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Laura Etta FULTON

15 Apr 1883 - 28 Oct 1889

ID Number: I21771

  • RESIDENCE: Winston Co. MS and Bell Co. TX
  • BIRTH: 15 Apr 1883
  • DEATH: 28 Oct 1889
  • RESOURCES: See: [S142]
Father: James Madison FULTON
Mother: Mary Ann Rebecca HIGGINBOTHAM



                                                                   ____________________________________________
                                                                  |                                            
                                  _Madison FULTON ________________|
                                 | (1820 - ....)                  |
                                 |                                |____________________________________________
                                 |                                                                             
 _James Madison FULTON __________|
| (1851 - 1925) m 1870           |
|                                |                                 ____________________________________________
|                                |                                |                                            
|                                |_Matilda________________________|
|                                  (1830 - ....)                  |
|                                                                 |____________________________________________
|                                                                                                              
|
|--Laura Etta FULTON 
|  (1883 - 1889)
|                                                                  _Benjamin Graves HIGGINBOTHAM ______________+
|                                                                 | (1788 - 1862) m 1812                       
|                                 _Benjamin Toliver HIGGINBOTHAM _|
|                                | (1813 - 1870) m 1846           |
|                                |                                |_Mary "Polly" Foster LAWLESS _______________+
|                                |                                  (1795 - 1874) m 1812                       
|_Mary Ann Rebecca HIGGINBOTHAM _|
  (1849 - 1895) m 1870           |
                                 |                                 _(RESEARCH QUERY) MARSHALL of Virginia & MD_
                                 |                                |                                            
                                 |_Jane Mirriah MARSHALL _________|
                                   (1821 - 1898) m 1846           |
                                                                  |____________________________________________
                                                                                                               

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Anderson Thomas GARNETT

1789 - 2 Feb 1875

ID Number: I78438

  • RESIDENCE: VA and Woodford Co. KY and Monroe Co. MO
  • BIRTH: 1789, Virginia
  • DEATH: 2 Feb 1875, Monroe Co. Missouri
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2833]
Father: James GARNETT
Mother: Ann SHIPP


Family 1 : Fanny BROOKING

                                             _Thomas GARNETT ______+
                                            | (1675 - 1748) m 1700 
                       _James GARNETT ______|
                      | (1708 - 1776) m 1741|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth MUSCOE ____+
                      |                       (1680 - 1736) m 1700 
 _James GARNETT ______|
| (1747 - 1807)       |
|                     |                      _William TAYLOR ______+
|                     |                     | (1700 - 1756)        
|                     |_Sarah TAYLOR _______|
|                       (1723 - 1763) m 1741|
|                                           |_Dau of John GARNETT _+
|                                             (1700 - ....)        
|
|--Anderson Thomas GARNETT 
|  (1789 - 1875)
|                                            ______________________
|                                           |                      
|                      _Thomas SHIPP _______|
|                     | (1733 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |______________________
|                     |                                            
|_Ann SHIPP __________|
  (1755 - 1815)       |
                      |                      ______________________
                      |                     |                      
                      |_Rachel GRANT _______|
                        (1733 - ....)       |
                                            |______________________
                                                                   

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George W. or N. LIVERMORE

ABT 1870 - ____

ID Number: I73071

  • RESIDENCE: Eau Claire, Wisconsin
  • BIRTH: ABT 1870
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS IGI [S2746]

Family 1 : Mary Margaret van KEUREN

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maybe this person: Mary Margaret VAN KAREN (AFN: 1WTG-4XV) Birth: 1873 Humbird, Clark, Wisconsin
Spouse: George Washington LIVERMORE (AFN: 1WTG-4WN) Birth: 22 Feb 1873 Humbird, Clark, Wisconsin Death: 25 Sep 1955.
Parents:
Father: William Rufus LIVERMORE (AFN: 1WTD-5QJ)
Mother: Mary M. MILLER (AFN: 1WTG-7CV) Birth: 17 Jan 1854 m. 1870
Parents: of Wm Rufus
Father: William Rufus LIVERMORE (AFN: 1WTD-13W) son of Phenias LIVERMORE (AFN: 1WTD-11H) b 1772.
Mother: M. Lucinda A. KINYEN (AFN: 1WTD-5PB)


1880 United States Census Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Wm. LIVERMORE Self M Male W 36 NY Farmer MA PA


Mary LIVERMORE Wife M Female W 25 WI House Keeping PA PA
George LIVERMORE Son S Male W 7 WI At Home NY WI
Mary LIVERMORE Dau S Female W 5 WI NY WI
Adelbert LIVERMORE Dau S Female W 5 WI NY WI


Acta LIVERMORE Dau S Female W 3 WI NY WI
Census Place Township 26, Bridge Creek, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
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William LONGMIRE

Oct 1762 - 25 Apr 1843

ID Number: I94359

  • RESIDENCE: Goochland Co. VA and Edgefield Dist. SC and Amite Co. MS
  • BIRTH: Oct 1762, Goochland Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 25 Apr 1843, Amite Co. Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: LG3S-3P)
Father: George LONGMIRE
Mother: Frances Caroline GARRETT


Family 1 : Emmeline Anne GOODE

                                                                    ____________________________
                                                                   |                            
                             _William LONGMIRE Sr. "the Immigrant"_|
                            | (1704 - 1749)                        |
                            |                                      |____________________________
                            |                                                                   
 _George LONGMIRE __________|
| (1736 - 1785)             |
|                           |                                       ____________________________
|                           |                                      |                            
|                           |_Susannah MARSHALL ___________________|
|                             (1720 - ....)                        |
|                                                                  |____________________________
|                                                                                               
|
|--William LONGMIRE 
|  (1762 - 1843)
|                                                                   _John GARRETT III___________+
|                                                                  | (1675 - 1728) m 1705       
|                            _John GARRETT IV______________________|
|                           | (1706 - 1784)                        |
|                           |                                      |_Frances Elizabeth BUCKNER _+
|                           |                                        (1690 - 1739) m 1705       
|_Frances Caroline GARRETT _|
  (1737 - 1800)             |
                            |                                       _John SCOTT II______________+
                            |                                      | (1672 - 1729) m 1699       
                            |_Martha Frances "Patsy" SCOTT ________|
                              (1716 - 1788)                        |
                                                                   |_Judith DUDLEY _____________+
                                                                     (1679 - 1734) m 1699       

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Mary MONROE

ABT 1720 - ____

ID Number: I65834

  • RESIDENCE: Westmoreland and King George Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1720
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1932]
Father: Thomas MONROE



                                             _Andrew MONROE I "the Immigrant"_+
                                            | (1625 - 1668) m 1653            
                       _William MONROE I____|
                      | (1665 - 1737) m 1689|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth ALEXANDER ____________+
                      |                       (1632 - 1687) m 1653            
 _Thomas MONROE ______|
| (1690 - 1746)       |
|                     |                      _Thomas BOWCOCK _________________
|                     |                     | (1650 - ....)                   
|                     |_Margaret BOWCOCK ___|
|                       (1670 - 1737) m 1689|
|                                           |_________________________________
|                                                                             
|
|--Mary MONROE 
|  (1720 - ....)
|                                            _________________________________
|                                           |                                 
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_________________________________
|                     |                                                       
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      _________________________________
                      |                     |                                 
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_________________________________
                                                                              

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Mary PORTEUS

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I25092

  • RESIDENCE: Norfolk Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S933] [S2404]

Family 1 : William CORLEY

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Lt. Austin SANDIDGE

1753 - 23 Nov 1824

ID Number: I17855

  • TITLE: Lt.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War - 2nd Regt.VA Cont. Line
  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1753, Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • DEATH: 23 Nov 1824, Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S582] [S606] [S725] [S1092] [S1174]
Father: David SANDIDGE Sr.
Mother: Anna W. PULLIAM


Family 1 : Mary (HOLLIDAY) HOLLADAY

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Austin Sandidge was Born [page crumbled]. d.s.p. Will recorded in Spotsylvania Co. VA. Extracted from "Virginia Soldiers of 1776" p.68.


Your memorialist, represents to your Excellency, that Austin Sandridge, the brother of Ann Bronaugh and Winifred Boxley, was an officer in the Va. line of the Rev. army. He died intestate, about the year 1822 or 24, and without issue, leaving a widow, Mary Sandridge surviving him. He devised in his will his landed estate to his sisters above mentioned namely Ann, wife of David Bronaugh, and Winifred the wife of Joseph Boxley--all of whom are now living in Louisa county. The said Austin Sandridge, at the time of his death was a resident of Spottsylvania Co. where his will is recorded.


p.76 Samuel Cobb.--Richard Taylor.--James Barnett.--William Hudson.--Austin Sandridge --and John Bell. This was signed by William Woodford, Brig.Genl. White


p.77 All supernys in all the lists drew their bounty land with the exception of Captain Colston and Lieuts. Sandridge and Livingston. They have also drawn additional land for term longer than six years, from the commencement of their service, to the end of the war.


p.336 The following were of Fredericksville Parish, Albemarle. James Dunn, aet. 80, living with James Dunn, Jr.-James Gentry, aet. 82.--William Harris, Sr., aet. 80, living with William Harris, Jr. William Jordan, aet. 79. William Maupin, aet. 80, living with William Maupin, Jr.--Richard Snow, aet. 86. John Wood, Sr. aet. 83.--Larkin Foster, Amelia Co. aet. 79.--Boswell Richards, aet. 53. p.425/6


Lieutenant Austin Sandridge.
Spotsylvania Co. court, Sept. term, 1853. Whereas, Larkin Sandridge, a son of James Sandridge, decd. and heir at law of Austin Sandridge, decd. who was a Lieut. in the Va. Contl. line of the Rev.war,--was entitled to his share of military land, has within the past six or seven years died, leaving one heir, a daughter, who in the year 1852, also died.


Therefore the only heirs at law of said Austin Sandridge are:--1st, The children of Ann Bronaugh, decd. These are Mary G. Taylor (Tyler?), Elizabeth Trice, Thomas, David, John, William, Jeremiah and James Bronaugh;


2nd, The children of Winfred Boxley, namely: James and Pattison Boxley, Winifred Goodwin, Mrs. Mary Massey, Ann Boxley, Sarah Turner, George and Joseph Tyler; and


3rd., The children and heirs of James Holladay (who married Sophia Sandridge, a sister of Austin Sandridge); namely:-- Elizabeth Holladay (dau. of James and Sophia); Mary B. Frazer (dau. of Lewis Holladay, a son of James); Ellen M. Stewart (dau. of Dr. James Holladay); and Elizabeth and Mary Hughes (two children of Sophia Holladay, who married Lundin J. Schooler, and who was a daughter of James Holladay) also William J. Reason and Ann Rawlings (two children of Ann Holladay, daughter of James).


Signed, Elizabeth Holladay and Mary G. Tyler.
Sworn to before W. H. Hansbrough, J. of P. 31st Aug., 1853. Whereupon it is ordered to be certified that the heirs of Austin Sandridge have been proven to this court, by the affidavits of Elizabeth Holladay and Mary G. Tyler. Copy teste, Robert Dabney, Clerk. 25 July, 1854.


p.426 NOTE: Dr. James Holladay is said to be a grandson of James Holladay, and the Sophia who married Lundin Schooler is a question as to whether she is James wife, and married a second time, or if she is a later Sophia.


Powers of Atty.: Mary Massie of Louisa County, as heir at law of Austin Sandridge, appointed George W. Stephens of Spotsylvania Co. her Atty. 24 Sept., 1853. Ackn. before E. F. Gunter(?), J. of P. Louisa Co., Attest, David M. Hunter, Clerk.


The same Atty. appointed by Mary G. Tyler, George Tyler, Mary B. Frazer and Ellen M. Stewart. Ackn. before W. H. Hamsbrough, J. of P. Spotsnia Co. 2 Sept., 1853. Elizabeth S. Holladay, William J. Cason, Ann Rawlings, James and Pattison Boxley Ackn. the same power of Atty. before E. S. Leavell, J. of P. Spotsia Co. 1st Sept., 1853. Attest, Robert C. Dabney, Clerk. Elizabeth and Mary Hughes, heirs at law of James Holladay, decd. who was one of the heirs at law of Austin Sandridge, appointed the same Atty. Ackn. before John Dows, J. of P. Clarke Co., Va. 25 Oct., 1853. Teste, David H. McGuire Clerk. Clarke Co., 26 Oct., 1853.


p.427, Warrant No. 9561 for 6662 acres issued 8 Nov., 1853 to the heirs generally of Austin Sandridge, a Lieut. in the Contl. line. Recorded Book 3, page 569.


The following data is from the documents on file in the Archives Dept. of the Va. State Library: Exec. Dept., Richmond, Va. June 1st, 1841. The heirs of Austin Sandridge are allowed L. B. for his services as a Lieut. in the State line for the term of three years. John Rutherford, Lieut. Gov. Teste, S. H. Parker, Register. Copied from the certificate of Allowance on file in the Land Office.
--End of extract


Brown's "Genealogica Abstracts of Rev War Veterans: page l47-8 Austin Sandidge Lt. Va Cont. Line applications 558 559 849 864 872 876 881.
Spotsylvania Court 5 Sept 1853. Austin Sandidge served in the 2d regiment of the Virginia State Line. He died in Spotsylvania Co before 6 December 1825 testate without issue and widow was Mary.


Ann Sandidge sister died l852 married David Bronaugh of Louisa Co VA and it lists the Bronaugh children.


Winifred Sandidge sister married Joseph Boxley in Caroline Co. She died before 1853 and it lists 6 children


James Sandidge was a brother died before 1841 lived in Henrico Co VA and had children Larkin Sandidge died around 1846 widow Eliza Ann, Elizabeth Jane Sandidge, Mary Jones adopted daughter


Sophia Sandidge sister d before 1853 married James Holladay and lived in Spotsylvania Co VA children were named for 2 generations of Holladay and Schooler families.


"Virginia Soldiers of 1776" p. 68, 76, 77, 336, 426, and p. 427, Warrant No. 9561. (Va State Lib, Archives Dept. Cert. Allowance Exec Dept. Richmond, VA, Jun 1st, 1841.)


Virginia Soldiers of 1776, Vol. 1 Lieutenant Austin Sandridge.


Spotsylvania Co. court, Sept. term, 1853. Whereas, Larkin Sandridge, a son of James Sandridge, decd. and heir at law of Austin Sandridge, decd. who was a Lieut. in the Va. Contl. line of the Rev. war,--was entitled to his share of military land, has within the past six or seven years died, leaving one heir, a daughter, who in the year 1852, also died. Therefore the only heirs at law of said Austin Sandridge are:--


1st, The children of Ann Bronaugh, decd. These are Mary G. Taylor, Elizabeth Trice, Thomas, David, John, William, Jeremiah and James Bronaugh; 2nd, The children of Winfred Boxley, namely: James and Pattison Boxley, Winifred Goodwin, Mrs. Mary Massey, Ann Boxley, Sarah Turner, George [p.426] and Joseph Tyler; and 3rd., The children and heirs of James Holladay (who married Sophia Sandridge, a sister of Austin Sandridge); namely:-- Elizabeth Holladay (dau. of James and Sophia); Mary B. Frazer (dau. of Lewis Holladay, a son of James); Ellen M. Stewart (dau. of Dr. James Holladay); and Elizabeth and Mary Hughes (two children of Sophia Hol-laday, who married Lundin J. Schooler, and who was a daughter of James Holladay) also William J. Reason and Ann Rawlings (two children of Ann Holladay, daughter of James). Signed, Elizabeth Holladay and Mary G. Tyler. Sworn to before W. H. Hansbrough, J. of P. 31st Aug., 1853. Whereupon it is ordered to be certified that the heirs of Austin Sandridge have been proven to this court, by the affidavits of Elizabeth Holladay and Mary G. Tyler. Copy teste, Robert Dabney, Clerk. 25 July, 1854.


Note. Dr. James Holladay is said to be a grandson of James Holladay, and the Sophia who married Lundin Schooler is a question as to whether she is James wife, and married a second time, or if she is a later Sophia. The so called legal language is so unintelligible that the courts can find Satisfactory proofs where I fail to find lucid information. In the foregoing mixture of names, I hope those interested may solve the maze of relationships. I have copied it as the clerk copied it from court records.


Powers of Atty.: Mary Massie of Louisa County, as heir at law of Austin Sandridge, appointed George W. Stephens of Spotsylvania Co. her Atty. 24 Sept., 1853. Ackn. before E. F. Gunter(?), J. of P. Louisa Co., Attest, David M. Hunter, Clerk.


The same Atty. appointed by Mary G. Tyler, George Tyler, Mary B. Frazer and Ellen M. Stewart. Ackn. before W. H. Hamsbrough, J. of P. Spotsnia Co. 2 Sept., 1853.


Elizabeth S. Holladay, William J. Cason, Ann Rawlings, James and Pattison Boxley Ackn. the same power of Atty. before E. S. Leavell, J. of P. Spotsia Co. 1st Sept., 1853. Attest, Robert C. Dabney, Clerk.


Elizabeth and Mary Hughes, heirs at law of James Holladay, decd. who was one of the heirs at law of Austin Sandridge, appointed the same Atty. Ackn. before John Dows,p.427]


J. of P. Clarke Co., Va. 25 Oct., 1853. Teste, David H. McGuire Clerk. Clarke Co., 26 Oct., 1853.


Elizabeth S. Trice and Thomas Bronaugh Ackn. the same power of Atty. before John S. Collins, J. of P. Louisa Co., 3 Sept., 1853.


Sarah Turner and Ann Boxley of Caroline Co. appointed same Atty. 27 Oct., 1853. This is signed by Winifred Goodwin, Sarah Turner and Ann Boxley, before Albert R. Hippo, J. of P. Attest, John S. Pendleton, Clerk, Caroline Court.


Warrant No. 9561 for 666-2 acres issued 8 Nov., 1853 to the heirs generally of Austin Sandridge, a Lieut. in the Contl. line. Recorded Book 3, page 569.


The following data is from the documents on file in the Archives Dept. of the Va. State Library.


Exec. Dept., Richmond, Va. June 1st, 1841. The heirs of Austin Sandridge are allowed L. B. for his services as a Lieut. in the State line for the term of three years. John Rutherford, Lieut. Gov. Teste, S. H. Parker, Register. Copied from the certificate of Allowance on file in the Land Office.


A letter from H. L. Brooke, Counsel, May 29, 1841, to the Executive of Va. The enclosed lists were furnished me by the Agents of the heirs of the officers, whose claims for additional L. B. have recently been rejected, by the Executive. They exhibit the practice of the Government from the earliest period to the present time in relation to one class of these claimants--Supernumerary Officers, and show that of the whole number of officers who became superny. by the reduction of the Regiments in 1778, there are but three who have not been allowed the additional bounty, who entered the service more than six years before war ended. As these lists were not before the Executive when the claims referred to were rejected, I now submit them. and respectfully ask a reconsideration of the claims. Signed, H. L. Brooke, Counsel for the Memorialists.


A list of Supernumerary Officers of Va. State Line and State Navy who have drawn additional land bounty.


[p.428] ttt On another page a list of Superry. Officers of the Va. State line who have received additional land for service over six years is given. All reported as Superys. save one (C Edenburg) have received B. L. from Va. although it is a well known fact that many have not served three years, being appointed in the Summer and Fall of 1779, and all retired 31st Dec., 1781, particularly the Illinois and Crockett Regts.


All the naval officers who became superny. have drawn, although many were appointed in 1777 and 78, and became superny; yet all have at times from 1782 to the present day received B. L., both Contl., State, and Navy, and when the service exceeded six years, have received additional B. L., and in all instances, at all times, from 1782 to the present day, Captains, Lieutenants have received the land of Captains. and in the case of Capt. John Tibbs, he is shown to have been a Capt. Lieut. in the Spring of 1778, and a Junior Capt. on the 14 Sept., 1778, when he became a Superny.


It is respectfully suggested that the evidence of the record made at the time, should outweigh the certificate of any officer, given from bare recollection, twenty years or more afterwards. As Tibbs land was drawn in 1800, it is presumed that the certificate referred to, was obtained for the purpose [p.429] of obtaining the allowance of land. The officer himself died in Lexington, Ken. in 1785, hence he could give no explanation as to his rank.


I cannot believe that the Governor and Council will disregard an established rule acted on ever since 1782 as to Superny; Capts. and Lieuts., to say nothing of all the other classes especially at this day, when nineteen twentieth of all have since been allowed, and must believe that they will be disposed to review and reconsider those cases.


If you see the Governor, lay this statement before him. Should all efforts fail before the Governor and Council, I will get the parties to petition the Legislature--many were obtained in this way. At an early date, even the Legislature decided that Superny were entitled--see the resolution in the cases of Nathl. Lucas, Augustine Slaughter, James Upshur and many others.


Lieut. Austin Sandridge became a Superny at the reduction of the Regts. at White Plains, 15 Dec., 1778 (see extract from Washington papers, here with filed). It does not appear when he enlisted in the service--that is immaterial, since no particular period of service before he became superny is necessary to be shown to give him a title to land tilt the officers upon the list contained in the extract referred to have received land, with the exception of Sandridge and Bell--the last of whom is stated to have been of too exceptionable a character to be recommended. According to the provision of Congress, to be recommended, a large majority of those who have not served three years before they became superny. Indeed, superny officrs have always been entitled to original bounty land, and a vast majority of them have drawn additional bounty for a service to the end of the war, estimating the time from the period at which they enlisted in the service. Signed, H. L. Brooke, Counsel. May 29, 1841.


The above argument of Counsel Brooke is at least consistent, or logical. If the other officers hart been favored, it was rather hard on Sandridge to have a change in methods before he received his share.


To His Excellency, The Acting Governor of Virginia.


Your memorialist, represents to your Excellency, that Austin Sandridge, the brother of Ann Bronaugh and Winifred [p.430] Boxley, was an officer in the Va. line of the Rev. army. He died intestate, about the year 1822 or 24, and without issue, leaving a widow, Mary Sandridge surviving him. He devised in his will his landed estate to his sisters above mentioned--namely Ann; wife of David Bronaugh, and Winifred the wife of Joseph Boxley--all of whom are now living in Louisa county. The said Austin Sandridge, at the time of his death was a resident of Spotsylvania Co. where his will is recorded.


The memorialist has heard him say that he was entitled to land in right of his Rev. service, which he never drew. Signed, David Bronaugh, for self and Ann Bronaugh.


U.S. of America, Dept. of State. To all whom these presents shall come. Greeting:--I certify that the paper hereunto annexed is a true extract from The Washington Papers on file in this department. In testimony whereof, I, Fletcher Webster, acting Sect. of State of the U.S. have hereunto subscribed my name, and caused the seal of the Dept. of State to be affixed. Done at the City of Washington, the 7th day of May, A.D. 1841, and in the year of the Independence of the U.S. of America, the sixty-fifth.


[p.431] [p.432] ttt For reference of the above, the list is given with the documents referring to Austin Sandridges claim, filed in the Archives Dept. of the Va. State library.


Arrangement of the several Regts. in the First Va. Brigade, Commanded by Brig. Genl. Woodford, 14 Sept., 1778.


Captains retiring; this choice upon the provision of Congress. All good men that have filled their posts with credit to themselves.


Alexander Rose, Nathaniel Fox, Peter Garland, Richard Apperson, and Benjamin Hoomes.


Lieutenants retiring upon the same principle, and recommended as above, except John Bell, of the 6th Regt. whose character is too exceptionable to be recommended.


Samuel Cobbs, Richard Taylor, James Barnett, William Hudson, Austin Sandridge, and John Bell. This was signed by William Woodford, Brig. Genl. White Plains, New York, 15 Dec., 1778.


Names and rank of the officers of the Va. Contl. line, who retired as Supernumeraries at the first consolidation of the Contl. Army at White Plains, Westchester Co., New York, on the 14 Sept., 1778.--with the bounty land drawn by them from Va. and the period when drawn.


[p.433] Of the officers marked Pris. (prisoners) many, probably two thirds again entered the service after they were exchanged, and served to the end of the war. Some few of the officers enumerated, accepted apointments in the State line, as did William Cherry, Benjamin Kinley and Augustine Slaughter.


There were two other consolidations subsequent to the 14 Sept., 1778, and previous to 3 Oct., 1780, in which officers returned as supernys, in neither of which were the supernys half as numerous as those at the first consolidation. It is not known where to refer to them. The first list is on file with the Washington papers, in the State Dept. at Washington, D.C.


All supernys in all the lists drew their bounty land with the exception of Captain Colston and Lieuts. Sandridge and Livingston. They have also drawn additional land for term longer than six years, from the commencement of their service, to the end of the war.


These officers did not serve three years previous to 14 Sept., 1778, as on the 14 Sept., 1775, the officers of one company only, had been appointed, and that was commanded by Captain John Green.


In his appeal to the Executive; H. L. Brooke also said (beside what has been quoted before); It does not seem as though a rule of decision which has been adhered to by all persons whose business it was to pass on these claims, persons, many of whom were then intimately acquainted with, and had borne a part in that struggle, will not be abandoned when, at most, there are but few, very few cases which have not already been satisfied.


Admitting it to be true that many claims have been improperly allowed, in consequence of too much reliance being placed on parole testimony, yet when a case is presented, the facts Of which are sustained by the records, can it be a different construction of the law will now be adopted, from that which has been persued for fifty nine years?

[S1174]

[523302]
Douglas Register


                                                 _John SANDIDGE I___________+
                                                | (1666 - 1708) m 1690      
                       _William SANDIDGE Sr.____|
                      | (1698 - 1746) m 1715    |
                      |                         |_Mary VAUGHAN _____________
                      |                           (1670 - 1707) m 1690      
 _David SANDIDGE Sr.__|
| (1720 - 1802) m 1752|
|                     |                          _William PULLIAM __________+
|                     |                         | (1665 - 1715) m 1687      
|                     |_Anne PULLIAM ___________|
|                       (1700 - 1794) m 1715    |
|                                               |_Sarah or Ann? PATTERSON __+
|                                                 (1665 - ....) m 1687      
|
|--Austin SANDIDGE 
|  (1753 - 1824)
|                                                _William PULLIAM __________+
|                                               | (1665 - 1715) m 1687      
|                      _Thomas Obadiah PULLIAM _|
|                     | (1702 - 1758) m 1735    |
|                     |                         |_Sarah or Ann? PATTERSON __+
|                     |                           (1665 - ....) m 1687      
|_Anna W. PULLIAM ____|
  (1737 - 1825) m 1752|
                      |                          _John Marshall HOLLADAY II_+
                      |                         | (1676 - 1742)             
                      |_Winifred HOLLADAY ______|
                        (1714 - 1758) m 1735    |
                                                |_Ann Elizabeth LEWIS ______
                                                  (1688 - ....)             

Sources

[S582]

[S606]

[S725]

[S1092]

[S1174]

[S1174]


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Ann WEATHERLY

1804 - BET 1850 AND 0000

ID Number: I32005

  • RESIDENCE: Marlboro Co. SC
  • BIRTH: 1804, Marlboro Co. SC
  • DEATH: BET 1850 AND 0000, Marlboro Co. SC
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1035]

Family 1 : Thomas PEARSON

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William WHITE

ABT 1760 - 1810

ID Number: I50296

  • RESIDENCE: Ohio Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • DEATH: 1810
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1062]

Family 1 :
  1. +Elizabeth WHITE

Sources

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Mary YANCEY

ABT 1737 - ____

ID Number: I69155

  • RESIDENCE: Hanover Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1737, Hanover Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1835]
Father: James YANCEY
Mother: Ann or Elizabeth THORNTON



                                                    _Charles YANCEY I "the Immigrant"_
                                                   | (1642 - 1690)                    
                              _Charles YANCEY II___|
                             | (1678 - 1745) m 1704|
                             |                     |_Mary LEIGHTON ___________________
                             |                       (1658 - ....)                    
 _James YANCEY ______________|
| (1704 - 1779) m 1735       |
|                            |                      __________________________________
|                            |                     |                                  
|                            |_Mary BARTLETT ______|
|                              (1685 - 1748) m 1704|
|                                                  |__________________________________
|                                                                                     
|
|--Mary YANCEY 
|  (1737 - ....)
|                                                   __________________________________
|                                                  |                                  
|                             _____________________|
|                            |                     |
|                            |                     |__________________________________
|                            |                                                        
|_Ann or Elizabeth THORNTON _|
  (1714 - 1779) m 1735       |
                             |                      __________________________________
                             |                     |                                  
                             |_____________________|
                                                   |
                                                   |__________________________________
                                                                                      

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