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Sarah CALVERT

1749 - ____

ID Number: I22543

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1749
  • RESOURCES: See: [S764]
Father: George CALVERT V
Mother: Anne CRUPPER


Family 1 : Thomas ROOKARD

                                             _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)         
|
|--Sarah CALVERT 
|  (1749 - ....)
|                                            _______________________
|                                           |                       
|                      _Richard CRUPPER ____|
|                     | (1690 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_______________________
|                     |                                             
|_Anne CRUPPER _______|
  (1720 - 1779) m 1740|
                      |                      _______________________
                      |                     |                       
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_______________________
                                                                    

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Ann FISHER

____ - ____

ID Number: I84897

  • RESIDENCE: Cincinnati, OH
  • BURIAL: Cincinnati, Ohio
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3144]
Father: Charles Fenton Mercer FISHER
Mother: Mary ESKRIDGE


Notes


II. Ann Fisher((6)), d. early, unmarried; buried Cincinnati, Ohio.


                                                       __________________________
                                                      |                          
                                 _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     
|
|--Ann FISHER 
|  
|                                                      __________________________
|                                                     |                          
|                                _____________________|
|                               |                     |
|                               |                     |__________________________
|                               |                                                
|_Mary ESKRIDGE ________________|
                                |
                                |                      __________________________
                                |                     |                          
                                |_____________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |__________________________
                                                                                 

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Mary "Polly" HODGES

11 Jul 1801 - ABT 1851

ID Number: I18627

  • RESIDENCE: SC and Sevier, TN and Calloway Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 11 Jul 1801, SC
  • DEATH: ABT 1851, KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1036]
Father: Edmond (Edmund) HODGES Sr.
Mother: Sarah PEARSON


Family 1 : John EVANS
  1. +Pleasant Ware EVANS

                                                    _John HODGES I_______+
                                                   | (1720 - 1778)       
                              _Isham HODGES Sr.____|
                             | (1750 - 1798)       |
                             |                     |_Rebecca_____________
                             |                       (1720 - 1791)       
 _Edmond (Edmund) HODGES Sr._|
| (1776 - 1841) m 1797       |
|                            |                      _____________________
|                            |                     |                     
|                            |_Mary________________|
|                              (.... - 1806)       |
|                                                  |_____________________
|                                                                        
|
|--Mary "Polly" HODGES 
|  (1801 - 1851)
|                                                   _Moses PEARSON Sr.___+
|                                                  | (1716 - 1763)       
|                             _Aaron PEARSON Sr.___|
|                            | (1736 - 1808)       |
|                            |                     |_Sarah RODGERS ______
|                            |                       (1720 - 1800)       
|_Sarah PEARSON _____________|
  (1780 - 1823) m 1797       |
                             |                      _____________________
                             |                     |                     
                             |_Winifred SPEARS ____|
                               (1754 - 1805)       |
                                                   |_____________________
                                                                         

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Gov. Richard HOWELL of New Jersey

25 Oct 1754 - 28 Apr 1802

ID Number: I51068

  • TITLE: Gov.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War; Governor of NJ from 1792 to 1801
  • RESIDENCE: Trenton, NJ
  • BIRTH: 25 Oct 1754, New Castle, Delaware [S2169]
  • DEATH: 28 Apr 1802, Trenton, New Jersey [246185]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S520] [S554] [S1551] [S2169] [S2736]
Father: Ebenezer HOWELL
Mother: Sarah BOND


Family 1 : Kezia BURR
  1. +Charles Burr HOWELL
  2. +William Burr HOWELL of the "Briars"

Notes


Richard Howell b: 1752 in New Castle, Delaware


Rev. soldier in Lt. Col. Joseph Barton's Company of the 1st Battalion of New Jersey Vol. on Staten Island, August 24, 1778. Original member of Soc. of Cincinnati.
Children
2 William Burr Howell b: 1795
2 Charles Burr Howell
2 Sarah Howell b: 1783 d: 1868
2 Beluah Howell
2 Maria Howell
2 Richard Lewis Howell b: 1794 d: 1847
2 Joseph Burr Howell b: 1794 d: 1874
2 William Howell
2 John Franklin Howell


HISTORY: THE BURR FAMILY, By Todd, pub. 1902.
Received information on PRODIGY (GCVVO6A) PRISCILLA McELEVEIN, who is one of
five people working on an updated version of the History.
"To be more precise, now I know I am after what you want: Gov. Howell died 28 Apr 1802. He left a widwo, Keziah Burr Howell, who died Aug 9, 1835 at house of her son-in-law, James Agnew, A. M, M. D., in Pittsburgh, PA. He left five sons and three daughters, namely.
1. Sarah b. 8th mo. 5th, 1783, m. Dr. Jas. Agnew, and lived in Pittsburg.
2. Charles m. Patty Green, and rem. to Miss.
3. Beulah m. John Glaser, a Hamburg gentleman of wealth.
4. Maria never m. and died late in life at the home of her newphew, ex-Chief
Justice Daniel Agnew, in Beaver.
5. Richard m. Rebecca A. Stockton.
6. Joseph m. Mary Roberts
7. Wm. Burr, a Lieut. of Marines rem. to Miss. and m. Miss Margaret Kemp, and
had a daughter, Varina, who became the wife of Jefferson Davis.
8. Franklin, a Lieutenant in the navy, on the U. S. frigate President, off
N. Y. Bay...."


BIOGRAPHY ENCYCLOPIA OF NEW JERSEY: FICHE 3 6045839-1: Pg. 26:
"Howell, Hon. Richard, Lawyer, Soldier and Governor of New Jersey, was born, October 25th 1754 (with his twin brother Lewis), in Newark, Newcastel county, Delaware, and was one of eleven children whose father was Ebenezer Howell, the latter being the son of the founder of the American branch of the family, who left Wales in 1729 an settled in Delaware.


Richard and his brother Lewis were educated in Newcastle, and remained there until about 1774, when they removed to New Jersey, whither their father had preceded them some five years previously, settling in Cumberland county, a few miles to the west of Bridgeton. Both brothers at that date were strongly imbued with patriotic ardor, and were of the party who, in 1774, disguised as Indians, broke a storehouse at Greenwich, removed the brig "Grehound's" cargo of tea, and burned it. For this the party were sued by the owners, but the case never came to trail; for the Whig sheriff had taken care to summon a Whig grand jury, who ignored the bill, although the royalist judge charged them to find a true one.


Richard Howell had commenced the study of law, but was obliged to suspend his readings an enlist in the cause of independence. Early in 1775 he was appointed a subaltern officer in company of light infantry, and in December of that year was commissioned a Captain in the 2d Regiment of the line, commanded by Colonel Maxwell. The regiment was ordered to Canada, and participated in the attack on Quebec, where they were repulsed. However, Captain Howell was promoted to a Majorship, for the valor he displayed on that and several other occasions; and when the New Jersey regiments were reorganized Colonel Maxwell became a Bridadier-General, with Howell as Brigade-Major. They participated in the battle of Brandywine, and where Lewis Howell, Richard's twin brother, served as surgeon; the latter was captured, but fortunately escaped. The day prior to the battle of Monmouth Surgeon Howell died from an attack of fever, without being able to bid farewell to his brother Richard, who was with his command awaiting the expected battle.


He shortly after resigned from the army by special request of General Washington who immediately ordered him to transact certain duties of a private nature, which he could not perform while holding a military commission from Congress. It is generaly supposed that the nature of this business was to discover the best means he could the proceedings of the British commanders.


In 1770, having received his license as an attorney, he commnced the practice of law in Cumberland county, where he resided for several years. Early in 1788 he removed to Trenton, and shortly afterwards was elected Clerk of the Supreme Court. He served in this office until 1793, when, William Paterson being appointed a Justice of the United States Supreme Court, Howell was chosed by the Legislature Governor of the State, to fill the vacancy then existing; and as he gave entire satisfaction in that high station he was annually, re-elected, almost unanimously, until 1801, when the Republican of Jefferson party gained the ascendency, and he was succeeded by Joseph Bloomfield. During his incumbency as Governor, in 1794, the famous Whiskey Insurrection broke out in western Pennsylvania, and Governor Howell was named by President Washington as commander of the right wing of the army detailed to operate against the insurrectionists. After marching to the extreme western boundary of Pennsylvania the insurgents were overawed, and did not hazard a battle, and the troops were dismissed by an order of General Washington, dated at Pittsburgh, November 17th, 1794, and shortly afterwards marched back to New Jersey. After his vacation of the gubernatorial chair he returned to the practice of the law, continuing to reside in or near Trenton.


He was married in November, 1779, to a daughter of Joseph Burr, of Burlington county, by whom he had nine children, some of whom died in infancy.
Richard, born 1794, was in 1812 a lieutenant of infantry, and was aide to Brigadier-General Pike when he was killed at the blowing up of Fort George in Canada.
Another son, William, was a lieutenant in the marine corps;
and Franklin was a lieutenant in the navy, and was killled on board the frigate "President."
Governor Howell died at his residence, near Trenton, May 5th, 1803."

[S2169]

[246185]
d. 5 May 1803


                                             _John HOWELL II______+
                                            | (1673 - 1742) m 1700
                       _Joseph HOWELL Esq.__|
                      | (1703 - 1750)       |
                      |                     |_Elizabeth SHELBY ___+
                      |                       (1680 - 1750) m 1700
 _Ebenezer HOWELL ____|
| (1727 - 1790)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_Margaret STARLING __|
|                       (1705 - ....)       |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Richard HOWELL of New Jersey
|  (1754 - 1802)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _Samuel BOND ________|
|                     | (1691 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Sarah BOND _________|
  (1728 - 1812)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Ann SHARPLES _______|
                        (1708 - ....)       |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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[S520]

[S554]

[S1551]

[S2169]

[S2736]

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Gov. Robert LUCAS of Ohio and Iowa

1 Apr 1781 - 7 Feb 1853

ID Number: I66606

  • TITLE: Gov.
  • OCCUPATION: Gov of Ohio 1832-36; Gov of Iowa Territory in 1838
  • RESIDENCE: Jefferson Co. VA and Portsmouth, Scioto Co. OH and Iowa
  • BIRTH: 1 Apr 1781, Shepherdstown, Virginia
  • DEATH: 7 Feb 1853, Iowa City, Iowa
  • RESOURCES: See: notes Bio [S2520]
Father: Robert LUCAS
Mother: Sarah RION


Notes


Biographies of Notable Americans, 1904: "LUCAS, Robert, governor of Iowa Territory, was born at Shepherdstown, Va., April 1, 1781; son of Capt. William (of the Revolutionary army) and Susannah Lucas, and a descendant of William Penn. He was taught mathematics and surveying, and removed with his parents in 1800 to Portsmouth, Scioto county, Ohio.


He was appointed county surveyor in 1803 and justice of the peace for the town of Union in 1805. He was commissioned lieutenant in the state militia by Governor Tiffin in 1803, and was promoted through the successive grades to that of major-general in 1818. He was appointed captain in the regular army, March 14, 1812, and was assigned to the 19th infantry, July 6, 1812. He served on the frontier against the Indians and in Canada against the British, escaping capture at the surrender of General Hull to the British on Aug. 16, 1812. He returned to Ohio, resigned his commission as captain in the regular army, Jan. 2, 1813, and was offered the commission of lieutenant-colonel, Feb. 20, 1813, and that of colonel, subsequently, but declined both commissions.


He was married, April 8, 1810, to Elizabeth Brown, who died Oct. 18, 1812, and secondly, on March 7, 1816, to Friendly A. Sumner, a native of Vermont. He served as state representative, 1808-09 and 1831-32, and as state senator for fourteen terms, 1814-30; and was speaker of the senate, 1829-30.


He presided over the first Democratic national convention at Baltimore, May 21, 1832. He resided in Piketon, Pike county, 1816-38; was a presidential elector-at-large on the Jackson and Calhoun ticket in 1828, and governor of Ohio, 1832-36.


He removed to Iowa Territory in 1838, having been appointed territorial governor by President Van Buren. During his term he succeeded in settling the boundary line controversy between Missouri and Iowa, organized the public-school system, and enforced the law against the sale of intoxicating liquors. He settled on his farm near Iowa City in 1841 and was a member of the first state constitutional convention in 1846. He died in Iowa City, Iowa, Feb. 7, 1853."



                                             _Edward LUCAS II_____+
                                            | (1710 - 1777) m 1730
                       _Edward LUCAS III____|
                      | (1738 - 1809)       |
                      |                     |_Mary DARKE _________+
                      |                       (1709 - 1743) m 1730
 _Robert LUCAS _______|
| (1766 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_Elizabeth EDWARDS __|
|                       (1745 - ....)       |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Robert LUCAS of Ohio and Iowa
|  (1781 - 1853)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Sarah RION _________|
  (1767 - ....)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Prudence RUCKS

1809 - ____

ID Number: I68976

  • RESIDENCE: Smith Co. TN
  • BIRTH: 1809
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2632]
Father: Josiah RUCKS
Mother: Elizabeth "Eliza" TAYLOR


Family 1 : Obadiah B. HUBBARD

                                                   ________________________________________
                                                  |                                        
                             _William RUCKS ______|
                            | (1720 - 1777) m 1742|
                            |                     |________________________________________
                            |                                                              
 _Josiah RUCKS _____________|
| (1757 - 1836) m 1788      |
|                           |                      ________________________________________
|                           |                     |                                        
|                           |_Elizabeth PAYNE? ___|
|                             (1720 - ....) m 1742|
|                                                 |________________________________________
|                                                                                          
|
|--Prudence RUCKS 
|  (1809 - ....)
|                                                  _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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JOHN TALBOT Knt.

ABT 1510 - 1555

ID Number: I59693

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1510
  • DEATH: 1555
  • RESOURCES: See: [S810]
Father: JOHN TALBOT
Mother: MARGARET TROUTBECK


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

                                                             _JOHN TALBOT 2nd Earl of Shrewsbury_+
                                                            | (1413 - 1460) m 1443               
                       _GILBERT TALBOT Lord of Grafton K.G._|
                      | (1452 - 1517)                       |
                      |                                     |_ELIZABETH BUTLER __________________+
                      |                                       (1420 - 1473) m 1443               
 _JOHN TALBOT ________|
| (1485 - 1549)       |
|                     |                                      ____________________________________
|                     |                                     |                                    
|                     |_AUDREY COTTON ______________________|
|                       (1454 - ....)                       |
|                                                           |____________________________________
|                                                                                                
|
|--JOHN TALBOT Knt.
|  (1510 - 1555)
|                                                            ____________________________________
|                                                           |                                    
|                      _____________________________________|
|                     |                                     |
|                     |                                     |____________________________________
|                     |                                                                          
|_MARGARET TROUTBECK _|
  (1494 - 1521)       |
                      |                                      ____________________________________
                      |                                     |                                    
                      |_____________________________________|
                                                            |
                                                            |____________________________________
                                                                                                 

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