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Susanne BUCKNER

BEF 1711 - 9 Jul 1739

ID Number: I59884

  • RESIDENCE: Caroline & Essex Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: BEF 1711, Caroline Co. VA
  • DEATH: 9 Jul 1739, Golden Vale, Essex Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2224]
Father: Richard BUCKNER I
Mother: Elizabeth COOKE



                                                        _(RESEARCH QUERY) BUCKNER of Old Virginia & Kentuck_
                                                       |                                                    
                       _John BUCKNER I "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1630 - 1695) m 1661           |
                      |                                |____________________________________________________
                      |                                                                                     
 _Richard BUCKNER I___|
| (1662 - 1731) m 1689|
|                     |                                 ____________________________________________________
|                     |                                |                                                    
|                     |_Debra FERRERS _________________|
|                       (1642 - 1698) m 1661           |
|                                                      |____________________________________________________
|                                                                                                           
|
|--Susanne BUCKNER 
|  (1711 - 1739)
|                                                       _Mordecai COOKE I "the Immigrant"___________________
|                                                      | (1610 - 1661)                                      
|                      _Mordecai COOKE II______________|
|                     | (1649 - 1718) m 1670           |
|                     |                                |____________________________________________________
|                     |                                                                                     
|_Elizabeth COOKE ____|
  (1671 - 1748) m 1689|
                      |                                 _William IRONMONGER "The Immigrant"_________________+
                      |                                | (1629 - 1695) m 1651                               
                      |_Frances IRONMONGER ____________|
                        (1654 - ....) m 1670           |
                                                       |_Elizabeth JONES ___________________________________+
                                                         (1622 - ....) m 1651                               

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Thomas CATLETT

ABT 1669 - 1739

ID Number: I18818

  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1669, Hanover Parish, King George Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1739
  • RESOURCES: See: [S602]
Father: John CATLETT III
Mother: Elizabeth GAINES


Family 1 : Martha THORNTON
  1. +Martha CATLETT

Notes


In John Catlett will of 1724; To son Thomas, all my land purchased by me and Rowland Thornton, of Micajah and Richd. Perry, being part of mortgage from Chas. Smith, Micajah Perry, Thos. Lane and Richd. Perry. To son Thomas upper part of said purchased land. To Son Thomas, 600 acres in Spotsylvania Co. and 400 acres, part of same tract that I gave to my grandson Catlett Conway.

                                                         _John "Ye Younger" CATLETT II______
                                                        | (1600 - 1625) m 1623              
                       _John CATLETT II "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1624 - 1670) m 1663            |
                      |                                 |_Sarah HAWKINS ____________________
                      |                                   (1600 - 1642) m 1623              
 _John CATLETT III____|
| (1665 - 1724)       |
|                     |                                  _William UNDERWOOD "the Immigrant"_
|                     |                                 | (1595 - 1645) m 1620              
|                     |_Elizabeth UNDERWOOD ____________|
|                       (1632 - 1673) m 1663            |
|                                                       |_Margaret__________________________
|                                                         (1600 - 1673) m 1620              
|
|--Thomas CATLETT 
|  (1669 - 1739)
|                                                        _Thomas GAINES Sr. "the Immigrant"_+
|                                                       | (1584 - 1685) m 1608              
|                      _Daniel GAINES __________________|
|                     | (1614 - 1682) m 1643            |
|                     |                                 |_Blanche KEMIS ____________________
|                     |                                   (1590 - ....) m 1608              
|_Elizabeth GAINES ___|
  (1659 - ....)       |
                      |                                  _FRANCIS BERNARD Jr._______________+
                      |                                 | (1558 - 1630)                     
                      |_Margaret BERNARD _______________|
                        (1625 - 1686) m 1643            |
                                                        |_Mary WOOLHOUSE ___________________+
                                                          (1580 - ....)                     

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Maj. Francis DADE I "the Immigrant"

28 Nov 1621 - 1 May 1663

ID Number: I44910

  • TITLE: Maj.
  • OCCUPATION: speaker of the house of burgesses in 1658
  • RESIDENCE: of Tannington, Suffolk, ENG and bef 1651 Warwick and Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 28 Nov 1621, Sufolk, England
  • DEATH: 1 May 1663, at sea on return voyage from England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1531] [S2049]
Father: WILLIAM DADE Esq. of TANNINGTON
Mother: MARY WINGFIELD


Family 1 : Beheathland BERNARD
  1. +Francis DADE II
  2. +Mary DADE

Notes


Alias: John Smith. member from Warwick County and Speaker of the House of Burgesses 1658 (under alias as John Smith).
CAPTAIN FRANCIS DADE: He was christened, November 28, 1621, Suffolk, England and died May 1, 1663 at sea. He migrated to Virginia before 1651 and assumed the name of John Smith, doubtless owning to his Royalist connections or sympathies. After the Restoration, in 1660, he resumed his name and returned to England on a visit. On his way back to Virginia he died at sea, dictating his nuncupative will to William Storke. He married Beheathland Bernard, 1652 Warwick Co., Virginia. Beheathland Bernard was born 1630/35, Warwick River Co., Virginia and died 1720, Stafford, Virginia. Beheathland Bernard was the daughter of Thomas Bernard and Mary Beheathland.


"In 1652 John Smith assigned this patent to Hugh Dowding. By the power of attorney annexed to his deed it appears this John Smith left a widow named Behethland, who afterwards married Maj. Andrew Gibson (Lib. A. 183-4). A patent of 600 acres on Mahodock, to John Smith, dated 1662, and an assignment of part of that patent by Francis Dade to John Harvey, the said Francis Dade acknowledging that the said Smith was Francis Dade and that he had assumed the name of Smith. (Maid Lib. D. 341)."--A History of Chapman and Alexander Families." From http://www.oedgs.com/dade_pedigree.htm
Children of Francis Dade and Beheathland Bernard:
i. Frances Dade Jr., was born 1652; died young or unmarried
ii. Anne Dade, was born 1654, she married William Lane.
iii. Mary Dade, was born 1656 and died 1699. She married twice, firstly, about 1677, Capt. Robert Massey (d. 1689); and, secondly, 1692, Col. Rice Hooe (d. 1726). Col. Rice Hooe married seconly, Frances (Townshend) Dade Withers (d. 1726)
iv. Elizabeth Dade, was born 1658. She married Major Edward Griffith of Warwick County.


Major John Smith Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume I
IV--Burgesses and Other Prominent Persons. came to Virginia about 1650, and resided first in Warwick county; was speaker of the house of burgesses in 1658; removed to Westmoreland county, where he was known as Major Francis Dade. He died in 1662. Ancestor of the Dade family of Virginia.



[S1531] [S1597]


                                                                     _WILLIAM DADE Gent. of WHITTON_
                                                                    | (1530 - 1597) m 1556          
                                   _THOMAS DADE Gent. of TANNINGTON_|
                                  | (1556 - 1619) m 1575            |
                                  |                                 |_MARGERY GODBOLD ______________+
                                  |                                   (1534 - 1624) m 1556          
 _WILLIAM DADE Esq. of TANNINGTON_|
| (1579 - 1659) m 1612            |
|                                 |                                  _RICHARD CORNWALLIS ___________
|                                 |                                 | (1520 - ....)                 
|                                 |_ANNE CORNWALLIS ________________|
|                                   (1558 - 1612) m 1575            |
|                                                                   |_MARGARET LOUTHE ______________+
|                                                                     (1529 - 1603)                 
|
|--Francis DADE I "the Immigrant"
|  (1621 - 1663)
|                                                                    _______________________________
|                                                                   |                               
|                                  _HENRY WINGFIELD ________________|
|                                 | (1560 - ....)                   |
|                                 |                                 |_______________________________
|                                 |                                                                 
|_MARY WINGFIELD _________________|
  (1583 - 1624) m 1612            |
                                  |                                  _THOMAS RISBY _________________
                                  |                                 | (1550 - ....)                 
                                  |_ELIZABETH RISBY ________________|
                                    (1570 - ....)                   |
                                                                    |_______________________________
                                                                                                    

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[S1531]

[S2049]

[S1531]

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Mary DREW

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I26055

  • RESIDENCE: Williamsburg, Craven Co. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S985] [S898]
Father: Nathaniel DREW
Mother: Mary BARR


Family 1 : John BROCKINGTON I "the Immigrant"
  1. +John BROCKINGTON II
  2.  Margaret BROCKINGTON
  3.  Sarah BROCKINGTON

Notes


Dau of Nathaniel Drew.

                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _Nathaniel DREW _____|
| (1700 - 1750)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Mary DREW 
|  (1730 - ....)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Mary BARR __________|
  (1700 - 1762)       |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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[S898]

[S985]

[S898]


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ELIZABETH de la FORD

ABT 1400 - ____

ID Number: I51259

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1400
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1827]

Family 1 : RICHARD BLOUNT
  1. +ELIZABETH BLOUNT

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Ann (Nancy Ann) GAINES

ABT 1774 - ____

ID Number: I57514

Father: Richard GAINES
Mother: Jemima PENDLETON


Family 1 : William BOTTS
Family 2 : Christopher CRIGLER

Notes


shows NANCY ANN GAINES, d. Clark Co, VA; m. CRISTOPHER CRIGLER. Conflict: in place: Ann Gaines, (or it may have been Nancy Ann Gaines) was a widow whose last name was Botts, when she married Christopher Crigler in 1793 Hebron Lutheran Church in Madison, Ky.

[S2103] [S757]


                                               _Richard GAINES I___________+
                                              | (1686 - 1755) m 1704       
                       _William Henry GAINES _|
                      | (1705 - 1796) m 1727  |
                      |                       |_Catherine Madison RAWLING _
                      |                         (1680 - 1755) m 1704       
 _Richard GAINES _____|
| (1728 - 1804) m 1758|
|                     |                        _Henry PENDLETON ___________+
|                     |                       | (1683 - 1721) m 1701       
|                     |_Isabella PENDLETON ___|
|                       (1712 - 1781) m 1727  |
|                                             |_Mary Bishop TAYLOR ________+
|                                               (1688 - 1770) m 1701       
|
|--Ann (Nancy Ann) GAINES 
|  (1774 - ....)
|                                              _Philip PENDLETON Jr._______+
|                                             | (1689 - 1753) m 1710       
|                      _Philip PENDLETON _____|
|                     | (1728 - 1778)         |
|                     |                       |_Elizabeth POLLARD _________+
|                     |                         (1693 - 1751) m 1710       
|_Jemima PENDLETON ___|
  (1750 - 1805) m 1758|
                      |                        ____________________________
                      |                       |                            
                      |_Martha________________|
                        (1732 - 1750)         |
                                              |____________________________
                                                                           

Sources

[S2103]

[S757]

[S979]

[S1286]

[S2103]

[S757]


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Elnora Burnley GRAVES

17 Jul 1853 - 14 Sep 1892

ID Number: I82718

  • RESIDENCE: Fayette Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 17 Jul 1853
  • DEATH: 14 Sep 1892
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2773]
Father: Robert Benjamin GRAVES
Mother: Jane Rachel HUGHES


Family 1 : John Winston COLEMAN

Notes


2 Elnora Burnley GRAVES b: 17 Jul 1853 d: 14 Sep 1892 + John Winston COLEMAN b: 1852 d: 1929

                                                     _Joseph Thomas GRAVES I_____+
                                                    | (1726 - 1785)              
                           _Joseph Thomas GRAVES II_|
                          | (1769 - 1826) m 1790    |
                          |                         |_Frances "Frankey" COLEMAN _+
                          |                           (1744 - 1844)              
 _Robert Benjamin GRAVES _|
| (1813 - 1887) m 1844    |
|                         |                          _Robert GOODWIN ____________+
|                         |                         | (1739 - 1789) m 1766       
|                         |_Mary GOODWIN ___________|
|                           (1772 - 1815) m 1790    |
|                                                   |_Jane TULLOCH ______________
|                                                     (1750 - 1822) m 1766       
|
|--Elnora Burnley GRAVES 
|  (1853 - 1892)
|                                                    ____________________________
|                                                   |                            
|                          _Jacob HUGHES ___________|
|                         | (1795 - ....)           |
|                         |                         |____________________________
|                         |                                                      
|_Jane Rachel HUGHES _____|
  (1821 - 1903) m 1844    |
                          |                          ____________________________
                          |                         |                            
                          |_________________________|
                                                    |
                                                    |____________________________
                                                                                 

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Harmon HARRISON "the Immigrant"

ABT 1578 - ABT 1675

ID Number: I98580

  • OCCUPATION: England and Abt Oct 1608 Jamestown,Virginia; member of the VA Company
  • RESIDENCE: England and Jamestown and York Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1578, Jamestowne, Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 1675, of Jamestowne, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: Possible ancestor of Limestone Co. AL kin [S24] [S3579]
Father: John HARRISON
Mother: Susanna


Family 1 : HILL
  1. +James HARRISON
  2. +John HARRISON
  3.  Thomas HARRISON
  4.  Andrew HARRISON
  5.  Hannah HARRISON
  6.  William HARRISON
  7. +Thomasine HARRISON
  8.  Elizabeth HARRISON

Notes


In the book "Colonial Granville County and Its People" by Worth Ray, we learn on page 258 that Harmon Harrison, the son of Susanna, came to Jamestown on Christopher Newport's third voyage in 1608-1609 and did not die of disease. He survived the Indian troubles, probably away from the colony at the time, married and left children.


"This Harmon Harrison is believed to be the immigrant ancestor of Robert Harrison. From Henning's Statutes Vol. 1 P. 84, we learn that the Second Charter to the Treasures & Co. for Virginia erected them into a Corporation and Body Politic and for the futher enlargement and explanation of the privileges of the said company and the First Colony of Virginia. Dated May 23, 1609. Signed 7th of June, 1609. Harmon Harrison was one of the signers." - Page 12 of Christine South Gee's Daniel Family Book. ( This can be crossed referenced on the internet at The Jamestown Society's web page)


"From the Virginia Mag. of Hist. and Biog. P 160 (Swem's Index can furnish the volume number) . According to Capt. John Smith, Haron Harrison came to Virginia in 1609 on Christopher Newports third voyage. He arrived in time to witness Capt. Newport present to Powhatan the red robe and crown sent him by the Virginia Co. of London in 1609 with the subscription of $25, which would have entitled him (Harrison) to some 900 acres of land if he had lived to claim them. There is no proof he ever returned to England. It is mere conjecture that he died in an epicemic of malaria or yellow fever." - Page 12 of Christine South Gee's Daniel Family Book


"From the Virginia Mag. of History and Biog. Vol. 54 P 46, we get the following: 'On his return to the colony the new Governor (Gov. Yardley) found the usual shortage of food and almost his first official act was to send Capt. John Martin in the shallop to trade for corn with the Indians on the Eastern shore. On this expedition, Martin took with him Ensign Harmon Harrison and Ensign Edmund Rossingham, the first of whom may have been his kinsman, while the latter (whose surname was originally Van Rassegham) was Lady Yardley's nephew.' The date of this action is dated 1619 in an article on Capt. John Martin of Brandon on the James by James P. C. Southall. Jan 1946" - Page 12 of Christine South Gee's Daniel Family Book (An investigation is available on the internet detailing a complaint against Capt. Martin is is available to Ancetry.com members in the Virginia Colonial Records datatbase by searching for Harmon Harrison within that database. This record only uses the name 'Ensign Harrison).


In his book "The Lost Tribes of North Carolina", Worth, Ray quotes General Francis Burton Harrison's article in the Virigina Magazine of History and Biography "Ensign James Harrison lived in Viginia from the time of his arrival in 1618 until his death on March 22, 1682. He first entered Virginia as one of Capt. John Martins 'people' and was sent out by Martin with Ensign Rossingham to trade for corn with the Indians of the Eastern Shore. His wife was Anne Cliff, and after the death of Ensigh James Harrison, his widow Anne (Cliff) Harrison became the wife of the famous Justinian Cooper." Hugh Blair Grisby believed Harmon may have been the father to Benjamin Harrison of the Council. Futher researh is needed to confirm Harmon's survival past 1609. Worth Ray also believed Harmon survived and left children - one of which was Andrew, age 23, who was living in Norfolk in 1638. This would mean Harmon must have been married and had a child in 1615.


" Gen. Fancis Burton Harriosn, Gov. General of the Philippines in the adminstration of Woodrow Wilson, in an article in Vol. 51 P 160 of the Va. Mag. of History and Biog. makes public for the first time in 1942 and abstract of the will of Jeffrey Harrison, proved in London, Dec 17, 1605 in which he mentions his mother, Susanna, and several brothers and sisters. This will of Galfriden (Jeffery) Harrison of London, mariner, proved in London Dec. 17, 1605 says ' To my mother, Susanna Harrison all the money I left in her hands at my departure out of England. To my brothers William, Robert, and Harmon Harrison all my parts of the good ship 'The Guift of God' equally between them. To my brothers Robert and Harmon my clothers, etc.' He mentioins sisters Ann Reynolds and Thomasine Clere". - Page 12 of Christine South Gee's Daniel Family Book


The ship 'The Guift of God' can be cross referenced on the web at "www.primenet.com/~langford/ships/shpnameg.htm" and will list many voyages she made.


The 'Guift of God is mentioned in Ivor Noel Hume's book "Martin's Hundred" on page 5, 205, and 257. Here we learn the Guift of God left England in 1618 carrying 220 settlers "to populate a 20,000 acre tract, a hundred acres for each share purchased by the London investors. Following the latters instructions, the new Virginians began to build themselves an administrative center to be named Wolstenholme Towne, after the Society's most prominent shareholder." This puts The Guift of God, which Harmon owned a portion, in Virginia in 1618.


The ship 'The Gift of God' is mentioned in Ivor Noel Hume's book "The Virginia Adventure" as well on pages 113, 118, and 381. Here we learn that the 'Guif of God' was commanded by George Popham was in voyage with the 'Mary and John' and together they carried 120 persons - 65 were to remain in the New World. Because of rumors of an attack by the French from Canada, the 'Gift of God' stayed in Kennebec (the New World settlement) while the "Mary and John sailed to Plymouth, England. She stayed longer than was good for her, leaving on Dec 16 with 50 men and boys. and arriving in Plymoth, England on Feb 7, 1608. The return voyage was commaned by John Elliott [Eliot] who was to be allowed to sell the cargo of the ship when the reached the Azores because the ship could not be fully supplied in Kennebec for the unexpected large number of returning passengers. Any attempt to do so would endanger the remaining settlers - ( one of which was George Popham who did not live until the next ship arrived in the summer of 1608.


On page 380 and 381, we learn that The Virginia Company sent " no fewer than ten ships in April and May 1622. The 130-ton 'Gift of God' arrived in James Towne and was one of only two ships that have been verified as making it across the Atlantic. The 50-ton 'Bonaventure' carrying only 10 passengers was the other.


"Worth, Ray (Worth) in his book 'Colonial Granville County and Its People' on page 258 says 'It is the writers deliberate opinion after working for some years on this Harrison family that Harmon Harrison, son of Susanna, who came to Jamestown on Christopher Newport's third voyage in 1608-1609 did not die of disease, but that he surrvived the Indian troubles, perhaps form being absent from the colony at the time, that he married, left children and was the ancestor of a large number of the Harrison families who have been so much trouble to the genealogist for the past hundred years or so'" - Page 12 of Christine South Gee's Daniel Family Book


"From the Robert above (Harmon's brother), Worth Ray, who did a vast amount of work on the Harrison family, says is descended the Richard and Robert Harrison of Queen's Creek in York Co. Virginia, known as the Skinins Harrisons in Burton's book of the same." - Page 12 of Christine South Gee's Daniel Family Book.


Records of the Virginia Company of London, Volume I-IV The Records of the Virginia Company of London Vol. 3 Harmon Harrison index, p 84 and 327.


Name: Harmon Harrison
Year: 1607
Place: Jamestown, Virginia
Source Publication Code: 720
Primary Immigrant: Harrison, Harmon
Annotation: Contains passenger lists mentioned in Lancour, A Bibliography of Ship Passenger Lists, 1538-1825 (1963), nos. 198E, 200-207, 208(1), 213, 215, 219, 220, 222, 225, 227, 229-231, 232A-233, 235-237, 240(1)-243. Boyer has indexed ship names, place names, and about 12,000 personal names, with variant surname spellings. Nos. 9120, 9135, 9143, 9144, and 9151, Tepper's works, have similar lists.
Source Bibliography: BOYER, CARL, 3RD, editor Ship Passenger Lists, the South (1538-1825). Newhall, Calif.: the editor, 1979. 314p. 4th pr. 1986. Reprint. Family Line Publications, Westminster, MD, 1992. Page: 41


Source Bibliography: TYLER, LYON GARDINER. "Census of Inhabitants: Names of the First Settlers at Jamestown, 1607; Names of Those Who Came in the First Supply; Names of Those Who Came in the Second Supply; Names of Inhabitants of Jamestown in 1624." In The Cradle of the Republic: Jamestown and James River. Richmond [Va.]: The Hermitage Press, 1906, pp. 100-104. Page: 102


According to page 257 of Worth Ray's book, Harmon possibly lived in the York County area.


1607 Harmon or Herman Harrison was on the 2nd ship to Jamestown. He could be father of Benjamin Harrison I instead of Gov. John Harrison of Bermuda. Perhaps of the Yardly-Gobion Harrison family... comment: Worth Ray makes considerable discussion of Harmon and says there were several of them.


HH 4.1 - 113 Worth S. Ray's "Tennessee Cousins" gives the father of Andrew Harrison of the 1718 Essex C., VA will as Richard, son of Anthony; the same author's "Colonial Granville" has him son of Harmon. Does anyone know which if either, is right?


Title Colonial Granville County and its people : loose leaves from The lost tribes of North Carolina /
Author Ray, Worth Stickley, 1877-
Publisher Baltimore, MD : Genealogical Pub. Co., 1965.
Description 193-312 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes Reprint. Originally published, 1945.
Subjects Genealogy--Granville County.
Granville County (N.C.)--Genealogy.
Variant Title The Lost tribes of North Carolina.
Library Holdings
Location Call Number Status
Titusville GEN R 929.3756 RAY Non-Circ




                                                 _George HARRISON of Derbishire_+
                                                |                               
                       _Robert HARRISON ________|
                      | (1520 - ....)           |
                      |                         |_______________________________
                      |                                                         
 _John HARRISON ______|
| (1553 - ....) m 1574|
|                     |                          _______________________________
|                     |                         |                               
|                     |_Elizabeth FITZ-JEFFERY _|
|                       (1530 - ....)           |
|                                               |_______________________________
|                                                                               
|
|--Harmon HARRISON "the Immigrant"
|  (1578 - 1675)
|                                                _______________________________
|                                               |                               
|                      _________________________|
|                     |                         |
|                     |                         |_______________________________
|                     |                                                         
|_Susanna_____________|
  (1557 - ....) m 1574|
                      |                          _______________________________
                      |                         |                               
                      |_________________________|
                                                |
                                                |_______________________________
                                                                                

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Leola MEADE


!LIVING

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REGINALD de MOHUN 6th Baron de Mohun

ABT 1210 - ____

ID Number: I61430

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1210
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2292]

Family 1 : MAUD? de BOHUN
  1. +JOHN de MOHUN VII Baron de Mohun

Notes


Virginia Family Connections Chart, 1908 Edition

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John Henry THORNTON

1882 - ____

ID Number: I34739

  • BIRTH: 1882
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: John Thomas THORNTON
Mother: Harriet Virginia WATKINS



                                                        _____________________
                                                       |                     
                             __________________________|
                            |                          |
                            |                          |_____________________
                            |                                                
 _John Thomas THORNTON _____|
| (1848 - ....) m 1875      |
|                           |                           _____________________
|                           |                          |                     
|                           |__________________________|
|                                                      |
|                                                      |_____________________
|                                                                            
|
|--John Henry THORNTON 
|  (1882 - ....)
|                                                       _Thomas WATKINS Jr.__+
|                                                      | (1748 - 1816) m 1775
|                            _Ptolomy Lefevre WATKINS _|
|                           | (1793 - 1857) m 1825     |
|                           |                          |_Magdalene DUPUY ____+
|                           |                            (1753 - 1815) m 1775
|_Harriet Virginia WATKINS _|
  (1846 - ....) m 1875      |
                            |                           _Peter DUPUY ________+
                            |                          | (1768 - 1852) m 1789
                            |_Harriet Amasia DUPUY ____|
                              (1807 - 1872) m 1825     |
                                                       |_Margaret MARTIN ____
                                                         (1768 - 1852) m 1789

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