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Thomas DYER

1747 - ____

ID Number: I54691

  • RESIDENCE: MD
  • BIRTH: 1747
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1804]
Father: William DYER
Mother: Sarah SWANN


Notes


Source is: Title: diblasi.FTW same as ref 1804. [S2325]

                                             __________________________
                                            |                          
                       _Patrick DYER _______|
                      | (1680 - 1724)       |
                      |                     |__________________________
                      |                                                
 _William DYER _______|
| (1703 - 1760)       |
|                     |                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) BARNES _
|                     |                     |                          
|                     |_Comfort BARNES _____|
|                       (1680 - ....)       |
|                                           |__________________________
|                                                                      
|
|--Thomas DYER 
|  (1747 - ....)
|                                            _Edward SWANN Sr._________+
|                                           | (1630 - 1693)            
|                      _Samuel SWANN _______|
|                     | (1676 - 1743)       |
|                     |                     |_Susannah HEATH? _________
|                     |                       (1630 - ....)            
|_Sarah SWANN ________|
  (1707 - ....)       |
                      |                      _Oliver BURCH ____________
                      |                     | (1646 - 1729) m 1680     
                      |_Ann BURCH __________|
                        (1680 - ....)       |
                                            |_Barbara TENNISON ________+
                                              (1663 - ....) m 1680     

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[S1804]

[S2325]


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Capt. John ENGLISH Sr.

ABT 1725 - AFT 1782

ID Number: I74208

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • RESIDENCE: Stafford and King George Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1725
  • DEATH: AFT 1782, King George Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS IGI notes [S1615] [S2809] [S2989]

Family 1 : Prudence THORNTON
  1.  Sarah ENGLISH
  2.  Lettice ENGLISH
  3.  John ENGLISH Jr.
  4.  Margaret ENGLISH
  5.  Robert ENGLISH
  6.  William ENGLISH

Notes


John English - Prudence Thornton Posted by: Sue Harris Date: January 02, 1998 of 2790:
"Capt.(?) John English, b ca Oct 1725, prob VA, d aft 1782, King George Co., VA, m Prudence Thornton.
Children:
Sarah 1749-1820 Sumner Co., TN, m John Carter Stark;
Lettice b 1751;
John, Jr. b 1753;
Margaret, b 1754;
Robert, b 1756;
William, b ca 1758.
(Bible Records.) Need parents of John English & Prudence Thornton - where were they prior to King George Co.? Also, would love to have more info on their ch other than my ancestor Sarah! No one seems to know anything except about Sarah!!"


Re: John English - Prudence Thornton Posted by: Ethel Gallant Date: July 01, 1998 at 08:06:03
In Reply to: John English - Prudence Thornton by Sue Harris of 2790


"There is a book called Houston County History by the Houston County Historical Commission that has Capt. John English and his descendents listed. There is also a newly published book, Crossing Over Cochino, with the English descendants from English Ferry, New River, VA from 1700s listed."


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[S1615]

[S2809]

[S2989]


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Elizabeth H. GATEWOOD

12 Dec 1866 - 29 Jun 1881

ID Number: I67295

  • RESIDENCE: GA and Johnson Co. TX
  • BIRTH: 12 Dec 1866, Georgia
  • DEATH: 29 Jun 1881
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2162]
Father: Pleasant Dudley GATEWOOD
Mother: Martha G. PARKS


Notes


1880 Census Johnson Co. Texas
Elizabeth H. GATEWOOD Dau S Female W 13 GA Tending School KY GA

                                                       _Henry GATEWOOD IV___+
                                                      | (1781 - 1824) m 1805
                             _Henry GATEWOOD V________|
                            | (1814 - 1879) m 1838    |
                            |                         |_Amy QUISENBERRY ____+
                            |                           (1780 - 1855) m 1805
 _Pleasant Dudley GATEWOOD _|
| (1840 - 1902) m 1865      |
|                           |                          _Cornelius PHILLIPS _+
|                           |                         | (1767 - 1834) m 1790
|                           |_Lucinda PHILLIPS _______|
|                             (1814 - 1891) m 1838    |
|                                                     |_Rhoda SHORES _______
|                                                       (1766 - 1860) m 1790
|
|--Elizabeth H. GATEWOOD 
|  (1866 - 1881)
|                                                      _____________________
|                                                     |                     
|                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) PARKS _|
|                           |                         |
|                           |                         |_____________________
|                           |                                               
|_Martha G. PARKS __________|
  (1845 - ....) m 1865      |
                            |                          _____________________
                            |                         |                     
                            |_________________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |_____________________
                                                                            

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William GRENTHER Jr.

ABT 1650 - by 7 Sept. 1667

ID Number: I28599

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1650
  • DEATH: by 7 Sept. 1667
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1087] [S1440]
Father: William GRENTHER
Mother: Daughter? GRAVES



                                             __________________________________
                                            |                                  
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |__________________________________
                      |                                                        
 _William GRENTHER ___|
| (1630 - ....)       |
|                     |                      __________________________________
|                     |                     |                                  
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |__________________________________
|                                                                              
|
|--William GRENTHER Jr.
|  (1650 - ....)
|                                            _Thomas II GRAVES "the Immigrant"_+
|                                           | (1584 - 1635) m 1610             
|                      _John GRAVES ________|
|                     | (1612 - 1640) m 1624|
|                     |                     |_Katherine CROSHER _______________+
|                     |                       (1586 - 1636) m 1610             
|_Daughter? GRAVES ___|
  (1636 - ....)       |
                      |                      __________________________________
                      |                     |                                  
                      |_Ann? PERRIN? _______|
                        (1610 - ....) m 1624|
                                            |__________________________________
                                                                               

Sources

[S1087]

[S1440]


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Elizabeth GUERRANT

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I26229

  • RESIDENCE: Buckingham and Franklin Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: Peter GUERRANT III
Mother: Tabitha MOSS



                                                               _Pierre "Peter" GUERRANT (GUERIN) Sr._+
                                                              | (1697 - 1750) m 1732                 
                       _Peter (Pierre) GUERRANT (GUERIN) Jr.__|
                      | (1737 - 1819) m 1756                  |
                      |                                       |_Magdalene TRABUE ____________________+
                      |                                         (1715 - 1787) m 1732                 
 _Peter GUERRANT III__|
| (1764 - ....)       |
|                     |                                        _Daniel P. PERROW Sr__________________+
|                     |                                       | (1702 - 1761) m 1720                 
|                     |_Mary PERROW (PERAULT) ________________|
|                       (1739 - 1805) m 1756                  |
|                                                             |_Mary Marie RENNO ____________________
|                                                               (1709 - ....) m 1720                 
|
|--Elizabeth GUERRANT 
|  (1800 - ....)
|                                                              ______________________________________
|                                                             |                                      
|                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) MOSS of Old Virginia_|
|                     |                                       |
|                     |                                       |______________________________________
|                     |                                                                              
|_Tabitha MOSS _______|
  (1777 - 1826)       |
                      |                                        ______________________________________
                      |                                       |                                      
                      |_______________________________________|
                                                              |
                                                              |______________________________________
                                                                                                     

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[S180]


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WILLIAM de HAY 1st Earl of Erroll

ABT 1412 - 29 Sep 1462

ID Number: I63974

  • OCCUPATION: Constable of Scotland, Acceded: 12 JUN 1452
  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • BIRTH: ABT 1412, Erroll, Perth, Scotland
  • DEATH: 29 Sep 1462
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS AF 9QD6-S1 [S2222] [S2434] [S3181]
Father: GILBERT de HAY of Errol
Mother: ALICE de HAY


Family 1 : BEATRIX DOUGLAS
  1. +WILLIAM de HAY 3rd Earl of Erroll
  2.  ELIZABETH de HAY
  3.  NICHOLAS HAY 2nd Earl of Erroll
  4. +MARGARET HAY
  5. +MARGARET HAY of Errol

Notes


Children:
i. Nicholas [2nd Earl]
ii. William
iii. Isabel, b. Aft 1449, m. Laurence OLIPHANT, b. Aft 1425


Periodical: Peerage & Baronetage Date: ca. 1921


                                                                    _THOMAS de la HAY 7th Baron Great Constable_+
                                                                   | (1342 - 1406)                              
                           _WILLIAM de la HAY 8th Baron of Erroll__|
                          | (1374 - 1436)                          |
                          |                                        |_ELIZABETH STEWART of Scotland______________+
                          |                                          (1340 - 1389)                              
 _GILBERT de HAY of Errol_|
| (1395 - 1436)           |
|                         |                                         _PATRICK de GRAY of Broxmouth_______________
|                         |                                        | (1350 - ....)                              
|                         |_MARGARET de GRAY ______________________|
|                           (1380 - ....)                          |
|                                                                  |____________________________________________
|                                                                                                               
|
|--WILLIAM de HAY 1st Earl of Erroll
|  (1412 - 1462)
|                                                                   ____________________________________________
|                                                                  |                                            
|                          _WILLIAM de HAY of Locharett and Yester_|
|                         | (1375 - 1421)                          |
|                         |                                        |____________________________________________
|                         |                                                                                     
|_ALICE de HAY ___________|
  (1395 - ....)           |
                          |                                         _THOMAS de la HAY 7th Baron Great Constable_+
                          |                                        | (1342 - 1406)                              
                          |_ALICIA de HAY of Erroll________________|
                            (1382 - ....)                          |
                                                                   |_ELIZABETH STEWART of Scotland______________+
                                                                     (1340 - 1389)                              

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[S2434]

[S3181]


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Joseph Stephen HITE

2 Dec 1822 - 17 Sep 1885

ID Number: I22908

  • RESIDENCE: KY
  • BIRTH: 2 Dec 1822
  • DEATH: 17 Sep 1885
  • RESOURCES: See: [S747]
Father: Stephen Lewis HITE
Mother: Martha "Patsy" Awbrey PENDLETON


Family 1 : Emeline HAEFER
  1.  Martha HITE
  2.  Lewis HITE
  3.  Joseph HITE
  4.  George HITE
  5. +Susan HITE
  6.  William HITE
  7.  Edward HITE
  8.  Mary HITE
  9.  Lee HITE
  10.  Elizabeth "Bettie" HITE

                                                              _Abraham HITE _______+
                                                             | (1727 - 1790) m 1751
                                    _Joseph HITE ____________|
                                   | (1757 - 1831)           |
                                   |                         |_Rebecca Van METRE __+
                                   |                           (1734 - 1809) m 1751
 _Stephen Lewis HITE ______________|
| (1799 - 1828) m 1822             |
|                                  |                          _____________________
|                                  |                         |                     
|                                  |_Sarah LEWIS ____________|
|                                    (1770 - ....)           |
|                                                            |_____________________
|                                                                                  
|
|--Joseph Stephen HITE 
|  (1822 - 1885)
|                                                             _Philip PENDLETON ___+
|                                                            | (1747 - 1811) m 1766
|                                   _James Philip PENDLETON _|
|                                  | (1767 - 1841) m 1788    |
|                                  |                         |_Martha AWBREY ______+
|                                  |                           (1745 - 1805) m 1766
|_Martha "Patsy" Awbrey PENDLETON _|
  (1798 - 1830) m 1822             |
                                   |                          _James BELL _________+
                                   |                         | (1718 - 1787)       
                                   |_Sarah BELL _____________|
                                     (1769 - ....) m 1788    |
                                                             |_____________________
                                                                                   

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Henrietta HORRY

ABT 1710 - ____

ID Number: I76578

Father: Elias HORRY I
Mother: Margaret (Marguerite) HUGER



                                   __
                                  |  
                                __|
                               |  |
                               |  |__
                               |     
 _Elias HORRY I________________|
| (1664 - 1736) m 1704         |
|                              |   __
|                              |  |  
|                              |__|
|                                 |
|                                 |__
|                                    
|
|--Henrietta HORRY 
|  (1710 - ....)
|                                  __
|                                 |  
|                               __|
|                              |  |
|                              |  |__
|                              |     
|_Margaret (Marguerite) HUGER _|
  (1680 - ....) m 1704         |
                               |   __
                               |  |  
                               |__|
                                  |
                                  |__
                                     

Sources

[S541]

[S546]

[S1337]


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Walter Scott MCBRIDE

16 Apr 1816 - 2 Oct 1876

ID Number: I15995

  • OCCUPATION: Blacksmith and Methodist Preacher
  • RESIDENCE: Lafayette, LA
  • BIRTH: 16 Apr 1816, St. Martin Parish, Louisiana
  • DEATH: 2 Oct 1876
  • RESOURCES: See: [S453] [S3016]
Father: Thomas Walter MCBRIDE
Mother: Julienne BOGARD


Family 1 : Judite "Judy" HIGGINBOTHAM

Notes


Succ. date 29 Sep 1876, OPEL CT HSE # 3900.
1860 census, 45 yrs old with $450 value Personal Estate, $200 value Real Estate -- place of birth St. Martin Parish, LA. Judy "Judite" was 36 and place of birth was MS; they lived on the next property from Judite's brother Giles' widow Euphrosine and eight of Giles' children. Ten of Walter and Judy's children were listed born between 1842 and 1859.


William Monroe, b Vermilion, LA.
All b St. Landry Parish, LA.
Henry Thomas, Marguerite, Joseph Walter Scott, Judith "Judy", Juliene, Steven Ottry., Edwin Ruthwin, Mary Ann and Roland Eden McBride.


1890 Census Acadia Parish, LA
McBride, Mrs. Walter 3 158 acres.
N - Giles Higginbotham
S - E. R. McBride


Milligan, W. B. 3 224 acres, 3 horses, mare, 30 cattle, 20 sheep 2 vehicles.
N - E. Higginbotham
E - E. Meche
S - Bruner & Jeffries
W - T. Jones


Milligan, James 3 40 acres, 1 horse, 1 mare, 1 ox, 10 cattle.
N - E. Higginbotham
E - E. Meche
S & W - W. B. Milligan


Meche, Edgar 2 160 acres, 2 horses, 2 mares, 5 cattle, vehicle.
N - E. Higginbotham
E - L. J. Tausey
S - T. or F. Thibodeaux
W - M. Milligan


Children:
2 Sarah McBride b: ABT. 1839
2 Eliza McBride b: ABT. 1840
2 Montomery McBride b: ABT. 1841
2 William Honore McBride b: 15 SEP 1842 d: 29 SEP 1929 + Marie Euphrosine Barousse b: 7 DEC 1847 d: 15 JUN 1917
2 Henri (Henry) Dallas McBride b: 21 NOV 1844 d: 17 FEB 1911 + Marie Louise Perrodin b: 11 DEC 1848 d: ABT. 1930
2 Margaret (Marguerite) McBride b: 2 JAN 1846 d: 20 AUG 1917 + Pierre "Louis" Fontenot b: 12 DEC 1839 d: 3 MAR 1890
2 Walter Scott (Dean) McBride , Jr., CFSD b: 1 DEC 1849 d: 20 AUG 1917 + Aurelia Perres b: 13 JAN 1855 d: 23 MAR 1936
2 Julianna (Julie Ann) McBride b: 3 SEP 1850 d: 17 DEC 1950 + Jeremiah "Jerry" Wimberly b: 29 NOV 1858 d: 15 DEC 1926
2 Julienne "Julie" McBride b: 24 SEP 1852 + Cyprien "Benjamin" Fontenot b: 24 MAR 1852
2 Stephen Ottry McBride b: 15 Jun 1854 d: 26 Jan 1948 + Louise Wood b: 20 Jul 1858 d: 3 Oct 1926
2 Edwin Russin (Ruthvin) McBride b: 1 OCT 1855 d: 28 JUL 1950 + Anastasie Clement b: 28 NOV 1861 d: 24 JUN 1881 + Marie Lorina (Laurina) Guidry b: 12 JUN 1865 d: 7 NOV 1939
2 Mary Ann McBride b: 20 OCT 1858 d: 23 OCT 1923 + William Thomas Murrell b: 20 MAR 1860 d: 13 SEP 1927
2 Roland Eden McBride b: 17 MAY 1859 d: 5 APR 1933 + Mary Elizabeth Miller b: 4 NOV 1870 d: 5 APR 1933
2 Florence McBride b: 3 OCT 1861 d: 24 JAN 1940 + Joe Venable

[S453] [S3016]


                                                _(RESEARCH QUERY) MCBRIDE ______
                                               |                                
                          _Thomas MCBRIDE _____|
                         | (1750 - ....)       |
                         |                     |________________________________
                         |                                                      
 _Thomas Walter MCBRIDE _|
| (1770 - 1824) m 1793   |
|                        |                      ________________________________
|                        |                     |                                
|                        |_Maria SCOTT ________|
|                          (1750 - ....)       |
|                                              |________________________________
|                                                                               
|
|--Walter Scott MCBRIDE 
|  (1816 - 1876)
|                                               _Camile or Jacob BOGARD Sr._____
|                                              | (1720 - ....)                  
|                         _Jacob BOGARD Jr.____|
|                        | (1750 - ....)       |
|                        |                     |________________________________
|                        |                                                      
|_Julienne BOGARD _______|
  (1780 - ....) m 1793   |
                         |                      _Michael RITTER "the Immigrant"_
                         |                     | (1749 - 1804)                  
                         |_Marguerite RITTER __|
                           (1779 - ....)       |
                                               |_Barbara COR ___________________
                                                 (1750 - 1800)                  

Sources

[S453]

[S3016]

[S453]

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Susan MITCHELL

ABT 1788 - ____

ID Number: I49004

  • RESIDENCE: Freeport, Cumberland, ME
  • BIRTH: ABT 1788
  • BURIAL: Porter's Landing Cemetery
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1746] [S1747]

Family 1 : Rufus SOULE

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[S1746]

[S1747]


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Ruth Helen MOODY


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Capt. Joseph MOTLEY III

ABT 1736 - 15 Dec 1806

ID Number: I38770

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War Continental Army
  • RESIDENCE: Gloucester and Amelia and Pittsylvania Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1736, Amelia Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 15 Dec 1806, Pittsylvania Co. Virginia [S1906]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1001] [S1906] [S2433]
Father: Joseph MOTLEY II
Mother: Elizabeth FORREST


Family 1 : Martha "Molly" ELLINGTON
  1. +David James MOTLEY
  2.  Amy MOTLEY
  3. +John MOTLEY
  4. +Obedience MOTLEY

Notes


"May have been born in Glaucester Co., VA. Joseph was a Captain under General George Washington in the French and Indian War. Was a supply agent for the Continental Army in the Revolutionary War." Src: RootsWeb World Connect, database: vivpea; Author: Pannill, Mrs. Fitzhugh Hastings, State Regent Title: The Roster of Texas Daughters Revolutionary Ancestors; Publication: Texas Society, DAR / 1976; Title: World of Whitney
Publication: www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/3975
Title: Sons of the American Revolution Patriot Index CD
Children:
David James MOTLEY b: abt 1753 d: 20 Mar 1826 + Elizabeth PENDLETON b: 1765 d: 1804
Daniel MOTLEY b: ABT 1755 + Sara PAYNE b: 1763 d: NOV 1815
Amy MOTLEY b: CIR 1757 + James CARTER
Samuel MOTLEY b: CIR 1759
John MOTLEY b: 1761 + Elizabeth DUPUY
Martha MOTLEY b: 1763 + James STEWART
Obedience MOTLEY b: 1768 d: ABT 1863 + John MOREHEAD b: 1773


Prudence MOTLEY b: CIR 1770 + Joshua STONE
Sally MOTLEY b: ABT 1772 + Francis ANDERSON
Delilah MOTLEY b: ABT 1774 + Benjamin TERRY
Elizabeth MOTLEY b: 1776 + Elizabeth IRBY


Joseph Captain) MOTLEY b: CIR 1720 d: 15 DEC 1806 + Martha ELLINGTON b: 1725 d: 1776


ABSTRACTS OF PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA
WILLS, 1767 - 1820 Compiled by Lela C. ADAMS, Bassett, Virginia
Southern Historical Press, Inc. c/o. the Rev. Silas Emmett LUCAS, Jr. P. O. Box 738
Easley, SC 29641-0738 Copyright 1986 By Southern Historical Press


Page 133, WILL BOOK 11
Page 299-300, 8 Nov. 1804, Pr.: 15 Dec. 1806


LWT Joseph MOTLEY being wear in body but of sound mind.
To my beloved wife Elizabeth MOTLEY one hundred pounds also land her during her natural life the land and plantation where I now live and negros: Primor, Will, Mat, Hannah. and livestock, furniture and a London Still.


The remainder of my estate to be divided into eleven parts to: my granddaugater Patsey MOTLEY (dau. of David MOTLEY), son Daniel MOTLEY, son Samuel MOTLEY, son John MOTLEY, and to Martha STEWART''s four children one part, daughter Obedience MOOREHEAD one part, to daughter Prudence STONE one part, to daughter Sally ANDERSON one part, to my daughter Amey CARTER, lend her one part during her lifetime then to her children, to my daughter Delilah TERRY one part, to my grandson Joseph MOTLEY TANNER, should he die without issue to his two brothers Joel TANNER and Asa TANNER. At the death of my wife what has been lent to her to be divided to the legaties above named in the same manner.
(Signed) Joseph Mothey
Wit: John R. Hall, Rhoda (X) Oliver, William Hall. Daniel Motley, William Irby (Dr.), William Hall, James M. Williams, Doctor C. Williams security for Christopher Terry.


Children:
David James Motley b. Bet 1753 and 1763 in Amelia Co., VA
Daniel Motley b. About 1755 in Pittsylvania Co., VA
Amy Motley b. About 1757
Samuel Motley b. About 1759
John Motley b. About 1761
Martha Motley b. About 1763
Obedience Motley b. Bet 1768 and 1770 in Pittsylvania Co., VA
Prudence Motley b. 1770 in Pittsylvania Co., VA
Sally Motley b. 1772
Elizabeth Motley b. 1776
Delilah Motley b. 7 Dec 1779 in Pittsylvania Co., VA




[S2433]


                                                         __
                                                        |  
                       _Joseph I MOTLEY "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1670 - ....)                   |
                      |                                 |__
                      |                                    
 _Joseph MOTLEY II____|
| (1706 - 1777) m 1734|
|                     |                                  __
|                     |                                 |  
|                     |_________________________________|
|                                                       |
|                                                       |__
|                                                          
|
|--Joseph MOTLEY III
|  (1736 - 1806)
|                                                        __
|                                                       |  
|                      _Abraham FORREST ________________|
|                     | (1686 - 1758)                   |
|                     |                                 |__
|                     |                                    
|_Elizabeth FORREST __|
  (1716 - 1799) m 1734|
                      |                                  __
                      |                                 |  
                      |_________________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |__
                                                           

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[S1906]

[S1001]

[S1906]

[S2433]

[S2433]


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Sherry PHILLIPS


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Ann (Nancy) SLATER

ABT 1729 - Jun 1775

ID Number: I36400

  • RESIDENCE: London, England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1729
  • DEATH: Jun 1775, Tamerton Foliot, Devon, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1334]

Family 1 : John WILLSON "the Immigrant"
  1. +Fenelon Toms Randolph WILLSON

Notes


Dau of John Slater & Elizabeth Toms of London, England. Their children:
Ann (Nancy) Slater, Philip Slater, John Slater, Elizabeth Slater.

Sources

[S1334]


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Gen. John SMITH of Hackwood Park

7 May 1750 - 3 Mar 1836

ID Number: I61604

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: Dunmore's War & Rev War
  • RESIDENCE: Middlesex and Winchester, Fredricks Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 7 May 1750, Shooters Hill, Middlesex Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 3 Mar 1836, Winchester, Frederick Co. Virginia [301482]
  • BURIAL: Mt. Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, Frederick, VA [301483]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2095] [S2304]
Father: John SMITH of Shooter's Hill
Mother: Mary JAQUELIN


Family 1 : Anna BULL
  1. +Martha Maria SMITH
  2.  Peyton Bull SMITH
  3.  John Bull Davidson SMITH

Notes


"Chapter VI General John Smith. General John Smith, of Hackwood Park, Frederick County, Va., b. May 7, 1750; d. March 3, 1836. Married (Feb. 10, 1781) Anna (Animus) Bull, b. 1761; d. Sept. 15, 1831; daughter of Gen'l John Bull, of Pennsylvania.


In 1774 John Smith was engaged in Dunmore's war against the Indians. On January 8, 1776, he was commissioned Colonel by the Council of Safety of Virginia; March 6, 1777, County Lieutenant, by P. Henry, Governor; April 1, 1784, again County Lieutenant, by P. Henry, Governor; March 6, 1793, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant by Henry Lee, Governor. December 21, 1801, Brigadier General, by James Monroe, Governor; January 26, 1811, Major General of the Third Division Virginia State Troops, by James Monroe, Governor, which office Gen'l Smith retained until his death, in 1836.


He received a pension of $50.00 a month for services as Colonel during the Revolutionary War, in which he served under General Daniel Morgan and General Muhlenberg. Though not in the line, he served directly under the order of Congress. He was Commissary of Prisoners and had under his charge the Scotch taken in the Chesapeake, the Hessians taken at Princeton, and the Saratoga prisoners. He was employed by the government to hold them, and was furnished with money to defray expenses. He was also recruiting officer for a time, and enlisted many men, made purchases of army clothing and subsistence.


The following is a specimen of the manner of reporting at that time:
Dear Sir:-Upon an examination into the number of arms delivered at Winchester by the militia I found that my accounts made them less in number than I supposed. I have sent your orders back that you may make any alterations you think proper. I am, Sir, with great respect, your most obedient John Smith. April 13th, 1782.
Muskets, 934. Col. James Wood.
Bayonets, 428. (afterwards General.)
Cartridge Boxes, 649.
The records of the Pension Office give his services under Gen'l Morgan and Muhlenberg. The records of the Treasury Department and War Department show the granting and payment of the pension. The records of Congress state that he was a member from the Winchester District continuously from 1801 to 1815.


Following is given a letter written by General Smith, while he was a member of Congress, to his nephew, Major Charles Nourse: Washington City, April 8, 1808. Dear Charles:-I avail myself of the opportunity offered by the British packet again to pay you my attentions from my post. Since I wrote you last the President has communicated to Congress interesting information in regard to our foreign relations. A letter from Champagne to General Armstrong fully demonstrates General Bonaparte's intentions towards the United States. It is a pleasing circumstance to find that the embargo has prevented the accomplishment, in full, of this arch-despot's contemplated outrage and that but a small portion of the American property has fallen into his iron grasp. The plunder I consider too inconsiderable to compensate for the loss of greater benefits, and, therefore, we are tonight to expect the order under which American vessels are held in sequestration will be rescinded.


By a letter from Mr. Erskine, to Mr. Madison, and from information received through the medium of Mr. Pinckney, we find the tone of the British administration greatly altered. If that nation wishes for amity with the United States and considers her commerce with this country an object of attention, the sooner she recalls her despotic edicts and meets the American government upon fair and equitable terms the better for herself. Few men who have not witnessed the revolutionary contest have a proper idea of the perseverance of an American or his ingenuity in supplying his wants. The embargo appears now to be settled down to a system. We begin now to look for the loss of our crops and to turn our attention to other things. We have samples of excellent wool sent us from different parts of the United States, and some of the eastern gentlemen have produced cloth from their portion of the union not unworthy of the best manufacturers of England. Our cotton spinning and weaving machinery is rapidly advancing, and necessity will compel us to go on, I fear the people of Great Britain have formed an opinion of the American character from the wretched calumnies of our public prints. Even the speeches made in Congress are but delusive fatui, calculated to effect very different purposes from what they express. Old Pickering has been exhibiting his talents by writing to the government of Massachusetts, which letter you will see, and according to custom it is made an ensign of party. The old gentleman has in the senate been reprobating one of the primary principles upon which the embargo was founded. You will hear perhaps, much said about this letter, and I therefore mention that neither Pickering or his letter have the most distant weight with the ruling sect of the United States.


Our Army bill is still upon the carpet. Randolph is again upon his feet and leads a charge against its passage. We have been flve days engaged in animated debate, at this stage of the business. It will pass, however, and a pitiful thing it is of six thousand men. Gardonier is out again and recovering fast. He is a little warped at present, in appearance. I can hardly tell you when we shall rise: the 27th of the month is spoken of. This, however, is uncertain.


I have now written you a long letter, but before I conclude, I must request that if any public prints of late improvements in agriculture should fall in your way, to show yourself here the next fall with the work. Accept my best wishes for your happiness, and affectionate regards. (Signed) John Smith.


P. S.-6 o'clock-I have just returned from the hall. The Army bill has passed, 96 to 16. Hence, you see how Mr. Randolph stands. Mr. Madison still gains ground as a candidate to succeed Mr. Jefferson, and I have no doubt, myself, but what he will succeed.


General Smith was also a member of the Virginia House of Delegates for several years. As Major-General of the Third District Virginia State troops, he remained until his death, in office.


As County Lieutenant of Frederick County, Va., in which capacity he served at Winchester, having in charge not only the Scotch and Hessian soldiers captured on the Chesapeake and at Trenton, but also members of the Pennsylvania Society of Friends (Quakers) held as prisoners of war, being, as they refused to fight, suspected of disloyalty to the patriots' cause. Out of his private means he provided food and clothing for these prisoners.


In the "History of the Lower Shenandoah Valley," published by Warner, of Chicago, 1890, p. 666, may be found an account of the family of "Shooter's Hill," in which reference is made to the services of General John Smith, of "Hackwood," as a patriot of the American Revolution, and giving a portrait of him.


Kercheval's "History of the Valley" was dedicated to Gen'l John Smith. James' "History of the Quakers" shows the position of General John Smith as County Lieutenant of Frederick County, Va., while in charge of the imprisoned "Friends" at Winchester, Va.


The following letter written by Gen'l John Smith while a member of Congress, to his son-in-law, Robert Mills, U. S. Government Architect, has interest, as it treats of incidents in Congress just prior to the war of 1812-'15 with Great Britain: Washington City, April 2, 1812.
Dear Sir:-I received your letter, in answer to two of mine, by the mail of a few days past, and informed Mr. Clay of its contents. That gentleman has not heard lately from the Committee at Richmond. When he does you shall hear from me. I passed an irksome day yesterday in conclave, in consequence of a confldential message from the President. The amount of our deliberations will soon be known, and indeed, I calculate upon our offspring being announced in Philadelphia, before you receive this. I confess, I like not the policy adopted, but certainly shall support it as the will of the majority. From all that I can learn, we have to look for war at no distant period. Great Britain is determined to maintain her present system, and is making preparations to enforce it. We must, therefore, be on the alert, and prepare for the worst. We have, at this moment, cleared ship again to receive a report from the Committee on Foreign Relations. This tells you that the storm thickens, for this is extra of the business of yesterday. I will, therefore, with my love to Eliza and my granddaughter [this was Sarah Zane Mills] conclude with friendly salutations. [Signed] John Smith.


Note:-The Richmond business referred to in the first part of this letter was the adoption of the plan of Robert Mills, for the Monumental Church.


The length of time that General John Smith was a member of the House of Delegates is not known to the writer. He wrote in 1820 that he must soon leave for Richmond, and in 1824 his wife writes that he is soon to start for Richmond, and that his friends tell him this must be his last year, he must take a rest.
Image Not Shown-Hackwood Park, Near Winchester, Va. Home of Gen. John Smith From a water-color painting by Mr. Robert Mills


The following is the dedication to General John Smith in Kercheval's "History of the Valley": "Like Nestor of old, you have lived to see two generations pass away, and now remain the example of the third. You saw Dunmore's war in 1774, you witnessed the war of the Revolution, and the War of 1812, with the haughty Briton. In all these great struggles of our Country, you have given the most conclusive evidence of unbending virtue and uncompromising patriotism. The Author has had the gratification of knowing you for a full half-century. When a small boy, he frequently saw you, though he was then too young to attract your notice, and it was not until he had entered upon the active duties of life, that he had the high satisfaction of a personal acquaintance.


The author disclaims anything like insincere flattery, and feels assured that your candor will readily pardon him for the freedom he uses in his dedication of his History of the Valley to you. To you, Sir, is he indebted for much of the valuable information detailed in the following pages. In you, Sir, he has witnessed the calm, dignified statesman and philosopher, the uniform and consistent Republican, the active and zealous officer, whether in the field or councils of the Country. He has witnessed more. He has seen you in high, pecuniary prosperity, he has seen you in later years struggling with adverse fortunes, and in all has discovered the calm, dignified resignation to misfortune which always characterizes the great and good man. Yes, Sir, you have spent at least fifty years of your valuable life in the service of your country, and when you go home, that you may enter into the joy of your Lord, is the fervent prayer of the Author."


Copy of Gen'l John Smith's certificate of pension. War Department, Revolutionary Claim. I certify that in conformity with the law of the United States, of the 7th of June, 1832, John Smith, of the State of Virginia; who was a Colonel in the Army of the Revolution, is entitled to receive Six hundred dollars, per annum, during his natural life, payable on the 4th day of March, and on the 4th day of September, of every year. Given at the office of the United States, this 13th day of March, 1833. (Signed) Lewis Cass, Secretary of War.
Examined and countersigned, J. L. Edwards, Commissioner of Pensions.


Major General John Smith, of Hackwood Park, Frederick County, Va., b. at Shooter's Hill estate on the Piankatank River, in Middlesex County, May 7, 1750, at 5 o'clock, a. m. He resided for a time at "Fleet's Bay" estate in Northumberland County, from which he removed to Frederick County, Va., in 1773, and settled on an estate he named "Hackwood Park," near Winchester. His brother, Edward, accompanied him and settled on an adjoining estate, which he named "Smithfield."


In 1773, the vicinity of Winchester was one of the few spots in the Valley of Virginia where virgin forests were to be found. Elsewhere in the Valley the forests had been so repeatedly burned by the Indians, in the interest of the chase, that the primeval character of its forests had disappeared. This was Gen'l Smith's reason for locating his residence near Winchester. The entire capital of himself and his brother, Edward, was £1,000, given the latter by his aunt, Mrs. Martha Jaquelin, for the entire estates of "Shooter's Hill" and "Fleet's Bay" had been sold to satisfy the forfeited bond of a defaulter. Mrs. John Smith, née Anna Bull.


Gen'l Smith soon became a leading citizen of his section, and retained his popularity to the end of his life. This was shown in his election as vestryman for the parish of Frederick, by a unanimous vote. He being the only one of the twelve vestrymen elected who was given that compliment.


The wife of Gen'l John Smith, to whom he was married February 10, 1781, by Rev. Mr. Surgis, in Berkeley County, Va., has been variously named, Anna, Animus, and Quinis Bull. It is probable that she assumed the name of Anna when a young girl, and retained it through life. She was the daughter of Gen'l John Bull, of Northumberland County, Va.


Mrs. Anna (Bull) Smith was a highly cultivated and intellectual lady, possessed of those strong womanly traits of character so necessary in troublesome times. "Hackwood Park" was the hospitable rendezvous for the patriotic statesmen and warriors of that period and thrilling tales might be told of conferences held, plans laid, and events foreshadowed, if the secrets of the rooms of that mansion could be disclosed.


The correspondence of Gen'l Smith includes letters from the President of the Continental Congress, Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Harrison, Wythe, Henry, and of the Generals Wood, Stephens, Charles Lee, Gates, and Dark. The quaint and bold English, peculiar chirography, and original orthography of this correspondence, make these letters not only expressive, but very interesting.


Mrs. Anna Bull died September 15, 1831, aged about seventy years. She never would tell the date of her birth; said, when asked, that she was as old as her eyes, and a little older than her teeth. Notwithstanding this peculiarity, she was a woman of more than ordinary business capacity and literary ability. She had built the Spring House, at Hackwood, of limestone, quarried on the place, and the walls, now strong as when built, bid fair to stand another century. It was one of the most picturesque homes in the valley, on ground sloping from a beautiful clear-water creek which, fed by springs on the premises, widens into miniature lakes deep enough for boating, embellished with green lawns and large ancient trees of most beautiful foliage. Unfortunately the old people in their declining years were deprived of its shelter; pecuniary misfortunes overtook them in 1824, and they were compelled to leave it.


It is said that Mrs. Anna Smith not only educated but started in life fifty children besides her own, and some of Gen'l and Mrs. Smith's misfortune has been attributed to the open hand with which she dealt out her charity. It was not always worthily bestowed, and ingratitude was the result. In many of her letters she mentions a number of her protégés with pride and satisfaction, to know that they were prospering in life.


The General died in the home of his granddaughter, Mrs. Isaac F. Hite, Jr., near Middletown, Frederick County, Va., March 3, 1836. Mr. Edward Jaquelin Davison says: "These old people raised my father, who lost his mother at the tender age of 21 months, and he ever spoke of them with the tenderest affection and highest respect. Indeed, they were his model for honorable men and women, and he attributed all that was good in him to their training."


General John Smith, of Hackwood Park, and his wife, Mrs. Anna Smith, were both buried in the family burial ground at Hackwood, although neither died at that place. The vandalism of contending armies swept over their last resting place, and a few years ago E. J. Davison bought a lot at Mount Hebron cemetery, Winchester, to which place he removed the remains of his grandparents, Gen'l and Mrs. Smith, as well as the others buried at Hackwood, as the graveyard there had lost any semblance of the purpose for which it was intended.
(Descendants, Volume III, Chapters III-VII.)"


"Built 'Hackwood' still located just outside of Winchester, Frederick Co., VA. Lived there until his death. Home 'Hackwood' still located outside Winchester, VA 1999 great condition.
Children:
1. Martha Maria Smith Born: 23 JAN 1782 - Marr: 1800 - William Davison Died: 15 Nov 1815 - Winchester, VA
2. Eliza Barnwell Smith Born: 10 FEB 1784 - Marr: 1808 - Robert Mills Died: 1863 -
3. John Augustine Smith Born: 30 JAN 1786 - Died: 1806 - Wagon accident.
4. Edward Jaquelin Smith Born: 30 DEC 1787 - IV. Edward Jaquelin Smith((4)), b. Dec. 30, 1787, between 10 and 11 o'clock p. m.; d. in infancy.
5. Augustine Charles Smith Born: 05 APR 1789 - Marr: 1811 - Elizabeth Dangerfield Magill
Died: 26 JUL 1843 -
6. Peyton Bull Smith Born: 1791 - Died: NOV 1809 - Killed in a duel.
7. Edward Jaquelina Haines Smith Born: 30 DEC 1793 - Marr: 1815 (multiple spouses) - VII. Edward Jaquelin Haines Smith((4)), b. 1713, or '14. Married, first, George W. Murdock; second, James M. Daniel. George William Murdock Died: 10 MAR 1872 - Jacksonville, FL
8. Robert Mackay Smith Born: 1796 - Died: in infancy
9. John Bull Davidson Smith Born: 08 DEC 1802 - Marr: 1837 - Elizabeth Peyton Died: 1839 - Hannibal, Marion, MO."


Gen'l John Smith((3)) (Mary Jaquelin((2)) (married John Smith, of Shooter's Hill), Edward Jaquelin((1))), b. May 7, 1750, Middlesex Co.; d. 1836; was the seventh child, and second son of Major John Smith and Mary Jaquelin, his wife. About the time he attained his majority, his father was called upon to pay a large security debt for his friend and relation, Speaker John Robinson. (See Wirt's "Life of Patrick Henry.") To meet this debt Capt. Smith was compelled to throw into market a large amount of property, including his home, "Shooter's Hill.


The family's altered circumstances compelled John and his younger brother, Edward, to seek their fortunes elsewhere than in their native country, and they selected what was then termed "the wilds of the Shenandoah Valley," as the scene of their future efforts. Their only capital was given them by their maiden aunt, Martha Jaquelin, of Jamestown, who gave to each one thousand pounds English ($5,000.00) with some family jewels and furniture. Both brothers invested this money in lands near Winchester, Va. John called his tract "Hackwood Park." Edward's land lies in Clarke Co., and he named it "Smithfield." Both places are still known by their names, and Smithfield is still owned by Edward's descendants. John Smith at once set out on his career of soldier and statesman. A special chapter is devoted to him."




[S2095] [S2304] [S2095]

[301482]
Home of his granddaughter, Mrs. Isaac F. Hite

[301483]
family burial ground at Hackwood

[524097]
by Rev. Mr. Surgis


                                                                  _Lawrence SMITH I "the Immigrant"_+
                                                                 | (1629 - 1700) m 1651             
                                _Augustine Warner SMITH _________|
                               | (1687 - 1781) m 1711            |
                               |                                 |_Mary DEBNAM _____________________+
                               |                                   (1629 - 1700) m 1651             
 _John SMITH of Shooter's Hill_|
| (1715 - 1752) m 1737         |
|                              |                                  _John CARVER _____________________
|                              |                                 | (1669 - ....)                    
|                              |_Sarah CARVER ___________________|
|                                (1694 - 1725) m 1711            |
|                                                                |__________________________________
|                                                                                                   
|
|--John SMITH of Hackwood Park
|  (1750 - 1836)
|                                                                 _John JAQUELIN ___________________
|                                                                | (1640 - ....)                    
|                               _Edward JAQUELIN "the Immigrant"_|
|                              | (1668 - 1730) m 1706            |
|                              |                                 |_Elizabeth CRADDOCK ______________
|                              |                                   (1640 - ....)                    
|_Mary JAQUELIN _______________|
  (1714 - 1764) m 1737         |
                               |                                  _William CARY I___________________+
                               |                                 | (1657 - 1713)                    
                               |_Martha CARY ____________________|
                                 (1686 - 1738) m 1706            |
                                                                 |_Martha SCARBROOKE _______________+
                                                                   (1660 - ....)                    

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Ann "Nancy" WYATT

17 Nov 1760 - ____

ID Number: I92499

  • RESIDENCE: Charlotte Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 17 Nov 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2128]
Father: Joseph WYATT
Mother: Dorothy PEYTON


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15-3. Ann b. 1760 m. Maj Frances Scott. 2 Nancy Wyatt b: 17 NOV 1760 + Francis Scott

                                                  _Richard WYATT ______+
                                                 | (1650 - ....) m 1672
                       _Henry WYATT _____________|
                      | (1690 - ....)            |
                      |                          |_Sallie PEYTON ______+
                      |                            (1655 - ....) m 1672
 _Joseph WYATT _______|
| (1728 - 1767)       |
|                     |                           _____________________
|                     |                          |                     
|                     |_Elizabeth DANDRIDGE _____|
|                       (1690 - ....)            |
|                                                |_____________________
|                                                                      
|
|--Ann "Nancy" WYATT 
|  (1760 - ....)
|                                                 _____________________
|                                                |                     
|                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) PEYTON _|
|                     |                          |
|                     |                          |_____________________
|                     |                                                
|_Dorothy PEYTON _____|
  (1730 - 1767)       |
                      |                           _____________________
                      |                          |                     
                      |__________________________|
                                                 |
                                                 |_____________________
                                                                       

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