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Frances AUSTIN

ABT 1650 - 21 Feb 1731

ID Number: I49986

  • RESIDENCE: St Peters Parish,New Kent Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1650 [240567] [S2124]
  • DEATH: 21 Feb 1731, St Peters Parish, New Kent Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1792] [S2124]

Family 1 : Richard LITTLEPAGE II
  1. +Richard LITTLEPAGE III
  2. +Margaret LITTLEPAGE

Notes


[240567]
born abt 1677?

Sources

[S2124]

[S1792]

[S2124]


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Jacques Jean FLOURNEY

1657 - ____

ID Number: I479

  • RESIDENCE: Geneva, Switzerland and Manakintown, VA
  • BIRTH: 1657, Switzerland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S82] [S479] [S1213]
Father: Jacques FLOURNEY
Mother: Judith PUERARI (PUCRARY\PUERARY)


Family 1 : Julia EYRAUD
  1.  Rachel FLOURNEY
  2. +Jean Jacques FLOURNEY
  3.  Marie FLOURNEY
  4.  Julie FLOURNEY
  5.  Gedeon FLOURNEY
  6.  Julie FLOURNEY
  7.   FLOURNEY
  8.  David FLOURNEY
  9.  Jacques FLOURNEY

Notes


among the founders of Manakintown.


                                                                         _Laurent FLOURNEY ___+
                                                                        | (1523 - 1593) m 1566
                                     _Jean (John) FLOURNEY _____________|
                                    | (1574 - 1657) m 1596              |
                                    |                                   |_Gabrielle MELLIN ___+
                                    |                                     (1552 - 1601) m 1566
 _Jacques FLOURNEY _________________|
| (1608 - 1675)                     |
|                                   |                                    _Simon MUSSARD ______
|                                   |                                   | (1554 - 1616)       
|                                   |_Frances MUSSARD __________________|
|                                     (1579 - 1618) m 1596              |
|                                                                       |_Ann LEGRAND ________
|                                                                         (1556 - 1636)       
|
|--Jacques Jean FLOURNEY 
|  (1657 - ....)
|                                                                        _____________________
|                                                                       |                     
|                                    _Daniel PUERARI (PUCRARY\PUERARY) _|
|                                   | (1600 - ....)                     |
|                                   |                                   |_____________________
|                                   |                                                         
|_Judith PUERARI (PUCRARY\PUERARY) _|
  (1624 - 1675)                     |
                                    |                                    _____________________
                                    |                                   |                     
                                    |_Jeanne MARCE _____________________|
                                      (1600 - ....)                     |
                                                                        |_____________________
                                                                                              

Sources

[S11]

[S82]

[S479]

[S1213]


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MAUD de HASTANG

ABT 1358 - AFT 1374

ID Number: I97965

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1358, Of Chebsey, Staffordshire, England
  • DEATH: AFT 1374
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS AFFSLB-6C
Father: JOHN HASTANG
Mother: MAUD TRUSSELL


Family 1 : RALPH de STAFFORD Earl of Stafford

                                                     ________________________
                                                    |                        
                       _____________________________|
                      |                             |
                      |                             |________________________
                      |                                                      
 _JOHN HASTANG _______|
| (1332 - ....)       |
|                     |                              ________________________
|                     |                             |                        
|                     |_____________________________|
|                                                   |
|                                                   |________________________
|                                                                            
|
|--MAUD de HASTANG 
|  (1358 - 1374)
|                                                    _WILLIAM de TRUSSELL ___
|                                                   | (1226 - 1287)          
|                      _WILLIAM de TRUSSELL ________|
|                     | (1261 - 1316)               |
|                     |                             |_ROESIA PANTOLPH _______+
|                     |                               (1228 - 1294)          
|_MAUD TRUSSELL ______|
  (1335 - ....)       |
                      |                              _WILLIAM de MAINWARING _
                      |                             | (1230 - 1286)          
                      |_MAUD MATILDA de MAINWARING _|
                        (1260 - ....)               |
                                                    |_AGNES de ARDERNE ______+
                                                      (1235 - ....)          

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Letitia HIGGINBOTHAM

19 Mar 1805 - 26 Jan 1860

ID Number: I16157

  • RESIDENCE: Clarke Co. GA and Yazoo City, Copiah Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 19 Mar 1805, Athens, Clarke, Georgia [S2172]
  • DEATH: 26 Jan 1860, Mississippi [S2172]
  • RESOURCES: See: DAR 72381, 91823, 98245 [S186] [S472] [S2172]
Father: Robert H. HIGGINBOTHAM
Mother: Emily "Millie" STRICKLAND


Family 1 : Benjamin Holliday CATCHINGS M.D.
  1.  Frances A. CATCHINGS
  2.  Thomas J. CATCHINGS
  3.  Harriet Eleanor CATCHINGS
  4.  Robert J. CATCHINGS
  5.  Joseph Higginbotham CATCHINGS
  6. +Loraine or Letitia Josephine CATCHINGS
  7.  Julie Sophia CATCHINGS
  8.  William S. CATCHINGS
  9. +Nancy L. "Nannie" CATCHINGS
  10.  Benjamin Holiday CATCHINGS Jr.

                                                       _Benjamin HIGGINBOTHAM I_+
                                                      | (1728 - 1791) m 1750    
                              _Caleb HIGGINBOTHAM ____|
                             | (1760 - 1823) m 1775   |
                             |                        |_Elizabeth GRAVES _______+
                             |                          (1733 - 1791) m 1750    
 _Robert H. HIGGINBOTHAM ____|
| (1783 - 1831) m 1804       |
|                            |                         _Robert Howard CASH Sr.__+
|                            |                        | (1706 - 1772) m 1724    
|                            |_Maryanne CASH _________|
|                              (1757 - 1794) m 1775   |
|                                                     |_Ruth ELPHINGSTONE ______
|                                                       (1710 - ....) m 1724    
|
|--Letitia HIGGINBOTHAM 
|  (1805 - 1860)
|                                                      _________________________
|                                                     |                         
|                             _Solomon N. STRICKLAND _|
|                            | (1735 - 1815) m 1764   |
|                            |                        |_________________________
|                            |                                                  
|_Emily "Millie" STRICKLAND _|
  (1786 - 1840) m 1804       |
                             |                         _Thomas PACE ____________+
                             |                        | (1710 - 1765) m 1733    
                             |_Amy PACE ______________|
                               (1739 - 1815) m 1764   |
                                                      |_Amelia "Amy" BOYKIN ____+
                                                        (1715 - 1765) m 1733    

Sources

[S2172]

[S2172]

[S186]

[S472]

[S2172]


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Rukins JELKS

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I32078

  • RESIDENCE: of Surry Co. VA; NC; SC and by 1812 Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • RESOURCES: See: [S578] [S3113]
Father: Ethelred JELKS Sr.


Family 1 : Catherine ARICK
  1. +Sarah Ann JELKS
  2. +Elizabeth JELKS
  3.  Robert "Bob" JELKS

Notes


Jelks migrated from VA NC SC Feliciana, Spanish West Florida, (LA) in the 1790s.
Migrated to Mississippi and Louisiana.


Louisiana Census, 1810-90; 1810 United States Federal Census
JELKS, RUKINS State: LA Year: 1812 County: Feliciana Parish Record Type:
Township: No Township Listed Page: NPN Database: LA Early Census

[S578]


                                             _Richard JELKS "the Immigrant"_
                                            | (1650 - 1687)                 
                       _William JELKS ______|
                      | (1680 - 1766)       |
                      |                     |_ RUKINS (ROOKINGS) ___________+
                      |                       (1650 - 1687)                 
 _Ethelred JELKS Sr.__|
| (1725 - 1800)       |
|                     |                      _______________________________
|                     |                     |                               
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_______________________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Rukins JELKS 
|  (1780 - ....)
|                                            _______________________________
|                                           |                               
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_______________________________
|                     |                                                     
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      _______________________________
                      |                     |                               
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_______________________________
                                                                            

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[S578]

[S3113]

[S578]


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Capt. Jacob Jansen van METER

17 Mar 1723 - 16 Nov 1798

ID Number: I47616

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • OCCUPATION: pioneer KY Settler
  • RESIDENCE: NJ and Frederick Co. VA and 1768 Monongahela River, PA/VA now Greene Co. PA and 1780 Hardin Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 17 Mar 1723, Salem, Somerset, New Jersey
  • DEATH: 16 Nov 1798, Elizabethtown, Hardin Co, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 19F2-LC) [S1707] [S3327]
Father: Jan Jansen van METRE
Mother: Margaret (Miller) MOLLENAUER


Family 1 : Letitia STROUDE (STRODE)
  1.  Rebecca van METER
  2.  Elizabeth van METER
  3. +Mary M. (Polly) van METER
  4. +Jacob Jansen van METER Jr.

Notes


Aka: VAN METRE.


"Jacob took 27 house boats at For Pitt in 1779 and went down the Ohio
River,landing near Bear Grass(now Louisville) Jacob started Sept 1779, arrived at Severns Valley,Hardin Co.,KY June 1780. They were first to settle between the Ohio and Green Rivers in the Wilderness, a colony of 100 persons.


Jacob served in Captain Richard Morgan's company from Mecklinburg, Virginia in the French and Indian War from 1756 to 1758 [Shepherdtown Register, 14 January 1903].


"About 1768, Jacob Van Meter, together with John Swan, Sr., and others made a tour of the lands, then claimed as part of northwestern Virginia, since established as a southwestern part of Pennsylvania. They haddecided to sell their property in the Winchester vicinity and locate on land which would be granted for service in the French and Indian War.They reached the vicinity of present Carmichaelstown (in present GreeneCounty, Pennsylvania) and 'tomahawked' (marked on trees) such land as they wanted along Muddy Creek in what is known as 'Ten Mile County,' land lying along Ten Mile Creek, a tributary of the Monongahela River, on the western side of that stream. Returning home, they brought back their families, slaves and such household goods as could be carried on packhorses. There were about fifty people in the party which settled along Muddy Creek.


"Van Meter was granted 400 acres of land on the west side of the Monongahela, Application Number 2405, dated 3 April 1769, also a grant for 211 acres, a tract called 'Burgundy,' also on the west side of the river.


"John Swan, Thomas Hughes and Henry Van Meter, brother of Jacob, were also granted land for services, and all four erected forts, located near each other on bottom land, not far from the mouth of Muddy Creek: Fort Van Meter, by Jacob Van Meter, on Muddy Creek; Fort Swan, by John Swan, on Swan's Run, and another Fort Van Meter, by Henry Van Meter, on Swan's Run. The location of Thomas Hughes' fort is not listed.


"That Jacob Van Meter was a deeply religious man is attested by his actions in helping organize three Baptist churches in his life time. Ellis' History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania relates the story of the forming of the Great Bethel Regular Baptist church: 'This organizationwas formed in the year 1770, and is evidently one of the first religious societies established within the boundaries of Fayette County (Pennsylvania).... In the oldest books of records ... the following letter is copied verbatim, viz: 'The Church of Jesus Christ of Great Bethel, Constituted as is supposed in Province of Pennsylvania, holding Believers, Baptism, &c, sindeth greeting To all Christian People to whom these may Concern, ... Sign'd by us this Eighth day of November in the year of our lord Christ--1770.


Witness our hands,
Jacob Vanmetre
Richard Hall
Zepheniah Blackford
Because we are few in number our sisters are allowed to sign.
Rachel Sutton
Lettice Vanmetre
Sarah Hall


N.B. 'That this Church was Constituted by me, Nov. 7th, 1770, and that the Bearer was licensed to Preach before me, or in my Presence, as witness my hand this 8th day of Nov., 1770. Henry Crosbye.''


"Jacob Van Meter was instrumental in the organization of another church while living in Pennsylvania: Goshen Baptist Church, organized in 1774 in Garrard's Fort, when he moved there. In that original body were found ten members of the Van Meter family: Jacob and his wife, Letitia, Rebecca and her husband, Edward Rawlings, Susannah, and her husband, Reverend John Garrard, Mary and her husband, David Henton (who was the first clerk of this church), Elizabeth, and her husband John Swan, Jr.


"A list of the families who settled in the 'Ten Mile Country' is of interest in that their associations did not end there, but through marriage and otherwise, continued in Kentucky: Van Meter, Swan, Strode,Hughes, Shelby, Harrod, Coleman, Brown, Rice, Biggs, Kincaid, Chenoweth, Garrard, Heaton (Henton),. They doubtless regarded themselves as being 'Virginians,' living on the land claimed by both Virginia and Pennsylvania, and had a felling of support for a 'fellow Virginian,' George Rogers Clark, not felt by the Pennsylvanians in Clark's military campaigns during the Revolution.


"The Harrods are familiar names to students of Revolutionary War history and of Clark's campaign in the Northwest. The Van Meters and Swan family were also represented in Clark's force. William Harrod was a captain in the Illinois Regiment, John Swan, Jr. a lieutenant, Jacob Van Meter, son of Henry Van Meter, and nephew of Jacob Van Meter Sr., was ensign of the regiment. Richard Chenoweth, John Hughes and Isaac Van Meter, son of Jacob Van Meter Sr., are listed as privates among those who received land for their services under Clark. The 'Ten Mile Country' was well represented in the Illinois Regiment....


"The Revolution had not ended but the men from 'Ten Mile Country' had returned from the war in the Northwest Territory and some would be in the colony of over a hundred people organized by Jacob Van Meter, Sr. to move to 'Kaintucke.'"


He was Constable on 6 December 1774 when Joseph Hill was appointed in his stead [Annual, Carnegie Museum, V. 1, p. 526].


He was on the Committee for Augusta County, Virginia which met in Pittsburgh on 16 May 1775.


On the minutes of the Court of Yohogania County, Virginia (prior to the date when that section was established as part of Pennsylvania) for 23 March 1779, Jacob and his son Abraham and others produced recommendations from the Court of Monongahela County, Virginia to pass unmolested to the Falls of the Ohio (now Louisville, Kentucky), which recommendations were read and approved.


On 18 September 1779 Jacob Van Meter and his family had been granted certificates of dismission by the Goshen Baptist Church.


Jacob took 27 house boats at Fort Pitt in 1779, loaded with household goods, livestock and anything they could pile on the boats, and went down the Ohio River, landing near Bear Grass (now Louisville) [DraperManuscripts CC-11, p. 232].


"All of the Van Meter children, with the exception of daughter Eleanor, accompanied their parents, together with their husbands and wives. One babe in arms was in the party, the little daughter of Lieutenant John Swan Jr., and his wife, Elizabeth Van Meter. Swan was sitting on the deck on one of the boats with his little girl in his arms when he was struck by an Indian arrow, fired from the river bank. His wife grabbed his gun and began helping the men ward off the attack. Another tragedy struck the party when Mary Van Meter's husband, David Henton, fell into the river while helping unload the boats and was drowned.


"In the party were two families of slaves belonging to the senior Van Meter. In his will were provisions that they were to be set free upon the death of his wife. They were to serve her during her lifetime, but if she lived until they were thirty years old, they were to be given their freedom."


They started in September 1779 and arrived at Severns Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky in June 1780. They were first to settle between the Ohio and Green Rivers in the Wilderness, a colony of 100 persons. He was active in military operations along the Ohio; served under General George Rogers Clark in Kaskaskia against the Indians under renegade Simon Girty in 1782 (when they tried to run the white settlers out of Kentucky). He was on the Coshocton campaign in Captain William Crawford's Company under the command of his nephew Colonel David Shepherd in 1791 [Wither's Chronicals p. 133 and Shepherd's Papers, V. 4, p. 3].


"Louisville, which had been established as a town at the Falls of the Ohio in 1780, saw great numbers of settlers from Virginia andPennsylvania arrive by way of the Ohio River and scatter south into the country toward the Green River. Among them were Jacob Van Meter and his family who had arrived at the Falls in the previous fall and waited forthe warm spring months before moving on to their new home.


"Van Meter came to Severns Valley and later settled on the farm known as the 'Strickler Place,' about two miles from Elizabethtown on Billy'sCreek, near where it joins that main stream of Valley Creek. Jefferson County records show that Jacob Van Meter, Stephen Rawlings and Edward Rawlings bought land from John Severns, who also sold 400 acres to Andrew Hynes in November 1779.


He built a fort near Haycraft's soon after his arrival. The following account first appeared in the Elizabethtown News in 1869 and was republished in book form in 1889-90: "In the year 1780 the first settlements were made around the present site of Elizabethtown, then Jefferson county, Virginia, and the three forts were erected. They were rather stockades, afterward called stations.


"The manner of erecting these forts was to dig a trench with spades or hoes or such implements as they could command, then set in split timbers, reaching ten or twelve feet above the ground and fixed around the proposed ground sufficiently large to contain some five, six or eight dwellings with a block house, as a kind of citadel with port holes.


"That was considered a sufficient defense against the Indians armed with rifles or bows and arrows, but with a siege gun of the present day (1869)a well directed shot would level a hundred yards of these pristine fortifications.


"The mode of attack by the Indians when in sufficient force was to try to storm the fort, or by lighted torches thrown upon the roofs of the buildings within to burn out the besieged, but they rarely succeeded in setting fire. If in small force the Indians would conceal themselves behind trees and watch a whole day for some unwary pale-face to show himself above the fortification and pick him off."


"He then built a grain mill on Valley Creek where Billy's Creek enters it. Others say he also had a still. (He had a still and a tavern license to keep travelers in his home at the time of his death.) He is said to have raised the first wheat in Hardin County, having brought the seed with him from Virginia.


"A year after arrival in Severns Valley, Jacob Van Meter assisted in organizing the Severns Valley Baptist Church, the oldest church west ofthe Allegheny Mountains, still in existence and one of the largest Baptist bodies in Kentucky at this date. Jess Thompson reported that the church was "established under a spreading sugar tree in the Kentucky wilderness on 17 June 1781." His wife, his son, Jacob, Jr., and his Negroman, Bambo, were also members. Many of his descendants have become noted in carrying on the work of the church.


"The elder Van Meter was an extensive landholder, having fourteen grants of land from the Virginia government, dated 1783 and 1784. One was a preemption Treasury Warrant signed by Beverly Randolph. Doubtless, some of the land was divided among his children and members of his family. The Auditor's office has no record of land granted to his son-in-law, Samuel Haycraft.


"Van Meter built a small grist mill at the mouth of Billy's Creek for grinding corn and wheat. Corn was ground there for the small distillery operated by Samuel Haycraft. Samuel Haycraft, Jr. who wrote the History of Elizabethtown mentions that, as a young boy it was his duty to go with a bag of corn three times daily (Sunday excepted) to the mill of his grandfather.


Jacob died at his home in Hardin County, Kentucky on 16 November 1798. He and Letitia, who died the following year, were buried side by side in a family cemetery. His son, Jacob, procured a sandstone rock for a tombstone and cut the following inscription on it: 'Here Lizes The Body of Jacob Van Meter Died in the 76 Yare of His Age November the 16, 1798.' Jess Thompson states that "The spellings in this rude inscription appeart o be an attempt to give to the words the sound that old Jacob gave to them throughout his life." Jacob's son-in-law, Haycraft, stated "Therefore let no man pretend to criticise it (the epitaph) or alter it. It is a jewel to me, so all mankind let it alone. It is the honest homespun epitaph of a good man and Christian, who braved all the perils of his day, honorable, kind, hospitable and generous, and truly a 'patriarch'."


At the time of his death, he owned 7,891 acres. The inventory of his estate covers four pages of Will Book A, pages 80 to 84 and 216, Hardin County Court.


In 1965 a descendant, Mrs. Lee Sims (Ruth Bruner) of Frankfort, Kentucky had the ashes removed to the Elizabethtown City Cemetery, Hardin County, Kentucky, as all of Jacob's home farm was being made into a subdivision of Elizabethtown. It is beside his daughter Margaret and her husband Samuel Haycraft that they are now resting and their grave has a beautiful bronze marker to tell of his exploits:


JACOB VAN METER SENIOR 1723-1798


American Patriot - Soldier - Kentucky Pioneer. Ensign 12th Virginia Regiment in French and Indian War. Captain, Illinois Regiment, Virginia State. American Patriot-Soldier. Kentucky Pioneer Troops in American Revolution and served on Committee of Observation at Pittsburgh.


Commanded a Company in General George Rogers Clark's Expedition to take Northwest Territory. Led Band of 100 Persons from Virginia to KentuckyDown the Ohio River on 27 Flat Boats to Severns Valley in 1779-1780. Built one of the first Forts in Kentucky and Helped Establish the First Permanent Settlement between the Falls Of the Ohio and Green Rivers at Elizabethtown.


Prominent in Founding Hardin County. One of the Organizers of Severns Valley Baptist Church 1781, Oldest Church West of the Alleghany Mountains. Captain Jacob Van Meter Chapter Daughters of AmericanRevolution Named in his Honor."


His Wife LETITIA STROUD VAN METER 1725-1799


Children:
Rachel Van Meter b. 1753 in Frederick County,VA Spouse: Isaac PRITCHETT (AFN: 9BMJ-BV)
Mary Van Meter b. 11 Feb 1757 in Berkley County,VA,USA
Eleanor Van Meter b. Oct 1742 in Frederick County,VA,USA
Abraham Van Meter b. 13 Jun 1744 in Frederick County,VA,USA
Rebecca Van Meter b. 11 Sep 1746 in Frederick County,VA,USA
Susannah Van Meter b. 2 Jul 1750 in Frederick County,VA,USA
Elizabeth Van Meter b. 1756 in Frederick County,VA,USA
Isaac Van Meter b. 2 Feb 1759 in Frederick County,VA,USA
Margaret Van Meter b. 21 Dec 1759 in Frederick County,VA,USA
Jacob Van Meter b. 4 Oct 1762 in Frederick County,VA,USA
John Van Meter b. 1764 in Frederick County,VA,USA
Alcinda Van Meter b. About 1766 in Frederick County,VA,USA
William Van Meter b. About 1766 in Frederick County,VA,USA




[S3327]


                                                                        _Jan Joosten METREN "the Immigrant"___
                                                                       | (1630 - 1706) m 1646                 
                                 _Joost Jans van METRE "the Immigrant"_|
                                | (1652 - 1706) m 1682                 |
                                |                                      |_Macyke HENDRICKSEN __________________
                                |                                        (1624 - 1653) m 1646                 
 _Jan Jansen van METRE _________|
| (1683 - 1745) m 1710          |
|                               |                                       _Louis (Lowys) DUBOIS "the Immigrant"_
|                               |                                      | (1626 - 1696)                        
|                               |_Sara DUBOIS _________________________|
|                                 (1662 - ....) m 1682                 |
|                                                                      |_Cathrine (Catherine) BLANCHAN _______
|                                                                        (1640 - ....)                        
|
|--Jacob Jansen van METER 
|  (1723 - 1798)
|                                                                       ______________________________________
|                                                                      |                                      
|                                _Hendrick MOLLENAUER _________________|
|                               | (1650 - ....)                        |
|                               |                                      |______________________________________
|                               |                                                                             
|_Margaret (Miller) MOLLENAUER _|
  (1687 - 1745) m 1710          |
                                |                                       _Jan Joosten METREN "the Immigrant"___
                                |                                      | (1630 - 1706) m 1646                 
                                |_Cathrin Crom van METEREN ____________|
                                  (1650 - ....)                        |
                                                                       |_Macyke HENDRICKSEN __________________
                                                                         (1624 - 1653) m 1646                 

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[S1707]

[S3327]

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Thomas MORGAN

ABT 1725 - ____

ID Number: I101697

  • RESIDENCE: of Bedford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1725
  • RESOURCES: See: will of Thomas
Father: Thomas MORGAN
Mother: UNNAMED


Notes


Item I give to my son Thomas Morgin and to his heirs and assigns forever Two Shillings Sixpence Sterling.

                                             _James MORGAN "the Immigrant"_+
                                            | (1640 - ....)                
                       _Isaac MORGAN _______|
                      | (1665 - ....)       |
                      |                     |______________________________
                      |                                                    
 _Thomas MORGAN ______|
| (1703 - 1774)       |
|                     |                      ______________________________
|                     |                     |                              
|                     |_Leatice_____________|
|                       (1665 - ....)       |
|                                           |______________________________
|                                                                          
|
|--Thomas MORGAN 
|  (1725 - ....)
|                                            ______________________________
|                                           |                              
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |______________________________
|                     |                                                    
|_UNNAMED_____________|
                      |
                      |                      ______________________________
                      |                     |                              
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |______________________________
                                                                           

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ALEXANDER SETON

ABT 1450 - ____

ID Number: I88682

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1450
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3274]
Father: JOHN SETON Master of Seton
Mother: CHRISTIAN LINDSAY of Byres


Notes


(C) Alexander Seton (a 1501) [S3274]

                                                                      _WILLIAM de SETON __________________________________+
                                                                     | (1393 - 1424)                                      
                              _GEORGE SETON 1st Lord_________________|
                             | (1404 - 1478) m 1436                  |
                             |                                       |_JANET DUNBAR of March______________________________+
                             |                                         (1386 - ....)                                      
 _JOHN SETON Master of Seton_|
| (1428 - 1476) m 1458       |
|                            |                                        _JOHN STEWART 2nd Earl of Buchan____________________+
|                            |                                       | (1380 - 1424) m 1413                               
|                            |_MARGARET STEWART of Buchan____________|
|                              (1414 - ....) m 1436                  |
|                                                                    |_ELIZABETH DOUGLAS _________________________________+
|                                                                      (1405 - 1451) m 1413                               
|
|--ALEXANDER SETON 
|  (1450 - ....)
|                                                                     _WILLIAM of the Byres de LINDSAY Baron of Struthers_+
|                                                                    | (1352 - 1414) m 1375                               
|                             _JOHN de LINDSAY 1st Lord of the Byres_|
|                            | (1412 - 1482)                         |
|                            |                                       |_CHRISTIANA de KEITH _______________________________+
|                            |                                         (1348 - ....) m 1375                               
|_CHRISTIAN LINDSAY of Byres_|
  (1431 - 1496) m 1458       |
                             |                                        _ROBERT I STEWART 1st Lord Lorn_____________________
                             |                                       | (1379 - 1449) m 1397                               
                             |_Daughter of ROBERT STEWART ___________|
                               (1410 - ....)                         |
                                                                     |_JOAN STEWART ______________________________________
                                                                       (1370 - ....) m 1397                               

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Lewis TURNER

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I51532

  • RESIDENCE: Bedford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780, Bedford Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1013] [S1759]
Father: Admire TURNER Sr.
Mother: Sarah "Sally" ALLEN


Family 1 : Milly HURT

                                              _James TURNER _______+
                                             | (1670 - 1742)       
                        _James TURNER _______|
                       | (1710 - 1793) m 1729|
                       |                     |_____________________
                       |                                           
 _Admire TURNER Sr.____|
| (1738 - 1818) m 1765 |
|                      |                      _____________________
|                      |                     |                     
|                      |_Mary ADMIRE? _______|
|                        (1712 - ....) m 1729|
|                                            |_____________________
|                                                                  
|
|--Lewis TURNER 
|  (1780 - ....)
|                                             _____________________
|                                            |                     
|                       _____________________|
|                      |                     |
|                      |                     |_____________________
|                      |                                           
|_Sarah "Sally" ALLEN _|
  (1749 - 1833) m 1765 |
                       |                      _____________________
                       |                     |                     
                       |_____________________|
                                             |
                                             |_____________________
                                                                   

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Mary WILLIAMS

ABT 1810 - ____

ID Number: I80057

  • RESIDENCE: Richmond, VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1810
  • RESOURCES: See: son's Bio ID 74983 [S1615]
Father: Elisha Scott WILLIAMS
Mother: Abigail LIVERMORE


Family 1 : James Barnet TAYLOR
  1.  Jane Elizabeth TAYLOR
  2.  Charles Elisha TAYLOR C.S.A.

Notes


dau of Rev. Dr. Elisha Scott and Abigail (Livermore) Williams;

                             __
                            |  
                          __|
                         |  |
                         |  |__
                         |     
 _Elisha Scott WILLIAMS _|
| (1780 - ....)          |
|                        |   __
|                        |  |  
|                        |__|
|                           |
|                           |__
|                              
|
|--Mary WILLIAMS 
|  (1810 - ....)
|                            __
|                           |  
|                         __|
|                        |  |
|                        |  |__
|                        |     
|_Abigail LIVERMORE _____|
  (1780 - ....)          |
                         |   __
                         |  |  
                         |__|
                            |
                            |__
                               

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