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Isaac Sullivan DEARING

10 Oct 1851 - 28 Jun 1852

ID Number: I45843

  • RESIDENCE: E. Baton Rouge, LA
  • BIRTH: 10 Oct 1851
  • DEATH: 28 Jun 1852
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1043]
Father: George Washington DEARING C.S.A.
Mother: Helen Amanda WADDELL



                                                                      _Robert DEERING ______
                                                                     | (1750 - ....) m 1777 
                                    _George Twyman DEARING __________|
                                   | (1789 - ....) m 1808            |
                                   |                                 |_Agatha TWYMAN _______
                                   |                                   (1760 - ....) m 1777 
 _George Washington DEARING C.S.A._|
| (1821 - ....) m 1844             |
|                                  |                                  _John CRENSHAW _______+
|                                  |                                 | (1759 - 1818) m 1781 
|                                  |_Mildred "Millie" CRENSHAW ______|
|                                    (1788 - ....) m 1808            |
|                                                                    |_Mildred THOMPSON ____
|                                                                      (1760 - 1834) m 1781 
|
|--Isaac Sullivan DEARING 
|  (1851 - 1852)
|                                                                     _Noel WADDELL ________+
|                                                                    | (1774 - 1827) m 1797 
|                                   _Abel WADDELL ___________________|
|                                  | (1798 - 1872) m 1819            |
|                                  |                                 |_Mary Ann HODGES _____+
|                                  |                                   (1780 - 1827) m 1797 
|_Helen Amanda WADDELL ____________|
  (1825 - 1907) m 1844             |
                                   |                                  _James COLLINSWORTH __+
                                   |                                 | (1760 - ....) m 1794 
                                   |_Loretta Gillespie COLLINSWORTH _|
                                     (1800 - 1877) m 1819            |
                                                                     |_Jane "Jennie" BROWN _+
                                                                       (1778 - 1834) m 1794 

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Harvey Carlton HARRIS


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Elizabeth Lee PATTERSON

ABT 1779 - ____

ID Number: I62363

  • RESIDENCE: Buckingham Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1779, Buckingham Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1422] [S2072]
Father: David Major PATTERSON
Mother: Judith DIBRELL


Family 1 : William LEWIS
  1.  Judith Dibrell LEWIS

                                                                        _____________________________________
                                                                       |                                     
                          _____________________________________________|
                         |                                             |
                         |                                             |_____________________________________
                         |                                                                                   
 _David Major PATTERSON _|
| (1758 - 1846)          |
|                        |                                              _____________________________________
|                        |                                             |                                     
|                        |_____________________________________________|
|                                                                      |
|                                                                      |_____________________________________
|                                                                                                            
|
|--Elizabeth Lee PATTERSON 
|  (1779 - ....)
|                                                                       _Christopher DUBRAIE "the immigrant"_
|                                                                      | (1695 - ....)                       
|                         _Anthony (Jean_Antoine Du_Breuille) DIBRELL _|
|                        | (1725 - 1800) m 1755                        |
|                        |                                             |_____________________________________
|                        |                                                                                   
|_Judith DIBRELL ________|
  (1760 - ....)          |
                         |                                              _Thomas LEE _________________________+
                         |                                             | (1679 - 1742)                       
                         |_Elizabeth LEE ______________________________|
                           (1733 - 1770) m 1755                        |
                                                                       |_Elizabeth KEENE ____________________+
                                                                         (1701 - 1759)                       

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[S1422]

[S2072]


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Shirlie ROBERTSON

ABT 1900 - ____

ID Number: I14384

  • RESIDENCE: SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1900
  • RESOURCES: See: [S407]

Family 1 : Lawrence McCants SANDERS Jr.

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Henry STIRLING

ABT 1785 - ____

ID Number: I77901

  • RESIDENCE: "Wakefield", W. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1785
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1670]
Father: Alexandria STIRLING "the Immigrant"
Mother: Ann ALSTON



                                                             __________________________
                                                            |                          
                                       _____________________|
                                      |                     |
                                      |                     |__________________________
                                      |                                                
 _Alexandria STIRLING "the Immigrant"_|
| (1753 - 1808) m 1784                |
|                                     |                      __________________________
|                                     |                     |                          
|                                     |_____________________|
|                                                           |
|                                                           |__________________________
|                                                                                      
|
|--Henry STIRLING 
|  (1785 - ....)
|                                                            __________________________
|                                                           |                          
|                                      _John ALSTON ________|
|                                     | (1735 - 1802)       |
|                                     |                     |__________________________
|                                     |                                                
|_Ann ALSTON _________________________|
  (1767 - 1802) m 1784                |
                                      |                      _(Research Query) HAYNES _
                                      |                     |                          
                                      |_Elizabeth HAYNES ___|
                                        (1740 - ....)       |
                                                            |__________________________
                                                                                       

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JOAN de STUTEVILLE

ABT 1210 - BEF 6 Apr 1276

ID Number: I58447

  • RESIDENCE: Yorkshire, ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1210, Thetford, Norfolk, England
  • DEATH: BEF 6 Apr 1276, Cottingham,Yorkshire, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2144] [S2721]
Father: NICHOLAS STUTEVILLE
Mother: DEVORGUILLA of Galloway


Family 1 : HUGH le WAKE Lord of Bourne
  1. +BALDWIN le WAKE of Bourne
Family 2 : HUGH BIGOD

                                                            _WILLIAM de STUTEVILLE ___________
                                                           |                                  
                           _NICHOLAS de STUTEVILLE ________|
                          | (1140 - 1207)                  |
                          |                                |_BERTA de GLANVILLE ______________+
                          |                                                                   
 _NICHOLAS STUTEVILLE ____|
| (1191 - 1233)           |
|                         |                                 _HUGH de GOURNAY _________________+
|                         |                                | (1026 - 1093)                    
|                         |_GUNNORA (Gundreda) de GOURNAY _|
|                           (1146 - ....)                  |
|                                                          |_BASILIE FLAITEL _________________+
|                                                            (1026 - 1099)                    
|
|--JOAN de STUTEVILLE 
|  (1210 - 1276)
|                                                           _UCHTRED CARRICK Lord of Galloway_+
|                                                          | (1100 - 1174)                    
|                          _ROLAND Lord of Galloway________|
|                         | (1135 - 1206) m 1185           |
|                         |                                |_GWYNOLDA (Gunnhild) of Dunbar____+
|                         |                                  (1104 - ....)                    
|_DEVORGUILLA of Galloway_|
  (1190 - ....)           |
                          |                                 _RICHARD de MORVILLE _____________
                          |                                | (1125 - 1189) m 1167             
                          |_HELENA de MORVILLE ____________|
                            (1172 - 1217) m 1185           |
                                                           |_AVICE (Avicia) de LANCASTER _____+
                                                             (1134 - 1191) m 1167             

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Mackenzie Brooke THOMLEY


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Gen. Lloyd TILGHMAN C.S.A.

Jan 1816 - 16 May 1863

ID Number: I53080

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A.and US Army, Mexican War, Engineer
  • RESIDENCE: Talbot Co. MD and Philedelphia, PA
  • BIRTH: Jan 1816, Talbot Co. Maryland
  • DEATH: 16 May 1863, Battle of Champion Hill, Mississippi [256688]
  • BURIAL: Champion Hill Church Yard [256689]
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S1921] [S3695]
Father: James TILGHMAN
Mother: Ann Caroline SHOEMAKER


Family 1 : August Murray BOYD
  1.  Lloyd TILGHMAN Jr. C.S.A.

Notes


Lloyd TILGHMAN (Brigadier General), is honored here in my database because he gave his all for what was Right, he gave his utmost service to the people of Louisiana, Mississippi and the South in a fierce struggle to stop the invasion and occupation of the Yankee US Army.
Children:
Lloyd TILGHMAN, Jr.
Ellen Lea TILGHMAN d. infant
Frederick Boyd TILGHMAN b: 28 Dec 1847 m. Edith Belden MILLER d: 27 Oct 1879
Horatio Southgate TILGHMAN 1848-1875
Sidell TILGHMAN m. Mary DEROSE (2) Leonie F. CALLMEYER
Augusta TILGHMAN 1850-1852 d. infant
Charles TILGHMAN b. 1859 d. 1859
Maria (Maude) TILGHMAN b 17 Sep 1860 m. Eric Pierson SWENSON


CMH, vol. 2: Lloyd Tilghman, brigadier-general in the Confederate States army, was born in Talbot county, Maryland, in 1816. He was of a distinguished colonial family, being the great-grandson of Matthew Tilghman, who was president of the revolutionary conventions of Maryland, member of the legislature and Continental Congress, head of the council of safety, and known in his old age as the Patriarch of Maryland. A daughter of this ancestor married Col. Tench Tilghman, aide-de-camp to General Washington.


Lloyd Tilghman was graduated at the United States military academy in 1836, and was commissioned second-lieutenant in the First Dragoons. September 30, 1836, he
resigned and took up the profession of civil engineering, becoming division engineer of the Baltimore & Susquehanna railroad in 1836-37; of the Norfolk & Wilmington canal in 1837-38; of the Eastern Shore railroad of Maryland in 1838-39; and of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad in 1839-40. He served in the war with Mexico as volunteer aide to General Twiggs in the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, and was captain of the Maryland and District of Columbia battalion of volunteers in 1847-48. He then engaged as principal assistant engineer of the Panama division of the Isthmus railroad, and was engineer on Southern railroads until 1859. He joined the army of the Confederate States in 1861, and was commissioned brigadier-general. In February, 1862, he was charged with the inspection of Fort Henry, one of the most important defenses on the Tennessee river, and of the neighboring Fort Donelson. He reported defects in the location of Fort Henry, built before he took charge, which could not be remedied because of the immediate pressure of the enemy. On the 6th of February the fort was attacked by General Grant with a force of 12,000 men, aided by General Smith with a smaller body, and seven gun-boats with an armament of 54 guns. Tilghman had a grand total of 2,600 men not well armed, and the eleven guns of the fort. He resolved to retire his infantry, field artillery and cavalry toward Fort Donelson, retaining a small force with the siege guns to make a stubborn fight. The retreat was effected, notwithstanding the enemy was pushing his infantry to within a half mile of the advance work, and the gun-boat flotilla had opened fire. The fort returned the fire with spirit and effect, disabling one of the gun-boats, but unfortunately losing a 24-pounder rifled gun by bursting, and a Columbiad by the closing of the vent. The enemy's entire force became engaged in an advance which Tilghman saw must become successful, especially since at one o'clock only four guns remained serviceable, and the men were broken down with fatigue. An embarrassing question now presented itself as to his duty, whether to leave his small band of heroic defenders in the fort to be surrendered and join his main command en route to Fort Donelson, or remain and share the fate of the garrison. Colonel Heiman, in command of the escaping force, had returned to the fort for final orders, and General Tilghman could have left with him. But the men at the guns entreated him to
stay, and the effect of his absence would have been the immediate fall of the fort, which he desired to postpone to the last moment. His decision was made. Colonel Heiman was directed to return to the main body, and General Tilghman took the place of an exhausted gunner and worked a 32-pounder with good effect. Soon afterward the enemy succeeded in breaching the fort, but resistance was continued for over two hours before the white flag was hoisted, under which an honorable surrender was made of 12 officers, 66 effective men and 16 others in hospital. In this gallant fight of a day he lost but five killed and sixteen disabled, and the entire command outside the fort was saved by his prolonged and heroic resistance.


General Tilghman was a prisoner of war until his exchange in the fall of 1862, when he
rejoined the army of the West, then in north Mississippi, and was put in command of the First brigade of Loring's division. At the battle of Corinth, Miss., he took a prominent part. During the retreat from Holly Springs to Grenada, Tilghman's brigade was assigned the responsible position of rear guard, and repeatedly gave battle to and held in check the enemy. Between four and five o'clock of the evening of May 16, 1863, he was killed on the battle-field of Champion's Hill. He was in command of his brigade, consisting of the Fifteenth and Twenty-second Mississippi regiments, First Louisiana, and Ray-burn's and McLendon's batteries, on the extreme right of the line. They received the first fire of that battle, but the fight drifted to the left until after midday, when the enemy advanced in force against Loring's division, and after their first repulse threw forward a line of sharpshooters which, aided by artillery, maintained the action. These sharpshooters occupied a row of plantation cabins near the Confederate line, and were doing destructive work, when General Tilghman directed a gun to be trained upon them. He dismounted to give directions for sighting the piece, when a shell from the enemy exploded about fifty feet to the front, and a fragment tore through his body. He died very soon after receiving this terrible wound, and his body was carried to the rear, and subsequently interred at Vicksburg, escorted by his personal staff and his son, Lloyd Tilghman, Jr.


Champion Hill
Bakers Creek
May 16, 1863


Following the Union occupation of Jackson, Mississippi, both Confederate and Federal forces made plans for future operations. Gen. Joseph E. Johnston retreated, with most of his army, up the Canton Road, but he ordered Lt. Gen. John C. Pemberton, commanding about 23,000 men, to leave Edwards Station and attack the Federals at Clinton. Pemberton and his generals felt that Johnston's plan was dangerous and decided instead to attack the Union supply trains moving from Grand Gulf to Raymond. On May 16, though, Pemberton received another order from Johnston repeating his former directions. Pemberton had already started after the supply trains and was on the Raymond-Edwards Road with his rear at the crossroads one-third mile south of the crest of Champion Hill. Thus, when he ordered a countermarch, his rear, including his many supply wagons, became the advance of his force. On May 16, 1863, about 7:00 am, the Union forces engaged the Confederates and the Battle of Champion Hill began. Pemberton's force drew up into a defensive line along a crest of a ridge overlooking Jackson Creek. Pemberton was unaware that one Union column was moving along the Jackson Road against his unprotected left flank. For protection, Pemberton posted Brig. Gen. Stephen D. Lee's men atop Champion Hill where they could watch for the reported Union column moving to the crossroads. Lee spotted the Union troops and they soon saw him. If this force was not stopped, it would cut the Rebels off from their Vicksburg base. Pemberton received warning of the Union movement and sent troops to his left flank. Union forces at the Champion House moved into action and emplaced artillery to begin firing. When Grant arrived at Champion Hill, around 10:00 am, he ordered the attack to begin. By 11:30 am, Union forces had reached the Confederate main line and about 1:00 pm, they took the crest while the Rebels retired in disorder. The Federals swept forward, capturing the crossroads and closing the Jackson Road escape route. One of Pemberton's divisions (Bowen's) then counterattacked, pushing the Federals back beyond the Champion Hill crest before their surge came to a halt. Grant then counterattacked, committing forces that had just arrived from Clinton by way of Bolton. Pemberton's men could not stand up to this assault, so he ordered his men from the field to the one escape route still open: the Raymond Road crossing of Bakers Creek. Brig. Gen. Lloyd Tilghman's brigade formed the rearguard, and they held at all costs, including the loss of Tilghman. In the late afternoon, Union troops seized the Bakers Creek Bridge, and by midnight, they occupied Edwards. The Confederates were in full retreat towards Vicksburg. If the Union forces caught these Rebels, they would destroy them.


Result: Union victory
Campaign: Grant's Operations against Vicksburg (1863)
Commanders: Maj. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant [US]; Lt. Gen. John C. Pemberton [CS]
Forces: Army of the Tennessee (three corps) [US]; Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana [CS]
Casualties: 6,757 total (US 2,457; CS 4,300)
Classification: II.1 (Class A)


Hinds County, MS




[S1921]

[256688]
Grant's seige of Vicksburg

[256689]
A son later moved his remains to NY


                                                       _Matthew TILGHMAN Patriarch of Maryland_+
                                                      | (1717 - 1790) m 1741                   
                           _Lloyd TILGHMAN ___________|
                          | (1749 - 1811) m 1785      |
                          |                           |_Anne LLOYD ____________________________
                          |                             (1722 - 1794) m 1741                   
 _James TILGHMAN _________|
| (1793 - 1868) m 1814    |
|                         |                            _James TILGHMAN ________________________+
|                         |                           | (1716 - 1793)                          
|                         |_Henrietta Maria TILGHMAN _|
|                           (1763 - 1796) m 1785      |
|                                                     |_Ann FRANCIS ___________________________
|                                                       (1720 - ....)                          
|
|--Lloyd TILGHMAN C.S.A.
|  (1816 - 1863)
|                                                      ________________________________________
|                                                     |                                        
|                          _Edward SHOEMAKER _________|
|                         | (1768 - 1817)             |
|                         |                           |________________________________________
|                         |                                                                    
|_Ann Caroline SHOEMAKER _|
  (1797 - 1869) m 1814    |
                          |                            ________________________________________
                          |                           |                                        
                          |_Ann Caroline GILES _______|
                            (1771 - 1816)             |
                                                      |________________________________________
                                                                                               

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[S3695]

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Annie Austin TINSLEY

1788 - ____

ID Number: I93822

  • RESIDENCE: "Tinsley Hall" Goochland and Henrico Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 1788
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2058]
Father: John TINSLEY
Mother: Sarah Chapman AUSTIN


Notes


Annie Austin Tinsley b.1788 d.xxxx m. Thomas Johnson Winston.

                                               _Thomas TINSLEY I____+
                                              | (1705 - 1761) m 1726
                         _Thomas TINSLEY IV___|
                        | (1731 - 1774)       |
                        |                     |_Frances BICKLEY ____+
                        |                       (1708 - ....) m 1726
 _John TINSLEY _________|
| (1759 - 1834)         |
|                       |                      _____________________
|                       |                     |                     
|                       |_Agnes GARLAND ______|
|                         (1730 - 1775)       |
|                                             |_____________________
|                                                                   
|
|--Annie Austin TINSLEY 
|  (1788 - ....)
|                                              _____________________
|                                             |                     
|                        _____________________|
|                       |                     |
|                       |                     |_____________________
|                       |                                           
|_Sarah Chapman AUSTIN _|
  (1760 - ....)         |
                        |                      _____________________
                        |                     |                     
                        |_____________________|
                                              |
                                              |_____________________
                                                                    

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Alice Josephine TURK

7 Nov 1867 - ____

ID Number: I7090

  • RESIDENCE: Scott Co. IL
  • BIRTH: 7 Nov 1867, Scott Co, IL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S301]
Father: Albarine Marshall TURK C.S.A.
Mother: Mary Virginia TURK


Notes


SOURCES Mark Kelley, Littleton, CO


--Other Fields
Baptism: Date: 9 JAN 1960 Place: LANGE


                                                                  _Thomas TURK _________________+
                                                                 | (1782 - 1826) m 1802         
                                 _Noah (Manoah) Gleaves TURK Sr._|
                                | (1807 - 1866) m 1827           |
                                |                                |_Margaret GLEAVES ____________+
                                |                                  (1784 - 1855) m 1802         
 _Albarine Marshall TURK C.S.A._|
| (1837 - 1923) m 1865          |
|                               |                                 _Benjamin Franklin CARTER Sr._+
|                               |                                | (1788 - 1852) m 1807         
|                               |_Ann Bolene CARTER _____________|
|                                 (1812 - 1891) m 1827           |
|                                                                |_Mary Elizabeth SLEDD ________+
|                                                                  (1787 - 1864) m 1807         
|
|--Alice Josephine TURK 
|  (1867 - ....)
|                                                                 ______________________________
|                                                                |                              
|                                _(RESEARCH QUERY) TURK _________|
|                               |                                |
|                               |                                |______________________________
|                               |                                                               
|_Mary Virginia TURK ___________|
  (1845 - 1936) m 1865          |
                                |                                 ______________________________
                                |                                |                              
                                |________________________________|
                                                                 |
                                                                 |______________________________
                                                                                                

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