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Hannah

ABT 1740 - ____

ID Number: I48005

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1670]

Family 1 : William FITZHUGH
  1.  Maria FITZHUGH

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WILLIAM Duke of Juelich

ABT 1300 - ____

ID Number: I35401

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1300
  • RESOURCES: See: [S810]

Family 1 :
  1.  ELIZABETH of Juelich

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Ann BURFOOT

ABT 1620 - ____

ID Number: I73209

  • RESIDENCE: ENG or VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1620
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1236]

Family 1 : William BURFORD Sr. "the Immigrant"
  1. +William BURFORD Jr.

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MARION CUNNINGHAM

ABT 1527 - ____

ID Number: I98354

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1527, Cunninghame, Ayrshire, Scotland
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS AF KL73-VF [S2990]
Father: WILLIAM CUNNINGHAME 4th Earl of Glencairn
Mother: ELIZABETH CAMPBELL


Family 1 : JOHN MURE
  1.  WILLIAM MURE of Rowallan

                                                                                          _ROBERT CUNNINGHAME 2nd Earl of Glencairn_
                                                                                         | (1430 - 1490) m 1476                     
                                             _CUTHBERT CUNNINGHAME 3rd Earl of Glencairn_|
                                            | (.... - 1541) m 1492                       |
                                            |                                            |_CHRISTIAN LINDSAY of Byres_______________+
                                            |                                              (1431 - 1496) m 1476                     
 _WILLIAM CUNNINGHAME 4th Earl of Glencairn_|
| (1493 - 1547) m 1535                      |
|                                           |                                             _ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS 5th Earl of Angus______
|                                           |                                            | (1453 - 1513) m 1467                     
|                                           |_MARION DOUGLAS of Angus____________________|
|                                              m 1492                                    |
|                                                                                        |_ELIZABETH BOYD __________________________+
|                                                                                          (.... - 1496) m 1467                     
|
|--MARION CUNNINGHAM 
|  (1527 - ....)
|                                                                                         _HUGH CAMPBELL of Loudoun_________________+
|                                                                                        |                                          
|                                            _JOHN CAMPBELL of Westor Loudoun____________|
|                                           |                                            |
|                                           |                                            |__________________________________________
|                                           |                                                                                       
|_ELIZABETH CAMPBELL _______________________|
   m 1535                                   |
                                            |                                             __________________________________________
                                            |                                            |                                          
                                            |____________________________________________|
                                                                                         |
                                                                                         |__________________________________________
                                                                                                                                    

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Col. William DAINGERFIELD I

ABT 1680 - ____

ID Number: I75579

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: Justice
  • RESIDENCE: Rappahannock Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1680
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S2874]
Father: John II DAINGERFIELD of Greenfield
Mother: Ann WALKER


Family 1 : Mary BATHURST
  1. +William DAINGERFIELD II

Notes


He married in Rappahannock, and left a son, William. He became a justice and colonel, and married a member of the Batherst family of England,--a Miss Meriwether, of Batherst, Essex county. The Dangerfield Family. Old Churches, Ministers, and Families of Virginia. Article XXXVI.


                                                                            _William DAINGERFIELD _
                                                                           |                       
                                      _John I DAINGERFIELD "the Immigrant"_|
                                     | (1620 - ....)                       |
                                     |                                     |_______________________
                                     |                                                             
 _John II DAINGERFIELD of Greenfield_|
| (1640 - ....)                      |
|                                    |                                      _FRANCIS BERNARD Jr.___+
|                                    |                                     | (1558 - 1630)         
|                                    |_Margaret BERNARD ___________________|
|                                      (1625 - 1686)                       |
|                                                                          |_Mary WOOLHOUSE _______+
|                                                                            (1580 - ....)         
|
|--William DAINGERFIELD I
|  (1680 - ....)
|                                                                           _______________________
|                                                                          |                       
|                                     _John WALKER Esq.____________________|
|                                    | (1610 - 1668)                       |
|                                    |                                     |_______________________
|                                    |                                                             
|_Ann WALKER ________________________|
  (1662 - ....)                      |
                                     |                                      _______________________
                                     |                                     |                       
                                     |_Sarah BURDEN _______________________|
                                       (1604 - 1679)                       |
                                                                           |_______________________
                                                                                                   

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James GIBSON "the Immigrant"

16 Oct 1687 - ABT 1765

ID Number: I89071

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland and ca 1720 Richmond and Bedford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 16 Oct 1687, Dumfries, Scotland
  • DEATH: ABT 1765, Bedford Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3304]
Father: John GIBSON


Family 1 : Margaret Eleanor CORRIE
  1. +John GIBSON I

Notes


"Resided in Clogher, Tyrone County, Ulster, Ireland before emigrating to Virginia sometime between 1723 and 1732.
Elder in the Presbyterian Church. James and Eleanor lived in the South River Settlement (present day Lynchburg) along the James River."
Children:
1. John Gibson I
2. James Gibson, Jr.
3. Randall Gibson (m. Anne //, Nancy Hunt)
4. Archibald Gibson
5. Elizabeth Gibson (m. John Candler, Sr.)
6. Jane Gibson (m. // Tilliss)
6. Catherine Gibson (m. Meshack Hale)
7. Hannah Gibson (m. William Cook)
8. Joseph Gibson
9. (Daughter) Gibson (m. Josiah Gibson)



WILL OF JAMES GIBSON:
In the name of God Amen. I James Gibson of Bedford County, being of sound and disposing mind and memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say I will that all my debts and funeral charges be paid and discharged by my son James Gibson
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Randall Gibson one Negrow named Bumboro to him and his heirs for ever.
Item. I give and bequive to my daughter Elizabeth Candler teen pounds current mony to heir and her heirs for ever.
Item. I give and bequive to my daughter Jane -- teen pounds current mony to heir and her heirs for ever.
Item. I give and bequive to my daughter Catherine Hale teen pounds current mony to heir and her heirs for ever.
Item. I give and bequive to my daughter Hanner Cook teen pounds current mony to heir and her heirs for ever.
Item. I give and bequive to my son in law Josiah Gibson five shilings current mony to him.
Item. I give and bequive to the ears [heirs] of my son John Gibson deceased five shilings current mony to them & their ears [heirs].
Item. I give and bequive to the sons of my son Archbell Gibson deceased five shilings current mony to them & their ears [heirs].
Item. I give and bequive to my son James Gibson all my hole estate of every thing both real and personal, nevertheless my will and desire is that my son James Gibson pay of the above legaries at the expration of twelve monts after being duly proved as is directed and if my son James Gibson shall die without heire then my desire is that the remainder of his estate be equally divided among my children one with another and my desire is that my son James Gibson shall injoy all my hole estate to him and his heirs, Ext's, administrators and assines for ever.
Lastly this my last will and testament hereby disannulling and disallowing all other will or wills here to fore dated, sealed with my seal and dated this fourteenth day of Apral one thousand seven hundred and sixty four.
Signed: Jams Gibson
Test. Jerh. Early [Col. Jeremiah Early, great-grandfather of Confederate General Jubal Early]
Heneritta Boyd [or Bond] her march [mark]
John Wenright his march [mark]


[S3304]


                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _John GIBSON ________|
| (1663 - ....)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--James GIBSON "the Immigrant"
|  (1687 - 1765)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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Col. William LEA\LEIGH III

1649 - ABT 1705

ID Number: I21909

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: 1703 Chairman Of VA House Of Burgess
  • RESIDENCE: York and KandQ Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1649, York or Charles City Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 1705, King and Queen Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: CONFLICT Notes LDS AFN4W2G-8H [S878] [S909] [S910] [S3311]
Father: William II LEA\LEIGH


Family 1 : Elizabeth IVERSON
Family 2 : Mary GREEN
  1. +Sarah LEA\LEIGH
  2. +John LEA\LEIGH
  3. +William LEA\LEIGH IV
  4.   LEA\LEIGH

Notes


CONFLICT in parent:
Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume I, IV--Burgesses and Other Prominent Persons: probably a son of Francis Leigh of the council, was burgess for King and Queen county in 1696, 1697, 1698, 1699, 1700-1702, 1703-1704, and died the last year (1704). He was in 1702 colonel commanding the militia of King and Queen county, as well as judge of the vice-admiralty court of the colony.


Col William Lea III was the son of Wm Lea II b 1623 Charles City, VA - d bef May 1703 in K&Q co VA. That William was the son of William Lea I b ca 1588 - d 1653 in James co VA.
Col. William Leigh (Lea) was born in 1654 in York Co. and married Mary Green.
Col. William Lea, thought to be born about 1654 in York County, Virginia. We do not know who his parents were at this time. Col. William Lea was a very influential man. He was such a very close friend of Virginia Governor Nicholson.


William Lea was one of the founders of King and Queen County, Virginia when that county was carved out of New Kent County in 1691 (New Kent County had been made from York County in 1654). William Lea was Burgess of New Kent County in 1691. In 1692 he was a Justice in King and Queen County. He became a Burgess of King and Queen County in 1693 and held that position until his death in 1703.
In 1698 he was Captain of the King and Queen militia. In 1699, he became a Col.and Comander-in-Cheif and a member of the August Virginia Council. In 1702, he became the first Judge of the Admiralty Court of Virginia. In 1703, he was chairman of the Virginia House of Burgesses.


He lived on a branch of the York River and had to cross the York to get to Williamsburg, the seat of Virginia government. He owned extensive lands. All land patented by him between the year 1682 and 1699 were in the Parish of St. Stephens, most of it in King and Queen County, except for a large grant in Essex County. In later years, when new counties were formed, some of his land fell into Spotsylvania and Caroline Counties. The bulk of his estate was inherited by his son John Lea (6200 acres).


In 1699, William Lea and Benjamin Harrison were granted 3474 acres, all of which became part of the 6200 acres inherited by his son, John Lea.


On May 28, 1703, Benjamin Harrison wrote the following note to Philip Ludwell:
"Col. Lea fell from his horse lately and cracked his scull and is dead. Tis said he was drunk at Parson Bookers house on the Sabbath and going home, happened to the accident."


Col. Lea's wife's name was Mary, but we do not know what her maiden name was.
Their children were:
- John Lea* (born c1677, New Kent Co., VA). He married Ann "?".
- William Lea (born c1682, New Kent Co., VA). He married Frances "?". He died in North Carolina.
- A daugher, (born c1679) who married Valentine Ware.
- A daughter, (bon c1684) who married William Haynes.
- There may have been other children.


In 1705, at King and Queen County, Col. William Lea's widow, Mary Lea, with her two sons-in-law, patented two pieces of land - 600 and 200 acres a piece. Her son John Lea, on the same day patented 484 acres.


In 1705, Lea's 6,200 acres, was inherited by his son John, who married Ann Carter. Elizabeth, John's daughter, married Zachary Taylor and was the president's grandmother. His son, William, married Rachel Ambrose, and their daughter Sarah married George Penn, brother of John Penn, whose grandson, John Penn, signed the Declaration of Independence.


William Leigh: Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume I, IV--Burgesses and Other Prominent Persons.


Land patented by Lea from 1682-1699 was in St. Stephens Parish, in King and Queen, except for a large grant in Essex Co.


Col. William Leigh (Lea) was born in 1654 in York Co. and married Mary Green. He had been a King and Queen Co. Burgess and Militia Capt., Col. and Commander -in- Chief, and a member of the August VA Council, and the first Judge of the Admiralty Court of VA. In 1703, he was chairman of the VA House of Burgesses. He lived on a branch of the York River and had to cross the York to get to Williamsburg, the seat of VA government. Land patented by Lea from 1682-1699 was in St. Stephens Parish, in King and Queen, except for a large grant in Essex Co.


In 1705, Lea's 6,200 acres, was inherited by his son John, who married Ann Taylor. Elizabeth, John's daughter, married Zachary Taylor and was the president's grandmother.
His son, William, married Frances Major, and their daughter Sarah married George Penn, brother of John Penn, whose grandson, John Penn, signed the Declaration of Independence.


After her husband's death, Mary Leigh and her sons-in-law, Valentine Ware, and William Haines, obtained two patents in King and Queen Co. on 5/2/1705. One for 600 acres (Land Patent Book 5, pg. 488, and Book 9, pg. 657), the second 260 acres (deed K&Q 1731-1) next to Peter Ware, bought from Col. William Claybourne.



On 12/4/1714, Col. William Lea's son, William purchased 100 acres in King and Queen Co. from Thomas Ware, deceased, located next to John Madisoní's Mill North of the Mattapony River in St. Stephens Parish (Land Patent Book 10, pg. 214 VA State Library).



Valentine and Mary Leigh's son and daughter-in-law, Edward and Elizabeth Garrett, were the great great great grandparents of Lucy Ware Webb, wife of President Rutherford Birchard Hayes, and the great great grandparents of Elizabeth Ware whose husband, Dr. Crawford W. Long pioneered the use of ether in his medical practice. Their son Nicholas was the great great great grandfather of Thomas Lewis Ware about whom the book "35 Days to Gettysburg, The Campaign Diaries of Two American Enemies", by Mark Nesbitt was written. It was the daily diary entries of Thomas Ware a confederate soldier in the Northern VA army, Co. G, 15th GA Regiment of Infantry from Lincoln Co. GA (enlisted 7/14/1861), as well as the diary of a Federal soldier, written as they approached Gettysburg.


Information from Lea Family of King & Queen Co., VA, Caswell Co., N.C., & Amite Co., MS, published in Amite County, Mississippi, 1699-1890, pp. 548-570:


William Lea, possibly son of William Lea, b. 1623, was born c 1654, d 1703 King & Queen County, VA. Married Mary (Green) c 1675; In law suite York County, VA (bk 6, p. 31) Court Feb 1677-8 William Lea sues Elizabeth Brett; 370 acres Apr. 20,1682, 920 acres Apr. 25, 1684, 500 acres (from Edward Chilton) Oct. 21, 1684, 400 acres Apr. 18, 1685, 400 acres Apr. 28, 1692 all in St. Stephens Parish, on North side of Mattapony River (first in New Kent later became King & Queen 1691;


Land Patent Books of Virginia 7, p. 155, p. 390, 418, 490, Book 8 p. 139, Virginia State Library; with Benjamin Harrison of James City, VA 3,474 acres King & Queen County branch of Mattapony Creek, adj. Capt. William Smith. Col. Goodrich, Stephen Bonbridge, Indian Path & Morris Goodrich (Land Patent Book 9, p. 214, 1695-1706 dated June 6, 1699; apparently purchased Benjamin Harrison's part because son John Lea had the entire 6200 acres after William's death in 1703; the last grant probably in what later became Spottslyvania County, Virginia).


William Leigh, Burgess, New Kent County, VA 1691, April 17 (Swem Index 13 Vol. 95) Col. William Leigh, Robert Beverly & John Waller founders of community of King & Queen (see Fleet Vol. 7, p. 12); Capt. William Leigh, Justice King & Queen Aug. 12, 1692 (Fleet Vol. 6, p. 1) Burgess King & Queen March 2, 1692, March 2, 1693, Sept. 24, 1696; May 13, 1702, June 18, 1702, March 19, 1703 (Stannard's Register Colonial Virginia, Albany, New York, 1902);


William Bird Burgess from King & Queen April 20, 1704 in the place of Leigh, deceased;


William Leigh July 15, 1702 first Judge of the Admiralty Court of Virginia (Swen Index 22 Vol. 245);
Council of Virginia William Leigh appointed member July 1, 1699 (Fleet Vol. 6, p. 15);
Col. William Leigh Commander in Chief of Militia King & Queen County;
Col. William Leigh (Fleet Vol. 6, pp. 11, 15); Commander in Chief of Militia King & Queen County Virginia Jan. 31, 1701-02;
Capt. William Leigh Militia Troup King & Queen 1698 (Fleet Vol. 7, p.5); Col. Leigh, Chairman of Comm. for Propositions & Grieveances of Virginia House) Burgesses Aug. 26, 1702 (Fleet Vol. 7, p. 19);
June 3, 1699, William Leigh, Colonel & Commander in Chief Militia King & Queen County, Virginia (Exec. Journal Council of Colonial Virginia, Vol. I, 1680-1739);
Oct. 25, 1700, Lt. Col. William Leigh represents House of Burgesses before the Council of Virginia, also Dec. 18, 1700 (Exec. Journal Council of Colonial Virginia, Vol. I, 1680-1739);


Oct. 25,1700 Lt. Col. William Leigh represents Houlse of Burgesses before the Council of Virginia, also Dec. 18, 1700 (Exec. Journal Council of Colonial Virginia, Vol. I, 1680-1739);



Capt. John Waller removed from job as Sheriff of King & Queen County by the Governor for "discovering" that Col. Leigh (the Governor's then great favorite) had over reached upon the County several thousand pounds of tobacco" (Fleet Vol. 7, p. 19, 27).
In tax list of 1699 figures Gloucester County, Virginia paid largest tax in Virginia, King & Queen County 2nd largest & a 4th more than the 3rd county. King & Queen had the greatest number of men in the militia of all counties of Virginia (Fleet Vol., 6, p. 7).
In the land grants, & transfers (complete intact files for Colonial Virginia in Virginia State Library), William Leigh was the only Lea, Lee, Leigh, Ley, Lay who received lands in the New Kent, King William or King & Queen Counties of Virginia up to 1704, and none was made to him after May 1703. All of his grants were in St. Stephen's Parish (except the large grant of 3474 acres part of which was in Essex on the North side of Mattaponi River totalling 6,064 acres between April 20, 1682 & June 6, 1699. No other person by the name of James or William Lee, Lea, Leigh, Lay received land in any part of Virginia between 1655 & 1704, William Lea's land bordered upon the lands of James Taylor (Capt. in Militia & fellow Burgess) George Chapman, Thomas Kemp, John Atkins, Samuel Clayton, John Stark, Richard Tunstell, Thomas Hall, John Pigg, Robert Bagby, William Herndon, Capt. William Smith, Col. Goodrich, Stephen Bonbridge, William Wyatt.


On July 14, 1703, Col. William Leigh, Burgess for King & Queen County, VA is deceased (Exec. Journal Col Va, Vol. II, p. 332, 1680-1739). Letter of Benjamin Harrison to Philip Ludwell dated May 28, 1703 "... Col. Leigh fell from his horse lately and cracked his skull and is dead. Tis said he was drunk at Parson Bookers on the Sabbath Day, and going home happn'd to the accident", (B Fleet K & Q Co. Abstracts, Vol. 7, p. 30).


The quit rent rolls of Virginia for 1704 except for the counties of the Northern neck have been published (Va. Mag. Hist. Vols. 28-34.) The only persons of the name Lea, Lee, Leigh in King & Queen Co. for 1704 were John Leigh who had 6,200 acres & William Lee with 230 acres. No person of the spelling Lea was listed in VA in 1704, no James Lea, Lee or Leigh, and only one other William, namely William Lee who had 350 acres in York Co.


John Leigh is Capt. of K & Q Militia June 17, 1703 (Fleet Vol. 7, p.10.) William Leigh is Justice of the Peace for K & Q Co. & James Taylor Sheriff 1704 (Public Rev. Office London, Col Off., Vol. 5, 1314, 35, III 1704; Fleet Vol. 7, p. 41.)


Petition of Inhabitants of K & Q to his Majesty asserting loyalty March 12, 1701-2. "We are too sencible (Great Sir) of our late Danger of Popery and Arbitrary Power" Signed among others by William Leigh, Col.; James Taylor, Capt.; Henry Madison, Thomas Claiborne, John Waller, Sheriff; W. Claiborne, Capt.; Abraham Willson, Corn't, John Leigh. The records of K & Q were lost but since Capt. John Leigh received the bulk of Col. Leigh's estate (Provision seems to have been made for the purchase of other lands for the widow and younger children qv.) I assume he was the eldest son, & William Leigh, the younger. I am not certain about Matthew Lay across the Mattaponi River (Va State Library, Land Patents' Book #10, p. 47.)


William Leigh, son of Col. William Leigh hath a quarter in the old Stone Neck below Mr. Fortson's store on the West side of Great Harquake Creek in the said Parish of St. Stephens on the North side of Mattapony River. Guy Smith, Clerk of the County of K & Q. 19 Dec. 1711.


William Lea, K & Q Co., Virginia dated Oct. 16, 1703 warrant directed to Matthew Page, Esq. Escheator for said county of King & Queen. 100 acres of land in K & Q from Thomas Ware, dec'd. William Lea purchases it adjacent to John Madison's Mill, being on the North side of the Mattapony River in St. Stephens Parish. Corner hickory of John Taylor's landing to Anne Wiltshires line, to Thomas Camp's line, Rec, Dec. 4, 1714 (Land Pat. Book 10, p.214, Va State Library.)


600 acres K & Q North side of Mattapony River beginning with Frederick Fortson's corner his E N E line. 100 acres, & 500 acres North side of Mattapony River beg. with Fortson's corner near branch of Harquake Creek adjoining Thomas Hickman to back line of Fortson acres to Ralph Mazey, Oct. 1, 1661, New Kent Co. & 500 acres Sept. 12, 1665 for transporting 10 persons, escheated from Ralph Mazey (Major?) Aug. 21, 1703 & purchased by Mary Leigh, Valentine Ware & William Haines. Recorded May 2, 1705 (Land Pat. Book 5, p. 488, Book 9, p. 657.)


Also on May 2, 1705, Madam Mary Leigh, Valentine Ware (deed K & Q 1731-1) & William Haines purchase 260 acres, K & Q County (originally New Kent Co. adjacent Peter Ward or Ware which he bought of Col. William Claybourne E N E to lands of Edward ________ (Cardingbrooke) to John __________, Matthew Jennings of William Henderson Feb. 22, 1666, Rec. April 23, 1681, Book 7.)
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[S878] [S909] [S910] [S909] [S909] [S3311]


                                                               __
                                                              |  
                         _William LEA\LEIGH I "the Immigrant"_|
                        | (1588 - 1653)                       |
                        |                                     |__
                        |                                        
 _William II LEA\LEIGH _|
| (1623 - 1703)         |
|                       |                                      __
|                       |                                     |  
|                       |_____________________________________|
|                                                             |
|                                                             |__
|                                                                
|
|--William LEA\LEIGH III
|  (1649 - 1705)
|                                                              __
|                                                             |  
|                        _____________________________________|
|                       |                                     |
|                       |                                     |__
|                       |                                        
|_______________________|
                        |
                        |                                      __
                        |                                     |  
                        |_____________________________________|
                                                              |
                                                              |__
                                                                 

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Lettice LEE

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I37771

  • RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S965]
Father: John LEE of Maryland
Mother: Susannah SMITH


Family 1 : John WHITING

                                                      _Richard LEE _________+
                                                     | (1647 - 1714) m 1674 
                        _Phillip C. LEE _____________|
                       | (1681 - 1744) m 1725        |
                       |                             |_Laetitia CORBIN _____+
                       |                               (1657 - 1706) m 1674 
 _John LEE of Maryland_|
| (1727 - ....)        |
|                      |                              ______________________
|                      |                             |                      
|                      |_Elizabeth___________________|
|                        (1680 - ....) m 1725        |
|                                                    |______________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Lettice LEE 
|  (1760 - ....)
|                                                     _John SMITH of Purton_+
|                                                    | (1690 - ....) m 1711 
|                       _Philip SMITH of Fleet's Bay_|
|                      | (1712 - ....)               |
|                      |                             |_Mary MATHEWS ________+
|                      |                               (1690 - ....) m 1711 
|_Susannah SMITH ______|
  (1730 - ....)        |
                       |                              ______________________
                       |                             |                      
                       |_____________________________|
                                                     |
                                                     |______________________
                                                                            

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Thomas MARSHALL

1660 - 31 May 1704

ID Number: I62975

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper & Westmoreland Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 1660, Culpeper Co. VA
  • DEATH: 31 May 1704, Washington Parish, Westmoreland Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2381] [S2443]
Father: MARSHALL
Mother: Jane MCCARTHY


Family 1 : Martha Jane SHERWOOD
  1. +William MARSHALL

Notes


Children:
2 Mary Ida MARSHALL b: 1697 d: 1757 + Thomas B. CAMP b: 1691 d: 1751
2 John MARSHALL b: 1682
2 Thomas MARSHALL b: 2 APR 1682 d: 22 JAN 1802; child: 3 Thomas Jr. MARSHALL b: ABT 1708 + Mary KEITH b: 28 APR 1737 d: 19 SEP 1809
2 William MARSHALL b: 1698 d: 1738
2 Elizabeth MARSHALL b: 1699
2 William MARSHALL b: 1685 d: 1757 + Elizabeth WILLIAMS b: 1727 d: 1767


                                             _Thomas MARSHALL II__+
                                            | (1545 - 1618) m 1569
                       _Thomas MARSHALL III_|
                      | (1570 - 1618) m 1595|
                      |                     |_Mary COTTON ________
                      |                       (1553 - 1629) m 1569
 _ MARSHALL __________|
| (.... - 1688) m 1623|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_Mary FITZGERALD ____|
|                       (1574 - 1633) m 1595|
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Thomas MARSHALL 
|  (1660 - 1704)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Jane MCCARTHY ______|
  (1596 - 1680) m 1623|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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[S2443]


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James PENDLETON

ABT 1850 - ____

ID Number: I85750

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1850
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS

Family 1 : Susan Ardelia SUBLETT

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Susan SMITH

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I102086

  • RESIDENCE: King William Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1956]

Family 1 : William LANGBORNE
  1. +Mary Julia LANGBORNE

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Mary USAAN

ABT 1732 - ____

ID Number: I60605

  • RESIDENCE: Prince George Co. VA and Onslow Co. NC and Orangeburg, SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1732, Prince George Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2258]

Family 1 : John COURTNEY
  1. +John COURTNEY
  2. +Jonas COURTNEY

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