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James BOOTH

ABT 1690 - AFT 1725

ID Number: I89309

  • RESIDENCE: Essex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1690, Virginia
  • DEATH: AFT 1725, living 1725 Essex Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2479]
Father: Humphrey BOOTH Jr.



                                                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) BOOTH ___________
                                                           |                                   
                       _Humphrey BOOTH Sr. "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1636 - ....)                      |
                      |                                    |___________________________________
                      |                                                                        
 _Humphrey BOOTH Jr.__|
| (1660 - ....)       |
|                     |                                     _William UNDERWOOD "the Immigrant"_
|                     |                                    | (1595 - 1645) m 1620              
|                     |_Margaret UNDERWOOD ________________|
|                       (1634 - 1696)                      |
|                                                          |_Margaret__________________________
|                                                            (1600 - 1673) m 1620              
|
|--James BOOTH 
|  (1690 - 1725)
|                                                           ___________________________________
|                                                          |                                   
|                      ____________________________________|
|                     |                                    |
|                     |                                    |___________________________________
|                     |                                                                        
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                                     ___________________________________
                      |                                    |                                   
                      |____________________________________|
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                                                           |___________________________________
                                                                                               

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Thomas CARNEY II

ABT 1715 - BET 1801 AND 0000

ID Number: I103212

  • OCCUPATION: Rev War DAR Patriot
  • RESIDENCE: Maryland and Fairfax and abt 1774 Botetourt Co. VA and abt 1799 Washington Co. TN and Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1715, Maryland
  • DEATH: BET 1801 AND 0000, Feliciana Parish, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3737]
Father: Thomas CARNEY I


Family 1 : Sarah PEMBERTON
  1. +Elizabeth CARNEY
  2. +Thomas CARNEY III
  3.  John CARNEY

Notes


THOMAS2 CARNEY b. ca 1732 wife (1) SARAH (b) (2) MARY. (g) Died after 1795 Washington Co. Tenn.


In 1774 Thomas2 and his family vanish from Frederick Co. along with the Worthingtons, and go to Botetourt Co. Va. there to live until sometime after the Rev. War. At the same time a family headed by JAMES LOYD whose land adjoined that of HENRY Sr. in Frederick Co. went also to Botetourt Co., tho they did not necessarily go together. Thomas2 and his elder son John were on the tax lists here and in Tenn. Until 1799.


It must have been about this time that they left Virginia and went to Washington Co., N. Caro. At least one WORSHINGTON, SAMUEL went too and in 1806 married ELIZABETH CARNEY, daughter of Thomas2.


In 1788 deed records say Thomas bought land on the Watauga River. We don't know just when he died but it must have been near the turn of the century, while they were in what had become Tennessee.


Washington County was a large tract of land which North Carolina said it could not protect, so gave it to the Federal government which did not want it either. They ignored the gift. So it was just territory for a while, until it became a large part of Tennessee.


We do not know just when son John and family left Tenn. but they were found in Scott Co., Ky. in 1801 where the Federal census says a WILLIAM CARNEY was living in 1800. Was he a relative?


Neither do we know when or where John married our MARGARET LOYD (FLOYD) but probably in Botetourt Co. soon after the Rev. for JOHN was discharged there. And some D.A.R. papers of HELEN BANE say that their son PLEASANT was born there in 1786.


Fairfax Grant: 23 Oct 1754 Frederick Co.,Virginia


Other Children:
ISIAH, probably Isaiah
SARAH m. BOULTIS HAMMER Mar. 16, 1791. Bondsman, John Carney.
Daughter, married Mr. SMITH Mr. OWENS
ARTHUR (f)


Sources:


(a) History of Shenandoah Valley by Cartmell p. 26
(b) Berkeley Co. W. Va. Deed Book 3, p. 85. Proves his wife was Sarah at that time.
(c) Will Book I, p. 35-36. Will of John, son of Thomas
(d) Mrs. O'Nan who said John's pension papers show date of enlistment and discharge, as well as date of birth.
(e) D.A.R. Application papers of Mrs. Hollinshead, Nat. #222256 show children of Thomas & Sarah.
(f) Mrs. Jane Turner of Carthage, Tenn. alone has named Arthur as a son of Thomas
(g) DAR Patriots Index, Vol. I, p. 114"


Children:
Thomas Carney b. About 1756 in TN
Elizabeth Carney b. 30 Apr 1756 in Frederick Co,Virginia
John Carney b. 15 Apr 1757 in Frederick Co.,Virginia
Isiah Carney
Sarah Carney
Mary Carney
Daniel Carney
Margaret Carney
Nanny Carney


SOURCES:
Whitley, Edythe Rucker. MEMBERSHIP ROSTER AND SOLDIERS -THE TN SOCIETY OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 1892-1960. c1961, p. 12. Petracek, Ruth Lamar. ALBUM OF ANDERSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE. c 1978, pp 97-98.
DAR PATRIOT INDEX, Centennial Edition, Part 1, c1994, p. 490.
VIRGINIA REVOLUTIONARY PUBLICK CLAIMS. Compiled & Transcribed by Janice L. Abercrombie & Richard Slatten, Volume I, p. 130.




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                      |     
 _Thomas CARNEY I_____|
| (1690 - 1744)       |
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|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Thomas CARNEY II
|  (1715 - 1801)
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|                     |  |
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|_____________________|
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Barrett FARRAR

ABT 1746 - BEF Dec 1810

ID Number: I61167

  • RESIDENCE: prob. Goochland Co. VA and Lincoln Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1746, Goochland Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: BEF Dec 1810, Lincoln Co. Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180] [S2823] [S3040]
Father: Thomas FARRAR


Family 1 : Elizabeth BIBB
  1. +Elizabeth FARRAR

Notes


census: 1790 Abbeville Dist., SC
1796 Moved to Lincoln Co., GA, where he owned a tavern.
1805 Sold land, Dover Cr.,Goochland,to bro., Joseph.
Dec 1810 Will Bk 3, 140 Jas. H. Farrar, orphan of Barrett.


                                             _William FARRAR III__+
                                            | (1657 - 1721) m 1681
                       _William FARRAR IV___|
                      | (1682 - 1744)       |
                      |                     |_Priscilla BAUGH ____+
                      |                       (1664 - 1721) m 1681
 _Thomas FARRAR ______|
| (1723 - 1761)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Barrett FARRAR 
|  (1746 - 1810)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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AMADEUS de LANGRES

____ - 0827

ID Number: I69792

  • DEATH: 0827
  • RESOURCES: See: notes

Family 1 :
  1. +ANCHIER "The Burgundian" Count of Orchert

Notes


Amadeus de Langres Died: 827 Reference: Europäische Stammtafeln

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William LEE

31 Aug 1739 - 27 Jun 1795

ID Number: I28726

  • OCCUPATION: Sheriff of London & title of City Alderman
  • RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA & London, ENG
  • BIRTH: 31 Aug 1739, Stratford Hall, Westmoreland Co. VA
  • DEATH: 27 Jun 1795, Green Spring Manor-hous near Williamsburg, Virginia
  • BURIAL: churchyard at Jamestown, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S965] [S1516] [S1856]
Father: Thomas LEE of Stratford
Mother: Hannah Philippa Harrison LUDWELL


Family 1 : Hannah Philippa LUDWELL
  1.  William Ludwell LEE
  2.  Portia LEE
  3.  Brutus LEE
  4.  Cornelia LEE

Notes


"William Lee served as his brother's clerk-steward and "principal manager of his whole Estate" from 1755-1758. He also, Worked with brother Arthur in London as a spy. 1773 elected Sheriff of London." "William, one of Col. Phil's sternest and most unforgiving critics, wrote his nephew: The Death of your Uncle [Philip Ludwell Lee] w[oul]d have been always unhappy but particularly so at this time when America stands in need of steady friends to prevent her from being enslaved ."


"For a time, the careers of Thomas Lee's youngest sons, William (1739-1795) and Arthur (1740-1792), seemed sure to eclipse those of their older brothers. Ingratiating themselves with the British aristocracy, they soon abandoned their promising careers as "Englishmen" and risked their lives and fortunes in the cause for American independence. Their contributions to the Revolution are often overlooked; their work frequently was done in secret and well away from the visible sphere of American politics. From their base in London, they gained access to invaluable information on the motives of King George III and Parliament, which, at the risk of treason charges, they passed on to their brothers in America.
Labeled "vagrant Americans" and "pestilent traitors" by an increasingly suspicious English Parliament, they were America's first spies and worke tirelessly in that capacity for governmental as well as popular support for the American cause.


From their years in England, the brothers were well acquainted with British political and social life. In July 1773, to the astonishment of all, William Lee was elected Sheriff of London. He went on to claim the title of City Alderman, which made him a powerful American political figure in England. Eyeing a seat in Parliament, William became increasingly vocal in his support for the rights of the colonies and believed his political influence in the English capital would further the cause for independence. His brother Arthur, meanwhile, used entirely different methods to attain the common goal.


Well educated, Arthur Lee was considered an intellectual presence in London. Graduating with honors from Edinburgh University with a degree in medicine, he also studied law in London before abandoning these careers to write political tracts in support of the colonies. Under various pen names, Arthur was as prolific as he was patriotic. His pamphlets were distributed throughout Europe and America and served to rally sympathizers in support of the American cause. A 1775 editorial in the Virginia Gazette praised "the amiable Dr. Lee, admired by all for his literary abilities and excellent pieces in Vindication of the colonies, shines conspicuously as one of the first patriots of his age."


With war imminent, the Continental Congress named Arthur its secret agent in London. In this role he made contact with the French agent, Beaumarchais, and initiated a flow of supplies between France and America. A few months later, Congress named Arthur, along with Benjamin Franklin and Silas Deane, as Commissioners to the court of Versailles. It also made William its commercial agent in French ports. By June of 1776, both brothers were in Paris.


William later became commissioner to the courts of Berlin and Vienna. Arthur, in concert with Franklin and Deane, made overtures to the Courts of Madrid and Berlin. Neither Germany nor Spain intended to establish diplomatic relations with the new nation until France entered the war; thus their efforts to secure international support for the American cause proved futile.


The careers of William and Arthur were impeded by bitter debates with Silas Deane, each questioning the other's allegiance to his country. The controversy divided Congress in a vituperative debate. The political infighting resulted in the reorganization of the diplomatic corps and all but one of the positions held by the two brothers were eliminated. Neither brother was ever reappointed to an important government post.


The Silas Deane affair seemed to have embittered not only William and Arthur but the Lee family as a whole. Accusations, though unproven and unfounded, tarnished the Lee family name. Ever courageous, the brothers defended one another with the same vigor and spirit that brought them so much respect and admiration in their pursuit of American liberty."


Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume II, I--Fathers of the Revolution: William Lee seventh son of Thomas and Hannah (Ludwell) Lee, was born at "Stratford," Westmoreland county, Virginia, August 13, 1759, and was educated, it is believed, at home by private tutors. In February, 1766, he was a signer of the Westmoreland county resolutions against the Stamp Act, and shortly after went to England, where he engaged in business. He took an active interest in the politics of the day, and was instrumental in inducing the merchants of London to remonstrate to parliament against the revenue taxes on America, which contributed to bring about a repeal of all the taxes except that on tea. He was probably the first American to express his opinions in favor of the separation of the American colonies. In May, 1775, he was elected an alderman of London, and in 1776 held the office of sheriff. The same year he went with his brother to Paris, and about April 21, 1777, he received notice of his appointment by the Continental Congress as commercial agent to the United States in France; in September, 1777, he was appointed to represent the government at Berlin and Vienna, and later on he accepted the position of representative at the Hague. In 1778, by permission of the Holland government, he met Jean de Neufville, and Amsterdam merchant, at Aix-la-Chapelle, to complete the negotiation of a loan for the American colonies. The two commissioners drew up a commercial treaty, and it was signed by de Neufville and Van Berckel, burgomaster of Amsterdam, and entrusted to Henry Laurens to be carried to America for the approval of Congress. By the capture of Laurens, when on his way from America to the Hague to obtain the loan, the paper fell into the hands of the British ministry and was made the pretext for declaring war against Holland. In the difficulties between Arthur Lee and the other two American commissioners to Paris, Franklin and Deane, William Lee took part and, in 1779, with his brother, was ordered by Congress to return home; but no action was taken after their arrival. He married his cousin, Hannah Philippa Ludwell, who brought him the "Green Spring" estate (former residence of Sir William Berkeley). He died June 27, 1795, and was buried in the churchyard at Jamestown. He left one son, William Ludwell Lee, who died without issue; and two daughters--Portia, who married William Hodgson, of White Haven, England, and Cornelia, who married John Hopkins, Esq., of Richmond, Virginia.


LEE, William, diplomatist, was born at "Stratford," Va., in 1737; fifth son of Thomas and Hannah (Ludwell) Lee. He was educated at Eton and engaged in commercial business in London, acting for a time as agent for Virginia. He resided in Middlesex and was sheriff of the county, and in 1775 became an alderman of London. He gave up a lucrative business and went to France with his brother Arthur in 1776 and was appointed by the Continental congress, commercial agent at Nantes. He was U.S. commissioner to the Hague and to Berlin and Vienna, but was not allowed to take up his residence in either of these cities. Holland, Prussia and Austria not having recognized the United States government, desired to maintain a neutral position and not offend England, and his negotiations were therefore conducted from Paris. In 1778, by permission of the Holland government, he met Jan de Neufville, an Amsterdam merchant, at Aix-la-Chapelle, to complete the negotiations of a loan for the American colonies. The two commissioners drew up a commercial treaty to be adopted by their respective governments and it was signed by Neufville and Van Berckel, burgomaster of Amsterdam, and entrusted to Henry Laurens to be carried to America for the approval of the Continental congress. By the capture of Laurens, when on his way from America to the Hague to obtain the loan, the paper fell into the hands Of the British ministry and was made the pretext for declaring war against Holland. In the difficulties between Arthur Lee and the two other American commissioners to Paris. William Lee took part in the quarrel and in 1779 with his brother was ordered by congress to report in America, but no action was taken after their arrival. He married his cousin, Hannah Philippa Ludwell, who brought him the Green Spring Manor-house, near Williamsburg, where he died, June 27, 1795.
Src: Biographies of Notable Americans, 1904







[S1856] [S1856] [S1856]


                                                                        _Richard LEE "the immigrant"_______+
                                                                       | (1613 - 1664) m 1641              
                                     _Richard LEE _____________________|
                                    | (1647 - 1714) m 1674             |
                                    |                                  |_Anne CONSTABLE OWEN? _____________+
                                    |                                    (1615 - 1706) m 1641              
 _Thomas LEE of Stratford___________|
| (1690 - 1750) m 1722              |
|                                   |                                   _Henry CORBIN "the Immigrant"______
|                                   |                                  | (1629 - 1675) m 1645              
|                                   |_Laetitia CORBIN _________________|
|                                     (1657 - 1706) m 1674             |
|                                                                      |_Alice ELTONHEAD __________________+
|                                                                        (1627 - 1685) m 1645              
|
|--William LEE 
|  (1739 - 1795)
|                                                                       _Philip LUDWELL of the Carolinas___
|                                                                      | (1638 - 1704) m 1668              
|                                    _Philip LUDWELL II of Greenspring_|
|                                   | (1672 - 1726) m 1697             |
|                                   |                                  |_Lucy Burwell HIGGINSON ___________+
|                                   |                                    (1632 - 1675) m 1668              
|_Hannah Philippa Harrison LUDWELL _|
  (1701 - 1750) m 1722              |
                                    |                                   _Benjamin HARRISON II of Wakefield_+
                                    |                                  | (1645 - 1712)                     
                                    |_Hannah HARRISON _________________|
                                      (1678 - 1731) m 1697             |
                                                                       |_Hannah CHURCHILL? ________________
                                                                         (1651 - 1698)                     

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[S1516]

[S1856]

[S1856]

[S1856]

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Mary LEWIS

22 Apr 1759 - 25 Dec 1759

ID Number: I32642

Father: Fielding LEWIS Sr. of Warner Hall
Mother: Elizabeth "Bettie" WASHINGTON



                                                                   _John IV "Councillor" LEWIS __+
                                                                  | (1669 - 1725) m 1685         
                                     _John LEWIS V of Warner Hall_|
                                    | (.... - 1754) m 1718        |
                                    |                             |_Elizabeth (Isabelle) WARNER _+
                                    |                               (1672 - 1719) m 1685         
 _Fielding LEWIS Sr. of Warner Hall_|
| (1725 - 1781) m 1750              |
|                                   |                              _Henry FIELDING ______________
|                                   |                             | (1670 - ....)                
|                                   |_Frances FIELDING ___________|
|                                     (1694 - 1752) m 1718        |
|                                                                 |_Lane HOWELL _________________
|                                                                   (1670 - ....)                
|
|--Mary LEWIS 
|  (1759 - 1759)
|                                                                  _Lawrence WASHINGTON _________+
|                                                                 | (1659 - 1697) m 1686         
|                                    _Augustine WASHINGTON Sr.____|
|                                   | (1694 - 1743) m 1731        |
|                                   |                             |_Mildred WARNER ______________+
|                                   |                               (1670 - 1701) m 1686         
|_Elizabeth "Bettie" WASHINGTON ____|
  (1733 - 1797) m 1750              |
                                    |                              _Joseph BALL of Epping Forest_+
                                    |                             | (1649 - 1711) m 1706         
                                    |_Mary BALL __________________|
                                      (1707 - 1790) m 1731        |
                                                                  |_Mary MONTAGUE _______________+
                                                                    (1664 - 1743) m 1706         

Sources

[S760]

[S1975]

[S2170]

[S2174]


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Mary LEWIS

ABT 1760 - 10 Oct 1801

ID Number: I94996

  • RESIDENCE: Albemarle Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • DEATH: 10 Oct 1801
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1615]
Father: John LEWIS
Mother: Anne LEWIS


Family 1 : David Wood MERIWETHER
  1. +Henry Wood MERIWETHER

Notes


2 Mary LEWIS + David Wood MERIWETHER

                                                 _Zachary LEWIS I______________________+
                                                | (1673 - ....) m 1695                 
                       _Zachary LEWIS II________|
                      | (1702 - 1765) m 1725    |
                      |                         |_Mary WALKER _________________________
                      |                           (1677 - 1725) m 1695                 
 _John LEWIS _________|
| (1729 - 1780)       |
|                     |                          _John II WALLER Gent. "the immigrant"_+
|                     |                         | (1673 - 1753) m 1696                 
|                     |_Mary WALLER ____________|
|                       (1698 - 1781) m 1725    |
|                                               |_Dorothy (Dorothea) KING _____________
|                                                 (1675 - 1759) m 1696                 
|
|--Mary LEWIS 
|  (1760 - 1801)
|                                                _John IV "Councillor" LEWIS __________+
|                                               | (1669 - 1725) m 1685                 
|                      _Robert LEWIS of Belvoir_|
|                     | (1704 - 1765) m 1725    |
|                     |                         |_Elizabeth (Isabelle) WARNER _________+
|                     |                           (1672 - 1719) m 1685                 
|_Anne LEWIS _________|
  (1730 - ....)       |
                      |                          _Nicholas MERIWETHER II_______________+
                      |                         | (1667 - 1744) m 1687                 
                      |_Jane MERIWETHER ________|
                        (1705 - 1745) m 1725    |
                                                |_Elizabeth CRAWFORD __________________+
                                                  (1654 - 1744) m 1687                 

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Capt. Benjamin SANDIDGE

ABT 1758 - 1 Nov 1829

ID Number: I2573

Father: John SANDIDGE
Mother: Keziah GATEWOOD


Family 1 : Elizabeth CHILDRESS
  1. +Anderson Brown SANDIDGE
  2. +Lindsey SANDIDGE
  3. +Mary C. "Polly" SANDIDGE
  4. +Nancy SANDIDGE
  5. +Elizabeth Stewart SANDIDGE
  6.  Mahala SANDIDGE
  7.  Tabitha SANDIDGE

Notes


Order Book 1782-1784, p. 201. "Marriage Bonds and Other Marriage Records of Amherst Co. VA 1763-1800", Compiled by Wm. Montgomery Sweeny. p. 67.
"Living Descendants of Blood Royal, p. 327".
Died in 1829; Drowned in the Buffalo River, VA.


NEWSPAPER Visitor and telegraph. ENTRY Died- In Amherst County on November 1, Benjamin Sandidge, age 70. (p.3, c. 5); DATE OF PUB. Saturday, November 14, 1829.
NEWSPAPER Lynchburg Virginian (Lynchburg, Va. : 1829); ENTRY Died- In Amherst County on November 1, Benjamin Sandidge, age about 70 years. (p. 3, c. 5); DATE OF PUB. Thursday, November 5, 1829. FILM NO. Available on microfilm (Library of Virginia Film 138).


Named in John Sandidge's as son, will dtd 6 Dec 1796, pr 21 Feb 1802.


[S339] [S1579]

[19351]
drown in Buffalo River, VA

[522998]
by the Rev. Benjamin Coleman


                                              _John SANDIDGE I_________________+
                                             | (1666 - 1708) m 1690            
                       _William SANDIDGE Sr._|
                      | (1698 - 1746) m 1715 |
                      |                      |_Mary VAUGHAN ___________________
                      |                        (1670 - 1707) m 1690            
 _John SANDIDGE ______|
| (1730 - ....) m 1752|
|                     |                       _William PULLIAM ________________+
|                     |                      | (1665 - 1715) m 1687            
|                     |_Anne PULLIAM ________|
|                       (1700 - 1794) m 1715 |
|                                            |_Sarah or Ann? PATTERSON ________+
|                                              (1665 - ....) m 1687            
|
|--Benjamin SANDIDGE 
|  (1758 - 1829)
|                                             _John GATEWOOD I "the Immigrant"_+
|                                            | (1640 - 1706) m 1680            
|                      _Henry GATEWOOD Sr.___|
|                     | (1692 - 1777) m 1714 |
|                     |                      |_Amy "Amie" MCGRAW (MAGRAH) _____+
|                     |                        (1660 - ....) m 1680            
|_Keziah GATEWOOD ____|
  (1730 - 1796) m 1752|
                      |                       _Richard DUDLEY III______________+
                      |                      | (1665 - 1716) m 1688            
                      |_Dorothy DUDLEY ______|
                        (1695 - 1751) m 1714 |
                                             |_Elizabeth SAXE _________________+
                                               (1670 - ....) m 1688            

Sources

[S265]

[S125]

[S265]

[S339]

[S515]

[S1579]

[S339]

[S1579]

[S266]


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Mary WHITE

ABT 1750 - ____

ID Number: I76705

  • RESIDENCE: Goochland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2927]

Family 1 : James THOMAS

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