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Mary Ann BIESECKER

1833 - 1923

ID Number: I50347

  • RESIDENCE: Aberdeen, Luzerne and Madison, Lackawanna Co. PA
  • BIRTH: 1833, Pennsylvania
  • DEATH: 1923
  • RESOURCES: See: 1880 Census [S1800] [S3454]
Father: Michael BIESECKER
Mother: Catherine CLOSE


Family 1 : Erastus EDWARDS

                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _Michael BIESECKER __|
| (1800 - ....)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Mary Ann BIESECKER 
|  (1833 - 1923)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Catherine CLOSE ____|
  (1800 - ....)       |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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[S3454]


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Sylvester L. BURFORD

ABT 1808 - ____

ID Number: I34426

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1808, Amherst Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2468]
Father: Ambrose Rucker BURFORD
Mother: Nancy TINSLEY


Family 1 : Susan J. COX

                                                           _Daniel Ambrose BURFORD _+
                                                          | (1737 - ....)           
                           _James Thomas BURFORD _________|
                          | (1755 - 1811) m 1782          |
                          |                               |_________________________
                          |                                                         
 _Ambrose Rucker BURFORD _|
| (1784 - 1873) m 1796    |
|                         |                                _Ambrose RUCKER I________+
|                         |                               | (1724 - 1807) m 1755    
|                         |_Mary "Mollie" Tinsley RUCKER _|
|                           (1761 - 1826) m 1782          |
|                                                         |_Mary TINSLEY ___________+
|                                                           (1735 - 1818) m 1755    
|
|--Sylvester L. BURFORD 
|  (1808 - ....)
|                                                          _Edward TINSLEY Sr.______+
|                                                         | (1704 - 1782) m 1724    
|                          _David TINSLEY ________________|
|                         | (1747 - 1828)                 |
|                         |                               |_Margaret TAYLOR ________+
|                         |                                 (1705 - 1782) m 1724    
|_Nancy TINSLEY __________|
  (1780 - ....) m 1796    |
                          |                                _George MCDANIEL ________+
                          |                               | (1722 - 1821) m 1746    
                          |_Nancy MCDANIEL _______________|
                            (1747 - 1824)                 |
                                                          |_Margaret GOFF __________+
                                                            (1725 - 1807) m 1746    

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Levi EDWARDS

11 Feb 1819 - 31 Dec 1907

ID Number: I36796

  • RESIDENCE: Luzerne and Moscow, Lackawanna Cos.PA
  • BIRTH: 11 Feb 1819, Luzerne Co. Pennsylvania
  • DEATH: 31 Dec 1907
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1344] [S3454] [S3456] [S3576]
Father: Richard EDWARDS
Mother: Asenath DEPEW


Family 1 : Elizabeth FIKE
  1. +Mary M. EDWARDS
  2.  Susanna EDWARDS
  3.  Ezra EDWARDS
  4.  Franklin J. EDWARDS
Family 2 : Melissa Malvina SWARTZ
  1. +Oakley Levi EDWARDS
  2. +Cyrus Christopher EDWARDS Sr.
  3. +Walter L. EDWARDS

Notes


Aka: Levy. Reading, Pennsylvania Marriage Records, 1876-84
Edwards Levi September 27, 1883 392
Edwards Joseph B. January 9, 1877 15


1870 EDWARDS LEVI Luzerne County PA 212 Madison Twp Federal Population Schedule PA 1870 Federal Census Index PA53912408


"Levi Edwards had 2 wives. Melissa Swartz and Elizabeth Fike b.1817. Melissa was his 2nd wife and he was near 60 when the marriage took place. I believe this has caused some confusion with the dates that have been estimated on your website.


I am including a Gedcom for descendants of William Edwards and a Descendancy report in PDF format generated from FTM. I am a mere amateur at this and have gathered most of my info from imported gedcom's and info from the internet, but you may want to take a look at any rate.


I have learned much from your website and I am truly amazed at the work you have done. My Mayflower connection was a nice surprise. I have been trying to prove a connection to Chief Joseph Brant through Harriett Brant b. Abt 1838, as it has been passed down in my family that she was a full American Indian, but that is proving to be very difficult. I am also interested in the possible relation to Abraham Lincoln through Lydia Holmes b.1669 wife of Cap. John Browne b. abt 1660.


Again thank you for your hard work and I hope you can use some of my info."
Mike Edwards


[523640]
File #392-Court House


                                             _Nicholas EDWARDS Jr._+
                                            | (1748 - 1812) m 1768 
                       _Richard EDWARDS ____|
                      | (1769 - 1843) m 1787|
                      |                     |_Marcy EDWARDS _______+
                      |                       (1749 - 1838) m 1768 
 _Richard EDWARDS ____|
| (1791 - 1839) m 1817|
|                     |                      ______________________
|                     |                     |                      
|                     |_Mary HOWARD ________|
|                       (1770 - 1847) m 1787|
|                                           |______________________
|                                                                  
|
|--Levi EDWARDS 
|  (1819 - 1907)
|                                            _Thomas DEPEW ________+
|                                           | (1750 - ....)        
|                      _Levi DEPEW _________|
|                     | (1777 - 1868) m 1796|
|                     |                     |______________________
|                     |                                            
|_Asenath DEPEW ______|
  (1799 - 1879) m 1817|
                      |                      _Richard WALKER ______
                      |                     | (1750 - ....)        
                      |_Rachel WALKER ______|
                        (1777 - 1857) m 1796|
                                            |______________________
                                                                   

Sources

[S1344]

[S3454]

[S3456]

[S3576]


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Mary FAUNTLEROY

ABT 1707 - ____

ID Number: I82405

  • RESIDENCE: Richmond Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1707
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1975]
Father: William FAUNTLEROY Jr.
Mother: Apphia Keene BUSHROD


Family 1 : Robert BROOKE
  1. +Edmund BROOKE

Notes


4 F Mary Fauntleroy Born: Abt 1707
vii. Mary Fauntleroy, m. Robert Brooke; b. circa 1732. d. 1790; Child: i. Edmund Brooke, m. Harriet Whiting.




                                                   _Moore FAUNTLEROY "the Immigrant"_
                                                  | (1630 - 1666) m 1653             
                          _William FAUNTLEROY Sr._|
                         | (1656 - 1686) m 1678   |
                         |                        |_Mary UNDERWOOD __________________+
                         |                          (1639 - 1684) m 1653             
 _William FAUNTLEROY Jr._|
| (1684 - 1757) m 1712   |
|                        |                         _Samuel GRIFFIN __________________+
|                        |                        | (1636 - ....)                    
|                        |_Catherine GRIFFIN _____|
|                          (1664 - 1728) m 1678   |
|                                                 |__________________________________
|                                                                                    
|
|--Mary FAUNTLEROY 
|  (1707 - ....)
|                                                  _Richard BUSHROD "the Immigrant"__
|                                                 | (1626 - 1668) m 1654             
|                         _John BUSHROD __________|
|                        | (1663 - 1719) m 1688   |
|                        |                        |_Apphia HUGHS ____________________
|                        |                          (1631 - ....) m 1654             
|_Apphia Keene BUSHROD __|
  (1690 - 1757) m 1712   |
                         |                         _William KEENE Jr.________________+
                         |                        | (1665 - 1700)                    
                         |_Hannah KEENE __________|
                           (1676 - 1738) m 1688   |
                                                  |_Elizabeth ROGERS ________________
                                                                                     

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Robert GREEN

ABT 1790 - ____

ID Number: I75492

  • RESIDENCE: of Essex and Culpeper Co. VA and New Orleans, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1790, Virginia
  • DEATH: New Orleans, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2867]
Father: Francis Wyatt GREEN
Mother: Lucy STROTHER


Notes


1. Robt. who went to N.O. in war of 1812; settled and died there leaving a large family.

                                              _Robert Duff GREEN "the Immigrant"_+
                                             | (1693 - 1748) m 1720              
                        _William GREEN ______|
                       | (1725 - 1770)       |
                       |                     |_Eleanor DUNN _____________________+
                       |                       (1700 - 1793) m 1720              
 _Francis Wyatt GREEN _|
| (1770 - 1826)        |
|                      |                      _Samuel COLEMAN ___________________+
|                      |                     | (1704 - 1748)                     
|                      |_Ann COLEMAN ________|
|                        (1724 - 1804)       |
|                                            |_Elizabeth "Betty" WYATT __________+
|                                              (1705 - ....)                     
|
|--Robert GREEN 
|  (1790 - ....)
|                                             ___________________________________
|                                            |                                   
|                       _Joseph STROTHER ____|
|                      | (1750 - ....)       |
|                      |                     |___________________________________
|                      |                                                         
|_Lucy STROTHER _______|
  (1774 - 1826)        |
                       |                      ___________________________________
                       |                     |                                   
                       |_____________________|
                                             |
                                             |___________________________________
                                                                                 

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James Mason HARRISON

20 Jul 1748 - 18 Jan 1815

ID Number: I73122

  • RESIDENCE: Goochland; Cumberland,VA; Halifax, NC; Greenville Co. SC
  • BIRTH: 20 Jul 1748, Virginia
  • DEATH: 18 Jan 1815, Cripple Creek Plantation, Greenville Co., SC
  • RESOURCES: See: [S24] [S2780] [S2781]
Father: John HARRISON
Mother: Sarah "Patsy" DANIEL


Family 1 : Elizabeth HAMPTON
  1. +Thomas HARRISON

Notes


"Father: John HARRISON Mother: Sarah (Patsy) DANIEL. James Harrison was a "planter, surveyor. Educated at Donald Robertson's Academy, King and Queen Co., VA 1761-62. soldier, SC militia, Rev. War Estab. Fairforest plantation and Harrison's store, Union co., SC, ca 1777; commr roads, 1778; rep Upper Dist, SC House 1782-86; Justice, Union Co, 1786. Estab Cripple Creek plantation, Greenville Co., SC 1784; moved there 1786. Surveyor to lay off lots in new capitol, Columbia, 1786. First state senator from Greenville Co., 1789-90. Comr. Washington Dist. (Greenville Co.), 1791; rep. Greenville Co., in SC House, 1794-96. Owned over 15,000 acres land in several plantations. His account book for 1783-90 is with the Harrison Family Papers, USC. Buried with wife in family cemetery at Cripple Creek. Listed in DAR Patriot Index and Biographical Directory of the South Carolina Senate."


Samuel Henderson and Anthony Hampton signed the marriage bond of James Harrison and Elizabeth Hampton which was witnessed by Wade Hampton. James and Elizabeth joined the wagon train and accompanied the Hamptons to the Up-Country of SC


DAR No. 79 68; No. 83 227.


Gary Cooper writes: "One of the most interesting relatives that I have researched was James Harrison, a son of John Harrison and Sarah Daniel. His sister was Mary Polly Harrison, who married William Cooper I. I am including the children and grand-children of James Harrison and Elizabeth Hampton, his wife, because of their great success. Elizabeth Hampton's brother was the famous General Wade Hampton of the Revolutionary War James Harrison and Elizabeth Hampton were married 20 July 1773 in Surry County, North Carolina. They and the Hampton's came by wagon train to Upstate South Carolina and became Indian traders. James Harrison had a store in the South Tyger River area.


Elijah Harrison Cooper, son of William Cooper and Mary Polly Harrison, apparently, was a favorite of James Harrison. He worked in the Harrison store as a young man and stayed with the Harrison's. It is likely Elijah H. Cooper influenced William and Mary Polly to move to Union County, South Carolina William Cooper was a carpenter and it is likely that Elijah H. Cooper was skilled in this trade as well. James Harrison later migrated to Greenville County, South Carolina. He was an aggressive business man and eventually acquired 16,000 acres that became the Cripple Creek Plantation. This was a dangerous time in that area. There was an Indian massacre of the Hampton family where many of their family were killed as well as one of James Harrison's babies. The child's head was smashed against the log house and the brains of the child could be seen on the logs. When James Harrison built his mansion on Cripple Creek, he had port holes built in the brick walls of the house so they could fire at hostile Indians if need be.


Elijah H. Cooper helped build and supervise the house, perhaps William Cooper assisted. This house was the finest in Upstate South Carolina. The brick were made on the plantation. Some of the marble and other supplies were brought by wagon as faraway as Charleston, South Carolina.


A cemetery was built a few hundred yards from the house. This was a rectangular plot that had 6 foot walls made of large stone and no mortar was used. This area, 20 feet X 30 feet still stands today. Some of the stones would weigh 4 - 5 hundred pounds and unless it is destroyed by man, this cemetery will stand like the pyramids of Egypt.


I met with Bob Harrison, the only remaining descendant that still lives in this area. He said, "the bodies were put inside the wall through an opening in the south end of the wall, after the last body was interred the opening was closed." Some other family members, as well as some slaves, are buried outside the wall. The cemetery is the only remaining land that still belongs to the Harrison's and consist of just a few acres. The balance of the 16,000 acres has been sold."


Notes James Harrison was a "planter, surveyor. Educated at Donald Robertson's Academy, King and Queen Co., VA 1761-62. soldier, SC militia, Rev. War Estab. Fairforest plantation and Harrison's store, Union Co., SC, ca 1777: commr roads. 1778: rep Upper Dist. SC House 1782-86: Union Co. 1786. Estab Cripple Creek plantation. Greenville Co.. SC 1784; moved there 1786. Surveyor to lay off lots in new capitol, Columbia, 1786. First state senator from Greenville Co., 1789-90. Washington Dist. (Greenville Co.), 1791; rep. Greenville Co.. in SC House, 1794-96. Owned over 15,000 acres land in several plantations. His account book for 1783-90 is with the Harrison Family Papers, USC. Buried with wife in family cemetery at Cripple Creek. Listed in DAR Patriot Index and Biographical Directory of the South Carolina Senate."


Samuel Henderson and Anthony Hampton signed the marriage bond of James Harrison and Elizabeth Hampton which was witnessed by Wade Hampton. James and Elizabeth joined the wagon train and accompanied the Hampton's to the Up-Country of SC.


DAR No.79 68; No.83 227. Reference: " Tennessee Cousins", by Worth S. Ray "The Venturers", by Virginia Meynard.


Soon after the war ended, James' brother, Maj. Richard Harrison (who had married Nancy Patillo), and his brother-in-law and sister, Reuben and Betsy (Harrison) Daniel, moved to South Carolina from Nut Bush and settled in Spartanburg County. James' eldest sister, Polly, and her husband, William Cooper, also arrived with their family and lived on the Harrison plantation at Fairforest. One of the Coopers' sons, Elijah, clerked in Harrison's store. With slaves to work his plantation, relatives to look after his property, and good help in his store, James was free to travel about the state looking for good land to invest in and attend meetings of the legislature at Charleston.


The Harrison's returned to Fairforest and prepared to move to Cripple Creek. Apparently James closed his store at the crossroads, for accounts of Union residents are marked "paid in full" at that time. However, he did not sell his Fairforest plantation until 1790, and the Coopers continued to reside there.


James, Elizabeth, their six children, and their slaves arrived in Greenville County before September and probably resided there temporarily in an overseer's house at Cripple Creek. One of James' first acts was to furnish provisions for Col. Robert Anderson's militia.


The elegant Harrison house finally was completed in 1791. The last 30,000 bricks were brought and wagoned to Cripple Creek. James kept a record in his account book of the cost of materials and labor (other than slaves) which totaled over 335 pound sterling. The downstairs rooms, both walls and ceiling were paneled with natural walnut, and the ironwork was hand wrought. A large, triangular brick chimney stood at one end of the house, and adjoining the other end was a brick kitchen and dining room with an immense chimney and a fireplace for cooking. The stairway to the upper floor was enclosed in a hall near the outside wall to prevent spread of fire, and there were portholes near the eaves to shoot at Indians in case of an attack. (Elizabeth had never forgotten the Hampton massacre in which she lost her parents and her firstborn child.).


A tenth child, £Eliabeth Harrison. was born in the new house in October 1792, and then tragedy struck that winter when eight year-old Clarissa was burned to death after her clothes caught on fire. Three more children were born at Cripple Creek: Mary Vivian (called Polly) in 1794, Benjamin in 1796 and Henry Hampton Harrison in 1798 when Elizabeth was 40 years old. (Both boys died young.) [S14] [S419] [S89]."


Children:
Anthony HARRISON
John Hampton HARRISON
Harriet HARRISON
Louisa Jane "Hardtimes" HARRISON
James HARRISON Jr.
Clarissa HARRISON
Richard HARRISON
Isham HARRISON
Thomas HARRISON
Elizabeth HARRISON
Mary Vivian (Polly) HARRISON
Benjamin HARRISON
Henry Hampton HARRISON


[S24]


                                               _Andrew HARRISON Sr._________+
                                              | (1648 - 1718) m 1684        
                         _Andrew HARRISON Jr._|
                        | (1687 - 1753) m 1710|
                        |                     |_Eleanor Long ELLIOTT _______
                        |                       (1642 - ....) m 1684        
 _John HARRISON ________|
| (1719 - 1796)         |
|                       |                      _John "The Ranger" BATTAILE _+
|                       |                     | (1658 - 1707) m 1693        
|                       |_Elizabeth BATTAILE _|
|                         (1695 - ....) m 1710|
|                                             |_Elizabeth SMITH ____________+
|                                               (1668 - 1770) m 1693        
|
|--James Mason HARRISON 
|  (1748 - 1815)
|                                              _____________________________
|                                             |                             
|                        _John DANIEL IV______|
|                       | (1701 - 1762) m 1722|
|                       |                     |_____________________________
|                       |                                                   
|_Sarah "Patsy" DANIEL _|
  (1719 - 1761)         |
                        |                      _John WILLIAMS ______________+
                        |                     | (1679 - 1741) m 1704        
                        |_Ann WILLIAMS _______|
                          (1708 - 1761) m 1722|
                                              |_Mary (Kelynge) KEELING _____+
                                                (1684 - 1730) m 1704        

Sources

[S24]

[S2780]

[S2781]

[S24]

[S24]


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Bessie Marvis HIGGINBOTHAM


This person is presumed living.

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William JAMES

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I57201

  • RESIDENCE: Williamsburg Dist. Craven Co. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2094]
Father: William JAMES "the Immigrant"
Mother: Elizabeth WITHERSPOON


Family 1 : Janet FLEMING

                                                                    _(REQUEST QUERY) JAMES _+
                                                                   |                        
                                 _WILLIAM JAMES Esq._______________|
                                | (1667 - 1719) m 1697             |
                                |                                  |________________________
                                |                                                           
 _William JAMES "the Immigrant"_|
| (1701 - 1750)                 |
|                               |                                   _THOMAS WYNDHAM Bart.___
|                               |                                  | (1650 - ....)          
|                               |_ANNE WYNDHAM ____________________|
|                                 (1677 - ....) m 1697             |
|                                                                  |_ELIZABETH CROKE _______
|                                                                    (1650 - ....)          
|
|--William JAMES 
|  (1730 - ....)
|                                                                   _David WITHERSPOON _____+
|                                                                  | (1635 - 1670)          
|                                _John WITHERSPOON "the Immigrant"_|
|                               | (1670 - 1737) m 1693             |
|                               |                                  |_Elizabeth GORDON ______
|                               |                                    (1640 - ....)          
|_Elizabeth WITHERSPOON ________|
  (1703 - 1750)                 |
                                |                                   _James WITHERSPOON _____+
                                |                                  | (1640 - 1670)          
                                |_Janet WITHERSPOON _______________|
                                  (1670 - 1734) m 1693             |
                                                                   |_Helen__________________
                                                                     (1644 - ....)          

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Joseph LEWIS

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I25143

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S921]

Family 1 : Ann PORTER

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John Herndon MERIWETHER

4 Nov 1772 - 26 Feb 1847

ID Number: I95009

  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania Co. VA and Greenwood, SC
  • BIRTH: 4 Nov 1772
  • DEATH: 26 Feb 1847
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1489]
Father: John MERIWETHER
Mother: Esther Martha MCGEHEE


Family 1 : Mary Lewis MERIWETHER

Notes


2 John Herndon MERIWETHER b: 4 Nov 1772 d: 26 Feb 1847 + Mary Lewis MERIWETHER b: 19 Oct 1781 d: 13 Mar 1844

                                                         _David MERIWETHER _________+
                                                        | (1690 - 1744) m 1711      
                          _Francis MERIWETHER __________|
                         | (1717 - 1793) m 1749         |
                         |                              |_Anne HOLMES ______________+
                         |                                (1695 - 1736) m 1711      
 _John MERIWETHER _______|
| (1750 - 1820) m 1771   |
|                        |                               _Zachary LEWIS II__________+
|                        |                              | (1702 - 1765) m 1725      
|                        |_Mary Waller LEWIS ___________|
|                          (1726 - 1807) m 1749         |
|                                                       |_Mary WALLER ______________+
|                                                         (1698 - 1781) m 1725      
|
|--John Herndon MERIWETHER 
|  (1772 - 1847)
|                                                        _William MCGEHEE I_________+
|                                                       | (1672 - 1748) m 1717      
|                         _William McGEHEE MACKGEHEE II_|
|                        | (1702 - 1796) m 1730         |
|                        |                              |_Mary CARR ________________+
|                        |                                (1704 - 1759) m 1717      
|_Esther Martha MCGEHEE _|
  (1755 - 1808) m 1771   |
                         |                               _Henry or John MCCULLOUGH _+
                         |                              | (1680 - ....)             
                         |_Elizabeth MCCULLOUGH ________|
                           (1710 - ....) m 1730         |
                                                        |___________________________
                                                                                    

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Daniel MORGAN

ABT 1755 - 1821

ID Number: I4357

  • RESIDENCE: Living 1804 In Franklin Co. GA and Pike Co. MS
  • DEATH: 1821, Pike Co. Mississippi
  • BIRTH: ABT 1755
  • RESOURCES: See: [S18] [S257] [S1460]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) MORGAN of NC SC MS LA TX


Family 1 : Deborah? CARR?
  1. +David MORGAN
  2. +Benjamin MORGAN Sr.
  3. +Susannah MORGAN
  4.  Anna MORGAN
  5. +Mary Carr MORGAN

Notes


Living Franklin Co. GA in 1804, d. 1821 Pike Co. MS. Information from a researcher Deloris Wynne Riley who contaced years ago and then lost contact - no supporting evidence.


Franklin Co. GA Deeds: "Morgan": 4 Sep 1786 thru 29 Oct 1804 - numerous of Daniel Morgan.
1789 signature on deed Franklin Co. GA - Daniel Morgan & wife, Deborah.
10 oct 1793 - Franklin Co. Military Rosters Daniel Morgain.
23 Feb 1797 - Daniel Morgan & wife, Patience wit: Susannah Morgan.
22 Apr 1799 - Daniel Sr to David Morgan, Daniel Morgan, Jr. mentioned.
21 Dec 1801 - Daniel Morgan & wife, Patience.
2 Nov 1805 Franklin Co. GA - Benjamin Morgan to infant nephew & neice Noel Morgan Jones and Eliza Jones, Susannah Jones mentioned.
Lottery of 1805: Charles Margan, Daniel Sr. Margan, Daniel Sr. Morgan, David, George, Samuel Sr & JR, Silas, William (orphan of John) Morgan.
9 Nov 1811 - Daniel Morgan & Patience
16 oct 1816 - Daniel Morgan & wife, Paty


MS
1812 Tax List Marion County, Mississippi
1813 Tax List Lawrence County, Mississippi
1814 Tax List Lawrence County, Mississippi
1815 Tax List Marion County, Mississippi
1817 Tax List Pike County, Mississippi
1816 Census Pike County, Mississippi
1820 Census Pike County, Mississippi
1831 Tax List Pike County, Mississippi


Source Records From Pike County, Mississippi by Williams & Conerly
Alberta O'Neal Dunaway
Deloris Wynne-Riley

[S257] [S257]


                                                                        __
                                                                       |  
                                             _(RESEARCH QUERY) MORGAN _|
                                            |                          |
                                            |                          |__
                                            |                             
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) MORGAN of NC SC MS LA TX_|
|                                           |
|                                           |                           __
|                                           |                          |  
|                                           |__________________________|
|                                                                      |
|                                                                      |__
|                                                                         
|
|--Daniel MORGAN 
|  (1755 - 1821)
|                                                                       __
|                                                                      |  
|                                            __________________________|
|                                           |                          |
|                                           |                          |__
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|___________________________________________|
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Sources

[S18]

[S257]

[S1460]

[S257]

[S257]


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JOHN STEWART Lord Darnley

1531 - Oct 1563

ID Number: I88096

  • OCCUPATION: Commendator of Coldingham
  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • BIRTH: 1531
  • DEATH: Oct 1563
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3258]
Father: JAMES V STEWART\STUART of Scotland
Mother: MARIE de GUISE of Lorraine


Family 1 : JANE HEPBURN

                                                                            _JAMES III STEWART\STUART of Scotland_+
                                                                           | (1451 - 1488) m 1469                 
                                      _JAMES IV STEWART\STUART of Scotland_|
                                     | (1473 - 1513) m 1503                |
                                     |                                     |_MARGARET ap DANMARK OLDENBURG _______+
                                     |                                       (1456 - 1486) m 1469                 
 _JAMES V STEWART\STUART of Scotland_|
| (1512 - 1542) m 1538               |
|                                    |                                      _HENRY VII TUDOR of England___________+
|                                    |                                     | (1457 - 1509) m 1486                 
|                                    |_MARGARET (PLANTAGENET) TUDOR _______|
|                                      (1489 - 1541) m 1503                |
|                                                                          |_ELIZABETH PLANTAGENET of York________+
|                                                                            (1465 - 1503) m 1486                 
|
|--JOHN STEWART Lord Darnley
|  (1531 - 1563)
|                                                                           ______________________________________
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|                                     _CLAUDE de GUISE Duke of Guise_______|
|                                    | (1496 - 1550)                       |
|                                    |                                     |______________________________________
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|_MARIE de GUISE of Lorraine_________|
  (1515 - 1560) m 1538               |
                                     |                                      _FRANCOIS de ST POL BOURBON __________
                                     |                                     | (1470 - 1495)                        
                                     |_ANTOINETTE de BOURBON ______________|
                                       (1493 - 1583)                       |
                                                                           |_MARIE de LUXEMBURG __________________+
                                                                             (1466 - 1547)                        

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