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Hon. William CLAIBORNE 1s Sec Commonwealth of VA

10 Aug 1600 - ABT 1676

ID Number: I31616

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: Merchant
  • RESIDENCE: ENG & MD & King Willliam Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 10 Aug 1600, Crayford, Kent, ENG
  • DEATH: ABT 1676, New Kent or King Wm Cos. Virginia [S1386]
  • BURIAL: Romancocke, near West Point, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S812] [S1386] [S1824] [S2013] [S2651]
Father: Thomas CLAIBORNE (CLEYBORNE)
Mother: SARA SMYTH


Family 1 : Elizabeth Jane BUTLER
  1. +Thomas CLAIBORNE
  2. +William CLAIBORNE
  3.  Jane CLAIBORNE
  4.  Leonard CLAIBORNE
  5.  John CLAIBORNE

Notes


1st White Settler in what is now known as the State of Maryland. AMERICAN COLONISTS IN ENGLISH RECORDS by George Sherwood. p. 182: In the Principal Probate Registry, London P.C.C. 202 EDMONDS. 1746, May 16: CLAIBORNE, William of Virginia, at present in London, merchant, confirms his will made in Virginia..


ERROR! father is Edmund Claiborne & Grace Bellingham of England.



"Virginia Venturer" William Claiborne 1600-1677, by Nathaniel C. Hale, copyright 1951. (A Historical Biography.) In this book he states that "William Claiborne, colonial Virginia's first Secretary of State by royal appointment, was a native of Kent England. He was baptized in the Parish of Crayford on August 10th of the year 1600"... he goes on to say "In one of the strangest cases of mistaken identity in our colonial history this enterprising son of an English merchant family has been confused with a distant cousin of the same name." ... Supposedly this William (the distant cousin) was the son of Edmund of Westmoreland County in England. He says (our)"William, the colonial, was the son of Thomas Clayborne of Kent, and a grandson of Thomas Cleyborne, the Elder of the Borough of King's Lynn in Norfolk."


CLAIBORNE OF VA, DESCENDANTS OF COLONEL WILLIAM CLAIBORNE, THE FIRST EIGHT GENERATIONS, compiled by John Frederick Dorman, 1995, is quoted "WILLIAM CLAIBORNE son of Thomas Cleyborne of Crayford, Kent,Gentleman, and Sara Smith-James."


When Roger James died in 1596, Sarah Smyth m. (2) Thomas Claiborne, Mayor of the Borough of King's Lynn 1592, becoming the parents, among others, of Col. William Claiborne.
Father: Thomas CLEYBORNE
Mother: Sarah Smyth JAMES
Family 1: Elizabeth BUTLER
MARRIAGE: ABT. 1635, ?
1.Mary Rice CLAIBORNE


"In 1981, the Genealogical Publishing Company, under the title GENEALOGIES OF VIRGINIA FAMILIES, reprinted in five volumes all of the genealogy articles which had previously appeared in the VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY, a copy of which I found at a local genealogy library. The first 75 or so pages of Volume II are reprints of several articles pertaining to the Claiborne family including Clayton Torrence's two-part article entitled "The English Ancestry of William Claiborne of Virginia." Two things make this article must reading for any Claiborne researcher -- (1) the extent to which Torrence researches William Claiborne's immediate family and English ancestry; and (2) his complete documentation of source material including citings from that material.


Torrence proves William Claiborne of Virginia was the son of Thomas Cleyborne and his wife Sara (Smith) James, widow of Roger James, of the Parish of Crayford, county Kent, England. Baptised August 10, 1600, William Claiborne m. c1635 Elizabeth Butler/Boteler, daughter of John and Jane (Elliott) Boteler of Roxwell, county Essex, England.


Regarding the children of William and Elizabeth (Butler) Claiborne, Torrence identifies five children -- William, Thomas, Leonard, John and Jane -- and provides the evidence for each. Regarding other, unnamed, children, Torrence writes:


"That the aforesaid William, Thomas, Leonard, John and Jane (Mrs. Thomas Brereton) were children of the Honorable William Claiborne (1600-circa 1677/8) is established fact, the evidence for each child being stated above. That the mother of these five children was Elizabeth Butler is established by the fact that we have in note 45 established the fact that the Honorable William Claiborne (1600-circa 1677/8) had only one wife, whom we have proved to have been Elizabeth Butler."


"There is no evidence that the Honorable William Claiborne (1600-circa 1677/8) and his wife Elizabeth Butler had other children (at least who survived infancy or childhood) than William, Thomas, Leonard, John and Jane, named above.""


Martha WAR12051@aol.com Wrote: John Herbert Claiborne, MD wrote in "William Claiborne of VA" William Claiborne who was the first Secretary of the Commonwealth of VA was b. 1587 and d. 1677, New Kent Co and was buried at Romancocke, near West Point, VA on the banks of the York River. The book delt primarily with William Claiborne's fued with Lord Baltimore over Kent Island off the Maryland coast. In one place it is noted 1677, when he made his final appeal with respect to Kent Island, his name is shown as William Claiborne, Sr. and it is also noted he had a son named Leonard and a daughter named Jane. There was mention that William Claiborne MAY have married a second time. There is a will filed in King William in 1705 by William Claiborne which mentions, "his son William Claiborne, cousin Thomas Claiborne, Claiborne Gough, eldest son of my sister Ursula Gough, Elizabeth Claiborne, daughter of sister Mary Claiborne. Cousin Leonard Claiborne, cousin Eunice Coalies, friend George Clough. Friends John Waller, Henry Madison and Daniel Miles. Madame Latitia Newell governesss to my daugher, Mary Claiborne." This will is found in "Some wills from the Burned Counties of Virginia and other wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations 1632-1800" by William Lindsay Hopkins, Richmond, Virginia 1987. I think this Mary Claiborne MAY be the one who m. Edward, son of Thomas of Marcy as he was b. in 1690.
Children:
Lt. Col. Thomas CLAIBORNE
Col. William CLAIBORNE
Jane CLAIBORNE
Leonard of Jamaica CLAIBORNE
John of New Kent CLAIBORNE


"Claiborne, William (1587?-1677?), American colonist in what is now the state of Maryland. He was born in northwestern England. Claiborne was appointed secretary of state for the colony in 1625.


In 1631 he purchased Kent Island in Chesapeake Bay (now part of Maryland). However, Cecilius Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore, claimed Kent Island as part of the land grant given his family by royal charter. A group of colonists sent by Calvert to the Maryland colony seized Kent Island in 1638. Claiborne overthrew Leonard Calvert, Cecilius Calvert's brother, in 1644 and held Maryland for the next two years.


The English strongman Oliver Cromwell appointed him to a parliamentary commission that governed Maryland from 1652 to 1657. Lord Baltimore's claim to the colony was upheld, however, and Maryland was returned to him." Copywrite Encarta© Online Deluxe


From Johnathan Clayborne on genforum: "William was born in Crayford. He was baptized on Aug 10, 1600. He attended Pembroke College at 16 years of age and was officially admitted on May 31, 1617. On June 13, 1621 he was chosen by the Virginia Company to be the official Surveyor in the colony. He was a member of the party of Sir Francis Wyatt, who was the newly appointed Governor. They arrived in Jamestown in Oct, 1621 aboard the ship "George". On Mar 30, 1623 he was appointed to the Council. He was re-appointed by the King on Aug 26, 1624. From 1625-1635 he served as the secretary of the colony, and again from 1652-1660. During 1642-1660 he also was the colony's treasurer. In 1640 he was given charge of the colony's seal. (This means that he was well liked. :) ). According to documents from 1626 he owned a total of 17,500 acres of land dived among 7 differnt geographic locations. During 1627 William was given a boat and a large company of men and told to scour the (cheseapeke) bay area and look for rivers and creeks. It was during this expedition that he found what is now called Kent Island. On Mar 24, 1630 he went to England. On Mar 16, 1631 William and associates were granted license from the King to to trade with the indians from the island. During his trading he bought the land from the local indians. He built a large fort there complete with cannon, orchards, farms, and houses and housed about 150 men. (nearly half the population of the Colony at the time). On Jun 20, 1632 Leonard Calvert, aka Lord Baltimore, recieved a large grant of land wich included "land not cultivated nor planted". Williams island was within the boundaires of the land, but his fortress even had orchards and farms and was therefore cultivated so it did not fall within the confines of the grant given to lord Baltimore. Baltimore disagreed. The "first naval battle" in american history was fought just off the island. Williams ship "Cockatrice" went up against Baltimore's ships "St. Helen" and "St. Margaret". Williams ship was forced to retreat. A few days later the same ships fought again and the battle ended in Williams favor. They fought back and forth for several years over the island. The King had issued a decree to Calvert that the island was not his territory, but Calvert persisted. Virginias goverenor at the time was Governor Harvey. HE was booted out of Virginia for, among other things, failing to support William and Virginia's prior rights to the island. (The virginians were pretty ticked about lord baltimores grant.) In 1635 William returned to England to ask the King for assistance in controling Calvert. The King refused. It was on this trip that William married Jane Butler. While he was away Calvert launched an assault on the island and took it. Shortly after William returned to Virginia and waited. He built up an army and took the whole of baltimore in 1638. A long-time enemy of the colony returned at the same time and basically assisted William. Once all of Calverts forces were driven from Maryland William returned to Kent Island and his new associate ransacked the mainland plandering anything he wanted. Calvert eventually returned in 1644 and drove them both from Maryland. In 1652 William was made a Parliamentary Commisioner along with Richard Bennett and sent to remove all public officials from office in maryland by order of Parliament. (There was trouble with a religious faction in marland that, left unchecked, would result in small scale war). After the crisis was averted, William and Richard returned the local officials to their proper office. William did not try to re-take Kent Island during this time, although he could have. He sent one last petition to the King in 1676 begging the king to let the "poor old servant of your majesty's father and grandfather" have restitution for the land and properties of the isle. His case was dismissed and he died shortly after. William's well-documented children are: William, Jane, John, Elizabeth, Thomas, Leonard.
I do have a copy of the "Claiborne" coat of arms that Id be happy to give you, but keep in mind that these arms are do not officially belong to William and his family. There was a second William Claiborne that was born in the Yorkshire area at the same time as your william. His family is the one that the coat belongs to."


"The arms Argent 3 chevronnels interlaced in base and a chief sable were officially registered at the Herald's Visitations of the County of Yorkshire in 1584/5 and 1612 for the Cleybourne family of Killerby, who are shown as having derived from the neighboring county of Westmorland. The name is variously spelt as Clyborne, Clyburne, Cleburne and Clebourne in 1584/5 and as Cleybourne, Clayburne and Clyburne in 1612 - but as you probably know, there were no fixed spelling of names in those days, so its not at all unusual to find such variations. The arms consist of a shield only, without a crest, though it includes quartering for the Kirkbride arms as well as the basic Cleybourne coat.
We are not permitted to photostat our official manuscripts but I am able to let you have the enclosed copy of a composite pedigree printed in Joseph Foster's 1875 edition of the two Visitations, which contains all the information given in the manuscript versions. Indeed, it gives slightly more detail in the third and sixth generations: the fact that Thomas Cleybourne was living at Hay Close in Cumberland, the existence of his sister Elizabeth and her marriage to John Thwaites of Marston, Edward Cleburne's marriage to Elizabeth Hutton, and his sisters marriage to Whitfield of Coulton, all these particulars have been drawn from other sources. I should mention that the Edward shown at the foot of the pedigree is Edmund on the Visitation record.
There is no later pedigree or registration of the arms for a family of the name in our records. William Claiborne and his descendants never established any right (page 731) to arms either by descent or by having a new grant. Nor has any crest ever been officially associated with the shield. The crest shown on the seal described in the article you sent with your letter of Jan 3rd must have been informally assumed by the Claibornes in America.
I suspect that their adoption of the shield was also informal. The fact that thier ancestry has been traced back to King's Lynn in Norfolk, the other side of the England from Westmorland, suggests that there was no close link between the families - and perhaps no link at all. I should explain that over all the centuries, indeed throughout the history of heraldry, there has been a tendency for families to adopt coats of arms that belong to other families of the same name, irrespective of any actual relationship. The use of the Visitation family's arms on William Claiborne's seal and on his son Thomas' gravestone cannot in itself be treated as evidence of any actual connection between these families.
This does not entirely rule out the possibility that the Norfolk Claibornes were descended from the Westmorland family but Im afraid that the chances are against discovering thier precise origins. It is very rare indeed to be able to trace the ancestry of an English family prior to the early 16th century. It might be helpful to look at a variety of Norfolk sources to see if the name occurs in that county in the century or so before the lifetime of Thomas Cleybourne. If not, it is plausible that he came from elsewhere, and it would be worth looking at records relating to the Westmorland family in the case there is any reference to him.
However, from what you tell me, it sounds as if a good deal of research has already been carried out in determining Thomas' origins. I enclose a copy of of a page of a page from Walter Rye's "Norfolk Families Vol I (1911)". I have also turned up a number of references to the Westmorland family in printed sources none of these disclose a link with Thomas of King's Lynn.
I am afraid that this report is necessarily somewhat negative. I hope nonetheless that my findings are of some interest to you, and I shall be happy to answer any further queries you may have.
Yours sincerely,
[singed] P.L. Dickinson
P.L. Dickinson
Richmond Herald"



[S1824]


                                                                             __
                                                                            |  
                                 _Thomas "The Elder" CLAIBORNE (CLEYBORNE) _|
                                | (1530 - 1581)                             |
                                |                                           |__
                                |                                              
 _Thomas CLAIBORNE (CLEYBORNE) _|
| (1557 - 1607) m 1598          |
|                               |                                            __
|                               |                                           |  
|                               |_Katherine REVELEY ________________________|
|                                 (1530 - ....)                             |
|                                                                           |__
|                                                                              
|
|--William CLAIBORNE 1s Sec Commonwealth of VA
|  (1600 - 1676)
|                                                                            __
|                                                                           |  
|                                _(RESEARCH QUERY) SMYTH ___________________|
|                               |                                           |
|                               |                                           |__
|                               |                                              
|_SARA SMYTH ___________________|
  (1570 - 1626) m 1598          |
                                |                                            __
                                |                                           |  
                                |___________________________________________|
                                                                            |
                                                                            |__
                                                                               

Sources

[S1386]

[S812]

[S1386]

[S1824]

[S2013]

[S2651]

[S1824]


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Christopher COLEMAN

ABT 1743 - ABT 1781

ID Number: I72682

  • RESIDENCE: VA and SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1743
  • DEATH: ABT 1781, Charleston, South Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2773]
Father: Robert COLEMAN
Mother: Faith GODFREY


Family 1 : Mary MARSHALL
  1.  Robert COLEMAN

Notes


""The Coleman Family came to this country around 1729 from England. Christopher Coleman, with his brother's and two sisters, Lucy and Frances joined a wagon train that was going to Charleston, South Carolina enroute, and while still in Virginia, Lucy Coleman, his sister met Thomas Draper, Sr. and they were married in Virginia. His other sister, Frances Coleman, fell in love and married Col. Zack Gibbs, who was in the British Army.


Things were going well for the wagon train until Christopher's wagon broke down while crossing a branch on Mills Creek of the Pacolet River. He decided, thenand there, to settle on the spot. The branch was known as Coleman's Branch and is to this day. He immediately set about to build a tavern where travelers could get food, drinks, and lodging. This tavern was known as Christie's Tavern. It was said that he would turn no man away, even during the American Revolution. If the Tories were coming to rest and water their horses, the Whigs would scamper down a ramp built over the creek and hide in the woods.


In 1780 when Hugh Habershaw brought Horseshoe Robinson to Christie's Tavern to rest for the night, somehow he escaped, probably over the ramp.


Christie's Tavern has been mentioned many times in such books as "The History of Grendal Shoals, Horshoe Robinson, Heroes of Kings Mountain, Drapers of Virginia" and in many other articals written about Union County, South Carolina. Christopher was a prosperous land owner and business man of his time, and it is said that his wife, fearing that they would be robbed, went out one dark and rainy night and burried a pot of gold outside the tavern. To this day peple have searched with various devices for this gold, but to no avail. In the "History of Grendal Shoals", Christopher was described as a quiet and peaceful man and quote: "No better citizens have ever graced any country". It is said that after the revolution he went to Charleston, South Carolina where he became Justice of the Peace and is said to have died there."


Christopher Coleman received two separate grants of land totaling 400 acres bounded by Robert coleman's land just off the Pacolet River on Jan 1, 1766. He ran a Tavern called "Christie's"


Robert Coleman was heir to much of Christopher's land and was the father of 10 children. (only 8 children found on other records.)."

[S2773]


                                             _Joseph COLEMAN _____+
                                            | (1658 - 1704) m 1685
                       _William COLEMAN ____|
                      | (1685 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_Agnes ADELSTON _____+
                      |                       (1665 - ....) m 1685
 _Robert COLEMAN _____|
| (1715 - 1745) m 1740|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Christopher COLEMAN 
|  (1743 - 1781)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Faith GODFREY ______|
  (1720 - ....) m 1740|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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[S2773]

[S2773]


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Lucy Ann DAVIS

29 Sep 1829 - 6 Nov 1854

ID Number: I7802

  • RESIDENCE: Wilcox Co. AL
  • BIRTH: 29 Sep 1829
  • DEATH: 6 Nov 1854
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S2348]
Father: John Packer DAVIS
Mother: Mary A. "Polly" MCCANTS


Family 1 : John D. MCNEIL

                                                  ____________________________
                                                 |                            
                            _Abel DAVIS _________|
                           | (1770 - 1826)       |
                           |                     |____________________________
                           |                                                  
 _John Packer DAVIS _______|
| (1796 - 1865) m 1826     |
|                          |                      ____________________________
|                          |                     |                            
|                          |_Agnes PACKER _______|
|                            (1770 - ....)       |
|                                                |____________________________
|                                                                             
|
|--Lucy Ann DAVIS 
|  (1829 - 1854)
|                                                 _Thomas MCCANTS Sr._________+
|                                                | (1741 - 1791) m 1775       
|                           _John MCCANTS _______|
|                          | (1778 - 1846) m 1803|
|                          |                     |_ BURGESS __________________+
|                          |                       (1740 - 1778) m 1775       
|_Mary A. "Polly" MCCANTS _|
  (1812 - 1850) m 1826     |
                           |                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) THOMPSON _
                           |                     |                            
                           |_Mary Jane THOMPSON _|
                             (1785 - 1846) m 1803|
                                                 |____________________________
                                                                              

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[S2348]


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Lucy Grymes LEE

1786 - 1860

ID Number: I22333

  • RESIDENCE: of Stratford, Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1786, Stratford, Virginia
  • DEATH: 1860
  • RESOURCES: See: [S747] [S1286] [S2128]
Father: Henry "Lighthorse Harry" LEE Gov.of Virginia
Mother: Matilda LEE


Family 1 : Bernard Moore CARTER Sr.
  1.  Charles Henry CARTER
  2.  Josephine CARTER
  3.  Matilda Lee CARTER
  4.  Mildred Randolph CARTER
  5.  Charlotte CARTER
  6.  Bernard Moore CARTER Jr.

                                                                         _Henry LEE I_________________________+
                                                                        | (1691 - 1747) m 1723                
                                                _Henry LEE II___________|
                                               | (1729 - 1787) m 1753   |
                                               |                        |_Mary BLAND _________________________+
                                               |                          (1704 - 1764) m 1723                
 _Henry "Lighthorse Harry" LEE Gov.of Virginia_|
| (1756 - 1818) m 1782                         |
|                                              |                         _John GRYMES Esq.of Brandon__________+
|                                              |                        | (1693 - ....) m 1715                
|                                              |_Lucy Ludwell GRYMES ___|
|                                                (1720 - ....) m 1753   |
|                                                                       |_Lucy LUDWELL _______________________+
|                                                                         (1698 - ....) m 1715                
|
|--Lucy Grymes LEE 
|  (1786 - 1860)
|                                                                        _Thomas LEE of Stratford_____________+
|                                                                       | (1690 - 1750) m 1722                
|                                               _Philip Ludwell LEE Sr._|
|                                              | (1726 - 1775) m 1763   |
|                                              |                        |_Hannah Philippa Harrison LUDWELL ___+
|                                              |                          (1701 - 1750) m 1722                
|_Matilda LEE _________________________________|
  (1763 - 1793) m 1782                         |
                                               |                         _James STEPTOE of "Nominy Hall"______
                                               |                        | (1710 - 1778)                       
                                               |_Elizabeth STEPTOE _____|
                                                 (1741 - 1789) m 1763   |
                                                                        |_Elizabeth ESKRIDGE of "Sandy Point"_+
                                                                          (1715 - 1744)                       

Sources

[S747]

[S1286]

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Nannie J. MARTIN

26 Jul 1872 - 27 Sep 1891

ID Number: I85286

  • RESIDENCE: Hinds Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 26 Jul 1872
  • DEATH: 27 Sep 1891, Hinds Co. Mississippi
  • BURIAL: Bethesda (Baptist) Cemetery, Near Terry, Hinds Co., MS
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3153]

Family 1 : Nace Leonadis HUTCHISON

Notes


Father: J. C. Martin Mother: C. Unknown

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DAVID OLIPHANT

1120 - ____

ID Number: I104556

  • RESIDENCE: of Northampton and Scotland
  • BIRTH: 1120
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3781]

Notes


OLIPHANT - The manor of Lilford, Northamptonshire was held at Domesday by the Countess Judith, and her under-tenant there was her nephew, Walter the Fleming. The spelling given in Domesday Book is Lilleford, but the place was also known as Holy Ford. The first Holyford, Olifard or Oliphant of Lilford of whom we have note was Roger, who witnessed a charter to St Andrewís Priory, Norhtampton, for Simon de Senlis, first husband of Scotlandís Queen Maud. Roger's successor at Lilford was William, and the David Oliphant born there about 1120 who was godson of Maudís second husband, David of Scotland, was Williamís son.


The war between King Stephen and the Empress Maud was a difficult one for all Flemings, but David Oliphantís dilemma was more acute than most. While fighting for Stephen at Winchester in 1141, young Oliphant became aware that his royal godfather, fighting on the other side, was in great peril. At the risk of his own life he saved the Scottish king and hid him until the way was clear for an escape over the Border. Although the Oliphants continued to hold Lilford until 1266 (when it passed to their kinsman, Walter de Mai-ay), David Oliphant followed his godfather to Scotland and spent the rest of his life there, serving him loyally and wisely as justiciar of Lothian. His heraldic device was that of a second son of Boulogne, so David Oliphant was of the family of Lens like Queen Maud. [S3781]

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Arizona Elizabeth SACHSE

13 Feb 1876 - ____

ID Number: I1547

  • BIRTH: 13 Feb 1876
  • RESOURCES: See: [S58]
Father: James Alfred SACHSE
Mother: Laura BELKNAP



                                                         _Henry SACHSE _______
                                                        | (1790 - ....)       
                        _William SACHSE "the Immigrant"_|
                       | (1820 - 1899)                  |
                       |                                |_Mary KEMPS _________
                       |                                  (1800 - ....)       
 _James Alfred SACHSE _|
| (1849 - 1930) m 1875 |
|                      |                                 _Henry MCCULLOCH ____+
|                      |                                | (1790 - 1862)       
|                      |_Elizabeth MCCULLOCH ___________|
|                        (1815 - 1852)                  |
|                                                       |_____________________
|                                                                             
|
|--Arizona Elizabeth SACHSE 
|  (1876 - ....)
|                                                        _____________________
|                                                       |                     
|                       _Porter BELKNAP ________________|
|                      | (1830 - ....)                  |
|                      |                                |_____________________
|                      |                                                      
|_Laura BELKNAP _______|
  (1857 - 1933) m 1875 |
                       |                                 _____________________
                       |                                |                     
                       |_Elizabeth______________________|
                         (1830 - ....)                  |
                                                        |_____________________
                                                                              

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Malsey Fay SIMMONS

17 Oct 1900 - 20 Jul 1981

ID Number: I68766

  • RESIDENCE: OK
  • BIRTH: 17 Oct 1900, Indian Territory
  • DEATH: 20 Jul 1981, Hollis, Oklahoma
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:QB81-NT) [S2157]
Father: Oscar Ernest SIMMONS
Mother: Maude Blanche MORAN



                                                    _John B. SIMMONS ________________+
                                                   | (1818 - 1901)                   
                         _Joel B. SIMMONS _________|
                        | (1844 - 1920) m 1867     |
                        |                          |_________________________________
                        |                                                            
 _Oscar Ernest SIMMONS _|
| (1870 - ....)         |
|                       |                           _________________________________
|                       |                          |                                 
|                       |_Nancy Zerelda TERRY _____|
|                         (1848 - 1942) m 1867     |
|                                                  |_________________________________
|                                                                                    
|
|--Malsey Fay SIMMONS 
|  (1900 - 1981)
|                                                   _Charles H. MORAN _______________
|                                                  | (1810 - ....) m 1838            
|                        _Marmaduke Young MORAN ___|
|                       | (1846 - 1902) m 1870     |
|                       |                          |_Elizabeth "Betsy" M. BUCKHOLTS _+
|                       |                            (1821 - ....) m 1838            
|_Maude Blanche MORAN __|
  (1882 - 1967)         |
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                        |_Salina Catherine WATSON _|
                          (1840 - 1883) m 1870     |
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Robert TOMLIN Sr.

ABT 1636 - BET 1683 AND 0000

ID Number: I70312

  • RESIDENCE: Essex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1636, Virginia
  • DEATH: BET 1683 AND 0000
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS FGR notes
Father: Mathew TOMLIN


Family 1 : Rebecca FOX
  1.  Robert TOMLIN Jr.
  2. +Rebecca TOMLIN
  3.  Hannah TOMLIN
  4.  Martha TOMLIN
  5.  William TOMLIN

Notes


Robert Tomlin will 7 March 1683 Essex Co., VA rec 9 Oct 1688 m/Rebecca Fox d/1714 Essex Co., Va her will dated 1709, having Robert, Rebecca m/Ralph Rowzee d 1719, Hannah, & Martha.[Taylor's.FTW]


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 _Mathew TOMLIN ______|
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|--Robert TOMLIN Sr.
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