
|                     |                                                                
|_Mary C. COWAN ______|
  (1813 - 1892)       |
                      |                             ___________________________________
                      |                            |                                   
                      |_Ellen TOLBERT _____________|
                        (1790 - ....)              |
                                                   |___________________________________
                                                                                       

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William Burr HOWELL of the "Briars"

22 Feb 1797 - 16 Mar 1863

ID Number: I51067

  • OCCUPATION: War of 1812, naval officer
  • RESIDENCE: of Trenton, NJ and Natchez, MS and New Orleans, LA
  • BIRTH: 22 Feb 1797, Trenton, Mercer Co. New Jersey [S2169]
  • DEATH: 16 Mar 1863, New Orleans, Orleans Co. Louisiana [246165]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S520] [S554] [S1551] [S2169] [S2127] [S2736]
Father: Richard HOWELL of New Jersey
Mother: Kezia BURR


Family 1 : Margaret Louisa KEMPE
  1.  E. Garrett HOWELL
  2.  Charlotte C. HOWELL
  3. +Varina Anne Banks HOWELL of The Confederate States
  4.  Frances Priscilla HOWELL
  5.  Joseph Davis HOWELL
  6.  Beckett HOWELL
  7.  Jefferson Davis HOWELL
  8.  Jenny Kent HOWELL

Notes


served with honor in the battles on the lakes in the war of 1812. They lived at "The Briars", near Natchez, MS.
Children
Frances Priscilla HOWELL b: 1828 in Natchez, Adams, MS
E. Garrett HOWELL b: 4 JUN 1806 in Bardstown, Nelson, KY
Charlotte C. HOWELL b: 1825 in Bardstown, Nelson, KY
Variana Anne Banks HOWELL b: 7 MAY 1826 in Morango Plantation, LA
Joseph Davis HOWELL
Beckett HOWELL
Jefferson Davis HOWELL


[S2169]

[246165]
died: Montgomery, Alabama


                                                      _Joseph HOWELL Esq.__+
                                                     | (1703 - 1750)       
                                _Ebenezer HOWELL ____|
                               | (1727 - 1790)       |
                               |                     |_Margaret STARLING __
                               |                       (1705 - ....)       
 _Richard HOWELL of New Jersey_|
| (1754 - 1802) m 1779         |
|                              |                      _Samuel BOND ________
|                              |                     | (1691 - ....)       
|                              |_Sarah BOND _________|
|                                (1728 - 1812)       |
|                                                    |_Ann SHARPLES _______
|                                                      (1708 - ....)       
|
|--William Burr HOWELL of the "Briars"
|  (1797 - 1863)
|                                                     _John BURR __________+
|                                                    | (1691 - ....) m 1712
|                               _Joseph BURR ________|
|                              | (1725 - 1781) m 1749|
|                              |                     |_Keziah WRIGHT ______+
|                              |                       (1691 - 1731) m 1712
|_Kezia BURR __________________|
  (1758 - 1835) m 1779         |
                               |                      _____________________
                               |                     |                     
                               |_Mary MULLEN ________|
                                 (1731 - ....) m 1749|
                                                     |_____________________
                                                                           

Sources

[S2169]

[S520]

[S554]

[S1551]

[S2169]

[S2127]

[S2736]

[S2169]


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Daniel Bedinger LUCAS

16 Mar 1836 - 24 Jun 1909

ID Number: I66605

  • OCCUPATION: lawyer and "poet of the Shenandoah Valley."
  • RESIDENCE: Charlestown, VA
  • BIRTH: 16 Mar 1836, "Rion Hall" near Charlestown, Virginia
  • DEATH: 24 Jun 1909, "Rion Hall" near Charlestown, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: notes Bio & Poem [S2520]
Father: William LUCAS
Mother: Virginia A. BEDINGER


Notes


Spouse: Lena Tucker Brooke; Child: Virginia Lucas. In 1890 Daniel Bedinger Lucas was residing at Rion Hall and still owned the old Lucas property known as Cold Spring.


Biographies of Notable Americans, 1904: "LUCAS, Daniel Bedinger, jurist, was born in Charlestown, Va., March 16, 1836; son of William and Virginia (Bedinger) Lucas, and descended from Robert Lucas, General Assembly of Pennsylvania, 1683. He graduated from the University of Virginia in 1856, and from the law department of Washington college, Lexington, in 1858. He practised in Charlestown, 1858-60, and in Richmond, 1860-61. In 1861 he was appointed on the staff of Gen. Henry A. Wise, and at the close of the war returned to Charlestown and resumed the practice of law. He was married, Oct. 7, 1869, to Lena T., daughter of Henry L. Brooke, of Richmond, Va. He was a presidential elector on the Grant ticket in 1872, on the Tilden ticket in 1876, on the Cleveland ticket in 1884, and on the Bryan ticket in 1896, and was a representative in the West Virginia legislature, 1884-86. In March, 1887, on the failure of the legislature to elect a U.S. senator as successor to J. M. Camden, Gov. E. Willis Wilson appointed Mr. Lucas to the vacancy, and in 1888, when the legislature elected Charles J. Faulkner to complete the term, Governor Wilson appointed him president of the supreme court of appeals of West Virginia, and he held the office until 1893, when he returned to his practice. He received the degree of LL.D. from the University of West Virginia in 1883. He is the author of: Memoir of John Yates Bell (1865); The Wreath of Eglantine and other Poems (1869); The Maid of Northumberland (1879): Ballads and Madrigals (1884); Nicaragua and the Filibusters (1895)."


"Born near Charles Town in what is now West Virginia, Daniel Bedinger Lucas graduated from the University of Virginia, obtained a law degree at Lexington, and joined the Virginia State Supreme Court of Appeals 24 years after the War ended. The sentiments expressed in this poem, composed shortly after General Lee's surrender at Appomatox, are typical of Southern feelings immediately following the close of the conflict.
IN THE LAND WHERE WE WERE DREAMING
by Daniel Bedinger Lucas
(1836-1909)
Fair were our nation's visions, and as grand
As ever floated out of fancy-land;
Children we were in simple faith,
But god-like children, whom nor death,
Nor threat of danger drove from honor's path --
In the land where we were dreaming!


Proud were our men as pride of birth could render,
As violets our women pure and tender;
And when they spoke, their voices thrill
At evening hushed the whip-poor-will,
At morn the mocking bird was mute and still,
In the land where we were dreaming!


And we had graves that covered more of glory,
Than ever taxed the lips of ancient story;
And in our dreams we wove the thread
Of principles for which had bled,
And suffered long our own immortal dead,
In the land where we were dreaming!


Tho' in our land we had both bond and free,
Both were content, and so God let them be;
Till Northern glances, slanting down,
With envy viewed our harvest sun --
But little recked we, for we still slept on,
In the land where we were dreaming!


Our sleep grew troubled; and our dreams grew wild;
Red meteors flashed across our heaven's field;
Crimson the Moon; between the Twins
Barbed arrows flew in circling lanes
Of light, red Comets tossed their fiery manes
O'er the land where we were dreaming!


Down from her eagle height smiled Liberty,
And waved her hand in sign of victory;
The world approved, and everywhere,
Except where growled the Russian bear,
The brave, the good and just gave us their prayer,
For the land where we were dreaming!


High o'er our heads a starry flag was seen,
Whose field was blanched, and spotless in its sheen;
Chivalry's cross its union bears,
And by his scars each vet'ran swears
To bear it on in triumph through the wars,
In the land where we were dreaming!


We fondly thought a Government was ours --
We challenged place among the world's great powers;
We talk'd in sleep of rank, commission,
Until so life-like grew the vision,
That he who dared to doubt but met derision,
In the land where we were dreaming!


A figure came among us as we slept --
At first he knelt, then slowly rose and wept;
Then gathering up a thousand spears,
He swept across the field of Mars,
Then bowed farewell and walked behind the stars,
From the land where we were dreaming!


We looked again, another figure still
Gave hope, and nerved each individual will;
Erect he stood, as clothed with power;
Self-poised, he seemd to rule the hour,
With firm, majestic sway, -- of strength a tower,
In the land where we were dreaming!


As while great Jove, in bronze, a warder god,
Gazed eastward from the Forum where he stood,
Rome felt herself secure and free, --
So Richmond, we, on guard for thee,
Beheld a bronzed hero, god-like Lee,
In the land where we were dreaming!


As wakes the soldier when the alarum calls, --
As wakes the mother when her infant falls, --
As starts the traveler when around
His sleepy couch the fire-bells sound, --
So woke our nation with a single bound --
In the land where we were dreaming!


Woe! Woe! is us, the startled mothers cried,
While we have slept, our noble sons have died!
Woe! Woe! is us, how strange and sad,
That all our glorious visions fled,
Have left us nothing real but our dead,
In the land where we were dreaming!


And are they really dead, our martyred slain?
No, Dreamers! Morn shall bid them rise again,
From every plain, -- from every height, --
On which they seemed to die for right,
Their gallant spirits shall renew the fight,
In the land where we were dreaming!


Unconquered still in soul, tho' now o'er-run,
In peace, in war, the battle's just begun!
Once this Thyestean banquet o'er,
Grown strong the few who bide their hour,
Shall rise and hurl its drunken guests from power,
In the land where we were dreaming!


http://spec.lib.vt.edu/mss/lucas.htm
Special Collections Department University Libraries Virginia Tech
Lucas, Daniel Bedinger (1836-1909)
Papers, 1812-1924, n.d. Ms95-012 1.8 cu. ft.


Introduction: Daniel Bedinger Lucas, lawyer and poet, was born March 16, 1836, at "Rion Hall" in Charleston, Virginia (now West Virginia). He attended the University of Virginia, and then studied law under Judge John W. Brockenbrough of Lexington, Virginia. In 1859 he began practicing law at Charleston but moved the next year to Richmond. At the beginning of the Civil War in 1861 he joined the staff of General Henry A. Wise and took part in the Kanawha Valley campaign, but his physical disability from a childhood spine injury kept him from active service in the last years of the war. Toward the end of the war he ran the blockade to defend his friend John Yates Beall, accused of being a Confederate spy, but was unable to defend him against the charges. Beall was executed on Governors Island, New York.


Barred from the practice of law until 1871, Lucas turned to literature and became co-editor of the Baltimore Southern Metropolis. Many of his poems were published in this magazine. He reentered the practice of law in 1871 and took a prominent role in the Democratic party politics of West Virginia, acting as Democratic elector in the elections of 1872 and 1876, to the legislature in 1884 and 1886, and as a member of the supreme court of appeals from 1889 to 1893.


Lucas's volumes of poetry include The Wreath of Eglantine (1869) and Ballads and Madrigals (1884). He wrote three plays about the Civil War. His books include The Memoir of John Yates Beall (1865) and Nicaragua, War of the Filibusters (1896). He was known as the "poet of the Shenandoah Valley." He died at Rion Hall on June 24, 1909.


Scope and Contents: The Daniel Bedinger Lucas papers consist of scrapbooks, correspondence, poems and essays, newspapers, and other materials collected and created by Lucas, including several items created by his daughter, Virginia Lucas, also a poet. Topics include Lucas's defense of John Yates Beall, the exploits of adventurer William Walker, the origin of General Robert E. Lee's horse Traveler; and West Virginia politics. There are examples of Lucas's poetry scattered throughout the papers. The 1860 scrapbook includes several interesting pressed flower designs.


Provenance: The Daniel Bedinger Lucas papers were donated by Mrs. Virginia Bondurant of Roanoke, Virginia, in May 1995. Processing of the papers was completed by Laura Katz Smith in July 1995. Additions to the collection were given in September 1995 and incorporated into the collection in October 1997 by Gina Ellis, student assistant, and Laura Katz Smith, Manuscripts Curator.


Contents List:
Box 1
Folder 1: 1812--March 14, 1912, issue of the National Intelligencer of Washington City (Washington, D.C.)
Folder 2: [1814]--Manuscript copy (made in 1880) of "The Cossack Celebration at Shephardstown, Jefferson County, Virginia" (now West Virginia), July 28th, 1814.
Folder 3: 1822-1922--"A Study of the Literature of West Virginia" written by Mary Meek Atkeson, Ph.D.
Folder 4: 1828--April 15, 1828, article, "A Blister Plaster, for the Cure of Cacoethes Scribendi" by John S. Gallaher.
Folder 5: 1828--March 1, 1828, one page of The Register, of Shephardstown, West Virginia. Article written by Dr. Harry T. McDonald about the Armory and Arsenal at Harper's Ferry.
Folder 6: 1829--May 1, 1829, issue of The Hagerstown Mail of Hagerstown, Maryland.
Folder 7: 1844--Appendix to the Congressional Globe, February 1844, pp. 337-352.
Folder 8: 1844--Two letters to William Lucas in Charleston, Virginia, (now West Virginia).
Folder 9: 1850--July 23, 1850, issue of Spirit of Jefferson, newspaper of Charleston, Virginia (now West Virginia).
Folder 10: 1856--March 4, 1856, article from Charleston, Virginia (now West Virginia) newspaper, written by Lucas.
Folder 11: 1859--January 19, 1859, poem written to Lucas, author is an unidentified sibling of Lucas.
Folder 12: 1860(?)--Scrapbook of poetry, newspaper clippings, and pressed flowers.
Folder 13: [1860]--Manuscript copy of an article from the New York Herald, October 4, 1860, about the September 1860 court martial and execution of William Walker, whose military and political expeditions in Central America gained him the reputation as the "greatest American filibuster."
Folder 14: 1861--Letter from Daniel B. Lucas, writing from the Quarter Master General's Office in Richmond, Virginia, April 30, 1861, to his brother.
Folder 15: 1862--One page from the Daily Enquirer of Richmond, Virginia.
Folder 16: 1862, n.d.--Photographs of General Turner Ashby and Daniel Lucas.
Folder 17: 1863--December 1, 1863, issue of American and Commercial Advertising of Baltimore, Maryland.
Folder 18: 1865--Letter written on March 12, 1865, from Daniel B. Lucas in Canada, to his cousin Virginia. Mentions death of John Yates Beall.
Folder 19: 1865--August 22, 1865, Receipt from Gibb Company, Merchants Tailors, in Montreal to Lucas.
Folder 20: 1866--One page from the October 31, 1866, Winchester Times, with an article about the dedication of the Stonewall Cemetery.
Folder 21: 1867--Two issues, August 1 and August 22, 1867, of the National Intelligencer.
Folder 22: 1868-69--Letters written on May 13, 1868, and May 21, 1868, from R. N. Engle at Elston Bank to Lucas about the tract of land he received.
Folder 23: 1868--A statement of Daniel Lucas' account after the addition of Edward Lucas' estate.
Folder 24: 1869-76--Scrapbook of newspaper clippings. Topics include the death of John Yates Beall, politics, the Civil War, and speaking engagements of Daniel Lucas.
Folder 25: 1869--April 10, 1869, issue of The Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science, and Art.
Folder 26: 1869--August 17, 1869, Check written by Lucas to Charles J. Faulkner for $200.00.
Folder 27: 1869--One page from the Winchester Times, in which Lucas wrote an article.
Folder 28: 1871--Issue of Virginia Free Press-The Old Family Journal.
Folder 29: 1872--January issue of the Westminister Review.
Folder 30: 1872--January 22, 1872, letter and statement of account from P. H. Kennedy to Daniel Lucas about Edward Lucas' estate.
Folder 31: 1876(?)--Essay (or speech) in praise of the Democratic Party.
Folder 32: 1876-93--Scrapbook with newspaper clippings about William Lucas, Daniel Lucas, politics, and the Civil War.
Folder 33: 1878--Robert Lucas' Survivor's Pension from the U.S. Department of Interior for serving in the Virginia Militia.
Folder 34: 1878--December 7, 1878, issue of The Morgan Mercury, from Berkley Springs, West Virginia
Folder 35: 1880--July 19, 1880, issue of the Weekly New Mexican.


Folder 36: 1882--January 25, 1882, letter from A.W. Kerchival to Daniel Lucas.
Folder 37: 1884--"Ballads and Madrigals," a book of poems written by Daniel Lucas.
Folder 38: 1888(?)--Scrapbook of newspaper clippings of poetry, songs, witticisms, essays, etc., compiled by Virginia Lucas.
Folder 39: 1888--June 12, 1888, issue of Spirit of Jefferson, a Charleston, West Virginia, newspaper.
Folder 40: 1889--Ribbon from a Memorial Day celebration and Confederate reunion in Norfolk, Virginia.
Folder 41: 1889--December 24, 1889, Letter from Okey Johnson to Lucas.
Folder 42: 1893--April 7, 1893, Letter from Marcus Wright, War of Records Office, War Department of Washington, to Lucas.
Folder 43: 1894--October 31, 1894, notebook of household accounts and poetry in manuscript by Lena Lucas from Rion Hall.
Folder 44: 1895--"Walker in Nicaragua," a typescript essay by Daniel B. Lucas.
Folder 45: 1895-99--Letters between Joseph M. Broun and J. Johnston about how General Robert E. Lee obtained his horse Traveler.
Folder 46: 1897--February 17, 1897, issue of The Winchester Times.
Folder 47: 1897--"The Last Confederate Pay-roll" by Joseph M. Broun of Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia. Manuscript essay.
Folder 48: [1897]--"The Last Confederate Pay-roll" by Joseph M. Broun. Typescript copy of essay (paper copy and file on disk).
Folder 49: 1898--July 22, 1898, Letter from Marcus J. Wright to Lucas.
Folder 50: 1900--January 6, 1900, Program of the Eleventh Annual Reunion of the Charlestown Society, song written by Lucas.
Folder 51: 1913--"Dramatic Works of Daniel Bedinger Lucas", a book of plays by Lucas.
Box 2


Folder 1: 1913--"The Land Where We Were Dreaming," a book of poems by Daniel Lucas.
Folder 2: 1921--July 31, 1921, issue of The Washington Post.
Folder 3: 1923-30--Pages from a scrapbook with topics about forestry and trees; includes miscellaneous poetry. Compiled by Virginia Lucas.
Folder 4: 1924--Life of John Brown, by Michael Gold.
Folder 5: n.d.--Newspaper account of the 1865 death of John Wilkes Booth. Newspaper unknown.
Folder 6: n.d.--Drawing of the Pennsylvania, Virginia, and North Carolina colonies (1745-56) with a line showing Washington's journey in 1751.
Folder 7: n.d.--Notebook of manuscript poems written by Daniel B. Lucas, with an index to the poems.
Folder 8: n.d.--Argument as to why Jefferson County, West Virginia, should have been considered part of the Union under the act of July 4th, 1864. Author unknown, though probably Daniel B. Lucas.
Folder 9: n.d.--Account in an unidentified newspaper about the "Last Days of the War" (Confederate view).
Box 3


Folder 1: n.d.--Miscellaneous papers.
Folder 2: n.d.--Miscellaneous correspondence.
Folder 3: n.d.--Miscellaneous poetry.
Folder 4: n.d.--Notebook of miscellaneous poetry.
Folder 5: n.d.--Miscellaneous papers about John Yates Beall.
Folder 6: n.d.--Framed photograph of Daniel Lucas.
Box 4


Folder 1: n.d.--Notebook of manuscript notes, presumably written by Lucas.
Folder 2: n.d.--Newspaper article about General Robert E. Lee's description of Traveller, his horse, newspaper unknown.
Folder 3: n.d.--"List of Relics Contributed to the World's Fair Exposition" by Daniel Lucas.
Folder 4: n.d.--A notebook of poems written in manuscript by an unidentified person.
Return to: Guide to the Manuscript Collections in the University Libraries
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                                                      _Edward LUCAS III_______________+
                                                     | (1738 - 1809)                  
                         _Robert LUCAS ______________|
                        | (1766 - ....)              |
                        |                            |_Elizabeth EDWARDS _____________
                        |                              (1745 - ....)                  
 _William LUCAS ________|
| (1790 - 1877)         |
|                       |                             ________________________________
|                       |                            |                                
|                       |_Sarah RION ________________|
|                         (1767 - ....)              |
|                                                    |________________________________
|                                                                                     
|
|--Daniel Bedinger LUCAS 
|  (1836 - 1909)
|                                                     _Henry BEDINGER "the Immigrant"_
|                                                    | (1726 - 1772)                  
|                        _Daniel BEDINGER of Bedford_|
|                       | (1761 - 1818) m 1791       |
|                       |                            |_Madalene "Mary" SLAGLE ________
|                       |                              (1730 - 1796)                  
|_Virginia A. BEDINGER _|
  (1792 - ....)         |
                        |                             ________________________________
                        |                            |                                
                        |_Sarah RUTHERFORD __________|
                          (1770 - ....) m 1791       |
                                                     |________________________________
                                                                                      

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Rebecca MCNATT

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I18626

  • RESIDENCE: Calloway Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800, Prob Marlboro Co. SC
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1036] [S2290]
Father: Mackey MCNATT


Family 1 : John HODGES
  1. +Selinda Adeline HODGES
  2. +Elizabeth HODGES

Notes


family Bible only says REBECCA and adds that she was a twin? daughter of Mackey McNatt.


                          __
                         |  
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                      |  |
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                      |     
 _Mackey MCNATT ______|
| (1780 - ....)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Rebecca MCNATT 
|  (1800 - ....)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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Henry (Enrique) RITTER

4 Jul 1783 - Aug 1825

ID Number: I79209

  • RESIDENCE: GER and St. Landry Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 4 Jul 1783, Germany
  • DEATH: Aug 1825, St. Landry Parish, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3016]
Father: Michael RITTER "the Immigrant"
Mother: Barbara COR


Notes


Marriage 1 Marie Magdelaine Jeansonne b: in Lafourche, Louisiana Death: BEF. 6 JUL 1833.
Children
Andre Ritter b: SEP 1802 in Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, Louisiana

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 _Michael RITTER "the Immigrant"_|
| (1749 - 1804)                  |
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|--Henry (Enrique) RITTER 
|  (1783 - 1825)
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|_Barbara COR ___________________|
  (1750 - 1800)                  |
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Howell Taylor RUCKS Sr.

1807 - 1874

ID Number: I68975

  • RESIDENCE: Smith Co. TN
  • BIRTH: 1807
  • DEATH: 1874
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2632]
Father: Josiah RUCKS
Mother: Elizabeth "Eliza" TAYLOR


Family 1 : Darthula BRADFORD
  1.  Howell Taylor RUCKS Jr.
  2.  Elizabeth RUCKS

Notes


Children:
4 Howel Taylor Rucks, Jr 1839 - 1910 +Sallie ? 1844 - 1929
4 Prudilla Rucks 1834 -
4 Elizabeth Rucks 1837 -
4 William Rucks 1847 -
*2nd Wife of Howel Taylor Rucks, Sr.: +Bertha ?


                                                   ________________________________________
                                                  |                                        
                             _William RUCKS ______|
                            | (1720 - 1777) m 1742|
                            |                     |________________________________________
                            |                                                              
 _Josiah RUCKS _____________|
| (1757 - 1836) m 1788      |
|                           |                      ________________________________________
|                           |                     |                                        
|                           |_Elizabeth PAYNE? ___|
|                             (1720 - ....) m 1742|
|                                                 |________________________________________
|                                                                                          
|
|--Howell Taylor RUCKS Sr.
|  (1807 - 1874)
|                                                  _John TAYLOR III________________________+
|                                                 | (1696 - 1780) m 1716                   
|                            _Edmund TAYLOR I_____|
|                           | (1723 - 1806) m 1747|
|                           |                     |_Catherine Isabel PENDLETON ____________+
|                           |                       (1693 - 1774) m 1716                   
|_Elizabeth "Eliza" TAYLOR _|
  (1769 - 1856) m 1788      |
                            |                      _Charles Lilburne LEWIS Sr. of the Byrd_+
                            |                     | (1696 - 1779) m 1717                   
                            |_Ann LEWIS __________|
                              (1733 - 1811) m 1747|
                                                  |_Mary HOWELL ___________________________+
                                                    (1678 - 1779) m 1717                   

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MARGARET TROUTBECK

1494 - 1521

ID Number: I59692

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: 1494
  • DEATH: 1521
  • RESOURCES: See: [S810]

Family 1 : JOHN TALBOT
  1. +JOHN TALBOT Knt.

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Mattye L. WHEAT

1901 - 1949

ID Number: I5077

  • RESIDENCE: Bogalusa, Washington Parrish, LA
  • BIRTH: 1901
  • DEATH: 1949
  • BURIAL: Ponemah Cemetery, Bogalusa, Washington Parish LA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) WHEAT


Family 1 : William Buford DUNLAP
  1. +Kathleen DUNLAP

Notes



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 _(RESEARCH QUERY) WHEAT _|
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|--Mattye L. WHEAT 
|  (1901 - 1949)
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|_________________________|
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