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Patience CHERRY

ABT 1690 - ____

ID Number: I1630

  • RESIDENCE: Probably Lower Norfolk Co., VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1690, Probably Lower Norfolk Co., VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S59] [S64] [S69]
Father: Samuel M. CHERRY
Mother: Frances BALLENTINE



                                               _John CHERRY Sr. "the Immigrant"_+
                                              | (1619 - 1699)                   
                       _John CHERRY Jr._______|
                      | (1641 - ....) m 1662  |
                      |                       |_Elizabeth FAITHFUL _____________
                      |                         (1625 - 1672)                   
 _Samuel M. CHERRY ___|
| (1663 - 1734) m 1684|
|                     |                        _________________________________
|                     |                       |                                 
|                     |_Rebecca MAUND ________|
|                       (1647 - ....) m 1662  |
|                                             |_________________________________
|                                                                               
|
|--Patience CHERRY 
|  (1690 - ....)
|                                              _George BALLENTINE Sr.___________
|                                             | (1635 - 1702) m 1662            
|                      _George BALLENTINE Jr._|
|                     | (1663 - 1733)         |
|                     |                       |_Frances YATES __________________+
|                     |                         (1630 - 1702) m 1662            
|_Frances BALLENTINE _|
  (1660 - ....) m 1684|
                      |                        _________________________________
                      |                       |                                 
                      |_______________________|
                                              |
                                              |_________________________________
                                                                                

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[S64]

[S69]


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David HADDEN

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I71877

  • RESIDENCE: Randolph Co.VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2744]

Family 1 :
  1. +Mary HADDEN
  2.  Rebecca HADDEN

Notes


He was an early settler of Randolph Co. Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown.

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Don HARRISON

10 Mar 1888 - ____

ID Number: I37390

  • RESIDENCE: Warrensburg, MO
  • BIRTH: 10 Mar 1888
  • RESOURCES: See: [S553]
Father: Charles Harvey HARRISON
Mother: Pauline HOLIDAY


Family 1 : Mae HUBBARD
  1.  Elizabeth Pauline HARRISON

                                                    _Harvey HARRISON ____+
                                                   | (1806 - 1890) m 1824
                            _John Wesley HARRISON _|
                           | (1838 - 1920) m 1859  |
                           |                       |_Zilpha BELL ________+
                           |                         (1803 - 1889) m 1824
 _Charles Harvey HARRISON _|
| (1865 - ....) m 1885     |
|                          |                        _____________________
|                          |                       |                     
|                          |_Eliza C. OVENS _______|
|                            (1843 - 1901) m 1859  |
|                                                  |_____________________
|                                                                        
|
|--Don HARRISON 
|  (1888 - ....)
|                                                   _____________________
|                                                  |                     
|                           _______________________|
|                          |                       |
|                          |                       |_____________________
|                          |                                             
|_Pauline HOLIDAY _________|
  (1867 - ....) m 1885     |
                           |                        _____________________
                           |                       |                     
                           |_______________________|
                                                   |
                                                   |_____________________
                                                                         

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Frances HOLLAND

19 Jan 1801 - ____

ID Number: I75198

  • RESIDENCE: Franklin Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 19 Jan 1801, Franklin Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2849]

Family 1 : Andrew H. TURNER

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Johannes KOLB "the Immigrant"

ABT 1700 - ____

ID Number: I35020

  • RESIDENCE: Germany and Montgomery Co. PA and Society Hill, Darlington Co. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1700
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1025] [S1124] [S3616]

Family 1 :
  1. +Mehitabel KOLB
  2. +Mary KOLB
  3. +Sarah KOLB
  4. +Peter KOLB

Notes


Johannes Kolb, who immigrated from Germany to Pennsylvania, and later came to Society Hill in the Darlington District, SC. Benjamin Kolb on 1779 Jury List for Cheraws District SC.


"One of the kin of Johannes was Colonel Abel Kolb, a prominent Revolutionary War Patriot in Marlboro County. A band of Tory raiders on the night of April 27-28, 1781/2m surrounded his home and shot Col Kolb while he was surrendering himself as a prisoner of war. His home was burned. His grave is in old Welsh Neck cemetery, one mile north. abandoned when the Old Welsh Nech Baptist Church moved to Society Hill.
Roderick McIver and His Family, written by Louise McIver McMaster, Dec 1952, (p. 11) says that Johannes came to Pennsylvania in 1707 where he settled, but about 1739 he moved to South Carolina and settled Kolb'sNeck, near Cashaway Ferry, on the Pee Dee River. On 11 January 1742 he got a grant of 650 acres, and in his petition for land, he stated that he had been a settler in the Welsh Tract for some years. She goes on to say that Kolb, pronounced Kulp, is a Dutch name although Johannes's forebears came from Mannheim in the Palatinate of Germany.
death: 1750
Johannes Kolb, called Colonel John and confused by some with an illustrious grandson. Presumed to be the same Johannes Kolb who was born May(June or July) 19, 1683 in Mannheim, Germany and came to America in 1707 with his brothers and settled first at Germantown and later at Skippack, Pa. He and his wife Sarah sold their farm at Skippack in 1734 are believed to have moved south by ship to Charleston or down the Shenandoah Valley with Scotch-Irish, Welsh and German pioneers to settle on the upper PeeDee River in South Carolina about 1737-1742. Johannes homesteaded on Causeway Neck, now Byrd's Island , on a plot north of the loop but south of Sugar Loaf. Colonial records signed by Deputy Surgeon George Pawley show that "By virtue of a precept bearing the date of Feb 7, 1737 there was laid out unto Winyaw, and in the Welsh tract, Jan 10, 1742" Johannes operated a mill at Cashway Ferry and left this and other properties to his eldest son Tillman Kolb. It is not known when John died, but he is mentioned in the Bible record of his son Martin as having died Jan 31, 1759.


The Following Data From Marika Kolb on 6/22/99:


Descendants of Johannes Kolb
Generation No. 1


1. JOHANNES2 KOLB (DIELMAN1) was born June 19, 1683, and died January 31, 1759. He married SARAH. She died ?.


Notes for JOHANNES KOLB: Johannes Kolb, called Colonel John and confused by some with an illustrious grandson. Presumed to be the same Johannes Kolb who was born May (June or July) 19,1683 in Mannheim, Germany and who came to America in 1707 with his brothers and settled first at Germantown and later at Skippack, Penn. He and his wife Sarah sold thier farm at Skippack in 1734 are believed to have moved south by ship to Charleston or down the Shenandoah Valley with Scoth-Irish, Welsh and German pioneers to settle on the upper PeeDee River in South Carolina about 1737-1742. Johannes homesteaded on Causeway Neck, now Byrd's Island, on a 650 acres of land north of the loop but south of Sugar Loaf. Colonial records signed by Deputy Surgeon George Pawley show that "By virtue of a precept bearing the date of Feb. 7, 1737 there was laid out unto Mr. Kolb a tract of 650 acres in Craven County, Parish of Prince George Winyaw, and in the Welsh Tract, Jan. 10, 1742."


Johannes operated a mill at Cashway Ferry and left this and other properties to his eldest son Tillman Kolb. It is not known when John died, but he is mentioned in the will of his son Henry made in 1760,and Sarah (his wife) appears in the Bible record of son Martin as having died Jan 31,1759. Johannes moved to the Welsh Neck area of SC and started Kolbs Ferry. Judge Samuel W. Pennypacker has in his possession and is the owner of a very old book, which has been in the Kolb family for many years, as the following record will show, which are written in the book, in the German language, viz:
Anno 1709, Johannes Kolb, dem hort dass buch zu, Ich hab es von meinem bruder Hendrick Kolb gekommen vor eine Biebel.


Johannes Kolb, dem hort dass buch zu, Ich hab es von meinem Bruder Hendric Kolb, bekommen vor eine Biebel. Ich Johannes Kolb, Anno 1683, den 19 Juni, st.


Tielman Kolb, dem hort das buch zu 1725.
Dielman Kolb, dem hort dies buch zu.


TRANSLATION


To Johannes Kolb belongs this book. He bought it for a bible Anno 1709.


Anno 1709, to Johannes Kolb belongs this book. I obtained it from my brother Henry Kolb for a bible. Johannes Kolb, to him belongs this book. I obtained it from my brother Henry Kolb for a bible.


I, Johannes Kolb, Anno 1683, July 19.


To Tielman Kolb belongs this book, 1725. To Dielman Kolb belongs this book.


"Paraphrases, by Erasmus, of Rotterdam, in Dutch, 1504." Now, 1877, belonging to I.I. Mickley, and in 1892 in possession and owned by Judge S.W. Pennypacker, of Philadelphia.


Children of JOHANNES KOLB and SARAH are:
2. i. MAJOR HENRY3 KOLB,
3. ii. MEHITABLE KOLB,
4. iii. HANNAH KOLB,
5. iv. MARY KOLB <>
6. v. TILLMAN KOLB, b. 1720; d. 1775.
7. vi. MARTIN KOLB, b. February 02, 1727/28; d. July 06, 1788.
8. vii. JACOB KOLB, b. Abt. 1730, PA; d. December 28, 1759, SC.
9. viii. PETER KOLB, b. 1732, Pennsylvania; d. 1779, South Carolina.
10. ix. SARAH KOLB, b. 1736, Pennsylvania; d. 1789, South Carolina.
2. JOHANNES2 KOLB (DIELMAN (THIELMAN)1) was born May 19, 1683 in Germany, died Jan 31, 1759. He married SARAH Abt. 1714.
Children of JOHANNES KOLB and SARAH are:
3. i. TILLMAN3 KOLB, b. 1715, South Carolina; d. 1775, South Carolina.
ii. JACOB KOLB, b. Bef. 1743.
iii. HENRY KOLB, m. SARAH ELLISON.
iv. MARTIN KOLB, b. Feb 02, 1727/28; d. July 06, 1788; m. MARY WILDS, Dec 21,1751.
v. PETER KOLB, b. 1732; d. 1779; m. (1) ANN JAMES; m. (2) SARAH EDWARDS.
vi. MECHITABLE KOLB, m. CHARLES IRBY.
vii. SARAH KOLB, b. 1736, Pennsylvania; d. 1789, SC; m. ROBERT LIDE, 1760.
viii. HANNA KOLB, m. GEORGE KING (??) ****
ix. MARY KOLB, m. Captain George King (??*)"


* Bill King Note: My info indicates that it was Mary Kolb (not Hanna) that married Captain George King.



Children:
Mehitabel Kolb
Mary Kolb b. 1734 in Skippack, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania + George King (Husband) b. 1725 in North Carolina Marriage: ABT 1750
Dielman Kolb
Henry Kolb
Hannah Kolb
Sarah Kolb + Robert (Maj.) Lide (Husband)
Peter Kolb Birth: 1733 in Pennsylvania Death: 1779 in Welsh Neck, South Carolina + Ann James (Wife)


The following comes from Vam York of Gainesville, Florida, a Witherington descendant. (Nov 1999)


....In the booklet" Kolb Families and Their Relatives of Miss. and Arkansas -- the Descendants of James Kolb, Sr. of York Co., SC and his son Son Silas Kolb of Lowndes Co., Miss" compiled by the Descendants and edited by Avery E. Kolb" On page 13 " Johannes also had a number of daughters who married into prominent Welsh and other Colonial families in and around Darlington and Marlborough Counties. Their husbands and sons were famous in the Revolution and many people today claim descendancy from them.


Sarah (1736-1789) married Major Robert Lide who fought in the defense of Charleston. Among their descendants are such families as Pugh, Wilds, Mullins, Reaves, and Cokers.


Mehitable married Colonel Charles Irby in 1768, and later Colonel Thomas Lide of Cheraw Hill. Lide, Forniss and Pledger families trace from her and her first husband.


Hannah (1730-1807?) married Major John Kimbrough, a prominent Whig of Society Hill, and their daughter, Elizabeth, married famous patriot Colonel Lemuel Benton to become head of distinguished lines of Brockingtons, Bishops, Jenkins, DuBoses and Charles.


*MARY, THE FOURTH DAUGHTER OF JOHANNES, MARRIED BRITISH SHIP CAPTAIN, CAPTAIN GEORGE KING. MANY KINGS TRACE FROM THEM , AS WELL AS LACOSTE AND FOUNTAIN FAMILIES".


[S3616]

Sources

[S1025]

[S1124]

[S3616]

[S3616]


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Col. Richard LEE

1647 - 12 Mar 1714

ID Number: I23898

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: Straton Line Of Lees
  • RESIDENCE: Cobbs Hall, Northumberland and Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1647, "Paradise" Gloucester Co. VA [118865] [S2095]
  • DEATH: 12 Mar 1714, Mt Pleasant, Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BURIAL: Mt. Pleasat family burying ground
  • RESOURCES: See: [S765] [S912] [S965] [S1302] [S1708] [S1615] [S2095]
Father: Richard LEE "the immigrant"
Mother: Anne CONSTABLE OWEN?


Family 1 : Laetitia CORBIN
  1. +Richard LEE II
  2.  John LEE
  3. +Francis LEE Sr.
  4. +Phillip C. LEE
  5. +Anne LEE
  6. +Thomas LEE of Stratford
  7. +Henry LEE I
  8.  Arthur LEE

Notes


The Stafford line of Lees. Educated at Oxford, ENG. Colonel of Horse of Westmoreland, Northumberland, and Stafford. Member of the Council and Burgess. 1704 VA Rent Rolls.


"Richard Lee, Jr. was the second son of Richard Lee, the immigrant, and Anna, his wife, and the eldest son to leave male descendants in Virginia. He was born in 1647, probably at "Paradise," in Gloucester county, but afterwards went to Westmoreland and made his home at "Mount Pleasant," on the Potomac river. He was sent to England to be educated and became a student at Oxford. One of his grandsons wrote of him that "he was so clever that some great men offered to promote him to the highest dignities in the Church if his father would let him stay in England; but this offer was refused, as the old Gentleman was determined to fix all his children in Virginia. * * * Richard spent almost his whole life in study, and usually wrote his notes in Greek, Hebrew or Latin * * * so that he neither diminished nor improved his paternal estate. * * * He was of the Council in Virginia and also other offices of honor and profit, though they yielded little to him.


" In the proclamation made by "Nat Bacon," the rebel, concerning the grievances of "ye Commonality" against the royalist, Gov. Berkeley, Richard Lee is mentioned as one of the governor's "wicked and pernicious councell" who were commanded to surrender or be seized as "Trayters to ye King and Country." The official report to the English government regarding those who had suffered by Bacon's rebellion, made in March, 1677-78, described "Major Richard Lee" as "a Loyall. Discreet Person worthy of the Place to which hec was lately advanced of being one of his Majesties Council in Virginia."


The second Richard Lee was a burgess in 1677 and perhaps earlier. He was a councillor in 1676, 1680-83, 1688, 1692-98 and possibly later. In 1691, out of a scruple of conscience arising from his attachment to the Stuarts and refusal to acknowledge the claim of William and Mary to the crown, Richard Lee, together with Isaac Allerton and John Armistead, refused to take the oaths, and he was therefore dropped from the council. In the following year, however, his name again appears on the records as a member of that body. According to a list of colonial officers, dated June 8, 1699, "Richard Lee, Esqr.," had been appointed by "Sir Edm.: Andros, Governor, &c., to be naval Officer and Receiver of Virginia Dutys for the River Potomac, in which is included Westmoreland, Northumberland and Stafford Counties."


In 1680 he was spoken of as "Coll. Richard Lee, of the horse in ye Counties of Westmoreland, Northumberland and Stafford." It was probably sometime in the year 1674 that Col. Lee married Laetitia, eldest daughter of Henry and Alice (Eltonhead) Corbin. She was buried beside him in the family burying ground at "Mt. Pleasant," beneath a white marble tombstone bearing an elaborate Latin inscription. Col. Lee died on March 12, 1714."


"II. Richard Lee((2)) (Richard((1))), son of Col. Richard Lee and Anna -, his wife; b. 1647, at Paradise, in Gloucester Co.; d. March 12, 1714 at his home, Mt. Pleasant, in Westmoreland Co., Va. Married (about 1674) Laetitia, the eldest daughter of Henry Corbin and Alice Eltonhead, his wife. Laetitia b. 1657; d. October 6, 1706. Their tombstone is still to be seen at "Mt. Pleasant"; it is a very large slab of hard white marble. The inscription has been almost effaced, which is not to be wondered at, as it has been exposed to the weather for more than one hundred and eighty years. ("Old Churches and Families," II, p. 152, Bishop Meade, Richard Lee's will, "Lee of Virginia," pp. 78-79.)."




[S1708] [S2095]

[118865]
b. New Poquoson, York Co. VA


                                                              _JOHN LEE Esq._____________+
                                                             | (1530 - 1605) m 1553      
                               _JOHN LEE ____________________|
                              | (1590 - ....) m 1616         |
                              |                              |_JOYCE (Jocata) ROMNEY ____+
                              |                                (1529 - 1609) m 1553      
 _Richard LEE "the immigrant"_|
| (1613 - 1664) m 1641        |
|                             |                               _EDWARD HANCOCK Of Twining_+
|                             |                              | (1560 - 1621)             
|                             |_JANE HANCOCK ________________|
|                               (1580 - 1638) m 1616         |
|                                                            |_Alice JEFFREYS ___________
|                                                              (1559 - ....)             
|
|--Richard LEE 
|  (1647 - 1714)
|                                                             ___________________________
|                                                            |                           
|                              _Richard OWEN "the immigrant"_|
|                             | (1590 - ....)                |
|                             |                              |___________________________
|                             |                                                          
|_Anne CONSTABLE OWEN? _______|
  (1615 - 1706) m 1641        |
                              |                               ___________________________
                              |                              |                           
                              |______________________________|
                                                             |
                                                             |___________________________
                                                                                         

Sources

[S2095]

[S765]

[S912]

[S965]

[S1302]

[S1708]

[S1615]

[S2095]

[S1708]

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George IV PLATER

1766 - 1802

ID Number: I60224

  • RESIDENCE: Sotterley's St. Mary's Co. MD
  • BIRTH: 1766, Sotterley's St. Mary's Co. MD
  • DEATH: 1802, Sotterley's St. Mary's Co. MD
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2239]
Father: George III PLATER Gov. of Maryland
Mother: Elizabeth ROUSBY


Family 1 :
  1.  George V PLATER

                                                                   _George I PLATER ____
                                                                  | (1670 - ....)       
                                      _George II PLATER __________|
                                     | (1695 - 1755) m 1729       |
                                     |                            |_Anne BURFORD _______
                                     |                              (1670 - ....)       
 _George III PLATER Gov. of Maryland_|
| (1735 - 1792)                      |
|                                    |                             _Thomas ADDISON _____+
|                                    |                            | (1679 - 1727) m 1701
|                                    |_Rebecca Tasker ADDISON ____|
|                                      (1703 - 1742) m 1729       |
|                                                                 |_Elizabeth TASKER ___+
|                                                                   (1686 - 1706) m 1701
|
|--George IV PLATER 
|  (1766 - 1802)
|                                                                  _____________________
|                                                                 |                     
|                                     _John ROUSBY of Rousby Hall_|
|                                    | (.... - 1781)              |
|                                    |                            |_____________________
|                                    |                                                  
|_Elizabeth ROUSBY __________________|
  (1751 - ....)                      |
                                     |                             _____________________
                                     |                            |                     
                                     |_Ann FRESBY ________________|
                                       (1720 - 1793)              |
                                                                  |_____________________
                                                                                        

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Dally PRIDGEN

ABT 1875 - ____

ID Number: I44303

  • RESIDENCE: Duplin Co. NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1875
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1169]
Father: Leonidas "Harper" PRIDGEN
Mother: Mary Penelope LOFTIN



                                                     _Jesse R. PRIDGEN _______+
                                                    | (1777 - 1823) m 1799    
                              _Robert Gray PRIDGEN _|
                             | (1801 - 1869)        |
                             |                      |_Sarah "Sally" WILLIAMS _+
                             |                        (1785 - 1823) m 1799    
 _Leonidas "Harper" PRIDGEN _|
| (1843 - 1935) m 1874       |
|                            |                       _Simon BRUTON ___________
|                            |                      | (1780 - ....)           
|                            |_Eleanor BRUTON ______|
|                              (1806 - 1892)        |
|                                                   |_Tiercy LAYNE ___________
|                                                     (1780 - ....)           
|
|--Dally PRIDGEN 
|  (1875 - ....)
|                                                    _________________________
|                                                   |                         
|                             _Samuel LOFTIN _______|
|                            | (1820 - ....)        |
|                            |                      |_________________________
|                            |                                                
|_Mary Penelope LOFTIN ______|
  (1850 - ....) m 1874       |
                             |                       _________________________
                             |                      |                         
                             |______________________|
                                                    |
                                                    |_________________________
                                                                              

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William Henry PYEATT

11 Jul 1852 - 29 Oct 1941

ID Number: I62594

  • RESIDENCE: Washington Co. AR and Johnson Co. Amarillo, TX
  • BIRTH: 11 Jul 1852, Cane Hill, Washington Co. Arkansas
  • DEATH: 29 Oct 1941, Amarillo, Texas
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2162] [S2908]
Father: John Henry PYEATT C.S.A.
Mother: Sarah Ann MAXWELL


Family 1 : Lucetta Ann "Johnnie" GATEWOOD
  1.  Chester Arthur PYEATT
  2.  Maud Lena PYEATT
  3.  infant PYEATT
  4.  Mary Alice PYEATT
  5.  John Dudley PYEATT
  6.  Robert Edward PYEATT
  7.  William Henry PYEATT Jr.
  8.  James Clarence PYEATT
  9.  Finis Ewing PYEATT
  10.  Infant PYEATT

Notes


"Pyeatt Family history compiled primarily by Lonnie B. Sweeney, daughter of Mary Alice Pyeatt Sweeney. Lonnie B. is also a 1st cousin to the children of John Dudley Pyeatt, and to Robbie Nell Springer. The Pyeatt Family history shows Johnnie Gatewood Pyeatt's name as Lucetta Ann "Johnnie" Gatewood Pyeatt, but does not identify the source of the nickname."


                                                       _James PYEATT _________________________________+
                                                      | (1768 - 1837) m 1791                          
                            _Andrew Finley PYEATT ____|
                           | (1801 - 1837) m 1824     |
                           |                          |_Catherine FINLEY _____________________________+
                           |                            (1756 - 1818) m 1791                          
 _John Henry PYEATT C.S.A._|
| (1829 - 1889) m 1851     |
|                          |                           _John B. CARNAHAN _____________________________+
|                          |                          | (1756 - 1838) m 1788                          
|                          |_Martha "Patsy" CARNAHAN _|
|                            (1792 - 1852) m 1824     |
|                                                     |_Janet BILLINGSLEY ____________________________
|                                                       (1770 - 1832) m 1788                          
|
|--William Henry PYEATT 
|  (1852 - 1941)
|                                                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) MAXWELL of VA & TN & GA & LA_
|                                                     |                                               
|                           _William MAXWELL _________|
|                          | (1785 - 1855)            |
|                          |                          |_______________________________________________
|                          |                                                                          
|_Sarah Ann MAXWELL _______|
  (1832 - 1902) m 1851     |
                           |                           _John BILLINGSLEY _____________________________+
                           |                          | (1770 - 1827) m 1792                          
                           |_Ann Rae BILLINGSLEY _____|
                             (1800 - ....)            |
                                                      |_Martha BLAIR _________________________________+
                                                        (1776 - 1860) m 1792                          

Sources

[S2162]

[S2908]


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Thomas TAYLOR

1650 - Jun 1716

ID Number: I21528

  • RESIDENCE: Northumberland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1650, Charles City Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: Jun 1716
  • RESOURCES: See: [S721] [S1956] [S2499] [S2513]
Father: John TAYLOR II "the Immigrant"
Mother: Alice GASKINS\GASCOIGNE


Family 1 : Elizabeth THERIATT
Family 2 : Elizabeth Ann JONES

Notes


2 Thomas Taylor b: 1650 d: Jun 1716 + Elizabeth Jones + Elizabeth Therriatt d: abt 1746.
Children by Therriatt:
2 John Taylor b: ABT. 1666
2 Thomas Taylor b: ABT. 1668 d: BEF. 2 JAN 1744 + Eva
2 Martha Taylor b: ABT. 1670 + Miller
2 Elizabeth Taylor b: ABT. 1672 + Flowers
2 Ana Taylor b: ABT. 1674 + George Ball
2 Sarah Taylor b: ABT. 1676 + John Dameron b: ABT. 1674
2 Therriat Taylor b: ABT. 1678
Children by Jones:
2 Thomas Jr. Taylor d: 1726
2 Benjamin Taylor d: 1776
2 James Taylor
2 Dorothy Taylor b: 1681
2 Thomas Taylor b: 1718 d: 9 OCT 1773 + Penelope Goodwyn b: 1711 d: 1780
2 Elizabeth Taylor b: 1708 d: BEF. 1747 + John Sr. Chambless
2 Katherine Taylor b: 1714 + Edward Jr. Holloway + Hobbs

[S1956]


                                                                             _Thomas TAYLOR II____+
                                                                            | (1573 - 1618) m 1599
                                  _John TAYLOR I "the Immigrant"____________|
                                 | (1607 - 1651) m 1637                     |
                                 |                                          |_Margaret SWINDERBY _+
                                 |                                            (1578 - 1672) m 1599
 _John TAYLOR II "the Immigrant"_|
| (1627 - 1702) m 1650           |
|                                |                                           _____________________
|                                |                                          |                     
|                                |_Elizabeth________________________________|
|                                  (1610 - 1659) m 1637                     |
|                                                                           |_____________________
|                                                                                                 
|
|--Thomas TAYLOR 
|  (1650 - 1716)
|                                                                            _HENRY GASCOIGNE ____+
|                                                                           | (1556 - ....) m 1589
|                                 _THOMAS GASKINS\GASCOIGNE "the immigrant"_|
|                                | (1601 - 1663) m 1624                     |
|                                |                                          |_Anna HOBBS _________+
|                                |                                            (1569 - ....) m 1589
|_Alice GASKINS\GASCOIGNE _______|
  (1628 - 1702) m 1650           |
                                 |                                           _____________________
                                 |                                          |                     
                                 |_Elizabeth GAMBLING ______________________|
                                   (1610 - 1665) m 1624                     |
                                                                            |_____________________
                                                                                                  

Sources

[S721]

[S1956]

[S2499]

[S2513]

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Robert Houston Thomas WARE

18 Jun 1868 - AFT 1928

ID Number: I46673

  • RESIDENCE: Heard Co. GA
  • BIRTH: 18 Jun 1868
  • DEATH: AFT 1928
  • RESOURCES: See: [S909]
Father: James Britton WARE of Georgia C.S.A.
Mother: Sarah Margaret Tabitha SIMMS


Family 1 : Julia Valena DAVIS

Notes


Children: Thomas Alvin, Jesse (JR) Rigdon, Alva Eunice, William Ray.


                                                                _Henry WARE Jr.______+
                                                               | (1756 - 1807) m 1783
                                        _John Mims WARE Sr.____|
                                       | (1788 - 1838) m 1811  |
                                       |                       |_Winifred MIMS ______+
                                       |                         (1760 - 1812) m 1783
 _James Britton WARE of Georgia C.S.A._|
| (1830 - 1918) m 1849                 |
|                                      |                        _Mathew STURDIVANT __
|                                      |                       | (1760 - 1803)       
|                                      |_Lucy STURDIVANT ______|
|                                        (1790 - 1869) m 1811  |
|                                                              |_Tabitha TOMLINSON __
|                                                                (1771 - ....)       
|
|--Robert Houston Thomas WARE 
|  (1868 - 1928)
|                                                               _Robert SIMMS _______+
|                                                              | (1760 - 1815)       
|                                       _John SIMMS ___________|
|                                      | (1782 - 1863) m 1816  |
|                                      |                       |_Sarah DICKINSON ____+
|                                      |                         (1762 - ....)       
|_Sarah Margaret Tabitha SIMMS ________|
  (1833 - 1916) m 1849                 |
                                       |                        _____________________
                                       |                       |                     
                                       |_Comfort Grace MATTOX _|
                                         (1795 - 1880) m 1816  |
                                                               |_____________________
                                                                                     

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