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Hannah

ABT 1740 - ____

ID Number: I46267

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1671]

Family 1 : Stephen CASH

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WILLIAM GERARD

ABT 1530 - ABT 1553

ID Number: I69042

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1530
  • DEATH: ABT 1553
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1954]
Father: JAMES GERARD
Mother: MARGARET HOLCROFT


Family 1 :
  1. +DOROTHY GERARD of Harrow

                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _JAMES GERARD _______|
| (1500 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--WILLIAM GERARD 
|  (1530 - 1553)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _JOHN HOLCROFT ______|
|                     | (.... - 1559)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_MARGARET HOLCROFT __|
  (1500 - ....)       |
                      |                      _HARMON MASCY _______
                      |                     | (1410 - ....)       
                      |_MARGARET MASCY _____|
                                            |
                                            |_ELIZABETH BOTELER __
                                              (1411 - ....)       

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Jane Ervin JAMES

10 Dec 1779 - 11 Mar 1817

ID Number: I33663

  • RESIDENCE: Prince Frederick Par. Craven and Lee Co. SC
  • BIRTH: 10 Dec 1779
  • DEATH: 11 Mar 1817
  • BURIAL: Mt. Zion Cemetery, St. Charles, Lee, South Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: Possible dau NOT PROVEN [S985]
Father: John JAMES
Mother: Mary ERVIN


Family 1 : William WILSON

                                             _William JAMES "the Immigrant"_+
                                            | (1701 - 1750)                 
                       _John JAMES _________|
                      | (1732 - 1791) m 1753|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth WITHERSPOON ________+
                      |                       (1703 - 1750)                 
 _John JAMES _________|
| (1757 - 1825) m 1778|
|                     |                      _______________________________
|                     |                     |                               
|                     |_Jane Jean DOBEIN ___|
|                       (1735 - 1811) m 1753|
|                                           |_______________________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Jane Ervin JAMES 
|  (1779 - 1817)
|                                            _James ERVIN "the Immigrant"___
|                                           | (1694 - 1776)                 
|                      _John ERVIN _________|
|                     | (1720 - 1773) m 1744|
|                     |                     |_Elizabeth JAMES ______________+
|                     |                       (1700 - 1782)                 
|_Mary ERVIN _________|
  (1758 - 1785) m 1778|
                      |                      _______________________________
                      |                     |                               
                      |_Elizabeth ELLISON __|
                        (1723 - 1795) m 1744|
                                            |_______________________________
                                                                            

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Janett LOWRY


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WALTER OGILVY

ABT 1362 - 1440

ID Number: I100912

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1362, Of Lintrathen, Forfarshire, Scotland
  • DEATH: 1440
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 9TJL-D7)

Family 1 : ISABEL GLEN
  1.  WALTER OGILVY
  2.  ISABEL OGILVY
  3.  GILES OGILVY

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Hon. Edmund PENDLETON Judge

19 Sep 1721 - 23 Oct 1803

ID Number: I3594

Edmund Pendleton
  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: Statesman, President Of The Virginia Convention 1775-1776
  • RESIDENCE: Caroline Co.and Richmond, VA
  • BIRTH: 19 Sep 1721, Caroline County, VA
  • DEATH: 23 Oct 1803, Richmond. VA
  • BURIAL: Edmundsbury, 8 mi se of Bowling Green, Va.; in 1907 reinterred Bruton Parish Church Cem., Williamsburg, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S157] [S172] [S179] [S199] [S500] [S641] [S721] [S747] [S979] [S1635] [S2103]
Father: Henry PENDLETON
Mother: Mary Bishop TAYLOR


Family 1 : Elizabeth ROY
Family 2 : Sarah POLLARD

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Eminent jurist and member of the House of Burgesses and of the First Congress of the U.S. Edmund was very prominent in Virginia and Colonial government. He corresponded heavily with George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. He was also on the first Continental Congress in 1775 and helped Jefferson draft the Declaration of Independence.


Most famous of all this distinguished Virginia family, a personal friend of George Washington; a cousin of John Taylor of 'Caroline," and John Penn (another "signer").


Edmund wrote the Resolutions adopting a Declaration of Independence which were included almost verbatim afterwards in the Declaration by Thomas Jefferson. He was a member of the Continental Congress, President of the Virginia Convention which proposed the Declaration of Independence.


Often referred to as "Caroline's most distinguished son." For 24 years he represented his county in the House of Burgesses; was a justice of the peace; county Lieutenantin 1774; and was a delegate to the first continental Congress. He was president of the Committee of Safety in 1775 and as such had virtual control of the military and naval operations of Virginia. He was speaker of the first Virginia House of Delegates under the new constitution and for fifteen years was head of the Virginia Judiciary. Together with Thomas Jefferson and George Wythe revised the Virginia laws, when independence was declared, and in 1789 Washington appointed him as judge of the United States District Court of Virginia. Until his death in 1803, at the age of eighty-two, he was leader of the Federalist party in Virginia. "Twelve Virginia Counties" by John H. Gwathmey, p. 190-191.


"The Life and Time of Edmund Pendleton", pub. 1920 - describes his importance to the forming of the U.S.
" Letters and Papers of Edmund Pendleton" A 2-volume set which includes many of his letters to Thomas Jefferson and others in forming the new government.
Wm & Mary College Collection.
Prior to 1779 the portion of what is now Sullivan County north of the Holston was believed to be in Virginia, and their first grants were issued by that state. The earliest of which there is any record was issued to Edmund PENDLETON in 1756, for 3,000 acres of land on Reedy Creek. Of the early settlers only a few of the most prominent can be here mentioned."


"Sullivan County was the second county formed in what is now Tennessee and included all that part of Washington County lying north of a line formed by the ridge dividing the waters of the Watauga from those of the Holston, and extending from the termination of this ridge to the highest point of Chimney Top Mountain. The act was passed in October, 1779, and in February, 1780, the county court was organized at the house of Moses Looney, at which time a commission was presented appointing as justices of the peace Isaac Shelby, David Looney, William Christie, John Dunham, William Wallace, and Samuel Smith." "For some reason the seat of justice was not permanently located until 1792, when James Bigham conveyed thirty acres of land to John Anderson, George Maxwell, and Richard Gammon, commissioners
appointed by the county to erect a courthouse and jail" "...This was a hewed-log structure, which stood on a lot nearly opposite the present courthouse. The jail was built in the rear of this lot. Some time between 1825 and 1828 a brick courthouse was erected on the lot occupied by the present one, which was built in 1850. During the war [Civil War] the latter with its contents was burned, but the wall sustained little damage, and was rebuilt at a comparatively small cost." [This is why Sullivan County is often referred to as a "burned county". During this fire many record were destroyed. One of the greatest losses were the records of Wills and
Land Deeds and transactions. Some of these records have been reconstructed in through
historical writings and research but the originals are lost forever. This is also why research prior to the Civil War is difficult. It requires patience and diligence on the part of the researcher.


Blountville is the county seat and the oldest town. "The second oldest town in the county is Kingsport, which for several years was also the largest and most important. It was first known as "Boat Yard", and prior to the advent of railroads it was the shipping point for the greater part of the salt from King's salt works in Virginia, besides a large amount of iron, castings, and produce. The salt works were established in 1800, and in 1843 4,000 barrels of salt were shipped annually by flatboats. At this time Kingsport had a population of 317, while Blountville had only 209, and Bristol had not been thought of."


From http://www.slade-anderson.com/pages/epend.htm
Edmund Pendleton
* Born in Caroline County, Virginia on September 9th, 1721.
* Admitted to the bar in 1742.
* Became a Justice of the Peace in Caroline County in 1751.
* Elected to the Virginia House of Burgesses.
* Chosen a member of the Virginia colonies Committee of Correspondence in 1773.
* Delegate to the first Continental Congress in 1775.
* President of Virginia's Committee of Saftey and was therefore head of the Revolutionary government there.
* Drafted the instructions for Virginia's delegates in the
Continental Congress to move for independence.
* Worked with Thomas Jefferson and George Wythe to revise the laws of Virginia.
* First Speaker of the House of Delegates under Virginia's first Government.
* Named first president of the supreme court of appeals in 1779.
* President of the Virginia convention that voted to ratify the constitution in 1788.
* Declined several federal post offered by his good friend George Washington.


Excerpt from Edmund Pendletons Bible : In 1792 Edmund Pendleton wrote his family history on the blank pages between the Old and New Testaments of his family Bible.
Family Chronology entered 1792
About the year 1674 Nathaniel Pendleton a Minister, and Philip Pendleton a school-master sons of Henry Pendleton of the city of Norwich, County of Norfolk in England, came from thence to Virginia in America. Nathaniel died leaving no Issue, Philip went to England about 1680, returned to Virgina and, Philip intermarried with Isabella Hurt and died leaving issue three sons and four daughters, in November 1721. His two younger sons John and Philip severally married,died long ago and a considerable number of decendants from each are now living, but of them I can give no particular account. Elizabeth the eldest daughter intermarried with Samuel Clayton. Rachel the second with John Vass, Catherine the third with John Taylor and Isabella with Richard Thomas : Are dead and the posterity of each is numerous - but neither of these can I be particular.


Henry Pendleton the eldest son was born about 1683; In 1701 was married to Mary Taylor ( daughter of James Taylor ) who was born in 1688.....so that he was 18 and she 13. He died in May 1721. She married a second husband Edward Watkins, whom she survived and died in 1770 aged 82.


James Pendleton eldest son of Henry, was born in 1702 , and died in 1762, leaving 4 children Henry, James, Philip and Anne , all married, now living and have issue. James and Anne are since dead. Philip Pendleton the second son died in 1778 leaving issue 5 daughters, all of whom married and have children,two are dead,three living,one since dead.


Nathaniel Pendleton,third son,was born in 1715 and is still living ( 1792 ) having children and grand children and great grand children. He died in 1794.


John Pendleton fourth son was born in 1719,and is still living (1792) having children grand children and great grand children. He died in 1799.


Edmund Pendlton fifth and youngest son was born in Spetember 1721 (four months after the death of his father ) was married in January 1741/2 to Elizabeth Roy, who in November following was delivered of a dead child and died in childbed. In June 1743 he was married to Sarah Pollard born in 1725 - both are now living and have never had a child. Her father Joseph Pollard was born in 1701 and died December 26th 1791, aged 90. Her mother still living aged 88. They lived together upwards of 68 years. She died July 27, 1794, aged 92. The said Edmund Pendleton [died] in Richmond whilst attending the court of appeals of which he was President on the 26th day of October 1803 in the 83rd year of his age.


The record goes on to list many more people.
Sources :
* The Life and Times of Edmund Pendleton, Robert Leroy Hilldrup, 1939, UNC Press
* Edmund Pendleton 1721-1803, A Biography, two volumes, David John Mays, 1952, Harvard Press
* The Letters and Papers of Edmund Pendleton, 1734-1803, two volumes, David John Mays 1967, UVa Press


Edmund Pendleton's Home........Six miles southeast is the site of Edmundsbury, home of Edmund Pendleton. Pendleton, born in 1721, served in the House of Burgesses; was a delegate to the Continental Congress; chairman of the Virginia Committee of Safety; president of the May 1776 convention and the convention that ratified the U.S. Constitution in 1788; president of the Virginia Supreme Court. He died in 1803 and was buried there. His remains were later moved to Williamsburg.
Marker location:: 2.5 miles south of Bowling Green.
http://www.abraxis.com/beegee/Genealogy/KyWhitle.html
Edmund, b. 19th September, 1721; d. 23d October, 1803; he was the most distinguished of all this famous family; a personal friend of George WASHINGTON; a cousin of "John TAYLOR of Caroline') and of John PENN, Signer of the Declaration of Independence. Edmund PENDLETON wrote the Resolutions adopting a Declaration of Independence and Virginia sent them to the Continental Congress and they were afterwards adopted almost verbatim in that Declaration by Thomas Jefferson; he was a Member of the Continental Congress, President of the Virginia Convention which proposed the Declaration of Independence, etc.; m. (1st) January, 1741, Elizabeth ROY; m. (2d) June, 1743, Sarah POLLARD, but d.s.p.


http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/t/h/o/George-Thompson/GENE11 -0011.html


Pendleton, Edmund (1721-1803) Uncle of John Penn and Nathaniel Pendleton. Born in Caroline County, Va., September 9, 1721. Delegate to Continental Congress from Virginia, 1774; member of Virginia state legislature, 1776; state court judge, 1777. Died October 23, 1803. Original interment at Edmundsbury Graveyard, Bowling Green, Va.; reinterment in 1907 at Bruton Parish Church Cemetery, Williamsburg, Va.
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Edmund Pendleton 1721_1803
Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses
Born: September 9, 1721 in: Caroline County, Virginia
Education: Informal (Lawyer)
Work: Licensed to practice Law, 1741; Admitted to practice in general court, 1745; Appointed a Justice of Caroline County, 1751; Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses, 1752-1776; Represented Virginia at the Continental Congress, 1774-75; President of the Virginia Committee of Safety, 1775; President of Virginia Conventions, 1775-76; first Speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates, appointed reviser of the statute laws of Virginia, 1776; First Judge of the High Court of Chancery, 1777; President of the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, 1778-1803; President of the Virginia Ratification Convention, 1788; Refused appointment to the Federal judiciary, 1788. Died: October 23, 1803.


"Edmund Pendleton was another sterling example of public service to a fledgling nation. Born to a poor family & a widowed mother, he was a bright young man who displayed a maturity and sense of duty at a early age. Pendleton received little in the way of formal education, was apprenticed to Colonel Benjamin Robinson, Clerk of Court of Caroline County, at age thirteen, and began practicing law at age twenty. He was admitted to the Virginia Bar in 1745 and was made Justice of the Peace for his native county in 1751. The following year he was elected to the House of Burgesses and then elected a representative to each of five successive Virginia conventions. He was elected president of the last two. He attended the Continental Congress' of 1774 and 1775 while serving as President of Virginia Committee of Safety.
In March of 1777 Pendleton fell from his horse and dislocated his hip. This crippled him for the rest of his life though he continued to serve with the aid of crutches. He had been elected Speaker of the first House of Delegates the preceding year and though unable to attend the first 1777 session, the speakership was held for him until he recovered enough to return the following September. When the Delegates established the Court of Chancery in 1778, Pendleton was nominated as a judge and then elected as the President of that Court in 1779. He was further elevated to the Supreme court of Appeals in 1788. The Virginia Convention to ratify the Federal Constitution met in 1788 with Pendleton again representing his county; that convention too, elected him President. Known always as a modest and honorable man, Edmund Pendleton spent his entire life in service to the people of Virginia. In 1788, Washington appointed him to the new Federal Judiciary, a job which he declined due to advancing age. He continued to serve as the President of the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals until his death in 1803." -Sources: EPB.c1996-97 by LeftJustified Publiks. All rights reserved.


http://www.slade-anderson.com/
Edmund Pendleton Letter dated 1754 ( From the Library of Congress )
Edmund Pendleton Letter to George Washington, Dated 1771 ( From the Library of Congress )
Edmund Pendleton Letter to George Washington, Dated 1778 ( From the Library of Congress )
Edmund Pendleton Letter to Thomas Jefferson, Dated July 1776 ( From the Lib of Congress )
Edmund Pendleton Letter to Thomas Jefferson, Dated July 1776 ( From the Lib of Congress )


"PENDLETON, Edmund, 1721-1803: PENDLETON, Edmund, (uncle of Nathaniel Pendleton and John Penn), a Delegate from Virginia; born in Caroline County, Va., September 9, 1721; completed preparatory studies; clerk, Caroline County Court, in 1740; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1741 and practiced; justice of the peace in 1751; member of the Virginia House of Burgesses 1752-1774; member of the committee of correspondence in 1773 and of the provincial convention in 1774; Member of the Continental Congress in 1774 and 1775; president of the committee of safety in 1775; president of the Virginia convetions in 1775 and 1776; member of the State house of delegates in 1776 and 1777; judge of the general court and the court of chancery in 1777; presiding judge of the court of appeals in 1779; member and president of the Virginia ratification convention in 1788; died in Richmond, Va., October 23, 1803; interment at Edmundsbury, eight miles southeast of Bowling Green, Va.; in 1907 was reinterred in Bruton Parish Church Cemetery, Williamsburg, Va.
Bibliography: DAB; Mays, David J. Edmund Pendleton, 1721-1803: A Biography. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1952; Pendleton, Edmund. The Letters and Papers of Edmund Pendleton, 1734-1803. 2 vols. Edited by David J. Mays. Charlottesville, Va.: University Press of Virginia, 1967."


"Volume IV Chapter X The Pendleton Family. Third Generation.
The seven children of the first settlers started on a career of multiplication befitting a new country; so that, as late as 1803, if Judge Edmund Pendleton had been in the prime of life, and the most active man in Virginia, it would have been a very serious, if not an impossible, undertaking to have identified and recorded the names of half of them; whilst he was, in fact, a man of upwards of eighty years of age when he died. He had, for sixty years, without the intermission of a single year, been laboriously engaged in professional and official duties, usually of great importance. He was for the last twenty years of his life most painfully disabled for any physical activity, by reason of an accident which made him a cripple, and consigned him to crutches for life. So he started his own, one of the three male lines in the first generation, and then named the females only until they married into other families. Hence, he calls it simply "Chronology," with that precision of language for which tradition reports him as being proverbial."


"Studied law with his cousin, John Penn (signer of the Declaration of Independence)
Member of the House of Burgesses
Delegate to the First Continental Congress, 1775
President of the Conventions of Dec. 1775 and May 1776
Helped Jefferson draft the Declaration of Independence
President of the Court of Appeals 1779-1803
President of the Virginia Convention which ratified the Constitution
First Chief Justice of the State of Virginia
Friend and correspondent of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison
Edmund wrote the Resolutions adopting a Declaration of Independence, which were included almost verbatim afterwards in the Declaration by Jefferson.
Pendleton Co., Virginia, is named for him -- it was created in 1788 from parts of Augusta, Hardy, and Rockingham counties."
LETTER FROM THOMAS JEFFERSON TO EDMUND PENDLETON-link


Mays, David John Edmund Pendleton 1721 - 1803 A Biography Vol 2



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Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1952. 9 1/2" x 6 1/2". 462pp. Red cloth binding, with map printed on end papers. Includes b/w illustrations, bibliography and index. Ex-library with usual markings, pocket cleanly removed. Book has: light spotting along edges, creases on a few pages, shelf wear. This is the second volume of May's biography of Edmund Pendleton, a man who helped revise the statue Laws of Virginia and who investigated the extraordinary financial scandal of ... $18.62


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[S11] [S157] [S157] [S172] [S747] [S157] [S157] [S157] [S747] [S1635] [S2103] [S2432]


                                                              _Henry PENDLETON II_______________+
                                                             | (1614 - 1682) m 1649             
                       _Philip PENDLETON Sr. "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1654 - 1721) m 1681                 |
                      |                                      |_Elizabeth DOUGLASS ______________+
                      |                                        (1628 - 1708) m 1649             
 _Henry PENDLETON ____|
| (1683 - 1721) m 1701|
|                     |                                       _William HURT Sr."the Immigrant"__+
|                     |                                      | (1614 - 1704) m 1650             
|                     |_Isabella HURT _______________________|
|                       (1654 - 1724) m 1681                 |
|                                                            |_Margaret_________________________
|                                                              (1620 - 1704) m 1650             
|
|--Edmund PENDLETON Judge
|  (1721 - 1803)
|                                                             _John TAYLOR _____________________+
|                                                            | (1611 - 1658)                    
|                      _James I TAYLOR ______________________|
|                     | (1635 - 1698) m 1682                 |
|                     |                                      |_Elizabeth HORTON ________________+
|                     |                                        (1610 - ....)                    
|_Mary Bishop TAYLOR _|
  (1688 - 1770) m 1701|
                      |                                       _John GREGORY Sr. "the Immigrant"_+
                      |                                      | (1622 - 1696) m 1655             
                      |_Mary GREGORY ________________________|
                        (1663 - 1747) m 1682                 |
                                                             |_Elizabeth BISHOPP? ______________+
                                                               (1640 - 1676) m 1655             

Sources

[S11]

[S157]

[S172]

[S179]

[S199]

[S500]

[S641]

[S721]

[S747]

[S979]

[S1635]

[S2103]

[S11]

[S157]

[S157]

[S172]

[S747]

[S157]

[S157]

[S157]

[S747]

[S1635]

[S2103]

[S2432]


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Nancy Elizabeth REYNOLDS

1832 - 11 Nov 1854

ID Number: I81642

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1832, of Amherst Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 11 Nov 1854
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS
Father: Isaac Rucker REYNOLDS
Mother: Nancy Ann COX



                                                           _Charles REYNOLDS ___+
                                                          | (1750 - ....)       
                          _Archelus (Archelius) REYNOLDS _|
                         | (1770 - 1863) m 1797           |
                         |                                |_Ann TAYLOR _________
                         |                                  (1750 - ....)       
 _Isaac Rucker REYNOLDS _|
| (1800 - ....) m 1829   |
|                        |                                 _Isaac RUCKER _______+
|                        |                                | (1721 - 1807) m 1758
|                        |_Elizabeth RUCKER ______________|
|                          (1780 - 1810) m 1797           |
|                                                         |_Mildred HAWKINS ____+
|                                                           (1734 - 1815) m 1758
|
|--Nancy Elizabeth REYNOLDS 
|  (1832 - 1854)
|                                                          _____________________
|                                                         |                     
|                         ________________________________|
|                        |                                |
|                        |                                |_____________________
|                        |                                                      
|_Nancy Ann COX _________|
  (1810 - 1832) m 1829   |
                         |                                 _____________________
                         |                                |                     
                         |________________________________|
                                                          |
                                                          |_____________________
                                                                                

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Francis THORNTON

25 Jun 1738 - 16 Jul 1746

ID Number: I42946

  • RESIDENCE: Brunswick Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 25 Jun 1738
  • DEATH: 16 Jul 1746
  • RESOURCES: See: [S714] [S2097]
Father: William THORNTON Sr.
Mother: Jane CLACK



                                              _William THORNTON III________+
                                             | (1649 - 1727) m 1688        
                        _Francis THORNTON ___|
                       | (1692 - 1737)       |
                       |                     |_Prudence WILLIS ____________+
                       |                       (1668 - 1720) m 1688        
 _William THORNTON Sr._|
| (1717 - 1790) m 1738 |
|                      |                      _John STERLING Jr.___________+
|                      |                     | (1673 - 1741)               
|                      |_Ann STERLING _______|
|                        (1700 - 1741)       |
|                                            |_Mary MARTIN ________________+
|                                              (1687 - 1748)               
|
|--Francis THORNTON 
|  (1738 - 1746)
|                                             _James CLACK "the Immigrant"_
|                                            | (1655 - 1723) m 1693        
|                       _James CLACK ________|
|                      | (1693 - 1757) m 1720|
|                      |                     |_Jane Rolfe BOLLING _________+
|                      |                       (1675 - 1714) m 1693        
|_Jane CLACK __________|
  (1721 - 1792) m 1738 |
                       |                      _John STERLING Jr.___________+
                       |                     | (1673 - 1741)               
                       |_Mary STERLING ______|
                         (1699 - 1763) m 1720|
                                             |_Mary MARTIN ________________+
                                               (1687 - 1748)               

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[S2097]


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Frank Anna WHITE

18 Jan 1868 - 29 Dec 1940

ID Number: I94246

  • RESIDENCE: Harris and Galveston Cos. TX
  • BIRTH: 18 Jan 1868, White's Point, Texas
  • DEATH: 29 Dec 1940, Galveston, Galveston Co, Texas
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3467]

Family 1 : John Christopher PENN

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Deborah WHITLEY (WHEDBEE)

28 Jan 1689 - ABT 1728

ID Number: I17742

  • RESIDENCE: Chowan Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 28 Jan 1689
  • DEATH: ABT 1728, Chowan Co. North Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: [S574] [S2153]

Family 1 : Henry BONNER III
  1. +Henry BONNER IV
  2.  William BONNER
  3.  Deborah BONNER
  4.  Mary BONNER

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