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Elizabeth CARY

ABT 1653 - ____

ID Number: I56707

  • RESIDENCE: Warwick Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1653
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2066]
Father: Miles CARY Esq. "the Immigrant"
Mother: Anne TAYLOR


Notes


Married Emanuel Willis.

                                                                     _William CARY _________________+
                                                                    | (1550 - 1632) m 1572          
                                   _John CARY of Bristol, England___|
                                  | (1583 - 1661) m 1617            |
                                  |                                 |_Elizabeth (or Alice) GOODALE _
                                  |                                   (1550 - 1623) m 1572          
 _Miles CARY Esq. "the Immigrant"_|
| (1622 - 1667) m 1645            |
|                                 |                                  _Henry HOBSON _________________
|                                 |                                 | (1565 - 1635)                 
|                                 |_Alice HOBSON ___________________|
|                                   (1595 - 1635) m 1617            |
|                                                                   |_Alice DAVIS __________________
|                                                                     (1570 - 1634)                 
|
|--Elizabeth CARY 
|  (1653 - ....)
|                                                                    _______________________________
|                                                                   |                               
|                                  _Thomas TAYLOR of "Magpy Swamps"_|
|                                 | (1600 - ....)                   |
|                                 |                                 |_______________________________
|                                 |                                                                 
|_Anne TAYLOR ____________________|
  (1621 - 1656) m 1645            |
                                  |                                  _______________________________
                                  |                                 |                               
                                  |_________________________________|
                                                                    |
                                                                    |_______________________________
                                                                                                    

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Blakely HIGGINBOTHAM

ABT 1785 - 1845

ID Number: I12644

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA and Elbert Co. GA and Wilcox Co. AL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1785, Amherst Co. VA
  • DEATH: 1845, Wilcox Co. AL
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S398] [S453] [S2900]
Father: Samuel HIGGINBOTHAM
Mother: Jane SATTERWHITE


Family 1 : Mary FISHER
  1. +James Russel HIGGINBOTHAM
  2.  George Washington HIGGINBOTHAM

Notes


CONFLICT or ERROR in ref 2900 research: shows m. Tabitha Oliver 10 Jan 1811 G.; I have her as m. Bartley C. Higginbotham see ID 15859 an 15860.


Will probated 25 Aug 1845, Wilcox Co. AL. There were ten children born, 5 sons and 5 daughters.


He married first ca 1810, wife's name unknown.


1820 Census Wilcox Co., AL
Blakely Higginbotham M aft 1790
1 Female aft 1790
1 Male bef 1820
5 slaves





[S453]


                                                _John? HIGGINBOTHAM _________________+
                                               | (1694 - 1744)                       
                        _Aaron I HIGGINBOTHAM _|
                       | (1720 - 1785) m 1746  |
                       |                       |_WIDOW Higginbotham Frances? RILEY? _+
                       |                         (1696 - 1751)                       
 _Samuel HIGGINBOTHAM _|
| (1745 - 1803) m 1768 |
|                      |                        _Francis GRAVES Jr.__________________+
|                      |                       | (1679 - 1746) m 1699                
|                      |_Clara GRAVES _________|
|                        (1720 - 1780) m 1746  |
|                                              |_Ann REYNOLDS _______________________+
|                                                (1680 - 1758) m 1699                
|
|--Blakely HIGGINBOTHAM 
|  (1785 - 1845)
|                                               _John SATTERWHITE ___________________+
|                                              | (1678 - 1715) m 1698                
|                       _John SATTERWHITE Sr.__|
|                      | (1700 - 1772) m 1725  |
|                      |                       |_Frances_____________________________
|                      |                         (1679 - ....) m 1698                
|_Jane SATTERWHITE ____|
  (1748 - 1842) m 1768 |
                       |                        _Francis GRAVES Jr.__________________+
                       |                       | (1679 - 1746) m 1699                
                       |_Ann GRAVES ___________|
                         (1704 - 1791) m 1725  |
                                               |_Ann REYNOLDS _______________________+
                                                 (1680 - 1758) m 1699                

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[S453]

[S2900]

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Capt. David Scott MCCANTS

18 Nov 1781 - 4 Jan 1864

ID Number: I287

Captain David McCants


  • TITLE: Capt.
  • OCCUPATION: Battle of NO, Jan 1815; Planter, Hickory Hill Plantation
  • RESIDENCE: St. John's Par. Berkeley Co. SC and 1810-E. Feliciana Par. LA
  • BIRTH: 18 Nov 1781, Charleston District , SC
  • DEATH: 4 Jan 1864, Hickory Hill Plantation Near Wilson, LA
  • BURIAL: Scott Cemetery Near Wilson, LA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S198] [S316] [S446] [S540]
Father: Nathaniel MCCANTS
Mother: Elizabeth GOTEA


Family 1 : Jane MCNISH
  1. +Elizabeth MCCANTS
  2.  James Nathaniel MCCANTS
  3. +Ann Caroline MCCANTS
  4. +David Alexander MCCANTS Sr.
Family 2 : Maria Young LIVINGSTON
  1. +Robert Young Livingston MCCANTS C.S.A.
  2.  Anna Maria MCCANTS
  3.  William Scott MCCANTS C.S.A.
  4.  Malvina Imogene MCCANTS
  5. +Valeria Blanche MCCANTS
  6. +Junius Clarence MCCANTS C.S.A.
  7.  Thomas Scott MCCANTS C.S.A.
  8.  Constantia Rafaella MCCANTS
  9. +Wilhelmina Ernestine MCCANTS

Notes


The Charleston Director of 1809 lists David McCants, Planter. David, James, (his father's youngest brother), his cousin Samuel McCants with daughter Jane and two sons Thomas S. and Alexander D. McCants, his nephew James Winter, his cousin Jane McCants and his niece Elizabeth McCants Chaney immigrated to Louisiana from South Carolina by 1810. "Family tradition says that David made the trip by covered wagon, bringing his young family, household good and slaves with him." East Feliciana Parish was created in 1824 when Feliciana Parish, once part of Spanish West Florida, was split into East and West Feliciana Parishes.


David fought with Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans serving as a lieutenant in an East Feliciana Militia Company. The U.S. Daughters of the War of 1812 erected a marker on David's grave in Scott Cemetery.


David built Hickory Hill Plantation about 1812 near Wilson, LA of hickory, ash, hard pine and butternut. The red brick was baked on and wooden pegs were used instead of nails. Hickory Hill survived the Civil War and is described in the "The Writers Program, American Guide Series-Louisiana": "...On the front, four tall white plastered brick columns rise to a fan-lighted pediment. The columns are of the Doric order, the outer ones square and the two center ones round. Both upper and lower galleries are enclosed at each end by a brick wall...". Each of the eight rooms has a fireplace with hand carved mantels. The kitchen, pantries and dining hall were in a separate building reached by a covered walk.


Before David married Maria he settled the estate of his first wife, Jane McNish. this record is filed in Clinton, LA, Notarial Records, book G, p. 25-29. recorded 3/24/1838.


David McCants also maintained a home in New Orleans at 8 Camp & Chestnut in the Garden Dist. where the family usually stayed in the winter months while the children attended school.


1850 E. Feliciana LA Census: F 264 David McCants 69 M SC, Mary 35 F SC, R.L. 10 M La., William 8 M La., M.S. 6 F La., V.B. 5 F La., J.C. 3 M La., Thomas C. 2 M La., E.R.1 F La.


Thursday, October 4th 1839 ---at the residence of Hon. Thos W. Scott by Rev. A.D. Wooldridge, David McCants to Maria Young Livingston.


He was in New Orleans when he made his will on Feb 28, 1856; Recorded in Clinton, East Feliciana Parish, LA, #219, 5th Judicial Court #186-#235 inclusive , and was proved Aug. 16 1865.


"In the name of God Amen. I David McCants of the city of New Orleans do make and publish this my last will and testament in holographic form - hereby revoking any other wills by me maid, viz. (A Holographic Will is one written entirely in the handwriting of the testator. In some jurisdictions, such a Will does not require the usual acknoweldgement before witnesses}.
1st item - that my just debts be paid. 2nd Whereas doubts have been expressed as to the validity of the donations contained in the Marriage Contract with my beloved wife Maria Y. Livingston posed in notarial form 3rd day of October A D 1839 and Whereas I am unwilling that she should lose anything if said instrument should be by any means proved inoperative, Now therefore I do hereby will and bequeath to my wife in lieu of said sum donated to hir in said Marriage Contract - one undivided fifth part of my slaves to be held by hir in full property and ownership and also four lots of ground in the fourth district of New Orleans numbered seventeen, eighteen, nineteen and twenty in square No. eighty and bounded by eight Camp and Chestnut Streets with the buildings thereon it, being the same house wherein I reside at present - I recognize this property as community and bequeath to My Wife this residence to be held in full property and ownership without Accounting to the community for it. I also recognize the purchase which I maid of the tract of land in East Feliciana on which the dwelling house and ginhouse stands - as common - viz having purchased it at probate sale after marriage and I will that if the residence of the community is not sufficient to pay the community debts that so much as maybe a charge on the plantation be reimbursed to hir out of separate estate so that she shall hold one half of this tract clear - it being my will that my said wife should receive what I have bequeathed to hir in full property and clear of incumbrances in lieu of the donation in the Marriage Contract.


3rd I hereby appoint my said wife executrix of this my last will and testament and give hir seizin on my intire estate - this done and written by me in my own hand writing and dated this twenty-eighth day of February A D one thousand and eight hundred and fifty six in the City of New Orleans and State of Louisiana".
/s/ David McCants.


David McCants June 4, 1864, age 82 years, six months, 17 days.


In 1865, The sucession of David McCants is proved in Probate Record E, 1858-1868, p. 408-409, Clinton, LA. In his will David states that he recognizes the dwelling house in East Feliciana to be community property because he purchased it at probate sale after his marriage. He is likely referring to probate sale of his deceased wife Jane McNish's community share of real estate, as no mention is made of real estate in the partition of her personal property. (Clinton, LA Notarial Records, Bk G)


David left his wife, Maria, 1/5 part of my slaves, four lots of ground in New Orleans, numbered 17, 18, 19, & 20 in square No. 80 and bounded by eight Camp and Chestnut Streets with the buildings thereon, being the same house wherein I reside at present. He also bequeathed her 1/2 clear of all property and the dwelling house in E. Feliciana Parish, LA.


The Will was probated, Sucession David McCants - 5th District court, New Orleans, East Feliciana, Louisiana.
In this matter now comes Mrs. Maria Y. McCants, surviving widow, and respectfully represents that her deceased husband, David Mccants, left a last will and testament which said last will and testament is in a sealed package, and herewith presented mark.
That the same ought be opened, read, proved, recorded and ordered to be executed, and that letters testamentary should issue to the Executor appointed - That he left the following heirs viz; issue of the marriage of his son, David A. McCants deceased with Eliza Livingston, - to wit: Miss Maggie McCants, major, and Rosamond, Texana, Caroline, Louisiana and David McCants, minors, to whom this said mother Mrs. Eliza McCants is trustrix - all of East Baton Rouge parish.


Also the children of David McCants, deceased, the testator, issue of his marriage with petitioner to wit: Robert McCants, a major, and Imogene, Blanche, Junius, Thomas, and Ernestine McCants, minors, to whom petitioner is trustrix.


Also the children of the testator's daughter Elizabeth McCants issue of her marriage with Lawson Higginbotham to wit: Frances, Clayton and William Higginbotham, majors, and Thomas, Riley, Wesley and Caleb Higginbotham, minors, for whom William W Chapman of East Feliciana is agent and attorney in fact, the said Higginbothams, being residents of the Parish of Morehouse.


Wherefore petitioner prays that a day may be fixed for the opening, reading, and proof of said last will and testament, and said Major heirs, and said Minors through their said trustrix and through said W. W. Chapman, agent and attorney in fact, may be duly notified to attend at the reading and probate of said will at the time and place fixed if they think proper; that after due legal proceedings the said will be recorded and ordered to be executed as required by law, and that in case the testator has appointed petitioner executrix of said last will and testament, that letters tesamentary issue to her, and for costs and general relief in the premises.


By Her Attorney
W. F. Kernan


the foregoing petition being considered it is ordered that said will be opened, read and probated on Wednesday, August 16, 1865 at 11 o'clock AM at the clerks Office in said Parish and that said heirs be notified to attend thereat should they think proper to do so. This August 9th A.D. 1865. H. Hardesty, Clerk.


This August 16th 1865 - the said Mrs. Maria Y. McCants being appointed by said Will, Executrix thereof with seizen it is ordered that other testamentary issue to her accordingly and that she have possession of all the property of the testator.


In Notarial Book A plats shows an exchange of land between David McCants and Caleb Higginbotham. "The above work was executed on the 12 of July 1827. P 27th June 1828. this 5th Sept. 1828. signed: A. B. Graham, Parish Surveyor for East Feliciana Parish". The transfer was signed by the participants and Thos. W. Scott, Parish Judge. " Truly recorded Nov 18, 1828.


In the volume "Large Slave Owners of Louisiana-1860" by J. K. Menn, David McCants, age 78, is listed as D. M. Cants an owner of 84 slaves, 18 slave dwellings, 1500 acres, real property valued at $36,000 and personal property at $65,530. In David and Maria's household in 1860 there were seven of their children and Maria's sister, Ann, age 47.


lists him as David Scott McCants p. 11.
Hickory Hill - this plantation was formerly owned by Mr. Benjamin Richardson.
Per telecon 23 July 1997, with Robbie Jane McCants Jones, she stated that Blanche Freeman had said that David's middle name was Scott, however Robbie never found any records of David McCants that used the Scott middle name.


"The former was born in 1781, and about 1810 came with other families to Louisiana
and settled in East Feliciana parish. He took up his residence on the property on which his
daughter, Mrs. Freeman, now resides, and there he continued to make his home until his death in January, 1864. He had been very active during his early life and became quite an extensive and successful planter. At the time of his death he was a member of the Episcopal church and
throughout life had been a democrat in politics."


This LARGE Feliciana Parish was divided in 1824 and split into East & West Feliciana Parishes. The Heads of the Households for this census were transcribed from the original rolls. Some designated areas on this census may correspond to places in later East or West Feliciana Parish. A head of household on this census, by 1830, would either be listed in East or West Feliciana Parish if they remained in the area. Make note of the names of neighbors on this census, whose records may later assist you in your research. The men listed on this census may have participated in the War of 1812 and fought at the Battle of New Orleans on 8 January 1815.


The parishes in "old West Florida.": West Florida includes "land in that part of the Province of West Florida, as it was governed by both England and Spain, south of the 31st parallel, east of the Mississipi River, north of the Gulf of Mexico, Lake Pontchartrain, Lake Borgne, an Lake Maurepas, and west of the Apalachacola River." This would include the present-day parishes of West & East Feliciana, E Baton Rouge, E Ascension, E St. John the Baptist, St. Helena, Tangipahoa, Washington, St. Tammany & Livingston. St. John the Baptist and Ascension parishes are debatable. The Isle of Orleans was excluded. The area actually covered and who owned it when have long been disputed.


Also included during the time frame 1763 - 30 Mar 1798 is "land east of the Mississippi River as far north of the 31st parallel as the mouth of the Yazoo River (above present-day Vicksburg, Mississippi) and south of a line running due east from the mouth of the Yazoo across the State of Mississippi and thence across the State of Alabama south of present day Demopolis to a point on the west bank of the Chattahoochee River, near, present-day Columbus, Georgia and west of the Chattahoochee River.


There is a lineage group in existence called The Sons and Daughters of the Province and Republic of West Florida 1763-1810. Membership is open to those proving lineal descent from a resident of the area described above, during the prescribed time periods.
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Last Name First Name Init Date Parish Acres
MCCANTS DAVID 1860 East Baton Rouge


PATENT_L_N: MCCANTS PATENT_F_N: DAVID PATENT_M_I:
ACCESS_NR: LA0070__.357 SEQ_NR: 1 TOTAL_PAGE: 1 IMAGE_NAME: 00003570
VOL_ID: 503 IMAGE_TYPE: P DESCRIP_NR: 1 ALIQUOT_PT: SE SECTION_NR: 32
TOWNSHIP: 5.0S RANGE: 1.0E BLOCK_NR: 0 MERIDAN_CD: 24 TOTAL_ACRE: 49.9600 FRAC_SECT: Y L_O_CODE: 02 DOCUMENT_N 409: 4611 MISC_DOC_N:
TITLE_AUTH: 272002 SIGNATURE: Y SIGN_DATE: 1860/10/01 SUBSU_RESV: N
METES_BOUN: N CANCEL_DOC: N MULT_PATEN: N MULT_WARR: N

[S316] [S11] [S198] [S446] [S446] [S11] [S1959]


                                              _David MCCANTS Sr. "the Immigrant"__________________+
                                             | (1670 - 1759)                                      
                       _James MCCANTS Esq.___|
                      | (1713 - 1772) m 1740 |
                      |                      |_Elizabeth SCOTT? __________________________________+
                      |                        (1680 - ....)                                      
 _Nathaniel MCCANTS __|
| (1745 - 1816) m 1766|
|                     |                       _James MCNEALY "the Immigrant"______________________
|                     |                      | (1700 - 1764)                                      
|                     |_Agnes MCNEALY _______|
|                       (1725 - 1760) m 1740 |
|                                            |_UNNAMED____________________________________________
|                                              (1700 - 1764)                                      
|
|--David Scott MCCANTS 
|  (1781 - 1864)
|                                             _(RESEARCH QUERY) GAULTIER\COTTIER GOTEA\GAUTIER SC_
|                                            |                                                    
|                      _John James GOTEA I___|
|                     | (1720 - 1807)        |
|                     |                      |____________________________________________________
|                     |                                                                           
|_Elizabeth GOTEA ____|
  (1745 - 1824) m 1766|
                      |                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) MCCONNELL of Old Craven Co. SC____
                      |                      |                                                    
                      |_Elizabeth MCCONNELL _|
                        (1730 - ....)        |
                                             |____________________________________________________
                                                                                                  

Sources

[S11]

[S198]

[S316]

[S446]

[S540]

[S316]

[S11]

[S198]

[S446]

[S446]

[S11]

[S1959]


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EDWARD MONTAGU OF BOUGHTON

ABT 1500 - ____

ID Number: I41169

  • OCCUPATION: Lord Chief Justice of England
  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1500
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: THOMAS MONTAGU
Mother: AGNES DUDLEY


Family 1 : HELEN ROPER
  1. +HELEN (ELINOR) MONTAGU

Notes


Sir Edward Montague, of Boughton, Lord Chief Justice of England, a descendent of the second marriage of Joan Plantagenet, daughter of Edward I & Eleanor of Castile.


[S1503]


                                                  _WILLIAM MONTAGU ____+
                                                 | (1420 - ....)       
                       _RICHARD MONTAGU _________|
                      | (1450 - ....)            |
                      |                          |_MARY BUTLINE _______
                      |                            (1420 - ....)       
 _THOMAS MONTAGU _____|
| (1470 - ....)       |
|                     |                           _____________________
|                     |                          |                     
|                     |_AGNES KNOTT _____________|
|                       (1450 - ....)            |
|                                                |_____________________
|                                                                      
|
|--EDWARD MONTAGU OF BOUGHTON
|  (1500 - ....)
|                                                 _____________________
|                                                |                     
|                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) DUDLEY _|
|                     |                          |
|                     |                          |_____________________
|                     |                                                
|_AGNES DUDLEY _______|
  (1470 - ....)       |
                      |                           _____________________
                      |                          |                     
                      |__________________________|
                                                 |
                                                 |_____________________
                                                                       

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JANE MORGAN

ABT 1630 - ____

ID Number: I74998

  • RESIDENCE: prob. Wales
  • BIRTH: ABT 1630
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2839]

Family 1 : THOMAS RAGLAND
  1. +Evan RAGLAND

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Batson NAYLOR

1729 - BEF 28 Jun 1769

ID Number: I97773

  • RESIDENCE: Prince George Co. MD
  • BIRTH: 1729, Maryland
  • DEATH: BEF 28 Jun 1769, Prince George Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: XFQD-KP)

Family 1 : Margaret FIELDS
  1. +George NAYLOR
  2.  Batson NAYLOR Jr.
  3.  Benjamin NAYLOR
  4.  Nancy or Anne NAYLOR

Notes


Children: Batson, Benjamin, Martha m. Spouse: George WALLS (AFN: 123V-HQ6), Elizabeth, Anne, Letitia and Nancy Anne Naylor.

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NEWCOMBE

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I5350

  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S258]

Family 1 : Gulielma FELL?

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Mahlon Stacy "Bub" NOYES

2 Jan 1869 - 1949

ID Number: I51340


Family 1 : Louvina Ann PURL

Notes


"They resided in Morgan County until moving about 1942 to neighboring Laclede County. Both are buried in the City Cemetery, Versailles, Morgan County, Missouri. They had ten children, but only the four living in 1944 are known."


CHILDREN OF MAHLON AND LOUVINA (PURL) NOYES (#11):
1. William Henry "Wille" Noyes, born March 10, 1896 in Missouri. He was living in 1944 in Versailles, Missouri.
2. Hiram Franklin "Frank" Noyes, born January 4, 1909 in Missouri. He married Marion Ross, born 1916. Marion died 1964 and was buried in City Cemetery, Versailles, Missouri. Frank died December 2, 1972 at Lebanon, Laclede County, Missouri, and was buried beside his wife.
3. Orpha May Noyes, born about 1910 in Missouri. She married Hugh Hicks. Orpha resided (1977) as a widow in Lebanon, Missouri.
4. C. Elmer Purl, born March 12, 1915 in Missouri; resided (1977) in Springfield, Missouri.

[S1985]

[247719]
City Cemetery, Versailles, Morgan County, Missouri

Sources

[S1985]

[S1788]

[S1788]

[S1985]

[S1788]

[S1823]

[S1985]

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Verona SKILLMAN

17 May 1843 - ____

ID Number: I49794

  • RESIDENCE: KY
  • BIRTH: 17 May 1843
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1779]
Father: Christopher SKILLMAN
Mother: Eliza Jane JOHNSON


Family 1 : John B. SLONE

                                                _John SKILLMAN II____+
                                               | (1742 - 1776) m 1763
                         _Isaac H. SKILLMAN ___|
                        | (1772 - 1856) m 1798 |
                        |                      |_Catherine BEEKMAN __
                        |                        (1742 - 1840) m 1763
 _Christopher SKILLMAN _|
| (1813 - 1896) m 1842  |
|                       |                       _William WHITELY Sr._+
|                       |                      | (1734 - 1789)       
|                       |_Ann "Nancy" WHITELY _|
|                         (1777 - 1831) m 1798 |
|                                              |_Susannah TYLER _____+
|                                                (1745 - 1795)       
|
|--Verona SKILLMAN 
|  (1843 - ....)
|                                               _____________________
|                                              |                     
|                        ______________________|
|                       |                      |
|                       |                      |_____________________
|                       |                                            
|_Eliza Jane JOHNSON ___|
  (1810 - ....) m 1842  |
                        |                       _____________________
                        |                      |                     
                        |______________________|
                                               |
                                               |_____________________
                                                                     

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