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ALICE le BOTELER

ABT 1383 - ____

ID Number: I71173

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1383, Bewsey Hall, Warrington, Lancashire, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2721]
Father: JOHN le BOTELER Barron Warrington, Knt.
Mother: ALICE de PLUMPTON


Family 1 : JOHN GERARD of Kingsley
  1.  CONSTANCE GERARD

                                                                      ___________________________________________
                                                                     |                                           
                                           __________________________|
                                          |                          |
                                          |                          |___________________________________________
                                          |                                                                      
 _JOHN le BOTELER Barron Warrington, Knt._|
| (1335 - 1400)                           |
|                                         |                           ___________________________________________
|                                         |                          |                                           
|                                         |__________________________|
|                                                                    |
|                                                                    |___________________________________________
|                                                                                                                
|
|--ALICE le BOTELER 
|  (1383 - ....)
|                                                                     _ROBERT de PLUMPTON _______________________+
|                                                                    | (1268 - 1325)                             
|                                          _WILLIAM de PLUMPTON Knt._|
|                                         | (1294 - 1362) m 1338     |
|                                         |                          |_LUCY de ROS ______________________________+
|                                         |                            (1270 - 1332)                             
|_ALICE de PLUMPTON ______________________|
  (1338 - 1399)                           |
                                          |                           _JOHN de MOWBRAY 2nd Baron of Thirsk, Knt._+
                                          |                          | (1286 - 1322) m 1298                      
                                          |_CHRISTINA MOWBRAY _______|
                                            (1305 - 1362) m 1338     |
                                                                     |_ALICE de BREWES BRAOSE of Sussex & Gower__+
                                                                       (1288 - 1332) m 1298                      

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ROBERT BOYD

ABT 1567 - ____

ID Number: I63936

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1567, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2432]
Father: THOMAS BOYD 6th Lord Boyd
Mother: MARGARET CAMPBELL


Family 1 : JEAN KER

Notes


Son: James Boyd

                                                                  _ROBERT BOYD 4th Lord of Kilmarnock_+
                                                                 | (1485 - 1558)                      
                             _ROBERT BOYD 5th Lord of Kilmarnock_|
                            | (1517 - 1589) m 1535               |
                            |                                    |_HELEN SOMERVILLE __________________+
                            |                                      (1489 - ....)                      
 _THOMAS BOYD 6th Lord Boyd_|
| (1544 - 1611)             |
|                           |                                     _GEORGE COLQUHOUN 3rd of Glens______
|                           |                                    | (1500 - ....)                      
|                           |_MARGARET COLQUHOUN ________________|
|                             (1525 - 1601) m 1535               |
|                                                                |____________________________________
|                                                                                                     
|
|--ROBERT BOYD 
|  (1567 - ....)
|                                                                 ____________________________________
|                                                                |                                    
|                            ____________________________________|
|                           |                                    |
|                           |                                    |____________________________________
|                           |                                                                         
|_MARGARET CAMPBELL ________|
  (1550 - ....)             |
                            |                                     ____________________________________
                            |                                    |                                    
                            |____________________________________|
                                                                 |
                                                                 |____________________________________
                                                                                                      

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THOMAS BUCHANAN 1st of Drummikill

____ - ____

ID Number: I86711

  • OCCUPATION: of Gartincaber, Drummikill and Carbeth (a 1495)
  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3172]
Father: WALTER BUCHANAN 12th of Buchanan
Mother: ISOBEL STEWART


Notes


((c)) Thomas Buchanan of Gartincaber, Drummikill and Carbeth (a 1495)
We follow 'Strathendrick' in identifying this Thomas as ancestor not only of the Buchanans of Carbeth (as agreed by BLG1952) but also as ancestor of the Buchanans of Drummikill. BLG1952 shows Thomas, son of Patrick of Buchanan, as the first of the Buchanans of Drummikill.

[S3172]


                                                                                   _MAURICE BUCHANAN 10th of Buchanan_________+
                                                                                  |                                           
                                    _WALTER BUCHANAN 11th of Buchanan_____________|
                                   |                                              |
                                   |                                              |_Rachel TOMLINSON _________________________
                                   |                                                (1755 - ....)                             
 _WALTER BUCHANAN 12th of Buchanan_|
| (1400 - ....)                    |
|                                  |                                               ___________________________________________
|                                  |                                              |                                           
|                                  |______________________________________________|
|                                                                                 |
|                                                                                 |___________________________________________
|                                                                                                                             
|
|--THOMAS BUCHANAN 1st of Drummikill
|  
|                                                                                  _ROBERT of Fife STEWART 1st Duke of Albany_+
|                                                                                 | (1339 - 1420)                             
|                                   _MURDOCK (Murdach) STEWART 2nd Duke of Albany_|
|                                  | (1362 - 1425) m 1392                         |
|                                  |                                              |_MARGARET GRAHAM Countess of Menteith______+
|                                  |                                                (1334 - 1380)                             
|_ISOBEL STEWART __________________|
  (1400 - ....)                    |
                                   |                                               _DUNCAN LENNOX 8th Earl of Lennox__________
                                   |                                              | (1345 - 1425)                             
                                   |_ISABEL (Duncan) LENNOX of Lennox_____________|
                                     (1370 - 1460) m 1392                         |
                                                                                  |_HELENA CAMPBELL __________________________+
                                                                                    (.... - 1447)                             

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Sarah Jane CRIGLER

15 Mar 1826 - ____

ID Number: I67257

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 15 Mar 1826, Culpeper Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2549]
Father: James CRIGLER
Mother: Sarah Hedgman TRIPLETT


Family 1 : Arthur R. GORDON

Notes


CONFLICT: Marriage 1 Sarah Jane Brown TRIPLETT b: 15 MAR 1826 in Culpeper Co., Va. 2 Sarah Jane CRIGLER b: 15 MAR 1826 + ? BROWN + ? GORDON. [S2549]

                                                     _Jacob CRIGLER "the Immigrant"_
                                                    | (1695 - 1734)                 
                           _Christopher CRIGLER ____|
                          | (1721 - 1808) m 1750    |
                          |                         |_Susanna KOCH _________________
                          |                           (1699 - ....)                 
 _James CRIGLER __________|
| (1775 - 1850) m 1810    |
|                         |                          _______________________________
|                         |                         |                               
|                         |_Catherine "Caty" FINKS _|
|                           (1725 - ....) m 1750    |
|                                                   |_______________________________
|                                                                                   
|
|--Sarah Jane CRIGLER 
|  (1826 - ....)
|                                                    _Thomas TRIPLETT ______________+
|                                                   | (1727 - 1778)                 
|                          _Daniel TRIPLETT ________|
|                         | (1763 - 1845) m 1791    |
|                         |                         |_______________________________
|                         |                                                         
|_Sarah Hedgman TRIPLETT _|
  (1793 - 1853) m 1810    |
                          |                          _Joseph BOTTS _________________+
                          |                         | (1748 - 1814)                 
                          |_Susanna BOTTS __________|
                            (1774 - 1859) m 1791    |
                                                    |_Frances GAINES _______________+
                                                      (1756 - ....)                 

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(RESEARCH QUERY) GAULTIER\COTTIER GOTEA\GAUTIER SC

____ - ____

ID Number: I15957

  • RESIDENCE: France > Switzerland? & By 1757-Williamsburgh Dist. Craven Co. SC
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S18]

Family 1 :
  1. +Anthione GOTERE GAUTIER
  2.   GAUTIER GAUTHIER COTTIER COUTIER
  3. +John James GOTEA I
  4.  James GOATEE
  5.  George GOATEE
  6.  Elizabeth GOTEA
  7.  Sarah GOATEE
  8.  James GOTTIER

Notes


Some loose Gotea Grouped here for Research purposes - relationship of kids on this card to each other is not determined yet, but each ones descendants are. please write jbass@digital.net.
Searching for progenitor of John Gotea d. 1807 of Indiantown, SC! All input appreciated. jbass@digital.net. Variation in the spelling is Guntier, Goteau, Gotea, Gautier, Gauthier, Gottier, Goatee. http://www.association-gauthier.org/anglais/gauthiera.html
Canada and USA: Gauthier, Gauthiť, Gothier, Gautier, Gaultier, Gaulthier, Goka, Gokey, Gotchy, Gotchee, Goochey, Gootee, Gooty, Gowty, Gonthier, Gaultier, Gaultie, Gonthier, Gouty.


South Carolina Census, 1790-1890
Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other Info Record Type Database ID#
1750 GAULTIER MARY Charleston County SC 00318 Will Probate Records SC Colonial Probate Index SC1191959
1778 GAULTIER JOSEPH Charleston dis SC No Township Listed SC Early Census Index SCS1a1222388
1780 GAULTIER JOSEPH Charleston dis SC No Township Listed SC Early Census Index SCS1a1222389
Gaultier, Joseph Listed in, [Charleston, 1819] A Directory of the City and District of Charleston, and Strangerís Guide: for the Year 1813. [copy very damaged, left and right edges of text missing], 1813, FOLKER, Joseph, Charleston, S.C.. Printed by G. M. Bounetheau


John S. Gotea found in: Census Index: U.S. Selected Counties, 1810.


"The Huguenots of Colonial South Carolina" by Arthur Henry Hirsch, Ph.D, Duke Univer. Press, 1928 Spartanburg, SC Lib: "A portion of the population of SC, often counted among the Huguenots, were Frenchmen, but inhabitants or natives of Switzerland. French Protestants found refuge in Switzerland. With many thousands of Swiss colonists emigrating to N. America during the eighteenth century, directing their course chiefly to PA and Carolina, came a sprinkling of French Protestant refugees. Two colonies were established in Carolina under Swiss leadership, one in New Bern, NC, in 1710, the other at Purrysburg, SC in 1732. Among the refugees of this group who went to SC, during the early years of its history were, for example, the families of: GAUTIER (Cottier) (Gotea).


The French Church of Santee was numerically probably the strongest to be found in the province outside of Charles Town (195 in 1699). One hundred families were settled there by 1700".



"The Gautiers were Huguenots, and after the Revocation of the Edict of the Nantes in Oct. 1685, which gave toleration to protestants, came to Carolina and settled in Williamsburg. I have been told that the ancestor of the family in France was a nobleman. My ancestor, whose name I do not know, came to America in company with the Laurence family. I am not able to say whether he was my great-grandfather of one generation further off, but from the time my grandfather was born I would say the latter. One of my ancestors in America changed the name to Gotea." The Gotea's were granted land back as far as 1764 in Old Williamsburg Dist. SC. The Gotea's were quite prominent, District Surveyor, Justice of the Quorum and RMC (Register of Mesne Conveyances)".
********
The Indiantown, SC Presbyterian Church founded 1757: 1819 roster: John Gotea (D), William Gotea (D), Sarah Gotea, John J. Gotea (D) Elizabeth M. Gotea.
*******
From A Genealogical and Historical Atlas Of The United States of America: "the following chronology for NC 1707 - a settlement on the Trent River (Lenoir Co) NC is an offshoot of main Huguenot colony at Mannakin town, James River, VA. 1700 1700-1710 - Many Huguenots settle in vicinity of Bath, where the Tar River widens into an arm of Pamlico Sound. New Berne founded by Baron de Graffenried with Germans from the Rhine Palatinate.
Gottier (also written Gautier) came from a respected peasant family. Because of his peasant stock he was looked down upon by fellow students at school. See Faust and Brumbaugh, 11, 4, Henri-Louis Bouquet; b abt 1715 in Rolle, served first in a Swiss regiment in Holland, then in Sardinia when he became Captain; See Faust and Brumbaugh, Lists, II, 37, and Dictionnaire biographizue des Genevois et des Vaudois.


COTTIER - Swiss Hugenot name - "The Huguenots of Colonial SC" by Arthur Henry Hirsch, Ph.D., Duke Univ Press 1928.


Pursued by their oppressors, both after the massacre of St. Bartholomew's and after the repeal of th Edict of Nantes, many had fled from France into the mountains of SWZ, not far from their estates, which they had temporarily lost and to which they could easily return and claim in case the opportunity should be offered. It is estimated that 60,000 french protestants found refuge in SWZ. With many thousands of Swiss colonists emigrating to N.America during the 18th c. - directing their course chiefly to PA & to Carolina, came a sprinkling of French Protestant refugees. Two colonies were established in Carolina under Swiss leadership, one in New Bern, NC, in 1710, the other at Purrysburg SC in 1732. The latter is of special interest to this chapter. Among the refugees of this group who went to SC, during the early years of its history were, for example, the families of LAURENS, De la BASTIE, GAUTIER (COTTIER), MAY, LEHER, Jean Francois GIGNILLIAT, Pierre ROBERT, Honore MICHAUD, Jean Pierre PELE, etc. (Howe, Hist. Presbyt. Ch S.C., I. 115; MS Pr. Ct. Rcd.; 1694-1704, 406; Pr. Ct. Rcds. 1754-58, 357.)


Gautier (Cottier) A portion of the population of SC, often counted among the Huguenots, were Frenchmen, but inhabitants or natives of Switzerland. Pursued by their oppressors, both after the massacre of St. Bartholomew's and after the repeal of the Edict of Nantes, many had fled from France into the mountains of Switzerland, not far from their estates, which they had temporarily lost, and to which they could easily return and claim in case the opportunity whould be offered. Emigration to Switzerland continued until far into the 18th century. It is estimated that 60,000 French Protestants found refuge in Switzerland. With many thousands of Swiss colonists emigrating to North America during the 18th century, primarily to PA & SC, came a sprinkling of French Protestant refugees. Two colonies were established in Carolina under Swiss leadership, one in New Bern, NC in 1710, the other at Purrysburg SC in 1732. Among the refugees of this group who went to South Carolina, during the early years of its history were, for example, the families of Gautier (Cottier). Cottier (also written Gautier) came from a respected peasant family. Because of his peasant stock he was looked down upon by fellow students at school. See Faust and Brumbaugh, 11, 4, Henri-Louis Bouquet, b abt 1715 in Rolle, served first in a Swiss regiment in Holland, then in Sardinia when he became Captain, See Faust and Brumbaugh, Lists, II, 37, and Dictionnaire biographique des Genevois et des Vaudois".


A Brief History of Georgetown County SC by Rice Museum Staff: "Georgetown, South Carolina occupies a unique place in American history. In fact, some historians claim that American history began here in 1526 with the earliest settlement in North America by Europeans. It is believed that in that year the Spanish, under Lucas Vasquez de Allyon, founded a colony on Waccamaw Neck. These colonists stayed only a short time and thus lost for Spain a real opportunity in the New World.


After settling Charles Town in 1670, the English established trade with the Indians and the trading posts in the outlying areas quickly became settlements.


By 1721, the petition for a new parish, Prince George, Winyah, on Black River was granted. In 1734, Prince George, Winyah was divided and the newly created Prince Frederick Parish came to occupy the church at Black River. Prince George Parish, Winyah then encompassed the new town of Georgetown on the Sampit River.


In 1729, Elisha Screven laid the plan for Georgetown and began selling lots. Today the historic district comprises the area of the original town plan. The street names are the same, the lot numbers remain unchanged, and many of the homes are original to the site.


The Indian trade declined soon after Georgetown was established and indigo became the cash crop with rice as a secondary crop. Agricultural profits were so great between 1735-1775 that in 1757 the Winyah Indigo Society, whose members paid dues in indigo, opened and maintained the first public school between Charles Town and Wilmington.


When the American Revolution erupted, Georgetown played a large part by sending both Thomas Lynch, Sr. and Thomas Lynch, Jr. to sign the Declaration of Independence. Later in the war, Georgetown received the Marquis de Lafayette to our shores from France to help our cause against England. During the final years of the conflict, Georgetown was the important port for supplying General Nathaniel Greene's army. Francis Marion (the Swamp Fox) led many guerrilla actions in this vicinity.


Following the American Revolution, rice became the staple crop. It required the low land along the rivers for cultivation and thus the rice plantations were established around Georgetown on its six rivers. By 1840, the Georgetown District (later County) produced nearly one-half of the total rice crop of the United States. This wealth produced an aristocratic way of living featuring lovely homes, elegant furniture, gracious hospitality and a leisurely lifestyle for a selected few that lasted until 1860.


Georgetown and Georgetown County suffered terribly during Reconstruction (1865-1876). The rice crops of 1866-88 were failures due to disrupted labor patterns, lack of capital and inclement weather. Rice continued to be grown commercially until about 1910, but never on the scale or with the profits attained before 1860.


After reconstruction ended, Georgetown turned to wood products for its economic survival and by 1900 there were several lumber mills in operation on the Sampit River. The largest was the Atlantic Coast Lumber Company which provided a much needed boost to the local economy.


As the twentieth century dawned, Georgetown, under the leadership of Mayor William Doyle Morgan, modernized. The city added electricity, telephone service, sewer facilities, rail connections, some paved streets and sidewalks, new banks, a thriving port, a new public school and a handsome Post Office and Customs House building.


Like most cities, Georgetown suffered great economic deprivation during the Great Depression. The Atlantic Coast Lumber Company went bankrupt early in the depression, putting almost everyone out of work. In 1936 help arrived. In that year the Southern Kraft Division of the International Paper Company opened a mill which by 1944 was the largest in the world.Georgetown was able to move forward again.


In recent years, the economy has become more diversified. A steel mill has located here, tourism has become a booming business and many retirees have chosen to settle here in this area of lovely beaches, plantations developed as communities, and pleasant climate.


Our history has been shared by many prominent people. George Washington visited Clifton Plantation and addressed the townspeople in 1791. President James Monroe was entertained in 1821 at Prospect Hill (now Arcadia) on Waccamaw with a real red carpet rolled out to the river. Theodosia Burr made her home at the Oaks Plantation (now part of Brookgreen Gardens) after her marriage to Joseph Alston in 1801 and departed from Georgetown on her ill-fated voyage in 1812. Brookgreen was also the boyhood home of one of America's most famous painters, Washington Allston. Joel R. Poinsett lived at White House Plantation on the Black River. After retiring from government service, Poinsett entertained President Martin Van Buren at his home. President Grover Cleveland, as guest of the Annandale Gun Club, came for duck hunting and was feted by the citizens in 1894 and 1896. Bernard Baruch, America's elder statesman, entertained many notables at Hobcaw Barony, his home for many years. Among those were President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Mark Clark and Omar Bradley.


Today, the Historic District of Georgetown contains more than fifty homes, public buildings and sites which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Although many of the Plantation homes are gone, enough remain throughout the area to give a real flavor of yesteryear".

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Josephine Ann HAMBLEN

15 Jul 1893 - AFT 1993

ID Number: I10590

  • RESIDENCE: Hawkins Co. TN
  • BIRTH: 15 Jul 1893, Hawkins Co. Tennessee
  • DEATH: AFT 1993, Hawkins Co. Tennessee
  • RESOURCES: See: [S321]

Family 1 : Evan KLEPPER
  1.  Kelsie Clay KLEPPER
  2. +Walter Lyons KLEPPER

Notes


In commemoration of Josie's birthday, the following article appeared in th July 15, 1993 issue of the Rogersville Review: ONE HUNDRED WONDERFUL FOR KLEPPER JOSIE ANN HAMBLEN KLEPPER OF ROGERSVILLE CELEBRATED HER 100TH BIRTHDAY JULY 15.

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Jacques MARTIN (MARTAIN)

ABT 1740 - ____

ID Number: I38732

  • RESIDENCE: Manakintown, VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1414]
Father: Pierre (Peter) MARTIN (MARTAIN)
Mother: Mary Ann RAPINE



                                                                                     _(RESEARCH QUERY) MARTIN (MARTAIN) of Manakintown, VA_
                                                                                    |                                                      
                                    _Jean (John) MARTIN (MARTAIN) I "the Immigrant"_|
                                   | (1662 - ....) m 1703                           |
                                   |                                                |______________________________________________________
                                   |                                                                                                       
 _Pierre (Peter) MARTIN (MARTAIN) _|
| (1714 - 1742) m 1737             |
|                                  |                                                 _James LECAZE "the Immigrant"_________________________
|                                  |                                                | (1675 - 1707)                                        
|                                  |_Margaret LECAZE? SHATTEIN? ____________________|
|                                    (1680 - 1744) m 1703                           |
|                                                                                   |_Margaruite COOP _____________________________________
|                                                                                     (.... - 1725)                                        
|
|--Jacques MARTIN (MARTAIN) 
|  (1740 - ....)
|                                                                                    ______________________________________________________
|                                                                                   |                                                      
|                                   _Antoine (Anthony) RAPINE (RAPEEN) _____________|
|                                  | (1670 - 1737) m 1719                           |
|                                  |                                                |______________________________________________________
|                                  |                                                                                                       
|_Mary Ann RAPINE _________________|
  (1720 - 1747) m 1737             |
                                   |                                                 _(RESEARCH QUERY) CHASTAIN of Manakintown, VA_________
                                   |                                                |                                                      
                                   |_Marguerite CHASTAIN ___________________________|
                                     (1667 - ....) m 1719                           |
                                                                                    |______________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                           

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Lucy MOORE

ABT 1720 - ____

ID Number: I54653

  • RESIDENCE: King William Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1720
  • RESOURCES: See: [S542]
Father: Augustine MOORE Sr.
Mother: Elizabeth TODD


Notes


2 Lucy Moore b: C. 1718 d: C. 1759 + John Robinson b: 3 FEB 1704/5 d: 11 MAY 1766


                                             _________________________________
                                            |                                 
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_________________________________
                      |                                                       
 _Augustine MOORE Sr._|
| (1679 - 1743) m 1714|
|                     |                      _________________________________
|                     |                     |                                 
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_________________________________
|                                                                             
|
|--Lucy MOORE 
|  (1720 - ....)
|                                            _Thomas TODD "the Immigrant"_____
|                                           | (1619 - ....) m 1657            
|                      _Thomas TODD II______|
|                     | (1660 - 1724) m 1681|
|                     |                     |_Anne GORSUCH ___________________+
|                     |                       (1638 - 1702) m 1657            
|_Elizabeth TODD _____|
  (1686 - 1743) m 1714|
                      |                      _WILLIAM BERNARD "the Immigrant"_+
                      |                     | (1603 - 1665) m 1654            
                      |_Elizabeth BERNARD __|
                        (1655 - 1710) m 1681|
                                            |_Lucy Burwell HIGGINSON _________+
                                              (1632 - 1675) m 1654            

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Mary RIVERS?

1781 - 1868

ID Number: I8663


Family 1 : Thomas MCCANTS
  1. +Lawrence William MCCANTS
  2.  Caroline MCCANTS

Notes


The records of Bethel Presbyterian give the death of a Mrs. Thomas McCants (Mary R.) in 1868. [S316]

Sources

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[S316]

[S407]

[S540]

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Charles Hay TALIAFERRO

ABT 1786 - 9 Feb 1839

ID Number: I23194

  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • OCCUPATION: House of Delegats from King George Co.1830
  • BIRTH: ABT 1786
  • DEATH: 9 Feb 1839, Fredericksburg, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S613] [S2149] [S1850]
Father: James Garnett TALIAFERRO of "Oakland"
Mother: Wilhelmenia WISHART


Family 1 : Helen Brown TYLER
  1.  Helen Tyler TALIAFERRO
  2.  Sarah TALIAFERRO
  3.  Edmonia TALIAFERRO
Family 2 : Mary BROOKE
Family 3 : Lucy Rebecca Seymour HOOE
  1.  Mary Austin Smith TALIAFERRO

Notes


Sources: "John Alexander, A Northern Neck Proprietor, His Family, Friends and Kin" By Wesley E. Pippenger, 1990, Gateway Press, Baltimore, MD. Private publish.


Lucy Rebecca Seymour Hooe and Charles Hay Taliaferro had the following child: i. Mary Austin Smith8 Taliaferro was born September 19, 1838.



[S2149] [S1850]


                                                                               _Francis TALIAFERRO of Epsom_______+
                                                                              | (1707 - 1756) m 1730              
                                         _John TALIAFERRO of Vaux Hall & Hays_|
                                        | (1745 - 1790) m 1767                |
                                        |                                     |_Elizabeth HAY ____________________+
                                        |                                       (1696 - 1758) m 1730              
 _James Garnett TALIAFERRO of "Oakland"_|
| (1772 - ....) m 1787                  |
|                                       |                                      _James GARNETT of "Mount Pleasant"_+
|                                       |                                     | (1692 - 1765) m 1740              
|                                       |_Elizabeth GARNETT of Elmwood________|
|                                         (1750 - ....) m 1767                |
|                                                                             |_Mary ROWZIE ______________________
|                                                                               (1710 - ....) m 1740              
|
|--Charles Hay TALIAFERRO 
|  (1786 - 1839)
|                                                                              ___________________________________
|                                                                             |                                   
|                                        _John WISHART _______________________|
|                                       | (1774 - ....)                       |
|                                       |                                     |___________________________________
|                                       |                                                                         
|_Wilhelmenia WISHART __________________|
  (1772 - ....) m 1787                  |
                                        |                                      _William LANGLEY Jr. Gent._________+
                                        |                                     | (1640 - 1718) m 1659              
                                        |_Joyce LANGLEY ______________________|
                                          (1672 - ....)                       |
                                                                              |_Margaret THELABALL _______________+
                                                                                (1643 - ....) m 1659              

Sources

[S2149]

[S613]

[S2149]

[S1850]

[S2149]

[S1850]


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Jane Gregory TALIAFERRO

ABT 1770 - ____

ID Number: I19278

Father: John TALIAFERRO
Mother: Elizabeth THORNTON


Family 1 : Benjamin PARKE

                                                       _Lawrence C. TALIAFERRO _____+
                                                      | (1683 - 1726) m 1706        
                       _John TALIAFERRO of Dissington_|
                      | (1702 - 1750)                 |
                      |                               |_Sarah Alice THORNTON _______+
                      |                                 (1680 - 1757) m 1706        
 _John TALIAFERRO ____|
| (1747 - 1788)       |
|                     |                                _John CHAMPE of Lamb's Creek_
|                     |                               | (1700 - 1759)               
|                     |_Ann CHAMPE ___________________|
|                       (1723 - ....)                 |
|                                                     |_Jane THORNTON ______________
|                                                       (1700 - 1767)               
|
|--Jane Gregory TALIAFERRO 
|  (1770 - ....)
|                                                      _Francis THORNTON II_________+
|                                                     | (1682 - 1737) m 1703        
|                      _John THORNTON ________________|
|                     | (1712 - 1777) m 1740          |
|                     |                               |_Mary TALIAFERRO ____________+
|                     |                                 (1686 - 1780) m 1703        
|_Elizabeth THORNTON _|
  (1742 - ....)       |
                      |                                _Rodger GREGORY _____________+
                      |                               | (1690 - 1731) m 1718        
                      |_Mildred GREGORY ______________|
                        (1721 - 1750) m 1740          |
                                                      |_Mildred Warner WASHINGTON __+
                                                        (1695 - 1747) m 1718        

Sources

[S613]

[S2246]


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