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William DUKE

ABT 1750 - 1818

ID Number: I92563

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • DEATH: 1818, Culpeper Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1669] [S3250]

Family 1 : Mary RICKETS
  1. +Elender DUKE
Family 2 : Mary THORNTON
  1. +Sarah DUKE
  2.  Richard DUKE
  3.  Washington DUKE
  4.  Edward DUKE

Notes


William DUKE Compact Disc #35 Pin #481542


"In the list of heirs of William Duke, there were John & William Duke. At one time, I included them as children of William. I now believe they were children of William's son Richard Duke, who had predeceased his father. Richard did have sons John & William, who appeared in assorted records.
Death: 1818 in Culpeper Co., VA Note: His will has been lost
Marriage 1 Mary Ricketts <./igm.cgi?op=GET&db=sealock&id=I3374>
Married: BEF 1770 in Anne Arundel Co., MD


Title: Deed Book Abbrev: Deed Book Page: Culpeper Co., VA, Deed Book SS, pp. 41-43, 4 Jun 182 5 lists the children & heirs of William Duke. The only child omitted is Washington Duke, who had already sold his share in the estate by 1825.


Children: Edward, Richard, Eleanor, Rachel, Sarah, Delia, Elizabeth b: 29 JAN 1766, Washington b: 11 AUG 1786 in MD.


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Hazel GUERRANT


This person is presumed living.

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Sir PATRICK HOME of Fastcastle

____ - ____

ID Number: I88647

  • TITLE: Sir
  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3273]
Father: ALEXANDER HOME 1st Lord
Mother: MARIOTA de LANDELLS


Notes


((D)) Sir Patrick Home of Fastcastle (a 1507) m1. ??

[S3273]


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 _ALEXANDER HOME 1st Lord_|
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|--PATRICK HOME of Fastcastle
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|_MARIOTA de LANDELLS ____|
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Daniel LOFLIN

ABT 1730 - 1805

ID Number: I83280

  • RESIDENCE: Fairfax and Loudoun Cos. VA and Lincoln Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • DEATH: 1805, Lincoln Co.Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3105]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) LOFLIN


Family 1 :
  1. +George LOFLIN
  2.  Elijah LOFLIN
  3. +James LOFLIN

Notes


Spouse: Ann
per Victor Oglesby
Role of detachment from Fairfax County Virginia under Capt. Brian
Daniel Loflin between dates May 1757 and July 1757.
Virginia Cavaliers and Pioneers Volume III: Georgia Archives


Samuel Canterbury Estate--To Daniel Laughten, his share 1420 a 1/4-cash 03.0- share of tob? 13.16.0-corn 3.09 (Fairfax County Va. 1767-1783-Macon GA Library Microfilm- Bk. C pg. 17-19)


Estate of Robert Mathis--Estate Account Daniel Loflan(one of many) was paid expenses from the estate of Robert Mathis- 23 Oct 1769


(Index to the tithables of Loudon County VA. and Slaveholders and Slaves. Shelbourne parish.1758-1786)
Daniel Loflin Years-73-78-80=83-8 5
George Loflin Years- 78-80-85


Slave Holders 1758-1786
Daniel Loflin's slaves
Ben (Year85)
Bess (Year 80)
Brasher (Year 73)
Jane (Year 73)
Loudon (Years73-78-80-85)
Lucy ( Years 73-78-81-85)
Estate of Ferdinand O'Neill March 12, 1781. Appraisers John Jones, Daniel Loflin, Benjamin and Samuel Canby.


Estate of Henry Talbot -- 20 of March 1781 -- appraisers John Jones, Daniel Loflin, Benjamin Davis and Christopher Greeney.
(Abstracts of Wills, inventories and administration's. 1757 -- 1800 Loudon County Virginia
Compiled by Estelle Stewart King -- Georgia Archives)


John Jones Estate-Appraisers Wm. Whitely, Joseph Power, Daniel Loftin -9 June 1783(Loudon County Will Bk. C. Pg 36-38)


Ann Talbot Est. pd. Daniel Loflin 10 Jun 1789 (Loudon County Wills Bk D. )


(Loudon County Minute Bk 1780-178 3)
12 Mar. 1782
Payed Daniel Loftin for 300 lbs beef @/4
Daniel Lofflin for 134 lbs beef @/4
3/12/82 Daniel Loflin for 56 days hire of a wagon & driver, transporting specific tax grain from Loudon to Alexandria & Fredericksburg @/4 per day.


John Lofton Greenville County Virginia. 9-11
Daniel Loflin Loudoun County Virginia. 1-2
(Virginia tax payers 1787)


Daniel Loflin self 1 4 0 6 1 1
George Loflin self 0 0 0 4 3
males males under horses cattle
16-21 over 21
21
Blacks


(Tax List of 1788 Loudon County VA, Pg 29 Marietta Library)
Daniel Loflin Self _ 5(males 16-21)-0(+21)-6 blacks
Daniel Loflin for Daniel Loflin Jr.
Daniel Loflin for Elijah Loflin


(Columbia County, Georgia Deeds)
1794
Dreadzel Pan to Daniel Loflin 116 2/3A for 50L(Bk C-Pg 59)
William Wilkins to William Laughlin(Bk C-Pg 10)
1795
William Evans and wife Betsy to Daniel Loflin(Bk C-Pg 57)
Daniel Loflin to James Jenkins(Bk D-Pg 300)
1800
Daniel Loflin and Ann, his wife to Wm. Pullen 190A for 100L Witt: ThomasXLuke-Samuel O'Neal-Charles Pullen


Christopher Blanton of Wilkes County Georgia to Daniel Loflin of Columbia County Georgia 200 acres in Wilkes adjacent to Gilliness,William Ayers,1 January 1796 -- witness George Loflin and James Luke. (Lincoln County D&M Vol. E. Page 293)


Daniel and Anna Loflin to Elijah Loflin -- 1802 --
(Lincoln County D&M -- Book D -- Page 247 -- 248)


1802 Lincoln County tax digest -- Capt. Samuel district
Roda Loflin 200 A Lincoln
Daniel Loflin 1poll 341 A Lincoln 11 Slaves
Elijah Loflin 1 poll 4 slaves
John Walker 1 poll 287 1/2 A Lincoln


1803 Lincoln County tax digest -- Capt. Samuel district
Elijah Loflin 1 poll 109 A Lincoln 4 slaves
James Loflin 1 poll
Daniel Loflin 1 poll 231 A Lincoln 9 slaves
Rosemond Loflin 200 A Lincoln 1 slave(defaulter)


1804 Lincoln County tax digest -- Capt. Samuel district
Rosemond Loflin 1 slave 200 A Lincoln Adj. Gurley and Johnston
Daniel Loflin 10 slaves 232 A Lincoln Loflin and Spiers
James Loflin 1 slave
Elijah Loflin 5 slaves 109 A Lincoln Walker
William Loflin 1 poll (def aulter)


1805 Lincoln County tax digest -- Capt. Blanton district No. 2
Rosie Loflin 1 slave 200 A Lincoln Adj. Lofton(Sugar Creek)
James Loflin 1 poll
Elijah Loflin 6 slaves 109 A Lincoln Walker(Loyds Creek)
Daniel Loflin 11 slaves 233 A Lincoln Spiers "


1805 Land lottery
Daniel Loflin 638 B B Lincoln
Elijah Loflin 629 B B Lincoln
James Loflin 640 B Lincoln
Rosemond Loflin 639 P P Lincoln


Will of Daniel Loflin -- Lincoln County Will Bk. B -- Page 59


In the name of God Amen. I Daniel Loflin of the state of Georgia and the County of Lincoln being weak and low in body but of sound mind and memory to make and publish this my last will and testament in ? and from ? that is today.


First -- I will and order that all of my just debts be paid and I then leave all the ? Ordained that the remainder of my estate real and personal to be divided and the ? auctioned and then to be divided among all my children except Sarah Dews who shall have only ten dollars out of my estate and I give to my son in law John H. Walker $10 and to my daughter in law Rosemond Loflin I give $10 to be raised out of my estate and lastly I constitute and appoint William Evans Esq., John Bently and Thomas Leverett as executors to my last will and testament.


In witness there of I have here unto said to set hand and sealed this sixth day of September in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and three and in the independence of the United States of America Twenty eight.
Signed, sealed, and published and acknowledged by the above named Daniel Loflin to be his last will and testament in the presence of us who have here unto ascribed our names as witnesses and testors.
Daniel X Loflin
James McCord
Martha XMcCord


The last will and testament of Daniel Loflin deceased this 19th of February 1806 (William Hooper) Probated 25 July 1805 (Minute book N -- Page 33) Copy on file


Division of property of Daniel Loflin deceased. (Annual returns BK. Z. -- Page 99


25 Nov. 1805 -- received of William Evans Esq.On the estate of Daniel Loflin deceased. The sum of four dollars for shoemaking. received by me Rosemond Loflin -- also received at the same time one dollar for eight ounces of shoe thread and plank for coffin. $5


4 May-1812 -- the heirs of Daniel Loflin deceased to William Evans executor to the estate of said deceased for the sum of $8476.17
paid its sundry time to said heirs --
Elijah Loflin the sum of $1075.003
William Loflin the sum of $1041.19
John Loflin the sum of $1035.50
James Loflin the sum of $1055.1114
Cornelius Johnson the sum of $1075.1
James John the sum of $1048.45
Thomas Johns the sum of $1050.
John Johns the sum of $1071.
John H. Walker the sum of $ $14.
Rosemond Loflin the sum of $10.
copy on file


per Victor Oglesby Children:
2 Sarah Loflin
2 dau Unkown Loflin + John H. Walker
2 Elijah Loflin d: 1820 + Patty Turner d: BEF 1820
2 William Loflin + Charlotte Curry
2 Nancy Loflin + Cornelius Johnston d: 1818
2 Mary Loflin + James Johns
2 James Loflin + Judah
2 Francis Loflin + John Johns
2 Jane Loflin + Jane Johns
2 John Loflin + Sarah Hudgens
2 George Loflin b: ABT 1757 d: 1799 + Rosemond

[S3105] [S3105]


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 _(RESEARCH QUERY) LOFLIN _|
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|--Daniel LOFLIN 
|  (1730 - 1805)
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[S3105]

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Leah MADISON?

____ - ____

ID Number: I102550

  • RESIDENCE: Rowan Co. NC
  • RESOURCES: See: [S944]

Family 1 : ROBERT BARCLAY IV "the Immigrant"
  1. +Robert BARCLAY V
  2.  Walter BARCLAY

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Henry PALMER

ABT 1710 - ____

ID Number: I17010

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1710
  • RESOURCES: See: [S535]

Family 1 : Anne BURNETT

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Alexander Shaw PENDLETON

17 Mar 1855 - 13 Apr 1925

ID Number: I4908

  • OCCUPATION: Prominent Citizen Of Valdosta
  • RESIDENCE: Sandersville, VA & Valdosta, GA
  • BIRTH: 17 Mar 1855, Sandersville, VA
  • DEATH: 13 Apr 1925, Valdosta, GA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S199] [S1940] [S2036]
Father: Philip Coleman PENDLETON Sr. C.S.A.
Mother: Catherine Sarah Melissa TEBEAU


Family 1 : Susan PARRAMORE
  1.  Philip Coleman PENDLETON
  2.  Elizabeth Parramore PENDLETON
  3.  Gertrude Adala PENDLETON
  4.  Albert Sidney PENDLETON
  5.  William Frederick PENDLETON
  6.  Francis Key PENDLETON
  7.  Alexis Runette PENDLETON

Notes


Children of ALEXANDER PENDLETON and SUSAN PARRAMORE are:







[S2036]


                                                                  _Philip PENDLETON ___+
                                                                 | (1747 - 1811) m 1766
                                       _Coleman PENDLETON _______|
                                      | (1780 - 1862) m 1808     |
                                      |                          |_Martha AWBREY ______+
                                      |                            (1745 - 1805) m 1766
 _Philip Coleman PENDLETON Sr. C.S.A._|
| (1812 - 1869) m 1841                |
|                                     |                           _Benjamin GILBERT ___
|                                     |                          | (1760 - ....)       
|                                     |_Martha "Patsy" GILBERT __|
|                                       (1789 - 1874) m 1808     |
|                                                                |_Hannah BUTLER ______
|                                                                  (1760 - ....)       
|
|--Alexander Shaw PENDLETON 
|  (1855 - 1925)
|                                                                 _____________________
|                                                                |                     
|                                      _Frederick Edmund TEBEAU _|
|                                     | (1792 - 1869) m 1817     |
|                                     |                          |_____________________
|                                     |                                                
|_Catherine Sarah Melissa TEBEAU _____|
  (1822 - 1889) m 1841                |
                                      |                           _____________________
                                      |                          |                     
                                      |_Hulda LEWIS _____________|
                                        (1795 - 1875) m 1817     |
                                                                 |_____________________
                                                                                       

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[S1940]

[S2036]

[S2036]

[S2036]


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Col. Alexander Swift "Sandie" PENDLETON C.S.A.

28 Sep 1840 - 22 Sep 1864

ID Number: I42214

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. Stonewall Jackson's staff
  • RESIDENCE: Lexington, Rockbridge Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 28 Sep 1840, Of Richmond, Henrico Co., VA
  • DEATH: 22 Sep 1864, KIA Battle of Winchester, VA [204722] [S757]
  • RESOURCES: See: CMH, vol. 3 [S757] [S1940] [S2036] [S2103]
Father: William Nelson PENDLETON C.S.A.
Mother: Anzolette Elizabeth PAGE


Family 1 : Katherine "Katie" CORBIN

Notes


Only son, had one child: ALEXANDER "LITTLE SANDY" PENDLETON, b. November 04, 1864; d. September 01, 1865.


"Colonel Sandie Pendleton began his military career with the first organization of Virginia forces. At the first battle of Manassas he was lieutenant and ordnance officer of the Stonewall brigade, and was mentioned in that report of that battle for "valuable services" rendered. When Jackson was assigned to the Valley district with headquarters at Winchester, Lieutenant Pendleton was on his staff as assistant adjutant-general. In that capacity he served in the winter campaign to Bath, Hancock, and Romney, and was again mentioned in terms of commendation by General Jackson for the faithful performance of duty. The campaign was one of great hardship and Jackson and his staff shared all its privations. In the Valley campaign of 1862 Lieutenant Pendleton was still Jackson's adjutant-general and was complimented in the official report of his chief as "an officer eminently qualified for his duties." He was with Jackson in the memorable Seven Days' fights and was again thanked in the official report. Through the subsequent campaign in Virginia, ending with Chancellorsville, he continued to serve on the staff of General Jackson, having been promoted to the rank of captain at Fredricksburg and to that of major at Chancellorsville. When Jackson fell J.E.B. Stuart was placed in command of his corps for the rest of the battle and in the report he says that Major Pendleton "acted with great heroism and efficiency when he joined me." He was put in charge of the escort when the body of Jackson was borne to Richmond and then to Lexington for burial. In the Gettysburg campaign he served as aide to General Ewell, who said in his report: "Colonel Pendleton's knowledge of his duties, his experience and activity relieved me of much hard work." He subsequently served on the staff of General Rodes and then on that of General Early. At Fisher's Hill, September 22,1864, Colonel Pendleton was killed."


""Major Alexander Swift "Sandie" Pendleton
After Jackson's death, is appointed by Lee to Generral Ewell's staff, in the newly organized Second Corps, and Ewell promotes him to Lieutenant Colonel. However, the cordial relationship between Ewell and Jackson's former staff quickly dissolves, as the men who were accustomed to Jackson's aggressiveness observe Ewell's sluggishness at Gettysburg and his monumental failure to capture the high ground of Cemetery Hill. Pendleton writes, "Oh for the presence and inspiration of Old Jack for just one hour!"
When Ewell's health began to fail Jubal Early is given command of the Second Corps, and Pendleton is one of the very few who gains the respect of the disagreeable Early, serving with him through the campaigns of the following year in the Shenandoah Valley. In late 1863 he receives a brief leave and marries Kate Corbin, the young aunt of the five-year-old girl who had so captured Jackson. In September 1864, during a battle for the town of Winchester, he is mortally wounded, and dies the next day. He does not ever see the son that Kate bears him the following November. The infant is named Sandie, but does not survive his first year.
Of Pendleton, his friend James Power Smith write: "His intellectual powers were of the hgihest order...the readiness with which he approached his duty...was equaled by the celerity and skill with which he performed it. As a staff officer he had no equal.""


Msg to Family: 18 Dec 2003
Visit our website for lots of family ancestors - if you get the DVD GODS
AND GENERALS from Wal-Mart $20, you will see our 5th cousin Alexander Swift
"SANDIE " PENDLETON 1840-1864, aide to Gen. Stonewall Jackson and his Father the Rev. William Nelson Pendleton; Wm Nelson named his guns after the 4 Apostles and everytime they fired he said a prayer for his enemies.


Our 7th grandmother is Catherine Isabel Pendleton married John Powell Taylor, III (the Taylor line of Pres. Zachariah Taylor and Gen. Richard Taylor (CSA-commander of the Western Theater)



[S1940] [S2226]

[204722]
in Battle of Fisher's Hill


                                                             _Edmund PENDLETON Sr.___________+
                                                            | (1744 - 1827) m 1764           
                                   _Edmund A. PENDLETON Jr._|
                                  | (1774 - 1847)           |
                                  |                         |_Mildred "Millie" POLLARD ______+
                                  |                           (1747 - 1827) m 1764           
 _William Nelson PENDLETON C.S.A._|
| (1809 - 1883) m 1831            |
|                                 |                          _Hugh NELSON ___________________+
|                                 |                         | (1750 - 1800)                  
|                                 |_Lucy NELSON ____________|
|                                   (1778 - ....)           |
|                                                           |________________________________
|                                                                                            
|
|--Alexander Swift "Sandie" PENDLETON C.S.A.
|  (1840 - 1864)
|                                                            _John PAGE Gov. of Virginia_____+
|                                                           | (1744 - 1808) m 1765           
|                                  _Francis PAGE ___________|
|                                 | (1781 - ....) m 1806    |
|                                 |                         |_Frances BURWELL _______________+
|                                 |                           (1747 - 1784) m 1765           
|_Anzolette Elizabeth PAGE _______|
  (1807 - 1884) m 1831            |
                                  |                          _Thomas NELSON Gov. of Virginia_+
                                  |                         | (1738 - 1789) m 1762           
                                  |_Susannah NELSON ________|
                                    (1780 - 1819) m 1806    |
                                                            |_Lucy GRYMES ___________________+
                                                              (1743 - 1830) m 1762           

Sources

[S757]

[S757]

[S1940]

[S2036]

[S2103]

[S1940]

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Ann SLAUGHTER

1770 - ____

ID Number: I44584

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1770
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1842]
Father: Lawrence SLAUGHTER
Mother: Elizabeth FIELD



                                             _Robert SLAUGHTER I__+
                                            | (1680 - 1725) m 1700
                       _Robert SLAUGHTER II_|
                      | (1702 - 1769) m 1723|
                      |                     |_Frances Ann JONES __+
                      |                       (1680 - ....) m 1700
 _Lawrence SLAUGHTER _|
| (1736 - 1779)       |
|                     |                      _Augustine SMITH ____+
|                     |                     | (1689 - 1736)       
|                     |_Mary SMITH _________|
|                       (1703 - ....) m 1723|
|                                           |_Susannah DARNELL ___
|                                             (1690 - ....)       
|
|--Ann SLAUGHTER 
|  (1770 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _John FIELD _________|
|                     | (1710 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Elizabeth FIELD ____|
  (1740 - ....)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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ANDREW STEWART 3rd Lord of Avondale

1500 - ABT 1548

ID Number: I57188

  • OCCUPATION: 1st Lord Ochiltree
  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • BIRTH: 1500
  • DEATH: ABT 1548 [S3173]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2094] [S3173]
Father: ANDREW STEWART 2nd Lord of Avandale
Mother: MARGARET KENNEDY


Family 1 : MARGARET HAMILTON
  1. +ANDREW STEWART 2nd Lord of Ochiltree

Notes


A) Andrew Stewart, 3rd Lord Avandale, 1st Lord Ochiltree (d c1548) m. (before 22.08.1515) Margaret Hamilton (b c1496, dau of James Hamilton, Earl of Arran)

[S3173]


                                                                   _JAMES "the Gross" STEWART 1st of Baldorran_+
                                                                  | (1400 - 1441)                              
                                       _WALTER STEWART of Murphie_|
                                      | (1430 - ....)             |
                                      |                           |_ MCDONALD _________________________________
                                      |                             (1400 - ....)                              
 _ANDREW STEWART 2nd Lord of Avandale_|
| (1460 - 1513) m 1499                |
|                                     |                            ____________________________________________
|                                     |                           |                                            
|                                     |_ELIZABETH ARNOT __________|
|                                       (1430 - ....)             |
|                                                                 |____________________________________________
|                                                                                                              
|
|--ANDREW STEWART 3rd Lord of Avondale
|  (1500 - 1548)
|                                                                  ____________________________________________
|                                                                 |                                            
|                                      _JAMES KENNEDY 2nd Lord____|
|                                     |                           |
|                                     |                           |____________________________________________
|                                     |                                                                        
|_MARGARET KENNEDY ___________________|
  (1460 - ....) m 1499                |
                                      |                            ____________________________________________
                                      |                           |                                            
                                      |___________________________|
                                                                  |
                                                                  |____________________________________________
                                                                                                               

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[S2094]

[S3173]

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THIGPEN

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I19380

  • RESIDENCE: Holmes Co. MS
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S625]

Family 1 : (Widow) THIGPEN

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