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Joshua CHERRY

15 Feb 1761 - 1 Jun 1840

ID Number: I28910

  • OCCUPATION: Rev War Soldier
  • RESIDENCE: Martin Co. NC and Bedford Co. TN and 1835 To Marengo Co. AL
  • BIRTH: 15 Feb 1761, About In Martin Co. North Carolina [New Bern,Craven Co.,NC] [148165]
  • DEATH: 1 Jun 1840, Marengo Co. Alabama
  • BURIAL: Dayton Cemetary Marengo Co. Alabama
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1113] [S3533]
Father: Job CHERRY Jr.
Mother: Julia Or Abbie VINTER


Family 1 : Martha R. KEENE
  1.  Turner CHERRY
  2.   CHERRY
  3.  Harry CHERRY
  4. +Margaret "Peggy" CHERRY
  5.  Ezekial CHERRY
  6.  Henry CHERRY
  7. +Jared William CHERRY

Notes


This 6th day of August 1832, personally appeared before me, James Billington, one of the acting Justices of The Peace in and for said county and state afford said,Tennessee,aged 71 years seventy one years,being first duly sworn and according to the law,doth on his oath, make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress passed June 7th 1832. That he entered service of the United States under the following officers and served herein stated.This deponent states that according to the document he received from his father's family record, he was born in the year of 1761, February 15, in the State of North Carolina, Martin County and in the same County, about the age of 17, seventeen, he enlisted in the United States as a soldier and served under Captain Francis Chiles and Lieutenant James Tatum, Regular Officers in the Third North Carolina regiment commanded by Colonel James Hogan.They rendezvoused at Petersburg in Virginia.They marched through the states of New York, went up the North River and built a Fort at West Pointe called Putman's. Rode out from thence to Philadelphia where we wintered and where his time expired. He was then placed on board a vessel, brought back to Virginia, Suffolk, then to North Carolina, Halifax, where he was discharged, but states his discharge he cannot produce, but he knows he enlisted for nine months but served twelve before he was discharged, which he thinks will be found on the roll. This deponent further declares that in the year 1780, he entered the service again as a substitute in the Miltia Line in the place of a certain James Cattenhead of Pitt Co., NC, for the term of threee months, he was first under Captain Shoot, then under Captain Samuel Dudley and under his three months tour, under Captain White and received his discharge which he cannot produce. The above Militia Companies belonged to the Third Regiment of North Carolina Militia from Charlestown but it was said we got within forty miles of that place when it was taken.The deponent further states that in the same year, the fall season, he entered the Service as a substitute for Benjamin Russels, who was drafted in the same County of Martin, North Carolina, for three(3) months and served the tour under Captain John Bullard and Leiutenant Issah Kennedy in a regiment commanded by Colonel Branch, under General A.Jones, in this tour he states we marched to the upper part of the State of North Carolina and ended this tour in the State and obtained his discharge which the wrecks of time,as in the other tours, has placed out of his power to produce. But further declares that some few years past, he thinks he could have obtained witnesses to have proven his actual service for the above tours but now believes they are all dead.One particular witness was Major James Tatum who died a few years ago in the Town of Nashville Tennessee.
He hereby reliquishes every claim whatever to a Pension or annuity except the present and declares that his name is not on the Pesion Roll of the agency of any State.


Sworn to and subscribed the day and year of foresaid.
J. Billington,J.P.
Joshua (X) Cherry
We, James Y. Green, a clergyman residing in the County of Bedford and State of Tennessee and Hugh McClein [Mc Clellan] residing in the same,hereby certify that we are well aquainted with.....[incomplete.......


Application by Joshua Cherry for a transfer of his pension from Tennessee to North Alabama.
The State of Alabama
County of Morengo
On the sixth day of September in the year of 1838, before me,the subscriber, a Justice of the Peace for the said County of Morengo, personally appeared Joshua Cherry, who on his oath declares that he is the same person who formally belonged to the Company commanded by Captain Francis Chiles in the Regiment commanded by Colonel Hogan [he believes , James Hogan] in the service of the United States,that his name was placed on the Pension Roll of Tennessee from whence he has lately removed, that he now resides in the State of Alabama where he intends to remain and wishes his Pension to be made payable in future.The following are his reasons for removing from Bedford County,Tennessee to Morengo County in the State of Alabama, his son Jared W.Cherry had previously removed to Alabama and with a view of living with or near his son and of bettering his condition and improving his health by living in a southern climate, he removed to Alabama in the summer of 1835.


Sworn and subscribed to and before me the day and year aforesaid.
Joshua (X) Cherry
T.J. McFarland,J.P.


Research: Thanks to Judy jesg1998@yahoo.com 5/16/1999 Sunday


Joshua Cherry was born in Martin Co., NC.He enlisted in the revolutionary War in Pitt Co., NC when he was 17 years old. Joshua apllied for his pension in Bedford Co.TN [Now Marshall Co.][Shelbyville Area] in July of 1833.The PO address was Chapel Hill,TN [which is now Bedford County] He moved to Marengo Co.,Ala.in the summer of 1835 to live with his son, Jared. Joshua apparently moved from Pitt & Martin Cos. NC to Bedford County TN[possibly because Martha had family in Sumner Co.]Caldwell KY [maybe because his brother lived there],and eventaully back to Bedford County TN. From there to Marengo County Ala.
he was brought to Marengo County by his son-in-law Thomas Small. He lived with his son, Jared.He is probably buried in Marengo County Ala., probably Dayton Cemetary.


Doument: #1 Revolutionary War Claim
Name:Rank:State Served:
JOSHUA CHERRY Pvt. North Carolina
Born 15 February 1761 in Martin County,North Carolina, died after 1840 in Marengo Co AL.


GSA: Joshua Cherry, S32.174
Claim Number 13,997 West Tennessee, Joshua Cherry of Bedford County in the State of Tennessee, who was a Private in the company commanded by Captain Chiles of the Regiment commanded by Colonel Hogan in the North Carolina Line for one year and six months. Inscribed on the Roll of West Tennessee at the rate of 60 dollars--no cents paer annum to commence on the 4th day of March 1831.
Certificate of Pension issued on the 20th day of July 1833 and sent to Jas. McKisisk, Shelbyville. Arrears to the 4th of March $120
Semi-1nl allowance ending 4 Sept. $30.
$150 recorded by Dan'l Boyd,CL. revolutionary Claim Book E Vol. 17 Page 74 Act June7,1838-11 January 1839 Declaration State of Tennesse Bedford County.


Place of birth also given as Halifax, Martin or Tyrrell Counties, NC.
1. 1840 census - Marengo Co., AL.
2. Records of Angie Collier, gunner@totacc.com [d.o.b. 5 Feb 1769] [father - Jesse CHERRY; mother Julia].
3. IGI.
4. Ancestral File.



[148165]
Alt: 5 Feb 1769


                                                _Thomas CHERRY ______+
                                               | (1660 - 1748)       
                          _Jeremiah CHERRY ____|
                         | (1706 - 1775)       |
                         |                     |_Sarah WILSON _______+
                         |                       (1680 - ....)       
 _Job CHERRY Jr._________|
| (1725 - 1814) m 1754   |
|                        |                      _____________________
|                        |                     |                     
|                        |_Mary FERBEE ________|
|                          (1710 - ....)       |
|                                              |_____________________
|                                                                    
|
|--Joshua CHERRY 
|  (1761 - 1840)
|                                               _____________________
|                                              |                     
|                         _____________________|
|                        |                     |
|                        |                     |_____________________
|                        |                                           
|_Julia Or Abbie VINTER _|
  (1736 - 1814) m 1754   |
                         |                      _____________________
                         |                     |                     
                         |_____________________|
                                               |
                                               |_____________________
                                                                     

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[S1113]

[S3533]


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Lucy CRUBBS

ABT 1810 - by 1837

ID Number: I82639

  • RESIDENCE: Estill Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1810
  • DEATH: by 1837
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3088]

Family 1 : Thomas Greene ERWIN (ARVIN) (ERVINE)
  1.  Jane ERWIN (ARVIN) (ERVINE)

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Pamela DAVIS


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ROBERT I de FERRERS

ABT 1062 - 1139

ID Number: I66718

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1062, Derby, England
  • DEATH: 1139
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1994]

Family 1 : HAWISE de VITRE
  1. +Daughter of Robert de FERRIERES
  2. +ROBERT de FERRERS

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[S1994]


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Sir ADRIAN FORTESCUE of Salden, Knt.

1476 - 10 Jul 1539

ID Number: I101909

  • TITLE: Sir
  • OCCUPATION: Knight of St. John, justice of the peace for Oxford, martyr
  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: 1476, Punsborne, England
  • DEATH: 10 Jul 1539, Beheaded, Tower Hill, London, England
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes [S1877]
Father: JOHN FORTESCUE of Salden, Knt.
Mother: ELIZABETH (ALICE) BOLEYN


Family 1 : ANNE STONOR
  1.  MARGARET FORTESCUE

Notes


"Born ABT 1476, Punsborne, Knight of St. John, justice of the peace for Oxford, martyr, belonged to the Salden branch of the great Devonshire family of Fortescue, he was a descendant of Richard the Strong, shield bearer of William the Conqueror, who gave to his family his surname - le Fort-Escu: "the Strong Shield" - and his devise: "Forte scutum salus ducum". His father, who had followed Richmond to Paris and had landed and fought with him, became the king's stewart when Henry VII succeeded to the throne.


When Henry VIII, then still Prince of Wales, was made a Knight in 1503, a few young gentlemen shared that honour with him; Adrian Fortescue was one of them. A true country gentleman of the period, Adrian Fortescue followed Henry to Calais, in Jun 1513, in the enterprise against Louis XII of France concerning the region of Milan. Not unfrequently attending the court, and at other times acting as justice of the peace or commissioner for subsidies.


He attended the Field of the Cloth of Gold (1520); he was charged with guarding Queen Catalina of Aragon. In 1522, he fought under the Earl of Surrey in Picardy. In 1523, he took part in the capture of Bray and of Montdidier, under the command of the Duke of Suffolk. These activities had not kept him from marrying Anne Stonor (1499) and from becoming a widower. It does seem that he had finished his military career when, though no longer young, he married Anne Reade (1530).


When Anne Boleyn became Queen, Sir Adrian (whose mother, Elizabeth (Alice) Boleyn, was Anne's grand-aunt) naturally profited to some extent, but, as we see from his papers, not very much. The foundations of his worldly fortunes had been laid honourably at an eartier date. He was a serious thrifty man pains-taking in business, careful in accounts, and a lover of the homely wit of that day. He collected and signed several lists of proverbs and wise saws, which, though not very brilliant, are never offensive or coarse, always sane, and sometimes rise to a high moral or religious level. Late in life (1532) became a Knight of St. John of Jerusalem, which opposed the religious errors of the King of England.


Adrian Fortescue thus drew the lightning. All the property that the Order had in England had just been seized. Without considering the military services rendered by the pacification and policing of the Mediterranean Sea, Henry VlII destroyed as much as he could of a maritime power which dared to condemn his fancies. As a consequence, the members of the Order were not welcome at court. Although he had no office, Adrian was asked to take the Oath of Succession. Had this demand been dictated by some attitude of the Knight's who may have approved of John Fisher and Thomas More, who had been imprisoned for having refused to take that oath? Whatever may be the case, Sir Adrian was taken to Woodstock where he was questioned. Then he was removed by boat as far as Southwark here he was lodged in the prison of Marshalsea 29 Aug 1534.


The King gave the castle of Stonor, a part of the inheritance of Anne Stonor, to her brother, Sir Walter Stonor. Sir Adrian's imprisonment grew long. No doubt Thomas Cromwell wished to take time to strengthen his power; he was keeping in check a possible leader of the opposition and of the resistance. Then, for no apparent reason, our Knight was released.


All of a sudden this quiet, worthy gentleman was overwhelmed by some unexplained whim of the Tudor tyrant. On 3 Feb 1539, when he refused to take the Oath of Supremacy supporting Henry VIII' s separation for Rome, he was arrested a second time and sent to the Tower. On the 18, an inventory was drawn up of all his real and personal possessions, in London and in the country, and they were declared seized by the Crown.


There was no trial, or at least no traces of it are to be found. To condemn with certainty those whom he wanted to eliminate, Cromwell had revived the Bill of Attainder of 1459 and applied it to the Catholics, "enemies of the throne"; their property was confiscated to "pay for the insult". On the same day and under the accusation of having incited the people against the King, we find with Fortescue the Countess of Salisbury, first cousin of the mother of Henry VIII and mother of Reginald Cardinal Pole, the Marchioness of Exeter, Sir Thomas Dingaly, a Knight of Malta, and 12 other persons, priests and laymen.


In Apr he was condemned untried by an act of attainder; in Jul he was beheaded along with Thomas Dinglay, at Tower Hill, London. No specific act of treason was alleged against him, but only in general "sedition and refusing allegiance". The attainder, however, went on to decree death against Cardinal Pole and several others because they "adhered themselves to the Bishop of Rome". Catholic tradition was always held that Sir Adrian died for the same cause, and modern Protestant critics have come to the same conclusion. His cultus has always flourished among the Knights of St. John, and he was beatified by Leo XIII in 1895."


Children:
1. Margaret FORTESCUE (B. Wentworth of Nettlestead)
2. Frances FORTESCUE


Married 2: Anne READE (dau. of Sir William Reade and Anne Wantham)
3. John FORTESCUE of Salden (Sir Chancellor of the Exchequer)
4. Thomas FORTESCUE (d. AFT 1601)
5. Elizabeth FORTESCUE
6. Anthony FORTESCUE (Sir)
7. Edward FORTESCUE


                                                                         _________________________________
                                                                        |                                 
                                  ______________________________________|
                                 |                                      |
                                 |                                      |_________________________________
                                 |                                                                        
 _JOHN FORTESCUE of Salden, Knt._|
| (1434 - ....)                  |
|                                |                                       _________________________________
|                                |                                      |                                 
|                                |______________________________________|
|                                                                       |
|                                                                       |_________________________________
|                                                                                                         
|
|--ADRIAN FORTESCUE of Salden, Knt.
|  (1476 - 1539)
|                                                                        _GEOFFREY BOLEYN of Salle________+
|                                                                       | (.... - 1440)                   
|                                 _GEOFFREY BOLEYN Lord Mayor of London_|
|                                | (1406 - 1450) m 1425                 |
|                                |                                      |_________________________________
|                                |                                                                        
|_ELIZABETH (ALICE) BOLEYN ______|
                                 |
                                 |                                       _THOMAS HOO 1st of Hoo Knt. K.G._+
                                 |                                      | (1396 - 1454) m 1428            
                                 |_ANNE (Hastings) de HOO ______________|
                                   (1410 - 1484) m 1425                 |
                                                                        |_ELIZABETH de ECHINGHAM of Hoo___
                                                                          (1378 - ....) m 1428            

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Sarah MORGAN

ABT 1672 - ____

ID Number: I61351

  • RESIDENCE: Gloucester Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1672, of York Co. Virginia [300148] [S1956]
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: MVCB-XR) [S1956]
Father: Francis MORGAN


Family 1 : Thomas BUCKNER Sr.
  1. +Thomas BUCKNER Jr.
  2.  Francis BUCKNER
  3. +Ann BUCKNER
  4.  Sarah Morgan BUCKNER

Notes


LDS shows birth abt 1756, York Co. VA. Sarah MORGAN (AFN:MVCB-XR).

[300148]
LDS birth Abt 1656 York Co.Virginia


                                                        _(RESEARCH QUERY) MORGAN of VA NC TN KY_+
                                                       |                                        
                       _Francis MORGAN "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1600 - 1657)                  |
                      |                                |________________________________________
                      |                                                                         
 _Francis MORGAN _____|
| (1628 - ....)       |
|                     |                                 ________________________________________
|                     |                                |                                        
|                     |________________________________|
|                                                      |
|                                                      |________________________________________
|                                                                                               
|
|--Sarah MORGAN 
|  (1672 - ....)
|                                                       ________________________________________
|                                                      |                                        
|                      ________________________________|
|                     |                                |
|                     |                                |________________________________________
|                     |                                                                         
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                                 ________________________________________
                      |                                |                                        
                      |________________________________|
                                                       |
                                                       |________________________________________
                                                                                                

Sources

[S1956]

[S1956]


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Anna Pierce PENDLETON

ABT 1850 - young

ID Number: I57435

  • RESIDENCE: of Cincinnati, OH
  • BIRTH: ABT 1850
  • DEATH: young
  • RESOURCES: See: [S757]
Father: Eliott Hunt PENDLETON I
Mother: Emma GAYLORD



                                                        _Nathaniel PENDLETON Jr._+
                                                       | (1756 - 1821) m 1785    
                           _Nathaniel Green PENDLETON _|
                          | (1793 - 1861) m 1820       |
                          |                            |_Susan BARD _____________+
                          |                              (1760 - ....) m 1785    
 _Eliott Hunt PENDLETON I_|
| (1828 - 1892)           |
|                         |                             _Jesse HUNT _____________
|                         |                            | (1780 - ....)           
|                         |_Jane Frances HUNT _________|
|                           (1802 - 1839) m 1820       |
|                                                      |_________________________
|                                                                                
|
|--Anna Pierce PENDLETON 
|  (1850 - ....)
|                                                       _________________________
|                                                      |                         
|                          ____________________________|
|                         |                            |
|                         |                            |_________________________
|                         |                                                      
|_Emma GAYLORD ___________|
  (1830 - ....)           |
                          |                             _________________________
                          |                            |                         
                          |____________________________|
                                                       |
                                                       |_________________________
                                                                                 

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David Edmund PENN

1869 - 4 Jun 1950

ID Number: I18739

  • RESIDENCE: Lincoln (Now Casey) Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1869, Kentucky
  • DEATH: 4 Jun 1950
  • RESOURCES: See: [S598] [S1970] [S2047]
Father: Gabriel Jackson "Jack" PENN
Mother: Cynthia CONDOR


Family 1 : Erie Delena DEVER

Notes


1880 Census: David E. PENN Son S Male W 10 KY Labors On Farm VA KY

                                                      _Philip PENN ________+
                                                     | (1739 - 1802) m 1762
                                _Wilson PENN ________|
                               | (1776 - 1850) m 1796|
                               |                     |_Martha CRUTCHER ____+
                               |                       (1745 - 1802) m 1762
 _Gabriel Jackson "Jack" PENN _|
| (1815 - 1889) m 1847         |
|                              |                      _Joel CHITWOOD ______+
|                              |                     | (1750 - 1820) m 1779
|                              |_Sarah CHITWOOD _____|
|                                (1783 - ....) m 1796|
|                                                    |_Sarah CANTRELL _____
|                                                      (1750 - ....) m 1779
|
|--David Edmund PENN 
|  (1869 - 1950)
|                                                     _____________________
|                                                    |                     
|                               _____________________|
|                              |                     |
|                              |                     |_____________________
|                              |                                           
|_Cynthia CONDOR ______________|
  (1830 - 1916) m 1847         |
                               |                      _____________________
                               |                     |                     
                               |_____________________|
                                                     |
                                                     |_____________________
                                                                           

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[S598]

[S1970]

[S2047]


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Andrew Lewis ROGERS Jr. C.S.A.

27 May 1817 - 5 Mar 1875

ID Number: I92810

  • RESIDENCE: OH and McMin Co. TN and Cherokee Nation in 1871 Fort Gibson, OK
  • OCCUPATION: CSA
  • BIRTH: 27 May 1817, Muskingum, Ohio
  • DEATH: 5 Mar 1875, Ft Gibson, Muskogee, Oklahoma
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3225]

Family 1 : Cherokee America MORGAN C.S.A.

Notes


Children:
Connell Rogers, Sr. b. 19 Sep 1850 in McMinn, Tennessee
Fanny Morgan Rogers b. 1852
Lucy Morgan Rogers b. 6 Jul 1857
Andrew Lewis Rogers, III b. 1860
John Otto Rogers b. About. 1862
Hugh Morgan Rogers b. 1863
Paul Sevier Rogers b. 22 Oct 1866
Clifford Rogers b. 1 Sep 1873

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[S3225]


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Iowa SCOTT

ABT 1838 - 2 May 1921

ID Number: I11002

Father: Alexander SCOTT
Mother: Sarah ALLEN


Family 1 : Johnston Franklin MCKNEELY Sr.
  1.  Infant MCKNEELY
  2. +Johnston Franklin MCKNEELY Jr.
  3.  Marion E. MCKNEELY
  4. +Samuel Gustavus MCKNEELY
  5.  Alexander Scott MCKNEELY
  6.  Henry A. MCKNEELY

Notes


2nd wife

                                             _John SCOTT I "the Immigrant"_+
                                            | (1665 - 1749)                
                       _John SCOTT II_______|
                      | (1740 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_Margaret DICK _______________+
                      |                       (1700 - 1749)                
 _Alexander SCOTT ____|
| (1782 - 1850)       |
|                     |                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) MCCANTS ____
|                     |                     |                              
|                     |_Jannet MCCANTS _____|
|                       (1740 - ....)       |
|                                           |______________________________
|                                                                          
|
|--Iowa SCOTT 
|  (1838 - 1921)
|                                            ______________________________
|                                           |                              
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |______________________________
|                     |                                                    
|_Sarah ALLEN ________|
  (1785 - 1850)       |
                      |                      ______________________________
                      |                     |                              
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |______________________________
                                                                           

Sources

[S11]

[S412]

[S709]

[S1009]

[S1977]


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James TERRELL

1707 - Apr 1772

ID Number: I44831

  • OCCUPATION: Planter, St. Margarets Parish, Caroline, VA
  • RESIDENCE: New Kent and Caroline Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 1707, New Kent Co. VA
  • DEATH: Apr 1772, Caroline Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1503] [S1819] [S1990] [S2332]
Father: William A. TERRELL Sr.
Mother: Susanna WATERS


Family 1 : Margaret WATKINS
  1. +William TERRELL

Notes


"Will located in 1994 among the Miscellaneous Papers of Cumberland County's "County & Superior Courts, 1760-1850", at the Library of Virginnia. This document provides proof of the sons of James Terrell and identifies, for the first time, his daughters." Will dated 18 Oct 1766, proved 13 Dec 1778. Leaves to wife Margaret, and children: William, Mary Herndon, James, Betty Newton, Patty Hord, John, Dudley, Jonathan, dau Neffe. Ex: Son in Law Thomas Hord and son James Terrell.


Also owned lands in Cumberland Co., VA. See his will - spelled Terrill in his will, Will in Vol 33 (1995) VA Mag of Gen for Caroline Co. [S1819] [S2332]


                                                               _Robert TERRELL of Reading_+
                                                              | (1592 - 1643) m 1617      
                          _Richmond TERRELL I "the Immigrant"_|
                         | (1624 - 1677) m 1649               |
                         |                                    |_Jane BALDWIN _____________+
                         |                                      (1603 - 1661) m 1617      
 _William A. TERRELL Sr._|
| (1660 - 1743) m 1685   |
|                        |                                     ___________________________
|                        |                                    |                           
|                        |_Elizabeth WATERS? _________________|
|                          (1631 - ....) m 1649               |
|                                                             |___________________________
|                                                                                         
|
|--James TERRELL 
|  (1707 - 1772)
|                                                              _John WATERS ______________
|                                                             | (1590 - ....)             
|                         _Samuel WATERS _____________________|
|                        | (1617 - 1665) m 1639               |
|                        |                                    |_Alice GETLANDE ___________
|                        |                                      (1592 - ....)             
|_Susanna WATERS ________|
  (1667 - 1734) m 1685   |
                         |                                     ___________________________
                         |                                    |                           
                         |_Ann LLOYD _________________________|
                           (1619 - 1700) m 1639               |
                                                              |___________________________
                                                                                          

Sources

[S1503]

[S1819]

[S1990]

[S2332]

[S1819]

[S2332]


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