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Maj. James Taylor EUBANK

ABT 1787 - 15 Dec 1814

ID Number: I68876

  • TITLE: Maj.
  • OCCUPATION: War of 1812
  • RESIDENCE: Henrico Co. VA; Clark; Campbell Cos. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1787, Henrico Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 15 Dec 1814, Newport, Clark Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S2246] [S2626]
Father: James EUBANK
Mother: Lucy Ann TAYLOR


Family 1 : Maria H. BROWN
  1. +James Moss Taylor EUBANK

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Family History.com Message Boards on Ancestry.com: Submitter: Paul Roth Subject: EUBANK, James M. Taylor b. 1814 KY


He was a prefessional soldier, receiving his first commission in the KY. Militia as a Lieutenant in 1809. He also received another commission in 1811 from the state of KY.


From "The Family History of Carl Leroy EUBANK": "On 1 Apr 1790 Hubbard TAYLOR led a party which included James EUBANK and Family to KY. arriving 13 May 1790. Their route was from Caroline Co. VA. to the Shenandoah Valley thence up the Great Philadelphia Wagon Road (the best road in America at the time, paved with crushed limestone) today's I-81 to Chambersburg, PA. where they took the road to Bedford, PA. Here, they took FORBES Road later called the "Pennsylvania Road", close to today's PA.Tunrpike). It was built in 1758 to enable the British and American forces to capture Fort Duquesne. It ran west from Bedford to Pittsburgh. Unfortunately, it was fit for pack animals only and when they came to Brownsville on the Monongahela River, they took rafts. They floated down the Monongahela to where it joined the Allegheny to form the Ohio. They continued on down the Ohio to Maysville, KY. where they went ashore and took to horse, proceeding to Springhill in Fayette Co. which later became Clark Co. In his words : "We set out on the first day of April 1790, came by way of Brownsville on the Monongahela, down that river and the Ohio to Limestone, now Maysville, in company with Mr. James EUBANK and family, who married my eldest sister, Lucy. At this time, I had three children living, Mildred, Lucy and Hubbard. We arrived at our new home the 13th of May 1790, found about 6 acres of land opened, some cabins and the whole of a house without a chimney, floor or door." So far, no record has been found to indicate that James or Lucy owned any land in KY. or property of any sort. It is quite possible that James acted as Hubbard's plantation manager at Springhill, near present day Winchester, as Hubbard was often away on family business. There is no record of any pension applied for by either James or Lucy for his service in the Revlutionary War. There is, however, ample evidence that he served in the Virginia Militia through DAR records which mention his rank as Lt. It is possible that his time in the militia was not sufficient to earn a pension, or they did not feel the need for one. Some indication of James' wealth is that he is listed as a bondsman in a will in Fayette Co. KY. In the Will of Capt. William ELLIS dated 28 Apr 1804 in Fayette Co. KY. James T. EUBANK, is entered into as bond with James PARRISH as their securities in the penal sum of 3,000 pounds. With this in mind, it can be reasonably assumed that James and Lucy were well off, if not rich. The date of death of James and Lucy is unknown. However, James T. EUBANK, the son of James and Lucy, was frequently traveling to Clark Co. throughout 1812 and 1813 from Newport, KY. presumably to visit his parents, as his wife's family were from the Newport area and he resided in Newport up to his death in 1814. James Taylor EUBANK was born in VA. in 1787/88 and he died in Newport, KY. 7 Dec 1814. He was a prefessional soldier, receiving his first commission in the KY. Militia as a Lieutenant in 1809. He also received another commission in 1811 from the state of KY.


Sometime between 22 Aug 1812 and 27 Nov 1812, when James T. EUBANK was appointed Deputy Quartermaster, he joined President William Henry HARRISON's Army."


Date: Mon, 06 Jan 2003 To: jbass@digital.net From: Chuck Decker cdecker@pcna.com Subject: My southern Family
Have found many, many ancestors in your database, i.e. Taylor, Thornton, etc. My Great Grandmother married Arthur Eubank, grandson of James Taylor Eubank. He was the son of Lucy Ann Taylor. Thanks for all your work. How accurate is your data? Is it based on fact or family history. Thanks again, Chuck Decker


                                                    _____________________
                                                   |                     
                       _William EUBANK Jr._________|
                      | (1730 - ....)              |
                      |                            |_____________________
                      |                                                  
 _James EUBANK _______|
| (1754 - 1830) m 1780|
|                     |                             _____________________
|                     |                            |                     
|                     |____________________________|
|                                                  |
|                                                  |_____________________
|                                                                        
|
|--James Taylor EUBANK 
|  (1787 - 1814)
|                                                   _James TAYLOR III____+
|                                                  | (1703 - 1784) m 1727
|                      _James TAYLOR IV____________|
|                     | (1732 - 1814) m 1758       |
|                     |                            |_Alice THORNTON _____+
|                     |                              (1708 - 1739) m 1727
|_Lucy Ann TAYLOR ____|
  (1759 - 1823) m 1780|
                      |                             _James HUBBARD Jr.___+
                      |                            | (1710 - ....)       
                      |_Ann Berry 'Fanny' HUBBARD _|
                        (1738 - 1789) m 1758       |
                                                   |_____________________
                                                                         

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Brig. Gen. George Baird HODGE C.S.A.

1828 - 1892

ID Number: I22443

  • TITLE: Brig. Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. Orphan Brigade, 1863 Cmdr Dist Of SW MS & E LA
  • RESIDENCE: Campbell Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1828
  • DEATH: 1892
  • RESOURCES: See: [S759]

Family 1 : Keturah TIBBATTS

Notes


Brigadier General George Baird Hodge served as a Democrat in the State Legislature from Kentucky 1859-1861.
Represented Kentucky in the Confederate Congress from 1861-1863.
Hodge joined the Ky. Orphan Brigade after leaving the Confederate Congress in 1863.
Hodge assumed command of a Calvary Brigade under General Joseph Wheeler as a Col. in 1863. Appointed Brig. General on Nov.20,1863 and took over the District of Southwest Mississippi and East Louisiana. He did not surrender his forces until May 10,1865,a month after Lee surrendered.
Requested a pardon June 20,1865,was denied.
Requested a second pardon Aug.12,1865.
Accepted Sept.22,1865.


Married:Keturah Tibbatts, granddaughter of General James Taylor. Keturah Tibbatts was the dau. of Col. John.W Tibbatts and Ann (Taylor)Tibbatts. [S759]

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Ella Louise LOWRY

15 Jun 1903 - ____

ID Number: I7912

  • RESIDENCE: FL
  • BIRTH: 15 Jun 1903
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11]
Father: Henry O. LOWRY
Mother: Mary "Mamie" Powe NETTLES


Family 1 : Richard Beavans HEBBLE
  1.  Richard B. HEBBLE
  2.  Mary Louise HEBBLE

                                                          ____________________________
                                                         |                            
                              _John Henry LOWRY _________|
                             | (1830 - ....)             |
                             |                           |____________________________
                             |                                                        
 _Henry O. LOWRY ____________|
| (1859 - 1927) m 1891       |
|                            |                            ____________________________
|                            |                           |                            
|                            |_Lamanda R. BEALL _________|
|                              (1840 - ....)             |
|                                                        |____________________________
|                                                                                     
|
|--Ella Louise LOWRY 
|  (1903 - ....)
|                                                         _James Lindsay NETTLES _____+
|                                                        | (1809 - 1843) m 1829       
|                             _James Watkins NETTLES Sr._|
|                            | (1839 - 1907) m 1859      |
|                            |                           |_Sarah Ann "Sally" MCCANTS _+
|                            |                             (1816 - 1879) m 1829       
|_Mary "Mamie" Powe NETTLES _|
  (1872 - 1938) m 1891       |
                             |                            _Thomas Alexander POWE _____
                             |                           | (1820 - ....)              
                             |_Mary Caroline POWE _______|
                               (1838 - 1915) m 1859      |
                                                         |_Jane Isabella SMITH _______+
                                                           (1820 - ....)              

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GERGERBA de la ROCHEFOUCAULD

ABT 1030 - ____

ID Number: I18527

  • BIRTH: ABT 1030
  • RESOURCES: See: [S590]

Family 1 : HUGH de CHASTELLERAULT
  1. +BOSO II de CHASTELLERAULT

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Phillip SCOFIELD

ABT 1715 - 1786

ID Number: I59593

  • RESIDENCE: Old Craven & Fairfield and Kershaw Cos. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1715
  • DEATH: 1786, Winnsboro, Camden Co.South Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S2196]

Family 1 :
  1.  Nancy SCOFIELD

Notes


"Phillip Scofield owned land in both Fairfield and Kershaw County at his death in 1786. His will (note 1) proven in Camden Fall Term of Court 1786 and a file in Winnsboro ordered Isaac Love to swear in any three men of Gardner Love, John McKinnie, John Nickle, William Cloud to truly appraise the good and affects of Phillip Scoldfield, deceased, on 10 Nov 1786. Rachel, his wife was deceased and not listed, Hannah Schofield, Elizabeth Moore, Helen Elkins, Nancy Nettles and a grandson William Scofield are mentioned in the will. There is no notation of who the parents of William Scofield were. In fact no sons are mentioned, perhaps because they already had taken their portion of the estate, as was common or because of political differences of the American Revolutionary War.


Although Camden was the British camp of Lord Cornwallis and remained a Tory stronghold, Zachariah Nettles, Nancy Scofieldís husband, was said to have served in the Revolution on behalf of the Colonists. We are unsure of Phillipís sympathies.


Joseph Coffell (note 2), a self-styled backcountry Tory Colonel is believed to be his son. We arenít sure if Phillip and Rachel travelled to Spanish East Florida with Joseph Coffell like many in the Camden region. Perhaps Phillip was pro-Revolution, like many of his neighbours and son-in-laws."


"In 1735, our first Phillip Schofield appears in South Carolina. He may have come to the Colony, with the Reverend William Turbeville, the Episcopal minister from North Carolina. We arenít sure where Phillip was born or where he married. Our first Phillip Schofield (Scofuld) appears with wife Rachel, in the register book of the old Prince Frederick Episcopal Church of Old Craven County. By 1753, he and wife Rachel, are baptising two daughters on 2 June, 1753, Sarah Scofield born 3 June, 1750 and Elizabeth Scofield born 26 April 1752 at St Markís Parish. There were no entries after 1753 at St Markís Parish, but by that time Kershaw County had a township on the westside of the Watersee River known as West Wateree."


possible kin: from LDS A William Schofill b. SC had a son Phillip Schofill b 1803 Lexington, SC and died 3 Mar 1891 in Crawford Co. GA.
1850 Census Name: P Scofield Age: 48 Estimated birth year: abt 1802 Birth place: South Carolina Gender: Male Home in 1850
(City,County,State): Division 20, Crawford, Georgia Page: 432 Roll: M432_67


[S2196]

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John T. SCOTT

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I84797

  • RESIDENCE: Williamsburg Co. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: notes
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) SCOTT of SC and LA and MS-GA


Family 1 : Amelia Elizabeth (Elizabeth Amelia) MCGILL

Notes


"I have been researching my Arkansas Scott family, and believe that the father of my ggg grandfather (William Robert Scott b. abt. 1833 SC), is John T. Scott of Williamsburg Co., SC.


John T. Scott married Elizabeth Amelia (or Amelia Elizabeth) McGill on 27 Apr 1826, according to a site at Rootsweb's WorldConnect project. I have looked at some of the info on Amelia Elizabeth McGill and her ancestors that is posted at various places on the internet. I've also seen a lot of info on Scotts from Williamsburg Co., and have looked at all census info I could find on them back to 1800.


I have found John T. Scott on the 1830, 1840 (he is the enumerator for the county), 1850, and 1860 Williamsburg Co. censuses. The information for his family as shown on the 1850 census is as follows:
John T. Scott, 50, b. SC
Amelia, 42, b. SC
Elizabeth, 22, SC
Samuel A., 19, SC
William R. (my ggg grandfather), 18, SC
Mary A., 16, SC
Martha M., 13, SC
Sarah J., 10, SC
James B., 4, SC
Caroline Lowry, 17, SC


I believe that William R. Scott migrated to Ouachita and/or Hempstead Co.,
Arkansas prior to 1860 with his McGill aunts and uncle. The 1860 Hempstead Co.,
AR census shows William Scott, his wife Sarah, and daughter Emma (my gg
grandmother) living in the same household as A.J. Murphy and his wife Mary A. McGill, and Elisha Bell and his wife Amelia Burgess. They are living immediately next door to Minto McGill and his wife Sarah, and their children Clarence, Mary A., and Minto.


I believe that John T. Scott and his family did not migrate to Arkansas until late 1860 or later, as the family is shown on the Murray's Ferry, Williamsburg Co. SC census dated 4 Sep. 1860. The family is comprised of John T. Scott, E.A. (Elizabeth Amelia), S. A. (Samuel Addison), M.M., S.T., J.B., and M. E. Woodberry, who I believe must be a granddaughter. I wonder if John T. Scott and Amelia had a daughter named Jennet, as I have seen a reference to this bit of info.


I am trying to find out who the father of John T. Scott is. A fellow researcher of the Arkansas Scotts has received info from others stating that John T. Scott is from a clan of Kentucky Scotts, which I suppose is possible, but all census info shows John T. Scott being born in SC and not KY.


Also, I would like to find out the name of my ggg grandmother Sarah, who married William Robert Scott. I have no idea if they married in SC or AR. Sarah was born abt. 1830 in SC, according to 1860 and 1880 census info. The children of William Robert Scott and Sarah Unknown are Emma A. Scott, b. 1860 in Camden, Ouachita Co., AR, d. 1939, Howard Co., AR; she married Melvin Clare Pope.


Her brothers are Erwin E. Scott, Samuel A. Scott, Junius W. Scott, and B.A. Scott. I have info on the brothers, but am trying to keep this message somewhat brief. ha ha.


I hope I've supplied enough info to show you where I'm at on this family. I'd love to hear from anyone interested in this family group. I'm willing to share what I've found so far, and would sure like to learn a lot more.
Thanks for your time."
Aleta Pope Hudson
Columbia, South Carolina


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 _(RESEARCH QUERY) SCOTT of SC and LA and MS-GA_|
|                                               |
|                                               |   __
|                                               |  |  
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|                                                  |
|                                                  |__
|                                                     
|
|--John T. SCOTT 
|  (1800 - ....)
|                                                   __
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|                                               |     
|_______________________________________________|
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Col. William WHITE

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I66506

  • TITLE: Col.
  • RESIDENCE: of Culpeper Co. VA and NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2513]

Family 1 : Sophia DAVENPORT
  1. +Elizabeth "Betty" WHITE

Notes


Spouse Unknown

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Elizabeth YOUNG

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I53902

  • RESIDENCE: Shelby & Green Cos. KY & 1870 Palestine Crawford Co.IL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180] [S1946]

Family 1 : Bennett SEEDERS
  1. +Sarah Ellen SEEDERS
  2.  Emily SEEDERS

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