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Pierre AUBER

ABT 1555 - ____

ID Number: I20449

  • RESIDENCE: Rouen, Normandy, France
  • BIRTH: ABT 1555, Rouen, Normandy, France
  • RESOURCES: See: [S667]
Father: AUBER


Family 1 : Jehanna BOUCHER
  1.  Jean AUBER
  2. +Marie AUBER

Notes


Marr.of dau.Marie-book, Les Marr.Protest.,SLC Europe 944.25/R1,V290.


[S667]


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Lt. Burrows Pressley BROCKINGTON

1832 - 13 May 1888

ID Number: I32990

  • TITLE: Lt.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA; 25th SC Vol; Gregg's Regt & Col. Haygood's 1st Regiment S.C.Vols & Planter
  • RESIDENCE: Pudding Swamp, Williamsburg Dist. SC
  • BIRTH: 1832, Williamsburg Dist. SC
  • DEATH: 13 May 1888, Williamsburg Dist. SC
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1246]
Father: William Scriven BROCKINGTON
Mother: Louise Eliz DOLLAR


Family 1 : Maria BURGESS
  1.  Samuel Peter BROCKINGTON
Family 2 : Emma BAGNELL
Family 3 : Edwina BAGNELL

Notes


Burrows Pressley Brockinton, (1832-1888) was the youngest child of his parents, William and Eliza Brockinton. He was an unassuming, honest, brave, conscientious, noble fellow. He was a private in the Wee Nee Voluenteers in Gregg's Regiment. Upon the re-organization of the company for service in Hagood's Regiment he was elected Orderly Sergeant. A more efficient officer and agreeable friend and associate I could not hace had. When in camp he shared my tent, and when in barracks (as we were at Battery Island on the Stono River) my room. Though it was not customary for Commissioned officers and non-commissioned officers or privates to mess together, Burrows P. Brockinton was my messmate while in Col. Haygood's 1st Regiment S.C.Vols.


Upon the 3rd re-organization of the Wee Nee Vols., preparatory to the formation of the Eutaw Battalion (which afterwards became the 25th S.C. Vols.) Burrows P. Brockinton was elected 2nd Lt., was as faithful as a commissioned as he had been as a non-com. officer. Before the accident which rendered him unfit for futher active field service he was, while the Regiment was encamped at Secessionville, in 1862 on one occasion sent out on a reconnoisance in command of a small detachment. He encountered the enemy and drove them to their gun boats. While the Regiment was encamped on Elliot's Cut on James Island, he had an operation performed on one of his feet by Dr. William Ravenel, our Surgeon, for a bunion or tumor. The incision did not heal for years, and he was not able afterwards to do further duty as an infantry officer. He found it necessary to resign his commission. This was in 1863.


The ancestral lands and house on Pudding Swamp, Williamsburg District, fell to him and there he led the life of a successful planter, honored and respected by all who knew him till his death which occurred on the 13th day of May, 1888.


There were children born to him and those ladies, but I know the name of but one (the other were either very young when I left S.C. or have been born since).

[S1246]

[523561]
Williamsburg Presbytarian Church records


                                                         _John BROCKINGTON I "the Immigrant"_+
                                                        | (1727 - 1795)                      
                                _John BROCKINGTON II____|
                               | (1754 - 1801) m 1773   |
                               |                        |_Mary DREW _________________________+
                               |                          (1730 - ....)                      
 _William Scriven BROCKINGTON _|
| (1795 - 1832)                |
|                              |                         _James FOWLER ______________________
|                              |                        | (1730 - 1772)                      
|                              |_Martha Screven FOWLER _|
|                                (1757 - 1822) m 1773   |
|                                                       |_Elizabeth SCREVEN _________________+
|                                                         (1738 - ....)                      
|
|--Burrows Pressley BROCKINGTON 
|  (1832 - 1888)
|                                                        ____________________________________
|                                                       |                                    
|                               ________________________|
|                              |                        |
|                              |                        |____________________________________
|                              |                                                             
|_Louise Eliz DOLLAR __________|
  (1794 - 1854)                |
                               |                         ____________________________________
                               |                        |                                    
                               |________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |____________________________________
                                                                                             

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William Patterson CHANEY Sr.

2 Nov 1843 - 23 Apr 1917

ID Number: I93573

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 2 Nov 1843
  • DEATH: 23 Apr 1917
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S3451] [S3613]
Father: Bailey Darby CHANEY Sr.
Mother: Elizabeth (Cook) CROFT


Family 1 : Sarah Ann CHANEY
  1.  Bailey Franklin CHANEY
  2.  S. N. CHANEY
  3.  William Patterson CHANEY Jr.

Notes


Spouse: William Patterson Chaney Disc #72 Pin #754471 Marriage: 13 Feb 1868



                                                      _James CHANEY Sr.____+
                                                     | (1706 - ....) m 1730
                           _Bailey Eliphalet CHANEY _|
                          | (1751 - 1821) m 1782     |
                          |                          |_Mary JOHNSON _______
                          |                            (1710 - ....) m 1730
 _Bailey Darby CHANEY Sr._|
| (1791 - 1873) m 1839    |
|                         |                           _____________________
|                         |                          |                     
|                         |_Sarah JONES _____________|
|                           (1767 - 1834) m 1782     |
|                                                    |_____________________
|                                                                          
|
|--William Patterson CHANEY Sr.
|  (1843 - 1917)
|                                                     _____________________
|                                                    |                     
|                          __________________________|
|                         |                          |
|                         |                          |_____________________
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|_Elizabeth (Cook) CROFT _|
  (1814 - ....) m 1839    |
                          |                           _____________________
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                          |__________________________|
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                                                     |_____________________
                                                                           

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Bessie DIXON

ABT 1880 - ____

ID Number: I27303

  • RESIDENCE: Birmingham, Jefferson Co. AL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1880
  • RESOURCES: See: [S315]

Family 1 : Robert Edward ALVIS
  1.  Hazel ALVIS
  2.  Renee ALVIS
  3.  Roland ALVIS

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Amanda M. FLANAGAN

ABT 1817 - ____

ID Number: I58198

  • RESIDENCE: Hall Co. GA and Tuscalossa Co. AL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1817, Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2130]

Family 1 : Armsted Mark BRYANT

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Samuel HAMILTON

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I70798

  • RESIDENCE: of Buckingham Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2706]

Family 1 :
  1. +Nancy HAMILTON

Notes


Spouse Unknown

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John HARRISON

1719 - 1796

ID Number: I30620

  • RESIDENCE: Essex and Orange Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 1719, St.Thomas parish, Orange Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1796, Culpeper Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S24] [S1207] [S3653]
Father: Andrew HARRISON Jr.
Mother: Elizabeth BATTAILE


Family 1 : Sarah "Patsy" DANIEL
  1. +James Mason HARRISON
  2. +Isham (Isom) HARRISON

Notes


Children of John Harrison and Sarah "Patsy" Daniel per Payne Daniel.
7.1 Andrew (1741/ABT 1750 VA - ) (apparently never married)
7.2 James Mason (1748 VA –1815 SC) + Elizabeth Hampton (1758 NC– 1799 SC)
7.3 John, JR. (abt 1744 VA - )
7.4 Isham or Isom (1760 VA - ) + Amy GILLIAM
7.5 Mary "Polly" (abt 1744/1750 - ) + William COOPER
7.6 Martha (ABT 1752 - ) + James COOPER
7.7 Richard Benjamin (1752 NC – 1791 SC) + Nancy "Ann" or Anne Patillo
7.8 Elizabeth (abt 1754 VA - ) + Richard Rueben DANIEL
7.9 Nancy Ann (abt 1756 VA - ) + William DANIEL


Helen Silvey’s sources
Torrence and Allied Families by Robert M. Torrence, The Wickersham Press, Philadelphia, pp 316-318
A House of Harrison compiled the years 1966-67 by Catherine Murphy, correct the year 1979, State Historical Society of MO,



                                                     _Richard HARRISON ________________+
                                                    | (1630 - 1667)                    
                       _Andrew HARRISON Sr._________|
                      | (1648 - 1718) m 1684        |
                      |                             |_Margaret BARBER _________________
                      |                               (1615 - 1677)                    
 _Andrew HARRISON Jr._|
| (1687 - 1753) m 1710|
|                     |                              __________________________________
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|                     |_Eleanor Long ELLIOTT _______|
|                       (1642 - ....) m 1684        |
|                                                   |__________________________________
|                                                                                      
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|--John HARRISON 
|  (1719 - 1796)
|                                                    _(RESEARCH QUERY) BATTAILE _______
|                                                   |                                  
|                      _John "The Ranger" BATTAILE _|
|                     | (1658 - 1707) m 1693        |
|                     |                             |__________________________________
|                     |                                                                
|_Elizabeth BATTAILE _|
  (1695 - ....) m 1710|
                      |                              _Lawrence SMITH I "the Immigrant"_+
                      |                             | (1629 - 1700) m 1651             
                      |_Elizabeth SMITH ____________|
                        (1668 - 1770) m 1693        |
                                                    |_Mary DEBNAM _____________________+
                                                      (1629 - 1700) m 1651             

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Edmund HERNDON

1770 - 10 May 1840

ID Number: I84290

  • RESIDENCE: Orange Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 1770, Orange Co. North Carolina
  • DEATH: 10 May 1840, Orange Co. North Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: ZJ4Q-ZJ)
Father: George HERNDON


Family 1 : Rebecca RHODES
  1.  Pomfrett HERNDON
  2.  Sarah HERNDON
  3.  William Rhodes HERNDON
  4.  Edmund H. HERNDON
  5.  Mary HERNDON
  6. +Benjamin Rhodes HERNDON
  7.  John Rhodes HERNDON
  8.  Rebecca C. HERNDON
  9.  Frances C. HERNDON

Notes


Marriage(s):
Spouse: Elizabeth Alsey HIGH (AFN: ZJ4R-0N) Marriage: 1825
Spouse: Rebecca RHODES (AFN: ZJ4Q-MS) Marriage: 14 Feb 1794 Orange, Nc




                                             _Edward HERNDON I____________+
                                            | (1678 - 1758) m 1698        
                       _Richard HERNDON ____|
                      | (1708 - 1754)       |
                      |                     |_Mary WALLER "the Immigrant"_+
                      |                       (1674 - 1721) m 1698        
 _George HERNDON _____|
| (1731 - 1796)       |
|                     |                      _Simon POE Jr._______________+
|                     |                     | (1708 - 1793)               
|                     |_Lucy POE ___________|
|                       (1718 - ....)       |
|                                           |_____________________________
|                                                                         
|
|--Edmund HERNDON 
|  (1770 - 1840)
|                                            _____________________________
|                                           |                             
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________________
|                     |                                                   
|_____________________|
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                      |                      _____________________________
                      |                     |                             
                      |_____________________|
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Robert KEENE

ABT 1807 - 1845

ID Number: I18020

  • RESIDENCE: VA and Green Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1807, VA
  • DEATH: 1845
  • RESOURCES: See: [S587] [S588] [S1386]
Father: John KEENE
Mother: Elizabeth Graves HALL


Family 1 : Elmira CARR
  1. +Louisa Jane KEENE

                                                      ___________________________
                                                     |                           
                          ___________________________|
                         |                           |
                         |                           |___________________________
                         |                                                       
 _John KEENE ____________|
| (1779 - 1855)          |
|                        |                            ___________________________
|                        |                           |                           
|                        |___________________________|
|                                                    |
|                                                    |___________________________
|                                                                                
|
|--Robert KEENE 
|  (1807 - 1845)
|                                                     ___________________________
|                                                    |                           
|                         _John HALL ________________|
|                        | (1748 - 1835) m 1777      |
|                        |                           |___________________________
|                        |                                                       
|_Elizabeth Graves HALL _|
  (1784 - ....)          |
                         |                            _William SANDIDGE Jr.______+
                         |                           | (1715 - 1777) m 1747      
                         |_Mildred "Milly" SANDIDGE _|
                           (1758 - 1858) m 1777      |
                                                     |_Elizabeth "Betty" GRAVES _+
                                                       (1720 - 1826) m 1747      

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[S588]

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Col. John TAYLOE III

13 Sep 1770 - 23 Mar 1828

ID Number: I103560

  • TITLE: Col.
  • RESIDENCE: Mt Airy, Richmond Co., VA and Washington, DC
  • BIRTH: 13 Sep 1770, Mt Airy, Warsaw, Virginia
  • DEATH: 23 Mar 1828, Octogon House, Washington, DC
  • BURIAL: MT. AIRY PLANTATION, WARSAW, VIRGINIA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2128] [S3787]
Father: John TAYLOE II of "Mount Airy"
Mother: Rebecca PLATER


Family 1 : Anne OGLE

Notes


x. John Tayloe III; b. 13 Sep 1770; m. Ann Ogle, daughter of Gov. Benjamin Ogle and Henrietta Margaret Hill, 24 Oct 1792; d. 23 Mar 1828. He resided at 'Octogon House', Washington, DC. He resided at 'Mt Airy', Richmond Co., VA.


This section consists of eighty-seven items, correspondence, 1793-1826, of John Tayloe III (1771-1828) (of Mount Airy, Richmond County, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.). Items document overseers, slaves and slavery, plantation management, horses, family life, social matters, and business and financial matters. Correspondence is with John Arnold (of Mill Bank, King George County, Virginia), Hay Battaile (of Hayfield, Caroline County, Virginia), Nicholas Biddle, Benjamin Boughton (of Moss Neck, Caroline County and Neabsco, Prince William County, Virginia), Doctor Elias Edmonds Buckner, Alexander Campbell (of Marmion, King George County, Virginia), Gerard N. Causin, John Chew, Joseph Chinn, John Clare, B. Cottringer, James Davidson, William H. Dorsey, David English, Henry Fairfax, Julius Forrest, William Gordon (bears letter of D. Attwell to William Gordon), Gideon Granger, William Greenlaw, James Houston, William Roane Jeffries, George Johnson, Doctor Walter Jones, P. O. Kelly (concerning horses), Henry Greenfield Sothoron Key, Francis Lightfoot Lee, W. Lewis (of Goldberry, Essex County, Virginia), James A. Magruder, Richard Brooke Maury, George Murren, John Oliver, Robert Oliver, Thomas Taylor Page, Mrs. Sophia Philips, Richard Slade, Richard O. Smith, William Fenton Taliaferro, Benjamin Ogle Tayloe (of Windsor, King George County, Virginia), Edward Thornton Tayloe, Henrietta (Ogle) Tayloe, William Henry Tayloe, Toppan Webster, and Basil Williamson, and A. C. Cazenove & Co. of Alexandria, Virginia, Gilliat & Kirby of Richmond, Virginia, and the Commissioners of Washington, D.C.


Section 31, Deeds, 1797-1827, Washington, D.C.


This section consists of eighteen items, deeds, 1797-1827, for land in Washington, D.C, deeds of trust, 1820-1824, and a deed of release, 1820 of John Tayloe III. Deeds are with Maria (Forrest) Tayloe Bohrer, Thomas Buchanan, George Crosdale, Thomas Ellicott, Charles Glover, George Grundy, James McCormick, Jonathan Meredith, James S. Morsell (trustee of The Tontine Company, Washington, D.C.), David Ott, Gustavus Scott, and John Strother; deeds of trust, 1820-1824, of John Tayloe III with David Murray Forrest, Fleet Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth W. Strother, and John Strother; and a deed of release, 1820, of Richard O. Smith to John Tayloe III.


Section 32, Affidavit, 1807, Washington, D.C.


This section consists of one item, an affidavit, 1807 March 23, of Josias Wilson King concerning land in Washington, D.C., belonging to John Tayloe III. The affidavit is signed.


Section 33, Deeds, 1798-1824, Prince William County, Virginia


This section consists of four items, deeds, 1798-1824, of John Tayloe III. Items include a deed, 1798 of Presley Thornton and Susan (Stith) Thornton, to John Tayloe III for land in Prince William County, Virginia, and Anne Arundel County and Baltimore County, Maryland; acknowledgment of the deed by Susan (Stith) Thornton; and deeds, 1805-1824, of John Tayloe III with Mrs. Mary Cleary, Michael Cleary, and William Duvall for land in Prince William County, Virginia.


Section 34, Lists, ca. 1820, Prince William County, Virginia


This section consists of three items, lists, compiled ca.1820, of land in Prince William County, Virginia, bought and sold by John Tayloe I, John Tayloe II, and John Tayloe III; and a list of title papers at Neabsco, Prince William County, Virginia, filed in the lawsuit of John Tayloe III v. Courtney H. Caukins in the court of Prince William County, Virginia, compiled by Thomas Nelson.


Section 35, Deeds, 1801-1825, Richmond County, Virginia


This section consists of seven items, deeds, 1801-1825, for land in Richmond County, Virginia owned by Dr. John Brockenbrough (concerning Golden Point, later Doctor's Hall), Sarah (Roane) Brockenbrough; Anne (Ogle) Tayloe, John Tayloe III, William Henry Tayloe (concerning Mount Airy and Old House), and Edwin Waller; deed of trust, 1824, for Mount Airy, Richmond County, Virginia, Negro slaves, livestock, and furniture, from John Tayloe III to John Tayloe IV, with Benjamin Boughton as trustee (witnessed by Philip Alexander Bramham, Elias Edmonds Buckner, Landon Carter, Benjamin Ogle Tayloe, and William Henry Tayloe); release of dower, 1809, of Sarah (Roane) Brockenbrough to John Tayloe III; and an award (copy) 1807, of John Campbell and Richard Elliott Parker (arbitrators in a dispute over the boundary of Ben Hines Point, Richmond County, Virginia) to John Tayloe III from Austin Brockenbrough (with survey made by Benjamin N. Garland).


Section 36, Deeds, 1810, Botetourt County, Virginia


This section consists of three items, a deed, 1810, of James Breckinridge and Ann (Selden) Breckinridge to John Tayloe III for 580 acres in Botetourt County, Virginia.; acknowledgment of deed, 1810, by Ann (Selden) Breckinridge taken by Mathew Harvey and John Moore; and a deed, 1810, of Carter Beverley and Jane (Wormeley) Beverley to John Tayloe III for land in Botetourt County, Virginia.


Section 37, Bonds, 1813-1828


This section consists of twenty-three items, bonds, 1813-1828, of John Tayloe III (of Mount Airy, Richmond County, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.) with James Bradshaw Beverley, Robert Beverley, Benjamin Boughton, Robert Carter Burwell, Maria (Beverley) Clarke, Henry Greenfield Sothoron Key, Richard Potts, John Roberts, William W. Smith, and Benjamin Ogle Tayloe.


Section 38, Protests, 1827


This section consists of two items, protests, 1827, of John Tayloe III (of Washington, D.C.) made before Alexander Kerr (notary public) against Basil Williamson and Robert H. Williamson for unpaid bonds (bear seals of Alexander Kerr).


Section 39, Slave Papers, 1815-1827


This section consists of three items, slaves papers, 1815-1827. Items include deeds of trust, 1815-1824, for Negro slaves owned by Julius Forrest, John Tayloe Lomax, Henrietta Hill (Tayloe) Key, Henry Greenfield Sothoron Key, and John Tayloe III (witnessed by Landon Carter, Robert Wormeley Carter, and John Tayloe IV); and a deed, 1827, of John Stith to John Tayloe III for a Negro slave (witnessed by George Plater Tayloe).


Section 40, Plats, 1819, Washington, D.C.


This section consists of two items, plats, 1819, of subdivisions laid out in Washington, D.C, by John Tayloe III (witnessed by Joseph Elgar [surveyor] and Samuel Lane and bear seal of Joseph Elgar).


Section 41, Deed of Trust, 1825, St. Mary's County, Maryland


This section consists of one item, a deed of trust, 1825 July 26, from Henry Greenfield Sothoron Key (b. 1790) to John Tayloe III for land and Negro slaves in St. Mary's County, Maryland. The deed is signed by Key and witnessed by Thomas Spalding and Enoch Joseph Willard.


Section 42, Agreements, 1806-1826


This section consists of twenty-one items, agreements, 1806-1826, of John Tayloe III (of Mount Airy, Richmond County, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.) with John Arnold, Richard Batten, Benjamin Boughton (concerning Menokin, Richmond County, Virginia), John Bramill, Elias Edmonds Buckner, Chapman Clark, Michael Cleary, Arrington Evans, Henry Fairfax, Henry Greenfield Sothoron Key, John Tayloe Lomax, George Magruder, Thomas Nelson, Richard Slade, John Strother, Benjamin Ogle Tayloe (concerning Society Hill and Windsor, King George County, Virginia, and Tuscum, Stafford County, Virginia), William Henry Tayloe, Samuel Turner, Edwin Waller, Basil Williamson, and Sampson Windsor (concerning Neabsco, Prince William County, Virginia), and the Bank of the United States.


Section 43, Certificates and Receipts, 1805-1824


This section consists of eleven items, certificates, 1805-1823, for stock issued to John Tayloe III by The Tontine Company, Washington, D.C. (copy), Bank of Washington, Washington, D.C. (bears seal), Potomac Steam Boat Company, Fredericksburg, Virginia, Bank of the United States (bear seals), and New Theatre, Washington, D.C.; certificate, 1824, issued to John Tayloe III as owner of a pew in St. John's (Protestant Episcopal) Church, Washington, D.C. (bears seal); and receipts, 1814, issued to John Oliver, Robert Oliver, John Tayloe III, Lawrence Washington, Charles Wirgman, P. Wirgman, and Rebecca Tayloe (Wormeley) Grymes by the Bank of the Metropolis, Washington, D.C.


Section 44, Receipt, 1816


This section consists of one item, a receipt, 1816 October 16, of John Tayloe III as guardian of Rebecca Tayloe (Wormeley) Grymes concerning her legacy from the estate of Ralph Wormeley (John Chew, administrator). The receipt also bears an account of John Chew's administration of the estate.


Section 50, Tayloe, John (1771-1828), Will


This section consists of five items, a will (copy made by Benjamin Ogle Tayloe), 1828, of John Tayloe III (of Mount Airy, Richmond County, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.) probated in Washington, D.C.; extracts from the will made by William S. Brown and William Henry Tayloe; and notes concerning the wills of John Tayloe III and John Tayloe IV, made by John Tayloe Lomax.


Section 51, Tayloe, John (1771-1828), Estate Accounts, 1828-1884


This section consists of three items, estate accounts, 1828-1884, kept by Benjamin Ogle Tayloe and William Henry Tayloe as executors of the estate of John Tayloe III.


Section 52, Tayloe, John (1771-1828), Estate Papers, 1833-1856


This section consists of three items documenting the estate of John Tayloe III. Items include a bill of complaint, [1845?], of Robert Wormeley Carter, Anne Ogle (Tayloe) Lewis, Henry Howell Lewis, and Virginia Tayloe v. Benjamin Ogle Tayloe and William Henry Tayloe (executors of the estate of John Tayloe III) in the circuit court of Richmond County, Virginia; documents (copies), 1833, concerning the lawsuit of the Executors of John Tayloe III v. the Administrator of Landon Carter in the circuit court of Richmond County, Virginia; and a decree (copy), 1856, of the court of Alexandria, Virginia, concerning the estate of John Tayloe III.


Section 53, Tayloe, Benjamin Ogle (1796-1868), Account Book, 1828-1855


This section consists of one item, an account book, 1828-1855, kept by Benjamin Ogle Tayloe (1796-1868) as an executor of the estate of John Tayloe III.


Section 54, Tayloe, William Henry (1799-1871), Account Book, 1828-1841


This section consists of an account book, 1828-1841, kept at Mount Airy, Richmond County, Virginia, by William Henry Tayloe (1799-1871) as an executor of the estate of John Tayloe III.


Section 55, Estate of John Tayloe III, Agreements, 1828-1870


This section consists of twenty-eight items, agreements, 1828-1870, concerning the estate of John Tayloe III. The agreements were made by George Atkinson, Richard Atkinson, Thomas Blunt, Benjamin Boughton, John Bramill, Basil Brawner, William Cockrell, Stephen Coby, Mathew Flornung, Henry Hall, John Huddleston, Robert H. King, Anne Ogle (Tayloe) Lewis, Henry Howell Lewis, Leonard Love, Robert B. Merchant, William Charles Merchant, Hendley Milstead, Thomas Nelson, Julia Dickerson (Tayloe) Paine, Samuel Austin Patteson, John U. Reeves, Henry A. Schroeder, Alexander Shaw, Augustine Jaquelin Smith (attorney for Virginia Tayloe), John Stith, Anne (Ogle) Tayloe, Benjamin Ogle Tayloe, Charles Tayloe, Edward Thornton Tayloe, George Plater Tayloe, Henry Augustine Tayloe, Mary Elizabeth (Langhorne) Tayloe, Mary (Ogle) Tayloe, Virginia Tayloe, William Henry Tayloe, William Waite, John C. Weedon, John W. Williams, and Bertron Windsor.


Section 56, Estate of John Tayloe III, Deeds, 1833-1846


This section consists of five items, deeds, 1833-1846, of Benjamin Ogle Tayloe and William Henry Tayloe as executors of the estate of John Tayloe III. The deeds are with Richard Atkinson, Mrs. Ruth Ann Atkinson, Basil Brawner, Mrs. Malinda Brawner, and William Waite for land in Prince William County, Virginia, and A. B. Bott and Mrs. Elizabeth A. Bott in Chesterfield County, Virginia.


Section 57, Washington, D.C., Supreme Court, Decree, 1871


This section consists of one item, a decree 27 June 1871 of the Washington, D.C., Supreme Court in the lawsuit of Anne Ogle (Tayloe) Lewis and Henry Howell Lewis v. Edward Thornton Tayloe, Henry Augustine Tayloe, and Thomas Taylor Munford (executors of the estate of William Henry Tayloe [late executor of the estate of John Tayloe III]). This copy of the decree was made by Return Jonathan Meigs; bears seal.


Section 58, Estate of John Tayloe III, Bonds, 1829-1845


This section consists of seventeen items, bonds, 1829-1845, concerning the estate of John Tayloe III. Bonds include those of Benjamin Babbitt, Robert Beverley, William Bradshaw Beverley, Benjamin Boughton, John Bramill, Carter Braxton, Robert Wormeley Carter, Maria (Beverley) Clarke, John Tayloe Lomax, Achilles Lumpkin, Noah Milstead, James Reeves, John U. Reeves, Wat Reeves (alias Waller Reeves), Winney Reeves, Benjamin Ogle Tayloe, Charles Tayloe, Edward Thornton Tayloe, and William Henry Tayloe.


Section 59, Estate of John Tayloe III, 1828


This section consists of two items, 1828, concerning the estate of John Tayloe III. Items include a notice, 1828, of Benjamin Ogle Tayloe and William Henry Tayloe (executors of the estate of John Tayloe III) to person having claims against the estate; and an order, 1828, of the court of King George County, Virginia, to record the will of John Tayloe III."


http://www.oglefamilyofmarylandandalliedfamilies.com/descendants_ of_samuel_ogle_i.htm [S3787]


                                                            _William TAYLOE TAYLOR "the Immigrant"_
                                                           | (1645 - 1710) m 1685                  
                                  _John TAYLOE ____________|
                                 | (1688 - 1747)           |
                                 |                         |_Ann CORBIN ___________________________+
                                 |                           (1664 - 1694) m 1685                  
 _John TAYLOE II of "Mount Airy"_|
| (1721 - 1779) m 1747           |
|                                |                          _David GWYN ___________________________
|                                |                         | (1661 - 1694) m 1686                  
|                                |_Elizabeth GWYNN ________|
|                                  (1692 - 1734)           |
|                                                          |_Catherine GRIFFIN ____________________+
|                                                            (1664 - 1728) m 1686                  
|
|--John TAYLOE III
|  (1770 - 1828)
|                                                           _George I PLATER ______________________
|                                                          | (1670 - ....)                         
|                                 _George II PLATER _______|
|                                | (1695 - 1755) m 1729    |
|                                |                         |_Anne BURFORD _________________________
|                                |                           (1670 - ....)                         
|_Rebecca PLATER ________________|
  (1731 - 1787) m 1747           |
                                 |                          _Thomas ADDISON _______________________+
                                 |                         | (1679 - 1727) m 1701                  
                                 |_Rebecca Tasker ADDISON _|
                                   (1703 - 1742) m 1729    |
                                                           |_Elizabeth TASKER _____________________+
                                                             (1686 - 1706) m 1701                  

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Elizabeth THOMPSON

1642 - 1720

ID Number: I91203

  • RESIDENCE: Northumberland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1642, Northumberland Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1720, Northumberland Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: HVFB-HL)
Father: Richard THOMPSON "the Immigrant"
Mother: Ursula BISHE


Family 1 : Peter PRESLEY
  1. +Mildred PRESLEY

Notes


Elizabeth THOMPSON (AFN: 1F18-5KH) b Abt. 1655 Burgess, Northumberland, England
CONFLICT in parents:
Father: Richard THOMPSON (AFN: HVFB-F8)
Mother: Ursula (Bysche) BISH (AFN: HVFB-GF)


Father: William THOMPSON (AFN: J5PH-S8)
Mother: Eleanor Or Ellen MONTAGUE (AFN: J5PH-TF) (dates do not work for these to be her parents.)


                                       __
                                      |  
                                    __|
                                   |  |
                                   |  |__
                                   |     
 _Richard THOMPSON "the Immigrant"_|
| (1613 - 1649) m 1641             |
|                                  |   __
|                                  |  |  
|                                  |__|
|                                     |
|                                     |__
|                                        
|
|--Elizabeth THOMPSON 
|  (1642 - 1720)
|                                      __
|                                     |  
|                                   __|
|                                  |  |
|                                  |  |__
|                                  |     
|_Ursula BISHE ____________________|
  (1613 - 1658) m 1641             |
                                   |   __
                                   |  |  
                                   |__|
                                      |
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Dr. George Rogers Clark TODD C.S.A.

Jul 1825 - ABT 1902

ID Number: I89657

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA surgeon for the Confederate Army and in charge of Rickersville Hospital.
  • RESIDENCE: Lexington, KY and Camden, SC
  • BIRTH: Jul 1825, Lexington, Kentucky
  • DEATH: ABT 1902, Camden, South Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3721]
Father: Robert Smith TODD Judge
Mother: Eliza Ann PARKER


Notes


G. George Rogers Clark Todd – b. July 1825 in Lexington, Kentucky – d. about 1902 in Camden, South Carolina. George was days old when his mother, Eliza Parker Todd, died of childbed fevers. He obtained his medical degree from Translvania University in 1848. During the Civil War, he was a surgeon for the Confederate Army and in charge of Rickersville Hospital. He married twice. His first wife was Ann H. Curry. Together they had: 1. Mattie P. Todd - (? – January 1909) Ann divorced George on the grounds of cruelty.


George then married Martha Belton Lyles. Their children were:
1. George Rogers Clark Todd – (? -?)




                                                                             _David TODD _________+
                                                                            | (1723 - 1785) m 1749
                           _Levi "The Old Indian Fighter" TODD of Ellerslie_|
                          | (1756 - 1807) m 1779                            |
                          |                                                 |_Hannah OWEN ________
                          |                                                   (1725 - 1813) m 1749
 _Robert Smith TODD Judge_|
| (1791 - 1849) m 1812    |
|                         |                                                  _____________________
|                         |                                                 |                     
|                         |_Jane "Betsy" BRIGGS ____________________________|
|                           (1761 - 1800) m 1779                            |
|                                                                           |_____________________
|                                                                                                 
|
|--George Rogers Clark TODD C.S.A.
|  (1825 - 1902)
|                                                                            _James PARKER _______
|                                                                           | (1727 - 1797) m 1747
|                          _Robert PARKER __________________________________|
|                         | (1760 - 1800) m 1789                            |
|                         |                                                 |_Mary TODD __________+
|                         |                                                   (1728 - 1789) m 1747
|_Eliza Ann PARKER _______|
  (1794 - 1825) m 1812    |
                          |                                                  _Andrew PORTER ______
                          |                                                 | (1743 - 1813) m 1767
                          |_Elizabeth Rittenhouse PORTER ___________________|
                            (1769 - 1850) m 1789                            |
                                                                            |_Elizabeth MCDOWELL _
                                                                              (1747 - 1773) m 1767

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Nancy TOSH

ABT 1780 - AFT 1851

ID Number: I45594

  • RESIDENCE: Botetourt Co. VA and Sangamon, IL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • DEATH: AFT 1851
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1639]

Family 1 : Stephen FERRIL

Notes


Father: Jonathan Tosh b: ca 1747 in Big Lick, Augusta,Virginia; Mother: Diana _____ b: ca 1754 in Virginia (probably).

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ELIZABETH VINCENT

1547 - ____

ID Number: I43224

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: 1547, Northhamptonshire Co. England
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS KLDZ-TC [S24] [S1578]
Father: CLEMENT VINCENT
Mother: ANNE TANFIELD


Family 1 : RICHARD LANE
  1. +DOROTHY LANE

                                                               __________________________________________________
                                                              |                                                  
                       _______________________________________|
                      |                                       |
                      |                                       |__________________________________________________
                      |                                                                                          
 _CLEMENT VINCENT ____|
| (1520 - ....)       |
|                     |                                        __________________________________________________
|                     |                                       |                                                  
|                     |_______________________________________|
|                                                             |
|                                                             |__________________________________________________
|                                                                                                                
|
|--ELIZABETH VINCENT 
|  (1547 - ....)
|                                                              _WILLIAM TANFIELD ________________________________+
|                                                             | (1489 - 1529)                                    
|                      _FRANCIS TANFIELD of Gayton, Northants_|
|                     | (1508 - 1558)                         |
|                     |                                       |_ISABEL (HUMPHREY ) STAVELY of Barton Seagrave____+
|                     |                                         (1500 - ....)                                    
|_ANNE TANFIELD ______|
  (1520 - ....)       |
                      |                                        _BENJAMIN "Gentleman" CAVE of Standford Northants_
                      |                                       | (1470 - ....)                                    
                      |_BRIDGET CAVE _________________________|
                        (1500 - 1583)                         |
                                                              |__________________________________________________
                                                                                                                 

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