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(RESEARCH QUERY-SC) HAMILTON HAMBLETON of South Carolina

____ - ____

ID Number: I19124


Family 1 :
  1.  Leonard HAMILTON
  2. +(RESEARCH QUERY) HAMILTON HAMBLETON
  3. +(RESEARCH QUERY) HAMILTON HAMBLETON

Notes


Some loose Hamiltons Grouped here for Research purposes - relationship of kids on this card to each other is not determined yet, but each ones descendants are. Parents unknown - please write jbass@digital.net.


There are fourteen Hamilton's from South Carolina listed in DAR Patriot Index.


Harlock Huxford who died in 1822 named in his will a daughter, Elizabeth Hamilton.
There is a Elizabeth Hamilton on the Wassamassaw Church records in early 1800's.


John Hamilton's will is recorded April 13, 1729; wife Hannah; children: John Joseph, William, Mary and Martha. He was a brother to Paul Hamilton, widower, whose will is recorded Nov.? chiidren: Paul, John, Archibald, Martha ?.


Archibald Hamilton's will proved April 22, 1747; mentions Brother Pringle; cousins Mary and Margaret Hamilton.


? Hamilton, wife Mary, will proved December 16, ? mentions brother Pringle; daughter Margaret.


? Hamilton, wife Patience, will recorded july 11 ? mentioned brother William; sons-in-law William ? and John French.


George Hamilton, wife Mary; will recorded 15 Aug 1754; mentions son Robert; two daughters Margary and Elizabeth; son-in-law McKay.


John Hamilton, wife Christian, alias McCleland, will recorded Dec. 12, 1744; mentions wife's brother James McCleland "her brother German".


Robert Hamilton, wife Mary; will proved July 25, 1755; no mention of children; all estate left to wife. This Robert is listed as a tailor; George Hamilton (above) had a son named Robrt; George is listed as a tailor also.


St. James Goose Creek, Berkeley Co. SC: "other early 19th. century landowners were Hamilton Hart, Edward Hamilton, Elisha Wiggins, David Bell, Capt. Thomas Mims, Mathew and Ezekiel Smith, Philip Keller, Edward League, Joseph Singletary, Andrew Markley, Francis F. Risher, William Owens, Joseph Pye, and members of the Martin, Dubose, Varner, Ballentine, Chubb, Salisbury, Hilton, Varn, Breland, McCants, Burns, Sutcliff, Casey, and Ayers families." [S1557]

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ROGER de BERKELEY

ABT 1120 - ____

ID Number: I44328

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1120
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1994]
Father: ROGER de BERKELEY III


Family 1 : HAWISE de PAYNEL

Notes


no other info.

                                                _ROGER (de Berchelai) BERKELEY I_
                                               | (1040 - 1093)                   
                         _ROGER de BERKELEY II_|
                        | (1073 - 1131)        |
                        |                      |_________________________________
                        |                                                        
 _ROGER de BERKELEY III_|
| (1094 - 1170)         |
|                       |                       _________________________________
|                       |                      |                                 
|                       |______________________|
|                                              |
|                                              |_________________________________
|                                                                                
|
|--ROGER de BERKELEY 
|  (1120 - ....)
|                                               _________________________________
|                                              |                                 
|                        ______________________|
|                       |                      |
|                       |                      |_________________________________
|                       |                                                        
|_______________________|
                        |
                        |                       _________________________________
                        |                      |                                 
                        |______________________|
                                               |
                                               |_________________________________
                                                                                 

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Capt. Thomas BLAKEMORE

19 Jun 1718 - 26 Oct 1808

ID Number: I92307

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • RESIDENCE: Lancaster and Frederick and Clarke Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 19 Jun 1718, Tidewater City, Lancaster Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 26 Oct 1808, Ceder Grove, Frederick Co. Virginia
  • BURIAL: Moreland family burrial grounds, Berryville, Clarke, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 156L-7D5) [S3544] [S3545]
Father: Cynthia WYNNE
Mother: Hannah ROGERS


Family 1 : Ann Gibbs NEVILLE
  1.  Sarah BLAKEMORE
  2.  George Neville BLAKEMORE
  3.  Thomas BLAKEMORE Jr.
  4. +John BLAKEMORE
  5.  Lucy Neville BLAKEMORE
  6. +James BLAKEMORE
  7.  Anne BLAKEMORE
  8.  Hannah BLAKEMORE

Notes


Aka: Blackmore. Thomas Blakemore b. 19 JUN 1718 in Tidewater City, Lancaster County, Virginia

                                              _____________________________
                                             |                             
                       _Robert WYNNE ________|
                      | (1770 - 1802)        |
                      |                      |_____________________________
                      |                                                    
 _Cynthia WYNNE ______|
| (1800 - ....)       |
|                     |                       _James HARRISON _____________
|                     |                      | (1750 - 1830)               
|                     |_Cynthia HARRISON ____|
|                       (1772 - ....)        |
|                                            |_Cynthia GIBSON _____________
|                                              (1750 - ....)               
|
|--Thomas BLAKEMORE 
|  (1718 - 1808)
|                                             _John ROGERS "the Immigrant"_+
|                                            | (1620 - 1680)               
|                      _William ROGERS Gent._|
|                     | (1655 - 1714) m 1677 |
|                     |                      |_____________________________
|                     |                                                    
|_Hannah ROGERS ______|
  (1697 - 1788) m 1717|
                      |                       _Edward DALE "the Immigrant"_
                      |                      | (1620 - 1695) m 1650        
                      |_Elizabeth DALE ______|
                        (1660 - ....) m 1677 |
                                             |_DIANA SKIPWITH _____________+
                                               (1621 - 1695) m 1650        

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Martha CHERRY

ABT 1650 - ____

ID Number: I1655

  • RESIDENCE: Norfolk Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1650, (Norfolk Co., VA)
  • RESOURCES: See: [S59] [S64] [S67] [S74]
Father: John CHERRY Sr. "the Immigrant"
Mother: Elizabeth FAITHFUL



                                                             _John CHERRY The Elder_+
                                                            | (1625 - 1665)         
                                   _John CHERRY The Younger_|
                                  | (1650 - 1685)           |
                                  |                         |_Frances_______________
                                  |                           (1630 - ....)         
 _John CHERRY Sr. "the Immigrant"_|
| (1619 - 1699)                   |
|                                 |                          _______________________
|                                 |                         |                       
|                                 |_________________________|
|                                                           |
|                                                           |_______________________
|                                                                                   
|
|--Martha CHERRY 
|  (1650 - ....)
|                                                            _______________________
|                                                           |                       
|                                  _________________________|
|                                 |                         |
|                                 |                         |_______________________
|                                 |                                                 
|_Elizabeth FAITHFUL _____________|
  (1625 - 1672)                   |
                                  |                          _______________________
                                  |                         |                       
                                  |_________________________|
                                                            |
                                                            |_______________________
                                                                                    

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[S64]

[S67]

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Anne DENT

ABT 1740 - ____

ID Number: I60249

  • RESIDENCE: Charles Co.MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1580]
Father: William DENT
Mother: Madam Ann WARREN


Family 1 : Samuel BRISCOE
  1. +William Dent BRISCOE Sr.
  2.  Anne Warren BRISCOE
  3.  Grace Dent BRISCOE
  4. +Mary Hanson BRISCOE
  5.  Eleanor Buchanan BRISCOE
  6.  Judith Chase BRISCOE
  7.  Nancy BRISCOE

                                             _William DENT of Nanjemoy_+
                                            | (1660 - 1704) m 1682     
                       _Thomas DENT ________|
                      | (1685 - 1725) m 1705|
                      |                     |_Anne Elizabeth FOWKE ____+
                      |                       (1665 - 1703) m 1682     
 _William DENT _______|
| (1706 - 1757)       |
|                     |                      _John BAYNE ______________+
|                     |                     | (1645 - 1701)            
|                     |_Anne BAYNE _________|
|                       (1687 - 1725) m 1705|
|                                           |_Anne HAWKINS? ___________+
|                                             (1640 - 1703)            
|
|--Anne DENT 
|  (1740 - ....)
|                                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) WARREN _
|                                           |                          
|                      _John WARREN ________|
|                     | (1680 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |__________________________
|                     |                                                
|_Madam Ann WARREN ___|
  (1710 - 1771)       |
                      |                      __________________________
                      |                     |                          
                      |_Judith TOWNLEY _____|
                        (1680 - ....)       |
                                            |__________________________
                                                                       

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Jane DOUTHAT

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I83024

  • RESIDENCE: Charles City Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2693]
Father: Robert DOUTHAT Sr. of Weyanoke
Mother: Eleanor Warner LEWIS


Family 1 : William H. SELDEN

Notes


dau of 2nd wife Wade?

                                                               ________________________
                                                              |                        
                                  _(REQUEST QUERY) DOUTHAT ___|
                                 |                            |
                                 |                            |________________________
                                 |                                                     
 _Robert DOUTHAT Sr. of Weyanoke_|
| (1800 - 1830)                  |
|                                |                             ________________________
|                                |                            |                        
|                                |____________________________|
|                                                             |
|                                                             |________________________
|                                                                                      
|
|--Jane DOUTHAT 
|  (1820 - ....)
|                                                              _John LEWIS of Kinmore__+
|                                                             | (1747 - 1825) m 1773   
|                                 _Fielding LEWIS of Weyanoke_|
|                                | (1774 - ....)              |
|                                |                            |_Elizabeth Bates JONES _+
|                                |                              (1753 - 1783) m 1773   
|_Eleanor Warner LEWIS __________|
  (1800 - ....)                  |
                                 |                             ________________________
                                 |                            |                        
                                 |_Agnes HARWOOD _____________|
                                   (1775 - ....)              |
                                                              |________________________
                                                                                       

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Thomas DUTTON

____ - ____

ID Number: I85394

  • RESIDENCE: Charles Co. MD
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3152]

Family 1 : Elizabeth BAYNE

Notes


Children of Thomas Dutton and Elizabeth Bayne (dau. of Walter Bayne and his wife, Eleanor):


1. Matthew Dutton, b. 9/28/1692 Charles Co. who married Judith O'Kane, dau. of Gerard O'Kane and perhaps Lydia Newman. Children:


a. Notley Dutton who had:
1. Mary who married Thomas Posey 3/25/1788 Charles Co., MD.
2. Muriel who married Thomas D. Nettle by 1802, Charles Co., MD.


b. Thomas Dutton


c. Gerard Dutton


2. Notley Dutton, b. 12/19/1694, Charles Co., MD who married his first cousin, Elizabeth Hill (dau. of Matthew Hill and Edith Bayne--dau. of Walter and Eleanor Bayne). Child:


a. Elizabeth Dutton who married William Penn after 1729.


3. Edith Dutton.


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John GIST

1722 - 1778

ID Number: I31724

  • RESIDENCE: Fairfax Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1722, St. Paul's Par, Baltimore Co. Maryland [161750]
  • DEATH: 1778, Loudoun Co. Virginia [161751]
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS 134X-TV6 FGR [S125] [S284] [S3441]
Father: Richard GIST
Mother: Zipporah MURRAY


Family 1 : Mary LEWIS?
  1.  Mary GIST
  2.  Hensen Lewis GIST
  3.  Thomas GIST
  4.  Nancy GIST
  5.  Nathaniel GIST
  6.  John GIST
  7.  Violet GIST
  8.  Elizabeth GIST
  9. +William GIST
  10.  Sarah GIST
  11.  Constant GIST

Notes


LDS Will: 05 JUN 1778 Loudoun, Virginia


Re: William Nathaniel Gist and Mary Brinker Posted by: H LeFevre Date: October 06, 200
"The parents of John Gist is debated. Some people say he is the youngest son of Richard Gist of MD (Richard is the son of Edith Cromwell). Other people think he is the son of Joseph Gist and Anne Simpson." Src: H. Lefevre.


see CHRISTOPHER GIST OF MARYLAND, by Jean & Maxwell Dorsey, Chicago, 19__.


Regarding early French settlement in southwestern Pennsylvania, this information came from the "Horn Papers": In 1747, the French Governor of Quebec sent Creaux Bozarth to establish residence in Delaware Indian territory on Eckerlin Creek (now Whiteley Creek), where the French Fort Louis I was established. Christopher Gist led Bozarth and his family and 20 Indian runners over the mountains from Philadelphia to the Monongahela valley. Bozarth's son was the first white child born west of the mountains.



[161750]
22 Nov 1738

[161751]
1800


                                                          _____________________
                                                         |                     
                       _Christopher GIST "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1655 - 1691)                    |
                      |                                  |_____________________
                      |                                                        
 _Richard GIST _______|
| (1684 - 1741) m 1704|
|                     |                                   _____________________
|                     |                                  |                     
|                     |_Edith CROMWELL __________________|
|                       (1660 - 1694)                    |
|                                                        |_____________________
|                                                                              
|
|--John GIST 
|  (1722 - 1778)
|                                                         _____________________
|                                                        |                     
|                      _James MURRAY "the Immigrant"_____|
|                     | (1665 - 1704) m 1684             |
|                     |                                  |_____________________
|                     |                                                        
|_Zipporah MURRAY ____|
  (1685 - 1760) m 1704|
                      |                                   _Thomas MORGAN ______+
                      |                                  | (1639 - 1697)       
                      |_Jemina MORGAN ___________________|
                        (1668 - 1711) m 1684             |
                                                         |_Mary Elenor HANNAH _
                                                           (1646 - ....)       

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[S284]

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Dr. Crawford Williamson LONG

1 Nov 1815 - 16 Jun 1878

ID Number: I46698

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • OCCUPATION: discoverer of anethesia, etherization; physician and surgeon.
  • RESIDENCE: Madison Co. GA; NYC; Washington, DC
  • BIRTH: 1 Nov 1815, Danielsville, Georgia (15 mi N of Athens)
  • DEATH: 16 Jun 1878, Athens, Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: notes Bio [S913] [S2396]
Father: James LONG
Mother: Elizabeth WARE


Family 1 : Caroline SWAIN
  1.  Frances LONG

Notes


The discovery of anethesia is attributed to Crawford Williamson Long. There is a statue of him in Statuary Hall Capitol Bldg. Washington, D.C.


"the website for the Alabama State Society of Anesthesiologists includes a short "history" titled The Fascinating Story of the "Discovery" of Anesthesia by V. C. Saied, M.D., that had appeared originally in the Wichita Falls Medicine Magazine in 1997. Saied's article dwells on Morton and the only excerpt pertaining to Long appears near the end of the article. It is quoted fully here.
"It is significant that Dr. Crawford Long of Jefferson, Georgia, in whose honor Doctor's Day originated, had been using ether anesthesia for surgery in 1842, 4 years before Morton's public demonstration. He [Long] used it on several minor surgery cases over the next few years. He did not publicize his technique until others had done so. He did not spread the word. He sought no fame or recognition. However, his keeping it isolated in Jefferson, Georgia, and failing to promote ether as anesthesia only prolonged worldwide suffering for 4 years."


Thus, Long's discovery and contribution are diminished primarily on the grounds that he delayed in "publicizing" the value of ether. Furthermore, Morton's role is elevated on the ground that he did publicize his "discovery," but as Garrison (above) one of Long's critics also noted, Morton actually tried to hide the fact that the anesthetic that he used was ether and that it was not Morton who published his use of ether, rather it was Henry J. Bigelow in the Boston and Medical Surgical Journal. To write as Guthrie (above) did in the 1950s and as Saied did in 1997 reflects disgraceful scholarship. Here is part of Crawford W. Long's account of why he delayed in publication....."
" was anxious, before making my publication, to try etherization in a sufficient number of cases to fully satisfy my mind that anesthesia was produced by the ether, and was not the effect of the imagination or owing to any particular insusceptibility to pain in the person experimented on.


At the time I was experimenting with ether there were physicians in high authority and of justly distinguished character who were advocates of mesmerism [later renamed hypnosis], and recommended the induction of the mesmeric state as adequate to prevent pain in surgical operations. Notwithstanding thus sanctioned, I was an unbeliever in the science and of the opinion that if the mesmeric state could be produced at all it was only on those of strong imaginations and weak minds, and it was to be ascribed solely to the workings of the patient's imagination. Entertaining this opinion, I was the more particular in my experiments in etherization."


[Source: Crawford W. Long: Proceedings in Statuary Hall of the United States Capitol Upon the Unveiling and Presentation of the Statue of Crawford W. Long by the State of Georgia. Sixty Ninth Congress, March 30, 1926. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1926. Long was quoted on pages 32-34 in the "Address by H. H. Young," M.D. and Professor, Johns Hopkins University.]"


"Crawford W. Long was born in Danielsville, Georgia on Nov. 1, 1815. He received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1839. After a brief period of studying surgery in New York hospitals, Long returned to his home state to take over a rural medical practice in Jefferson, Georgia. While in college, Long had some experience with "ether frolics" and thought there was some possibility of the development of an anesthetic to lessen or remove the extreme pain surgery patients of his time had to endure. He did not have access to the nitrous oxide that had been used in his college experiences, so he began experimenting with sulfuric ether. Careful observation showed him that patients suffered no pain when under the effects of this gas, even when severely cut or bruised. Long took the inevitable next step on March 30, 1842. His patient James M. Venable was rendered unconscious by sulfuric ether, then had a cyst removed. [See photo of reenactment.] When Venable regained consciousness, he felt no pain at all! As an interesting footnote to the operation, Long's fee for the anesthesia and surgery was a staggering two dollars!


Over the course of the next four years, Long performed other surgeries using sulfuric ether, but he had not officially recorded his findings. Thus, as word of his success spread, others--particularly dentist William Morton--claimed to have been the first to successfully use the gas in surgery. While it is true that Morton gave the first public demonstration of anesthesia, Long eventually would be recognized as the true pioneer of surgical anesthesia. And, today, March 30 -- the anniversary date of Long's first use of ether during surgery--is nationally recognized as "Doctor's Day" and the birthday of anesthesia.


In 1850, Long moved to Athens, Georgia, where he quietly continued to practice medicine, modestly avoiding the limelight that could have been his due. Late in the Civil War, Long joined an Athens militia unit--though it was never called to active duty. Long continued to practice medicine in Athens until his death on June 19, 1878 from heart failure after just having delivered a baby.


In 1920, the General Assembly proposed and voters ratified a constitutional amendment to create a new county named in honor of Crawford Long. In 1926, Georgia placed a marble statue of Long in the National Statuary Hall Collection of the U.S. Capitol. In 1940, the U.S. Post Office Department honored Long with a commemorative stamp.
Src: http://www.cviog.uga.edu/Projects/gainfo/longbio.htm


Born: November 1, 1815
Place: Danielsville, Georgia
Died: June 16, 1878
Place: Athens, Georgia


Crawford Williamson Long was born on November 1, 1815 in Danielsville, Georgia. His family was prominent in Georgia's Madison County. Crawford, a brother, and two sisters were brought up in the comfortable surroundings of a refined Southern household. Crawford Long went through local schools, and at the age of 14 he was admitted to Georgia's Franklin College, which later became the University of Georgia. He graduated from Franklin in 1835, and went on to study medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. In 1839 he was awarded his medical degree from the university. Long then moved to New York City, where he began to practice medicine in New York hospitals. He stayed in New York for less than two years and then returned to his native Georgia with skills as a physician and surgeon.


Crawford Long is now widely credited with being the first medical professional to use anesthesia for surgical procedures, although there were others who claimed the breakthrough as their own. Long's discovery of anesthesia was partially a product of his times. In certain circles in the early 1800's, fashionable young people were enlivening their parties and social events with substances such as nitrous oxide, otherwise known as laughing gas. Long noticed that people who were under the influence of the gas seemed to be oblivious to physical pain. This observation led to his experimentation with a similar substance, sulfuric ether. On March 30, 1842 Long performed surgery to remove a tumor from a patient after having the patient inhale the fumes from an ether-soaked cloth. The patient's tumor was removed, and the patient reported that he had felt absolutely no pain. Although Long continued to use ether as an anesthetic in future surgical procedures, he did not immediately publish his findings. Other medical professionals also began to use anesthesia in their work, and some claimed to be the discoverers of the procedure. But Crawford Long is now widely recognized as the pioneer of the use of anesthesia in the medical profession.


Long continued to practice medicine and to use anesthesia throughout his medical career. A dedicated physician and surgeon, he married and kept a small medical office in Georgia for his entire life. Crawford Williamson Long worked up until the end of his days, and he died attending to a patient on June 16, 1878.
http://www.netstate.com/states/peop/people/ga_cwl.htm



From http://www.jacksoncountyga.com/history.htm "One of the Jefferson's most notable residents was Dr. Crawford W. Long. This Georgia native was the first to discover the use of ether as an anesthetic and performed the first painless operation on March 30, 1842. A museum stands on the site of his office in downtown Jefferson and includes changing exhibits on the History of Jackson County, a recreated 1840's Doctors Office an Apothecary Shop, and 19th century General Store. The headquarters for the Jackson County Historical Society is located here, and their genealogy and local history materials are shelved in the Museum's Library and Archives.


Settlement of this area began in 1784 with a small group of Revolutionary War veterans and other pioneers who ventured into the newly ceded lands of Franklin County. The first permanent communities were on Sandy Creek at Groaning Rock, Yamacutah (near present-day Commerce), Hurricane Shoals, and in 1786 on the Middle Oconee River near the Tallassee Shoals. The population had swelled to 350 by the time the county was formed by legislative act to February 1796.


Named for Revolutionary patriot and Georgia statesman James Jackson, the county originally covered 1800 square miles. However, from 1801 until 1914 portions were taken to form parts of the present counties of Clarke, Oconee, Madison, Gwinnett, Hall, Walton, Banks, and Barrow. Jackson County today contains only 337 square miles."





[S2396]


                                                     _____________________
                                                    |                     
                       _Samuel LONG "the immigrant"_|
                      | (1753 - 1822)               |
                      |                             |_____________________
                      |                                                   
 _James LONG _________|
| (1781 - 1853) m 1813|
|                     |                              _____________________
|                     |                             |                     
|                     |_Ann WILLIAMSON _____________|
|                       (1757 - 1829)               |
|                                                   |_____________________
|                                                                         
|
|--Crawford Williamson LONG 
|  (1815 - 1878)
|                                                    _Edward WARE Sr._____+
|                                                   | (1710 - 1786) m 1743
|                      _Edward M. Powell WARE Jr.___|
|                     | (1760 - 1838) m 1781        |
|                     |                             |_Lettice POWELL _____+
|                     |                               (1725 - 1786) m 1743
|_Elizabeth WARE _____|
  (1789 - 1851) m 1813|
                      |                              _Philip THURMOND Jr._+
                      |                             | (1740 - 1803)       
                      |_Sarah "Sally" THURMOND _____|
                        (1764 - 1812) m 1781        |
                                                    |_Judith______________
                                                      (1740 - ....)       

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Lucy PENDLETON

ABT 1813 - ____

ID Number: I70420

  • RESIDENCE: Washington Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1813, Washington Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 1Q7T-93V)
Father: Joseph PENDLETON
Mother: Elizabeth RILEY



                                               _Philip PENDLETON ____+
                                              | (1728 - 1778) m 1753 
                       _Micajah PENDLETON ____|
                      | (1758 - 1844) m 1780  |
                      |                       |_Spicey FREELAND _____+
                      |                         (1730 - 1804) m 1753 
 _Joseph PENDLETON ___|
| (1781 - 1839) m 1801|
|                     |                        _George BRECKENRIDGE _+
|                     |                       | (1714 - 1790) m 1742 
|                     |_Letitia BRECKENRIDGE _|
|                       (1759 - 1799) m 1780  |
|                                             |_Ann DOAK ____________+
|                                               (1721 - 1784) m 1742 
|
|--Lucy PENDLETON 
|  (1813 - ....)
|                                              ______________________
|                                             |                      
|                      _______________________|
|                     |                       |
|                     |                       |______________________
|                     |                                              
|_Elizabeth RILEY ____|
  (1780 - ....) m 1801|
                      |                        ______________________
                      |                       |                      
                      |_______________________|
                                              |
                                              |______________________
                                                                     

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Elizabeth A. RAGLAND

ABT 1710 - ____

ID Number: I67103

  • RESIDENCE: of Wales; VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1710
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2544] [S2959]

Family 1 : David SMITH
  1. +Mary SMITH
  2. +Elizabeth SMITH
  3. +John SMITH

Notes


Father: John RAGLAND Death: ABT. 1795 in Monmothshire, Wales; Mother: Anne BEAUFORT.

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[S2544]

[S2959]


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Isaac STANLEY

ABT 1756 - ____

ID Number: I35045

  • RESIDENCE: Goochland & Louisa Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1756
  • RESOURCES: See: [S264] [S2117]
Father: John STANLEY Jr.
Mother: Edith HUTCHINS


Family 1 : Elizabeth BROOKS

Notes


1786, 9, 9 Isaac rpd by Genito PM as having m his first cousin. rpd reported
1788, 11, -- Isaac & w, Elizabeth, con misconduct. con condemned


Children
JACKSON STANLEY
GULIELMA STANLEY
MARY STANLEY
ELIZABETH STANLEY

[S2117]


                                                   _Thomas STANLEY II_____________+
                                                  | (1665 - 1733) m 1685          
                       _John STANLEY "The Eldest"_|
                      | (1691 - 1783) m 1715      |
                      |                           |_Anne? or Mary Holme?__________
                      |                             (1665 - 1703) m 1685          
 _John STANLEY Jr.____|
| (1725 - 1795) m 1754|
|                     |                            _William BALLARD Sr.___________+
|                     |                           | (1686 - 1754) m 1698          
|                     |_Alice BALLARD ____________|
|                       (1697 - 1749) m 1715      |
|                                                 |_Philadelphia__________________
|                                                   (1686 - ....) m 1698          
|
|--Isaac STANLEY 
|  (1756 - ....)
|                                                  _Nicholas HUTCHINS (HUTCHENS) _
|                                                 | (1680 - ....) m 1701          
|                      _Strangeman HUTCHINS ______|
|                     | (1707 - 1792) m 1731      |
|                     |                           |_Mary WATKINS _________________+
|                     |                             (1682 - 1736) m 1701          
|_Edith HUTCHINS _____|
  (1736 - 1796) m 1754|
                      |                            _Richard COX __________________+
                      |                           | (1678 - 1734) m 1700          
                      |_Elizabeth COX ____________|
                        (1712 - 1816) m 1731      |
                                                  |_Mary TRENT ___________________+
                                                    (1682 - 1735) m 1700          

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[S264]

[S2117]

[S2117]


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Lucy UTELY

ABT 1794 - ____

ID Number: I104664

  • RESIDENCE: Jessimine Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1794, Jessamine Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S3783]

Family 1 : Powhaten Valentine BOATWRIGHT
  1.  James S. BOATWRIGHT

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Peter Beverly WHITING

BEF 1762 - ABT 1807

ID Number: I72790

  • RESIDENCE: King George Co. VA
  • BIRTH: BEF 1762
  • DEATH: ABT 1807
  • RESOURCES: See: [S765]

Family 1 : Hannah Fairfax WASHINGTON

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