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Patience BERRY

ABT 1725 - ____

ID Number: I93664

  • RESIDENCE: King George Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1725
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2488]
Father: Enoch BERRY Sr.
Mother: Dulcabella BUNBURY


Notes


2 Patience Berry b: abt. 1725 + John Ingram , Jr.

                                             _Henry BERRY ________+
                                            | (1635 - 1677) m 1649
                       _William BERRY ______|
                      | (1650 - 1721) m 1685|
                      |                     |_Ann SAUNDERS? ______
                      |                       (1635 - 1670) m 1649
 _Enoch BERRY Sr._____|
| (1703 - 1763) m 1726|
|                     |                      _Enoch DOUGHTY ______+
|                     |                     | (1638 - 1677)       
|                     |_Margaret DOUGHTY ___|
|                       (1670 - 1719) m 1685|
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Patience BERRY 
|  (1725 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Dulcabella BUNBURY _|
  (1705 - 1763) m 1726|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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ROBERT BERTIE 13th Baron of Eresby

ABT 1550 - ABT 1642

ID Number: I54968

  • OCCUPATION: Lord Great Chamberlain
  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1550
  • DEATH: ABT 1642
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2002]
Father: RICHARD BERTIE
Mother: KATHERINE WILLOUGHBY 11th Baroness of Eresby


Notes


"He inherited the office of Lord Great Chamberlain. Further prestige came when he was created Earl of Lindsay by Charles I. During the Civil War the family firmly supported the Royalist cause. In October 1642 Lindsay was appointed General of the Royal Army. In that month two of his sons were killed at the Battle of Edge Hill, he was wounded and died shortly afterwards. Another son, Montague, was one of the peers who attended the burial of the King after his execution."




                                                                                          __
                                                                                         |  
                                                _________________________________________|
                                               |                                         |
                                               |                                         |__
                                               |                                            
 _RICHARD BERTIE ______________________________|
| (1520 - ....)                                |
|                                              |                                          __
|                                              |                                         |  
|                                              |_________________________________________|
|                                                                                        |
|                                                                                        |__
|                                                                                           
|
|--ROBERT BERTIE 13th Baron of Eresby
|  (1550 - 1642)
|                                                                                         __
|                                                                                        |  
|                                               _WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY 10th Baron of Eresby_|
|                                              | (1500 - 1526)                           |
|                                              |                                         |__
|                                              |                                            
|_KATHERINE WILLOUGHBY 11th Baroness of Eresby_|
  (1520 - ....)                                |
                                               |                                          __
                                               |                                         |  
                                               |_MARIA de SALINAS _______________________|
                                                 (1500 - ....)                           |
                                                                                         |__
                                                                                            

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James Thomas BONNER

16 May 1806 - ABT 1863

ID Number: I1241

  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A.Died In Rock Island, IL Union Prison.
  • RESIDENCE: Morgan Co.GA and Fayette Co. AL
  • BIRTH: 16 May 1806
  • DEATH: ABT 1863, Union Prison, Rock Island, IL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S48] [S49]
Father: Thomas BONNER
Mother: Elizabeth DUKE


Family 1 : Nancy APPLEWHITE

Notes


Died at Rock Island, Illinois, during the Civil War as a Confederate prisoner. He had enlisted from Fayette County, Alabama.


NOV 2003 (KRT) ROCK ISLAND, Ill. A bagpiper played "Amazing Grace" and the bugler played "Taps." Then a group that gathered here to honor the war dead sang the song known as "Dixie."


On a gray, damp Sunday morning punctuated by bright flashes of the Confederate flag, visitors to the Rock Island National Cemetery saw the dedication of its first monument to 1,950 Southern soldiers buried on Arsenal Island.


"I feel it is something that has been long overdue," said Loretta Finnegan, a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and a coordinator of the event. "This is not about hatred or bigotry or politics or anything like that. It's about honoring soldiers, who died lonely and sick after defending their homes. They never even knew who won the war."


The honored dead were among more than 12,000 Confederate prisoners held during the Civil War in the Rock Island Prison Barracks, which opened 140 years ago last month. Many died of smallpox brought to the prison by the first soldiers to be incarcerated there. Pneumonia and dysentery were common.


Conditions in the barracks were brutal. Shivering through harsh winter weather, sleeping three to a bunk in shifts and eating rations that were minimal at best, imprisoned soldiers found life could hinge on the mere possession of a wool blanket, a speaker at the dedication event said. The disease-ridden facility averaged nearly a hundred deaths a month during its two years of operation.


The Confederate graves are maintained by the National Cemetery Administration, but they are located a half-mile down the road on Arsenal Island from the huge, more popular U.S. national cemetery. Buried at the larger facility are more than 20,000 U.S. military personnel - and some immediate family members - from the Union Army in the Civil War to the most recent veterans.


"We have ceremonies there all the time, but this is the first time we've ever had anything like (the dedication of a monument) in our Confederate cemetery," said Richard C. Anderson, director of the Rock Island National Cemetery facilities. "Sometimes you get people who want to make an issue of things, and there's been controversy over the flag and other things, but I thought this went off well. We're not into rewriting history here."


Finnegan and the Chicago area chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, whose members are descendants of the Confederate army, navy or civil service, spent three years raising funds for the 6-foot-high engraved granite memorial to the dead soldiers, and saw the project through considerable federal bureaucracy.


"We started our chapter three years ago and, from the start, our goal was to have some sort of memorial erected at this cemetery," she said. "That's all this was about."


The Rock Island cemeteries are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and maintained by the Department of Veterans Affairs' cemetery administration.


The regulations are strict - and identical - for both cemeteries. They govern details ranging from the types of plants that can be left at the individual, uniform headstones to forbidding anything "degrading to the country." The U.S. flag flies from the main pole at both cemeteries, and all other flags - American or otherwise - are forbidden except on Memorial Day weekend and at special, one-time ceremonies approved in advance.


"We could only carry the Confederate flag at our event and we were allowed to drape flags over graves, but I was fine with that," said Finnegan, a native of North Carolina who says her great-great grandfather and three of his brothers fought for the South.


The Daughters of the Confederacy submitted the monument's design and inscription to Anderson for approval. He says he forwarded it to the Veterans Affairs' general counsel.


"This is more than we'd ordinarily do before approving a group's plans," Anderson said. "I did it because we'd never had a Confederate ceremony before, and I wanted to be sure of everything, but, as far as we're concerned, the group that did it is a perfectly viable organization with a solid charter."


The monument's wording reads: "In memory of the Confederate veterans who died at the Rock Island Confederate Prison Camp. May they never be forgotten. Let no man asperse the memory of our sacred dead. They were men who died for a cause they believed was worth fighting for and made the ultimate sacrifice. Erected by The Seven Confederate Knights' Chapter 2625 (of) United Daughters of The Confederacy."


Though he had never overseen a Confederate ceremony, Anderson said he urged the UDC chapter to be as inclusive as they could with the inscription. He also had the entire ceremony videotaped. "It's for our archives, because it was so rare at Rock Island," he said. "I thought it went off really well."


The turnout for the Arsenal Island ceremony was small, but Finnegan almost seemed relieved over this, noting that displaying the Confederate flag remains a controversial issue. The NAACP boycotts the state of South Carolina for flying the flag over its capitol. Georgia's incorporation of the flag into its state banner was a major issue in its last gubernatorial election.


An honor guard of Civil War re-enactors fired three volleys from "black powder," Civil War-period guns during the ceremony. In a speech, Gary Corlew of the Sons of Confederate Veterans likened groups such as his "involved in a great cultural war" to preserve history.


Terry Henson, an airline mechanic from Indianapolis, learned of the ceremony through an Internet posting and couldn't resist attending. His great-great-greatgrandfather, Silas M. Moseley, is buried on the island and he had never visited the grave. Henson, a Civil War history buff, said the Illinois facility is different from others he has visited.


"Here, you've got individually marked graves," Henson said, "and that, for me, made this a very emotional day. In other cemeteries I've visited, there were mass graves because all the bodies were just dumped together, or whatever."


Anderson said the Arsenal Island facility draws history buffs and occasionally curious relatives interested in genealogy.


"You can't help but be moved by seeing 1,950 graves one after another, side by side," Anderson said. "As you read the history, you learn more and gain a lot of respect for the dead."



                                             _Henry BONNER IV_____+
                                            | (.... - 1766)       
                       _Thomas BONNER ______|
                      | (1744 - 1804) m 1767|
                      |                     |_Sarah LUTEN ________
                      |                       (1710 - 1750)       
 _Thomas BONNER ______|
| (1779 - 1860)       |
|                     |                      _John JONES _________+
|                     |                     | (1720 - ....)       
|                     |_Margaret JONES _____|
|                       (1750 - 1804) m 1767|
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--James Thomas BONNER 
|  (1806 - 1863)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _Edmund DUKE Sr._____|
|                     | (1760 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Elizabeth DUKE _____|
  (1786 - ....)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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[S49]


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CURAN

ABT 1660 - ____

ID Number: I29764

  • RESIDENCE: Essex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1660
  • RESOURCES: See: [S506]

Family 1 : BURNETT
  1.  Mary CURAN

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Susannah FIELDS

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I70889

  • RESIDENCE: Cherokee Indian Nation
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1882] [S2706]

Family 1 : Joseph MARTIN
  1. +Nancy "Nannie" MARTIN
  2.  Sabra MARTIN

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[S1882]

[S2706]


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James LEFTWICH

ABT 1770 - ABT 1806

ID Number: I45685

Father: William LEFTWICH Gent.
Mother: Elizabeth "Betsy" HAYNES


Notes


Marriage 1 Matilda CALLAWAY Married: 22 Nov 1797 [S2761]

                                                      _Thomas LEFTWICH Sr._+
                                                     | (1660 - 1730) m 1706
                             _Augustine LEFTWICH Sr._|
                            | (1715 - 1795) m 1736   |
                            |                        |_Mary NORTH _________+
                            |                          (1680 - 1730) m 1706
 _William LEFTWICH Gent.____|
| (1737 - 1820) m 1757      |
|                           |                         _Richard MOXLEY _____
|                           |                        | (1700 - ....)       
|                           |_Mary MOXLEY ___________|
|                             (1720 - 1777) m 1736   |
|                                                    |_____________________
|                                                                          
|
|--James LEFTWICH 
|  (1770 - 1806)
|                                                     _John HAYNES ________+
|                                                    | (1670 - ....)       
|                            _William HAYNES ________|
|                           | (1710 - ....) m 1734   |
|                           |                        |_____________________
|                           |                                              
|_Elizabeth "Betsy" HAYNES _|
  (1737 - 1819) m 1757      |
                            |                         _____________________
                            |                        |                     
                            |_Elizabeth MILLINER? ___|
                              (1720 - 1780) m 1734   |
                                                     |_____________________
                                                                           

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[S1639]

[S2273]

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John LIPSCOMB

31 Oct 1761 - 27 Oct 1827

ID Number: I77743

  • RESIDENCE: Louisa Co. VA and Spartanburg Dist. SC
  • BIRTH: 31 Oct 1761, Louisa Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 27 Oct 1827, Spartanburg, South Carolina
  • BURIAL: Lipscomb Cemeter, Gaffney, Cherokee, South Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: SJ3Z-1D)
Father: William LIPSCOMB
Mother: Elizabeth SMITH


Family 1 : Sarah SMITH

Notes


Marriage(s):
Spouse: Sarah SMITH (AFN: SJ3Z-2K) Marriage: 18 Dec 1783 Louisa, Va
Spouse: Sarah Or Sally SMITH (AFN: XS4P-13) Marriage: 18 Dec 1783 Louisa, Va


                                                   _William LIPSCOMB ___________+
                                                  | (1670 - ....)               
                       _Thomas LIPSCOMB I_________|
                      | (1705 - 1770)             |
                      |                           |_Mary SWAN __________________
                      |                             (1680 - ....)               
 _William LIPSCOMB ___|
| (1731 - 1810) m 1752|
|                     |                            _Thomas McGEHEE (MACGREGOR) _+
|                     |                           | (1658 - 1727) m 1670        
|                     |_Sarah MCGEHEE (MACGEHEE) _|
|                       (1709 - ....)             |
|                                                 |_Ann BAYTOP OR BASTROP ______+
|                                                   (1655 - ....) m 1670        
|
|--John LIPSCOMB 
|  (1761 - 1827)
|                                                  _____________________________
|                                                 |                             
|                      _David SMITH ______________|
|                     | (1710 - ....)             |
|                     |                           |_____________________________
|                     |                                                         
|_Elizabeth SMITH ____|
  (1736 - 1830) m 1752|
                      |                            _____________________________
                      |                           |                             
                      |_Elizabeth A. RAGLAND _____|
                        (1710 - ....)             |
                                                  |_____________________________
                                                                                

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Randy METCALF


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Nancy PAYNE

1789 - ____

ID Number: I31310

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA and Barren Co.. KY
  • BIRTH: 1789, Virginia
  • DEATH: Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S624] [S3653]

Family 1 : Robert HARRISON
  1. +Reuben H. HARRISON

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Margaret PORTER

ABT 1770 - ABT 1821

ID Number: I58289

  • RESIDENCE: Montgomery became Wythe Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1770
  • DEATH: ABT 1821
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1861]
Father: Robert PORTER
Mother: Margaret LINDSAY



                                             _(RESEARCH QUERY) PORTER of Maryland_
                                            |                                     
                       _Andrew PORTER ______|
                      | (1720 - 1789) m 1738|
                      |                     |_____________________________________
                      |                                                           
 _Robert PORTER ______|
| (1739 - 1781) m 1764|
|                     |                      _Alexander EWING "the Immigrant"_____+
|                     |                     | (1678 - 1738)                       
|                     |_Eleanor EWING ______|
|                       (1721 - 1740) m 1738|
|                                           |_Rebeckah____________________________
|                                             (1680 - 1750)                       
|
|--Margaret PORTER 
|  (1770 - 1821)
|                                            _____________________________________
|                                           |                                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________________________
|                     |                                                           
|_Margaret LINDSAY ___|
  (1745 - 1811) m 1764|
                      |                      _____________________________________
                      |                     |                                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________________________
                                                                                  

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Sallie PRIDGEN


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William RANDLE

22 Sep 1716 - BEF 22 Apr 1771

ID Number: I68460

  • RESIDENCE: King William; Brunswick Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 22 Sep 1716, King William Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: BEF 22 Apr 1771, Brunswick Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S605]
Father: John RANDLE III
Mother: Mary JOHNS


Notes


"DEEDS: 03 Jan 1744. Deed Book 2, page 518. John Wray of the County of Brunswick to William RANDLE of the same, for 23 pounds ten shillings a tract of land in St. Andrews Parish in Brunswick County on Meherrin River. Wit: John RANDLE and John Yarborough.


Will of William RANDLE Brunswick County, Virginia, Will Book 4, page 67: In the name of God Amen, I William RANDLE, Sen. of the Brunswick County, in Virginia, being in a weak state of body but in perfect sound sence and memory, calling to mind the uncertainty of Human life, do make and ordain this my last will and testament, revoking and disannulling all other will or wills heretofore made by me. In the first place I give and bequeath my Soul to God who gave it to me and my body to the earth, to be buried in a Christian like decent manner. IMPRIMIS my will and desire is that all my just debts shall be paid our of my estate.


Item. I give unto my son John RANDLE a negroe girl named Jane to him and his heirs and assigns forever.


Item. I give and bequeath to my son Coalby RANDLE ten shilling current money of Virginia.


Item. I give and bequeath to my Daughter Anne TILLMAN one negro boy named Cambridge, to her and her heirs forever.


Item. I give and bequeath to my son Barnett RANDLE one negro boy named Isaac, to him and his assigns forever.


Item. I give and bequeath to my Daughter Elizabeth RANDLE one negro girl named Violet to her and her heirs forever.


Item. I give and bequeath to my Daughter Susanna JACKSON ten shillings current money of Virginia.


Item. I give and bequeath to my daughter Amey (Oney) one negro boy named Abraham to him(her?) and his heirs forever.


Item. I lend to the only proper use of my well beloved wife, Anne RANDLE one negro winch named Abby during her life and at my beloved wife's decease my will and desire is that the said negro Abby may be then the property of my daughter AMEY and her heirs forever.


Item. I give and bequeath to my son John RANDLE all my lands on the north side of the branch known by the name of the Saw Scaffold Branch to him and his heirs forever.


Item. I give and bequeath to my son Barnett RANDLE the plantation whereon I now live with all the lands thereunto belonging on the south side of the Saw Scafford branch to him and his heirs forever.


Item. I give and bequeath to my son John RANDLE two cows and calves to him and his heirs,


Item. I give and bequeath to my daughter Anne TILLMAN two cows and calves,


Item. I lend to the use of my well beloved wife Anne RANDLE all the residue of my estate not heretofore mentioned be it of what quality or kind soever, after my just debts are satisfied and at her decease my desire is that it may be equally divided between my son Barnett, My daughter Elizabeth, and my daughter Aney, and I do appoint my well beloved wife and my son John RANDLE my whole and sole executors of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 19th day of October in the year of our Lord 1770.


William RANDLE {seal}


Signed, sealed and
acknowledged in presence of
Henry MUNGER
Benjamine (x) Wahesler [Wheeler, Sr.]
Randle (x) WOOSLEY


At a court held for Brunswick county the 22nd day of April 1771, this will was presented in court by John RANDLE, one of the Executors therein named who made oath thereto according to law the same being proved by the oaths of Henry MOUNGER, Benjamine WHEALER, and Rendle WOOLSEY his securities entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of one thousand pounds with condition as the law directs, certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form and liberty is reserved the Executrix therein named to sign in the probate when she shall think proper.
Teste: P. Pelham, Cl. Cou.
Copy test: W. E. Elmore, Clerk.


Brunswick Co, VA Court Order Books [Transcribed by Kay Oatas]: 22 Apr 1771 11:346
The last Will and Testament of William Randle deceased was proved according to law by the Oaths of Henry Mounger, Benjamin Wheeler Sen. and Randle Woolsey Witnesses thereto and is Ordered to be Recorded. And on the motion of John Randle one of the Executors therein named who made Oath thereto and entered into Bond as the law directs with Joseph Phips and John Woolsey his Securities certificate is granted him for obtaining a probat thereof in due form and liberty reserved the other Executor therein named to joyn in the said probat when she shall think fit within the limits of the law.


Ordered that Patrick Hale, William Randle, Benjamin Warren and Benjamin Wheeler or any three or more of them do appraise in Current Money the Slaves and personal Estate of William Randle deceased and return the appraisement to the Court~~~


2 Jul 1771
Monday the 2nd day of July in the eleventh year...11:371 An account of the Inventory of the Estate of William Randle deceased was this day returned and is ordered to be recorded."


Children:
2 Amey\Oney\Aney RANDLE
2 Elizabeth RANDLE + John LIGHTFOOT
2 Richard (Richmond) RANDLE + Mary UNKNOWN
2 Susannah RANDLE + Peter (?) JACKSON
2 Anne RANDLE b: BET 1740 AND 1745 + Richard TILLMAN b: ABT 1727 d: ABT 1800
2 John RANDLE b: ABT 1745 d: 8 MAY 1821 + Mary (Molly) WARE d: 13 MAY 1814
2 Colby RANDLE b: BET 1746 AND 1749 d: 1804 + UNKNOWN
2 Barnett RANDLE b: ABT 1750 d: 1781 + Mary UNKNOWN [S605]


                                                           _John RANDLE I. "The Immigrant"_
                                                          | (1595 - ....)                  
                       _John RANDLE II____________________|
                      | (1640 - ....)                     |
                      |                                   |________________________________
                      |                                                                    
 _John RANDLE III_____|
| (1678 - 1753) m 1699|
|                     |                                    ________________________________
|                     |                                   |                                
|                     |___________________________________|
|                                                         |
|                                                         |________________________________
|                                                                                          
|
|--William RANDLE 
|  (1716 - 1771)
|                                                          _Richard JOHNS Sr.______________+
|                                                         | (1585 - ....)                  
|                      _Richard JOHNS Jr. "the Immigrant"_|
|                     | (1640 - 1703)                     |
|                     |                                   |________________________________
|                     |                                                                    
|_Mary JOHNS _________|
  (1678 - 1781) m 1699|
                      |                                    _John FOX "the Immigrant"_______+
                      |                                   | (1626 - 1682)                  
                      |_Jane FOX _________________________|
                        (1648 - 1704)                     |
                                                          |_Anne___________________________
                                                            (1620 - ....)                  

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John WALLER

ABT 1732 - 31 Dec 1784

ID Number: I104250

  • RESIDENCE: Stafford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1732, Stafford Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 31 Dec 1784, Stafford Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3008]
Father: William WALLER III
Mother: Sarah ALLEN


Family 1 : Mary MATHEWS

Notes


Their son John (1732-1784) had three sons, Edward (1755-1794), John (1758-1823), and Dr. Thomas (1774-1823). The thread on Edward and John can be picked up i n Bourbon County Kentucky. Dr. Thomas initially went to Bourbon County, Kentucky and subsequently relocated in Portsmouth, Ohio. (Generation, Stafford-3,cont.)


Children:
1. DescendantsWilliam WALLER b. 4 DEC 1751
2. Sarah WALLER b. 12 JUN 1753 in Stafford, VA
3. DescendantsJohn WALLER b. 27 DEC 1753 in Stafford County, VA
4. DescendantsEdward WALLER b. 10 DEC 1755 in Stafford County, VA
5. DescendantsElizabeth WALLER b. ABT 1760
6. DescendantsSuzanna WALLER b. ABT 1762
7. DescendantsHanna WALLER b. ABT 1764
8. DescendantsThomas WALLER b. 14 SEP 1774



                                             _William WALLER I "the Immigrant"_+
                                            | (1643 - 1690) m 1660             
                       _William WALLER II___|
                      | (1666 - 1703)       |
                      |                     |_Mary Jane ALLEN _________________
                      |                       (1634 - ....) m 1660             
 _William WALLER III__|
| (1699 - 1775) m 1727|
|                     |                      _George ALLEN ____________________+
|                     |                     | (1654 - ....)                    
|                     |_Elizabeth ALLEN ____|
|                       (1677 - ....)       |
|                                           |_Jane HACKNEY ____________________
|                                             (1658 - ....)                    
|
|--John WALLER 
|  (1732 - 1784)
|                                            _George ALLEN ____________________+
|                                           | (1654 - ....)                    
|                      _William ALLEN ______|
|                     | (1675 - 1741)       |
|                     |                     |_Jane HACKNEY ____________________
|                     |                       (1658 - ....)                    
|_Sarah ALLEN ________|
  (1704 - ....) m 1727|
                      |                      __________________________________
                      |                     |                                  
                      |_Margaret____________|
                        (1680 - ....)       |
                                            |__________________________________
                                                                               

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