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FLAALD FitzAlan Steward of Dol

ABT 1075 - ____

ID Number: I54317

Father: ALAN of Dol
Mother: Daughter of Warine


Family 1 :
  1. +ALAN FITZALAN

Notes


Flaald (or Flathald), hereditary Steward of Dol (in Wales in 1101)/


In France, in a little medieval town called Dol-de-Bretagne, there is a small museum in which the geneology of the Stuart clan is shown: FitzAlan-Flaad was born there. The local cathedral has distinct Cathar/Masonic symbols and two pillars, both different, are outside the church parvis. [- from an Internet correspondent, 8/98 - not verified] [S2295] [S2459]


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 _ALAN of Dol_________|
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|--FLAALD FitzAlan Steward of Dol
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[S1918]

[S2060]

[S2295]

[S2459]

[S2295]

[S2459]


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Lord JOHN d' ABNEY of Willesley

1400 - AFT 1444

ID Number: I79462

  • TITLE: Lord
  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: 1400
  • DEATH: AFT 1444
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3020] [S3021]
Father: WILLIAM ABNEY


Family 1 : Daughter of William d INGWARDBY of Willesley
  1. +WILLIAM ABNEY

Notes


1. John d'ABNEY (son of William d'ABNEY) Since John d'ABNEY became Lord of Willesley, it is believed he married ca.1419 to a daughter of William d'INGWARDBY, Lord of Willesley. John was living in 1444.

                                             _WILLIAM ABNEY ______+
                                            | (1300 - ....)       
                       _JOHN ABNEY _________|
                      | (1345 - ....)       |
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 _WILLIAM ABNEY ______|
| (1378 - 1463)       |
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|--JOHN d' ABNEY of Willesley
|  (1400 - 1444)
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[S3020]

[S3021]


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Dr. Thomas Wood BRISCOE C.S.A.

4 Sep 1833 - 24 Jul 1861

ID Number: I56687

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. surgeon in Confederate States Army.
  • RESIDENCE: Jefferson Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 4 Sep 1833, Virginia
  • DEATH: 24 Jul 1861, KIA Lincoln's War, 1st Battle Of Manassas
  • BURIAL: Zion Episcopal Church Cemetery,Martinsburg, Virginia (1862WVA)
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1580] [S2065] [S3018]
Father: Thomas BRISCOE of Spice Grove
Mother: Juliet Wood HITE


Notes


Census: 1850 Jefferson Co.,Virginia.


" (5) Dr. Thomase Wood Briscoe, Confederate States Army, who was killed at the first battle of Manassas." [S3018]


                                                       _John BRISCOE IV Justice______+
                                                      | (1717 - 1788) m 1746         
                                 _John BRISCOE V______|
                                | (1752 - 1818) m 1784|
                                |                     |_Elizabeth Harrison MCMILLAN _+
                                |                       (1730 - 1774) m 1746         
 _Thomas BRISCOE of Spice Grove_|
| (1793 - 1867) m 1819          |
|                               |                      _Alexander MAGRUDER __________+
|                               |                     | (1703 - 1784) m 1765         
|                               |_Eleanor MAGRUDER ___|
|                                 (1766 - 1806) m 1784|
|                                                     |_Susannah LAMAR ______________+
|                                                       (1726 - 1805) m 1765         
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|--Thomas Wood BRISCOE C.S.A.
|  (1833 - 1861)
|                                                      _Thomas HITE _________________+
|                                                     | (1750 - 1776) m 1772         
|                                _James Madison HITE _|
|                               | (1776 - 1855) m 1798|
|                               |                     |_Frances Madison BEALE _______+
|                               |                       (1750 - ....) m 1772         
|_Juliet Wood HITE _____________|
  (1802 - 1878) m 1819          |
                                |                      _John BAKER of Berkeley_______
                                |                     | (1750 - ....)                
                                |_Juliet Wood BAKER __|
                                  (1777 - 1811) m 1798|
                                                      |_Judith Howard WOOD __________+
                                                        (1750 - ....)                

Sources

[S1580]

[S2065]

[S3018]

[S3018]


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Jason Britt LONDON


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Orville Atwater RICE

11 Jun 1871 - 6 Mar 1903

ID Number: I10254

  • RESIDENCE: Hawkins Co. TN & Springfield, Greene Co. MO
  • BIRTH: 11 Jun 1871, Hw Co, TN
  • DEATH: 6 Mar 1903, Springfield, Greene Co, MO
  • RESOURCES: See: [S321]

Family 1 : Penelope Elizabeth ALVIS

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[S321]


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Rev. William SCREVEN "the Immigrant"

1629 - 10 Oct 1713

ID Number: I29113

  • TITLE: Rev.
  • OCCUPATION: Baptist Minister
  • RESIDENCE: England and Kittery ME and PA and 1693 Charleston and Georgetown, SC
  • BIRTH: 1629, Somerton, Somersetshire, England
  • DEATH: 10 Oct 1713, Georgetown, SC
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes Elisha Record [S1123] [S1305] [S1337]

Family 1 : Bridget CUTTS
  1.  Robert SCREVEN
  2. +Samuel SCREVEN
  3.  Aaron SCREVEN
  4.  Permonous SCREVEN
  5. +Elizabeth SCREVEN
  6.  Saville SCREVEN
  7. +Elisha SCREVEN Sr.
  8.  Mercy SCREVEN
  9.  Sarah SCREVEN
  10.  Bridget SCREVEN
  11.  Patience SCREVEN
  12.  William SCREVEN

Notes


The Reverend William Screven was born in 1629 in Somerton, Somersetshire. He died on Oct 10 1713 in Georgetown, South Carolina. The Reverend William Screven was an ordained Baptist minister, a sect that was unpopular in both England and New England. In 1681 He settled in Kittery, Maine, then a province of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and became associated with the first Baptist Church in Boston. On Jun 11 1681, he received from that church a license to preach. But he was apprehended for preaching, fined and imprisoned, and forbidden to preach any further. He would not desist, however, and was fined again, this time the sum of ten pounds, a considerable amount of money at that time. He was released from jail on that occasion only after he agreed to leave the colony.


A church had been constituted in Kittery on Sep 25 1682, with the Rev. Screven as pastor, but the majority left the colony and settled with him on the Cooper River a few miles from Charleston, South Carolina, at a spot they named Somerton, after Screven's home town. The exact location of this settlement is not now known.


Screven received a grant from the Crown for land located where Georgetown, South Carolina, is now and Screven moved there in 1693. He laid out the town, granted lots to several denominations, and sold several lots. He moved to Charleston in 1706, after the grant was disputed, and that year was called to the pastorate of the first Baptist Church in Boston. But he declined on account of age (he was then 77) and he returned to Georgetown where he died and is buried. The grave is still to be seen, in a lot located on Screven Street, which is named for him. After it was found in a dilapadated condition in 1867 or 1868, a group of Baptists raised the stone up onto brick work.


In his eulogy it was said of him that "He was pure in morals, sound in doctrine, abundant in exertion, tender and affectionate to all, honored and revered by all who knew him, and whether in persecution or success showing out of a good conversation his works with the meekness of Wisdom."


He was the author of a pamphlet entitled, "An Ornament for Church Members," but unfortunately not a single copy is now known to exist. He was married to Bridget Cutt on Jul 23 1674 in Kittery, Maine. Bridget Cutt was born in Kittery, Maine. Children were: i. William Screven II. Research, possibly related:
SCREVEN, Eleanor, COX, John C. W.",22,"Dec","1800","Charleston","SC"
"SCREVEN","Martha","BAKER","William",18,"Jul","1763","James Island","SC"
"SCREVEN","Mary","HART","John",17,"Jun","1784","St. Thomas Parish","SC"
"SCREVEN, Richard B.", + "PENDARVIS, Alice", 8, Mar,1800, Charleston, SC
"SCREVEN","Sarah","HAZZARD","William",11,"Jan","1798","May River","SC"


[S1123]

Sources

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[S1305]

[S1337]

[S1123]


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