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King LULACH of Scotland

____ - 1058

ID Number: I83396

  • TITLE: King
  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • OCCUPATION: Acceded 1057-58
  • DEATH: 1058, killed by Malcom III
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3107]
Father: GILCOMGAIN mac Maelbrigdi mac Ruaidhri of Scotland
Mother: GRUOCH MACKENNETH


Notes


Malcolm disposed of Macbeth's stepson, Lulach (1058) and became ruler.


Gilcomgain left a son by Gruoch, named Lulach, an infant, who thus represented the line of King Kenneth MacDuff.


                                                                                     _RUAIDHRI Earl of Moray_
                                                                                    |                        
                                                      _MAELBRIGDI Earl of Moray_____|
                                                     |                              |
                                                     |                              |________________________
                                                     |                                                       
 _GILCOMGAIN mac Maelbrigdi mac Ruaidhri of Scotland_|
| (.... - 1032)                                      |
|                                                    |                               ________________________
|                                                    |                              |                        
|                                                    |______________________________|
|                                                                                   |
|                                                                                   |________________________
|                                                                                                            
|
|--LULACH of Scotland
|  (.... - 1058)
|                                                                                    _KENNETH MacMalcolm III_+
|                                                                                   | (0950 - 1005)          
|                                                     _BOETE or Beoedhe MACKENNETH _|
|                                                    |                              |
|                                                    |                              |________________________
|                                                    |                                                       
|_GRUOCH MACKENNETH _________________________________|
                                                     |
                                                     |                               ________________________
                                                     |                              |                        
                                                     |______________________________|
                                                                                    |
                                                                                    |________________________
                                                                                                             

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Princess SUSANNA of Italy

0950 - 1003

ID Number: I33047

  • TITLE: Princess
  • RESIDENCE: IT and Ghent, Belgium
  • BIRTH: 0950, of Ivrea, Luxembourg
  • DEATH: 1003, Ghent, Belgium
  • BURIAL: Ghent, Belgium
  • RESOURCES: See: [S695] [S2437]
Father: BERENGER II of Italy
Mother: WILLA de ARLES of Tuscany


Family 1 : ARNULF II "the Young" Count of Flanders
  1. +BALDWIN IV "The Forester" of Flanders
  2. +EUDES de CAMBRAI

Notes


Aka: Suzanna Rosalie; Rosela Susanna. "Princess of Italy. Heiress of Montreuil-sur-Mer.
Roots: Rosela (or Susanna), married Robert before 988 as her second husband.
Repudiated 992.
K: Rozalie-Susanna d'Ivree. Also Suzanne-Rosalie d'Italie. Also Rozala-Susanna de Italie-Ivrea.
Two death dates listed by RC in 1003: 13 Dec. and 26 Jan. (not 1002 and 1003 or 1003 and 1004). Pfafman says died 1 Jan. 1003."


[S2437]


                                                                    _BERENGER I of Friuli of Frankish Empire_+
                                                                   | (0843 - 0924)                           
                             _ADALBERT d' IVEREA Margrave of Ivrea_|
                            | (0870 - 0928)                        |
                            |                                      |_BERTILLE de SPOLETE ____________________+
                            |                                        (0850 - 0915)                           
 _BERENGER II of Italy______|
| (0905 - 0966) m 0936      |
|                           |                                       _ADELBERT de TUSCANY of Tuscany__________
|                           |                                      | (0850 - ....)                           
|                           |_ERMENGARDE of Tuscany________________|
|                             (0870 - ....)                        |
|                                                                  |_________________________________________
|                                                                                                            
|
|--SUSANNA of Italy
|  (0950 - 1003)
|                                                                   _ADALBERT Marquis of Tuscany_____________
|                                                                  | (0855 - 0915)                           
|                            _BOSO Marquis of Tuscany______________|
|                           | (0899 - 0940)                        |
|                           |                                      |_BERTHA de LORRAINE of Lorraine__________+
|                           |                                        (0863 - 0925)                           
|_WILLA de ARLES of Tuscany_|
  (0921 - 0966) m 0936      |
                            |                                       _RUDOLPH I de BOURGOGNE of Burgundy______+
                            |                                      | (0847 - 0911) m 0888                    
                            |_WILLA de BOURGOGNE of Burgundy_______|
                              (0906 - ....)                        |
                                                                   |_WILLA de VIENNE of Vienne & Provence____+
                                                                     (0867 - 0929) m 0888                    

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William Joseph BRYANT

14 Oct 1839 - 25 Jan 1900

ID Number: I58192

  • RESIDENCE: GA & McMinn Co. TN & TX & Bearden, Okfuskee Co. OK
  • BIRTH: 14 Oct 1839, Hall Co. or Tucker, De Kalb Co.Georgia
  • DEATH: 25 Jan 1900, Bearden, Indian Territory, Oklahoma
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2130]
Father: Augustus Gaines BRYANT
Mother: Mary Ann PIRKLE


Family 1 : Minerva TATE

Notes


Census: 1 Oct 1850 Paulding Co., GA
Census: 1870 McMinn Co., TN
Census: 1880 McMinn Co., TN
"Obit: From Saint Jo Tribune (Saint Jo, Texas) 9 March 1900...W.J. Bryant died at his home in Bearden, Indian Territory on the 25th of January after an illness of eleven days of Pneumonia. The deceased formerly lived near Saint Jo, Texas and is the Brother of S. A. Bryant and Mrs. T. A. (Texanna) Bryant Aldriedge, Saint Joe, W. J. Bryant was in McMinn Co, TN from about 1862-1885. He is then found in Montague Co, Texas from Abt 1886 to Abt 1898 and then he went to Bearden, Oklahoma where he died.
Children
Ambrose BRYANT b: 1868 in McMinn Co., TN
James M. BRYANT b: 11 Aug 1870 in Meigs Co., TN
Alice BRYANT b: 1873 in Meigs Co., TN
Joseph Joe BRYANT b: 1875 in Meigs Co., TN
Motey Mollie BRYANT b: 21 Sep 1877 in Meigs Co., TN
Oma D. BRYANT b: 31 Jan 1881 in Meigs Co, TN
William Augusta BRYANT b: Abt. 1880
Charles Wilson and Oma Bryant were killed on their wedding day.
She was born Jan 31, 1881 and died June 29, 1899 in Beardon. Oklahoma.
OBIT: Died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. (William Joe) Bryant, at Bearden, Creek Nation. Miss Oma Bryant, in the 18th year of her life. Born Jan 31, 1881, died June 27, 1899, at 10 o'clock A.M. In the midst of life we are death, and as mourn the sad loss of one we loved and cherished, yet we bough submissive to the will of our father in heaven who does all things for the best, and we feel assured that while this sad death is a loss to us it is her gain in heaven.
For many days she suffered here;
but now its at an end
while her body sleeps in death
in Christ she has a friend


2 William Joseph BRYANT b: 14 Oct 1839 d: 25 Jan 1900 + Minerva TATE b: 1842 d: Aft. 1881
Children:
3 Ambrose BRYANT b: 1868 d: Bet. 1880 - 1885
3 James M. BRYANT b: 11 Aug 1870 d: 13 Jun 1892
3 Alice BRYANT b: 1873 + William Bill STRATTON b: Abt. 1873
3 Joseph Joe BRYANT b: 1875 + Clemmie BAKER b: Abt. 1875
3 Motey Mollie BRYANT b: 21 Sep 1877 d: 2 Dec 1964 + John M. HOWELL b: Abt. 1877
3 Oma D. BRYANT b: 31 Jan 1881 d: 27 Jun 1899 + Charles WILSON d: 27 Jun 1899
3 William Augusta BRYANT b: Abt. 1880


m2 + Nancy TATE b: Nov 1841 d: Abt. 1864
3 William Augusta BRYANT b: 7 Sep 1862 d: 17 Feb 1904 + Mary C. WILLIAMS b: Abt. 1863 d: 9 Apr 1882 + Irene Bidwell WHITE b: 14 Jun 1869 d: 29 Oct 1940



                                                 _James BRYANT Jr.____+
                                                | (1739 - ....) m 1770
                           _Stephen BRYANT Sr.__|
                          | (1785 - 1871) m 1809|
                          |                     |_Jane FORSEE ________+
                          |                       (1739 - 1840) m 1770
 _Augustus Gaines BRYANT _|
| (1810 - 1882) m 1831    |
|                         |                      _____________________
|                         |                     |                     
|                         |_Mary Ann GREEN _____|
|                           (1792 - 1866) m 1809|
|                                               |_____________________
|                                                                     
|
|--William Joseph BRYANT 
|  (1839 - 1900)
|                                                _____________________
|                                               |                     
|                          _Jacob PIRKLE _______|
|                         | (1763 - ....)       |
|                         |                     |_____________________
|                         |                                           
|_Mary Ann PIRKLE ________|
  (1811 - 1886) m 1831    |
                          |                      _____________________
                          |                     |                     
                          |_Elizabeth SAUNDERS _|
                            (1757 - ....)       |
                                                |_____________________
                                                                      

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Elisha ESTES

1703 - ____

ID Number: I102666

  • RESIDENCE: King and Queen Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1703, St. Stevens, King & Queen, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3462]
Father: Abraham ESTES "the Immigrant"
Mother: Barbara BROCK


Notes


Elisha ESTES b: 1703 in St. Stevens, King & Queen, Virginia

                                                       __
                                                      |  
                                 _____________________|
                                |                     |
                                |                     |__
                                |                        
 _Abraham ESTES "the Immigrant"_|
| (1647 - 1720) m 1682          |
|                               |                      __
|                               |                     |  
|                               |_____________________|
|                                                     |
|                                                     |__
|                                                        
|
|--Elisha ESTES 
|  (1703 - ....)
|                                                      __
|                                                     |  
|                                _Robert BROCK _______|
|                               | (1640 - ....)       |
|                               |                     |__
|                               |                        
|_Barbara BROCK ________________|
  (1667 - 1720) m 1682          |
                                |                      __
                                |                     |  
                                |_____________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |__
                                                         

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John T. FINLEY

3 Jun 1832 - 8 Aug 1886

ID Number: I81026

  • RESIDENCE: Rush Co. IN and Cape Girardeau Co. MO and IN Terr. OK
  • BIRTH: 3 Jun 1832, Flat Rock, Rush Co. Indiana
  • DEATH: 8 Aug 1886, Indian Territory (Oklahoma)
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3061]

Family 1 : Emaline Lavina JONES

Notes


Children:
2 Nonia FINLEY b: 19 NOV 1862 d: 03 OCT 1863
2 Lincoln Clarence FINLEY b: 28 APR 1865 d: 19 FEB 1948 + Myrtle Almieta BANE b: abt 1863 d: 03 FEB 1885 + Effie Melvina HIGHTOWER b: 1875 d: 1951
2 Joseph T. FINLEY b: 09 MAY 1870 d: 20 SEP 1940 + Marie Cecilia FERGUSON b: 26 FEB 1879 d: 11 MAY 1965
2 John Darman FINLEY b: 1871 d: 1871

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William G. GILLENTINE

____ - ____

ID Number: I65105


Family 1 : Margaret HURT

Notes


Msg posted by SueTiffany@aol.com 21 May 2002 (her line).

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John HOGE

abt 1685 or 1699 - Oct 1754

ID Number: I98934

  • RESIDENCE: Perth Amboy, NJ and Lancaster Co. PA
  • BIRTH: abt 1685 or 1699, Perth Amboy, New Jersey
  • DEATH: Oct 1754, Hogetown, nine miles west of Harrisburg, Lancaster Co. Pennsylvania
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S3591]
Father: William HOGE "the Immigrant"
Mother: Barbara HUME


Family 1 : Gwennthleen BOWEN
  1.  John HOGE
  2.  David HOGE

Notes


i. John Hoge (b. 1685) our line, could have possibly gone to South Carolina as a John and George Hoge are listed there. John, the oldest son, as has been said, was the only one of the sons who remained in Pennsylvania.


"Here his eldest son John remained, founding the village of Hogetown. In the church founded by him in 1734, there still exist an old communion service of hammered pewter and a pulpit Bible, the gifts of his family. From him is sprung a branch of the family, scattered from New York to California, but chiefly found in Pennsylvania; men of substance and character; bakers, lawyers, judges, members of Congress, with now and then a minister of the Gospel; leaders in church and state."


"Thirdly my will is yet my son John Hoge shall fully be possed of yet tract of land yet I made over to him by Deed of Gift."


William's will was filed and recorded in Frederick County but not probated. His second wife Mary, declined accepting the provisions thereof, and claimed her dower. The land came into the possession of the Rev. John Hoge, the heir-at-law, he being the eldest son. In 1745, he conveyed to the trustees of the Old Opecquon Presbyterian Church (located in what is now Kernstown) two acres for a burying ground, but did not, as frequently stated, donate the church lot.


3 Twelve Children HOGE b: BET 1720 AND 1745;


From: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~monticue/hogg_line.htm
"John Hoge married, as will be seen hereafter, a Welch heiress, Gwentholyn Bowen Davis. His son David, through a treaty with the Indian Chief Catfish, purchased almost the whole of what is now Washington county, Pennsylvania, and with his nephew, David Reddick, afterwards Vice-President of Pennsylvania, laid out the town of Catfish, now Washington. His sons, John and William, were both members of Congress; another son, David (see his record)


The Rev. William Henry Foot of Romney, W Va., in his "Sketches of Virginia", second series give the children as follows:


While the family lived in Chester Co., John Hoge married Gwentholyn Bowen, a Welch woman. John Hoge had four sons, John Hoge, Bunyan Hoge, Jonathan Hoge, and David Hoge, and four daughters.


From the Family of Hoge by James Hoge, the following children were listed:
i John Hoge Jr., Minister, born 1723; died February 11, 1807, married Elizabeth Lennox
ii David Hoge, born 1725, died December 7, 1804, married Miss Walker.
iii Jonathan Hoge, born July 23, 1727, died April 19, 1800, married Isabella Armstrong.
iv Benjamin Hoge, died young
v Molly Hoge, married William Clark, issue unknown
vi Elizabeth Hoge, born 1730, married William Walker
vii Rachel Hoge, married John Redick.
vii Sarah Hoge, married George Reynolds
viii Rebecca Hoge, died young
ix Abigail Hoge, married Joseph Wallace.





[S3591]


                                                                   __
                                                                  |  
                                _(RESARCH QUERY) HOGE HOGG HOGUE _|
                               |                                  |
                               |                                  |__
                               |                                     
 _William HOGE "the Immigrant"_|
| (1660 - 1749) m 1689         |
|                              |                                   __
|                              |                                  |  
|                              |__________________________________|
|                                                                 |
|                                                                 |__
|                                                                    
|
|--John HOGE 
|  (.... - 1754)
|                                                                  __
|                                                                 |  
|                               __________________________________|
|                              |                                  |
|                              |                                  |__
|                              |                                     
|_Barbara HUME ________________|
  (1667 - 1745) m 1689         |
                               |                                   __
                               |                                  |  
                               |__________________________________|
                                                                  |
                                                                  |__
                                                                     

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Gen. Andrew PORTER

24 Sep 1743 - 16 Nov 1813

ID Number: I89651

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • RESIDENCE: Harrisburg, PA
  • BIRTH: 24 Sep 1743, Worcester Twp, Montgomery, Pennsylvania
  • DEATH: 16 Nov 1813, Harrisburg, , Dauphin, Pennsylvania
  • BURIAL: Harrisburg Cem, Harrisburg, Dauphin, PA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3329]

Family 1 : Elizabeth MCDOWELL
  1. +Elizabeth Rittenhouse PORTER
Family 2 : Elizabeth PARKER
  1.  David Rittenhouse PORTER Gov. of Pennsylvania
  2.  George Bryan PORTER Gov. of Michigan Terr.
  3.  James Madison PORTER

Notes


1st wife unknown; Marriage: 10 MAR 1767; or Elizabeth McDowell (Wife)
Children:
Robert Porter b. 10 Jan 1768 in Philadelphia,, PA
Elizabeth Rittenhouse Porter b. 27 Sep 1769 in (Montgomery),, PA


Mary Porter b. 12 Mar 1771
Andrew Porter b. 9 Apr 1773
William Porter b. 9 Apr 1773


2nd wife, Elizabeth Parker (Wife) b. 23 Aug 1751 Marriage: 20 MAY 1777
Children:
Charlotte Porter b. 1 Feb 1778
Anna Maria Porter b. 1 Jan 1781
Alexander Parker Porter b. 8 May 1782
John Ewing Porter b. 11 May 1784
Harriet Porter b. 19 Oct 1786
David Rittenhouse Porter b. 31 Oct 1788
George Bryan Porter b. 9 Feb 1791
James Madison Porter b. 6 Jan 1793


"As a lad young Porter received meagre educational advantages, but he was of a studious disposition, and learned mathematics under Patrick Mennon, an Irish schoolmaster in the neighborhood of his father's farm. He began teaching in the country, but upon the advice of David Rittenhouse, the famous astronomer, he removed to Philadelphia and opened a mathematical school, and conducted it with success for a number of years. The accounts of Mr. Porter's entry upon his Revolutionary career are conflicting. According to a sketch in the Pennsylvania Magazine of History (Vol IV, p263) he was commissioned by Congress, June 19 1776, a captain of marines on the frigate Effingham. The Effingham was an armed boat of the Pennsylvania Navy, but the name of Captain Porter does not appear on the muster rolls. In Heitman's "Historical Register" his record is given as lieutenant of the 4th Md. Battalion of the "Flying Camp," from June to December 1776. This is probably correct, as his record is a continuous one afterward. He was appointed 1st lieutenant of the 5th Reg't Md. Line, Dec 10 1776, and captain in the 2nd captain in the 2nd Continental Artillery, Col. Lamb, Jan 1 1777. He was transferrd to the 4th Continental Artillery, COl. Proctor, Jan 1 1781, with which he served until the close of the war. He was promoted to be major Apr 17 1781, and lieutenant-colonel commandant, Jan 1 1782. Captain Porter was in command of a battery at the battles of Princeton, Brandywine, and Germantown. At Brandywine he was commended on the field by Gen. Washington for gallant conduct in that action.


In 1779 he served in Gen. James Clinton's brigade, in General Sullivan's expedition against the Indians. When it was determined to invest Yorktown, Col. Porter was directed to take charge of the laboratory at Philadelphia, where the ammunition for the seige was prepared. He objected to being removed from service in the field to assume the direction of what was generally regarded as a mere chemical laboratory, but his objections were silenced by a letter from the Commander-in-chief. "You say that you are desirous of being placed in that situation in which you render your country the most efficient services." Gen Washington wrote. "Our success depends much on the manner in which our cartridges, bombs, and matches are prepared. The eye of science is required to superintend their preparation; and if the information of Gen. Knox, who knows you well and intimately, is to be depended on, there is no
officer in the army better qualified than yourself for the station I have assigned to you."
Col. Porter was concerned in one affair during the Revolution of which he was averse to speaking in later years. One day in October, 1781, in a coffee house in Philadelphia, Porter heard Major Benjamin Eustis, a Masschusetts officer, then serving in the 4th Artillery, say: "He is nothing but a ___schoolmaster." Porter asked if the words were intended for him, and received an answer that means a response in the affirmative. "I have been a schoolmaster, sir," Porter replied, "and have not forgotten my vocation," and after these words he struck Eustis with the flat of his sword. A duel followed in the Cadwallader garden at Ninth and Arch Sts., in which Major Eustis fell at the first fire, shot through the heart. A court martial was ordered, at which Porter was acquitted and he became Eustis' successor in the 4th Artillery.


After the Revolution Colonel Porter was offered the chair of mathematics in the University of Pennsylvania, but he declined it and retired to a farm that he had purchased in Montgomery County. He served as a commissioner in behalf of Pennsylvania for running the boundary lines between Pennsylvania and Virginia, and Pennsylvania and what is now Ohio, 1783-87. He left an interesting journal of his share in the work, which was printed in the Pennsylvania Magazine, Vol. IV, pp 268-80. In 1800, he was appointed with General Irvine and Boude to settle the controversies of the Pennsylvania claimants in the seventeen townships in the county of Luzerne, but he resigned in the spring of 1801. He was also appointed brigadier-general of the First Brigade, Second Division P.M., in 1800, and he succeeded Gen. Peter Muhlenberg as major-general of the division. In April 1809, he was appointed by Governor Snyder, Surveyor General of Pennsylvania, and filled this office until his death. At the outbreak of the second war with Great Britian, General Porter was offered a commission as brigadier-general in the U.S.Army, but he declined it because of his advanced year. [Ref: Helm p173-174]"






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John H. SILVEY

ABT 1839 - ____

ID Number: I52501

  • RESIDENCE: of TN & MO & IL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1839, Illinois
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1891] [S2465]
Father: Martin SILVEY


Family 1 :
  1. +Corbin Alfred SILVEY

Notes


Elizabeth ? (spouse of John H.) Silvey (Wife); son of Martin Silvey.
Children:
Sarah J. Silvey
Mary F. Silvey
John W. Silvey
Thomas A. Silvey
James M. Silvey
Alberta Silvey
Corbin A Silvey
Rosie L. Silvey




                                             __
                                            |  
                       _William C. SILVEY __|
                      | (1780 - ....)       |
                      |                     |__
                      |                        
 _Martin SILVEY ______|
| (1812 - ....)       |
|                     |                      __
|                     |                     |  
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |__
|                                              
|
|--John H. SILVEY 
|  (1839 - ....)
|                                            __
|                                           |  
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |__
|                     |                        
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      __
                      |                     |  
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |__
                                               

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Anne STOKELEY

1647 - ____

ID Number: I90309

  • RESIDENCE: Accomac Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1647, Accomac Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS

Family 1 : Henry TOWLES Sr. "the Immigrant"
  1. +Stockeley TOWLES

Notes


Father:John Stockley Died: 3 Feb 1669/70 at: Assawoman, Accomack, Va ; Mother:Elizabeth Woodman

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(RESEARCH QUERY) TALIAFERRO of old Virginia

____ - ____

ID Number: I17126

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S18]

Family 1 :
  1. +John TALIAFERRO
  2. +William Francis TALIAFERRO
  3.  Alexander Spotswood TALIAFERRO
  4.  Peachy TALIAFERRO
  5.  Richard Sterling TALIAFERRO
  6.  Alexander Galt TALIAFERRO C.S.A.
  7.  Lawrence TALIAFERRO
  8.  Sinclair TALIAFERRO

Notes


Some loose Taliaferros Grouped here for Research purposes - relationship of kids on this card to each other is not determined yet, but each ones descendants are. please write jbass@digital.net.


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Catherine VEREUL

ABT 1615 - ____

ID Number: I20443

  • RESIDENCE: Rouen, Normandy, France
  • BIRTH: ABT 1615
  • RESOURCES: See: [S667]
Father: Pierre VEREUL
Mother: Ann COUILLARD



                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _Jean VEREUL ________|
                      | (1535 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Pierre VEREUL ______|
| (1575 - 1632) m 1603|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Catherine VEREUL 
|  (1615 - ....)
|                                            _ COUILLARD _________
|                                           | (1525 - ....)       
|                      _Baptiste COUILLARD _|
|                     | (1545 - 1625)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Ann COUILLARD ______|
  (1579 - 1649) m 1603|
                      |                      _ NEPVEU ____________
                      |                     | (1522 - ....)       
                      |_Jehanne NEPVEU _____|
                        (1550 - 1626)       |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Mary WAGGLE

ABT 1790 - ____

ID Number: I70792

  • OCCUPATION: early Kentucky Pioneer
  • RESIDENCE: KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1790
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio

Family 1 : Raven FOLLIS
  1. +Shelby B. FOLLIS

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