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Eliza L. ALDRIDGE

1836 - 21 Oct 1913

ID Number: I32070

  • RESIDENCE: Morehouse Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 1836
  • DEATH: 21 Oct 1913, Morehouse Parish, LA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1229]
Father: Elkanin Winchester ALDRIDGE
Mother: Elizabreth GRIFFS


Family 1 : Thomas Alfred BRODNAX
  1. +Fannie BRODNAX

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 _Elkanin Winchester ALDRIDGE _|
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|--Eliza L. ALDRIDGE 
|  (1836 - 1913)
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|_Elizabreth GRIFFS ___________|
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William BLEDSOE Jr.

1723 - 1794

ID Number: I41353

  • RESIDENCE: Orange Co. VA and KY
  • BIRTH: 1723, Virginia
  • DEATH: 1794, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1199] [S2114] [S2321]
Father: William BLEDSOE
Mother: Anne


Family 1 : Elizabeth ZACHARY
  1.  Joseph BLEDSOE
  2.  Isaac BLEDSOE

Notes


Children
John BLEDSOE b: 1754 in Virginia
Mary BLEDSOE b: ABT. 1755 in Virginia
Joseph BLEDSOE b: ABT. 1756 in Virginia
James BLEDSOE b: ABT. 1758
Benjamin BLEDSOE b: ABT. 1761 in Virginia
William BLEDSOE III b: ABT. 1763 in Culpepper County, Virginia
Abraham BLEDSOE b: 5 MAR 1768 in Virginia
Isaac BLEDSOE b: ABT. 1771 in Orange County, Virginia m. Elizabeth Craig.
Jacob BLEDSOE b: ABT. 1774 in Virginia


Marriage 2 Sally MORTON Married: 21 JUL 1785 in Orange County, Virginia





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                       _George BLEDSOE "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1635 - 1695)                  |
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 _William BLEDSOE ____|
| (1676 - 1769) m 1710|
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|                     |_Anne JENNINGS _________________|
|                       (1650 - 1695)                  |
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|--William BLEDSOE Jr.
|  (1723 - 1794)
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|_Anne________________|
  (1692 - 1725) m 1710|
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Nancy DABNEY

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I72812

  • RESIDENCE: Maury Co. TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1580]
Father: (RESERCH QUERY) DABNEY of Virginia


Family 1 : George BRISCOE

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 _(RESERCH QUERY) DABNEY of Virginia_|
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|--Nancy DABNEY 
|  (1800 - ....)
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Sallye Goodwin GATEWOOD

1847 - 1883

ID Number: I37437

  • RESIDENCE: Middlesex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1847
  • DEATH: 1883
  • RESOURCES: See: DAR ID 95342 [S2453]
Father: William Lowrey GATEWOOD
Mother: Lucy Ann STREET


Family 1 : John Randolph SEGAR
  1.  Sallye R. SEGAR

Notes


Aka: Sarah G.

                                                     _William GATEWOOD _________________+
                                                    | (1745 - 1825)                     
                            _William Kemp GATEWOOD _|
                           | (1778 - 1836) m 1807   |
                           |                        |_Jane TRAVERS _____________________
                           |                          (1760 - 1790)                     
 _William Lowrey GATEWOOD _|
| (1812 - 1869) m 1833     |
|                          |                         _John Carr MINOR of Topping Castle_+
|                          |                        | (1735 - 1800) m 1755              
|                          |_Barbara Cosby MINOR ___|
|                            (1780 - 1849) m 1807   |
|                                                   |_Elizabeth "Betty" COSBY __________+
|                                                     (1736 - ....) m 1755              
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|--Sallye Goodwin GATEWOOD 
|  (1847 - 1883)
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|                           _Thomas STREET Esq._____|
|                          | (1780 - ....)          |
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|_Lucy Ann STREET _________|
  (1815 - 1865) m 1833     |
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Jane HICKS

1612 - 1662

ID Number: I85416

  • RESIDENCE: England and Charles and St. Mary's Cos. MD
  • BIRTH: 1612, England
  • DEATH: 1662, Charles Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3152]

Family 1 : John COCKSHUTT "the Immigrant"
  1.  John COCKSHUTT
  2. +Jane COCKSHUTT
  3.  Mary COCKSHUTT
Family 2 : Nicholas CAUSINE
  1.  Ignatius CAUSINE Sr.
  2.  Nicholas CAUSINE
Family 3 : Robert CLARKE Sr. Gent.
  1.  John CLARKE Sr.
  2.  Mary CLARKE
  3.  Robert CLARKE Jr.

Notes


Marriage 1 John Cockshutt b: 1609 in England Married: ABT 1629 in England
Marriage 2 Nicholas Causine
Marriage 3 Robert Surveyor Sr. Clarke b: 1611 in England Married: 1656 in St. Marys County, Md


Jane Hicks (Cockshoot) (Causine) Clarke died in 1662. two years before Robert Clarke the Surveyor.
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October 1, 1655 Robert Clarke makes a Bond to Henry Adams of Maryland. Robert Clarke shall after marriage contracted between him and Mrs. Jane Causine Widow, permit unto such persons, as she shall thereto appoint from time to time the propriety & possessions of all the Estate left her, by late husband Nicholas Cawsine deceased, without interruption or molestation, then this bond to be void, but else to stand in full force . sealed and delivered in possession of Locus Sigilli and Robert Clarke 1655 (sometime after 1 October 1655 and before 7 January 1656 - Robert Clarke marries 3rd wife Jane Hicks (who was born 1612 in England) who had been married 1st to John Cockshoot. 3 children from her first marriage they are: John Cockshoot, Mary Cockshoot age 23 in 1658 , and Jane Cockshoot age 17 in 1658.


Jane Hicks Cockshoot married 2nd to Nicholas Causine. she has two sons from 2nd marriage they are: Nicholas Causine, and Ignatius Causine. It was Jane Hicks (Cockshoot) (Causine) Clarke whose daughter Mary was born about 1638 and married Henry Adams )


7 January 1656 Henry Adams & Thomas Mathews for the use of Jane Clarke, the late relict of Nicholas Cawsine deceased: to have & to hold unto the said Henry Adams & Thomas Mathews to & for the sole benefit & use of the Said Jane Clarke & her Heirs forever & in
witness where of I set my hand this 7th day of January 1656. William Mitchell.
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Page 50 ( Page 120 in entry) of Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1
Mrs. Jane Clarke demands warrant against Mr. Thomas Lomax and Humphrey Attwicks; debt
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1658- 16 August the deposition of Jane Clarke aged 46 years or thereabouts Sworn & examined this 16th of August 1658. Her daughter Jane Cockshoot was given as age 17 years or Therabouts her answer to the fores Interrogatories, upon oath & Examination, dated 1758.


Mary Cockshoot married Henry Adams and gives her date of birth as Follows:


Mary Adams of this Province age 21 years or Thereabouts Sworn and Examined sayeth she was at portoback at her Mothers house at the time Benjamin Gill Dyed...


So if Jane Hicks(Cockshoot) (Cuasine) Clarke was 46 in 1658 she was born 1612.


16 August 1658 the deposition of Mary Adams aged 21 years old or thearabouts sworn & Examined this 16th day of August 1658. mentions step father Nicholas Cuasine and sister Jane Cockshoot, & her brother Ignatius & Nicholas Cuasine. (Mary Cockshoot married Henry Adams) (Jane Cockshoot the daughter married Thomas Mathews.) at this time Jane Cockshoot was not married yet.
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Here is some info out of a book called "Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1
(Page 120 of entry but page 50 in this book. the date appears to be 1660)
Mrs. Jane Clarke demands warrant against Mr. Thomas Lomax and Humphrey Atticks:debt
Page 2 in book Page 3 in entry:
Thomas Gerrard, Esq., summons Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. Adams, and Jane Cockshoot, Mrs. Ursula Goodericke( date is 31 May 1658


same page further down:
Mrs. Jane Cockshoot enters her mark of Hogs and cattle. at County Court , 4 June 1658 held at Humphrey Atwikes, Present of the Council: Josias Fendall,Esq., Phillip Calvert, Esq. Robert Clarke Esq. Commissioners Present: Mr. James Linsey, Henrie Addames, James Waker, Edward Pakes.


Jane Hicks(Cockshoot)(Causine) Clarke died about 1662.


23 Sept. 1676; indenture from John Offaine of Port tobacco, Planter to Benjamin Rozer of Port tobacco; for 8,000 # Tobacco; a parcel of land called Patrick's on the west side of the fresh of St. Thomases Creek; bounding Jane Clarke's, Ignatius Causine near the main branch
of St. Nicholas' Runn; containing 300 acres; another parcel called Sping Plaine on the west side of the main fresh of Port tobacco or St. Thomas Creek; bounded by James Lindsey, Garrat Sinnett; containing 50 acres;/s/ John OFaine; wit. John Lamaire, John Hamilton.
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Mr Clarks Bond. These pents wittness tht I Robert Clarke of Maryland Gentn doe acknowledge my selfe to stand indebted to Henry Adams of Maryland Plantr the somme of Ten Thowsand pownds of good Tob. wth cask to bee payd by me, my heyres, Ex equutoes, Admistratores, or Assignes, to him his heyres. Exequutoes, Admistratoes or Assignes uppon demand. Wittnes my hand & Seale this first day of Octobr 1656. The Condicon of this Obligaan is such, That if the aboue bownden Robert Clarke shall after marriage contracted betweene him & Mrs Jane Causine Widdow, permitt unto such persons, as shee shall thereunto appoynt from time to time the propriety & possesn of all the Estate left unto her, by her late hus band Nicholas Cawsine deceased, wthout any interruption or moles taon, then this Bond to bee voyd, but else to stand in full force & uertue Locus X Sigilli
Sealed & Deliuered in [presence] of. . . Robert Clarke


Maryland Archives Volume 41 page 169 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1658. 169


The plf produceth a Bill, & an account of Thomas Greene Esqr Liber P.C.R deceased, Whereby (as it appeareth) the sd Greene was indebted to Major Thomas Cely of Virginia Mercht in the summe of Two Thow- True v. Henry Adams sand seauen hundd pownds of Tob, And desyreth that Henry Adams ffeoffee in trust to the sd W Greene may make answere thereto.
The deft demandeth of the plf, to shew by what power hee sueth, Who thereuppon produced his Ire of Attorney, Vppon sight whereof alleaging that he is as yett ignorant concerning tht debt, as allso the other ffeoffee Mr James Langworth; & motion tht this Cause be sent downe to the County Court in Charles County, by wch time they may ueiw the accounts of the sd Mr Greene, & the better informe them selues concerning the sd Claime, & be there heard & determined, was graunted & Ordered accordingly.
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Maryland Archives Volume 41 page 169 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1658. 169


The plf produceth a Bill, & an account of Thomas Greene Esqr Liber P.C.R deceased, Whereby (as it appeareth) the sd Greene was indebted to Major Thomas Cely of Virginia Mercht in the summe of Two Thow- True v. Henry Adams sand seauen hundd pownds of Tob, And desyreth that Henry Adams ffeoffee in trust to the sd W Greene may make answere thereto.
The deft demandeth of the plf, to shew by what power hee sueth, Who thereuppon produced his Ire of Attorney, Vppon sight whereof alleaging that he is as yett ignorant concerning tht debt, as allso the other ffeoffee Mr James Langworth; & motion tht this Cause be sent
downe to the County Court in Charles County, by wch time they may ueiw the accounts of the sd Mr Greene, & the better informe them selues concerning the sd Claime, & be there heard & determined, was graunted & Ordered accordingly.
Eod die.
Jane Cocksute aged 17 yeares sworne & examined Sayth, That shee was present att Mr Gills sicknes & death, & That shee heard him often say that Mr Gerard & her Brother Adams were his Exequutoes, And further sayth not. Jurat, oes Coram Robert Clearke.


May 31th 1658.
Jane Clearke aged fowrty six yeares or thereabouts sworne & examined Sayth, That Mr Beniamin Gill late of this Prouince Deceased dyed att her howse att Portoback the of Nouembr in the yeare 1655, And a little before his death, shee asked him if hee had a Will & he tould her noe, nor euer made any in his lffe, But when bee....


Maryland Archives Volume 41 page 170 170 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1658.


Liber lay sick att W Gerards, W Gerard & his Wffe urged him to make P. C. R. a Will, But he made none, And the reason was, as the sd Gill tould this Depont, because they would haue him make Robt Cole his heyre,
But he sayd hee would not, ffor the sd Cole did not deserue it att his
hands, And tht shee neuer did see any Will amongst his writings,


And further Sayth not.
Robert Cole his Jnterrogatories proposed to Mrs Jane Clearke,
Mrs Mary Adams, Mrs Jane Cockshott, Concerning Mr Benjamin
Gill his last Will & Testamt, wth their answers thereunto uppon Oath
& Examinaon
July 26th 1658.
ffirst Doe you remember att what time Mr Benjamin Gill deceased
did speake concerning making his Will, or appownting Executoes.
2ly Can you testify tht Beniarnin Gill, did of purpose call or
desyre any peson or pesons as wittnesses: or were to tht purpose


requyred by him to take notice of any words spoken by him to tht


purpose, When, Where & in whose pence, was any such by
the sd Benjamin Gill.
p. 128 3ly Was the sd Benjamin Gill perswaded to appoynt Exequutoes,
& such as hee did seeme unwilling to appoynt. Were any pesons
hindred to come to him uppon his request to tht intent, or any to
committ his Will to writing.
4ly Are any the Witnesses of his appoyntmt of Exequutors soe
neare of kinne to the Exequutors or Exequutor, That they may
probably peties to the Exequutors cause.
5ly Were not some of the Witnesses or all of them to receiue
some benefitt, or Legacies, by such his nuncupative Will.
61y Can you sweare tht the sd Beniamin Gill, was of perfect mem
ory, when hee made choice of the pretended Exequutors
Jane Clearke aged 46 yeares or thereabouts, her answere to the
abouesd Interrogatories uppon oath & Examinaon ut supra.
To the ffirst. That it was a little before hee dyed, hee spoke it
before this Deponent & her husband Cawsine, & her Daughter
Adams.


Volume 41 page 171



Provincial Court Proceedings, 1658. 171


To the second. That hee called in this Deponts husband Nicholas Liber
Cawsine, her selfe & Daughter Adams, & desyred Willm Harper her P. C. R.
sonne Adams his man to write his Will, And to tht intent, pen, inke,
& paper was brought. But the sayd Willm Harper not knowing the
forme of a Will, desyred bee would deferre it, till his Master came
home. Vppon wch bee desyred us present (Viz) her husband, her
selfe, & Daughter Adams to take notice of his Verball Will.
To the third. That for the Exequutors they were of his owne
choyce & motion not knowing any, tht peswaded him to them, And
that bee desyred to speake wth Mr ffitzherbert, & Mr Gerard, but it
could not possibly bee effected.
To the ffowrth. That shee was Mother in Law to one whom bee
did appoynt his Exequutor & that her Daughter Adams, who is a
wittnes, was then & is still Wffe of One of the sd Exequutors
To the ffifth. That her Daughter who was a Wittnes had not
any Legacy left, But to her selfe & her husband was Legacies left
who were wittnesses.
To the Sixth. That to the best of her iudgmt, hee was in perfect


sence & memory, when hee made choyce of his Exequutors, & con
tinued in the same, to his last breath.
Sworne before mee the day & yeare aboue written Job Chandler.



Mary Adams aged 21 yeares or thereabouts her answere to the
foresd Jnterrogatories uppon Oath & Examinaon.
To the ffirst. That the uery day of his death he nominated &
appoynted Mr Thomas Gerard & this Deponts husband to bee his
Exequutors.
To the Second. That a little before Mr Gills departure this
Depont lyuing then in her ffather in Law Cawsines howse, was called p. 129
into the roome, where bee dyed by her mother, And hee desyred all
there pent, were her ffather in Law her mother, & her selfe to take
notice that was his Will.
To the Third. That the first day Mr Gill came to this Deponts
mothers howse, he nominated W Thomas Gerard, & her husband
to bee his Exequutors, & did not att any time after heare him mention
any else, & to the best of her knowledge he was not perswaded to


make choyce of any Exequutors.
To the ffowrth. That shee was Wffe to one of the Exequutors, &
that shee was a wittnes but noe Legatee.
To the ffifth That all but her selfe were.
That to the best of her knowledge he was, ffor he spoake senceably,
& knew us all there present.
Sworne Eod die Coram me Job. Chandler.



Volume 41 page 172



172 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1658.


Liber P. C. R.
Jane Cockshott aged 17 yeares or thereabout her answere to the
foresd Interrogatories, uppon Oath & Examinaon.


To the ffirst That the first day W Gill came to this Deponts
mothers howse, being the time he there dyed, bee spake of making


his Will & tht bee did nominate Mr Gerard & her Brother Adams to


bee his Exequutors & tht he desyred it seuerall times in his sicknes.


To the Second. That the same day Mr Gill dyed this Depont
Sayth, Shee was her sister Adams called into the roome by her
mother, where Mr Gill was, her ffather in Law Cawsine being pres


ent, Where Mr Gill desyred them to take notice tht this was his Will,
And tht Willm Harper being called in to write his Will desyred to
bee excused not knowing the forme.
To the Third. That shee knows not That Mr Gill was peswaded
by any to make choyce of his Exequutors, or tht bee was hindred of
any persons to come to him, That bee desyred.
To the ffowrth. That shee was sister in Law to One of the
Exequutors, but further knows not.
To the ffifth. That shee was not present, fully to heare W Gills


Will, therfore knows nothing concerning Legacies, & tht shee doth
not remember any part of it (Except) That bee desyred all his
cattle should be brought to her mothers howse & there to remaine


for three yeares: & the nominating his Exequutors, wch were those
aboue mentioned.
To the Sixth. That to the best of her Judgmt he was, for he was
sencible, & knew all that were there present.
Sworne Eod die Coram me


p. 130 The Deposn of Mrs Jane Clearke aged 46 yeares or thereabouts
Sworne & examind this 16th of August 1658.
Sayth, That Beniamin Gill deceased after nominating & appoynt
ing his Exequutors wch were Mr Thomas Gerard, & this Deponts
sonne in Law Henry Adams, did dispose of his wordly goods as
followeth.
Impe That one Thowsand pownds of Tob, or thereabout, wch
was in Mr Thomas Gerard & MR Robert Slyes hands should be gyuen
to the Church to bee prayed for.
21y That hee gaue to this Depont in consideraon of her paines &
charges all his moueable goods, Excepting his Chayres & Stooles &
Table, wch were att Widdow Lewis her howse, The wch Chayres,
Stooles & Table, hee gaue to this Deponents Daughter Jane Cockshott
It. Hee gaue to this Deponts husband Nicholas Cawsine fiue
hundd pownds of Tob: & fiue hundd pownds of Tob more to this
Depont, And to this Deponts Daughter Jane Cockshott, & her sonne


Jgnatius, & Nicholas Cawsine to each of them bee gaue fiue hundd


pownds of Tob.


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John R. MILES

28 Dec 1820 - ____

ID Number: I24833

  • OCCUPATION: Farmer
  • RESIDENCE: Wilkinson Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 28 Dec 1820, Wilkinson County, Mississippi Territory
  • RESOURCES: See: [S946] [S1009]
Father: James MILES
Mother: Elizabeth BUCKHOLTS



                                              ______________________
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                        _Abram MILES ________|
                       | (1750 - ....)       |
                       |                     |______________________
                       |                                            
 _James MILES _________|
| (1778 - 1821) m 1803 |
|                      |                      ______________________
|                      |                     |                      
|                      |_Elizabeth___________|
|                        (1750 - ....)       |
|                                            |______________________
|                                                                   
|
|--John R. MILES 
|  (1820 - ....)
|                                             _Abraham BUCKHOLTS II_+
|                                            | (1729 - 1812) m 1754 
|                       _Jacob BUCKHOLTS ____|
|                      | (1755 - 1826) m 1785|
|                      |                     |_Elizabeth WOODARD ___
|                      |                       (1738 - ....) m 1754 
|_Elizabeth BUCKHOLTS _|
  (1788 - 1822) m 1803 |
                       |                      _Elias HODGES ________+
                       |                     | (1730 - 1792) m 1750 
                       |_Sarah HODGES _______|
                         (1760 - 1828) m 1785|
                                             |_Phoebe_______________
                                               (1730 - ....) m 1750 

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Merrick ROBINS

ABT 1880 - ____

ID Number: I7368

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1880
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11]
Father: William Alexander ROBINS
Mother: C. C. "Katie MERRICK



                                                         _Thomas Jefferson ROBINS ______________________
                                                        | (1794 - 1843) m 1820                          
                             _Thomas William ROBINS ____|
                            | (1823 - 1893) m 1845      |
                            |                           |_Mary WINTER __________________________________+
                            |                             (1799 - 1843) m 1820                          
 _William Alexander ROBINS _|
| (1848 - 1904) m 1877      |
|                           |                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) MAXWELL of VA & TN & GA & LA_
|                           |                           |                                               
|                           |_Margaret Burgess MAXWELL _|
|                             (1826 - 1913) m 1845      |
|                                                       |_______________________________________________
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|
|--Merrick ROBINS 
|  (1880 - ....)
|                                                        _______________________________________________
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|                            ___________________________|
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|                           |                           |_______________________________________________
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|_C. C. "Katie MERRICK _____|
  (1852 - 1909) m 1877      |
                            |                            _______________________________________________
                            |                           |                                               
                            |___________________________|
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Julia A. RUSSELL

7 Apr 1813 - ____

ID Number: I87786

  • RESIDENCE: of Murray Co. TN
  • BIRTH: 7 Apr 1813, Murray Co. Tennessee
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3124]

Family 1 : Thomas RUCKER

Notes


Julia A. Russell (Wife) b. 7 Apr 1813 in Murray Co, TN Marriage: 7 APR 1869;
Spouses:
? Boatwright (Husband) Children: Mary E. Boatwright
? Leonard (Husband)
Thomas Rucker (Husband)


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Magdalene VEREUL\VERRUEIL

28 Jan 1683 - ABT 1731

ID Number: I471

Father: Moyses (Moses or Moise) VEREUL\VERRUEIL "the Immigrant"
Mother: Magdalena PRODON (PRODHOMME)


Family 1 : Anthony TRABUE\TRABUC "the Immigrant"
  1. +Jacob TRABUE
  2. +Anthony (Antoine) TRABUE Jr
  3.  Moise TRABUE
  4. +John James TRABUE
  5. +Magdalene TRABUE
  6. +Judith TRABUE
  7.  Infant TRABUE
Family 2 : Pierre (Peter) Jacob CHASTAIN "the Immigrant"

Notes


CONFLICT 1995 4th edition records her name as Magdelaine Flournoy, widow Trabu. It has been detrmined that Jacob Flournoy was her step father.


Magdalene wrote her will June 2, 1729, and it was proved May, 1731 in Henrico Co. VA. In her will she left jewelry, silk clothing, furniture and other articles to daughters Magdalene and Judith; her estate, Negroes, stock and other articles to her sons Jacob, Anthony and John James. Her will displayed substantial wealth for the early 18th century. (Will BK from 1725-1738)


Will of Magdalene Verreuill Trabue Chastain. Recorded in the Will Book from 1725-1738. First, I resign my soul to God Almighty, from where it came, in hopes of a forgiveness of all my sins, and a joyful resurrection; and secondly, my body to be decently buried after my decease, as my executor shall see fit.


Item: I leave and bequeath unto my well beloved son, Anthony Trabue, my negro woman, Betty, and her child, Jenny, for him and his heirs, forever; my riding horse called Spark with a man saddle and bridle belonging to it; one of my gold rings marked "M.C." the large Psalm Book, a silver seal, and ten barrels of corn, and my desire is, that he may be freely virtue of this my present will and testament.


Item: To my well beloved daughter, Magdalene Trabue, I leave and bequeath my cupboard, my side saddle, one box, iron, my black silk suit of clothes, and my calico, which is not yet made up, one gold ring with red stones, one pair of gold bobs, my small Psalm Book, my silver girt buckle, one silver bodkin, and thimble
with my spectacles.


Item: To my well beloved daughter, Judith Trabue, I leave and bequeath my chest, my red suit of clothes, my striped silk lined with red silk, a Dutch iron, one gold ring marked"M.T", one pair of gold bobs with small red stones, one pair of silver buckles, and one bodkin.


Item: To my well beloved son, John James Trabue, I leave and bequeath one chain, gold ring, and a silver teaspoon.


Item: I will and bequeath the remainder part of my clothes to be equally divided betwixt my two mentioned daughters.


Item: I will and desire that my daughter Magdalene be boarded at my son, Jacob Trabue's, her brother, or at her godmother's, Elizabeth Dutois, which herself shall like best. And I will and desire that my daughter, Judith, be placed or boarded with her brother Jacob, he being willing to it; if not, with her Aunt Mary Flournoy.


Item: I will and bequeath the remainder part of my estate after debts and other demands are paid and satisfied, to my son Jacob Trabue.


Item: I will and ordain and constitute my beloved brother Francis Flournoy to be executor and administrator of this my present last will and testament. In witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this second day of June, 1729. [S692] [S11] [S351]


                                                                                                  _Pierre VEREUL ______+
                                                                                                 | (1575 - 1632) m 1603
                                                           _Jean VEREUL _________________________|
                                                          | (1607 - 1691) m 1633                 |
                                                          |                                      |_Ann COUILLARD ______+
                                                          |                                        (1579 - 1649) m 1603
 _Moyses (Moses or Moise) VEREUL\VERRUEIL "the Immigrant"_|
| (1650 - 1701) m 1677                                    |
|                                                         |                                       _Pierre DU FAY ______+
|                                                         |                                      | (1578 - 1631) m 1603
|                                                         |_Madeleine DU FAY ____________________|
|                                                           (1610 - 1688) m 1633                 |
|                                                                                                |_Marie AUBER ________+
|                                                                                                  (1585 - ....) m 1603
|
|--Magdalene VEREUL\VERRUEIL 
|  (1683 - 1731)
|                                                                                                 _Louis ? PRODON _____
|                                                                                                | (1590 - 1650)       
|                                                          _Nicolas Louis PRODON "the Immigrant"_|
|                                                         | (1620 - 1662) m 1653                 |
|                                                         |                                      |_____________________
|                                                         |                                                            
|_Magdalena PRODON (PRODHOMME) ___________________________|
  (1660 - 1722) m 1677                                    |
                                                          |                                       _Jean TEVENIN _______+
                                                          |                                      | (1592 - 1655) m 1619
                                                          |_Magdalena TEVENIN ___________________|
                                                            (1633 - 1721) m 1653                 |
                                                                                                 |_Judith VERSON ______+
                                                                                                   (1590 - 1650) m 1619

Sources

[S1064]

[S180]

[S351]

[S616]

[S667]

[S691]

[S692]

[S866]

[S692]

[S11]

[S351]


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