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Rebecca Parke Farley CORBIN

ABT 1792 - ____

ID Number: I98221

  • RESIDENCE: K and Q Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1792
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2128] [S3008]
Father: Richard CORBIN of Farley Vale
Mother: Rebecca FARLEY


Notes


Rebecca Parke Farley CORBIN b: ABT. 1792 + William N WELLFORD b: ABT. 1792 + John FAUNTLEROY b: 16 NOV 1799 d: 22 SEP 1844

                                                                   _Richard CORBIN of Lanesville_+
                                                                  | (1714 - 1790) m 1737         
                                 _John Taylor CORBIN of Laneville_|
                                | (1739 - 1790) m 1772            |
                                |                                 |_Elizabeth "Betty" TAYLOE ____+
                                |                                   (1721 - 1760) m 1737         
 _Richard CORBIN of Farley Vale_|
| (1766 - 1819) m 1791          |
|                               |                                  _Benjamin WALLER Judge________+
|                               |                                 | (1716 - 1786) m 1746         
|                               |_Maria "Molly" WALLER ___________|
|                                 (1752 - 1787) m 1772            |
|                                                                 |_Martha HALL _________________+
|                                                                   (1728 - 1780) m 1746         
|
|--Rebecca Parke Farley CORBIN 
|  (1792 - ....)
|                                                                  ______________________________
|                                                                 |                              
|                                _________________________________|
|                               |                                 |
|                               |                                 |______________________________
|                               |                                                                
|_Rebecca FARLEY _______________|
  (1777 - 1822) m 1791          |
                                |                                  ______________________________
                                |                                 |                              
                                |_________________________________|
                                                                  |
                                                                  |______________________________
                                                                                                 

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[S3008]


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JOHN NEVILLE 4th Lord Latymer

____ - 22 Apr 1577

ID Number: I94900

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • DEATH: 22 Apr 1577
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3522]
Father: JOHN NEVILLE 3rd Lord Latymer
Mother: DOROTHY de VERE


Family 1 : LUCY SOMERSET
  1. +DOROTHY NEVILL
  2. +KATHERINE NEVILLE

Notes


1) John Nevill, 4th Lord Latymer (d 22.04.1577) m. Lucy Somerset (b c1523, d 22.02.1582, dau of Henry Somerset, 2nd Earl of Worcester)


                                                                       _HENRY NEVILLE Knt. of Latimer_+
                                                                      | (1437 - 1469) m 1463          
                                 _RICHARD de NEVILLE 2nd Lord Latimer_|
                                | (1468 - 1530) m 1490                |
                                |                                     |_JOAN BOURCHIER _______________+
                                |                                       (1440 - ....) m 1463          
 _JOHN NEVILLE 3rd Lord Latymer_|
| (1493 - 1542)                 |
|                               |                                      _HUMPHREY STAFFORD of Grafton__+
|                               |                                     | (1427 - 1486) m 1452          
|                               |_ANNE STAFFORD of Grafton____________|
|                                 (1471 - 1500) m 1490                |
|                                                                     |_CATHERINE FRAY _______________+
|                                                                       (1437 - 1482) m 1452          
|
|--JOHN NEVILLE 4th Lord Latymer
|  (.... - 1577)
|                                                                      _______________________________
|                                                                     |                               
|                                _GEORGE de VERE _____________________|
|                               |                                     |
|                               |                                     |_______________________________
|                               |                                                                     
|_DOROTHY de VERE ______________|
  (.... - 1526)                 |
                                |                                      _______________________________
                                |                                     |                               
                                |_____________________________________|
                                                                      |
                                                                      |_______________________________
                                                                                                      

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Richard L. RAYMOND

27 Oct 1842 - 23 Mar 1928

ID Number: I84729

  • RESIDENCE: Nicholas Co. KY and Clay Co. MO
  • BIRTH: 27 Oct 1842, Nicholas Co. Kentucky
  • DEATH: 23 Mar 1928, Clay Co. Missouri
  • BURIAL: Fairview Cemetery, Clay Co. Missouri
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3141]
Father: John M. RAYMOND
Mother: Sarah GRIFFITH


Family 1 : Martha Rebecca WILSON
  1.  Martha Roy RAYMOND

Notes


Children:
2 Katherine G. RAYMOND b: 2 OCT 1869 d: 11 MAR 1943
2 Irene RAYMOND b: 24 DEC 1875 d: 20 JAN 1963
2 Martha Roy RAYMOND b: 28 DEC 1879 d: 29 MAY 1944 + James Edwin LINCOLN b: 1 JUN 1879 d: 20 OCT 1935

                          __
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 _John M. RAYMOND ____|
| (1820 - 1863)       |
|                     |   __
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|                        |
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|                           
|
|--Richard L. RAYMOND 
|  (1842 - 1928)
|                         __
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|                      __|
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|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Sarah GRIFFITH _____|
  (1820 - ....)       |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
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RICHARD le SCROPE Archbishop of York

ABT 1350 - 19 May 1405

ID Number: I59525

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1350
  • DEATH: 19 May 1405, executed at York by Henry IV
  • BURIAL: Lady Chapel, York Minster, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2193]
Father: HENRY le SCROPE 1st Lord Scrope of Masham


Notes


"Richard le Scrope of Masham, Archbishop of York was born around 1350 and was the fourth son of Henry 1st Lord Scrope of Masham. In November 1375 he became an official of Bishop Arundel at Ely and in 1376 warden of the free chapel in Tickhill Castle, then held by John of Gaunt. He was ordained a Priest in March 1377 and is said to have held a canonary at York. The following year he became chancellor of Cambridge University and in 1382 he went to Rome and was appointed as the Dean of Chichester but was later removed by King Richard II in favour of his confessor, Thomas Rushook.


In 1386 Pope Urban VI promoted him by bull at Genoa and he was appointed Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. In August 1387 the ceremony was carried out and he was installed in the presence of Richard II. The following year Scrope travelled to Rome to seek the Pope's consent for King Richard's pet project of canonising Edward II and on his return Richard spent the winter with him at Lichfield on his way to the Shrewsbury Parliament. Richard le Scrope remained a favourite of the King and on the death of Robert Waldby, Archbishop of York in 1398 King Richard ignored the choice of the Chapter and at his request the Pope gave permission for Scrope to take the post.


When Bolingbroke took the throne from Richard II, Archbishop Scrope joined the Archbishop of Canterbury in the enthroning of the new King. His loyalty it seems was shaken though by the discontent of the Percy family who were great benefactors of his Cathedral in York. There is no evidence to indicate that Scrope was anti-Lancastrian although he is mentioned in Shakespeare's Henry IV as appearing to be. The archbishop took great exceptions to Henry IV's charges on the church and although not the instigator of the armed uprising against the king, he was one of the leaders, albeit with a background role. The archbishop was caught in May 1405 at the head of six thousand men at Shipton Moor, near York, by the King's army headed by Ralph Neville, 1st earl Westmoreland and immediately entered negotiations. All seemed to be going well, with the Archbishop, Westmoreland, and the two parties enjoying a drink together in front of their men. Once the archbishop's followers had dispersed, Westmoreland laid his hand on Scrope's shoulder and formally arrested him."


[S2193]


                                                                                      _WILLIAM le SCROPE Knt._+
                                                                                     | (1250 - 1312)          
                                             _GEOFFREY le SCROPE Knt. of Masham K.B._|
                                            | (1278 - 1340) m 1311                   |
                                            |                                        |_CONSTANCE de NEWSOM ___+
                                            |                                          (1253 - ....)          
 _HENRY le SCROPE 1st Lord Scrope of Masham_|
| (1312 - 1391)                             |
|                                           |                                         _WILLIAM de ROS ________+
|                                           |                                        | (1244 - 1310)          
|                                           |_IVETTE (Juetta) de ROS ________________|
|                                             (1290 - 1331) m 1311                   |
|                                                                                    |_EUSTACHE FITZ HUGH ____+
|                                                                                      (1220 - ....)          
|
|--RICHARD le SCROPE Archbishop of York
|  (1350 - 1405)
|                                                                                     ________________________
|                                                                                    |                        
|                                            ________________________________________|
|                                           |                                        |
|                                           |                                        |________________________
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|___________________________________________|
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                                            |                                         ________________________
                                            |                                        |                        
                                            |________________________________________|
                                                                                     |
                                                                                     |________________________
                                                                                                              

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Richard TYNER Sr.

ABT 1740 - 1824

ID Number: I31383

  • RESIDENCE: Elbert Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740, Probably Chowan Co.North Carolina
  • DEATH: 1824, Elbert Co. Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: Will notes [S538] [S1851] [S1852] [S1853] [S1908]

Family 1 : Abigail (Abby)
  1.  Samuel TYNER
  2.  Mary TYNER
  3. +Tamar TYNER
  4.  Joshua TYNER
  5. +Harris TYNER
  6.  Noah TYNER
  7.   TYNER
  8.   TYNER
Family 2 : Sookie DOUGHERTY
  1. +Elizabeth TYNER
  2.  Frances TYNER
  3.  Abigail TYNER
  4.  Richard TYNER Jr.
  5.  Agnes TYNER
  6.  Martha B. TYNER
  7.  Charity TYNER

Notes


All the children on this card are mentioned in Richard's will, called my children, some of them may be grandchildren, no wife is listed, but he likely had more than one wife. Research is required to determine exact relationships.


28 Jul 1784: This day His Honor the Governor signed the following grants in council - viz, WILKES COUNTY; Richard Tyner - 300 acres; William Moss - 600 acres.


Will of Richard Tyner 13 Sep 1824 Elbert County, GA, Will Book "M" page 338, 339 Elbert County Georgia, WILL OF RICHARD TINER 1824:
To all whom these presents Shall Come be it known and I hereby declare and Make Known In the name of Almighty God that I Richard Tyner Sr. of the State of Georgia and County of Elbert being Very Sick and weak but in the right use of my reason and Well Knowing that it is appointed for all men to die in order to arrange my affairs as far as in my power lies I make this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking and Setting aside all other Wills that I heretofore may have made first I give my soul to the Almighty author of my existence and recommend that my body be buried in the Christian form by my relations and executors. And as touching my estate wherewith it has pleased god to bless me I give bequeath and demise the same in the following manner
to my daughter Abigail Cridendon one dollar and no more
to my son Richard Tyner Jnr I give and bequeath the land whereon I now live which
contains parts of different Surveys also an equal part with the rest of my children of the part to be divided
to my son Harris Tyner I give and bequeath my best bed and furniture and also equal part with the rest of my children of the property that is to be divided
to my Grand Daughter Nancy Tyner I give and bequeath one of my colts for her to make choice.
My children herein after named that is Samuel Tyner or his heirs Mary Ryley
Tamer Hunt Joshua Tyner Frances McGuire Noah Tyner or his heirs
Elizabeth Boatright Agnes Crump Martha Bird Richard Tyner Harris Tyner
and the Children of Charity Bird is to have an equal part of my negroes________a woman Peter and Daniel men and _______a girl stock of Every Kind with my crop that may be ________ and my furniture not already given. I will and request that the whole of the Same be sold by my executors in they way that their judgements say will be the best for the interest of my children herein after named say Samuel Tyner or his heirs Mary Ryley Tamer Hunt Joshua Tyner Frances McGuire Noah Tyner or his heirs Elizabeth Boatright Agnes Crump Martha Bird Richard Tyner Harris Tyner and the children of Charity Bird and after the payment of my just debts that the proceeds of the property to wit Negroes stocks of every Kind
my crop and the furniture be by my Executors equally divided between my children just above named or their heirs.
I appoint my friends William Baily Isham Fiasby & Thomas A Banks my Executors and having Carefully Considered all the different Counts in this my will I am__________therewith and Confirm the same and in Witness thereof I have here unto set my hand seal this thirteenth day of September 1824 - Signed sealed and acknowledged in presence of us
Lauchlen McClurry Richard (X) Tyner
James Adams His mark
Nancy (X) Tyner
Her mark


Georgia : Court of Ordinary Sovernity
Elbert County : Term 1824 Personally appeared in open court James Adams and being duly sworn saith that he say Richard Tyner sign seal & publish the within instrument as his last will and Testament & that he signed the same as a witness in his presence that the said Lauchlen McCurry & Nancy Tyner sign the same also as witnesses in his presence that he was then of sound & disposing mind sworn to & subscribed this 11 Nov 1824
James Adams
Filed John Weston C, C, O, Whereupon it was order to be Recorded the 10 November 1824 John Weston, C,C,O,


Estate Returns for Elbert Co., Ga. 1824, pg 33: Richard Tyner: shows receipts of Robt. Crump, Nancy Tyner, Harris Tyner, Thompson McGuire and Moses Hunt in right of his wife Tamar in part of their legacies pg 153 Returns of 1825 show receipts of Wm Boatright in right of his wife, Eliz, of John Bird in right of his wife, Martha B., and Elijah Bird, gdn (guardian) of Sarah, Martha, Nancy, and Mary Bird, orphans of Billings B. Bird and Charity Bird. Also receipts of David Dolbs, atty, for Richard Tyner for fees for acting as atty, and expenses in establishing the claim and collecting money which was appropriated to said Tyner for a Revolutionary claim for property lost in the war between the U. S. and Great Brittian. William Bailey and Isham Teasley, Excrs.


"Richard Tyner Family are well known in Elbert Co. history due to the massacre of his family by the Creek Indians and his daughters being taken captives in the late 1700's."


LDS Conflict in spouses:
Spouse:Tamer HILLYARD (AFN: 222K-K8B) Marriage: 1 Jan 1772 Goochland, Va
Spouse: Mrs. Richard TYNER (AFN: 222K-H0B) Marriage: Abt 1779 Of Elbert, Ga

[S538]

Sources

[S538]

[S1851]

[S1852]

[S1853]

[S1908]

[S538]

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