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M.E.

ABT 1840 - ____

ID Number: I5511

  • RESIDENCE: Pike Co. MS
  • BIRTH: ABT 1840
  • RESOURCES: See: [S257]

Family 1 : William Nelson MORGAN Sr.
  1.  Lucy S. MORGAN
  2.  William Nelson MORGAN Jr.
  3.  N. J. MORGAN
  4.  S. J. MORGAN
  5.  J. P. MORGAN

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TOSCANDA

ABT 0865 - ____

ID Number: I53871

  • RESIDENCE: FR
  • BIRTH: ABT 0865
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1945]

Family 1 : GARNIER de LOCHES
  1. +ROSCILLE de LOCHES

Notes


Stuart's "Royalty for Commoners," (167:37). Aka: Torcinda.

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George CONEY

1839 - 1898

ID Number: I51501

  • RESIDENCE: Wayne Co. PA
  • BIRTH: 1839
  • DEATH: 1898
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S2992]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) CONEY


Family 1 : ILyann VANDERMARK
  1.  Ellsworth CONEY
  2.  William W. CONEY

Notes


My great grandfather was Ellsworth Coney born 1867 and died 1911. He lived in Wayne County, Pa. this is in Northeastern PA. His father was George Coney born 1839 died 1898. Ellsworth was married to Bridget Cunningham; George Coney was married to ILyann Vandermark(Bond).


Ellsworth' s brother, William W. Coney born 1881 died 1966 did a family tree on blue print paper. This is quite difficult to follow. However he has researched this back to a Sir William Ayscough who died 34th year of Henry VI whose reign began in 1421 Godmanchester Lincolnshire England. The Coney Coat of Arms in the Boston Museum.


John Coney born in 1655, son of John Coney and Elizabeth Nash, was a silversmith He made the first plates for the government to make paper money.


The information on this tree goes back to Sir Edward Ayscough who died 34th year of Henry VI whose reign began in 1421 Godmanchester Lincolnshire England." [S2992]


                              __
                             |  
                           __|
                          |  |
                          |  |__
                          |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) CONEY _|
|                         |
|                         |   __
|                         |  |  
|                         |__|
|                            |
|                            |__
|                               
|
|--George CONEY 
|  (1839 - 1898)
|                             __
|                            |  
|                          __|
|                         |  |
|                         |  |__
|                         |     
|_________________________|
                          |
                          |   __
                          |  |  
                          |__|
                             |
                             |__
                                

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John FOSTER Jr.

1719 - 1764 or 1791

ID Number: I64105

  • RESIDENCE: of Gloucester and Essex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1719
  • DEATH: 1764 or 1791
  • RESOURCES: See: CONFLICT notes [S2436]
Father: John FOSTER Sr.
Mother: Isabell GOLDING


Family 1 : Averilla HASKEW
Family 2 : Elizabeth TURK
  1.  Sarah Garrett FOSTER

Notes


CONFLICT: in dates Birth: About 1719/1720 in Essex,Va Death: About 1764 or 1791 in Albemarle,Va
Not sure who is mother of Sarah Garrett Foster.
Wives:
Averilla Haskew (Wife) Marriage: Abt 1740 in Orange,Va m. abt 1752
Ann (Wife)
Elizabeth Turk (Wife) Marriage: Abt 1742 in Orange,Virginia (also named as wife of John, Jr.s son Henry Foster)


Children:
Henry Foster b. About 1741 in Virginia
Haskew Foster b. About 1743 in Virginia
John Foster b. About 1746 in Virginia
Sarah Garnett Foster b. About 1748 in Virginia
Simpson Westberry Foster b. About 1750 in Virginia
Rachel Foster b. About 1752 in Virginia
Joel Foster b. About 1754 in Virginia
Edmond Foster b. About 1756 in Louisa County, Virginia
Philadelphia Foster b. About 1760 in Virginia
Anthony Foster b. About 1761 in Virginia
Mary Foster b. About 1764 in Virginia



                                             _Richard FOSTER "the immigrant"___
                                            | (1619 - 1681) m 1642             
                       _Robert FOSTER ______|
                      | (1651 - 1715) m 1686|
                      |                     |_Susanna GARNETT _________________+
                      |                       (1620 - ....) m 1642             
 _John FOSTER Sr._____|
| (1688 - 1763) m 1710|
|                     |                      _John GARNETT II__________________+
|                     |                     | (1648 - 1703) m 1670             
|                     |_Elizabeth GARNETT __|
|                       (1663 - 1744) m 1686|
|                                           |_Ann TAYLOR ______________________
|                                             (1650 - 1703) m 1670             
|
|--John FOSTER Jr.
|  (1719 - ....)
|                                            _John GOLDING Sr. "the Immigrant"_
|                                           | (1640 - ....) m 1669             
|                      _John GOLDING _______|
|                     | (1670 - 1777) m 1690|
|                     |                     |_Daughter of RIPLEY ______________
|                     |                       (1640 - ....) m 1669             
|_Isabell GOLDING ____|
  (1691 - 1747) m 1710|
                      |                      __________________________________
                      |                     |                                  
                      |_Cassandra TUCKER ___|
                        (1670 - 1715) m 1690|
                                            |__________________________________
                                                                               

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Sarah GOODE

ABT 1713 - ____

ID Number: I101666

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1713, Henrico Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3069]

Family 1 : Joseph PLEASANTS

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Benjamin HIGGINBOTHAM

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I16126

  • RESIDENCE: Green Co. AL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S453]
Father: George Green HIGGINBOTHAM
Mother: Sarah FORTSON



                                                     _Aaron I HIGGINBOTHAM _+
                                                    | (1720 - 1785) m 1746  
                              _Samuel HIGGINBOTHAM _|
                             | (1745 - 1803) m 1768 |
                             |                      |_Clara GRAVES _________+
                             |                        (1720 - 1780) m 1746  
 _George Green HIGGINBOTHAM _|
| (1791 - 1859) m 1817       |
|                            |                       _John SATTERWHITE Sr.__+
|                            |                      | (1700 - 1772) m 1725  
|                            |_Jane SATTERWHITE ____|
|                              (1748 - 1842) m 1768 |
|                                                   |_Ann GRAVES ___________+
|                                                     (1704 - 1791) m 1725  
|
|--Benjamin HIGGINBOTHAM 
|  (1820 - ....)
|                                                    _Thomas FORTSON Jr.____+
|                                                   | (1742 - 1824) m 1762  
|                             _Benjamin FORTSON ____|
|                            | (1765 - 1823) m 1797 |
|                            |                      |_Rachel WINN __________+
|                            |                        (1744 - ....) m 1762  
|_Sarah FORTSON _____________|
  (1800 - 1858) m 1817       |
                             |                       _Richard GAINES _______+
                             |                      | (1759 - 1824) m 1782  
                             |_Elizabeth GAINES ____|
                               (1770 - ....) m 1797 |
                                                    |_Elizabeth EASTIN _____
                                                       m 1782               

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Mary Anne HOLMES

27 Jun 1802 - 22 Oct 1885

ID Number: I66475

  • RESIDENCE: England and Farm near Baltimore, MD and NY
  • BIRTH: 27 Jun 1802, Lambeth, London, England [328175]
  • DEATH: 22 Oct 1885, New York, New York
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3700]

Family 1 : Junius Brutus BOOTH Sr.
  1.  Junius Brutus BOOTH Jr.
  2.  Rosalie Ann BOOTH
  3.  Henry Byron BOOTH
  4.  Mary Ann BOOTH
  5.  Frederick BOOTH
  6.  Elizabeth BOOTH
  7.  Edwin Thomas BOOTH
  8.  Asia Frigga Sidney BOOTH
  9. +John Wilkes BOOTH
  10.  Joseph Adrian BOOTH

Notes


Father: Robert Frederick Holmes b: ABT. 1778 d. 1823
Mother: Ann Lewis b: 1776

[328175]
Alt: 29 Aug 1802

[524175]
lived together without marriage for many years.

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John Strother MEADE

25 Oct 1873 - 21 Feb 1909

ID Number: I12805

  • RESIDENCE: Carter Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 25 Oct 1873, Carter Co., Kentucky
  • DEATH: 21 Feb 1909
  • BURIAL: Lindsay Chapel, Grayson, KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S160]
Father: Viving Powell MEADE
Mother: Sari Emay Henrietta STROTHER


Notes


--Sources
Birth: John Wallace diskette.
Death: John Wallace diskette.
Burial: John Wallace diskette.

                                                         _Fielding Lewis MEADE _+
                                                        | (1782 - 1841) m 1809  
                                 _Richard Lewis MEADE __|
                                | (1811 - 1880)         |
                                |                       |_Mary THACKER _________+
                                |                         (1785 - ....) m 1809  
 _Viving Powell MEADE __________|
| (1836 - 1898) m 1870          |
|                               |                        _Moses HICKINGBOTTOM __+
|                               |                       | (1780 - ....) m 1800  
|                               |_Laticia HIGGINBOTHAM _|
|                                 (1811 - ....)         |
|                                                       |_Elizabeth FARRIS _____+
|                                                         (1780 - ....) m 1800  
|
|--John Strother MEADE 
|  (1873 - 1909)
|                                                        _______________________
|                                                       |                       
|                                _______________________|
|                               |                       |
|                               |                       |_______________________
|                               |                                               
|_Sari Emay Henrietta STROTHER _|
  (1848 - ....) m 1870          |
                                |                        _______________________
                                |                       |                       
                                |_______________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |_______________________
                                                                                

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Sir JAMES MORGAN

1643 - 30 Apr 1718

ID Number: I97934

  • TITLE: Sir
  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: 1643, Of Llantarnum Abbey, Monmouthshire, Wales
  • DEATH: 30 Apr 1718, Stowell, Gloucestershire, England
  • BURIAL: Stowell, Gloucester, England
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 8LN7-KG) NOT PROVEN ANCESTOR

Family 1 :
  1. +Edward MORGAN "the Immigrant"

Notes


Father: Thomas MORGAN (AFN: 8LN7-TT)
Mother: Elizabeth WINDHAM (AFN: 8VP2-RG)


Father: Edward Sir Baron II MORGAN SR (AFN: 8LN7-P5)
Mother: Frances MORGAN (AFN: 8LN7-QB)


Marriage(s):
Spouse: Alice Lady HOPTON (AFN: 8LN7-LM) Marriage: 1668 Phil, Phil, Pa, United States
Spouse: Ann Hopton JONES (AFN: 17Q5-H2G)



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Princess ADELAIDE de POITOU of Aquitaine

ABT 0952 - 15 Jun 1004

ID Number: I18496

  • TITLE: Princess
  • RESIDENCE: Poitiers, Aquitaine
  • BIRTH: ABT 0952, of Germany
  • DEATH: 15 Jun 1004
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS 9G85-RQ [S590] [S790] [S1115]
Father: WILLIAM III "Towhead" de POITOU Count of Poitou
Mother: ADELE de NORMANDY of Senlis


Family 1 : HUGH Capet de FRANCE of France
  1. +ROBERT II "The Pious" de FRANCE of France
  2. +HEDWIGA Capet de FRANCE of France

Notes


Aka: Adbelahide Princess of Aquitaine. daughter of Guillaume IV, "Tete d'Etoupe", duke of Guyenne and count of Poitou.


                                                                                                         _RANULF II de POITOU of Aquitaine_____________________+
                                                                                                        | (0838 - 0890)                                        
                                                   _EBLES "MANZER" de POITOU Count of Poitou____________|
                                                  | (0890 - 0934) m 0911                                |
                                                  |                                                     |_ERMENGARDE of Poitou_________________________________
                                                  |                                                       (0872 - 0935)                                        
 _WILLIAM III "Towhead" de POITOU Count of Poitou_|
| (0915 - 0963) m 0935                            |
|                                                 |                                                      ______________________________________________________
|                                                 |                                                     |                                                      
|                                                 |_EMELIANE of Poitou__________________________________|
|                                                   (0915 - ....) m 0911                                |
|                                                                                                       |______________________________________________________
|                                                                                                                                                              
|
|--ADELAIDE de POITOU of Aquitaine
|  (0952 - 1004)
|                                                                                                        _Rognvald Eysteinsson (The Wise) SVERIGE Earl of Maer_+
|                                                                                                       | (0830 - 0894) m 0868                                 
|                                                  _ROLLO (Hrolfr) "The Dane" Robert I SVERIGE of Rouen_|
|                                                 | (0854 - 0930) m 0886                                |
|                                                 |                                                     |_Ragnhild Hrolfsson Hilda NORGE ______________________+
|                                                 |                                                       (0840 - ....) m 0868                                 
|_ADELE de NORMANDY of Senlis_____________________|
  (0917 - 0962) m 0935                            |
                                                  |                                                      _HUBERT BERENGER de VERMANDOIS of Bayeux & Senlis_____+
                                                  |                                                     | (0850 - ....) m 0872                                 
                                                  |_LADY POPPA de SENLIS de VERMANDOIS of Normandy______|
                                                    (0872 - ....) m 0886                                |
                                                                                                        |_Daughter de RENNES __________________________________
                                                                                                          (0847 - ....) m 0872                                 

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[S790]

[S1115]


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Hezekiah PURL

1841 - 4 Feb 1865

ID Number: I49955

  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. POW Rock Island, IL
  • RESIDENCE: Morgan Co. MO
  • BIRTH: 1841, Morgan Co. MO
  • DEATH: 4 Feb 1865, Union prison in Rock Island, Illinois
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1788] [S1823]
Father: Uriah Martin " Urie " PURL Sr.
Mother: Mahala KELSAY


Notes


Rock Island, IL Union Prison Cemetery
PURL, HEZEKIAH CONSCRIPT, MO 2/4/65 1860
From: Diane P. Donaghy, Esq. EMail: jemcsa@nmia.com To: Missouri Mule swcelt@stlnet.com
Date: Friday, May 12, 2000 5:39 PM Subject: Re: [MoCSA] Rock Island Prison, Ill


Thanks for the info! I have a relative buried in the Confederate section, grave # 1860. Hezekiah Purl (actually "Pearl") was listed as a "Conscript Mo." He died on Feb. 4, 1865, a long way from home. I will pause on Saturday to remember his sacrifice and fly at half-staff my battleflag, First, Second and Third National. Thank you for remembering. Following is a site others may be interested in concerning the Rock Island Death Camp. Deo Vindice! Jim Ed Morgans, Tijeras, New Mexico
http://pw1.netcom.com/~jeansmal/rockislpow.html


"Hezekiah Purl, born 1842 in Morgan County, Missouri. He served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War and died as a prisoner of war in the Union prison in Rock Island, Illinois."


NOV 2003 (KRT) ROCK ISLAND, Ill. A bagpiper played "Amazing Grace" and the bugler played "Taps." Then a group that gathered here to honor the war dead sang the song known as "Dixie."


On a gray, damp Sunday morning punctuated by bright flashes of the Confederate flag, visitors to the Rock Island National Cemetery saw the dedication of its first monument to 1,950 Southern soldiers buried on Arsenal Island.


"I feel it is something that has been long overdue," said Loretta Finnegan, a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and a coordinator of the event. "This is not about hatred or bigotry or politics or anything like that. It's about honoring soldiers, who died lonely and sick after defending their homes. They never even knew who won the war."


The honored dead were among more than 12,000 Confederate prisoners held during the Civil War in the Rock Island Prison Barracks, which opened 140 years ago last month. Many died of smallpox brought to the prison by the first soldiers to be incarcerated there. Pneumonia and dysentery were common.


Conditions in the barracks were brutal. Shivering through harsh winter weather, sleeping three to a bunk in shifts and eating rations that were minimal at best, imprisoned soldiers found life could hinge on the mere possession of a wool blanket, a speaker at the dedication event said. The disease-ridden facility averaged nearly a hundred deaths a month during its two years of operation.


The Confederate graves are maintained by the National Cemetery Administration, but they are located a half-mile down the road on Arsenal Island from the huge, more popular U.S. national cemetery. Buried at the larger facility are more than 20,000 U.S. military personnel - and some immediate family members - from the Union Army in the Civil War to the most recent veterans.


"We have ceremonies there all the time, but this is the first time we've ever had anything like (the dedication of a monument) in our Confederate cemetery," said Richard C. Anderson, director of the Rock Island National Cemetery facilities. "Sometimes you get people who want to make an issue of things, and there's been controversy over the flag and other things, but I thought this went off well. We're not into rewriting history here."


Finnegan and the Chicago area chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, whose members are descendants of the Confederate army, navy or civil service, spent three years raising funds for the 6-foot-high engraved granite memorial to the dead soldiers, and saw the project through considerable federal bureaucracy.


"We started our chapter three years ago and, from the start, our goal was to have some sort of memorial erected at this cemetery," she said. "That's all this was about."


The Rock Island cemeteries are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and maintained by the Department of Veterans Affairs' cemetery administration.


The regulations are strict - and identical - for both cemeteries. They govern details ranging from the types of plants that can be left at the individual, uniform headstones to forbidding anything "degrading to the country." The U.S. flag flies from the main pole at both cemeteries, and all other flags - American or otherwise - are forbidden except on Memorial Day weekend and at special, one-time ceremonies approved in advance.


"We could only carry the Confederate flag at our event and we were allowed to drape flags over graves, but I was fine with that," said Finnegan, a native of North Carolina who says her great-great grandfather and three of his brothers fought for the South.


The Daughters of the Confederacy submitted the monument's design and inscription to Anderson for approval. He says he forwarded it to the Veterans Affairs' general counsel.


"This is more than we'd ordinarily do before approving a group's plans," Anderson said. "I did it because we'd never had a Confederate ceremony before, and I wanted to be sure of everything, but, as far as we're concerned, the group that did it is a perfectly viable organization with a solid charter."


The monument's wording reads: "In memory of the Confederate veterans who died at the Rock Island Confederate Prison Camp. May they never be forgotten. Let no man asperse the memory of our sacred dead. They were men who died for a cause they believed was worth fighting for and made the ultimate sacrifice. Erected by The Seven Confederate Knights' Chapter 2625 (of) United Daughters of The Confederacy."


Though he had never overseen a Confederate ceremony, Anderson said he urged the UDC chapter to be as inclusive as they could with the inscription. He also had the entire ceremony videotaped. "It's for our archives, because it was so rare at Rock Island," he said. "I thought it went off really well."


The turnout for the Arsenal Island ceremony was small, but Finnegan almost seemed relieved over this, noting that displaying the Confederate flag remains a controversial issue. The NAACP boycotts the state of South Carolina for flying the flag over its capitol. Georgia's incorporation of the flag into its state banner was a major issue in its last gubernatorial election.


An honor guard of Civil War re-enactors fired three volleys from "black powder," Civil War-period guns during the ceremony. In a speech, Gary Corlew of the Sons of Confederate Veterans likened groups such as his "involved in a great cultural war" to preserve history.


Terry Henson, an airline mechanic from Indianapolis, learned of the ceremony through an Internet posting and couldn't resist attending. His great-great-greatgrandfather, Silas M. Moseley, is buried on the island and he had never visited the grave. Henson, a Civil War history buff, said the Illinois facility is different from others he has visited.


"Here, you've got individually marked graves," Henson said, "and that, for me, made this a very emotional day. In other cemeteries I've visited, there were mass graves because all the bodies were just dumped together, or whatever."


Anderson said the Arsenal Island facility draws history buffs and occasionally curious relatives interested in genealogy.


"You can't help but be moved by seeing 1,950 graves one after another, side by side," Anderson said. "As you read the history, you learn more and gain a lot of respect for the dead."



[S1985]


                                                        _John? James? PURL ________+
                                                       | (1730 - ....) m 1760      
                                  _Hezekiah PURL ______|
                                 | (1788 - 1851) m 1814|
                                 |                     |_ CUNNINGHAM ______________+
                                 |                       (1730 - ....) m 1760      
 _Uriah Martin " Urie " PURL Sr._|
| (1820 - ....) m 1840           |
|                                |                      _Robert Robin ESTES _______+
|                                |                     | (1748 - 1822) m 1774      
|                                |_Sarah ESTES ________|
|                                  (1788 - 1860) m 1814|
|                                                      |_Oney or Eunice HARRIS ____
|                                                        (1752 - 1816) m 1774      
|
|--Hezekiah PURL 
|  (1841 - 1865)
|                                                       _John KELSAY ______________+
|                                                      | (1769 - 1834) m 1790      
|                                 _Hugh Band KELSAY ___|
|                                | (1791 - 1867) m 1810|
|                                |                     |_Margaret "Peggy" HARSHAY _
|                                |                       (1779 - ....) m 1790      
|_Mahala KELSAY _________________|
  (1822 - 1895) m 1840           |
                                 |                      _William WILSON ___________
                                 |                     | (1760 - ....)             
                                 |_Julia Ann WILSON ___|
                                   (1788 - 1873) m 1810|
                                                       |_Elizabeth WISHERT ________
                                                         (1760 - ....)             

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[S1823]

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James S. PURL Sr.

ABT 1814 - bet 15 Sep 1840-Feb 1841

ID Number: I448

  • RESIDENCE: Bayou Sara, West Feliciana, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1814
  • DEATH: bet 15 Sep 1840-Feb 1841, Intestate In West Feliciana, LA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S892] [S1166] [S1885]
Father: Seth PURL I


Family 1 : Parmelia GARNHART
  1.  James S. PURL Jr.

Notes


1840 Census - West Feliciana Parish, LA 704/130 Page 210: Purl, James 2m under 5; 1m 5-10; 1m 15-20; 1m 20-30; 1f 20-30. Died intestate between Sep 1840 and Feb 1841, records at St. Francisville, LA show his residence was about six miles above the mouth of Bayou Sara on the Mississippi River in W. Feliciana Parish, LA bounded by Seth W. Purl.. A slave, Dick, was bought at probate sale for $480 by Seth W. Purl.


Probate sale advertised in the St. Francisville "La Chronicle". Some of the papers pertaining to the estate were signed by Parmelia Purl and W. M. Rankin. In 1841 Permelia Purl was appointed tutor (guardian) of James S. Purl, minor.,


Parmelia was probably the 2nd wife. After his death, the family meeting was held 27 April, 1841. Claims were made by Joseph Purl, who claimed the amount of 5 notes drawn by James S. Purl. Seth W. Purl claimed the amount of a note drawn by James Purl on 15 Sep 1840.


1840 PURL JAMES Wfeliciana p. LA 210 No Township Listed Federal Population Schedule LA 1840 Federal Census Index LAS4a2114019



[S11] [S1885] [S1885]


                                                  _John? James? PURL __+
                                                 | (1730 - ....) m 1760
                       _John Cunningham PURL Sr._|
                      | (1763 - 1824)            |
                      |                          |_ CUNNINGHAM ________+
                      |                            (1730 - ....) m 1760
 _Seth PURL I_________|
| (1780 - ....)       |
|                     |                           _____________________
|                     |                          |                     
|                     |_ WOODS? _________________|
|                       (1760 - ....)            |
|                                                |_____________________
|                                                                      
|
|--James S. PURL Sr.
|  (1814 - ....)
|                                                 _____________________
|                                                |                     
|                      __________________________|
|                     |                          |
|                     |                          |_____________________
|                     |                                                
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                           _____________________
                      |                          |                     
                      |__________________________|
                                                 |
                                                 |_____________________
                                                                       

Sources

[S11]

[S892]

[S1166]

[S1885]

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MURDOCK (Murdach) STEWART 2nd Duke of Albany

1362 - 25 May 1425

ID Number: I57192

  • OCCUPATION: Regent of Scotland; 11th Earl of Menteith
  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: 1362
  • DEATH: 25 May 1425, beheaded following the restoration of King James I
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2094] [S2119] [S2844] [S3173]
Father: ROBERT of Fife STEWART 1st Duke of Albany
Mother: MARGARET GRAHAM Countess of Menteith


Family 1 : ISABEL (Duncan) LENNOX of Lennox
  1.  ROBERT STEWART Master of Fife
  2. +WALTER STEWART Master of Fife
  3.  ALEXANDER STEWART Knt.
  4. +JAMES "the Gross" STEWART 1st of Baldorran
  5. +ISOBEL STEWART
  6.  Daughter of MURDAC STEWART

Notes


1. Murdach Stewart, 2nd Duke of Albany, Earl of Fife and Menteith (b c1362, d 25.05.1425) Murdach and 2 of his sons (and others, including the Earl of Lennox) were beheaded following the restoration of King James I who felt that his imprisonment in England had been deliberately delayed by the Duke and in any event was keen to reduce the power of this family which had grown signficantly during the regency of the 1st Duke. m. Isabel, Countess of Lennox (d c1458, dau of Sir Duncan, 8th Earl of Lennox)


"Earl of Lennox acceeded upon the death of his father-in-law sometime between 1391 and 1419. Succeeded his father in 1419 as regent of Scotland. Beheaded in May 1425.
Children
Robert Stewart d. 1421
Walter Stewart beheaded in 1425
Alexander Stewart beheaded in 1425
James Stewart"


[S3173] [S2119]


                                                                                         _WALTER ALLAN STEWART High Steward Scotland__+
                                                                                        | (1293 - 1326) m 1315                        
                                             _ROBERT BRUCE II STEWART of Scotland_______|
                                            | (1316 - 1390)                             |
                                            |                                           |_MARJORIE de BRUCE of Scotland_______________+
                                            |                                             (1297 - 1316) m 1315                        
 _ROBERT of Fife STEWART 1st Duke of Albany_|
| (1339 - 1420)                             |
|                                           |                                            _ADAM MURE of Rowallan_______________________+
|                                           |                                           | (1280 - 1332)                               
|                                           |_ELIZABETH MURE of Rowallan________________|
|                                             (1318 - 1355)                             |
|                                                                                       |_JANET (Jonet) MURE of Polkellie_____________+
|                                                                                         (1300 - ....)                               
|
|--MURDOCK (Murdach) STEWART 2nd Duke of Albany
|  (1362 - 1425)
|                                                                                        _NICHOLAS de GRAHAM of Dalkeith and Abercorn_
|                                                                                       | (1240 - 1304) m 1269                        
|                                            _JOHN GRAHAM of Abercorn___________________|
|                                           | (.... - 1346) m 1334                      |
|                                           |                                           |_MARIA de STRATHEARN of Strathearn___________+
|                                           |                                             (1248 - 1316) m 1269                        
|_MARGARET GRAHAM Countess of Menteith______|
  (1334 - 1380)                             |
                                            |                                            _ALAN MENTEITH\MENTETH 7th Earl of Menteth___+
                                            |                                           | (.... - 1308)                               
                                            |_MARY MENTEITH\MENTETH Countess of Menteth_|
                                              (.... - 1346) m 1334                      |
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Samuel UNDERWOOD

ABT 1656 - 1722

ID Number: I82396

  • RESIDENCE: Anne Arundel Co. MD and 1693 New Castle, DE
  • BIRTH: ABT 1656, Anne Arundel Co. Maryland
  • DEATH: 1722, New Castle, Delaware
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3086]
Father: Thomas UNDERWOOD "the Immigrant"


Family 1 : Mary Ann WILCOX
  1.  Alexander UNDERWOOD
  2.  Elizabeth UNDERWOOD

Notes


"Samuel Underwood owned 22 1/2 acres by Sept. 29, 1682. He sold 50 acres of land, known as "Middle Neck" originally belonging to his father, Thomas Underwood on Mar. 24, 1683 to his brother-in-law. He purchased land from Samuel Matson six years later. He and wife, Mary, sold 300 acres to Nicholas Rogers in 1689. He had land surveyed and patented to him from John Grigg on the 12th mo 18 1692-3, that he had apparently owned since 1685.


(C-636) This might have been in preparation for a move as he and his family left for New Castle, Delaware about 1693 onto 150 acres. He is on record as paying taxes in that year in New Castle. He bought 250 acres of land in what is now London Grove, Pennsylvania on March 14, 1722. This was land he never moved to, but willed to his sons. His will, made in 1722, is on file in Wilmington, Delaware. It is provided as follows in Lucien Marcus Underwood's "Notes from the Underwood Families of America" (C-2266)


"The Last Will and Testimoney of Samuell Underwood, Sen of the County of New Castell upon Delaware he being at this presents in god sense and memory I doe by these presents revock all forme wills and testimonies whatsover desiring that my body be desently intered and commit my soule unto god that have it.


Item I give to my well beloved wife the third of my personall estate and also my lodgin room at her command during her widowhood.


Item I give unto my son Joseph Underwood the remaining part of my land which is a hundred and eleven ackers with all the plantation I now live upon.


Item I give unto my son Bengemen Underwood one hundred and fifty ackers of land in Chester County and in the London track to be laid out at the north end of that tract containing two hundred and fifty ackers of land.


Item I give unto my two sons Alexander Underwood and Thomas Underwood all the remaining part of the above tract they dividing it between then as they think good.


Item I give unto my daughter Elizabeth Harres one two year owld hefer.


Item I give unto my son Joseph Underwood one Iron gray horse about five years owld.


Item I leave my two sons Joseph Underwood and Bengemen Underwood to be my sole Executors of this my last will and testimony either in land or equity and when all my just debts and legasies be paid the remaining part of my Esteat I leave unto them they to divide it equally between them in witnes eleventh day of June in the year 1722.
Samuel Undewood Signe
sealled in the presents of us Thomas Hollingsworth Christopher Wilson Walter Clark


This Samuel's wife Mary was probably Mary Ann Wilcox as in CD-102.


This Delaware Underwood family has left descendents in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina and throughout the west."


"Will, 11 Jun 1722, , New Castle Co., DE, USA. 10 In his will he gave 1/3 of his personal estate to his wife and her use of his login room at her demand.
To son Samuel went 50 acres of land where he then lived.
To son Joseph, he gave the remaining 111 acres of the plantation where he lived and it's improvements along with one five year old iron gray horse.
To son Benjamin went 150 acres in London Grove, Chester Co., Pa.


To son Alexander and Thomas, he gave the last 100 acres in London Grove.
To daughter, Elizabeth Harres (Harris), he gave one two year old hefer.
Benjamin and Joseph were his executors. (C-437, p. 94)


Probate, 18 Feb 1723, Wilmington, New Castle, DE, USA."


Src:
1 Robert Jesse Harry, The Ancestors and Descendants of Hugh Harry and Elizabeth Brinton ID#: C-437.


2 Billie Redding Lewis, Thomas Underwood 1650 Immigrant, His Descendants and their Families, (unpublished, 1993 (copy of the book in possession of Linda Coate Dudick)) ID#: C-635.


3 Robert J. Harry, Harry Herald Vol. 3, #12 June, 1987 ID#: C-749-754.


[S3086]


                                                                        __
                                                                       |  
                                    _William UNDERWOOD "the Immigrant"_|
                                   | (1595 - 1645) m 1620              |
                                   |                                   |__
                                   |                                      
 _Thomas UNDERWOOD "the Immigrant"_|
| (1622 - 1683)                    |
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|                                  |                                   |  
|                                  |_Margaret__________________________|
|                                    (1600 - 1673) m 1620              |
|                                                                      |__
|                                                                         
|
|--Samuel UNDERWOOD 
|  (1656 - 1722)
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Susan WHITEHEAD

ABT 1575 - ____

ID Number: I91679

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1575
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3401]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) WHITEHEAD


Family 1 : THOMAS LEFTWICH
  1. +RALPH LEFTWICH Sr.

Notes


or Katherine Hanford (Wife) b. 1600


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|--Susan WHITEHEAD 
|  (1575 - ....)
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