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Ellen Mary Jane BLAKE

ABT 1800 - 27 Apr 1848

ID Number: I79179

  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • DEATH: 27 Apr 1848
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3015]

Family 1 : Fortunatus COSBY Jr.
  1.  Robert Todd COSBY
  2.  Ellen Blake COSBY
  3. +George Blake COSBY C.S.A.
  4. +Mary Fontaine COSBY
  5.  Frank Carvill COSBY

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Nancy CATHEY

18 Jan 1780 - 29 Aug 1870

ID Number: I75858

  • RESIDENCE: Buncombe Co. NC and Cooper Co. MO
  • BIRTH: 18 Jan 1780, Burke, North Carolina
  • DEATH: 29 Aug 1870, Boonville, Cooper, Missouri
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2898]
Father: George CATHEY
Mother: Margaret CHAMBERLAIN


Family 1 : Jacob MCFARLAND
  1. +Sarah MCFARLAND

Notes


Nancy Cathey was a daughter of George Cathey, a Revolutionary Soldier. These families came to St. Genevieve Co., Mo., in about 1816; lived there for two years; and in 1819 came to Cooper Co., where they lived out their lives.


                            __
                           |  
                         __|
                        |  |
                        |  |__
                        |     
 _George CATHEY ________|
| (1755 - 1840) m 1776  |
|                       |   __
|                       |  |  
|                       |__|
|                          |
|                          |__
|                             
|
|--Nancy CATHEY 
|  (1780 - 1870)
|                           __
|                          |  
|                        __|
|                       |  |
|                       |  |__
|                       |     
|_Margaret CHAMBERLAIN _|
  (1755 - ....) m 1776  |
                        |   __
                        |  |  
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                           |
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Alice Margaret Gregory COOK


This person is presumed living.

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Samuel HARRISON

____ - ____

ID Number: I98633

  • RESIDENCE: York Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S24]
Father: Robert HARRISON I


Notes


"Samuel Harrison. I have found no record of Samuel Harrison, but have a record of another Samuel, who I am sure must have been his son. He died in Gloucester Co, VA, in Feb. 1703-4 without leaving a will. His wife was Sarah Hunt, the daughter of William Hunt who died in Gloucester in 1688. Robert Minge, a grandson of Robert Harrison (1613-1668) married Mary Hunt, daughter of a William Hunt, probable son of this William. The will of Thomas Pinson (of Gloucester) in 1697, mentions two sons of Samuel Harrison: William Harrison and Samuel Harrison, Jr. In 1744 two grandchildren of Samuel Harrison and his wife Sarah Hunt were Joseph and Priscilla Harrison." [S24]

                                             _Robert HARRISON ________+
                                            | (1520 - ....)           
                       _John HARRISON ______|
                      | (1553 - ....) m 1574|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth FITZ-JEFFERY _
                      |                       (1530 - ....)           
 _Robert HARRISON I___|
| (1580 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _________________________
|                     |                     |                         
|                     |_Susanna_____________|
|                       (1557 - ....) m 1574|
|                                           |_________________________
|                                                                     
|
|--Samuel HARRISON 
|  
|                                            _________________________
|                                           |                         
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_________________________
|                     |                                               
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      _________________________
                      |                     |                         
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_________________________
                                                                      

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Lady MARY KEMPE

ABT 1588 - May 1631

ID Number: I42029

  • TITLE: Lady
  • RESIDENCE: Chilham Castle, Kent, England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1588, Ollantigh Manor, Barham, Kent, England
  • DEATH: May 1631, Chilham, Kent, England
  • BURIAL: Chilham Castle, Kent, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1531]
Father: THOMAS KEMPE Knt.
Mother: DOROTHY THOMPSON


Family 1 : DUDLEY DIGGES of Chilham, Knt.
  1.  DUDLEY DIGGES
  2.  THOMAS DIGGES
  3.  JOHN DIGGES
  4. +EDWARD DIGGES of Virginia Colony

Notes


Rebuilt Chilham Castle.
Source: Register of Maryland's Heraldic Families, Page 136.
His wife was Lady Mary, youngest daughter and co-heir of Sir Thomas Kempe, of Olantigh, Kent, of which "very ancient" family were Cardinal John Kempe, Archbishop of Canterbury (1454), and Thomas Kempe, Bishop of London.
.



                                             _WILLIAM KEMPE ________________+
                                            | (1470 - ....)                 
                       _THOMAS KEMPE _______|
                      | (1513 - 1590) m 1549|
                      |                     |_ELEANOR BROWNE _______________+
                      |                       (1470 - ....)                 
 _THOMAS KEMPE Knt.___|
| (1551 - 1607)       |
|                     |                      _THOMAS MOYLE Knt. of Eastwell_+
|                     |                     | (1488 - 1560)                 
|                     |_AMY MOYLE __________|
|                       (1530 - ....) m 1549|
|                                           |_KATHERINE JORDAN _____________+
|                                             (1492 - ....)                 
|
|--MARY KEMPE 
|  (1588 - 1631)
|                                            _______________________________
|                                           |                               
|                      _JOHN THOMPSON ______|
|                     | (1520 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_______________________________
|                     |                                                     
|_DOROTHY THOMPSON ___|
  (1550 - 1629)       |
                      |                      _RICHARD GILBERT ______________
                      |                     | (1500 - ....)                 
                      |_DOROTHY GILBERT ____|
                        (1520 - ....)       |
                                            |_______________________________
                                                                            

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Gen. Andrew LEWIS Hero of Pt. Pleasant

24 Apr 1720 - 1 Feb 1782

ID Number: I70491

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War
  • RESIDENCE: IRE; Augusta and Bedford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 24 Apr 1720, Donegal, Ireland
  • DEATH: 1 Feb 1782, Buford's Gap, Bedford Co. Virginia [351700]
  • BURIAL: East Hill Cemetery, Salem, Roanoke Co. VA [351701]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1956] [S2693] [S2246]
Father: John LEWIS "the Immigrant"
Mother: Margaret LYNN


Family 1 : Elizabeth Anne GIVENS
  1. +John LEWIS
  2.  Samuel LEWIS
  3. +Thomas LEWIS I
  4.  Andrew LEWIS of the Brent Mountain
  5.  William LEWIS
  6.  Annie LEWIS

Notes


2 Andrew LEWIS b: 24 Apr 1720 d: 01 Feb 1782


"IV. Col. Andrew Lewis((4)) (John((3)), Andrew((2)), William((1))), son of John Lewis (Pioneer) and Margaret Lynn, daughter of the Laird of Loch Lynn, chieftain of the once powerful Clan of Loch Lynn; b. in Ireland, 1720.


He emigrated with his father to America, and settled in Augusta Co., Va. He took a very active part in the Indian Wars. In 1754 he was twice wounded in the battle of Fort Necessity, under General Washington, by whom he was appointed major of his regiment. General Lewis was, with four of his brothers, in a company of which the eldest was captain, at Braddock's defeat, in 1758. General Andrew Lewis was several times a member of the Colonial Legislature. An Indian war being anticipated, Lord Dunmore appointed General Lewis commander of the Southern forces. September 11, 1774, General Lewis, with eleven hundred men, commenced his march through the wilderness. After a march of one hundred and sixty miles they reached Point Pleasant, at the junction of the Great Kanawha and Ohio rivers, and there on October 10, 1774, he signally defeated the Shawnee Indians. He is known as the hero of Point Pleasant. His strikingly majestic form and figure never failed to remind me of the memorable remark made by the Governor of the colony of New York, when General Lewis was a commissioner on behalf of Virginia at the treaty of Fort Stanwix, in New York, in 1768, that "the earth seemed to tremble under him as he walked along." His statue is one of those around that of the father of his country, in Capitol Square, Richmond, Va.; it is marked with the name of Andrew Lewis, the "Hero of Point Pleasant." General Washington, under whom Lewis had served in various capacities, had formed such a high estimate of Lewis's character and ability, it is said, that when the chief command of the Revolutionary army was proposed to Washington he expressed a wish that it had been given to General Lewis. General Lewis died in 1781. General Andrew Lewis married (1749) Elizabeth Givens, of Augusta Co., Va., and left issue: "


Children:
12. I. Captain John Lewis((5))
16. II. Thomas Lewis((5)). Married Miss Evans, of Point Pleasant, Va.
17. III. Colonel Samuel Lewis((5)), U. S. A.; d. unmarried in Greenbrier Co., Va.
18. IV. Colonel Andrew Lewis((5)), U. S. A. of the Brent Mountain
24. V. Annie Lewis((5)). Married Roland Madison, of Kentucky. Issue:
29. VI. William Lewis((5)), b. 1764.


"Following what the Indians referred to as the Yellow Creek Massacre, violence between settlers and the various Indian tribes spread across western Virginia. Virginia Governor John Murray, Earl of Dunmore, decided to end the Indian uprising by force. He formed two armies. He led the first army, which was comprised of 1,700 men drawn primarily from the upper Shenandoah Valley, including present-day West Virginia's eastern panhandle region. Colonel Andrew Lewis led the second army. It was comprised of 800 men, drawn primarily from the lower Shenandoah Valley. The two armies marched into western Virginia to meet the Indians, which was led by Shawnee chieftain Keigh-tugh-qua, also known as Cornstalk. Lord Dunmore's army took a more northerly route through present-day West Virginia and Colonel Lewis' army took a more southerly route. Aware of their presence, the Indians, comprised of approximately 1,200 Shawnee, Delaware, Mingo, Wyandotte and Cayuga warriors, decided to attack Lewis' army on October 10, 1774. They hoped to defeat Colonel Lewis' army before it united with Lord Dunmore's army. The attack took place at the confluence of the Kanawha and Ohio Rivers, at present-day Point Pleasant, in Mason County. During the battle, both sides suffered significant losses.


Although nearly half of Lewis' commissioned officers were killed during the battle, including his brother, Colonel Charles Lewis, and seventy-five of his non-commissioned officers, the Indians were forced to retreat back to their settlements in Ohio's Scioto Valley, with Lewis' men in pursuit. Meanwhile, Lord Dunmore arrived and joined forces with Lewis. Seeing that they were outnumbered, Cornstalk sued for peace.


Although western Virginia's settlers continued to experience isolated Indian attacks for several years, Cornstalk's defeat at Point Pleasant was the beginning of the end of the Indian presence in western Virginia. The Indians agreed to give up all of their white prisoners, restore all captured horses and other property, and not to hunt south of the Ohio River. They also agreed to stop harassing boats on the Ohio River. This opened up present-day West Virginia and Kentucky for settlement. Cornstalk was later killed at Fort Randolph near Point Pleasant in 1777 in retaliation for the death of a militiaman who was killed by an Indian."


OHIO VALLEY
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"Andrew was a captain on 11 Sep 1754 and is directed by the governor to take his detachment and report to Col. Patton. On 12 Fen 1755, he was ordered to Winchester. That fall Washington chose him as major of the VA troops in his command. The next year he was ordered to build a fort in Cherokee country in what is now East Tennessee. In 1774, it was BGen. Andrew Lewis and residing in Botetourt Co who was ordered to march with 1100 to 1200 men to the Ohio. Andrew was appointed BGen. in the Continental army in 1776 in charge of all VA forces and defeated Lord Dunmore at Gwynn Island in VA. He played little other part in the war and died in 1781 and was buried on his estate "Dropmore" near Salem, Roanoke Co, VA (Waddell, Annals of Augusta, 1902).


Will of Andrew Lewis of Boteourt, dtd 28 Jan 1780; mentioned wife; sons John, Samuel, Thomas, Andrew, William; dau Ann; grandsons Andrew, Samuel, and John, sons of son John; Brothers Thomas and William; sister Margaret. Recorded in Botetourt 10 Jul 1782. Gen Andrew Lewis d. Sep 1781 (Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement, Vol II, pp. 175-176."


From: http://www.shifletfamily.org/War/fi.html.
The French and Indian War
America: French and Indian War, 1756 - 1759, ending with French defeat at Quebec
Europe: Seven Year's War, 1756 - 1763, ending with Peace of Paris
Also known as “the late war between Great Britain and France”


Major Andrew Lewis's Company


For Oct. - Dec. 1755, see the Journal of Captain Charles Lewis on Jeff Weaver's New River Notes site.


Major Andrew Lewis, son of John and Margaret [Lynn] Lewis, was born in Ulster, Ireland, in 1720. His father was of a Huguenot family which settled in Ireland, and came to Virginia in 1732. In 1756 he commanded the Sandy Creek Expedition; in 1758 was made prisoner and taken to Montreal in the expedition under Major Grant. He was made brigadier-general in 1774, and October to commanded the victorious Virginia troops at the battle of Point Pleasant against a most formidable force of Indians. Major Lewis was a prominent member of the House of Burgesses. He died September 25, 1781, at the residence of Captain Talbott, in Bedford County, Virginia, and was interred in the burial ground on his home farm on the Roanoke River. Source: Letters to Washington and Accompanying Papers. Published by the Society of the Colonial Dames of America. Edited by Stanislaus Murray Hamilton.--vol. 01


From the Virginia Colonial Records Project at VSL:


Survey Report No. 1785 p. 2
Folio 142r-145v
Letter from Governor Lyttelton of South Carolina to Board of Trade. Charlestown, 11 August 1756. ff.142r-144r letter received from Captain Demere of Fort Prince George, describing arrival on 28 June 1756 at Choote in Upper Cherokee country, of Major Lewis, Captain Overton and considerable number of men from Virginia. They intend to build fort on opposite side of river from fort proposed by South Carolina; Lyttelton's opinion on this. Summary of letter, dated 12 June 1756 from Governor Dinwiddie on subject. Summary of letters from Lyttelton to Indian chiefs urging them to go to assistance of Virginia now that fort was being built.


Survey Report No. 1887 page 3
f.f. 54-61
Governor William Henry Lyttleton of South Carolina to Earl of Loudoun. Charles Town 25 Aug 1756. Duplicate. A long report on the question of the construction of a fort near Chotte in Cherokee country by Virginians under Major Lewis and Captain Overton, and on the assistance given to friendly Cherokees on the way to assist in the defence of Virginia. Survey Report No. 7077
P. 5
ff. 69-70
Bouquet to Stanwix, Winchester, Dec. 20, 1759. Has been clear-up accounts there. Mr. Ramsey was unable to meet his contract, but will deliver flour to Ft. Burd. Forwarded Stanwix's packet to Governor Fauquier. Understands Governor Lyttelton wrote Fauquier that the Cherokees offered to deliver the offenders. Maj. Lewis just arrived from Montreal.


ff71-72
Stanwix to Bouquet, Pittsburgh, Dec. 24, 1759. Mentions Col. Byrd. Most of the Virginians are to stay at Fort Pitt with Capt. McKensie.


ff75 Stanwix to Bouquet, Pittsburgh, Jan. 10, 1760. Ligonier and Stony Creek are [manned by?] Virginians of the present.


Survey Report No. 1889 p. 3
Folio 16
Fauquier to Amherst. Williamsburgh. 11 March 1759. Enclosing a narrative, (not included in this volume), of the disastrous repulse of Major Grant's force near Fort do Quesne in order to clear the reputation of Major Lewis of the Virginia Provincials who (with Major Grant) was a prisoner of war. It was forwarded at the request of Colonel Washington, since Brigadier General Forbes was too ill to deal with the matter.


p.15, 16
Folio 177
Fauquier to Amherst. Williamsburgh.
2 Augst 1763. Having consulted the full Council, he had decided not to call the Assembly or to attempt to raise a Provincial Regiment owning to the delay involved, but to call out the militia to defend the frontiers. He had 500 men under Colonel Stephen on the North West frontier and another 500 under Colonel Anderson Lewis to protect the South West frontier. He believed the recent outrages in Virginia had been perpetrated by Northern Indians returning from attacking the Cherokees, and not by local Indians. Asks also for arms from the King's stores.


Survey Report No. 504
Depository: British Museum Class: Add.Ms. 21651 Title: Letters of Francis Fauquier, Andrew Lewis and Jos. Donnaldson to Col.Bouquet
f. 162
Andrew Lewis to [Co. Bouquet?]. 4 Feb 1765. Refusal of the Virginia Assembly to pay or otherwise assist soldiers who had joined the addressee from Virginia. Usual endorsements on f. 163 vo.


Survey Report No. 286
Depository: Public Record Office Class: C.O.5.48 Title: Original Correspondence - Secretary of State. Military Despatches.
pp.1-50&52 The Earl of Loudoun to Henry Fox, Albany, 22 November 1756 and New York, 26 December 1756. Regarding the recruiting of troops in the colonies, including an account of the raising of recruits in Virginia for the Royal American Regiment. pp53-54
(Enclosure as above). Schedule of papers enclosed and referred to in the above letter. including mention of a copy of a letter from Major Lewis to Lt. Governor Dinwiddie, Halifax Smiths Creek, 11 October 1756 with observations on the disposition of the Cherokees.
pp. 79-86 (Enclosure as above). The above mentioned Letter on the Cherokees.


Survey Report No. 275
p. 3
ff.349-350vo
Lt. governor Dinwiddie to Henry Fox Esq.; Williamsburg, 24 September 1756. Regarding the King's declaration of war against France, the treaties with the Indians and the army in America.
ff. 384-385 vo
Major A. Lewis to Lt. Governor Dinwiddie, Halifax Smith's Creek, 1 October 1756. Regarding the failure of the Cherokees to fulfill their promise of sending warriors to Virginia.
ff. 390-390 Major A. Lewis to Lt. Governor Dinwiddie, Chotee, 23 Jul 1756. regarding the building of the fort for the Cherokees and negotiations with the latter.


Survey Report No. 450
Depository: Public Record Office Class: C.O.5/63 pp.11-14 Lieutenant Governor Fauquier to Sir Jeffery Amherst. Williamsburgh, 15 Dec. 1762. Extract Reporting the disbandment of the Virginia Provincial Regiment “on account of the Clamour about Paper Money”. Endorsed on page 14 “in Sir J. Amherst's of Jan. 27 1763&$148;. pp.12 and 13 are blank.


pp15-18
Sir Jeffery Amherst to Lieutenant Governor Fauquier. New York, 15 Jan. 1763. Extract. Emphasizing the value of the services of the Virginia Provincial Regt. last summer as the only available reserve “from Halifax to Georgia” and expressing dis-satisfaction at the Regiment having been disbanded. Endorsed on p.18 as on page 14. Page 17 is blank.


p. 43-50
Seven Persons to the Earl of Egremont dated at Whitehall, 9 March 1763. Enclosing (see pp. 47-50) a memorial of George Washington, Adam Stephen and Andrew Lewis on behalf of themselves and the other surviving officers and soldiers who in 1753 had fought in defense of Virginia against the French and who were promised 200,000 acres of land east of the River Ohio. Endorsed on p.46 “March 9th 1763 - Lords of Trade - R 11th Meml of Major Washington” and further on p. 50 “in Lords of Trade of March 9 1763”


pp. 521-524
Lieutenant Governor Fauquier to Major General Sir Jeffery Amherst. Willimasburgh, 2 August 1763. Copy. reporting the calling out of 500 militia under Col. Stephen to protect the northern frontier and 500 more under Col. Lewis to protect the southern frontier. . .


pp 525-528
Major General Sir Jeffery Amherst to Lieut. Governor Fauquier. New York, 21 Aug 1763. copy. Approving the calling out of the Virginia Militia under the special circumstances and announcing action to be taken to identify the Indians who had raided the Virginia frontier.


Survey Report No. 288 p. 5 (need page 4) ff. 431 - 432 contd. the plight of Major Grant and Lewis of the Virginia Provincials who had been taken prisoners and many of their men killed.


A Company Roll for Majr. Andrew Lewis Company Aug 29 1757
Source: George Washington Papers Series 4. General Correspondence. 1697-1799 Andrew Lewis, August 29, 1757, Company Necessary Roll Image 22 & 23 of 1129, found at: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/mgwquery.html (search for “Lewis”)



[S1857] [S2693] [S2246]

[351700]
d. 20 SEP 1781

[351701]
buried on his estate "Dropmore" Salem, VA


                                                                _William LEWIS ______+
                                                               | (1600 - ....)       
                              _Andrew LEWIS ___________________|
                             | (1648 - ....)                   |
                             |                                 |_____________________
                             |                                                       
 _John LEWIS "the Immigrant"_|
| (1678 - 1762) m 1715       |
|                            |                                  _____________________
|                            |                                 |                     
|                            |_Mary CALHOUN ___________________|
|                              (1652 - ....)                   |
|                                                              |_____________________
|                                                                                    
|
|--Andrew LEWIS Hero of Pt. Pleasant
|  (1720 - 1782)
|                                                               _____________________
|                                                              |                     
|                             _WILLIAM LYNN Laird of Loch Lynn_|
|                            | (1672 - ....)                   |
|                            |                                 |_____________________
|                            |                                                       
|_Margaret LYNN _____________|
  (1698 - 1773) m 1715       |
                             |                                  _____________________
                             |                                 |                     
                             |_MARGARET PATTON ________________|
                               (1676 - ....)                   |
                                                               |_____________________
                                                                                     

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[S2693]

[S2246]

[S1857]

[S2693]

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Mary MILLS

ABT 1650 - ____

ID Number: I90008

  • RESIDENCE: of Rappahannock Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1650
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3338]
Father: William MILLS


Family 1 : John MOTLEY MOTLIN (MATLIN)
  1.  William MOTLEY
  2.  Henry MOTLEY
  3. +John MOTLEY
Family 2 : William SPICER

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                      |  |__
                      |     
 _William MILLS ______|
| (1620 - 1662)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Mary MILLS 
|  (1650 - ....)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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Heatley MYERS

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I52200

  • RESIDENCE: SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1864]

Family 1 : John Gainey JORDAN

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George Cannon OWENS

2 Nov 1810 - 10 Feb 1884

ID Number: I7981

  • RESIDENCE: Berkeley Co. SC
  • BIRTH: 2 Nov 1810, South Carolina
  • DEATH: 10 Feb 1884
  • BURIAL: Wassamassaw Baptist Church Cemetery, Berkeley Co. South Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: note [S11] [S306] [S2816] [S3531]

Family 1 : Mary Shuler CRAWFORD
  1. +Washington T. OWENS
  2. +Mary Schuler OWENS
Family 2 : Jane E. MCCANTS
Family 3 : Mary Jane EDWARDS
  1.  M. OWENS
  2.  Julia OWENS
  3.  LuLu OWENS
  4.  I.M. OWENS
  5.  L.W. OWENS
  6.  George Cannon OWENS Jr.
  7.  William OWENS
  8.  Susan J. OWENS
  9.  Lydia OWENS
  10.  John OWENS

Notes


My GGGrandfather's, George Cannon Owens, first wife was Mary Shuler Crawford d 1843 . She died apparently in childbirth (Mary Shuler Owens). Not sure of her burial place. G.C. Owens is buried behind Wassamassa Baptist Church in Berkely County SC beside his second wife Jane E. McCants.


Mary Shuler Owens married a McCants and is also buried here. Several Crawfords can also be found there dating to early 1800's. Joseph T. and wife Jane E. sons J.R. and G.J. both fell in Civil War. [S3531]

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Cerina PURL

1843 - 1854

ID Number: I25509

  • RESIDENCE: IN or IL
  • BIRTH: 1843
  • DEATH: 1854
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S197]
Father: Thomas Cunningham PURL
Mother: Mary Ann PURL



                                                                  _John? James? PURL __+
                                                                 | (1730 - ....) m 1760
                           _James PURL __________________________|
                          | (1769 - 1841) m 1812                 |
                          |                                      |_ CUNNINGHAM ________+
                          |                                        (1730 - ....) m 1760
 _Thomas Cunningham PURL _|
| (1812 - 1891) m 1836    |
|                         |                                       _____________________
|                         |                                      |                     
|                         |_Sarah________________________________|
|                           (1790 - ....) m 1812                 |
|                                                                |_____________________
|                                                                                      
|
|--Cerina PURL 
|  (1843 - 1854)
|                                                                 _____________________
|                                                                |                     
|                          _(RESEARCH QUERY) PERRILL\PEARL\PURL _|
|                         |                                      |
|                         |                                      |_____________________
|                         |                                                            
|_Mary Ann PURL __________|
  (1822 - 1899) m 1836    |
                          |                                       _____________________
                          |                                      |                     
                          |______________________________________|
                                                                 |
                                                                 |_____________________
                                                                                       

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Robert TAYLOR II

30 May 1785 - 24 Sep 1846

ID Number: I20142

  • RESIDENCE: Orange Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 30 May 1785, prob. Orange Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 24 Sep 1846, Virginia
  • BURIAL: Meadow Farm Cemetery,Orange,VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S662] [S2246]
Father: Robert TAYLOR
Mother: Frances PENDLETON


Family 1 : Mary Conway TAYLOR

                                                   _James TAYLOR II______+
                                                  | (1675 - 1730) m 1699 
                       _Erasmus TAYLOR ___________|
                      | (1715 - 1794) m 1749      |
                      |                           |_Martha THOMPSON _____+
                      |                             (1679 - 1762) m 1699 
 _Robert TAYLOR ______|
| (1763 - 1845) m 1784|
|                     |                            _John MOORE __________
|                     |                           | (1698 - 1759) m 1733 
|                     |_Jane MOORE _______________|
|                       (1728 - 1812) m 1749      |
|                                                 |_Rebecca CATLETT _____+
|                                                   (1702 - ....) m 1733 
|
|--Robert TAYLOR II
|  (1785 - 1846)
|                                                  _John PENDLETON Judge_+
|                                                 | (1719 - 1799) m 1744 
|                      _Edmund PENDLETON Sr.______|
|                     | (1744 - 1827) m 1764      |
|                     |                           |_Phoebe? JAMES _______+
|                     |                             (1720 - 1761) m 1744 
|_Frances PENDLETON __|
  (1767 - 1831) m 1784|
                      |                            _Joseph POLLARD ______+
                      |                           | (1701 - 1791) m 1724 
                      |_Mildred "Millie" POLLARD _|
                        (1747 - 1827) m 1764      |
                                                  |_Priscilla HOOMES ____+
                                                    (1702 - 1794) m 1724 

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[S2246]


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Elizabeth THOMPSON

____ - ____

ID Number: I102365

  • RESIDENCE: of Lancaster and Middlesex Cos. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3706]
Father: William or Roger THOMPSON
Mother: Mary


Family 1 : John SUMMERS

                                                           __
                                                          |  
                              _(RESEARCH QUERY) THOMPSON _|
                             |                            |
                             |                            |__
                             |                               
 _William or Roger THOMPSON _|
| (1630 - ....)              |
|                            |                             __
|                            |                            |  
|                            |____________________________|
|                                                         |
|                                                         |__
|                                                            
|
|--Elizabeth THOMPSON 
|  
|                                                          __
|                                                         |  
|                             ____________________________|
|                            |                            |
|                            |                            |__
|                            |                               
|_Mary_______________________|
                             |
                             |                             __
                             |                            |  
                             |____________________________|
                                                          |
                                                          |__
                                                             

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Frankey D. TINSLEY

ABT 1798 - ____

ID Number: I83095

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1798
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2468]
Father: George McDaniel TINSLEY Sr.
Mother: Charlotte JOHNS


Notes


2 Frankey D. TINSLEY b: ABT 1798 + James Doward JOHNS b: 1798

                                                     _Edward TINSLEY Sr.__+
                                                    | (1704 - 1782) m 1724
                               _Joshua TINSLEY _____|
                              | (1750 - 1822)       |
                              |                     |_Margaret TAYLOR ____+
                              |                       (1705 - 1782) m 1724
 _George McDaniel TINSLEY Sr._|
| (1773 - 1828)               |
|                             |                      _George MCDANIEL ____+
|                             |                     | (1722 - 1821) m 1746
|                             |_Sarah MCDANIEL _____|
|                               (1750 - 1818)       |
|                                                   |_Margaret GOFF ______+
|                                                     (1725 - 1807) m 1746
|
|--Frankey D. TINSLEY 
|  (1798 - ....)
|                                                    _____________________
|                                                   |                     
|                              _____________________|
|                             |                     |
|                             |                     |_____________________
|                             |                                           
|_Charlotte JOHNS ____________|
  (1781 - ....)               |
                              |                      _____________________
                              |                     |                     
                              |_____________________|
                                                    |
                                                    |_____________________
                                                                          

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Charles WADDELL

AFT 1860 - ____

ID Number: I27879

  • RESIDENCE: Baton Rouge, LA
  • BIRTH: AFT 1860
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1037]
Father: Hugh Theophilus WADDELL
Mother: Mary Frances YERSIN



                                                              _Noel WADDELL ________+
                                                             | (1774 - 1827) m 1797 
                            _Abel WADDELL ___________________|
                           | (1798 - 1872) m 1819            |
                           |                                 |_Mary Ann HODGES _____+
                           |                                   (1780 - 1827) m 1797 
 _Hugh Theophilus WADDELL _|
| (1821 - 1868) m 1860     |
|                          |                                  _James COLLINSWORTH __+
|                          |                                 | (1760 - ....) m 1794 
|                          |_Loretta Gillespie COLLINSWORTH _|
|                            (1800 - 1877) m 1819            |
|                                                            |_Jane "Jennie" BROWN _+
|                                                              (1778 - 1834) m 1794 
|
|--Charles WADDELL 
|  (1860 - ....)
|                                                             ______________________
|                                                            |                      
|                           _________________________________|
|                          |                                 |
|                          |                                 |______________________
|                          |                                                        
|_Mary Frances YERSIN _____|
  (1830 - ....) m 1860     |
                           |                                  ______________________
                           |                                 |                      
                           |_________________________________|
                                                             |
                                                             |______________________
                                                                                    

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Margaret WILLIAMSON

6 Oct 1756 - ____

ID Number: I89350

  • RESIDENCE: of Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 6 Oct 1756
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2174]

Family 1 : William ROBINSON I
  1.  William ROBINSON II

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