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Mary Elizabeth BUFORD OR WARFORD

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I103915

  • RESIDENCE: SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3760]

Family 1 : John LINDSEY
  1. +Willis Pinkney LINDSEY

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John William CARTER


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William ECHOLS Sr.

ABT 1690 - 8 Apr 1771

ID Number: I97249

  • RESIDENCE: Amelia and Lunenburg and Halifax Cos. VA
  • RELIGION: Quaker
  • BIRTH: ABT 1690, King and Queen Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 8 Apr 1771, Halifax Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3548] [S3689]
Father: John ECHOLS
Mother: Mary CAVE


Family 1 : Sarah TURNER
  1.  John ECHOLS
  2.  Ruth ECHOLS
  3.  Son ECHOLS
  4.  William ECHOLS Jr.
  5.  Daughter ECHOLS
  6.  Hannah ECHOLS
  7.  Judith ECHOLS
  8.  Daughter ECHOLS
  9.  Daughter ECHOLS

Notes


"William Echols, the son of John Echols and Mary Cave, lived first in Prince George County in the area that later became Amelia County. From 1734 to 1741, Echols obtained patents to about 1,200 acres near the Appomattox River in Amelia County: 400 acres on 1 August 1734, 397 acres on 13 October 1736, and 400 acres on 1 December 1740.


On 14 November 1741, “the 15th year of reign of George II,” William sold half the latter 400-acre land patent to William Silcock for £40 and the other half to Lewis Turner for £40. He sold 420 acres of his 1734 patent to his brother John Echols in 1744. He was a surveyor from 11 March 1736/7 until 25 September 1739 when Amelia County appointed Matthew Talbott to replace him.


William’s wife was Sarah Turner. William was living in Raleigh Parish, Amelia County, Virginia, on 2 February 1747/8 when he and his wife, Sarah, leased 200 acres to William Branton and his wife, Ann. This property was part of a 1,091-acre land patent and encompassed a plantation on Saylers Creek and a spring. As a part of the lease, Branton was to plant an orchard, keep the plantation in good repair, and raise cattle. Echols placed six cows and calves there. If Branton ended the lease after four years, he was to return the cows and calves and half their increase. If he stayed longer than four years, half of all the cattle would be his. Branton bought the property on 15 June 1750.


William and Sarah were living in Cumberland Parish of Lunenburg County when, on 17 March 1748/9, he sold Francis Anderson 320 acres of his 1734 land patent. This deed was recorded on 19 May 1749 after William’s wife, Sarah, relinquished her dower right. They had gotten 152 acres of land in Brunswick (later Lunenburg) County in October 1741 and 102 acres in August 1745. The Lunenburg County tithes list of 1749 included William Echols. The next year they enumerated both William Echols Sr and Jr.


In 1747 William got two land patents in Amelia County. The first was for 104 acres on Stocks Creek and the second was for 1,091 acres on both sides of Little Saylers Creek. William was still “of Lunenburg County” when, on 26 September 1751, he sold the land encompassed by these two patents. He conveyed by deed 104 acres to James Wingo for £10, 662 acres to Berry Lewis for £66, and 229 acres to Thomas Smith for £23. The second and third parcels were the remains of William’s 1,091-acre land patent after he leased 200 acres to William Branton.


William moved to Halifax County by September 1751 when he got 317 acres on both sides of Buffalo Creek. He added 274 acres on a branch of Pole Cat Creek in August 1756.


On 17 June 1758 South River Monthly Meeting “received by request” William Echols Sr. and his son William. The same day daughter Ruth (Echols) Hendrick and her husband, Moses Hendrick, “request membership through Halifax Monthly Meeting” into South River Monthly Meeting.


On 16 February 1765 William gave his son-in-law Moses Hendrick for “Natural Love and Effection and for the better maintenance and lively hood” two parcels of land in Antrim Parish. One parcel was a 274-acre portion of William’s patent of 16 August 1756 and the other parcel was a 430-acre portion of a patent dated 6 September 1764. Thomas Watkins, George Watkins, Owen Brady, and Griffith Dickenson witnessed the deed.


William died in Halifax County, Virginia, in 1771 (will dated 8 April 1771 , recorded 16 May 1771). He mentioned his wife Sarah who died in 1778."




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Maj. William HARWOOD of Warwick

ABT 1686 - 2 Jun 1737

ID Number: I84645

  • TITLE: Maj.
  • RESIDENCE: Warwick Co. VA
  • OCCUPATION: Burgess and JP
  • BIRTH: ABT 1686, Warwick Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 2 Jun 1737, Warwick Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3140] [S3162]
Father: Humphrey HARWOOD


Family 1 :
  1. +Ann HARWOOD
  2.  William HARWOOD
  3.  Edward HARWOOD
  4.  Margaret HARWOOD

Notes


"THE EWING GENEALOGY WITH COGNATE BRANCHES: page 153: Major William Harwood, born and resided in Warwick County, Colony of Virginia, died June 2, 1737,
was a member of the House of Burgesses from Warwick County, 1714, and probably longer, and for many years Justice of the County. He married, but owing to the destruction of the Warwick County Records, it has been impossibleto ascertain the name of the wife or date of marriage; but from that union there was born a daughter Ann, about 171-1716, who became the wife of Filmer Wills, and to them was born a daughter Martha, in James City County, Virginia, March 31, 1734., who married Colonel Thomas Marston Green (q.v.).


He, Major William Harwood, was the son of Major Humphrey Harwood... VIRGINIA NOTHERN NECK LAND GRANTS, 1694-1742, compiled by Gertrude E. Gray, (Karen Clifford's Book) Gen. Pub. Comp., Inc. 1987: pg. 111, 136, 21 pg. 21: "2-292: William White of Lancaster Co. dec'd patented 192 A. In said Co. 18 Jan. 1663. 146 A. first taken up by Wroughton & assigned to White, & 26 A. surplus taken up by White.


At death of White, it descended to his son William Whitee, who died. Escheat Grant to William Ball of Lancaster Co. for 172 A. on Rappahanock R. adj. John Merriman, part of Thomas Harwood's land belonging to Charles King's Orphans. 14 Oct 1698".


pg. 111: " C-201: Stephen Clayton of Stafford Co. (now Pr. William Co.) 4 Sept. 1730 set forth that William Harwood of Stafford Co. died seized of land between Brs. of Occoquon & Niapsco and by Will devised to his son Francis and if he died without Heirs to his daus. Anne and Jane and to the Survivor.


Inquisition 11 Nov. 1730 By George Eskridge Gent. Deputy Eschr. and 12 Freeholders of Stafford Co. (now Pr. Wm.) to wit: Jacob Gibson *c. Anne Haywood the surviving child died seized of 300 A. by Deed from Thomas Gregg to William Harwood father of Anne and another parcel by Deed from Thomas Wallace to Harwood. Land Escheats. Abraham Farrow of Pr. Willim Co. set forth he has most equitable Right to land making it appear that by Harwood's Will in case of Death of all the children without heirs, land was devised to Harwood's brother Robert Forster? living in Jamaica. Farrow's father Abraham Farrow dec'd as Trustee appointed by said Will entered land and made improvements, and after death of Anne did expect Robert Forster to come but believing he would never come, upon his Death Bed advised his children to escheat the land, & it was clandestinely anticipated therein by Stephen Clayton before their Father's Funeral was over. Farrow had a Warrant to John
Warner to survey said land in behalf of himself and his bro. William Farrow.


Escheat Deed to Abraham Farrow & William Farrow both of Pr. William Co. 375 A. in Pr. William Co. Adj. Col. John Tayloe, the Grand Patent. 11 July 1731.


pg. "E-300: Rev. Dr. Charles Green of Pr. Wm. Co. suggested 60 A. in Pr. Wm. Co. belonging to Ann Harwood dau. & Heir of William Harwood who purchased of Thomas Wallin, did Escheat as Ann died without Heirs. Advertisement under hand of Mr. Catesby Cocke Clk of said Co. in March, April & May of 1737.


Escheat Grant to Green. Surv. by Mr. George Byrn. On Neabisco Cr., adj. Heirs of Chrles Taylor, Capt. Catesby Cocke, heirs of Mr. Thomas Osborne dec'd. 2 Nov. 1741. #"."


Children:
Ann Harwood b. 1714/1716 in of,Warwick,VA
William Harwood Col. b. About 1710/1720 in of Norfolk,or,Warwick,VA
Edward Harwood b. About 1712/1730 in of,Warwick,VA
Margaret Harwood b. About 1712/1730 in of,Warwick,VA

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                       _Thomas HARWOOD "the Immigrant"_|
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|--William HARWOOD of Warwick
|  (1686 - 1737)
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JOHN MARMION 1st Baron

____ - BEF 7 May 1322

ID Number: I59441

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • DEATH: BEF 7 May 1322
Father: WILLIAM de MARMION 1st Baron
Mother: LORETTE (PLANTAGNET) de DOVER



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 _WILLIAM de MARMION 1st Baron___|
| (1225 - 1275) m 1248           |
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|--JOHN MARMION 1st Baron
|  (.... - 1322)
|                                                                                         _JOHN I Lackland Anjou PLANTAGENET of England_+
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|                                 _RICHARD FitzRoy of Dover PLANTAGENET Baron of Chilham_|
|                                | (1186 - 1246)                                         |
|                                |                                                       |_SUZANNE de WARENNE __________________________+
|                                |                                                         (1168 - ....)                                
|_LORETTE (PLANTAGNET) de DOVER _|
  (1225 - 1276) m 1248           |
                                 |                                                        _ROBERT de DOVER Lord of Chilham______________+
                                 |                                                       | (1180 - ....) m 1200                         
                                 |_ROHESE de DOVER of Chilham____________________________|
                                   (1200 - 1261)                                         |
                                                                                         |_ISABEL de BRIWERE ___________________________+
                                                                                           (1184 - 1233) m 1200                         

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Cornelius NEAL

1900 - ____

ID Number: I36666

  • RESIDENCE: Pike Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 1900
  • RESOURCES: See: [S257] [S1338]
Father: Cornelius Ferdinand NEAL
Mother: Amanda MORGAN



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 _Cornelius Ferdinand NEAL _|
| (1856 - ....) m 1883      |
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|--Cornelius NEAL 
|  (1900 - ....)
|                                                          _David MORGAN _______+
|                                                         | (1780 - 1836) m 1806
|                            _William Pierce MORGAN ______|
|                           | (1826 - ....) m 1841        |
|                           |                             |_Mary ANDREWS _______+
|                           |                               (.... - 1868) m 1806
|_Amanda MORGAN ____________|
  (1850 - ....) m 1883      |
                            |                              _Nathan SANDERS _____+
                            |                             | (1792 - 1856) m 1810
                            |_Angeline Cassandra SANDERS _|
                              (1824 - ....) m 1841        |
                                                          |_Cynthia BENNETT ____
                                                            (1795 - 1879) m 1810

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