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Prince HENRY of Scotland

ABT 1119 - 12 Jun 1152

ID Number: I52804

  • TITLE: Prince
  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1119
  • DEATH: 12 Jun 1152
  • BURIAL: Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland
Father: DAVID I "The Saint" of Scotland
Mother: MAUD Countess of Huntingdon



                                                                                      _DUNCAN III "The Gracious" of Scotland_______________________+
                                                                                     | (1007 - 1040)                                               
                                   _MALCOLM III Canmore "Longneck" of Scotland_______|
                                  | (1033 - 1093) m 1068                             |
                                  |                                                  |_SYBIL FITZ_SIWARD of Northumbria____________________________+
                                  |                                                    (1014 - 1040)                                               
 _DAVID I "The Saint" of Scotland_|
| (1080 - 1153) m 1113            |
|                                 |                                                   _EDWARD "The Atheling" "The Exile" of Scotland_______________+
|                                 |                                                  | (1017 - 1057) m 1034                                        
|                                 |_MARGARET "Atheling" Saint of Scotland____________|
|                                   (1045 - 1093) m 1068                             |
|                                                                                    |_AGATHA von BRAUNSCHWEIG of Hungary__________________________+
|                                                                                      (1018 - 1054) m 1034                                        
|
|--HENRY of Scotland
|  (1119 - 1152)
|                                                                                     _SIGURD (Siward) "The Dane" Biornsson Earl of Northumberland_+
|                                                                                    | (1020 - 1055)                                               
|                                  _WALTHEOF II de HUNTINGDON Earl of Northumberland_|
|                                 | (1045 - 1076) m 1070                             |
|                                 |                                                  |_AELFLAED of Bernicia________________________________________+
|                                 |                                                    (1027 - ....)                                               
|_MAUD Countess of Huntingdon_____|
  (1072 - 1131) m 1113            |
                                  |                                                   _LAMBERT II von BOULOGNE of Lens_____________________________+
                                  |                                                  | (1022 - 1054) m 1053                                        
                                  |_JUDITH de BOULOGNE of Lens_______________________|
                                    (1054 - 1086) m 1070                             |
                                                                                     |_ADELAIDE de NORMANDY Countess of Aumale_____________________+
                                                                                       (1030 - 1084) m 1053                                        

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(RESEARCH QUERY) ALVIS\ALVES

____ - ____

ID Number: I17429

  • RESIDENCE: SCT TO VA
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S18]

Family 1 :
  1. +George ALVIS (ALVES)
  2. +William ALVES
  3. +John ALVIS "the Immigrant"
  4. +James A. ALVIS
  5.  Richard ALVIS C.S.A.
  6.  Ashley ALVIS C.S.A.

Notes


A lot of loose Alvis Grouped here for Research purposes - relationship of kids on this card to each other is not determined yet, but each ones descendants are. please write jbass@digital.net.


Possible spellings: ALVIS, ALVES, OLVIS, ALVICE have been mentioned in various records of the family.
George may have been from ENG because George was an official in the Anglican Church in VA. Possible Father & Mother of George Alves, might be: The Scottish Church records show: 1660, a George Alves was christened in Alves Parish, county of Moray Scotland; father, Alexander Alves - Margaret Andersone, dau of Alexander Andersone and Elizabeth Kellok.


Alexander Alves- Margaret Andersone - christened Nov 6, 1630; Fife, Scotland married June 15, 1651 - Alves Parish, Moray Scotland. Their Children: Jonathan b 1651; David b 1655; George b 1656; Alexander b 1657; John b 1658 and Issobell b 1662 all christened Church of SCT, Alves parish, Moray SCT.


The Scottish family of Alves is of great antiquity. Records show that it was known to be in Morayshire around 900 A.D. and in about 1050 when Scots took surnames, they adopted the name of Alves, the place they lived. Alves is derived from the Gaelic word "AILBHE" meaning rolling, rocky land. There is no connection with the Spanish family of Alves. The armorial bearings listed or rather recorded with Sir Thomas Innes, Lork Lyon of Armes, Edinburgh, shows that the family is of Celtic Origin.


The first Laird of "SHIPLAND" the seat of the family in Inverness was Sir John Alves of 1556.
Thomas Alves - Burgess of Inverness 9-26-1698
Thomas Alves, Jr. - Burgess of Inverness 6-5-1732
Alexander Alves - Burgess of Inverness 9-28-1785
Archibald Alves - Burgess of Inverness 8-19-1793.


MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY MENTIONED IN BURGH RECORDS etc:
Walter Alves - One of the inquistion on the lands of Meth - 1263.
William Alves - With other nobles of Moray, in 1561, supported Protestantism against the oppression of Chares II Shaw's History.
Blair Alves - Burgess of Elgin - 1603-6
Alexander Alves - Burgess of Forres - 1574-5
William Alves - Elected to Twon Council - 1642
Thomas Alves - Elected to Town Council - 1667
William Alves - Burgess of Inverness - 1671
Thomas Alves - Bailie for Forres - 1677-85
Thomas Alves - Burgess for Inverness - 1698
Thomas Alves - Treasurer of the Royal Burgh - 1708
Alexander Alves - Burgess of Elgin - 1765
Robert Alves - Professor and Poet-Elgin - 1745
John Alves-Maj. General of the Army-Elgin - 1863


THE MORAY, Principal Town: ELGIN, Population: 86,250, Area (Hectares): 223,694; Characteristics: Stretching from the Cairngorm Mountains northwards to a coastal lowland plain known as the Laigh of Moray, Moray is bisected by the River Spey which flows northwards to empty into the North Sea. The region is renowned for its many whisky distilleries and its chief towns are Elgin, Forres, Buckie, Fochabers, Keith, Dufftown and Tomintoul.


Council Address: The Moray Council, Council Offices, High Street, Elgin IV30 1BX
Council Chief Executive: Anthony Connell
Dept. of Geography, University of Edinburgh, 1996.
****
Scotland:
Alves, John Acceded: Shipland
Child 1: Alves, Anne Died: 19 JUL 1846; Married 13 SEP 1900 to Arbuthnot, William, Bt. 1st.
Child 1: Arbuthnot, Archibald Francis, b. 8 JAN 1805 son of
Arbuthnot, William, Bt. 1st. Born: 24 DEC 1766 Acceded: 24 AUG 1822 Died: 18 SEP 1829 Notes: Lord Provost of Edinburgh


Arbuthnot, Archibald Francis Born: 8 JAN 1805 Died: 31 MAR 1879
Married 12 DEC 1837 to Gough, Gertrude Sophia, Gough, Gertrude Sophia Died: 21 NOV 1882; Father: Gough, Hugh, Viscount Gough 1st, b. 3 NOV 1779, Acceded: 15 JUN 1849; Died: 2 MAR 1869; Notes:Field Marshall. Married 1807 to Stephens, Frances Maria


Mother: Stephens, Frances Maria
Child 1: Arbuthnot, George Gough, Sir, Died: 3 MAY 1929; m. 9 SEP 1873 to Boyle, Isabella Albinia d. 25 AUG 1929


Father: Boyle, Richard Cavendish, Rev., b. 28 FEB 1812
Mother: Gordon, Eleanor Vere
Child 1: Arbuthnot, Cecilia Albinia m. 10 OCT 1903 to Lygon, Robert, Lt.Col., Hon. b. 9 AUG 1879


Father: Lygon, Frederick, Earl of Beauchamp 6th, Born: 10 NOV 1830, Died: 19 FEB 1891


Married 18 FEB 1868 to Stanhope, Mary Catherine, Lady
Married 24 SEP 1878 to Pierrepont, Emily Annora Charlotte
Died: 11 MAY 1935


Father: Pierrepont, Sydney Herbert, Earl Manvers 3rd, b. 12 MAR 1825
Mother: de Franquetot, Georgine Jane Elizabeth
Died: 28 JUL 1910
Father: de Franquetot, Augustin Louis Joseph, Duc de Coigny
Mother: Pierrepont, Emily Annora Charlotte


Child 1: Lygon, Reginald Arthur, b. 28 JUL 1904 m. 5 FEB 1930 to Bell, Agnes Mary Louise
Father: Bell, George Fancourt, Rev. Canon


Child 1: Lygon, Margaret Annora Mary, b. 19 OCT 1931
Child 2: Lygon, Anne Juliet, b. 29 JAN 1937
Child 3: Lygon, Eleanor Barbara Muriel, b. 1 NOV 1938


1790 Census - Fayetteville, Cumberland Co. NCCumberland County 1790 Census
Fayetteville Town
Key: Column A - Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of families.
Column B - Free white males under 16 years
Column C - Free white females, including heads of families
Column D - All other Free persons
Column E - Slaves
Alves, Andrew 1 1 3 0 0
Genealogical Publications: A List of 50,000 Sources from the Library of Congress Family Histories


TITLE: Ancestors and descendants of the brothers Rev. Robert Rose and Rev. Charles Rose of Colonial Virginia and Wester Alves, Morayshire, Scotland : with information on their brothers Patrick, James, Hugh, George, and Alexander / AUTHOR(S): Rose, Christine. (Main)
PUBLISHED: San Jose, Calif. (1474 Montelegre Dr., San Jose 95120) : Privately published by Rose Family Association, 1985.
DESCRIPTION: xvi, 318 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
NOTES: Spine title: Rev. Robert Rose and Rev. Charles Rose of Scotland and Colonial Virginia. Includes index. Bibliography: p. [277]-280.
SUBJECTS: Rose family.
Virginia--Genealogy.
ALTERNATE TITLES: Rev. Robert Rose and Rev. Charles Rose of Scotland and Colonial Virginia.
LC CALL NO.: CS71.R7961985
DEWEY CLASS NO.: 929/.2/0973 ED: 19
FORMAT: Book
LCCN: 84-62409


Genealogical Publications: A List of 50,000 Sources from the Library of Congress
U.S. Local Histories and Biographies


TITLE: A history of northeast Dubois County.
AUTHOR(S): Kreitzer, Alves John, 1912- (Main)
PUBLISHED: Dubois, Ind., 1970.
DESCRIPTION: xi, 458 p. illus., facsim., maps, plans, ports. 24 cm.
SUBJECTS: Dubois County (Ind.)--History.
LC CALL NO.: F532.D8K7
DEWEY CLASS NO.: 917.72/37
FORMAT: Book
LCCN: 70-286258 //r84


Genealogical Publications: A List of 50,000 Sources from the Library of Congress Family Histories


TITLE: Aulwes family history and genealogy : a history of the immigrant brothers Bernhard and Frederick W. Aulwes, 1810-1899 and their descendants through 1983 /
AUTHOR(S): Jones, Zona Perry, 1933- (Main)
PUBLISHED: Decorah, Iowa (108 Washington St., Box 230, Decorah 52101) : Anundsen
Pub. Co., 1984.
DESCRIPTION: xvi, 431 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
NOTES: Includes index.
SUBJECTS: Alves family.
LC CALL NO.: CS71.A469541984
DEWEY CLASS NO.: 929/.2/0973 ED: 19
FORMAT: Book
LCCN: 84-71003


A Topographical Dictionary of England
A Topographical Dictionary of England: Volume 1
Y.
Preface
page xviii
Alves, Duncan D., Esq., Lime-st.-square, do.


Alves from Scotland a Gaelic name meaning "a hard rock". Alves small town in parish of Alves 4 miles west of Elgin Morayshire Scotland.


Alvis Charles H 9 Georgia Infantry. Private Private Confederate
Alvis Charles E 1 Batt'n Virginia Infantry. Local Defense. (Ordnance Battalion. Armory Battalion.) Private Private Confederate
Alvis Charles B 61 Tennessee Mtd. Infantry. (Pitts' Regiment. 81 Tenn. Inf.) Corporal Private Confederate
Alvis Charles A. K 50 Georgia Infantry. Private Private Confederate
Alvis Charles W. A 15 Virginia Infantry. Private Private Confederate
________________
Pallot's Marriage Index for England: 1780 - 1837
Alvis, Chas Spouse: Abby, Mary (35) Marriage Date: 1793 Parish: ST. MARYLEBONE





[S97] [S959]

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Mary BARKSDALE

ABT 1748 - 1834

ID Number: I91500

  • RESIDENCE: Albemarle and Bedford and Henry and Carroll Cos. VA and Green Co. TN and 1803 Harrison Co. IN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1748, prob. Albemarle Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1834, Harrison or Dubois Co. Indiana
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S3397] [S3399] [S3722]
Father: Thomas Henry BARKSDALE
Mother: Judith DUDLEY? CLAIBORNE?


Family 1 : William LINDSEY Sr.
  1. +Henry LINDSEY Sr.
  2.  William LINDSEY Jr.
  3.  Christopher "Kit" LINDSEY
  4.  Rebecca LINDSEY
  5.  Jesse LINDSEY
  6.  Mary "Polly" LINDSEY
  7.  Elizabeth LINDSEY
Family 2 : John HURST Sr.
  1.  Beverly HURST

Notes


CONFLICT: birth abt 1734. "A long-standing question concerning the Hurst and Lindsey families of Virginia has been the identity of the widow Mary Barkdale Lindsey who married the widower Capt. John Hurst about 1786. After John's first wife Lydia Ann Smith died, and sometime during or after his migration from the Shenandoah Valley to Southwest Virginia, he supposedly found the widow Lindsey in Bedford County, Virginia. John and Mary and their children eventually moved on to Greene County, Tennessee, where two of John and Lydia's children married two of Mary Barkdale Lindsey's children by her first marriage. Elijah Hurst married Mary Lindsey and Leah Hurst married Jesse Lindsey. In addition, Rebecca Lindsey married Frederick Scruggs. All these marriages were between 1797 and 1800.


"She married twice. First, William Lindsey, about 1775, father: James Lindsey, mother: (possibly) Sarah Daniel. They had six children. 1. William Lindsey. 2. Henry Lindsey. 3. Christopher Lindsey. 4. Rebecca Lindsey. 5. Mary (Polly) Lindsey, born 1778, died 1859. and 6. Jesse Lindsey. Mary Barksdale married a second time to John Hurst, in Shenandoah County. One child, Beverly Hurst. Mary Barksdale died in 1834 in Dubois County, Indiana"


"About 1792 after 10 years in Culpepper co. John Hurst yoked up his oxen and started his journey to Bedford co. Va. to marry Mary Lindsey his second wife.


The following story is preserved in the traditions of the Hurst family as given to me by Boliver Hurst.


"On arriving in Bedford co.Va., John made his first stop some 30 mi. or 2 days from where the widow Lindsey lived and when he had fairly settled he made ample preparations to go courting, by taking two ox teams and wagons, 2 of his boys and feed and lunch for a 2 day journey. They were ready to camp at the widow the second night. It so happened at this early day that mails were so slow and uncertain that questions of such importance could be more quickly settled by having both parties present when questions were open for discussion. On arrival at the widows, accomodations were meager, but the teams were tied to the wagon and supper prepared. You can now vision the old man past three score bald and grey, sitting at the end of the table, while Mary Lindsey, widow, sitting at the opposit end with 2 boys and 3 girls between. "I have come to marry you and take you back with me." The first notice he had given her of his purpose of making the journey over rough mountian roads with 2 wagons. Being faced with this sudden proposal Mary Lindsey with her many hardships, disappointments and sorrow in life could not make a reply. The matter was dropped and soon the boys were relating to the girls the incidents of their trip and of sleeping at nights with lizzards crawling over their necks. But Mary Linsey was sad- she was thinking- that night she slept not, tears flowed freely. Breakfast early as was the custom and soon the table was surrounded. John asked her, "Well, have you made up your mind? Her answer "No, I have not, but I recken I will.


They married at the Bedford co. courthouse. John and Mary had one child between them Beverly Hurst. Mary died in 1834 in Harrison county Indiana.


Her son Jessie Lindsey married his step-sister Leah Hurst and they settled in Dubois co. Indiana. It is listed in my notes that she had eleven children by her first husband but I do not know the names or if that is even correct."


[S3722] [S3397] [S3397]


                                                        _William BARKSDALE Sr. "the Immigrant"_+
                                                       | (1633 - 1694)                         
                              _William BARKSDALE Jr.___|
                             | (1675 - 1771)           |
                             |                         |_______________________________________
                             |                                                                 
 _Thomas Henry BARKSDALE ____|
| (1717 - 1788)              |
|                            |                          _______________________________________
|                            |                         |                                       
|                            |_Sallie (Sarah) COLLIER _|
|                              (1664 - 1721)           |
|                                                      |_______________________________________
|                                                                                              
|
|--Mary BARKSDALE 
|  (1748 - 1834)
|                                                       _______________________________________
|                                                      |                                       
|                             _________________________|
|                            |                         |
|                            |                         |_______________________________________
|                            |                                                                 
|_Judith DUDLEY? CLAIBORNE? _|
  (1718 - 1748)              |
                             |                          _______________________________________
                             |                         |                                       
                             |_________________________|
                                                       |
                                                       |_______________________________________
                                                                                               

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[S3397]

[S3399]

[S3722]

[S3722]

[S3397]

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John Fendall CARR

ABT 1770 - ____

ID Number: I43521

  • RESIDENCE: NC and Williamson Co. TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1770
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1580]

Family 1 : Elizabeth DALTON
  1.  Elizabeth "Betsy" CARR
  2.  Nancy CARR

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Sarah DEDMAN

31 May 1755 - 15 Aug 1835

ID Number: I83699

  • RESIDENCE: Louisa and Albemarle Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 31 May 1755
  • DEATH: 15 Aug 1835
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2815]
Father: Samuel DEDMAN Sr.
Mother: Mary FIELD


Notes


2 Sarah DEDMAN b: 31 May 1755 d: 15 Aug 1835 + John EVERETT

                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Samuel DEDMAN Sr.___|
| (1720 - 1800) m 1746|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Sarah DEDMAN 
|  (1755 - 1835)
|                                            _Henry FIELD ________+
|                                           | (1720 - 1778)       
|                      _John FIELD Sr.______|
|                     | (1740 - 1789)       |
|                     |                     |_Ann LIGHTFOOT ______
|                     |                       (1720 - 1778)       
|_Mary FIELD _________|
  (1725 - 1819) m 1746|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Margaret "Maggie" EMBRY

ABT 1870 - ABT 1920

ID Number: I93870

  • RESIDENCE: Jessamine Co. KY and Umatilla, FL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1870, Kentucky
  • DEATH: ABT 1920
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3056]

Family 1 : George Valentine de VAULT

Notes


Kentucky Marriages 1851-1900 (found on Ancestry.com)


Kentucky Marriages 1851-1900 (found on Ancestry.com)

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ELIZABETH de FERRERS

ABT 1336 - Oct 1375

ID Number: I56125

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1336
  • DEATH: Oct 1375
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2174]

Family 1 : DAVID STRATHBOGIE
  1.  ELIZABETH de STRATHBOGIE

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Woodrow GARRIS


!LIVING

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Sarah GILES

ABT 1775 - by 1808

ID Number: I20746

  • RESIDENCE: SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1775
  • DEATH: by 1808
  • RESOURCES: See: [S688] [S2349]

Family 1 : John DUNNAM

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Kenyon Thompson KENDRICK

1796 - ____

ID Number: I81329

  • RESIDENCE: Granville Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 1796, of Granville Co. North Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:1TWJ-23)
Father: William KENDRICK
Mother: Elizabeth Ann THOMPSON


Notes


Kenyon Thompson KENDRICK (AFN:1TWJ-23) Born: 1796 Place: Granville Co, NC

                                                 _(RESEARCH QUERY) KENDRICK of GA > LA > TX_
                                                |                                           
                           _James KENDRICKS ____|
                          | (1730 - ....)       |
                          |                     |___________________________________________
                          |                                                                 
 _William KENDRICK _______|
| (1755 - 1838) m 1778    |
|                         |                      ___________________________________________
|                         |                     |                                           
|                         |_Susannah ROBERSON __|
|                           (1730 - ....)       |
|                                               |___________________________________________
|                                                                                           
|
|--Kenyon Thompson KENDRICK 
|  (1796 - ....)
|                                                ___________________________________________
|                                               |                                           
|                          _William THOMPSON ___|
|                         | (1730 - ....)       |
|                         |                     |___________________________________________
|                         |                                                                 
|_Elizabeth Ann THOMPSON _|
  (1758 - 1800) m 1778    |
                          |                      ___________________________________________
                          |                     |                                           
                          |_Hannah BELL ________|
                            (1730 - ....)       |
                                                |___________________________________________
                                                                                            

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Sarah "Sally" KERSEY

ABT 1790 - ____

ID Number: I89954

  • BIRTH: ABT 1790
  • RESOURCES: See: [S933]

Family 1 : William Byars CORLEY

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Jeremiah LINDSEY

ABT 1750 - 1800

ID Number: I102969

  • RESIDENCE: of New Kent or Hanover Co. VA and 1794 Oglethorpe Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • DEATH: 1800, Greene Co. Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S3725]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) LINDSEY


Family 1 :
  1.  Isabel LINDSEY

Notes


Samuel Davis Durham had married Isabella/Isabel Lindsey, the daughter of Jeremiah Lindsey who had migrated from St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County, Virginia, to Oglethorpe County, Georgia, c. 1794. These people were cut into Greene County which the county lines changed c. 1799.


This Jeremiah Lindsey, Sr. died with a will in Greene County, Georgia, in 1800.


TIMELINE


c. 1652-68 (forget the exact date now, just consider the general time period) A John Maddison received land in New Kent County, Virginia, for the importation of a whole bunch of people into the Virginia Colony. On this one grant was, one of the men imported, a Jno. Durham. In the St. Peter's Parish Register of New Kent County, Virginia,


c. 1698-1701 one
James Durum Durham) with wife, Eliza, had the birth of a daughter Susannah and a
son, James recorded.


c. 1702-3 St. Peter's Parish is divided and part becomes St. Paul's Parish. Then


c. 1720 Hanover County is formed from New Kent and St. Paul's Parish become part of Hanover instead of New Kent.


c. 1710-1713 one Jeremiah Lindsey (various spellings and misspellings) gets a land grant in Bissland Parish of New Kent County which is paid for by his father, Joseph in pounds of tobacco.


On the 1704 Quit Rent Rolls both Joseph Lindsey and a William Lindsey, I think, are listed in New Kent. Since Joseph has more land, perhaps, he is the father and William is a son and then Jeremiah is a younger son who does not come of age (?) until about 1710. Then we have James Durum/Durham also in New Kent and a John Durham in King and Queen, I think. These Durham men would have been just about the right age to have been sons of the imported
Jno. Durham.


It has always bothered/interested me that Durhams and Lindsey/Lindsays were
still connected/married to each other in North Carolina. I think I recall a posting by someone on the lists that they had found a deed in North Carolina that referenced back to a William Lindsey in the New Kent area. There is a book published on the Bissland and James City Parish register which has a number of references on at least one William Lindsey and other connections.
Bissland Parish and St. Paul's Parish were right next to each other. Just a few miles apart. I don't think these families moved very far, the place names just changed.


Both Durham/Durum and Lindsey (various spellings) references appear in the Vestry Book of St. Paul's Parish beginning in the 1720's. There is an early James Durham who is a pensioner and an early Abraham Durham and the Lindseys and Durhams continue to be neighbors in the land processionings.


I am guessing/theorizing that this older Abraham Durham was probably also a son of James of New Kent born after c. 1701 and whose birth was not entered in the register because they had been cut into St. Paul's Parish.


I have no idea how many Jeremiah Lindseys there were. There had to be at least two, an older one and then the one that was in the militia.


I have figured out that the Lindseys and the Durhams lived in the southern part of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County because of the various petitions that they signed about the county lines etc. on the Chickahominy Swamp.


c. 1785-6 my Abraham Durham and his wife, Sarah/Sally _?_ migrated to Wilkes County, Georgia, by 1787, were cut into Oglethorpe County, Georgia, c. 1793 and then moved on westward to Clarke County, Georgia, c. 1812.


My Abraham Durham died with a will in Clarke County, Georgia, in 1826.


A Samuel Davis Durham also migrated to Georgia perhaps about the same time as Abraham Durham. I think that this Samuel Davis Durham is the Samuel Durham with Abraham Durham on the early Wilkes County, Georgia, tax lists prior to 1800.


My Abraham Durham was the administrator of the estate of Samuel Davis Durham in Greene County, Georgia, in 1800. These two Durham men and their families obviously knew each other, but this Abraham Durham was not the father of Samuel David Durham as some researchers have reported.


The early part of this theory definitely does not fit some of the recorded, but unverified, family tradition information put down by some earlier researchers on the family of Samuel Davis Durham and Isabella Lindsey in regard to the Durhams, but it is what I have found.


Does anyone have any more information or ideas on the origins of James Durham and Joseph Lindsey on the 1704 Quit Rents Rolls?


Lots of food for thought here. I am open to ideas. Was Joseph Lindsey the immigrant or
was there an earlier generation in the colonies.


I found additional information on John Maddison on the Madison List on either rootsweb or genealogy.com which has information on John Maddison back in England. Perhaps John Durham was from the same part of England as John Maddison. Was John Durham somebody John Maddison knew from England or just an indentured servant he bought on the wharf just off the ship from overseas?


Vivian Cates, vcates@inu.net , amateur genealogist researching Jeremiah Lindsey b. circa, 1735-40 St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County, Virginia, d.1800 Greene County, Georgia. A 1710 Land Patent in New Kent County, Virginia identifies a Joseph Lindsey (b. circa 1670) as father of a Jeremiah Lindsey. Thus there were probably at least two generations of Jeremiah Lindseys in Hanover which was taken from New Kent County, VA in 1720. A Joseph Lindsey and a William Lindsey were on the 1704 quit rent roll for New Kent County, VA.


1798 Jeremiah Linsey Oglthorpe County
1798 1800-1802 Abraham Lindsay Wilkes County



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Thomas MCGUIRE

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ID Number: I97191

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3546]

Family 1 : Elizabeth BOND

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(RESEARCH QUERY) MUNNERLYN

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ID Number: I58495

  • RESIDENCE: Williamsburg Dist. SC & GA & FL
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes

Family 1 :
  1.  James MUNNERLYN
  2.  Agnes MUNNERLYN
  3. +John Lewis MUNNERLYN
  4.   MUNNERLYN
  5.  Charles J. MUNNERLYN C.S.A.

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George RUCKER Jr.

10 Oct 1780 - 1 Oct 1853

ID Number: I27600

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co. VA and Franklin Co. GA
  • BIRTH: 10 Oct 1780, Culpeper Co. Virginia [S2599]
  • DEATH: 1 Oct 1853, Franklin Co. Georgia [S2599]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S977] [S1026] [S2599]
Father: George RUCKER Sr.
Mother: Catherine EHART


Family 1 : Lucy LAVELLE

                                             _Peter RUCKER Sr. "the Immigrant"_+
                                            | (1661 - 1743) m 1679             
                       _Thomas RUCKER ______|
                      | (1683 - 1763) m 1710|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth FIELDING? _____________
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| (1729 - 1815) m 1780|
|                     |                      _Cornelius I REYNOLDS ____________+
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|                     |_Elizabeth REYNOLDS _|
|                       (1690 - 1788) m 1710|
|                                           |_Margaret BEASLEY ________________
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|--George RUCKER Jr.
|  (1780 - 1853)
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|                      _Michael EHART ______|
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|_Catherine EHART ____|
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                      |_Katherine___________|
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