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Etheldred "Dred" T. BASS Esq.

ABT 1776 - 1818

ID Number: I4580

Signature of Etheldred T. Bass
  • RESIDENCE: Wake Co. NC 1793 ? Bullitt Co. KY 1797> Knox Co., IN By 1807
  • BIRTH: ABT 1776
  • DEATH: 1818, Knox Co.Indiana [S189]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S24] [S189] [S562]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) BASS\BASSE\BAAS\BAYSE


Family 1 : Catharine PANCAKE
  1.  Small BASS
  2. +James William BASS C.S.A.

Notes


Parents of Etheldred have not yet been identified.
DOB calculated from marriage assuming he was 21 yo.
It appears that Mathew and Etheldred BASS were in Wake Co NC in 1793.
Court Minutes 1793-1796
Page 56; Mar 1793 - A bill of sale from Matthew Bass, Milla Bass, Matthew Bass, Jr. And Etheldred Bass to Andrew Hartsfield was proved on the oath of John Pullin, Jr.,
Also of interest, Jesse BASS in Wake Co Court Records 1782 and 1791. Is this the Jesse who is in Wayne Co. NC 1800, 1810?
Also in Wake co Marriage Records:
Bass, Mordecai + Askew, Nancy 31 Oct 1799 Lewis Pettiford, BM
1800 Census Bass, Reuben NC Wake Co. Page # 720 00000-0000070


Last will and testament of Etheldred T. BASS date 12 Aug 1815
"Be it Remembered that I Etheldred T. Bass Being in perfect mind and sense Do make this my last Will and Testimony after Recommend my boday to the Earth and my Sole to God that give it Do Requesting personally propperty So mutch as will pay my just deats to be sold or so mutch as my Deare Wife may think propper and all the Rest of my Estat personally or Rale to be hears So Long as She Remains my Widder and at her Death or marrage to be Equally divided between my dware Children given under my hand this 12th of August 1815." Signed Eth T. Bafs witnessed by Wm T. Bafs


Estate Settlement of Etheldred T. BASS of Knox Co., IN dated 10 Dec 1818. Catherine Bass, widow designated adminstratrix, signed by Catherine Bass, Jacob Thorn, Jacob Pancake and William Bass. Witnessed by Francis White and R Buntin (?). Similar form document as James BASS above except that now using "s" instead of "f" where appropriate. His estate was inventoried by Jacob Thorn and Jacob Pancake - (not transcribed) includes 8 books Profession (wonder what that is?).


Bill of Sale of the Personal Estate of E. T. Bass decs'd dated 24 Dec 1818.
Samuel Risley 6 Pewter Plates 2.00
John Thickston 6 do 3.00
Abraham Rediner 6 spoons 0.2½
Wm Gamble 1 Soup spoon 0.20
Catherine Bass 1 Bason 0.25
Philip Cat 1 (do) dish 1.00
Job Wease 1 dish 1.12
Catherine Bass 1 dish 0.57
Catherine Bass 1 sett cups & saucers 0.31
Catherine Bass 1 sett knives & forks 1.00
John Thickston 1 sett razors & boel 2.75
David Webb 1 Looking glass 0.62
Solomon Tevebaugh 1 Tcane (?) 3.31
Catherine Bass 1 Smoothing Iron 0.50
Catherine Bass 1 Coffee pot 0.31
Catherine Bass 1 Chain 0.81
Jacob Hecks 1 do 0.50
Catherine Bass 2 Keelerg 0.50
David Reas 1 griddles 3.62
Catherine Bass 1 oven 1.37
John Fitz Patrick 1 do 2.12
Catherine Bass 1 pot 1.50
Catherine Bass 1 10 gall kettles 5.00
John Fitz Patrick 1 do 8.18
George Stearns 1 pot 4.68
Catherine Bass 1 chopping ax 1.50
Tamy Thorn 1 sett ploughs trong 2.20
Jacob Pillow 1 shovel plough 1.00
Jacob Pancake 1 drawing knife & Clevig 0.62
Catherine Bass 1 Clevig 0.46
52.11¾


Misc Papers
Etheldred T. Bass Will signature and handwriting proven December 10th 1818 by Wm Gamble and John Knox & Jacob Pancake – Wm Bass the only subscribing witness proved this will.
Cash paid to the following in the settlement of Etheldred's estate:
1819
Jesse Barlow
William Burtch
T. Coleman
David Bron
James Lemmon
F. Greater Esq. (sp?)
ch F. White
John Decker
F. Coleman
L. Almy
Ja Thorn
Tho Westfall
1821
Moses Tabb Esq
TCo Johnson
E. Stout
Joseph Wilmore
William Gamble
James Thorn
Wm Muer
Wm Gamble
S. Teverbaugh
James Thorn
1822:
James Thorn
Hugh Shaw
Wm. Lindsey
John Decker*
Jno Decker
James Thorn
Wm.L Withey
Joshua T Band


John Decker was Deputy Sheriff


Acct of money received by Catherine 14-17 Dec 1818 include Nathan Frederick, Jacob Hick, James Thorn, Wm Gamble (cash totalling $41.00).


Acct of Sals Wm Gamble Esq which was left with E. T. Bass for collection:
David Reed Vs TC Purtle 18 Dec 1817
A. Claycomb Vs F Averlin 26 July 1818
Wm H. Beedle Vs J. William 4 Aug 1818
Ja Jordan Vs Jn Evans 24 Jun 1818
Wm Knox Vs. J Reel 18 Feb 1818
S Setzen Vs. B Godfrey 27 Nov 1818
Wm Knox Vs. G Vankirk 21 Jan 1818


Catherine continued to pay off Etheldred's debts at least until 1824. Some of the misc notes in file are included herein.


25 July 1816 Note: Mr. James Walker or Mr. Willis Boon old friends please let Mr. Sollomon have two Dollars and I will pay you the same the firs time I see you. I am youres HC signed Eth. T. Bass


Ledger Dr. Etheldred Bass of what appears to be from a general store beginning 10 May 1817 through Oct 1818 totally $111.2½ purchasing approximately monthly probably charged to his account with Wm Busteh for whiskey, rum, cakes, powder, bread, cheese, coffee, spices and tobacco. [Note the majority of Etheldred's purchases were some form of alcohol often by the case. Was he selling it? See Brunswick Co VA Order Book 11 p. 254 Grand Jury indiated Drury Bass for retailing liquors without license. May 1770. http://gnat.net/~lea/brunswick.htm ]


23 July 1818 Dred Bass sir please to pay Mr. Joseph Willmore the just and full sum of fore dollars and you will oblige your friend John Berlin.


9 Nov 1818 Note signed by Etheldred T. BASS to Moses Tabbs


1 Dec 1818 E Bass Esq to David Brown Dr. 1818July 9 1 piece India Muslin 6.00, 9 yds Tickling 5.62 total 11.62½.


29 April 1819 Record of payment by Catherine Bass to James Lemmon to settle debt of Etheldred T. Bass with Richard Bowman decd witnessed by Wm. Gamble and D. Webb.


5 Sept 1820 Received of Catharine Bass Adm of E T. Bass decd five dollars in full of a judgement that was in my favour on Esquir Bass Dockett ??? this Life time agains Samuel Adams. This 5 September 1820. Signed Thomas Westfall; witness James House.


9 July 1821 Knox Co Harrison Twp James Boner Justice of Peace for Knox Co.


1823 Catharine Bass paid two dollars tax on 100 acres of land for the present year to John Decker.


22 Sept 1824 note signed by Joshua Bond Justice of the Peace, Knox Co., IN - Catherine BASS appeared before him to satisfy a judgement obtained by James Walker against Etheldred T. BASS.


A possible relative is Samuel BASS, Sr. of Northampton Co., NC whose will dated 13 August 1789 "lend wife Sarah BASS use of his plantation and negroes, beds, furniture etc. until my children grows up and lend her also use of my stock during her widowhood. To son Herrod BASS my land and plantation after wife's decease or marriage to sd. Herrod and my daughters Ann BASS and Susannah SNIPES 1 negro each to son Matthew BASS cow and calf stock remaining at wife's death or marriage to be sold and money equally divided between all my Children: Samuel, Burwell BASS, Lucy PEEBLES, Phebba JORDAN, Susannah SNIPES, Matthew, HERROD and Ann BASS. Executors: my wife and son Samuel BASS. Witnesses: Henry PEEBLES, Olive FAIRFAX x her mark. Jesse BARREN."


Gleamings from various HARROD links on the internet: Note that James Harrod, son of John Harrod and Sarah Moore, founded the first permanent settlement in Kentucky. Daniel Boone founded the second Kentucky Settlement, Boonesboro. Harrodsburg, the seat of Mercer county, was founded by James Harrod in 1774 as Harrod's Town. It may be the oldest town in Kentucky and was the seat of Kentucky county, Virginia when it was formed in 1776. Among the signers of the "Original Petition of Inhabitants" from Kentucky in 1780 were: James Harrod, Jonathan Harrod, and Edward Harrod. The first post office opened in 1794.


As a Captain in Gen. George Rogers Clark's Regiment, William HARROD received 3000 acres on the opposite side of the Ohio River from Louisville, north of this tract is the town of Harrodsburg, INDIANA, named after WILLIAM Harrod brother of James. [NOTE ALSO: the first PANCAKE family found on KY census is in Mercer Co, KY!]


"Thomas Harrod, eldest of the sons, and ancester of the Harrods of Scott County, Indiana, Married in Maryland in 1743, Mary Noel, and on April 14, 1744, thier first child was born. He was named James Noell Harrod. Mary Harrod died at, or shortly after, the birth of her son. Thomas remained single until 1755, at which time he married Hannah Ellsworth. He served throughout the French and Indian war, which began in 1756 and ended in 1763. In 1770 he and his family moved to Rutherford County, North Carolina. Wheather James Noell Harrod lived with Thomas during his single years is unkown. However, what is known, James N. Harrod, at the age of twenty six, married on March 14, 1775, Elizabeth Stewart, of Chimney Rock, North Carolina. She stayed at her parent's home while James and his father, Thomas, were at Harrodsburg with Col. James Harrod. James N. was two years younger than his famous uncle, and he was sometimes callewd James Jr., to distinguish him from his uncle. On September 28, 1776, Elizabeth became the mother of their first son, who was named Samuel after the uncle who was killed by the Indians in 1780. Thomas remained in Kentucky for some years, but he left his family in North Carolina. In 1785 he returned to North Carolina, and in 1798 he moved to Wilson County, Tennessee, where sometime later he was killed by Indians while plowing a field." [This is very interesting, particularly Wilson County TN where Jacob BASS's children migrated to (grandson Etheldred BASS)]


Matthew BASS was in Vincennes IN 1807 - and would likely be a brother of our Etheldred. Note also that two Drury BASSes also of Northhampton Co., NC were son and grandson of John BASS whose Will is dated 14 June 1777 - interesting note also that John WEBB is a witness on this Will. It is possible that the Drury BASS who was in Vincennes in 1807 is a cousin, brother or uncle of our Etheldred.


Etheldred is somehow related to James BASS where in 1815 Knox Co., IN there is a Bond document with Etheldred T. Bass, admin., John Thickston, Wm. Bass. James and William BASS fought in the Battle of Tippecanoe where they are on the Roll of Company of Mounted Riflemen of the Indiana Militia from October 25, to November 19, 1811. I believe this James to be the James who married Delilah Patterson, Bullitt Co., KY.


1807 BASS in Territorial Census IN
Drueah - Knox Co.
Etheldred F (T?) - Knox
Mathew - Knox


1810 BASS, John - Indiana, Harrison Co., Exeter Twp. from CD #311


1820 Census INDIANA BASS
Howel 120001-33010-0100 Gibson 236
Chatharine 110100-00010-0000 Knox 91
William 000010-10010-0100 Knox 91
Arthur 000020-20100-0100 Washington 209
Reuben 000000-00000-0400 Washington 212


I suspect that Etheldred had the following relatives probably sibs: Sally BASS m. David WEBB July 12, 1818--Knox co., IN and William BASS who lived next door to Catharine. I believe this the same William T. Bass who married Dorothy Pancake--Dec 8, 1810--Knox co., IN.


Will of Etheldred T. Bass leaving his estate to his unnamed wife and children dated and signed 12 Aug 1815, witnessed by William Bass and recorded in 1818 Knox Co., IN. Also in 1818 Knox Co., IN Bond document Catherine Bass, widow, Jacob Thorn, Jacob Pancake, and William Bass. Appraisement, sale bill. Will mentions but does not name children. Bills, receipts. 28 pgs.


Knox Co., IN - Marriages to Mar. 1836
WEASE, John JERROLD, Polly lic 1810 Jul 17
BASS, William T PANCAKE, Dorothy 1810 Dec 08
WEBB, David BASS, Sally 1818 Jul 12
WRIGHT, William BASS, Catherine lic 1825 Mar 04
of Pike Co. widow
OWENS, Thomas BASS, Dorothy 1827 Jul 01
BASS, Small WEASE, Sally 1829 Nov 20


Pike Co., IN - Marriages prior to 1850
COLEMAN, Page M Mary T BASS 1835 Aug 11
COLEMAN, Samuel D Charlotte BASS 1837 May 11


Note: There is an Ethelred BASS in Wilson Co. TN 1860 Census age 71 who served in the War of 1812. Nancy BASS age 40 is also in the household. I think he is the son of Theophillus BASS who is son of Jacob BASS.



The Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers from NC - BASS include :
Aaron Drew John Sion
Andrew Drury Jonathan Theophilus
Andrew Dr. Edward Mathew Timothy
Arthur Edward Moses Uriah
Benjamin Esau Philip Will
Brittain Hardy Rasha William
Burwell Isaac Reuben Willis
Council Jacob Richard Wright
Dred Jethro Richard Dr.


Notes: Philip named a son Dred and this family moved to Missouri after Philip died. Theophilus named a son Etheldred and they moved to Wilson Co., TN. I still have not determined where the name Dred was first used, but it is obviously a family name among certain BASSes.


Is there a family connection to royalty?
Ethelred II "The Unready"
978-1013
1014-1016
"Following the assassination of his brother, Edward, Ethelred II was propelled upon the English throne at the age of 10 years. The circumstance of his rise to power, as a pawn in the ambitions of others, did not alter throughout his 48 years of life.


The nickname of Unready is though to derive from the Saxon word meaning 'with no reputable policy' which can be taken as both accurate and ironic in that Ethelred is itself said to have meant 'noble policy'.


Ethelred was married twice. His first wife, Elfigfu of Mercia bore him no less than 11 children:
Athelstan, Ecgbert, Edmund, Edred, Edwig, Edgar, Wulfhild, Edgyrth, Elfgifu and a further two other daughters whose names are not commonly recorded.


His second marriage, to Emma of Normandy, produced three children, Edward, Alfred and Goda.


All through his reign he was shackled by the fact that he could not fully trust the support of his generals, both military and political, at a time when the fearsome Danish invaders were a constant threat to the English. In an act of, what proved to be, futile appeasement Ethelred attempted to stem the Danish ambitions by paying what was known as Danegeld.


In 1009 the King of the Danes, Sweyn decided that as well as keeping the territory, and monies, he had taken from the English he would now pursue the whole country. Four years later, in 1013, Sweyn had overrun the country and Ethelred had fled to Normandy to seek protection from Emma's brother, Robert the Good.


This flight brings into the picture the grandson of Robert the Good, William, later to be known as William the Conqueror.


Sweyn died in 1014 and Ethelred reclaimed the English crown for a further 2 years before his death at the age of 48 in 1016. [S458] [S459] [S210] [S566] [S565] [S457] [S567]


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|--Etheldred "Dred" T. BASS Esq.
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[S189]

[S24]

[S189]

[S562]

[S458]

[S459]

[S210]

[S566]

[S565]

[S457]

[S567]


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Dorothy Marie CARAWAN


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Ambrose COLEMAN

ABT 1735 - 1813

ID Number: I50570

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1735
  • DEATH: 1813, Culpeper County, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1803]
Father: James COLEMAN
Mother: Eleanor MADISON


Family 1 : Elizabeth LUCAS
  1. +Thomas COLEMAN
  2. +James COLEMAN

Notes


"The will of Ambrose Coleman was probated in 1813, Culpeper Co. VA, but the Will Book in which it was recorded has been lost. From the will of his brother, James Coleman, it was established the Ambrose left children, probably:"
Children
Thomas Coleman
James Coleman
Madison Coleman
Judith Coleman
Eleanor "Nelly" Coleman

[S1803]


                                                _Robert COLEMAN II___________+
                                               | (1656 - 1713) m 1678        
                       _Robert COLEMAN III_____|
                      | (1680 - 1748) m 1702   |
                      |                        |_Ann SPILSBE ________________+
                      |                          (1659 - ....) m 1678        
 _James COLEMAN ______|
| (1705 - 1764) m 1732|
|                     |                         _Samuel CLAYTON _____________
|                     |                        | (1658 - ....) m 1680        
|                     |_Mary CLAYTON __________|
|                       (1682 - 1735) m 1702   |
|                                              |_Susannah____________________
|                                                (1660 - 1710) m 1680        
|
|--Ambrose COLEMAN 
|  (1735 - 1813)
|                                               _John MADISON I______________+
|                                              | (1625 - 1683)               
|                      _John MADISON II________|
|                     | (1663 - 1717) m 1692   |
|                     |                        |_Marie AMBROSE (WIDOW) ______
|                     |                          (1620 - ....)               
|_Eleanor MADISON ____|
  (1704 - 1758) m 1732|
                      |                         _Thomas TODD "the Immigrant"_
                      |                        | (1619 - ....) m 1657        
                      |_Isabella Minor? TODD? _|
                        (1663 - 1710) m 1692   |
                                               |_Anne GORSUCH _______________+
                                                 (1638 - 1702) m 1657        

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[S1803]

[S1803]


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Thomas DILLARD

1705 - 23 Oct 1774

ID Number: I63174

  • RESIDENCE: King and Queen and Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1705, King and Queen Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 23 Oct 1774, Berkley Parish, Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S2112]

Family 1 : Elizabeth HOLLADAY?
  1. +Joseph DILLARD
  2. +James DILLARD
Family 2 : Sarah MASON

Notes


"He married (2) SARAH MASON Abt. 1756, daughter of PETER MASON. She died Abt. 1779 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia." [S2112]

Sources

[S2112]

[S2112]


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ALAN FITZALAN Senescal Of Bretagne

ABT 1140 - ____

ID Number: I59258

  • RESIDENCE: FR
  • BIRTH: ABT 1140
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes

Family 1 :
  1. +JOHN FITZALAN Lord of Clun

Notes


Per Jeff Snavely [SMTP:jsnavely@oecadvantage.net]
I have the root of the FitzAlan family as Alan le Senescal of Dol, Dapifer of Dol, Norman Baron of Shropshire. The family is said to be "descended from the old Armorican Counts of Dol and Dinan, a race whose origin is lost in the mists of antiquity. They are generally believed to have been the descendants and representatives of the ancient patriarchal rulers of Armorica in the time of Julius C‘sar." [The Story of the Stewarts by the Stewart Society] The descendants of this Alan's grandson Ala(i)n fitz Flaald is where one branch became the FitzAlan Family, Earls of Arundel, and another branch became the Stewart/Stuart family, High Stewards of Scotland and later Kings of Scotland (Kings of Scots) among other lines with various lesser titles.


The first Alan was Dapifer of Dol, but NOT Baron of Shropshire. It was his grandson Alan Fitz Flaald who was the first to come to England (under Henry I). He is looked at as the
patriarch for three reason, I would guess. First, he was the point at which the two main families of descendants, the Fitz Alana and Sewarts, diverged. Second, he was the first of the family in England, and Third, and most importantly, until the work of Round early in this century, he was the earliest person to whom the family could be traced. taf


OF CLUNE & OSWESTRY

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James W. HIGGINBOTHAM

ABT 1818 - ____

ID Number: I15195

  • RESIDENCE: Bedford Co. VA & Moved West After 1860.
  • BIRTH: ABT 1818, Bedford Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S177] [S186] [S267] [S849]
Father: Joseph Cabell HIGGINBOTHAM Sr.
Mother: Lucy Neville WILLS


Family 1 : Nancy DEWITT

                                                        _John? HIGGINBOTHAM _________________+
                                                       | (1694 - 1744)                       
                                  _James HIGGINBOTHAM _|
                                 | (1729 - 1813) m 1779|
                                 |                     |_WIDOW Higginbotham Frances? RILEY? _+
                                 |                       (1696 - 1751)                       
 _Joseph Cabell HIGGINBOTHAM Sr._|
| (1782 - 1842) m 1803           |
|                                |                      _____________________________________
|                                |                     |                                     
|                                |_Rachel CAMPBELL? ___|
|                                  (1744 - 1809) m 1779|
|                                                      |_____________________________________
|                                                                                            
|
|--James W. HIGGINBOTHAM 
|  (1818 - ....)
|                                                       _Matthew WILLS ______________________+
|                                                      | (1703 - 1761) m 1725                
|                                 _James WILLS ________|
|                                | (1742 - 1820)       |
|                                |                     |_ SMITH _____________________________+
|                                |                       (1700 - ....) m 1725                
|_Lucy Neville WILLS ____________|
  (1780 - 1854) m 1803           |
                                 |                      _____________________________________
                                 |                     |                                     
                                 |_Mildred "Milly"_____|
                                   (1750 - 1816)       |
                                                       |_____________________________________
                                                                                             

Sources

[S177]

[S186]

[S267]

[S849]


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Alexander KERR


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John NORRIS

Oct 1709 - ABT 1789

ID Number: I94633

  • RESIDENCE: Lancaster Co. Virginia
  • BIRTH: Oct 1709, Lancaster Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 1789
  • RESOURCES: See: notes
Father: John NORRIS
Mother: Mary OPIE


Notes


Lancaster County Will Books
Page: Book 22, Pg. 225 & 283; October 19,1789 & January 17, 1791
Text: "sons: James, William Martin & John Norris. Daus: Agnes Robinson, Elizabeth Norris, & Judith Norris. John Stonum's [Stoneham] Children."


"To John Norris & His Heirs, Agnes Robinson, Elizabeth Norris, Judith Norris & John Stoneham's children."
Note: Lancaster County Will Books, Book 22, Pg. 225 & 283, "sons: James, William Martin & John Norris. Daus: Agnes Robinson, Elizabeth Norris, & Judith Norris. John Stonum's [Stoneham] Children."
***John Stoneham was husband of Jane Norris, daughter of John Norris & Jean Cammell
"To John Norris & His Heirs, Agnes Robinson, Elizabeth Norris, Judith Norris & John Stoneham's children."
.
Title: Ancestral File (R)
Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Publication: Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998


Title: Ancestry.com World family tree, File = Charles & Kate Carter Family tree, # 2157819, ID # i815


Jean Camele (Wife) b. 1716 in Lancaster County, Virginia


Marriage: 4 APR 1737
Children:
James Norris b. 1742 in Lancaster County, Virginia
Jane Norris b. 1739 in Lancaster County, Virginia
John Norris b. 1746 in Lancaster County, Virginia
Agnes Norris b. Bet. 1744 - 1748 in Lancaster County, Virginia
William Norris b. About. 1750 in Lancaster County, Virginia
Martin Norris b. 1753 in Lancaster County, Virginia
Elizabeth Norris b. 1756 in Lancaster County, Virginia
Judith Norris b. 1758 in Lancaster County, Virginia



                                             _Edward NORRIS ______+
                                            | (1639 - 1695) m 1660
                       _William NORRIS _____|
                      | (1661 - 1714)       |
                      |                     |_Mary FREEMAN _______
                      |                       (1640 - ....) m 1660
 _John NORRIS ________|
| (1684 - 1718) m 1708|
|                     |                      _Thomas NORRIS II____+
|                     |                     | (1638 - 1683) m 1661
|                     |_Martha NORRIS ______|
|                       (1662 - ....)       |
|                                           |_Martha IRONMONGER __+
|                                             (1638 - ....) m 1661
|
|--John NORRIS 
|  (1709 - 1789)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _Edward OPIE ________|
|                     | (1627 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Mary OPIE __________|
  (1689 - ....) m 1708|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Bertha Beatrice SACHSE

12 Jan 1894 - 9 Mar 1981

ID Number: I63

  • RESIDENCE: Oklahoma City, OK
  • BIRTH: 12 Jan 1894, Clarden, TX [S139]
  • DEATH: 9 Mar 1981, Fort Smith, AR/Van Buren, AR [S139]
  • BURIAL: Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
  • RESOURCES: See: [S21] [S41]
Father: Robert Lee SACHSE
Mother: Dona Inez REDDELL


Family 1 : Henry Palmer KIRBY
  1.  Infant KIRBY
  2. +Evelyn Beverly KIRBY

Notes


Bert was a member of the Roland Baptist Church and a supervisor with the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. for 40 years. Her obituary notice states she died 31 Mar 1981.

                                                _William SACHSE "the Immigrant"_+
                                               | (1820 - 1899) m 1854           
                       _Daniel Boone SACHSE ___|
                      | (1856 - 1934) m 1873   |
                      |                        |_Martha Ann "Marty" FROST ______+
                      |                          (1833 - 1916) m 1854           
 _Robert Lee SACHSE __|
| (1878 - 1948) m 1894|
|                     |                         _Garrard Young CHERRY __________+
|                     |                        | (1812 - 1862) m 1831           
|                     |_Lilly Drucella CHERRY _|
|                       (1858 - 1934) m 1873   |
|                                              |_Mary Ann Katherine EDWARDS ____+
|                                                (1815 - 1870) m 1831           
|
|--Bertha Beatrice SACHSE 
|  (1894 - 1981)
|                                               _William Carroll REDDELL _______+
|                                              | (1824 - 1890) m 1844           
|                      _William James REDDELL _|
|                     | (1851 - 1939) m 1878   |
|                     |                        |_Cynthia Ann RIDDELL ___________+
|                     |                          (1825 - 1909) m 1844           
|_Dona Inez REDDELL __|
  (1878 - 1958) m 1894|
                      |                         _John FERGUSON _________________+
                      |                        | (1830 - ....)                  
                      |_Sara Jennie FERGUSON __|
                        (1854 - 1931) m 1878   |
                                               |_Harriett GRIGGS _______________+
                                                 (1830 - ....)                  

Sources

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[S139]

[S21]

[S41]


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Mary TENLEY

ABT 1720 - ____

ID Number: I78712

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1720
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2453]

Family 1 : John Stockton RIDGEWAY

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Calvin TINSLEY

ABT 1830 - AFT 1885

ID Number: I40399

  • RESIDENCE: Allen Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1830
  • DEATH: AFT 1885
  • RESOURCES: See: [S816]
Father: Isaac TINSLEY Jr.
Mother: Charlotte MURRAY



                                             _Edward TINSLEY Sr.__+
                                            | (1704 - 1782) m 1724
                       _Isaac TINSLEY Sr.___|
                      | (1738 - 1814) m 1772|
                      |                     |_Margaret TAYLOR ____+
                      |                       (1705 - 1782) m 1724
 _Isaac TINSLEY Jr.___|
| (1786 - 1858) m 1819|
|                     |                      _Ambrose LEA\LEE ____+
|                     |                     | (1730 - 1764) m 1752
|                     |_Jane LEA\LEE _______|
|                       (1756 - 1833) m 1772|
|                                           |_Frances PENN _______+
|                                             (1734 - 1812) m 1752
|
|--Calvin TINSLEY 
|  (1830 - 1885)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _Thomas MURRAY ______|
|                     | (1770 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Charlotte MURRAY ___|
  (1790 - ....) m 1819|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Hannah BUSHNELL ____|
                        (1770 - ....)       |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Rev. Joseph Zachary TYLER

ABT 1840 - ____

ID Number: I55937

  • TITLE: Rev.
  • OCCUPATION: Miister of Church of Disciples
  • RESIDENCE: Macon Co. IL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1840
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1929]
Father: John William TYLER
Mother: Elvira OXLEY



                                             _William TYLER __________+
                                            | (1747 - 1843) m 1774    
                       _Benjamin TYLER _____|
                      | (1783 - 1870)       |
                      |                     |_Letitia "Letty" GEORGE _
                      |                       (1755 - 1848) m 1774    
 _John William TYLER _|
| (1807 - 1888) m 1831|
|                     |                      _________________________
|                     |                     |                         
|                     |_Susannah SHORES ____|
|                       (1787 - 1866)       |
|                                           |_________________________
|                                                                     
|
|--Joseph Zachary TYLER 
|  (1840 - ....)
|                                            _________________________
|                                           |                         
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_________________________
|                     |                                               
|_Elvira OXLEY _______|
  (1812 - ....) m 1831|
                      |                      _________________________
                      |                     |                         
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_________________________
                                                                      

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Bartlett Thornton YANCEY I

1736 - Oct 1784

ID Number: I22108

  • RESIDENCE: Hanover Co. VA & Caswell Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 1736, Hanover Co. VA
  • DEATH: Oct 1784, Caswell Co. NC
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: HLNT-B0) [S736] [S1835] [S2010] [S2639]
Father: James YANCEY
Mother: Ann or Elizabeth THORNTON


Family 1 : Ann GRAVES
  1.  Sarah YANCEY
  2.  John YANCEY
  3.  James YANCEY
  4. +Thomas Graves YANCEY
  5.  Elizabeth Perry YANCEY
  6.  Isabel YANCEY
  7.  Mary YANCEY
  8.  Nancy YANCEY
  9.  Frances V. YANCEY
  10. +Bartlett YANCEY II

Notes


Rec: 1786 - Caswell Co. NC - Estate divided among wife & 10 children. U. S.



                                                    _Charles YANCEY I "the Immigrant"_
                                                   | (1642 - 1690)                    
                              _Charles YANCEY II___|
                             | (1678 - 1745) m 1704|
                             |                     |_Mary LEIGHTON ___________________
                             |                       (1658 - ....)                    
 _James YANCEY ______________|
| (1704 - 1779) m 1735       |
|                            |                      __________________________________
|                            |                     |                                  
|                            |_Mary BARTLETT ______|
|                              (1685 - 1748) m 1704|
|                                                  |__________________________________
|                                                                                     
|
|--Bartlett Thornton YANCEY I
|  (1736 - 1784)
|                                                   __________________________________
|                                                  |                                  
|                             _____________________|
|                            |                     |
|                            |                     |__________________________________
|                            |                                                        
|_Ann or Elizabeth THORNTON _|
  (1714 - 1779) m 1735       |
                             |                      __________________________________
                             |                     |                                  
                             |_____________________|
                                                   |
                                                   |__________________________________
                                                                                      

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