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Mary Isabell "Belle" BIRD

14 Feb 1856 - 17 Oct 1917

ID Number: I36794


Family 1 : Melvin Frank SWARTZ
  1.  Virgie M. SWARTZ
  2.  Horton Webster SWARTZ
  3.  Beatrice E. SWARTZ
  4.  Herbert SWARTZ
  5.  Geraldine Elizabeth SWARTZ
  6.  Edward Taylor SWARTZ
  7.  Minnie Belle SWARTZ
  8.  Frank M. SWARTZ
  9.  Lydia SWARTZ
  10.  Rexford Roland SWARTZ

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William Truett BROADUS


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Margaret "Peggy" FRANKLIN

ABT 1750 - 1829

ID Number: I11649

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst and Franklin Co. VA and 1811 Barren Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750, Virginia
  • DEATH: 1829, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S624] [S720] [S1074] [S3653]
Father: Henry FRANKLIN Sr.
Mother: Margaret HENSLEY


Family 1 : Reuben HARRISON
  1.  Elizabeth HARRISON
  2.  Andrew HARRISON
  3. +Matilda Caroline HARRISON
  4.  Frances White HARRISON
  5. +Robert HARRISON
  6.  William HARRISON
  7.  Reuben HARRISON
  8.  Polly HARRISON
  9.  Sally HARRISON
  10.  Judith HARRISON
  11.  Samuel Franklin HARRISON

Notes


as recorded in their family Bible. Peggy was the daughter of Henry Franklin who was born ca. 1715 in Amherst County, Virginia and Margaret {Peachy} Franklin.

                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _Henry FRANKLIN Sr.__|
| (1715 - 1792)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Margaret "Peggy" FRANKLIN 
|  (1750 - 1829)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Margaret HENSLEY ___|
  (1732 - 1788)       |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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Lucy Coleman GREEN

ABT 1772 - 25 Oct 1822

ID Number: I75490

  • RESIDENCE: of Essex and Culpeper Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1772
  • DEATH: 25 Oct 1822
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2868]
Father: William GREEN
Mother: Ann COLEMAN


Notes


2 Lucy Coleman Green b: Abt 1772 d: 25 Oct 1822 + Nathaniel Pinhard b: Abt 1771 d: 17 Oct 1830

                                                           _William GREEN _________
                                                          | (1670 - 1701)          
                       _Robert Duff GREEN "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1693 - 1748) m 1720              |
                      |                                   |_ELEANOR MACDUFF _______+
                      |                                     (1670 - ....)          
 _William GREEN ______|
| (1725 - 1770)       |
|                     |                                    _(RESEARCH QUERY) DUNN _
|                     |                                   |                        
|                     |_Eleanor DUNN _____________________|
|                       (1700 - 1793) m 1720              |
|                                                         |________________________
|                                                                                  
|
|--Lucy Coleman GREEN 
|  (1772 - 1822)
|                                                          _Robert COLEMAN III_____+
|                                                         | (1680 - 1748) m 1702   
|                      _Samuel COLEMAN ___________________|
|                     | (1704 - 1748)                     |
|                     |                                   |_Mary CLAYTON __________+
|                     |                                     (1682 - 1735) m 1702   
|_Ann COLEMAN ________|
  (1724 - 1804)       |
                      |                                    _John W. WYATT _________+
                      |                                   | (1683 - 1768)          
                      |_Elizabeth "Betty" WYATT __________|
                        (1705 - ....)                     |
                                                          |_Elizabeth BUCKNER _____
                                                            (1685 - ....)          

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Gov. Wade HAMPTON III C.S.A. of SC

28 Mar 1818 - 11 Apr 1902

ID Number: I73120

  • TITLE: Gov.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA - Lt.-General; Gov 1877-1879; Senator to US Congress.
  • RESIDENCE: Columbia, SC
  • BIRTH: 28 Mar 1818, Charleston, South Carolina
  • DEATH: 11 Apr 1902, Columbia, South Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: [S24] [S2780]
Father: Wade HAMPTON II
Mother: Anne FITZSIMONS


Family 1 : Margaret PRESTON
  1.  Wade IV HAMPTON C.S.A.
  2.  William Preston HAMPTON C.S.A.
Family 2 : Mary MCDUFFIE

Notes


Known as the "Saviour of South Carolina" for his efforts to help South Carolina recover from the Reconstruction. Possesed great moral, physical and political courage.
Elec: 1877 - 1879 Governor (SC)
Elec: 1852 - 1858 House of Represenatives (SC)
Elect: 1858 - 1861 Senate (SC)
Elect: 1879 - 1891 Senate (US)


American Civil War General Officers
Wade Hampton
Highest Rank: Lieut-Gen
Birth Date: 1818 Birth Place: Charleston, South Carolina
Biography:
HAMPTON, WADE
SOUTH CAROLINA
Colonel, Hampton's South Carolina Legion, July 12, 1861.
Brigadier general, P. A. C. S., May 23,1862.
Major general, P. A. C. S., August 3, 1863.
Lieutenant general, P. A. C. S., February 14, 1865.


Commands.


Brigade composed of Hampton's South Carolina Legion, the Fourteenth and Nineteenth Georgia, and Fifteenth North Carolina Regiments Infantry.


In July 28, 1862, assigned to Cavalry Brigade; brigade composed of First and Second Regiments South Carolina Cavalry, First Regiment North Carolina Cavalry, Jeff. Davis Legion, Cobb's Georgia Legion, and Phillips' Georgia Legion, Army of Northern Virginia.


Division composed of the cavalry brigades of Young, Butler, Rosser and Gordon, Army of Northern Virginia.


Commanding Corps of Cavalry, Army Northern Virginia.


Commanding cavalry of General J. E. Johnston's army and Butler's division of cavalry, from February 16, 1865, during march of General Sherman through the Carolinas.


January 31, 1865, commanding Cavalry Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.


Source: General Officers of the Confederate States of America
Trader, planter, soldier, Rev. officer, SC Continental Line, 1777-80. Rep. SC House, 1779; Del. SC Conv. to ratify U.S. Const. 1788; Pres. elector 1801; US Congressman 1795-97, 1803-05.


Owner of large plantations in South Carolina, Louisiana, many salves. Called wealthiest man in US at time of death. A founder and trustee of SC College. Episcopalian. Rep. in Society of the Cincinnati, DAR. Listed in Who was Who in America, Dictionary of American Biography, Biographical Directory of the American Congress, Historial Register of Officers of the Continental Army, DAR Patriot Index, among others.


From "The Tragic Era" p. 509 " When war came, he [Wade Hampton, III] went with his own people. Nature had moulded him for leadership. Six feet in height, with deep chest, broad shoulders, narrow hips, and powerful legs, his was a superb presence, and in the saddle he and his horse seemed one. His complexion, hair, and large bluish-gray eyes gave him the appearance of an old Saxon king. The call to arms naturally found him in the saddle at the head of the cavalry, where his genius for command, his quiet poise, dash, and daring, endeared him to Lee, and to his men, and to all his people. He had suffered uncomplainingly -- a perfect Spartan. In one engagement he had seen one son fall; and, sending another son to his succor, had seen him fall, too, and had ridden back to kiss the dying youth and whisper in his ear -- then back to the fight and to sleep on the ground that night in the rain, not knowing the fate of his children. "


Children:
Spouse: + Margaret PRESTON d: 1855
2 Mary HAMPTON b: 1844 + Randolf TUCKER d: AFT. 1929 + John Cheves HASKELL
2 William Preston HAMPTON b: 1842 d: 1864
2 Anthony Wade HAMPTON IV b: 1840 d: 1879
2 Harriet HAMPTON b: 1848 d: 1853


Spouse: + Mary MCDUFFIE b: 1830 d: 1 MAR 1874
2 George McDuffie HAMPTON b: 1859 d: 1927
2 Mary Sigleton HAMPTON b: 1861
2 Alfred HAMPTON b: 1862 d: 1942


**********How Wade Hampton saved the South from Union occupation*********


Daniel Edgar Sickles (1819-1914) went on to fix the election of 1876 Rutherford B. Hayes-OH Repub 185 votes vs Dem. Samuel Tilden, Gov. of NY 184 votes. Book by Roy Morris, Jr. "Fraud of the Century" pub. abt 2003. Election was contested for 4 months. Passed a bill gave themselves the authority ad hoc Electoral Commission created by Congress and consisting of 5 Supreme Court justices, 5 senators, and 5 House members called the Electral Commission which selected Rutherford B. Hayes.


The deciding votes were from LA, FL, and SC votes were stolen from Tilden, the republican electorates in those states through out the districts that voted for Tilden and gave them to Hayes. James A. Garfield, Sen. John Sherman (brother of Gen. Sherman), negotiated with and Wade Hampton of SC, and a deal was cut to remove the last Federal Troops from the South if SC would not protest Hayes election. Sickles went on For 26 years-until forced out in a financial scandal-he chaired the New York State Monuments Commission.


Hayes vs Tilden The electroal college controversery of 1876-1877.
http://elections.harpweek.com/controversy.htm.


Governor Samuel J. Tilden of New York. He had won his home state, the swing states of Connecticut, New Jersey, and Indiana, and was expected to carry the solid South and most of the West. Sickles wired LA, SC, and FL - At 3 a.m, Republican governor Daniel Chamberlain responded: “All right. South Carolina is for Hayes. Need more troops.”


When the dust settled, Tilden had won the popular vote, with 4,284,020 (51%) to Hayes’s 4,036,572 (48%), a margin of less than 250,000. The only thing that mattered, though, was the Electoral College count, and there, Tilden’s 184 electoral votes were one short of a majority, while Hayes’s 165 electoral votes left him 20 ballots shy of the presidency. The remaining 20 electoral votes were in dispute: one from Oregon and 19 from the three Southern states which still retained Reconstruction governments—Florida (4), Louisiana (8), and South Carolina (7).



In the three Southern states, both parties were claiming victory in close elections and charging the other party with vote fraud. Being the party in power in those states, the Republicans had a majority on the returning boards, which would certify the election results. They threw out enough Democratic votes to give the election in their states to Hayes and the Republican gubernatorial candidates. In Louisiana and South Carolina, Democrats declared their gubernatorial candidates elected, established rival state administrations, and certified Tilden the winner in their states. In Florida, the state supreme court ruled in favor of the Democratic gubernatorial candidate, but let Hayes’s margin of victory stand. The new Florida governor promptly appointed a Democratic returning board which announced that Tilden had carried the state.


Of the various negotiations, the most important took place at the Wormley House hotel in Washington D.C. on February 26 between four Southern Democrats and five Ohio Republican surrogates of Hayes. By early the next morning, the Democrats had agreed to stop the House filibuster which was blocking the final count giving Hayes the presidency, while the Republicans agreed that Hayes would withdraw the federal troops from guarding the statehouses in the three contested Southern states, thus permitting the Democratic governors to take office. Republicans also agreed that Hayes would name Democratic Senator David Key of Tennessee as U.S. Postmaster General, a cabinet position with the largest amount of patronage jobs to distribute. The Wormley House negotiations, however, occurred after the Electoral College had awarded, and Congress had ratified, the disputed votes of Florida, Louisiana, and Oregon to Hayes. Only South Carolina remained to be resolved, and the positive result for Hayes was essentially only a matter of time.


On Monday, March 5, 1877, Rutherford B. Hayes was sworn in publicly as president of the United States. As anticipated, within two months, President Hayes removed the remaining federal troops in the South from political duty (guarding the statehouses), Democratic state administrations gained power, and the era of Reconstruction formally ended.


James Garfield, one of the Wormley House negotiators and Electoral Commission members, was the compromise presidential nominee of the Republican party. His narrow election victory that November demonstrated that the Republicans could win the White House without carrying any Southern state.


THE SENATE MEMBERS.
George F. Edmunds, Republican, is a native of the Green mountain State, which he so worthily represents. He was born at Richmond, February 1, 1828. He was educated for the bar, and is well known as a lawyer of great ability. Mr. Edmunds went early into political life. He was
a member of the State Legislature in 1854, 1855, 1857, 1858, and 1859, and afterward State Senator. He was appointed to the United States Senate, as a Republican, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Solomon Foot, taking his seat April 5, 1866; was elected to fill the remainder of the term, and re-elected for the terms ending in 1875 and 1881.


Oliver P. Morton, Republican, of Indiana, was born in that State August 4, 1823; graduated at the Miami University; studied and practiced law; was elected Circuit Judge of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit Court of Indiana in 1852; was elected Lieutenant-Governor of Indiana in 1860, and became Governor in 1861, when Governor Lane was elected to the United States Senate; was elected Governor in 1864; was elected to the Senate, as a Republican, to succeed Henry S. Lane, and took his seat March 4, 1867, and was re-elected in 1872. His term of office will expire March 3, 1879.


Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, Republican, of New Jersey, was born at Millstown, Somerset County, New Jersey, August 4, 1817; was graduated at Rutgers College in 1836; was admitted to the bar in 1839; was appointed Attorney-General of the State in 1861, and re-appointed in 1866; was temporarily appointed United States Senator in 1866, in place of William Wright, deceased, and was elected in 1867 to fill the unexpired term, which terminated in 1869; was elected to the United States Senate, as a Republican, to succeed A. G. Cattell, and took his seat March 4, 1871. His term of service will expire March 3, 1877.


Allen G. Thurman, Democrat, of Ohio, was born at Lynchburg, Virginia, November 13, 1813; removed to Ohio in 1819; was admitted to the bar in 1835; was a Representative from Ohio in the Twenty-ninth Congress; was elected Judge of the Supreme Court in Ohio in 1851; was Chief Justice of that court from 1854 to 1856; was the Democratic candidate for Governor of Ohio in 1867; was elected to the United States Senate, as a Democrat, in place of Benjamin F. Wade, Republican; took his seat March 4, 1869, and was re-elected in 1874. His term of service will expire March 3, 1881.


Thomas F. Bayard, Democrat, of Delaware, was born at Wilmington, Delaware, October 29, 1828; was admitted to the bar in 1851. In 1868 he was appointed United States Senator, as a Democrat, to succeed his father, James A. Bayard; took his seat March 4, 1869, and was re-elected in 1875. His term of service will expire March 3, 1881.


THE HOUSE MEMBERS.
George F. Hoar, Republican, of Massachusetts, was born at Concord, in that State, August 29, 1826; was graduated at Harvard in 1846, and graduated at the law school of that university;
was a member of the State Assembly in 1852, and of the State Senate in 1857; was elected to the Forty-first, Forty-second, Forty-third, and Forty-fourth Congresses, as a Republican, and but a short time ago was elected by the Massachusetts Legislature to the United States Senate.


James A. Garfield, Republican, of Ohio, was born in Orange, Cuyahoga County, in that State, November 19, 1831; graduated from William College, and was admitted to the bar; was a
member of the State Senate of Ohio in 1859 and 1860; entered the Union army as Colonel of the Forty-second Ohio Volunteers; was promoted to be Brigadier-General January 10, 1862, and to be Major-General and Chief of Staff of the Army of the Cumberland September 20, 1863; was elected to the Thirty-eighth Congress, and re-elected to all subsequent Congresses.


Henry B. Payne, Democrat, of Ohio, was born in Madison County, New York, November, 1810; graduated at Hamilton College; commenced practice at the bar at Cleveland, Ohio, in 1834; was a member of the Ohio State Senate in 1849 was 1850; was defeated in a contest for the United States Senatorship in 1851, and for Governor in 1857; was delegate to the Cincinnati Convention in 1854, the Charleston Convention in 1860, and the Baltimore Convention in 1872, and was elected to the Forty-fourth Congress by the Democrats and Liberal Republicans.


Josiah G. Abbott, Democrat, of Massachusetts, was born at Chelmsford, in that State, November 1, 1815; graduated at Harvard in 1832; was admitted to the bar in 1835; was a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 1836, and of the State Senate in 1841 and 1842; was Judge of the Superior Court of Massachusetts in 1855, and was elected to the Forty-fourth Congress as a Democrat.


Eppa Hunton, Democrat, of Virginia, was born in Fauquier County, in that State, September 23, 1823; was elected to the State Convention in Virginia which assembled at Richmond in February, 1861, served through its first session, and then entered the service of the Confederacy as Colonel of the Eighth Virginia Infantry. After the battle of Gettysburg he was promoted to be Brigadier-General, was elected to the Forty-third Congress, and re-elected to the Forty-fourth.


THE SUPREME COURT MEMBERS.
Nathan Clifford is the oldest member of the court. He was born in Rumney, Grafton County,
New Hampshire, August 18, 1803. he fitted for college at the Haverhill Academy, and completed his education at the Hampton Literary Institution. He studied law, and, after being admitted to the bar, removed to Maine in 1827. He was elected to the Legislature, from York County, in 1830, and re-elected for three years, during the last two being Speaker. In 1834 he was appointed Attorney-General for the State of Maine. He was a Representative in Congress from 1839 to 1846. In 1846 he was appointed by President Polk Attorney-General of the United States, which office he held until March, 1847, when he was appointed Commissioner to Mexico. When peace was declared between this country and Mexico, he was appointed minister to that republic. On his return to the United States he settled in Portland, devoting himself to his profession, and in 1858 was appointed Associate Justice of the Supreme Court by president Buchanan.


Samuel F. Miller was born in Richmond, Kentucky, April 5, 1816; graduated at the University of Transylvania, and after taking the degree of Doctor of Medicine, practiced the profession a few years, and then turned his attention to the law. Having been from 1848 in favor of emancipation, and though generally taking no part in politics, the course of public affairs caused him to remove from the State in 1850, when he settled in Iowa, and became one of the leaders of the Republican party in that State. In 1862 he was appointed to the Supreme Court by President Lincoln.


Stephen J. Field is a son of David Dudley Field, D. D., a distinguished New England divine,
and a brother of David Dudley, Cyrus W., and Henry M. Field. He was born in Haddam, Connecticut, November 4, 1816. He was graduated at Williams College in 1837; studied law in New York city with his brother David Dudley, with whom he formed a law partnership. In 1849 he settled in California, for the practice of his profession, and in January, 1850, was elected First Alcalde of the city of Marysville; in October of the same year he was elected to the Legislature, where he took a leading part in moulding the judiciary of the State. In 1857 he was elected a Judge of the Supreme Court of California, and became its Chief Justice. In 1863 he was appointed to his present position by President Lincoln.


William Strong was born in Somers, Tolland County, Connecticut, May 6, 1808. He graduated at Yale College in 1828. Afterward he taught school in Connecticut and in New Jersey, meanwhile studying law. He was admitted to the bar in Philadelphia in 1832, and soon after began to practice law in Reading, Pennsylvania. He was elected to the Thirtieth and to the Thirty-first Congresses. Upon retiring from Congress he resumed his profession, and continued in practice until 1857, when he was elected a Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania for fifteen years. He resigned that position in 1868, and returned to the bar, and in 1870 was appointed to the Supreme Court by President Grant.


Joseph P. Bradley, the fifth Justice of the Supreme Court selected to serve on the Electoral Commission, was born in Berne, Albany County, New York, March 14, 1813. He was a graduate from Rutgers College, New Brunswick, New Jersey, in 1836, and, after teaching in an academy at Millstone, studied law, and was admitted to the bar in New Jersey in 1839. He practiced law in Newark from that time until his appointment as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, March 21, 1870. He never took an active part in politics, but was a Republican Presidential elector in 1868. He was a Whig while that party continued, and afterward became a moderate Republican, though he was never identified with the antislavery movement. He was a zealous supporter of the government during the war of the rebellion. His grand-father served as an officer in the Revolutionary war, and his father in the war of 1812. At the time of Justice Bradley's appointment to the Supreme Court bench, it was understood that it, as well as that of Justice Strong, was for the purpose of reversing a previous decision of the court adverse to the constitutionality of the Legal-tender Act. The most important judicial decision he has rendered since then was in the Grant Parish cases in Louisiana, in which the suits were dismissed because of the insufficiency of the indictments. He was sustained by the full bench.


THE COMMISSION IN SESSION.
When in session the Electoral Commission will sit in the Supreme Court Chamber, of which we give a double-page engraving. The sessions will be public, and the few spectators the room will hold will be admitted under such restrictions as may be necessary to protect the Commissioners against annoyance and disturbance. All discussions and consultations between members of the Commission will, however, be held in private. In this respect the practice of the Supreme Court will govern, and the Commissioners will withdraw into the consultation-room of the court.
A Harpers Weekly report: http://elections.harpweek.com/9Controversy/bios-Huge.htm


[S2779]


                                             _Anthony HAMPTON _______+
                                            | (1715 - 1776) m 1740   
                       _Wade HAMPTON _______|
                      | (1751 - 1835) m 1786|
                      |                     |_Ann Elizabeth PRESTON _+
                      |                       (1719 - 1776) m 1740   
 _Wade HAMPTON II_____|
| (1791 - 1858) m 1817|
|                     |                      _William FLUD __________
|                     |                     | (1750 - ....)          
|                     |_Harriet FLUD _______|
|                       (1768 - 1794) m 1786|
|                                           |_Susanna MCDONALD ______
|                                             (1750 - ....)          
|
|--Wade HAMPTON III C.S.A. of SC
|  (1818 - 1902)
|                                            ________________________
|                                           |                        
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |________________________
|                     |                                              
|_Anne FITZSIMONS ____|
  (1794 - 1833) m 1817|
                      |                      ________________________
                      |                     |                        
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |________________________
                                                                     

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[S2780]

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JANE HEPBURN

1540 - 1599

ID Number: I88094

  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • BIRTH: 1540
  • DEATH: 1599
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3258]
Father: PATRICK HEPBURN 3rd Earl of Bothwell
Mother: AGNES SINCLAIR


Family 1 : JOHN STEWART Lord Darnley

Notes


((ii)) Jane Hepburn (b 1540, d 1599)
m1. (28.12.1561) John Stewart, Lord Darnley (b 1531, d 10.1563, Commendator of Coldingham)
m2. (before 16.01.1567, div 1575) John Sinclair, Master of Caithness (dvp 1577-8)
m3. Archibald Douglas (Rector, Senator - brother of Whittinghame)


                                           __
                                          |  
                                        __|
                                       |  |
                                       |  |__
                                       |     
 _PATRICK HEPBURN 3rd Earl of Bothwell_|
| (1512 - 1556) m 1533                 |
|                                      |   __
|                                      |  |  
|                                      |__|
|                                         |
|                                         |__
|                                            
|
|--JANE HEPBURN 
|  (1540 - 1599)
|                                          __
|                                         |  
|                                       __|
|                                      |  |
|                                      |  |__
|                                      |     
|_AGNES SINCLAIR ______________________|
  (.... - 1572) m 1533                 |
                                       |   __
                                       |  |  
                                       |__|
                                          |
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Grady Tilton HIGGINBOTHAM


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Maurice LANGHORN

1769 - 1818

ID Number: I61998

  • RESIDENCE: Warwick Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1769, Warwick Co. VA
  • DEATH: 1818
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2330]
Father: William LANGHORN of "Gambell"
Mother: Elizabeth Cary SCARSBROOK


Family 1 : Martha HOLLADAY of "Indian Fields"

                                                               _Maurice LANGHORNE ________+
                                                              | (1670 - 1698) m 1690      
                                 _John LANGHORNE of "Gambell"_|
                                | (1695 - 1767) m 1719        |
                                |                             |_Anne CARY of "The Forest"_+
                                |                               (1670 - ....) m 1690      
 _William LANGHORN of "Gambell"_|
| (1721 - 1797)                 |
|                               |                              ___________________________
|                               |                             |                           
|                               |_Mary BEVERLEY ______________|
|                                 (1700 - ....) m 1719        |
|                                                             |___________________________
|                                                                                         
|
|--Maurice LANGHORN 
|  (1769 - 1818)
|                                                              ___________________________
|                                                             |                           
|                                _____________________________|
|                               |                             |
|                               |                             |___________________________
|                               |                                                         
|_Elizabeth Cary SCARSBROOK ____|
  (1720 - ....)                 |
                                |                              ___________________________
                                |                             |                           
                                |_____________________________|
                                                              |
                                                              |___________________________
                                                                                          

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John MANN

1631 - 1694

ID Number: I50345

  • RESIDENCE: Gloucester Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1631
  • DEATH: 1694
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: QBK1-B2) [S757] [S2779] [S2969]

Family 1 : Mary PETTUS
  1. +Mary MANN

Notes


shows b 4 Feb 1619 in virginia; d. 19 Jun 1673 Gloucester Co. Virginia; spouse unknown.
John MANN-LDS (AFN: Q32R-NR)


Children:
F Sarah MANN(AFN:Q32R-SG) Born: Abt 1670 Place: Of Gloucester, Va
F Mary MANN (AFN:Q32R-Q4) Born: Abt. 1672

[S2969]

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[S2779]

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Col. William PIERCE

ABT 1633 - 24 Jan 1704

ID Number: I82403

  • TITLE: Col.
  • RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1633
  • DEATH: 24 Jan 1704, Westmoreland Co.VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1771] [S3086]

Family 1 : Sarah UNDERWOOD

Sources

[S1771]

[S3086]


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Barbara PORTER

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I25141

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico & Cumberland Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S921]
Father: Thomas PORTER
Mother: Elizabeth DUTOIS (DUTOIT) (DUTOY)



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                                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) PORTER of Virginia____________|
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 _Thomas PORTER _____________________|
| (1700 - 1767)                      |
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|--Barbara PORTER 
|  (1730 - ....)
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|                                     _Pierre DUTOIS (DUTOIT) (DUTOY) "the Immigrant"_|
|                                    | (1680 - ....)                                  |
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|_Elizabeth DUTOIS (DUTOIT) (DUTOY) _|
  (1705 - 1772)                      |
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                                     |_Barbara DEBONETTE _____________________________|
                                       (1685 - 1731)                                  |
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David RORICK

24 May 1840 - 26 Apr 1923

ID Number: I95007

  • RESIDENCE: Franklin Co. OH
  • BIRTH: 24 May 1840, Jefferson, Franklin Co. Ohio
  • DEATH: 26 Apr 1923
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1615]

Family 1 : Lucy Anne MERIWETHER

Notes


Husband's Father: Cornelius Hoyt Rorick of HARDYSTON, SUSSEX, NJ
Husband's Mother: Julia Fowler Kimball

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William SQUIRES

ABT 1790 - ____

ID Number: I34424

  • RESIDENCE: Adair Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1790
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1129] [S123]

Family 1 : Catherine TINSLEY

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William Richard WOOD


This person is presumed living.

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