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LLYWARCH Goch Lord of Rhos

ABT 1130 - ____

ID Number: I62917

  • RESIDENCE: Wales
  • BIRTH: ABT 1130
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2379]
Father: LLYWARCH of Cwmmwd


Family 1 : TANGWYST of Cwmmwd
  1. +TANGWYSTYL ferch Llywarch Goch of Wales

                                             __
                                            |  
                       _BRAN Lord of Cwmmwd_|
                      | (1070 - ....)       |
                      |                     |__
                      |                        
 _LLYWARCH of Cwmmwd__|
| (1100 - ....)       |
|                     |                      __
|                     |                     |  
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |__
|                                              
|
|--LLYWARCH Goch Lord of Rhos
|  (1130 - ....)
|                                            __
|                                           |  
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |__
|                     |                        
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      __
                      |                     |  
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |__
                                               

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James Glenn COBB


This person is presumed living.

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CONDOA d' EU

____ - ____

ID Number: I89013

Father: ROBERT de EU of Eu
Mother: BEATRICE of Falaise


Notes


(2) Condoa m. Fulk 'Taillefer', Count of Archaic (d 1087)

[S3276]


                                                                        _RICHARD I "The Fearless" de NORMANDY 3rd Duke of Normandy_+
                                                                       | (0933 - 0996) m 0952                                      
                       _WILLIAM I de EU of Hiemes and Eu_______________|
                      | (0978 - 1057)                                  |
                      |                                                |_GUNNORA de CR╩PON of Denmark______________________________+
                      |                                                  (0936 - 1031) m 0952                                      
 _ROBERT de EU of Eu__|
| (1000 - 1090)       |
|                     |                                                 _TURKETIL Turqueville d' HARCOURT _________________________+
|                     |                                                | (0970 - 1027)                                             
|                     |_LEFIELTNA (Lesceline) d' HARCOURT of Tourville_|
|                       (.... - 1057)                                  |
|                                                                      |_ADELINE de MONTFORT ______________________________________+
|                                                                        (0953 - 1030)                                             
|
|--CONDOA d' EU 
|  
|                                                                       ___________________________________________________________
|                                                                      |                                                           
|                      _FULBERT de FALAISE of Falaise__________________|
|                     | (0978 - ....)                                  |
|                     |                                                |___________________________________________________________
|                     |                                                                                                            
|_BEATRICE of Falaise_|
  (1015 - 1085)       |
                      |                                                 ___________________________________________________________
                      |                                                |                                                           
                      |_DODA of Falaise________________________________|
                        (0990 - ....)                                  |
                                                                       |___________________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                   

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Martha Ann "Marty" FROST

14 Sep 1833 - 9 Jun 1916

ID Number: I1389

Martha Frost
  • RESIDENCE: Shelby Co.AL and Ittawamba Co. MS and Dallas Co. TX
  • BIRTH: 14 Sep 1833, Shelby Co. Alabama
  • DEATH: 9 Jun 1916, Dallas Co. Texas
  • RESOURCES: See: [S57]
Father: Benjamin Franklin FROST
Mother: Elizabeth LAWLER


Family 1 : William SACHSE "the Immigrant"
  1. +Daniel Boone SACHSE
  2.  John William "Toby" SACHSE
  3.  Arizona Emily SACHSE
  4.  Benjamin Wilson SACHSE
  5.  Missouri Ann SACHSE
  6.  DeWitt Clinton SACHSE
  7.  Jacob K. "Jake" SACHSE
  8.  Jasper Newton SACHSE
  9.  Alabama Elizabeth "Allie" SACHSE
  10.  Francis Marion "Frank" SACHSE

Notes


Martha was the eighth child born to Benjamin Frost and Elizabeth Lawler. She was born in Shelby County Alabama on September 14, 1833. She was probably too young to remember when the family moved to Mississippi and probably remembered very little of her mother who died when she was eight years old. She had a step-mother by the time she was 10 and came to Texas with her family when she was thirteen. She married William Sachse in 1854. William had three children by his first marriage, one of whom died soon after they were married.

                                                     _Thomas FROST Sr.____+
                                                    | (1735 - 1807) m 1760
                            _Thomas FROST Jr._______|
                           | (1773 - 1806)          |
                           |                        |_Sarah Nancy HARMON _
                           |                          (1740 - 1776) m 1760
 _Benjamin Franklin FROST _|
| (1800 - 1883) m 1818     |
|                          |                         _James WILSON _______
|                          |                        | (1735 - ....)       
|                          |_Hannah WILSON _________|
|                            (1779 - 1839)          |
|                                                   |_Lucretia GRIFFITH __+
|                                                     (1742 - ....)       
|
|--Martha Ann "Marty" FROST 
|  (1833 - 1916)
|                                                    _____________________
|                                                   |                     
|                           _Jehu LAWLER ___________|
|                          | (1765 - ....) m 1784   |
|                          |                        |_____________________
|                          |                                              
|_Elizabeth LAWLER ________|
  (1785 - 1840) m 1818     |
                           |                         _James WILSON _______
                           |                        | (1735 - ....)       
                           |_Mary Elizabeth WILSON _|
                             (1761 - 1850) m 1784   |
                                                    |_Lucretia GRIFFITH __+
                                                      (1742 - ....)       

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William W. GRAVES

BEF 1805 - ____

ID Number: I22175

  • RESIDENCE: Charles City, Co. VA
  • BIRTH: BEF 1805
  • RESOURCES: See: [S736]
Father: William GRAVES
Mother: Tabitha



                                                 _Ralph GRAVES III____+
                                                | (1679 - 1748)       
                       _Richard Croshaw GRAVES _|
                      | (1715 - 1792) m 1771    |
                      |                         |_Elizabeth___________
                      |                           (1680 - ....)       
 _William GRAVES _____|
| (1770 - 1805)       |
|                     |                          _Joseph VALENTINE ___+
|                     |                         | (1720 - 1771)       
|                     |_Elizabeth VALENTINE ____|
|                       (1740 - ....) m 1771    |
|                                               |_____________________
|                                                                     
|
|--William W. GRAVES 
|  (1805 - ....)
|                                                _____________________
|                                               |                     
|                      _________________________|
|                     |                         |
|                     |                         |_____________________
|                     |                                               
|_Tabitha_____________|
  (1770 - ....)       |
                      |                          _____________________
                      |                         |                     
                      |_________________________|
                                                |
                                                |_____________________
                                                                      

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Hon. Gov of Maryland Thomas GREENE Esq. "the Immigrant"

ABT 1610 - BEF 20 Jan 1652

ID Number: I70154

  • TITLE: Hon. Gov of Maryland
  • OCCUPATION: 4th Colonial Governor 1647-1649
  • RESIDENCE: England and 1634 St. Mary's Co. MD
  • RELIGION: Catholic
  • BIRTH: ABT 1610, Bobbing, Kent County, England
  • DEATH: BEF 20 Jan 1652, Green's Rest Plantation, Saint Mary's Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2430] [S2682] [S3152]
Father: THOMAS GREENE
Mother: MARGARET WEBB


Family 1 : Anne Sarah (Cox Widow) GERRARD of Maryland
  1. +Leonard GREENE
Family 2 : Millicent BROWN
  1. +Robert GREENE Gov. of Maryland
Family 3 : Winifred SEYBORNE
  1.  Francis GREENE

Notes


Thomas Greene and Sarah Cox, arrived on the ARK in 1634.
The Flowering of the Maryland Palatinate, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1985"


Thomas Green, came to MD with the Ark and Dove Expedition in 1634. He married 1st. Ann Cox, 2nd. Millicent Brown and 3rd. Winifred Seybourn widow of Nicholas Harvey. Winifred married Robert Clarke. 25 WFT


"Narrative of a Voyage to Maryland, 1633-34 by Father Andrew White, S.J. who came with the Ark and the Dove
On the Twenty Second of the month of November, in the year 1633, being St. Cecilia's Day, we set sail from Cowes, in the Isle of Wight, with a gentle east wind blowing. And after committing the ship to the protection of God especially, and of His most Holy Mother, and St. Ignatius, and all the guardians of Maryland, we sailed past a number of rocks which from their shape, are called the Needles We left behind us the western promontory of England and the Scilly Isles sailing easily on over the British channel. Yet we did not hasten, fearing, if we left the pinnace (The Dove) too far behind us, that it would become the prey of Turks and Pirates, who generally infest that sea.


The winds increasing, and the sea growing more boisterous, we could see the pinnace in the distance, showing two lights of her masthead. Then indeed we thought it was all over with her, and that she had been swallowed up in the deep whirlpools; for in a moment she had passed out of sight, and no news of her reached us for six months afterwards after returning to England and made a fresh start from thence, overtook us months later at the Antilles.


So fierce a tempest broke forth, that it seemed every minute as if we must be swallowed up by the waves. The clouds were fearful to behold, and excited the belief that all the malicious spirits of the storm, and all the evil genii of Maryland had come forth to battle against us and such a furious hurricane followed that the mainsail, the only one we were carrying, torn in the middle from top to bottom. All control of the rudder being lost, the ship now drifted about like a dish in the water, at the mercy of the waves the storm was abating. We had delightful weather for three months. Which blew steadily towards the South and the southwest the Fortunate Isles.


En route to the Caribbean Sea Christmas was celebrated and in order that that day might be better kept, wine was given out; and those who drank of it too freely, were seized the next day with a fever; and of these, not long afterwards, about twelve died. We reached Barbados on the third of January. They had no beef or mutton at any price. On the twenty fourth of January, we weighed anchor and continued past St. Lucia, Guadalupe, Montserrat, and Nevis and spent ten days at St. Christopher's.


At length, sailing from this place, we went north, rounded Cape Hatteras, and entered Chesapeake Bay between Cape Charles and Cape Henry and reached Point Comfort, in Virginia, on the 27th of February, full of apprehension, lest the English inhabitants, who were much displeased at our settling, should be plotting something against us. Nevertheless the letters we carried from the King, and from the high treasurer of England, served to allay their anger.


After being kindly treated for eight or nine days, we set sail on the third of March, and entering the Chesapeake Bay, we turned our course to the north to reach the Potomack River. Having now arrived at the wished for country. Never have I beheld a larger or more beautiful river. The Thames seems a mere rivulet in comparison with it. The first island we came to St. Clement's Island. On the day of the Annunciation of the Most Holy Virgin Mary in the year 1634, we celebrated the mass for the first time, on the island. We took upon our shoulders a great cross, which we had hewn out of a tree. Erected a trophy to Christ the Saviour. Since, however, the island contains only four hundred acres, we saw that it would not afford room enough for the new settlement, about nine leagues from St. Clement, sailed into the mouth of a river, on the north side of the Potomac capable of containing three hundred ships of the largest size. We landed and going in about a mile from the shore, we laid out the plan of a city, naming it after St. Mary. And in order to avoid every appearance of injustice, and afford opportunity for hostility, we bought from the King (indians) thirty miles of land.


Extracted from The Maryland Historical Society's Fund Publication No. 1, Baltimore, Maryland, 1874


"In 1633 Thomas became an investor in a London holding company which promised a profit from the trade of the newly formed colony of Maryland. Thomas was one of the gentlemen adventurers and a passenger on the Ark and Dove which sailed from Cowels, Isle of Wright on November 22, 1633 and arrived at Maryland March 25, 1634.
Thomas married Ann Gerrand Cox, a passenger on the Ark and the Dove, in 1634, on the banks of the St george River in the newly formed settlement of St Mary's. Their marriage was considered to have been the first Christiam marriage performed in Maryland. They built their home, known as "St Anne's" on Green's Freehold. Their home was located in the Townland plantation about a half mile east of St Mary's City. It was bordered by St Mary's River and St Andrew's Creek and St Thomas' Lot, or the sister's Freehold, the home of Margaret and Mary Brent. Thomas was residing here when he received a patient for Green's Freehold on October 15, 1639. The house was a two story building, with frame sides and brick gable ends and was reported to still be in existence in 1820. Thomas sold the plantation to George Brinks in 1644.
Thomas was summoned by Govenor Calvert and in 1639 formed a council which later would become the Council of State, of which Thomas was a member.
By 1640 Thomas had received a grant for 1500 acres which comprised part of Kent Island and the whole of Popley's (Popular) Island. Thomas named this after his ancestral home of Bobbing Manor, Kent, England and gave him the title of Lord of Bobbling Manor. He sold Bobbling Manor on February 8, 1650 to Thomas Hawkins of London.
In 1644 the colony was in turmoil. Richard Ingle was accused of treason against the king and escaped. He returned the following year and invaded and captured St Mary's City. At this time many of the colonist took refuge in Virginia, while Ingle and his adherents plundered and destroyed the homes and possessions on the colonists. Govenor Calvert raised a force of Virginians and Maryland and reclaimed the town. Calvert offered a pardon to those who took the Oath of Fidelity.
Governor Calvert died on June 9, 1647, but before his death he had selected Thomas Green, a council member, as his successor. Thomas was the second Provincial Governor of Maryland. During Green's term he prevented ant attempt to disturb the peace of the colony. He issued warrants prohibiting entry into the colony by the Protestants adherents and monitored the Indian troubles. In 1647 he expanded the militia due to the trouble with the Nanticoe and Wicomico Indians.
On January 17, 1648, Margaret Brent, perhaps the earliest advocate of woman's suffrage, demanded to have a vote in the house. This request was denied by the Court and Governor Green denied her the right to vote.
Governor Green's administration lasted only 14 months and on August 6, 1648, Lord Baltimore replaced Green with the Virginian and Protestant William Stone. In England the struggle between the King and the Protestant dominated Parliament ended when King Charles I was executed in 1649.. Parliament issued a decree making it treason to acknowledge Charles the Prince of Wales, as King of England. At this time Green was acting as deputy governor during Governor Stone's visit to Virginia, and proclaimed Prince Charles as King of England as did Governor Barkley of Virginia.
An Act Concerning Religion was passed by the General Assembly on April 21, 1649, granting religious liberty to all Christians proclaiming religious toleration and a Freedom of Consciences. Among the fourteen signers of this act was Thomas Green.
Thomas remained a member of the council through 1649 and 1650 until he was discharged from all his offices on August 6, 1650, for usurping authority.
Thomas and his family probably resided on "Green's Rest" before 1644 when "Green's Freehold" was sold. In 1650 Thomas applied for 300 acres between Craney Creek and Plumb Point. He also applied for 2500 acres at Chinomuxon Creek and 100 acres on the north side of St Hieroms Creek. On April 17, 1651 he received a survey for 500 acres in St George's Hundred. He had purchased 100 acres of Plumb Point from Philip Land and added 400 additional acres and called it "Green's Rest". The home plantation was located about a half mile west of St Mary's City on the St George's River. It extended north to Plumb Pointy and inland for about a mile and a half. The southern boundary was Craney Creek and included an island off Plumb Point now called Tippity Wichity. In the 1800's it was re surveyed and found to contain 900 acres.
Thomas wrote his will November 18, 1650 and was probated January 23, 1652. His friends Henry Adams and James Langworth were the trustees and administrators of his estate. He requested that they provide for his support during his lifetime, and the maintenance of his wife and four sons, and the distribution of his estate among his wife and four sons. Each son was to receive their share of the estate when they arrived at the age of eighteen years. It continues to give the time in years when each son would be of age.
Thomas Green, Esquire, one of the original adventurers and a passenger on the Ark and the Dove in 1634, was one of the most prominent and influential men in public affairs until his death in 1651. He took an active part in the settlement of the Provence and was active in political, social, and religious affairs of the community. He was a member of St Mary's County Assembly, a justice of the Provincial Court, a member of the Upper House, the second Provincial Governor of Maryland, the deputy governor under Governor Stone. During his lifetime he was a successful planter, and held over 14,000 acres of land in St Mary's County. As a member of the Catholic Church, he and his wives were probably interred at St Mary's Catholic Chapel Cemetery.
Information from:
Steve Gilland "Early Families of Frederick County Maryland and Adams County, Pennsylvania"
Reproduced on Boderbund Software's Family Archive CD #184 (Colonial History: Colonial Families of Maryland, 1600's - 1900's: Early Families of Frederick Co, Maryland, Green page 34, 35, 36, & 37


FROM LAND OFFICE
Annapolis, MD
Green, Thomas, Governor, St Mary's Co
18th Nov, 1650
After reserving a livelihood for himself, assigns to his friends Henry Adams and James Langworth entire estate, real and personal, for benefit of wife Winifred and Children, Thomas, Leonard, Robert, and Francis: but desires wife afsd. to have full possession during her life, except that a certain amount of tobacco is to be given to friend Thos Copley. Wife to give to sons afsd. designated shares in succession. In event of death of wife and of children without issue, 3/4 of estate to be given to charity and balance to Henry Adams and James Langworth afsd."
Test: Richd. Willan, Alice Smith Pat. Rec. 1, 188
Information From:
Family Tree Maker , CD 206 Genealogical Records: Maryland Probate Records, Calendar of Wills, Vol 5, 1720 - 1726, Appendix to this Section page 235



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                                             _THOMAS NORTON GREENE _
                                            | (1530 - ....)         
                       _ROBERT GREENE ______|
                      | (1560 - 1650)       |
                      |                     |_ALICE HEVENINGHAM ____
                      |                       (1530 - ....)         
 _THOMAS GREENE ______|
| (1580 - 1624) m 1609|
|                     |                      _______________________
|                     |                     |                       
|                     |_Frances DARREL _____|
|                       (1560 - ....)       |
|                                           |_______________________
|                                                                   
|
|--Thomas GREENE Esq. "the Immigrant"
|  (1610 - 1652)
|                                            _______________________
|                                           |                       
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_______________________
|                     |                                             
|_MARGARET WEBB ______|
  (1590 - ....) m 1609|
                      |                      _______________________
                      |                     |                       
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_______________________
                                                                    

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Catherine HAILE

ABT 1830 - ____

ID Number: I37713

  • RESIDENCE: Lancaster Dist & Camden, Kershaw Dist. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1830
  • RESOURCES: See: [S125]
Father: Benjamin HAILE Jr.
Mother: Amelia EVANS


Family 1 : Christopher MATTISON

                                                        _Thomas HAILE _____________+
                                                       | (1710 - ....) m 1748      
                       _Benjamin HAILE ________________|
                      | (1735 - 1794) m 1764           |
                      |                                |_Elizabeth GATEWOOD _______+
                      |                                  (1717 - 1764) m 1748      
 _Benjamin HAILE Jr.__|
| (1768 - 1849) m 1811|
|                     |                                 _John FERGUSON (FARGUSON) _+
|                     |                                | (1720 - 1768)             
|                     |_Katherine FERGUSON (FARGUSON) _|
|                       (1740 - 1842) m 1764           |
|                                                      |_Sarah_____________________
|                                                        (1720 - ....)             
|
|--Catherine HAILE 
|  (1830 - ....)
|                                                       ___________________________
|                                                      |                           
|                      ________________________________|
|                     |                                |
|                     |                                |___________________________
|                     |                                                            
|_Amelia EVANS _______|
  (1794 - 1880) m 1811|
                      |                                 ___________________________
                      |                                |                           
                      |________________________________|
                                                       |
                                                       |___________________________
                                                                                   

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Catherine B. NOLAND

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I102028

  • RESIDENCE: of Loudoun Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2128]
Father: Loyd NOLAND
Mother: Nancy POWELL


Family 1 : William Bailey COCHRAN

Notes


sister of Major Burr P. Noland, C. S. A., dau. of Lloyd and Nancy (Powell) Noland, and gr.-dau. of Burr and Catherine (Brooke) Powell, of Loudoun Co., Va.

                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Loyd NOLAND ________|
| (1800 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Catherine B. NOLAND 
|  (1820 - ....)
|                                            _Levin POWELL Sr.____+
|                                           | (1738 - 1810) m 1763
|                      _Burr POWELL ________|
|                     | (1768 - 1838) m 1792|
|                     |                     |_Sarah HARRISON _____+
|                     |                       (1740 - 1815) m 1763
|_Nancy POWELL _______|
  (1800 - ....)       |
                      |                      _Humphrey BROOKE ____
                      |                     | (1750 - ....)       
                      |_Catherine BROOKE ___|
                        (1770 - ....) m 1792|
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Robert Horton PEARL

1808 - 19 Oct 1877

ID Number: I104398

  • RESIDENCE: Grayson Co. KY
  • RELIGION: Catholic
  • BIRTH: 1808, Nelson Co. Kentucky
  • DEATH: 19 Oct 1877, Grayson Co. Kentucky
  • BURIAL: St. Paul Cemetary, St. Paul, Ky.
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3776]
Father: George PEARL
Mother: UNNAMED


Notes


ROBERT HORTON3 PEARL (GEORGE2, JOHN WILLIAM1) was born 1808 in Nelson County, Ky., and died October 19, 1877 in Grayson County, Ky. He married Mary Ann Johnson Unknown in Unknown. She was born 1809 in Grayson County, Ky, and died 1857 in Grayson County, Ky.


For a number of years family rumor had it that Robert Horton Pearl was the adopted son of George Pearl, however upon further research we found that Robert Horton Pearl had a younger sister Emmaline, who was born in 1811. Which to us pretty much confirms that Robert Horton's father George had been married to another woman before his marriage to Polly Fowler in 1814.


(The Grayson County Court House was burned to the ground with all records lost in 1864 during one of Confederate General John Hunt Morgans raids into Grayson County, Ky.)


More About Mary Ann Johnson: Burial: St. Paul Cemetary, St. Paul, Ky.


Children of ROBERT PEARL and Mary Johnson are:
i. Mary J.4 Pearl, born 1829 in Grayson County, Ky; died 1880. She married Gordon Hart 1850; born Unknown; died Unknown.
ii. George Allen Pearl, born 1833 in Grayson County, Ky; died 1914 in Grayson County, Ky.
iii. JOHN WILLIAM PEARL, born February 20, 1835 in Big Clifty, Grayson Co., Ky; died August 29, 1929 in Hopkinsville, Christian Co., Ky.
iv. James Anderson Pearl, born 1836 in Grayson County, Ky; died November 25, 1902 in Hardin County, Ky. He married Sarah Pickerel Unknown; born Unknown; died Unknown. Fact 1: August 03, 1864, Enlisted Union Army at Litchfield, Ky
Fact 2: December 29, 1864, Musterd out due to illness, with $47.51 clothing and travel allowance
v. Lina Pearl, born 1838 in Grayson County, Ky; died Unknown. She married Ike Pirtle Unknown; born Unknown; died Unknown.
vi. Sarah A. Pearl, born 1844 in Grayson County, Ky; died Unknown.
vii. Rebecca Pearl, born 1848 in Grayson County, Ky; died Unknown. She married James Beatty Unknown; born Unknown; died Unknown.
viii. Robert H. Pearl, born 1850 in Grayson County, Ky; died September 16, 1954 in Grayson County, Ky.



                                               __
                                              |  
                       _John William PEARL ___|
                      | (1741 - ....) m 1762  |
                      |                       |__
                      |                          
 _George PEARL _______|
| (1789 - 1865)       |
|                     |                        __
|                     |                       |  
|                     |_Chistina BAUMGARDNER _|
|                        m 1762               |
|                                             |__
|                                                
|
|--Robert Horton PEARL 
|  (1808 - 1877)
|                                              __
|                                             |  
|                      _______________________|
|                     |                       |
|                     |                       |__
|                     |                          
|_UNNAMED_____________|
                      |
                      |                        __
                      |                       |  
                      |_______________________|
                                              |
                                              |__
                                                 

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Winchester RIFFE

7 Feb 1824 - AFT 9 May 1888

ID Number: I14938

  • RESIDENCE: Green Co. KY & Lake Co. CA
  • BIRTH: 7 Feb 1824, Green Co. KY or Frankfort, Franklin Co. KY
  • DEATH: AFT 9 May 1888, Lake Co. CA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S420]

Family 1 : Lucy Anne MAXWELL
  1.  Leonard RIFFE
  2.  William Leonard RIFFE
  3. +Abraham Thomas RIFFE
  4. +James Henry RIFFE
  5.  Mary M. RIFFE
  6. +Jesse C. Sloan RIFFE
  7. +John Wesley RIFFE
  8.  Winchester B. "Chet" RIFFE
  9.  Calvin S. Cicero RIFFE
  10.  Lucy T. RIFFE
  11.  Richard "Dick" A. RIFFE
  12.  Jacob C. RIFFE
  13.  Lewis R. Or Robert Lewis RIFFE
  14.  Sarah L. RIFFE

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Matilda Olympia TRABUE

16 Feb 1808 - 1881

ID Number: I31458

  • RESIDENCE: Woodford Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 16 Feb 1808
  • DEATH: 1881
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1210]
Father: Edward TRABUE
Mother: Jane E. CLAY


Family 1 : Amos SUTTON

                                                 _Anthony TRABUE\TRABUC "the Immigrant"_+
                                                | (1669 - 1724) m 1704                  
                       _John James TRABUE ______|
                      | (1714 - 1775) m 1744    |
                      |                         |_Magdalene VEREUL\VERRUEIL ____________+
                      |                           (1683 - 1731) m 1704                  
 _Edward TRABUE ______|
| (1762 - 1814) m 1797|
|                     |                          _John James DUPUY _____________________+
|                     |                         | (1698 - 1775) m 1728                  
|                     |_Olympe (Olympia) DUPUY _|
|                       (1729 - 1822) m 1744    |
|                                               |_Susannah le VILLIAN __________________+
|                                                 (1700 - 1775) m 1728                  
|
|--Matilda Olympia TRABUE 
|  (1808 - 1881)
|                                                _Charles CLAY _________________________+
|                                               | (1716 - 1789) m 1741                  
|                      _Eleazer CLAY ___________|
|                     | (1744 - 1836) m 1766    |
|                     |                         |_Martha "Patsy" GREEN _________________+
|                     |                           (1719 - 1793) m 1741                  
|_Jane E. CLAY _______|
  (1776 - 1845) m 1797|
                      |                          _______________________________________
                      |                         |                                       
                      |_Jane APPERSON __________|
                        (1750 - 1780) m 1766    |
                                                |_______________________________________
                                                                                        

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