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Catherine

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I42106

  • RESIDENCE: Charlotte Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S125]

Family 1 : James LEAKER
  1. +Susannah LEAKER

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OWAIN ap Gruffudd "Cyfeiliog"

ABT 1117 - 1197

ID Number: I98710

  • RESIDENCE: Wales
  • BIRTH: ABT 1117, Wales
  • DEATH: 1197
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS AFN: R7TT-HV
Father: GRUFFUDD ap MAREDUDD
Mother: GWERFUL Verch Gwrgeneu


Family 1 : GWENLLIAN I Verch Owain
  1. +GWENWYNWYN ap Owain

                                                _BLEDDYN ap Cynfyn of Gwynedd_+
                                               | (1010 - 1075)                
                          _MAREDUDD ap Bleddyn_|
                         | (1047 - 1132)       |
                         |                     |_HAER ferch Cillin____________+
                         |                                                    
 _GRUFFUDD ap MAREDUDD___|
| (1093 - 1128)          |
|                        |                      _EINUDD of Dyffrin Clwyd______
|                        |                     | (1020 - ....)                
|                        |_HUNYDD ferch Einudd_|
|                          (1063 - ....)       |
|                                              |_EFA Verch LLYWELYN___________
|                                                (1024 - ....)                
|
|--OWAIN ap Gruffudd "Cyfeiliog"
|  (1117 - 1197)
|                                               ______________________________
|                                              |                              
|                         _____________________|
|                        |                     |
|                        |                     |______________________________
|                        |                                                    
|_GWERFUL Verch Gwrgeneu_|
  (1097 - ....)          |
                         |                      ______________________________
                         |                     |                              
                         |_____________________|
                                               |
                                               |______________________________
                                                                              

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Don Louis BROUSSARD

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I79256

  • RESIDENCE: Lafayette, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S913]

Family 1 : Anastasie LANDRY
  1. +Anastasie BROUSSARD

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Luke II CONERLY

10 Feb 1821 - 3 Nov 1833

ID Number: I35193

  • RESIDENCE: Duplin Co. NC & MS
  • BIRTH: 10 Feb 1821, Duplin co. NC
  • DEATH: 3 Nov 1833, MS
  • RESOURCES: See: [S473]
Father: Owen CONERLY
Mother: Mary Elizabeth WILKINSON



                                                        _John CONERLY _______
                                                       | (1718 - 1751) m 1738
                             _Cullen CONERLY __________|
                            | (1745 - 1811) m 1773     |
                            |                          |_Kesiah HERRING _____+
                            |                            (1715 - 1751) m 1738
 _Owen CONERLY _____________|
| (1777 - 1848) m 1808      |
|                           |                           _Luke WARD Sr._______+
|                           |                          | (1730 - 1796)       
|                           |_Letitia (Letticia) WARD _|
|                             (1748 - 1846) m 1773     |
|                                                      |_Bridget DRAUGHON ___+
|                                                        (1726 - 1827)       
|
|--Luke II CONERLY 
|  (1821 - 1833)
|                                                       _____________________
|                                                      |                     
|                            _William WILKINSON _______|
|                           | (1770 - ....)            |
|                           |                          |_____________________
|                           |                                                
|_Mary Elizabeth WILKINSON _|
  (1791 - 1860) m 1808      |
                            |                           _____________________
                            |                          |                     
                            |_Elizabeth JACKSON _______|
                              (1770 - ....)            |
                                                       |_____________________
                                                                             

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J DURDEN


!LIVING

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Edward Erwin GILLENWATER

21 Sep 1868 - 9 Jul 1927

ID Number: I75935

  • RESIDENCE: KY
  • BIRTH: 21 Sep 1868
  • DEATH: 9 Jul 1927
  • RESOURCES: See: [S828]

Family 1 : Lucy GATEWOOD

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Children:
Joel Leondus GILLENWATER b: 18 FEB 1901 d: 27 JUN 1984 + Lela Dale LAW b: 6 OCT 1908 d: 25 NOV 1991+ Ruth CROWDER b: 23 SEP 1894 d: 9 MAY 1962
Cornelia GILLENWATER b: 8 MAR 1903 d: 15 FEB 1993
Annie Barlow GILLENWATER b: 21 MAY 1905 d: 14 JUL 1983
Edward Harold GILLENWATER b: 27 AUG 1908 d: 11 MAR 1989 + Fanny Burnett JOHNSON b: 6 SEP 1912
Lucy Ethel GILLENWATER b: 14 AUG 1912 + Chester Lee MAYHEW b: 1910

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Kenneth Fleet "Toad" GUERRANT


This person is presumed living.

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Simon HADLEY "the Immigrant"

ABT 1675 - 1756

ID Number: I88539

  • RESIDENCE: Ireland and Chester Co. PA
  • OCCUPATION: 1726 Justice of the Peace
  • BIRTH: ABT 1675, Moate MM, Ireland
  • DEATH: 1756, Chester Co. Pennsylvania (now DE)
  • BURIAL: New Garden Burying Ground, Chester Co. Pennsylvania
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3271]

Family 1 : Ruth MILLER
  1. +Joshua HADLEY Sr.
  2. +Hannah HADLEY

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Will: 3 Nov 1755; m2: 1752 Phoebe Grubb (Wife). Father: Simon Hadley b. 1640 in Ireland; Mother: Catherine Talbot b. 1640 in Ireland.


Children:
Deborah Hadley b. 25 Apr 1701 in Chester County, Pennsylvania
Joseph Hadley b. 25 Oct 1698
Joshua Hadley b. 6 May 1703 in Chester County, Pennsylvania
Simon Hadley b. 23 Feb 1704/05 in Chester County, Pennsylvania
Hannah Hadley b. 16 Jan 1709/10
Ruth Hadley b. 6 Feb 1710/11
Katherine Hadley b. 25 Apr 1715 in Chester County, Pennsylvania
Ann Hadley b. 7 Feb 1717/18 in Chester County, Pennsylvania


Know all men by these presents that I, Simon Hadly of Mill Creek Hundred in the County of New Castle on Delaware, yeoman, calling to mind the mortality of my body, do make and ordain this my last will and testament, and as touching such worldly estate where-with it has pleased God to bless me in this life, I do give, devise and dispose of the same in the manner and form following:


First, it is my will that my funeral charge and just debts be first paid.


It is my will and I do leave my beloved wife, Phebe Hadly ________ pounds current money to be paid her six months after my death, to be paid by my executors, hereinafter mentioned, her chaise and chaise-horse, my riding mare and the two best
cows I have, besides what I have left her in my marriage settlement with her, and as much of the furniture of the house as she will think fit to take, to the value of _______ pounds and no more, which shall be in full of my real and personal estate.


Imprimus,--I give, devise and bequeath unto my grandson Simon Hadley, son of my son Joshua Hadley, the Messuage plantation and tract of land I now live on, bounded and described as follows Viz. [legal description deleted] with the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging, to hold to him, my said grandson Simon Hadley and the male heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever, but if my said grandson should depart this life without lawful issue, then it is my will and I do give and the devise the same Messuage plantation and tract of land unto my grandson Jeremiah Hadley, son of my said son Joshua Hadley, to hold to him and the male heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever, but if he should depart this live
without male heirs as above, then and in such case I give and devise and bequeath the said Messuage plantation and tract of land and premises unto the next male heirs as consanguinity to him and the male heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever. I also give and bequeath unto my said grandson Simon Hadley, my clock and walnut clothes press which stands in one of the upper rooms and the sum of ten pounds lawful money, all of which several bequests to be possessed by him when he shall arrive at the respective age of twenty-one years.


And it is my will that my executors here-in-after named, rent the above plantations to good tenants until my said grandsons arrive at the age of twenty-one years, that all of my said grandsons shall pay the _______ due on each of their plantations when lawfully ___________.


I do leave my son Joseph Hadley, half of my wearing apparel and ten pounds current money, which shall be his full portion and share of my real and personal estate.


I do leave my daughter, Deborah Howel, wife of Jacob Howel, ten pounds current money and I do leave to the said Jacob Howel, ten pounds current money, which shall be in full their portion and share of my real and personal estate.


I do leave my daughter, Hannah Stanfield, widow of John Stanfield, fifty pounds current money which shall be paid in full of her portion and share of my real and personal estate.


I do leave my daughter, Ruth Lindley, wife of Thomas Lindley, ten pounds current money and I do leave to the said Thomas Lindley, ten pounds current money, which shall be in full their portion and share of my real and personal estate.


I do leave my daughter, Katherine Johnson, wife to Robert Johnson, ten pounds current money and I do leave to the said Robert Johnson, the sum of ten pounds current money, which shall be in full their portion and share of my real and personal estate.


I do leave my daughter, Anne Gregg, widow of Richard Gregg departed, the sum of forty pounds current money which shall be paid in full of her portion and share of my real and personal estate.


I do leave my son Joshua Hadley, ten pounds current money and half of my wearying apparel which shall be in full of his portion and share of my real and personal estate.


I do leave to my grand-daughter Elizabeth Thompson, wife to James Thompson, forty pounds current money and I do leave to my grand-daughter Deborah Curle, wife of John Curle the sum of five pounds of current money, and to my grand-daughter Hannah Curle, wife to Samuel Curle the sum of forty pounds current
money, all of them children of my son Joseph Hadley.


I do leave to my grand-children Ruth Marshall, wife to John Marshall, the sum of twenty pounds current money, and I do leave to Thomas Hadley, the sum of forty pounds current money, and I do leave to Sarah Fred, wife of Joseph Fred, the sum of
fifty pounds current money, and I do leave to Mary Hadley the sum of sixty pounds current money, and I do leave to Joshua Hadley, Jr. the sum of sixty pounds current money, and I do leave to Jeremiah Hadley the sum of sixty pounds current money,
and I do leave to Joseph Hadley Jr. the sum of sixty pounds current money, and I do leave Deborah Hadley sixty pounds current money and I do leave Hannah Hadley the sum of sixty pounds current money, and I do leave Catherine Hadley, the sum
of sixty pounds current money, all of them children of my son Joshua Hadley. I do leave to my grand-children to wit, I do leave to Simon Dixon fifty-five pounds current money, and I do leave Rebecca Marshall wife to William Marshall, thirty pounds current money and I do leave Ruth Dixon sixty pounds current money and I do leave to John Stanfield, Jr. the sum of fifty pounds current money, and I do leave Thomas Stanfield fifty pounds current money, and I do leave Samuel Stanfield fifty
pounds current money, all of them children of my said daughter Hannah Stanfield, widow and relict of John Stanfield.


I do leave to my grandchildren, to Catherine Lindley, sixty pounds current money, and I do leave James Lindley sixty pounds current money and I do leave Simon Lindley sixty pounds current money and I do leave Ruth Lindley, Jr. sixty pounds
current money, and I do leave Mary Lindley, Jr. sixty pounds current money, and I do leave Ellenor Lindley sixty pounds current money and I do leave William Lindley sixty pounds current money and I do leave Thomas Lindley, Jr. sixty pounds
current money, all children of my daughter Ruth Lindley, wife to Thomas Lindley and I do leave Deborah Lindley sixty pounds current money.


I do leave to my grand children, Hannah Taylor, Wife to Joseph Taylor, sixty pounds current money, and I do leave Caleb Johnson sixty pounds current money and I do leave John Johnson sixty pounds current money, and I do leave to Freeman Johnson sixty pounds current money, and I do leave to Jonathan Johnson sixty pounds current money, and I do leave to Isaac Johnson sixty pounds current money, all children of my daughter Katherine Johnson, wife to Robert Johnson.


I do leave to my grand-children to wit; Sarah Smith Gregg, fifty-five pounds current money, and I do leave Jacob Gregg sixty pounds current money, and I do leave Ruth Gregg five pounds current money, and I do leave William Gregg sixty pounds current money, and I do leave Mirriam Gregg sixty pounds current money, and I do leave Deborah Gregg sixty pounds current money and I do leave Phebe Gregg sixty pounds current money, all of them children of my daughter Ann Gregg, widow and
relict of Richard Gregg departed.


NOTE--John Lindley was twice set down in a mistake and when I found the mistake I erased it with my own hand. Deborah Lindley was born in North Carolina and I did not remember her to get her name down in the proper place, but I do give the said sum set down on the other side.


And it is my will that as many of my said grand-children which are at age at my decease, that my executors shall pay them their legacies left them by me one year after my decease, and all my said grand-children which are not of age, I do order that my said executors to give it into the hands of the parents of the said grand-children, they giving bond and security with interest for the same for the benefit of their children, and my said grand-children, to be paid one year after my decease to said parents, but if they refuse to comply as above, then I do order my said executors to put out the said legacy left by me to my said grand-children into good hands at interest, and pay them as above when they come of age with the interest of said legacy at twenty-one years or day of marriage which shall first happen.


It is my will that if any of my grand-children depart this life before they come to age or before, unmarried, that their legacy left them by me shall be equally divided among their survivors, and it is my will that if any of my grand-daughters or grand-sons wives should have any more children before my decease or be pregnant, that then my said executors shall put to interest for them the sum of fifty pounds current money, and pay them as above said. I do leave to my nephew Thomas Kiernan, the sum of ten pounds current money.


I do leave to my said wife's children to wit; John Buffington, one pistole, Richard Buffington one pistole, Phebe Wall one pistole, Peter Buffington one pistole, Isaac
Buffington one pistole, Joseph Buffington ten pounds current money to be paid them one year after my decease and what bonds, notes or accounts be payable to me from any of my grandchildren or their husbands, must be discounted out of the legacy left them by me, and I here-by-constitute make and ordain my trusty and well-beloved Grand-son-in-law, James Thompson and my trusted and well beloved grand-son John Hadley and my worthy and well loved friend, Daniel Nicholds, all of
them in Hill Creek Hundred in the County of New Castle on Delaware, yeomen, my executors of this my last will and testament, and I do hereby revoke and make void all former wills made by me at any time here-to-fore, and I do leave my executors thirty pounds current money to each of them, for their care and trouble they will have about the nagging and settling of my said estate, which said sum shall be in full for their care and trouble and shall not have more for their commission, nor any other charge against my said estate on that account, but I do allow my said executors shall have commissions for what just money shall be received by them arising out of the legacies left by me to my said grand-children until they respectively arrive at the age above-said, and I do desire and request my trusty friends Benjamin Swett of the town of New Castle, Esq. and Samuel Gregg of Christiana Hundred and county above said, yeomen, to be overseers, to see that my last and testament be well and truly performed, and for their care and trouble I do leave each of them the sum of five pounds current money, to be paid by the executors, and it is my will that what is left to my said son, Joseph Hadley, should be kept in my said executors hands and
give it to him at several times as they see it is necessary for it.
I give devise and bequeath unto my grandson, Simon Johnson, son of Robert Johnson, certain plantation and tract of land lying contiguous to the above land devised to my grandson Simon Hadley, bounded and described as followeth:Viz.
[description deleted] containing by estimation 112 acres be the same more or less with in the bounds aforesaid, with the hereitaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining to the hold to him, my said grandson Simon Johnson, and the male heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever, but if he my said grandson, Simon Johnson should happen to depart this life without male heirs as above, then and in such case I give devise and bequeath the said tract of land and premises unto the next male heirs by consanguinity to him, my said grandson, and the male heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever, to be possessed by my said grandson when he shall arrive at the respective age of twenty-one years.


I do give and bequeath to my grandson, John Hadley, son of my son Joseph Hadley, and the male heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever, a plantation or tract of land here-in-after mentioned, but if he should depart this life without male heirs, then in such case, it is my will and I do give and bequeath the said plantation and tract of land to the next male heir by blood to him and his heirs forever, said plantation and
tract of land to be bounded as followeth; [description deleted] containing within the said bounds 150 acres of land, be the same more or less, and I do bequeath to my said grandson John Hadley, ten pounds current money.


I do give and bequeath a plantation or tract of land to ______ Johnson in the Letitia Aubrey Manor containing 93 acres and 66 perches of land. I have a deed for the same and recorded in the name of my grandson Simon Gregg, son of Richard Gregg, departed, and Anne his wife, my daughter, to him and the male heirs of his body lawfully begotten as above, but should he depart this life, it is my will and I do give the said plantation and tract of land to the next male heirs by blood to him and the male heirs of his body legally begotten forever.


In witness whereof I have here-unto set my hand and my seal this 3rd day of November, one thousand seven hundred and fifty five (1755).


Note before signing and sealing-- It is my will that if any of my grand-children should fall heir to any of the above said tracts of land by the death of him or them which I have willed it to, then it is my will that he or they which shall fall heir to said estate or estates, shall not have the said fifty pounds willed to them by me as above, but shall be equally divided as above to the surviving grand-children.


From Calendar of Delaware Wills, New Castle County, 1682-1800
Simon Hadley. Yeoman Mill Creek Hd Will 3 Nov 1755, pv: 17 Feb 1756;
Wife Phebe Hadley;
grandson Simon Hadley, son of my son Joshua Hadley;
grandson Jeremiah, son of said Joshua;
Simon Johnson, son of Robert Johnson;
grandson John Hadley, son of my son Joseph Hadley;
grandson Simon Gregg, son of Richard Gregg, deceased and my dau Ann his wife;
dau Deborah Howel, wife of Jacob Howel;
dau Hannah Stanfield, widow to John Stanfield;
dau Ruth Linly, wife to Thomas Linly;
dau Kathern Johnson, wife to Robert Johnson;
my grandchildren, children of my son Joseph namely: Elizabeth Thomson, wife to James Thomson; Deborah Earle, wife to John Earle; Hannah Earle wife to Samuel Earle (this name is either Earle or Carl);
my grandchildren, children of my son Joshua namely: Ruth Marshill, wife to John Marshill; Thomas Hadley; Sarah Fred, wife to Joseph Fred; Mary Hadley; Jeremiah Hadley; Joshua Hadley, Jr., Joseph Hadley, Deborah Hadley, Hannah Hadley and Catherine Hadley;
my grandchildren, children of my dau Hannah, widow of John Stanfield namely: Ruth Dixon, John Stanfield, Jr., Thomas Stanfield, and Samuel Stanfield;
my grandchildren of my dau Ruth, wife to Thomas Linly, namely: Cathern, James, Simon, Ruth, Thomas, Jr. and John Linly.
my grandchildren, children of my dau Ann, widow of Richard Gregg namely: Sarah Smith alias Gregg, Jacob, William, Miriam, Deborah, and Phoebe;
nephew Thomas Keran;
said wife's children: John Buffington, Richard Buffington, Phoebe Wall, Peter Buffington, Isaac Buffington, Joseph Buffington;
Exec: grandson-in-law, James Thomson; friend, Daniel Nickols. Overseers, Benjamin Swett, Samuel Gregg.















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William MONTAGUE

1673 - ____

ID Number: I102442

  • BIRTH: 1673
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3707]
Father: Peter II MONTAGUE "the Immigrant"
Mother: Cicely REYNOLDS


Family 1 :
  1. +William MONTAGUE

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Spouse Unknown

                                                                   _________________________
                                                                  |                         
                                     _Peter MONTAGUE I of Boveney_|
                                    | (1580 - 1638) m 1596        |
                                    |                             |_________________________
                                    |                                                       
 _Peter II MONTAGUE "the Immigrant"_|
| (1603 - 1659) m 1645              |
|                                   |                              _________________________
|                                   |                             |                         
|                                   |_Ellen (Helen) ALLEN ________|
|                                     (1579 - 1659) m 1596        |
|                                                                 |_________________________
|                                                                                           
|
|--William MONTAGUE 
|  (1673 - ....)
|                                                                  _Christopher REYNOLDS ___+
|                                                                 | (1530 - ....) m 1554    
|                                    _Thomas REYNOLDS ____________|
|                                   | (1563 - 1604) m 1593        |
|                                   |                             |_Charissa HUNTINGTON ____
|                                   |                               (1534 - 1578) m 1554    
|_Cicely REYNOLDS __________________|
  (1601 - ....) m 1645              |
                                    |                              _Robert Fitzpen PHIPPEN _+
                                    |                             | (1550 - ....)           
                                    |_Cicely PHIPPEN _____________|
                                      (1575 - 1604) m 1593        |
                                                                  |_Cecily JORDAN __________
                                                                    (1550 - ....)           

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Bartholomew Robert OWEN "the Immigrant"

24 Aug 1619 - 17 Jan 1677

ID Number: I83172

  • RESIDENCE: England and abt 1632 Henrico and Surry Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 24 Aug 1619, Southwarke Parish, Surry, Virginia
  • DEATH: 17 Jan 1677, Gray's Creek, Southwarke Parish, Surry, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: HQS8-DN) notes

Family 1 : Ann CHARLES
Family 2 : JOANNA "Jone" JENNINGS
  1. +Katherine OWEN
  2.  Robert OWEN
  3.  William OWEN
  4. +Thomas OWEN

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Father: Robert Owen b. 7 Nov 1583 in Steventon Parish, Berks, England
Mother: Joane White b. 1583 in England
Ann Charles (Wife) b. About 1624 in Southwarke Parrish, Surry m. 9 MAY 1641 in England; died Ca. 1642 in At Sea.


"Bartholomew Owen was born in Steventon Parish, Berkshire, England, ca. 1619, and was christened on 24 August 1619. His parents were Robert Owen, born in Steventon Parish ca. 1583, christened 7 November 1583, and Joanne White, born in Steventon Parish ca. 1592, christened 20 July 1592. Robert was the son of Richard Owen, born ca. 1555 in England and Joanne Daniel, born ca. 1560.


Bartholomew came to Surrey County, Virginia in the 1650's and married ca. 1663, Johanna Jennings, born ca. 1640 and died after 1693, believed to be the daughter of Edmund Jennings. There are four known children:


Katherine (ca.1667-1719), Robert (ca. 1668-1717), William (ca. 1671-1752) and Thomas (ca. 1673-1744).


Bartholomew died intestate ca. 1677 with the inventory and appraisal of his estate made on 14 February 1677, and filed in court on 17 January 1678. Johanna was appointed administrator of the estate (see inventory below). After Bartholomew's death, Johanna married Thomas Brooks, and moved with her two younger sons, William and Thomas, to James City, Virginia and then to Henrico County.


After his arrival in Virginia, Bartholomew immediately made a name for himself. The Surrey County, Virginia 1652 - 1663 court records are full of his dealings and escapades. In 1658 he was involved in a fight with Thomas Gray, a prominent planter.


A Suit was filed in Surrey County and several witnesses testified that they had heard Bartholomew Owen making many "disparaging, malicious and threatening remarks" against Gray. On 29 January 1658, the Court granted a continuance in the difference between Gray and Owen. On 5 September 1660, in Court held at Southwarke Parish for Surrey County, further evidence was introduced in the case. In a deposition, dated 16 August 1660, Robert Spenser, aged 30, son of Edmund Spencer, undersheriff of Surrey County, stated that he had heard Bartholomew, on several occasions and in various places speak very "scandulous" words against the Commissioners of Surrey County, saying he would never have justice done him in that Court." Further, both in James City and in Surrey County, Bartholomew had highly reviled Captain George Jordan, calling him "Raskell and Rogue" and "shouten Raskell" and several other such base terms. Spenser rebuked Owen for his "mullitious" words. Owen replied, swearing, "God Damm him, of that raskell" George Jordan. In the second deposition in James City, 19 August 1660, Roger Rawlins, aged 26, said that he heard Owen "disparrage" Captain Jordan and the Court, threatening him "publicky" in company saying "he longed to kick that man's arse."


In September 1660, Mrs. Fortune Mills, a relative of the reviled Captain George Jordan, "deposeth" that Bartholomew Owen of Surrey County, hath several times, in her hearing, spoken "dispairaging and scandalous" words against the Commissioners and wholly against Captain Jordan saying "he never had justice done him in that Court." The court found Bartholomew guilty of scandalous and defamatory language and appointed Captain George Jordan to sue and prosecute the said Owen at the next Quarter Court with full power and authority to use all lawful means, for their consideration. Robert Stanton, the court clerk recorded this judgement, on 10 September 1660. Despite this verdict and the controversy, Bartholomew was apparently considered a man of some substance since he was referred to as a gentleman in the records. He was a Church Warden of Southwarke Parish Church, Surrey County, served on several juries and coroners juries, sold and bought land and appeared to have served as a cattle broker.


Bartholomew owned a 648-acre plantation, but was far from being considered well off. He died intestate and his estate was valued at a modest 30 and probably, for inheritance tax purposes, was inventoried as follows: "one ould diseased horse and ould saddle and bridle, a bull, heyfer 12 years old, and a heifer calf, 6 shoates and 2 sows with 12 pigs." His household goods "comprised a passell of ould pewter, 2 ould iron pots, 2 pair pot hooks, 2 spits, and a pair of ould tongs." Furniture included "2 very ould thin feather beds and boulsters and 1 very ould, woolen cloth blankit, 2 tables and a fourme (bench) very ould, and 1 ould chest without a lock. A parcel of lumber and ould iron and 1 barrill of a gun and an unfixed lock and an ould rifle" completed the inventory. Will Foreman and John Moring made the appraisal on 14 February 1677, Jone Owen also signed by mark."


Src: The Virginia Genalogist, V 23, No. 1, pages 161-167, "OWEN-KEARBY-TURLEY CONNECTION," Alberta Dennstedt. "THE OWEN CONNECTION," Mary Sue Mathys, pages 7-12.
Surrey County VA Court Records 1652-1663, Book 1, pages 168-196.


IGI and LDS Ancestral File.
Bartholomew's estate was inventoried and appraised on 14 February 1677, in
Surrey Co., VA


Father: Bartholomew Robert Owen b. About. 1620 in England
Mother: Johanna\Joan\Jone ??? b. Before. 1653


He served on an Inquest Jury 17 Oct 1659 regarding the accidental death of William Hawkes, a servant boy of Capt. Thomas Swann.
Bartholomew's earliest known land transaction was an Indenture, dated 1 March 1661. Christopher Lewis and wife, Jane, sold 200 acres to Bartholomew. The land was locatd the upper part of the West side of Grayes Creeke, commonly known by the name of the Great Levell and Runaway Neck, bounded by the land of Jno. Watkins.
Bartholomew served along with Robert Stanton as church wardens of Southwarke Parish in 1661.
Bartmolomew attempted to get his affairs in order starting in 1677. However, he died intestate before 31 Jan 1677/8. On that date, his wife, Johanna was granted administration on the estate. An inventory was filed on 14 Feb 1677/8.
Sources:
Irene Owen Cook; Rt. 2 Box 209N; Longview, TX 75605
OWEN CONNECTIONS; Mary Sue Mathys
Verna Mae Newman; 1 Taarascan Drive; Cherokee Village, AR 72529-7431

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Dr. Edmund RUCKER

ABT 1795 - Nov 1861

ID Number: I60397

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • RESIDENCE: of Bedford Co. VA and Rutherford; DeKalb Cos. TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1795, prob. Rutherford Co. Tennessee
  • DEATH: Nov 1861, Marengo Co. Alabama
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2249] [S2654]
Father: Thomas RUCKER
Mother: Sally READ


Family 1 : Louisa Orville WINCHESTER
  1.  Edmund Winchester RUCKER C.S.A.
  2.  Josephine RUCKER

Notes


"Dr. Edmund Rucker of Birmingham. (See History of the Rucker Family and their descendants, 1927, by Edythe Johns Rucker Whitley, for additional data on the Rucker family. This book may be found in the Nashville or Rutherford Co, TN, libraries.). Dr Rucker and Louisa settled in DeKalb Co, TN, where he practiced medicine. All their children were born here. The authority on this branch, Mrs Louise Berry, tells of Dr Rucker's death in 1861. He had sent his wife Louisa and the children remaining at home to stay at Cragfont during the Civil War - "an act that saved their lives, for he was tied to a post and made to watch his home (there were two nice residences there in De Kalb Co) burn to the ground. He walked 70 miles to his daughter's (Josephine Boddie) and died two days later from hunger and exhaustion". A quilt made by Louisa for her granddaughter Florence Gayle Klipple, is on display at Cragfont."
ISSUE:
JOSEPHINE B. RUCKER, b 7 Oct 1827, DeKalb Co, TN.
MARIA LOUISE RUCKER, b 13 Sep 1829, DeKalb Co, TN.
NAPOLEON B. RUCKER, b 14 Aug 1831, DeKalb Co, TN, d 27 Sep 1903, unmarried.
O. H. RUCKER, b 26 May 1833, DeKalb Co, TN, d 10 Sep 1858, unmarried.
EDMUND WINCHESTER RUCKER, b 22 Jul 1835, DeKalb Co, TN.
SUSAN PAULINE RUCKER, b 30 Nov 1836, DeKalb Co, TN, d in infancy.
ALEXANDER C. RUCKER, b 7 Dec 1842, DeKalb Co, TN.
SARAH ELIZABETH RUCKER, b 16 Mar 1845, DeKalb Co, TN.
WILLIAM WALKER RUCKER, b 8 May 1850, DeKalb Co, TN, d 1 Dec 1872, unmarried [S2654]

                                                     _John RUCKER I___________________________+
                                                    | (1680 - 1742) m 1720                    
                       _Benjamin A. RUCKER _________|
                      | (1732 - 1808) m 1756        |
                      |                             |_Susannah COGHILL _______________________+
                      |                               (1700 - 1742) m 1720                    
 _Thomas RUCKER ______|
| (1759 - 1843) m 1793|
|                     |                              _________________________________________
|                     |                             |                                         
|                     |_Elizabeth "Betsy" BENNETT? _|
|                       (1740 - 1810) m 1756        |
|                                                   |_________________________________________
|                                                                                             
|
|--Edmund RUCKER 
|  (1795 - 1861)
|                                                    _(RESEARCH QUERY) READ OR READE OR REID _
|                                                   |                                         
|                      _William READ _______________|
|                     | (1740 - ....)               |
|                     |                             |_________________________________________
|                     |                                                                       
|_Sally READ _________|
  (1770 - ....) m 1793|
                      |                              _________________________________________
                      |                             |                                         
                      |_____________________________|
                                                    |
                                                    |_________________________________________
                                                                                              

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Elizabeth TONEY

2 May 1777 - 1843

ID Number: I27956

  • RESIDENCE: Washington Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 2 May 1777
  • DEATH: 1843, Washington Co. Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1009] [S478]

Family 1 : Benjamin BICKHAM
  1. +Thomas Carroll BICKHAM

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