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Susannah Wright BOWMAN

5 Apr 1790 - 1849

ID Number: I37473

  • RESIDENCE: Shenandoah Co. VA and KY
  • BIRTH: 5 Apr 1790
  • DEATH: 1849
  • RESOURCES: See: DAR ID 104762 [S828]
Father: Isaac BOWMAN
Mother: Elizabeth GATEWOOD


Family 1 : William Hervey RICHARDSON
  1.  Susan A. RICHARDSON

                                                       _________________________________________________
                                                      |                                                 
                       _George BOWMAN "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1709 - 1768) m 1729          |
                      |                               |_________________________________________________
                      |                                                                                 
 _Isaac BOWMAN _______|
| (1757 - 1826) m 1782|
|                     |                                _John (Jost, Hans Justus) HITE I "the immigrant"_
|                     |                               | (1685 - 1760) m 1704                            
|                     |_Maria Elizabeth "Mary" HITE __|
|                       (1708 - 1768) m 1729          |
|                                                     |_Anna Marie MERCKLIN ____________________________+
|                                                       (1687 - 1738) m 1704                            
|
|--Susannah Wright BOWMAN 
|  (1790 - 1849)
|                                                      _John GATEWOOD III_______________________________+
|                                                     | (1700 - 1762) m 1730                            
|                      _Philip GATEWOOD ______________|
|                     | (1737 - 1793) m 1760          |
|                     |                               |_Frances COX ____________________________________+
|                     |                                 (1711 - 1776) m 1730                            
|_Elizabeth GATEWOOD _|
  (1764 - 1790) m 1782|
                      |                                _George WRIGHT __________________________________+
                      |                               | (1700 - 1770)                                   
                      |_Susannah WRIGHT ______________|
                        (1740 - 1823) m 1760          |
                                                      |_Elizabeth MCGEHEE ______________________________+
                                                        (1700 - 1775)                                   

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James Presley BRAKEFIELD SR

____ - 1945

ID Number: I14698

  • RESIDENCE: Limestone Co. AL
  • DEATH: 1945, KIA WWII
  • RESOURCES: See: [S411]

Family 1 : Sarah Elizabeth HARRISON
  1. +Margaret Elizabeth BRAKEFIELD
  2. +James Presley BRAKEFIELD JR

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John BURNLEY

ABT 1750 - ____

ID Number: I104722

  • RESIDENCE: Louisa Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2106]

Family 1 : Susannah CRENSHAW

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Elizabeth CHERIE

____ - ____

ID Number: I1713

Father: THOMAS CHERIE
Mother: Elizabeth



                                             _JEAN (Or John) CHERIE _+
                                            | (.... - 1412)          
                       _JOHN CHERIE ________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |________________________
                      |                                              
 _THOMAS CHERIE ______|
| (.... - 1588)       |
|                     |                      ________________________
|                     |                     |                        
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |________________________
|                                                                    
|
|--Elizabeth CHERIE 
|  
|                                            ________________________
|                                           |                        
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |________________________
|                     |                                              
|_Elizabeth___________|
                      |
                      |                      ________________________
                      |                     |                        
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |________________________
                                                                     

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Narcissa E. GAINES

Mar 1854 - ____

ID Number: I62677

  • RESIDENCE: St. Clair Co. AL
  • BIRTH: Mar 1854, St. Clair Co. ALabama
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2369]
Father: Marshall Travis GAINES
Mother: Nancy LEE


Family 1 : William Washington SCOTT
  1. +George Rufus SCOTT

                                                  _(RESEARCH QUERY) GAINES _
                                                 |                          
                           _William GAINES ______|
                          | (1789 - ....)        |
                          |                      |__________________________
                          |                                                 
 _Marshall Travis GAINES _|
| (1831 - 1898) m 1851    |
|                         |                       __________________________
|                         |                      |                          
|                         |_Sarah BIGBY _________|
|                           (1793 - 1856)        |
|                                                |__________________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Narcissa E. GAINES 
|  (1854 - ....)
|                                                 _Needham LEE _____________+
|                                                | (1773 - 1820)            
|                          _William Carroll LEE _|
|                         | (1796 - 1886) m 1829 |
|                         |                      |_Susan BAILEY ____________+
|                         |                        (1774 - 1830)            
|_Nancy LEE ______________|
  (1833 - 1854) m 1851    |
                          |                       __________________________
                          |                      |                          
                          |_Dorcas LITTLEFIELD __|
                            (1811 - 1863) m 1829 |
                                                 |__________________________
                                                                            

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(RESEARCH QUERY) MARR of Amherst Co. VA

____ - ____

ID Number: I60307

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: notes

Family 1 :
  1. +John MARR "the Immigrant"
  2. +Alexander MARR "the Immigrant"
  3.  James MARR
  4.  Margaret MARR
  5.  John Quincy MARR C.S.A.

Notes


Loose Marr in my database need kinship. please write jbass@digital.net

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John NEAL (O'NEAL)

ABT 1665 - ABT 1747

ID Number: I85452

  • RESIDENCE: Calvert Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1665, Calvert Co. Maryland
  • DEATH: ABT 1747
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3157]

Family 1 : LAMAR
  1. +Peter NEAL (O'NEAL)
  2.  William NEAL (O'NEAL)

Notes


"Aka: Jo OWNEILL. WILL of JOHN NEALE, Planter of Charles Co. MD Vol. III, p. 272
Made 5 Oct 1733; Probated 5 Nov 1733
To Son JOHN, 50 A. beginning on east side, and ending on south side of Clarks Branch, called Neale's Chance or Choice.
To Dau. MARGARET SCOTT; 1 metal Kettle, 3 qyrs size, and one milled shilling.
To Son WILLIAM; two draught horses (Giles and Dunn).
To son BARTON; one iron pot, holding 2 1/2 gal.
To Son DANIEL; one feather bed and furniture when he is 19 years old. With whatever else he gets to be equally divided among his children: William, Barton, John, Charles, Daniel, Benjamin, Zachariah, Jacob, and Catherine; all to be left for themselves at the age of 16 years.
His sons, William and John to be joint executors.
Will witnessed by: Thomas Reeves, John Jones, and Brien Flinn.


This could possibly be our John O'Neale. In Peter Lemare's will, note that Peter mentions his wife, his three minor daughters, his son-in-law and Grandson. He never mentions his daughter who married John O'Neale. I believe this to mean that in 1694 John was a widower, with a young son. He probably remarried at some time and could have had the children mentioned in the will above with a second wife."


We don't know very much about John. We're not even sure if he was our original immigrant ancestor. We don't know when John was born or when he died. Nor do we know where John was born and died. The dates shown for him are merely placeholders to provide a timeframe for our research. The only information we have about John was provided by the will of Peter Lemare. In the will Peter mentions his son in law, John O'Neale and his grandson Peter O'Neale. The fact that Peter Lemare did not mention his daughter leads me to belive that his daughter was dead in 1693 when the will was written. Thus John was a widower with a minor child in 1693. Perhaps John moved to Charles County. In 1712 we find a John Neale living there, with a wife and some children, among them a child named William. By this time Peter was grown and living at Crackbone. This John lived until 1733 and in his will he names the following children: William, Barton, John, Charles, Daniel, Benjamin, Zachariah, Jacob, and Catherine; All these names were common in the O'Neal family for many, many generations.
See research notes for more information.


(Research):We find out about John in the will of his Father-in-Law, Peter Lemare. It reads as follows. The Will of Peter Lemare, Transcribed from a Photocopy of the original will By Bev Crow, John W. O'Neal, II 1/29/2002 On record at The Annapolis Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland Will book 2, -- folios 301-302.


1693: Peter Lemar and John Oneal were listed as owing the estate of Henry Brent, CA. Admin.: Richard Marsham. Note: 5/28/1703: Admin. accts. of Henry Brent, CA. List of bad debts: Peter Lamar (dead). John Oneal (runaway).


Abstacts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants Volume Two: 1666 - 1695 by Nell Marion Nugent 1977 WM. YOUNG 1000 acres. Staff Co., in the freshes of Potomack Riv., 6 Oct. 1669. p.244 . At the mouth of the Island Cr. being the N.br. of Poehick Cr; &c. Trans. of 20 pers: Eliz. Crouch (or Crench), Hen. Bayly, Nevet Howlet, Jno. Savage, Joseph Thomas, Geo. Ambrose, Ja. Reynolds, Tho. Reynolds, Danl.browne, Tho Sheere , Ana. Burson, Saml. Sadler, Jno. Oneale......



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William (Pettypool) POOL II

1662 - 14 Mar 1725

ID Number: I98056

  • RESIDENCE: England and Prince George Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1662, London Co., England
  • DEATH: 14 Mar 1725, Prince George Co. Virginia [486642]
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:MWH9-9T) [S3562]
Father: William (Pettipool) POOL I "the Immigrant"
Mother: Ann PHARAM SMITH


Family 1 : Elizabeth TUCKER
  1. +William (Pettypool) POOL III

Notes


William Pettypool[2] (of William[1] ) (died 1726) married Elizabeth.


"More than one-half century later, in 1720, it was probably William[1] and Ann Smith's son, our William Pettypool[2] who proved a Henrico County, Virginia deed (1) of Charles Russell to John Bolling (1720) in which "He says he knew said Russell in Virginia and that he is same person who married the widow of John Davis." These records may refer to the same John Davis of York County, Virginia, who was the master of William and Ann Smith Pettypool. A Richard Smith and a second John Davis were on the jury for the theft incident in York County, Virginia in 1661. John Davis died in c1764, and his wife, Mary remarried to Thomas Holder who died soon thereafter in c1768.


January Court 1720
William Pettipool proves deed from Oct. 1720 of Charles Russell to John Bolling. He says he knew said Russell in Virginia and that he is same person who married the widow of John Davis.


June Court 1721
Richard Smith proves deed of Oct. 1720 of Charles Russell to John Bolling.


December Court 1721
John Evans proves deed of Oct. 1720 from Charles Russell to John Bolling. Bolling says that when deed was made Russell was a resident of South Carolina.


William Pettypool[2] was on a grand jury (2) in 1694 and the militia in 1701 in Charles City County, Virginia (3).


Charles City County Militia List c1701/1702, Dragoons _
Captain Joseph Wynn William Coxsy Richard Masy [Massey] Thompson Staple
Lieutenant Peter Jones George Crooke James Matthews John Tally
Cornet Robert Hix Batt Crowder Henry Mitchell Edward Tatem
Sargent James Lundy William Frost John Mitchell Natt Tatem, Sr.
Sargent John More Gabriel Harrison Patrick Mitchell Thomas Thoeoer, Sr
Sargent Isaac Hall John Gillum, Jr. Edward Murrell John Tucker
Sargent John Lovesy Samuel Harwell Daniel Nance Joseph Tucker
Henry Ally, Jr John Hill, Jr. John Oliver James Vaughan
Thomas Burge Richard Hudson William Raines Samuel Vaughan
William Butler Ralph Jackson Henry Reed Thomas Willingham
John Clarke Henry King Edward Parram William Wells
John Clay John Lasenby William Pettipoll John Woodliefe, Jr
John Cliburn Francis Mabery William Raines
William Coleman William Mallone George Spell


Richard Smith and John Evans lived in Prince George County which was formed from Charles City County, as noted by Quit Rent Rolls.


1704 Quit Rents, Prince George County, Virginia
___ Richard Smith
___ Henry King
___ Jno Evans
___ George Tilliman
___ Jno Tilliman
___ Robert Munford
___ Ephraim Parham
___ Richard Jones



William Pettypool, along with Capt. John Evans (b.1671 - d. 1713, married Sarah Batte), Col. Robert Munford (married Elizabeth Kennon), Capt. Richard Jones, and Richard Smith, were Indian Traders. William Pettypool, John Evans and Richard Smith took out trading licenses in the Colony of Carolina.


March 22d. 1710-11_ Rec'd from John Wright Esqr, Agent,__ Twenty One Bonds for Sundry Indian Traders to take out Licences-----Wm. Dettypoole [sic],_ Thomas Edwards & Henry Tally of Virginia yr. Bond---cwh, listed as partners in bond
Mr. Goer & Britts_______ Bond
Wm. Canteyes_____________ Do.
Nath. Caines_____________ Do.
John Pights______________ Do.
Cards, Sheels, & Wiggins_ Do.
John Moores______________ Do.
Ricd. Prices_____________ Do.
Trumbals & Richardsons___ Do.
Holford, Peiree, & Giffen Do.
Weaver & Chester_________ Do.
Graves & Cundy___________ Do.
Card & Weavers Bond for Three Indians yt. trade for them
Long thurston & Warrin__ Bond
Cornelius LeMotts_______ Bond
Benj. Clees_____________ Bond
Wm. Bannisters__________ Bond
Dicksons Bond for ye time he Traded wth.out a License
Nathaniel Evans of Virginia his Bond
Ricd. Smith & George Smith of Virginia their Bond
David Crawly John Evans & Ricd Jones of Virginia their bond


These traders not only went into the Carolinas, but also were apparently active in the local Indian trade. The native people in southside Virginia at this time were the Saponi, the Ocaneeche, the Eno, and the Tutelo, part of the eastern Siouan speaking tribes. The Treaty of Fort Christianna on 27 February 1713 led to an era of settlement where these Indians lived at Fort Christianna, including a 36 square mile area set aside for them, located in what is now Brunswick County (4)._ Richard Smith helped to build Christianna (5).



George II. To all know ye that for diverss good causes & considerations but more specialty for and in consideration of diverss services performed toward making the new settlement for the Saponi Indians at Christ Anna persuant to a treaty with that Nation We have given granted and confirmed and by these presents for us our heirs and successors do give grant and confirm unto Richard Smith of Isle of Wight County one certain tract or parcel of land containing three hundred and ninety acres lying and being on the south side of the Meherrin River in the county aforesaid (and being part of that tract of land whereon the said Indians lately dwelt and which they have surrendered to us in exchange for a like quantity of land which we have assigned them at the aforesaid place of Christ Anna) and bounded followeth, to wit, Beginning at a pine in the Sapone old field a corner of Edward Brantley...In witness & witness our trusty and beloved Alexander Spotswood out Lt. Governor at Williamsburgh under the seal of our said Colony the twentieth day of February one thousand seven hundred and nineteen in the sixth year of our Reign.
A. Spotswood


William Pettypool lived about 20 miles northeast of Fort Christianna on Mocossoneck (Monk's Neck) Creek. Other Indian Traders, namely Richard Smith and Roger Tillman, lived on adjacent land on Monk's Neck Creek. In 1711 William had 65 acres surveyed on the south side of Monk's Neck Creek, which was adjacent to land he leased to Joseph Stroud in 1711, in Prince George County (formed from Charles City County in 1703) (6).


1689 April 20 Virginia Patent Book 7, pp. 707-708, Charles City County; Roger Tilman, 1060 acres on south side of Appomattox River at a place named Moncus-a-neak Creek, adjoining Thomas Lot.


1690 April 20 Virginia Patent Book 8, p. 824, Charles City County; Henry King & Thomas Parham, 840 acres on south side of Moncusaneak Creek, adjoining Roger Tyllman.


1701 October 24 Virginia Patent Book_ 9, pp. 381-382, Charles City County; Richard Smith, 550 acres on south side of Moncus Neck Creek at Cattail Branch, adjoining Roger Tilman, John Herbert.


1711 A List of all surveys made in Prince George county from June 1710 to June 10, 1712 by Robert Bolling, Surveyor: March 5, 1711 for William Pettyool on south side of Maccosonock Creek adjacent to his own land, 65 acres


1711 William Pettypoole and Elizabeth of Bristol Parish, Prince George County to Joseph Stroud of same, lease to Stroud, 70 acres on south side of Monkosaneck Creek, bounded by David Williams, for three years; 11 Jun 1711; Signed William (M) Pettypoole, Eliz (C) Pettypoole; witnesses: Richard Smith, Fran. Mallory; recorded 10 July 1711


1717 July 15 Patent Book 10, p. 337, Prince George County; Thomas Parrum, 54 acres on south side of Mocosoneck Creek at Glany's Quarter Branch.


1717 Patent Book No. 10. Richard Smith Senior, 83 ares of new land, Prince George County, on south side of Moccosoneck Creek, adjoining his own land & land of Parrum & Smith; 15 July 1717, p. 339.


Prince George County, Virginia Surveyor's Book, 1711-1724.
p. 81. Maj. Thomas Parrum, 51 ares, 6 March 1711, on south side Moccosoneck Creek, next to Glanceys Quarter Branch
p. 83. Richard Smith, Sr 370 1/2 acres 16 April 1712, on south side of Sappone Creek.
p. 83. Capt. John Evans, 175 acres, 5 March 1711/12, on south side of Stony Creek, next to his land formerly surveyed.
p. 86. Thomas Parrum, 200 acres, surveyed for Parrum on south side of Sappone Creek adjoining Capt. Robert Munford, 15 April 1712. Ordered to Robert Abernathy.


William Pettypoole Sr was a legatee in the 1717 will of Thomas Parham, who left the above 51 acres of land on Mocassoneck Creek to William Pettypool Sr. (7). Thomas Parrham's mother, Susannah Tillman (died c1716), married first to Thomas Parham, Sr. and second to Roger Tillman (died c1690) (8). Susannah's son, George Tillman, witnessed the will of William[2] Pettypool in 1721. The relationship of the Parhams and Tillmans to William [2] Pettypool is unclear.


William Pettypool patented 242 acres on Monk's Neck Creek in 1717 and 1724 (9,10):


William Pettypoole, 65 acres of new land in Prince George County, on south side of Moccosoneck Creek, adjoining his own, formerly Henry King's land; 15 Jul 1717


Let all know ye that for divers & good causes and _____ but _ especially for and in consideration of the sum of Twenty shillings of good and lawful money for a receipt paid to our Receiver General of Our Provinces in this our Colony & Dominion of Virginia. We have given granted and ___ and by therefore profers for us our heirs and ___ do give grant and Confirm unto William Pettypool of Prince George County but a certain Tract or parcell of land containing one hundred and seventy seven acres and lying and being in the Said County on the Lower side of Glancys Quarter Branch adjoining his old land and __ as follows, to wit, Beginning at a Gum on Glancy's Quarter thence along his old line South thirty nine degrees East sixty poles to his old corner red oak thence South twenty three degrees West one hundred and fifty one poles to his old corner pine thence East twenty one degrees South fifty two poles to a corner hickory thence West forty four degrees South ninety five poles to a corner shrub white oak thence North thirty three degrees west one hundred and thirty six poles to a corner red oak and hickory thence North thirty five degrees east thirty two poles to a corner alongside the watercourse of Glancys Quarter thence down the same as it meanders to the beginning. With all & To have hold...in witness our Trusty and well beloved Hugh Drysdale Esqr our Lord Gov'er...the ninth day of July one thousand seven hundred & twenty four... [Robert Bolling, surveyor for William Pettypool, Sr; 17 Nov 1722]


William Pettypool's will, dated 09/13/1721 in Prince George County, named wife, Elizabeth, sons William[3] and Seth[3], and daughters Anne[3] Massey and Mary[3] Broadway (11).


In the Name of God, Amen. The last Will and Testament of William Pettypool, who is now weak in Body but of Sound and Perfect memory, blessed be God for this his unspeakable mercy to me, I do make void and revoke all former Wills, as Verbal and written, and do make this my Last_ Will and Testament. First, I bequeath my Soul into the hands of Almighty God, and my Body to be interred after the manner of my Executrix, and what small Estate the Lord hath pleased to loan me, in manner and form as follows:


Item: I give and bequeath unto my Son William, two Cows and half my wearing clothes, and one grey colt called Derrick.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my Son Seth, two Cows, three pounds one Shilling which is due to me, and half my wearing clothes, and one Long Gun, and one grey mare and Foal.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Anne Mercy, two cows, and one Sorrell mare called Fancy.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Mary Broadway, one cow and one Horse called Boy, and three pounds four Shillings.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my Grandson William Mercy, the Land I bought from John Stroud, to him and his heirs forever.
Item:_ I give and bequeath unto my Granddaughter Martha Mercy, all the remainder of my Land after my Wife's decease, to her and her heirs forever.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my Loving Wife - Elizabeth Pettypool, all the Remainder of my Estate both goods and chattles, within and without during her Life and my Indian Woman then to be Free, and all the rest that is left after my said Wife is dead, to my Granddaughter Martha Mercy.
I do hereby Constitute and appoint my Loving Wife my whole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament. In witness hereof I have set my hand and seal this 13th day of September, 1721
Signed: William (W) Pettypool
Witness: George Tillman, John Patteson, William (W) Gent


March March 14, 1726. Elizabeth Pettypool refused burthen of executrix and William Pettypool, Jr. was made executor.


The birthdates of William[2] and Elizabeth Pettypool's children have not been documented. William bequeathed land on Monk's Neck Creek to grandson William Massey, and "the remainder of my land" to granddaughter Martha Massey "after my wife's death". William and Anne Massey's parents, Richard and Anne[3] Pettypool Massey, also purchased land from Joseph Stroud on Monk's Neck Creek in 1724 (12).


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References Cited


(1) Henrico County, Virginia Deeds 1706-1737, pp. 57, 119, 152, In: Weisiger BB III (1985) Henrico County, Virginia Deeds 1706-1733, Richmond, VA, pp. 169, 170, 172.


(2) Charles City County, Virginia Court Order Book 1687-1695, p. 521, In: Weisiger BB III (1980) Charles City County, Virginia Court Orders 1678-1695, Richmond, VA, p. 185.


(3) Bockstruck, LD (1988) Virginia's Colonial Soldiers, Genealogical Publishing. County, Baltimore, MD, p. 215; Journal of the Commissioners of the Indian Trade of South Carolina September 20, 1710 - April 12, 1715, Edited by A.S. Salley, Jr., Secretary of the Historical Commission of South Carolina.


(4) Calendar of Virginia State Papers and Other Manuscripts, William Palmer, ed., Commonwealth of Virginia, 1875, pp. 168-169.


(5) Virginia Patent Book 10, pp. 458-459 [20 February 1719]


(6) Prince George County, Virginia Ledger Book B, p. 50, In: Weisiger BB III (1992) Prince George County, Virginia Wills & Deeds, 1710-1713, Richmond, VA, p. 8; Prince George County, Virginia Record Book Part V, p. 749, In: Weisiger BB III (1973) Prince George County, Virginia Wills & Deeds, 1713-1728, Richmond, VA, p. 90.


(7) Prince George County, Virginia Record Book Part II, p. 168-169, In: Weisiger BB III (1973), Prince George County, Virginia Wills & Deeds, 1713-1728, Richmond, VA, p. 22.


(8) Boddie JB (1957) Kendrick of Gloucester, Co, Viginia and North Carolina, In: Historical Southern Families, vol. I, Genealogical. Publishing. Co, Baltimore, MD, p. 38.


(9) Virginia Land Patent Book 10, p. 338 [Prince George County], In: Nugent NM (1979) Cavaliers and Pioneers. Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1769-1732, vol. 3, Virginia State Library, Richmond, VA, p. 195.


(10) Prince George County, Virginia Record Book Part V, p.760, In: Weisiger BB III (1973) Prince George County, Virginia Wills & Deeds, 1713-1728, Richmond, VA, p. 97; Virginia Land Patent Book 12, p. 62 [Prince George County], In: Nugent NM (1979) Cavaliers and Pioneers. Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1769-1732, vol. 3, Virginia State Library, Richmond, VA, p. 269.


(11) Prince George County, Virginia Record Book Part VI, p. 972, In: Weisiger BB III (1973), Prince George County, Virginia Wills and Deeds 1713-1728, Richmond, VA, pp. 128-129.


(12) Prince George County, Virginia Record Book Part V, pp. 766-768, In: Weisiger BB III (1973) Prince George County, Virginia Wills & Deeds, 1713-1728, Richmond, VA, p. 101."


Children:
2 Mary Pettypool + ? Broadway
2 Anne Pettypool + Richard Massey
2 Elizabeth Pettypool + Thomas Parham
2 William (#3) Pettypool b: 1700 d: bet 1783 - 1787 + Frances Talley b: abt 1700
2 Seth Pettypool b: 1702 d: 1773 Halifax Co, Virginia + Martha Ragsdale d: AFT. 1773


[486642]
BEF 14 MAR 1726


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 _William (Pettipool) POOL I "the Immigrant"_|
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|--William (Pettypool) POOL II
|  (1662 - 1725)
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|_Ann PHARAM SMITH __________________________|
  (1630 - ....)                              |
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John STANLEY Sr.

2 Nov 1783 - 24 Mar 1884

ID Number: I35103

  • RESIDENCE: Cedar Creek, Hanover Co. VA & 1805 Middleton, OH
  • BIRTH: 2 Nov 1783, King William Co. VA
  • DEATH: 24 Mar 1884, Columbiana Co. OH
  • RESOURCES: See: [S264] [S2117]
Father: Thomas STANLEY
Mother: Unity CREW


Family 1 : Mary Ann WOOLMAN
  1.  Clotilde STANLEY
Family 2 : Margaret BLACKBURN

Notes


1805, 10, 12 John gct Middleton MM, Ohio (clear).
Children:
2 Elizabeth Ann STANLEY b: 11 Sep 1831 d: 20 Jun 1864 + John T. COBBS b: 26 Aug 1829 or 23 May 1828 s/o Father: Ansalem COBBS b: 16 Apr 1799 in Caroline Co., Virginia
Mother: Ann COPPOCK b: 30 Jul 1801 in Ohio,
2 Unity STANLEY b: 12 May 1837 d: 15 Sep 1895 + Ansalem Lynch COBBS b: 7 Dec 1833 d: 6 May 1873 Father: Ansalem COBBS b: 16 Apr 1799 in Caroline Co., Virginia
Mother: Ann COPPOCK b: 30 Jul 1801 in Ohio.


Children:
CHLOTILDA STANLEY
DEBORAH STANLEY
UNITY STANLEY
JANE STANLEY
THOMAS H. STANLEY
SAMUEL STANLEY
JAMES STANLEY


[S2117]


                                                   _Thomas STANLEY II_____________+
                                                  | (1665 - 1733) m 1685          
                       _John STANLEY "The Eldest"_|
                      | (1691 - 1783) m 1744      |
                      |                           |_Anne? or Mary Holme?__________
                      |                             (1665 - 1703) m 1685          
 _Thomas STANLEY _____|
| (1752 - 1823) m 1780|
|                     |                            _Nicholas HUTCHINS (HUTCHENS) _
|                     |                           | (1680 - ....) m 1701          
|                     |_Martha HUTCHINS __________|
|                       (1709 - 1789) m 1744      |
|                                                 |_Mary WATKINS _________________+
|                                                   (1682 - 1736) m 1701          
|
|--John STANLEY Sr.
|  (1783 - 1884)
|                                                  _______________________________
|                                                 |                               
|                      _James CREW _______________|
|                     | (1735 - ....) m 1759      |
|                     |                           |_______________________________
|                     |                                                           
|_Unity CREW _________|
  (1760 - 1852) m 1780|
                      |                            _Benjamin HARRIS ______________+
                      |                           | (1698 - 1765) m 1737          
                      |_Judith HARRIS ____________|
                        (1739 - ....) m 1759      |
                                                  |_Sarah DUMAS __________________+
                                                    (1715 - 1780) m 1737          

Sources

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[S2117]

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Lillie Kathryn WHITELY

21 Oct 1875 - 21 Jul 1952

ID Number: I46756

  • RESIDENCE: Grayson Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 21 Oct 1875, Short Creek, Grayson Co. KY
  • DEATH: 21 Jul 1952, Leitchfield, Grayson Co. KY
  • BURIAL: New Hope Cem. Grayson Co. KY
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: RKJ5-09) [S1615] [S1692] [S3646] [S3666]
Father: John Wesley WHITELY Sr.
Mother: Calpurnia Cicero "Roie" WOOD


Family 1 : Henry MILLER
  1.  Eddie MILLER
  2. +Acie MILLER
  3.  Jonas MILLER
  4.  Elta Mae MILLER

Notes


Lillie Catherine WHITELY

                                                        _William WHITELY Sr._+
                                                       | (1734 - 1789)       
                                 _John WHITELY ________|
                                | (1775 - 1842) m 1803 |
                                |                      |_Susannah TYLER _____+
                                |                        (1745 - 1795)       
 _John Wesley WHITELY Sr._______|
| (1826 - 1893) m 1864          |
|                               |                       _Henry HAYNES Sr.____+
|                               |                      | (1745 - 1816) m 1768
|                               |_Bersheba HAYNES _____|
|                                 (1776 - 1844) m 1803 |
|                                                      |_Bersheba HAMPTON ___+
|                                                        (1747 - 1784) m 1768
|
|--Lillie Kathryn WHITELY 
|  (1875 - 1952)
|                                                       _William WOOD Sr.____
|                                                      | (1771 - 1850)       
|                                _Luke WOOD ___________|
|                               | (1806 - 1879) m 1832 |
|                               |                      |_____________________
|                               |                                            
|_Calpurnia Cicero "Roie" WOOD _|
  (1841 - 1908) m 1864          |
                                |                       _Seth THORNTON ______
                                |                      | (1780 - ....)       
                                |_Mary Ellen THORNTON _|
                                  (1812 - 1880) m 1832 |
                                                       |_Nancy POE __________+
                                                         (1790 - ....)       

Sources

[S1615]

[S1692]

[S3646]

[S3666]


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