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SIBYL de BELLEW

1265 - 1301

ID Number: I35547

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: 1265
  • DEATH: 1301
  • RESOURCES: See: [S695] [S2024]
Father: John de BELLEW
Mother: LADERINA de BRUS


Family 1 : MILES de STAPLETON
  1.  NICHOLAS STAPLETON
  2. +GILBERT de STAPLETON

Notes


Aka: BELLAAQUA, Isabel, daughter and co-heiress to John de Bellew.

                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _John de BELLEW _____|
| (1240 - ....) m 1262|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--SIBYL de BELLEW 
|  (1265 - 1301)
|                                            _PETER II de BRUS ___
|                                           | (1170 - ....)       
|                      _PETER III de BRUS __|
|                     | (1221 - 1241) m 1237|
|                     |                     |_HELOISE LANCASTER __+
|                     |                       (1175 - ....)       
|_LADERINA de BRUS ___|
  (1241 - 1296) m 1262|
                      |                      _PETER de MANLEY ____
                      |                     | (1200 - ....)       
                      |_HILLARIA de MANLEY _|
                        (1220 - ....) m 1237|
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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[S2024]


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Eleanor BOWLES

ABT 1723 - ____

ID Number: I52067

  • RESIDENCE: St. Mary's Co. MD and Gloucester Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1723, St. Mary's Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1857] [S1975] [S2239] [S2693]
Father: James BOWLES Esq.
Mother: Rebecca Tasker ADDISON


Family 1 : William GOOCH Jr.
Family 2 : Warner LEWIS I Esq.
  1. +Warner LEWIS II
  2.  James LEWIS
  3.  Addison LEWIS
  4.  John LEWIS
  5.  Rebecca LEWIS
  6.  Thomas LEWIS
  7. +Fielding LEWIS of Weyanoke

Notes


m. William Gooch Jr., son of Gov. William Gooch; 1st husband; m. Col. Warner Lewis, son of Col. John Lewis and Frances Fielding, circa 1746; 2nd husband.


Warner Lewis m. Eleanor Gooch December 27th, 1768 Source: Warner Lewis's Bible.


                                                 _______________________________
                                                |                               
                           _____________________|
                          |                     |
                          |                     |_______________________________
                          |                                                     
 _James BOWLES Esq._______|
| (1680 - 1727)           |
|                         |                      _______________________________
|                         |                     |                               
|                         |_____________________|
|                                               |
|                                               |_______________________________
|                                                                               
|
|--Eleanor BOWLES 
|  (1723 - ....)
|                                                _John ADDISON "the Immigrant"__
|                                               | (1630 - 1705)                 
|                          _Thomas ADDISON _____|
|                         | (1679 - 1727) m 1701|
|                         |                     |_Rebecca WILKINSON ____________+
|                         |                       (1635 - 1726)                 
|_Rebecca Tasker ADDISON _|
  (1703 - 1742)           |
                          |                      _Thomas TASKER "the Immigrant"_
                          |                     | (1650 - 1700)                 
                          |_Elizabeth TASKER ___|
                            (1686 - 1706) m 1701|
                                                |_______________________________
                                                                                

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[S1857]

[S1975]

[S2239]

[S2693]


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Elvira COLEMAN

1831 - ____

ID Number: I83526

  • RESIDENCE: Wilkinson Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 1831
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2156]
Father: Eldred Nicholson COLEMAN
Mother: Eleanor BOATNER


Family 1 : George MCMANUS

                                                   ________________________________________
                                                  |                                        
                             _____________________|
                            |                     |
                            |                     |________________________________________
                            |                                                              
 _Eldred Nicholson COLEMAN _|
| (1787 - 1861)             |
|                           |                      ________________________________________
|                           |                     |                                        
|                           |_____________________|
|                                                 |
|                                                 |________________________________________
|                                                                                          
|
|--Elvira COLEMAN 
|  (1831 - ....)
|                                                  _Lewis (Ludwig) BOATNER "the Immigrant"_
|                                                 | (.... - 1801)                          
|                            _Elias BOATNER Sr.___|
|                           | (1755 - 1835) m 1781|
|                           |                     |________________________________________
|                           |                                                              
|_Eleanor BOATNER __________|
  (1795 - 1863)             |
                            |                      ________________________________________
                            |                     |                                        
                            |_Jane BLACK _________|
                              (1760 - ....) m 1781|
                                                  |________________________________________
                                                                                           

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Catherine COPPLEPOWER?

ABT 1735 - by 1808

ID Number: I58322

  • RESIDENCE: SC & Williamson Co. TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1735
  • DEATH: by 1808, Williamson Co. TN
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2140]

Family 1 : Andrew KAIGLER Sr.
  1. +Andrew KAIGLER Jr.
  2. +Michael KAIGLER

Notes


Another researcher shows: Katy Copplepower with Mother: Barbara Ostman. Sources: Title: The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Daughters of the American Revolution records.



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Capt. Horace Lawson HUNLEY C.S.A.

1823 - 15 Oct 1863

ID Number: I67605

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. Inventor of the first submarine "The Hunley"
  • RESIDENCE: Sumner Co. TN; New Orleans, LA; Mobile, AL; Charleston, SC
  • BIRTH: 1823, Sumner Co. Tennessee
  • DEATH: 15 Oct 1863, In the "Hunley", near the coast of Charleston, SC
  • BURIAL: 8 Nov 1863, Magnolia Cem. Charleston, SC
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S2551]
Father: John HUNLEY
Mother: Louisa Harden (Hardin) LAWSON


Notes


"The second crew, manned by Captain Horace L. Hunley, also faced a tragic ending. On October 15, 1863, the Hunley again sank while performing a routine diving exercise. All eight crewmembers, including Hunley were killed. Although Hunley was in charge of the sub's operations, he was not part of her crew. It is not known why he was at the helm when the submarine sank for the second time. A few days after the sinking, the submarine was raised.


On November 8, 1863 the Captain and namesake of the history-making submarine, Horace L. Hunley was buried at Magnolia Cemetery. The very next day, November 9, the other seven crewmembers were also buried at Magnolia, all with full military honors.
Src: http://www.hunley.org/main_index.asp?CONTENT=CREWB


From: Yelnuhmada@aol.com Subject: Re: Horace Hunley (Submarine Inventor)
Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2000: Horace Hunley (there are sources for this, but I dont have them with me at the moment) is the son of John Hunley and Ms.Lawson, in turn son of William Hunley, in turn son of Anthony Hundley, whose will was probated in the 1770's in Amelia County,VA. I have the dates,etc. somewhere, let me know if you are REALLY interested
Regards, Adam
6th great grandson of William and Elizabeth (Hunley) Hundley
9th great grandson of Philip Hunley


Anthropologist tells of Hunley bones By MIKE JONES


"Bones, if you know how to read them, are like a book," said Dr. Douglas Owsley, a curator for the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.


Physical anthropology division head of the Smithsonian's anthropology department, Owsley recently spoke at the Baton Rouge Civil War Round-table about his forensic work on the skeletal remains of the crew of the C.S.S. Hunley, the first successful submarine in military history.


The long-lost submarine, which sank off Charleston, S.C., harbor shortly after sinking the U.S.S. Housatonic on Feb. 17, 1864, was discovered buried in silt 30 feet under water in 1995.


It was raised in August 2000 and found to still be in remarkably good shape, along with the eight crewmen inside. Owsley said that by studying the bones of the crew, they can tell age, sex, lifestyle and, along with other clues, even identify them. He said one of the crewmen had an old broken nose injury, and another an old broken cheek bone injury.


"They must have been a tough group of men," he said.


He said the commander of the submarine, Lt. George Dixon, has been identified and others may soon be identified.


"This was the stealth bomber of its time," Owsley said.


He added that Louisiana had a great deal to do with the development of the first successful submarine.


The namesake, Horace L. Hunley, a Louisianian, with a team of engineers and mechanics, started the project at the beginning of the war in New Orleans. They had to abandon a prototype and moved to Mobile, Ala., when Union forces captured the city April 28, 1862.


The Hunley was built in Mobile and moved to Charleston in July of 1863 to try to break the Union blockade. Horace Hunley was killed in a training accident that October. Dixon persuaded Confederate commander Gen. Pierre Beauregard to recover the vessel and give him one more chance to use it. Dixon recruited an all-volunteer crew made up of both navy and army personnel.


Owsley said it took him six weeks to sort all the bones and make sure they were all with the right person. He said remains were so well preserved by the silt, brain tissue was still present in the skulls.


He said the men ranged in age from 19 to 40, and they were larger than expected for such a small, cramped vessel. The submarine is only about 40 feet long, 4 feet high and 3 feet wide. It was propelled by a hand crank, and Lt. Dixon stirred it with a control stick, while he also worked diving planes and depth controls. He also looked out a small port hole in a tiny conning tower to see where they were going.


He said the 19-year-old was the No. 3 crewman back from the commander, and besides operating a cranking station, also operated a bellows to draw in air while they were on the surface. The submarine also had a snorkel that was supposed to bring in air while they were submerged.


He said two of the crewmen had strange red stains on their bones. While they are still waiting final tests, he said the red stains may have been from the red trimming on the two artillerymen uniforms, who were part of the crew. Another clue that helps identify the naval personnel, he said, were nicks in the teeth of some of the men. Owsley said it was common for sailors of that era to clinch needles in then their teeth to repair the canvas on the sailing ships of the time.


Owsley said he was also surprised that no firearms have been found yet, although there are areas of the interior that have yet to be explored. Besides remnants of uniforms, he said they found such common items as canteens, pencils, pipes, combs and wallets. The richest finds were on Dixon.


They found a $20 gold piece in his pocket that was bent from having stopped a bullet and saved his life at the battle of Shiloh, Tenn. They also found a very fine Masonic pocket watch on him and expensive gold and diamond jewelry. He was wearing a very fine tailored uniform. Dixon even had on elastic suspenders. It was previously thought that elastic suspenders weren't developed until after the war.


They also found the ID tag of a Union soldier on one of the crewmen, apparently a trophy picked up on an earlier battlefield.


Owsley said he also found very fine dental work in Dixon's teeth. He said Confederate soldiers were more likely to have gold fillings than Union soldiers because the Confederates had a Dental Corps (the first in military history), and the Union Army had none. He said some of the crew had curved wear marks on their teeth from smoking pipes.


"It's quite a time capsule," he said. He noted wool, leather and wood items were particularly well preserved. He said life-size busts of each man will be made using the measurements of the skulls, so the public will know what each of them looked like.


He said they will use every detail discovered, such as the pipe smokers, but will include nothing that cannot be absolutely documented. "We'll merge all the tests later this summer," he said. "I think we'll be able to get a number of these guys identified."


The funeral for the crew is scheduled to be held in Charleston next April 17.


Information from: American Press Last modified: June 07. 2003 10:07AM
______________


John T. Hunley of Madisonville, Louisiana has been an admirer of Horace L. Hunley of the Hunley submarine fame since he first heard about the H. L. Hunley submarine. He has been involved in the search for and the raising of the Hunley in Charleston for many years.


As a family historian Hunley is compiling a family history of Hunleys everywhere. Anyone interested in H.L. Hunley or in Hunley family history should contact Hunley at P.O. Box 613, Madisonville, LA 70447-0613 or by telephone at 504-898-1481.



                                                        _Anthony HUNDLEY Sr._+
                                                       | (1711 - 1784) m 1744
                                  _William HUNLEY _____|
                                 | (1744 - 1800) m 1776|
                                 |                     |_Ann DUPUY? _________+
                                 |                       (1725 - 1800) m 1744
 _John HUNLEY ___________________|
| (1792 - 1834)                  |
|                                |                      _John WYNNE _________+
|                                |                     | (1726 - 1795) m 1750
|                                |_Lucretia WYNNE _____|
|                                  (1753 - 1808) m 1776|
|                                                      |_Ann STONE __________
|                                                        (1730 - 1805) m 1750
|
|--Horace Lawson HUNLEY C.S.A.
|  (1823 - 1863)
|                                                       _____________________
|                                                      |                     
|                                 _____________________|
|                                |                     |
|                                |                     |_____________________
|                                |                                           
|_Louisa Harden (Hardin) LAWSON _|
  (1802 - 1857)                  |
                                 |                      _____________________
                                 |                     |                     
                                 |_____________________|
                                                       |
                                                       |_____________________
                                                                             

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Cherokee America MORGAN C.S.A.

15 Dec 1830 - 1919

ID Number: I92809

  • RESIDENCE: McMin Co. TN and Cherokee Nation in 1871 Fort Gibson, OK
  • OCCUPATION: CSA Heroine
  • BIRTH: 15 Dec 1830, Citico Reservation, Tennessee
  • DEATH: 1919, Fort Gibson, Muskogee, Oklahoma
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3225]
Father: Gideon MORGAN Jr.
Mother: Mary Margaret SEVIER


Family 1 : Andrew Lewis ROGERS Jr. C.S.A.

Notes


Morgans, Wm andSons.FBK.FBK.FTW] Cherokee America Morgan b. 15 Dec 1830 + Andrew Rogers Jr. (Husband) b. About. 1825


Mr. and Mrs. Rogers moved to the Cherokee Nation in 1871. The Fort Gibson Post, July 27, 1905: Mrs. Cherokee A. Rogers, a noted Cherokee woman; a cousin of the Confederate General John H. Morgan, who hid at her house after his remarkable escape from Columbus Prison. She resided with her four sons in a beautiful home near the Arkansas River, abut three miles from Ft. Gibson, where she has a fine farm and one of the finest dwellings in the Cherokee Nation. Mrs. Rogers is intellectual, being one of the most well-read women in these parts. She is of French Hoguenot ancestry on her mother's side, and her father was a descendant of General Daniel Morgan, of Revolutionary fame, who was Irish. At the end of the War between the States they were left almost penniless, like thousands of others in the South. They were true and loyal to the Southern Cause, and suffered accordingly.


On June 20, 1853, her brother-in-law gave Mrs. Rogers the three-volume Thomas Scott Family Bible, with many pages devoted to births, marriages, and deaths. She maintained the Morgan family records until her death.


She wrote: Some people do not have a proper conception of the Cherokee, farmers and stock raisers, who were by far the most enlightened race of Indians and frequently intermarried with American pioneers. The Creeks and Osages roved around committing depredations on the stock and crops of others, and intermarried with negroes, which the Cherokees never did. For those reasons, we cooperated with the whites in crushing the Creek Nation in the battle of Horseshow Bend. The regiment of Cherokees was about eight hundred strong. My father was in command, and his father-in-law, Major John Walker, was second in command. My father was wounded twice in the battle, once through the shoulder, and a wound across his left temple, eventually blinding him in that eye. My father spent a good deal of time in Washington, coming to know Henry Clay, John C. Calhoun, and Daniel Webster. Also, my father had a large number of letters and papers about the disagreement between Gen. Andrew Jackson and Gen. John Coffee. They all were lost during the war. You know, we were Confederates.
[Morgans, Wm andSons.FBK.FTW]



                                               _Samuel MORGAN ____________________+
                                              | (1728 - 1825)                     
                         _Gideon MORGAN Sr.___|
                        | (1751 - 1830) m 1772|
                        |                     |_Rachel KIBBE _____________________
                        |                       (1730 - 1804)                     
 _Gideon MORGAN Jr._____|
| (1778 - 1851) m 1813  |
|                       |                      ___________________________________
|                       |                     |                                   
|                       |_Patience COGSWELL __|
|                         (1754 - 1797) m 1772|
|                                             |___________________________________
|                                                                                 
|
|--Cherokee America MORGAN C.S.A.
|  (1830 - 1919)
|                                              _John SEVIER 1st Gov. of Tennessee_+
|                                             | (1745 - 1815) m 1761              
|                        _Joseph SEVIER ______|
|                       | (1763 - 1826)       |
|                       |                     |_Sarah HAWKINS ____________________
|                       |                       (1745 - 1780) m 1761              
|_Mary Margaret SEVIER _|
  (1799 - 1862) m 1813  |
                        |                      _George LOWREY "the Immigrant"_____
                        |                     | (1740 - ....) m 1768              
                        |_Elizabeth LOWREY ___|
                          (1772 - ....)       |
                                              |_Nannie Oo-Lu-Tsa__________________+
                                                (1748 - ....) m 1768              

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Susannah PEARSON

abt 1632 or 1639 - ABT 1664

ID Number: I85896

  • RESIDENCE: Stafford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: abt 1632 or 1639
  • DEATH: ABT 1664
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS MW2D-B3
Father: Thomas PEARSON I "the Immigrant"
Mother: Susan BLAND



                                                                 __
                                                                |  
                                    ____________________________|
                                   |                            |
                                   |                            |__
                                   |                               
 _Thomas PEARSON I "the Immigrant"_|
| (1600 - ....) m 1630             |
|                                  |                             __
|                                  |                            |  
|                                  |____________________________|
|                                                               |
|                                                               |__
|                                                                  
|
|--Susannah PEARSON 
|  (.... - 1664)
|                                                                __
|                                                               |  
|                                   _John BLAND "the Immigrant"_|
|                                  | (1572 - 1668) m 1606       |
|                                  |                            |__
|                                  |                               
|_Susan BLAND _____________________|
  (1609 - 1664) m 1630             |
                                   |                             __
                                   |                            |  
                                   |_Susan DEBLERE _____________|
                                     (1590 - 1664) m 1606       |
                                                                |__
                                                                   

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Joe PRINE

ABT 1850 - ____

ID Number: I19626

  • RESIDENCE: SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1850
  • RESOURCES: See: [S615]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) PRINE


Family 1 : Annie DEHAY

                              __
                             |  
                           __|
                          |  |
                          |  |__
                          |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) PRINE _|
|                         |
|                         |   __
|                         |  |  
|                         |__|
|                            |
|                            |__
|                               
|
|--Joe PRINE 
|  (1850 - ....)
|                             __
|                            |  
|                          __|
|                         |  |
|                         |  |__
|                         |     
|_________________________|
                          |
                          |   __
                          |  |  
                          |__|
                             |
                             |__
                                

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Lucy READE

28 Dec 1758 - ____

ID Number: I70922

  • RESIDENCE: Gloucester and Middlesex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 28 Dec 1758
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2170]
Father: John READE
Mother: Frances YATES



                                                             _George READE of VA "the Immigrant"_+
                                                            | (1608 - 1674) m 1641               
                       _Thomas READE _______________________|
                      | (1649 - 1720) m 1696                |
                      |                                     |_Elizabeth MARTIAN (MARTIAU) _______+
                      |                                       (1625 - 1684) m 1641               
 _John READE _________|
| (1710 - ....) m 1738|
|                     |                                      _Edward (Edmond) GWYNN _____________+
|                     |                                     | (1643 - 1683)                      
|                     |_Lucy Mildred GWYNN _________________|
|                       (1670 - 1731) m 1696                |
|                                                           |_Lucy BERNARD ______________________+
|                                                             (1656 - 1675)                      
|
|--Lucy READE 
|  (1758 - ....)
|                                                            _William YATES _____________________
|                                                           |                                    
|                      _Bartholomew YATES I "the Immigrant"_|
|                     | (1676 - 1734) m 1704                |
|                     |                                     |____________________________________
|                     |                                                                          
|_Frances YATES ______|
  (1718 - ....) m 1738|
                      |                                      _William STANNARD I_________________
                      |                                     | (1642 - 1709) m 1677               
                      |_Sarah STANNARD _____________________|
                        (1680 - ....) m 1704                |
                                                            |_Eltonhead CONWAY __________________+
                                                              (1646 - 1689) m 1677               

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Robert Glover SMART

12 Jan 1819 - 20 Jul 1862

ID Number: I30180

  • RESIDENCE: KY and Callaway Co. MO
  • BIRTH: 12 Jan 1819
  • DEATH: 20 Jul 1862
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180] [S2426]
Father: William SMART
Mother: Ann GLOVER


Family 1 : Ardenia Caldwell
Family 2 : Mary Susan CALDWELL

                                                             ______________________________________
                                                            |                                      
                       _Elisha Carter SMART "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1756 - 1832) m 1786                |
                      |                                     |______________________________________
                      |                                                                            
 _William SMART ______|
| (1786 - 1845) m 1817|
|                     |                                      _Robert GLOVER Sr.____________________+
|                     |                                     | (1723 - 1794)                        
|                     |_Amy GLOVER _________________________|
|                       (1763 - ....) m 1786                |
|                                                           |_Amey PRICE __________________________
|                                                             (1738 - ....)                        
|
|--Robert Glover SMART 
|  (1819 - 1862)
|                                                            _Robert GLOVER Sr.____________________+
|                                                           | (1723 - 1794)                        
|                      _Chesley GLOVER _____________________|
|                     | (1761 - 1829) m 1785                |
|                     |                                     |_Amey PRICE __________________________
|                     |                                       (1738 - ....)                        
|_Ann GLOVER _________|
  (1800 - 1849) m 1817|
                      |                                      _Peter (Pierre) GUERRANT (GUERIN) Jr._+
                      |                                     | (1737 - 1819) m 1756                 
                      |_Mary GUERRANT ______________________|
                        (1762 - 1849) m 1785                |
                                                            |_Mary PERROW (PERAULT) _______________+
                                                              (1739 - 1805) m 1756                 

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