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William CARTER II

ABT 1660 - BEF 8 Jan 1710

ID Number: I78904

  • RESIDENCE: Middlesex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1660, Middlesex Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: BEF 8 Jan 1710, Middlesex Co. Virginia [397773]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3005]
Father: William CARTER I


Family 1 : Penelope PEW
  1. +Mary CARTER
Family 2 : Mary GOODLOE
  1. +Elizabeth CARTER-BEVERLY

Notes


"Willam purchased 172 acres adjacent to Mr. Francis Weekes and Seagar's line by the Green Branch in Jones' line, patent of Abraham Weekes.


The Al Franklin Genealogy page suggests that there were two children named Mary who were born to William Carter and Mary Goodlaw. One of these children is belived to have died as a child. Some of the dates of Williams children are questionable as some of the birth dates are within a few months of each other, however, it is possible that a child may have been taken in by the couple and given the Carter name (maybe the relatives orphan child).


According to the book 'Sotherners All', by F.N. Boney, the Carters came to Virginia from England in about 1637. Robert Carter, William's son and some of the other siblings are mentioned in the gook 'Golden Days In the Old Dominion', 'Colonial Virginia' and 'Liberty and Slavery'. Robert grew up to be very political and was a plantation owner with over 300,000 acres in Virginia.


Will of William Carter: November 16th 1709


In the name of God Amen, I William Carter of the County of Middlsex being Sick of body but of Sound and perfect mind and memory thanks and praise be give to Almighty God for the same do make and Ordaine this my present Last will & Testament in Manner and forming as Followeth. First, I comend my Soul into the hands of Almighty God hopeing throught the (merits ?) and passion of my Savior Jesus Christ the have free pardon and forgiveness of all my sins and find everlasting life and my body I comitt to the Earth to be burryed at discretion of my Executrix hereafter named and at ... the Disposition of all ... the estate as hath pleased Almighty God to bestow upon ... give and Dispose thereof as followeth ... First, I will that my debts and funerall charges be paid and discharged ...


Item, I give and bequeath unto my Son Thomas Carter one shilling ...
Item, I give and bequeath unto my son William Carter part of my Divident of Land beginning at Thomas Hedgecobes Line upon the Rowling ... Thence bounding upon the said Hedgecombes Line by Line of Rice Jones thence bounding upon the Line of Said Rice Jones to my Spring branch thence up the said branch to my Spring that ... to him and his heirs forever ...
Item, I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Mary (Hughes ?) Twenty Shilling ...
Item, I give and bequeath unto my Loving wife Mary Carter all the rest and residue of personall estate During her Naturall life and after he deces to be Equally divided amongst her Children born of her body.
Item, I give and bequeath unto my two Sons George Carter and Phillip Carter all the remaining part of Divident of Land together with my plantation with all appurtenances there unto belonging and appertainin to be Equally Divided between them to them and their heires forever and I do hereby constytued and appoynt my Loving wife Mary Carter my full and Sole Executrix of this my Last will and Testament as Witness my hand and Seal the day and year above written --- Wiliam Carter (Seal)."


Chrildren by Pew:
2 Mary Carter b: BEF. 23 OCT 1681
2 Thomas Carter b: JUL 1683
2 Elizabeth Carter b: 6 JUN 1686
2 William Carter b: OCT 1687


Children by Goodloe:
2 George Carter b: 22 APR 1692 d: 1789 + Elizabeth Procter b: 1694
2 Phillip Carter b: BEF. 15 JUL 1694 d: 27 FEB 1719/20
2 Penelope Carter b: 15 JUL 1694
2 John Carter b: 1696 d: BEF. 6 APR 1742 + Mary Rice
2 Sarah Carter b: 1699 + Mark Wheeler Child: 3 William Wheeler b: 8 MAR 1718/19
2 Anne Carter b: BEF. 23 JAN 1699/00 + Benjamin Matthews
2 Joseph Carter b: 30 APR 1704 d: 7 MAY 1751 + Catherine Ammon
2 Robert Carter b: 30 JAN 1705/06 + Pricilla Churchill
2 Mary Carter b: 20 JUN 1708
2 Elizabeth Carter-Beverly b: ABT. 1700 d: 3 MAR 1728/29 + Robert Daniell Jr. b: 21 SEP 1691 d: 8 JUL 1742

[S3005]

[397773]
Will: 16 Nov 1709 Middlesex Co., VA.


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 _William CARTER I____|
| (1641 - ....)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--William CARTER II
|  (1660 - 1710)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_____________________|
                      |
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                      |  |  
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[S3005]


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AGNES CONSTABLE

ABT 1422 - AFT 24 Jul 1445

ID Number: I38162

  • RESIDENCE: of Yorkshire, ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1422, Halsham, Yorkshire, England
  • DEATH: AFT 24 Jul 1445
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS 9T7G-4C [S1123] [S3269]
Father: JOHN I CONSTABLE of Halsham
Mother: MARGARET de UMFREVILLE


Family 1 : WILLIAM SKIPWITH
  1. +JOHN SKIPWITH Knt.
  2.  ALICE SKIPWITH

Notes


Name: Agnes Constable Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists Author: David Faris.


m2: Thomas SAINT QUINTIN (Husband) Marriage: ABT 1446 in Of, Halsham, Yorkshire, England


                                                       _______________________
                                                      |                       
                               _______________________|
                              |                       |
                              |                       |_______________________
                              |                                               
 _JOHN I CONSTABLE of Halsham_|
| (1388 - ....) m 1423        |
|                             |                        _______________________
|                             |                       |                       
|                             |_______________________|
|                                                     |
|                                                     |_______________________
|                                                                             
|
|--AGNES CONSTABLE 
|  (1422 - 1445)
|                                                      _THOMAS de UMFREVILLE _+
|                                                     | (1324 - 1387)         
|                              _THOMAS de UMFREVILLE _|
|                             | (1361 - 1391)         |
|                             |                       |_JOAN de RODDAM _______+
|                             |                         (1328 - 1375)         
|_MARGARET de UMFREVILLE _____|
  (1390 - 1443) m 1423        |
                              |                        _______________________
                              |                       |                       
                              |_______________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |_______________________
                                                                              

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[S3269]


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Jabez O. CORLEY

1862 - ____

ID Number: I63366

  • RESIDENCE: Hancock Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1862, Hancock Co, KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1615] [S2404]
Father: Charles Francis CORLEY
Mother: Mary Emezelle STINNETT


Family 1 : Sarah Catherine LYNCH

Notes


Corley, Jabez O Spouse: Lynch, Sarah Catherine Marriage Date: 5 January 1882
City: Hawesville County: Hancock Co State: KY.

[S1615]


                                                  _William CORLEY _____+
                                                 | (1776 - ....) m 1798
                           _Jabez CORLEY ________|
                          | (1805 - 1874) m 1827 |
                          |                      |_Elizabeth WRIGHT ___+
                          |                        (1780 - ....) m 1798
 _Charles Francis CORLEY _|
| (1835 - 1911) m 1857    |
|                         |                       _John WHITELY _______+
|                         |                      | (1775 - 1842) m 1803
|                         |_Tabitha WHITELY _____|
|                           (1807 - 1880) m 1827 |
|                                                |_Bersheba HAYNES ____+
|                                                  (1776 - 1844) m 1803
|
|--Jabez O. CORLEY 
|  (1862 - ....)
|                                                 _____________________
|                                                |                     
|                          _William STINNETT Sr._|
|                         | (1800 - ....)        |
|                         |                      |_____________________
|                         |                                            
|_Mary Emezelle STINNETT _|
  (1835 - ....) m 1857    |
                          |                       _____________________
                          |                      |                     
                          |_Barshaba BARNETT ____|
                            (1800 - ....)        |
                                                 |_____________________
                                                                       

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[S1615]

[S2404]

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Asa Pittman CRUTCHER

ABT 1847 - ____

ID Number: I72649

  • RESIDENCE: Woodford and Franklin Cos. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1847
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:HXX1-TR) [S1980]
Father: Jesse Graddy CRUTCHER
Mother: Martha Jane "Mattie" PITTMAN


Notes


*dsp

                                                         _________________________________________
                                                        |                                         
                                 _______________________|
                                |                       |
                                |                       |_________________________________________
                                |                                                                 
 _Jesse Graddy CRUTCHER ________|
| (1812 - 1868) m 1845          |
|                               |                        _________________________________________
|                               |                       |                                         
|                               |_______________________|
|                                                       |
|                                                       |_________________________________________
|                                                                                                 
|
|--Asa Pittman CRUTCHER 
|  (1847 - ....)
|                                                        _Williamson H. PITMAN Sr.________________+
|                                                       | (1750 - ....) m 1787                    
|                                _Asa PITMAN ___________|
|                               | (1788 - 1837) m 1816  |
|                               |                       |_Judith WATKINS _________________________+
|                               |                         (1770 - 1793) m 1787                    
|_Martha Jane "Mattie" PITTMAN _|
  (1820 - 1877) m 1845          |
                                |                        _Edward TRABUE __________________________+
                                |                       | (1762 - 1814) m 1786                    
                                |_Nancy Haskins TRABUE _|
                                  (1791 - 1877) m 1816  |
                                                        |_L. Martha "Mattie" Or "Patsy " HASKINS _+
                                                          (1764 - 1794) m 1786                    

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John FOOTE

30 Nov 1735 - ____

ID Number: I82820

  • RESIDENCE: Stafford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 30 Nov 1735, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3092]
Father: Richard FOOTE III
Mother: Katherine FOSSACKER


Notes


John FOOTE b: 30 NOV 1735 in VA

                                                           _Richard FOOTE I "the Immigrant"_
                                                          | (1632 - 1724) m 1657            
                        _Richard FOOTE II "the Immigrant"_|
                       | (1665 - 1724)                    |
                       |                                  |_Hester HAYWOOD _________________
                       |                                    (1639 - 1729) m 1657            
 _Richard FOOTE III____|
| (1704 - 1774) m 1726 |
|                      |                                   _________________________________
|                      |                                  |                                 
|                      |__________________________________|
|                                                         |
|                                                         |_________________________________
|                                                                                           
|
|--John FOOTE 
|  (1735 - ....)
|                                                          _________________________________
|                                                         |                                 
|                       __________________________________|
|                      |                                  |
|                      |                                  |_________________________________
|                      |                                                                    
|_Katherine FOSSACKER _|
  (1705 - ....) m 1726 |
                       |                                   _________________________________
                       |                                  |                                 
                       |__________________________________|
                                                          |
                                                          |_________________________________
                                                                                            

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Sir RICHARD GRENVILLE

1541 - ABT 31 Aug 1591

ID Number: I50762

  • TITLE: Sir
  • OCCUPATION: Naval Admiral
  • RESIDENCE: Stowe, near Kilkhampton in North Cornwall, ENG
  • BIRTH: 1541
  • DEATH: ABT 31 Aug 1591, Sank with the Revenge off Fflores
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1805] [S1993]
Father: ROGER GRENVILLE Earl of Bath
Mother: THOMASIN COLE


Family 1 : MARY ST. LEGER
  1. +BERNARD GRENVILLE
  2.  JOHN GRENVILLE Earl of Bath

Notes


"The son of Roger Grenville, captain of the Mary Rose when it sank in the Solent in 1545. He was only three at the time.The Grenvilles lived in a great house at Stowe, near Kilkhampton in North Cornwall.


He himself had became a naval captain, commanding the Revenge. Steeped in naval tradition, he was a cousin of Sir Walter Raleigh and a friend of Sir Francis Drake.


In 1585, while commanding a fleet of five ships carrying colonists to Virginia, he captured a much larger Spanish ship. In 1591, as second in command to Lord Thomas Howard, he took a small fleet to the Azores to lie in wit for a Spanish treasure fleet homeward bound from South America. However the Spanish heard about the English fleet, and sent a large fleet to protect their treasure ships. Lord Howard decided that they did not have enough ships to fight the Spaniards, and ordered the English fleet to up anchors and put to sea. Richard Grenville refused to leave his ninety sick men ashore, and vowed to stay and fight the enemy. On August 31st 1591 the Revenge with about a hundred men fought a battle against some fifty Spanish ships and five thousand men. Battle was broken off as darkness fell, and the next day the Spaniards were amazed to see the Revenge still floating. Its mast and sails were gone, its holds were flooded, and only twenty men were left to fight, including the mortally wounded Grenville. Grenville called on his chief gunner to sink the Revenge to stop it falling into enemy hands, but the remaining crew begged him to surrender. Grenville agreed provided the Spanish would grant them full honours of war, and return them to England immediately. The Spanish commander agreed and the battle ended. Grenville died of his wounds on the Spanish ship. Shortly afterwards an enormous storm sank the Revenge and 14 Spanish ships."


"English naval officer, born in Cornwall. He headed the fleet of seven ships in which colonists organized by his cousin, the English soldier and explorer Sir Walter Raleigh, went (1585) to Roanoke Island, N.C. In 1591 Grenville sailed to the Azores, with Lord Thomas Howard, as second-in-command of an expedition sent to capture a Spanish treasure fleet. His ship, the Revenge, was cut off from the rest of the English fleet and was captured by the Spanish after a battle in which Grenville was mortally wounded. The battle is described in "The Revenge," a ballad by the British poet Alfred Lord Tennyson."


Children:
1 Barnard Grenville = Elizabeth Bevill
2 John Grenvile
3 Ursula Grenvile
4 Katharine Grenville = Justinian Abbott Of Hartland, child: 1 Mary Abbott
5 Bridget Grenvile
6 SON Grenvile


[S1805]


                                                       __
                                                      |  
                                ______________________|
                               |                      |
                               |                      |__
                               |                         
 _ROGER GRENVILLE Earl of Bath_|
| (1510 - 1545)                |
|                              |                       __
|                              |                      |  
|                              |______________________|
|                                                     |
|                                                     |__
|                                                        
|
|--RICHARD GRENVILLE 
|  (1541 - 1591)
|                                                      __
|                                                     |  
|                               _THOMAS COLE of Slade_|
|                              | (1500 - ....)        |
|                              |                      |__
|                              |                         
|_THOMASIN COLE _______________|
  (1520 - ....)                |
                               |                       __
                               |                      |  
                               |______________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |__
                                                         

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JANET MACKAY

ABT 1590 - ____

ID Number: I95424

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1590, Scoury, Scotland
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 1L40-33S)
Father: DONALD BALLOCH MACKAY
Mother: EUPHEMIA MUNRO


Family 1 : WILLIAM MOR MACKAY

                                                _DONALD MACKAY ______
                                               | (1500 - 1550)       
                          _LYE du MACKAY ______|
                         | (1500 - 1572) m 1550|
                         |                     |_HELEN SINCLAIR _____
                         |                       (1505 - ....)       
 _DONALD BALLOCH MACKAY _|
| (1550 - ....)          |
|                        |                      _____________________
|                        |                     |                     
|                        |_HELEN MCLEOD _______|
|                          (1500 - 1555) m 1550|
|                                              |_____________________
|                                                                    
|
|--JANET MACKAY 
|  (1590 - ....)
|                                               _____________________
|                                              |                     
|                         _HUGH MUNRO _________|
|                        | (1530 - ....)       |
|                        |                     |_____________________
|                        |                                           
|_EUPHEMIA MUNRO ________|
  (1555 - ....)          |
                         |                      _____________________
                         |                     |                     
                         |_____________________|
                                               |
                                               |_____________________
                                                                     

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George W. PURL

1835 - 10 Sep 1901

ID Number: I4772

  • RESIDENCE: OH & Goshen, Elkhart Co. IN
  • BIRTH: 1835, Columbus, OH
  • DEATH: 10 Sep 1901
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S197] [S2011]
Father: Elias PURL
Mother: Lovina FRANCISCO


Family 1 : Isabelle U. SKELLEY
  1.  Helen PURL

Notes


IN.Elkhart......El.1900.George.W..PURL..1835
23 Purl, George W. 30 A-75 No widow - one child
The Members of the Pioneer Association. Mr. and Mrs Purl were members.
Mrs. Purl—age 60—born 1833—Maryland
George Purl-age 67—born 1835—Virginia




[S2011] [S1823]


                                             _John? James? PURL __+
                                            | (1730 - ....) m 1760
                       _James PURL _________|
                      | (1769 - 1841) m 1790|
                      |                     |_ CUNNINGHAM ________+
                      |                       (1730 - ....) m 1760
 _Elias PURL _________|
| (1800 - 1872) m 1833|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_Mary________________|
|                       (1770 - 1811) m 1790|
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--George W. PURL 
|  (1835 - 1901)
|                                            _John FRANCISCO _____+
|                                           | (1774 - 1840)       
|                      _Hiram FRANCISCO ____|
|                     | (1794 - 1879)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Lovina FRANCISCO ___|
  (1812 - ....) m 1833|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Hannah MCDANIEL ____|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

Sources

[S11]

[S197]

[S2011]

[S2011]

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Minnie Bell ROBERTS

ABT 1870 - ____

ID Number: I8093

  • RESIDENCE: Amite Co. MS
  • BIRTH: ABT 1870, Amite Co. MS
  • RESOURCES: See: [S305] [S1594]
Father: Thomas Griffen ROBERTS
Mother: Nancy Amanda ANDERS


Family 1 : John Ephraim WHITTINGTON
  1. +Lillian Ethel WHITTINGTON
  2. +Clarence Erwin WHITTINGTON
  3. +Curtis Alonzo WHITTINGTON Sr.
  4. +Ira Jane WHITTINGTON
  5.  Ruby WHITTINGTON
  6.  Oscar Leroy WHITTINGTON

                                                            _Abraham ROBERTS II____+
                                                           | (1745 - ....) m 1770  
                           _Abraham ROBERTS III____________|
                          | (1785 - 1863) m 1813           |
                          |                                |_Desire ROGERS ________+
                          |                                  (1750 - ....) m 1770  
 _Thomas Griffen ROBERTS _|
| (1833 - 1886) m 1855    |
|                         |                                 _______________________
|                         |                                |                       
|                         |_Sarah TAYLOR __________________|
|                           (1796 - 1878) m 1813           |
|                                                          |_______________________
|                                                                                  
|
|--Minnie Bell ROBERTS 
|  (1870 - ....)
|                                                           _Adam ANDERS __________+
|                                                          | (1775 - ....) m 1801  
|                          _Coonrad ANDERS ________________|
|                         | (1804 - 1863) m 1827           |
|                         |                                |_Phoebe E. BANKSTON ___
|                         |                                  (1781 - 1850) m 1801  
|_Nancy Amanda ANDERS ____|
  (1832 - 1904) m 1855    |
                          |                                 _Thomas COLLINSWORTH __+
                          |                                | (1779 - 1837) m 1802  
                          |_Frances (Fannie) COLLINSWORTH _|
                            (1809 - 1846) m 1827           |
                                                           |_Martha "Patty" BONDS _
                                                             (1782 - 1847) m 1802  

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Martha Jane SIMMONS

1841 - 1932

ID Number: I2402

  • RESIDENCE: Houston, TX
  • BIRTH: 1841
  • DEATH: 1932, Houston, Texas
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S2816]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY LA & MS) SIMMONS


Family 1 : Thomas Alexander MCCANTS C.S.A.
  1.  Thomas S. MCCANTS
  2.  John James MCCANTS
  3. +Mary Catherine MCCANTS
  4.  Lenora MCCANTS
  5.  Sarah MCCANTS
  6. +Florida MCCANTS

                                        __
                                       |  
                                     __|
                                    |  |
                                    |  |__
                                    |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY LA & MS) SIMMONS _|
|                                   |
|                                   |   __
|                                   |  |  
|                                   |__|
|                                      |
|                                      |__
|                                         
|
|--Martha Jane SIMMONS 
|  (1841 - 1932)
|                                       __
|                                      |  
|                                    __|
|                                   |  |
|                                   |  |__
|                                   |     
|___________________________________|
                                    |
                                    |   __
                                    |  |  
                                    |__|
                                       |
                                       |__
                                          

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Sen. Daniel French SLAUGHTER

1784 - ____

ID Number: I34841

Father: Philip Pendleton SLAUGHTER
Mother: Margaret "Peggy" French STROTHER


Family 1 : Leitita MADISON
  1.  James Edwin SLAUGHTER C.S.A.
  2.  Philip Madison SLAUGHTER C.S.A.
Family 2 : Mary W. WINSTON
  1.  Mary Wallace SLAUGHTER
  2.  Eliza French SLAUGHTER
  3.  Caroline SLAUGHTER
  4.  John M. SLAUGHTER
  5.  Daniel Alexander SLAUGHTER

Notes


Genealogical and Historical Notes on Culpeper County, Virginia. Embracing a Revised and Enlarged Edition of Dr. Philip Slaughter's History of St. Mark's Parish Genealogies"
The Slaughter Family.


Children by Madison: James E., P. , and D. F. Slaughter.


Volume IV Chapter XIV Slaughter Family. Daniel French Slaughter((5)) married, second, Mary W. Winston, and had issue:
Fourth Generation.
I. Mary Wallace Slaughter((6)).
II. Eliza French Slaughter((6)).
III. Caroline Slaughter((6)).
IV. John M. Slaughter((6)).
V. Daniel Alexander Slaughter((6)). Married Katherine Somerville. Issue:



[S1842] [S2065]


                                                                      _Robert SLAUGHTER II________+
                                                                     | (1702 - 1769) m 1723       
                                     _James SLAUGHTER _______________|
                                    | (1732 - 1799)                  |
                                    |                                |_Mary SMITH ________________+
                                    |                                  (1703 - ....) m 1723       
 _Philip Pendleton SLAUGHTER _______|
| (1758 - 1849) m 1780              |
|                                   |                                 _Phillip CLAYTON of Catalpa_+
|                                   |                                | (1702 - 1786) m 1720       
|                                   |_Susan CLAYTON _________________|
|                                     (1735 - ....)                  |
|                                                                    |_Anne COLEMAN ______________+
|                                                                      (1703 - ....) m 1720       
|
|--Daniel French SLAUGHTER 
|  (1784 - ....)
|                                                                     _James Lawrence STROTHER ___+
|                                                                    | (1690 - 1761) m 1736       
|                                    _George French STROTHER I Judge_|
|                                   | (1733 - 1799)                  |
|                                   |                                |_Margaret FRENCH ___________+
|                                   |                                  (1715 - 1760) m 1736       
|_Margaret "Peggy" French STROTHER _|
  (1758 - 1835) m 1780              |
                                    |                                 _Robert Spilsby COLEMAN ____+
                                    |                                | (1710 - 1793) m 1740       
                                    |_Lucy COLEMAN __________________|
                                      (1737 - ....)                  |
                                                                     |_Sarah Ann SAUNDERS ________
                                                                       (1716 - 1793) m 1740       

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[S1274]

[S1842]

[S2065]

[S2586]

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Commodore Sir WALTER STIRLING II Knt.

7 May 1718 - 24 Nov 1786

ID Number: I86141

  • TITLE: Commodore Sir
  • RESIDENCE: Scotland and Philadelphia, PA and London, England
  • OCCUPATION: Commodore
  • BIRTH: 7 May 1718, Sherva Fife Scotland
  • DEATH: 24 Nov 1786, Red Lion Square , London, England
  • BURIAL: Hammondworth, Middlesex, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3169] [S3170]
Father: WALTER STIRLING I
Mother: JANE RUTHVEN


Family 1 : Dorothy WILLING
  1.  WALTER STIRLING III
  2. +CHARLES STIRLING
  3.  EDWARD THOMAS STIRLING
  4. +ANNE STIRLING

Notes


See: "The Stirlings of Cadder" by Thomas Willing Stirling.


"At an advanced age, in 1780, he was Captain of the 'Gibraltar', 80 guns, under Sir Samuel Hood and was present at Rodney's capture of St Eustatius in the West Indies from the Dutch in 1781. He was selected to take home dispatches and was knighted on arrival. In 1782, he was Commodore at the Nore. The background consists of rock with a glimpse of the sea on the left. The portrait is inscribed 'Sir Walter Stirling of Faskine, Commander-in-Chief at the Nore 1781-d.1786'. " Portrait: http://www.nmm.ac.uk/mag/pages/mnuExplore/PaintingDetail.cfm?lett era=&ID=BHC3038.



                                                      _JOHN STIRLING ______+
                                                     | (1613 - 1647) m 1637
                       _JOHN STIRLING _______________|
                      | (1640 - 1709) m 1670         |
                      |                              |_JANET NEILSON ______
                      |                                (1619 - 1648) m 1637
 _WALTER STIRLING I___|
| (1686 - 1732)       |
|                     |                               _Charles CAMPBELL ___
|                     |                              |                     
|                     |_JANET CAMPBELL ______________|
|                       (1652 - 1695) m 1670         |
|                                                    |_Elizabeth HALL _____
|                                                                          
|
|--WALTER STIRLING II Knt.
|  (1718 - 1786)
|                                                     _____________________
|                                                    |                     
|                      _WILLIAM RUTHVEN Of Torryburn_|
|                     | (1660 - ....)                |
|                     |                              |_____________________
|                     |                                                    
|_JANE RUTHVEN _______|
  (1697 - 1721)       |
                      |                               _____________________
                      |                              |                     
                      |______________________________|
                                                     |
                                                     |_____________________
                                                                           

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Col. Thomas SWANN

May 1616 - 16 Sep 1680

ID Number: I47445

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: Burgess; Mbr of the Council 1660-1680. Supporter of Bacon
  • RESIDENCE: England and Jamestown, and Swann's Point, Surry Co. VA
  • BIRTH: May 1616, England
  • DEATH: 16 Sep 1680, Jamestown, Virginia [S1817]
  • BURIAL: Swann's Point, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1706] [S1804] [S1817] [S3053] [S3061]
Father: William SWANN "the Immigrant"
Mother: Judith GREENE


Family 1 : Margaret DELTON
  1. +Susannah SWANN
  2.  William SWANN
  3.  Thomas SWANN
Family 2 : Sarah CODD
  1.  Sarah SWANN
  2. +Samuel SWANN
  3.  Sampson SWANN
Family 3 : Sarah CHANDLER
  1.  Judith SWANN
  2.  Ann SWANN
  3.  Son SWANN
  4.  Son SWANN
Family 4 : Anne FOWLER
Family 5 : Mary MANSFIELD
  1.  Mary SWANN
  2.  Francis SWANN
  3. +Thomas SWANN of Nansemond
  4. +Sarah SWANN

Notes


"On 1 March 1638/9 Thomas Swann of Swann's Point, Surry, re-patented land in James City County on the south side of the river, as held previously by his father. Most of the Headright patentees named are the same as those on the claim of his father. He also came into possession of an additional 300 acres on the south side of the James River, adjacent to land "Lately belonging to Captain Ralph Hamor, and now in possession of Jeremiah Clements". Thomas Swan was a Burgess for James City from 1645 to 1649; and for Surry from 1657 to 1658. He was a Lieutenant Colonel in 1658, and was appointed a Member of the Council in 1659, which place he held until his death. His name occurs frequently in the records of Surry, of which County he was appointed a Justice and Lieutenant Colonel of the Militia in 1652.


A letter survives written to him from Roger Green at Gravesend on 13 October 1663. It is not known if this Roger Green is a relation, although the tone of the letter seems to imply this. Roger Greene was an emigrant to Virginia in 1635 on board the ship "Abraham", when he was aged 24, and was therefore born around 1610/11 [J. C. Hotten, Original Lists of Persons Emigrating to America 1600-1700, Chatto & Windus, 1874]. On 2 December 1665 Thomas Swann was appointed, along with William Drummond, by Governor of Virginia to look after the ship "Recovery" which had lost her Master owing to his arrest by the Governor, Sir William Berkeley. Berkeley persuaded Roger Newham to accept the post; and after hire by Thomas Swann and William Drummond, he set sail from Jamestown with a cargo of tobacco. This included 44 hogsheads for Henry Spratt, 66 hogsheads for William Drummond and 36 hogsheads for Thomas Swann, as the three main freighters. Their Agents in London were Mr. Shakerly for Swann; John Carrill for Drummond and William Yeoman for Spratt [HCA 13/76].


Thomas Swanne was one of the signatories to a letter sent by the Governor and Council of Virginia to the King and Privy Council, which was presented there on 16 October 1667. This was a complaint against Lord Baltimore, Governor of Maryland, for disallowing the cessation from planting of tobacco for a year, as stipulated by his own Commissioners. The full list of signatories was: Sir William Berkeley, Governor; Thomas Ludwell, Secretary; Robert Wynne, Speaker; Robert Smith; Richard Bennett; Theodore Blande; Thomas Stegge; Nathaniel Bacon; Henry Corbin; Miles Cary; Francis Willis; Thomas Swann; George Reade and Edward Carter.


Colonel Swann, contrary to the majority of wealthy men in Virginia, was a supporter of Bacon in his revolution against Governor Berkeley. For the part he played in the rebellion see the Chapter on "Bacon's Rebellion" in "Colonial Surry".


Thomas Swann died on 16 September 1680 "Being 64 years of age, and was buried at Swann's Point at my grandfather's feet".


"At this time it is clear that Colonel Thomas Swann was involved in the transport and sale of tobacco in England, and had part share in the cargo of a vessel called the "Recovery". Whilst at anchor in the Elizabeth River, Virginia, in 1665 the ship, already in poor condition had lost her Master, who was arrested by the Governor, Sir William Bartlet, to look after the Recovery at this time - Colonel Thomas Swann and William Drummond, he joined the ship The Recovery was carrying a cargo of tobacco: 44 hogsheads for Henry Spratt, 66 hogsheads for William Drummond and 36 hogsheads for Thomas Swann The Correspondents [Agents] in London, to whom the cargo was due to be delivered, were Mr Shakerly for Swann and John Carrill for Drummond. The Royal Commissioners, appointed by Charles II to inquire into the causes of Bacon's rebellion, met at Thomas Swann’s residence at Swann's Point in 1677, and for this courteous act he received a pardon.


Swann's long-time friend, William Drummond, was condemned at a Court Martial held on shipboard in the York River on 11 January 1676/7 and was hanged on 20 January 1676. William Drummond of Virginia was the son of John Drummond and Janet Hayes, and was born in 1620 at Inverness, Scotland. William Drummond was appointed North Carolina's first Governor by Lord William Berkeley of Virginia. He married Sarah Swann, daughter of Edward Swann of Denton Court, in Kent, in 1651 [This statement needs verification]. William and Sarah Swann Drummond had son, John Drummond, born 10 June 1658 in James City County, Virginia. John Drummond later married Mary Robertson in 1706. Sarah Drummond, a daughter of William and Sarah Drummond, married Colonel Samuel Swann of Swann's Point, Surry County, Virginia (see below)."


Col. Thomas Swann from all reports was an only child.
Sources:
Other : The Tishomingo County Connection by Esther Welch Adams.1981.
Other : Swann History by Yates Publishing, Page 79
Other : Swann History from Yates Publishing.Page #68
Other : Swann History from Yates Publishing.Page # 80


From WFT22, #3104: "On 1 Mar 1638 he took patent on 1200 acres "Swanns Point", obtained 300 acres adjoining, for transporting 6 persons into colony 9 May 1638; and on 7 Feb 1665 an additional "900 a.on south side James River and East side of Blackwater, 3 miles west from Jno Bradies, for transfer 18 persons: Margaret Delton, Sarah Coe, Susannah Doe, Thomas Smith (Sir Thomas Smith, first head of the London Co, treasurer. He was one of the group to whom Raleigh had assigned his rights in Virginia. He, too, had been knighted for bravery at Cadiz. Member of Parliament and as ambassador to Russia. 1600 first Gov. of East India Co. House in Enpot Lane.),Richard Jackwell, Mary Hawkins, J.Douglas, Jas. Seward, Jno. Pellsone, Jes. Pellsone, Jane Sickler, John Sickler, William Sanford, Jno. Lewis, Jno Long, Nickolas White, Togh (Irish boy), Irish woman.
Col. Thomas was a member of the Royal Commissioners 1660-1680. Col. Thomas offered his house on the other side of the river to Commissioners sent over by the King to investigate Gov. Berkeley's mis-management. In 1671, he bought the east home of the 3 brick homes in Jamestown from Henry Randolph. These houses were burned, but foundations restored. Was a member of old Southwark Church and Parish near Four Mile Tree in Surry Co. A member of House of Burgesses 1645-1680. Lt. Colonel in 1652. Died 1680 age 64 yrs., buried at Swann's point at his father's feet. (In 1649 Charles I beheaded. VA Burgesses and Council denounced the deed.) He came to America 1629/ Alderman Jamestown; Member of House of Burgesses 1645-'79 & Member of Assembly."


"Swan Family.


The Critic of Richmond, Va. has the following, and more concerning the Swan Family. The Critic on file in the Va. State Library is fast falling to pieces from wear and age, therefore it may be well to copy some of the data given, where it concerns soldiers of the Revolution and their antecedents and descendants.


There was a Thomas Swan, member of the House of Burgesses from James City Co., 1645 and 1649; from Surry, 1657-58; Member of the Council, 1660-1680. He died Sep. 16, 1680.


The English sent to suppress Bacons Rebellion, sat at his house, and he appears to have used his influence for mercy and moderation.


He married five times. The name of his first wife is not known. His second wife was a Miss Codd. Wives number three and four are also unknown.
By his fifth wife he had children:--Mary (married Richard Bland of Jordans), Major Thomas of Nansemond Co. (married Elizabeth, dau. of William Thompson of same Co. and died 1705), Sarah (mar. 1st, Henry Randolph; 2nd, Giles Webb, both of Henrico Co.).


Miss Codd, the second wife of Col. Thos. Swan, is thought to have been the dau. of Col. Saint Leger Codd. She had by Col. Swan, one son, Col. Samuel Swan, b. May 11, 1653. He was a member of the House of Burgesses from Surry."


"I. THOMAS SWANN COL was born in May 1616 at England.
He married MARGARET DELTON, daughter of WILLIAM DELTON, on 13 Jan 1639 at England.
He married SARAH CODD on 13 Jan 1649 at James City, Virginia.
He married SARAH CHANDLER on 30 Jul 1655 at Surry, Virginia.
He married ANN FREEMAN on 12 Aug 1662 at Surry, Virginia.
He married MARY MANSFIELD, daughter of (--?--) MANSFIELD, on 20 Dec 1668 at Surry, Virginia.
He died on 16 Sep 1680 at Surry, Virginia, at age 64."


1. THOMAS SWAN(N), born May 1616. On 1 March 1638/9 Thomas Swann of Swann's Point, Surry, re-patented land in James City County on the south side of the river, as held previously by his father. Most of the Headright patentees named are the same as those on the claim of his father. He also came into possession of an additional 300 acres on the south side of the James River, adjacent to land "Lately belonging to Captain Ralph Hamor, and now in
possession of Jeremiah Clements".


Thomas Swan was a Burgess for James City from 1645 to 1649; and for Surry from 1657 to 1658. He was a Lieutenant Colonel in 1658, and was appointed a Member of the Council
in 1659, which place he held until his death. His name occurs frequently in the records of Surry, of which County he was appointed a Justice and Lieutenant Colonel of the Militia in 1652.


A letter survives written to him from Roger Green at Gravesend on 13 October 1663. It is not known if this Roger Green is a relation, although the tone of the letter seems to imply this.







[S1817] [S2450] [S3053]


                                                              _FRANCIS SWANN of Wye_
                                                             | (1520 - ....)        
                                 _SAMUEL SWANN ______________|
                                | (1550 - ....)              |
                                |                            |______________________
                                |                                                   
 _William SWANN "the Immigrant"_|
| (1586 - 1638) m 1612          |
|                               |                             ______________________
|                               |                            |                      
|                               |____________________________|
|                                                            |
|                                                            |______________________
|                                                                                   
|
|--Thomas SWANN 
|  (1616 - 1680)
|                                                             ______________________
|                                                            |                      
|                                _Richard GREENE of Ratcliff_|
|                               | (1560 - ....) m 1586       |
|                               |                            |______________________
|                               |                                                   
|_Judith GREENE ________________|
  (1588 - 1636) m 1612          |
                                |                             ______________________
                                |                            |                      
                                |_Margery SHOWELL ___________|
                                  (1560 - ....) m 1586       |
                                                             |______________________
                                                                                    

Sources

[S1817]

[S1706]

[S1804]

[S1817]

[S3053]

[S3061]

[S1817]

[S2450]

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DON DIEGO de VIVAR

ABT 1020 - ____

ID Number: I15387

  • BIRTH: ABT 1020
  • RESOURCES: See: [S443]

Family 1 :
  1. +RODRIGO DIAZ de VIVAR "El Cid" Campeador

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