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Hon. Charles BRODHEAD

4 Aug 1824 - 31 Dec 1904

ID Number: I90424

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • RESIDENCE: of Pike Co. DE and South Bethlehem.Co. PA
  • OCCUPATION: Atty; Real Estate and government
  • BIRTH: 4 Aug 1824, Conyngham, Luzerne Co. Pennsylvania
  • DEATH: 31 Dec 1904
  • BURIAL: Nisky Hill Cemetery, Bethlehem, Northampton Co. PA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1152]
Father: Albert Gallatin BRODHEAD


Notes


Hon. Charles Brodhead (Albert Gallatin > Richard > Garrett > Daniel > Richard > Daniel)


Source: 'Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of The Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania' Published by The Lewis Publishing Company; 1905 (page 231-232)


"Hon. Charles Brodhead, only child of Albert G. and Ellen Brodhead, was born at Conyngham, Luzerne county, Pennsylvania, August 4, 1824, and was reared until the age of fourteen in Delaware, Pike county, acquiring his education in the local schools. In 1838-39 he was a student in an academic school at Stroudsburg, conducted by Ira Burrell Newman. In the spring of 1840 he went with Mr. Newman to a newly established school at Dingman's High Falls, Pike county, and in November 1840, entered the freshman class of Lafayette College, at Easton, Pennsylvania, then under the direction of the Rev. Dr. George Junkman. After his graduation from college in 1844, he entered the law office of his uncle, Richard Brodhead, then a member of congress and afterward United States senator from Pennsylvania. During his student days Charles Brodhead attended the law school established at Philadelphia by David Hoffman, and was admitted to the bar at Easton, during the November term of court of 1846.


Shortly afterward, Mr. Brodhead became sheriff's attorney, and acted in the capacity for three years, but soon gave up the practice of law and engaged in the real estate business in Bethlehem. About that time the Lehigh Valley Railroad, in connection with the Central Railroad of New Jersey, and the Northern Pennsylvania Railroad were being built into Bethlehem. Both had their lines located on the south side of the Lehigh river at Bethlehem, and Mr. Brodhead in 1854 purchased one hundred acres of the Moravian farm land on that side of the river, and laid out what is now to a great extent South Bethlehem. He is one of the largest landowners in that borough, and also owns considerable realty in Bethlehem, where among his other possessions he has the well known Sun Inn, built in 1758. In laying out South Bethlehem he made an effort, with the co-operation of Jefferson Davis, then secretary of war, and the Hon. Richard Brodhead, United States senator from Pennsylvania, to have a government foundry established in that place. Though his efforts then proved futile, the seed was sown, and to-day, extensive works for the manufacture of war material for the government, are in successful operation on the ground reserved by Mr. Brodhead for the government foundry in 1856, and which he subsequently sold to the Bethlehem Steel Company. It was mainly due to the efforts of Mr. Brodhead, and his active co-operation in the projects of Augustus Wolle, that the Bethlehem Iron Company's works were located at South Bethlehem. The facts, briefly, are these: Mr. Wolle was and continued to be all his life one of the most active and progressive men ever in business in the Bethlehems, and his particular talent was along the line of an executive officer. He had leased what was known as the Gangawere ore bed, in Saucon township, and secured a charter for an organization called the Saucona Iron Company, for the development of the Gangawere and other veins of hematite ores. He urged Mr. Brodhead to join him in this project, but the latter suggested that they unite forces and put up works in South Bethlehem, as the extra cost of ore transportation would be quite balanced by the less cost of transportation of coal if stopped at Bethlehem. The result was that Mr. Wolle, being himself a large landowner in Sough Bethlehem, agreed upon that place as the site for the new works. Mr. Brodhead then drew a supplement to Mr. Wolle's Saucona charter, which was subsequently passed by the Pennsylvania legislature, authorizing the company to make and manufacture iron ores and iron into any shape or condition, and changing the name of the company to The Bethlehem Rolling Mill and Iron Company. Mr. Wolle was the first and largest subscriber to the stock and was followed by others, and thus the Bethlehem mills became an accomplished fact.


Mr. Brodhead was first to suggest the construction of the new steel bridge which, starting in Bethlehem in Northampton county, crosses the canal and railroad of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company, the Monocacy creek, a section of Lehigh county, the Lehigh river, many tracks of the Lehigh Valley Railroad, and terminates its eleven hundred feet of length in South Bethlehem. The Broad street bridge, which connects Bethlehem with West Bethlehem was also one of Mr. Brodhead's conceptions, the idea having first come to him when he was having his engineers locate what was popularly known as "Charley Brodhead's Huckleberry Railroad", now the Lehigh & Lackawanna Railroad, leading from Bethlehem to the great slate quarries in and about Chapman, Wind Gap, Pen Argyl, and Bangor, with a branch leading through the famous wind gap of the Blue Mountains and extending to Saylor's lake, in Monroe county. The objective point of the road is Stroudsburg, on the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad, a connection with which will make the line a favorite for summer tourists from Philadelphia to the resorts at Delaware, Water Gap, Stroudsburg, the Pocono mountains, Bushkill, Dingman's, High Falls, and Milford, on the upper Delaware. This road was projected by Mr. Brodhead, and pushed through by him with untiring perseverance and pertinacity, he acting for many years as president of the company. It is now one of the leased lines of the Central Railroad of New Jersey.


Mr. Brodhead has not only contribute din large and important measures to the material development and substantial building of the state, but has also left the impress of his individuality for good upon public life, thought and action. In 1873 he was elected a member of the constitutional convention of Pennsylvania, and was the originator of several valuable provisions in that instrument, notably the one providing for free telegraph lines, and prohibiting the consolidation of parallel or competing lines, by reason of which the people of this state alone were thus protected from the thraldom of a monster monopoly. He also secured the enactment of the section which prohibits all officers and employes of railroad companies from being interested, directly or indirectly, in the furnishing of supplies and material for the corporations with which they are connected, or being interested in transportation lines or contracts for transportation. These provisions have been highly beneficial to stockholders, who before were often plundered by unscrupulous officers and employes. Mr. Brodhead likewise introduced and secured the adoption of that section of the state constitution which extended the terms of county treasurers to three years and prohibited their re-election, which has had a very salutary effect upon municipal financiering. He is a member of the board of trustees of Lehigh University and has ever manifested a warm interest in educational affairs.


Mr. Brodhead was married, June 1, 1858, to Miss Camilla M. SHIMER, a daughter of General Conrad SHIMER, an extensive farmer, prominent in military and political affairs in Northampton county. The children of Charles and Camilla Brodhead are as follows: Charles, who was born July 26, 1859, and died May 18, 1860; Kate Ellen, who was born May 15, 1861; and is the wife of Warren E. Wilbur; and Albert, born September 26, 1867."


PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD Pages 459-462


HON. CHARLES BRODHEAD. During the many years in which this gentleman has been a resident of Bethlehem, he has not only witnessed the progress from a comparatively unimportant town to its proud position as one of the foremost cities of this part of Pennsylvania, but he has also aided in its development, and his history is closely interwoven with that of Northampton County. His life has been a busy and useful one. Realizing that the aim of life is not merely to "kill time," he has rightly valued every moment given him, and has thus gained a reputation for promptness in originating plans and dispatch in executing them. The ancestry and life record of one so prominent among his fellow-men will possess for our readers more than ordinary interest, and it is therefore with pleasure that the biographer presents the following outline of his career.


There are few families in the United States whose residence here antedates that of the Brodhead family. Its first representative in America, Daniel Brodhead, came to this country as a Captain of Grenadiers in the expedition of Col. Richard Nicholls (in the reign of Charles II, King of England), which captured New York from the Dutch in 1664. With New York (then new Amsterdam) were surrendered all the Dutch Dependencies, as they were called, on the Hudson River, including Esopus, Schenectady and Ft. Orange (Albany). Capt. Daniel Brodhead was assigned, with his company of grenadiers, to keep in order the Dutch at Esopus (then called "the Esopes"), and was obliged to oversee movements on both sides of Esopus Creek, which enters the Hudson River at that point. His title was that of Captain-General of the Esopes.


Prior to leaving England, Captain Brodhead married Ann Tye, by whom he had several children, among them three sons, Daniel, Charles and Richard. Charles was evidently named in honor of the King of England, and Richard was the namesake of the Colonel of the expedition. These names continue in the family to the present. The Captain appears to have made his headquarters at Marbletown, a village a few miles west of the Hudson, where he dispensed, with iron hand, justice and equity to his Dutch neighbors, and where he died July 14, 1667. His widow survived him, and in 1697 built a residence for herself and family, which remained in possession of some member of the Brodhead family until 1890.


By reason of the long retention of this house, and the business qualities of Mrs. Ann (Tye) Brodhead and her children, a large number of papers relative to the family were kept there intact, and were secured a few years ago by Lucas Brodhead, of Spring Station, Ky., who has had many of them copied and photographed for distribution among the family. Among others was the following pass, given by the town authorities of Marbletown, Ulster County, N.Y., to Daniel Brodhead, a grandson of the Grenadier Captain, and no doubt the first Brodhead to visit the state of Pennsylvania.


"Ulster, in the Province of New York.
"Mattys Jansen, Maj. Johannes Hardenbergh and Capt. John Rutsen, Esprs., Justices of the Peace for the county of Ulster, assigned.
"To all to whom these presents shall come, or may concern, greeting: Whereas, Daniel Brodhead, son of Capt. Charles Brodhead, hath a purpose to Travell out of this Province of New York into the Provinces of New Jersey and Pensilvaina: These are to certifie that the said Daniel Brodhead hath been known unto us from the time of his nativity to this day, and during all the sd time hath behaved himselfe as a True and Faithfull subject to our Soveraigne Lord King George and his predecesors, and is of honest and good fame, name, credit and Reputation, and we desire he may be greeted according.
"Given under our hands and scaled in Kingston this 12th day of September, in the fifth year of his Majesty's Reign, anno q Dono 1718.
(Signed) "Mattys Jansen.
"J. Hardenbergh.
"John Rutsen.


This Daniel Brodhead, however, did not settle in Pennsylvania, but made such a favorable report of the capabilities of the stats, that his cousin brother of Capt. Charles Brodhead before mentioned, came to Pennsylvania about 1735, and settled on what has since been called Brodhead's Creek, near Stroudsburg, then Bucks, now Monroe County. Mr. Brodhead laid out a town on his mile square of land and called it Dansbury. The Stroudsburg station of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company is on this tract, and the town is called East Stroudsburg. From this pioneer are descended the Brodheads of Pennsylvania. One of his sons, Daniel Brodhead, was Colonel of the Eighth Pennsylvania Regiment on Continental Establishment during the Revolutionary War, and at the close thereof, while Colonel commanding the Western Department, with headquarters at Pittsburg, by special act of George Washington, and on the re-organization of the Pennsylvania troops about 1782, was made Colonel of the First Pennsylvania Regiment on Continental Establishment. He filled several state offices and when the new state organization was formed in 1789, became the first Surveyor-General of the state, which office he held for many years. He died at Milford, Pike County in 1809. Another son Garret Brodhead, was also an officer during the Revolution. He was the great-grandfather of the subject of this sketch.


Charles Brodhead was born at Conyngham, Luzerne County, Pa., August 4, 1824, being a son of Albert Sallatin and Ellen (Middagh) Brodhead. His father, a merchant of Conyngham, was for several terms a member of the State Legislature from Luzerne County, but in 1839 purchased and moved to the old Brodhead homestead at Delaware, Pike County. The schools of the village in which our subject was born, and where he resided until fourteen, were very deficient in educational facilities, and hence, during the winter of 1838-39, he was sent to the academical school of Stroudsburg, kept by Ira Burrell Newman. In the spring of 1840 he followed Mr. Newman to a newly established boarding school at Dingman's High Falls, in Pike County, Pa. In November 1840, he left the Pike County school and entered Lafayette College, at Easton, then under the administration of Rev. Dr. George Junkiman, entering the Freshman class. From that institution he was graduated in 1844, during the presidency of Rev. Dr. John W. Yeomans. Immediately after his graduation he entered the law office of his uncle, Richard Brodhead, then Member of Congress from the Tenth Legion (as the district was then called) and subsequently United States Senator from Pennsylvania.


During his student days Mr. Brodhead attended the law school established in Philadelphia by that eminent lawyer, David Hoffman, the author of "Course of Legal Study," "Legal Outlines," and other works of merit. Mr. Brodhead was admitted to the Bar at Easton in the November term of 1846. Shortly subsequent to his admission he acted as Sheriff's Attorney for three years, but shortly thereafter gave up the practice of law and went into the real-estate business at Bethlehem. About that time two railroads were in process of construction to Bethlehem: the Lehigh Valley, in connection with the Central Railroad of New Jersey, from New York; and the North Pennsylvania Railroad from Philadelphia. Both roads had their lines located on the south side of the Lehigh River at Bethlehem, and Mr. Brodhead in 1854 purchased one hundred acres of the Moravian farm lands on that side of the river, and laid out what is now to a great extent the borough of South Bethlehem. The population of this place is now about twelve thousand, and he is one of its large land-owners. He is also the owner of valuable realty in Bethlehem, where among his other possessions he owns the famous Sun Inn, built by the Moravian Congregation in 1758.


Upon laying out South Bethlehem, the first move of Mr. Brodhead was to get a Government foundry established in that place. He secured the recommendation of the Secretary of War, Jefferson Davis, to Congress for the erection of Government foundries, and through the efforts of Hon. Richard Brodhead, then United States Senator from Pennsylvania, also procured a report from the committee of the United States Senate in favor of erecting on at Bethlehem; but when the report came in the Senate, every Senator, of course, wanted that foundry in his state, every Member of Congress wanted it in his 'deestrick," and the result was no Government foundry for anybody; but, nevertheless, the leaven worked, and to-day extensive works for the manufacture of war material for the Government are in very successful operation upon the very ground reserved by Mr. Brodhead for the Government foundry in 1856, and which he subsequently sold to the Bethlehem Iron Company.


Mr. Brodhead was early and earnest in his efforts to secure manufacturing establishments at Bethlehem, and it was mainly due to his active co-operation in the projects of Augustus Wolle that the Bethlehem Iron Company's works were located in South Bethlehem. The facts are briefly these: Mr. Wolle was, and continued to be all his life, one of the most active and progressive men that was ever in business in the Bethlehems, and his particular talent was that of an executive officer. He had leased what was known as the Gangewer Ore Bed, in Saucon Township, and secured a charter for an organization called the Saucon Iron Company, for the development of the Gangewer and other veins of hematite ores. He urged Mr. Brodhead to join him in the project, but the latter suggested that they unite forces and put up works in South Bethlehem, for the extra cost of ore transportation would be quite compensated for by the less cost of transportation of coal, if stopped at Bethlehem. The result was that Mr. Wolle, being himself a large land owner in South Bethlehem, agreed upon that place as the site for the new works. Mr. Brodhead then and there drew up a supplement to Mr. Wolle's Saucona charter, which was subsequently passed by the Pennsylvania Legislature, authorizing the company to make and manufacture iron ores and iron into any shape or condition and changing the name of the company to "The Bethlehem Rolling Mill and Iron Company." Mr. Wolle was the first and largest subscriber to the stock, and was followed by Messrs. Brodhead, Daniel, Rauch, thr Moravian congregation, and others. Thus the Bethlehem Mills became an accomplished fact.


Mr. Brodhead was the first to suggest the construction of the New Street bridge, which, starting in Bethlehem, in Northampton County, crosses the canal and railroad of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company, the Monocacy Creek, a section of Lehigh County, the Lehigh River, many tracks of the Lehigh Valley Railroad, and after a stretch of eleven hundred feet, terminates in South Bethlehem. The Broad Street bridge, which connects Bethlehem with West Bethlehem, was also one of Mr. Brodhead's conceptions, the idea having first come to him when he was having his engineers locate what was popularly known as "Charley Brodhead's Huckleberry Railroad," now the Lehigh & Lackawanna Railroad, leading from Bethlehem to the great slate quarries in and about Chapman, Wind Gap, Pen Argyl and Bangor, with a branch leading throught the famous Wind Gap of the Blue Mountains, and extending to Saylor's Lake in Monroe County. The objective point of the road is Stroudsburg ont eh Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad, a connection with which will make it the shortest rail line for summer tourists from Philadelphia to the resorts at Delaware Water Gap, Stroudsburg, the Pocono Mountains, Bushkill, Dingman's High Falls and Milfors, on the Upper Delaware. This road was projected by Mr. Brodhead, and pushed throught by him with untiring perserverance and pertinacity. He was for many years its President. It is now one of the leased lines of the Central Railroad of New Jersey.


In 1873 Mr. Brodhead was elected a member of the constitutional convention of Pennsylvania, and was the originator of several valuable provisions in that instument, notably the one providing for free telegraph lines, and prohibiting the consolidation of parallel of competing lines, by reason of which the people of the state were protected from the thraldom of a monster monopoly. He also secured the enactment of the section which prohibits all officers and employes of railroad companies from being interested, directly or indirectly, in the furnishing of supplies and material for the corporations with which they are connected, or being interested in transportation lines or contracts for transportation, which provisions have been very beneficial to stockholders, who theretofore were often plundered by unscrupulous officers and employes. He likewose introduced and secured the adoption of the section which extened the terms of County Treasurers to three years, and prohibited their re-election, which has had a very salutary effect upon municipal financiering. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Lehigh University, and has ever manifested a warm interest in educational affairs. His marriage, June 1, 1858, united him with Miss Camilla M., daughter of Gen. Conrad Shimer an extensive farmer, and prominent in the military and political affairs of Northampton County.






                                                   _Garrett Lucas BRODHEAD _+
                                                  | (1733 - 1804)           
                             _Richard BRODHEAD I__|
                            | (1771 - 1843)       |
                            |                     |_________________________
                            |                                               
 _Albert Gallatin BRODHEAD _|
| (1799 - 1880)             |
|                           |                      _________________________
|                           |                     |                         
|                           |_Hannah DRAKE _______|
|                             (1769 - 1832)       |
|                                                 |_________________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Charles BRODHEAD 
|  (1824 - 1904)
|                                                  _________________________
|                                                 |                         
|                            _____________________|
|                           |                     |
|                           |                     |_________________________
|                           |                                               
|___________________________|
                            |
                            |                      _________________________
                            |                     |                         
                            |_____________________|
                                                  |
                                                  |_________________________
                                                                            

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Col. Armistead CHURCHILL of Bushby Park

25 Jul 1704 - 5 Jul 1763

ID Number: I73904

  • TITLE: Col.
  • RESIDENCE: Middlesex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 25 Jul 1704, Middlesex Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 5 Jul 1763, Middlesex Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2128]
Father: William CHURCHILL "the Immigrant"
Mother: Elizabeth ARMISTEAD


Family 1 : Hannah HARRISON
  1.  William CHURCHILL
  2.  Lucy CHURCHILL

Notes


To Armistead Churchill, his son and heir, he gave the bulk of his estate in Virginia and England

                                                                         ___________________________________
                                                                        |                                   
                                     ___________________________________|
                                    |                                   |
                                    |                                   |___________________________________
                                    |                                                                       
 _William CHURCHILL "the Immigrant"_|
| (1649 - 1710) m 1703              |
|                                   |                                    ___________________________________
|                                   |                                   |                                   
|                                   |___________________________________|
|                                                                       |
|                                                                       |___________________________________
|                                                                                                           
|
|--Armistead CHURCHILL of Bushby Park
|  (1704 - 1763)
|                                                                        _William ARMISTEAD "the Immigrant"_+
|                                                                       | (1610 - 1671) m 1632              
|                                    _John A. ARMISTEAD Esq. of "Hesse"_|
|                                   | (1641 - 1693) m 1665              |
|                                   |                                   |_Anne E. ELLIS ____________________
|                                   |                                     (1616 - 1650) m 1632              
|_Elizabeth ARMISTEAD ______________|
  (1667 - 1716) m 1703              |
                                    |                                    ___________________________________
                                    |                                   |                                   
                                    |_Judith____________________________|
                                      (1640 - 1700) m 1665              |
                                                                        |___________________________________
                                                                                                            

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Dr. William FLOOD

ABT 1720 - ____

ID Number: I55049

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • RESIDENCE: of Richmond Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1720
  • RESOURCES: See: ID# 55047 Notes

Family 1 :
  1. +Alice FLOOD

Notes


Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume II, I--Fathers of the Revolution: "Walter Jones"

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Elizabeth Strother GAINES

30 Apr 1769 - 8 Oct 1820

ID Number: I25925

  • RESIDENCE: of Culpeper Co. VA; Surry Co. NC; Sullivan Co. TN
  • BIRTH: 30 Apr 1769, Virginia or Surry Co. North Carolina
  • DEATH: 8 Oct 1820, Stokes Co. NC or Tennessee
  • RESOURCES: See: [S979] [S1286] [S2246] [S2705] [S3080] [S3566]
Father: James Taylor GAINES
Mother: Elizabeth STROTHER


Family 1 : Samuel Dalton MOORE
  1. +Letitia Dalton MOORE
  2. +Susannah MOORE

Notes


To TN by 1794.

                                                        _Richard GAINES I___________+
                                                       | (1686 - 1755) m 1704       
                        _William Henry GAINES _________|
                       | (1705 - 1796) m 1727          |
                       |                               |_Catherine Madison RAWLING _
                       |                                 (1680 - 1755) m 1704       
 _James Taylor GAINES _|
| (1742 - ....) m 1766 |
|                      |                                _Henry PENDLETON ___________+
|                      |                               | (1683 - 1721) m 1701       
|                      |_Isabella PENDLETON ___________|
|                        (1712 - 1781) m 1727          |
|                                                      |_Mary Bishop TAYLOR ________+
|                                                        (1688 - 1770) m 1701       
|
|--Elizabeth Strother GAINES 
|  (1769 - 1820)
|                                                       _William STROTHER III_______+
|                                                      | (1665 - 1726) m 1695       
|                       _Francis Thornton STROTHER Sr._|
|                      | (1698 - 1752) m 1718          |
|                      |                               |_Margaret THORNTON _________+
|                      |                                 (1678 - 1727) m 1695       
|_Elizabeth STROTHER __|
  (1744 - 1825) m 1766 |
                       |                                _John DABNEY _______________+
                       |                               | (1670 - ....)              
                       |_Susannah DABNEY ______________|
                         (1698 - 1752) m 1718          |
                                                       |_Sarah JENNINGS ____________
                                                         (1670 - ....)              

Sources

[S979]

[S1286]

[S2246]

[S2705]

[S3080]

[S3566]


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Charles HICKERSON

ABT 1700 - ABT 1790

ID Number: I3093

  • RESIDENCE: England and VA and Wilkes Co. NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1700, England or Stafford Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 1790, Wilkes Co. North Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: [S141] [S3075]

Family 1 : Mary "Molly" LYTLE (LITLE)
  1.  Joseph HICKERSON
  2. +David HICKERSON
  3.  Mary HICKERSON
  4.  Jane HICKERSON

Notes


Charles and Mary came to Wilkes Co.NC sometime between 1772 and 1776.

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[S141]

[S3075]


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Pendleton Slaughter LIGHTFOOT

8 Jul 1810 - 1835

ID Number: I42445

  • RESIDENCE: Nelson Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 8 Jul 1810, Nelson Co. Kentucky
  • DEATH: 1835, Daviess Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S757] [S1550] [S3235]
Father: John LIGHTFOOT
Mother: Margaret (Peggy) PENDLETON


Family 1 : Caroline CROW
  1. +Joshua Pendleton LIGHTFOOT

                                                               _Goodrich LIGHTFOOT Sr._+
                                                              | (1685 - 1738) m 1707   
                               _Goodrich LIGHTFOOT Jr.________|
                              | (1713 - 1778) m 1744          |
                              |                               |_Mary CHEW _____________+
                              |                                 (1686 - ....) m 1707   
 _John LIGHTFOOT _____________|
| (1758 - 1811) m 1809        |
|                             |                                _Robert SLAUGHTER II____+
|                             |                               | (1702 - 1769) m 1723   
|                             |_Susannah Elizabeth SLAUGHTER _|
|                               (1725 - 1808) m 1744          |
|                                                             |_Mary SMITH ____________+
|                                                               (1703 - ....) m 1723   
|
|--Pendleton Slaughter LIGHTFOOT 
|  (1810 - 1835)
|                                                              _James PENDLETON Sr.____+
|                                                             | (1702 - 1761) m 1732   
|                              _James PENDLETON Jr.___________|
|                             | (1745 - 1793) m 1763          |
|                             |                               |_Elizabeth COLEMAN _____+
|                             |                                 (1704 - 1769) m 1732   
|_Margaret (Peggy) PENDLETON _|
  (1768 - ....) m 1809        |
                              |                                _John BOWIE of Maryland_
                              |                               | (1720 - 1789)          
                              |_Catherine BOWIE ______________|
                                (1747 - 1795) m 1763          |
                                                              |_Judith CATLETT ________+
                                                                (1730 - 1798)          

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[S757]

[S1550]

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Jonah LYNCH

ABT 1712 - 1727

ID Number: I17241

  • OCCUPATION: Eldest Son
  • RESIDENCE: Christ Church Parish, Berkeley Co. SC
  • DEATH: 1727, Died Young
  • BIRTH: ABT 1712
  • RESOURCES: See: [S541] [S546]
Father: Thomas LYNCH I
Mother: Sabina VANDERHORST



                                               _Thomas LYNCH ___________________________+
                                              | (1630 - ....)                           
                       _Jonack (Jonah) LYNCH _|
                      | (1656 - 1711)         |
                      |                       |_Margaret QUINN _________________________
                      |                         (1630 - ....)                           
 _Thomas LYNCH I______|
| (1680 - 1738) m 1710|
|                     |                        _Nathaniel JOHNSON Gov.of South Carolina_+
|                     |                       | (1644 - 1712)                           
|                     |_Margaret JOHNSON? ____|
|                       (1670 - ....)         |
|                                             |_Ann OVERTON ____________________________+
|                                               (1650 - ....)                           
|
|--Jonah LYNCH 
|  (1712 - 1727)
|                                              _________________________________________
|                                             |                                         
|                      _John VANDERHORST _____|
|                     | (1662 - 1717)         |
|                     |                       |_________________________________________
|                     |                                                                 
|_Sabina VANDERHORST _|
  (1690 - 1742) m 1710|
                      |                        _________________________________________
                      |                       |                                         
                      |_Arndoldus VOS ________|
                        (1670 - ....)         |
                                              |_________________________________________
                                                                                        

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Sarah MORTON

ABT 1770 - ____

ID Number: I48700

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1770
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1730]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) MORTON


Family 1 : William PERKINS (PURKINS)

                               __
                              |  
                            __|
                           |  |
                           |  |__
                           |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) MORTON _|
|                          |
|                          |   __
|                          |  |  
|                          |__|
|                             |
|                             |__
|                                
|
|--Sarah MORTON 
|  (1770 - ....)
|                              __
|                             |  
|                           __|
|                          |  |
|                          |  |__
|                          |     
|__________________________|
                           |
                           |   __
                           |  |  
                           |__|
                              |
                              |__
                                 

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George MUSICK Sr.

ABT 1664 - 5 Mar 1754

ID Number: I100411

  • RESIDENCE: New Kent and Spotsylvania Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1664, New Kent Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 5 Mar 1754, St George Parish, Spotsylvanie Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS

Family 1 : Sarah Ann ALLEN
  1. +George MUSICK Jr.

Notes


Will proved 5 May 1754 Spottsylvania County Records Vol. 1, page 13.
Children:
Electious (Elexious) Musick b. 1718 in Spottsylvanie Co. VA d. About. 1797 or 21 Aug 1798 in Cedar Bluff, Russell County, Virginia
Ambrose Musick b. About 1720 in Spottsylvanie Co. VA
Abraham Musick b. 1722 in Spottsylvanie Co. VA
Ephraim Musick b. 1724 in Spottsylvania Co. VA
George Musick, Jr b. 1726 in Spottsylvania Co. VA
Daniel Musick b. 1734 in Spottsylvanie Co. VA
Agnes Musick
Elizabeth Musick
Kezia Musick

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LORETTE de QUINCEY

ABT 1180 - ____

ID Number: I33162

Father: SAIRE IV de QUINCEY 1st Earl of Winchester
Mother: MARGARET de Harcourt de BEAUMONT


Family 1 : WILLIAM de VALOINES of Panmure
  1.  Christina de VALONIS
  2.  LORA de VALOINES

                                                                                                                    _SAIRE de QUINCEY of Buckley and Daventry____
                                                                                                                   | (1090 - 1156)                               
                                              _ROBERT I de QUINCEY Lord of Buckley_________________________________|
                                             | (1130 - 1197)                                                       |
                                             |                                                                     |_MAUD de ST. LIZ of Northampton______________+
                                             |                                                                       (1091 - 1140)                               
 _SAIRE IV de QUINCEY 1st Earl of Winchester_|
| (1155 - 1219) m 1173                       |
|                                            |                                                                      _WILLIAM LLOUCHARS __________________________
|                                            |                                                                     | (1110 - 1197)                               
|                                            |_ORABELLA LLOUCHARS _________________________________________________|
|                                              (1133 - 1203)                                                       |
|                                                                                                                  |_NESS________________________________________
|                                                                                                                    (1110 - 1197)                               
|
|--LORETTE de QUINCEY 
|  (1180 - ....)
|                                                                                                                   _ROBERT II de BEAUMONT 2nd Earl of Leicester_+
|                                                                                                                  | (1104 - 1168) m 1120                        
|                                             _ROBERT III "Blanchmains" Harcourt de BEAUMONT 3rd Earl of Leicester_|
|                                            | (1135 - 1190) m 1155                                                |
|                                            |                                                                     |_AMICE de Gael de MONTFORT __________________+
|                                            |                                                                       (1108 - 1168) m 1120                        
|_MARGARET de Harcourt de BEAUMONT __________|
  (1155 - 1234) m 1173                       |
                                             |                                                                      _HUGH de GRANTMESNIL ________________________+
                                             |                                                                     | (1098 - ....)                               
                                             |_PETRONELLA de GRANTMESNIL __________________________________________|
                                               (1134 - 1212) m 1155                                                |
                                                                                                                   |_____________________________________________
                                                                                                                                                                 

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Henry REYNOLDS

23 Sep 1776 - ____

ID Number: I79595

  • RESIDENCE: of Richmond Co. VA and Breathitt and Powell Cos. KY
  • BIRTH: 23 Sep 1776, Westmoreland Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3023]
Father: William REYNOLDS
Mother: Ann THORNTON


Notes


Spouse unknown.
Children:
James A. Reynolds b 1814 Westmoreland Co. VA and d. 1879 Peru, Indiana.
Henry Reynolds b. 1818 " " d. 1899 in Phlox, Indiana
(girl) Reynolds
David Reynolds 1860 Census Powell Co. KY
John Reynolds " " " "




                                             _Jeffrey REYNOLDS ___+
                                            | (1675 - ....) m 1696
                       _John REYNOLDS ______|
                      | (1727 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_Ann_________________
                      |                       (1677 - ....) m 1696
 _William REYNOLDS ___|
| (1755 - 1785) m 1773|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Henry REYNOLDS 
|  (1776 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _Thomas THORNTON ____|
|                     | (1730 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Ann THORNTON _______|
  (1755 - ....) m 1773|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Thomas A. RUSSELL

ABT 1790 - ____

ID Number: I86508

  • BIRTH: ABT 1790
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3214]
Father: Robert Spotswood RUSSELL
Mother: Deborah Montgomery ALLEN


Family 1 : Sarah Lewis GARRARD
  1. +Margaret Tabitha RUSSELL

                                                   _William RUSSELL I___+
                                                  | (1679 - 1757)       
                             _William RUSSELL II__|
                            | (1735 - 1793) m 1755|
                            |                     |_Martha HENLEY ______
                            |                       (1700 - ....)       
 _Robert Spotswood RUSSELL _|
| (1762 - 1842) m 1787      |
|                           |                      _Samuel ADAMS _______+
|                           |                     | (1710 - ....)       
|                           |_Tabitha ADAMS ______|
|                             (1736 - 1776) m 1755|
|                                                 |_Charity COATES _____
|                                                   (1710 - ....)       
|
|--Thomas A. RUSSELL 
|  (1790 - ....)
|                                                  _____________________
|                                                 |                     
|                            _____________________|
|                           |                     |
|                           |                     |_____________________
|                           |                                           
|_Deborah Montgomery ALLEN _|
  (1767 - 1842) m 1787      |
                            |                      _____________________
                            |                     |                     
                            |_____________________|
                                                  |
                                                  |_____________________
                                                                        

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SCHURTZ

ABT 1890 - ____

ID Number: I10387

  • BIRTH: ABT 1890
  • RESOURCES: See: [S321]

Family 1 : Lulu E ALVIS

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Maj. John Jack Harris STEGER

23 Sep 1788 - 6 Sep 1860

ID Number: I81141

  • TITLE: Maj.
  • RESIDENCE: Powhatan and Amelia Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 23 Sep 1788, Powhatan Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 6 Sep 1860, "Kennon", Amelia Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes [S3065] [S3087] [S3304]
Father: Hans STEGER
Mother: Catherine HARRIS


Family 1 : Susan Grayson OVERTON
  1. +John Overton STEGER C.S.A.
Family 2 : Judith B. BURNLEY
  1.  Mary Overton STEGER
Family 3 : Sarah Jane GAINES
  1.  Lucilla Stanley STEGER
  2.  Sallie Gaines STEGER
  3.  Kate Harris STEGER
  4.  Roger W. STEGER
  5.  Nannie STEGER

Notes


John Jack Harris STEGER b: 23 SEP 1788 in Powhatan Co., VA.


BIOGRAPHY: W.E. Steger, 1998- John Harris Steger was born 23 September 1788 in Powhatan Co., Virginia. He died in 1860 at his home "Kennon" in Amelia County which still was standing in 1998. " John was highly regarded in business, religious and military affairs. He was appointed to a number of county boards and served on a number of administrative assignments for the county. See Couture's POWHATAN, A BICENTENNIAL HISTORY. He served as executor of several estates and appears to have practiced law, although there is no formal record of his having been a licensed member of the bar. he moved from Powhatan after selling "Walnut Shade" in 1829 and relocated in Amelia County at "Kennon".


He was appointed as Captain of Infantry from Powhatan on 12 March 1813 and was a veteran of the War of 1812. Later he was appointed by the Governor as Major. Many documents and letters refer to him as Major Steger.


One of the real treasures of research was uncovered when the location of approximately 80 original documents of John Harris Steger and his son, John Overton Steger were discovered in the Huntington Library in San Marino, CA. These papers were part of the Brock Collection which were bought by the library in 1922".


Susan G. Overton (Wife)
Children: John Overton Steger


Judith B. Burnley (Wife)
Children: Mary Overton Steger b. 1821


Sarah Jane Gaines (Wife) b. 1806
Children:
Lucilla Stanley Steger
Sallie Gaines Steger
Kate Harris Steger
Roger W. Steger
Nannie Steger




                                                               __________________________________
                                                              |                                  
                       _Francis George STEGER "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1715 - 1769) m 1737                  |
                      |                                       |__________________________________
                      |                                                                          
 _Hans STEGER ________|
| (1741 - 1813) m 1762|
|                     |                                        _John PERRATT Jr. "the Immigrant"_+
|                     |                                       | (1695 - 1746) m 1718             
|                     |_Ann PERRATT __________________________|
|                       (1719 - 1749) m 1737                  |
|                                                             |_Elizabeth HALES _________________+
|                                                               (1699 - ....) m 1718             
|
|--John Jack Harris STEGER 
|  (1788 - 1860)
|                                                              _Matthew HARRIS __________________+
|                                                             | (1661 - 1727) m 1712             
|                      _William Lee HARRIS ___________________|
|                     | (1713 - 1788) m 1725                  |
|                     |                                       |_Elizabeth LEE ___________________+
|                     |                                         (1690 - 1748) m 1712             
|_Catherine HARRIS ___|
  (1743 - 1814) m 1762|
                      |                                        _John NETHERLAND "the Immigrant"__
                      |                                       | (1680 - 1739) m 1707             
                      |_Sarah Mary NETHERLAND ________________|
                        (1708 - 1799) m 1725                  |
                                                              |_Sarah HANKINS ___________________+
                                                                (1690 - 1745) m 1707             

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MALISE de STRATHEARN 5th Earl of Strathearn

ABT 1220 - ABT 1271

ID Number: I88878

  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • BIRTH: ABT 1220
  • DEATH: ABT 1271
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3171] [S3188]
Father: ROBERT de STRATHEARN 4th Earl of Strathearn


Family 1 : MARJORY de MUSCHAMP
  1. +MARIA de STRATHEARN of Strathearn

Notes


a. Malise, 5th Earl of Strathearn (d before 23.11.1271)
m1. (c1243) Marjory de Muschamp (d before 20.03.1254-5, dau of Sir Robert de Muschamp)
(1) Muriel of Strathearn (b 1244, dsp before 11.1291) m. (after 1267) William, 5th Earl of Mar (d 1281, Chamberlain)
(2) Maria of Strathearn (b c1248, d c1316) ..m. (before 1269) Sir Nicholas de Graham of Dalkeith, Abercorn and Eskdale (d c1304) ..


m2. (before 12.1257) Matilda (dau of Gilbert, Earl of Caithness and Orkney)

[S3188]


                                                  __
                                                 |  
                                               __|
                                              |  |
                                              |  |__
                                              |     
 _ROBERT de STRATHEARN 4th Earl of Strathearn_|
| (1190 - 1244)                               |
|                                             |   __
|                                             |  |  
|                                             |__|
|                                                |
|                                                |__
|                                                   
|
|--MALISE de STRATHEARN 5th Earl of Strathearn
|  (1220 - 1271)
|                                                 __
|                                                |  
|                                              __|
|                                             |  |
|                                             |  |__
|                                             |     
|_____________________________________________|
                                              |
                                              |   __
                                              |  |  
                                              |__|
                                                 |
                                                 |__
                                                    

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Alexander Humphreys TODD C.S.A.

18 Feb 1839 - 5 Aug 1862

ID Number: I102781

  • OCCUPATION: CSA
  • RESIDENCE: Fayette Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 18 Feb 1839, Lexington, Fayette Co. Kentucky
  • DEATH: 5 Aug 1862, Battle of Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3721]
Father: Robert Smith TODD Judge
Mother: Elizabeth L. HUMPHREYS


Notes


N. Alexander Humphreys Todd – b. February 18, 1839 in Lexington, Kentucky – d. August 5, 1862 in Louisiana. Alex joined the Confederate forces and was killed in “friendly fire’ at the Battle of Baton Rouge.



                                                                             _David TODD ________________+
                                                                            | (1723 - 1785) m 1749       
                           _Levi "The Old Indian Fighter" TODD of Ellerslie_|
                          | (1756 - 1807) m 1779                            |
                          |                                                 |_Hannah OWEN _______________
                          |                                                   (1725 - 1813) m 1749       
 _Robert Smith TODD Judge_|
| (1791 - 1849) m 1826    |
|                         |                                                  ____________________________
|                         |                                                 |                            
|                         |_Jane "Betsy" BRIGGS ____________________________|
|                           (1761 - 1800) m 1779                            |
|                                                                           |____________________________
|                                                                                                        
|
|--Alexander Humphreys TODD C.S.A.
|  (1839 - 1862)
|                                                                            ____________________________
|                                                                           |                            
|                          _Alexander HUMPHREYS "the Immigrant"_____________|
|                         | (1757 - 1802) m 1788                            |
|                         |                                                 |____________________________
|                         |                                                                              
|_Elizabeth L. HUMPHREYS _|
  (1800 - ....) m 1826    |
                          |                                                  _John BROWN "the Immigrant"_
                          |                                                 | (1730 - 1803) m 1754       
                          |_Mary BROWN _____________________________________|
                            (1763 - 1836) m 1788                            |
                                                                            |_Margaret PRESTON __________+
                                                                              (1730 - 1802) m 1754       

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WINN

ABT 1698 - ____

ID Number: I65220

  • RESIDENCE: Prince William Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1698
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS
Father: John Minor WINN Sr.
Mother: Martha Ann BYRD



                                                                  _Thomas WYNNE "the Immigrant"_
                                                                 | (1590 - ....)                
                       _John WINN _______________________________|
                      | (1632 - 1694) m 1660                     |
                      |                                          |_Dorothy HINES _______________
                      |                                            (1600 - ....)                
 _John Minor WINN Sr._|
| (1660 - 1730) m 1684|
|                     |                                           _John MINOR "the Immigrant"___
|                     |                                          | (1600 - 1698)                
|                     |_Elizabeth MINOR _________________________|
|                       (1660 - ....) m 1660                     |
|                                                                |_Ellenor SPENCER? ____________
|                                                                  (1642 - ....)                
|
|-- WINN 
|  (1698 - ....)
|                                                                 _John BYRD ___________________
|                                                                | (1620 - 1677)                
|                      _William of Westover BYRD "the Immigrant"_|
|                     | (1649 - 1701) m 1673                     |
|                     |                                          |_Grace STEGGE ________________
|                     |                                            (1625 - 1677)                
|_Martha Ann BYRD ____|
  (1663 - 1748) m 1684|
                      |                                           _WARHAM St.Leger HORSMANDAN __+
                      |                                          | (1628 - 1691) m 1650         
                      |_MARY HORSMANDAN _________________________|
                        (1652 - 1699) m 1673                     |
                                                                 |_Susanna BEECHING ____________+
                                                                   (1627 - 1691) m 1650         

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Isham WOODSON

BET 1752 AND 0000 - ____

ID Number: I38529

  • RESIDENCE: Goochland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: BET 1752 AND 0000
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1376]
Father: John WOODSON
Mother: Dorothea RANDOLPH



                                                     _John WOODSON ______________________+
                                                    | (1658 - 1715) m 1679               
                       _Josiah WOODSON _____________|
                      | (1702 - ....)               |
                      |                             |_Judith TARLETON ___________________+
                      |                               (1660 - 1714) m 1679               
 _John WOODSON _______|
| (1730 - 1789) m 1751|
|                     |                              ____________________________________
|                     |                             |                                    
|                     |_Mary ROYALL ________________|
|                       (1710 - 1757)               |
|                                                   |____________________________________
|                                                                                        
|
|--Isham WOODSON 
|  (1752 - ....)
|                                                    _William I RANDOLPH "the immigrant"_+
|                                                   | (1651 - 1711) m 1678               
|                      _Isham RANDOLPH of Dungeness_|
|                     | (1685 - 1742) m 1718        |
|                     |                             |_Mary ISHAM ________________________+
|                     |                               (1660 - 1735) m 1678               
|_Dorothea RANDOLPH __|
  (1732 - 1794) m 1751|
                      |                              _Charles ROGERS ____________________+
                      |                             | (1660 - ....)                      
                      |_Jane ROGERS ________________|
                        (1692 - ....) m 1718        |
                                                    |_Jane LILBURN ______________________+
                                                      (1670 - ....)                      

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