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King GUIDO of Italy

ABT 0850 - 0895

ID Number: I56904

  • TITLE: King
  • RESIDENCE: Italy
  • BIRTH: ABT 0850
  • DEATH: 0895
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1945]
Father: GUIDO I Marquis of Spoleto
Mother: ITTA


Family 1 : ANGILTRUDE
  1.  LAMBERT of Italy

Notes


"Stuart's "Royalty For Commoners (265:40). Maurice Chaume, in Table 4 of v.4 of "Les origines du duche de Bourgogne" (Dijon, 1925-31), refers to him as "Gui IV, 877, d. 894, marquis of Camerino, duke of Spoleto, king, emperor", but places another generation between him and (as other sources have it) his father, GUIDO I, MARQUIS OF SPOLETO. This intervening generation is "Gui II ("senior"), 871, marquis of Camerino, md. 1. NN, 2. Yuta, dau. of Evrard of Frioul" (RIN 1441).


With the death of CARLOMAN, the last legitimate male descendant of CHARLEMAGNE in 879, the rivalry for the kingship of Italy became intense. BERENGER I, supported by the German faction, at first had the upper hand. After 887 the French faction chose Guido as their candidate. In 883, as Duke of Spoleto, he had revolted against Charles the fat. Guido was a man of high ambition. He had hopes of claiming the kingship of France and Lorraine in 887. Returning to Italy with a Franco-Burgundian following, he was elected King of Italy in 889 over the then reigning BERENGER. He was able to keep BERENGER restrained within the confines of his base of support in the northeast of Italy. In 891, Guido took the title of Emporer. He was the first non-Carolingian to do so. His intentions were to be an active ruler, but they were pretty much thwarted by by the soon-to-be emporer ARNULF, the illigitimate son of CARLOMAN, who was called into Italy from Germany by BERENGER to help him regain the throne. Guido died in 895, leaving his son, Lambert, who had been co-reigning with him since 891, to complete the struggle against BERENGER. Lambert died shortly thereafter in 898, leaving the door open for BERENGER to regain the throne."


[S1945]


                                                          _GUIDO On The Breton March_________________________________+
                                                         | (0759 - 0814)                                             
                              _LAMBERT of Nantes_________|
                             | (0780 - 0836)             |
                             |                           |___________________________________________________________
                             |                                                                                       
 _GUIDO I Marquis of Spoleto_|
| (0810 - 0860)              |
|                            |                            _LOTHAIRE I de AQUITAINE CAROLING of The Holy Roman Empire_+
|                            |                           | (0795 - 0855) m 0821                                      
|                            |_ROTRUDE CAROLING of Italy_|
|                              (0833 - ....)             |
|                                                        |_ERMENGARDE de TOURS of Italy______________________________+
|                                                          (0800 - 0851) m 0821                                      
|
|--GUIDO of Italy
|  (0850 - 0895)
|                                                         ___________________________________________________________
|                                                        |                                                           
|                             ___________________________|
|                            |                           |
|                            |                           |___________________________________________________________
|                            |                                                                                       
|_ITTA_______________________|
  (0820 - ....)              |
                             |                            ___________________________________________________________
                             |                           |                                                           
                             |___________________________|
                                                         |
                                                         |___________________________________________________________
                                                                                                                     

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[S1945]

[S1945]


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JOHN de ARDERNE

ABT 1300 - 1349

ID Number: I97970

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1300, Of Aldford And Alvanley, Cheshire, England
  • DEATH: 1349
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS AF PBHG-4K
Father: JOHN de ARDERNE Knt.
Mother: MARGRED ferch Gruffudd GRIFFITH


Family 1 : ELLEN ALICE VENABLES

                                                                       __________________________________________
                                                                      |                                          
                                    _PETER de ARDERNE ________________|
                                   |                                  |
                                   |                                  |__________________________________________
                                   |                                                                             
 _JOHN de ARDERNE Knt._____________|
| (1260 - 1308) m 1305             |
|                                  |                                   __________________________________________
|                                  |                                  |                                          
|                                  |__________________________________|
|                                                                     |
|                                                                     |__________________________________________
|                                                                                                                
|
|--JOHN de ARDERNE 
|  (1300 - 1349)
|                                                                      _MADOG ap Maredudd of Powys_______________+
|                                                                     | (1091 - 1160)                            
|                                   _GRUFFUDD ap Madog of Powys Fadog_|
|                                  | (1150 - ....)                    |
|                                  |                                  |_SUSANNA ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan GWYNEDD _+
|                                  |                                    (1095 - ....)                            
|_MARGRED ferch Gruffudd GRIFFITH _|
  (1260 - ....) m 1305             |
                                   |                                   _HENRY de AUDLEY _________________________+
                                   |                                  | (1175 - 1236) m 1217                     
                                   |_EMMA de AUDLEY __________________|
                                     (1226 - ....)                    |
                                                                      |_BEATREA (Bertrade) de MAINWARING ________+
                                                                        (1190 - 1249) m 1217                     

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Jacques BRYANT (BRIAND\BRIANT)

ABT 1676 - 1755

ID Number: I484

Father: Stephan BRIAND Jr.
Mother: Sarah SNELL


Family 1 :
  1. +Jacques (James) BRYANT (BRIAND\BRIANT) Sr.
  2. +Thomas BRYANT (BRIAND\BRIANT)
  3. +John BRYANT (BRIAND\BRIANT)
  4.  Charles BRYANT
  5.  Isaac BRYANT
  6.  John BRYANT

Notes


CONFLICT: Jacques Briand and his brother Charles came with other Huguenots to America and settled in Manikintown, now-Powhatan Co., VA.


It is exhibited that there were numerous instances of individual settlement of French Huguenots in Virginia prior and subsequent to the influx of 1700. The names of Barraud, Bertrand,s Boisseaut, Bowdoin,u Cazenove, Contesse, Cottrell,v Forloines, Flournoy, Fuqua, Ghiselin, Jacquelin, Jouet,x Lacy, Mauzy, Michie, Micou, Moncure, Seayy Trezevant and others, have been most estimably represented.
Settled in VA; 1st James City County, then Goochland now Powhatan County. No authentic record available records burned. Also a John BRIANT Survey Report No. 8709, VA Colonial Records Project Depository: Public Record Office, Class ADM 36/2343 Title: Admiralty Muster Books Dates: 1708
References: List of Muster Books Examined: 7/10/73 Exposures: 83
To be copies ff.142r-1614. 163v. 164r-184v, 186v Oxford At Virginia June 1708 onwards, John Bennett Captain
142r-161r, Muster for May-June 1708
163v Men who joined or left:- John Smith, James Holmes, Valentine Fling, Richard Briden,Samuel Makepiece, John Bastins, Richard Bagge, Cornelius Falconer,Peter Roberts, John BRIANT, Grigory Davis, John Mackmuting, John Floyd,Robert Denevan, Richard Bowton, Thomas Jenkins, Dames Autrum, Benjamin Silvester, Samuel More, Richard Owen, Joseph Armstrong, Nicholas Small, John Banester, Robert Hindes, Anthony Goff, Francis Cane, Ralph Young, Thomas Millward, Peter Hainess, William Blavk, Henry Lawson,
List of marine officers and soldiers:-Nicholas Fisedn, John Slaughter
164r-18v Muster for July-August 1708 in Virginia
186v Men who left of joined:- Jacob Faire, Dnis Viney, John Rice, David HODGES, William Mattingly, John Clerkson, John Hughes, Henry Andy, Humphrey Lang,Henry Tavall, Edmund Roark, Nathanial Moulton, James Soulding, John Cristen, Joseph Woodrife, Thomas Smith, John Dobson, Robert Annan,Christoper Carvell.
List of men of the Burlington victualled on the Oxford, August 3 - August 18, 1708.


The town of La Rochelle, France, had a city wall around it. King Huguenot, who lived in the 14th century, had the city gate covered by an arch commemorating his life and deeds. The Presbyterians held their revival meetings under his gate, and the Catholics would not bother them, since they thought that old King Huguenot's spirit walked on this gate at night. For this reason, all Protestants were called by Catholics, Huguenots."


The political and economic conditions under which the Huguenots settled in Virginia were described as follows:4 Huguenots entered Virginia well before the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in (1685). These earliest Huguenot settlers were few in number and were only a stream compared to the torrent of refugees after 1685. Actually there ? difficult, and influenced no doubt by the favorable reports sent back to France by their countrymen in the New World ... By May of 1681, four years before the Revocation - there was a Huguenot Relief Committee in London. One of its records of that year contains 'an account of the Monies received toward the Relief of Poore Protestants Lately come over from the kingdom of France' and two years later the Committee records themselves as paying seventy pounds sterling 'for five french Protestants to come to Virginia.' As a result of the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685, immediately Half a million people, this being quite a significant proportion of the population, became refugees. Most fled to the countries where their predecessors had fled for instance, to Holland, the German States, and England. Although many remained in these havens, especially those who had skills in craft and manufacture, there were too many to be absorbed. Virginia was a natural for them because of previous immigration, and being underpopulated and in need of settlement. In addition, it was known to be generous both in naturalization of foreigners, and in absolute religious toleration for most Protestant sects. Quakers were, however, not encouraged to settle there .
4 Bielenstein, Gabrielle Maupin,"How Huguenots Fared in Virginia," Huguenot Refugees in the Settling of Colonial America. New York, The Huguenot Society of America, 1985, pp. 89-98.


Old Churches, Ministers, and Families of Virginia. Article LXIII. I will now speak more particularly of those Huguenots who settled in Virginia. As early as the year 1660 some few came over, fleeing from the earlier persecutions. They were sufficient in number to induce an Act of the Assembly granting them the privilege of citizens. Toward the close of the century we read of some settling themselves on the Rappahannock. In the year 1690, so many had settled on the south side of James River, in Henrico county, (which was then on both sides of the river), that the Assembly passed an act giving them a large tract of land along the river as their possession, exempting them from all county and State taxes for seven years, and then extending the privilege indefinitely. They were required to support their own minister in their own way. Accordingly, in dividing the grant into farms, all running down to the river in narrow slips, a portion of the most valuable was set apart for the minister, and continued for a long time to be in possession and use of the minister, while one was resident in the parish, and after that to be rented out, and the proceeds paid for such occasional services as were rendered by neighbouring ministers. At length, as it could not be seized and alienated by the act for selling the glebes, it got into private hands, and has been thus held for many years. As service is now regularly held in the old church in Manakintown settlement, it is believed that the glebe originally consecrated to the support of a minister will be restored to its first design and long use. The service of the Episcopal Church was used, and sermons preached for some time in both French and English, as some of both nations attended the church at Manakin.*In the year 1714 a list of the little Colony was sent to England of men, women, and children, amounting to nearly three hundred. The list is before me. The minister was the Rev. Jean Caison.


"Alias: /James/ Listed as Head right on a patent of John Pleasants in 1715 which means he arrived year earlier.
1783 James Bryant Will Book No.1,1777-1795 (Reel 15 ) p.88-89. Will pro. 16 Oct. 1783 p. 90. Inv. rec. 18 Dec. 1783 Virgina wills and Administrations."



[S1464] [S884] [S1424] [S2130]

[6869]
born:La Chateau Brienne, France


                                             _Thomas BRIAND ______+
                                            | (1610 - ....)       
                       _Stephan BRIAND Sr.__|
                      | (1630 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Stephan BRIAND Jr.__|
| (1650 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Jacques BRYANT (BRIAND\BRIANT) 
|  (1676 - 1755)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Sarah SNELL ________|
  (1650 - ....)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

Sources

[S1573]

[S2130]

[S11]

[S884]

[S1405]

[S1573]

[S1464]

[S884]

[S1424]

[S2130]


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Hon. Thomas Jefferson CATCHINGS M.D.

17 Sep 1806 - 13 May 1883

ID Number: I16162

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • RESIDENCE: GA and Copiah and Warren Cos. MS
  • OCCUPATION: 1836 elected to US Congress, he apposed secession 1850 Election 1847 ,1849 MS. State Legislature defeated 1851 election
  • BIRTH: 17 Sep 1806, Georgia
  • DEATH: 13 May 1883, Vicksburg, Warren Co. Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: [S472] [S2172]
Father: Joseph CATCHINGS
Mother: Mary HOLLIDAY


Family 1 : Sophia HIGGINBOTHAM
Family 2 : Nancy McNEES CLENDINEN
  1. +Thomas Clendinen CATCHINGS

Notes


Membership Rolls of the MS State Medical Association 1891 (ID., pp. 120 and 123).
Catchings, J. M. - Georgetown, Copiah Co. MS (page N-11)
Catchings, P. M. - Georgetown, Copiah Co. MS (page N-8)


Quin, D. H. McComb City, Pike Co. MS (page R-14)
Quin, O. B. McComb City, Pike Co. MS (page R-14) [S478]


                                                 _William Seymour? CATCHINGS _+
                                                | (1720 - ....)               
                       _Benjamim CATCHINGS M.D._|
                      | (1748 - 1798) m 1768    |
                      |                         |_____________________________
                      |                                                       
 _Joseph CATCHINGS ___|
| (1782 - 1852) m 1801|
|                     |                          _Humphrey CRIDDLE ___________
|                     |                         | (1720 - 1780) m 1749        
|                     |_Mildred CRIDDLE ________|
|                       (1749 - 1839) m 1768    |
|                                               |_Mildred KING _______________
|                                                 (1720 - ....) m 1749        
|
|--Thomas Jefferson CATCHINGS M.D.
|  (1806 - 1883)
|                                                _____________________________
|                                               |                             
|                      _________________________|
|                     |                         |
|                     |                         |_____________________________
|                     |                                                       
|_Mary HOLLIDAY ______|
  (1787 - 1827) m 1801|
                      |                          _____________________________
                      |                         |                             
                      |_________________________|
                                                |
                                                |_____________________________
                                                                              

Sources

[S472]

[S2172]

[S478]


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BERTHA de ESTE of Este

____ - AFT 4 Nov 1037

ID Number: I64141

  • RESIDENCE: Italy
  • DEATH: AFT 4 Nov 1037
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2437]
Father: HUMBERT I or OBERTO II de ESTE of Este
Mother: RAILINDA of Como


Family 1 : ODALRICO MANFREDO II de SUSA of Susa and Turin
  1. +IRMGARD von TURIN of Turin

Notes


"Sources: Kraentzler 1173, 1183, 1224, 1239, 1243; RC 7, 47, 93, 315; AF.
RC says the mother of Bertha formerly was thought to be Auxilia von Lenzburg, daughter of Arnold I of Lenzburg. AF had her parents as King Albert of Italy and Gerbege of Macon.
AF calls her Bertha of Ivrea. K: Berthe of Este.

[S2437]


                                                                                   _ADALBERT III de TUSCANY Margrave of Tuscany_+
                                                                                  | (0900 - 0950)                               
                                          _ALBERTO AZZO de TUSCANY Count of Lucca_|
                                         | (.... - 0975)                          |
                                         |                                        |_____________________________________________
                                         |                                                                                      
 _HUMBERT I or OBERTO II de ESTE of Este_|
| (.... - 1014)                          |
|                                        |                                         _BONIFACIO I Duke of Spoleto_________________
|                                        |                                        | (.... - 0928)                               
|                                        |_GUILLA of Spoleto______________________|
|                                                                                 |
|                                                                                 |_____________________________________________
|                                                                                                                               
|
|--BERTHA de ESTE of Este
|  (.... - 1037)
|                                                                                  _____________________________________________
|                                                                                 |                                             
|                                         _WIPRAND Count of Como__________________|
|                                        | (.... - 0999)                          |
|                                        |                                        |_____________________________________________
|                                        |                                                                                      
|_RAILINDA of Como_______________________|
                                         |
                                         |                                         _____________________________________________
                                         |                                        |                                             
                                         |________________________________________|
                                                                                  |
                                                                                  |_____________________________________________
                                                                                                                                

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[S2437]

[S2437]


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Clyde EVERMAN


This person is presumed living.

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Mary PAGE

25 Jun 1648 - 1667

ID Number: I49991

  • RESIDENCE: ENG & Jamestowne, VA
  • BIRTH: 25 Jun 1648, England [240580]
  • DEATH: 1667, Jamestowne,Jame City Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S1792] [S2545] [S1580]
Father: John PAGE "the Immigrant"
Mother: Alice LUCKIN


Family 1 : Walter CHILES III "the Immigrant"
  1. +Elizabeth CHILES

Notes


"Although most researchers have concluded that the daughter of John Page was Mary Page, and that she married Walter Chiles, the son; this is no supported in the evidence at hand. It is believed that those researchers may have misinterpreted the identification by John Page of John Chiles and Elizabeth (Chiles) Tyler, as grandson and granddaughter, and taken these relationship literally when in fact they were relationships that, today would be designated as step-grandchildren. Alice Luckin may have, then, married John Page as her second husband."



[S1580]

[240580]
LDS b. York Co. VA


                                                   __________________________
                                                  |                          
                             _Francis PAGE _______|
                            | (1593 - 1678)       |
                            |                     |__________________________
                            |                                                
 _John PAGE "the Immigrant"_|
| (1628 - 1691) m 1656      |
|                           |                      _GEORGE THOMAS WYATT Knt._+
|                           |                     | (1550 - 1624) m 1582     
|                           |_ISABEL WYATT _______|
|                                                 |
|                                                 |_JANE FINCH ______________+
|                                                   (1556 - 1639) m 1582     
|
|--Mary PAGE 
|  (1648 - 1667)
|                                                  __________________________
|                                                 |                          
|                            _EDWARD LUCKIN ______|
|                           | (1600 - ....)       |
|                           |                     |__________________________
|                           |                                                
|_Alice LUCKIN _____________|
  (1625 - 1698) m 1656      |
                            |                      __________________________
                            |                     |                          
                            |_____________________|
                                                  |
                                                  |__________________________
                                                                             

Sources

[S1792]

[S2545]

[S1580]

[S1580]


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Charles STEWART

ABT 1758 - 14 Aug 1836

ID Number: I69508

  • RESIDENCE: of Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1758
  • DEATH: 14 Aug 1836
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1236]
Father: John STEWART
Mother: Ann HAW


Notes


+ Sarah LOVING b: abt. 1762 + Sarah STATHAM b: 1758 d: aft. 12 May 1855.



                                                      _____________________
                                                     |                     
                       _John STEWART "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1695 - 1784)                |
                      |                              |_____________________
                      |                                                    
 _John STEWART _______|
| (1734 - 1784) m 1755|
|                     |                               _____________________
|                     |                              |                     
|                     |______________________________|
|                                                    |
|                                                    |_____________________
|                                                                          
|
|--Charles STEWART 
|  (1758 - 1836)
|                                                     _____________________
|                                                    |                     
|                      _John HAW "the Immigrant"_____|
|                     | (1718 - 1779)                |
|                     |                              |_____________________
|                     |                                                    
|_Ann HAW ____________|
  (1738 - 1830) m 1755|
                      |                               _John RICHARDSON ____
                      |                              | (1690 - 1753)       
                      |_Sarah RICHARDSON ____________|
                        (1720 - ....)                |
                                                     |_____________________
                                                                           

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[S1236]


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Nancy Ann STURMAN

1753 - 19 Sep 1831

ID Number: I41366

  • OCCUPATION: "women's doctor"
  • RESIDENCE: VA & Carrollton, Carroll Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1753, Virginia
  • DEATH: 19 Sep 1831, Carroll Co. Kentucky
  • BURIAL: near Carrollton, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1508] [S1796] [S2321]

Family 1 : Benjamin CRAIG
  1.  Elizabeth "Betsy" CRAIG

Notes


(STUMAN?). Nancy "Ann" Sturman Bd dates from O'Neal Family Bible. "She was the "woman doctor" of Ghent, according to an old memoir, written by Nannie Dufour, recalling Ghent of 1826. It stated that Nancy lived in a small brick house "near Dudley Griffith's garden." Dudley Griffith house is where the old Ghent Christian Church was located, now a white brick house on Main Street (U.S. 42), between Main Cross and Ferry Street."


[S2321]

Sources

[S1796]

[S1508]

[S1796]

[S2321]

[S2321]


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Charles Lewis VENABLE

12 Apr 1730 - 31 Oct 1815

ID Number: I87799

  • RESIDENCE: of Louisa Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 12 Apr 1730, of Louisa Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 31 Oct 1815, Louisa Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2535]
Father: Abraham VENABLE II
Mother: Martha Hannah DAVIS


Family 1 : Elizabeth Anne SMITH

Notes


Charles Venable b: 1730 d: NOV 1815 + Elizabeth Smith.


Children:
1. DescendantsDorothea Venable d. 1826 KY m. John Collier Goode (Husband) b. 20 Nov 1765 in Prince Edward, VA Marriage: 5 JUL 1790 in Prince Edward, VA
2. DescendantsMary Venable b. 13 Mar 1753 in VA m. Robert Martin (Husband) b. About. 1750 in King and Queen, VAMarriage: 20 MAR 1769 in Prince Edward, VA
3. DescendantsElizabeth Venable b. 24 Mar 1755 in Prince Edward, VA m. Massaniello Womack (Husband) b. 24 May 1751 in Cumberland, VA Marriage: 10 Feb 1775 in Prince Edward, VA
4. DescendantsSarah Venable b. 23 Jan 1758 in Prince Edward, VA m. Peyton Glenn (Husband) b. About. 1755 in Prospect, Prince Edward, VA
5. DescendantsRobert Venable b. 17 Feb 1760 in Prince Edward, VA m. Sarah Madison (Wife) b. 1769 in Charlotte, VA Marriage: 14 DEC 1786 in Charlotte, VA
6. DescendantsMartha Venable b. 15 Jul 1762 in Prince Edward, VA m. James W. Brown (Husband) b. About. 1760 in Prince Edward, VA Marriage: 13 DEC 1787
7. DescendantsAnn Venable b. 3 May 1764 in Prince Edward, VAd. 1836 KY m.
Daniel Glenn (Husband) b. 1760 in Prince Edward, VAMarriage: 20 DEC 1784 in Prince Edward, VA
8. DescendantsAgnes Venable b. 26 Jan 1771 in Prince Edward, VA m. Nathaniel Holloway (Husband) b. About. 1767 Marriage: 18 FEB 1794 in Prince Edward Co., VA and William Goode (Husband) b. About. 1767 in Prince Edward, VA Marriage: 24 DEC 1796 in Prince Edward Co., VA
9. DescendantsCharles Venable b. 26 Mar 1773 in Prince Edward, VA
10. DescendantsNancy Venable b. 2 Dec 1775 in Prince Edward, VA m. James Daniel (Husband) and William A. Lilly (Husband) b. Apr 1767 in Kingston, Gloucester, VA Marriage: MAY 1797.


                                                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) VENABLE _________
                                                           |                                   
                        _Abraham I VENABLE "the Immigrant"_|
                       | (1673 - ....) m 1700              |
                       |                                   |___________________________________
                       |                                                                       
 _Abraham VENABLE II___|
| (1700 - 1768) m 1723 |
|                      |                                    _John LEWIS III____________________+
|                      |                                   | (1635 - 1690) m 1660              
|                      |_Mildred Elizabeth LEWIS __________|
|                        (1676 - ....) m 1700              |
|                                                          |_Isabella MILLER __________________+
|                                                            (1640 - 1703) m 1660              
|
|--Charles Lewis VENABLE 
|  (1730 - 1815)
|                                                           _Nathaniel DAVIS I "the Immigrant"_
|                                                          | (1645 - 1710) m 1675              
|                       _Nathaniel Robert DAVIS I__________|
|                      | (1676 - 1771)                     |
|                      |                                   |_Mary Elizabeth HUGHES ____________+
|                      |                                     (1650 - ....) m 1675              
|_Martha Hannah DAVIS _|
  (1702 - 1765) m 1723 |
                       |                                    _Hugh Ap LEWIS ____________________
                       |                                   | (1660 - ....)                     
                       |_Abadiah LEWIS ____________________|
                         (1680 - ....)                     |
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