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Derinda COUCH

1821 - ____

ID Number: I70967

  • RESIDENCE: Cullman Co. AL and Hopkins Co. TX
  • BIRTH: 1821
  • BURIAL: Enon Cemetery, Iola, Grimes, Texas
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2710]
Father: Randolph COUCH
Mother: Nancy MCDANIEL


Family 1 : James William HARGROVE
  1. +Belzora A HARGROVE

                                             _Jacob COUCH ________
                                            | (1730 - 1797)       
                       _Peter COUCH ________|
                      | (1770 - ....) m 1794|
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Randolph COUCH _____|
| (1801 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_Martha RAGSDALE ____|
|                       (1770 - ....) m 1794|
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Derinda COUCH 
|  (1821 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Nancy MCDANIEL _____|
  (1801 - ....)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Richard Russell EDWARDS


This person is presumed living.

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William LEA\LEE Sr.

ABT 1710 - ABT 1770

ID Number: I21217

  • RESIDENCE: Nottoway Parish, Amelia Co. VA (Now Caroline Co.VA)
  • BIRTH: ABT 1710, St Stephens Parish, K and Q Co. VA
  • DEATH: ABT 1770, Amelia Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S706] [S880] [S910] [S878] [S2581]
Father: John LEA\LEIGH
Mother: Ann TAYLOR


Family 1 : Rachel AMBROSE?
  1. +Ambrose LEA\LEE
  2.  Elizabeth LEA
  3.  Mary LEA\LEE
  4.  William LEA Jr.
  5. +Sarah LEA\LEE
  6.  Joseph LEA
  7.  Andrew LEA
  8.  Milly LEA
  9.  Lucy LEA
  10.  John LEA\LEE
  11. +Ann LEA

Notes


original will of William Lea b 1710 St. Stephens Parish, King and Queen co VA - d ca 1770 in Amherst co VA. His will is dated 18 June 1770. It was recorded in Will Book 2X on pages 42 and 43.


From Penn Pals; Vol. Issue 3 Page 4 by Frances K. Leahy 6629 West 87th St. Los Angeles, CA 90045 Most records show the first wife as Elizabeth Douglas. However, Mrs J. F. Murphy, 649 Lockwood Court, St. Louis, MO 63119 has the following information which may help correct this matter: Both Mary and Sarah Lee were daughters of William and Rachel Lea of Amelia Co., VA. William Lea left a will dated 6/18/1770 in the parish of Nottoway, Amelia Co. VA. In this will he mentions daughters Sarah Penn and Mary Walden.


There was a son, John Lee, who evidently did not marry as he left his estate to his brothers and sisters. John Lee's will proved in Charlotte Co. Va. 1/6/1783. In it John mentions sisters Sarah Penn and Mary Waldon. So it is evident Sarah did marry a Penn and indicates George Penn's first wife was Sarah Lee.


George Penn's only sister, Frances Penn married Ambrose Lee, oldest son of William and Rachel Lea. .....Family tradition says that George Penn did marry the Lee sisters and dates and places and family connections fit perfectly. This is stated in Albert E. Casey's book 'Amite Co., Miss., Vol 111, Lea family of K & Q Co. VA, Caswell Co. NC, and Amite Co. MS. This is also stated in 'The Bennets of VA & NC (main reference "Finding your forefathers in America" by Archibald F. Bennett) This belief is held by at least two other people who have studied the Penn and Lee lines rather thoroughly with whom I've had correspondence. - Mrs. J. F. Murphy of St. Louis 1975 Note; The new Centennial DAR index Sarah and Mary Lee to this George Penn and no longer gives Elizabeth Douglas as his wife.


WILL BOOK 2X, AMELIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA WILLS 1761 - 1771
abstracted and compiled by Gibson Jefferson McConnaughey


#328 LEA, WILLIAM of Nottoway parish. Will d. June 18, 1770, pro. Sept. 20, 1770. Wit. Simeon Walton, Thomas Dudley, Jr., Philip (X) Eastin. Ex. sons William Lea, Joseph Lea, Andrew Lea.


Leg: wife Rachel, whole est. for life or widowhood, but desire what part of per. est. could be spared to be lent to those children most in want, & returnable to est. again. Wife to raise 120 pounds for use of my 6 daus. Elizabeth Clark, Mary Walden, Ann Bennett, Sarah Penn, Milly Dudley, & Lucy Lea, to be equally div., & Elizabeth Clarke's part "to be left in hands of ex. to be dealt to her as she shall stand in need," the other daus. to possess their parts when raised. After wife's death or widowhood, per. est. to be div. among


my children Elizabeth Clarke, Mary Walden, Ann Bennet, William Lea, Sarah Penn, Joseph Lea, Andrew Lea, Milly Dudley, Lucy Lea, & John Lea, and my son Ambrose Lea's (dec'd.) children (seven in number) to have the eleventh part. Elizabeth Clarke's part to rem. in ex's. hands to support her, and after her decease, her portion to be equally div. between her children, but if she become a widow, her portion to her during her life.


After wife's death or widowhood, all land to be sold & money div. between 5 sons William, Joseph, Andrew, & John, & Ambrose (dec'd.) 7 children to have 5th part, equally div. If any son or dau. dies, that portion to ret. to est. to be div. among surviving children, but if any son die leaving wife with child, "his invisible heir possess his portion." Estate not to be appraised.


CODOCIL TO WILL d. July 26, 1768. Wit. Simeon Walton. Itemizes certain per. prop. to Elizabeth Clarke, Mary Walden, Ann Bennet, Sarah Penn, Joseph Lea, Milley Dudley, & Ambrose Lea, dec'd., (states the portion for Ambrose Lea must be taken out of his children's portion) and William Lea.


#345 LEA, WILLIAM. Est. inv. (only) ret. & rec. March 28, 1771. (his stock mark for cattle: swallow fork & underkeel in each ear; his horses branded TD). Slaves: Negro men Gloster, James, Ben, Tom; women Dinah, Judy, Mill, Sue, Hannah, little Dinah; boys Cesar, Lue, George, Emanuel; girls Ursley, Dorcas, Fann, Alce.


The spelling of the name Lea changed to "Lee" when William Lea, son of John and Ann had established it via his children. He continued to spell his own name as "Lea" but spelled his children's names as "Lee." William's will was written in Amelia County, VA.


William Lea was not of age when his parents, John and Ann Lea died. He chose Thomas Carruthers, his stepfather, as guardian. In the same year, however, he later dropped his stepfather as guardian and chose Zachary Taylor, a cousin and a lawyer, as his guardian. Zachary Taylor, the Presdent's grandfather, represented William throughout the litigations between Thomas Carruthers and the Lea children.


A researcher hasWilliam that m. Francis White as their son and that he died Hyco Creek, Person Co, NC in 1804.


[S878] [S706] [S910]


                                               _William II LEA\LEIGH ____________+
                                              | (1623 - 1703)                    
                       _William LEA\LEIGH III_|
                      | (1649 - 1705) m 1675  |
                      |                       |__________________________________
                      |                                                          
 _John LEA\LEIGH _____|
| (1677 - 1727) m 1699|
|                     |                        _Charles GREEN "the Immigrant"____
|                     |                       | (1629 - ....)                    
|                     |_Mary GREEN ___________|
|                       (1654 - 1705) m 1675  |
|                                             |_Elizabeth or Mary IVERSON _______
|                                               (1631 - ....)                    
|
|--William LEA\LEE Sr.
|  (1710 - 1770)
|                                              _John TAYLOR _____________________+
|                                             | (1611 - 1658)                    
|                      _James I TAYLOR _______|
|                     | (1635 - 1698) m 1682  |
|                     |                       |_Elizabeth HORTON ________________+
|                     |                         (1610 - ....)                    
|_Ann TAYLOR _________|
  (1683 - 1731) m 1699|
                      |                        _John GREGORY Sr. "the Immigrant"_+
                      |                       | (1622 - 1696) m 1655             
                      |_Mary GREGORY _________|
                        (1663 - 1747) m 1682  |
                                              |_Elizabeth BISHOPP? ______________+
                                                (1640 - 1676) m 1655             

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[S706]

[S880]

[S910]

[S878]

[S2581]

[S878]

[S706]

[S910]


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ALEXANDER MUNRO "the Immigrant"

ABT 1580 - 1653

ID Number: I45763

  • RESIDENCE: England and VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1580
  • DEATH: 1653
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1637]

Family 1 : JANET CUMMING
  1. +Agnes MUNRO

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Count EUDES d' ORLEANS of Orleans

ABT 0800 - 0834

ID Number: I29842

Father: N.N. van ALAMIN


Family 1 : INGELTRUDE Countess of Orleans
  1. +ERMENTRUDE de ORLEANS of the West Franks

Notes


Weis' "Ancestral Roots . . ." (148:15).

                                                                 _GEROLD of Mayence______
                                                                | (0690 - ....)          
                       _GEROLD I Duke of Swabia_________________|
                      | (0726 - 0779)                           |
                      |                                         |________________________
                      |                                                                  
 _N.N. van ALAMIN ____|
| (0760 - ....)       |
|                     |                                          _HNABI Duke of Alamanni_+
|                     |                                         | (0697 - 0724)          
|                     |_EMMA van ALAMIN of Alamannia and Swabia_|
|                       (0720 - 0790)                           |
|                                                               |________________________
|                                                                                        
|
|--EUDES d' ORLEANS of Orleans
|  (0800 - 0834)
|                                                                ________________________
|                                                               |                        
|                      _________________________________________|
|                     |                                         |
|                     |                                         |________________________
|                     |                                                                  
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                                          ________________________
                      |                                         |                        
                      |_________________________________________|
                                                                |
                                                                |________________________
                                                                                         

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[S2016]

[S1115]

[S1158]

[S2016]

[S2144]

[S1115]


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Stephen Harvey SANDIDGE

Jul 1860 - ____

ID Number: I77821

  • RESIDENCE: Scott Co. VA and Hawkins Co. TN
  • BIRTH: Jul 1860, Scott Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2965]
Father: Perry R. SANDIDGE
Mother: Delphia A EPPERSON


Family 1 : Elizabeth CIDSON
Family 2 : Nancy E. ARNOLD

Notes


2 [1] Stephen Harvey SANDIDGE b: July 1860 in Scott, Va + Elizabeth CIDSON b: 1864 in Hawkins, Tn
*2nd Wife of [1] Stephen Harvey SANDIDGE: +Nancy E. ARNOLD b: Abt. 1868 in Scott, Virginia.
Children:
3 Perry C. SANDIDGE b: Abt. 1889 in Scott, Virginia +Fannie WINEGAR b: Abt. 1890
3 Fannie B. SANDIDGE b: Abt. 1890 in Scott, Virginia
3 Myrtle M. SANDIDGE b: Abt. 1897 in Hawkins, Tennessee
3 Sophia SANDIDGE b: Abt. 1900 in Hawkins, Tennessee


                                             _John SANDIDGE ______+
                                            | (1770 - 1830)       
                       _ SANDIDGE __________|
                      | (1810 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_Nancy_______________
                      |                       (1777 - 1880)       
 _Perry R. SANDIDGE __|
| (1840 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Stephen Harvey SANDIDGE 
|  (1860 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Delphia A EPPERSON _|
  (1842 - ....)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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King LOUIS XI "the Careful one" de VALOIS of France

1423 - 30 Aug 1483

ID Number: I58367

  • TITLE: King
  • OCCUPATION: Reigned 1461–1483
  • RESIDENCE: France
  • BIRTH: 1423, Bourges, France
  • DEATH: 30 Aug 1483, his castle of Plessis-lès-Turns
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2142] [S2486]
Father: CHARLES VII "The Victorus Capet" de VALOIS of France
Mother: MARIA "MARY" d' ANJOU


Family 1 : MARGARET STEWART\STUART of Scotland
  1.  JOAN de VALOIS
Family 2 : CHARLOTTE de SAVOIE of Savoy
  1.  CHARLES VIII de FRANCE of France

Notes


"From 1440, it will enter in revolt against his father and will not cease plotting against his/her father of which it denounces laxism.
In 1446, his/her father exiles it in his stronghold of Dauphiné, on the councils of his favourites. The king was to re-examine his son never again. With the death of Charles VII in 1461, Louis XI dépèche to join Rheims and made there crown in 1461.
It marries Marguerite of Scotland, then Charlotte of Savoy which will give him inter alia the future Charles VIII.
1461: Louis XI occupies Roussillon.
1463: It repurchases Amiens and 4 other cities of the Sum. Beginning of the confrontation with the noble ones leagued around Charles the Bold one.
The reign of Louis XI will be mainly marked by the quarrels with Charles the Bold one. This last will go until being combined with English who unloads in 1475 but which re-embarks after Louis XI pays to them a strong amount of money against a 7 years trève. These quarrels will last until the death of Charles the Bold one which will be beaten by the Swiss ones in 1476, and by Rene of Anjou duke of Lorraine in 1477 (he will die following a defeat against this last in Nancy).
1482: Treaty of Arras: Louis XI obtains Burgundy and Picardy.
1483: Died of Louis XI."
Scr: www.geocities.com/Paris/Metro/7070/V6.html


Funerals of Charles VII are celebrated on August 8, 1461 . Louis XI will not assist to with it.
Louis XI puts an end to the Middle Ages, attaches to the crown of France Burgundy and Picardy, Anjou, Maine and the kingdom of Provence. He holds his kingdom of firm hand.


However, feeling the end to approach, Louis XI withdraws itself in his castle of Plessis-lès-Turns. It plunges in U devotion excessive. It dies on August 30 1483 of a stroke."
Src: www.renaissance-amboise.com/dossier_renaissance/ ses_personnages/Louis_XI/Louis_XI.htm


Fearing assassination, he spent his last years in virtual self-imprisonment near Tours. He was succeeded by his son, Charles VIII. Bibliography See writings of a contemporary, Comines; biographies by P. H. Champion (tr. 1929, repr. 1970), J. Cleugh (1970), and P. M. Kendall (1971).


"Louis XI (1461-1483) "Last sovereign of the Middle Ages and principal craftsman of modern France, Louis XI was among the kings who made France, to only declare " citizen of Turns ".
Wire of Charles VII , " small king de Bourges ", and from Marie of Anjou, the future " king tourangeau " was born in Bourges in 1423. Placed two years later, by safety, in the fortress of Loaches , it was eight years old when Jeanne d' Arc stopped there, after the victory gained in Orleans over the English. In 1433, the Louis young person left Loches to be established in Amboise , where, thirteen years old, it married Marguerite of Scotland, two years its junior.
Having then followed his father in several forwardings, the heir to the throne soon in charge of various missions, then was made general lieutenant for Languedoc. The future Louis XI contributed to pare the English out of France: their giving the attack, in 1441 in Dieppe.


Devenu six ans plus tard gouverneur du Dauphiné, il s'y maria, en 1451, avec Charlotte de Savoie, contre l'avis de son père, provoquant son exil sur une terre du duc de Bourgogne, près de Bruxelles.
La mort de Charles VII remettra en selle le nouveau souverain, sacré à Reims le 15 août 1461. Tours assista le 8 octobre à l'entrée solennelle du monarque grâce auquel la ville vécut la plus fastueuse période de son histoire. A la vieille forteresse d'Amboise, Louis XI préférait le plus sobre domaine des Montils-lès-Tours, à une lieue à l'ouest de la cité. La découverte de ses provinces ne permit guère au roi, durant les premières années de son règne, de profiter de son nouveau château, rebaptisé le Plessis en 1464 et reconstruit en pierre et en brique vers 1470. Ce fut de cette "demeure en la ville" que "l'universelle araigne" tissa sa toile, Tours étant dès lors devenue la capitale du royaume, les États Généraux du royaume y ayant été assemblés à plusieurs reprises. Capitale incomplète toutefois, puisque les cours souveraines (Parlement, Chambre des comptes, Cour des aides) demeuraient à Paris. Aussi la cité profita-t-elle de ce statut, le "roi tourangeau" l'ayant aménagée autant qu'enrichie.
Déjà haut lieu de la chrétienté, Tours devint aussi un haut lieu des affaires. La ville s'ouvrit notamment à l'orfèvrerie, à la broderie, à l'armurerie et à la fonte des canons, mais de toutes les nouvelles activités de la cité, la plus prometteuse était celle de la soie, à travers laquelle Louis XI entendait montrer le rôle majeur de Tours dans le domaine économique. La soie fit vivre à Tours trois mille des vingt mille personnes de la cité, devenue l'une des plus peuplées du royaume.
Louis XI porta aussi un vif intérêt aux cités de Loches, Chinon et, surtout, Amboise, où résidait une partie de la famille royale et où fut conclu en 1472 un nouveau concordat renforçant les pouvoirs du pape et du roi. Très dévot, le souverain contribua aussi largement à l'aura spirituelle de la nouvelle capitale, en amenant dans ses murs l'ermite calabrais François de Paule, qui fit école bien au-delà de l'enceinte royale. Le religieux l'assista dans ses derniers instants, le 30 août 1483, en son château du Plessis.
On fit sonner les cloches pendant trois jours à la basilique Saint-Martin, cadre des solennelles obsèques. Conformément à sa volonté, le corps du "roi tourangeau" fut inhumé à Notre-Dame de Chérie."




[S2486]


                                                                                                             _CHARLES V "The Wise" de VALOIS of France_+
                                                                                                            | (1337 - 1380) m 1350                     
                                                        _CHARLES VI 'The Beloved' de VALOIS of France_______|
                                                       | (1368 - 1422) m 1385                               |
                                                       |                                                    |_JOAN (Jeanne) de BOURBON of France_______
                                                       |                                                      (1338 - 1378) m 1350                     
 _CHARLES VII "The Victorus Capet" de VALOIS of France_|
| (1403 - 1461) m 1422                                 |
|                                                      |                                                     _STEPHEN III WITTELSBACH Duke of Bavaria__
|                                                      |                                                    | (1350 - ....)                            
|                                                      |_ISABELLE (Elisabeth Isabeau WITTELSBACH of Bavaria_|
|                                                        (1371 - 1435) m 1385                               |
|                                                                                                           |__________________________________________
|                                                                                                                                                      
|
|--LOUIS XI "the Careful one" de VALOIS of France
|  (1423 - 1483)
|                                                                                                            _LOUIS I de FRANCE Duke of Anjou__________+
|                                                                                                           | (1339 - 1384) m 1360                     
|                                                       _LOUIS II de FRANCE ________________________________|
|                                                      | (1377 - 1417)                                      |
|                                                      |                                                    |_MARIE de CHATILLON-BLOIS ________________
|                                                      |                                                      (1343 - 1404) m 1360                     
|_MARIA "MARY" d' ANJOU _______________________________|
  (1404 - 1463) m 1422                                 |
                                                       |                                                     __________________________________________
                                                       |                                                    |                                          
                                                       |_YOLANDA of Aragon__________________________________|
                                                         (.... - 1443)                                      |
                                                                                                            |__________________________________________
                                                                                                                                                       

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[S2486]

[S2486]

[S2486]

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Susan Jean WASHINGTON

30 Apr 1795 - 2 Jul 1829

ID Number: I62283

  • RESIDENCE: Georgetown, Washington, DC
  • BIRTH: 30 Apr 1795, Georgetown, Washington, DC
  • DEATH: 2 Jul 1829, Washington, DC
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2329] [S2342]
Father: Lund WASHINGTON Sr. of Chotank
Mother: Susan Munroe GRAYSON


Notes


I. Susan Jean Washington((6)). Married, Dec. 3, 1815, Edward S. Lewis, of Washington, DC.


"Susan Jean Washington (29.Lund5, 19.Alice4, 10.Mary3, 3.Elizabeth2, 1.John1) b. 30 Apr 1795, Georgetown, Washington, DC, m. 3 Dec 1815, in Washington, DC, Edward Simmons Lewis, I, b. 26 Nov 1794, Philadelphia, PA, (son of Samuel Gifford Lewis and
Elizabeth Anne Godfrey) d. 22 Sep 1829, Washington, DC. Susan died 2 Jul 1829,
Washington, DC.
Children:
i Edward Augustus Lewis, Judge b. 22 Feb 1820, Washington, DC, m. 9 Sep 1845, Parthenia Age Bransford, b. 9 Sep 1826, Glasgow, KY, d. 2 Sep 1893, St. Louis, MO. Edward died 21 Sep 1889, St. Louis, MO."

[S2329] [S2342]


                                                                        _Townsend WASHINGTON of Green Hill_+
                                                                       | (1705 - 1743) m 1726              
                                  _Robert WASHINGTON of "Mathis Point"_|
                                 | (1729 - 1795) m 1753                |
                                 |                                     |_Elizabeth LUND ___________________
                                 |                                       (1708 - 1778) m 1726              
 _Lund WASHINGTON Sr. of Chotank_|
| (1767 - 1853) m 1793           |
|                                |                                      _Benjamin STROTHER of Stafford_____+
|                                |                                     | (.... - 1789) m 1723              
|                                |_Alice STROTHER _____________________|
|                                  (1732 - 1775) m 1753                |
|                                                                      |_Mary MASON _______________________+
|                                                                        (1700 - 1784) m 1723              
|
|--Susan Jean WASHINGTON 
|  (1795 - 1829)
|                                                                       _Benjamin GRAYSON I________________+
|                                                                      | (1684 - 1757) m 1735              
|                                 _Spence Monroe GRAYSON ______________|
|                                | (1734 - ....)                       |
|                                |                                     |_Susannah MONROE __________________+
|                                |                                       (1695 - 1752) m 1735              
|_Susan Munroe GRAYSON __________|
  (1768 - 1823) m 1793           |
                                 |                                      _Peter WAGENER ____________________
                                 |                                     | (1710 - ....)                     
                                 |_Mary Elizabeth WAGENER _____________|
                                   (1740 - ....)                       |
                                                                       |___________________________________
                                                                                                           

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[S2342]

[S2329]

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