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John ANDERSON

ABT 1670 - 1731

ID Number: I22631

  • RESIDENCE: of New Kent Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1670, New Kent Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1731
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 13TT-3BT) [S1848] [S2578] [S2481]
Father: Robert ANDERSON I
Mother: Cecilia MASSIE


Family 1 : Sarah WADDY
  1. +Ann ANDERSON
  2. +Nelson ANDERSON

Notes


2 John Anderson b: ABT. 1670 d: 1731 + Sarah Waddy b: ABT. 1675 d: ABT. 1768
Children:
William ANDERSON
Ann ANDERSON b: 1708 d: 1803 + David CRAWFORD b: 1697 d: 1766
Nelson ANDERSON b: 1714 d: 1786


"In W.P. Anderson's 3 books, the major note on John is in "Early desc. of Wm. Overton, etc", p.35, and he says that Robert I's son John was born too late to have been the husband of Sarah Waddy, but I can't find any marriage date for Robert I or that of his son John.
John and his wife appear to be the ones who were deeded land on 28 Jan 1696 from Samuel Waddy, and John's widow conveyed these 80 acres to John Thom(p)son (7 Aug 1735--Virginia County Records, by Crozier, VII:67). In 1725 he received another grant of land in Hanover Co.


My working hypothesis is that he came from Scotland, and came here either before or after his 1700 marriage. One source claimed that the Thomas Anderson of co.Northumberland who established a shipyard at Gloucester Point in the 17th century, was the ancestor of the family in Virginia, and they are apparently unrelated to the Robert Andersons of Goldmine. (J.) David Boyle EMail: d1928@ucla.edu"



[S2578]


                                                          __
                                                         |  
                       _Richard ANDERSON "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1618 - ....)                    |
                      |                                  |__
                      |                                     
 _Robert ANDERSON I___|
| (1634 - 1712) m 1661|
|                     |                                   __
|                     |                                  |  
|                     |__________________________________|
|                                                        |
|                                                        |__
|                                                           
|
|--John ANDERSON 
|  (1670 - 1731)
|                                                         __
|                                                        |  
|                      _David MASSIE ____________________|
|                     | (1620 - ....)                    |
|                     |                                  |__
|                     |                                     
|_Cecilia MASSIE _____|
  (1646 - ....) m 1661|
                      |                                   __
                      |                                  |  
                      |_Lucelia POINDEXTER ______________|
                        (1620 - ....)                    |
                                                         |__
                                                            

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[S1848]

[S2578]

[S2481]

[S2578]

[S2578]


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WILLIAM BRUCE

ABT 1248 - ____

ID Number: I58010

  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • BIRTH: ABT 1248, Argyllshire, Scotland
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS
Father: ROBERT "The Competitor" BRUCE 5th Lord Of Annandale
Mother: ISABEL de CLARE Of Gloucester


Notes


Marriage 1 Elizabeth de Sully
Marriage 2 Constance de Morleyn

                                                                                                         _WILLIAM BRUCE 3rd Baron of Annandale__________________+
                                                                                                        | (1150 - 1215)                                         
                                                       _ROBERT "The Noble" BRUCE 4th Baron of Annandale_|
                                                      | (1164 - 1245) m 1209                            |
                                                      |                                                 |_CHRISTINA_____________________________________________
                                                      |                                                                                                         
 _ROBERT "The Competitor" BRUCE 5th Lord Of Annandale_|
| (1210 - 1295) m 1240                                |
|                                                     |                                                  _DAVID "Etherington" de HUNTINGDON Earl of Huntingdon__+
|                                                     |                                                 | (1144 - 1219) m 1190                                  
|                                                     |_ISABEL de HUNTINGDON ___________________________|
|                                                       (1192 - 1252) m 1209                            |
|                                                                                                       |_MAUD le MESCHINES of Chester__________________________+
|                                                                                                         (1171 - 1233) m 1190                                  
|
|--WILLIAM BRUCE 
|  (1248 - ....)
|                                                                                                        _RICHARD de CLARE 4th Earl of Hertford_________________+
|                                                                                                       | (1162 - 1217)                                         
|                                                      _GILBERT de CLARE 5th Earl of Hertford___________|
|                                                     | (1182 - 1230) m 1217                            |
|                                                     |                                                 |_AMICA FitzWilliam de Mellent de CAEN of Gloucester____+
|                                                     |                                                   (1160 - 1225)                                         
|_ISABEL de CLARE Of Gloucester_______________________|
  (1226 - 1264) m 1240                                |
                                                      |                                                  _WILLIAM "The Protector" MARSHALL 3rd Earl of Pembroke_+
                                                      |                                                 | (1144 - 1219) m 1189                                  
                                                      |_ISABEL MARSHALL of Pembroke_____________________|
                                                        (1200 - 1239) m 1217                            |
                                                                                                        |_ISABEL de CLARE of Pembroke___________________________+
                                                                                                          (1174 - 1220) m 1189                                  

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James Guerrant BRYANT

3 Mar 1787 - 13 Feb 1840

ID Number: I5166

  • RESIDENCE: of Cumberland Co. VA & Bryantsville, Garrard Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 3 Mar 1787, of Crab Orchard, Kentucky
  • DEATH: 13 Feb 1840, Bryantsville, KY [37391]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S205] [S1573] [S1935] [S1936] [S2204]
Father: John (Brian) BRYANT
Mother: Mary OWSLEY


Family 1 : Martha "Patsy" BOURNE
  1. +James Martin BRYANT
  2. +Stephen C. BRYANT
Family 2 : Kitty CECIL

Notes


JAMES GUERRANT BRYANT: The town of Bryantsville, Kentucky, founded 9 Feb. 1836 was named for James G. Bryant. Here is the text of the legislation which established the town: Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, that the town now laid off and created in the county of Garrard, near the Burnt tavern, on the land of James Bryant, shall be and the same is hereby established and known by the name of "Bryantsville," and that James G. Bryant, William Daniel and Samuel M. Graham, be, and they are hereby appointed trustees of said town." (fron: The Central Record, 22 Oct. 1992, Garrard Co. Ky.) James and other Bryants are buried on a knoll at the north end of town, under a cluster of trees.

[37391]
Death: 16 FEB 1841


                                                  _Jacques (James) BRYANT (BRIAND\BRIANT) Sr._+
                                                 | (1709 - ....) m 1732                       
                        _James BRYANT Jr.________|
                       | (1739 - ....) m 1758    |
                       |                         |_Elizabeth LEFEVRE _________________________+
                       |                           (1712 - 1744) m 1732                       
 _John (Brian) BRYANT _|
| (1760 - 1833) m 1786 |
|                      |                          _Pierre "Peter" GUERRANT (GUERIN) Sr._______+
|                      |                         | (1697 - 1750) m 1732                       
|                      |_Madalene Jane GUERRANT _|
|                        (1742 - ....) m 1758    |
|                                                |_Magdalene TRABUE __________________________+
|                                                  (1715 - 1787) m 1732                       
|
|--James Guerrant BRYANT 
|  (1787 - 1840)
|                                                 _Thomas OWSLEY II___________________________+
|                                                | (1696 - 1751)                              
|                       _Thomas OWSLEY III_______|
|                      | (1731 - 1796) m 1746    |
|                      |                         |_Ann WEST? _________________________________+
|                      |                           (1707 - 1750)                              
|_Mary OWSLEY _________|
  (1768 - 1848) m 1786 |
                       |                          _Thomas II MIDDLETON _______________________+
                       |                         | (.... - 1767) m 1729                       
                       |_Mary MIDDLETON _________|
                         (1730 - 1808) m 1746    |
                                                 |_Ann BAYNE _________________________________+
                                                   (1712 - ....) m 1729                       

Sources

[S1573]

[S205]

[S1573]

[S1935]

[S1936]

[S2204]


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Thomas BURTON Sr. of Cobbs

ABT 1634 - 1 Apr 1686

ID Number: I35235

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1634, Of Henrico Co. VA
  • DEATH: 1 Apr 1686, Henrico Co. VA [174774]
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 39T4-JL) [S717] [S2649]
Father: Richard BURTON "the immigrant"
Mother: Katherine CHRISTIAN


Family 1 : Susannah ALLEN
Family 2 : Susannah HATCHER
  1.  Thomas BURTON Jr.
  2. +John BURTON of Cobbs
  3.  Isaac BURTON
  4. +Abraham BURTON
  5. +Ann BURTON

Notes


2 Thomas Sr of Cobbs ( The Immigrant) Burton b: ABT. 1634 d: 1 APR 1686 + Susannah Allen b: 1646 d: ABT. 1678 + Susannah Hatcher b: ABT. 1646 d: ABT. 1668/


Thomas came to America in 1656 and lived at Cobbs, Chesterfield Co Va. His home was known as the Bolling home. Thomas left it to his son, John, who sold it to Bolling family in 1704.


He owned Cobbs Plantation, thus called "Thomas of Cobbs".
Source: "A History of a Colonial Land Patent" 1639-1864 Ancestral Home of Thomas Burton from 1656-1685
In 1656, Robert Cobbs sold the same 350 acres to Michael Masters in turn surrendered the 350 acres to Thomas & John Burton. (Will & Deed Books, Henrico Co., Va. / transcript)
p 265 At Court at Fort Henry Jan 15, 1656
Present : Col. Abraham Wood, Mr Wm. Baugh. Mr Wm Walthall and me George Worsham, Commissioners
I John, Knight, etc. grant to Ambrose Cobbs. 350 acres on Appomattox River in Henrico, Co. bounded on south by the main river, west by land of Mr John Baugh, north by the main woods Signed : Thos Brerton
"extracted from the records of Bristol Parrish by Nich. Dison. C. Cur."
Recorded 1 Feb. 1683 at request of Thomas Burton.


From the evidence it appears that the John Burton referred to above is the brother of Thomas Burton. However, in the sequence of deeds to follow, John does not appear as a grantor. Thus in May, 1656 Thomas Burton became the owner of "Cobbs". Subsequently he was known as Thomas Burton of Cobbs. John Burton settled 8-10 miles to the north on land patents north of the James River and his decendants form a long family of Burtons throughout the south. John Burton's plantation was called "Longfield".
By the time Thomas Burton became established at "Cobbs", the Colonial government was functioning and the tobacco trade flourished. Increasingly, however, the colonist began to resist English taxation and repression and by 1776 Bacon's Rebellion and the Mecklenburg Declaration evidenced the Revolutionary War to follow.


"Cobbs" was located in an area strategic to both sides in the revolution. In 1781 both Lafayette and Cornwallis passed through or within a few miles of Cobbs, prior to the siege and surrender of British forces at Yorktown.


From 1636 to 1865, "Cobbs" was in the very center of Colonial expansion and the formation of our nation. Indian massacres, revolution, Constitutional government, the War of 1812, and the War between the States all occured at sites near or within the confines of the Estate. Within 25 miles lay the Jamestown Colony, Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Richmond. The owners and occupants of this remarkable Estate were a cross section of pioneers, adventurers, merchants, planters, statesmen, hunters and war heroes; and not the least of these THOMAS BURTON, OF " COBBS".


In a will recorded 1 Feb, 1685, Thomas Burton leaves 100 acres each to his sons, Thomas, John, Abraham and Issac. Note that the original 350 acres has become 400 acres. We do not know if 50 acres were acquired after 1656 or if the descriptions were general in nature.
In 1735, Issac Burton sold his 100 acres to John Bolling, son of John Bolling of Cobbs, and thus the last Burton "Cobbs".


John Bolling purchased "Cobbs" in Nov, 1704 from John Burton, the land consisting of 300 acres. The descendants of John Bolling were distinguished and active in Military, Commerce and the Political development of Virginia. John Bolling was born in 1676 and died in 1709. He was the great grandson of Rolfe & Pocahontas and carried on a lively trade with the Indians. He was buried at Cobbs and his marker was surrounded by a stone wall.


John Bolling was born in 1676 and died in 1709. In 1622 a band of Indians led by Chief Opechancanough led an uprising that massacred 347 colonist, one third of the settlers in Va. In addition to Jamestown to the south, Henricus, several miles to the north of "Cobbs" suffered a severe loss of life.


During the War of 1812, the French Navy controlled the Chesapeake Bay area. From Feb 1813 to July 1815, there were few land engagements near Cobbs, but the French did carry out limited foraging expeditions along the banks of the James and Appomattox Rivers. During one of these expeditions the Cobbs Estate was overun. The outbuildings and grain storage buildings were burned, but the Mansion and the family grave areas were spared.


The Burton decendants were moving west to Amelia County and Meckenburg as the Civil War neared. Almost all Burtons were slave holders and caught up in the turmoil of the growing conflict over states's rights and slavery and the call for secession from the Union.


"Ochre", first used as war paint by the indians, was mined at Cobbs. This was in trade by the subsequent owners of "Cobbs" until ca. 1900.





[174774]
or abt Feb 1685


                                                        _(RESEARCH QUERY) BURTON _
                                                       |                          
                                  _Francis BURTON _____|
                                 | (1560 - ....)       |
                                 |                     |__________________________
                                 |                                                
 _Richard BURTON "the immigrant"_|
| (1582 - ....) m 1608           |
|                                |                      __________________________
|                                |                     |                          
|                                |_____________________|
|                                                      |
|                                                      |__________________________
|                                                                                 
|
|--Thomas BURTON Sr. of Cobbs
|  (1634 - 1686)
|                                                       __________________________
|                                                      |                          
|                                 _____________________|
|                                |                     |
|                                |                     |__________________________
|                                |                                                
|_Katherine CHRISTIAN ___________|
  (1585 - 1646) m 1608           |
                                 |                      __________________________
                                 |                     |                          
                                 |_____________________|
                                                       |
                                                       |__________________________
                                                                                  

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[S2649]


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Arthur HART "the Immigrant"

ABT 1720 - 1777

ID Number: I70610

  • RESIDENCE: England and VA and Welch Neck, Old Cheraw Dist. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1720, England
  • DEATH: 1777, Welch Neck, Old Cheraw Dist. SC
  • RESOURCES: See: [S964]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) HART


Family 1 : Mary? IRBY
  1.  James HART
  2.  Mary HART

Notes


Arthur Hart, a relative of General Harrington emigrated from England, settling 1st in Virginia and then came to Pedee and settled in the Welch Neck. His 2nd wife was Elizabeth, a dau of Rev. Robert Williams in 1771. His 3rd wife was Miss Irby, a sister of Col. Charles Irby, they had 3 children: James, Mary, and Sarah. Arthur d. 1777, he owned the site of the factory near Society Hill where he resided. Son, James Hart m. Sarah Edwards, their two sons: James & Thomas; Mary, the eldest dau m. Richard Brockington. Sarah m. Nicholas Rogers. James Hart d. 1797. p.105. [S964]

                             __
                            |  
                          __|
                         |  |
                         |  |__
                         |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) HART _|
|                        |
|                        |   __
|                        |  |  
|                        |__|
|                           |
|                           |__
|                              
|
|--Arthur HART "the Immigrant"
|  (1720 - 1777)
|                            __
|                           |  
|                         __|
|                        |  |
|                        |  |__
|                        |     
|________________________|
                         |
                         |   __
                         |  |  
                         |__|
                            |
                            |__
                               

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[S964]

[S964]


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Capt. John JONES

1735 - 1758

ID Number: I60439

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • RESIDENCE: Orange Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1735, Orange Co.Virginia
  • DEATH: 1758, Lost at sea.
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1615] [S2251] [S1956]
Father: Swan JONES
Mother: Elizabeth LEE


Family 1 : Mary BELL
  1. +Elizabeth Swan JONES
  2.  Swan JONES

Notes


John Jones Birth: 1735-- Orange, Of, VA Death: 1758 --
Spouse: Mary Bell; Parents: Swan Jones, Elizabeth Lea Leigh
Will: 21 May 1758 Orange County, Virginia
Will Proved: 1758 Orange County, Virginia


See: Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume III, Robert Jones, Fleet's Bay Northumberland Co., and Descendants, Bell-Jones-Lee Note, Page 222

[S1615]


                                                   _Robert JONES "the Immigant"_+
                                                  | (.... - 1675) m 1652        
                       _Maurice Morris JONES _____|
                      | (1659 - 1733) m 1700      |
                      |                           |_Martha LLEWELLYN ___________+
                      |                             (1632 - 1677) m 1652        
 _Swan JONES _________|
| (1703 - 1736) m 1730|
|                     |                            _Alexander SWAN _____________
|                     |                           | (1650 - 1710) m 1678        
|                     |_Judith SWAN ______________|
|                       (1682 - 1742) m 1700      |
|                                                 |_Judith HINDS (WIDOW) _______
|                                                   (1655 - 1720) m 1678        
|
|--John JONES 
|  (1735 - 1758)
|                                                  _Richard LEE "the immigrant"_+
|                                                 | (1613 - 1664) m 1641        
|                      _Hancock LEE of Ditchley___|
|                     | (1653 - 1709) m 1700      |
|                     |                           |_Anne CONSTABLE OWEN? _______+
|                     |                             (1615 - 1706) m 1641        
|_Elizabeth LEE ______|
  (1709 - 1745) m 1730|
                      |                            _Isaac ALLERTON II___________+
                      |                           | (1628 - 1702) m 1662        
                      |_Sarah Elizabeth ALLERTON _|
                        (1670 - 1731) m 1700      |
                                                  |_Elizabeth WILLOUGHBY _______+
                                                    (1630 - 1672) m 1662        

Sources

[S1615]

[S2251]

[S1956]

[S1615]


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Patrick Blake MCDERMOTT


This person is presumed living.

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BEATRIX de MONTFORT

ABT 1250 - 1311

ID Number: I83214

  • RESIDENCE: FR
  • BIRTH: ABT 1250
  • DEATH: 1311
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS
Father: JOHN I de MONTFORT Count of Montfort


Family 1 : ROBERT IV de DREUX of Dreux
  1.  YOLANDE de DREUX of Scotland

                                                                             _PIERS de MONTFORT I_+
                                                                            | (1215 - 1265)       
                                        _PIERS de MONTFORT II of Beaudesert_|
                                       | (1240 - 1286)                      |
                                       |                                    |_ALICE de AUDLEY ____+
                                       |                                      (1225 - ....)       
 _JOHN I de MONTFORT Count of Montfort_|
| (1220 - 1296)                        |
|                                      |                                     _____________________
|                                      |                                    |                     
|                                      |_MATILDA de la WARRE _______________|
|                                        (1242 - 1260)                      |
|                                                                           |_____________________
|                                                                                                 
|
|--BEATRIX de MONTFORT 
|  (1250 - 1311)
|                                                                            _____________________
|                                                                           |                     
|                                       ____________________________________|
|                                      |                                    |
|                                      |                                    |_____________________
|                                      |                                                          
|______________________________________|
                                       |
                                       |                                     _____________________
                                       |                                    |                     
                                       |____________________________________|
                                                                            |
                                                                            |_____________________
                                                                                                  

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JOHN PENNE

ABT 1500 - ABT 1550

ID Number: I1845

  • OCCUPATION: Desc From KING EDWARD III
  • RESIDENCE: Minety, Gloucestershire, ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1500
  • DEATH: ABT 1550
  • RESOURCES: See: NOT PROVEN ANCESTOR [S11] [S745]

Family 1 :
  1. +WILLIAM PENN

Notes


The Penns are descended from King Edward III. The name of Penn is a very ancient one in England, dating in fact not only behind the Normand, but even the Saxon Conquest, as the word, a distinctly British appelation, which signifies a top, hill crest, or summitt, occurs in this sense in many diffrent and widely separated parts of the kingdom.


The Penn Coat of Arms is described as follows: Argent, on a fesse sable, three plates. Crest: A demi Lion rampant, argent gorged with a collar sable. Charged with three plates.


The Penns of VA and William Penn's family of PA have not been connected, although John and William are names in each family.


John Penne of Myntie, Gloucestershire, England (b ca 1500, m. ca 1522, d. ca 1550) Held land in Minety, England from at least 1522 "with a genteel Ancient house upon it.".


has some charts on Welsh Penns a very old branch, Wales, Shropshire. "Some of the Penn's in England wre of Norman French origin., they were descendants of a norman knight. The french name being de le Penne."

[S166] [S166] [S745] [S1968]

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[S11]

[S745]

[S166]

[S166]

[S745]

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Maria (Mary) PIRRONG

19 Nov 1817 - 25 Feb 1907

ID Number: I104854

  • RESIDENCE: Germany and Meigs Co. OH
  • RELIGION: Catholic
  • BIRTH: 19 Nov 1817, Hangard, Ottweiler, Saarland, Germany
  • DEATH: 25 Feb 1907, Ruschell Family Home, Mondey Run, Pomeroy, Meigs, Ohio
  • BURIAL: Catholic Cemetery, Pomeroy, Meigs, Ohio
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3790]

Family 1 : Johannis (John) SPANIOL "the Immigrant"
  1. +Mary SPANIOL

Notes


Father: Nikolaus Pirrong b. 5 Nov 1787
Mother: Maria Didion b. About. 1798


# Catholic Parish Records - Ottweiler, Saarland
# Title: Obituary of wife, __-Telegraph, Pomeroy, Meigs Co., Ohio, 27 Feb 1907

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Robert RIDGELY

ABT 1670 - 1701

ID Number: I85584

  • RESIDENCE: of St. Mary's Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1670, of St. Mary's Co. Maryland
  • DEATH: 1701, St. Mary's Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1616]
Father: Robert RIDGELY Sec. of the Province


Notes


2--1.Robert, untraced


Ridgely, Robert, St. Mary's Co., 4th Feb., 1701;
4th June, 1702.
To wife Eliza:, extx., and hrs., entire estate, real and personal.
Testator desires that land in Somerset Co. be sold.
Test: Eliza: Baker, Hester Dayly, Thos. Grunwin. 11. 209.
MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 2
VOLUME II.



                                          __
                                         |  
                                       __|
                                      |  |
                                      |  |__
                                      |     
 _Robert RIDGELY Sec. of the Province_|
| (1640 - 1682)                       |
|                                     |   __
|                                     |  |  
|                                     |__|
|                                        |
|                                        |__
|                                           
|
|--Robert RIDGELY 
|  (1670 - 1701)
|                                         __
|                                        |  
|                                      __|
|                                     |  |
|                                     |  |__
|                                     |     
|_____________________________________|
                                      |
                                      |   __
                                      |  |  
                                      |__|
                                         |
                                         |__
                                            

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Sarah Dupuy THOMASSON

5 May 1829 - 8 Sep 1910

ID Number: I72980

  • RESIDENCE: Henry Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 5 May 1829, Pleasureville, Kentucky
  • DEATH: 8 Sep 1910
  • BURIAL: Port Royal Cemetery, Henry Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2428]
Father: Joel Poindexter Dupuy THOMASSON
Mother: Mary "Polly" KELLY


Notes


Sarah Dupuy THOMASSON + Uriel Mallory SAMS b: April 18, 1823 in Pleasureville, Henry Co.Ky. d: April 8, 1863 Burial: Sams-Kelly Cem. on McKee Farm, Henry Co. Ky.

                                                            _Samuel THOMASSON Sr._
                                                           | (1722 - 1793) m 1752 
                                    _Poindexter THOMASSON _|
                                   | (1757 - 1823) m 1795  |
                                   |                       |_Ann PAYNE ___________
                                   |                         (1730 - 1803) m 1752 
 _Joel Poindexter Dupuy THOMASSON _|
| (1799 - 1862) m 1825             |
|                                  |                        _Bartholomew DUPUY II_+
|                                  |                       | (1732 - 1796) m 1756 
|                                  |_Sarah "Sallie" DUPUY _|
|                                    (1767 - 1851) m 1795  |
|                                                          |_Mary MOTLEY _________+
|                                                            (1740 - 1831) m 1756 
|
|--Sarah Dupuy THOMASSON 
|  (1829 - 1910)
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|                                   _______________________|
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|                                  |                       |______________________
|                                  |                                              
|_Mary "Polly" KELLY ______________|
  (1807 - 1879) m 1825             |
                                   |                        ______________________
                                   |                       |                      
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