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Sarah

ABT 1720 - ____

ID Number: I51043

  • RESIDENCE: Caroline Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1720
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1819] [S1990]

Family 1 : John TERRELL

Notes


Lawful wife.

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[S1819]

[S1990]


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Isaac BROWN

30 May 1720 - 23 Jan 1781

ID Number: I97476

  • RESIDENCE: Chester Co. PA
  • BIRTH: 30 May 1720, Nottingham Township, Chester Co. Pennsylvania
  • DEATH: 23 Jan 1781, Nottingham Township, Chester Co. Pennsylvania
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS AF JQPK-94
Father: Jeremiah BROWN
Mother: Mary Riale COALE


Family 1 : Lydia SLATER

Notes


Marriage 1 Lydia SLATER Married: 3 SEP 1743 in E Nottingham Mtg, Cecil Co.,Md
Marriage 2 Mary MINTER



                                                      _________________________________
                                                     |                                 
                       _James BROWNE "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1656 - 1715) m 1679         |
                      |                              |_________________________________
                      |                                                                
 _Jeremiah BROWN _____|
| (1687 - 1767) m 1711|
|                     |                               _William CLAYTON "the Immigrant"_
|                     |                              | (1632 - 1688) m 1653            
|                     |_Honour CLAYTON ______________|
|                       (1661 - ....) m 1679         |
|                                                    |_Prudence LANCKFORD-MICKELS _____
|                                                      (1638 - 1689) m 1653            
|
|--Isaac BROWN 
|  (1720 - 1781)
|                                                     _________________________________
|                                                    |                                 
|                      ______________________________|
|                     |                              |
|                     |                              |_________________________________
|                     |                                                                
|_Mary Riale COALE ___|
  (1690 - 1749) m 1711|
                      |                               _________________________________
                      |                              |                                 
                      |______________________________|
                                                     |
                                                     |_________________________________
                                                                                       

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William DOWNMAN

1717 - ____

ID Number: I43806

Father: Rawleigh DOWNMAN
Mother: Margaret Downman BALL


Family 1 : Ellen BALL
  1.  Rawleigh DOWNMAN

Notes


Father: Rawleigh Downman Mother: Margaret Ball



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 _Rawleigh DOWNMAN ______|
| (1680 - 1718) m 1715   |
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|--William DOWNMAN 
|  (1717 - ....)
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|_Margaret Downman BALL _|
  (1700 - 1758) m 1715   |
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[S2095]

[S2103]

[S2246]


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Joyce GAYLE

ABT 1728 - AFT 1772

ID Number: I12347

Father: Mathew GAYLE
Mother: Judith EDWARDS


Family 1 : Robert DUDLEY Sr.
  1. +Robert DUDLEY Jr.
  2. +Ambrose DUDLEY
  3.  Peter DUDLEY
  4.  James DUDLEY

Notes


or Gyle?

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 _Mathew GAYLE _______|
| (1700 - ....)       |
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|                           
|
|--Joyce GAYLE 
|  (1728 - 1772)
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|_Judith EDWARDS _____|
  (1700 - ....)       |
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Sources

[S131]

[S589]

[S763]

[S765]

[S828]


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Lucy Petway HOLCOMBE

1832 - 1899

ID Number: I68951

  • OCCUPATION: Vice Regent for South Carolina, 1866-1899
  • RESIDENCE: SC
  • BIRTH: 1832
  • DEATH: 1899
  • RESOURCES: See: notes
Father: Beverly Lafayette HOLCOMBE


Family 1 : Francis Wilkinson PICKENS Gov. of South Carolina

Notes


Lucy Petway Holcombe (died 1899) was the daughter of Beverly Lafayette Holcombe. She married Francis Wilkinson Pickens, governor of South Carolina between 1860 and 1862. A regiment of South Carolina troops was named the Holcombe Legion in her honor, and her face was on the Confederate $100 note. (Biographies / Portraits of Early Regents and Vice Regents
http://www.mountvernon.org/library/Biographies/Pickens.html)


UI expert finds novel written by a Southern belle By GREG KLINE 2003 THE NEWS-GAZETTE Published Online January 6, 2003


"She was the only woman on Civil War Confederate money, a Southern belle of head-turning beauty and, behind the scenes, a skillful political operator.
So when Vernon Burton heard that Lucy Holcombe Pickens daughter of Texas, wife of South Carolina's powerful governor, rumored lover of a Russian czar might have secretly penned a romantic novel published under a man's name, he was naturally interested.
But it took the University of Illinois history and sociology Professor 15 years of off-and-on detective work before he could find a copy of the book. Now, thanks to Burton and his wife Georganne "The Free Flag of Cuba" and Lucy Pickens are getting a modern audience.
"My guess is it's going to do better now than it did then because of the historical value that it has now," said Burton, one of whose specialties is Southern history.
Burton first heard about "The Free Flag of Cuba" in researching his Pulitzer Prize-nominated book "In My Father's House Are Many Mansions: Family and Community in Edgefield, South Carolina."
"There were rumors that she had written this novel," he said. "But I could never find it. "I wanted to see what she said because I'd heard so much about her."
"To write a novel would have backed up my theory that this was a disciplined, political woman," he added.
Especially a novel with a decidedly political message. The book is loose a fictionalization, and a defense, of the Lopez "filibuster" of Cuba. At the time, "filibustering" didn't mean long-winded senators speaking, but rather mercenary American military expeditions in Latin countries.
Ostensibly, the goal was to free the countries to emulate the American republic. In practice, it served to line some participants' pockets and, from the perspective of the South, had potential to add slave states to the Union.
When the Lopez expedition was quashed in 1851, many of its participants were executed by Spanish authorities, including the love of Lucy Holcombe's life, William Crittenden.
Her book is partly autobiographical. But the Burtons said it also serves a number of other purposes.
Its idyllic portrayal of slavery, for example, is a refutation of the picture in "Uncle Tom's Cabin," the classic anti-slavery book of the time. Its stance on federal authority President Millard Filmore denounced filibustering presages Southern arguments for the Civil War.
Over the years, as Burton searched, some libraries and other repositories claimed to have the lost book. But all the leads turned out to be dead ends.
"I would go and they would say they would have a copy and it would be a part of it," said Burton, who also found a handwritten fragment at Duke University.
The search was further complicated because the book's title was listed differently by different sources, as was the pseudonym Pickens used to write it, H.M. Hardimann.
Finally, UI librarian Carol Penka located the full text on a roll of microfilm made to preserve obscure 19th Century novels. (As far as the Burtons can tell, only one paper original, found later at the New York Historical Society, exists.)
Burton and his wife, who taught history and English, had been looking for a project to do together and went to work editing and annotating the novel for new publication.
Their introduction, which covers nearly a quarter of the book, is a mini history of, among other things, the filibuster movement, the Lopez expedition, the pre-Civil War South and, of course, Lucy Pickens.
Lucy married the rich, powerful and much older Francis Pickens (he was 53, she not quite 26) after her Crittenden's death in Cuba. Her book may have been, in part, an exercise to work through her loss.
Pickens, a former congressman, was dispatched as minister to Russia in 1858. Lucy's daughter Eugenia was born in the Russian royal palace in 1859.
Speculation in some quarters was that Czar Alexander played more of a role than providing the birth place. The Burtons discount that as sniping from Lucy's rivals, and the dates between the Pickens' first meeting the czar and the birth don't add up.
As the country moved toward Civil War, Pickens, once seen as a potential presidential candidate, returned to become South Carolina's governor. He led the state's secession and demanded the surrender of federal forts in Charleston Harbor.
Meanwhile, Lucy Pickens was the "uncrowned queen of the Confederate South," an extravagant and flirtatious hostess and a confidante to many Southern politicians, according to the Burtons.
She appeared on the Confederate $100 bill they were called Lucys and sponsored a Holcombe Legion in the South's Army, perhaps paid for with jewels received from Czar Alexander.


UI expert finds novel written by a Southern belle
N-G photo by Vanda Bidwell University of Illinois history and sociology Professor Vernon Burton and his wife, Georganne, talk about the 'The Free Flag of Cuba' last month at their home in Urbana."







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 _Beverly Lafayette HOLCOMBE _|
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|--Lucy Petway HOLCOMBE 
|  (1832 - 1899)
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|_____________________________|
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Thomas Colston KINNEY C.S.A.

27 Apr 1841 - 28 Jul 1863

ID Number: I84872

  • OCCUPATION: CSA Gen. Jackson's Staff
  • RESIDENCE: Staunton, VA
  • BIRTH: 27 Apr 1841, Near Staunton, Virginia
  • DEATH: 28 Jul 1863, exposure, the Retreat of Gettysburg, Staunton, Virginia
  • BURIAL: "Thorn Rose" cemetery, Staunton
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3144]
Father: Nicholas Cabell KINNEY
Mother: Mary Ambler FISHER


Notes


III. Thomas Colston Kinney((6)), b. near Staunton, April 27, 1841; d. Staunton, July 28, 1863. He was Assistant Engineer on Gen'l Jackson's staff, and died as a result of an exposure on the retreat from Gettysburg and was interred in "Thorn Rose" cemetery, Staunton.



                                                            _William KINNEY Sr._______
                                                           | (1725 - 1794) m 1764     
                           _Chesley KINNEY of Walnut Grove_|
                          | (1768 - 1829) m 1791           |
                          |                                |_Mary Ann CHESLEY? _______
                          |                                  (1727 - 1805) m 1764     
 _Nicholas Cabell KINNEY _|
| (1793 - 1859) m 1835    |
|                         |                                 _James EDMUNDS ___________+
|                         |                                | (1743 - 1826) m 1760     
|                         |_Mary EDMUNDS __________________|
|                           (1770 - 1831) m 1791           |
|                                                          |_Sarah LAVENDER __________+
|                                                            (1744 - 1787) m 1760     
|
|--Thomas Colston KINNEY C.S.A.
|  (1841 - 1863)
|                                                           __________________________
|                                                          |                          
|                          _George FISHER _________________|
|                         | (1770 - ....) m 1795           |
|                         |                                |__________________________
|                         |                                                           
|_Mary Ambler FISHER _____|
  (1811 - 1863) m 1835    |
                          |                                 _Jaquelin AMBLER _________+
                          |                                | (1742 - 1798) m 1764     
                          |_Anne AMBLER ___________________|
                            (1772 - 1832) m 1795           |
                                                           |_Mary (Rebecca?) BURWELL _+
                                                             (1746 - ....) m 1764     

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Ernestine MCMANUS

27 Sep 1888 - 7 Nov 1958

ID Number: I5053

  • RESIDENCE: New Orleans, LA
  • BIRTH: 27 Sep 1888, Slidell, LA
  • DEATH: 7 Nov 1958, New Orleans, LA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S1720]
Father: Charles Bradford MCMANUS
Mother: Anna Leonora "Nonie" MCCANTS


Family 1 : Harloth HOGGATT
  1. +Gwendolyn HOGGATT

                                                                          _________________________
                                                                         |                         
                                 ________________________________________|
                                |                                        |
                                |                                        |_________________________
                                |                                                                  
 _Charles Bradford MCMANUS _____|
| (1852 - 1921) m 1887          |
|                               |                                         _________________________
|                               |                                        |                         
|                               |________________________________________|
|                                                                        |
|                                                                        |_________________________
|                                                                                                  
|
|--Ernestine MCMANUS 
|  (1888 - 1958)
|                                                                         _David Scott MCCANTS ____+
|                                                                        | (1781 - 1864) m 1839    
|                                _Robert Young Livingston MCCANTS C.S.A._|
|                               | (1840 - 1907) m 1865                   |
|                               |                                        |_Maria Young LIVINGSTON _+
|                               |                                          (1814 - 1877) m 1839    
|_Anna Leonora "Nonie" MCCANTS _|
  (1868 - 1965) m 1887          |
                                |                                         _John R. COLLINSWORTH ___+
                                |                                        | (1820 - 1859) m 1843    
                                |_Mary Anna COLLINSWORTH ________________|
                                  (1846 - 1925) m 1865                   |
                                                                         |_Lenora HIGGINBOTHAM ____+
                                                                           (1826 - 1883) m 1843    

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[S11]

[S1720]


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Josiah Martin TERRELL C.S.A.

14 Feb 1818 - 20 Sep 1883

ID Number: I18602

  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A.
  • RESIDENCE: Amite & Pike Cos. MS & 1849 Desoto Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 14 Feb 1818, Amite Co. Mississippi
  • DEATH: 20 Sep 1883, Mansfield, Desoto Parish, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S257] [S1819]
Father: Hiram TERRELL
Mother: Isabella GLASS


Family 1 : Ann MORGAN

Notes


"Josiah served with the Confederate Army in 1862. , he moved to Arkansas in 1861 and then back to Louisiana where he remained until death."


Rec'd Ancestry charts 6/5/01. 5/29/01 To: Josephine Lindsay Bass josiebass@zxmail.com Subj: Josiah Martin Terrell: On your web page you seek the ancestry of Josiah Martin Terrell and William Harrison Terrell (brothers), also of Elizabeth Terrell (m. Peter Rucker), also of Sarah Jane Terrell (m. Nimrod Sandridge). If you will provide me a postal address, I will mail the information you seek. Sorry, but I cannot identify the others on your Terrell list.
Don C. Terrill (with the Terrell Society of America)
3836 Fairfax Parkway
Alexandria, Virginia 22312
dterrill@msha.gov



Children:
1. Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" TERRELL Born: 12 NOV 1846 at: Pike Co., MS Married: at: Palestine, Anderson Co., TX Died: 29 SEP 1907 at: Palestine, Anderson Co., TX
Spouses: GOODNER Charles David RICE Peter Davis WYNNE David HOLLIS


2. James Ervin "Dick" TERRELL Born: ABT 1848 at: Mississippi Married: 24 DEC 1873 at: Belton, Bell Co., TX Spouses: Martha Eleanor LAW


3. Louisa Lenora TERRELL Born: 20 JUN 1851 at: De Soto Parish, LA Married: 24 FEB 1870 at: Mansfield, De Soto Parish, LA Died: 1 OCT 1906 at: Noble, Sabine Parish, LA
Spouses: William Wesley "Bill" EDWARDS


4. Charles B. "Charlie" TERRELL Born: 1854 at: De Soto Parish, LA Married: 18 OCT 1873 at: Mansfield, De Soto Parish, LA Spouses: F.B. PRIME


5. Nancy Isabelle Emelie "Nannie" TERRELL Born: 10 OCT 1855 at: De Soto Parish, LA Married: 25 DEC 1875 at: Mansfield, De Soto Parish, LA Died: 7 FEB 1929 at: Noble, Sabine Parish, LA Spouses: Wilbourn Wiley WYNNE.


[S1819]


                                             _Timothy TERRELL ________+
                                            | (1704 - 1763) m 1731    
                       _Moses TERRELL ______|
                      | (1740 - 1831)       |
                      |                     |_Mary MARTIN ____________
                      |                       (1713 - 1763) m 1731    
 _Hiram TERRELL ______|
| (1790 - 1846) m 1812|
|                     |                      _Zachariah MARTIN _______
|                     |                     | (1730 - ....)           
|                     |_Nancy Ann MARTIN ___|
|                       (1754 - 1831)       |
|                                           |_Rebecca BROOKS _________
|                                             (1730 - ....)           
|
|--Josiah Martin TERRELL C.S.A.
|  (1818 - 1883)
|                                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) GLASS _
|                                           |                         
|                      _William GLASS ______|
|                     | (1770 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_________________________
|                     |                                               
|_Isabella GLASS _____|
  (1796 - 1869) m 1812|
                      |                      _________________________
                      |                     |                         
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_________________________
                                                                      

Sources

[S257]

[S1819]

[S1819]


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Dr. James TYLER

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I49497

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • RESIDENCE: of Westmoreland Co.VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: CONFLICT notes [S1764]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) TYLER


Family 1 : Hester JONES

Notes


"He was related to President Tyler".
CONFLICT: Shows name as Wm Tyler, a gent. of Westmoreland co. [S1764] [S2633]

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 _(RESEARCH QUERY) TYLER _|
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|                               
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|--James TYLER 
|  (1730 - ....)
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|_________________________|
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Sources

[S1764]

[S1764]

[S2633]


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