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King AETHELRED I (Ethred Edryd) of Mercia

ABT 0650 - ABT 0716

ID Number: I97712

  • TITLE: King
  • OCCUPATION: 11th Bretwalda (High King); acceded 675
  • RESIDENCE: Mercia, Briton
  • BIRTH: ABT 0650
  • DEATH: ABT 0716
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3557] [S3753]
Father: PENDA "the Strong" of Mercia
Mother: CYNEWISE


Family 1 : OSTHRYTH of Northumbria

Notes


Children: Ceolred (King) of MERCIA; poss. King Ceolwald.


675 - King Aescwine of Wessex checks the military advance of King Wulfhere and his Mercian army at the Battle of Biedanheafde. Death of King Wulfhere of Mercia. He is succeeded by his brother, Aethelred I, and, nominally at least, by his son, Berthwald, who takes on overlordship of the Hwicce and Wessex border area as sub-King, perhaps of Hendrica and Chilternset. King Aethelred of Mercia founds the monastery at Breedon-on-the-Hill on the site of St. Hardulph's hermitage.


676 - King Aethelred of Mercia invades Kent in an attempt to enforce overlordship and diminish Kentish influence in Surrey and London. His armies cause so much destruction to the diocese of Rochester that the see is abandoned.


c.679 - King Aethelred I of Mercia marries Princess Osthryth, sister of King Ecgfrith of Northumbria.


679 - The Synod of Hatfield is held. The armies of King Aethelred I of Mercia and King Ecgfirth of Northumbria clash at the Battle of the Trent. Sub-King Aelfwine of Deira is killed in the fighting and Mercia retakes Lindsey. Bishop Eadhaed of Lindsey is expelled. He becomes Abbot of Ripon. Northumbria is properly united.


                                                                        _CREODA of Mercia____+
                                                                       | (.... - 0593)       
                                _PYBBA (Pibba, Wibba, Wybba) of Mercia_|
                               | (0570 - ....)                         |
                               |                                       |_____________________
                               |                                                             
 _PENDA "the Strong" of Mercia_|
| (0590 - 0655)                |
|                              |                                        _____________________
|                              |                                       |                     
|                              |_FEARGNA of Mumhan_____________________|
|                                                                      |
|                                                                      |_____________________
|                                                                                            
|
|--AETHELRED I (Ethred Edryd) of Mercia
|  (0650 - 0716)
|                                                                       _____________________
|                                                                      |                     
|                               _REDWALD of East Anglia________________|
|                              |                                       |
|                              |                                       |_____________________
|                              |                                                             
|_CYNEWISE_____________________|
                               |
                               |                                        _____________________
                               |                                       |                     
                               |_SIGEWISE of Essex_____________________|
                                                                       |
                                                                       |_____________________
                                                                                             

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Nancy BALL


This person is presumed living.

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Henry Power Brodnax BIBB

23 Nov 1804 - 17 Dec 1823

ID Number: I101444

  • RESIDENCE: Frankfort Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 23 Nov 1804
  • DEATH: 17 Dec 1823
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS
Father: George Mortimer BIBB Judge
Mother: Martha Tabb SCOTT



                                                          _John BIBB __________+
                                                         | (1703 - 1769)       
                              _Richard BIBB _____________|
                             | (1752 - 1839) m 1775      |
                             |                           |_Susannah BIGGERS ___
                             |                             (1719 - 1786)       
 _George Mortimer BIBB Judge_|
| (1776 - 1859)              |
|                            |                            _____________________
|                            |                           |                     
|                            |_Lucy BOOKER ______________|
|                              (1758 - 1815) m 1775      |
|                                                        |_____________________
|                                                                              
|
|--Henry Power Brodnax BIBB 
|  (1804 - 1823)
|                                                         _Samuel SCOTT _______+
|                                                        | (1708 - 1755)       
|                             _Charles SCOTT of Kentucky_|
|                            | (1746 - 1813) m 1762      |
|                            |                           |_____________________
|                            |                                                 
|_Martha Tabb SCOTT _________|
  (1781 - 1829)              |
                             |                            _____________________
                             |                           |                     
                             |_Frances Howard SWEENEY ___|
                               (1742 - 1804) m 1762      |
                                                         |_____________________
                                                                               

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Elizabeth CARTER

1725 - 1763

ID Number: I74937

  • BIRTH: 1725
  • DEATH: 1763
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2893]

Family 1 : Francis WILLIS
  1. +Francis WILLIS

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Sarah "Sally" CLACK

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I34195

  • RESIDENCE: Gloucester and Brunswick Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1123] [S2755]
Father: James CLACK
Mother: Mary STERLING


Family 1 : William MACLIN III
  1. +Anna MACLIN

Notes


Also known as Sally - claimed to be the descendent of the Bolling Family and from the Indian Chieftain Powhaton and his daughter Pocahontas. Alive when husband's will was probated 9 Mar 1803. "Kinfolks" by William Curry Harllee p. 2472, 2473.


Claimed to be the descendent of the Bolling Family and from the Indian Chieftain Powhaton and his daughter Pocahontas.Also known as Sally - claimed to be the descendent of the Bolling Family and from the Indian Chieftain Powhaton and his daughter Pocahontas. Alive when husband's will was probated 9 Mar 1803. "Kinfolks" by William Curry Harllee p. 2472, 2473.


"Kinfolks" by William Curry Harllee p. 2472-73, 2678, 2680-92, 2710, 2732.

[S2755]


                                                     __________________________________
                                                    |                                  
                       _James CLACK "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1655 - 1723) m 1693        |
                      |                             |__________________________________
                      |                                                                
 _James CLACK ________|
| (1693 - 1757) m 1720|
|                     |                              _Robert I BOLLING "the immigrant"_+
|                     |                             | (1646 - 1709) m 1675             
|                     |_Jane Rolfe BOLLING _________|
|                       (1675 - 1714) m 1693        |
|                                                   |_Jane ROLFE ______________________+
|                                                     (1650 - 1676) m 1675             
|
|--Sarah "Sally" CLACK 
|  (1730 - ....)
|                                                    _John STERLING Sr.________________
|                                                   | (1650 - ....)                    
|                      _John STERLING Jr.___________|
|                     | (1673 - 1741)               |
|                     |                             |_Alice BASSETT ___________________
|                     |                               (1650 - ....)                    
|_Mary STERLING ______|
  (1699 - 1763) m 1720|
                      |                              _Enoch MARTIN ____________________
                      |                             | (1650 - ....)                    
                      |_Mary MARTIN ________________|
                        (1687 - 1748)               |
                                                    |_Elizabeth THORNE ________________
                                                      (1650 - ....)                    

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[S1123]

[S2755]

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Avis CORBETT

ABT 1900 - ____

ID Number: I43478

  • RESIDENCE: AR
  • BIRTH: ABT 1900
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1132]

Family 1 : Otis GATEWOOD

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Taliaferro "Toliver" CRAIG I

1705 - 5 Feb 1795

ID Number: I30874

Father: John CRAIG
Mother: Jane TALIAFERRO


Family 1 : Mary "Polly" HAWKINS
  1. +John Hawkins CRAIG
  2. +Joyce or Jossie CRAIG
  3. +Toliver CRAIG II
  4. +Lewis CRAIG
  5. +Elijah CRAIG Sr.
  6. +Joseph CRAIG
  7. +Jane CRAIG
  8. +Sarah "Sally" Davis CRAIG
  9. +Benjamin CRAIG
  10. +Elizabeth CRAIG
  11. +Jeremiah CRAIG

Notes


"Fayette Co., KY. Genealogical Society Quarterly," Vol. 12, No. 2 (Summer, 1997), pp.57-59. (Only CRAIG names copied) BRYAN STATION TIDBITS
"The defenders of Bryan Station at the time of the siege, which began late in the night of August 15th and lasted till August 17th, 1782. When the morning of August 16th dawned, the settlers apparently sensed the presence of the Indians for some reason. At first alarm two men, Thomas Bell and Nicholas Tomlinson slipped away to get help from Lexington. The Indians still did not make their presence known, not wanting the pioneers to know their strenghht (sic) yet and thus make a surprise attack. Water was always a must and with that they thought to be able to hold out from a seige. This was a task for the women generally, and they went about it even in this face of danger. The memorial wall at Bryan Station Spring lists these women, as well as, the men that were there."
WOMEN
**Sara Page CRAIG (with daus. Polly & Frankey CRAIG)\
Betsy CRAIG
**Sally CRAIG
Nancy CRAIG
**Polly CRAIG
Lucy Hawkins CRAIG
**Polly Hawkins CRAIG (wife of Tolliver CRAIG, Sr. & her dau. Sally CRAIG)
Sally CRAIG Singleton
**Eliz. Johnson CRAIG (wife of Tolliver CRAIG, Jr. & her daus. Polly & Nancy)
**Jane CRAIG Saunders (wife of John Saunders & her daus. Polly, Betsy & Lydia)
**Eliz. CRAIG Cave (wife of Richard Cave & daus. Hannah & Polly Cave)
** This is the list of the CRAIG women that went out of the station to get water from the well and the daughters that went with them.
"Defenders of Bryan Station as indicated from a letter by Joseph Ficklin, who as a boy witnessed the seige from the beginning. He grew up in the neighborhood where Bryan Station was located and knew many of them that took part in the seige. He states there were 44 men in the station, but could not give a complete list. Most historians give the numbers as 44 men, about 32 women and 64 children. The number for the men most likely included the young boys old enought to help the defense."
MEN
John CRAIG, SR.
his son, John CRAIG, Jr.
Jeremiah CRAIG
"The Memorial Wall list: The two lists differ, but the Wall list most likely included the young men, boys, and the old men listed as too old, as well as some of those that came to the aid of the station."
John CRAIG Lewis CRAIG Elijah CRAIG John CRAIG
John H. CRAIG Phillip CRAIG Hawkins CRAIG William CRAIG
Elijah CRAIG Frank CRAIG* Toliver CRAIG, Sr. Nathaniel CRAIG
Benjamin CRAIG Jeremiah CRAIG Toliver CRAIG, Jr. Toliver CRAIG
Elijah CRAIG Whitfield CRAIG*a
* "These two were Rev. Francis CRAIG and his son, Whitfield, visiting at time of the seige, as indicated by Katherine CRAIG, a historian."
Only ones killed were a Robert Adkinson and David Mitchell.


"Confirmed by three of his grandsons to have been the illegitimate son of a Taliaferro and a woman named Craig -- one saying Jane Craig, early records show Taliver Craig "of Corbin," in Virginia. He sired a large family, several of them becoming distinguished Baptists preachers. They all moved to Kentucky, including the elderly Taliaferro Craig and his wife, who seemed to have lived close to their son Capt. John Craig. Taliferro was probably living on Clear Creek in Woodford County when he died. His will was recorded in Woodford County, Kentucky."


[S2321]


                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _John CRAIG _________|
| (1680 - 1704) m 1703|
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Taliaferro "Toliver" CRAIG I
|  (1705 - 1795)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Jane TALIAFERRO ____|
  (1684 - ....) m 1703|
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

Sources

[S1509]

[S125]

[S1199]

[S1509]

[S1796]

[S2318]

[S2321]

[S2321]


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Seth GAINES

ABT 1796 - ABT 1834

ID Number: I49733

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper and Faquier Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1796
  • DEATH: ABT 1834
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1286]
Father: William Henry GAINES
Mother: Jane "Jenny" BOTTS



                                                                 _William Henry GAINES ____+
                                                                | (1705 - 1796) m 1727     
                         _Richard GAINES _______________________|
                        | (1728 - 1804) m 1753                  |
                        |                                       |_Isabella PENDLETON ______+
                        |                                         (1712 - 1781) m 1727     
 _William Henry GAINES _|
| (1754 - 1818) m 1778  |
|                       |                                        _Rowland CORNELIUS _______
|                       |                                       | (1700 - ....)            
|                       |_Ann CORNELIUS ________________________|
|                         (1735 - 1757) m 1753                  |
|                                                               |_Rebecca__________________
|                                                                 (1700 - ....)            
|
|--Seth GAINES 
|  (1796 - 1834)
|                                                                _Thomas BOTTS II__________+
|                                                               | (1674 - 1742) m 1699     
|                        _Seth BOTTS ___________________________|
|                       | (1713 - 1776) m 1735                  |
|                       |                                       |_Elizabeth Rhodes KANNON _
|                       |                                         (1681 - 1751) m 1699     
|_Jane "Jenny" BOTTS ___|
  (1757 - 1826) m 1778  |
                        |                                        _Samuel BIRDWELL _________+
                        |                                       | (1680 - 1770)            
                        |_Sabrina (Sabina or Sabacah) BIRDWELL _|
                          (1717 - 1785) m 1735                  |
                                                                |_Sarah____________________
                                                                  (1680 - 1796)            

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Josepha LOPEZ

ABT 1790 - 18 Feb 1820

ID Number: I82174

  • RESIDENCE: Pensacola, Escambia Co. FL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1790, Pensacola, Escambia Co. Florida
  • DEATH: 18 Feb 1820, Pensacola, Escambia Co. Florida
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3084]
Father: Joseph Anthony Nicholas LOPEZ "the Immigrant"
Mother: Maria Victoria "Nancy" CALDER


Family 1 : Don Francisco MARENO
  1. +Angela Sylvaria MARENO

                                                                                        __
                                                                                       |  
                                                 ______________________________________|
                                                |                                      |
                                                |                                      |__
                                                |                                         
 _Joseph Anthony Nicholas LOPEZ "the Immigrant"_|
| (1746 - 1814)                                 |
|                                               |                                       __
|                                               |                                      |  
|                                               |______________________________________|
|                                                                                      |
|                                                                                      |__
|                                                                                         
|
|--Josepha LOPEZ 
|  (1790 - 1820)
|                                                                                       __
|                                                                                      |  
|                                                _Peter William CALDER "the Immigrant"_|
|                                               |                                      |
|                                               |                                      |__
|                                               |                                         
|_Maria Victoria "Nancy" CALDER ________________|
  (1762 - ....)                                 |
                                                |                                       __
                                                |                                      |  
                                                |_Agnes ROGER _________________________|
                                                                                       |
                                                                                       |__
                                                                                          

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Sgt. Robert MARTIN "the Immigrant"

ABT 1747 - ABT 1810

ID Number: I226

  • TITLE: Sgt.
  • OCCUPATION: 1775 British Rangers & Rev War-Marion's Brigade
  • RESIDENCE: St. James Goose Creek Par. & Union Co. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1747, Dublin? IRE [S322]
  • DEATH: ABT 1810, Prob. Union Co. SC [S322]
  • RESOURCES: See: NOTES [S11] [S13] [S306] [S320] [S322] [S615]
Father: (James?) MARTIN "the Immigrant"


Family 1 : Elizabeth LINDSAY
Family 2 : Agnes "Nancy" LINDSAY
  1. +James M. MARTIN
  2.  Robert MARTIN
  3.  Tom MARTIN
  4.  John MARTIN
  5.  Janet Scott MARTIN
  6. +Samuel MARTIN

Notes


CONFLICT : reports Elizabeth Lindsay m. Robert Martin. Were there two Robert Martins?
See her sister Agnes Lindsay m. to Robert Martin Record.


Elizabeth must have been married to somebody before Holland in 1824, (1) her age; (2) Her own property, ie, pre-nuptual agreements. See notes under Elizabeth. (3) Who are her Children?


Robert Martin was listed next to Lindsay (no first name) in St James Goose Cr. Parish, Charleston Dist.., 1790. Lindsay had 2 m. over 16, no m. under, 6 females, and 14 slaves. (H. of F. p.36.)


Wills of South Carolina, Vol III, p. 109
Robert Martin wit will of James Witherspoon of Williamsburg, planter, 30 Sep 1768, proved 2 Dec 1768; recorded Will Book RR, 1767-1771, p. 271.


p. 174 Robert Martin wit the will of Wm Carmicael, dtd 19 Oct 1770.


Robert Martin in Charleston Dist. record of the birth of son James Martin in 1788.


Robert Martin wit to wills in Charleston Dist. in 1789 & 1790 and on the 1790 census.


John C. Martin on 1790 census.
no Robert Martin in 1800 Charleston Dist.,
Robt Martin in Union District in 1800.
age over 44; f 26-44; 1m 26-44; 1m 16-25 3m 10-15, 3m & 2f u/10.
1810-Robert Martin in Union Dist. over 44;
1m and 2f 16-25, 2f 10-15; 1f u/10.


In 1810 Robt Martin was taxed for a loon and 300 yard of cloth a still and 60 gal liquor and 5 slaves.


"Martin, Saxon, Hayes, and Allied Families" by Mrs. Clifford Grubbs (ggdau of Robert Martin), states that Sgt. Robert Martin had sons, John, Tom, James, Robert, and Sam. During the British occupation of Charleston, Robert Martin temporarily moved his family inland to "Spartan"." (unverified item by )


1790 Census - St. James Goose Creek Parish, Charleston Dist.Census: 1m o/16; 3 m u/16; 1f and 2 slaves.
1800 Census(microfilm p. 235) - Robert Martin enumerated in Union Dist. age o/44; 1f age 26-44; 1m 26-44; 1m 16-25; 3m 10-15; 3m and 2f less than 10.
1810 Census Union Dist. Microfilm p. 236: age over 44; 1f o/44; 1m 16-25; 2f 16-25; 2f 10-15; 1f less than 10.
Most of his children have not been identified.


The following references are pre-Revolution service with the British Colonial Rangers and Regulators."Historical & Genealogical Mag of SC" quotes: "Robert Martin, 28 years, 6'2", b in Dublin, IRE. He returned with Eli Kershaw's Co. June 18, 1775 to Charleston, SC."


From the same periodical, Vol 1, Page 119: "Robert Martin was a member of Col. William Thompson's Co. of 4th Co. of the Regt. of Rangers as a private. Returned from service from June to Nov 1775".


General Francis Marion's Men, originally compiled in 1938 by Wm. W. Boddie and supplemented in 1949 by Leonardo Andrea, included 11 Martin men. Robert Martin, as proved by Pay Indent Book P, p. 313.


History of SC referred to the military service of Robert Martin of St. James Goose Creek Parish.


Summary from the 1929 US Army Adjutant General's Office. Robert Martin enlisted 24 Jul 1777 and was paid through 15 Nov 1783, serving with the 3rd SC Regt. and in the 2nd Regt, SC Cont. Troops. Rank at discharge was Sargeant.


Enoree River / Cross Keys: The earliest settlers in Cross Keys between the Enoree and Tyger Rivers, located in southwestern Union County (near Spartanburg and Laurens Counties), arrived during the 1750s. Families that settled in the Cross Keys area included: BARRUM and LEWIS, BOBO, BOYCE, Jesse DODD, FLOYD, GORDON, HOLCOMBE, JACKSON, MARTIN, MARTINDALE, MURPHY, RAY, SMITH, Samuel SIMPSON, SKELTON, William RHODES, Andrew TORRANCE.


Ann Lindsay, dau of James Lindsay & Jean McCants m. John Norman:


Will of Dicy Norman, 1836, names her sister Elizabeth who m. John Martin. Witnesses to her will were Robert Martin, Francis Bobo, Jane S. Martin. (Holcomb, p. 136; Union Wills B:225-226.)
John Norman Sr., will of 1842, names wife Lettice, ch. James (dec'd), Margaret Wilburn, Jane Weeks, David Norman, Jesse Norman, J.M. Norman, T.P. McNorman [sic]. (Holcomb, p.147, citing Union Wills B:301-303.)


Robert Martin of St. James Goose Creek Parish, Charleston District, SC, served in the Revolutionary War under General Francis Marion, according to a book by Michael J. Heitzler, entitled HISTORIC GOOSE CREEK, SOUTH CAROLINA, 1670-1980, (c) 1983, Southern Historical Press, P. 137. Also serving from Goose Creek were Andrew DeHay and John DeHay. [Robert Martin
had sisters-in-law who married DeHays. See discussion to follow.]
Heitzler's history seems to prove that Robert Martin was residing in Charleston District at some time before or during the Revolution.


Another publication listing 2500 men who served under General Francis Marion also included the name Robert Martin.


Supporting the conclusion that this was Sgt. Robert Martin, the veteran of the Revolutionary War, are two important facts. First, Jean (nee McCants) Lindsay, widow of James Lindsay whose estate was settled in Williamsburg District / Co. in 1797, made her will in Union County, SC, in 1813, naming Robert Martin [Jr.] and Janet Scott Martin as her grandchildren. The will, thus, proves that Mrs. Jean Lindsay had a daughter who married a Mr.Martin. Neither the daughter nor the son-in-law were identified in the will. By implication, the daughter was deceased before 1813. The fact that this daughter was also not named in the estate stettlement of James Lindsay suggests that this daughter died by 1797, place unknown, but likely in either Charleston District or Union District, SC.


The 1813 will of Jean Lindsay also proves that the Robert Martin who was residing in Charleston District in 1790 was surrounded by Mrs. Jean Lindsay's family and relatives: several daughters who married DeHays, with their families; probably Mrs. Jean Lindsay's own family, as a "_?_ Linsey" family was enumerated on successive lines of the census with Robert Martin's family and James Lindsay was not found elsewhere in SC in 1790; and some of the McCants relatives of Mrs. Jean Lindsay were also in the same neighborhood in Charleston District in 1790.


Second, James (M.) Martin, son of Robert Martin, Sr., who was born in Charleston [District] in 1788, per his tombstone in Randolph Co., GA, also resided in Union County, as proved by James' 1811 marriage to "Hester" Bogan in Union County, by several Union County deeds of James and Hester Martin, and by the 1820 census record of the James Martin family in Union County.


The presence of Robert Martin, Sr., in the same county with Mrs. Jean Lindsay and with James M. Martin argues strongly that he was the Robert Martin formerly of Charleston District.


The Robert Martin who was enumerated in Charleston District in 1790, page 36, had three sons under age 16, or born after 1774. These three would have been between the ages of 10-26 in 1800. The above 1800 census shows 4 probable sons ages 10-25, or born 1775-1790, and a possible son over 25 years, or born 1774 or earlier. It is not a perfect match for the 1790 census of the Robert Martin family but such deviations were not uncommon from census to census.


The 1800 census of Robert Martin in Union County could be interpreted several different ways. For example, Robert Martin could have been a widow with a married child and family residing with him in 1800. Or, he may have been married and his wife was under the age of 45 in 1800 and he had a son who was about age 26 in 1800, or born about 1774.


In 1790, Robert Martin was residing in St. James Goose Neck Creek Parish [of the Church of England] in Charleston District, South Carolina. Enumerated in the same parish on the same page of the census was John C. Martin, possibly a brother or a cousin. John C. Martin of St. James Parish appeared to be single in 1790 but owed 22 slaves. He was perhaps an older man.


Robert Martin, R. W. veteran, was possibly married to Agnes ("Nancy") LINDSAY as late as 1786. This estimate is derived from the fact that the couple had three sons in 1790. It is unlikely they had three sons in less than four years. So it appears likely that Robert and Agnes married sometime between [1790 minus 16] 1774 and 1786.


Agnes LINDSAY (possibly nicknamed "Nancy"), daughter of James and Jean (McCants) Lindsay was the mother of Robert Martin [Jr.] and Janet Scott Martin, both born after the 1790 census was taken. Agnes Lindsay Martin was apparently deceased when Mrs. Jean Lindsay wrote her will in 1813. The fact that she was not mentioned in the 1797 settlement of the estate of James Lindsay suggests that Agnes Lindsay deceased before 1797.


The report in DAR records that the wife of Sgt. Robert Martin was nicknamed "Polly" is erroneous. There was a different Robert Martin who resided in Spartanburg County, SC, who had a wife who was called "Polly" Martin. No Polly Martin records have been found in either Charleston District, SC, or Union County, SC.


"Robert Martin, Sr." of Union Co., SC, had a wife named Elizabeth in 1815 when they sold land in Union County. Did Robert Martin, Sr., remarry to Elizabeth __?__ prior to the 1800 census? If so, Elizabeth was born between 1766 and 1774, based on her age ranges reported on the Union County census in 1800 and 1810. Robert and Elizabeth Martin probably removed from Union County, SC, in or after 1815 and before the 1820 census. It is not known when or where either died.


The children's records to this family are probably children of Robert Martin. There were others who have not been identified, according to census records, assuming that Robert Martin, Sr., of Union County, SC, was the same person as Robert Martin of the 1790 census of Chareston District, SC.


The report in an approved DAR application that Robert Martin had a daughter named Frances Martin who was born in 1782 is proved to be erroneous by the 1790 census, as there were no daughters in the home of Robert Martin in Charleston District in 1790.


In her book MARTIN AND ALLIED FAMILIES, Lillie Martin Grubbs said: "Several daughters" [of Robert Martin] "married in SC. Anyone wishing to come in on this line refer to the Nat. Soc." [of the Daughters of the American Revolution] "Nos. 97451-88563-223173."



[S11] [S323] [S322]


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 _(James?) MARTIN "the Immigrant"_|
| (1704 - ....)                   |
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|                                       
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|--Robert MARTIN "the Immigrant"
|  (1747 - 1810)
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|_________________________________|
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Sources

[S322]

[S322]

[S11]

[S13]

[S306]

[S320]

[S322]

[S615]

[S11]

[S323]

[S322]


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Elizabeth MIMS

1757 - 29 Apr 1827

ID Number: I91457

  • RESIDENCE: Old Cheraw and Darlington, SC
  • BIRTH: 1757, Lynches Creek, South Carolina
  • DEATH: 29 Apr 1827, Cheraw District, South Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3394]

Family 1 : Andrew DUBOSE Jr.

Notes


Elizabeth (Mems?) Mims

Sources

[S3394]


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Thomas VEZEY

ABT 1656 - ____

ID Number: I66253

  • RESIDENCE: Lancaster Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1656, Lancaster Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2499] [S2513]
Father: George VEZEY "the Immigrant"
Mother: Joan


Notes


d.s.p. no issue.

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 _George VEZEY "the Immigrant"_|
| (1632 - 1664) m 1655         |
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|                                 |
|                                 |__
|                                    
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|--Thomas VEZEY 
|  (1656 - ....)
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|                              |  |
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|_Joan_________________________|
  (1635 - ....) m 1655         |
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                                  |
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[S2499]

[S2513]


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Frances YOUNG

1762 - 1789

ID Number: I41108

  • RESIDENCE: Halifax & Louisa Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 1762, Halifax Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1789, Louisa Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S617] [S1108] [S1552]
Father: Leonard YOUNG
Mother: Frances HACKLEY


Family 1 : Henry MEADE
  1. +Fielding Lewis MEADE

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 _Leonard YOUNG ______|
| (1730 - ....)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Frances YOUNG 
|  (1762 - 1789)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Frances HACKLEY ____|
  (1740 - ....)       |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

Sources

[S617]

[S1108]

[S1552]


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