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HUGH de BIGOD 3rd Earl of Norfolk

ABT 1178 - ABT Feb 1224

ID Number: I22466

  • OCCUPATION: Earl Marshall Of England Acceded 1200; Magna Charta Surety
  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1178, of Thetford, Norfolk, England
  • DEATH: ABT Feb 1224
  • BURIAL: Thetford Church, Thetford, Norfolk, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S759] [S790] [S810] [S1993] [S1982] [S2295] [S3295] [S3296]
Father: ROGER de BIGOD 2nd Earl of Norfolk
Mother: IDA (Isabel) PLANTAGENET of Lancaster


Family 1 : MAUD (Matilda) MARSHALL of Norfolk
  1. +SIMON de BIGOD of Felbrigge
  2. +ISABEL de BIGOD
  3.  ROGER de BIGOD 4th Earl of Norfolk
  4.  HUGH BIGOD
  5. +RALPH BIGOD Knt.

Notes


From "Suffolk Manorial Families" Hugh BIGOD, 3rd Earl Norfolk, b. abt 1178, d. Feb. 1225; m. 1207 - Maud de MARESHALL, b. abt 1192 Pembroke, Wales, d. Mar. 1248 -


1) Hugh Bigod, 3rd Earl of Norfolk & Suffolk (d 02.1225) m. Maud Marshall (b c1171, d 27.03.1248, dau of William Mareschal, 1st Earl of Pembroke)

[S3296]


                                                                                       _Elizabeth "Eliza" LANE ________________________________________
                                                                                      | (1682 - 1719)                                                  
                                         _HUGH de BIGOD 1st Earl of Norfolk___________|
                                        | (1095 - 1176)                               |
                                        |                                             |_ADELIZA (Alice) de TOENI ______________________________________+
                                        |                                               (1064 - 1136) m 1098                                           
 _ROGER de BIGOD 2nd Earl of Norfolk____|
| (1160 - 1221)                         |
|                                       |                                              _AUBREY II de VERE _____________________________________________+
|                                       |                                             | (1062 - 1141)                                                  
|                                       |_JULIANA de VERE ____________________________|
|                                         (1116 - 1185)                               |
|                                                                                     |_ALICE (Adeliza) de CLARE ______________________________________+
|                                                                                       (1080 - 1163)                                                  
|
|--HUGH de BIGOD 3rd Earl of Norfolk
|  (1178 - 1224)
|                                                                                      _GEOFFREY Anjou V "The Fair" PLANTAGENET Count of Anjou & Maine_+
|                                                                                     | (1113 - 1151)                                                  
|                                        _HAMELIN Anjou de PLANTAGENET Earl of Surrey_|
|                                       | (1130 - 1202) m 1164                        |
|                                       |                                             |_ADELAIDE d' ANGERS of Angers___________________________________
|                                       |                                               (1110 - ....)                                                  
|_IDA (Isabel) PLANTAGENET of Lancaster_|
  (1170 - ....)                         |
                                        |                                              _WILLIAM de WARENNE 3rd Earl of Surrey__________________________+
                                        |                                             | (1118 - 1148)                                                  
                                        |_ISABELLE de WARENNE ________________________|
                                          (1137 - 1199) m 1164                        |
                                                                                      |_ELA or ADELA TALVAS ___________________________________________+
                                                                                        (1120 - 1174)                                                  

Sources

[S759]

[S790]

[S810]

[S1993]

[S1982]

[S2295]

[S3295]

[S3296]

[S3296]


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Col. Richard Henry LEE of Chantilly

20 Jan 1732 - 19 Jun 1794

ID Number: I28721

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: President of the Congress in 1784; US Senate 1789-1792
  • RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 20 Jan 1732, ‘Stratford,’ in Westmoreland Co. VA
  • DEATH: 19 Jun 1794, ‘Chantilly,’ Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BURIAL: old family burying ground at ‘Mount Pleasant,’ near Hague, Westmoreland County, Va.
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS: (AFN:8MRN-98) [S965] [S1635] [S1856] [S1870] [S1956] [S2330]
Father: Thomas LEE of Stratford
Mother: Hannah Philippa Harrison LUDWELL


Family 1 : Anne AYLETT
  1. +Thomas LEE
  2. +Ludwell LEE of "Belmont"
  3. +Mary LEE
  4. +Hannah LEE
Family 2 : Anne GASKINS
  1. +Anne LEE
  2. +Harriet LEE
  3. +Sarah LEE
  4.  Francis Lightfoot LEE of Sully

Notes


"Tall, thin and aristocratic in appearance, Richard Henry Lee was a born orator. He used his hand, always wrapped in black silk due to a hunting accident, to emphasize the cadences in his remarkably musical voice. His oratory was legend - "That fine polish of language which that gentleman united with that harmonious voice so as to make me sometimes fancy that I was listening to some being inspired with more than mortal powers of embellishment" was how one observer described him. Confrontational by nature, Richard Henry possessed a fiery, rebellious spirit. These same qualities brought him fame as a leading patriot of the day and incited the wrath of his enemies. At one point, he was "outlawed" by a proclamation of English Governor Dunmore.


As a member of Virginia's House of Burgesses, Richard Henry's first bill boldly proposed "to lay so heavy a duty on the importation of slaves as to put an end to that iniquitous and disgraceful traffic within the colony of Virginia." Africans, he wrote, were "equally entitled to liberty and freedom by the great law of nature." Such words, coming as they did in 1759, have been called "the most extreme anti-slavery statements made before the nineteenth century."


"In 1765, enforcement of the Stamp Act began. In response, the Lee brothers, led by Richard Henry, rallied 115 men of Westmoreland County at Leedstown on the Rappahannock River, a few miles south of Stratford. All signed the Westmoreland Resolves, co-authored by Richard Henry. The document threatened "danger and disgrace" to anyone who paid the tax. Among the signers were Richard Henry, Thomas, Francis Lightfoot, and William Lee and the four brothers of George Washington. The signing of the Westmoreland Resolves was one of the first deliberate acts of sedition against the Crown and one that placed both Richard Henry and the state of Virginia at the vanguard of the coming revolution.


In 1768, Richard Henry proposed the systematic interchange of information between the colonies. As a result, the Committees of Correspondence were formed and became a major force uniting the Americans in their desire for independence. Receiving first-hand information on the decisions of the King and Parliament from his brothers, Arthur and William, now in London, he served as a communications commander for the colonies.


By 1774, the flames of the Revolution, so faithfully fanned by the Lees, ignited the reluctant southern colonies. The call for an inter-colonial congress was made, and Richard Henry was chosen as one of the seven-man Virginia delegation to the first Continental Congress in Philadelphia. Once there, he was able to bridge the gap between the vastly different worlds of New England and the South. At the house of his sister, Alice Lee Shippen, he strengthened the bond with John and Samuel Adams and created a long-lasting friendship that transcended divisive regionalism and helped to unite the colonies as one nation.


In the spring of 1776, Richard Henry, now joined by his brother Francis Lightfoot, took his seat in the second Continental Congress. Sensing what lay ahead, he wrote confidently to his brother William, "There never appeared more perfect unanimity among any sett of men, than among the delegates."


In three months as delegate, Richard Henry served on 18 different committees - none as important as his appointment to frame the Declaration of Rights of the Colonies, which led directly to the writing of the Declaration of Independence. On June 7, 1776, Richard Henry was accorded the well-deserved honor of introducing the bill before Congress:


...That these united Colonies are, and ought to be, fee and independent States, that they are absolved from all allegiance from the British crown, and than all political connection between America and State of Great Britain is, and ought to be, totally dissolved...
The bill was adopted on July 2 - the formal act that dissolved the ties with England. Two days later, on July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was ratified - the American Revolution became a reality."


LEE, Richard Henry, 1732-1794; Years of Service: 1789-1792 Party: Anti-Administration; LEE, Richard Henry, (brother of Arthur Lee and Francis Lightfoot Lee, and great-grandfather of Blair Lee), a Delegate and a Senator from Virginia; born at ‘Stratford,’ in Westmoreland County, Va., January 20, 1732; after a course of private instruction attended Wakefield Academy, England; returned in 1751; justice of the peace for Westmoreland County 1757; member, house of burgesses 1758-1775; Member of the Continental Congress 1774-1779; sponsor of the independence resolution; a signer of the Declaration of Independence; author of the first national Thanksgiving Day proclamation issued by Congress at York, Pa., October 31, 1777; member, State house of delegates 1777, 1780, 1785; served as colonel of the Westmoreland Militia; again a Member of the Continental Congress 1784-1785 and 1787 and served as President of the Congress in 1784; member of the Virginia convention which ratified the Federal Constitution in 1788; elected to the United States Senate and served from March 4, 1789, until his resignation October 8, 1792; served as President pro tempore during the Second Congress; retired from public life; died at his home, ‘Chantilly,’ Westmoreland County, Va., June 19, 1794; interment in the old family burying ground at ‘Mount Pleasant,’ near Hague, Westmoreland County, Va.


Bibliography: Dictionary of American Biography; Lee, Richard Henry. The Letters of Richard Henry Lee. Edited by James Ballagh. 1911-1914. Reprint. New York: Da Capo Press, 1970; Chitwood, Oliver. Richard Henry Lee, Statesman of the Revolution. Morgantown: University Library, 1967.


Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume II, I--Fathers of the Revolution: Richard Henry Lee fifth son of Thomas Lee, president of the Colonial council, and Hannah Ludwell, his wife, was born in Westmoreland county, January 26, 1732. He was schooled at Wakefield Academy, Yorkshire, England, and returning to America in his nineteenth year studied independently until 1755, when he headed a company of volunteers for service against the French and Indians, but was rebuffed by Braddock. In 1757 he was appointed a justice of the peace for Westmoreland county, and in 1758 was chosen to the house of burgesses, of which he continued a member till its expiration in 1775. In the house of burgesses he proposed "to lay so heavy a tax upon slave importation as to end that iniquitous and disgraceful traffic within the colony." In November, 1764, he served on a committee to draft an address to the King, a memorial to the house of lords and a remonstrance to the commons, and prepared the first and second of these papers. In February, 1766, he organized the Westmoreland Association, and wrote its resolutions in opposition to the Stamp Act. In 1768 he suggested in a private letter the establishment of intercolonial committees, and was one of the caucus, in 1773, that caused the adoption of the plan by the general assembly. He was elected to the first Continental Congress, 1774, and prepared its memorial to the people of British America, and wrote the address of the next Congress to the people of Great Britain. As chairman of the committee, he drew up the instructions to Washington on his assuming command of the Continental army. He was a member of the Virginia conventions of 1774, 1775 and 1776, and on June 7, 1776, in accordance with the instructions from the last convention he introduced in Congress the famous resolution: "That these United Colonies are. and of right ought to be, free and independent States, that they are absolved from all allegiance to the British Crown, and that all political connection between them and the State of Great Britain is, and ought to be, totally dissolved." He received word of the serious illness of his wife, and left Philadelphia to visit her. He did not return until the Declaration had been passed and signed, and he then added his signature to that immortal instrument. He served in the Continental Congress from 1774 to 1780, and from 1784 to 1787, and was a signer of the articles of confederation in 1778. He is said to have served on nearly one hundred committees during the session of 1776-1777. When not serving in Congress, he served in the state house of delegates. He opposed the adoption of the constitution of 1787, deeming the powers granted to the Federal government as too extensive. After its ratification he served as senator, mainly for the purpose of urging certain amendments, and many of which he was instrumental in securing. After serving as senator, 1789-92, he resigned in the latter year. He was president pro tem. of the senate, April to November, 1782. He married (first) Anne Aylett, and (second) Mrs. Anne (Gaskins) Pinckard. As an orator he was only excelled by Patrick Henry, and as a leader in the revolutionary movement he stands among the first. His memoirs, political correspondence and political pamphlets were published by his grandson, Richard Henry Lee, in 1825. He died at his residence, "Chantilly," in Westmoreland county, June 19, 1794."

[S1856] [S1635]


                                                                        _Richard LEE "the immigrant"_______+
                                                                       | (1613 - 1664) m 1641              
                                     _Richard LEE _____________________|
                                    | (1647 - 1714) m 1674             |
                                    |                                  |_Anne CONSTABLE OWEN? _____________+
                                    |                                    (1615 - 1706) m 1641              
 _Thomas LEE of Stratford___________|
| (1690 - 1750) m 1722              |
|                                   |                                   _Henry CORBIN "the Immigrant"______
|                                   |                                  | (1629 - 1675) m 1645              
|                                   |_Laetitia CORBIN _________________|
|                                     (1657 - 1706) m 1674             |
|                                                                      |_Alice ELTONHEAD __________________+
|                                                                        (1627 - 1685) m 1645              
|
|--Richard Henry LEE of Chantilly
|  (1732 - 1794)
|                                                                       _Philip LUDWELL of the Carolinas___
|                                                                      | (1638 - 1704) m 1668              
|                                    _Philip LUDWELL II of Greenspring_|
|                                   | (1672 - 1726) m 1697             |
|                                   |                                  |_Lucy Burwell HIGGINSON ___________+
|                                   |                                    (1632 - 1675) m 1668              
|_Hannah Philippa Harrison LUDWELL _|
  (1701 - 1750) m 1722              |
                                    |                                   _Benjamin HARRISON II of Wakefield_+
                                    |                                  | (1645 - 1712)                     
                                    |_Hannah HARRISON _________________|
                                      (1678 - 1731) m 1697             |
                                                                       |_Hannah CHURCHILL? ________________
                                                                         (1651 - 1698)                     

Sources

[S965]

[S1635]

[S1856]

[S1870]

[S1956]

[S2330]

[S1856]

[S1635]


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David Whitfield MCCANTS

6 Sep 1812 - 21 Jul 1882

ID Number: I7935

  • OCCUPATION: Justice Of The Peace Cokesbury SC in the 1830's
  • RESIDENCE: St. John's Berkeley and Abbeville Dist.SC and Lewisville, Lafayette Co. AR
  • BIRTH: 6 Sep 1812, Bannister Down Plantation, St. John Parish, SC
  • DEATH: 21 Jul 1882, Lewisville, Lafayette Co. Arkansas
  • BURIAL: Wilson Cemetery, Lewisville, Lafayette Co. Arkansas
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S306] [S446] [S540] [S864] [S1887]
Father: John James MCCANTS Sr.
Mother: Mary Eleanor OWENS


Family 1 : Talitha Anne MOORE
  1.  William J. MCCANTS C.S.A.
  2.  Thomas W. MCCANTS C.S.A.
  3. +Caroline Lucinda MCCANTS
  4.  David A. MCCANTS C.S.A.
  5.  George W. MCCANTS C.S.A.
  6.  Jasper O. MCCANTS C.S.A.
  7.  William Henry Augustus MCCANTS
  8. +Talitha Eugenia MCCANTS
Family 2 : Lucy Ann BROOKS?

Notes


David settled in Abbeville Dist. Cokesbury, SC in the 1830s and became Justice of the Peace. He then removed to AR in 1861, before the Civil War, taking all the children except dau, Caroline who had married.


David's son, Wm H. A.'s, in his ltr of 1925 stated, "All of the family are dead now but myself. neither of my brothers had any children and I am the only McCants in this state that I know of. I had four brothers in the CSA, one was killed in the battle of Antietam, the other three lived thru the war.


Two of my sisters raised families, I have three nieces and one nephew living here and near here. they are all married and have from two to five children each. My oldest sister was married when we left SC and she remained there and raised eight children. She married Mr. L. D. Connor. We lived in Cokesbury, Abbeville District."


He married Felitha A. Moore in 1830 and had seven sons and four daughters. Two daughters died in infancy, one dau, the youngest, raised a family near Lewisville, AR. the oldest dau Caroline m. Leonidas D. Conner in 1852. The seven sons d. childless.


has original letter from David W. to his brother in law Arnold, he mentions his sister Belisant. David was living in AR - he stated that his wife had died and that he had remarried.
************************
Maybe kin?


Household: 1880 Census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Malvina MAHONEY Self S Female W 24 AR Cook TN TN
David MCCANTS Other S Male W 18 AR Laborer TN TN
Richard DAVIS Other S Male MU 19 AR Laborer --- ---


Source Information: Census Place Spring, Jefferson, Arkansas
Family History Library Film 1254048 NA Film Number T9-0048 Page 19B


Household Record 1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Wooddle ROBERT Self S Male W 24 AR Farmer NC NC
Thomas MCCANTS Other S Male W 21 AR Farmer NC NC


Source Information: Census Place Spring, Jefferson, Arkansas
Family History Library Film 1254048 NA Film Number T9-0048 Page 18D


Date: Thu, 21 Aug 1997 22:31:50 -0500
To: Josephine Bass
From: NJPARKS@aol.com
Subject: McCants


Becky, After running thru all your McCants...I have not found my relatives. Have you any info on a William P. McCants b. ca. 1815/1821 in either SC or NC, died in AR. He married a Cynthia. They had a daughter, Minerva D. McCants b. 5 Aug 1846 in York Dist, SC . She died on 22 Aug 1915, in Jacksonville, AR. She married a Thomas Martin Adkins.


Thank you.
Nancy Parks
Phoenix, AZ


[S11] [S446] [S1887]


                                                _James MCCANTS Esq.___+
                                               | (1713 - 1772) m 1740 
                          _Nathaniel MCCANTS __|
                         | (1745 - 1816) m 1766|
                         |                     |_Agnes MCNEALY _______+
                         |                       (1725 - 1760) m 1740 
 _John James MCCANTS Sr._|
| (1777 - 1819) m 1805   |
|                        |                      _John James GOTEA I___+
|                        |                     | (1720 - 1807)        
|                        |_Elizabeth GOTEA ____|
|                          (1745 - 1824) m 1766|
|                                              |_Elizabeth MCCONNELL _+
|                                                (1730 - ....)        
|
|--David Whitfield MCCANTS 
|  (1812 - 1882)
|                                               ______________________
|                                              |                      
|                         _____________________|
|                        |                     |
|                        |                     |______________________
|                        |                                            
|_Mary Eleanor OWENS ____|
  (1786 - 1845) m 1805   |
                         |                      ______________________
                         |                     |                      
                         |_____________________|
                                               |
                                               |______________________
                                                                      

Sources

[S11]

[S306]

[S446]

[S540]

[S864]

[S1887]

[S11]

[S446]

[S1887]


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Thomas J ROTH MINNIS

3 Dec 1846 - 3 Apr 1930

ID Number: I68899

  • RESIDENCE: Circleville,Pickaway, OH
  • BIRTH: 3 Dec 1846, Circleville,Pickaway, Ohio
  • DEATH: 3 Apr 1930
  • RESOURCES: See: notes CONFLICT [S2246]

Family 1 : Martha EUBANK

Notes


CONFLICT: Birth: 3 DEC 1846 in Circleville,Pickaway,OH Death: 3 APR 1930 same dates as Thomas Joseph Roth who m. her sister Anna.

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Linda MOORE


!LIVING

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Virginia PITTMAN

ABT 1885 - ____

ID Number: I61162

  • RESIDENCE: Vicksburg, MS & Memphis, TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1885
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: Alfred B. PITTMAN II
Mother: Effie ERB


Notes


never married.

                                              _Williamson H. PITMAN Jr._+
                                             | (1790 - 1853) m 1830     
                        _Alfred B. PITMAN ___|
                       | (1842 - ....)       |
                       |                     |_Lucinda BUCKNER _________+
                       |                       (1814 - 1850) m 1830     
 _Alfred B. PITTMAN II_|
| (1865 - ....)        |
|                      |                      __________________________
|                      |                     |                          
|                      |_ LOMAX _____________|
|                        (1840 - ....)       |
|                                            |__________________________
|                                                                       
|
|--Virginia PITTMAN 
|  (1885 - ....)
|                                             __________________________
|                                            |                          
|                       _____________________|
|                      |                     |
|                      |                     |__________________________
|                      |                                                
|_Effie ERB ___________|
  (1865 - ....)        |
                       |                      __________________________
                       |                     |                          
                       |_____________________|
                                             |
                                             |__________________________
                                                                        

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Georgannia Hite RANSOM

ABT 1822 - 3 Dec 1860

ID Number: I53925

  • RESIDENCE: Charles Town, VA; San Francisco, San Francisco Co. CA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1822, Jefferson Co. VA
  • DEATH: 3 Dec 1860, San Francisco, San Francisco Co. CA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1079] [S2517]

Family 1 : Benjamin Franklin WASHINGTON
  1.  John Thornton WASHINGTON
  2. +Franklin Bedinger WASHINGTON

Sources

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[S2517]


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Ann ROGERS

21 Oct 1728 - Apr 1799

ID Number: I89304

  • RESIDENCE: Caroline Co. VA and 1784 falls of the Ohio, IN and Louisville, KY
  • BIRTH: 21 Oct 1728, Virginia
  • DEATH: Apr 1799, Lousville, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S3320]
Father: Giles ROGERS II


Family 1 : John CLARK
  1. +Ann (Anna Rogers) CLARK
  2.  Jonathan CLARK
  3.  George Rogers CLARK
  4.  John CLARK
  5.  Lucy CLARK
  6.  Richard CLARK
  7.  Edmund CLARK
  8. +Elizabeth CLARK
  9. +William CLARK Gov. of Missouri Terr.
  10.  Frances Eleanor CLARK

Notes


The Compendium of American Genealogy First Families of America, Vol. 6


Mother: Rachael Eastham b. 1695?


                                                        __
                                                       |  
                       _Giles ROGERS I "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1643 - ....)                  |
                      |                                |__
                      |                                   
 _Giles ROGERS II_____|
| (1673 - 1794)       |
|                     |                                 __
|                     |                                |  
|                     |_Rachel EASTHAM ________________|
|                       (1650 - ....)                  |
|                                                      |__
|                                                         
|
|--Ann ROGERS 
|  (1728 - 1799)
|                                                       __
|                                                      |  
|                      ________________________________|
|                     |                                |
|                     |                                |__
|                     |                                   
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                                 __
                      |                                |  
                      |________________________________|
                                                       |
                                                       |__
                                                          

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John TAYLOR

ABT 1670 - ____

ID Number: I66529

  • RESIDENCE: Richmond Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1670
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2513]
Father: Thomas TAYLOR II



                                                       _John TAYLOR I "the Immigrant"_+
                                                      | (1607 - 1651) m 1637          
                       _Thomas TAYLOR "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1637 - 1685) m 1656          |
                      |                               |_Elizabeth_____________________
                      |                                 (1610 - 1659) m 1637          
 _Thomas TAYLOR II____|
| (1657 - 1712)       |
|                     |                                _______________________________
|                     |                               |                               
|                     |_Mary__________________________|
|                       (1637 - ....) m 1656          |
|                                                     |_______________________________
|                                                                                     
|
|--John TAYLOR 
|  (1670 - ....)
|                                                      _______________________________
|                                                     |                               
|                      _______________________________|
|                     |                               |
|                     |                               |_______________________________
|                     |                                                               
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                                _______________________________
                      |                               |                               
                      |_______________________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |_______________________________
                                                                                      

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Elizabeth WARD

ABT 1759 - BEF 1840

ID Number: I94991

  • RESIDENCE: Duplin Co. NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1759
  • DEATH: BEF 1840
  • RESOURCES: See: [S473]
Father: Luke WARD Sr.
Mother: Bridget DRAUGHON


Notes


2 Elizabeth WARD b: ABT. 1759 d: BEF. 1840 + William POLLOCK b: ABT. 1755

                                              __
                                             |  
                       _Mathew or John WARD _|
                      | (1700 - ....)        |
                      |                      |__
                      |                         
 _Luke WARD Sr._______|
| (1730 - 1796)       |
|                     |                       __
|                     |                      |  
|                     |______________________|
|                                            |
|                                            |__
|                                               
|
|--Elizabeth WARD 
|  (1759 - 1840)
|                                             __
|                                            |  
|                      _Walter DRAUGHON _____|
|                     | (1690 - ....)        |
|                     |                      |__
|                     |                         
|_Bridget DRAUGHON ___|
  (1726 - 1827)       |
                      |                       __
                      |                      |  
                      |_Bridget BROWN _______|
                        (1690 - ....)        |
                                             |__
                                                

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Anna WRIGHT

ABT 1750 - ____

ID Number: I76700

  • RESIDENCE: Goochland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2927]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) WRIGHT of VA


Family 1 : Benjamin PAGE
  1.  Mann PAGE

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[S2927]


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