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Joseph Woodner ALVIS

29 Mar 1861 - 15 Jan 1940

ID Number: I10128

  • RESIDENCE: Hawkins Co. TN and McLean Co. IL
  • BIRTH: 29 Mar 1861, Hw Co, TN
  • DEATH: 15 Jan 1940, Bloomington, McLean Co, IL
  • BURIAL: Park Hill Cem, Bloomington, McLean Co, IL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S321] [S1844]
Father: George N. ALVIS C.S.A.
Mother: Sarah E. LIPE


Family 1 : Margaret Frances PRICE
  1. +Strum Harrison ALVIS
  2.  Harry J. ALVIS

Notes


Married by W. M. Cline, J. P. of Hawkins Co, TN. Book 1, Page 191
1910 McLean Co., IL census: Joseph Alvis 49 TN, Maggie 44 TN, Sarah 75 TN.


my part of the family moved to the coal mines in Southern Illinois. When the railroads got going, they moved to Bloomington, Il. [S1844]


                                                    _Charles Dabney ALVIS I_+
                                                   | (1777 - 1861) m 1806   
                          _William Anderson ALVIS _|
                         | (1810 - 1900) m 1829    |
                         |                         |_Rebecca ARNALL ________+
                         |                           (1784 - 1830) m 1806   
 _George N. ALVIS C.S.A._|
| (1836 - 1874) m 1857   |
|                        |                          ________________________
|                        |                         |                        
|                        |_Elizabeth JOHNSON ______|
|                          (1815 - 1867) m 1829    |
|                                                  |________________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Joseph Woodner ALVIS 
|  (1861 - 1940)
|                                                   ________________________
|                                                  |                        
|                         _________________________|
|                        |                         |
|                        |                         |________________________
|                        |                                                  
|_Sarah E. LIPE _________|
  (1837 - 1917) m 1857   |
                         |                          ________________________
                         |                         |                        
                         |_________________________|
                                                   |
                                                   |________________________
                                                                            

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Lemuel ALVIS

ABT 1778 - ____

ID Number: I1883

  • OCCUPATION: War Of 1812 VA 74th Regt. (Truheart's)
  • RESIDENCE: Hanover Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1778, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: NOT PROVEN SON [S97] [S98] [S99] [S315]
Father: David ALVIS II
Mother: Mary CAUTHON


Notes


Possible Son - Not Proven. Served as a Pvt in the 74th Reg (Trueheart's) Virginia Militia and the same unit as Charles Dabney Alvis.

                                                                                      _George ALVIS (ALVES) _+
                                                                                     | (1656 - 1734)         
                       _David ALVIS (OLVIS) I________________________________________|
                      | (1714 - 1787) m 1739                                         |
                      |                                                              |_Mary CRENSHAW? _______+
                      |                                                                (1700 - 1732)         
 _David ALVIS II______|
| (1748 - 1814) m 1768|
|                     |                                                               _Thomas STANLEY III____+
|                     |                                                              | (1689 - 1754) m 1715  
|                     |_Elizabeth STANLEY? __________________________________________|
|                       (1718 - 1789) m 1739                                         |
|                                                                                    |_Elizabeth MADDOX _____
|                                                                                      (1693 - 1724) m 1715  
|
|--Lemuel ALVIS 
|  (1778 - ....)
|                                                                                     _______________________
|                                                                                    |                       
|                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) CAUTHORN (CAWTHON) of Hanover & Fluvanna VA_|
|                     |                                                              |
|                     |                                                              |_______________________
|                     |                                                                                      
|_Mary CAUTHON _______|
  (1750 - 1784) m 1768|
                      |                                                               _______________________
                      |                                                              |                       
                      |______________________________________________________________|
                                                                                     |
                                                                                     |_______________________
                                                                                                             

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[S98]

[S99]

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ROBERT BARCLAY "the Apologist"

23 Dec 1648 - 3 Oct 1690

ID Number: I102522

  • OCCUPATION: 2nd Laird of Ury; 1667 Robert Barclay became a Quaker while in prison.
  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • RELIGION: Quaker
  • BIRTH: 23 Dec 1648, Gordonstoun, in Moray, Scotland
  • DEATH: 3 Oct 1690, Ury, Fetterose, Kincardineshire, Scotland
  • BURIAL: Urie, Fetterose, Kincardineshire, Scotland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S944]
Father: DAVID BARCLAY 1st Laird of Ury
Mother: KATHERINE GORDON


Family 1 : CHRISTIAN MOLLISON
  1. +ROBERT BARCLAY II Laird of Ury
  2.  DAVID BARCLAY
  3.  JOHN BARCLAY
  4. +JEAN BARCLAY

Notes


(3) 1648 - 1690 Robert Barclay, ‘Apologist" Ury Castle, near Aberdeen, Scotland.


BARCLAY, ROBERT, the celebrated Apologist for the Quakers, was born on the 23rd of December, 1648, at Gordonstoun, in Moray.


"His son Robert, Urie II, was widely known for his Apologia, described on the title page as being an Explanation and Vindication of the Principles and Doctrines of the People called Quakers. It was published in 1659 when Robert was twenty-seven, becoming widely influential, was then translated into all the European languages. He was friends with the leading Quakers of his day, George Fox and William Penn. Together, they were responsible for the idea of a city of brotherly love to be built in America. Instrumental in settling the east coast of the American colonies, Robert was appointed life governor by the proprietors of East New Jersey who granted him 5,000 acres of land. Robert's second son, David, left Urie and went to London and was apprenticed to a City Company where he became a merchant and a rich man. His second wife was the daughter of John Fream, goldsmith, whose premises in Lombard Street became a banking center as the site of the Barclay's Bank. Wealth, however, did not corrupt the family's strict Quaker principles. David acquired an estate in Jamaica, freeing the slaves there and teaching them trades many years before the passing of laws against the institution of slavery. He entertained George III at his house in London for one of the Lord Mayor's processions, and he and his family were excused from kneeling to the King due to their Quaker beliefs. He refused a knighthood and preferment for his son at Court saying that 'He preferred to bring up his sons in honest trades'." From http://www.clanbarclay.com/history.htm


1659 Sent to Scots’ Theological College (Roman Catholic) in Paris where his uncle was Rector
1670 Truth Cleared of Calumnies published
1672 March Robert Barclay walked through the streets of Aberdeen in sackcloth and ashes
1672 Barclay’s first brief imprisonment in the Tolbooth of Montrose
1673 or 1674 First attendance at London Yearly Meeting
1673? Catechism and Confession of Faith published
1674 Theses Theologicae or Some Solid Positions of Sound Divinity Asserted published in Low Dutch and Latin
1675 Theses Theologicae published in English early in the year


1675 Completion of the Latin edition of the Apology; the address to King Charles II was dated November 25, 1675
1675 Quakerism No Popery published
1676 Anarchy of the Ranters published
1676 Quakerism Confirmed published (written with George Keith)


1676 An Apology for the True Christian Divinity As the Same is Held Forth and Preached by the People Called in Scorn Quakers published in Latin
1676 Nov. 7 Imprisonment in Aberdeen
1677 April 9 Release from prison
1677 July 26 Embarked on ministerial tour of Holland and Germany with George Fox,
William Penn and others
1678 Barclay’s English translation of the Apology published
1679 Nov. 4 Last imprisonment, at Aberdeen
1682 Sept. Appointed non-resident Governor (for life) of East New Jersey in the American colonies
1683 August Barclay attacked by highwaymen north of London
1690 Oct. 3 Death of Robert Barclay at Ury, Scotland
1692 Barclay’s collected works published under the title Truth Triumphant Through the Spiritual Warfare, Christian Labours and Writings of That Able and Faithful Servant of Jesus Christ, Robert Barclay


The Barclay Bastion


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Barclay, Robert Ury, Quaker, Stonehaven, Aberdeen, Scotland, East Jersey, Rowan CO NC see Clan Barclay, Barclay Bastion, Tyler County Genealogical Society, writings of Teddy Barclay Pope
Robert Barclay, Second Laird of Ury
The Governor of East Jersey, New Jersey and Quaker Apologist 1648 - 1690
By Teddy L. Barclay Pope Ed. D. and Dennise L Pope of Houston, Texas May, 1999


While in University at the Scot University of Paris where his uncle was a professor, Robert became involved with the Society of Friends called Quakers. Included were the other founders, George Fox and William Penn. At age 28, Robert Barclay wrote down the Quaker beliefs that came to be known by historians as Barclay's Apology. The Apology was presented to Charles II, the king of England and Scotland with whom the Barclays were in favor. The Apology is composed of 15 principles. It has been in continuous print by the Quakers to this day. It was mentioned in the witings of; Voltaire, John Wesley, William Penn, Fox, Benjamin Franklin, Dally and many family papers. The statement used by Barclay to Charles II was repeated to George III in the closing argument of Common Sense by Thomas Paine.


Charles II accepted the Quaker Apology and the persecution of the Society of Friends by the crown ceased in Scotland. Robert Barclay, his father David and a brother-in-law, along with about eight other Scotsmen of means, became proprietors of a grant from Charles II for the land in America called East Jersey. Robert and David promoted East Jersey in the Aberdeenshire area to nearby lowland Scots. Four shiploads of friends and neighbors went from the geographic area north of Edinburgh of Alberdeenshire to East Jersey to colonize and put in plantations. Many of them were Quakers. Later, Robert was appointed as the Governor of East Jersey for his lifetime. This governorship was performed by proxy, as Robert resided in Scotland. Robert's brother John did live in east Jersey and so did Robert's overseer, John Hampton. The Barclays of Ury had other business endeavors including a shipping business in Dublin. David Barclay, Robert's father, died in 1688. Robert Barclay, the second Laird of Ury, Quaker Apologist and Governor of East Jersey, died young at the age 42 of unknown causes to us now at this time.


The Scot colonies in East Jersey reverted to the crown of England shortly thereafter as the history of America evolved. Some of the descendants of Robert Barclay of Ury began the Barclay Bank in London which was a family operated business for 300 years. The Barclays of Ury maintained Ury for three more generations before their descendants went to London from where they came nine hundred years before.


The descendants of John Barclay and his sons were established in America to this day. The Barclay of Ury family are thought to be the ancestor family of Robert Barkley b. EST 1717 to 1723 married to Leah (likely Madison) of Rowan County North Carolina before 1756 through Margaret Kerr Barclay Brown and Mr. Unknown Barclay of New Jersey. This is a theory. Margaret Kerr, the daughter of Walter Kerr. lived in the East Jersey area and was the correct age. She had five or six children with Mr. Barclay with the usual Barclay names, which were repeated in Robert married to Leah's children. One source said that the Barclay descendants left Quakers by the generation of the grandchildren and were therefore no longer traceable through the records of the Quakers.


Information may be found about the life of Robert Barclay of Ury by searching; Barclay, Ury, Stonehaven, Aberdeen, Scotland, Quaker, East Jersey, Jersey Settlement, New Jersey, Jersey Settlement and church Rowan County North Carolina, Davidson county North Carolina, Clan Barclay, Barclay History and the Barclay Bastion and Tyler County Genealogical Society (Texas). The recommended search engine at the time of this writing is Google.com.
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~barclay/BarclayRobertUry 2.html


"3) Robert the Quaker ‘Apologist" as he was known, born to above in 1648. married Christian Mollison 1670, had 3 sons, Robert 1672, David 1682, John 1687, and 5 girls.
A book was written by Eldon Trueblood on this Robert the Apologist, with comments about the others, while attending Cambridge in England, which will not be attempted for summary herein. This Robert became Laird of Ury. Thus the beginning of No. (4)."








                                                             _ BARCLAY ___________
                                                            |                     
                                  _DAVID BARCLAY of Mathers_|
                                 |                          |
                                 |                          |_____________________
                                 |                                                
 _DAVID BARCLAY 1st Laird of Ury_|
| (1610 - 1686) m 1647           |
|                                |                           _____________________
|                                |                          |                     
|                                |__________________________|
|                                                           |
|                                                           |_____________________
|                                                                                 
|
|--ROBERT BARCLAY "the Apologist"
|  (1648 - 1690)
|                                                            _____________________
|                                                           |                     
|                                 __________________________|
|                                |                          |
|                                |                          |_____________________
|                                |                                                
|_KATHERINE GORDON ______________|
  (1620 - 1663) m 1647           |
                                 |                           _____________________
                                 |                          |                     
                                 |__________________________|
                                                            |
                                                            |_____________________
                                                                                  

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Ann DUDLEY

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I12498

  • RESIDENCE: Duplin Co., NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S393] [S1233]
Father: Christopher DUDLEY Jr.
Mother: Elizabeth BISHOP


Family 1 : Thomas RUTLEDGE
  1.  Thomas RUTLEDGE Jr.
  2.  Sarah RUTLEDGE

Notes


COURT RECORDS:R975.627, N 563, New Hanover Co. Court Minutes 1730-1769, pg 68, June Term 1766, Wilmington, Tues 3 June 1766, Proved; deed from William McRee & Easter Hamilton, Exrs of John Hamilton deeds to Job Rogers, by Thomas Rogers & gift deeds from Ann Routledge to Elianor Routledge by Bishop Dudley.


WILL:Pre Rev. War Families, SC, Fisher, 292, USN Car D2 1--Ann Dudley, dau of
Christopher Dudley, Jr., married Thomas Rutledge of Duplin Co. In her fathers will of Mar 13, 1764 she was named as Ann Rutledge.


                                                _William DUDLEY I_________+
                                               | (1621 - 1675) m 1646     
                          _Christopher DUDLEY _|
                         | (1650 - 1745) m 1709|
                         |                     |_Elizabeth CARY __________+
                         |                       (1620 - 1677) m 1646     
 _Christopher DUDLEY Jr._|
| (1680 - 1764) m 1704   |
|                        |                      __________________________
|                        |                     |                          
|                        |_Ann CHURCH _________|
|                          (1680 - 1745) m 1709|
|                                              |__________________________
|                                                                         
|
|--Ann DUDLEY 
|  (1730 - ....)
|                                               _(RESEARCH QUERY) BISHOP _
|                                              |                          
|                         _George BISHOP Sr.___|
|                        | (1690 - 1744)       |
|                        |                     |__________________________
|                        |                                                
|_Elizabeth BISHOP ______|
  (1710 - 1760) m 1704   |
                         |                      __________________________
                         |                     |                          
                         |_Elizabeth___________|
                           (1690 - 1748)       |
                                               |__________________________
                                                                          

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John Mark FERREL


!LIVING

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Lucious FORTENBERRY

ABT 1880 - ____

ID Number: I35273

  • RESIDENCE: Pike Co. MS
  • BIRTH: ABT 1880
  • RESOURCES: See: [S717]
Father: Richard A. FORTENBERRY
Mother: Jophine E. ELLZEY



                                                             _________________________
                                                            |                         
                           _________________________________|
                          |                                 |
                          |                                 |_________________________
                          |                                                           
 _Richard A. FORTENBERRY _|
| (1860 - ....)           |
|                         |                                  _________________________
|                         |                                 |                         
|                         |_________________________________|
|                                                           |
|                                                           |_________________________
|                                                                                     
|
|--Lucious FORTENBERRY 
|  (1880 - ....)
|                                                            _John Shaffer ELLZEY Sr._+
|                                                           | (1796 - 1880) m 1823    
|                          _Benjamin Franklin ELLZEY C.S.A._|
|                         | (1826 - 1904)                   |
|                         |                                 |_Elizabeth CONEY ________+
|                         |                                   (1808 - 1858) m 1823    
|_Jophine E. ELLZEY ______|
  (1860 - ....)           |
                          |                                  _Benjamin HOLMES ________+
                          |                                 | (1801 - 1865) m 1825    
                          |_Emily HOLMES ___________________|
                            (1836 - 1906)                   |
                                                            |_Nancy SUMRALL __________+
                                                              (1805 - ....) m 1825    

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Col. John LAMAR II

ABT 1740 - 18 Jun 1799

ID Number: I79336

  • TITLE: Col.
  • RESIDENCE: Montgomery Co. MD and Columbia Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740, Montgomery Co. Maryland
  • DEATH: 18 Jun 1799, courthouse, Columbia Co. Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S605]
Father: John LAMAR I
Mother: Rachal LAMAR


Family 1 : Mary Elizabeth BUGG

Notes


"Will of John Lamar, Columbia County, Georgia (Dated May 3, 1799, and recorded Oct 12, 1799, at Appling, Ga.)/


In the name of God, amen, I, John Lamar, of the State of Georgia and County of Columbia, being weak of body but sound of mind and memory, do make, constitute and proclaim this to be my last will and testament in manner and form following: viz - I wish my soul to return to God who gave it and my body to be buried in a decent Christian manner, relying upon the resurrection through Christ, my Saviour.


Item. It is my will and desire that all my just debts be paid.


Item. I give and bequeath unto my affectionate wife, Lucy Lamar, the four slaves following, to-wit: Charles, Hannah, Vicey and Jenny, together with all their natural increase, for and during her natural life. Also three feather beds, two mahogany tables, one walnut desk, and all my kitchen furniture.


Item. All the remaining part of my estate I give and bequeath unto my dear children: Lucy, Jackey, Martha, William and Harmong Lamar, share and share alike, to be kept together and improved as much as possible for them by my executors and executrix, until they or either of them come of age or marry, when they or either of them shall be entitled to his or her or their share by an order of court, which it is my will should be obtained to free my executor and executrix from the painful task of division. And I do hereby constitute my dear and affectionate wife, Lucy Lamar, Executrix, and my worthy and affectionate brother (and friends) - Zachariah Lamar, Sr., William Appling, and Anderson Crawford, Esquires - Executors of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills and testaments by me made. In testamony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this the third day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine.


John Lamar (L.Sig.)
Signed, sealed and proclaimed
in the presence of us
A. Hampton
Z’ah. Sinquefield
Wm.son Wynn [sic]"


"Died at the Columbia Courthouse on 18 June 1799, in his 59th year, Col. John LAMAR. "In the contest for American Independence, he took an active part, and evinced himself to be a soldier and a patriot", etc.


Source: Marriages and Obituaries from Early Georgia Newspapers, Judge Folks Huxford, 1989, page 283. This from the Augusta Chronicle.



DEEDS:


27 May 1788. State of Georgia. Hancock Co, GA Deed Book C, page 123. Matthew Dickendson of District of Orangeburg, SC, to John LAMAR of Richmond Co, GA, for sum of fifty pounds money for a tract of land containing 287 and 1/2 acres in Washington County, GA. Adj. the Little Ogechiee and by vacant land and was granted to said Matthew Dickendson on 23 Feb 1785. Wit: Thos. LAMAR and H. Alison, J.P. Reg: 17 Aug 1798.


4 June 1791. Recorded 18 Feb 1797. John LAMAR and Lucy, his wife, to Zachariah LAMAR, Sr., for ś300, 250 a. on Red's Creek, granted said LAMAR, June 3, 1785. Lucy Relinquishes dower. Columbia County, GA Deed Book D, Page 4.


06 Feb 1798. State of Georgia. Hancock Co, GA Deed Book C, page 126-7. John LAMAR of Columbia Co, GA to Sherwood Beckham of Washington Co, GA for sum of three hundred dollars for a tract of Land in Hancock County (formerly Washington) GA and containing 287 and 1/2 acres, granted to Matthew Dickendson on 23 Feb 1785. Wit: Wm. Appling and Saml. Beckson. Reg: 17 Aug 1798."


"In 1766 his petition was before the Governments of Georgia setting forth that he had been in the province about a year and praying for a grant of 100 acres in St. Paul's Parish about two miles below Augusta, and adjoining the land of his father (Colonial Records of Georgia, Vol. IX, Page 533). Married three times.


State of Georgia, 6th February 1798, John LAMAR of Columbia County, GA to Sherwood Beckham of Washington County, GA for sum of three hundred dollars for a tract of Land in Hancock County (formerly Washington) GA and containing 287 1/2 acres, granted to Matthew Dickendson on 23rd February 1785. Wit: Wm. APPLING and Saml. Beckson.
Reg: 17 August 1798 C126-7 (Hancock Co, GA Deed book C, page 126-7)


Served as a Captain in the Third Regiment of Georgia Militia, during the Revolution-the same regiment in which his brother Zachariah was a Lt. Colonel.".




[S605] [S605]


                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _John LAMAR I________|
| (1713 - 1785)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--John LAMAR II
|  (1740 - 1799)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Rachal LAMAR _______|
  (1720 - 1786)       |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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BENARDO de NAVARRE of Aragon

ABT 1020 - ____

ID Number: I83252

  • RESIDENCE: Spain
  • BIRTH: ABT 1020
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2434]
Father: GARCES III SANCHO "The Great El Mayor" de ARAGON of Pamplona & Navarre
Mother: MUNIA MAYOR SANCHEZ de CASTILE of Castile


Notes


Child 4: de Navarre, Bernardo

                                                                                                                          _ABARCA Garces Sancho II of Pamplona_+
                                                                                                                         | (0935 - 0994) m 0962                
                                                                          _GARCIA II SANCHEZ "The Tremulous" of Pamplona_|
                                                                         | (0964 - 1004)                                 |
                                                                         |                                               |_URACCA de CASTILE __________________+
                                                                         |                                                 (0932 - 1007) m 0962                
 _GARCES III SANCHO "The Great El Mayor" de ARAGON of Pamplona & Navarre_|
| (0991 - 1035) m 1010                                                   |
|                                                                        |                                                _____________________________________
|                                                                        |                                               |                                     
|                                                                        |_JIMENA FERNANDEZ _____________________________|
|                                                                          (0975 - 1035)                                 |
|                                                                                                                        |_____________________________________
|                                                                                                                                                              
|
|--BENARDO de NAVARRE of Aragon
|  (1020 - ....)
|                                                                                                                         _GARCIA I, Cde de CASTILE ___________
|                                                                                                                        |                                     
|                                                                         _SANCHO de Castile, Cde de CASTILE ____________|
|                                                                        | (0965 - 1017) m 0994                          |
|                                                                        |                                               |_AVA de RIBORGAZA of Castile_________
|                                                                        |                                                                                     
|_MUNIA MAYOR SANCHEZ de CASTILE of Castile______________________________|
  (0995 - 1066) m 1010                                                   |
                                                                         |                                                _SALVADOR PEREZ, Cde de CASTILE _____+
                                                                         |                                               | (0964 - ....)                       
                                                                         |_URRACA Salvadorez de CASTILE of Castile_______|
                                                                           (0980 - 1025) m 0994                          |
                                                                                                                         |_____________________________________
                                                                                                                                                               

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William PAGE

____ - ____

ID Number: I104892

  • RESIDENCE: Gloucester Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1424]
Father: John PAGE of North End
Mother: Jane BYRD of Westover


Notes


William, third son of John, of North End, married Miss Jones, and had three children,--Jane, Byrd, and Carter.

                                                                         _Mathew PAGE of Rosewell__________________+
                                                                        | (1659 - 1703)                            
                          _Mann I PAGE of "Rosewell"____________________|
                         | (1691 - 1730) m 1718                         |
                         |                                              |_Mary MANN of "Timberneck"________________+
                         |                                                (1672 - 1707)                            
 _John PAGE of North End_|
| (1720 - 1774) m 1740   |
|                        |                                               _Robert "King" CARTER Colony of Virginia__+
|                        |                                              | (1663 - 1732) m 1687                     
|                        |_Judith CARTER _______________________________|
|                          (1693 - 1750) m 1718                         |
|                                                                       |_Judith ARMISTEAD ________________________+
|                                                                         (1665 - 1699) m 1687                     
|
|--William PAGE 
|  
|                                                                        _William of Westover BYRD "the Immigrant"_+
|                                                                       | (1649 - 1701) m 1673                     
|                         _William "The Black Swan" BYRD II of Westover_|
|                        | (1674 - 1744) m 1724                         |
|                        |                                              |_MARY HORSMANDAN _________________________+
|                        |                                                (1652 - 1699) m 1673                     
|_Jane BYRD of Westover__|
  (1727 - 1794) m 1740   |
                         |                                               _Thomas TAYLOR ___________________________
                         |                                              | (1650 - ....)                            
                         |_Maria TAYLOR ________________________________|
                           (1698 - 1771) m 1724                         |
                                                                        |__________________________________________
                                                                                                                   

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Gerard PEYTON

ABT 1661 - ____

ID Number: I60477

  • RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1661
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2252]
Father: Valentine PEYTON
Mother: Frances GERARD



                                                             _________________________________
                                                            |                                 
                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) PEYTON ____________|
                      |                                     |
                      |                                     |_________________________________
                      |                                                                       
 _Valentine PEYTON ___|
| (1630 - ....) m 1660|
|                     |                                      _________________________________
|                     |                                     |                                 
|                     |_____________________________________|
|                                                           |
|                                                           |_________________________________
|                                                                                             
|
|--Gerard PEYTON 
|  (1661 - ....)
|                                                            _JOHN GERARD Gent._______________
|                                                           | (1587 - ....) m 1607            
|                      _THOMAS GERARD Gent. "the Immigrant"_|
|                     | (1608 - 1673) m 1629                |
|                     |                                     |_ISABEL of Wenwick_______________
|                     |                                       (1589 - ....) m 1607            
|_Frances GERARD _____|
  (1638 - 1678) m 1660|
                      |                                      _Justinian SNOWE "the Immigrant"_
                      |                                     | (1570 - ....)                   
                      |_Susannah SNOWE _____________________|
                        (1610 - 1665) m 1629                |
                                                            |_________________________________
                                                                                              

Sources

[S2252]


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Elizabeth Pendleton TAYLOR

1 Mar 1814 - ____

ID Number: I88619

  • RESIDENCE: Westport, Oldham Co.and Columbus, KY
  • BIRTH: 1 Mar 1814
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2881]
Father: Richard "Black Dick" TAYLOR Jr.
Mother: Mary "Polly" TAYLOR


Notes


2 Elizabeth Pendleton Taylor b: 1 MAR 1814

                                                         _George TAYLOR ______+
                                                        | (1711 - 1792) m 1738
                                   _Richard TAYLOR _____|
                                  | (1747 - 1825) m 1771|
                                  |                     |_Rachel GIBSON ______+
                                  |                       (1717 - 1761) m 1738
 _Richard "Black Dick" TAYLOR Jr._|
| (1777 - 1835)                   |
|                                 |                      _James DAVIS ________+
|                                 |                     | (1731 - 1808) m 1749
|                                 |_Catherine DAVIS ____|
|                                   (1750 - 1809) m 1771|
|                                                       |_Frances BERRY ______+
|                                                         (1721 - 1798) m 1749
|
|--Elizabeth Pendleton TAYLOR 
|  (1814 - ....)
|                                                        _George TAYLOR ______+
|                                                       | (1711 - 1792) m 1738
|                                  _Edmund TAYLOR ______|
|                                 | (1744 - 1786) m 1769|
|                                 |                     |_Rachel GIBSON ______+
|                                 |                       (1717 - 1761) m 1738
|_Mary "Polly" TAYLOR ____________|
  (1781 - 1856)                   |
                                  |                      _____________________
                                  |                     |                     
                                  |_Sarah STUBBS _______|
                                    (1746 - ....) m 1769|
                                                        |_____________________
                                                                              

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