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ADELBERT Duke of Alsace

ABT 0675 - 0720

ID Number: I53351

  • RESIDENCE: FR
  • BIRTH: ABT 0675, Alsace, France
  • DEATH: 0720
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1934] [S2016]
Father: ADALRIC Duke of Alsace
Mother: BERSWINDE of Autun & The Franks


Family 1 :
  1. +LUITFRIDE I Duke of Alsace

Notes


Aka: Adalbert, Duke of Alsace. Spouse: Gerlinde. [S2016]

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 _ADALRIC Duke of Alsace__________|
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|--ADELBERT Duke of Alsace
|  (0675 - 0720)
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|_BERSWINDE of Autun & The Franks_|
  (0645 - ....)                   |
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Miss CUSTIS

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I99784

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2103]

Family 1 : Henry PENDLETON

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Elizabeth GATEWOOD

ABT 1797 - 8 Jun 1880

ID Number: I74639

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA and 1829 Fayetteville, Fayette Co.VA(1863WV)
  • BIRTH: ABT 1797, Amherst Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 8 Jun 1880, Fayetteville, Fayette Co., West Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2823]

Family 1 : Charles BIBB
  1.  Deliah BIBB
  2.  William Cary BIBB
  3.  Martin BIBB
  4.  Sarah Jane BIBB
  5.  Nancy BIBB
  6.  Rachel BIBB
  7.  Jeanette BIBB
  8.  William L. BIBB
  9.  Benjamin BIBB
  10.  Lafayette BIBB
  11.  Robert BIBB
  12.  Julia Ann BIBB
  13.  Harriett BIBB

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Eugene Cameron GATEWOOD

27 Aug 1877 - 30 Nov 1926

ID Number: I49435

  • RESIDENCE: Fauquier Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 27 Aug 1877, Welby, Fauquier Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 30 Nov 1926, Fauquier Co. Virginia
  • BURIAL: Ivy Hill, Upperville
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1761] [S2127]
Father: William Bias GATEWOOD C.S.A.
Mother: Mary Welby DEBUTTS


Family 1 : Grace TYSON
  1.  Julia Campbell GATEWOOD

Notes


Bio: Eugene Cameron Gatewood is in the service of the Southern Railway, being one of the executive officials of that great system. His home interests are concentrated in Fauquier County, at Greenway Farm, where he has achieved reputation as a live stock breeder, being one of the leading Hereford breeders in Virginia.


Mr. Gatewood was born August 27, 1877, at Mount Welby, Fauquier County, near Linden, Virginia. He is a grandson of Samuel Vance Gatewood, a native of England, who on coming to america did pioneer work in opening up and developing Bath County, Virginia. He became a prosperous farmer and planter, and lost his life during the war between the states, being killed by a deserter from the Confederate army. On December 2, 1835, he married Eugenia S. Massie, a native of Albemarle County, Virginia. They were the parents of two sons and three daughters. Samuel Vance Gatewood was born March 16, 1810, and his wife was born February19, 1819.


William Bias Gatewood, son of Samuel Vance Gatewood and father of Eugene Cameron Gatewood, was born at "Mountain Grove," Bath County, Virginia, in July, 1846. He acquired his early education in Doctor Dinwiddie's school at Greenwood, Virginia, and at the University of Virginia. Early in the Civil war he was taken prisoner by the Federals when they ransacked the family home, "Mountain Grove," in Bath County. He made his escape, and, going to Colonel Mosby, sought the opportunity of serving in the command of that great leader, who, however, rejected him on account of his youth. He then joined his brother in General Jackson's command, and although not regularly enlisted, remained with that army as a dispatch bearer until the close of the war.


He entered the railway service as a young man and became an official of the Old Virginia Midland, Richmond and Danville railways. He lived for many years in Fauquier County, where he met and married Mary Welby DeButts, daughter of Richard Earle and Sarah Hall De Butts. She was born at Welby, near Upperville, in Fauquier County, December 18, 1852, and died July 29, 1900. Mrs. Gatewood was the mother of six children, of whom Eugene Cameron was the eldest.


Mr.Gatewood had one broher, lieut. Andrew Cameron Lewis Gatewood, subsequently Colonel Gatewood of the Confederate army. He was for many years a farmer in Pocahontas County, West Virginia. Mr. Gatewood remained with the Richmond and Danville Railroad until the time of his death, May 17, 1890.


Eugene Cameron Gatewood spent his childhood at "Mount Welby," near Linden. He attended public schools and Doctor Dinwiddie's school at Greenwood in Albemarle County. When sixteen years old he entered the railway service as a brakeman with the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, subsequently becoming an official of the Southern Railway.


Mr. Gatewood has been farming in Fauquier County since 1902. He came to his present home, "Greenway," near Rectortown, Fauquier County, in 1907. Since then he has been interested in breeding Herefor cattle, and has produced some good individuals. The Herefords from "Greenway" have been prize winners at the county and state fairs as well as the International Fat Stock Show, which is held in Chicago each year, one also winning at Richmond, Virginia, the grand championship for the best fat steer in Virginia in a class of one hundred. This steer dressed 67 per cent. During the World war Mr. Gatewood was registered under the draft laws, and as an officer of the Southern Railway had charge of furnishing railway equipment and the transportation of remounts ( horses ) for the Government for war purposes, and also acted as chairman of the Upperville branch of the Red Cross.He is a member of the Masonic Fraternity, including the Knights Templar and Shrine.


Mr. Gatewood married Miss Grace Tyson at Baltimore, December 5, 1901. Her father, Harry Hewlings Tyson , was a lieutenant in the Confederate navy and after the war engaged in farming at his home, "Glenelg," in Howard County, Maryland. He also represented his county in the State Legislature. He died September 9, 1887, at the age of forty-two, surviving his wife three years.The mother of Mrs. Gatewood was Julia Campbell Tyler, daughter of Robert Tyler, eldest son of John Tyler, President of the United States, and her mother was Priscilla Cooper of New York. Mrs. Gatewood has a sister, Marie Louise Tyson, and a brother, Allan Campbell Tyson.


On the 1910 Fauquier County, Virginia census records he is listed as follows.....
Gatewood, Eugene C. 32 born in Virginia,
Gatewood, Grace T.31; born in Maryland , wife;
Gatewood, Julia C. 6 born in Virginia daughter;
Gatewood, Mabel L. 23 born inVirginia sister;
Tyson, Marie L. 35 born in Maryland sister in law.


On the 1920 Fauquier County, Virginia census records he is listed as follows....
Gatewood, Eugene C., Gatewood,
Grace T. wife, Gatewood,
Julia C. daughter,
Gatewood, Mabel sister,
Tyson, Marie L. sister in law,
Butler, James handy man age 50 black.


Eugene Cameron GATEWOOD Birth: 27 Aug 1877 Death: 30 Nov 1926
Marriage 1 Grace TYSON b: 20 Jun 1878 Married: 5 Dec 1901
Children:
Julia Campbell GATEWOOD birth b: 19 Sep 1903 in Rectortown,VA, died unmarried.

[S2127]


                                                               _William GATEWOOD ___+
                                                              | (1745 - 1825) m 1799
                                _Samuel Vance GATEWOOD C.S.A._|
                               | (1810 - 1861) m 1835         |
                               |                              |_Jane WARWICK _______+
                               |                                (1779 - 1839) m 1799
 _William Bias GATEWOOD C.S.A._|
| (1846 - 1890)                |
|                              |                               _Henry MASSIE _______
|                              |                              | (1790 - ....)       
|                              |_Eugenie Sophie MASSIE _______|
|                                (1820 - 1884) m 1835         |
|                                                             |_Susanna LEWIS ______+
|                                                               (1800 - ....)       
|
|--Eugene Cameron GATEWOOD 
|  (1877 - 1926)
|                                                              _____________________
|                                                             |                     
|                               ______________________________|
|                              |                              |
|                              |                              |_____________________
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|_Mary Welby DEBUTTS __________|
  (1852 - 1900)                |
                               |                               _____________________
                               |                              |                     
                               |______________________________|
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                                                              |_____________________
                                                                                    

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John HERRING

1739 - Apr 1779

ID Number: I97414

  • RESIDENCE: Sussex, DE and Rockingham Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1739, Sussex, Delaware
  • DEATH: Apr 1779
  • RESOURCES: See: [S24]
Father: Alexander HERRING
Mother: Abigail HARRISON



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 _Alexander HERRING __|
| (1708 - 1778) m 1742|
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|--John HERRING 
|  (1739 - 1779)
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|_Abigail HARRISON ___|
  (1710 - 1780) m 1742|
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Hon. Thomas F. MARSHALL

7 Jun 1801 - 22 Sep 1864

ID Number: I84810

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • RESIDENCE: near Versailles, KY
  • OCCUPATION: Lawyer; KY Legislature; Politician and Orator
  • BIRTH: 7 Jun 1801, Frankfort, Kentucky
  • DEATH: 22 Sep 1864, near Versailles, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio notes
Father: Louis (Lewis) MARSHALL
Mother: Agatha SMITH


Notes


Bio: #8941: Lawyers and Lawmakers of Kentucky, by H. Levin, editor, 1897. Published by Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago. Reprinted by Southern Historical Press. p. 182.


Woodford County. THOMAS F. MARSHALL was born in Frankfort, Kentucky, June 7, 1801, and died near Versailles, September 22, 1864.


His father was Dr. Lewis Marshall, a brother of Chief Justice Marshall, of the United States supreme court. He was educated largely by his parents and completed his literary studies under the supervision of a relative, James Marshall, in Virginia. He studied law with John J. Crittenden, represented Woodford county in the legislature in 1832 and located in Louisville in 1833. He was elected to the legislature for the term of 1835-6 and was defeated in his aspiration to represent the Louisville district in congress by William J. Graves. Returning to Woodford county, which continued thenceforth to be his home, he represented the county in the legislature in 1838-1839 and 1851-1852, while for one term, 1841-1843, he was representative of the Ashland district in congress. His contest in 1845 with Garrett Davis for a seat in congress is a memorable one in the annals of politics in Kentucky. He was a Whig for a time, but had a disagreement with Henry Clay, taking issue with him concerning the United States Bank charter, the bankrupt bill, and the Texas annexation question.


He served one year as a captain of a cavalry company in the war with Mexico and offered as a candidate for the constitutional convention in 1849, but was defeated. He canvassed the state for James K. Polk in opposition to Clay, and advocated Gen. Winfield Scott's claims to the
presidency in 1852.


He gained an unenviable notoriety as a duelist, having met in such combat Hon. John Rowan, Col. James Watson Webb, and General James S. Jackson.


In various cities he delivered a series of lectures on historic subjects that evidenced great ability as a scholar, showing extended research and affording ample scope for the play of those powers of oratory for which he was noted. One of his most finished orations was a
tribute to the memory of the Hon. Richard H. Menefee, fittingly described as "a tribute of brilliant, but erratic genius to genius still more brilliant, but self-poised and commanding." His was a genius without stability or moral rectitude. He achieved fame as an orator, but left no
impress upon the period of his life of special benefit to his race or of service to his state or country."



                                                  _John MARSHALL of "The Forest"_+
                                                 | (1700 - 1752) m 1722          
                           _Thomas MARSHALL _____|
                          | (1730 - 1802) m 1754 |
                          |                      |_Elizabeth "Lizzie" MARKHAM ___+
                          |                        (1704 - 1779) m 1722          
 _Louis (Lewis) MARSHALL _|
| (1773 - 1866) m 1800    |
|                         |                       _William KEITH ________________
|                         |                      | (1710 - ....)                 
|                         |_Mary Randolph KEITH _|
|                           (1737 - 1809) m 1754 |
|                                                |_Mary Isham RANDOLPH __________+
|                                                  (1720 - ....)                 
|
|--Thomas F. MARSHALL 
|  (1801 - 1864)
|                                                 _______________________________
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|                          ______________________|
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|_Agatha SMITH ___________|
  (1780 - ....) m 1800    |
                          |                       _______________________________
                          |                      |                               
                          |______________________|
                                                 |
                                                 |_______________________________
                                                                                 

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Charlotte TAYLOR

8 Oct 1805 - 5 Jun 1867

ID Number: I91159

  • RESIDENCE: Warren Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 8 Oct 1805
  • DEATH: 5 Jun 1867
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2371]
Father: Joseph H. TAYLOR II
Mother: Sarah Elizabeth BEST


Notes


2 Charlotte TAYLOR b: 8 Oct 1805 d: 5 Jun 1867 + William WHITE

                                               _Zachary TAYLOR Sr.__+
                                              | (1707 - 1768) m 1737
                         _Joseph TAYLOR ______|
                        | (1728 - 1806) m 1750|
                        |                     |_Elizabeth LEE ______+
                        |                       (1709 - 1745) m 1737
 _Joseph H. TAYLOR II___|
| (1751 - 1818) m 1780  |
|                       |                      _____________________
|                       |                     |                     
|                       |_Nancy WALKER _______|
|                         (1729 - ....) m 1750|
|                                             |_____________________
|                                                                   
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|--Charlotte TAYLOR 
|  (1805 - 1867)
|                                              _____________________
|                                             |                     
|                        _____________________|
|                       |                     |
|                       |                     |_____________________
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|_Sarah Elizabeth BEST _|
  (1760 - 1834) m 1780  |
                        |                      _____________________
                        |                     |                     
                        |_____________________|
                                              |
                                              |_____________________
                                                                    

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Gustavus F. TRABUE

20 Apr 1820 - 1 Jan 1894

ID Number: I30576

  • RESIDENCE: Orange & Washington Cos. IN
  • BIRTH: 20 Apr 1820, IN
  • DEATH: 1 Jan 1894, Orange Co. IN
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: George Sallee TRABUE
Mother: Elizabeth Binford SALLEE


Family 1 : Content SHROYER
Family 2 : Catherine Jane MARTIN
  1. +Albert S. TRABUE

Notes


Listed on 1880 census in Washington Co. IN.

                                                   _David TRABUE Sr.____+
                                                  | (1737 - 1769) m 1760
                             _David TRABUE Jr.____|
                            | (1768 - 1842) m 1792|
                            |                     |_Mary SALLEE ________+
                            |                       (1741 - 1815) m 1760
 _George Sallee TRABUE _____|
| (1794 - 1882) m 1818      |
|                           |                      _Joseph SALLEE Sr.___
|                           |                     | (1750 - ....)       
|                           |_Judith SALLEE ______|
|                             (1770 - 1841) m 1792|
|                                                 |_____________________
|                                                                       
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|--Gustavus F. TRABUE 
|  (1820 - 1894)
|                                                  _Joseph SALLEE Sr.___
|                                                 | (1750 - ....)       
|                            _Joseph SALLEE Jr.___|
|                           | (1770 - ....)       |
|                           |                     |_____________________
|                           |                                           
|_Elizabeth Binford SALLEE _|
  (1798 - 1871) m 1818      |
                            |                      _____________________
                            |                     |                     
                            |_Judith E. PANKEY ___|
                              (1770 - ....)       |
                                                  |_____________________
                                                                        

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MANASSES "The Old" de Chalons de VERGY Comte De Vergy

0873 - 23 Oct 0918

ID Number: I58718

  • OCCUPATION: Comte de Chaunois et de Dijon
  • RESIDENCE: FR
  • BIRTH: 0873
  • DEATH: 23 Oct 0918 [284684]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2159]

Family 1 : ERMENGARDE de VIENNE of Provence
  1. +ERMENGARDE de VERGY
  2.  GISLEBERT de VERGY Duke de Bourgogne

Notes



[284684]
or d. 31 Oct 0920

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Mary WALKER

1679 - 1740

ID Number: I101146

  • RESIDENCE: New Kent Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1679, New Kent Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1740
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S2308] [S2578]

Family 1 : Thomas William MASSIE
  1. +Charles MASSIE

Notes


2nd wife

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