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Dudley BAGLEY

1605 - AFT 1685

ID Number: I82324

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: 1605
  • DEATH: AFT 1685
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3086]
Father: John BAGLEY
Mother: Ann TOMLINSON


Notes


Marriage: (1): Margery UNKNOWN Abt 1630 buried on 23 Mar 1645 in Sedgeley, co. Staffordshire, ENG.)
Marriage: (2): Isabella CROSSE on 6 May 1649 in Sedgeley, co. Staffordshire, ENG. (Isabella CROSSE died before 12 May 1685.).


"Dudley Bagley was granted L20 in Elizabeth Tomlinson's will dated 1629. He was in the courts bringing a case against Thomas Russell over lands in Rowley Regis, Co. Stafford. In this, he was listed as "Dudley Bagley of Dudley , yeoman." He was the executor of his father's will in 1648. He was taxed 16d. for houses and fields in Dudley Parish in 1649. In 1655, he was taxed for property in Coseley, Dudley and Ould Parke, Co. Stafford. In his will dated 1685, he refers to himself as Yeoman of Sedgley Parish. (C-1364)"


Will, 12 May 1685, Sedgeley, co. Staffordshire, England.
Probate, 30 Sep 1685, Sedgeley, co. Staffordshire, England.



[S3086]


                                               _____________________
                                              |                     
                       _Thomas BAGLEY ________|
                      | (1545 - 1588) m 1562  |
                      |                       |_____________________
                      |                                             
 _John BAGLEY ________|
| (1572 - 1635) m 1601|
|                     |                        _William HARRISON ___
|                     |                       | (1520 - ....)       
|                     |_Elinore HARISONE _____|
|                       (1550 - 1614) m 1562  |
|                                             |_____________________
|                                                                   
|
|--Dudley BAGLEY 
|  (1605 - 1685)
|                                              _____________________
|                                             |                     
|                      _William TOMLINSON Sr._|
|                     | (1540 - 1609) m 1562  |
|                     |                       |_____________________
|                     |                                             
|_Ann TOMLINSON ______|
  (1584 - 1629) m 1601|
                      |                        _____________________
                      |                       |                     
                      |_Agnes ORRES __________|
                        (1540 - 1610) m 1562  |
                                              |_____________________
                                                                    

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Benjamin Johnson BARBOUR

14 Jun 1821 - 1897

ID Number: I50266

  • RESIDENCE: Barboursville, Orange Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 14 Jun 1821
  • DEATH: 1897
  • RESOURCES: See: [S324] [S2384] [S2530]
Father: James BARBOUR Gov. of Virginia
Mother: Lucy Marie JOHNSON


Family 1 : Caroline Homoesel WATKINS

Notes


"Johnson Barbour, son of our distinguished governor, was one of the most brilliant youths of his day, as he has been for many years the highest illustration of our cultured gentlemen. When about sixteen years of age he was a visitor in our home in Fredericksburg. He had been to England with his father when he was our Minister to the Court of St. James, and the versatility and readiness of his talk made a great impression upon all of us, especially upon myself, who felt his superiority to any boy I had ever seen. We were bedfellows during his visit, and one night I, wakeful and much impressed by Johnson's cleverness during the evening, requested him to examine me on matters of general information. He complied, and sleepily inquired how many children Queen Elizabeth had. I gave up, and the catechism ended, for Johnson rolled over and went to sleep."

[S2384]


                                                                _James BARBOUR II____+
                                                               | (1707 - 1775) m 1733
                                  _Thomas BARBOUR _____________|
                                 | (1735 - 1825)               |
                                 |                             |_Sarah TODD _________+
                                 |                               (1717 - 1781) m 1733
 _James BARBOUR Gov. of Virginia_|
| (1775 - 1842) m 1792           |
|                                |                              _Joseph THOMAS ______+
|                                |                             | (1705 - 1773)       
|                                |_Mary Pendleton THOMAS ______|
|                                  (1735 - 1825)               |
|                                                              |_Sarah PENDLETON ____+
|                                                                (1711 - 1794)       
|
|--Benjamin Johnson BARBOUR 
|  (1821 - 1897)
|                                                               _____________________
|                                                              |                     
|                                 _Benjamin JOHNSON ___________|
|                                | (1740 - ....)               |
|                                |                             |_____________________
|                                |                                                   
|_Lucy Marie JOHNSON ____________|
  (1775 - 1860) m 1792           |
                                 |                              _James BARBOUR II____+
                                 |                             | (1707 - 1775) m 1733
                                 |_Elizabeth "Bettie" BARBOUR _|
                                   (1740 - ....)               |
                                                               |_Sarah TODD _________+
                                                                 (1717 - 1781) m 1733

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[S2384]

[S2530]

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ELIZABETH BARCLAY

ABT 1510 - ____

ID Number: I57120

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1510
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2091]

Family 1 : DAVID LINDSAY

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John BRYAN

ABT 1805 - AFT 1850

ID Number: I78408

  • RESIDENCE: NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1805
  • DEATH: AFT 1850
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2984]

Family 1 : Lucy HAYWOOD
  1.  Lucy H. BRYAN

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William HIGGINBOTHAM Jr.

24 Sep 1824 - ____

ID Number: I21741

  • RESIDENCE: AL and Bienville Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 24 Sep 1824, Dallas Co. Alabama
  • DEATH: prob. Bienville, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S727]
Father: William HIGGINBOTHAM Sr.
Mother: STRICKLAND?



                                                  _Benjamin HIGGINBOTHAM I_+
                                                 | (1728 - 1791) m 1750    
                            _Caleb HIGGINBOTHAM _|
                           | (1760 - 1823) m 1775|
                           |                     |_Elizabeth GRAVES _______+
                           |                       (1733 - 1791) m 1750    
 _William HIGGINBOTHAM Sr._|
| (1788 - 1852) m 1810     |
|                          |                      _Robert Howard CASH Sr.__+
|                          |                     | (1706 - 1772) m 1724    
|                          |_Maryanne CASH ______|
|                            (1757 - 1794) m 1775|
|                                                |_Ruth ELPHINGSTONE ______
|                                                  (1710 - ....) m 1724    
|
|--William HIGGINBOTHAM Jr.
|  (1824 - ....)
|                                                 _________________________
|                                                |                         
|                           _____________________|
|                          |                     |
|                          |                     |_________________________
|                          |                                               
|_ STRICKLAND? ____________|
  (1790 - 1824) m 1810     |
                           |                      _________________________
                           |                     |                         
                           |_____________________|
                                                 |
                                                 |_________________________
                                                                           

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Virginia KENNISON

ABT 1840 - ____

ID Number: I25062

  • RESIDENCE: Grand Coteau, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1840
  • RESOURCES: See: [S913] [S3016]

Family 1 : David James HIGGINBOTHAM

Notes


Dau of Isaac Kennerson and Miss Leger.

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[S913]

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Johnathan LEEMASTER

14 Jun 1845 - 13 Feb 1938

ID Number: I34345

  • OCCUPATION: Black Hawk War, Scout & 2nd LT in Calvary
  • RESIDENCE: AR and UT
  • BIRTH: 14 Jun 1845, AR
  • DEATH: 13 Feb 1938, Huntington, Emery Co. UT
  • BURIAL: Scipio, Millard, UT
  • RESOURCES: See: [S125]
Father: Richard LEEMASTER
Mother: Nancy HAMLET



                                                 _____________________
                                                |                     
                       _________________________|
                      |                         |
                      |                         |_____________________
                      |                                               
 _Richard LEEMASTER __|
| (1800 - ....)       |
|                     |                          _____________________
|                     |                         |                     
|                     |_________________________|
|                                               |
|                                               |_____________________
|                                                                     
|
|--Johnathan LEEMASTER 
|  (1845 - 1938)
|                                                _____________________
|                                               |                     
|                      _Jesse HAMLET ___________|
|                     | (1760 - ....)           |
|                     |                         |_____________________
|                     |                                               
|_Nancy HAMLET _______|
  (1805 - 1883)       |
                      |                          _Robert GATEWOOD ____+
                      |                         | (1724 - 1790)       
                      |_Sarah "Sally" GATEWOOD _|
                        (1767 - ....)           |
                                                |_Mary________________
                                                  (1740 - ....)       

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Prof. William Kimbrough PENDLETON L.L.D.

8 Sep 1817 - 1 Sep 1899

ID Number: I4276

  • TITLE: Prof.
  • RESIDENCE: Louisa Co. VA & 1840 Bethany VA (1863 WVA)
  • OCCUPATION: Professor and President of Bethany College
  • BIRTH: 8 Sep 1817, Yanceyville, VA
  • DEATH: 1 Sep 1899, Bethany, WV
  • RESOURCES: See: [S174] [S1247] [S757] [S1835] [S2033] [S2103]
Father: Edmund PENDLETON of Cuckooville
Mother: Unity Yancey KIMBROUGH


Family 1 : Lavinia Macgregor CAMPBELL
  1.  Campbellina PENDLETON
Family 2 : Clarinda CAMPBELL
  1.  William Campbell PENDLETON
Family 3 : Catherine Huntington KING
  1. +Clarinda Huntington PENDLETON
  2. +Huntington King PENDLETON
  3. +Philip Yancey PENDLETON
  4.  Winston Kent PENDLETON
  5.  Dwight Lyman PENDLETON

Notes


1872 Member of Constitutional Congress. from WV. Biographical Sketch of William Kimbrough Pendleton Text from Moore, W. T. (editor), Living Pulpit of the Christian Church. Cincinnati: R. W. Carroll & Co., Publishers, 1871. Pages 303-304. This online edition 1996, James L. McMillan. Born: Louisa County, Virginia, September 8, 1817. Died: September 3, 1899.


WILLIAM KIMBROUGH PENDLETON was born in Louisa County, Virginia, September 8, 1817. He is of English descent, and his ancestors, both paternal and maternal, have, from the earliest history of this country, occupied distinguished positions in the state and the church. His mother was brought up under Episcopal influence, but his father, Colonel EDMUND PENDLETON, was not a member of any church until WILLIAM was about sixteen years of age, when he became a reader of the "Christian Baptist" and "Millennial Harbinger," and, after a full and free investigation of the plea presented by the advocates of primitive Christianity, he determined to be immersed "for the remission of sins." He soon became an active and earnest worker in the cause of Christ, and, through his influence, a church was established in his neighborhood, which was the first Disciples' church in that part of Virginia, and was the nucleus of the Mount Gilboa Church, which afterward became celebrated for being the germ from which sprung many other congregations. The "peculiar doctrines" which the father advocated met with very determined opposition from the various religious sects of the neighborhood. Hence, every position of the new movement was subjected to the severest investigation; and, as his father's house was the center of most of these discussions, WILLIAM had, thus early, every opportunity to become thoroughly acquainted with the principles of the Reformation.


From his earliest boyhood his education was carefully provided for. After attending, for several years, the best schools in that part of the State, he entered the University of Virginia, where, besides the academical course, he studied the law two years, and was licensed to practice. During most of this time he had been a regular reader of the "Christian Baptist" and "Millennial Harbinger," and a constant and earnest student of the Word of God. He also acted as amanuensis for his father in conducting some epistolary discussions with a Baptist preacher and others; heard Elder S. HIGGASON and JAMES BAGLEY preach for years, besides hearing occasionally many of the most distinguished preachers among the Disciples; was constantly in company with Disciples at his father's house; and, above all, and before all, was carefully trained from his infancy by a pious mother--"a woman possessing the gentleness and mildness of a child, combined with the firmness and courage of a Spartan mother--extremely modest and unobtrusive, yet, when drawn into conversation, showing great depth of thought and clearness of perception, and a mind well stored with information." Such was the character of the religious influences brought to bear upon him, and, under these, having come to a full understanding of his duty, he was, in June, 1840, immersed by ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, at the Mount Gilboa Church, Louisa County, Virginia, being, at the time, in the twenty-third year of his age. In the fall of 1840, he was married to LAVINIA M., daughter of ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, a lady of brilliant intellect and beautiful Christian character, who died in the spring of 1846.


He was appointed Professor of Natural Philosophy in Bethany College, in May, 1841, (the year the college was founded,) and has been connected with it ever since as Professor, and, much of the time, as Vice-President, and now as President. In 1844 he was united to the editorial corps of the "Millennial Harbinger," and has continued in that relation ever since, being at this time its proprietor and senior editor.


In August, 1848, he was again married--this time to CLARINDA, also a daughter of ALEXANDER CAMPBELL. Mr. CAMPBELL'S celebrated letters from Europe were addressed to this daughter. She was greatly beloved by all who knew her, and was thoroughly devoted to the cause of Christ. She died in January, 1851, rich in good works, and "meet to be a partaker of the inheritance of the saints in light." In the autumn of 1855, he was again married--to CATHERINE H., daughter of Judge LECEISTER KING, of Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio.


For several years previous to the death of Mr. CAMPBELL, Professor PENDLETON discharged the duties of President of Bethany College, and, on the death of Mr. CAMPBELL, was unanimously elected by the curators to fill the place so long and ably occupied by his father-in-law.


President PENDLETON is five feet eight and a half inches high, and weighs about one hundred and fifty pounds. His nervous system predominates over both the muscular and vital; hence, he is capable of great intellectual force, but has rather a feeble physical organization. As a speaker, he is chaste, logical, and impressive, but, on account of his profession, has never had sufficient opportunities for thoroughly testing his powers before the people. As a writer, he stands unquestionably without a superior in the ranks of the Disciples. But it is as the dignified, courteous, polished, Christian gentleman that you delight to know him. And, to understand what we mean by this, you must know him, for no description can ever do him justice."


III. William Kimbrough Pendleton((6)), Professor and President of Bethany College, W. Va. Married, first, Lavinia Campbell; second (1845), Clarinda Campbell; third (1855), Catherine Huntington King.


PENDLETON, William Kimbrough, educator, was born in Louisa county, Va., Sept. 3, 1817; son of Edmund and Unity Yancey (Kimbrough) Pendleton, and great-grandson of John Pendleton, who was a brother of Judge Edmund Pendleton (q.v.). He was graduated in an elective course of classical, scientific and philosophical studies, and from the law department of the University of Virginia, and was admitted to the bar in 1840. In the same year he was married to Lavinia Macgregor; secondly, in 1847, to Clarinda, both daughters of Alexander and Margaret (Brown) Campbell, and thirdly, in 1855, to Catherine Huntington, daughter of Judge Leicester King of Warren, Ohio. In 1840 he removed to Bethany, Va., to take part in the founding of Bethany college, in which institution he was professor and vice-president until 1866, when he succeeded Mr. Campbell as president. From 1846 till its discontinuance in 1870, he was co-editor of the Millennial Harbinger, and from then until his death was on the staff of The Christian Standard. He was senatorial representative in the West Virginia state constitutional convention of 1877, and a member of the committee on finance and education. He received the honorary degree of LL.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1873. He was state superintendent of public schools in 1873, during this term practically framing the school law, which stood without material change for twenty years, and subsequently served in the same office four years. He died at Bethany, W. Va., Sept. 1, 1899. (Src: Biographies of Notable Americans, 1904).


Power, Frederick D.Life Of William Kimbrough Pendleton
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[United States] Publisher: St. Louis 1902.; (494) pages. $17.50


POWER, FREDERICK D. LIFE OF WILLIAM KIMBROUGH PENDLETON, LL.D., PRESIDENT OF BETHANY COLLEGE
494, Author's autographed presentation copy. St. Louis, Mo. Christian Publ. Co. 1902 Very good; spine slightly worn
Price: USD 40.00 other currencies order no. BOOKS038853I


Author is Campbell, Alexander, et al., eds
Title is The Millennial Harbinger, Conducted by Alexander Campbell & W. K. Pendleton. Third Series.



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[United States] Third Series: vol. 5#2-6, 8, 10-12, some covers lacking, some covers or text pages torn or creased, age darkening or old foxing throughout, untrimmed as issued, Publisher: Bethany 1848 Keywords: Religion Fundamentalism Revivalism Biblical Studies Rare Books $114.00


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[United States] Third Series: vol. 4#3-9, 11-12, some covers lacking, some covers or text pages torn or creased, age darkening or old foxing throughout, untrimmed as issued, Publisher: Bethany 1847 Keywords: Religion Fundamentalism Revivalism Biblical Studies Rare Books $144.00


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[S2103]


                                                              _John PENDLETON Judge____+
                                                             | (1719 - 1799) m 1761    
                                   _Henry Harwood PENDLETON _|
                                  | (1762 - 1822) m 1785     |
                                  |                          |_Sarah MADISON __________
                                  |                            (1725 - ....) m 1761    
 _Edmund PENDLETON of Cuckooville_|
| (1786 - 1838) m 1808            |
|                                 |                           _John WINSTON Sr.________+
|                                 |                          | (1724 - 1788) m 1746    
|                                 |_Alcey Ann WINSTON _______|
|                                   (1769 - 1813) m 1785     |
|                                                            |_Alice Patsey BICKERTON _+
|                                                              (1730 - 1773) m 1746    
|
|--William Kimbrough PENDLETON L.L.D.
|  (1817 - 1899)
|                                                             _William KIMBROUGH ______
|                                                            | (1730 - ....)           
|                                  _Joseph KIMBROUGH ________|
|                                 | (1760 - 1808) m 1785     |
|                                 |                          |_Sarah FIELD ____________+
|                                 |                            (1730 - ....)           
|_Unity Yancey KIMBROUGH _________|
  (1787 - 1866) m 1808            |
                                  |                           _Charles YANCEY _________+
                                  |                          | (1741 - 1814) m 1762    
                                  |_Elizabeth YANCEY ________|
                                    (1765 - 1804) m 1785     |
                                                             |_Mary CRAWFORD __________+
                                                               (1742 - 1841) m 1762    

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[S1247]

[S757]

[S1835]

[S2033]

[S2103]

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Hugh SNELLING

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I73041

  • RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS

Family 1 : Margaret MARSHALL
  1. +William SNELLING

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Raymond ULRICH Jr.


This person is presumed living.

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