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Lydia CASSELS OR CASTLES

18 Oct 1745 - 1806

ID Number: I75052

  • RESIDENCE: Sumter and Darlington Co. SC
  • BIRTH: 18 Oct 1745, of Sumter Co. South Carolina
  • DEATH: 1806
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: KDJR-Z7) [S1631] [S3614]

Family 1 : Elias DUBOSE Sr.
  1.  Ezekiel DUBOSE
  2.  Martha DUBOSE
  3.  Mary DUBOSE
  4. +Isaiah DUBOSE

Notes


Aka: Capers [S3614]

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[S3614]

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Mary C. HODGES

1842 - AFT 1850

ID Number: I27073

  • RESIDENCE: on 1850 Census Sevirer Co. TN
  • BIRTH: 1842, TN
  • DEATH: AFT 1850
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1042]
Father: Edmond HODGES Jr.
Mother: Mary C. COWAN



                                                    _Isham HODGES Sr.__________________+
                                                   | (1750 - 1798)                     
                       _Edmond (Edmund) HODGES Sr._|
                      | (1776 - 1841) m 1797       |
                      |                            |_Mary______________________________
                      |                              (.... - 1806)                     
 _Edmond HODGES Jr.___|
| (1806 - 1862)       |
|                     |                             _Aaron PEARSON Sr._________________+
|                     |                            | (1736 - 1808)                     
|                     |_Sarah PEARSON _____________|
|                       (1780 - 1823) m 1797       |
|                                                  |_Winifred SPEARS __________________
|                                                    (1754 - 1805)                     
|
|--Mary C. HODGES 
|  (1842 - 1850)
|                                                   _(RESEARCH QUERY) COWAN OR COWDEN _
|                                                  |                                   
|                      _William Harvey COWAN ______|
|                     | (1790 - ....)              |
|                     |                            |___________________________________
|                     |                                                                
|_Mary C. COWAN ______|
  (1813 - 1892)       |
                      |                             ___________________________________
                      |                            |                                   
                      |_Ellen TOLBERT _____________|
                        (1790 - ....)              |
                                                   |___________________________________
                                                                                       

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Martha HOSKINS

ABT 1681 - 1714

ID Number: I19836

  • RESIDENCE: Charles Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1681, Charles Co. Maryland
  • DEATH: 1714, Charles Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S651] [S2375] [S3152]
Father: Philip HOSKINS Esq. "the immigrant"
Mother: Anne MATTHEWS


Family 1 : Thomas STONE
  1.  Anne STONE
  2.  Thomas STONE
  3. +David STONE

[524112]
m. 1699 Edgefield, South Carolina


                                                                         ________________________________
                                                                        |                                
                                       _________________________________|
                                      |                                 |
                                      |                                 |________________________________
                                      |                                                                  
 _Philip HOSKINS Esq. "the immigrant"_|
| (1650 - 1718) m 1680                |
|                                     |                                  ________________________________
|                                     |                                 |                                
|                                     |_________________________________|
|                                                                       |
|                                                                       |________________________________
|                                                                                                        
|
|--Martha HOSKINS 
|  (1681 - 1714)
|                                                                        ________________________________
|                                                                       |                                
|                                      _Thomas MATTHEWS "the Immigrant"_|
|                                     | (1622 - 1676) m 1659            |
|                                     |                                 |________________________________
|                                     |                                                                  
|_Anne MATTHEWS ______________________|
  (1664 - 1718) m 1680                |
                                      |                                  _John COCKSHUTT "the Immigrant"_
                                      |                                 | (1609 - 1642) m 1629           
                                      |_Jane COCKSHUTT _________________|
                                        (1638 - 1699) m 1659            |
                                                                        |_Jane HICKS ____________________
                                                                          (1612 - 1662) m 1629           

Sources

[S651]

[S2375]

[S3152]

[S2375]


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Thomas HUNT

1730 - 1802

ID Number: I71731

  • OCCUPATION: Loyalist in the Rev War.
  • RESIDENCE: Bedford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1730
  • DEATH: 1802, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2738]

Family 1 :
  1. +Elsi HUNT

Notes


"BIOGRAPHY: This man, believed to be the Father of "the 14", lived and died in Bedford Co. (his land fell into Franklin Co. after the division of Bedford Co. in 1786, and when he sold it, he moved to his "town lots" in the town of Liberty, which later became Bedford City. I believe he had a son, Stephen, by a previous marriage, before he married Ann, the Mother of "the 14". This man was a Tory, and was forced to take the Oath of Allegiance. He was a peaceful member of a group of Tories who were prosecuted in Bedford during the Revolution. (See: Franklin Co., a Bicentennial History, 1786-1986, by Salmon)
Bill Hunt of Fairport, N.Y. and I are having an in-depth discussion of this man to date: June 1994. When we have agreed upon all of this, we will make it know to all who are interested. Since Thomas was a Loyalist, he still believed in the laws of Old England--and that of "primogeniture". Therefore, I believe Stephen inherited all of his worldly goods (which did not amount to much after the Revolution and his imprisonment). This depleted the old man's health and the younger children retreated to the frontier, taking the younger children with them and leaving their Father to the care of Stephen. Stephen administered his estate (no will) in Jan. 1802, in Bedford. They were thought to be Quakers, as Stephen's family is listed in Quaker records. Thomas has not been found in Quaker records, but, hopefully, may be at a later date. It is of note that ALL of his children bore Biblical names. (F.K.G. June 22, 1994) Is listed as "Dr. Thomas Hunt" in 1798 on Franklin Co., Va. Personal Property Tax List. May have had a brother, Dr. John Hunt, who is also listed for one year in Franklin Co. and died. His inventory and estate were administered by his wife, Elizabeth. --Notes by Felicia K. Gourdin to whom full credit for research is given." Kathleen A. Hunt lyngaas1@home.com WorldConnect Project.
Children:
2 Esli Hunt b: 10 JAN 1759 d: 8 MAY 1837 + Nancy Lacey b: ABT. 1760 + Hallie Agnes Cochran + Tama Moseley.
2 Jesse Hunt b: 29 JAN 1755
2 Joel Hunt b: 20 DEC 1763
2 John Hunt b: 30 JAN 1773
2 Uriah Hunt b: 3 MAR 1757
2 Mary Hunt b: 18 FEB 1761
2 Thomas Hunt b: 5 JUL 1762
2 Aseneth Hunt b: 15 SEP 1765
2 Peter Hunt b: 15 JAN 1768
2 Elizabeth Hunt b: 20 NOV 1769
2 Moses Hunt b: 29 MAR 1771
2 Benjamin Hunt b: 20 AUG 1774
2 Phoebe Hunt

[S2738]

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[S2738]

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Rev. Rowland JONES Jr."the Immigrant"

ABT 1644 - 23 Apr 1688

ID Number: I52277

  • TITLE: Rev.
  • OCCUPATION: bet 1674-1688 First rector Bruton Parish Ch, Williamsburg, VA
  • RESIDENCE: ENG & Bruton Parish, Williamsburg, VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1644, Swinbrook, Oxfordshire, England
  • DEATH: 23 Apr 1688, Williamsburg, Virginia
  • BURIAL: Churchyard, Bruton Parish, York, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S542] [S1242] [S2251] [S2283]
Father: Rowland JONES Sr.
Mother: Alice COLLIER


Family 1 : Elizabeth
  1. +Orlando JONES
Family 2 : Anne LANE
  1.  Anna Maria JONES

Notes


Will: 15 AUG 1687 Yorktown, VA, Probate: 13 DEC 1688 VA.
Marriage 2 Anne Rowland b: 1650 Married: Abt 1669 in Williamsburg, James City Co Virginia
Child: Robert Jones b: 1670 in Nansemond, Suffolk County, Virginia
Marriage 3 Elizabeth b: Abt 1653 in James City County, Virginia Married: 1674.
2 John Jones b: Abt 1674 d: 1697
2 William Jones b: 1677 d: 1719 in York County, Virginia, Orlando Jones Adm. Will
2 Orlando Jones b: 31 Dec 1681 d: 12 Jun 1719 + Martha Macon b: 1687 d: 4 May 1716



"In 1633, the Reverend Rowland Jones immigrated from England to the colony of Virginia. He had graduated from Oxford University and in Williamsburg served as minister of Bruton Parish for fourteen years. First rector of the newly formed Bruton Parish Church from 1674 until his death in 1688."
"Among the men of the Revolution who attended Bruton Parish Church were Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Richard Henry Lee, George Wythe, Patrick Henry, and George Mason. But the building's history, and that of its churchyard, goes back further in time.


Dating from 1715, the present structure is the third in a series of Anglican houses of worship that began in 1660. The first, which may or may not have been at or near the 18th-century site, was built, probably of wood, in the Old Fields at Middle Plantation, Williamsburg's name until the 66-year-old community was incorporated in 1699.


Formed from Middletown and Marston Parishes in 1674, Bruton Parish was about 10 miles square. It is named for Bruton, Somersetshire, in England, the home of then-Governor William Berkeley and Virginia secretary Thomas Ludwell. As late as 1724, the parish contained only 110 families.


In 1677 the vestry ordered that a church be built of brick on land donated by John Page on November 14. Page also donated 200. The contract was let in June 1681 and the building (72K image w/caption), which stood a few steps northwest of the 1715 church, was complete by November 29, 1683. Its buried foundations remain. The first rector, the Reverend Rowland Jones, dedicated the structure on January 6, 1684.


The church stood near the center of Williamsburg's original survey map drawn 15 years later. Its location suggested the church's importance to the colonial community's life, but the building was already in disrepair. On November 21, 1710, the vestry declared its condition ruinous and proposed construction of a third church. The vestry submitted a plan for one large enough to meet only the needs of parish residents and invited the colony's government to finance an enlargement to accommodate its officers and others who came to the capital when the General Assembly sat. The house approved a 200 grant December 5, 1710, to be financed from the taxes on liquor and slaves.


The Reverend James Blair, president of the College of William and Mary and Virginia's highest-ranking clergyman, approved construction on March 1, 1711. The same day, Governor Alexander Spotswood provided an architectural drawing of a cruciform design 75 feet long and 28 feet wide "in the clear," with two wings 22 feet wide and 19 feet long. Spotswood offered to underwrite 22 feet of the length and provide some or all of the bricks if the vestry would finance 53 feet and the assembly paid for the wings. His proposition was accepted. The contract was let to carpenter James Morris on November 17, 1711, the wings to be raised by John Tyler, builder of the Magazine.


Work began in 1712 with an October 15, 1714, deadline. The December 2, 1715, entry in the vestrybook says, "at length new Church is finished, or nearly so." The second church was demolished the same year.


Spotswood was provided with a canopied chair on a platform inside the rail opposite the raised pulpit with its overhanging sounding board. Parishioners sat in boxed pews, their walls providing privacy and protection from drafts. In the early years the sexes sat apart. A vestrybook entry for January 9, 1716, says: "Ordered that the Men sitt on the North side of the church, and the women on the left."


A succession of galleries was built for particular groups beneath the soaring ceiling. For example, on July 10, 1718, William and Mary students were assigned one that still stands. Exterior stairs were added for access to some of these railed, overhanging rows of benches. In 1744 the building was enlarged, and in 1752 the vestry voted to make the east end as long as the west, extending the chancel 25 feet to the east. The assembly paid for the work, and it was completed in 1755.


The north, east, and south gables are pierced by rosette windows, the north and south walls by tall arched and sashed windows. All were provided for ventilation as well as light.


In 1758, the church received a chalice, paten, and alms basin (33k image w/caption) from the old church at Jamestown.


Among the Williamsburg notables buried beneath the marble flagstones inside the church was Governor Francis Fauquier, one of the best loved of the colonial governors, who died in 1768.


The same year an English organ was installed. Gaolkeeper Peter Pelham was hired to play it for 25 a year, a position he held until about 1802. Pelham brought to church with him a prisoner from the Gaol, whose job it was to pump the instrument. The organ remained in service until 1835. The present organ, the church's fourth, was presented by John D. Rockefeller, Jr., in 1954.


In 1761 merchant James Tarpley presented the church with a bell. Bids for a steeple or belfry to house the bell were let on January 1, 1769. The vestry awarded a 410 contract for a brick tower surmounted by a wooden octagon and for miscellaneous repairs to Benjamin Powell that September 14. The addition can be seen from outside the church, as the steeple bricks have a darker color than the salmon-hued bricks of the rest of the church. Tarpley's bell is still in use.


In 1781 the church served as a storehouse or hospital, perhaps both, during the Battle of Yorktown. In 1799 a visitor noted that the church again was "much out of repair." The exterior stairs were removed in 1834, and in 1838 the vestry agreed to major remodeling. Begun in 1839 and finished the next year, the renovations made a coal bin of the lower tower, walled off the west end for a Sunday school, relocated the pulpit against that wall, and opened a door in the east end. On June 1, 1840, the town clock was installed in the steeple.


For a week after the May 5, 1862, Battle of Williamsburg, the church served as a Union hospital for Northern and Confederate soldiers.


The vestry ordered extensive repairs and modifications in 1886 and 1896. By turns the original pews were sawed shorter, then removed. Many of the marble floor slabs were removed in 1840 or in 1886, and a wooden floor was substituted. Some slabs were recovered when another restoration began in 1901 under the Reverend W. T. Roberts, but new ones had to be ordered for that restoration.


The Reverend Dr. W. A. R. Goodwin became rector in 1903 and took over the restoration. He raised funds to restore the church to close to its original form and obtained the services of New York architect J. Stewart Barney. Dedicated in 1907, the work cost $27,000.


Goodwin undertook another restoration in 1937 When his health failed the next year, Colonial Williamsburg helped the parish complete the project. The walls were found to be in danger of collapse. The church is owned by, and still serves, the three-centuries-old parish."
From: http://www.history.org/almanack/places/hb/hbbruch.htm



[S2251]


                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _Rowland JONES Sr.___|
| (1608 - 1685) m 1632|
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Rowland JONES Jr."the Immigrant"
|  (1644 - 1688)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Alice COLLIER ______|
  (1610 - ....) m 1632|
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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[S1242]

[S2251]

[S2283]

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Murray MCKENZIE


This person is presumed living.

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Patsey MOTLEY

ABT 1810 - ____

ID Number: I67815

  • RESIDENCE: Pittsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1810
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1906]
Father: Joseph MOTLEY
Mother: Mary Polly JONES



                                              _Joseph MOTLEY III_____________+
                                             | (1736 - 1806) m 1750          
                       _David James MOTLEY __|
                      | (1760 - 1826) m 1785 |
                      |                      |_Martha "Molly" ELLINGTON _____+
                      |                        (1733 - 1781) m 1750          
 _Joseph MOTLEY ______|
| (1794 - 1839)       |
|                     |                       _Philip PENDLETON _____________+
|                     |                      | (1747 - 1811) m 1766          
|                     |_Elizabeth PENDLETON _|
|                       (1766 - 1804) m 1785 |
|                                            |_Martha AWBREY ________________+
|                                              (1745 - 1805) m 1766          
|
|--Patsey MOTLEY 
|  (1810 - ....)
|                                             _(RESEARCH QUERY) of VA JONES _+
|                                            |                               
|                      _Elisha JONES ________|
|                     | (1760 - ....)        |
|                     |                      |_______________________________
|                     |                                                      
|_Mary Polly JONES ___|
  (1790 - 1862)       |
                      |                       _______________________________
                      |                      |                               
                      |_Jerusha FOWLKES _____|
                        (1760 - ....)        |
                                             |_______________________________
                                                                             

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Margaret ROWND

7 Feb 1876 - 17 Oct 1932

ID Number: I6287

  • RESIDENCE: St. Helena Parish & Montpelier, LA
  • BIRTH: 7 Feb 1876, St. Helena Parish, LA
  • DEATH: 17 Oct 1932, LA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S294] [S449] [S643]
Father: Robert Hutchinson ROWND
Mother: Phearby Ann HODGES


Family 1 : Silas Jefferson (George) HODGES

                                                        _William ROWND Jr.____+
                                                       | (1782 - ....)        
                            _William Scholfield ROWND _|
                           | (1812 - 1908) m 1837      |
                           |                           |_Sally HUTCHINSON ____+
                           |                             (1790 - ....)        
 _Robert Hutchinson ROWND _|
| (1847 - 1928) m 1871     |
|                          |                            _LLYWELYN ap Seisyllt_
|                          |                           | (0960 - ....)        
|                          |_Mahala Phoebe HODGES _____|
|                            (1820 - ....) m 1837      |
|                                                      |_Eliza CASON _________
|                                                        (1804 - ....) m 1820 
|
|--Margaret ROWND 
|  (1876 - 1932)
|                                                       _LLYWELYN ap Seisyllt_
|                                                      | (0960 - ....)        
|                           _John Gleason HODGES ______|
|                          | (1812 - ....) m 1844      |
|                          |                           |_Phearby Ann HARRELL _
|                          |                             (1785 - 1819) m 1802 
|_Phearby Ann HODGES ______|
  (1853 - 1948) m 1871     |
                           |                            _Jehu FLETCHER _______+
                           |                           | (1791 - 1865) m 1813 
                           |_Jincey Ann FLETCHER ______|
                             (1822 - 1907) m 1844      |
                                                       |_Margaret GLOVER _____
                                                         (1795 - 1886) m 1813 

Sources

[S294]

[S449]

[S643]


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Franklin W. "Frank" SWARTZ

10 Feb 1863 - 1917

ID Number: I36356

Father: William P. SWARTZ
Mother: Cynthia Ann SICKLER


Family 1 : Anna M. FISH
  1.  Austin SWARTZ
  2.  Eva SWARTZ
  3.  Ralph SWARTZ

                                                   _Baltas (Leobathasar) SWARTZ (SCHWARTZ) _+
                                                  | (1772 - 1820)                           
                        _Henry SWARTZ (SCHWARTZ) _|
                       | (1805 - 1895) m 1829     |
                       |                          |_Margaret HUPPMAN (HOFFMAN) _____________
                       |                            (1770 - ....)                           
 _William P. SWARTZ ___|
| (1833 - 1927) m 1853 |
|                      |                           _Samuel MILLER Jr._______________________+
|                      |                          | (1767 - 1839) m 1789                    
|                      |_Melissa MILLER __________|
|                        (1808 - 1881) m 1829     |
|                                                 |_Susannah PHILLIPS ______________________+
|                                                   (1773 - 1849) m 1789                    
|
|--Franklin W. "Frank" SWARTZ 
|  (1863 - 1917)
|                                                  _________________________________________
|                                                 |                                         
|                       _George SICKLER __________|
|                      | (1810 - ....)            |
|                      |                          |_________________________________________
|                      |                                                                    
|_Cynthia Ann SICKLER _|
  (1835 - 1896) m 1853 |
                       |                           _________________________________________
                       |                          |                                         
                       |_Lucinda "Lucy" WHITE ____|
                         (1810 - ....)            |
                                                  |_________________________________________
                                                                                            

Sources

[S2574]

[S1344]

[S1328]

[S1329]

[S1331]

[S1344]

[S1473]

[S2574]

[S3576]


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