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Adam George AUTREY C.S.A.

1839 - 7 Sep 1861

ID Number: I100354

  • OCCUPATION: CSA
  • RESIDENCE: Conecuh Co. AL or TX
  • BIRTH: 1839, Alabama
  • DEATH: 7 Sep 1861, KIA Lincoln's War at Battle Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3635]
Father: A. Bullock AUTREY
Mother: Elizabeth MCCREARY



                                                  _John AUTREY ________+
                                                 | (1750 - ....)       
                       _Alexander AUTREY ________|
                      | (1780 - 1857) m 1803     |
                      |                          |_____________________
                      |                                                
 _A. Bullock AUTREY __|
| (1808 - 1893) m 1827|
|                     |                           _____________________
|                     |                          |                     
|                     |_Parthenia Bullock IRVIN _|
|                       (1788 - 1863) m 1803     |
|                                                |_____________________
|                                                                      
|
|--Adam George AUTREY C.S.A.
|  (1839 - 1861)
|                                                 _____________________
|                                                |                     
|                      __________________________|
|                     |                          |
|                     |                          |_____________________
|                     |                                                
|_Elizabeth MCCREARY _|
  (1808 - 1866) m 1827|
                      |                           _____________________
                      |                          |                     
                      |__________________________|
                                                 |
                                                 |_____________________
                                                                       

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GERBERGE de BOULOGNE of Bologne

ABT 1010 - by 1049

ID Number: I65163

  • RESIDENCE: France
  • BIRTH: ABT 1010
  • DEATH: by 1049
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3205]

Family 1 : FREDERICK II de LUXEMBURG Duke of Lower Lorraine
  1. +JUTTA de LUXEMBURG

Notes


m1. Gerherga (d by 1049, dau of Eustance, Count of Boulogne)

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Hardy BRIAN

16 Aug 1826 - 29 Mar 1860

ID Number: I40018

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 16 Aug 1826, E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • DEATH: 29 Mar 1860
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1096]
Father: Francis "Frank" BRIAN
Mother: Hannah ROGILLIO


Family 1 : Clara Lucinda BAILEY

Notes


Excerpted from "Three early families of East Feliciana Parish became settlers of Caldwell Parish: Rogillio, Brian, Reitzell Families" by Tommie Sue Larche Watters Reitzell. Hardy Brian was allegedly a man of great intellect and uncanny foresight and a schoolteacher who worked diligently for the school at Verda, LA., and for many worthy developments of the community.
children:
i Elijah M. BRIAN was born on 27 Feb 1850. He died on 21 Dec 1913;
ii Robert C. BRIAN was born in 1853;
iii Angeliah BRIAN was born on 24 Feb 1854. She died on 29 Nov 1854;
iv Wickliff BRIAN was born in 1855;
v Dodridge BRIAN was born in 1857;
vi Andrew D BRIAN;
vii Hardy S. BRIAN.



                                                        _William BRIAN _________________
                                                       | (1735 - 1808)                  
                          _Hardy BRIAN Sr._____________|
                         | (1755 - 1813) m 1778        |
                         |                             |_Sarah Jane WILLIAMSON _________+
                         |                               (1730 - ....)                  
 _Francis "Frank" BRIAN _|
| (1805 - 1860) m 1825   |
|                        |                              _Solomon MORGAN Sr._____________+
|                        |                             | (1735 - 1803) m 1755           
|                        |_Jemima MORGAN ______________|
|                          (1762 - 1834) m 1778        |
|                                                      |_Mehitabel LUDLOW ______________
|                                                        (1730 - 1772) m 1755           
|
|--Hardy BRIAN 
|  (1826 - 1860)
|                                                       _Joseph Jose' Antonio ROGILLIO _
|                                                      | (1743 - ....) m 1765           
|                         _Ysidoro Policarpo ROGILLIO _|
|                        | (1766 - 1832) m 1793        |
|                        |                             |_Maria Marguerita RUFINA _______
|                        |                               (1743 - 1772) m 1765           
|_Hannah ROGILLIO _______|
  (1811 - 1846) m 1825   |
                         |                              _Elias THOMAS __________________
                         |                             | (1740 - ....)                  
                         |_Margaret THOMAS ____________|
                           (1768 - 1829) m 1793        |
                                                       |_Catharina ARVINA ______________
                                                         (1740 - ....)                  

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Florence G. BROWNLEE

ABT 1839 - ____

ID Number: I73847

  • RESIDENCE: Saline Co. MO
  • BIRTH: ABT 1839, Missouri
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:XMSC-69) [S2799]
Father: Andrew Joseph BROWNLEE
Mother: Elizabeth HALL


Family 1 : John G. HERNDON

                                                 _John BROWNLEE Sr. "the Immigrant"_+
                                                | (1715 - 1800) m 1739              
                           _James BROWNLEE Sr.__|
                          | (1743 - 1826) m 1796|
                          |                     |_Sarah WILSON _____________________
                          |                       (1719 - ....) m 1739              
 _Andrew Joseph BROWNLEE _|
| (1796 - 1885) m 1829    |
|                         |                      ___________________________________
|                         |                     |                                   
|                         |_Rebecca BLACKMORE __|
|                           (1770 - ....) m 1796|
|                                               |___________________________________
|                                                                                   
|
|--Florence G. BROWNLEE 
|  (1839 - ....)
|                                                ___________________________________
|                                               |                                   
|                          _____________________|
|                         |                     |
|                         |                     |___________________________________
|                         |                                                         
|_Elizabeth HALL _________|
  (1800 - 1874) m 1829    |
                          |                      ___________________________________
                          |                     |                                   
                          |_____________________|
                                                |
                                                |___________________________________
                                                                                    

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Sarah CANTER

ABT 1722 - ____

ID Number: I96622

  • RESIDENCE: Charles Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1722, Charles Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3539]

Family 1 : Peter MORAN

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THOMAS 6TH LORD de CLIFFORD of Westmoreland

ABT 1363 - 4 Oct 1392

ID Number: I17184

  • OCCUPATION: Magna Charta Surety Descent And Descend Of Charlemagne
  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1363, Appleby, Westmoreland
  • DEATH: 4 Oct 1392, Spires in Germany
  • RESOURCES: See: [S504] [S1531] [S2700]
Father: ROGER de CLIFFORD 5th Lord of Wordsworth
Mother: MAUD de BEAUCHAMP


Family 1 : ELIZABETH de ROS of Hamlake
  1. +JOHN K.G. de CLIFFORD 7th Lord of Westmoreland,
  2.  MAUD de CLIFFORD

Notes


Hereditary Sheriff of Westmoreland, Governor of Carlisle Castle. He was summoned to Parliament from 6 Dec 1389. C.P. 3:292 (1913). Clay (1913) p. 23.

                                                                                        _ROBERT de CLIFFORD 1st Lord Of Wordsworth_______________+
                                                                                       | (1274 - 1314) m 1295                                    
                                            _ROBERT de CLIFFORD 2nd Lord of Wordsworth_|
                                           | (1305 - 1344) m 1328                      |
                                           |                                           |_MAUD (Matilda) de CLARE ________________________________+
                                           |                                             (1279 - 1324) m 1295                                    
 _ROGER de CLIFFORD 5th Lord of Wordsworth_|
| (1333 - 1389) m 1356                     |
|                                          |                                            _MAURICE "The Magnanimous" de BERKELEY 2nd Lord Berkeley_+
|                                          |                                           | (1271 - 1326) m 1289                                    
|                                          |_ISABEL de BERKELEY _______________________|
|                                            (1303 - 1362) m 1328                      |
|                                                                                      |_EVA la ZOUCHE __________________________________________+
|                                                                                        (1271 - 1314) m 1289                                    
|
|--THOMAS 6TH LORD de CLIFFORD of Westmoreland
|  (1363 - 1392)
|                                                                                       _GUY de BEAUCHAMP 2nd Earl of Warwick, Knt.______________+
|                                                                                      | (1278 - 1315) m 1308                                    
|                                           _THOMAS de BEAUCHAMP 3rd Earl of Warwick___|
|                                          | (1312 - 1369) m 1323                      |
|                                          |                                           |_ALICE (Adeliza) de TOENI _______________________________+
|                                          |                                             (1282 - 1325) m 1308                                    
|_MAUD de BEAUCHAMP _______________________|
  (1335 - 1402) m 1356                     |
                                           |                                            _ROGER de MORTIMER 1st Earl of March_____________________+
                                           |                                           | (1287 - 1330) m 1306                                    
                                           |_KATHERINE de MORTIMER ____________________|
                                             (1309 - 1371) m 1323                      |
                                                                                       |_JOAN de GENEVILLE ______________________________________+
                                                                                         (1285 - 1356) m 1306                                    

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Margaret GLEAVES

1 Jan 1784 - 14 Sep 1855

ID Number: I57926

  • RESIDENCE: Wythe Co. VA and Adair Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1 Jan 1784, Cripple Creek, Wythe Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 14 Sep 1855, Adair Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1615] [S2122]
Father: William Benjamin GLEAVES
Mother: Elizabeth TURK


Family 1 : Thomas TURK
  1. +Noah (Manoah) Gleaves TURK Sr.
  2. +Thomas Johnson TURK

Notes


"Watson, Michael C. DEATH RECORDS OF ADAIR COUNTY, KY PRIOR TO 1900 .Columbia, KY: Privately Printed, 1987. From microfilm records o fthe Big Creek Cumberland Presbyterian Session Book, on file at the Kentucky Historical Society. Page 46. "Margarett Turk died 14 Sept 1855."


U.S. Census - 1830. Kentucky, Adair Co., page 2. Margaret Turk, age 50-60, head of household of 1 male 10-15, 2 males 16-20, 1 female 5-10, 4 slaves.


U.S. Census - 1840. Kentucky, Adair Co., Roll M704, #103. Page 5. Margaret Turk, head of household. 1 male 20-30, 1 female 15-20 , 1female 20-30, 1 female 50-60, 4 slaves.


U.S. Census - 1850. Kentucky, Adair Co., Roll #432/190, First Dist., page #102, Dwelling & Family #735. Margaret Turk, age 69, b. VA, $1000 value real estate - living with Adaline Allen, age 23, b. KY - and living next door to son, Caleb P. Turk.


Adair County Kentucky - Power of Attorney issued by Thomas Turk on December 22, 1823: "......these presents shall come know ye that......good causes and considerations we thereunto ...... Thomas Turk of the County of Adair and the State of Kentucky, do by these presents nominate constitute and appoint ...... of the county and state aforesaid my true lawful attorney in fact for me and in my name ........and to my sue and benifit to go to the county of Wythe and State of Virginia and there receive ...... the executor, executors, executrix or administrator of the will annexed of William Gleaves deceased farmer of said county and then and there to receive from the person or persons aforesaid an negro girl named Kizy which I am informed has been willed to my wife Peggy by the said William Gleaves her father and.......the receipt of said girl to execute to the person who may be authorized to receive the same any such receipt.......Witness my hand & seal this 22nd. day of December 1823. (signed) Thomas Turk."


Letter from Nancy Berly, dated 8 July 1973. "Margaret Gleaves - she was born 1 Jan 1784 and died in Adair County 15 Sept 1855. She was a daughter of William Gleaves whose will is probated Wyeth Co. 13 June 1820. He was a son of Matthew Gleaves (died Augusta Co. 1760 and his wife Esther who might have been a Mitchell. She married (2) Thomas Rafferty and (3) Elias Woolman.)"


Watson, Michael C. LOOKING BACK, Vol. 2. Columbia, KY: Watson Publications, 1992. Page 70-71. "According to a civil suit filed in the Adair County Circuit Court in October 1855, Thomas Turk died some years before and left his Margaret, his wife, who had died on 14 September 1855.


"After the death of Margaret Turk, suit was brought to settle the estate. The following heirs were named in the shut: Hiram K. Turk; William H. Turk; Caleb P. Turk; Eliza Ann Crawford or Cranfield, wife of John, Robert Allen, Jr., Archer? Allen, Eliza Jones, wife of William Jones, Jr. and Adaline Allen, children of Amanda Allen, daughter of Thomas Turk, deceased; Eliza Ann Browning, wife of Joseph; and William Turk, James Turk, Thomas Turk and Harriet J. Turk, heirs of Thomas Turk, Jr., deceased.


"Caleb P. Turk died before the suit was completed. A copy of his will was filed with the petition, filed on 4 December 1855. An amendment to the bill states he died before 15 November 1855. He left a widow, Ann. Manoah Turk was also a son of Thomas Turk, Sr., according to various records."


Gorin, Sandra K. BIBLE & FAMILY RECORDS, BARREN CO., KY AND SURROUNDING AREAS, VOL. 3. Glasgow, KY: Gorin Publishing, 1991. Page 52-53. "Your grandmother Allen was Sallie Gleaves of Cripple Creek, VA . Her brothers and sisters were:...Margaret Gleaves born 1784....Margaret Gleaves was born Jan 1, 1784."


Vogt, John & T. William Kethley, Jr. WYTHE COUNTY MARRIAGES 1790-1850. Athens, GA: Iberian Publishing Co., 1984. Page 136. "Cleves, Peggy & Thomas Turk - 24 Dec 1802; min- John Stanger - 8 Feb 1803.""

[S2122]


                                                                  _____________________________
                                                                 |                             
                             _Mathew GLEAVES Sr. "the Immigrant"_|
                            | (1715 - 1760) m 1740               |
                            |                                    |_____________________________
                            |                                                                  
 _William Benjamin GLEAVES _|
| (1752 - 1820) m 1770      |
|                           |                                     _____________________________
|                           |                                    |                             
|                           |_Esther MITCHELL? __________________|
|                             (1720 - 1809) m 1740               |
|                                                                |_____________________________
|                                                                                              
|
|--Margaret GLEAVES 
|  (1784 - 1855)
|                                                                 _Robert TURK "the Immigrant"_
|                                                                | (1690 - 1772) m 1708        
|                            _Thomas TURK "the immigrant"________|
|                           | (1718 - 1809) m 1745               |
|                           |                                    |_Margaret____________________
|                           |                                      (1694 - 1760) m 1708        
|_Elizabeth TURK ___________|
  (1752 - ....) m 1770      |
                            |                                     _____________________________
                            |                                    |                             
                            |_Margaret GROVE ____________________|
                              (1728 - 1765) m 1745               |
                                                                 |_____________________________
                                                                                               

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Mary Woods HARRIS

24 Aug 1788 - 15 May 1875

ID Number: I81084

  • RESIDENCE: Albemarle Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 24 Aug 1788
  • DEATH: 15 May 1875
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1956]
Father: Benjamin HARRIS
Mother: Mary "Polly" WOODS


Family 1 : Henry Tate HARRIS

Notes


2 Mary Woods Harris b: 24 Aug 1788 d: 15 MAY 1875 + Henry Tate Harris b: 1787 d: 1845

                                                _Matthew HARRIS _________________+
                                               | (1661 - 1727) m 1712            
                       _William Lee HARRIS ____|
                      | (1713 - 1788) m 1725   |
                      |                        |_Elizabeth LEE __________________+
                      |                          (1690 - 1748) m 1712            
 _Benjamin HARRIS ____|
| (1754 - 1834) m 1785|
|                     |                         _John NETHERLAND "the Immigrant"_
|                     |                        | (1680 - 1739) m 1707            
|                     |_Sarah Mary NETHERLAND _|
|                       (1708 - 1799) m 1725   |
|                                              |_Sarah HANKINS __________________+
|                                                (1690 - 1745) m 1707            
|
|--Mary Woods HARRIS 
|  (1788 - 1875)
|                                               _________________________________
|                                              |                                 
|                      ________________________|
|                     |                        |
|                     |                        |_________________________________
|                     |                                                          
|_Mary "Polly" WOODS _|
  (1767 - 1844) m 1785|
                      |                         _________________________________
                      |                        |                                 
                      |________________________|
                                               |
                                               |_________________________________
                                                                                 

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William LACY

26 Feb 1712 - 28 Feb 1775

ID Number: I90367

  • RESIDENCE: King William and by 1758 Chesterfield Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 26 Feb 1712, New Kent Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 28 Feb 1775, Chesterfield Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1464] [S3352] [S3589]
Father: Thomas LACY II
Mother: Ann BURNLEY


Family 1 : Catherine Elizabeth RICE
  1.  David LACY
  2.  Henry LACY
  3. +Drury LACY D.D., Dr.

Notes


"William Lacy, a grandson of the emigrant ancestor of the family in Virginia, with his wife, Elizabeth, appear to have been residents of King William parish in 1741. In that year a son, David, was born to them, and in 1743, another son, Henry.


According to Foote (p.582), William Lacy and his wife, "Catherine Rice," removed to Chesterfield county, where their son Drury, with a twin sister, was born October 5th, 1758. An accident in childhood, the explosion of a musket, by which he lost his left hand decided the future course of the life of Drury Lacy, and induced him to strive to obtain an education to fit himself for a teacher or some profession. While engaged in teaching in a private family, he came under the notice of Rev. John B. Smith, President of Hampden Sydney College, by whom he was encouraged and assisted in completing a classical education. He became a minister of the Gospel; and was for years Vice-President of the college at which he had been educated. He possessed marked powers of oratory. He could lift up his voice like a trumpet, and its silvery notes fell sweetly upon the ears of the most distant auditors in large congregations, wherever assembled, in houses or in the open air. A silver finger affixed to the wrist of his shattered hand gave him the name of the "silver hand."


The Church remembers him as Lacy of the "silver hand and silver voice." He married a Miss Smith, and reared three sons and two daughters. Two of the sons became ministers of the Gospel. The eldest, William Smith Lacy, preached for a time as a missionary, and then became pioneer of the Church in Arkansas. The youngest, Drury, was pastor for some time in Raleigh, North Carolina; then served as President of Davidson College; and supsequently as chaplain in the State hospitals. The third son became a physician. Each of the sons reared a son for the ministry. Of these, one, the Rev. B. T. Lacy, was the chosen chaplain of General T. J. Jackson, Confederate States Army, and another was a chaplain in the Army of Northern Virginia. Two grandsons entered the army; one died in Petersburg from disease brought on by exposure; and the other, Major J. Horace Lacy, saw much active service.


The two daughters each married Presbyterian ministers. The elder became the wife of Samuel Davies Hoge. the son of Rev. Moses Hoge, D. D., Professor of Theology of the Virginia Synod. Her two sons entered the ministry. The elder is the distinguished pulpit orator, Rev. Moses Drury Hoge, D. D., pastor of the second Presbyterian Church, Richmond, Virginia. The younger son, Rev. William James Hoge. D. D., died in 1864, pastor of the Tabb Street Church, Petersburg, Virginia. The youngest daughter married Rev. James H. Brookes, and reared one son for the ministry, who is now pastor of a church in St. Louis, Missouri. "


Children:
Agnes LACY m. Dr. Henry Wright Wilson (Husband) b. 1725 m2 John Templin (Husband) Marriage: AFT 1778
David LACY
Henry LACY
Noah LACY m. Eliza Mary Wilson (Wife) b. ABT 1752
Joseph LACY m. Mary Lockett (Wife) b. 29 May 1754 Marriage: 20 OCT 1776
Keziah LACY m. William Lookado (Husband)
Drury LACY
Dorcas LACY m. William Howard (Husband)


WILL OF WILLIAM LACY
William Lacy died testate, on 28 February 1775, in Chesterfield Co., Va. His will is recorded in Will Bk. 2, p. 292. No record of the date ofprobate or its proving has been found. The will reads as follows: COPY OFWILL OF WILLIAM LACY, CHESTERFIELD CO., VA. DATED JUNE 18, 1774
In the name of God Amen, I, William Lacy of the County of Chesterfield and parish of Manchester, being sick in body but of perfectmind and memory, thanks be given to God, calling unto mind the mortalityof my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, domake and ordain this my last will and testament; that is to say,principally and first of all, I give and recommend my soul into the handsof almighty God that gave it and my body I recommend to the earth to beburied in decent Christian burial, at the discretion of my Executors,nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the sameagain by the mighty power of God, and as touching such worldly estatewherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this life I give, devise, anddispose of the same in the following manner and form
Item: I appoint that my just debts and funeral charges shall first be paid out of my estate.
Item: I give unto my son, Joseph Lacy, one shilling sterling, that is all the estate I intend for him or his heirs.
Item: I give unto my son, Noah Lacy, one shilling sterling, that is all the estate I intend for him or his heirs.
Item: I give unto my daughter, Agnes Wilson, one shilling sterling, that is all the estate I intend for her or her heirs.
Item: I give unto my son, Drury Lacy, my great Bible and confession of Faith to him and his heirs forever.
Item: I appoint all the rest of my estate to be sold (viz) Land, household goods, stock and every part and parcel thereof to the highestbidder, and the money arising from the sale to be equally divided betweenDrury Lacy, Keziah Lacy, and Dorcas Lacy my children to them and theirheirs forever.
I appoint constitute and ordain my three children, Drury Lacy, Keziah Lacy and Dorcas Lacy to be of lawful age to do and act forthemselves and to be my executors of this my last will and testament, anddo by these presents revoke disannul and make void all other wills ortestaments before made by me either verbal or written, and do ratify andconfirm this to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof I havehereunto set my hand and fixed my seal this eighteenth day of June onethousand seven hundred and seventy four.
Signed, sealed, published, pronounced and declared by the said William Lacy as his last will in his presence and in the presence of eachother have hereto subscribed our names.
"Samuel Landrum"
"Robert Moseley"
"Joseph Thatcher"
"William Lacy" (Seal)


[S1464] [S3352]


                                                       ___________________________________
                                                      |                                   
                       _Thomas LACY I "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1660 - 1750)                 |
                      |                               |___________________________________
                      |                                                                   
 _Thomas LACY II______|
| (1684 - ....) m 1704|
|                     |                                _Thomas RHUYS RICE "the Immigrant"_+
|                     |                               | (1656 - 1711)                     
|                     |_Phoebe RHUYS RICE ____________|
|                       (1668 - ....)                 |
|                                                     |_Marcy HEWES? _____________________
|                                                       (1664 - 1722)                     
|
|--William LACY 
|  (1712 - 1775)
|                                                      ___________________________________
|                                                     |                                   
|                      _James BURNLEY "the Immigrant"_|
|                     | (1660 - ....) m 1688          |
|                     |                               |___________________________________
|                     |                                                                   
|_Ann BURNLEY ________|
  (1689 - ....) m 1704|
                      |                                ___________________________________
                      |                               |                                   
                      |_Anna BOWDON __________________|
                        (1670 - ....) m 1688          |
                                                      |___________________________________
                                                                                          

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Maj. Gen. Lafayette MCLAWS C.S.A.

15 Jan 1821 - 24 Jul 1897

ID Number: I98992

  • TITLE: Maj. Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA 10 GA Reg; 1842-1861 USMA; Postmaster Savannah GA
  • RESIDENCE: Augusta, and Savannah, Chatham Co. GA
  • BIRTH: 15 Jan 1821, Augusta, Georgia
  • DEATH: 24 Jul 1897, Savannah, Georgia
  • BURIAL: Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS Bio Notes [S2854] [S3594]
Father: James MCLAWS
Mother: Elizabeth HUGUENIN


Family 1 : Emily Allison TAYLOR

Notes


Lafayette McLaws January 15, 1821 - July 24, 1897 - Native Georgian Lafayette McLaws graduated 48th in the West Point class of 1842 and served in the Mexican War, on the frontier, and in the "Mormon Expedition" before he resigned his commission as a major in the U.S. Army at the beginning of the Civil War. The 41 year old, stout, round-faced man soon found himself commanding a division in Virginia's peninsula during the Seven Days' campaign.


As a member of Gen. James Longstreet's I Corps, McLaws succeeded in the critical assignment of capturing Maryland Heights at Harpers Ferry during the Maryland campaign. He then marched his men to Sharpsburg and played a critical role in the defense of the West Woods on that battlefield. At the Battle of Fredericksburg, McLaws commanded the men who delayed the Union crossing of the Rappahannock River and who, in defending Marye's Heights, slaughtered the Union soldiers who bravely mounted waves of attacks on that impregnable position. During the Battle of Chancellorsville, McLaws and his command fought in Gen. Robert E. Lee's wing of the army in the first two days of the battle. On the third day, Lee sent McLaws's division to stop the Union corps marching toward the Rebel rear. The accomplishment of that mission was one of McLaws's greatest performances.


After distinguished service on the second day at Gettysburg, McLaws accompanied Longstreet's corps to Tennessee, where Longstreet blamed McLaws for the failure of the attack on Fort Sanders. Though cleared of all charges, McLaws left the I Corps and was sent to Georgia, charged with the defense of Savannah. He was surrendered with Gen. Joseph E. Johnston's command near Durham Station, N.C. on April 26, 1865.


After the war, McLaws served as Savannah's postmaster and was active in veteran organaizations. Despite his wartime differences with Longstreet, McLaws staunchly defended Longstreet in the post-war attempts to smear his reputation.


Fascinating Fact: McLaws was such a sturdy defensive fighter that one of his officers compared him to a Roman soldier who "stood his post in Herculaneum until the lava ran over him." http://www.us-civilwar.com/mclaws.htm


Lafayette McLaws


McLAWS, Lafayette, soldier, born in Augusta, Georgia, 15 January, 1821. After studying one year in the University of Virginia, he was appointed to the United States military academy, where he was graduated in 1842. He was stationed for some time in Indian territory, and in 1846 joined General Zachary Taylor's army of occupation at Corpus Christi, anal was engaged in the defence of Fort Brown, the battle of Monterey, and the siege of Vera Cruz. His health failing, he returned to the United States on recruiting duty, and after the peace was assistant adjutant-general in the Department of New Mexico for two years. He was promoted captain of infantry on 24 August, 1851, and took part in the expedition of 1858 against the Mormons, and in the operations against the Navajo Indians in 1859-'60.


He resigned his commission and offered his services to his state on its secession from the Union. After the organization of the Confederate army he was appointed colonel of the 10th Georgia regiment, and on 25 September, 1861, was commissioned as a brigadier-general. He brought himself to notice by his conduct in an action at Lee's Mill, was afterward engaged in the retreat to Richmond and the battle of Williamsburg, and, on the arrival of the army at Richmond was promoted major-general, 23 May, 1862.


His division was engaged at Savage's Station and Malvern Hill, and when General John Pope's army retreated it remained for a time to watch the movements of the National troops at Harrison's Landing, but afterward joined the rest of the army near Warrenton, and marched with it into Maryland.


General McLaws was placed in command of a corps, and ordered to march on Harper's Ferry and capture Maryland Heights. A road was built up the side of the mountain, by which cannon were got to the summit, and when they opened fire Harper's Ferry at once surrendered. The troops, who had been for sixty hours under fire and without water on Elk Ridge, halted a few hours in Harper's Ferry, and then marched all night, and reached Sharpsburg when the troops of Jackson and Hood were retiring in disorder, and, driving back the National troops, restored the Confederate line.



At Fredericksburg his men were posted along the bank of the Rappahannock, opposite the city, and on Marye's Hill, where, from a sunken road, they drove back the National troops. At Chancellorsville his division formed the right wing of the Confederate force. At Gettysburg his division formed part of General James Longstreet's corps, which assaulted and drove back General Daniel E. Sickles's corps and other troops in the second day's fight.


At the siege of Knoxville he reluctantly carried out General Longstreet's order to assault Fort Saunders, and desisted from the attack when he perceived that success was impossible. He was subsequently summoned before a court-martial, which justified his conduct. He was chief in command at Salem Church, where he defeated General Sedgwick's assault. During General William T. Sherman's invasion, McLaws commanded the military district of Georgia, conducting the defence of Savannah, and afterward falling back on the line of the Salkehatchie, where he attempted to cheek General Sherman's northward march and resisted the crossing of the army over the three bridges successively. He commanded a division at the battle of Averysborough, North Carolina, 16 March, 1865, and at that of Goldsborough, on 21 March, and then was sent back to Augusta to resume command of the district of Georgia, but before he reached that place Gem Lee had surrendered, and the surrender of General Joseph E. Johnston, which followed, included his command.


After the close of the war General McLaws engaged in business, and was appointed collector of internal revenue at Savannah, Georgia, in 1875, and postmaster of that city in 1876. In November, 1886, he opened a series of lectures by northern and southern military leaders, that was instituted by the Grand army of the republic, in Boston, his subject being "The Maryland Campaign."


Edited Appletons Encyclopedia, Copyright © 2001
http://www.virtualology.com/lafayettemclaws/


Lafayette McLaws (1821-1897) - A division commander early in the war, Lafayette McLaws proved capable but not brilliant enough to warrant further advancement. A graduate of West Point in 1842, he had been serving as a captain of infantry for almost 10 years when he resigned his commission to join the South on March 23, 1861.


The native Georgian's assignments included: major, Infantry (May 1861); colonel, 10th Georgia (June 17, 1861); brigadier general, CSA (September 25, 1861); commanding 1st brigade, Department of the Peninsula (October 3 - November 10, 1861); commanding 2nd Division, Department of the Peninsula (November 10, 1861 - April 12, 1862); commanding division, Magruder's Command, Department of Northern Virginia (April 12 - July 1862); major general, CSA (May 23, 1862); commanding division, lst Corps, Army of Northern Virginia (July 1862 - September 9, 1863); commanding division, Longstreet's Corps, Army of Tennessee (September 19 - November 5, 1863); commanding division, Department of East Tennessee (November 5 - December 17, 1863); commanding District of Georgia and 3rd Military District of South Carolina, Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida (May 25 - July 1864); and commanding division, same department (July 1864 - April 9, 1865).


Serving on the Peninsula during the first year of his service, he saw action during the Seven Days. In the Maryland Campaign he fought at Harpers Ferry and Antietam and later at Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, and Gettysburg. He did not reach Chickamauga in time to serve with the part of the division which arrived from Virginia but took part in the Knoxville Campaign.


Longstreet became displeased with his cooperation and preparations for the assault at Fort Sanders and at Bean's Station. On December 17, 1863, he was relieved of command, and Longstreet brought charges against him for the Fort Sanders incident. A court found him guilty of some charges on May 4, 1864, but Jefferson Davis disapproved the findings on the 7th and ordered him back to duty with his division, now back in Virginia. It was thought better, however, to assign him other duty, and he was sent to the Southern coast where he fought at Bentonville during the Carolinas Campaign against Sherman. Following the surrender he was in insurance, a tax collector, and a postmaster. (Freeman, Douglas S., Lee's Lieutenants)
Source: "Who Was Who In The Civil War" by Stewart Sifakis http://www.civilwarhome.com/mclaws.htm


"A Soldier's General is also a working research site. A biography is in the research stage with the goal of using new primary research to tell the story. McLaws led a division whose four brigade commanders were pre-War civilians, something few other commanders were challenged with. Yet his men and officers fought well and many continued to be promoted, even after McLaws left the Army of Northern Virginia. The site provides useful information on his life, family, commands, and men. It will continually be updated as new information is uncovered. You can add to this by joining in discussions and chats, referring new information to the editor, and helping to uncover the stories of McLaws and his division.
I look forward to your active participation in learning more about this part of the Civil War." http://asoldiersgeneral.com/
A Soldier's General: The Civil War Letters of Major General Lafayette McLaws. http://asoldiersgeneral.com/purchase.htm




The U.S. Army deployed "its forces in regimental posts across the frontier" before 1846 and the War with Mexico. Lafayette McLaws served in the 6th and 7th U.S. Infantry Regiments between 1842 and 1861.


1860-McLaws was assigned to several expeditions against the Navajo Indians. He was posted to Forts Craig and Defiance.


January 16, 1861-McLaws learned of the secession proceedings and obtained a six-month leave of absence promised him in September 1860. He left Fort Bear Springs, "the fort being in the heart of the Rocky Mountains--snow 2 feet deep, thermometer 10 degress below zero.


January 20, 1861 - McLaws turned in his ordnance report at Albuquerque, New Mexico. True to form he retained a duplicate receipt for his records. He left for El Paso and then Fort Davis, Texas where caught a stage to Jefferson, Missouri and ultimately Louisville, Kentucky.


March 14, 1861- McLaws sent in his letter of resignation from Augusta, Georgia. He had just arrived after a very brief visit with his family in Louisville. The letter of resignation was approved by the U.S. Army on March 23.


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"Forsyth Park, Savannah, Georgia Confederate Memorial. The soldier on top of the monument, represents all of the men and boys who fought for the South long ago. The two men on the sides of the monument were brave and noble officers who led gallant charges in battle and finally succumbed to overwhelming odds.


It is flanked on the north side by the bust of Francis Bartow and on the south side by a bust of General Lafayette McLaws.


Francis Bartow was a native Savannahian who was killed in the first major battle of the war, "Bull Run" or what many Southerners call "First Manassas."


The other man and native Georgian, McLaws, survived the war and proved his ability as a brave soldier.


Indeed, McLaws was a brave man and warrior in every sense of the word. Born Jan. 15, 1821 in Augusta, Ga., he spent a year at the University of Virginia before transferring to West Point. He graduated from this prestigious military school in 1842.


Like many cadets during that era, McLaws befriended several young officers, some who would prove to be allies in the upcoming Civil War and some who would become deadly foes.


He spent four years in what was then known as "Indian territory" in Pensacola, Fla., until the outbreak of the Mexican War.


BAPTISM BY FIRE


Joining the American occupation force at Corpus Christi, Texas, Lt. McLaws longed to taste battle. Soon, his wish would come true.


He was reassigned to Monterey, Mexico, where the Mexican Army launched some of the fiercest fighting of the war and American casualties ran high. After Monterey, McLaws joined General Winfield Scott and took part in the siege of Veracruz, Mexico.


Not only did the Mexican War allow McLaws to experience battle for the first time, but he became acquainted with a young officer named Ulysses S. "Sam" Grant -- a connection that would prove valuable decades later.


OFF TO VIRGINIA BATTLEFIELDS


Georgia voted Jan. 19, 1861 to secede. By March McLaws resigned his officer's commission and returned to Georgia. In less than a month he was a newly-commissioned major in the Confederate army.


Rising to the rank of major general, McLaws participated in all of the Virginia and Maryland campaigns as part of the Army of Northern Virginia. He personally commanded a division at Gettysburg, earning a reputation as a stubborn, defensive fighter.


McLaws' military career continued to ascend, only to be blemished by a controversy with his commanding officer, former West Point classmate and fellow Augusta native Gen. James Longstreet.


After the Confederate failure at Knoxville, Tenn., Longstreet leveled charges against McLaws. The Georgian was accused of failure to execute orders and a general lack of cooperation. Many believed Longstreet needed a scapegoat for a poorly executed campaign, but a military court found McLaws guilty on several charges and he was relieved of command.


Only through President Davis' intervention did McLaws obtain another commission. He was placed in control of Confederate forces in the District of Georgia and was also responsible for Savannah's defenses.


It proved a fruitless cause. In a few months, Sherman and his troops invaded the state and McLaws and the entire Confederate army in the area had little choice but to flee.


After the war, McLaws opened an insurance business. In 1876, President Grant, McLaws' old friend and former Mexican War comrade, appointed McLaws to the position of collector of the Internal Revenue Service in Savannah, and later postmaster of Savannah.


McLaws died unexpectedly July 24, 1897 at his Anderson Street home in Savannah. He is buried in Laurel Grove Cemetery and his bust rests in a place of honor in the middle of Forsyth Park for each new generation to ponder."
From: Savannah on Line: By Timothy Daiss Staff Writer
http://www.savannah-online.com/full_story.cfm?sect=TourismOurCity &id=509


Gettysburg: When McLaws's brigades had gone as far as they could go in the dying light of July 2, Longstreet, who was evidently keeping a firm hand on McLaws's command, ordered them back before they were annihilated by the Union reserves which continued to arrive in front of them. The men of the division pulled back to safe positions from Devil's Den to the Peach Orchard for the night. McLaws's division had fought with deadly ferocity. Between them, Hood's and McLaws's divisions inflicted about 9,000 casualties on the Yankees of the Third, Second, and Fifth Corps. McLaws's casualties for the day were about 2,200, 30% of his force. The disparity in the losses is extraordinary, especially considering that McLaws and Hood were the attackers.


On July 3 McLaws's Division, as well as Hood's, were pulled back to the west side of Emmitsburg Road after the failure of Pickett's Charge.


McLaws did not write a report after the battle of Gettysburg. He later wrote that the attack was "unnecessary and the whole plan of battle a bad one." Longstreet, for his part, failed to commend McLaws in his report after the battle. McLaws never again served with the Army of Northern Virginia. Going west with Longstreet's Corp in the autumn, he was brought up on charges of lack of cooperation and negligence by Longstreet after the disappointing Knoxville Campaign. A court found McLaws guilty of some of the charges, but the next May, Jefferson Davis ordered that he be allowed back in the army. Lee declined to accept him, however, and assigned McLaws to South Carolina, where he spent the rest of the war.


McLaws, Lafayette. "Gettysburg." Southern Historical Society Papers 7, 1879. Reprint, Wilmington, 1990
_____, Papers, Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Duke University, Durham, NC
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Excerpted from "The Generals of Gettysburg: The Leaders of America's Greatest Battle" by Larry Tagg
http://www.rocemabra.com/~roger/tagg/generals/general42.html


1880 Census Household: Savannah, Chatham, Georgia
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Lafayette MCLAWS Self M Male W 55 GA Postmaster GA SC
Emily MCLAWS Wife M Female W 50 KY KY KY
John MCLAWS Son S Male W 26 MI Clerk In P.O. GA KY
Ulrick MCLAWS Son S Male W 18 GA At School GA KY
Annie MCLAWS Dau S Female W 13 GA Going To School GA KY
Virginia MCLAWS Dau S Female W 11 GA Going To School GA KY
Elizabeth MCLAWS Dau S Female W 10 GA Going To School GA KY
Johanna BELL Other S Female W 30 GA Servant GA GA
Lucy HARRIS Other M Female B 30 GA Servant GA GA
Morris BEASLY Other S Male B 11 GA Servant GA GA
Census Place Savannah, Chatham, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254138 NA Film Number T9-0138 Pg # 525A







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                       _William MCLAWS _____|
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|--Lafayette MCLAWS C.S.A.
|  (1821 - 1897)
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|                      _David HUGUENIN _____|
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|_Elizabeth HUGUENIN _|
  (1793 - 1848)       |
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                      |_Sarah KENNEY _______|
                        (1770 - ....)       |
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Henry PERKINS (PURKINS) II

ABT 1690 - AFT 23 Sep 1738

ID Number: I48643

  • RESIDENCE: Essex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1690, St. Ann's Parish, Old Rappahannock Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: AFT 23 Sep 1738, South Farnham Parish, Essex Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1730] [S3097] [S3339]
Father: Henry PERKINS (PURKINS) I
Mother: Mary


Family 1 : Cary FERGUSON (FARGESON)
  1. +Henry PERKINS (PURKINS) III
  2.  Sarah PERKINS (PURKINS)
  3.  Tabitha PERKINS (PURKINS)
  4.  Rachael PERKINS (PURKINS)
  5.  Johannah PERKINS (PURKINS)

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Index to marriages of Old Rappahannock County and Essex County, Va. Book D. 29, p. 348. Will of 21 September 1738, Essex County, Va. pp. 171-172.


Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #4148; Webb.FTW

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|--Henry PERKINS (PURKINS) II
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|_Mary______________________|
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ALICE de ST PHILLBERT

ABT 1330 - ____

ID Number: I25868


Family 1 : BRIAN de STAPLETON
  1. +MARGARET de STAPLETON

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Lawrence TALIAFERRO

8 Sep 1721 - 1 May 1748

ID Number: I42388

  • RESIDENCE: "Snow Creek" Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 8 Sep 1721, Spotsylvania Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1 May 1748, James City, Spotsylvania Co. Virginia
  • BURIAL: Old Hickory Neck, Toana, James City, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S613]
Father: John S. TALIAFERRO
Mother: Mary CATLETT


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Susanna Power (Wife)





                                                       _Robert TALIAFERRO I "the Immigrant"_+
                                                      | (1626 - 1671) m 1654                
                       _John "The Ranger" TALIAFERRO _|
                      | (1656 - 1720) m 1682          |
                      |                               |_Katherine DEBNAM ___________________+
                      |                                 (1628 - 1680) m 1654                
 _John S. TALIAFERRO _|
| (1687 - 1744) m 1718|
|                     |                                _Lawrence SMITH I "the Immigrant"____+
|                     |                               | (1629 - 1700) m 1651                
|                     |_Sarah SMITH __________________|
|                       (1660 - 1720) m 1682          |
|                                                     |_Mary DEBNAM ________________________+
|                                                       (1629 - 1700) m 1651                
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|--Lawrence TALIAFERRO 
|  (1721 - 1748)
|                                                      _John CATLETT II "the Immigrant"_____+
|                                                     | (1624 - 1670) m 1663                
|                      _John CATLETT III______________|
|                     | (1665 - 1724)                 |
|                     |                               |_Elizabeth UNDERWOOD ________________+
|                     |                                 (1632 - 1673) m 1663                
|_Mary CATLETT _______|
  (1692 - 1771) m 1718|
                      |                                _Daniel GAINES ______________________+
                      |                               | (1614 - 1682) m 1643                
                      |_Elizabeth GAINES _____________|
                        (1659 - ....)                 |
                                                      |_Margaret BERNARD ___________________+
                                                        (1625 - 1686) m 1643                

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