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Count EUDES of Troyes

ABT 0829 - ABT 0870

ID Number: I56855

  • TITLE: Count
  • RESIDENCE: FR
  • BIRTH: ABT 0829
  • DEATH: ABT 0870
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1934]
Father: GUIGUIN de SOISSONS of Soissons
Mother: Daughter of Orleans


Family 1 : WANDILMODE of Worms
  1. +RAOUL de DIJON of Dijon

                                                         _____________________
                                                        |                     
                                   _____________________|
                                  |                     |
                                  |                     |_____________________
                                  |                                           
 _GUIGUIN de SOISSONS of Soissons_|
| (0799 - 0844)                   |
|                                 |                      _____________________
|                                 |                     |                     
|                                 |_____________________|
|                                                       |
|                                                       |_____________________
|                                                                             
|
|--EUDES of Troyes
|  (0829 - 0870)
|                                                        _____________________
|                                                       |                     
|                                  _HADRIAN Of Wormgau__|
|                                 | (0769 - 0824)       |
|                                 |                     |_____________________
|                                 |                                           
|_Daughter of Orleans_____________|
  (0800 - ....)                   |
                                  |                      _LAMBERT of Hornbach_+
                                  |                     | (0739 - 0783)       
                                  |_WALDRAT of Hornbach_|
                                    (0770 - 0824)       |
                                                        |_____________________
                                                                              

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James E. ALVIS

2 Nov 1883 - 4 Nov 1884

ID Number: I24797

  • RESIDENCE: Cullman Co. AL
  • BIRTH: 2 Nov 1883
  • DEATH: 4 Nov 1884, Cullman Co. AL
  • BURIAL: Crossroads Baptist Cem. Cullman Co. AL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S315]
Father: Charles H. E. ALVIS
Mother: Mary Ann GIBSON



                                                      _David ALVIS III_______________+
                                                     | (1781 - 1848) m 1807          
                        _Gabriel Alexander ALVIS Sr._|
                       | (1830 - 1865) m 1851        |
                       |                             |_Elizabeth DEQUARE (DEQUOIRE) _
                       |                               (1784 - 1853) m 1807          
 _Charles H. E. ALVIS _|
| (1857 - 1942) m 1877 |
|                      |                              _______________________________
|                      |                             |                               
|                      |_Mary A. VANZANDT ___________|
|                        (1830 - 1868) m 1851        |
|                                                    |_______________________________
|                                                                                    
|
|--James E. ALVIS 
|  (1883 - 1884)
|                                                     _______________________________
|                                                    |                               
|                       _____________________________|
|                      |                             |
|                      |                             |_______________________________
|                      |                                                             
|_Mary Ann GIBSON _____|
  (1855 - ....) m 1877 |
                       |                              _______________________________
                       |                             |                               
                       |_____________________________|
                                                     |
                                                     |_______________________________
                                                                                     

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Capt. R. B. (Linsey) LINDSAY C.S.A.

ABT 1830 - 1861

ID Number: I45202

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A.
  • RESIDENCE: Jackson Co. AL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1830
  • DEATH: 1861, KIA 1st Manassas, Virginia by Lincoln's Army
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S3602]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) LINDSAY MD & VA & TN & AL & SC


Notes


LINSEY, R. B. Capt *KIA, 1st Manassas; Brewer; 1st Captain from Jackson County* AL


I think that R.B. was mistaken for Capt. Lewis Ervin Lindsay who was killed
in the 1st battle of Manassa. He is my relative. Their names are inscribed on the monument at the battlefield. My brother's have been to the site. Sharon james


[S3602]


                                                      __
                                                     |  
                                                   __|
                                                  |  |
                                                  |  |__
                                                  |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) LINDSAY MD & VA & TN & AL & SC_|
|                                                 |
|                                                 |   __
|                                                 |  |  
|                                                 |__|
|                                                    |
|                                                    |__
|                                                       
|
|--R. B. (Linsey) LINDSAY C.S.A.
|  (1830 - 1861)
|                                                     __
|                                                    |  
|                                                  __|
|                                                 |  |
|                                                 |  |__
|                                                 |     
|_________________________________________________|
                                                  |
                                                  |   __
                                                  |  |  
                                                  |__|
                                                     |
                                                     |__
                                                        

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Jonas MENEFEE

ABT 1720 - ____

ID Number: I95551

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1720, of Broomfield Parish, Culpeper Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1956]

Family 1 : Elizabeth CHEW

Notes


Children: William Spenser, Henry, Larkin, John Thomas, Nancy, Martha Menefee. More details on this family.

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Henry Clay PENDLETON Sr. C.S.A.

1842 - 1931

ID Number: I70406

  • OCCUPATION: CSA maybe 34th VA and was wounded at the Wilderness.
  • RESIDENCE: of Essex Co.VA and Atlanta, Fulton Co. GA
  • BIRTH: 1842, Virginia
  • DEATH: 1931
  • RESOURCES: See: notes POSSIBLE SON not proved yet [S642]
Father: Joseph Holmes PENDLETON
Mother: Sarah M. HUNDLEY


Family 1 : Nannie Elizabeth ROBINSON
  1.  Eugene Robinson PENDLETON
  2.  Henry Clay PENDLETON Jr.
  3.  Louis Baylor PENDLETON
  4.  Richard Hundley PENDLETON
  5.  Nellie Isabella PENDLETON
  6.  Virginia Faye PENDLETON

Notes


3.Henry Clay Pendleton, Married Nannie Elizabeth Robinson in Georgia in 1869 & had ten children.


this Henry Clay appears to be the same one from both msgs. more research required.


"My Pendleton contact lived in north Georgia but I have lost contact with her over the past 20 years. I am sure that if you can acquire a phone listing for Clarkston, Habersham Co., GA., you might find a number for one or more of them.


Henry Clay Pendleton's mother is buried in our old family cemetery but the site of the graves is believed to be in the middle of a cow pasture belonging to a dairy. I've placed the balance of the Pendleton information below. This is the same information I will use in my pending family history that I hope to publish in the next few years." (see info on each record attached).


1880 United States Census Fulton Co. GA
H.C. PENDLETON Self M Male W 38 VA Agt For Tobacco House VA VA
Nanie E. PENDLETON Wife M Female W 35 GA Keeps House NC TN
Eugine R. PENDLETON Son S Male W 8 GA VA GA
Hary PENDLETON Son S Male W 6 GA VA GA
Lewis PENDLETON Son S Male W 4 GA VA GA
Richard H. PENDLETON Son S Male W 3 GA VA GA


Nellie E. PENDLETON Dau S Female W 10M GA VA GA
Anney E.K. CATHEY Other S Female W 18 TN Cook TN TN
James BROWN Other S Male B 10 SC Servant SC SC



Source Information: Census Place West End, Fulton, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254147 NA Film Number T9-0147 Page Number 132D

[S3426] [S642]


                                                          _____________________
                                                         |                     
                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) PENDLETON _|
                           |                             |
                           |                             |_____________________
                           |                                                   
 _Joseph Holmes PENDLETON _|
| (1809 - 1848) m 1834     |
|                          |                              _____________________
|                          |                             |                     
|                          |_____________________________|
|                                                        |
|                                                        |_____________________
|                                                                              
|
|--Henry Clay PENDLETON Sr. C.S.A.
|  (1842 - 1931)
|                                                         _Ambrose HUNDLEY I___
|                                                        |                     
|                           _Ambrose HUNDLEY II__________|
|                          |                             |
|                          |                             |_Mary RYLAND ________+
|                          |                                                   
|_Sarah M. HUNDLEY ________|
  (1814 - 1901) m 1834     |
                           |                              _John HAILE Jr.______+
                           |                             | (1710 - ....)       
                           |_Elizabeth HAILE ____________|
                                                         |
                                                         |_____________________
                                                                               

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Martha SMITH

ABT 1787 - ____

ID Number: I47572

  • RESIDENCE: Bedford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1787
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1707]

Family 1 : James RICHARDSON

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Gen. William Booth TALIAFERRO C.S.A.

28 Dec 1822 - 27 Feb 1898

ID Number: I72776

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA served under Stonewall Jackson and P. G. T. Beauregard; Mexican War; Legislature
  • RESIDENCE: Gloucester Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 28 Dec 1822, Belleville, Gloucester Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 27 Feb 1898, Dunham Massie, Gloucester Co. Virginia
  • BURIAL: Ware Church Cemetery, Gloucester Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: notes Bio [S1956]
Father: Warren Throckmorton TALIAFERRO
Mother: Frances Amanda BOOTH


Family 1 : Sally Nivison LYONS
  1.  James Lyons TALIAFERRO
  2.  Warner Throckmorton Langbourne TALIAFERRO
  3.  George Wythe Booth TALIAFERRO
  4.  Mary H. L. (Nina) TALIAFERRO
  5.  Edward Carrington Stanard TALIAFERRO

Notes


Virginia Civil War Biographies Page http://members.aol.com/jweaver300/grayson/taliaferro.htm


"Major-General William Booth Taliaferro, a representative of an old and famous Virginia family, was born at Belleville, Gloucester county, Va., December 28, 1822. He was educated at Harvard college and William and Mary, being graduated t the latter institution in 1841. His activity was directed to a military channel by the Mexican war, and on April 9, 1847, he became captain of a company of the Eleventh United States infantry. August 12th, and held this rank his command being disbanded turned to the pursuits of civil life and was one of the Democratic presidential electors in 1856, but continued to be prominent in military affairs and commanded the state forces at the time of John Brown's raid. As major-general of Virginia militia, he took command at Norfolk on April 18, 1861, and later with the rank of colonel was assigned to the post and troops at Gloucester Point, opposite Yorktown. Subsequently he marched with the Twenty-third Virginia regiment to reinforce General Garnett in West Virginia. During the retreat from Laurel Hill, Colonel Taliaferro was in command of the rear guard which gallantly contested the enemy's pursuit at Carrick's ford, just before Garnett was killed. At the battle on Greenbrier river, October 3d, he commanded a brigade, consisting of his own regiment, the Twenty-fifth and Forty- fourth Virginia regiments, and contributed largely to the victory by his cool and gallant conduct. On March 4, 1862, he was promoted brigadier-general. He joined Jackson in the Valley early in December, and with a brigade composed of the Tenth, Twenty-Third, and Thirty-seventh Virginia, took a prominent part in the defeat of the Federals at McDowell, where he was in immediate command on the field after Edward Johnson was wounded, and participated in the victories , at Cross Keys and Port Republic. Continuing in command of Jackson's Third brigade, he fought at Cedar mountain, August 9th, and after the death of General Winder was given charge of Jackson's division. In this command he continued during' the subsequent operations about Manassas, participated in the maneuvers around Pope's army, and on August 28th, when Jackson determined to strike the enemy as he moved along the Warrenton pike, he immediately ordered Taliaferro to take his division and attack. In the fierce fight which followed, sustained on the Confederate side by Taliaferro and Ewell, both those commanders were seriously wounded. He was able to return to the field in time to participate in the battle of Fredericksburg, where he rendered efficient service in repelling the Federal force which secured temporary lodgment in the Confederate lines. His subsequent military career was in the department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, to which he was assigned in March, 1863, as commander of the district of Savannah. During the famous assault on Battery Wagner, July, 1863, he had charge of the defenses and troops on Morris island, and next month he took command of a division on James island. February 20, 1864, he was given temporary command of all troops in the district of East Florida, which embraced the forces that day engaged at Olustee. Returning March 5th to James island, in May he was assigned to the Seventh district of South Carolina, and the entire State was put under his military charge in December of that year. When Sherman's army reached Savannah, he exercised command to the north of that city, with the forces of Jenkins, Harrison and Chestnut, at Coosawhatchie and Pocotaligo, guarding the route of escape for Hardee. In the latter part of December he was given command of a division made up of Elliott's, Rhett's and Anderson's brigades, with which he participated in the subsequent movements, being promoted on January 1, 1865, to the rank of major-general.


After the surrender of Johnston's army, he returned to Gloucester, Va., where he completed his long career of honor and usefulness. He served ten years in the State legislature, and rendered good service in the cause of education as a member of the board of visitors of the Virginia military institute, William and Mary college and other State institutions. His death occurred at his home in Gloucester county, February 27, 1898. Confederate Military History, Vol. III, pp. 670-672.


"CAMPAIGNS: Rich Mountain, Corrick,'s Ford, Shenandoah Valley (1862), First Winchester, Port Republic, Cedar Mountain, Groveton, Fredericksburg, Battery Wagner, and Bentonville.
HIGHEST RANK ACHIEVED: Brigadier General
BIOGRAPHY
William Booth Taliaferro (pronounced Tarl'-iver) was born in Gloucester County, Virginia, on December 28, 1822. Graduating from the College of William and Mary in 1841, he studied law at Harvard. In 1847, he joined the Regular Army and fought in the Mexican War. Serving in the Virginia legislature from 1850 to 1853, he was a Democratic presidential elector in 1856, and led the militia at Harpers Ferry after the November 1859 raid on John Brown. Taliaferro joined the Confederacy and, when the Civil War began, he was the major general in command of Virginia militia at Norfolk and Gloucester Point. He was such a strict disciplinarian to his subordinates that at least one of them physically assaulted him. When Taliaferro and other officers protested the poor conditions of the winter quarters Maj. Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson had assigned to them, he began his relationship with his new superior on poor footing. This relationship did not improve when Taliaferro made denigrating comments about Jackson, or when he personally intrigued against Jackson in Richmond, Virginia. After a period on detached service, Taliaferro, by then a brigadier general, returned to serving under Jackson. Taliaferro commanded well in Jackson's Shenandoah Valley Campaign in the spring of 1862, and distinguished himself at McDowell and First Winchester. He took part in the fighting at Port Republic; Cedar Mountain; Grovetown, where he was wounded three times; and Fredericksburg. Despite his service, he was not promoted to major general, so he left Jackson's army in February of 1863. After that, Taliaferro served under Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard; held Battery Wagner against Union attack; led troops on James Island and in eastern Florida; helped with the evacuation of Savannah and led a division at Bentonville. In the years following the Civil War, Taliaferro returned to the state legislature, and served as a county judge and member of the boards of visitors of the College of William and Mary and the Virginia Military Institute. Taliaferro died at his estate in Gloucester County, "Dunham Massie," on February 27, 1898."
http://www.multied.com/Bio/CWcGENS/CSATaliaferro.html


Manuscripts Department Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill SOUTHERN HISTORICAL COLLECTION #1822
WILLIAM BOOTH TALIAFERRO PAPERS Summary


NOTE: A more complete finding aid for this collection is available at the Southern Historical Collection. Contact staff at: (919)962-1345 (telephone); (919)962-4452 (FAX); mss@email.unc.edu.


Taliaferro, William Booth, 1822-1898.
Papers, 1805-1951.
4 items.


Four volumes containing typescripts of diaries and letters of William Booth Taliaferro of Dunham Massie, Gloucester, Va., 1844-1890; the diary of his wife Sally Lyons Taliaferro
(1828-1899), 1859-1899; and other materials relating to members of the Taliaferro and Lyons families.
Volume 1 contains letters of the Taliaferrros and Lyons family data.
Volume 2 contains the Mexican War diary, 1847, and letters, 1847-1848, of William Booth Taliaferro, documenting his activities during the war. Also included is Taliaferro's 1871-1890 diary, which contains brief entries relating to weather, financial transactions, planting, and family and neighborhood activities.
Volume 3 contains Sally Lyons Taliaferro's diary, 1859-1874;
volume 4 contains her diary, 1875-1899. These diaries have brief entries about the weather and family and neighborhood news.


ONLINE CATALOG TERMS:
Family--Virginia--Social life and customs--19th century.
Lyons family.
Mexican War, 1846-1848.
Taliaferro family.
Taliaferro, Sally Lyons, 1828-1899.
Taliaferro, William Booth, 1822-1898.
United States. Army--Officers--Correspondence--History--Mexican War,
1846-1848.
United States. Army--Officers--Diaries--History--Mexican
War, 1846-1848.
Women--Diaries--History--19th century.
Women--Virginia--Social life and customs--19th century.


COPYRIGHT: Retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.


Tombstone pic: William Booth Taliaferro (28 Dec 1822 28 Feb 1898)
Virginia USGenWeb Archives Ware Church Cemetery Gloucester County, VA
http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/va/vastones/gloucester/ware/wc1 5.jpg


Major-General William Booth Taliaferro, a representative of an old and famous Virginia family, was born at Belleville, Gloucester county, Va., December 28, 1822. He was educated at Harvard college and William and Mary, being graduated t the latter institution in 1841. His activity was directed to a military channel by the Mexican war, and on April 9, 1847, he became captain of a company of the Eleventh United States infantry. August 12th, and held this rank his command being disbanded turned to the pursuits of civil life and was one of the Democratic presidential electors in 1856, but continued to be prominent in military affairs and commanded the state forces at the time of John Brown's raid. As major-general of Virginia militia, he took command at Norfolk on April 18, 1861, and later with the rank of colonel was assigned to the post and troops at Gloucester Point, opposite Yorktown. Subsequently he marched with the Twenty-third Virginia regiment to reinforce General Garnett in West Virginia. During the retreat from Laurel Hill, Colonel Taliaferro was in command of the rear guard which gallantly contested the enemy's pursuit at Carrick's ford, just before Garnett was killed. At the battle on Greenbrier river, October 3d, he commanded a brigade, consisting of his own regiment, the Twenty-fifth and Forty- fourth Virginia regiments, and contributed largely to the victory by his cool and gallant conduct. On March 4, i862, he was promoted brigadier-general. He joined Jackson in the Valley early in December, and with a brigade composed of the Tenth, Twenty-Third, and Thirty-seventh Virginia, took a prominent part in the defeat of the Federals at McDowell, where he was in immediate command on the field after Edward Johnson was wounded, and participated in the victories , at Cross Keys and Port Republic. Continuing in command of Jackson's Third brigade, he fought at Cedar mountain, August 9th, and after the death of General Winder was given charge of Jackson's division. In this command he continued during' the subsequent operations about Manassas, participated in the maneuvers around Pope's army, and on August 28th, when Jackson determined to strike the enemy as he moved along the Warrenton pike, he immediately ordered Taliaferro to take his division and attack. In the fierce fight which followed, sustained on the Confederate side by Taliaferro and Ewell, both those commanders were seriously wounded. He was able to return to the field in time to participate in the battle of Fredericksburg, where he rendered efficient service in repelling the Federal force which secured temporary lodgment in the Confederate lines. His subsequent military career was in the department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, to which he was assigned in March, 1863, as commander of the district of Savannah. During the famous assault on Battery Wagner, July, 1863, he had charge of the defenses and troops on Morris island, and next month he took command of a division on James island. February 20, 1864, he was given temporary command of all troops in the district of East Florida, which embraced the forces that day engaged at Olustee. Returning March 5th to James island, in May he was assigned to the Seventh district of South Carolina, and the entire State was put under his military charge in December of that year. When Sherman's army reached Savannah, he exercised command to the north of that city, with the forces of Jenkins, Harrison and Chestnut, at Coosawhatchie and Pocotaligo, guarding the route of escape for Hardee. In the latter part of December he was given command of a division made up of Elliott's, Rhett's and Anderson's brigades, with which he participated in the subsequent movements, being promoted on January 1, 1865, to the rank of major-general.


After the surrender of Johnston's army, he returned to Gloucester, Va., where he completed his long career of honor and usefulness. He served ten years in the State legislature, and rendered good service in the cause of education as a member of the board of visitors of the Virginia military institute, William and Mary college and other State institutions. His death occurred at his home in Gloucester county, February 27, 1898. Confederate Military History, Vol. III, pp. 670-672. http://members.aol.com/jweaver300/grayson/taliaferro.htm





                                                                      _Phillip TALIAFERRO of Hockley_+
                                                                     | (1745 - 1791)                 
                                   _William Throckmorton TALIAFERRO _|
                                  | (1773 - ....)                    |
                                  |                                  |_Sarah Smith BAYTOP ___________+
                                  |                                    (1745 - ....)                 
 _Warren Throckmorton TALIAFERRO _|
| (1797 - 1877) m 1822            |
|                                 |                                   _Warren THROCKMORTON __________
|                                 |                                  | (1750 - ....) m 1776          
|                                 |_Mary THROCKMORTON _______________|
|                                   (1782 - ....)                    |
|                                                                    |_Mary Julia LANGBORNE _________+
|                                                                      (1758 - ....) m 1776          
|
|--William Booth TALIAFERRO C.S.A.
|  (1822 - 1898)
|                                                                     _______________________________
|                                                                    |                               
|                                  _George Wythe BOOTH ______________|
|                                 | (1773 - ....)                    |
|                                 |                                  |_______________________________
|                                 |                                                                  
|_Frances Amanda BOOTH ___________|
  (1801 - 1824) m 1822            |
                                  |                                   _______________________________
                                  |                                  |                               
                                  |_Lucy JONES ______________________|
                                    (1773 - ....)                    |
                                                                     |_______________________________
                                                                                                     

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