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Charlotte C. COOK

1803 - ____

ID Number: I3639

  • RESIDENCE: Curriteck Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 1803
  • RESOURCES: See: [S399]
Father: David Taylor Woodard COOK
Mother: Lydia NORTHERN



                                 __
                                |  
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                             |  |
                             |  |__
                             |     
 _David Taylor Woodard COOK _|
| (1770 - 1840) m 1801       |
|                            |   __
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|                            |__|
|                               |
|                               |__
|                                  
|
|--Charlotte C. COOK 
|  (1803 - ....)
|                                __
|                               |  
|                             __|
|                            |  |
|                            |  |__
|                            |     
|_Lydia NORTHERN ____________|
  (1780 - 1810) m 1801       |
                             |   __
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Samuel Emory DAVIS

30 Jul 1852 - 30 Jun 1854

ID Number: I58853

  • RESIDENCE: Brierfield: Plantation near Natchez, MS
  • BIRTH: 30 Jul 1852, Brierfield: Plantation, near Natchez, Mississippi
  • DEATH: 30 Jun 1854, Brierfield: Plantation, near Natchez, Mississippi [285276]
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S1152] [S1551]
Father: Jefferson Finis DAVIS of The Confederate States
Mother: Varina Anne Banks HOWELL of The Confederate States


Notes


"The Davises' first child, Samuel Emory Davis, was born at Brierfield on July 30, 1852, and named for Davis' father. Just short of his second birthday, however, Samuel contracted the measles and died in Washington on June 13. He may have been exposed to the disease by Varina's brother Becket, who had stayed with the Davises while his school was closed in late May due to a measles epidemic.


The only known likeness of Samuel is a bust, now at Beauvoir, that miraculously survived destruction when Union troops pillaged Davis' belongings in 1863. Joseph E. Davis had hidden the property in the attic of a home near Clinton, Mississippi, but a slave gave away the location, and the Federals ransacked the furniture, letters, and books they discovered. The man left to care for the home managed to save the bust of Samuel by claiming that the image was of one of his own children." http://www.csanews.net/varina.htm


[285276]
or d. 13 Jun 1854 in Washington, DC


                                                                                            _Evan DAVIS Jr._______________+
                                                                                           | (1729 - 1759) m 1755         
                                                      _Samuel Emory DAVIS _________________|
                                                     | (1756 - 1824) m 1783                |
                                                     |                                     |_Mary EMORY __________________
                                                     |                                       (1730 - ....) m 1755         
 _Jefferson Finis DAVIS of The Confederate States____|
| (1808 - 1889) m 1845                               |
|                                                    |                                      _William COOK "the Immigrant"_
|                                                    |                                     | (1730 - ....)                
|                                                    |_Jane COOK __________________________|
|                                                      (1760 - 1845) m 1783                |
|                                                                                          |_Jennie STRAHAN ______________
|                                                                                            (1730 - ....)                
|
|--Samuel Emory DAVIS 
|  (1852 - 1854)
|                                                                                           _Richard HOWELL of New Jersey_+
|                                                                                          | (1754 - 1802) m 1779         
|                                                     _William Burr HOWELL of the "Briars"_|
|                                                    | (1797 - 1863) m 1823                |
|                                                    |                                     |_Kezia BURR __________________+
|                                                    |                                       (1758 - 1835) m 1779         
|_Varina Anne Banks HOWELL of The Confederate States_|
  (1826 - 1906) m 1845                               |
                                                     |                                      _James KEMPE "the Immigrant"__
                                                     |                                     | (1780 - ....)                
                                                     |_Margaret Louisa KEMPE ______________|
                                                       (1806 - 1867) m 1823                |
                                                                                           |_Margaret GRAHAM _____________
                                                                                             (1780 - ....)                

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[S1551]


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Marie Charlotte FOREMAN

21 Feb 1790 - 22 Oct 1866

ID Number: I12420

Father: Ephrem Joseph FOREMAN
Mother: Mary Elizabeth BROWN


Family 1 : Manoah Franceois HOFFPAUIR
Family 2 : Jacob HIGGINBOTHAM Jr.

Notes


2 Marie Charlotte FOREMAN b: 21 FEB 1790 d: 22 OCT 1866 + Francois HOFFPAUIR b: 1781 d: 5 MAR 1831


Death: 7 Jun 1865 in Liberty County, Texas [S2250] [S3033]

[64117]
or 07 Jun 1865 in Liberty Co., TX


                                                __
                                               |  
                          _Edward FOREMAN Sr.__|
                         | (1720 - 1805) m 1750|
                         |                     |__
                         |                        
 _Ephrem Joseph FOREMAN _|
| (1766 - 1854) m 1782   |
|                        |                      __
|                        |                     |  
|                        |_Mary BURNETTE ______|
|                          (1730 - 1805) m 1750|
|                                              |__
|                                                 
|
|--Marie Charlotte FOREMAN 
|  (1790 - 1866)
|                                               __
|                                              |  
|                         _____________________|
|                        |                     |
|                        |                     |__
|                        |                        
|_Mary Elizabeth BROWN __|
  (1765 - 1820) m 1782   |
                         |                      __
                         |                     |  
                         |_____________________|
                                               |
                                               |__
                                                  

Sources

[S2250]

[S2250]

[S453]

[S2250]

[S2730]

[S2804]

[S2250]

[S3033]


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Robert GLOVER Sr.

21 Nov 1723 - AFT 1794

ID Number: I39399

  • RESIDENCE: Goochland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 21 Nov 1723, Goochland Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: AFT 1794
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1434] [S2426]
Father: Samuel GLOVER
Mother: Elizabeth JONES


Family 1 : Amey PRICE
  1. +Chesley GLOVER
  2. +Amy GLOVER

Notes


Children:
Chesley Glover , Sr. b: 2 FEB 1761 d: 17 FEB 1829 + Mary Guerrant b: 10 AUG 1762 d: 8 OCT 1849
Mary Glover b: 1763
Robert Glover , Jr. b: AFT. 1740 d: 2 SEP 1778
Stephen Glover b: AFT. 1740
Edmond Glover b: 1753 d: 1814 + Mary Evans b: ABT. 1755 d: AFT. 1770
Anne Glover b: 6 JAN 1763 d: SEP 1882 + Elisha Carter Smart b: 15 AUG 1756 d: SEP 1832


                                                                            _________________________
                                                                           |                         
                       ____________________________________________________|
                      |                                                    |
                      |                                                    |_________________________
                      |                                                                              
 _Samuel GLOVER ______|
| (1690 - 1723)       |
|                     |                                                     _________________________
|                     |                                                    |                         
|                     |____________________________________________________|
|                                                                          |
|                                                                          |_________________________
|                                                                                                    
|
|--Robert GLOVER Sr.
|  (1723 - 1794)
|                                                                           _(RESEARCH QUERY) JONES _
|                                                                          |                         
|                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) of Henrico Chesterfield VA JONES _|
|                     |                                                    |
|                     |                                                    |_________________________
|                     |                                                                              
|_Elizabeth JONES ____|
  (1708 - 1723)       |
                      |                                                     _________________________
                      |                                                    |                         
                      |____________________________________________________|
                                                                           |
                                                                           |_________________________
                                                                                                     

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[S1434]

[S2426]


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Rachel GOWRY

ABT 1680 - ____

ID Number: I66090

  • RESIDENCE: Stafford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1680
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2289] [S2342]

Family 1 : Joseph WAUGH
  1. +Joseph WAUGH Jr.

Notes


Aka: GOURY; father John Goury d. 1721, Spouse Unknown.

Sources

[S2289]

[S2342]


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Thomas LOCKETT I

1645 - 1686

ID Number: I87378

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico and Prince George Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 1645, Henrico Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1686, Bristol Parish, Prince George Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1181] [S1422]

Family 1 : Margaret OSBORNE
  1.  Benjamin LOCKETT
  2. +Thomas LOCKETT II
  3.  James LOCKETT
  4. +Mary LOCKETT
  5.  Susan LOCKETT
  6.  Elizabeth LOCKETT

Notes


The first mention of Locketts in Henrico reads as follows: "I, Thomas Osborne do assign all my right of the transportation of Abe Wood unto Thomas Lockett". This is dated Feb.5, 1667


WILL: "I, Thomas Lockett of the Parish of Bristol in the County of Henrico, being weak in body but of perfect memory made and ordain my last will and testament in manner form following:


"Witz: I count my soul to Almighty God that gave it and my body to be decently buryed at ye discretion of my wife and she to be my sole executor of this my last will and testament-


"First Imp. I give unto my oldes son Benjamin Lockett all the land between the spring and the Deep Bottom joing Peirles to the creek, called lately Scotland Hills and his heirs forever.


"2nd. I give and bequeath unto James Lockett and Thomas Lockett the land I now live on to be divided, my son Thomas the Plantation I now live on and to his heirs forever, beginning at the River and South by the old tobacco house and up the hill, there taking the path as far as the land goeth.


"Imp. 3rd. I give and bequeath to my son James Lockett to his part and his heirs forever- beginning at the lower landing so taking a direct course by the old tobacco house being north and next the creek and so to a Pohicory, a marked tree on the line and have its breadth to a shooting hole and along the creek to him and his heirs forever.


"I give to my eldest daughter Susan Lockett one young mare, known by the name of Lilly, formerly given with her increase; my desire that the Court of Henrico see this my last will and testament be performed. Given under my hand and seal this twenty seventh day of March in the year of our Lord Christ, 1686.


"Thomas Lockett


"Further my will and pleasure is if my wife marryeth, my three sons to be at their own disposealls at 16 years of age and my daughter.


from Magazine of VA Genealogy, vol 31, pg. 110
Order for Probate of the Last will & testam:(t) of Tho: Lockett deed is granted unto Margarett Lockett Exec:(r) of the same, wch was this day prov'd in Court pr ye Oaths of ye witnesses


from Henrico Co. Deed Book 1677-1705, p 265
1667 Nov 5 Thomas Osborne assigns right of transportation of Alee or Abe Wood (Indentured Servant) to Thomas Lockett. (50 acre land patent). In 1683 Thomas assigned the right to Thomas Burton
p. 262 1677- Aug. 2 It is agreed between John Baugh and Thomas Lockett, that the bounds between their lands shall be a line of marked trees beginning at Appomattox River.
p. 230 1683 - April 2 Thomas Lockett bought land. William Farrar and Priscilla, his wife (late Priscilla Baugh) conveyed to Thomas Lockett a tract of land on Appomattox River between
the Spring and Deep Bottom, formerly granted by Mr. William Baugh to William Baugh, his grandchild, since deceased, by deed 6 Dec., 1668, and since confirmed to his sister, the said Priscilla.


from "Omitted Chapters from Hotten's" by James Brandow 1679 - June 2- The court ordered various inhabitants to fit out a man, horse and arms for each of its tithables, according to an Act of Assembly of April 25, 1679, for defense of the county against the incursion of enemy Indians. Thomas Lockett recorded as providing one for Colonels Newton & Lambert's regiments.


1679 St. Peter's Parish list of tithables listed Thomas Lockett: owned 33 acres of land, 6 Negros & 1 servant.


from "The Old Dominion in the Seventeenth Century A Documentary History of Virginia, 1606-1689, Univ. of North Carolina Press, pg. 100
1684 Thomas Lockett#1 or #2 was brought before the Grand Jury for being drunk, by his own confession. Several others brought to court that day for drinking, swearing and one for fathering a child with an "English Wench".


Will probated March 27, 1686


Sources:
Title: Southern Kith and Kin
Title: Henrico Co., VA Deeds 1677-1705
Title: Colonial Wills of Henrico Co., VA Part One 1654-1737


Sources

[S1181]

[S1422]


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Hon. William LOGAN Judge

8 Dec 1776 - 8 Aug 1822

ID Number: I74774

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: Judge of the KY Court of Appeals; US Senator
  • RESIDENCE: Shelby Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 8 Dec 1776, Fort now Harrodsburg, Kentucky
  • DEATH: 8 Aug 1822, Shelby Co. Kentucky [375002]
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes
Father: Benjamin LOGAN Sr.
Mother: Elizabeth 'Anne' MONTGOMERY


Family 1 : Priscilla Alicia WALLACE

Notes


"William Logan, oldest son of General Logan, born where Harrodsburg now stands, 8 Dec 1776, is said to have been the first white child born in KY. He became a Judge of the KY Court of Appeals and a Senator in the Congress of the U.S. His death occurred 8 Aug, 1822. (Collins, Vol. II, page 713)"


A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 6th ed., 1887, Shelby Co. (cont'd).


"William, the second child and son of General Logan and Anne Montgomery, was born in the fort at Harrodsburg, to which his mother had gone for protection that could not then be afforded at St. Asaphs The laborious compiler, Collins, states that of the early-born sons of Kentucky, "he was the most gifted and eminent." Whether this estimate was just or partial, it is certain that in Kentucky, which is still proud of the fame of the galaxy of orators and statesmen of that generation who shed luster over her history, he was early and continuously selected as the most worthy of the highest public honors--not easily won in those days by the common-place.


Selected as a member, from Lincoln county, of the convention which convened at Frankfort on the 17th of August, 1799, at the age of twenty-two, to frame the second constitution of Kentucky, he was next to the youngest, yet one of its most useful members. In the important task of shaping the organic law of the commonwealth, his father sat as a member from Shelby; his uncle, Colonel John Logan, was the associate of the able and eloquent Harry Innes as members from Franklin;


General William Casey, who had married his aunt, was the member from Green; while Judge Caleb Wallace, whose daughter he afterward married, was one of the members chosen from Woodford. Captain Thomas Marshall, a veteran of the Revolution, one of whose granddaughters became the wife of the best and ablest of Logan's grandsons, sat as the member from Mason; Walter Carr, whose son married his cousin, was a member from Fayette; and Alexander Scott Bullitt, whose wife was a first cousin of William Logan's wife, and whose grandson married William Logan's granddaughter, was associated, from Jefferson, with Colonel Richard Taylor, the father of the rough-fighting President.


The distinguished and brilliant John Breckinridge, afterward Attorney-General of the United States, two of whose grandsons married two of William Logan's granddaughters, was another member from Fayette; which county also sent Major John McDowell, whose sister had been the first wife of Judge Caleb Wallace, whose daughter by a second marriage was William Logan's wife. Besides these relatives and connexions of William Logan,


Fayette sent to the convention the able Judge Buckner Thruston, son of the distinguished Colonel Charles Mynn Thruston, of the Revolution;
Bourbon, the gallant John Allen, who, after attaining the rank of major by hard fighting in the Revolution, gained an enviable fame as a lawyer and jurist in Kentucky;
Madison, the robust, energetic, strong-minded, and fearless General Green Clay;
Mercer, the sensible and brave soldier, John Adair, afterward governor of the state;
Scott, Colonel Robert Johnson, the progenitor of a gallant race, one of whom figured in contemporary history as a hero at the Thames, as an honest national legislator, and as Vice-President of the United States;
Nelson, the elder John Rowan, than whom our country has produced no more chivalrous gentleman, and few more eloquent orators or more learned jurists; and
Washington, the brilliant Felix Grundy.


Surrounded by associates so illustrious, among whom medioerity would have been dwarfed, the handsome talents of the young Logan attracted attention, and made him conspicuous. He was frequently a member of the state legislature from both Lincoln and Shelby counties; in 1803, when not yet twenty-eight years of age, he was elected speaker of the house of representatives; was selected for that position for the three succeeding terms of the general assembly, the choice being made unanimous in 1806; and was again chosen at the terms of 1808 and 1809. No other man has been chosen to that position so often in Kentucky, nor presided in it with more winning grace. In 1809, he was a presidential elector, and was chosen to that responsible position again in 1813, and for a third time in 1817. Appointed judge of the court of appeals in 1808, he resigned the place in a short time. Re-appointed in 1810, he was noted for the propriety and ability with which he discharged the responsible duties of the trust.--[Collins.]


In 1819, he was elected a senator of the United States; after a brief service, resigned in 1820, for the purpose of becoming a candidate for governor, to which place he was not elected. In 1821, he was once more sent to the legislature from Shelby. He was now generally looked to for governor in 1824, and the successor ship to Adair was conceded to him; but, in 1822, he died, in the prime of his manhood and intellect, in his forty-sixth year. The character of his mind was eminently conservative."


"Logan, William, 1776-1822. Miscellaneous papers, 1820-1822. C\L. 3 items.
Kentucky state legislator, judge, and U.S. senator. Papers include letters dated 9 Jan. and 3 March 1820 discussing social activities in the capital, the possibility of running for governor of Kentucky, an invitation to have his likeness placed in a gallery in Philadelphia, various friends, and notes that the admission of Missouri seemed settled; and an 8 Aug. 1822 obituary for William Logan noting that he died at his residence in Shelby Co., Ky., of the "prevailing fever.""


Children:
Ann Montgomery Logan m. Virgil McKnight on 26 May 1822 in Shelby, Kentucky
Rosanna Logan m. Charles Nourse on 24 Aug 1831 in Shelby, Kentucky
Priscilla Christian Logan was born 1810.
Eliza Jane Logan m. Charles Jordan Clarke on 1832 in Shelby, Kentucky
William Logan born 1816 in Shelby, Kentucky. m. Information from desc of father of William indicates this son did not marry.
Caleb Wallace Logan m. Agatha Madison Marshall on 24 Oct 1843 in Woodford, Kentucky


LOGAN, William, 1776-1822 Senate Years of Service: 1819-1820 Party: Republican


LOGAN, William, a Senator from Kentucky; born within the fort at Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Ky., December 8, 1776; spent his early childhood in the fort at St. Asaphs, receiving private instruction from his parents and tutors; moved to Shelby County, Ky., about 1798; studied law; was admitted to the bar and practiced; delegate to the State constitutional convention in 1799; served as a commissioner of the Kentucky River Co. in 1820; member, State house of representatives 1803-1806, 1808, and served as speaker two terms; judge of the court of appeals 1808-1812; presidential elector in 1808, 1812, and 1816; elected as a Republican to the United States Senate and served from March 4, 1819, to May 28, 1820, when he resigned to become a gubernatorial candidate; unsuccessful candidate for Governor in 1820; died at his residence in Shelby County on August 8, 1822; interment in the Logan family burial ground near Shelbyville, Ky.


Logan, William (1776-1822) Born in Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Ky., December 8, 1776. Democrat. Delegate to Kentucky state constitutional convention, 1799; member of Kentucky state house of representatives, 1803-06; Speaker of the Kentucky State House of Representatives, 1804-06; state court judge, 1808; U.S. Senator from Kentucky, 1819-20. Died in Shelby County, Ky., August 8, 1822. Interment at a private or family graveyard, Shelby County, Ky. See also: congressional biography.




[375002]
died of a fever


                                                              __
                                                             |  
                                _David LOGAN "the Immigrant"_|
                               | (1706 - 1757)               |
                               |                             |__
                               |                                
 _Benjamin LOGAN Sr.___________|
| (1742 - 1802)                |
|                              |                              __
|                              |                             |  
|                              |_____________________________|
|                                                            |
|                                                            |__
|                                                               
|
|--William LOGAN Judge
|  (1776 - 1822)
|                                                             __
|                                                            |  
|                               _William MONTGOMERY _________|
|                              | (1730 - ....)               |
|                              |                             |__
|                              |                                
|_Elizabeth 'Anne' MONTGOMERY _|
  (1761 - 1825)                |
                               |                              __
                               |                             |  
                               |_____________________________|
                                                             |
                                                             |__
                                                                

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Guyney MORGAN

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I101281

  • RESIDENCE: of Wythe Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1896]
Father: Nathaniel MORGAN
Mother: Margaret SUMMERS



                                             _Thomas MORGAN ______+
                                            | (1680 - 1732)       
                       _Morgan MORGAN ______|
                      | (1720 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_Givyn_______________
                      |                       (1690 - 1746)       
 _Nathaniel MORGAN ___|
| (1740 - 1802) m 1760|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Guyney MORGAN 
|  (1760 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Margaret SUMMERS ___|
  (1740 - ....) m 1760|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Jobe STOCKTON

ABT 1644 - Dec 1732

ID Number: I91294

  • RESIDENCE: Burlington Co. NJ
  • BIRTH: ABT 1644
  • DEATH: Dec 1732, Springfield township, Burlington Co. New Jersey
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3385]
Father: Richard STOCKTON Sr."the Immigrant"


Notes


III. Job, m. Ann PETTY, sister of William PETTY.
Children:
2 Joseph Stockton d: 1741 + Mary Farnsworth
2 William Stockton d: 1781 + Mary Brian
2 Anna Stockton + Vincent Leeds
2 Job Stockton b: ABT 1673




                                          __
                                         |  
                                       __|
                                      |  |
                                      |  |__
                                      |     
 _Richard STOCKTON Sr."the Immigrant"_|
| (1630 - 1707)                       |
|                                     |   __
|                                     |  |  
|                                     |__|
|                                        |
|                                        |__
|                                           
|
|--Jobe STOCKTON 
|  (1644 - 1732)
|                                         __
|                                        |  
|                                      __|
|                                     |  |
|                                     |  |__
|                                     |     
|_____________________________________|
                                      |
                                      |   __
                                      |  |  
                                      |__|
                                         |
                                         |__
                                            

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John UNTHANK

ABT 1750 - ____

ID Number: I49570

  • RESIDENCE: prob.Guilford Co. NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1767]

Family 1 : Sarah HUNT
  1.  Joseph UNTHANK

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Judith Howard WOOD

ABT 1750 - ____

ID Number: I33708

Father: Peter WOOD
Mother: SUSANNA HOWARD


Family 1 : John BAKER of Berkeley
  1. +Juliet Wood BAKER

Notes


dau of Peter Wood and Susanna Howard of Charles County MD, gd, dau. of Sir Henry and Lady Judith Howard of "Howard Hall" England.

                                                     _(RESEARCH QUERY) WOOD _
                                                    |                        
                       _James WOOD _________________|
                      | (1670 - ....)               |
                      |                             |________________________
                      |                                                      
 _Peter WOOD _________|
| (1701 - ....)       |
|                     |                              ________________________
|                     |                             |                        
|                     |_Rachel GILLIAM _____________|
|                       (1670 - ....)               |
|                                                   |________________________
|                                                                            
|
|--Judith Howard WOOD 
|  (1750 - ....)
|                                                    ________________________
|                                                   |                        
|                      _HENRY HOWARD of Howard Hall_|
|                     | (1690 - ....)               |
|                     |                             |________________________
|                     |                                                      
|_SUSANNA HOWARD _____|
  (1720 - ....)       |
                      |                              ________________________
                      |                             |                        
                      |_JUDITH of Howard Hall_______|
                        (1700 - ....)               |
                                                    |________________________
                                                                             

Sources

[S747]

[S1647]

[S2065]

[S3018]


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