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Elizabeth

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I51048

  • RESIDENCE: Halifax Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1819]

Family 1 : Richard C. TERRELL
  1. +Anthony M. TERRELL

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Floride Bonneau CALHOUN

15 Feb 1792 - 25 Jul 1866

ID Number: I68956

  • RESIDENCE: Old Pendleton Dist. SC
  • BIRTH: 15 Feb 1792
  • DEATH: 25 Jul 1866
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2630]
Father: John Ewing CALHOUN
Mother: Floride BONNEAU


Family 1 : John Caldwell CALHOUN Vice Pres. USA

                                                         _James Patrick CALHOUN "the Immigrant"_
                                                        | (1688 - 1741)                         
                       _Ezekiel CALHOUN "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1720 - 1762) m 1742            |
                      |                                 |_Catherine MONTGOMERY _________________+
                      |                                   (1683 - 1760)                         
 _John Ewing CALHOUN _|
| (1749 - 1802) m 1786|
|                     |                                  _______________________________________
|                     |                                 |                                       
|                     |_Jane EWING _____________________|
|                       (1720 - ....) m 1742            |
|                                                       |_______________________________________
|                                                                                               
|
|--Floride Bonneau CALHOUN 
|  (1792 - 1866)
|                                                        _______________________________________
|                                                       |                                       
|                      _Samuel BONNEAU _________________|
|                     | (1725 - 1788) m 1748            |
|                     |                                 |_______________________________________
|                     |                                                                         
|_Floride BONNEAU ____|
  (1765 - 1836) m 1786|
                      |                                  _______________________________________
                      |                                 |                                       
                      |_Mary Frances de LONGUEMARE _____|
                        (1720 - ....) m 1748            |
                                                        |_______________________________________
                                                                                                

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Frank N. CANULETTE

2 Nov 1888 - 23 Aug 1952

ID Number: I5058

  • OCCUPATION: Bank Director; Pres Of Canulette Shipbuilding Co.
  • RESIDENCE: Madisonville and Gretna and Slidell, LA
  • BIRTH: 2 Nov 1888, Madisonville, Louisiana
  • DEATH: 23 Aug 1952, Slidell, or New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S1720] [S1904]
Father: David F. CANULETTE
Mother: Annie Louise COOPER


Family 1 : Fluvia "Flo" MCMANUS
  1. +Alice Grace CANULETTE
  2. +Annie Lois CANULETTE
  3. +Andrew Mayo CANULETTE
  4. +Frank Keller CANULETTE
  5. +Ernest Lee "Buddy" CANULETTE
  6. +Eugenia CANULETTE

                                              ________________________________________
                                             |                                        
                        _____________________|
                       |                     |
                       |                     |________________________________________
                       |                                                              
 _David F. CANULETTE __|
| (1853 - 1936)        |
|                      |                      ________________________________________
|                      |                     |                                        
|                      |_____________________|
|                                            |
|                                            |________________________________________
|                                                                                     
|
|--Frank N. CANULETTE 
|  (1888 - 1952)
|                                             _(RESEARCH QUERY) COOPER SC, NC, VA, GA_
|                                            |                                        
|                       _William COOPER _____|
|                      | (1830 - ....)       |
|                      |                     |________________________________________
|                      |                                                              
|_Annie Louise COOPER _|
  (1852 - 1924)        |
                       |                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) HOLMES _______________
                       |                     |                                        
                       |_Jane HOLMES ________|
                         (1830 - ....)       |
                                             |________________________________________
                                                                                      

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[S1720]

[S1904]


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Clay HOLLIDAY

ABT 1855 - 1933

ID Number: I76193

  • RESIDENCE: McComb, Mississippi
  • BIRTH: ABT 1855
  • DEATH: 1933, McComb, Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1166]

Family 1 :
  1. +Henry Earl HOLLIDAY Sr.

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James JETT

1795 - ____

ID Number: I22523

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: 1795
  • RESOURCES: See: [S764]
Father: John JETT
Mother: Hannah CALVERT


Family 1 : Julia Anne LANE

Notes


Issue: Eliza Jane, John, Mary Frances, Lavinia, Hannah Calvert, William Armistead Lane, Ellen, Elvira and James. [S764]

                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _John JETT __________|
| (1770 - ....) m 1793|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--James JETT 
|  (1795 - ....)
|                                            _George CALVERT V____+
|                                           | (1712 - 1782) m 1740
|                      _John CALVERT IV_____|
|                     | (1742 - 1790) m 1772|
|                     |                     |_Anne CRUPPER _______+
|                     |                       (1720 - 1779) m 1740
|_Hannah CALVERT _____|
  (1778 - 1861) m 1793|
                      |                      _John BAILEY ________+
                      |                     | (1720 - ....)       
                      |_Hellen BAILEY ______|
                        (1750 - ....) m 1772|
                                            |_Mary NEWSOME _______
                                              (1720 - ....)       

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Jacob KINNEY of Oak Hill

24 Jul 1765 - 15 Mar 1812

ID Number: I84877

  • RESIDENCE: Albemarle and Augusta Cos. Staunton, VA
  • BIRTH: 24 Jul 1765, of Albemarle Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 15 Mar 1812, Oak Hill near Staunton, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3144]
Father: William KINNEY Sr.
Mother: Mary Ann CHESLEY?


Family 1 : Ann "Nancy" MORRIS

Notes


I. Jacob Kinney((2)), b. Albemarle Co., Va., July 24, 1765; d. Oak Hill, near Staunton, March 15, 1812. Married in Albemarle Co., 1788, Ann Morris, usually called Nancy; b. 1766; d. Oak Hill, Dec. 13, 1824.


                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _William KINNEY Sr.__|
| (1725 - 1794) m 1764|
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Jacob KINNEY of Oak Hill
|  (1765 - 1812)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Mary Ann CHESLEY? __|
  (1727 - 1805) m 1764|
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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William MARSHALL II

ABT 1665 - 1697

ID Number: I13240

  • RESIDENCE: Charles Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1665, Near Wicomico River, Allens Fresh, Charles Co. Maryland
  • DEATH: 1697, Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S2921] [S2930]
Father: William MARSHALL I
Mother: Catherine PAYNE?


Family 1 : Elizabeth HANSON
  1. +Thomas MARSHALL of "Marshall Hall" Gent.
  2. +William MARSHALL III

Notes


William Marshall II, who died in 1698. His will was dated 11/2/1697-6/28/1698.


"William Marshall, son of William Marshall, dec'd william Marshall in his lifetime stood indebted to John England for transporting Wm. Marshall son of said Wm to England and maintaining him there in England at school and transporting him again to Maryland. 20Feb1677. [arch of Md; LXVII.158]


Maryland Calender of Wills; [pg 155] 6.152
To wife (unnamed), "Peccattoway" and 100A adjoining Edward Phillpot's during life.
To Son William and hrs, afsd land at decease of wife; also land next to Clarke's.
To Son Thomas 100A. w. side Wiccocomocoe.
To Son Richard and dau Barbara, 200A (unnamed)
Ex (not given)
Test: Wm Penn, Hugh Wares, Jos(iah) Marshall (brother)


William Marshall 17.23 I CH 122.1.2 Aug 2, 1698 Appraisers: Walter Story, Edward Philpot


William Marshall 19-1/2 A CH 106.16.0 Feb 23, 1699
Received From: Joyce Garrett.
Payments to: Dr. Phillip Biscoe, Mr. Tubman (minister)
Executrix: Elizabeth Marshall


Anne Turner bound apprentice to William Marshall to age 16; 1667/8 (C.244)
Arthur Turner, eldest s/o Arthur Turner, chose Josias Fendall as guardian; 1667/8 (C.244)


Maryland Calender of Wills; [pg 72] 1-52.
Stone, Mathew, Chas. Co., 24th Dec., 1672; 2nd Apr., 1673-
To John, son of Francis Fernly, personalty.
Eliza: Cornabill, residuary legatee.
Exs.: Wm. Marshall, Sr., Jonathan Marler.
Test: Wm. Marshall, Jonathan Marler, Wm. Marshall, Jr.


William Marshall 33A.152 A CH 110.7.0; 3.13.9 April 12, 1712
Payments to: Walter Bayne Administrator: John Fendall


Charles County MD Land Records C.244 dated (Oct.1666) record the following:


ARTHUR TURNER, s/o Arthur Turner, dec'd chose JOSIAS FENDALL as his guardian;
JAMES TURNER, s/o Arthur Turner, dec'd chose WALTER BEANE as his guardian;
EDWARD TURNER, s/o Arthur Turner,dec'd, was bound apprentice to JAMES
BOWLING; ANNE TURNER, d/o Arthur Turner, dec'd was bound apprentice to
WILLIAM MARSHALL to age 15; Infant Turner placed in guardianship to SUSANNAH
TAYLOR, wife of GEORGE TAYLOR.


Forwarded to me by Lynn White, as was the Marshall Hall Bible. Printed on an old, decrepit printer.


WASHINGTON POST, Saturday, October 17, 1981 (page B1) FIRE DESTROYS HISTORIC MD MANSION, by Paul Hodge, Washington Post Staff Writer.
"Marshall Hall, the 256-year-old plantation house across the Potomac from Mount Vernon that was considered one of Maryland's finest large early colonial houses, was totally destroyed yesterday in a fire deemed arson by state fire marshals, Demolished with the brick mansion was a turn-of-thecentury carousel building, the only remnant of the Victorian amusement park which surrounded the house until the National Park Service closed and raszed the amusement part two years ago. The gate of the barbed-wire fence surrounding the mansion was broken open and the two fires apparently set after 1 A.M., according to Park Service officials and state fire marshal William Mitchell. A small 18th century brick outbuilding and the old Marshall family graveyard were not damaged. Only an early mantel, a door frame, a cabinet and the brick walls remain of the house built in 1725, several years before George Washington was born and 29 years before the construction of Mount Vernon was begun, Park Service officials said yesterday. No estimate of the dollar value of the damage will be available until next week.


"Its very upsetting to those of us in historic preservarion, because it was a fine building with great prospects", Mount Vernon resident director John Castellani said yesterday. At the time of the fire, the Park Service was just finishing an architectural study and restoration plans for the house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the largest house in Southern Maryland built prior to 1740. "We were surprised to find so much of the original house still intact, including some early floors, mantels, and magnificent panelling hidden behind sheetrock walls", said the Park Service project coordinator David Sherman. The amusement park had used the buildings as offices from 1895 until 1979. Although the Park Service had no definite plans for Marshall Hall, officials were considering a number of potential uses for the mansion, including as a possible new headquarters for National Colonial Farm, the Park Service-funded "living history" farm located about a mile away in another section of Piscataway Park. If the brick walls are found to be structurally sound, they will be saved and the house could someday be rebuilt", Sherman said.


In 1650, William Marshall of London, obtained a royal patent for the original 500 acres along the Potomac. His descendants later officially bought the land from the Piscataway Indian Nation, which had lived there for centuries. The family of merchants and traders owned the land for more than 200 years before being forced to sell it after the Civil War. The Marshall and Washington families were close, establishing a public ferry across the Potomac between the two estates and even allowing intermarriage among their slaves, according to Mount Vernon librarian Ellen McCallister. Photographs accompanying the newspaper article above are captioned:
"Marshall Hall in Ruins, National Park Service Historian Susan Long inspects fire damage to colonial home. Blaze was called arson. Story, B1." Photo by Harry Naitchayan - The Washington Post
"Historic Marshall Hall was only a shell after being destroyed by fire yesterday. Inset shows mansion before the blaze", The Washington Post; inset courtesy of the National Park Service.


THE TIMES-CRESCENT, Friday, April 24, 195-[could be 1953 or 1959] LaPlata MD;
FOR YOU, by Zelda Branch. "Sent by R.F.Wood, 1819 G St. NW, who noted in margin: "Maybe only quoted from some book on NGS shelves, but I send it along on a chance. Robert F Wood."


A friend of mine if I may be so bold, who now lives in Indian Head, wrote me a letter right after I had written a column on MARSHALL HALL. That letter was so enlightening that I am going to share it with YOU. Its not an ordinary letter as you will see, for it is from a personage of fine tradition and distinguished family background.


"MARSHALL HALL was the colonial seat of the Marshalls of Maryland, who were a branch of the Virginia Family. They trace their ancestry back to John Marshall, Esq. of Headingly, County York, Member of Parliament for Yorkshire in the 16th Centure, 1550, as seen by an inscription engraved upone the framed coat-of-arms in the family today. William Marshall, the Founder of the Maryland Family, came from England to what is now Charles County as early as 1641. He obtained a grant of 500 acres from Lord Baltimore, March 21, 1651, which was designated as MARSHALL. His second wife was Mrs. Katherine Hebden, widow of Thomas Hebden. His three children were: William, Joshua, and Elizabeth. William I died 1673, so the true story of MARSHALL HALL centers about the name of his son, William Marshall II, who was designated as 'Ye head of Wicomico River'.


The tract of MARSHALL HALL of 200 acres was purchased direct from the Piscataway Indians by William Marshall I. The original deed was in the family until 1870 when it was lost in the mail in transit from New Orleans to a descendant in Maryland. It was written on a course piece of paper, 6" x 8" in a clear legible hand and was signed by John (his mark) Ackelahama, Emperor of Piscataway, and witnessed by John Hutchison, the clerk's signature on the back being in Latin. The mansion as it stands today debarring the encircling porch was built by William Marshall II, not far from 1690, a half century before Mount Vernon. It was built of brick imported from England. The kitchen which has long since vanished, was built by other hands - perhaps a quarter century later as William Marshall II died in 1698. The old barn and carriage house was created by the family slaves in 1808 from brick made at the hall, and the little brick house, which is but a few yards from the mansion, came into existence as a medical office for Dr. Thomas Marshall before the American Revolution.


For six generations MARSHALL HALL remained in the family, being handed down from father to son. From William Marshall II, the builder, each succeding head of the family was Thomas Marshall to the last owner. In the meantime, the estate extended its boundary to 4000 acres and it has been said the Marshalls could ride 12 miles without leaving their domain. It remained in the family unti 1866, when the misfortunes of the Civil War compelled its sacrifice to strangers. William Marshall II married Elizabeth Hanson, daughter of Randolph Hanson and Barbara Hatton Johnson Hanson, niece of Thomas Hatton, Secretary of the Province. Their children were: William Marshall III (1690-1734), Barbara (1692-1692), Thomas Marshall (1694-1750), and Richard. After the death of William Marshall II in 1688, his wife Elizabeth (Hanson) Marshall was married to Colonel John Fendall of Clifton Hall, son of Josiah Fendall.


Thomas Marshall the third son of William Marshall II, fell heir to the estate. He married 1726 or 1727, Mrs Elizabeth Batie Stoddert, widow of Captain James Stoddert, who was the ancester of Benjamin Stoddert the first Secretary of the navy. His second wife was Sabina Truman Greenfield. Thomas Marshall (1731-1801) inherited the estate of his father Thomas Marshall (born 1694). He married Rebecca Dent, daughter of Colonel Dent, Chief Justice of Maryland. It was from this Thomas Hanson Marshall that George Washington wanted to buy MARSHALL HALL, but Thomas Marshall wrote him: 'The Hall is not for sale. Name your price for Mount Vernon and it is mine'.


Thomas Marshall (1757-1829) was next in line. He was born, lived and died at MARSHALL HALL. When the American Revolution called the men to action, he enlisted as a surgeon and lost his sight in the service of his country. The little brick house stands today as a monument to his memory for it was built for his medical office. On 29 October 1785 he married Ann Clagett, daughter of Richard and Mary (Marshall) Clagett."


Thus ends the letter. I know that you are and I am, thankful for this authentic information. Even though MARSHALL HALL is commercial now, lets go back some day and see it with new eyes. We of Charles County are mighty fortunate. The end.


Volume 67 page 158/159 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1677/8 Liber N N
John England ffrancis Wyne late of Charles County Adagt mistr of the Goods & Chattels of William
ffrancis Wyne Admr Marshall deceased was attached to Answer Wm Marshall unto John England in a plea of trespas upon the case And whereupon the said John by Kenelm Cheseldyne his Attorney complaineth, that whereas the said Wm Marshall in his life tyme to witt the tenth day of December in the yeare One thousand six hundred seventy two stood indebted unto the said John England for transporting of Wm Marshall sonn of the said Wm deceased into England & maintaining him there in England att schoole with meate drinke & cloathes for the terme & space of two yeares, & transporting him againe into Maryland, the said Wm Marshall deceased did assume upon himselfe & in consideracon thereof to the said John did faith fully promise that he the said Wm for the same when thereunto required would pay unto the said John for the same what he should deserve And the said John in fact saith, that he the said John did maintaine the said Wm Marshall his sonn in England for the terme & space aforesaid in manner aforesaid And did transport the said William Marshall into England aforesaid & back againe into the Province aforesaid, for which he did well deserve the sume of six thousand pds of tobacco Notwithstanding which the said Wm Marshall in his life tyme nor the said ffrancis since his death Admr of all the Goods & Chattels of the said Wm after his death to him comitted hath not paid the said six thousand pounds of tobacco to him the said John though often required, but the same to him to pay hitherto hath & still doth altogethr deny to the damage of the said John Eight thousand pounds of tobacco & thereupon he bringeth his suite And the said ffrancis Wyne by John Jones his Attorney cometh & defendeth the force & injury when &c and prayeth liberty of speakeing hereunto untill the next Court & itt is granted him, the same day is given to the said John England


Now here att this day to witt the one & twentieth day of ffebruary in the third yeare of the Dominion of Charles Lord Baltemore & Annoq Doni 1677 came the said John England by his Attorney aforesaid & offered himselfe against the said ffrancis Wyne in the plea aforesaid, but the said ffrancis came not but made default Therefore itt is granted by the Court here that the said John England recover against the Estate of the said Wm Marshall as well the sume of six thousand pounds of tobacco damages occasioned by the trespas aforesaid As also the sume of pounds of tobacco costs of suite







                                                                     __
                                                                    |  
                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) MARSHALL of Charles Co. MD_|
                      |                                             |
                      |                                             |__
                      |                                                
 _William MARSHALL I__|
| (1607 - 1673)       |
|                     |                                              __
|                     |                                             |  
|                     |_____________________________________________|
|                                                                   |
|                                                                   |__
|                                                                      
|
|--William MARSHALL II
|  (1665 - 1697)
|                                                                    __
|                                                                   |  
|                      _Thomas PAYNE "the Immigrant"________________|
|                     | (1600 - 1651)                               |
|                     |                                             |__
|                     |                                                
|_Catherine PAYNE? ___|
  (1620 - 1673)       |
                      |                                              __
                      |                                             |  
                      |_____________________________________________|
                                                                    |
                                                                    |__
                                                                       

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John Lewis PENDLETON

1790 - 1869

ID Number: I59673

  • RESIDENCE: of Caroline Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1790
  • DEATH: 1869
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2201] [S2103]
Father: John PENDLETON
Mother: Anne (Nancy) LEWIS


Family 1 : Eliza Bankhead MAGRUDER
  1.  John Lewis PENDLETON
  2.  George PENDLETON
  3.  Allen Bowie PENDLETON
  4.  Eugene Beauharnais PENDLETON
  5.  Henry PENDLETON
  6.  Eliza PENDLETON
  7. +William Armisead PENDLETON
  8.  Julien PENDLETON
  9.  Thomas Magruder PENDLETON

                                                   _John PENDLETON Judge_+
                                                  | (1719 - 1799) m 1744 
                       _Edmund PENDLETON Sr.______|
                      | (1744 - 1827) m 1764      |
                      |                           |_Phoebe? JAMES _______+
                      |                             (1720 - 1761) m 1744 
 _John PENDLETON _____|
| (1765 - 1809) m 1789|
|                     |                            _Joseph POLLARD ______+
|                     |                           | (1701 - 1791) m 1724 
|                     |_Mildred "Millie" POLLARD _|
|                       (1747 - 1827) m 1764      |
|                                                 |_Priscilla HOOMES ____+
|                                                   (1702 - 1794) m 1724 
|
|--John Lewis PENDLETON 
|  (1790 - 1869)
|                                                  ______________________
|                                                 |                      
|                      ___________________________|
|                     |                           |
|                     |                           |______________________
|                     |                                                  
|_Anne (Nancy) LEWIS _|
  (1767 - 1815) m 1789|
                      |                            ______________________
                      |                           |                      
                      |___________________________|
                                                  |
                                                  |______________________
                                                                         

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[S2103]


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Ann Hubbard TAYLOR

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I18607

  • RESIDENCE: of Caroline Co. VA and Clark and Fayette Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800, Clark Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S594] [S662] [S763] [S3283]
Father: Reuben Thornton TAYLOR
Mother: Mary "Polly" THORNTON


Family 1 : Parker DUDLEY
  1. +F. H. DUDLEY

                                                        _James TAYLOR III____+
                                                       | (1703 - 1784) m 1727
                           _James TAYLOR IV____________|
                          | (1732 - 1814) m 1758       |
                          |                            |_Alice THORNTON _____+
                          |                              (1708 - 1739) m 1727
 _Reuben Thornton TAYLOR _|
| (1779 - 1864) m 1797    |
|                         |                             _James HUBBARD Jr.___+
|                         |                            | (1710 - ....)       
|                         |_Ann Berry 'Fanny' HUBBARD _|
|                           (1738 - 1789) m 1758       |
|                                                      |_____________________
|                                                                            
|
|--Ann Hubbard TAYLOR 
|  (1800 - ....)
|                                                       _____________________
|                                                      |                     
|                          ____________________________|
|                         |                            |
|                         |                            |_____________________
|                         |                                                  
|_Mary "Polly" THORNTON __|
  (1783 - 1839) m 1797    |
                          |                             _____________________
                          |                            |                     
                          |____________________________|
                                                       |
                                                       |_____________________
                                                                             

Sources

[S594]

[S662]

[S763]

[S3283]


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