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Emporer ISAAC II ANGELUS of Roman Empire

ABT 1150 - 1204

ID Number: I28224

  • TITLE: Emporer
  • BIRTH: ABT 1150
  • DEATH: 1204
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1059]
Father: ANDRONICUS ANGELUS of Rome
Mother: EUPHROSYNE Castamonita


Family 1 :
  1.  IRENE ANGELICA of Byzabitum

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 _ANDRONICUS ANGELUS of Rome_|
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|--ISAAC II ANGELUS of Roman Empire
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|_EUPHROSYNE Castamonita_____|
  (1120 - ....)              |
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Grace Leota DEXTER

ABT 1890 - ____

ID Number: I53428

  • BIRTH: ABT 1890
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1935]

Family 1 : Joseph BUSH
  1. +Melvin Edgar BUSH
  2. +Frances Leota BUSH

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William FLEMING "the Immigrant"

5 Jun 1717 - 5 May 1784

ID Number: I76203

  • RESIDENCE: SCT and Kent Co. DE
  • BIRTH: 5 Jun 1717, Kirkintilloch, Dunbarton, Scotland
  • DEATH: 5 May 1784, Farmington, Kent Co. Delaware
  • RESOURCES: See:notes [S2915]

Family 1 :
  1.  Boaz FLEMING

Notes


Source: Don Norman's WV Family Index
William Fleming born Scotland June 5, 1717, arrived about 1740 from Ireland. Married Jean "Jane" Frame born 7/26/1826 died 3/1/1768 married in 1770 to Ann Hudson. Revolutionary War in John Patton's Company of Delaware commanded by Col. David Hall. Then in Captain Moore's company. Next in Captain Wilson's and also in Captain William's company.


According to a tradition that has been handed down in the William Fleming was born in Scotland. The date of his birth, a in all available records, was the 5th of June, 1717. He probably some time in Ireland before coming to America. Just when he came to Delaware and the exact time of his coming cannot now termined. He seems to have arrived about 1740. The fact that he is in Mispillion Hundred, the place where a large number of F?? then lived, indicates that he had a desire to be among his relati??


His wife was Jean Frame, usually written "Jean," which is p?? the old way of writing the name "Jane." The records of Kent show nothing as to the Frame family. William B. Tharp says she lived in Sussex County. The date of their marriage cannot be f?? the Delaware records. But it was prior to the 15th of August, 1?? land records showing that William Fleming and Jean, his wife, date conveyed 282 acres of "land and swamp" to Robert F?? "yeoman." This deed was witnessed by John Fleming and Fleming.


The will of William Fleming shows that he was a large lan?? But the land records of Delaware do not show how he acquired all of his land. No doubt he lived and brought up his family frugal and industrious way that was common to all early However, it will appear later in these pages that most of his ?? were not satisfied with the "lowlands" of Delaware and chose to pioneers in a country farther west. Why they chose the northe?? of Virginia cannot be determined. One of his sons elected to stay in Delaware, where a very large number of his descendants ?? be found.


William Fleming was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. 4th of August, 1777, he enlisted in John Patton's Company Delaware regiment commanded by Col. David Hall. From ?? 1777, until March, 1778, he was in the hospital. On April 1, ?? entered Captain Moore's company and was with it until Ma?? On the 10th of June, 1779, he was reported sick at Yellow Spri?? was in Captain Wilson's company in April, 1780; and also in Williams's company of the Southern Army of the United S?? Hillsboro during a part of the same year. The record of these will be found in the Delaware Archives.


Mrs. Lillie F. Shaw (1-3-5 in Chapter V) has an old book been handed down in the family, entitled 'A Plea for the N?? formists," published in 1719. In it there is written: "Matthew ?? his book," also "William Fleming, his book, a present from his father, Alexander Fleming, February 5, 1832." She says the author of this book, Thomas De Laune, was imprisoned in Newgate with his wife and children, where they all died from the hardships of prison life.


Non-conformity is said to have caused the Flemings to leave Scotland.


Miss Flossie Fleming, of Fairmont, has in her possession an old Bible that was brought from Delaware by Ann Fleming, widow of William Fleming. On one of its pages there is written, probably in the hand-writing of William Fleming, in a large and beautiful hand: "ANN FLEMING'S BIBLE." The following records, though apparently in a different hand, also appear there:


"William Fleming and Ann Hudson were married December 27, 1770."


"Thomas Fleming, son of Wm. Fleming and Ann, his wife, was born December 22nd, Anno Domine, 1777."


"William Fleming departed this life May 5th, A. D., 1784, in the 67th year of his age."


"John Fleming departed this life November 28, 1813, in the 87th year of his age, and lost his eye-sight with the smallpox in Ireland in the 7th year of his age."


In the Thomas Fleming family many things of interest have been handed down in regard to this blind uncle that came with his nephews to Virginia. It is said that he could play the violin and could also make baskets. In the chapter on Benaiah Fleming something will be presented to show the interest of other members of the family in his welfare. There is also on the records at Dover, Delaware, something that should be mentioned in this connection.


In volume A 17, at page 201, of the files of Administration and Wills there is found the settlement of Archibald Fleming as administrator of the estate of one Samuel Fleming in which the following appears on the debit side of the account:


"By ballance of said estate in the administrator's hands to be paid to John Fleming, a blind brother of the intestate, as by the said intestate's desire and request--14 pounds, 7 shillings, and 7 pence."


On the other side of the account this appears:


"To ballance of the estate in the administrator's hands to be paid to John Fleming, one of the brothers of the intestate, as by the intestate's desire and request, etc."


This settlement was inspected, allowed, and passed on the 27th of February, 1750. Assuming that the "Blind John" referred to here was the same man that afterwards came to Virginia,--and this is not a rash assumption,--this record indicates that William Fleming had another brother in Delaware whose name has not been mentioned in any of the records that have been handed down in the family. Though this settlement does not state that Archibald was a brother of Samuel, the implication is very strong that he was. In those days strangers were not appointed to settle the estates of deceased persons when there were brothers to serve. It here plainly appears that Samuel had other brothers besides John. This Archibald is probably the same man that is mentioned in Chapter XLIV.


In nearly every branch of the family the tradition is that the four brothers who came to Delaware were: William, Robert, Archibald, and John. Some of these records that have been passed down in the family will be noted here. Mrs. Josephine Bridger, of New Boston, Illinois, obtained her information from Lottie Amelia Ice, a granddaughter of Thomas Fleming, as follows:


"Four brothers, William, Robert, Archibald, and John, came from Scotland long before the Revolutionary War and settled in Delaware. John was blind, played the violin, and was never married. With his four nephews and one niece, sons and daughter of William Fleming, he came to Virginia (now Marion County, W. Va.) in 1786."


It cannot be shown with certainty that they came here in 1786. But, assuming that the families of Mary, Nathan, Boaz, and Benoni came together in the fall of 1788, there were several of them in the group. Mary had ten children, if they were all living. Eight of Nathan's were in the company. Boaz had only one child with him, Clarissa, who was then about two years old. Benoni, only a little past twenty years old then, probably had no children. Three of Mary's children were older than their Uncle Benoni. Elizabeth, Mary's daughter, may have been married in Delaware. The following records show that Jane was married at that time and had a daughter, Elizabeth, nearly two years old.


The following items have been furnished by the Melvin family, said to have been taken from old papers sketched by Charles T. Fleming, January 2, 1860:


"William Fleming, who emigrated to this country (United States) from Scotland about the year 1740 on account of the persecution of the Christian religion in Scotland at that time by the Roman Catholics, was born June 5, 1717. On his arrival in this country he applied at the land office then open and was granted a patent for land located in Kent County, Delaware, called 'William's Choice', and thereon located in 1741, built and resided until his death, which occurred May 5, 1784, aged 66 years and 11 months. About the year 1744 he married a lady by the name of Jane Frame, who was born July 26, 1726, and died on Monday, March 7, 1768, aged 41 years, 7 months, and 11 days. The record says that 'She was a dutiful wife and a good mother and much lamented by all who knew her'. The following are the children of the said William and Jane:


MARY FLEMING, born March 11, 1745;
ANDREW FLEMING, born January 1, 1748, and died October
19, 1764, aged 16 years, 9 months, and 18 days;
NATHAN FLEMING, born February 23, 1750;
WILLIAM FLEMING, born August 17, 1755, died July 22,
1772, aged 16 years, 11 months, and 5 days;
BOAZ FLEMING, born January 3, 1758;
BENAIAH FLEMING, born January 10, 1762, died October
12, 1845, aged 83 years, 9 months, and 2 days;
BENONI FLEMING, born February 17, 1768;
THOMAS FLEMING, half-brother, born January 23, 1777.



After the death of the said William Fleming, the father of the above-named children, all of the said children (then living) emigrated to the 'Western Frontier', as then called, except Benaiah, who remained on the old homestead and died in the same house in which he was born, at the age of 83 years, 9 months, and 2 days.


The same old brick dwelling first erected by the father, William Fleming, yet stands and the walls seem as firm and solid as when first erected. The old homestead has now, A. D. 1860, been in the family 119 years, and is now owned and occupied by Nathan Fleming, son of the said Benaiah, where it will probably remain in the family another generation at least."(*)


Mrs. Thomas W. Fleming says on her chart:


"Driven from Scotland to the North of Ireland by religious persecution, four brothers, William, Robert, Archibald, and John Fleming, emigrated to the United States early in the 18th century and took up lands under William Penn in 1741, now known as Mispillion Hundred, Kent County, Delaware. This land is still owned by their descendants. In 1789 three sons of William, viz.: Nathan, Boaz, and Benoni, with their uncle John, emigrated to western Virginia and settled on lands on the Monongahela River.


After a few years they were joined by their sister Mary(+) and family, and their step-mother (Ann Hudson) and her son Thomas. Gradually their children scattered until now almost every state in the Union can boast of some of the name as worthy citizens."


There were other Flemings here in early days, who probably came from Delaware and then went farther West. In 1793, David Scott, the son of James Scott, was indicted for assaulting James Fleming, a cooper. At the same term of court he was also indicted for the same offense against William Fleming, a son of James Fleming. Later, in 1796, James Fleming and William Fleming, probably the same men involved in the affair with Scott, were required to give a bond to keep the peace "with all of the commonwealth's subjects, especially towards Thomas Cordray, until the next grand jury court."


On the 13th of September, 1803, the County Court exempted James Fleming, a Methodist preacher, from paying county levies and poor rates and from working on the public highway. The marriage records show that he officiated at many marriages from 1794 to 1806. In 1806 there was a Rev. James L. Fleming here. A man with the same name performed the marriage ceremonies for all of the children of John Fleming, whose marriages are on the record at Zanesville, Ohio. The census record for 1850 shows that he was 87 years old then and was born in Delaware.


(*) This brick dwelling was still standing in 1930, when I was in Delaware and
went a short distance from Farmington to see it. But, regretfully it must be said,
it has now passed out of the family.


It will be seen that two dates are given here for the birth of Thomas Fleming.


(+) It will be observed that the different members of the family do not agree as to the exact time of the coming of these Flemings to Virginia. From the inscription on the gravestone of Alexander Fleming, mentioned in Chapter V, I got the impression that the Mary Fleming family came with Nathan, Boaz, and Benoni. But Mrs. Fleming here says they came later.


Among the papers now in the possession of William B. Tharp, of Farmington, Delaware, is a copy of a memorandum sent to Benaiah Fleming by one of his brothers who came to Virginia, which shows the route traveled by these brothers in reaching their new home. Starting at Milford this gives the mileage between the different points along the road as follows:


To Dover 20 miles
To Cross Roads (probably Smyrna, Delaware) 12 miles
To Middletown 13 miles
To Head of Elk 14 miles
To the Blue Ball Tavern 8 miles
To Barrett's Tavern 8 miles
To Warnock's Tavern 8 miles
To McCall's Ferry (over Susquehanna River) 14 miles
To Brogue Tavern 10 miles
To Little York (now York, Pa.) 15 miles
To Abbottstown (now a small village in Pa.) 15 miles
To Gattiestown (Gettysburg) 15 miles
To Nicholson's Gap 10 miles
To Hagerstown 25 miles
To Greenspring Furnace 18 miles
To Licking Creek Forge 5 miles
To Hancocktown (now Hancock, Md.) 9 miles
To Barnhart's Tavern 11 miles
To Fifteen Mile Creek 6 miles
To Gray's Tavern 15 miles
To Oldtown (now a small village in Md.) 5 miles
To Cumberland 15 miles
To Grayon's Tavern 5 miles
To Tittle's Tavern 5 miles
To Tumbleston's Tavern 11 miles
To Little Crossings (now Great Meadows) 2 miles
To Simpkins's Tavern 9 miles
To Big Crossings (now Somerfield, Pa.) 8 miles
To Sandy Creek 14 miles
Over the Laurel Hills 12 miles


This makes a total of 337 miles. Their record of the trip stops near Uniontown. From that point to Fairmont the distance is about 50 miles.


COPY OF THE WILL OF WILLIAM FLEMING
In the name of God, Amen, I, William Fleming, of Kent County, in Delaware, being sick in body but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be to God, do, this third day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following:


First: I desire that my lawful debts shall be paid out of my personal estate; next, I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife Ann Fleming the whole use, benefit, and profits of all and singular my houses, lands, and improvements whereon I now dwell, that is, the cleared part of my home plantation, exclusive of a field which my son Boaz has now in his occupation on the east side of said plantation, together with as much woodland as may be necessary for the supporting fence and firewood for the hearths to her during her life; also I give and bequeath unto my wife aforesaid my two oldest negroes, namely, Will and Dinner, to her heirs and assigns forever, save only that the child of the said negro woman I give and bequeath unto my son Nathan Fleming to be delivered to him at one year and eleven months old clear of all expense of raising, to him, his heirs and assigns forever; also in like manner as aforesaid I give, will and bequeath to my son Nathan Fleming aforesaid all and singular that tract or parcel of land and tenement whereon he now dwells, containing two hundred acres or thereabouts, be the same more or less, to him, his heirs and assigns forever.


Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Boaz Fleming the one-fourth part or share off all and singular my home plantation where I now dwell and the part thereof which he has built on and improved and also a negro boy named Dick about eight years old, to him and his heirs forever.


Item: I give and bequeath to my son Benaiah Fleming a one-fourth part of all and singular my home plantation aforesaid and on the side thereof next to John Turner's lands, also one negro boy named Horatio, to him and his heirs forever.


Item: I give and bequeath to my son Benoni one-fourth part of my said home plantation to be laid off on the south side thereof adjoining lands of Samuel Turner, also one negro boy named Jacob, and also horse and saddle to value of ten pounds specie, to him and his heirs and assigns forever.


Item: I give and bequeath to my youngest son Thomas Fleming a one-fourth of all and singular my home plantation whereon I now dwell to be laid off where convenient and not at any part already directed, also one negro boy named Bob, also one bed and furniture to value of seven pounds, ten shillings, also the additional sum of ten pounds lawful money to be laid out in his schooling at the discretion of my wife, said lands, negro boy, and bed to him, his heirs and assigns forever.


Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary Fleming, wife to Matthew Fleming, one negro girl (now in her occupation) named Snith, to her and her heirs forever.


Item: I give and bequeath unto my wife Ann Fleming aforesaid one black mare named Flag and one side saddle, to her, her heirs and assigns forever; also I give and bequeath all the remainder and reversions of all and singular of my estate of every nature whatever not hereinbefore devised, after my lawful debts are paid, to be divided according to law, that is, my wife aforesaid one-third thereof and each of my children an equal share of what remains; and I do hereby appoint my sons Nathan Fleming and Boaz Fleming to be whole and sole executors of this my last will and testament, at this time revoking and disallowing any will heretofore made by me.


In witness whereof I, the aforesaid William Fleming, the testator, have to this, my last will and testament, contained on two sides of this sheet of paper, set my hand and affixed my seal the day and year first herein written.


his
WILLIAM X FLEMING (Seal)
mark
Witnesses:
Sarah Tolbott
John Rolston
William Hudson.
This will was probated on the 7th of June, 1784.


Father: William FLEMING b: 1691 in Scotland


Marriage 1 Jane FRAME b: 1726 Married: Abt 1744
Children
Beniah FLEMING b: 10 Jan 1762 in Kent County, Delaware


Marriage 2 Jean FRAME b: 26 Jul 1726 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Married: 15 Aug 1744 in Kent County, Delaware Event: Alt. Marriage 15 Aug 1744 in Kent County, Delaware


Children
Mary FLEMING b: 11 Mar 1745
Andrew FLEMING b: 1 Jan 1748
Nathan FLEMING b: 23 Feb 1750
William FLEMING b: 7 Aug 1755 in Kent County, Delaware
Boaz FLEMING b: 3 Jan 1758
Beniah FLEMING b: 10 Jan 1762 in Kent County, Delaware
Benoni FLEMING b: 17 Feb 1768


Marriage 3 Ann HUDSON Married: 27 Dec 1770
Children: Thomas FLEMING b: 23 Jan 1777


Sources: The William Fleming Family by Franklin Marion Brand
Author: Franklin Marion Brand Publication: 1941
found at the web site http://www.familytreemaker.com/_glc_/5048/5048_4.html


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Sir William GOMM

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I24903

  • TITLE: Sir
  • OCCUPATION: Field Marshall
  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S258]

Family 1 : Sophia PENN

Notes


d.s.p.

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MARY HEREFORD

1556 - ____

ID Number: I55798

Original Submitter (General Source): [S1670]
  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: 1556, Sufton Court, Herefordshire, England
  • DEATH: England
  • BURIAL: England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1670]
Father: ROGER HEREFORD Esq. of Sufton
Mother: MARGARET STURMEY



                                                                   _THOMAS de HEREFORD Lord of Sufton_+
                                                                  | (1439 - 1517)                     
                                 _WILLIAM HEREFORD Lord of Sufton_|
                                | (1477 - 1545) m 1506            |
                                |                                 |_Margaret__________________________
                                |                                   (1450 - ....)                     
 _ROGER HEREFORD Esq. of Sufton_|
| (1507 - 1561) m 1545          |
|                               |                                  _THOMAS HARRY A.P. of Poston_______
|                               |                                 | (1450 - ....)                     
|                               |_CATHERINE HARRY of Poston_______|
|                                 (1480 - 1551) m 1506            |
|                                                                 |___________________________________
|                                                                                                     
|
|--MARY HEREFORD 
|  (1556 - ....)
|                                                                  ___________________________________
|                                                                 |                                   
|                                _ STURMEY _______________________|
|                               | (1493 - ....)                   |
|                               |                                 |___________________________________
|                               |                                                                     
|_MARGARET STURMEY _____________|
  (1519 - ....) m 1545          |
                                |                                  _KEBBIE WHITE _____________________+
                                |                                 | (1460 - ....)                     
                                |_JOAN WHITE _____________________|
                                  (1490 - ....)                   |
                                                                  |___________________________________
                                                                                                      

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Clement LINDSAY

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I105080

  • RESIDENCE: of Norfolk, VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • DEATH: died young
  • RESOURCES: See: [S787]
Father: William LINDSAY
Mother: Mattie FOX


Notes


V. Clement Lindsay, killed at fourteen, in the navy.



                                             _(RESEARCH QUERY) LINDSAY MD & VA & TN & AL & SC_
                                            |                                                 
                       _William LINDSAY ____|
                      | (1725 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_________________________________________________
                      |                                                                       
 _William LINDSAY ____|
| (1751 - 1797) m 1780|
|                     |                      _________________________________________________
|                     |                     |                                                 
|                     |_ TALIAFERRO ________|
|                       (1729 - ....)       |
|                                           |_________________________________________________
|                                                                                             
|
|--Clement LINDSAY 
|  (1780 - ....)
|                                            _________________________________________________
|                                           |                                                 
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_________________________________________________
|                     |                                                                       
|_Mattie FOX _________|
  (1755 - 1797) m 1780|
                      |                      _________________________________________________
                      |                     |                                                 
                      |_____________________|
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                                            |_________________________________________________
                                                                                              

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Michael LUTZ

1800 - 1869

ID Number: I37507

  • RESIDENCE: Madisonville, PA
  • BIRTH: 1800
  • DEATH: 1869
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1329] [S1351]

Family 1 : Lydia SWARTZ (SCHWARTZ)
  1. +Abigail LUTZ

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Baron WILLIAM MURRAY of Bothwell

ABT 1190 - ____

ID Number: I78573


Family 1 :
  1. +MARGARET MURRAY of Bothwell

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[S3252]

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Mary Jane PATTERSON

18 Jul 1835 - AFT 1900

ID Number: I15620

  • RESIDENCE: Cedar Swamp Section, Georgetown Dist. Craven Co. SC
  • BIRTH: 18 Jul 1835
  • DEATH: AFT 1900
  • RESOURCES: See: [S446] [S668]
Father: Robert James PATTERSON Sr.
Mother: Jannett BROWN


Family 1 : Samuel John THARP
  1. +Frances Ella THARP

                                                    _______________________
                                                   |                       
                              _Andrew PATTERSON ___|
                             | (1790 - ....)       |
                             |                     |_______________________
                             |                                             
 _Robert James PATTERSON Sr._|
| (1816 - 1845)              |
|                            |                      _______________________
|                            |                     |                       
|                            |_Janette_____________|
|                              (1790 - 1818)       |
|                                                  |_______________________
|                                                                          
|
|--Mary Jane PATTERSON 
|  (1835 - 1900)
|                                                   _William Howell BROWN _
|                                                  | (1749 - 1822)         
|                             _Abner BROWN ________|
|                            | (1775 - 1839) m 1813|
|                            |                     |_Esther RANDALL? ______
|                            |                       (1750 - ....)         
|_Jannett BROWN _____________|
  (1816 - 1850)              |
                             |                      _Thomas MCCANTS Sr.____+
                             |                     | (1741 - 1791) m 1778  
                             |_Jannet MCCANTS _____|
                               (1787 - 1881) m 1813|
                                                   |_Ann REID (REED) ______+
                                                     (1758 - 1823) m 1778  

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Peter Leath PENN

31 Aug 1806 - 22 May 1835

ID Number: I69290

  • RESIDENCE: Patrick Co. VA and Taladega Co.AL
  • BIRTH: 31 Aug 1806, Patrick Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 22 May 1835, Taladega Co. Alabama
  • RESOURCES: See: [S739] [S2649]
Father: Thomas PENN
Mother: Frances Martha "Patsy" LEATH



                                                                            _George PENN I________+
                                                                           | (1706 - 1749) m 1730 
                                 _Abraham PENN ____________________________|
                                | (1743 - 1801) m 1767                     |
                                |                                          |_Ann FLEMING _________+
                                |                                            (1706 - 1794) m 1730 
 _Thomas PENN __________________|
| (1781 - 1858) m 1805          |
|                               |                                           _George STOVALL Jr.___+
|                               |                                          | (1728 - 1782)        
|                               |_Ruth STOVALL ____________________________|
|                                 (1743 - 1810) m 1767                     |
|                                                                          |_Mary "Polly" COOPER _
|                                                                            (1720 - ....)        
|
|--Peter Leath PENN 
|  (1806 - 1835)
|                                                                           ______________________
|                                                                          |                      
|                                _(RESEARCH QUERY) LEATH of Patrick Co. VA_|
|                               |                                          |
|                               |                                          |______________________
|                               |                                                                 
|_Frances Martha "Patsy" LEATH _|
  (1787 - ....) m 1805          |
                                |                                           ______________________
                                |                                          |                      
                                |__________________________________________|
                                                                           |
                                                                           |______________________
                                                                                                  

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Walter SCOTT

ABT 1750 - ABT 1796

ID Number: I40824

  • RESIDENCE: Ringgold, GA and Pendleton Dist. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750, Ringgold, Georgia
  • DEATH: ABT 1796, Pendleton Dist. South Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S2878] [S3439]

Family 1 : Go-Sa-Du-I-Sga
  1. +Elizabeth SCOTT
  2. +Nancy SCOTT
  3. +Richard SCOTT
Family 2 : Sarah HICKS
  1. +Mary "Polly" SCOTT
  2.  Margaret "Peggy" SCOTT
  3.  Sarah Jane "Sally" SCOTT

Notes


Marriage(s):
Spouse: Sarah Hicks Disc #27 Pin #396148 Marriage: abt 1780 Place:
Spouse: Go-Sa-Du-I-Sga Disc #27 Pin #387295


Sources

[S2878]

[S3439]


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Anne TERRILL

1760 - ____

ID Number: I94494

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS 26KZ-LB
Father: Robert TERRILL II
Mother: Judith TOWLES



                                             _Timothy TERRILL\TIRRILL "the Immigrant"_+
                                            | (1656 - ....) m 1686                    
                       _Robert TERRILL I____|
                      | (1697 - ....) m 1718|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth FOSTER _______________________+
                      |                       (1670 - 1745) m 1686                    
 _Robert TERRILL II___|
| (1725 - 1800) m 1750|
|                     |                      _John FOSTER ____________________________+
|                     |                     | (1645 - 1704)                           
|                     |_Mary FOSTER ________|
|                       (1700 - 1783) m 1718|
|                                           |_Ann MOORE ______________________________+
|                                             (1654 - ....)                           
|
|--Anne TERRILL 
|  (1760 - ....)
|                                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) TOWLES ________________
|                                           |                                         
|                      _Stokley TOWLES _____|
|                     | (1700 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_________________________________________
|                     |                                                               
|_Judith TOWLES ______|
  (1735 - 1786) m 1750|
                      |                      _________________________________________
                      |                     |                                         
                      |_Ann VALLOTT ________|
                        (1700 - ....)       |
                                            |_________________________________________
                                                                                      

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John W. WATKINS

ABT 1715 - Jan 1765

ID Number: I32140

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico & Cumberland Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1715
  • DEATH: Jan 1765, "The Forest", Cumberland Co.VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1209] [S1213] [S2053] [S2332]
Father: Edward WATKINS Sr.


Family 1 : Phoebe HANCOCK
  1. +Sarah WATKINS
  2. +John WATKINS
  3.  Henry WATKINS

Notes


Children:
5 Mary WATKINS b: 4 Oct 1736 d: 1822 + William MOSELEY b: abt 1730 d: abt 1762
5 Sarah WATKINS b: 20 Jan 1739 d: 1812 + John C. PORTER b: 17 Oct 1734 d: 1784
5 John WATKINS b: 23 Jul 1742 d: 1807 + Mary HUDSON
5 Rachel WATKINS b: 8 Feb 1744 d: abt 1833/1834 + WATKINS
5 Edward WATKINS b: 26 Sep 1747 d: 9 APR 1836 + Mary WALTHALL
5 Samuel WATKINS b: 3 Aug 1750 d: 1794 + Elizabeth GOODE
5 Elizabeth WATKINS b: 1 Dec 1755 d: aft 1820 + Edmund WOOLRIDGE
5 Henry WATKINS b: 26 Dec 1758 d: 24 Nov 1829 + Elizabeth Hudson CLAY b: 1750 d: 4 Dec 1829. [S1213]

                                                         _________________________________
                                                        |                                 
                       _Henry I WATKINS "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1638 - 1714) m 1658            |
                      |                                 |_________________________________
                      |                                                                   
 _Edward WATKINS Sr.__|
| (1676 - ....)       |
|                     |                                  _William PRIDE I "the Immigrant"_
|                     |                                 | (1600 - ....)                   
|                     |_Katherine PRIDE ________________|
|                       (1642 - 1699) m 1658            |
|                                                       |_________________________________
|                                                                                         
|
|--John W. WATKINS 
|  (1715 - 1765)
|                                                        _________________________________
|                                                       |                                 
|                      _________________________________|
|                     |                                 |
|                     |                                 |_________________________________
|                     |                                                                   
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                                  _________________________________
                      |                                 |                                 
                      |_________________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |_________________________________
                                                                                          

Sources

[S1209]

[S1213]

[S2053]

[S2332]

[S1213]


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Lydia WRIGHT

ABT 1900 - ____

ID Number: I7438

  • RESIDENCE: Evergreen, TX
  • BIRTH: ABT 1900
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11]
Father: Joseph Edward WRIGHT
Mother: Martha Elizabeth MCCANTS


Family 1 : Bill DERDEN

                                                          ____________________________
                                                         |                            
                             ____________________________|
                            |                            |
                            |                            |____________________________
                            |                                                         
 _Joseph Edward WRIGHT _____|
| (1870 - ....)             |
|                           |                             ____________________________
|                           |                            |                            
|                           |____________________________|
|                                                        |
|                                                        |____________________________
|                                                                                     
|
|--Lydia WRIGHT 
|  (1900 - ....)
|                                                         _Alexander Daniel MCCANTS __+
|                                                        | (1807 - 1852) m 1841       
|                            _Samuel John MCCANTS C.S.A._|
|                           | (1842 - 1918) m 1869       |
|                           |                            |_Martha Elizabeth GERALD ___+
|                           |                              (1820 - 1855) m 1841       
|_Martha Elizabeth MCCANTS _|
  (1870 - ....)             |
                            |                             _John James SIMMONS ________+
                            |                            | (1778 - 1847)              
                            |_Eliza E. Holt SIMMONS _____|
                              (1845 - 1887) m 1869       |
                                                         |_Mary Catherine WILLIAMSON _+
                                                           (1805 - 1887)              

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[S11]


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Lady JANE WYCHE

1630 - 2 Feb 1692

ID Number: I17990

  • TITLE: Lady
  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: 1630, ENG
  • DEATH: 2 Feb 1692, St. James Palace, England
  • BURIAL: St. Clement Danes, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S586] [S745] [S1073]
Father: PHILLIP WYCHE


Family 1 : Beverly GRANVILLE
  1. +Lucy GRANVILLE?

Notes


"She was one of the ladies of the bedchamber to Henrietta Marie, Queen and widow of Charles I. She was also the grandmother of John Granville, Earl of Granville, who was Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in 1724."


[S1073]


                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _PHILLIP WYCHE ______|
| (1600 - ....)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--JANE WYCHE 
|  (1630 - 1692)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

Sources

[S586]

[S745]

[S1073]

[S1073]


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