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Hannah Elizabeth BARROW

14 May 1847 - 1913

ID Number: I101409

  • RESIDENCE: Mobile Co. AL and MS and Sugartown, near DeRidder, LA
  • BIRTH: 14 May 1847, Mobile, Alabama
  • DEATH: 1913
  • BURIAL: Hopewell Baptist Cemetery
  • RESOURCES: See: [S727] [S3673]

Family 1 : George Washington HIGGINBOTHAM C.S.A.
  1. +Roxy Ann HIGGINBOTHAM
  2.  Harriett Jane HIGGINBOTHAM
  3.  Martha Elizabeth HIGGINBOTHAM
  4.  Margaret O. HIGGINBOTHAM
  5.  Mary Eveline HIGGINBOTHAM
  6.  Simon Peter HIGGINBOTHAM
  7.  William Franklin HIGGINBOTHAM
  8.  Joseph Middleton HIGGINBOTHAM

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Hanna Eliza (Anna?) Barrow Mobile, AL and Beauregard Parish, LA

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William Cullen BRYANT

12 Aug 1856 - 26 May 1926

ID Number: I53614

  • RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co. VA & Birmingham, AL
  • BIRTH: 12 Aug 1856, Cumberland Co. VA
  • DEATH: 26 May 1926, Birmingham, Alabama
  • BURIAL: Birmingham, Alabama
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1939]
Father: Richard A. BRYANT C.S.A.
Mother: Eugenia D. WHITE


Family 1 : Mattie Francis TATUM
  1. +Ryland C. BRYANT Sr.

                                                         _James BRYANT _______+
                                                        | (1768 - 1835) m 1810
                            _Silas Stevens BRYANT Sr.___|
                           | (1813 - 1884) m 1830       |
                           |                            |_Hopee STEVENS ______+
                           |                              (1780 - ....) m 1810
 _Richard A. BRYANT C.S.A._|
| (1831 - 1862) m 1855     |
|                          |                             _Richard ANDERSON ___+
|                          |                            | (1780 - ....)       
|                          |_Elizabeth Dabney ANDERSON _|
|                            (1810 - 1883) m 1830       |
|                                                       |_Fanny_______________
|                                                         (1780 - ....)       
|
|--William Cullen BRYANT 
|  (1856 - 1926)
|                                                        _____________________
|                                                       |                     
|                           ____________________________|
|                          |                            |
|                          |                            |_____________________
|                          |                                                  
|_Eugenia D. WHITE ________|
  (1837 - 1924) m 1855     |
                           |                             _____________________
                           |                            |                     
                           |____________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |_____________________
                                                                              

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Joan ELLZEY


!LIVING

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Gen Stephen Dill LEE C.S.A.

22 Sep 1833 - 29 May 1908

ID Number: I66218

  • TITLE: Gen
  • OCCUPATION: 1st President of MS State University 1880-1899
  • RESIDENCE: Charleston, SC and Starkville, and Vicksburg, MS
  • BIRTH: 22 Sep 1833, Charleston, South Carolina
  • DEATH: 29 May 1908, Vicksburg, Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S1647] [S2496]
Father: Thomas Miles LEE M.D.
Mother: Caroline ALISON


Family 1 : Regina Lilly HARRISON
  1.  Blewett LEE

Notes


"To you Sons of Confederate Veterans, we submit the vindication of the cause for which we fought; to your strength will be given the defense of the Confederate soldier's good name, the guardianship of his history, the emulation of his virtues, the perpetuation of those principles he loved and which made him glorious and which you also cherish. Remember, it is your duty to see that the true history of the South is presented to future generations."


--Lieutenant General Stephen Dill Lee, C.S.A


"Stephen Dill Lee was born on September 22, 1833, in Charleston, South Carolina, and was distantly related to Robert E. Lee. After graduating from West Point in 1854, he served in the US Army for seven years, in artillery and staff positions. In February of 1861, he resigned and joined the Confederate army. Lee was a member of Brig. Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard's staff at Fort Sumter, and performed well as an artillerist at the Second Battle of Bull Run and Antietam. In Mississippi, he became an artillery brigadier general, participating in the fighting at Chickasaw Bayou, Champion's Hill and the Siege of Vicksburg. Captured at Vicksburg, he was exchanged and promoted to major general. In May of 1864, he was appointed commander of the Department of Alabama, Mississippi and East Louisiana. Promoted to lieutenant general to rank from June 23, 1864, he led troops in the Atlanta Campaign, the Battle of Ezra Church and the Franklin and Nashville Campaign. He was wounded while retreating from Nashville, and was unable to return to active duty until the last Carolinas Campaign. He was surrendered in April of 1865. In the years after the Civil War, Lee lived in Mississippi. There, he worked as a farmer, a member of the state legislature and first president of the Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College (1878-97). One of the founders and active members of the United Confederate Veterans, Lee served as its president from 1904 to 1908. He also helped promote women's rights, wrote about history and made efforts to preserve the Vicksburg battlefield sites. Lee died in Vicksburg, Mississippi, on May 29, 1908.


STEPHEN DILL LEE, LL. D. Tulane University, La. Graduated at West Point, 1854. First Lieutenant 4th Artillery, U.S. A., 1854-61, and three years regimental quartermaster in same. Resigned commission and accepted commission of Captain, C. S. A. Along with Gens. Wade HAMPTON and Richard H. ANDERSON, was one of the three Lieutenant-Generals in the Confederate Army appointed from South Carolina. Was at various times an artillery, cavalry and infantry commander, the superior training that he had received at West Point having made him competent to hold any of these commands. He volunteered for the War with his native State, but after the termination of the great struggle, he took up his work for peace in Mississippi, as first president of the State A. & M. College, and latterly as Commissioner of the Vicksburg Military Park.


As an aide to Gen. BEAUREGARD, he was sent by that General, together with another young South Carolinian, to Major Robert ANDERSON, to demand the surrender of Fort Sumter. When the Federal officer refused to surrender, it was then Capt. LEE who gave the command to the Confederate gunner to open fire on the fort, this beginning in fact the War for Southern Independence. When the South Carolina troops, of HAMPTON'S Legion, set out for Virginia, young Capt. LEE took out, in the famous command, his battery–the Washington Artillery of Charleston. He received his commission of Major in the artillery in Nov. 1861, and after the Battle of Yorktown, his work of handling the cannon appealed so forcibly to Gen. JOHNSTON, that that officer immediately made him a Lieutenant-CoIonel. After courageous and effective work as MAGRUDER'S chief of artillery in the seven-days fight around Richmond, Lieut.-Col. LEE was given the command of the 4th Virginia Cavalry, where he displayed a wonderful knowledge of this branch of the service. As a Colonel he was transferred back to the artillery service, and worked great havoc with his 20 guns on his campaign against [p.450] POPE. At the second Manassas battle, Col. LEE won his greatest military reputation, for every one believed that he had saved the day, and that he had turned victory to the Southern army. At Sharpsburg, he made another great name for himself, and in this fight 90 horses and 100 men were lost by the little battalion under his command. After the Battle of Antietam, Col. LEE was promoted to the command of Brigadier and was sent out West to assume charge of the defenses around Vicksburg. History has written of the brave defense of Vicksburg and its poorly planned surrender. Much credit has been given to Gen. LEE for the gallant part he took in the defense. After the surrender Gen. LEE was commissioned a Major-General and was placed in command of all of the cavalry in the army of the Mississippi. Later he was given control of the Department of Alabama, Mississippi and Eastern Louisiana, where he did, as usual, most creditable service. At the age of 31, the brave South Carolinian received his commission as Lieutenant-General in the Confederate forces. He then was in HOOD'S command, and it was due to LEE'S superior military knowledge that the Confederates were not subjected to humiliation after their illfated campaign around Nashville. Shortly after this a serious wound, the first that he had received, incapacitated him from further service during the war.



Served respectively as Captain, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel, Brigadier-General, Major-General and Lieutenant-General.


Commanded Confederates at Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi, when SHERMAN was defeated, and in Battles of Tupelo, Mississippi, Atlanta, Ga., Jonesborough, Ga., Franklin, Nashville, Tenn.


After the war was planter in Mississippi; State Senator, 1870; member of Constitutional Convention, Mississippi, 1890; chairman Historical Committee, Association of United Confederate Veterans; Lieutenant-General Commanding Army of Tennessee, Department United Confederate Veterans; president Mississippi Historical Society; president Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1880-99; elected General Commanding United Confederate Veterans, 1904; Commissioner of Vicksburg National Military Park, after 1st Mar. 1899.


LEE, Stephen Dill, soldier and educator, was born in Charleston, S.C., Sept. 22, 1833; son of Thomas and Caroline (Alison) Leo, grandson of Judge Thomas and Kezia (Miles) Lee, and great grandson of William Lee, a leading citizen of Charleston, who was confined in the prison ship, and transferred to St. Augustine, Fla., by the the British during the American Revolution.


Stephen Dill Leo was graduated at the U.S. Military academy in 1854, and promoted 2d Lieutenant, 4th U.S. artillery; was promoted 1st lieutenant, Oct. 31, 1856; served in the Seminole War, 1856-57; was appointed assistant adjutant-general of the Department of Florida, August, 1857; served as quartermaster of the 4th artillery, 1857-61, and was on frontier duty, 1857-61. He resigned his commission, Feb. 20, 1861, and was appointed a captain in the South Carolina army. He was aide-de-camp to General Beauregard, and prior to the bombardment of Fort Sumter, in company with Col. James Chestnut, he carried the formal demand to Major Anderson for the surrender of the fort. He served as quartermaster, commissary, engineer officer, and distributing officer for the army in Charleston; was commissioned captain in the Confederate States army, and was given command of the light battery of Hampton's South Carolina legion. He was promoted successively major, lieutenant-colonel and colonel of artillery, and participated in the Peninsula campaign, in the battles of Seven Pines, Savage's Station and Malvern Hill. He commanded a battalion of artillery in Lee's army during the campaign against Pope, a battalion at the second battle of Manassas, and at Sharpsburg. He was commissioned brigadier-general for gallantry at the battle of Sharpsburg, Nov. 6, 1863; commanded the garrison and batteries at Vicksburg, Miss., 1862-63; was in command of the provisional division at Chickasaw Bluffs, and repelled the attack made by General Sherman's army, with one brigade of the Vicksburg garrison, Dec. 28-29, 1862. He had command of the entire line from Vicksburg to Snyder's Mill. At the battle of Champion Hills, May 18, 1863, his brigade in Stephenson's division bore the brunt of the battle, and nearly half of his men were killed, wounded or prisoners. In the siege of Vicksburg a part of his brigade was driven from their intrenchments in the assault by Grant, May 22, 1863, but recovered the position before the close of the day, and after the fall of Vicksburg he was exchanged and promoted major-general, Aug. 3, 1863. He was in command of the cavalry forces in Mississippi. West Tennessee, Alabama and East Louisiana. While in command of cavalry he organized several regiments. He was in command at the battle of Tupelo, Miss., July 14, 1864, where with about 6000 cavalry and dismounted men he fought a drawn battle with a [p.389] superior force, compelling Gen. A. J. Smith to retreat to Memphis, Tenn. He was promoted lieutenant-general, June 23., 1864; commanded a corps in the battles around Atlanta, and lead the assault at Ezra Church, July 28, 1864.


During the invasion of Tennessee he was in command of a corps in Hood's army, was severely wounded at Nashville, and was succeeded in command by Gen. C. L. Stevenson, who conducted the retreat across the Tennessee. General Lee resumed command of his corps in North Carolina, and surrendered with Gen. Joseph E. Johnston's army at High Point, N.C.


He then removed to Mississippi, and was married, Feb. 9, 1865, to Regina, daughter of James Thomas and Regina (Blewett) Harrison, of Columbus, Miss. He was elected state senator in 1870, and was the first president of the Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical college, 1880-99. He was a member of the constitutional convention which framed the new constitution of Mississippi in 1890, chairman of the historical committee, Association of United Confederate Veterans, and on Nov. 5, 1894, lieutenant-general commanding the Army of Tennessee, Department of the United Confederate Veterans. The degree of LL.D. was conferred on him by Tulane university in 1896. On March 1, 1899, he was appointed by Secretary of War Alger a member of the commission for organizing the Vicksburg national military park.
Src: The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volume VI, page 389.


Stephen Dill Lee
Highest Rank: Lieut-Gen
Birth Date: 1833
Birth Place: Charleston, South Carolina
Biography:
LEE, STEPHEN D.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
Captain, Corps of Artillery, C. S. A., March 16, 1861.
Major, Corps of Artillery, P. A. C. S., November, 1861.
Lieutenant colonel, Corps of Artillery, P. A. C. S., November, 1862.
Colonel, Corps of Artillery, P. A. C. S., 1862.
Brigadier general, P. A. C. S., November 6, 1862.
Major general, P. A. C. S., August 31, 1863.
Lieutenant general, P. A. C. S., June 23, 1864.
Commands.
Assigned as captain, C. S. A., to command of company of Washington Artillery, 1861.
Brigade composed of Seventeenth, Nineteenth, Twenty-second and Twenty-seventh Louisiana Regiments, and Second and Forty-sixth Mississippi Regiments, the First Louisiana Heavy Artillery, First Tennessee Heavy Artillery; the last two regiments garrisoning the fixed batteries at Vicksburg.
Assigned, August 16, 1863, to command of all the cavalry in the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, East Louisiana and West Tennessee.
Assigned, May 4, 1864, to the command of the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, East Louisiana and West Tennessee.
Assigned, July 27, 1864, to the command of Hood's Corps, composed of the divisions of D. H. Hill, Stevenson and Clayton, Army of Tennessee.


Lee, Stephen Dill, born in South Carolina, appointed from South Carolina cadet United States Military Academy, July 1, 1850; graduated seventeenth in a class of forty-six.
Second lieutenant, Fourth Artillery, July 1, 1854.
First lieutenant, October 31, 1856.
Regimental quartermaster, September 18, 1857, to February 8, 1861.
Resigned February 20, 1861.
Source: General Officers of the Confederate States of America
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Presidents of the College/University
General Stephen D. Lee (1880-1899)
The Agricultural and Mechanical College of the State of Mississippi, one of the national Land-Grant Colleges established after Congress had passed the Morrill Act in 1862. It was created by the Mississippi Legislature on February 28, 1878, to fulfill the mission of offering training in agriculture, horticulture and the mechanical arts . . . without excluding other scientific and classical studies, including military tactics. The College received its first students in the fall of 1880 in the presidency of General Stephen D. Lee. (now Mississippi State, Starkville, MS)




                                               _William LEE ________+
                                              | (1747 - 1803) m 1769
                         _Thomas LEE _________|
                        | (1769 - 1839) m 1791|
                        |                     |_Ann THEUS __________+
                        |                       (1750 - 1797) m 1769
 _Thomas Miles LEE M.D._|
| (1809 - 1870) m 1831  |
|                       |                      _____________________
|                       |                     |                     
|                       |_Keziah MILES _______|
|                         (1775 - 1854) m 1791|
|                                             |_____________________
|                                                                   
|
|--Stephen Dill LEE C.S.A.
|  (1833 - 1908)
|                                              _____________________
|                                             |                     
|                        _____________________|
|                       |                     |
|                       |                     |_____________________
|                       |                                           
|_Caroline ALISON ______|
  (1811 - 1839) m 1831  |
                        |                      _____________________
                        |                     |                     
                        |_____________________|
                                              |
                                              |_____________________
                                                                    

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Sally Harrison Steward MINGE

9 Aug 1829 - Nov 1851

ID Number: I92310

  • RESIDENCE: of Richmond, VA and Franklin, LA and Fort Gates, TX
  • BIRTH: 9 Aug 1829, of Richmond, Virginia [464041]
  • DEATH: Nov 1851, Fort Gates, Texas
  • BURIAL: Shockoe Hill Cemetery, Richmond, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2128] [S3428]
Father: John MINGE
Mother: Mary Griffin ADAMS


Family 1 : George Edward PICKETT C.S.A.
  1.   PICKETT

[464041]
Alt 28 Mar 1833


                                             _David MINGE of "Weyanoke"_____+
                                            | (1751 - 1781) m 1765          
                       _John MINGE _________|
                      | (1766 - ....) m 1795|
                      |                     |_Christine SHIELDS ____________+
                      |                       (1745 - ....) m 1765          
 _John MINGE _________|
| (1796 - ....) m 1820|
|                     |                      _Benjamin HARRISON of Virginia_+
|                     |                     | (1726 - 1791) m 1748          
|                     |_Sarah HARRISON _____|
|                       (1770 - 1812) m 1795|
|                                           |_Elizabeth BASSETT ____________+
|                                             (1730 - 1792) m 1748          
|
|--Sally Harrison Steward MINGE 
|  (1829 - 1851)
|                                            _______________________________
|                                           |                               
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_______________________________
|                     |                                                     
|_Mary Griffin ADAMS _|
  (1800 - 1869) m 1820|
                      |                      _______________________________
                      |                     |                               
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_______________________________
                                                                            

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Moses NORMAN

10 Jan 1788 - Jul 1849

ID Number: I94680

  • RESIDENCE: Lincoln Co. NC and TN and Stoddard Co. MO
  • BIRTH: 10 Jan 1788, Lincoln Co. North Carolina
  • DEATH: Jul 1849, Essex, Stoddard Co. Missouri
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S2140] [S3483]
Father: James NORMAN
Mother: Polly WILSON


Family 1 : Rachel WELCH
  1.  Samuel NORMAN
  2.  William W. NORMAN
  3.  Rachel NORMAN
  4.  Easter NORMAN
  5. +Anna Eve NORMAN
  6.  James NORMAN
  7.  Lavina Carolina NORMAN

Notes


Rachel Welch (Wife) b. 7 Oct 1786 in Lincoln Co., NC Marriage: ABT 1804
Children:
Anna Eve Norman b. 13 Aug 1812 in TN
Samuel Norman b. About 1805
William W. Norman
Rachel Norman
Easter Norman
James Norman
? Norman
? Norman b. About 1820
? Norman b. About 1822
Lavina Caroline Norman


                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _James NORMAN _______|
| (1763 - 1825) m 1783|
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Moses NORMAN 
|  (1788 - 1849)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Polly WILSON _______|
  (1763 - 1809) m 1783|
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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Queen MARGUERITE de PROVENCE of France

1221 - 20 Dec 1295

ID Number: I28410

  • TITLE: Queen
  • RESIDENCE: FR & ENG
  • BIRTH: 1221, St Maime B., Forcalquier, Alpes-de-Haute-P, France
  • DEATH: 20 Dec 1295, Amesbury, England or Paris, France
  • BURIAL: Saint Denis, Seine-St-Denis, France
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS 8XJF-0M [S1033] [S2159]
Father: RAYMOND IV BERENGAR de Provence
Mother: BEATRIX de SAVOIE of Savoie


Family 1 : LOUIS IX "The Saint" de FRANCE of France
  1.  BLANCHE de FRANCE of France
  2.  ISABELLE de FRANCE of France
  3.  LOUIS de FRANCE of France
  4. +PHILIPPE III "The Bold " de FRANCE of France
  5.  JEAN de FRANCE of France
  6.  JEAN-TRISTAN de FRANCE of France
  7.  PIERRE de FRANCE of France
  8.  BLANCHE de FRANCE of France
  9.  MARGUERITE de FRANCE of France
  10.  ROBERT de France de CLERMONT of France
  11.  AGNES de FRANCE of France

                                                                                         _ALFONSO II "The Chaste" PROVENCE of Aragon_
                                                                                        | (1157 - 1196)                              
                                   _ALFONSO II (Alfonsez) "el Casto" PROVENCE of Aragon_|
                                  | (1174 - 1209) m 1193                                |
                                  |                                                     |____________________________________________
                                  |                                                                                                  
 _RAYMOND IV BERENGAR de Provence_|
| (1195 - 1245) m 1219            |
|                                 |                                                      ____________________________________________
|                                 |                                                     |                                            
|                                 |_GERSINDE II de SABRAN Countess of Forcalquier_______|
|                                   (1181 - 1209) m 1193                                |
|                                                                                       |____________________________________________
|                                                                                                                                    
|
|--MARGUERITE de PROVENCE of France
|  (1221 - 1295)
|                                                                                        _St. HUMBERT III de SAVOIE _________________+
|                                                                                       | (1136 - 1189) m 1175                       
|                                  _THOMAS I de SAVOIE Count of Savoie__________________|
|                                 | (1177 - 1233) m 1195                                |
|                                 |                                                     |_BEATRIX de MACON __________________________+
|                                 |                                                       (1138 - 1184) m 1175                       
|_BEATRIX de SAVOIE of Savoie_____|
  (1201 - 1266) m 1219            |
                                  |                                                      _GUILLAUME I GENEVA ________________________+
                                  |                                                     | (1130 - 1195) m 1177                       
                                  |_MARGARET de GENEVA _________________________________|
                                    (1180 - 1257) m 1195                                |
                                                                                        |_BEATRIX de FAUCIGNY _______________________+
                                                                                          (1138 - ....) m 1177                       

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Jane QUISENBERRY

ABT 1704 - ____

ID Number: I44331

  • RESIDENCE: King George Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1704
  • RESOURCES: See: [S765] [S2284]
Father: Humphrey QUISENBERRY I
Mother: Mary MUSE



                                                             _Thomas QUISENBERRY _+
                                                            | (1608 - 1672)       
                          _John QUISENBERRY "the Immigrant"_|
                         | (1627 - 1717)                    |
                         |                                  |_____________________
                         |                                                        
 _Humphrey QUISENBERRY I_|
| (1675 - 1727) m 1696   |
|                        |                                   _ POPE ______________
|                        |                                  | (1620 - ....)       
|                        |_Anne POPE _______________________|
|                          (1640 - 1731)                    |
|                                                           |_____________________
|                                                                                 
|
|--Jane QUISENBERRY 
|  (1704 - ....)
|                                                            _Edward MUSE ________
|                                                           | (1589 - 1640) m 1631
|                         _John MUSE Sr. "the Immigrant"____|
|                        | (1633 - 1723)                    |
|                        |                                  |_Margery AUCOCKE ____
|                        |                                    (1588 - 1662) m 1631
|_Mary MUSE _____________|
  (1677 - ....) m 1696   |
                         |                                   _____________________
                         |                                  |                     
                         |_Catherine Lewis Moss TALBOT _____|
                           (1650 - 1723)                    |
                                                            |_____________________
                                                                                  

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Gen. and Gov. Charles SCOTT of Kentucky

ABT 1746 - 22 Oct 1813

ID Number: I82139

  • TITLE: Gen. and Gov.
  • RESIDENCE: Goochland Co. VA and Clark and Woodford Co. KY
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War; Gov of Kentucky elected 1808
  • BIRTH: ABT 1746, Goochland Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 22 Oct 1813, Woodford Co. Kentucky
  • BURIAL: Frankfort National Cemetery, Frankfort, KY
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes [S2727]
Father: Samuel SCOTT


Family 1 : Frances Howard SWEENEY
  1. +Martha Tabb SCOTT
Family 2 : Judith Cary BELL
  1.  Elizabeth SCOTT

Notes


2 Charles Scott b: 1738 d: 22 OCT 1813 + Frances Howard Sweeney b: Abt 1742 d: 1804.


#10395: The Biographical Encyclopaedia of Kentucky, J. M. Armstrong & Company, 1878, Cincinnati, Ohio. Governor Charles Scott, Soldier, was born in Cumberland County, Virginia.


He was a soldier in a company of militia in the campaign of 1755, and was engaged at Braddock's defeat. He raised a company, and entered the army during the Revolutionary War; became colonel of a regiment, and was with General Wayne at the storming of Stony Point.


In 1785, he settled in Woodford County, Kentucky. He participated in the defeat of St. Clair, in 1791, and in the same year conducted a body of horseman against the Indian towns on the Wabash, and, in 1794, commanded part of Wayne's forces at the battle of Failen Timbers; in 1808, he was elected Governor of Kentucky, over the brave Colonel John Allen, who fell in the battle of the river Raisin; and administered the affairs of the State with great credit to himself and acceptably to the people. He was a man of strong natural ability; had a limited education and was somewhat unpolished in manners. Governor Scott died about 1820, having arrived at a very advanced age.


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                                             _John SCOTT I_______________+
                                            | (1632 - ....) m 1662       
                       _John SCOTT II_______|
                      | (1672 - 1729) m 1699|
                      |                     |_Mary or Elizabeth BASSETT _+
                      |                       (1632 - ....) m 1662       
 _Samuel SCOTT _______|
| (1708 - 1755)       |
|                     |                      _Ambrose DUDLEY ____________+
|                     |                     | (1649 - 1738) m 1674       
|                     |_Judith DUDLEY ______|
|                       (1679 - 1734) m 1699|
|                                           |_Ann FOSTER ________________+
|                                             (1656 - ....) m 1674       
|
|--Charles SCOTT of Kentucky
|  (1746 - 1813)
|                                            ____________________________
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|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |____________________________
|                     |                                                  
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      ____________________________
                      |                     |                            
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
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Nannie Townes WATKINS

Nov 1856 - 1915

ID Number: I30839

  • RESIDENCE: Pittsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: Nov 1856
  • DEATH: 1915
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: Henry Anderson WATKINS M.D.
Mother: Susan Agnes WALKER


Family 1 : Benjamin Watkins JONES
  1.  Susan Agnes JONES
  2.  Irvine Townes JONES
  3.  Nannie Watkins JONES
  4.  Josephine JONES
  5.  Benjamin JONES

                                                        _Thomas WATKINS Jr._______+
                                                       | (1748 - 1816) m 1775     
                               _Benjamin WATKINS ______|
                              | (1777 - 1864) m 1805   |
                              |                        |_Magdalene DUPUY _________+
                              |                          (1753 - 1815) m 1775     
 _Henry Anderson WATKINS M.D._|
| (1822 - 1902) m 1852        |
|                             |                         _John DUPUY ______________+
|                             |                        | (1756 - 1832)            
|                             |_Susanna DUPUY _________|
|                               (1786 - 1864) m 1805   |
|                                                      |_Mary "Polly" W. WATKINS _+
|                                                        (1766 - 1840)            
|
|--Nannie Townes WATKINS 
|  (1856 - 1915)
|                                                       __________________________
|                                                      |                          
|                              _William Townes WALKER _|
|                             | (1756 - 1833) m 1815   |
|                             |                        |__________________________
|                             |                                                   
|_Susan Agnes WALKER _________|
  (1830 - 1913) m 1852        |
                              |                         _John DUPUY ______________+
                              |                        | (1756 - 1832)            
                              |_Mary "Polly" DUPUY ____|
                                (1792 - 1861) m 1815   |
                                                       |_Mary "Polly" W. WATKINS _+
                                                         (1766 - 1840)            

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