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Martha BRYANT

ABT 1650 - AFT Nov 1690

ID Number: I102095

  • RESIDENCE: Stafford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1650
  • DEATH: AFT Nov 1690, Stafford Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3691]

Family 1 : Thomas FOLEY "the Immigrant"
  1.  Bryant (Briant) FOLEY
Family 2 : William BURTON

Notes


Father: ? Bryant and Mother: Keziah Arroya; Martha Bryant Had a brother Richard Bryant m. to Ann Meese

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Roger CANTRELL


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Sir JOHN DANIELSTON

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ID Number: I98363

  • TITLE: Sir
  • OCCUPATION: Sheriff of Dumbarton
  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
Father: HUGH de DANIELSTON


Family 1 : MARY FLEMING
  1. +JANET de DANIELSTON

Notes


1. Sir John de Danzielstoun (Danielston) of that ilk, Sheriff of Dumbarton m. Mary Fleming (dau of Sir Malcolm Fleming, 1st Earl of Wigtown)
Children:
A. Sir Robert de Danzielstoun (Danielston) of that ilk
i. Margaret de Danielston .. m. Sir William Cunynghame of Kilmaurs (d by 12.1415) ..
ii. Elizabeth de Danielston (or Denniston) .. m. (1402) Sir Robert Maxwell of Calderwood ..
B. Walter de Danielston, Bishop of St. Andrews
C. Sir William de Danielston of Colgrain ancestor of Dennistoun of Colgrain
D. Hugh de Danielston
E. Malcolm de Danielston
F. Janet de Danielston m. Sir Adam Mure of Rowallan (d 1399)



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Hon. James Berry HARRISON

1788 - 1842

ID Number: I61213

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: Missouri legislature in 1826
  • RESIDENCE: SC and 1817 to Phelps and Crawford Cos. MO
  • BIRTH: 1788
  • DEATH: 1842, Missouri
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S3735]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) HARRISON


Family 1 :
  1.  John Brazil HARRISON
  2.  Benjamin Berry HARRISON C.S.A.

Notes


possibly kin (brother, cousin?) to our Harrison's of Limestone Co. AL. Elizabeth b SC.
Information Sheet R143 Harrison family. History, 1980. One folder, photocopies.


This is a compilation of historical and genealogical material concerning the Harrison family of Phelps and Laclede counties in Missouri. Assembled by Florence J. Malaney, the material includes copies of family papers, 1860-1865, genealogical research on the family by Clair V. Mann, n.d., and correspondence with Robert K. Hooker, 1980.


James Berry Harrison brought his family to Missouri from South Carolina in 1817 or 1818, settling at the confluence of Little Piney Creek and the Gasconade River at what is now Arlington in Phelps County. Harrison (1788-1842) built the first log cabin in the area, which also served as county courthouse, post office, and community meeting point. Harrison, who was quite prominent politically, served as clerk of Crawford County, and was elected to the Missouri legislature in 1826 and 1832.


His sons, John Brazil Harrison (1809-1860) and Benjamin Berry Harrison (1818-1886), helped establish county governments in Miller, Pulaski, and Laclede counties, as they were organized. They were also, respectively, co-founders of the towns of Tuscumbia and Lebanon. John Harrison married three times, last to Martha Lewellyn Hyer of Lake Spring in Dent County, Missouri.


The Harrison family history, compiled by Florence J. Malaney for the Laclede County Historical Society, incorporates copies of several documents which pertain to various members of the family. John B. Harrison's will is included, as is a typescript of the Masonic rites held at his funeral in 1860.


There is also a typescript of a letter written by Martha Hyer Harrison to her brother-in-law, Benjamin Harrison, after the close of the Civil War. Benjamin, who sympathized with the Confederacy, had moved his family to Red River County, Texas, when the war broke out. His sizable land holdings in Laclede County were later confiscated by a hostile county court. Martha Harrison was also fighting to keep the court from seizing her husband's estate, and she reported in the letter on the machinations of the court. She also commented on the Union troops who passed through Lebanon, and whose officers boarded at her home.


The remainder of the Harrison family history is composed of genealogical and historical material written by the late Clair V. Mann, and correspondence with Robert K. Hooker of Washington, D.C. Hooker is the grandson of Joseph Thomas Hooker, John B. Harrison's business partner in a general store in Lebanon before the Civil War.


Additional biographical information on the Harrison family can be found in the Goodspeed's and Laclede County Historical Society's histories. A daybook from the Harrison & Hooker store at Lebanon, 1853-1854, has been microfilmed as Western Historical Manuscript Collection-Rolla collection number R99.


r166; 24 March 1983; Laclede County Historical Society; loaned for photocopying


R099 H & H Store. Daybook/journal, 1853-1854. One volume.
http://www.umr.edu/~whmcinfo/shelf4/r099/info.html.
This volume is a daybook/journal from one of the earliest general stores in Lebanon, the seat of Laclede County, Missouri. The proprietors were John B. Harrison (1809-1860) and Joseph Thomas Hooker (1831-1894).


Laclede County was organized in 1849 from parts of Camden, Pulaski, and Wright counties. The first county court selected a site in Lebanon Township for the county seat, and the town of Lebanon was platted in 1850. Located along the Springfield road, Lebanon was a natural stop for travelers to and from southwestern Missouri. The village grew into a prosperous business center before the Civil War.


The proprietors of the H & H Store, John B. Harrison (1809-1860) and Joseph Thomas Hooker (1831-1894) were members of pioneer families in central Missouri. Harrison came to the state with his family in 1818. He held several civil offices in Gasconade and Miller counties, and was a founder of Tuscumbia, Missouri. He led the survey team which laid out Lebanon, and received several land grants in the area in 1852. Beginning in 1853 and until his death in 1860, he operated a general store with Joseph Thomas Hooker. Hooker then continued to run the store, perhaps in partnership with his brother, until the Civil War, when he left Lebanon to join the Confederate forces. Additional biographical information can be found in the Goodspeed, Nyberg, Gleason, and Laclede County Historical Society's histories of the county. The December 1980 issue of the Laclede County Historical Society's Newsletter, containing data on the Harrison and Hooker families, is included in the Information Folder.




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Mary PENDLETON

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I59667

Father: John PENDLETON
Mother: Mary SMITH



                                              _Henry PENDLETON ________+
                                             | (1683 - 1721) m 1701    
                       _John PENDLETON Judge_|
                      | (1719 - 1799) m 1744 |
                      |                      |_Mary Bishop TAYLOR _____+
                      |                        (1688 - 1770) m 1701    
 _John PENDLETON _____|
| (1752 - 1806)       |
|                     |                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) JAMES _
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|                     |_Phoebe? JAMES _______|
|                       (1720 - 1761) m 1744 |
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|--Mary PENDLETON 
|  (1780 - ....)
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|_Mary SMITH _________|
  (1755 - 1787)       |
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[S2541]


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