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SAINT DUNSTAN of Glastonbury Abbey

0909 - 0988

ID Number: I91377

  • OCCUPATION: Archbishop of Canterbury in 960. Cannonized in 1029
  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: 0909
  • DEATH: 0988
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3389]

Notes


Dunstan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunstan


Saint Dunstan, (909 - 980 )archbishop of Canterbury (A.D. 961 - 980), gained fame for the many stories told about his cunning in dealing with the Devil.


He began his career at Glastonbury, becoming abbot in 945. The abbey flourished under his administration, with a substantial extension of the irrigation system on the surrounding Somerset levels. Following the accession of King Edwy of England, he became less influential and went overseas to Flanders. On his return, in 957, he imported Benedictine customs, becoming bishop of Worcester and London in 959, and in 961 becameArchbishop of Canterbury, under King Edgar of England. Having crowned Edgar in 973, he performed the same service for his successor, Edward the Martyr, and later for Ethelred the Unready. The service is still used as the basis for contemporary British coronations. He died in 988 and was canonised in 1029


He functions as the patron saint of goldsmiths, and himself worked as a blacksmith, painter, and jeweler. English literature contains many references to him, for example in A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, and in this folk rhyme:


St Dunstan, as the story goes,
Once pull'd the devil by the nose
With red-hot tongs, which made him roar,
That he was heard three miles or more.
From this the tongs have become a symbol of St Dunstan and are featured in the arms of Tower Hamlets.


Another story relates how Dunstan nailed a horseshoe to the Devil's hoof when he was aksed to reshod the Devil's horse. The Devil was only allowed to go once he had promised never to enter a place where a horseshoe is over the door. This is claimed as the origin of the lucky horsshoe.


The Church marks his feast day on May 19.


Churches dedicated to St Dunstan
St Dunstan's, Mayfield
St Dunstan's, Stepney


Glastonbury Abbey From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


Glastonbury Abbey in Somerset, England, now presents itself as "traditionally the oldest above-ground Christian church in the world" situated "in the mystical land of Avalon" by dating the founding of the community of monks at 63 A.D., the legendary visit of Joseph of Arimathea. Even the skeptic finds much else to admire about Glastonbury's evocative ruins and its splendid documented history.


Abbey History
A community of monks were already established at Glastonbury when King Ine of Wessex enriched their endowment. He is said to have directed that a stone church be built in 712, the foundations of which now form the west end of the nave. In the 9th century, the reformed soldier Saint Neot was sacristan at Glastonbury before he went to found his own establishment in Somerset. The abbey church was enlarged in the 10th century by the Abbot of Glastonbury, Saint Dunstan, who became the Archbishop of Canterbury in 960. Dunstan built new cloisters as well. In 967, King Edmund was laid to rest at Glastonbury. In 1016, Edmund "Ironsides" who had retired to the west country as "king of Wessex" was buried there too.


At the Norman conquest in 1066, the wealth of Glastonbury made it a prime prize. The new Norman abbot Turstin added to the church, unusually building to the east of the older Saxon church and away from the ancient cemetery, thus shifting the sanctified site. Not all the new Normans were suitable heads of religious communities. In 1077 Thurstin was dismissed after his armed retainers killed monks right by the High Altar. In 1086, when the census reported in Domesday Book was commissioned, Glastonbury Abbey was the richest monastery in the country.


Abbot Henry of Blois commissioned a history of Glastonbury, ca 1125, from the chronicler William of Malmesbury, whose De Antiquitate Glastonie Ecclesie is our source for the early recorded history, and much awe-inspiring legend as well. Then as now, legend worked more strongly than raw history to bring the pilgrims who sustained the Abbey's reputation and contributed to its upkeep.


In 1184 a great fire at Glastonbury destroyed monastic buildings. There is evidence that in the 12th century the ruined nave was renovated enough for services while the great new church was being constructed. If pilgrim visits had fallen, the discovery of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere's tombs in the cemetery in 1191 provided fresh spurs for visiting Glastonbury. According to Giraldus Cambrensis and other chroniclers, the abbot Henry de Blois, causing search to be made, discovered at the depth of 16 feet a massive oak trunk with an inscription Hic jacet sepultus inclitus rex Arthurus in insula Avalonia. King Edward I and Queen Eleanor attended the magnificent service at the reburial of King Arthur's remains at the foot of the High Altar. Services in the reconsecrated Great Church had begun on Christmas Day, 1213, most likely before it was entirely completed.


In the 14th century only Westminster Abbey was more richly endowed and appointed than Glastonbury. The abbot of Glastonbury kept great state, now attested to simply by the ruins of the abbey kitchen, with four huge fireplaces at its corners. The kitchen was part of the magnificent Abbot's house begun under Abbot John de Breynton (1334-42). Archaeological excavations have revealed a special apartment erected at the south end of the Abbot's house for a visit from Henry VII, who visited the Abbot in a royal progress, as he visited any other great territorial magnate. The conditions of life in England during the Wars of the Roses become so unsettled that a wall is built around the Abbey's precincts.


At the start of the Dissolution of the monasteries in 1536, there were over 800 monasteries, nunneries and friaries in Britain. By 1541, there were none. More than 10,000 monks and nuns had been dispersed and the buildings had been seized by the Crown to be sold off or leased to new lay occupiers. Glastonbury Abbey was once more a rich plum. In September 1539 the Abbey was stripped of its valuables and Abbot Stephen Whiting, who had been a signer of the Act of Supremacy that made Henry VII the head of the church, resisted and was hanged as a traitor on Glastonbury Tor (see links).


By Shakespeare's time, two generations later, Glastonbury was one of the "bare ruin'd choirs Where late the sweet birds sang."



The Glastonbury Thorn
The hawthorn found at Glastonbury and round the area is a natural hybrid of the highly variable hawthorn, Crataegus species. It flowers twice in a year, once on "old wood" and once on "new wood" the current season's matured new growth. Hawthorns are in the large Rose family, where seasonal re-flowering is a feature, and some Raspberries will also bear twice, once on canes of the previous season and once more on the new season's canes.
The flowering of the Glastonbury Thorn in mild weather just past midwinter, was accounted miraculous.


The present "sacred thorn tree - dating from the Abbacy of Richard Beere in 1500" might be grown from a local cutting: the ancient Glastonbury Thorn itself was cut down and burned as a relic of superstition by Cromwellian troops during the English Civil War, in an unconscious reenactment of the joyous and triumphal cutting down and burning of the sacred groves, from Dodona in Greece to England, that was enacted by Christians throughout Europe in the 4th century.


A pilgrimage to the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey, the second Saturday and Sunday of July, was begun by a few local churches in 1924 and now attracts visitors from all over Western Europe. Services are celebrated in the Anglican, Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox communions.


External reference
Official website of present-day Glastonbury Abbey
Medieval Sourcebook: the Supressed Monasteries. Two letters to Henry VIII; execution of the Abbot of Glastonbury.


See alsoUK topics
From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glastonbury_Abbey


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Landon CARTER

1767 - ____

ID Number: I58936

  • RESIDENCE: Lancaster Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1767
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1286] [S2128]
Father: Charles Hill CARTER of Shirley
Mother: Mary Walker CARTER


Notes


6--8. Landon, (twin), b. 1767; d. m. Mildred Willis.


Landon Carter died unmarried.


[S2128] [S1286]


                                                             _Robert "King" CARTER Colony of Virginia_+
                                                            | (1663 - 1732) m 1687                    
                                  _John CARTER Of Crotoman__|
                                 | (1690 - 1742)            |
                                 |                          |_Judith ARMISTEAD _______________________+
                                 |                            (1665 - 1699) m 1687                    
 _Charles Hill CARTER of Shirley_|
| (1733 - 1802) m 1756           |
|                                |                           _Edward HILL Jr._________________________+
|                                |                          | (1637 - 1700)                           
|                                |_Elizabeth HILL __________|
|                                  (1690 - 1777)            |
|                                                           |_Elizabeth WILLIAMS _____________________
|                                                             (.... - 1677)                           
|
|--Landon CARTER 
|  (1767 - ....)
|                                                            _Robert "King" CARTER Colony of Virginia_+
|                                                           | (1663 - 1732) m 1701                    
|                                 _Charles CARTER of Cleves_|
|                                | (1707 - 1764) m 1728     |
|                                |                          |_Elizabeth "Betty" LANDON _______________+
|                                |                            (1674 - 1720) m 1701                    
|_Mary Walker CARTER ____________|
  (1736 - 1770) m 1756           |
                                 |                           _________________________________________
                                 |                          |                                         
                                 |_Mary WALKER _____________|
                                   (1700 - 1742) m 1728     |
                                                            |_________________________________________
                                                                                                      

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Lucy COBB

7 Oct 1844 - 14 Oct 1857

ID Number: I97632

  • RESIDENCE: Athens, GA
  • OCCUPATION: Lucy Cobb Institute in Athens was named after her.
  • BIRTH: 7 Oct 1844, Lexington, Georgia
  • DEATH: 14 Oct 1857, Atehns, Georgia of scarlet fever
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2387]
Father: Thomas Reade Rootes COBB C.S.A.
Mother: Marion McHenry LUMPKIN


Notes


v. LUCY COBB, b. October 07, 1844; d. October 14, 1857.


LUCY COBB Was the eldest daughter of Gen. T. R. R. Cobb and his wife Marion McHenry Lumpkin and named for her mother's sister, Mrs. Lucy Gerdine. She was born 1844 at Lexington, Ga., the home of her grandfather, Judge Joseph Henry Lumpkin, and died at the tender age of thirteen years. Lucy was a child with rare and unusual gifts. She inherited a fine personality, and coupled with this, her refined and unselfish nature, endeared her to, all with whom she became associated. She passed from the stage of existence in 1857; mourned and lamented by the family as well as a host of friends, as, " a rose, a budding rose, blasted before its bloom".
Cause of Death: scarlet fever; The Lucy Cobb Institute in Athens was named after her."


                                                                                    _John Addison COBBS Jr._+
                                                                                   | (1740 - 1803) m 1769   
                                   _John Addison COBB _____________________________|
                                  | (1783 - 1855) m 1812                           |
                                  |                                                |_Mildred LEWIS _________+
                                  |                                                  (1753 - 1791) m 1769   
 _Thomas Reade Rootes COBB C.S.A._|
| (1823 - 1862) m 1844            |
|                                 |                                                 _Thomas Reade ROOTES II_+
|                                 |                                                | (1763 - 1824) m 1783   
|                                 |_Sarah Robinson ROOTES _________________________|
|                                   (1792 - 1865) m 1812                           |
|                                                                                  |_Sarah Ryng BATTAILE ___+
|                                                                                    (1760 - 1811) m 1783   
|
|--Lucy COBB 
|  (1844 - 1857)
|                                                                                   _John H. LUMPKIN _______+
|                                                                                  | (1760 - ....) m 1780   
|                                  _Joseph Henry LUMPKIN "The Great Chief Justice"_|
|                                 | (1799 - 1867) m 1821                           |
|                                 |                                                |_Lucy Elizabeth HOPSON _
|                                 |                                                  (1760 - ....) m 1780   
|_Marion McHenry LUMPKIN _________|
  (1822 - 1897) m 1844            |
                                  |                                                 ________________________
                                  |                                                |                        
                                  |_Callender C. GRIEVE ___________________________|
                                    (1803 - ....) m 1821                           |
                                                                                   |________________________
                                                                                                            

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Rebecca COLLIER

ABT 1735 - ____

ID Number: I66173

  • RESIDENCE: Weyanoke, Charles City, Virginia
  • BIRTH: ABT 1735, Charles City Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 1QQQ-X5P)
Father: Thomas COLLIER
Mother: Rebecca HUNT


Family 1 : John MINGE
  1. +David MINGE of "Weyanoke"

                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _John COLLIER _______|
                      | (1685 - 1735) m 1713|
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Thomas COLLIER _____|
| (1714 - 1750) m 1734|
|                     |                      _Francis EPPES III___+
|                     |                     | (1657 - 1718) m 1686
|                     |_"Nancy" Anne EPPES _|
|                       (1696 - 1765) m 1713|
|                                           |_Anne ISHAM _________+
|                                             (1665 - 1718) m 1686
|
|--Rebecca COLLIER 
|  (1735 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Rebecca HUNT _______|
  (1709 - ....) m 1734|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Edward DUDLEY

abt 1741 or 1770 - 1809

ID Number: I12503

  • RESIDENCE: Onslow Co. NC
  • BIRTH: abt 1741 or 1770, Of Chowan, North Carolina
  • DEATH: 1809
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 16TC-79L) [S393] [S828]
Father: Bishop DUDLEY
Mother: Rebecca WARD


Notes


Died without Children.
Spouse: Deborah (AFN: 16TC-7BS) Marriage: Abt 1766 Chowan, North Carolina



                                                _Christopher DUDLEY _+
                                               | (1650 - 1745) m 1709
                       _Christopher DUDLEY Jr._|
                      | (1680 - 1764) m 1704   |
                      |                        |_Ann CHURCH _________
                      |                          (1680 - 1745) m 1709
 _Bishop DUDLEY ______|
| (.... - 1787)       |
|                     |                         _George BISHOP Sr.___+
|                     |                        | (1690 - 1744)       
|                     |_Elizabeth BISHOP ______|
|                       (1710 - 1760) m 1704   |
|                                              |_Elizabeth___________
|                                                (1690 - 1748)       
|
|--Edward DUDLEY 
|  (.... - 1809)
|                                               _____________________
|                                              |                     
|                      ________________________|
|                     |                        |
|                     |                        |_____________________
|                     |                                              
|_Rebecca WARD _______|
  (.... - 1788)       |
                      |                         _____________________
                      |                        |                     
                      |________________________|
                                               |
                                               |_____________________
                                                                     

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John GRIGSBY

ABT 1740 - ____

ID Number: I101364

  • RESIDENCE: of Culpeper Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1615]

Family 1 : Elizabeth PORTER
  1. +Jane GRIGSBY

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Sallie GUNN

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I30794

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]

Family 1 : Thomas Joel WATKINS
  1.  Daniel Gunn WATKINS

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ANNE HOO

ABT 1447 - ____

ID Number: I43398

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1447, Gatton, Surrey, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1531] [S2292]
Father: THOMAS HOO 1st of Hoo Knt. K.G.
Mother: ELEANOR WELLES


Family 1 : ROGER COPLEY Esq. of Roughway
  1. +ALIANOR COPLEY
Family 2 : WILLIAM GREYSTROKE

Notes


second daughter and co-heiress of Thomas Hoo, Knt., Lord Hoo of Hoo (see Welles 5 for her ancestry).

                                                                           _THOMAS de HOO of Luton Hoo_____+
                                                                          | (1310 - 1380)                  
                                   _WILLIAM de HOO _______________________|
                                  | (1340 - 1407)                         |
                                  |                                       |_ISABELLE de ST. LEGER _________+
                                  |                                         (1319 - 1393)                  
 _THOMAS HOO 1st of Hoo Knt. K.G._|
| (1396 - 1454) m 1445            |
|                                 |                                        ________________________________
|                                 |                                       |                                
|                                 |_ALIX de ST OMER ______________________|
|                                   (1345 - ....)                         |
|                                                                         |________________________________
|                                                                                                          
|
|--ANNE HOO 
|  (1447 - ....)
|                                                                          _EUDO de WELLES Lord of Gainsby_+
|                                                                         | (1385 - 1421) m 1416           
|                                  _LIONEL de WELLES 6th Baron, Knt. K.G._|
|                                 | (1406 - 1461) m 1428                  |
|                                 |                                       |_MAUD de GREYSTOKE _____________+
|                                 |                                         (1385 - ....) m 1416           
|_ELEANOR WELLES _________________|
  (1428 - ....) m 1445            |
                                  |                                        _ROBERT de WATERTON Knt.________
                                  |                                       | (1380 - ....)                  
                                  |_JOAN de WATERTON of Yorkshire_________|
                                    (1407 - 1434) m 1428                  |
                                                                          |_JOAN de EVERINGHAM ____________+
                                                                            (1380 - ....)                  

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Lucinda HOSKINS

8 Sep 1813 - 13 Sep 1882

ID Number: I49653

  • RESIDENCE: KY & Claiborne Co. TN & Grundy Co. MO & 1856 Kellar, TX
  • BIRTH: 8 Sep 1813, KY
  • DEATH: 13 Sep 1882, TX
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1776]

Family 1 : Thomas GRIMES
  1.  Henry George GRIMES
  2.  John GRIMES
  3. +Robert Kilgore GRIMES
  4.  Nancy Jane GRIMES
  5.  Mary Jane GRIMES

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[S1776]

[S1776]


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Joseph Erasmus HOUSTON

ABT 1810 - ABT 1880

ID Number: I74857

  • OCCUPATION: Sheriff of Monroe Co. TN
  • RESIDENCE: Madisonville, Monroe Co. TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1810
  • DEATH: ABT 1880, Madisonville, Tennessee
  • RESOURCES: See: notes
Father: Robert HOUSTON
Mother: Martha BLACKBURN


Notes


Madisonville Democrat, (Monroe Co. TN) Wednesday, March 18, 1942:


“Shoemaker and Spend-the-Night Guest Imbibed---Joseph E. Houston was a second cousin of General Sam Houston, one time governor of Tennessee. He left the governorship for reasons unknown, went to the Indian Territory and later to Texas. He gained fame there when he defeated the Mexicans at the Battle of San Jacinto, which resulted in the independence of Texas.
After Texas entered the Union, he was chosen senator and later was made governor. He visited Monroe and Blount County relatives once when on his way to Rockbridge County, Va., where he was born. I think Judge Sam Houston of Knoxville and my son, R.H. Stickley, of Memphis, both are very much like him. My son has a buckle off the slipper of General Houston, which was given to Bob by the General’s granddaughter.


While Joseph E. Houston was in office at Madisonville he had a great number of friends, both rich and poor, who shared his hospitality. One of these was Pent Isbell, who was small in stature and light in weight and was known by almost everyone in the county. He spent a night often at the Houston home. He loved his dram, and, one night when “pretty full,” came as usual to stay all night. Mrs. Houston put him on a pallet in the dining room. Mr. Houston, becoming tired of him, thought he would scare him away. He got the old dinner horn and crept up into the attic over the ding room. Trying to change his voice through the horn, he said, “Pent Isbell, Pen Isbell, this night thy soul shall be required of thee.” Pent raised up on his elbow and said in his thin voice, “Howdy, Joe, what time did you get in?”


Mr. Houston employed Mack Estes, an old sailor who was tattooed all over his body. He had had domestic trouble in his home state and had to leave, so he drifted to Tennessee. He was a shoemaker when a young man and continued at that trade after coming here. He made shoes for Mr. Houston and his family. My wife said she would rather go barefoot than wear Mack’s shoes, they were so heavy. He also loved his dram, and one time he came to town and got “dead drunk” and returned home bleeding like a hog. Mr. Houston asked, “Mack, what in the world happened to you?” He said, “Joe, I got the best of him. I left him lying dead on the sidewalk in front of Major Peek’s store.” Major Peek had plows sitting out on the sidewalk and Mack had fallen among them and cut his face and hands, the plows being the “man” he thought he’d killed.


During the Civil War, the Union soldiers came looking for Mr. Houston and said they were going to kill him. Molly and Mattie Houston were young ladies and both were good musicians. They asked the soldiers to come and look in the parlor. The girls began to play the piano and sing. The soldiers soon joined in and had such a good time they forgot all about Mr. Houston who, in the meantime, had slipped out the back door.” ----Vastine Stickley.




                                                    _John HOUSTON II "the Immigrant"_+
                                                   | (1689 - 1754) m 1717            
                       _Samuel Cunningham HOUSTON _|
                      | (1728 - 1797) m 1753       |
                      |                            |_Margaret Mary CUNNINGHAM _______
                      |                              (1696 - 1754) m 1717            
 _Robert HOUSTON _____|
| (1760 - 1835) m 1809|
|                     |                             _John MCCROSKEY "the Immigrant"__+
|                     |                            | (1680 - 1758) m 1711            
|                     |_Elizabeth MCCROSKEY _______|
|                       (1728 - ....) m 1753       |
|                                                  |_Elizabeth GAY __________________
|                                                    (1684 - ....) m 1711            
|
|--Joseph Erasmus HOUSTON 
|  (1810 - 1880)
|                                                   _________________________________
|                                                  |                                 
|                      _William BLACKBURN _________|
|                     | (1750 - 1780)              |
|                     |                            |_________________________________
|                     |                                                              
|_Martha BLACKBURN ___|
  (1777 - ....) m 1809|
                      |                             _________________________________
                      |                            |                                 
                      |____________________________|
                                                   |
                                                   |_________________________________
                                                                                     

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James MCNISH

Mar 1743 - ____

ID Number: I41028

  • OCCUPATION: Rev War
  • RESIDENCE: St. James Goose Creek, Berkley Co. SC
  • BIRTH: Mar 1743
  • RESOURCES: See: NOT PROVEN FATHER OF JANE [S1500]
Father: John MCNISH I
Mother: Margaret ALEXANDER?


Family 1 :
  1. +Jane MCNISH

Notes


Possibly Jane's father as he served in Rev War with Nathaniel McCants. John and James McNish were held prisoner on a ship in Charleston harbor! He was also paid as was his brother James one the 21 November 1785 for Pounds 23..0..0 St. Militia duty & pay during his Confinemt on board the Prison ship in 1782. Inter was 1 pound 12 shillings 2 pence. He and James served 30 days in the Militia under Col. Baxter and were held two hundred ninety-two days aboard a prison ship during 1782. A.A.5149B; y475.


CONFLICT: possibly not twins is showing a John and James twins of John II and Agnes Black..

[S2657]


                                                                    __
                                                                   |  
                        _(RESEARCH QUERY) MCNISH of South Carolina_|
                       |                                           |
                       |                                           |__
                       |                                              
 _John MCNISH I________|
| (1720 - 1748)        |
|                      |                                            __
|                      |                                           |  
|                      |___________________________________________|
|                                                                  |
|                                                                  |__
|                                                                     
|
|--James MCNISH 
|  (1743 - ....)
|                                                                   __
|                                                                  |  
|                       ___________________________________________|
|                      |                                           |
|                      |                                           |__
|                      |                                              
|_Margaret ALEXANDER? _|
  (1720 - ....)        |
                       |                                            __
                       |                                           |  
                       |___________________________________________|
                                                                   |
                                                                   |__
                                                                      

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Eula B. MEADOWS

ABT 1870 - ____

ID Number: I146

  • RESIDENCE: Lauderdale Co., AL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1870
  • RESOURCES: See: [S33]
Father: Riley Brantley MEADOWS
Mother: Elizabeth A. LINDSAY


Family 1 : W. O. ROBINSON

                                                       _____________________
                                                      |                     
                           ___________________________|
                          |                           |
                          |                           |_____________________
                          |                                                 
 _Riley Brantley MEADOWS _|
| (1842 - 1915) m 1866    |
|                         |                            _____________________
|                         |                           |                     
|                         |___________________________|
|                                                     |
|                                                     |_____________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Eula B. MEADOWS 
|  (1870 - ....)
|                                                      _William H. LINDSAY _+
|                                                     | (1780 - 1815) m 1802
|                          _Zachariah "Zack" LINDSAY _|
|                         | (1814 - 1892) m 1835      |
|                         |                           |_Mary "Polly" ALVIS _+
|                         |                             (1780 - 1817) m 1802
|_Elizabeth A. LINDSAY ___|
  (1842 - 1906) m 1866    |
                          |                            _____________________
                          |                           |                     
                          |_Martha M. MONTGOMERY _____|
                            (1816 - 1849) m 1835      |
                                                      |_____________________
                                                                            

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Ralph RYMER

ABT 1640 - BET 1704 AND 1712

ID Number: I82094

  • RESIDENCE: ENG and St. Mary's Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1640, Winwick Church, Leicestershire, England,
  • DEATH: BET 1704 AND 1712, St. Mary's Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2252]

Family 1 : Elizabeth GERARD

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She married Ralph RYMER Abt 1696 in All Saints Church, St. Mary 's Co. MD. He was born Abt 1640 in Winwick Church, Leicestershire, England, and died Bet 1704 and 1712 in St., Mary's Co., MD.

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Mildred WAINWRIGHT


This person is presumed living.

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