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Elizabeth CORLEY

1847 - ____

ID Number: I63359

Father: Jabez CORLEY
Mother: Tabitha WHITELY


Notes


m. Spraggens. Spouse: A. F. SPRAGINS Married: 7 MAR 1876. [S2404]

                                             _Caniel CORLEY ______+
                                            | (1747 - 1807)       
                       _William CORLEY _____|
                      | (1776 - ....) m 1798|
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Jabez CORLEY _______|
| (1805 - 1874) m 1827|
|                     |                      _John WRIGHT ________+
|                     |                     | (1740 - 1803)       
|                     |_Elizabeth WRIGHT ___|
|                       (1780 - ....) m 1798|
|                                           |_Elizabeth PATE _____
|                                             (1740 - 1844)       
|
|--Elizabeth CORLEY 
|  (1847 - ....)
|                                            _William WHITELY Sr._+
|                                           | (1734 - 1789)       
|                      _John WHITELY _______|
|                     | (1775 - 1842) m 1803|
|                     |                     |_Susannah TYLER _____+
|                     |                       (1745 - 1795)       
|_Tabitha WHITELY ____|
  (1807 - 1880) m 1827|
                      |                      _Henry HAYNES Sr.____+
                      |                     | (1745 - 1816) m 1768
                      |_Bersheba HAYNES ____|
                        (1776 - 1844) m 1803|
                                            |_Bersheba HAMPTON ___+
                                              (1747 - 1784) m 1768

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[S2044]

[S2404]

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Elizabeth GODBOLD

____ - ____

ID Number: I69614

  • RESIDENCE: Marion Dist. SC
  • RESOURCES: See: [S964]
Father: John GODBOLD "the Immigrant"
Mother: Elizabeth HAINS



                                                            __
                                                           |  
                                _(Research Query) GODBOLD _|
                               |                           |
                               |                           |__
                               |                              
 _John GODBOLD "the Immigrant"_|
| (1664 - 1765) m 1740         |
|                              |                            __
|                              |                           |  
|                              |___________________________|
|                                                          |
|                                                          |__
|                                                             
|
|--Elizabeth GODBOLD 
|  
|                                                           __
|                                                          |  
|                               ___________________________|
|                              |                           |
|                              |                           |__
|                              |                              
|_Elizabeth HAINS _____________|
  (1700 - ....) m 1740         |
                               |                            __
                               |                           |  
                               |___________________________|
                                                           |
                                                           |__
                                                              

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Frances HOOE

ABT 1770 - ____

ID Number: I54076

  • RESIDENCE: of Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1770
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1954]

Family 1 : John Storke WASHINGTON

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Adm. Hilary Pollard JONES USN

14 Nov 1863 - 1 Jan 1938

ID Number: I86134

  • TITLE: Adm.
  • RESIDENCE: of Hanover Co. VA
  • OCCUPATION: commander-in-chief, United States Fleet (1922-23).
  • BIRTH: 14 Nov 1863, Virginia
  • DEATH: 1 Jan 1938, Washington, DC or Doswell, Virginia
  • BURIAL: Arlington National Cemetery.
  • RESOURCES: See: notes Bio
Father: Hilary Pollard JONES C.S.A.
Mother: Claudia Hamilton MARSHALL


Notes


COL. JONES' SON


Lieut. Hilary P. Jones was on the reviewing stand at the Gosport (Norfolk) Navy Yard with other dignitaries for the launching of the U. S. S. Texas. "She was launched June 28, 1892, in the presence of a vast assemblage, who gathered in spite of pouring rain. A Texas girl, Miss Madge Williams, dressed in a blue yachting suit, trimmed with naval braid and with a huge lone
star, symobolic of Texas, as its decoration, broke the bottle and cried, `I christen thee Texas.'" (Small part of long article in "Squires Scrapbooks," Vol. III, p. 43, published Dec. 3, 1943.)


Rear Admiral Hiliary P. Jones, U.S.N., has received the Distinguished Service Medal, for exceptionally meritorious and conspicious service as commanding officer of the Newport News
Division of the Cruiser and Transport Fleet. His sucessful administration and close co-operation with Army authorities resulted in efficient joint operation of the Army and Navy at the Port of Newport News. (Admiral Jones is a son of the late Hilary P. Jones, of Hanover county.) Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 27 (1919), p. 353


JONES, HILARY POLLARD (Nov, 14, 1863-Jan. 1, 1938), naval officer, was born in Hanover County, Va., the eldest of six children of Hilary Pollard and Claudia Hamilton (Marshall) Jones.


His father, who had served in the Confederate Army, was principal of Hanover Academy; his mother was a granddaughter of Chief Justice John Marshall. Young Jones attended "Mont Air," a private school conducted in Hanover County by Miss Jenny Nelson, and his father's Hanover Academy in preparation for the University of Virginia. In 1880, however, he accepted an appointment to the United States Naval Academy, from which he graduated four years later, the sixteenth in a class of forty-five. After four years of cruising in American waters, he was assigned to the Nipsic in the Pacaific.


In 1889 his ship, with three others, joined four British vessels at Somoa, to which the Germans had sent three warships to punish the natives for the alleged murder of some German nationals. A clash between the Germans and the American and British seemed possible but was averted when a hurricane swept over the islands, destroying or severely damaging ships of all three countries. All the American vessels save the Nipsic were lost. Jones, officer of the deck at the time of the storm, brought his ship safely to the beach and was commended by his captain as a "young officer of great promise."


Opportunities for such officers were not great in the navy of the 1880's and early 1890's, and Jones served through the usual routines of a junior officer ashore and afloat. In the Spanish-American War he was assigned to the converted yacht Dorothea, attached to Admiral Sampson's fleet on patrol duty.


Following the war he obtained his first command, the Scorpion, taking her on a series of cruises (1904-06) in West Indian waters. During the next decade he rose steadily but slowly up
the ladder of responsibility and promotion- executive officer of the Idaho, captain of the Tennessee and Rhode Island, superintendent of the naval gun factory at Washington.


When the United States entered the first World War, Jones was in command of Squadron One, Patrol Force, of the Atlantic Fleet. In July 1917 he was placed in command of a cruiser
division, and was promoted to flag rank the day before Christmas.


He had throughout the service at the time the respect of his brother officers as a brave and honorable man and a reputation as a fine ship handler. In the war he acquired additional reputation as an administrator. For much of the last year of the war he was commander of the Newport News cruiser and transport force. As such he was responsible for the safety and efficient operation of sixteen ships carrying men and supplies from this country to French ports. For this service he received the Distinguished Service Medal from both the army and the navy.


After the war Jones rose steadily through administrative posts to the position of commander-in-chief, United States Fleet (1922-23). When he left the Fleet he was assigned to the General Board of the navy. From that time on her served in various dimplomatic roles, most significantly as naval advisor to the Conference for the Limitation of Naval Armaments at Geneva in June 1927 There he adamantly supported the American claim for a larger quota of 10,000-ton heavy (8-inch gun) cruisers than the British were willing to concede. After six weeks of futile debate, the Conference collapsed primarily over the cruiser issue. Subsequent changes of administration in both the United States and Britain, together with the Kellogg-Briand Pact, created a new diplomatic climate which prepared the way for the London Naval Conference of 1930.


Admiral William V. Pratt, then Chief of Naval Operations, and Admiral Jones were appointed naval advisors to the American delegation at London. Pratt was believed by the navy to be
willing to yield to England's cruiser demands; Jones was known to stand firm for the presumed American requirements. When, however, it was rumored that Pratt was to act as the chief naval advisor, superior to Jones, Secretary of the Navy Charles Francis Adams was added to the delegation in the belief that he would support Jones's views. Though Jones was not well and did not wish to go to London, he attended the Conference, where he continued to uphold the previous American position. Pratt and Adams, however, agreed to a compromise solution of the cruiser problem, despite Jones's objections. While the Conference was still in progress
Jones returned to this country, probably for reasons of health, although it was widely believed that he had withdrawn in protest.


After 1930 Jones continued to live in Washington. He died at his home there of pneumonia and was buried in the Arlington National Cemetery. His wife, formerly Virginia Lippincott of Philadelphia, whom he had married on Oct. 2, 1917, survived him. They had no children.


[William M. Paxton, The Marshall Family (1885); Rosewell Page, Hanover County, Its Hist. and Legends (1926); U. S. Navy Register, various issues; U. S. Naval Acad. Alumni Asso.,
Register of Graduates (1935); Nat. Cyc. Am. Biog., XXX, 380; N.Y. Times, Jan. 2, 1938; information from Navy Dept. and from Alderman Lib. Univ. of Va. Some of Jones's papers are in the Naval Hist. Foundation deposit in the Lib. of Cong.; for description, see the Library's Quart. Jour., IX (1951-52), 142.]
(Biography written by Elting E. Morison in Dictionary of American
Biography, Vol IX, Supplement Two. R. L. Schuyler, Editor. NY:
Chas. Scribner's Sons, 1958, p. 351-2.)


While the British had no objection to the U. S. Navy's building up to match the Royal Navy's proposed cruiser tonnage, they refused to come down to the Americans' proposed overall cruiser ceiling. "We cannot help it if they build up to our required standard," said Adm. Lord Jellicoe, "but we can avoid lowering our standard to suit them." Against that, the U. S. admiral Hilary P. Jones, chief naval advisor at the conference, knew that Congress would not remotely consider building to the British ceiling; and distrusting and disliking the British as much as his predecessor Admiral Benson had done in the war, he refused to accept anything other than parity on his figures. Neighter side would shift, and on August 24, 1927, after nine weeks of recimination and depression, the conference came to its inevitable end of complete failure. It had achieved nothing but transatlantic antagonism- eagerly assisted toward that undesirable end by the domineering, anglophoboic Admiral Jones and the efforts of one William B. Shearer, a professional lobbyist employed by the largest American shipbuilding firms and
the newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst. Both east and west of the Atlantic, hostile newspapers accused the other side of deliberate destructiveness and lamented the decline of
international cooperation toward continued peace. To Shining Sea Stephen Howarth. Random House, p. 347.


JONES, HILARY POLLARD, naval officer; b. Va., Nov. 14, 1863; m. Virginia Lippincott, Oct. 2, 1917. Grad. U.S. Naval Acad., 1884; ensign, July 1, 1886; promoted through grades to rear admiral, Dec. 24, 1917; vice admiral, July 1, 1919; adm., July 1, 1921.
Served on Dorothea, Spanish-Am. War, 1898; comd. Scorpion, 1904-06, Navy Yard, Washington, 1906-09; exec. officer on Idaho, 1909; at Naval Sta., Cavite, P.I., 1909-10, Navy Yard, Washinbgton, D.C., 1910-11; commanded Birmingham, 1911, Tennessee, 1911, Rhode Island, 1911-12; comd. Navy Yard and supt.
Naval Gun Factory, Washington, D.C., 1913-1914; comd. Florida, 1914-16; at Naval War Coll., 1916-1917; comd. Squadron One, Patrol Force, Atlantic Fleet, Apr.-July 1917; apptd. comdr. Div. One, Cruiser Force raider guard, Atlantic Fleet, July 17, 1917;
comdr. Newport News div. cruiser and transport force, Apr. 1918-July 1919; dir. naval overseas transportation, Jan.-July 1919; vice admiral comdg. 2d Battleship Squadron Atlantic Fleet, July 1919-21; adm., cmdr. in chief Atlantic Fleet, 1921-22;
comdr. in chief U. S. Fleet, Dec. 1922-Aug. 1923; apptd. to Gen. Bd., Aug. 1923. E.E. and M.P. on special mission to Brazil, 1922;
naval advisor on Am. delegation to Preparatory Commn. for Limitation of Armaments, Geneva, 1926-27; del. to Conf. for Limitation of Naval Armaments, Geneva, 1927; retired from active service, Nov. 14, 1927; commd. admiral on retired list, Oct. 15, 1930. Home: Doswell, Va. Died Jan 1, 1938. Who Was Who in America, Vol. I, 1897-1942. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, 1943, p.648.


From Goode Scrapbook Civil War Biography and Genealogy
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Trail/9764/h-jones.html.


                                                                                    _(RESEARCH QUERY) JONES _____
                                                                                   |                             
                               _(RESEARCH QUERY) of Henrico Chesterfield VA JONES _|
                              |                                                    |
                              |                                                    |_____________________________
                              |                                                                                  
 _Hilary Pollard JONES C.S.A._|
| (1833 - ....) m 1861        |
|                             |                                                     _____________________________
|                             |                                                    |                             
|                             |____________________________________________________|
|                                                                                  |
|                                                                                  |_____________________________
|                                                                                                                
|
|--Hilary Pollard JONES USN
|  (1863 - 1938)
|                                                                                   _John MARSHALL Chief Justice_+
|                                                                                  | (1755 - 1835) m 1783        
|                              _James Keith MARSHALL Sr.___________________________|
|                             | (1800 - 1862) m 1821                               |
|                             |                                                    |_Mary Willis AMBLER _________+
|                             |                                                      (1766 - 1831) m 1783        
|_Claudia Hamilton MARSHALL __|
  (1839 - ....) m 1861        |
                              |                                                     _Nathaniel Burwell WILLIS ___
                              |                                                    |                             
                              |_Claudia Hamilton WILLIS ___________________________|
                                (1800 - ....) m 1821                               |
                                                                                   |_____________________________
                                                                                                                 

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DAVID LINDSAY 3rd Earl of Crawford

1405 - 17 Jan 1445

ID Number: I38155

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: 1405, of Crawford, Lanarkshire, Scotland
  • DEATH: 17 Jan 1445, Arbroath, Angusshire, Scotland [186940]
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S810] [S2434]
Father: ALEXANDER LINDSAY 2nd Earl of Crawford
Mother: MARIETTA (Marjory) DUNBAR


Family 1 : MARJORY OGILVY
  1. +ALEXANDER "the Tiger" LINDSAY 4th Earl of Crawford
  2. +WALTER de LINDSAY of Edzell
  3.  WILLIAM LINDSAY
  4. +JOHN de LINDSAY
  5.  JAMES LINDSAY
  6.  JEAN (or Janet) LINDSAY
  7. +ELIZABETH LINDSAY

Notes


11th Lord Lindsay.
Child 1: Lindsay, Janet
Child 2: Lindsey, Alexander, Earl of Crawford 4th
Child 3: Lindsay, Walter, Lord of Beafort & Edzell
Child 4: Lindsay, William
Child 5: Lindsay, John, Sir
Child 6: Lindsay, James


[186940]
27 Jan 1446


                                                                                          _ALEXANDER de LINDSAY Lord of Glenesk______+
                                                                                         | (1329 - 1381) m 1358                      
                                          _DAVID of Glenesk LINDSAY 1st Earl of Crawford_|
                                         | (1360 - 1406) m 1374                          |
                                         |                                               |_KATHERINE STRILING of Edzell______________+
                                         |                                                 (1338 - ....) m 1358                      
 _ALEXANDER LINDSAY 2nd Earl of Crawford_|
| (1387 - 1445)                          |
|                                        |                                                _ROBERT BRUCE II STEWART of Scotland_______+
|                                        |                                               | (1316 - 1390) m 1355                      
|                                        |_KATHERINE de Bruce STEWART ___________________|
|                                          (1362 - 1446) m 1374                          |
|                                                                                        |_EUPHEMIA Leslie de ROSS Countess of Moray_
|                                                                                          (1318 - 1387) m 1355                      
|
|--DAVID LINDSAY 3rd Earl of Crawford
|  (1405 - 1445)
|                                                                                         _PATRICK de DUNBAR ________________________+
|                                                                                        | (.... - 1356)                             
|                                         _DAVID DUNBAR of Cockburn______________________|
|                                        | (1350 - ....)                                 |
|                                        |                                               |_ISABEL RANDOLPH Countess of Moray_________+
|                                        |                                                 (1315 - 1361)                             
|_MARIETTA (Marjory) DUNBAR _____________|
  (1389 - 1429)                          |
                                         |                                                ___________________________________________
                                         |                                               |                                           
                                         |_______________________________________________|
                                                                                         |
                                                                                         |___________________________________________
                                                                                                                                     

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Margaret MERCER

ABT 1710 - ____

ID Number: I50755


Family 1 : Burch SWANN
  1.  Thomas Burch SWANN
  2.  Pencesleah SWANN

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[S3648]


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Lucy REDD

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I73530

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2310]

Family 1 : William Ballard PRESTON C.S.A.

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Eugene Quitman ROBERTS

7 Oct 1856 - 31 Oct 1926

ID Number: I8086

  • RESIDENCE: Amite & Natchez, Adams Cos. MS
  • BIRTH: 7 Oct 1856, Amite Co. Mississippi
  • DEATH: 31 Oct 1926, Natchez, Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: [S305]
Father: Thomas Griffen ROBERTS
Mother: Nancy Amanda ANDERS


Family 1 : Calperia Susan MARTIN
  1. +Ruth Allyne ROBERTS

                                                            _Abraham ROBERTS II____+
                                                           | (1745 - ....) m 1770  
                           _Abraham ROBERTS III____________|
                          | (1785 - 1863) m 1813           |
                          |                                |_Desire ROGERS ________+
                          |                                  (1750 - ....) m 1770  
 _Thomas Griffen ROBERTS _|
| (1833 - 1886) m 1855    |
|                         |                                 _______________________
|                         |                                |                       
|                         |_Sarah TAYLOR __________________|
|                           (1796 - 1878) m 1813           |
|                                                          |_______________________
|                                                                                  
|
|--Eugene Quitman ROBERTS 
|  (1856 - 1926)
|                                                           _Adam ANDERS __________+
|                                                          | (1775 - ....) m 1801  
|                          _Coonrad ANDERS ________________|
|                         | (1804 - 1863) m 1827           |
|                         |                                |_Phoebe E. BANKSTON ___
|                         |                                  (1781 - 1850) m 1801  
|_Nancy Amanda ANDERS ____|
  (1832 - 1904) m 1855    |
                          |                                 _Thomas COLLINSWORTH __+
                          |                                | (1779 - 1837) m 1802  
                          |_Frances (Fannie) COLLINSWORTH _|
                            (1809 - 1846) m 1827           |
                                                           |_Martha "Patty" BONDS _
                                                             (1782 - 1847) m 1802  

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Patience TURNER

1720 - ____

ID Number: I94818

  • RESIDENCE: Isle of Wight Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1720
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3489]
Father: John TURNER Sr.
Mother: Sarah STREET


Notes


2 Patience TURNER b: 1720 d: UNKNOWN + GARNER b: WFT Est. 1688-1744 d: WFT Est. 1720-1778;

                                             _John TURNER ________+
                                            | (1630 - 1705)       
                       _Simon TURNER _______|
                      | (1705 - 1761)       |
                      |                     |_Mary TOMLIN ________+
                      |                       (1630 - ....)       
 _John TURNER Sr._____|
| (1683 - 1757) m 1710|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Patience TURNER 
|  (1720 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _John STREET ________|
|                     | (1640 - 1711)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Sarah STREET _______|
  (1672 - ....) m 1710|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Ann BEVAN __________|
                        (1645 - ....)       |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Dr. Tinsley VERNON

1772 - 1853

ID Number: I25551

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co. VA and Surry (Now Stokes) Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 1772
  • DEATH: 1853
  • RESOURCES: See: [S123] [S395] [S2109]
Father: Richard VERNON Sr.
Mother: Sarah TINSLEY


Family 1 : Ann Bargrove COX

Notes


Children:
2 John Coats Cox VERNON b: 8 MAR 1803 d: 6 DEC 1833 + Mary PEAY b: 23 MAR 1806
2 William Rousseau Cox VERNON b: 14 JAN 1805 d: 5 MAR 1859 + Rowena CRANE b: 12 APR 1811 d: 1 MAR 1884
2 Henry A M Bargrove VERNON b: 1806
2 Richard T. VERNON b: 1 JAN 1813


From: ellis2@san.rr.com Date: Sun, 4 May 2003
Source: TNCARROL-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [TNCARROL] TINSLEY VERNON


Surnames: VERNON HICKS HIX HODGES LOWE
Classification: Query
Message Board URL:http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/QhB.2ACI/1741
Message Board Post: I am searching for information on the family of TINSLEY VERNON b. 1817 or 1823 in NC. He married CATHERINE HICKS (HIX) in 1843 in Rowan Co. NC.
The family appears in the following census:
1850 Russell Co. VA
1870 Washington Co. TN
1880 Carroll Co. TN
They had the following children, which I can't find much record of, and it's frankly driving me crazy:
Mary J. Vernon b. abt 1845
Francis Vernon b. about 1847 (m. William Lowe)
Sarah E. Vernon b. about 1848
Martha Vernon b. about 1850
James Abner Vernon (my line) b. 1852 (m. Mary Etta Hodges)
Nathaniel Vernon b. about 1854
Amanda Vernon b. about 1856
John Vernon b. abt 1858
William Vernon b. about 1862
Arlena or Orlena b. about 1868


I am seeking the parents of Tinsley Vernon, or anything about Katherine Hicks.
I know there's a Tinsley/Vernon connection, but I can't find my link to it. Thank you in advance for anyone's input!

[S123]


                                             _Thomas VERNON ______+
                                            | (1644 - 1698) m 1669
                       _Thomas VERNON ______|
                      | (1686 - 1744)       |
                      |                     |_Elizabeth MAXWELL __+
                      |                       (1648 - 1713) m 1669
 _Richard VERNON Sr.__|
| (1725 - 1801) m 1750|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Tinsley VERNON 
|  (1772 - 1853)
|                                            _Thomas TINSLEY II___+
|                                           | (1645 - 1715) m 1684
|                      _Edward TINSLEY Sr.__|
|                     | (1704 - 1782) m 1724|
|                     |                     |_Sarah JACKSON ______+
|                     |                       (1665 - 1744) m 1684
|_Sarah TINSLEY ______|
  (1725 - ....) m 1750|
                      |                      _James TAYLOR II_____+
                      |                     | (1675 - 1730) m 1699
                      |_Margaret TAYLOR ____|
                        (1705 - 1782) m 1724|
                                            |_Martha THOMPSON ____+
                                              (1679 - 1762) m 1699

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