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Prince MADOG ap Maredudd of Powys

ABT 1091 - 1160

ID Number: I27591

  • TITLE: Prince
  • OCCUPATION: Madog ap Maredydd
  • RESIDENCE: Wales
  • BIRTH: ABT 1091, of Montgomeryshire, Wales
  • DEATH: 1160, Winchester, Hampshire, England
  • BURIAL: St.Tysilio, Meifod, Montgomeryshire,Wales
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1024] [S2237] [S3669]
Father: MAREDUDD ap Bleddyn
Mother: HUNYDD ferch Einudd


Family 1 : SUSANNA ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan GWYNEDD
  1. +GWENLLILAN ap Madog
  2. +MARGRED ferch Madog of Powys
  3. +GRUFFUDD ap Madog of Powys Fadog

Notes


Madog ap Maredudd, prince of Powys Fadog, d. 1160 [AC.b 1161: "Madoc Powysorum princeps obiit."] [MG.3; JC.29]. 4 wives:




                                                      _CYNFYN ap Gwerystan______________+
                                                     | (0970 - ....) m 1023             
                       _BLEDDYN ap Cynfyn of Gwynedd_|
                      | (1010 - 1075)                |
                      |                              |_ANGHARAD ferch Maredudd of Powys_+
                      |                                (0982 - ....) m 1023             
 _MAREDUDD ap Bleddyn_|
| (1047 - 1132)       |
|                     |                               _CILLIN y Blaidd Rhudd____________
|                     |                              |                                  
|                     |_HAER ferch Cillin____________|
|                                                    |
|                                                    |__________________________________
|                                                                                       
|
|--MADOG ap Maredudd of Powys
|  (1091 - 1160)
|                                                     __________________________________
|                                                    |                                  
|                      _EINUDD of Dyffrin Clwyd______|
|                     | (1020 - ....)                |
|                     |                              |__________________________________
|                     |                                                                 
|_HUNYDD ferch Einudd_|
  (1063 - ....)       |
                      |                               __________________________________
                      |                              |                                  
                      |_EFA Verch LLYWELYN___________|
                        (1024 - ....)                |
                                                     |__________________________________
                                                                                        

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[S2237]

[S3669]


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THORA THORSTEINSDATTER

ABT 0972 - ____

ID Number: I52795

  • RESIDENCE: Norway
  • BIRTH: ABT 0972, Of Onundfjord, , Norway
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:G6SQ-GS) [S1905]
Father: THORSTEIN "Galge" "the Red" of Dublin


Family 1 : ARNI ARNMODSSON
  1. +FINN ARNESSON Earl of Halland

Notes


Of Giske, More Og Romsdal, Norway. Father: Thorstein "Galge" (AFN:G6SQ-DG)

                                                                      __
                                                                     |  
                                         _OLAF "the White" of Dublin_|
                                        | (.... - 0870)              |
                                        |                            |__
                                        |                               
 _THORSTEIN "Galge" "the Red" of Dublin_|
| (0900 - ....)                         |
|                                       |                             __
|                                       |                            |  
|                                       |_AUDUR______________________|
|                                                                    |
|                                                                    |__
|                                                                       
|
|--THORA THORSTEINSDATTER
|  (0972 - ....)
|                                                                     __
|                                                                    |  
|                                        ____________________________|
|                                       |                            |
|                                       |                            |__
|                                       |                               
|_______________________________________|
                                        |
                                        |                             __
                                        |                            |  
                                        |____________________________|
                                                                     |
                                                                     |__
                                                                        

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Pres. Chester Alan ARTHUR of The United States

5 Oct 1829 - 18 Nov 1886

ID Number: I63029

  • TITLE: Pres.
  • OCCUPATION: 21st President 1881-1885
  • RESIDENCE: VT; Washington, DC; New York City, NY
  • BIRTH: 5 Oct 1829, North Fairfield, Vermont
  • DEATH: 18 Nov 1886, New York City, New York
  • BURIAL: Albany, New York
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2384] [S1954]
Father: William ARTHUR "the Immigrant"
Mother: Malvina STONE


Family 1 : Ellen Lewis HERNDON
  1.  William Lewis Herndon ARTHUR
  2.  Chester Alan ARTHUR Jr.
  3.  Ellen Herndon "Nell" ARTHUR

Notes


BIO from http://gi.grolier.com/presidents/ea/bios/21parth.html
"Chester Alan Arthur, (1829-1886), 21st PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. He is remembered as the political spoilsman who surprised his country with an honest administration. Arthur supported and signed into law the reform Civil Service Act of 1883, which established a merit system of appointment to federal employment.


Early Life"....Arthur entered Union College in Schenectady, N.Y., at the age of 15. After his graduation in 1848 he studied law at home and earned his living as a teacher at North Pownal, Vt., and as principal of the academy at Cohoes, N.Y. He received his final training in New York City at the law office of Culver and Parker. Admitted to the bar in 1854, he formed his own law firm in 1856.


Rise in New York Politics: Soon after his arrival in New York City, Arthur became associated with the newborn REPUBLICAN, joining its ranks to make acquaintances and to find new clients. On Oct. 25, 1859, he married Ellen Lewis Herndon, and the couple had three children, one of whom died in childhood.


Arthur worked assiduously for the reelection of Edwin D. Morgan as governor of New York, and when Morgan won in 1860, Arthur was given the post of state engineer-in-chief. In 1861, after the outbreak of the Civil War, he became the state's assistant quartermaster general, with responsibility for supplying barracks, food, and equipment for the New York militia. On July 27, 1862, three weeks after President LINCOLN's call for 300,000 more men, Arthur was advanced to the state quartermaster generalship.


When Governor Morgan was succeeded by the Democrat Horatio Seymour in 1863, Arthur returned to his law practice, but he retained close association with the city's Republican organization. The boss of the state's Republican political machine was Sen. Roscoe Conkling. Arthur supported him, becoming one of his chief henchmen. Conkling obtained from President GRANT an appointment for Arthur as collector of the port of New York; thus in 1871 Arthur became the head of the customs house, a post that enabled him to give jobs to thousands of Republicans. Though personally honest, Arthur closed his eyes to unethical practices, incompetency, and graft in his office.


In 1877, the year President HAYES took office, an investigation of the customs house was undertaken, and its lax management exposed. A prolonged and bitter fight between the New York party machine and Hayes ensued. Finally, Arthur was removed from office in 1878.


Vice President: At the Republican National Convention of 1880, Conkling's "stalwart" faction (which took the name by contrasting their own "stalwart" Republicanism with that of the reform elements in the party) supported former president Grant's nomination for a third term. Arthur was one of the 306 "stalwart" delegates who voted for Grant until the last ballot. However, the convention choice for president was James A. GARFIELD. To conciliate the defeated stalwarts, Arthur was suggested for the VICE PRESIDENCY. Conkling told him: "If you wish for my favor and my respect you will contemptuously decline it [the nomination]." But Arthur replied: "Senator Conkling, I shall accept the nomination and I shall carry with me the majority of the delegation." And he did.


After the election of the Garfield-Arthur ticket, the issue of the New York patronage flared up again. Conkling expected the new president to consult him on all federal patronage in New York state, and in this demand Arthur backed the senator, his old boss. When President Garfield stubbornly refused, both New York senators--Conkling and Thomas Platt--resigned their seats, mistakenly anticipating speedy reelection by the legislature. Meanwhile, a deranged office seeker, Charles J. Guiteau, shot President Garfield on July 2, 1881, exclaiming, "I am a Stalwart of the Stalwarts ... Arthur is president now."


The Presidency: Throughout the summer Garfield lay between life and death. Late on September 19 he died, and early the next day Arthur took the oath. "Chet Arthur, President of the United States! Good God!" exclaimed a Republican, expressing a widely held feeling.


But those who feared that under Arthur the spoils system would become rampant and that political bossism would be the order of the day were to be much surprised. As chief executive, Arthur showed great responsibility. He filled federal offices with competent men, even though they were of the "stalwart" faction, and Conkling did not become the power behind the throne.


Arthur as president would not be the henchman of anyone. He gave the country an honest administration. His legislative program was moderate; he asked for tariff revision, for a reduction of excise taxes, for funds to rebuild the obsolete Navy, and for the creation of an up-to-date merchant marine. But CONGRESS gave little heed to his recommendations. Despite the tremendous surplus pouring into the Treasury, taxes and tariff duties were not reduced.


President Arthur continued the prosecution of the Star Route swindlers in the Post Office Department, who had received large cutbacks from mail contractors. He vetoed a huge pork-barrel appropriation of almost $19,000,000 for the improvement of rivers and harbors because he considered it to be wasteful and improper. He also vetoed a Chinese exclusion bill barring Chinese nationals from admission as immigrants to the United States, holding that the legislation was inconsistent with the existing treaty with China. Both presidential vetoes were overridden by Congress, however. Another law passed during his administration was the Anti-Polygamy Act, aimed at the Mormons in Utah.


In the midterm elections of 1882 the electorate gave the Democrats an overwhelming majority in the HOUSE, while in the SENATE the Republicans had a scant majority. In the New York gubernatorial election the president threw his weight behind the candidacy of Charles J. Folger, and when Folger was defeated by the obscure mayor of Buffalo (Grover Cleveland), Arthur's political influence suffered so badly that his nomination for the presidency in his own right became improbable.


The lame duck session of Congress passed the Pendleton Civil Service Act, the first great step toward a merit system. Arthur signed it into law on Jan. 16, 1883.


As Arthur's administration neared its end, public opinion about him changed. Many critics turned into supporters. Mark Twain said: "I am but one in 55,000,000; still, in the opinion of this one-fifty-five millionth of the country's population, it would be hard to better President Arthur's administration. But don't decide till you hear from the rest."


Arthur naturally hoped that the Republicans would nominate him in 1884. But as he had the support neither of the reform wing nor of the party bosses, his candidacy became an idle hope. On the first BALLOT he had 278 votes against frontrunner James G. Blaine's 33412, but on the fourth ballot the prize was Blaine's, with 541 votes against Arthur's 207. Blaine lost the election to Grover Cleveland.


His term completed, Arthur returned to his New York law practice. A year and a half later--on Nov. 18, 1886--he died in New York City of Bright's disease.


Aside from the quality of his administration, Chester A. Arthur will be remembered for being the most elegant and best-dressed president, in whose closet hung some 80 suits. Nicknamed "The Gentleman Boss," he read Scott and Thackeray, was an inveterate fisherman, enjoyed parties, and had an epicure's taste in food and drink. Handsome, dignified, and genial, he was a conscientious administrator, but never an inspiring leader of men.


Stefan Lorant; Author, The Presidency: A Pictorial History of Presidential Elections from Washington to Truman
Further Reading:
Doenecke, Justus D., The Presidencies of James A. Garfield and Chester A. Arthur (Univ. Press of Kans. 1981)
Howe, George F., Chester A. Arthur (1934; reprint, Ungar 1957)
Reeves, Thomas C., Gentleman Boss: The Life of Chester Alan Arthur (1975; reprint, Amer Political 1991)"
Gentleman Boss: The Life of Chester Alan Arthur by Thomas C. Reeves, Katherine E. Speirs (Editor).


BIO from http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/ca21.html
Chester A. Arthur: Dignified, tall, and handsome, with clean-shaven chin and side-whiskers, Chester A. Arthur "looked like a President."


The son of a Baptist preacher who had emigrated from northern Ireland, Arthur was born in Fairfield, Vermont, in 1829. He was graduated from Union College in 1848, taught school, was admitted to the bar, and practiced law in New York City. Early in the Civil War he served as Quartermaster General of the State of New York.


President Grant in 1871 appointed him Collector of the Port of New York. Arthur effectively marshalled the thousand Customs House employees under his supervision on behalf of Roscoe Conkling's Stalwart Republican machine.
Honorable in his personal life and his public career, Arthur nevertheless was a firm believer in the spoils system when it was coming under vehement attack from reformers. He insisted upon honest administration of the Customs House, but staffed it with more employees than it needed, retaining them for their merit as party workers rather than as Government officials.


In 1878 President Hayes, attempting to reform the Customs House, ousted Arthur. Conkling and his followers tried to win redress by fighting for the renomination of Grant at the 1880 Republican Convention. Failing, they reluctantly accepted the nomination of Arthur for the Vice Presidency.


During his brief tenure as Vice President, Arthur stood firmly beside Conkling in his patronage struggle against President Garfield. But when Arthur succeeded to the Presidency, he was eager to prove himself above machine politics.


Avoiding old political friends, he became a man of fashion in his garb and associates, and often was seen with the elite of Washington, New York, and Newport. To the indignation of the Stalwart Republicans, the onetime Collector of the Port of New York became, as President, a champion of civil service reform. Public pressure, heightened by the assassination of Garfield, forced an unwieldy Congress to heed the President.


In 1883 Congress passed the Pendleton Act, which established a bipartisan Civil Service Commission, forbade levying political assessments against officeholders, and provided for a "classified system" that made certain Government positions obtainable only through competitive written examinations. The system protected employees against removal for political reasons.


Acting independently of party dogma, Arthur also tried to lower tariff rates so the Government would not be embarrassed by annual surpluses of revenue. Congress raised about as many rates as it trimmed, but Arthur signed the Tariff Act of 1883. Aggrieved Westerners and Southerners looked to the Democratic Party for redress, and the tariff began to emerge as a major political issue between the two parties.


The Arthur Administration enacted the first general Federal immigration law. Arthur approved a measure in 1882 excluding paupers, criminals, and lunatics. Congress suspended Chinese immigration for ten years, later making the restriction permanent.


Arthur demonstrated as President that he was above factions within the Republican Party, if indeed not above the party itself. Perhaps in part his reason was the well-kept secret he had known since a year after he succeeded to the Presidency, that he was suffering from a fatal kidney disease. He kept himself in the running for the Presidential nomination in 1884 in order not to appear that he feared defeat, but was not renominated, and died in 1886. Publisher Alexander K. McClure recalled, "No man ever entered the Presidency so profoundly and widely distrusted, and no one ever retired ... more generally respected."


"Chester Alan Arthur 21st President of the United States, 1881-1885


Chester Arthur was a sociable romantic with large seal eyes and a full round face sporting walrus whiskers.


Arthur was a recent widower when he entered the White House. He had flowers placed before his wife's portrait every day, and he never recovered from her death.


Arthur was deeply haunted by Garfield's assassination.


Arthur was considered an honest man, but his party was not. His party turned against him and failed to nominate him for a second term. He died a broken man less than two years out of office." (Src: http://www.eisenhower.utexas.edu/21.htm)




                                     __
                                    |  
                                  __|
                                 |  |
                                 |  |__
                                 |     
 _William ARTHUR "the Immigrant"_|
| (1796 - 1875)                  |
|                                |   __
|                                |  |  
|                                |__|
|                                   |
|                                   |__
|                                      
|
|--Chester Alan ARTHUR of The United States
|  (1829 - 1886)
|                                    __
|                                   |  
|                                 __|
|                                |  |
|                                |  |__
|                                |     
|_Malvina STONE _________________|
  (1802 - 1869)                  |
                                 |   __
                                 |  |  
                                 |__|
                                    |
                                    |__
                                       

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Mary DOUGHTY

1628 - AFT 1659

ID Number: I88174

  • RESIDENCE: England and Patuxent, , MD
  • BIRTH: 1628, Oldbury, Gloucestershires, England
  • DEATH: AFT 1659, Patuxent, , Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS LNPP-Z2
Father: Francis DOUGHTY "the immigrant"
Mother: Bridgett STONE?


Notes


Adrian van Derdonk (Husband) Marriage: 22 Oct 1645 in New York, New York
Hugh O'Neal (Husband) Marriage: ABT 1667 New York


                                                                ___________________________
                                                               |                           
                                   _Francis DOUGHTY ___________|
                                  | (1576 - 1634)              |
                                  |                            |___________________________
                                  |                                                        
 _Francis DOUGHTY "the immigrant"_|
| (1605 - ....) m 1624            |
|                                 |                             ___________________________
|                                 |                            |                           
|                                 |_Margaret BARKER ___________|
|                                   (1578 - 1634)              |
|                                                              |___________________________
|                                                                                          
|
|--Mary DOUGHTY 
|  (1628 - 1659)
|                                                               _Richard De Croston STONE _+
|                                                              | (1545 - 1606) m 1571      
|                                  _John STONE "the immigrant"_|
|                                 | (1580 - 1606)              |
|                                 |                            |_Isabelle GRIDLER _________
|                                 |                              (1545 - ....) m 1571      
|_Bridgett STONE? ________________|
  (1605 - 1657) m 1624            |
                                  |                             ___________________________
                                  |                            |                           
                                  |____________________________|
                                                               |
                                                               |___________________________
                                                                                           

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Elizabeth Mary DOUGLAS

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I65399

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2469]

Family 1 : James MONROE

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William B. LEE

Aug 1855 - 24 Dec 1920

ID Number: I75570

  • RESIDENCE: Madison and Jackson Cos. AL
  • BIRTH: Aug 1855 [379894]
  • DEATH: 24 Dec 1920, murdered by Ed Coffman, Madison Co. AL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2873]
Father: Giles (William) LEE C.S.A.
Mother: J. Ann


Family 1 : Nannie M. GIVENS
Family 2 : Catherine GIVENS

Notes


Bill born ca. Aug 1855 AL (1900 census); ca. 1862 (Voter Reg.); 1866 (tombstone) died 24 Dec 1920 Madison Co., AL. He was murdered by Ed Coffman.


The tombstone's birth years of Wm. B. and Katie Lee are NOT correct.

[379894]
(1900 census); ca. 1862 (Voter Reg.); 1866 (tombstone)


                                                                 _(RESEARCH QUERY) LEE _
                                                                |                       
                              _Joshua LEE Sr. of Jackson Co. AL_|
                             | (1796 - 1873)                    |
                             |                                  |_______________________
                             |                                                          
 _Giles (William) LEE C.S.A._|
| (1818 - 1870)              |
|                            |                                   _______________________
|                            |                                  |                       
|                            |_UNNAMED__________________________|
|                              (1790 - ....)                    |
|                                                               |_______________________
|                                                                                       
|
|--William B. LEE 
|  (1855 - 1920)
|                                                                _______________________
|                                                               |                       
|                             __________________________________|
|                            |                                  |
|                            |                                  |_______________________
|                            |                                                          
|_J. Ann_____________________|
  (1823 - ....)              |
                             |                                   _______________________
                             |                                  |                       
                             |__________________________________|
                                                                |
                                                                |_______________________
                                                                                        

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James Bright MCCANTS

26 Nov 1887 - 6 Oct 1949

ID Number: I25221

  • RESIDENCE: Prob. Williamsburg Co. SC
  • BIRTH: 26 Nov 1887
  • DEATH: 6 Oct 1949
  • RESOURCES: See: [S446]
Father: James L. MCCANTS
Mother: Mary Susannah GREEN


Family 1 : Pearl COOK

                                                     _Alexander MCCANTS Jr._+
                                                    | (1798 - 1870) m 1819  
                        _John Thomas MCCANTS C.S.A._|
                       | (1821 - 1893) m 1835       |
                       |                            |_Martha Jones DANIEL __+
                       |                              (1801 - 1860) m 1819  
 _James L. MCCANTS ____|
| (1846 - 1929) m 1865 |
|                      |                             _Thomas BURROWS _______+
|                      |                            | (1785 - 1828) m 1805  
|                      |_Sarah BURROWS _____________|
|                        (1817 - 1863) m 1835       |
|                                                   |_Jane SNOWDEN _________+
|                                                     (1785 - ....) m 1805  
|
|--James Bright MCCANTS 
|  (1887 - 1949)
|                                                    _______________________
|                                                   |                       
|                       ____________________________|
|                      |                            |
|                      |                            |_______________________
|                      |                                                    
|_Mary Susannah GREEN _|
  (1857 - 1917) m 1865 |
                       |                             _______________________
                       |                            |                       
                       |____________________________|
                                                    |
                                                    |_______________________
                                                                            

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(RESEARCH QUERY) MILLER

____ - ____

ID Number: I47108

  • RESOURCES: See: note

Family 1 :
  1. +James MILLER
  2.  Joseph MILLER
  3. +Symon MILLER
  4. +Patrick MILLER
  5. +Jane MILLER
  6. +Samuel MILLER Sr.
  7.  Thomas MILLER
  8. +Samuel MILLER
  9. +William Heath Jones MILLER
  10.  Robert MILLER
  11.  Lewis MILLER
  12.  Rachel MILLER
  13.  John B. MILLER C.S.A.
  14. +Norman MILLER Sr.
  15.  Milton MILLER
  16.  Joseph MILLER
  17.  John Simpson MILLER
  18. +Josiah MILLER
  19.  John James MILLER

Notes


Loose Millers grouped together for research purposes. Please write jbass@digital.net.

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William NICHOLSON

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I21900

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • RESOURCES: See: [S731]

Family 1 : Martha IVERSON

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Elizabeth "Betsy" PUTNEY

1783 - AFT 1850

ID Number: I4435

  • RESIDENCE: Buckingham Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1783
  • DEATH: AFT 1850
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180] [S1422]
Father: Ellis Washington PUTNEY
Mother: Frances "Fannie" FEARN


Family 1 : Robert MOSELEY Jr.
  1.  Elvira MOSELEY
  2.  Edward Hacke MOSELEY
  3.  Mary Ann MOSELEY
  4.  Alexander MOSELEY
  5.  Robert Ellis MOSELEY
Family 2 : Daniel GUERRANT

Notes


"1850 Buckingham Co. VA Census she is age 67 listed with Virginia E. Moseley. She executed a bond with Ellis Putney, her father, which she then received from Arthur Moseley, executor of her husband Robert's estate, 15 Dec 1819. She was the guradian of the infant sons Robert E. and Alexander Moseley. Her mother Frances F. Putney and Edward W. Moseley wit the receipt."


[S1422]


                                                  _(Query Research) PUTNEY _
                                                 |                          
                            _Richard PUTNEY _____|
                           | (1715 - 1778) m 1742|
                           |                     |__________________________
                           |                                                
 _Ellis Washington PUTNEY _|
| (1755 - 1822)            |
|                          |                      _Edward ELLIS ____________
|                          |                     | (1700 - 1754)            
|                          |_Sarah ELLIS ________|
|                            (1725 - ....) m 1742|
|                                                |__________________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Elizabeth "Betsy" PUTNEY 
|  (1783 - 1850)
|                                                 _John FEARN ______________+
|                                                | (1692 - 1743) m 1716     
|                           _John FEARN _________|
|                          | (1717 - 1782) m 1744|
|                          |                     |_Sarah WORTHAM (WORTHEM) _+
|                          |                       (1701 - 1720) m 1716     
|_Frances "Fannie" FEARN __|
  (1759 - 1819)            |
                           |                      _Thomas LEE ______________+
                           |                     | (1679 - 1742)            
                           |_Leeanna LEE ________|
                             (1728 - 1759) m 1744|
                                                 |_Elizabeth KEENE _________+
                                                   (1701 - 1759)            

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Rex SWARTZ Jr.


!LIVING

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Carol WADE?


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Matthew Burrell "Byrd" Bassett WASHINGTON

ABT 1830 - 1862

ID Number: I50425

  • RESIDENCE: of Waverly, Frederick Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1830
  • DEATH: 1862
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1484] [S1994]
Father: George Fayette WASHINGTON of Waverly
Mother: Frances FRAME


Family 1 : Nannie Bird Dandridge BUCHANAN
  1.  Ann Spottiswoode Dandridge WASHINGTON
  2.  Nannie Bird WASHINGTON

Notes


Colonial Families says name was Burrell "Byrd" Bassett Washington. (Burrell "Byrd" Bassett). [S1484]

                                                                       _Charles WASHINGTON ___+
                                                                      | (1738 - 1799) m 1757  
                                        _George Augustine WASHINGTON _|
                                       | (1763 - 1793) m 1785         |
                                       |                              |_Mildred THORNTON _____+
                                       |                                (1739 - 1804) m 1757  
 _George Fayette WASHINGTON of Waverly_|
| (1790 - 1867) m 1813                 |
|                                      |                               _Burwell BASSETT ______+
|                                      |                              | (1734 - 1793) m 1757  
|                                      |_Frances BASSETT _____________|
|                                        (1767 - 1796) m 1785         |
|                                                                     |_Anna Maria DANDRIDGE _+
|                                                                       (1739 - 1777) m 1757  
|
|--Matthew Burrell "Byrd" Bassett WASHINGTON 
|  (1830 - 1862)
|                                                                      _______________________
|                                                                     |                       
|                                       ______________________________|
|                                      |                              |
|                                      |                              |_______________________
|                                      |                                                      
|_Frances FRAME _______________________|
  (1790 - ....) m 1813                 |
                                       |                               _______________________
                                       |                              |                       
                                       |______________________________|
                                                                      |
                                                                      |_______________________
                                                                                              

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[S1994]

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Thomas WEAVER

BET 1710 AND 0000 - ____

ID Number: I34504

  • RESIDENCE: New Kent Co. VA
  • BIRTH: BET 1710 AND 0000
  • RESOURCES: See: [S345] [S2611]
Father: Samuel III WEAVER
Mother: Mary ROBINSON


Family 1 : Eleanor WOMACK

Notes


"Thomas married Eleanor Womack on 20 Nov 1731 in VA, Augusta Co.. Eleanor was born on 24 Jun 1710 in VA, Augusta Co." [S2611]

                                             _William WEAVER _____+
                                            | (1628 - 1678)       
                       _Samuel II WEAVER ___|
                      | (1664 - 1708)       |
                      |                     |_Mary GITHINGS ______+
                      |                       (1640 - ....)       
 _Samuel III WEAVER __|
| (1690 - 1769) m 1707|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Thomas WEAVER 
|  (1710 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _Anthony ROBINSON ___|
|                     | (1660 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Mary ROBINSON ______|
  (1685 - 1727) m 1707|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Mary STARKEY _______|
                        (1660 - ....)       |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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[S2611]

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Mary C. WHITTEN

15 Mar 1829 - 12 Feb 1927

ID Number: I73200

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 15 Mar 1829, Amherst Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 12 Feb 1927, Amherst Co. Virginia [366827]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2784] [S3151]
Father: Richard WHITTEN
Mother: Susannah Attaway BOLLING


Family 1 : James Nelson BURFORD
  1. +John W. BURFORD

Notes


Tartt Family History. Sylvia Tartt Gilder 1997

[366827]
or d. 31 Dec 1866


                                                    _Jeremiah WHITTEN Sr.____________________+
                                                   | (1730 - 1778)                           
                             _Jeremiah WHITTEN Jr._|
                            | (1763 - ....) m 1794 |
                            |                      |_Ann BERRY ______________________________+
                            |                        (1735 - ....)                           
 _Richard WHITTEN __________|
| (1787 - 1836) m 1813      |
|                           |                       _William or John? or Richard? PENDLETON _+
|                           |                      | (1720 - 1779) m 1748                    
|                           |_Mary PENDLETON ______|
|                             (1772 - ....) m 1794 |
|                                                  |_Elizabeth TINSLEY ______________________+
|                                                    (1727 - 1783) m 1748                    
|
|--Mary C. WHITTEN 
|  (1829 - 1927)
|                                                   _Robert BOLLING of "Chellowe"____________+
|                                                  | (1738 - 1775) m 1765                    
|                            _John BOLLING ________|
|                           | (1770 - ....)        |
|                           |                      |_Susan WATSON ___________________________
|                           |                        (1745 - ....) m 1765                    
|_Susannah Attaway BOLLING _|
  (1790 - 1870) m 1813      |
                            |                       _________________________________________
                            |                      |                                         
                            |______________________|
                                                   |
                                                   |_________________________________________
                                                                                             

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