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ISABEL de BEAUCHAMP

ABT 1249 - 1306

ID Number: I26789

  • RESIDENCE: Worcestershire, England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1249
  • DEATH: 1306
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S810] [S1827]
Father: WILLIAM III de BEAUCHAMP 5th Baron of Elmley
Mother: ISOBEL MAUDUIT of Warwick


Family 1 : WILLIAM Le BLOUNT Knt. of Timberlake
  1. +WALTER BLOUNT

                                                                                    _WALTER de BEAUCHAMP ____________________
                                                                                   | (1150 - 1235)                           
                                                _WALTER (Walchaline) de BEAUCHAMP _|
                                               | (1180 - 1236) m 1212              |
                                               |                                   |_BERTHA de BRAOSE _______________________+
                                               |                                     (1151 - 1170)                           
 _WILLIAM III de BEAUCHAMP 5th Baron of Elmley_|
| (1215 - 1268)                                |
|                                              |                                    _ROGER II de MORTIMER Lord of Wigmore____+
|                                              |                                   | (1158 - 1214)                           
|                                              |_JOANE de MORTIMER ________________|
|                                                (1187 - 1268) m 1212              |
|                                                                                  |_MILLICENT de FERRERS ___________________+
|                                                                                    (1170 - 1252)                           
|
|--ISABEL de BEAUCHAMP 
|  (1249 - 1306)
|                                                                                   _________________________________________
|                                                                                  |                                         
|                                               _WILLIAM MAUDUIT __________________|
|                                              | (1196 - 1257)                     |
|                                              |                                   |_________________________________________
|                                              |                                                                             
|_ISOBEL MAUDUIT of Warwick____________________|
  (1227 - 1268)                                |
                                               |                                    _WALERAN de NEWBURGH 4th Earl of Warwick_+
                                               |                                   | (1153 - 1204) m 1196                    
                                               |_ALICE de NEWBURGH of Warwick______|
                                                 (1196 - 1263)                     |
                                                                                   |_ALICE de HARCOURT ______________________+
                                                                                     (1181 - 1212) m 1196                    

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[S810]

[S1827]


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Keziah CARTER

4 Mar 1791 - ____

ID Number: I6891

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 4 Mar 1791, Amherst Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S301]
Father: Peter CARTER Sr.
Mother: Elizabeth "Betsy" SANDIDGE


Family 1 : Robert CHILDRESS

Notes


SOURCES Van A. Stilley; Peter Morgan Bible Record on file in the Library of Congress.

                                                     _Peter CARTER I_______+
                                                    | (1706 - 1789) m 1730 
                               _Solomon CARTER _____|
                              | (1739 - 1786) m 1760|
                              |                     |_Judith NORRIS _______+
                              |                       (1710 - 1765) m 1730 
 _Peter CARTER Sr.____________|
| (1766 - 1808) m 1787        |
|                             |                      ______________________
|                             |                     |                      
|                             |_Mary Ann BICKLEY? __|
|                               (1737 - 1821) m 1760|
|                                                   |______________________
|                                                                          
|
|--Keziah CARTER 
|  (1791 - ....)
|                                                    _William SANDIDGE Sr._+
|                                                   | (1698 - 1746) m 1715 
|                              _John SANDIDGE ______|
|                             | (1730 - ....) m 1752|
|                             |                     |_Anne PULLIAM ________+
|                             |                       (1700 - 1794) m 1715 
|_Elizabeth "Betsy" SANDIDGE _|
  (1767 - 1808) m 1787        |
                              |                      _Henry GATEWOOD Sr.___+
                              |                     | (1692 - 1777) m 1714 
                              |_Keziah GATEWOOD ____|
                                (1730 - 1796) m 1752|
                                                    |_Dorothy DUDLEY ______+
                                                      (1695 - 1751) m 1714 

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[S301]


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Peter CLEMMONS Sr.

1680 - 12 Sep 1721

ID Number: I49564

  • RESIDENCE: of Northampton and Accomack, VA
  • BIRTH: 1680, Northampton, Virginia
  • DEATH: 12 Sep 1721
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1767] [S3553]

Family 1 : Anne BROOKS
  1.  Jane Brooks CLEMMONS
  2.  Mary CLEMMONS
  3. +Stephen CLEMMONS

Notes


"Peter Clemmons Sr. was born about 1680 in Northampton Virginia and died around 1721. The community of Clemmons, NC is named for his grandson, Peter Clemmons. Most of Peter's descendants eventually migrated to Kentucky and Illinois."


[S1767]

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[S1767]

[S3553]

[S1767]


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Sally GREGORY

1796 - ____

ID Number: I78089

  • RESIDENCE: of Chesterfield Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1796
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1917] [S2004]
Father: Richard GREGORY
Mother: Elizabeth WILKINSON



                                               _Richard GREGORY III_____+
                                              | (1695 - 1742) m 1727    
                        _Roger GREGORY _______|
                       | (1729 - 1803) m 1756 |
                       |                      |_Agnes WEST _____________+
                       |                        (1700 - ....) m 1727    
 _Richard GREGORY _____|
| (1758 - 1844) m 1789 |
|                      |                       _Nathaniel H. CLAIBORNE _+
|                      |                      | (1716 - 1756)           
|                      |_Mary Cole CLAIBORNE _|
|                        (1737 - 1771) m 1756 |
|                                             |_Jane COLE ______________+
|                                               (1720 - ....)           
|
|--Sally GREGORY 
|  (1796 - ....)
|                                              _________________________
|                                             |                         
|                       ______________________|
|                      |                      |
|                      |                      |_________________________
|                      |                                                
|_Elizabeth WILKINSON _|
  (1760 - ....) m 1789 |
                       |                       _________________________
                       |                      |                         
                       |______________________|
                                              |
                                              |_________________________
                                                                        

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[S1917]

[S2004]


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William Kyle HIGGINBOTHAM

ABT 1786 - ABT 1855

ID Number: I24419

  • RESIDENCE: Tazewell Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1786, Amherst Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 1855, Tazewell Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S177] [S887] [S3459]
Father: James "Moses" HIGGINBOTHAM
Mother: Elizabeth " Betsy " GARRISON


Family 1 : Elizabeth BOWLING
  1. +Thomas Hensley HIGGINBOTHAM

Notes


1840 census of Tazwell Co.shows: Moses HIGGINBOTHAM (pg. 53); James, Moses and William K. HIGGINBOTHAM (pg. 62); and an Elizabeth, Aron and James G.HIGGINBOTHAM (pg.70).



                                                       _John? HIGGINBOTHAM _________________+
                                                      | (1694 - 1744)                       
                                 _Moses HIGGINBOTHAM _|
                                | (1715 - 1790) m 1753|
                                |                     |_WIDOW Higginbotham Frances? RILEY? _+
                                |                       (1696 - 1751)                       
 _James "Moses" HIGGINBOTHAM ___|
| (1755 - 1826) m 1785          |
|                               |                      _Robert KYLE "the Immigrant"_________
|                               |                     | (1702 - 1775) m 1728                
|                               |_Mary Frances KYLE __|
|                                 (1734 - 1825) m 1753|
|                                                     |_Elizabeth "Betty" Anne CAMPBELL ____
|                                                       (1704 - 1779) m 1728                
|
|--William Kyle HIGGINBOTHAM 
|  (1786 - 1855)
|                                                      _____________________________________
|                                                     |                                     
|                                _William GARRISON ___|
|                               | (1746 - 1824)       |
|                               |                     |_____________________________________
|                               |                                                           
|_Elizabeth " Betsy " GARRISON _|
  (1765 - 1845) m 1785          |
                                |                      _____________________________________
                                |                     |                                     
                                |_____________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |_____________________________________
                                                                                            

Sources

[S177]

[S887]

[S3459]


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George KERR

ABT 1840 - ABT 1916

ID Number: I88260

  • RESIDENCE: Fall River, Bristol Co. MA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1840
  • DEATH: ABT 1916
  • BURIAL: Oak Grove Cem. Oak Grove Avenue, Fall River, MA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S18]

Family 1 : Marye DOOGAN
  1. + KERR

Notes


"Kerrs came to Massachusetts around 1840 maybe sooner. But the one we are looking for is George Kerr born around 1840, died in 1916, he is buried in Oakgrove cemetary in Fall River, Mass. His wife was Marye Doogan."


The Fall River Area has a rich and diversified history. Originally called "Quequechan" (meaning 'falling water') by the Wampanoag Indians because of the small river that turned into steep falls before cascading into the Taunton River, the Fall River Area was the ancestral home of this tribe until they were driven out during the King Phillip's War in 1675.


Settlers, mostly farmers and ship's carpenters from Rhode Island, Boston and Plymouth, were drawn to the region in the early 1700s. The tumbling Quequechan River and a navigable harbor were the natural resources that together would determine the region's growth.


The industrial history of Fall River began in 1811 when Colonel Joseph Durfee and several investors built the first cotton mill. The mill was driven by the river that emptied into a small pond near the waterfront. Two years later the Troy Mill, the first of the great granite structures at the foot of the Quequechan River, was built and Fall River's cotton spinning era had begun in earnest. After a decade of building, Fall River and the surrounding town's populations began to increase steadily. By 1830, the town had seven textile mills, a steamboat to Providence and Newport, a newspaper and a population of 4,159. This growing trend continued and, by 1872, 18 new mills and 15 new corporations were started as Fall River went on to become one of the textile capitals of the nation.


The abundance of work available in the mills drew immigrants from around the world. A steady wave of English, Irish, Russian, Lebanese, French, Polish and Eastern European Jewish immigrants flocked to Fall River and its surrounding cities to staff the factories and mills. They arrived in such vast numbers that by 1900, Fall River had the highest percentage of foreign-born residents of any city in the entire country. The migration from Portugal and the Azores outnumbered all other ethnic groups. Together, these immigrants gave Fall River the diversity of character that characterizes the city today.


An international market and the prosperity of the war years ensured the strength of Fall River's economy throughout the years 1905-1921. The Spindle City's population peaked at 130,000 with more than 100 mills, employing more than 30,000 people and producing a weekly payroll in excess of one half million dollars.


The great prosperity of Fall River in the early decades of the 20th century was deceptive however, since the city flourished mainly on one industry - textiles.


The Depression of the 1920's had a dramatic and devastating effect on the city. Cheap labor beckoned the industry southward, and what had taken a century to build collapsed in less than a decade.


Today, the industrial decline which plagued the Fall River Area during the first half of the century has reversed itself, and we look with hope into the future. The public and private sectors, business organizations, councils and groups, are working together to demonstrate that, collectively, we can rebuild the region. New companies are opening their doors and established companies are expanding into the Southcoast. Plans are carefully being laid. Capital improvement projects are being implemented. Industry is being broadened. Our continued progress and growth is directly attributable to the people and institutions that make up the Fall River Area.
http://www.fallriverma.org/link.asp?URL=www.fallriverchamber.com/ region/region_history.asp


Historic Fall River has been immortalized in history books, story and song and now, even on television where native son, and celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse, proudly promotes his home town to millions of viewers across the country.


Dating back to its earliest days, Fall River was a hub for colonists settling the region and was the site of an epic battle, The Pocasset Swamp Fight of 1675, during King Philip's War between the Wampanoag Indians and the British Colonists.


Strategically positioned at the mouth of Mount Hope Bay and the Taunton River, Fall River has grown with the region and retains many storied vestiges of Southern New England's storied history.



Throughout the City, stately mansions speak to the wealth and grandeur of the early Industrial Age which took Fall River by storm and transformed her into one the era's legendary Mill Towns.


With wealth came drama manifested most famously by Lizzie Borden's murder mystery where clues to the crime remain today at The Borden Home in Fall River's Highlands.


Today, The City celebrates yet another exciting era of commercial and industrial growth. A thriving waterfront with Heritage State Park as its jewel hosts millions of tourists each year who come to tour the Battleships moored in the harbor and sample food, fun and fabulous music at our annual festival, Fall River Celebrates America.


At the center of it all is a vital, inter-connected business community working together to bring Fall River triumphantly into the future.


Location: Southeastern Massachusetts; bordered by Somerset on the northwest, Freetown on the north and northeast, Dartmouth on the southwest, Westport on the south, Tiverton, Rhode Island on the southwest, and Mount Hope Bay and the mouth of the Taunton River on the west. Fall River is 50 miles south of Boston.
http://www.fallriverma.org/link.asp?URL=www.fallriverchamber.com/ region/region_history.asp


(Their mills were supplied by the South's Cotton - and the South was taxed heavily to support the North's Industrial Revolution - Southernors grew tired of paying all the taxes and wished to open their ports to all - thus Lincoln's War began 1861-1865. jbass)


Bristol County, Massachusetts History
Bristol County was formed on 2 June 1685 when Old Plymouth Colony was divided into three counties, Plymouth, Bristol and Barnstable. Barnstable and Plymouth counties were named after their county seats. Bristol County, MA county seat is Taunton. Native Americans played a very important role before and during the "settlement" of the area.



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Louisa W. MARTIN

23 Jan 1812 - 23 Mar 1888

ID Number: I51110

  • RESIDENCE: Montgomery Co. KY & Putnam Co. IN & Decatur Co. Iowa
  • BIRTH: 23 Jan 1812, Montgomery Co. KY
  • DEATH: 23 Mar 1888, Leon, Decatur Co. Iowa
  • RESOURCES: See: [S940]

Family 1 : Levi CHASTAIN

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Johnathan MORGAN Jr.

27 Jun 1811 - ____

ID Number: I101275

  • RESIDENCE: Wythe Co. VA and Green Co. KY and MO
  • BIRTH: 27 Jun 1811
  • DEATH: Missouri
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1896]
Father: Jonathan MORGAN Sr.
Mother: Jean or Jane BUCHANAN


Notes


Jonathan Morgan Jr. b: June 27, 1811 d: in MO + Nancy Simpson b: March 22, 1811 in KY d: April 15, 1899

                                                _Morgan MORGAN ______+
                                               | (1720 - ....)       
                          _Nathaniel MORGAN ___|
                         | (1740 - 1802) m 1760|
                         |                     |_____________________
                         |                                           
 _Jonathan MORGAN Sr.____|
| (1768 - 1840)          |
|                        |                      _____________________
|                        |                     |                     
|                        |_Margaret SUMMERS ___|
|                          (1740 - ....) m 1760|
|                                              |_____________________
|                                                                    
|
|--Johnathan MORGAN Jr.
|  (1811 - ....)
|                                               _____________________
|                                              |                     
|                         _Alexander BUCHANAN _|
|                        | (1752 - 1827) m 1772|
|                        |                     |_____________________
|                        |                                           
|_Jean or Jane BUCHANAN _|
  (1776 - 1833)          |
                         |                      _____________________
                         |                     |                     
                         |_Rachel VANSCHAICK __|
                           (1752 - 1827) m 1772|
                                               |_____________________
                                                                     

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Raymond MORGAN

18 May 1879 - ____

ID Number: I97543

  • RESIDENCE: Vermilion Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 18 May 1879, Indian Bayou, Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S3033]
Father: Albert MORGAN
Mother: Melissa Ann FOREMAN


Notes


Raymond MORGAN b. 18 May 1879

                                                 _John MORGAN _________________+
                                                | (1752 - 1818) m 1770         
                        _Solomon MORGAN ________|
                       | (1771 - 1860) m 1815   |
                       |                        |_Dorothy or Dorthula JONES ___+
                       |                          (1754 - 1805) m 1770         
 _Albert MORGAN _______|
| (1832 - 1893) m 1854 |
|                      |                         _George FAULK ________________+
|                      |                        | (1762 - 1818) m 1795         
|                      |_Anna FAULK ____________|
|                        (1798 - 1850) m 1815   |
|                                               |_Adelaide HARGRAVE ___________+
|                                                 (1775 - ....) m 1795         
|
|--Raymond MORGAN 
|  (1879 - ....)
|                                                _Ephrem Joseph FOREMAN _______+
|                                               | (1766 - 1854) m 1782         
|                       _Joseph Ephrem FOREMAN _|
|                      | (1798 - 1852) m 1813   |
|                      |                        |_Mary Elizabeth BROWN ________
|                      |                          (1765 - 1820) m 1782         
|_Melissa Ann FOREMAN _|
  (1842 - ....) m 1854 |
                       |                         _Pierre "Peter" STOUT STUTES _+
                       |                        | (1767 - 1815) m 1796         
                       |_Mary Charlotte STUTES _|
                         (1797 - 1866) m 1813   |
                                                |_Marie Amelia HOFFPAUIR ______+
                                                  (1781 - 1826) m 1796         

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Willis SANDIDGE

1864 - ____

ID Number: I36960

  • RESIDENCE: Bossier Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 1864, Bossier Parish, LA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S582]
Father: Lucien Duvergne SANDIDGE Sr
Mother: Fannie B. BURT



                                                         _Garrett Longmire SANDIDGE _+
                                                        | (1791 - 1871) m 1811       
                               _James Shelton SANDIDGE _|
                              | (1812 - 1873) m 1835    |
                              |                         |_Frances SMITH _____________+
                              |                           (1792 - 1852) m 1811       
 _Lucien Duvergne SANDIDGE Sr_|
| (1837 - 1890) m 1863        |
|                             |                          _John S. Fletcher WYCHE ____
|                             |                         | (1794 - ....)              
|                             |_Elizabeth Oliva WYCHE __|
|                               (1818 - 1895) m 1835    |
|                                                       |_Lucinda WRIGHT ____________
|                                                         (1800 - ....)              
|
|--Willis SANDIDGE 
|  (1864 - ....)
|                                                        ____________________________
|                                                       |                            
|                              _________________________|
|                             |                         |
|                             |                         |____________________________
|                             |                                                      
|_Fannie B. BURT _____________|
  (1845 - ....) m 1863        |
                              |                          ____________________________
                              |                         |                            
                              |_________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |____________________________
                                                                                     

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Robert WICKLIFFE IV

ABT 1725 - 1782

ID Number: I74768

  • RESIDENCE: Fairfax Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1725
  • DEATH: 1782, Fairfax Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2729]
Father: Robert WICKLIFFE
Mother: Elizabeth ANDERSON


Family 1 : Mary HARDIN

                                              _David II WICKLIFFE _+
                                             | (1636 - 1693)       
                       _David III WICKLIFFE _|
                      | (1671 - 1698) m 1690 |
                      |                      |_____________________
                      |                                            
 _Robert WICKLIFFE ___|
| (1690 - 1760) m 1724|
|                     |                       _____________________
|                     |                      |                     
|                     |_Elizabeth KING ______|
|                       (1675 - ....) m 1690 |
|                                            |_____________________
|                                                                  
|
|--Robert WICKLIFFE IV
|  (1725 - 1782)
|                                             _____________________
|                                            |                     
|                      ______________________|
|                     |                      |
|                     |                      |_____________________
|                     |                                            
|_Elizabeth ANDERSON _|
  (1700 - ....) m 1724|
                      |                       _____________________
                      |                      |                     
                      |______________________|
                                             |
                                             |_____________________
                                                                   

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[S2729]


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