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EUPHROSYNA

____ - ____

ID Number: I56650


Family 1 : GEZA II of Hungary
  1. +BELA III of Hungary

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Mary Catherine ALVIS

25 Jan 1869 - 6 Feb 1957

ID Number: I29959

  • RESIDENCE: Nacogdoches Co. TX
  • BIRTH: 25 Jan 1869, Nacogdoches Co. TX
  • DEATH: 6 Feb 1957, Nacogdoches Co. TX
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1164]
Father: William Warren ALVIS C.S.A.
Mother: Frances Cathryn ARMSTRONG


Family 1 : John H. MILEY

                                                       _Zachariah C. ALVIS ________+
                                                      | (1783 - 1840) m 1809       
                               _William Carter ALVIS _|
                              | (1810 - 1868)         |
                              |                       |_Peggy Pheraby BARNETT _____
                              |                         (1780 - 1825) m 1809       
 _William Warren ALVIS C.S.A._|
| (1841 - 1939) m 1864        |
|                             |                        ____________________________
|                             |                       |                            
|                             |_Mary Elizabeth AIKEN _|
|                               (1810 - ....)         |
|                                                     |____________________________
|                                                                                  
|
|--Mary Catherine ALVIS 
|  (1869 - 1957)
|                                                      _David ARMSTRONG ___________
|                                                     | (1773 - 1847)              
|                              _James H. ARMSTRONG ___|
|                             | (1817 - 1868) m 1836  |
|                             |                       |____________________________
|                             |                                                    
|_Frances Cathryn ARMSTRONG __|
  (1844 - 1926) m 1864        |
                              |                        _Samuel HOWIE ______________
                              |                       | (1800 - 1821) m 1820       
                              |_Jane Eleanor HOWIE ___|
                                (1820 - ....) m 1836  |
                                                      |_Catherine Matilda RUSSELL _
                                                        (1800 - ....) m 1820       

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Frances ANDREWS

1749 - Oct 1824

ID Number: I77938

  • RESIDENCE: Essex and K and Q Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1749
  • DEATH: Oct 1824
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2481] [S2550]
Father: Thomas ANDREWS
Mother: Joyce GARNETT


Family 1 : Joshua GARNETT
  1. +Thomas GARNETT
  2.  William Andrews GARNETT
  3. +Henry GARNETT

                                             _(RESEARCH QUERY) ANDREWS ________
                                            |                                  
                       _Thomas ANDREWS _____|
                      | (1700 - ....)       |
                      |                     |__________________________________
                      |                                                        
 _Thomas ANDREWS _____|
| (1718 - 1779)       |
|                     |                      __________________________________
|                     |                     |                                  
|                     |_Hannah STOCKDALE ___|
|                       (1700 - ....)       |
|                                           |__________________________________
|                                                                              
|
|--Frances ANDREWS 
|  (1749 - 1824)
|                                            _John GARNETT II__________________+
|                                           | (1648 - 1703) m 1670             
|                      _Thomas GARNETT _____|
|                     | (1675 - 1748) m 1700|
|                     |                     |_Ann TAYLOR ______________________
|                     |                       (1650 - 1703) m 1670             
|_Joyce GARNETT ______|
  (1720 - 1789)       |
                      |                      _Salvatore MUSCOE "the Immigrant"_
                      |                     | (1645 - ....)                    
                      |_Elizabeth MUSCOE ___|
                        (1680 - 1736) m 1700|
                                            |__________________________________
                                                                               

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Jarret BOWLING

18 Jan 1762 - 2 Jan 1857

ID Number: I44109

  • RESIDENCE: Stafford and Tazewell Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 18 Jan 1762, Stafford Co., Virginia
  • DEATH: 2 Jan 1857, Knob Mountain, Tazewell Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S3459]
Father: Benjamin BOWLING Jr.
Mother: Winifred GARRISON


Family 1 : Eleanor GARRISON
  1. +Henry BOWLING
  2.  William BOWLING
  3. +Elizabeth BOWLING
  4.  Lindsey BOWLING

Notes


Children:
2 William Boling b: ABT 1785 + Levina Asbury b: 1784/85
2 Lindsey Bowling b: 1803 d: 1870 + Virginia Levicie Brooks b: ABT 1803 + Ruth M. Barnett b: ABT 1803
2 Wesley Bowling b: ABT 1803
2 Nelly Bowling b: ABT 1803
2 Polly Bowling b: ABT 1803 + Mr. Gose b: ABT 1803


                                               _Simon BOWLING ______
                                              | (1680 - ....)       
                        _Benjamin BOWLING Sr._|
                       | (1700 - 1767) m 1725 |
                       |                      |_Jean WADE __________
                       |                        (1682 - ....)       
 _Benjamin BOWLING Jr._|
| (1732 - ....)        |
|                      |                       _____________________
|                      |                      |                     
|                      |_Mary LANHAM _________|
|                        (1704 - 1735) m 1725 |
|                                             |_____________________
|                                                                   
|
|--Jarret BOWLING 
|  (1762 - 1857)
|                                              _____________________
|                                             |                     
|                       ______________________|
|                      |                      |
|                      |                      |_____________________
|                      |                                            
|_Winifred GARRISON ___|
  (1732 - ....)        |
                       |                       _____________________
                       |                      |                     
                       |______________________|
                                              |
                                              |_____________________
                                                                    

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John BRASHEAR

BEF 1825 - ____

ID Number: I70201

  • RESIDENCE: Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: BEF 1825
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2684] [S951]
Father: John R. BRASHEAR
Mother: Sarah Martha Jane "Jane" MCCANTS


Notes


not in 1840 census, may have died early.

                                                           _Jesse BRASHEARS ____________+
                                                          | (1733 - 1788) m 1755        
                                     _Philip BRASHEAR ____|
                                    | (1760 - 1825)       |
                                    |                     |_Elizabeth PRATHER (PRATER) _+
                                    |                       (1740 - 1804) m 1755        
 _John R. BRASHEAR _________________|
| (1795 - ....) m 1820              |
|                                   |                      _____________________________
|                                   |                     |                             
|                                   |_UNNAMED_____________|
|                                     (1760 - ....)       |
|                                                         |_____________________________
|                                                                                       
|
|--John BRASHEAR 
|  (1825 - ....)
|                                                          _Thomas MCCANTS Sr.__________+
|                                                         | (1741 - 1791) m 1775        
|                                    _Samuel MCCANTS _____|
|                                   | (1778 - 1818) m 1800|
|                                   |                     |_ BURGESS ___________________+
|                                   |                       (1740 - 1778) m 1775        
|_Sarah Martha Jane "Jane" MCCANTS _|
  (1800 - ....) m 1820              |
                                    |                      _John PACKER ________________
                                    |                     | (1750 - ....)               
                                    |_Margaret PACKER ____|
                                      (1780 - ....) m 1800|
                                                          |_____________________________
                                                                                        

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James Pled BURTON

Feb 1888 - ____

ID Number: I24592

  • BIRTH: Feb 1888
  • RESOURCES: See: [S887]

Family 1 : Mildred Rose HOWDEN
  1. +Jack Richard BURTON

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Anna CHEWNING


!LIVING

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William GILES

1650 - 2 Apr 1694

ID Number: I72571

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1650, Henrico Parish, Virginia
  • DEATH: 2 Apr 1694, Henrico Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: KPJ5-7K)

Family 1 : Bethenia KNOWLES
  1. +Mary GILES

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William A. GOLSON

ABT 1710 - ____

ID Number: I33875

  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania & Orange Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1710
  • RESOURCES: See: [S938] [S2163]

Family 1 : Susanna COLLINS

Notes


From http://www.logicsouth.com/~genealogy/golson.shtml. jeffries@netside.com
"1. William1 GOLSON (SR) He married Susanna (COLLINS) Golson. Children of William GOLSON (SR) and Susanna COLLINS were as follows: Lewis2 GOLSON (MAJ).) (William1), born 1730 in Virginia; died aft 1790 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina; buried in Caw Caw Swamp, Orangeburgh, South Carolina. He married on 19 Dec 1752 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina Elizabeth."

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WILLIAM MAINWARING

1396 - 1499

ID Number: I31505

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: 1396, Over-Peover, Cheshire, England
  • DEATH: 1499
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1033] [S2818]
Father: RANDLE MAINWARING
Mother: MARGERY VENABLES


Family 1 : MARGARET de WARREN
  1. +THOMAS MAINWARING of Ightfield

                                             __
                                            |  
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |__
                      |                        
 _RANDLE MAINWARING __|
| (1360 - 1456) m 1391|
|                     |                      __
|                     |                     |  
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |__
|                                              
|
|--WILLIAM MAINWARING 
|  (1396 - 1499)
|                                            __
|                                           |  
|                      _HUGH de VENABLES ___|
|                     | (1325 - 1383)       |
|                     |                     |__
|                     |                        
|_MARGERY VENABLES ___|
  (1370 - 1459) m 1391|
                      |                      __
                      |                     |  
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |__
                                               

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Thomas MARSHALL

ABT 1650 - ABT 1690

ID Number: I81854

  • RESIDENCE: Charles Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1650
  • DEATH: ABT 1690, Charles Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2930]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) MARSHALL of Charles Co. MD


Family 1 :
  1.  Richard MARSHALL

Notes


"Spouse Unknown. I believe Thomas to be an early son of William I and Richard is the child bound to Rozer.


Province of Maryland -Publick Levy & Payments of 1681 An Act for Paymt & Assessing the Publicke Charges of this province - Introduction


At each session of the General Assembly, a determination would be made as to the total current debt, and that total divided by the number of taxables. The following is not a list of taxables, but of those to whom payments were due for goods and services rendered. Some payments were for the cost of the Assembly itself, but the majority of those listed below were probably receiving payment for militia duty (other than by statutory exception, all "able-bodied" men between the ages of sixteen and sixty were required to be available for militia training and duty).


to Tho: Richardson, to Tho: Marshall, to Wm Wilkenson to Tho: Clarges, & to Edwd Thomas each Forty pds of tob, to Thomas Marshall, to Marke Child, to Tho: Browne, to Jno Baker, to Wm Bennett to Phillipp Pitch, to Jacob Jenifer, to Marke Child, & to John Clarges each Thirty pds of Tob, to Mich: Jude Twenty Six pds of tob, to Tho: Jones, to Mathias Walrauen, to Waltr Thomas, to Tho: Marshall, to Richd Lowe, to Wm Westbury, to John Wright, to Jno Tilliard to John Melton, to Arthur Tayler, to Jno Wright, to John Hill Junr to Wm Choice, to Tho: Richardson, & to Lawrence Richardson, each Twenty pds of Tob,
to Tho: Marshall one hundred pds of Tob,
====
Phillip COMBES was probably the same who was residing in Charles County during this time period. John COURT, listed only a few names up from the group in which Phillip was listed, lived adjacent to a Phillip COMBES of Combes Purchase in 1670 (on the Wiccomico River). Thomas MARSHALL, listed only two names above John COURT, was a millright at Allen's Mill, either part of, or adjacent to, the Combes Purchase tract (See Combs Land of Charles County). Of those listed near to Phillip COMBES:
======
One Col. James SMALLWOOD of Charles County died testate ca 1714 naming, among others, wife, Mary, who relinquished her rights under his will on 12 Jun 1714. (Wills, 14:31). In 1717, Mary HERBERT, wife of Alexander HERBERT, administered the estate (presumably his wife, but possibly daughter, Mary TAYLER, named in his will). (Accounts, 37b:135) Lt. George GODFREY was perhaps the Lt. GODFREY of "Godfrey's Rebellion" mentioned in the Thomas MARSHALL case in which Phillip COMBES of Charles testified in 1681/1682.
===
1681-1682 Philip COOMES testifies against Thomas MARSHALL of Allen's Mill, Charles County who is accused of sedition. Later in 1682 the cattle mark of Elizabeth COOMES, daughter of Phillip COOMES, is recorded in Charles County (in 1676 in Calvert County, Joane BEALL, wife of John BEALL, Sr. and widow of Robert TYLOR and Capt. George REID (READ), makes a bequest to her goddaughter, Elizabeth COOMES, perhaps of a cow?)


1684 Phillip COMBS is again listed as the debtor of Samuel RASPIN in Charles County records (and Thomas MARSHALL, the seditionist, is still the administrator, too).
====
5 Nov 1681 is presumed from an entry in the Journal of the Upper House of the Assembly of Maryland on that date:
Then read a Petition from Diverse the Inhabitants above the head of Wicocomoco River and Divers other parts of this Province Praying an Act of Assembly for Building houses Convenient by the Water Side for Sheltering Tobaccos of the Forresters either at the Charge of the Forresters or owners of the Land, by a Jury to be Asscertained at what rates ...


A Letter also to Mr CARVILE one of the Members of the Lower house to speak to the Same Subscribed by James BOWLING, Thomas MUDD, Richard LLOYD, William BOARMAN Junr, John DENT, William ROSEWELL, Thomas TURNER, Thomas MARSHALL, Abraham COOMBES, and Thomas GRUNWIN


All of the above men appear to have been of St. Clements Manor: James BOWLING married Mary BROOKE, daughter of Elinor HATTON (d/o Richard and Margaret), who married 2nd Henry DARNELL. Mary BROOKE BOWLING married 2nd Benjamin HALL, s/o Richard of Calvert County.


Thomas TURNER was the s/o Thomas TURNER, Sr. (died St. Mary's 1662), 2nd husband of Emmar LANGWORTH, and step-son of William ROSEWELL, the 3rd husband of Emma LANGWORTH), who had married first William JOHNSON (died St. Mary's 1656), and was the sister of James LANGWORTH who died ca 1660 in St. Mary's or Charles County.


Thomas MARSHALL may have been the same against whom Phillip COMBES testified in Charles County.
==
07 Jan 1686/7 St. Mary's County. 9.459. Inventory of Robert LEE. 54.16.5. the amount of the inventory also included #12282. Appraisers: Garratt VANSWERINGEN, Thomas BEAL. List of debts: Michall TANEY, Robert CARVILE, Col. DIGGS, Mr. Anthony UNDERWOOD for note on Michael TANEY, Thomas MARSHALL, George SULIVAN, John KOCK, GEORGE COOME, Gilbert CLARK, John SKREECH, John HARRIS, Samson STODDART. (Abstracts of the Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland. 1685-1701 Libers 9,10,101C, 11A, 11B Volume 3 Compiled by V.L. Skinner. Published by Family Line Publications)
===
http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/md/charles/land.htm
The following incident occurred in Oct 1681, about the same time as the above petition. The records reference Phillip COMBES and Thomas MARSHALL of Allen's Mill who was apparently involved in Fendell's Rebellion of 1679 (or Lt. Godfrey's planned "break-out" of FENDALL... this not researched yet):
13 Jan 1681/2. Proceedings of the Council of Maryland. (Archives of Maryland) [69] Sr This Day at my house I haveing heard spoken by John BRACHER of our County of Thomas MARSHALL at the Mill, that he the said Thomas MARSHALL should some time about the Rebellion of Godfrey speake many dangerous & seditious words tending to the takeing away the life of your Ldspp and his honor the Chancelor now the said BRACHER pretends to me that he had acquainted your with the same long since onely he was ffearefull, not haveing untill now other proofe against him, but now prtends that he hath severall to proove the said words as namely John BROOKES, John PEMBROKE, Philip COOMES and himself, who carried a message from parson PARIS (since absconded and in Virginia as I heare) to the sd Thomas MARSHALL, which MARSHALLS words to the said BRACHER were very mutinous & seditious in my apprehension; saying that he had fourty men at his Command and fourty more he was to have out of the Troope, and he would be the man that would call out your Ldsp to speake with him and kill him, and afterwards goe to the Chancelor and doe his business for him; and as for Esqr Calvert he should doe with him well enough, and asked said BRACHER whither he would be concerned with him in his party: My Lord heareing these words spoke, I thought it my Duty to acquaint your Excellency with it for feare at one time or other tht such Rebellious villains should doe some injury to your Ldspps person, I question not but if your ordrs the abovementioned persons to be examined, but that they will declare the thing at large and much more fully then I have inserted it as above, This I thought the Duty of a ffaithfull Servtt & Subject to performe heareing such thinges against soe worthy a Propr and deserve ing a person as your Ldsp and hope soe long as I live if I heare any such thinges against person or Governmt of your Ldsp that [70] God will give me the grace as to declare the same, soe long as he lives that is subscribed viz. Rt honble Sr Your humblest & ffaithfull subject & Servant Philip LYNES
To the Rt honble the Lord Propry humbly Present This p Edmund DERMOTT.
Underneath which Letter was thus written viz.
22th Febry 1681 The Chancelor is Desired to Command the Clk of the Councill John LLEWELLIN to draw warrant for the apprehending Thomas MARSHALL of Charles County to appeare the first day the next Provll Court afore the Councill also summons for John BRACHER,* John PEMBROKE, PHILIP COOMES, by the above Letter, there is mention made of two persons named John BRACHER* but for the certainty thereof the Chancelor may send to St Johns for DIERMOTT


To Mr George BUTTLER. C: Baltemore
* John BROOKE one should be Wherevpon issued these following precepts to the Sheriff of Charles County viz.
Maryland ss:
Whereas Thomas MARSHALL of Charles County hath lately uttered and spoken diverse scandalous mutinous and seditious speeches agt his the Rt honble the Lord Propry of this Province tending not onely to the breach of his Ldspps peace and the disturbance of the Quiett Rule and Governmt of this Pro vince, but also to the takeing away the life of his said Ldsp and others of his honble Councill as to his hath been informed and sett forth.
You are therefore hereby willed and Required as also strictly charged & Comanded immediately upon sight hereof to apprehend and take into your custody the body of the sd Thomas MARSHALL and him safely keepe, soe that you have him before his Ldsp and Councill at the City of St Maries on Tuesday next the 28th instant to answer the premisses: Whereof faile not and for soc doeing this shall be your warrant Given at the sd City of St Maries the 23th Day of ffebruary in the Seaventh yeare of the Dominion of the Rt honble Charles &ca Annoq Dmi 1681:
Signed p ordr of the Rt honble the Lord Propry
p J Llewellin Cl Consil. This.


To Coll Wm Chandler high Sher. of Charles County or his Depty
[71] You are hereby willed and Required immediately upon sight hereof to summon John BRACHER John PEMBROKE and Philip COOMES of your County that all excuses sett apart they and every of them be and psonally appeare before his Ldsp and Councill at the City of St Maries on Tuesday next the 28th instant then and there to testifye and give Evidence according to the truth of their knowledge in behalfe of the Rt honble the Lord Proprs against THOMAS MARSHALL of your County also whereof they are not to faile at their perill Given at the City of St Maries the 23th Day of ffebruary in the seaventh yeare of the Dominion of the Rt honble Charles &Ca Annoq Dmi 1681:
Signed p ordr of the Rt honble the Lord Propry
p J Liewellin Cl Consil.
To Coll Wm Chandler high Sheriff of Charles County or his DeptY
(Archives of Maryland, 17:69-71)


22 Feb 1681/82 The Provincial Council issued summonses to John BRACHER, John PEMBROKE, Philip COOMES and John BROOKE in the matter of Thomas MARSHALL of Charles County, who was accused of having "lately uttered and spoken diverse scandalous mutinous and seditious speeches agt his the Rt honble the Lord Propry of this Province." The summonses were delivered by Coll. William CHANDLER, high sheriff of Charles County, and on 1 Mar 1681/2:
1 Mar 1681/2 At a Councill held at the City of St Maries the first Day of March Anno Dmi. 1681. The Rt honble the Ld Propry Philip Calvert Esqr Chancelor the honble William Calvert Esq Secry Coll Thomas Tailler Present
At wch time appeared According to summons Philip COOMBES, John PEMBROKE and John BRACHER who being severally by themselves examined gave in these following Depositions viz.
Philip COOMES upon Oath Examined saith that sometime in October last past or thereabouts he this Deponent being then very ill went to the Mill at the head of Wiccomico River to speake with Doctor GEORGE, whom this Deponent not finding there went into the Company of Thomas MARSHALL, who in his discourse in the heareing of this Deponent said he would be one of the fourty men (if he were well mounted) that should goe downe to take the Lord Propry and the honble Chancelor and kill them, for said he I have Letters now at this Present in the house, of other persons but they shall be nameless at this time, and I should not have said what I have said, but that I take you to be my ffriends all that are here.
Philip COOMES. signed
John PEMBROKE upon Oath Examined Saith that he heard Thomas MARSHALL in the presence of Philip COOMES John BROOKE and himself (being then altogether present in the Roome at the Mill) say that first he would goe to my Lord & kill him, and then downe to the Chancelor and for the rest he would doe well enough mark of John P PEMBROOKE
[81] Both the aforementioned Deponents being asked if the said MARSHALL were then in drink when he spoke those words Answered that he was not
John BRACHER upon Oath Examined saith that sometime last Summer neere the fall the Deponent haveing been at Alexander SMITHS house in Charles County to cutt a horse, went from thence to Mr HAWKINGS, from whence (after he had done his business) he also returned homewards, and Mr PARIS being then there called to this Deponent and bid him tell Mr MARSHALL that he was very angry with him that he had not heard any thing from him concerning that note he lately sent him, and that if he had any business that Required hast this Deponent should tell him that he the sd PARIS would that night lye at Ralph SHAWES; which Message this Deponent accordingly delivered to the sd MARSHALL whom he found lyeing downe upon the bed at the Mill, but rose up and asked the Deponent to pipe it, which this Deponent accepted and filled his Pipe, and in discourse the said MARSHALL broke out in this Manner, that he had fourty men ready, and fourty more he was to have out of the Troope, and he would goe downe to my Lord and call him out and kill him, and then to the Chancelor and kill him, and for the Esqr he did not much pass, or words to that effect. This Deponent then asked the said MARSHALL what he could propose to himself by these wayes the end whereof could not be expected other then hanging; the said MARSHALL replyed oh they would doe it for if they did not the Virginians would come and doe it, and that would proove an Idle business to lett strangers come and doe it for them. And told this Deponent at his Departure thus saying youle be hanged I warrant you before you'l be One. John BRACHER, signed
Thomas MARSHALL under the Custody of the Sheriff of Charles County is called in and the summe and substance of the foregoeing Evidences repeated to him who strongly denying the charge therein conteined, the same verbatim is ordered to be read distinctly to him which was done and he continued his Denyall
He is remanded into the Custody of the Sheriff of Charles County by him to be delivered up to the Sheriff of St Maries County when he comes to be safely kept in Irons untill the next Court according to the foll precept viz.
By the Lord Propry & Councill
Maryland ss:
You are hereby charged and Commanded forthwith upon sight hereof to Receive and take into your Custody the body [82] of Thomas MARSHALL herewith sent you apprehended for Mutinous and seditious speeches practices and attempts against his and him close and safely keepe bound in Irons soe that you have him before his Justices of the Provinciall Count at the next Provinciall Court to be holden at the City of St Maries. Whereof faile not at your perill and for soe doeing this shall be your warrant.
Dated at St Maries the first day of March in the Seaventh yeare of the Dominion of the Rt honble Charles &c. Annoq Dmi 1681:
Signed p ordr p J Llewellin Cl Consil.
To Major Wm Boareman high sheriff of St Maries County or his Deputy. These.
Ordered also that summons issue to the Sheriff of Charles County for John BROOKE to appeare next Court to give Evidence against the Prisoner viz.
By the Lord Propry & Councill
Maryland ss:
You are hereby willed and Required to summon John BROOKE of your County, that all excuses sett apart he be and personally appeare before his Ldspps Justices of the Provinciall Court at the next Provinciall Court to be holden for this Prov ince at the City of St. Maries then and there to testifye and give in Evidence the truth of his knowledge in behalf of the Rt honble the Ld Propry against Thomas MARSHALL also of your County. Whereof he is not to faile at his perill Dated the first day of March in the Seaventh yeare of the Dominion of the Rt honble Charles &Ca Annoq Dmi 1681:
Signed p ordr p J LLEWELLIN Cl Consil.
To Coll Wm CHANDLER high Sheriff of Charles County or his Deputy. These.
Ordered also that Philip COOMES John PEMBROKE and John BRACHER give Recogniza in the summe of twenty pounds sterl each to appeare next Provll Court to testifye against Thomas MARSHALL, wch accordingly they did in manner foll viz


Maryld. ss:
Memdu Philip COOMBES, John PEMBROKE, and John BRACHER acknowledge themselves to be holden and firmely bounden unto the Rt honble Charles Lord Baltemore Lord Propry of this Province of Maryland in the full and just summe of Twenty pounds sterling each of them to be leavyed of their goods and [83] Chattells lands and Tenemts to the proper vse and behoofe of the said Lord Propry his heyres & Assignes for Even upon condition following That if the above bounden Philip COOMES, John PEMBROKE, and John BRACHER each for himself shall be and personally appeare before his Ldspps Justices of the Provinciall Court at the next Provinciall Court to be holden at the City of St Maries then and there to testifye and give Evidence according to the truth of their knowledge in behalf of the Rt honble the Lord Propry against Thomas MARSHALL of Charles County. Then the above Recognizance to be void and of noe effect otherwise to stand remaine and be in full force power and vertue in Law. Witness their severall and respective hands and Seales to this condition the said parties severally by them selves binding the first day of March 1681:
Philip COOMES (sealed)
John PEMBROKE mark of (sealed)
John BRACHER (sealed)
Witness Ant. UNDERWOOD John LLEWELLIN
(Archives of Maryland, 17:80-83)
It is probably telling that Phillip COMBES did not himself report MARSHALL'S statements, but remained silent about them. The end of this story is not known yet (records either not extant or not searched). In 1682, however, the records tell us more of Marshall and Allen both:
14 Dec 1682 Proceedings of the Council of Maryland. (Archives of Maryland, Vol. 17:124)


To the Rt honble Charles absolute Lord & Propry of the Provs of Maryland & Avalon Ld Baron or Baltemore &ca
The humble Petition of Peter KIRWAN Francis BLAKE and James BODKIN Mrchants Esqr of the last will and Testamt of Dominick BODKIN Mrchant decd Most humbly sheweth That one John ALLEN of Charles County gentl being indebted to the said Dominick in the summe of 37200 lb tobo did for the security of repaymt thereof by his deed dated 5th Aprill 1674: mortgage to the sd Dominick a pcell of land called the Mill Damm, and the mills and houses thereon Erected, and thereunto belonging lyeing in Charles County aforesaid, and shortly afterwards the sd Dominick BODKIN made his will at Dunkirk dated the October 1674 and thereby made your Petrs Executors for the manageing all his affaires & concerns whatsoever for the drawing in of his Estate soe well in debts goods and mrchandizes Lands and houses, and all that should appertaine and belong unto him, which when done he gave to your Petr James his nephew in consideration of his good service 140 lb sterl, and after all his Debts and legacyes discharged, he gave the remaindr of his Estate to his wife & two Children to be equally divided betweene them, and he did further desire Mr Ralph GRANT decd: and your Petr James should manage all his Concernes in relation to his late voyage in this Province to whom he gave the same power as if he were liveing and presently after Dyed. That your Petrs prooved the sd will in the prerogative Court of Canterbury and gave a Letter of Attorney to Mr Richard FOOTE Mrchant of London to employ such a pson as he should think fitt in this Province to gett in the Debts due to the said Dominick BODKIN in this Province and in Virginia. That Mr FOOTE sent a Letter of Attorney to Coll Benjamin ROZER to looke after the same and. render accot to him That Coll ROZER finding the said Mortgage fforfeited for non paymt of the Debt 372001 tobo by due course of law obteined possession of the land Mills and houses, and received the profitts thereof for your petrs vse for some time That Coll ROZER hopeing to obteine the purchase of the said Mills & prmisses from your Petrs about 1: Aprill 1680: made a Covenant with one Samuel RASPIN to sell the same to him for [17:125] 22500 lb tobo if he could gett your Petrs to sell with a defeazance that if he could not procure a good Title from yor Petrs he would repay the 22500 lb tobo and pay RASPIN what charges he should be out in rebuilding and repaireing the Mills, RASPIN accounting for the profitts by him recd: RASPIN gave bond for payment of the 22500 lb tobo and entred into possession of the premisses, Hee employed Thomas MARSHALL Millwright about repaireing the same, and not long after RASPIN Dyed.
MARSHALL pretending RASPIN was indebted to him for his worke a considerable summe of Tobacco as principal1 Credito to RASPIN procured Letters of Admrcon of RASPINS Estate, which amounted to a very considerable value Sufficient to pay all RASPINS Debts with a great overplus: And to prevent the Mills and houses goeing to Decay (if not looked after) to the prejudice of the Executor of Dominick BODKIN, and the publick good, your out of your provident care for all was graciously pleased to ordr MARSHALL to continue in possession of the Mills and houses to looke after and repaire the same, till such time as the psons Interested came in, to whom he was to be accomptable & to deliver possession.


That your Petrs are the psons solely concerned in Law by said will to sell or dispose thereof for paymt of Debts and legacys, and other vses in the sd will, and your Petr James solely appointed for the managemt thereof here, that your Petr hath procured Letters Testamentary from your Ldsps Judge for probate of wills, and hath often demanded possession of the premisses of said MARSHALL, and an Accot of the profitts by him and RASPIN recd: being ready to discount and allow all just disbursemts That MARSHALL at first gave your Petr quiett possession of two Roomes belonging to the house there which your Petr kept a moneth or more, but since hath by evill Councill procured two Justices of Charles County to Impannell a Jury, and to present your Petr for a forceable Entry and Deteyner of the premisses, and the Jury not hearing your Petrs evidence found your Petr James had forceibly deteined the premisses.
That thereupon (your Petr being a stranger, and MARSHALL giveing out then and soe he doth still that he held the premisses by your LSPPS ordr and without that he would deliver possession to none, and your Petr flndeing himself soe hardly dealt with and kept out of his owne contrary to Justice) Your Petr by advice of his Councill hath been constrained (contrary to his Inclinations) to commence severall actions at law against the said MARSHALL first to recover his deed of Mortgage and Pattent for the said Land in MARSHALLS Custody,
2ndly an Accot of the profitts by him recd:
[126] 3dly for the profitts recd: by Raspin to whom he is Admr and
4thly an Ejectmt to recover possession; and being afraid MARSHALL might runn away out of this Province before your Petrs dues were paid or RASPINS Estate accompted for your Petr sued out a Ne exeat Provincia to stay his goeing till he gave security to answer the sd Actions.
That being arrested on the said writts he cannot find security but is now in the Sheriffes custody in the prison of Charles County, and yet he and his people continue to keepe possession of the said Mill, and receive the profitts thereof which is now very considerable, and will before your Petrs can bring the sd Actions to tryall in the Provll Court amount to a greate summe of Tobacco and the sd Mills and Mill Damm and houses are very much out of repaire, and if not speedily prevented the Damm will breake and the Mills be rendred useless, or at least cost a greate deale to repaire, and the sd MARSHALL not onely neglects to have the same repaired and amended, but hath also threatned with oathes in the prsence of your Petr and four other credible witnesses of the sd County, that if your Petr would not give him his Demands he would burne the Mills for he built them.
Now Forasmuch as your Petr is onely a Steward for Creditors Legatees, a widow and two Orphans, and your Petr hath a considerable duty of Debts & Legacies to discharge which cannot be paid without sale of the premisses; and if yor petr or some for him doe not looke after the same, they may in a short time (it is to be feared) stand in as much charge of repaireing as they are worth
Your Petr therefore humbly Implores your serious Consideration of yor Petrs case, and that your Ldsp will be pleased to ordr the said Mills to be putt into the possession of the sheriff of Charles County or one or two of the Justices of the peace liveing in St Maries or Charles County next adjoineing to the sd Mill, and that he or they and none else may receive the toll and profitts of the said Mill, and dispose thereof (till the determination of the accons aforesd) for the vse of such pson as by the Justices of the Provll Court shall adjudge such profitts to be paid unto, and that your Petr may retaine the possession of the two Roomes of which he was putt into possession by MARSHALL, and which he is still in possession off, that your Petr with the privacy and directions of the psons by yor Ldsp appointed as aforesd may the better oversee and see to the reparation of the Mills, Mill Damm, houses, Fences, and the prmisses aforesd
And your Petr as in Duty bound shall every pray &c.
James BODKIN
[127] To which petition his was pleased to signifie his answer in this foll precept to Coll CHANDLER high sheriff of Charles County (viz) Coll CHANDLER.
Forasmuch as Thomas MARSHALL of Charles County haveing the charge of the Mills in the sd County is attached and taken into your Custody in severall actions, for which (as we are informed) he cannot find baile, by which meanes not onely the true Owners thereof but the Inhabitants in generall Customers thereunto may susteine greate damage: Wherefore to prevent and avoid as much as may be the greate Inconveniencies as well as the Clamors and Complaints that may arise thereby on both sides, Wee have thought fitt to Authorise and Empower, and we doe hereby Authorise and Empower as also will and Require you Coll William CHANDLER high Sheriff of the aforesaid County upon receipt hereof to select and make choice of some Sufficient able pson or psons in your said County to whom you may committ the care and charge of the said Mills, and to him to committ the same dureing the confinement of the said MARSHALL or untill he shall find baile, to the end that aswell the true Owners thereof (when they appeare) may receive a true and just accompt of the profitts and perquisites thereby accrueing, and that the Mills by reason of the greate floods or other accident may not receive damage for want of some carefull skilifull pson to take the charge thereof, as also that the Inhabitants may receive the benefitt of the sd Mills accustomed: For all which this shall be your sufficient warrant. Given at St Maries the twenty Sixth day of January Anno Dmi. 1682: C: Baltemore
To Coll Wm CHANDLER high sher. of Charles County These.


On 13 Mar 1684/5, the last record found of a Phillip COMBS in Maryland for the next 30-plus years is his appearance on the debtor's list of Samuel RASPIN:
13 Mar 1684/5 Charles Co MD Liber 8:245, #29603, #69873. The List of Debtors in the Estate Accounts of Samuell RASPIN included Philip COOMES. Administrator: Thomas MARSHALL. (Abstracts Of the Inventories And Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland ,1679-1686 Libers 6, 7a, 7b, 8, V. K. Spillers)
===
Abstracts Of the Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland 1679-1686 Libers 6, 7a, 7b, 8, compiled by V. L. Skinner
Samuel Raspin 8.245 A CH #29603 #69873 Mar 13 1684
Lists of debts: Richard Asham, John Barker, John Brooks, Capt. William Barton, George Grows, John Hamble, William Hagness, Cleborne Lomax, Robert Middleton, Edward Nibbs, Richard Robinson, John Posey, George Simonds, Nicholas Skidmore, Alexander Standidge, Frances Wyne, Lawrence Young, Robert Browne, Sr. Thomas Clerke, John Compton, Philip Combs, Gilbert Crafford, Samuel Cooksey, Samuel Dodson, John Dawson, John Daniel, Col. William Diggs, Richard Edelen, Richard Hubbart, Peter Hipkins, Abraham LeMaistre, Vincent Mansell,John Shepperd, Thomas Stonestreet, Edward Savan, John turner, Gyles Wilson, John Watters, John Martin.
Payments to: Cleborne Lomax, Joshua Doyne, Thomas Hagar, Col. William Digges, Henry Hardy, Mr. John Turling, William Wells, Thomas Huzzey, Mary Dod, Richard Edelen, John Fearson, Richard Gardiner, Capt. Randolph Brandt, John Porter, James Beck, Richard Ashman, John Faning, Capt. James Neale, Capt. William Barton, Roger Futrill, Mr. Raspin, Edmond Dennis, Henry Hawkins, Philip Lynes, Richard Hes, Thomas Norris, Owen Newin, Capt. James Bowling, Dr. Hodgson, John Bearcroft, John Barnes, John Courts, Sr., Mr. Thomas Burford, William Ward, Col. Rozey, Dr. Mattocks.
Administrator: Thomas Marshall.
==
Abstracts of the Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of
Maryland. 1685-1701 Libers 9,10,101C, 11A, 11B
Volume 3 Compiled by V.L. Skinner. Published by Family Line Publications.
Robert Lee 9.459 I SM 54.16.5 Jan 7 1687
The amount of the inventory also included # 12282.
Appraisers: Garratt Vansweringen, Thomas Beal.
List of debts: Michael Taney, Robert Carvile, Col, Digges, Mr. Anthony
Underwood for note on Michael Taney, Thomas Marshall, George Sullivan,
John Kock, George Coome, Gilbert Clark, John Skreech, John Harris, Samson
Stoddart.
Michael Taney, Robert Carvile, Col, Digges, Mr. Anthony Underwood for note on Michael Taney, Thomas Marshall
======
Thomas' records follow under Richard Marshall's notes"



[S2930]


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 _(RESEARCH QUERY) MARSHALL of Charles Co. MD_|
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|                                                   
|
|--Thomas MARSHALL 
|  (1650 - 1690)
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Eugene Reynolds PENDLETON

2 Sep 1866 - 22 Mar 1870

ID Number: I85175

Original Submitter (General Source): [S3151]
  • RESIDENCE: Union Co. AR and Downey, CA
  • BIRTH: 2 Sep 1866, Jackson Towers, Union Co. Arkansas
  • DEATH: 22 Mar 1870, Downey, California
  • BURIAL: Downey Cemetery, Downey, California
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3151]
Father: Rev. William Henry PENDLETON Jr.
Mother: Sarah Cornelia REYNOLDS


Notes


Tartt Family History. Sylvia Tartt Gilder 1997

                                                                 _George Macon PENDLETON Sr._+
                                                                | (1790 - ....)              
                                    _William Henry PENDLETON Sr_|
                                   | (1819 - 1895) m 1840       |
                                   |                            |_Katherine LIPSCOMB ________
                                   |                              (1799 - ....)              
 _Rev. William Henry PENDLETON Jr._|
| (1846 - 1917) m 1865             |
|                                  |                             ____________________________
|                                  |                            |                            
|                                  |_Harriet RAINEY ____________|
|                                    (1821 - 1894) m 1840       |
|                                                               |____________________________
|                                                                                            
|
|--Eugene Reynolds PENDLETON 
|  (1866 - 1870)
|                                                                _(RESEARCH QUERY) REYNOLDS _
|                                                               |                            
|                                   _William G. REYNOLDS _______|
|                                  | (1820 - ....)              |
|                                  |                            |____________________________
|                                  |                                                         
|_Sarah Cornelia REYNOLDS _________|
  (1848 - 1912) m 1865             |
                                   |                             ____________________________
                                   |                            |                            
                                   |_Mary Anne MOORE ___________|
                                     (1820 - ....)              |
                                                                |____________________________
                                                                                             

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Elizabeth Buckner STITH

25 Oct 1762 - BEF 1862

ID Number: I104445

  • RESIDENCE: of Campbell Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 25 Oct 1762, of Campbell Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: BEF 1862
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1615]
Father: Richard STITH
Mother: Lucy Cocke HALL


Family 1 : Jesse Adams MOORMAN
  1. +Mary E. MOREMAN

                                             _Drury STITH I_______+
                                            | (1670 - 1741) m 1694
                       _Drury STITH II______|
                      | (1695 - 1740) m 1717|
                      |                     |_Susanna BATHURST ___+
                      |                       (1670 - ....) m 1694
 _Richard STITH ______|
| (1727 - 1802) m 1756|
|                     |                      _William BUCKNER Sr._+
|                     |                     | (1664 - 1716) m 1690
|                     |_Elizabeth BUCKNER __|
|                       (1695 - 1777) m 1717|
|                                           |_Katherine BALLARD __+
|                                             (1675 - 1777) m 1690
|
|--Elizabeth Buckner STITH 
|  (1762 - 1862)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Lucy Cocke HALL ____|
  (1736 - 1815) m 1756|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Eliza TYLER

1874 - ____

ID Number: I46479

  • RESIDENCE: Loudoun Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1874
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1659]
Father: Edmond A. TYLER
Mother: Ellen T. DAVIS



                                             _John TYLER _________+
                                            | (1744 - ....)       
                       _Edmond TYLER _______|
                      | (1792 - 1844) m 1830|
                      |                     |_Isabella MUSCHETT __
                      |                       (.... - 1835)       
 _Edmond A. TYLER ____|
| (1834 - 1911) m 1856|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_Mary K. SMITH ______|
|                       (1804 - 1884) m 1830|
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Eliza TYLER 
|  (1874 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Ellen T. DAVIS _____|
  (1839 - 1902) m 1856|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Martin VAUGHAN

ABT 1726 - ABT 1766

ID Number: I37196

Father: Cornelius VAUGHAN "the Immigrant"
Mother: Elizabeth LEAVELL


Family 1 : Elinor BROADDUS
Family 2 : Eleanor LEA
  1. +John VAUGHAN
  2. +Ann VAUGHAN
  3. +Nancy (Mary) Ann VAUGHAN
  4.  Cornelius VAUGHAN

Notes


Children:
1. Mary Vaughn
2. John Vaughn
3. Cornelius Vaughn b. About 1759
4. Nancy Ann Vaughn b. 30 Jun 1761 m. Michael Stucker (Husband) b. 23 Oct 1759 in Berks County, Pennsylvania Marriage: 1 MAR 1785 in Kentucky

                                                                        _____________________
                                                                       |                     
                                     __________________________________|
                                    |                                  |
                                    |                                  |_____________________
                                    |                                                        
 _Cornelius VAUGHAN "the Immigrant"_|
| (1685 - 1734) m 1720              |
|                                   |                                   _____________________
|                                   |                                  |                     
|                                   |__________________________________|
|                                                                      |
|                                                                      |_____________________
|                                                                                            
|
|--Martin VAUGHAN 
|  (1726 - 1766)
|                                                                       _ LA LAVELLE ________
|                                                                      | (1650 - ....)       
|                                    _Edward LEAVELL I "the Immigrant"_|
|                                   | (1685 - 1749) m 1704             |
|                                   |                                  |_____________________
|                                   |                                                        
|_Elizabeth LEAVELL ________________|
  (1705 - 1775) m 1720              |
                                    |                                   _____________________
                                    |                                  |                     
                                    |_Mary NIX ________________________|
                                      (1680 - 1760) m 1704             |
                                                                       |_____________________
                                                                                             

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