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Sarah

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I21289

  • RESIDENCE: Caroline Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S706]

Family 1 : William CRUTCHER
  1. +Martha CRUTCHER
  2. +Samuel E. CRUTCHER

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Elizabeth ATKINSON

1810 - ____

ID Number: I31460

  • RESIDENCE: Woodford and Logan Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1810, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1210]

Family 1 : John E. TRABUE
  1.  Jane TRABUE
  2.  Thomas TRABUE
  3.  Susan A. TRABUE
  4.  Martha TRABUE
  5.  Arabella TRABUE
  6.  Sylvia TRABUE
  7.  Quintas C. TRABUE C.S.A.
  8.  Sarah TRABUE
  9.  Charles TRABUE
  10.  Barbara TRABUE

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Judith BALL

ABT 1750 - ____

ID Number: I92043

  • RESIDENCE: Lancasterr Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1750
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2096]
Father: James BALL Jr. of "Bewdley"
Mother: Mildred SMITH


Family 1 : John FAUNTLEROY

                                                             _William BALL II______________+
                                                            | (1641 - 1694)                
                               _James BALL of "Bewdley"_____|
                              | (1678 - 1754) m 1707        |
                              |                             |_Miss HARRIS _________________
                              |                               (1650 - ....)                
 _James BALL Jr. of "Bewdley"_|
| (1718 - 1789)               |
|                             |                              _Edwin CONWAY Jr._____________+
|                             |                             | (1653 - 1698) m 1675         
|                             |_Mary CONWAY ________________|
|                               (1686 - 1730) m 1707        |
|                                                           |_Sarah (Walker) FLEETE _______+
|                                                             (1649 - 1695) m 1675         
|
|--Judith BALL 
|  (1750 - ....)
|                                                            _John SMITH Gent. of "Purton"_+
|                                                           | (1663 - 1698) m 1680         
|                              _Philip SMITH of Fleet's Bay_|
|                             | (1695 - ....) m 1711        |
|                             |                             |_Mary WARNER _________________+
|                             |                               (1664 - 1700) m 1680         
|_Mildred SMITH ______________|
  (1725 - 1751)               |
                              |                              _Baldwin MATHEWS _____________+
                              |                             | (1670 - 1737)                
                              |_Mary MATHEWS _______________|
                                (1695 - ....) m 1711        |
                                                            |______________________________
                                                                                           

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Jonathan BREWSTER

12 Aug 1593 - 7 Aug 1659

ID Number: I44064

  • RESIDENCE: England and Plymouth and Duxbury, MA and New London, CT
  • BIRTH: 12 Aug 1593, Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England
  • DEATH: 7 Aug 1659, New London, Connecticut [S1484]
  • BURIAL: Brewster Cemetery, Brewster's Neck, Preston, New London Co. Connecticut
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1484] [S1600] [S1602] [S2437]
Father: William BREWSTER "the Immigrant"
Mother: Mary WENTWORTH? WYRALL?


Family 1 : Lucretia OLDAM of Darby
  1.  Ruth BREWSTER

Notes


"Jonathan, removed in 1649 to New London, Conn.; d. there 1661; m. Lucretia (surname unknown)."
Children:
1. William.
2. Mary, m. 12th Nov. 1645, John TURNER.
3. Jonathan, b. 1627.
4. Benjamin, m. 1659, Anna DART.


"THE PLANTERS OF THE COMMONWEALTH, page 50.
FORTUNE of London, Thomas Barton, Master. She left London about August and arrive at Cape Cod November 9, 1621, with thirty-five passengers, but only thirty-two are known by name. They all came from London or its suburbs. The entire company settled at Plymouth.
Jonathan BREWSTER, son of Elder Brewster.


THE BREWSTER BOOK, page 216. Johnathan Brewster was borne at Scroby in Nottinghamshyre. the 12th of August 1593, years.


A NOTEBOOK ON THE DESCENDANTS OF ELDER WILLIAM BREWSTER OF PLYMOUTH COLONY, page 1.
A canotaph to him and his wife has there been erected.
He came to Plymouth on the "Fortune" in November 1621. He had lived for some time in Leyden where he had accepted citizenship. He m. Plymouth 10 Apr 1624 Lucretia Oldham of Darby who d. Preston CT 4 Mar 1678/9 and is buried with her husband. It is conjectured that Jonathan had married in Leyden and had had a child.
He moved from Plymouth to Duxbury about 1630 and served as deputy to the General Court 1639, 1641, 1643/4; as a military commissioner in the Pequot War of 1637; and a member of Standish's Duxbury Company 1643. He was prominent in the settlement of Duxbury and in the establishment of its church. He practiced as an attorney and was the master and owner of a coasting vessel plying as far south as Virginia. Sometime prior to the death of his father, he had suffered several losses but had received support from his father.
Sometime before Sept. 1649 he moved to Connecticut, being appointed town clerk of Pequot (now New London) and obtaining a grant of land from the Mohegan Sachem, Uncas in that town. By 30 Nov. 1652 a large tract, still known as Brewster's Neck, from the Mohegan tribe was confirmed to him from which he opperated a trading post with the Indians. He had started this operation 1650 without license of Colony permission. He served New London as Deputy to the General Court of CT 1655-56.


ELDRED AND ASSOCIATED FAMILIES, Researched by: Catherine Matson & Clarice McNiven, Compiled by: Carol & Susan Matson, pp. 40.


MAYFLOWER FAMILIES IN PROGRESS, WILLIAM BREWSTER OF THE MAYFLOWER AND His Descendants for Four Generations, compiled by Barbara Lambert Merrick, Published by General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1994.
Jonathan's name was recorded in Leyden records several times. He became a Dutch citizen 30 June 1617. He was a witness to the reading and signing of the will of Thomas Brewer and his wife Anna, nee Offley, on 7 Dec 1617. He also was a witness to the betrothal banns of John Reynolds entered 28 July 1617 and to the betrothal banns of Edward Winslow entered 27 April 1618. Sytled "Lintwercker" or ribbon maker, he lived in Pieterskerhof.
Jonathan arrived at Cape Cod on the FORTUNE 9 Nov 1621, and Lucretia came over on the ANNE with her brother, John Oldham, arriving about 10 July 1623. Jonathan was also one of the men who undertook to discharge the debts of Plymouth Colony. A Freeman in 1633, he was active in the settlement of Duxbury, incorporated 7 June 1637. Records indicate that he served as a surveyor, laid out highways, practiced as an attorney, and was styled "gentleman". Jonathan served as a military commissioner in the Pequot War in 1637, was on a committee to raise forces during the Narragansett Alarm of 1642, and was a member of Captain Myles Standish's Duxbury Company in 1643. He served several terms as Deputy in General Court of Plymouth Colony in 1639, and 1741 through 1644.
In 1638 Jonathan Brewster established a ferry service to transport men and cattle across the North River. In 1641, he sold this to Messrs. Barker, Howell and others. Then, as the master of a small trading vessel, he plied the coast from Plymouth to Virginia. This was evidently unprofitable, according to a letter written by Roger Williams to John Winthrop, Jr.
Removing to Connecticut, he settled on land granted to him as follows: "25 April 1650, I Unquas, Sachem of Mauhekon, does give freely unto Jonathan Brewster of Pequett, a tract of land, being a plaine of arable land, bounded on the south side with a great Coave called Pocctannocke, on the north with old Poccatuck path that goes to the Trading Coave, &c. For, and in consideration thereof, the said Jonathan Brewster binds himself and his heirs to keep a house for trading goods with the Indians."
Because Jonathan set up a trading post without the authority of the local government, he was censured, but the deed was confirmed by the town on 30 November 1652. He was "clarke" of the Town of Pequitt (New London) in September 1649, Deputy to the General Court of the Colony of Connecticut, 1650, '55, '56, '57 and '58, and served as Assistant to the Town in 1657.
On 1 Sept 1656, Jonathan "resolved for Old England" according to a letter written to his sister-in-law, Sarah Brewster, widow of Loved Brewster.
However, he did not return to England. He died intestate at New London in 1659, having deeded all of his property to his son, Benjamin, and his son-in-law, John Pickett, in 1658. John Pickett relinquished his rights to the property on 14 Feb 1661/2, and provided that his "mother-in-law, Mrs.Brewster, the late wife of his father, Mr. Jonathan Brewster, shall have a full and competent means out of the estate during her life, from the said Benjamin Brewster at her own dispose freely and fully to command at her own pleasure."
Jonathan Brewster left an invaluable legacy to the Brewster family known as THE BREWSTER BOOK, a record in his own handwriting of the deaths of his mother and father, the birth dates of each of his children, and the marriage dates of his daughters, Mary and Ruth, and of his son, William, as well as his own birth and marriage data. He apparently began the record after the marriage in Plymouth of his daughter, Mary, to John Turner in 1645, perhaps after he moved to Connecticut, leaving Mary and his grandchildren behind in Plymouth Colony, but before the date of his second set of entries, which follow the 1651 marriage of son William. All of the entries in this book wer contemporary and made by three people, Jonathan, himself, his son, Benjamin, and Benjamin's greatgrandson, Jabez Fitch, Jr. This book has been of inestimable value to the Brewster family."
Children:
2 Ruth BREWSTER b: 3 OCT 1631 d: 30 APR 1677 + John PICKETT b: 1629 d: 16 AUG 1667
2 Mary BREWSTER b: 16 APR 1627 d: Aft 23 MAR 1697/1698
+ John TURNER b: 22 OCT 1620 d: Bef 23 MAY 1697
2 Jonathan BREWSTER b: 17 JUL 1629
2 Benjamin BREWSTER b: 17 NOV 1633 d: 14 SEP 1710 + Ann ADDIS d: 9 MAY 1709
2 Elizabeth BREWSTER b: 1 MAY 1637 d: FEB 1707/1708
+ Christopher CHRISTOPHERS b: 1631 d: 23 JUL 1687
+ Peter BRADLEY d: 3 APR 1662
2 Grace BREWSTER b: 1 NOV 1639 d: 22 APR 1684 + Daniel WETHERELL b: 29 NOV 1630 d: 14 APR 1719
2 Hannah BREWSTER b: 3 NOV 1641 d: 22 FEB 1684 + Samuel STARR b: Abt 1640 d: 2 FEB 1688


[S1484] [S2437] [S2437]


                                                                         __
                                                                        |  
                                    _William, Henry or James? BREWSTER _|
                                   | (1540 - ....)                      |
                                   |                                    |__
                                   |                                       
 _William BREWSTER "the Immigrant"_|
| (1565 - 1644) m 1590             |
|                                  |                                     __
|                                  |                                    |  
|                                  |____________________________________|
|                                                                       |
|                                                                       |__
|                                                                          
|
|--Jonathan BREWSTER 
|  (1593 - 1659)
|                                                                        __
|                                                                       |  
|                                   ____________________________________|
|                                  |                                    |
|                                  |                                    |__
|                                  |                                       
|_Mary WENTWORTH? WYRALL? _________|
  (1570 - 1627) m 1590             |
                                   |                                     __
                                   |                                    |  
                                   |____________________________________|
                                                                        |
                                                                        |__
                                                                           

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[S1484]

[S1484]

[S1600]

[S1602]

[S2437]

[S1484]

[S2437]

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William CLARK

20 Jan 1804 - Dec 1882

ID Number: I59602

  • RESIDENCE: Fluvanna & Augusta Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 20 Jan 1804, Fluvanna Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: Dec 1882, Laurel Hill, Augusta Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S947] [S2198]

Family 1 : Nancy BILLHEIMER
  1. +Elizabeth CLARK

Notes


Age 76, born in Virginia 1880 Census 4 Jun 1880 Middle River,Augusta,Virginia.
Children:
MARY A. CLARK b: 25 Dec 1832 + SAMUEL C. MYERS
3 HENRY CLAY MYERS
3 VIRGINIA MYERS
3 MARY MYERS + HARVEY HAWKINS
3 WILLIAM SAMUEL HAWKINS
3 HAWKINS
3 HAWKINS + HENRY SHEETS
ELIZABETH CLARK b: 31 Jan 1835
MARTHA J. CLARK b: 11 Mar 1837 d: 1838
JOHN CLARK b: 29 Sep 1839 + CYNTHIA AUSTIN b: 1838/1839
WILLIAM N. CLARK b: 27 Mar 1845 + SARAH N. BRADBURN b: 1849/1850
3 EDWARD F. CLARK b: 16 Sep 1867 + ALICE L. LEE
4 NORA S. CLARK b: 1 Dec 1891 d: Jul 1892
4 ROY L. CLARK b: 11 Sep 1893 d: May 1959
3 CHARLES H. CLARK b: 3 May 1869 + MAGGIE J. HARRIS
4 JESSIE LETA CLARK
4 MYRTLE GERTRUDE CLARK
3 ALBERT B. CLARK b: 11 Jun 1871+ MARY E. HARRIS
3 LAURA B. CLARK b: 20 Jan 1874
3 WILLIAM O. CLARK b: 25 Mar 1877
3 NEALIE A. CLARK b: 28 Apr 1879
3 ADA B. CLARK b: 13 Feb 1882
3 HOMER O. CLARK b: 10 May 1884
3 LOTTIE M. CLARK b: 11 May 1886
3 LENA G. CLARK b: 25 Aug 1888 d: 16 Dec 1892
3 LUTHER S. CLARK b: 10 Mar 1891 d: 14 Feb 1893
REBECCA CLARK b: 1 Apr 1848 + G. W. PAGE b: 31 Jan 1853
MARTIN CLARK b: 1854

[S2198] [S2198]

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[S2198]

[S2198]

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Mary ERVIN

____ - ____

ID Number: I84806

  • RESIDENCE: Williamsburg Dist. SC
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3143]

Family 1 : William SCOTT
  1. +Joseph SCOTT

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Benjamin Franklin FROST

1 Sep 1800 - 17 Apr 1883

ID Number: I1391

  • RESIDENCE: TN and Madison Co. AL and MS and 1846 TX
  • BIRTH: 1 Sep 1800, Anderson Co. Tennessee
  • DEATH: 17 Apr 1883, Dallas Co. Texas
  • RESOURCES: See: [S57] [S3228] [S3806]
Father: Thomas FROST Jr.
Mother: Hannah WILSON


Family 1 : Elizabeth LAWLER
  1.  Julianna "Julia" Hannah FROST
  2.  Julianna Hannah FROST
  3.  Jehu L. FROST
  4. +Thomas Arnold "Tom" FROST
  5.  Rachael Mary FROST
  6.  Parolee FROST
  7.  Matilda FROST
  8. +Martha Ann "Marty" FROST
  9.  Benjamin H. FROST C.S.A.
  10.  Lucretia FROST
  11.  John W. FROST C.S.A.
Family 2 : Catherine TYSON

Notes


1850 Federal Census Dallas County, Texas Marriages to 1825, Madison, Alabama

                                             _Joseph FROST Sr._____+
                                            | (1710 - ....)        
                       _Thomas FROST Sr.____|
                      | (1735 - 1807) m 1760|
                      |                     |______________________
                      |                                            
 _Thomas FROST Jr.____|
| (1773 - 1806)       |
|                     |                      ______________________
|                     |                     |                      
|                     |_Sarah Nancy HARMON _|
|                       (1740 - 1776) m 1760|
|                                           |______________________
|                                                                  
|
|--Benjamin Franklin FROST 
|  (1800 - 1883)
|                                            ______________________
|                                           |                      
|                      _James WILSON _______|
|                     | (1735 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |______________________
|                     |                                            
|_Hannah WILSON ______|
  (1779 - 1839)       |
                      |                      _Mathusalem GRIFFITH _
                      |                     | (1705 - 1750) m 1729 
                      |_Lucretia GRIFFITH __|
                        (1742 - ....)       |
                                            |_Lucretia REES _______+
                                              (1714 - ....) m 1729 

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Sarah Turnbull HEREFORD

1830 - ____

ID Number: I77893

  • RESIDENCE: Baton Rouge and W. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 1830
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1670]
Father: John Bronaugh HEREFORD
Mother: Catherine Mary STIRLING



                                                   _John HEREFORD II____________________+
                                                  | (1729 - 1793) m 1756                
                            _Robert M. HEREFORD __|
                           | (1769 - 1853) m 1790 |
                           |                      |_Margaret "Peggy" AMMON _____________+
                           |                        (1735 - 1809) m 1756                
 _John Bronaugh HEREFORD __|
| (1794 - 1852)            |
|                          |                       _John B. BRONAUGH M.D._______________+
|                          |                      | (1743 - 1777) m 1767                
|                          |_Mary Mason BRONAUGH _|
|                            (1770 - 1831) m 1790 |
|                                                 |_Mary Ann CARTER ____________________+
|                                                   (1747 - 1825) m 1767                
|
|--Sarah Turnbull HEREFORD 
|  (1830 - ....)
|                                                  _Alexandria STIRLING "the Immigrant"_
|                                                 | (1753 - 1808) m 1784                
|                           _Lewis STIRLING ______|
|                          | (1786 - 1858) m 1807 |
|                          |                      |_Ann ALSTON _________________________+
|                          |                        (1767 - 1802) m 1784                
|_Catherine Mary STIRLING _|
  (1809 - 1895)            |
                           |                       _John TURNBULL ______________________+
                           |                      | (1739 - 1799)                       
                           |_Sarah TURNBULL ______|
                             (1789 - 1875) m 1807 |
                                                  |_Catherine "Caty" RUCKER ____________+
                                                    (.... - 1832)                       

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Capt. and Dr. William Wade MORRIS C.S.A.

2 Mar 1836 - 13 May 1926

ID Number: I88127

  • TITLE: Capt. and Dr.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA Medical Doctor 42 Reg. of Va. Vol.
  • RESIDENCE: Mt. Bethel Community Henry Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 2 Mar 1836, Henry Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 13 May 1926
  • BURIAL: Morris Family Cemetery
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3260]
Father: Benjamin MORRIS C.S.A.
Mother: Nancy HAGWOOD


Family 1 : Mary Emeline SCHOOLFIELD

Notes


"A man of such unusual personality that his very presence in a sick room inspired hope and confidence for the patients. He had a happy disposition, and was a physician of ability." History of Henry and Patrick Counties.


Was a Captain in the Confederate Army, 42 Reg. of Va. Vol. he was injured in the line of duty - he was shot in the calf of the leg and was slightly lame for the rest of his life, but he lived to be ninety years old. Dr. Morris and his family lived in the Mt. Bethel community in the old Schoolfield house, whose log part is still standing to-day. Rev. W.M. Schoolfield, Emmaline's father was a methodist preacher and found the Mt. Bethel Methodist Church.


William Schoolfield's three sons John, James and Addison moved to Danville and they were three of the organizers of the Riverside Cotton Mills, now Dan River Mills. Schoolfield was named for them. John and James were promoters and directors of the Danville and new River Railroad, now part of the Southern Railway. James Schoolfield went back to his fathers calling and the latter part of his life was almost wholly occupied in evangelical work.


In 1880 living in same house was mother-in-law, Sarah Schoolfield, Manasseh Holt a boarder, Willie Franklin a servant, Jeff Bassett a servant, and Mary Taylor a servant Cook.


The Bicentennal Collection Vol. 7, G 929.3755, 692 H Vol. 7
Minute Book 8 Page 414, Aug. 13, 1870 ..... It is ordered that Swinfield Stanly be and is hereby appointed Sheriff of Henry County to continue in office until his Successor is regularly elected and qualified thereupon the said Swinfield Stanly.....with George S. Hairston Ervin (I?) Davis W W Morris C G Stone W D Stultz John H Mathews and H. B. Hunley his Securities ..... and the said Stanly took the oaths prescribed by law.


Children
Martha Virginia MORRIS b: 1868
Sarah Anne MORRIS b: 1871
Benjamin MORRIS b: 1873
William Schoolfield MORRIS b: 1875
Kate Ormond MORRIS b: 1879
Robert Addison MORRIS1880




                                                __
                                               |  
                          _William MORRIS _____|
                         |                     |
                         |                     |__
                         |                        
 _Benjamin MORRIS C.S.A._|
| (1807 - 1846)          |
|                        |                      __
|                        |                     |  
|                        |_____________________|
|                                              |
|                                              |__
|                                                 
|
|--William Wade MORRIS C.S.A.
|  (1836 - 1926)
|                                               __
|                                              |  
|                         _____________________|
|                        |                     |
|                        |                     |__
|                        |                        
|_Nancy HAGWOOD _________|
  (1815 - ....)          |
                         |                      __
                         |                     |  
                         |_____________________|
                                               |
                                               |__
                                                  

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Nancy POWELL

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I102030

  • RESIDENCE: of Loudoun Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2128]
Father: Burr POWELL
Mother: Catherine BROOKE


Family 1 : Loyd NOLAND
  1.  Catherine B. NOLAND
  2.  Burr P. NOLAND C.S.A.

                                             _William POWELL _____+
                                            | (1703 - 1787) m 1735
                       _Levin POWELL Sr.____|
                      | (1738 - 1810) m 1763|
                      |                     |_Eleanor PEYTON _____+
                      |                       (1720 - 1788) m 1735
 _Burr POWELL ________|
| (1768 - 1838) m 1792|
|                     |                      _Burr HARRISON III___+
|                     |                     | (1699 - 1775) m 1722
|                     |_Sarah HARRISON _____|
|                       (1740 - 1815) m 1763|
|                                           |_Mary Ann BARNES ____+
|                                             (1699 - ....) m 1722
|
|--Nancy POWELL 
|  (1800 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _Humphrey BROOKE ____|
|                     | (1750 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Catherine BROOKE ___|
  (1770 - ....) m 1792|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Jerome STOUT Jr.


!LIVING

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Eliza Ann TURK

1835 - 1922

ID Number: I6758

  • RESIDENCE: Adair Co, KY and Madison Co. IA
  • BIRTH: 1835, Adair Co. Kentucky
  • DEATH: 1922, Madison Co. Iowa
  • BURIAL: Blair Chapel, Madison Co. Iowa
  • RESOURCES: See: [S301]
Father: Thomas Johnson TURK
Mother: Parthenia L. CARTER


Family 1 : Joseph A. BREEDING
  1.  Avarilla BREEDING
  2. +George J. BREEDING
  3. +James W. BREEDING
  4.  Joseph BREEDING
  5.  Lavinia BREEDING
  6.  Harriet BREEDING

Notes


CENSUS RECORDS 1850 Adair Co., KY census, household 289 1860 Adair Co., KY census (enumerated with husband) 1870 Madison Co., IA census, page Scott Twp, page 26 1880 Madison Co., IA census pg 37, sd 3, ed 113
OTHER SOURCES Tombstone records, Blair Chapel LDS Ancestral File - ver 4.13

                                                       _Thomas TURK Jr._____________+
                                                      | (1755 - 1833) m 1776        
                        _Thomas TURK _________________|
                       | (1782 - 1826) m 1802         |
                       |                              |_Ann RHEA ___________________+
                       |                                (1755 - 1837) m 1776        
 _Thomas Johnson TURK _|
| (1811 - 1845) m 1833 |
|                      |                               _William Benjamin GLEAVES ___+
|                      |                              | (1752 - 1820) m 1770        
|                      |_Margaret GLEAVES ____________|
|                        (1784 - 1855) m 1802         |
|                                                     |_Elizabeth TURK _____________+
|                                                       (1752 - ....) m 1770        
|
|--Eliza Ann TURK 
|  (1835 - 1922)
|                                                      _Peter CARTER Sr.____________+
|                                                     | (1766 - 1808) m 1787        
|                       _Benjamin Franklin CARTER Sr._|
|                      | (1788 - 1852) m 1807         |
|                      |                              |_Elizabeth "Betsy" SANDIDGE _+
|                      |                                (1767 - 1808) m 1787        
|_Parthenia L. CARTER _|
  (1814 - 1874) m 1833 |
                       |                               _William SLEDD ______________+
                       |                              | (1761 - 1812) m 1786        
                       |_Mary Elizabeth SLEDD ________|
                         (1787 - 1864) m 1807         |
                                                      |_Lucy HOGG __________________+
                                                        (1768 - 1853) m 1786        

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