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Col. Bowles ARMISTEAD

ABT 1750 - by 1794

ID Number: I62027

Father: William ARMISTEAD of "Hesse"
Mother: Mary BOWLES


Family 1 : Mary Ann FONTAINE
  1. +Elizabeth ARMISTEAD

Notes


Virginia Census, 1800-90: ARMISTEAD, BOWLES State: VA Year: 1779 County: Spotsylvania County Record Type: Rent Role Township: No Township Listed Page: NPN Database: VA Early Census Index.


Valentine Papers (Virginia), Vol. 1-4, 1864-1908: John Lewis of Spotsylvania Co. deed to Wm. Fontaine of Hanover Co. and John Spotswood of Orange Co. Executors of Bowles Armistead , Decd, to indemnify them, 2 negroes &c. Nov. 21, 1794 . D. B. O. 1794-97 .


Src: ALEXANDER-144 Reference Number: Old K. Wm.-75


Children:
2 William B Armistead died unmarried
2 Peter Fontaine Armistead + Martha Fontaine Winston
2 Mary Bowles Armistead + Charles Alexander + Dr.Wilson Cary Selden
2 Elizabeth Armistead + Ludwell Lee



[S2334]


                                                              _John A. ARMISTEAD Esq. of "Hesse"_+
                                                             | (1641 - 1693) m 1665              
                                _Henry ARMISTEAD of "Hessie"_|
                               | (1672 - 1740) m 1701        |
                               |                             |_Judith____________________________
                               |                               (1640 - 1700) m 1665              
 _William ARMISTEAD of "Hesse"_|
| (1715 - 1775) m 1740         |
|                              |                              _Lewis BURWELL of King's Creek_____+
|                              |                             | (1649 - 1710)                     
|                              |_Martha BURWELL _____________|
|                                (1685 - ....) m 1701        |
|                                                            |_Abigail SMITH ____________________+
|                                                              (1656 - 1692)                     
|
|--Bowles ARMISTEAD 
|  (1750 - ....)
|                                                             ___________________________________
|                                                            |                                   
|                               _James BOWLES Esq.___________|
|                              | (1680 - 1727)               |
|                              |                             |___________________________________
|                              |                                                                 
|_Mary BOWLES _________________|
  (1725 - ....) m 1740         |
                               |                              _Thomas ADDISON ___________________+
                               |                             | (1679 - 1727) m 1701              
                               |_Rebecca Tasker ADDISON _____|
                                 (1703 - 1742)               |
                                                             |_Elizabeth TASKER _________________+
                                                               (1686 - 1706) m 1701              

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Phoebe DIXON

15 Dec 1743 - ABT 1795

ID Number: I95856

  • RESIDENCE: DE and Chatham Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 15 Dec 1743, Christiana 100, New Castle Co. Delaware
  • DEATH: ABT 1795, Chatham Co. North Carolina [478822]
  • BURIAL: Napton Cem., Chatham Co., NC
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3516]
Father: George DIXON
Mother: Ann CHANDLER


Family 1 : Thomas RUBOTTOM "the Immigrant"

[478822]
Alt: bet 1795 and 1815


                                                            _Henry DIXON "the Immigrant"___
                                                           | (1633 - 1688) m 1655          
                       _William DIXON "the Immigrant"______|
                      | (1662 - 1708) m 1690               |
                      |                                    |_Rose__________________________
                      |                                      (1633 - 1671) m 1655          
 _George DIXON _______|
| (1706 - 1761) m 1725|
|                     |                                     _William GREGG "the Immigrant"_+
|                     |                                    | (1642 - 1687) m 1663          
|                     |_Anne GREGG ________________________|
|                       (1670 - 1729) m 1690               |
|                                                          |_Ann WILKERSON ________________
|                                                            (1644 - 1691) m 1663          
|
|--Phoebe DIXON 
|  (1743 - 1795)
|                                                           _George CHANDLER ______________
|                                                          | (1633 - 1687)                 
|                      _Swithin CHANDLER I "the Immigrant"_|
|                     | (1674 - 1742)                      |
|                     |                                    |_______________________________
|                     |                                                                    
|_Ann CHANDLER _______|
  (1709 - 1761) m 1725|
                      |                                     _______________________________
                      |                                    |                               
                      |____________________________________|
                                                           |
                                                           |_______________________________
                                                                                           

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Col. John L. HAYNES

3 Jul 1821 - ABT 2 Apr 1888

ID Number: I45507

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: Mexican War; Union CW; TX Legislature, resigned 1861
  • RESIDENCE: Liberty, Bedford Co. VA & by 1845 Jackson, Holmes Co. MS & Austin, TX
  • BIRTH: 3 Jul 1821, Liberty, Bedford County, Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 2 Apr 1888, Loredo, TX [219208]
  • BURIAL: 7 Mar 1889, Haynes Plot, Oakwood Cemetery, Austin, TX
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1639] [S1646]
Father: John HAYNES
Mother: Elizabeth SCOTT


Family 1 : Angelica Irene WELLS
  1.  Perdida HAYNES
  2.  James John HAYNES
  3. +Henry Malcolm HAYNES
  4.  Leonard HAYNES
  5.  Robert Anderson HAYNES
  6.  Mary Van Buren HAYNES

Notes


"John edited the Lexington Advertiser Newspaper one of the leading newspapers in Mississippi. John L. went on to a distinguished political and military career in Texas, where he is buried in a family plot in Oakwood Cemetery, Austin, TX. There are four separate versions of what the "L" in his middle name stands for. Unlike his siblings, he is listed without a middle name in the Street bible.


He was Lieutenant of Volunteers from Mississippi in the Mexican War, commanded by Jefferson Davis, serving in the army of General Zachary Taylor. This unit was involved in a successful all-out Bowie knife charge against the Mexican troops.


After peace was made with Mexico John settled in Comargo, a town south of the newly established border, in Mexico, where he built a successful mercantile business. In 1849 he moved his business across the border to Rio Grande City in Texas.


Mr. Haynes, in spite of his birth place, was moved by sincere convictions to join the anti-secession group. In the eyes of many he became "a black Republican" early in his career. The legislator loved Texas, however, and he began to write numerous articles for the newspapers to express his views on political issues and his strong faith in the great future of Texas. His clear editorials in The Southern Intelligencer drew attention to him and he was engaged by The New York Tribune as a correspondent.


Matters came to a head on February 23, 1861, when the citizens of Texas failed to return enough ballots in time to stop Texas from seceding from the Union. Mr. Haynes, in defense of his stand on secession, had written many newspaper articles setting forth the advantages that annexation had brought to Texas, and also calculating the cost of secession and the relative size of the potential armies. Using figures from the recently released 1860 census, he showed the South would be out-manned by 3 to 1 in any armed conflict.


John's position as a legislator was now untenable, and he resigned in the spring of 1861. His friend Edmund J. Davis was forced to resign his judgeship, and John and Edmund Davis fled the state. They traveled to New Orleans, then on to Washington, where they met with President Abraham Lincoln, who agreed to provide arms if they could raise troops. On October 26, 1862, Davis received a colonel's commission and authority to recruit the cavalry which became the First Texas Cavalry (U.S.) John Haynes was commissioned as a Colonel and served under Davis until Davis was captured by Confederate troops in March 1863 in Matamoros. Col. Haynes was then decommissioned with an honorable discharge.


In August of 1863, John wrote General A.P. Banks stating he could raise a regiment, and requesting he be re-commissioned as Colonel, a request which was ultimately successful. He then led the combined First and Second Texas Cavalry units in campaigns in the Texas-Louisiana region until mustered out on November 4, 1865. While they never met in battle, John and his brother James fought on opposite sides, for James served the Confederate State of Mississippi as a member of the Fourth Regiment of the Mississippi Volunteers Infantry, rising from private to Captain in the Quartermaster's Department, serving later in F Company, 1st Mississippi Cavalry.


After the war's end, through friendship with Governor A. J. Hamilton, Military governor of Texas, Haynes received a coveted four-year appointment as Collector of Internal Revenue of the Third District. In 1867, two years after Col. Haynes returned from the War, their daughter Mary was born and was baptized at the reunited church on the hill, renamed St. David's. The church stands today, on a busy Austin street corner, complete with a stained glass window in honor of her parents donated by Mary, who became a world renowned stage actress taking the name Mary Van Buren, after her grandmother.


An unsuccessful run for a congressional seat from the Fourth District in 1870 left him unemployed, except for an interest in The Austin Daily Republican. In the following year, under the Reconstruction Governor E. J. Davis, his former commander from the First Texas Cavalry, Col. Haynes received an appointment which was to so greatly benefit the Lower Rio Grande Valley land owners of porciones grants.


The Texas Legislature authorized, on April 24, 1871, a commission to locate, translate, and transcribe the Acts of the General Visit in the old Spanish towns of Laredo,Puerrero, Mier, Camargo and Reynosa, twenty-three years after the 1848 Treaty which placed such lands within the United States. Col. Haynes, who was very familiar with the five border counties of Webb. Zapata, Starr, Hidalgo and Cameron, having spent more than ten years in that area, was given the task. He is acknowledged as the one person who made it possible to preserve the records of lands now located on the Texas side of the Rio Grande, (originally granted by the King of Spain).


With great care, he pieced together fragments of the one hundred-year old Spanish manuscripts which had been filed in municipal records in each of the five Valley towns, four of which were still in Mexico. Only Laredo was on the Texas side. Copying these records in long-hand word for word in the original Spanish, he later translated them into English, had them bound and deposited within a year to the General Land Office of Texas, where they are today, untranscribed to type written copies.


In 1872, he was given a four-year Federal appointment by President Grant, as Collector of Internal Revenue of the Third District.


He retired from public life in 1884, and moved to the city of Laredo, Webb County, Texas, on the Mexican border where he lived with his son James. He wrote his final will on July 5, 1887, two days after his 66th birthday. Nine months later, he died and was buried in Laredo on April 2, 1888. The following year, his remains were exhumed by "friends" in the city of Austin. Following a large funeral ceremony in St. David's, he was buried in Oakwood Cemetery on March 7, 1889, in a Haynes plot. Within the plot lie the graves of his widow Angelica, her sisters, and their daughter Mary Van Buren.


Date and location from the family Bible of James Haynes. Also in notarized copy of the Marriage license p6, Book 9, from Starr Co.; in his pension file at Nat'l Archives in DC."













[S1639]

[219208]
exhumed & reburied in Austin, TX


                                               _William HAYNES _____________+
                                              | (1710 - ....) m 1734        
                       _Henry HAYNES Sr.______|
                      | (1745 - 1816) m 1768  |
                      |                       |_Elizabeth MILLINER? ________
                      |                         (1720 - 1780) m 1734        
 _John HAYNES ________|
| (1780 - 1830) m 1804|
|                     |                        _John HAMPTON _______________+
|                     |                       | (1727 - 1794) m 1747        
|                     |_Bersheba HAMPTON _____|
|                       (1747 - 1784) m 1768  |
|                                             |_Mary TURNER ________________+
|                                               (1734 - 1761) m 1747        
|
|--John L. HAYNES 
|  (1821 - 1888)
|                                              _Walter SCOTT II_____________+
|                                             | (1710 - 1783)               
|                      _William SCOTT Jr._____|
|                     | (1743 - 1801) m 1784  |
|                     |                       |_Agnes MARTIN (MARTAIN) _____+
|                     |                         (1705 - ....)               
|_Elizabeth SCOTT ____|
  (1786 - 1864) m 1804|
                      |                        _ WADE ______________________
                      |                       | (1740 - ....)               
                      |_Elizabeth Abbot WADE _|
                        (1765 - ....) m 1784  |
                                              |_Daughter of Stephen PANKEY _+
                                                (1740 - ....)               

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[S1646]

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Elizabeth PRICE

13 May 1758 - ____

ID Number: I40140

  • RESIDENCE: Louisa Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 13 May 1758, Pittsylvania Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LD (AFN: JFT0-BQ) [S579]
Father: William PRICE
Mother: Susannah BURTON


Family 1 : Joseph PERKINS
  1. +Stephen PERKINS

                                             _John PRICE ________________
                                            |                            
                       _John PRICE _________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_Jane PUGH _________________
                      |                                                  
 _William PRICE ______|
| (1730 - 1815) m 1752|
|                     |                      _Thomas WILLIAMSON _________
|                     |                     |                            
|                     |_Hannah WILLIAMSON __|
|                                           |
|                                           |_Susannah CARTER ___________
|                                                                        
|
|--Elizabeth PRICE 
|  (1758 - ....)
|                                            _Robert BURTON of Longfield_+
|                                           | (1655 - 1723) m 1686       
|                      _Hutchins BURTON ____|
|                     | (1694 - 1763) m 1719|
|                     |                     |_Mary NOELL ________________+
|                     |                       (1665 - 1748) m 1686       
|_Susannah BURTON ____|
  (1738 - 1815) m 1752|
                      |                      _Richard ALLEN _____________
                      |                     | (1679 - 1725)              
                      |_Susanna ALLEN ______|
                        (1700 - ....) m 1719|
                                            |_Elizabeth WALKER __________
                                              (1670 - ....)              

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William III RANDOLPH of Wilton

22 Nov 1710 - 1761

ID Number: I47877

Father: William II RANDOLPH "the Councillor"
Mother: Elizabeth Peyton BEVERLEY


Family 1 : Anne Carlin HARRISON
  1. +Peyton RANDOLPH
  2.  Ann RANDOLPH of Wilton
Family 2 : Mary PAGE

Notes


"William Randolph deed from Arthur Giles for £272: 136 acres in Henrico Co. within Randolph's Ferry Road known as Partridges Old Plantation, Beginning on James River crossing Cary's Ferry Road. Dec. 6, 1749 . Ibid. p. 137."


Marriage 1 Mary Page
Marriage 2 Anne Harrison b: ABT. 1744 in of Berkley, Charles City, Virginia
(from Another Secret Diary of William Byrd of Westover 1739-1741
Author: edited by Maude H. Woodfin; Publication: 1942, The Dietz Press, Inc., Richmond, Virginia)


Children:
2 Sarah RANDOLPH b: 1736
2 William RANDOLPH b: 1736
2 Peter RANDOLPH b: ABT 1738 + Mary SPOTSWOOD b: ABT 1739
2 Peyton RANDOLPH b: 1738 d: 15 MAY 1784 + Lucy HARRISON b: 1755 d: 1809
2 Anne RANDOLPH b: 1740 + Benjamin HARRISON b: 13 FEB 1742 d: 7 AUG 1807
2 Harrison RANDOLPH b: ABT 1741 + Mary JONES
2 Benjamin RANDOLPH b: ABT 1743
2 Lucy RANDOLPH b: 1744 + Lewis BURWELL b: 1740
2 Elizabeth RANDOLPH b: 1746 + Philip Ludwell GRYMES b: 5 APR 1746 d: 18 MAY 1805

[S2106] [S3166]

[229736]
or b. 22 NOV 1723


                                                                             _RICHARD RANDOLPH __________________________+
                                                                            | (1621 - 1678) m 1650                       
                                        _William I RANDOLPH "the immigrant"_|
                                       | (1651 - 1711) m 1678               |
                                       |                                    |_Elizabeth RYLAND __________________________
                                       |                                      (1625 - ....) m 1650                       
 _William II RANDOLPH "the Councillor"_|
| (1681 - 1742) m 1709                 |
|                                      |                                     _HENRY ISHAM "the Immigrant"________________+
|                                      |                                    | (1628 - 1678)                              
|                                      |_Mary ISHAM ________________________|
|                                        (1660 - 1735) m 1678               |
|                                                                           |_Katherine BANKS ___________________________+
|                                                                             (1620 - ....)                              
|
|--William III RANDOLPH of Wilton
|  (1710 - 1761)
|                                                                            _Robert BEVERLEY Sr. "the Immigrant"________+
|                                                                           | (1641 - 1686)                              
|                                       _Peter BEVERLEY ____________________|
|                                      | (1667 - 1728) m 1687               |
|                                      |                                    |_Mary Byrd or Mary CARTER? WHITBY? KEEBLE? _
|                                      |                                      (1636 - 1678)                              
|_Elizabeth Peyton BEVERLEY ___________|
  (1691 - 1723) m 1709                 |
                                       |                                     _ROBERT PEYTON of Isleham___________________+
                                       |                                    | (1640 - 1686) m 1656                       
                                       |_Elizabeth "Eliza" PEYTON __________|
                                         (1670 - ....) m 1687               |
                                                                            |_Mary KEEBLE? ______________________________
                                                                              (1637 - 1678) m 1656                       

Sources

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[S539]

[S720]

[S1956]

[S3166]

[S2106]

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Robert Fountain ROGILLIO

14 Feb 1869 - 4 Jul 1941

ID Number: I99177

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 14 Feb 1869
  • DEATH: 4 Jul 1941
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1096]
Father: Robert Julian ROGILLIO
Mother: Mary Elizabeth Jane SMITH


Notes


Robert Fountain ROGILLIO Born: 14 FEB 1869 Died: 4 JUL 1941 m. Ella AUSTIN

                                                                                 _Ysidoro Policarpo ROGILLIO _+
                                                                                | (1766 - 1832) m 1793        
                              _Antonio Santiago ROGILLIO _______________________|
                             | (1795 - 1856)                                    |
                             |                                                  |_Margaret THOMAS ____________+
                             |                                                    (1768 - 1829) m 1793        
 _Robert Julian ROGILLIO ____|
| (1843 - 1936)              |
|                            |                                                   _John MCQUEEN _______________+
|                            |                                                  | (1782 - 1850) m 1812        
|                            |_Margaret Ann MCQUEEN ____________________________|
|                              (1817 - 1854)                                    |
|                                                                               |_Nancy BUMPUS _______________+
|                                                                                 (1785 - 1850) m 1812        
|
|--Robert Fountain ROGILLIO 
|  (1869 - 1941)
|                                                                                _(RESEARCH QUERY) SMITH _____
|                                                                               |                             
|                             _(RESEARCH QUERY) of Louisiana SMITH of Louisiana_|
|                            |                                                  |
|                            |                                                  |_____________________________
|                            |                                                                                
|_Mary Elizabeth Jane SMITH _|
  (1847 - 1927)              |
                             |                                                   _____________________________
                             |                                                  |                             
                             |__________________________________________________|
                                                                                |
                                                                                |_____________________________
                                                                                                              

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Thomas Jefferson WEAVER

1820 - 28 May 1852

ID Number: I14048

  • RESIDENCE: Putnam Co, GA
  • BIRTH: 1820, Putnam Co, GA.
  • DEATH: 28 May 1852, Putnam Co, GA.
  • BURIAL: Hearnville Cem, Putnam Co. Ga.
  • RESOURCES: See: [S345]
Father: David Andrew "Andy" WEAVER Sr.
Mother: Frances HOWARD


Family 1 : Lucinda A. HEARN
  1. +William David WEAVER
  2.  John Thomas WEAVER
  3.  Anna Luizar WEAVER

Notes


"Putnam, GA 1850 290 BIR-MAR-DEATH:Notes on this family were taken from transcriptions prepared by the GA DAR, Vol 34, page 1103-1105 , "The William Hearn Bible," from Hearnville, Putnam Co., GA. Bible is in the possession of Mrs Alice Hamilton Sammons, Godfrey, Morgan Co., GA"



[S345]


                                                                                 _Samuel III WEAVER __+
                                                                                | (1690 - 1769) m 1737
                                  _David WEAVER ________________________________|
                                 | (1745 - 1813) m 1769                         |
                                 |                                              |_Françoise L'ORANGE _+
                                 |                                                (1700 - 1769) m 1737
 _David Andrew "Andy" WEAVER Sr._|
| (1781 - 1847) m 1805           |
|                                |                                               _____________________
|                                |                                              |                     
|                                |_Masinbird SHOEMAKER _________________________|
|                                  (1745 - 1825) m 1769                         |
|                                                                               |_____________________
|                                                                                                     
|
|--Thomas Jefferson WEAVER 
|  (1820 - 1852)
|                                                                                _____________________
|                                                                               |                     
|                                 _(RESEARCH QUERY) HOWARD of VA & SC & GA & KY_|
|                                |                                              |
|                                |                                              |_____________________
|                                |                                                                    
|_Frances HOWARD ________________|
  (1785 - 1850) m 1805           |
                                 |                                               _____________________
                                 |                                              |                     
                                 |______________________________________________|
                                                                                |
                                                                                |_____________________
                                                                                                      

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William WINSTON

24 Mar 1789 - 1859

ID Number: I51793

  • RESIDENCE: Buckingham Co. VA & 1801 Davidson Co. TN & 1811 Madison Co. AL
  • BIRTH: 24 Mar 1789
  • DEATH: 1859
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1846]
Father: Anthony II WINSTON
Mother: Keziah JONES


Family 1 :
  1.  John Anthony WINSTON of Alabama

                                                _Isaac WINSTON Sr.___+
                                               | (1681 - 1760) m 1706
                       _Anthony I WINSTON _____|
                      | (1723 - 1783) m 1747   |
                      |                        |_Mary DABNEY ________+
                      |                          (1679 - 1760) m 1706
 _Anthony II WINSTON _|
| (1750 - 1828) m 1776|
|                     |                         _James TAYLOR III____+
|                     |                        | (1703 - 1784) m 1727
|                     |_Alice Thornton TAYLOR _|
|                       (1730 - 1765) m 1747   |
|                                              |_Alice THORNTON _____+
|                                                (1708 - 1739) m 1727
|
|--William WINSTON 
|  (1789 - 1859)
|                                               _Thomas JONES _______
|                                              | (1690 - 1767)       
|                      _John JONES ____________|
|                     | (1715 - 1798)          |
|                     |                        |_____________________
|                     |                                              
|_Keziah JONES _______|
  (1752 - 1826) m 1776|
                      |                         _Joel WALKER ________
                      |                        | (1700 - ....)       
                      |_Elizabeth WALKER ______|
                        (1725 - 1798)          |
                                               |_Sarah MOSELEY ______+
                                                 (1705 - ....)       

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