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Susannah ALVIS

1806 - ____

ID Number: I9225

  • RESIDENCE: Goochland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1806, Goochland Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S97] [S315] [S2927]
Father: Shadrach ALVIS
Mother: Judith HANCOCK


Family 1 : William C. RIGSBY

Notes


A Susan Alvis m. Abner L. Lewis of Prince Edward Co. VA, likely parents of Shadrach Alvis Lewis, b 4 Oct 1828 m. 26 Dec 1851 to Virginia Ann Pankey in Appomattox Co. VA; there was also a William Pankey Alvis b ca 1831 in Campbell Co. VA.

                                               _George ALVIS (ALVES) ____+
                                              | (1656 - 1734)            
                       _David ALVIS (OLVIS) I_|
                      | (1714 - 1787) m 1739  |
                      |                       |_Mary CRENSHAW? __________+
                      |                         (1700 - 1732)            
 _Shadrach ALVIS _____|
| (1750 - 1806) m 1784|
|                     |                        _Thomas STANLEY III_______+
|                     |                       | (1689 - 1754) m 1715     
|                     |_Elizabeth STANLEY? ___|
|                       (1718 - 1789) m 1739  |
|                                             |_Elizabeth MADDOX ________
|                                               (1693 - 1724) m 1715     
|
|--Susannah ALVIS 
|  (1806 - ....)
|                                              _Benjamin HANCOCK ________+
|                                             | (1710 - ....) m 1732     
|                      _Major HANCOCK Sr._____|
|                     | (1735 - 1820) m 1765  |
|                     |                       |_Elizabeth Jane JAMESTON _
|                     |                         (1710 - ....) m 1732     
|_Judith HANCOCK _____|
  (1768 - 1856) m 1784|
                      |                        _James THOMAS ____________+
                      |                       | (1726 - 1801)            
                      |_Ann THOMAS ___________|
                        (1749 - 1783) m 1765  |
                                              |__________________________
                                                                         

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Emperor I NAPOLEON BONAPARTE of France

15 Aug 1769 - 5 May 1821

ID Number: I92960

  • TITLE: Emperor I
  • RESIDENCE: France
  • BIRTH: 15 Aug 1769, Ajaccio, Corsica
  • DEATH: 5 May 1821, Isle of Saint Helena
  • BURIAL: Saint Helena, reinterrned 1840 Les Invalides, Paris, France
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3444]
Father: CARLO Maria BONAPARTE
Mother: Laetizia RAMOLINO of Naples


Family 1 : JOSEPHINE (Marie Josèphe Rose Tascher) de la PAGERIE of France
Family 2 : MARIE LOUISE von ÖSTERREICH Archduchess of Austria
  1.  NAPOLEON FRANCIS Joseph Charles BONAPARTE King of Rome

Notes


Napoleon functioned as an effective ruler of France beginning in 1799 and as Emperor 1804-1814; he also conquered and ruled over much of Western and Central Europe.


Napoleon appointed many members of Bonaparte Of Corsican origin, the Bonaparte (originally Buonaparte) family is the family of Napoleon I, who was elected as first consul of France on November 10, 1799 with the help of his brother, Lucien Bonaparte, president of the Council of Five Hundred at Saint-Cloud.


Napoleon I was crowned Emperor of France 1804-1814; the Bonaparte family also provided kings of Spain, Naples, Holland and Westphalia, and a second French Emperor, Napoleon III.


Napoléon Bonaparte Alternate meanings: See Napoleon (disambiguation) Napoleon is the name of France's two emperors of the Bonaparte dynasty:


Napoleon I (Napoleon Bonaparte, 1769-1821; reigned 1804-1814)
Napoleon III (Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte, 1808-1873; reigned 1852-1870).
The title of Napoleon II of France was applied by Bonapartists to Napoleon's son Napoleon Francis Joseph Charles Bonaparte, King of Rome, (1812-1833) who never reigned.


Nicknamed the Little Corporal after forces under his command forced the Austrian army to retreat at the Battle of Lodi in 1796, Napoléon was a brilliant military strategist, able to absorb the substantial body of military knowledge of his time and to apply it to the real-world circumstances of his era. An artillery officer by training, he used artillery innovatively as a mobile force to support infantry attacks. When appointed commander-in-chief of the ill-equipped French army in Italy, he managed to defeat Austrian forces repeatedly. In these battles, contemporary paintings of his headquarters show that he used the world's first telecommunications system, the Chappe semaphore line, first implemented in 1792. Austrian forces, led by Archduke Charles, had to negotiate an unfavorable treaty; at the same time, Napoléon organized a coup in 1797 which removed several royalists from power in Paris.


Invasion of Egypt, rise to dictatorship
In 1798, the French government, afraid of Bonaparte's popularity, charged him to invade Egypt in order to undermine Britain's access to India. An indication of Napoléon's devotion to the principles of the Enlightenment was his decision to take scholars along on his expedition: among the other discoveries that resulted, the Rosetta Stone was translated. He was defeated by Cezzar Ahmet in Syria near the Castle of Saida. Napoléon's fleet in Egypt was completely destroyed by Nelson at The Battle of the Nile, so that Napoléon became land-bound.


A coalition against France formed in Europe, the royalists rose again, and Napoléon abandoned his troops and returned to Paris in 1799; in November of that year, a coup d'état made him the ruler and military dictator ("First Consul") of France. According to the French Revolutionary Calendar, the date was 18 Brumaire.


Napoléon instituted several lasting reforms in the educational, judicial, financial and administrational system. His set of civil laws, the Napoleonic Code or Civil Code, has importance to this day in many countries. The Code was largely the work of Jean Jacques Régis de Cambacérès, who held the office Second Consul under Bonaparte from 1799 to 1804.


Struggle in Europe, rise to emperor
In 1800, Napoléon attacked and defeated Austria again; afterwards, the British also signed a peace treaty.


In 1802, Napoléon sold a large part of northern America to the United States as part of the Louisiana Purchase; he had just faced a major military setback when his army sent to conquer Santo Domingo and establish a base in the western world was destroyed by a combination of yellow fever and fierce resistance led by Toussaint L'Ouverture. With his western forces diminished, Napoléon knew he would be unable to defend Louisiana and decided to sell (see Louisiana Purchase).


After Napoléon had enlarged his influence to Switzerland and Germany, a dispute over Malta provided the pretext for Britain to declare war on France in 1803 and support French royalists who opposed Napoléon. Napoléon, however, crowned himself Emperor on December 2, 1804. Claims that he seized the crown out of the hands of Pope Pius VII during the ceremony in order to avoid subjecting himself to the authority of the Pontiff are apocryphal; after the Imperial regalia had been blessed by the Pope, Napoléon crowned himself before crowning his wife Josephine as Empress. Then at Milan's cathedral on May 26, 1805, Napoléon was crowned King of Italy.


A plan by the French, along with the Spanish, to defeat the British Royal Navy failed dramatically at the Battle of Trafalgar (21 October 1805), and Britain gained lasting control of the seas.


By 1805 the Third Coalition against Napoléon had formed in Europe; Napoléon attacked and secured a major victory against Austria and Russia at Austerlitz (2 December 1805) and, in the following year, humbled Prussia at the Battle of Jena-Auerstedt (14 October 1806). As a result, Napoléon became the de facto ruler over most of Germany. Napoléon marched on through Poland and then signed a treaty with the Russian tsar Alexander I, dividing Europe between the two powers. In the French part of Poland, he established the restored Polish state of Grand Duchy de Varsovie with the Saxonian King as a ruler.


Then on May 17, 1809 Napoléon ordered the annexation of the Papal States to the French empire.



Battles in Spain, Austria, and Russia
Napoléon attempted to enforce a Europe-wide commercial boycott of Britain called the "Continental System". He invaded Spain and installed his brother Joseph Bonaparte as king there. The Spanish rose in revolt, which Napoléon was unable to suppress. The British invaded Spain through Portugal in 1808 and, with the aid of the Spanish nationalists, slowly drove out the French. While France was engaged in Spain, Austria attacked in Germany, but after initial success suffered defeat at the Battle of Wagram (6 July 1809).


Alexander I of Russia had become distrustful of Napoléon and refused to co-operate with him against the British. Napoleon invaded Russia in 1812. Napoleon didn't take into account the advice of Poles, who predicted long-term war instead of quick victorious campaign. They proposed to gradually retrieve former Polish areas from the Russian hands and build there the base for the further war. As Poles predicted, the Russians under Kutuzov retreated instead of giving battle. Outside of Moscow on 12 September, the Battle of Borodino took place. The Russians retreated and Napoléon was able to enter Moscow, assuming that Alexander I would negotiate peace. Moscow began to burn and within the month, fearing loss of control in France, Napoléon left Moscow. The French Grand Army suffered greatly in the course of a ruinous retreat; the Army had begun as over 500,000 men, almost half of it was Polish, but in the end fewer than 10,000 crossed the Berezina River (November 1812) to escape. Encouraged by this dramatic reversal, several nations again took up arms against France. The decisive defeat of the French came at the Battle of Leipzig, also called "The Battle of the Nations" (October 16-October 19 1813).



Defeat, Exile in Elba, Return and Waterloo
In 1814 Great Britain, Russia, Prussia and Austria formed an alliance against Napoléon. Although the defense of France included many battles which the French won, the pressure became overwhelming. Paris was occupied on 31 March 1814. The marshals asked Napoléon to abdicate, and he did so on April 6 in favor of his son. The Allies, however demanded unconditional surrender and Napoléon abdicated again, unconditionally, on April 11. In the Treaty of Fontainebleau the victors exiled the Corsican to Elba, a small island in the Mediterranean 20 km off the coast of Italy. They let him keep the title of "Emperor" but restricted his empire to that tiny island.


Napoléon tried to poison himself and failed; on the voyage to Elba he was almost assassinated. In France, the royalists had taken over and restored King Louis XVIII to power. On Elba, Napoléon became concerned about his wife and, more especially, his son, in the hands of the Austrians; the French government refused to pay his allowance and he heard rumors that he was about to be banished to a remote island in the Atlantic. Napoléon escaped from Elba on February 26, 1815 and returned to the mainland on March 1, 1815. The French armies sent to stop him received him as leader. He arrived in Paris on March 20 with a regular army of 140,000 and a volunteer force of around 200,000 and governed for the Hundred Days.


Napoléon's final defeat came at the hands of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington and Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher at the Battle of Waterloo in present-day Belgium on 18 June 1815.


Off the port of Rochefort, Napoléon made his formal surrender while on the HMS Bellerophon, July 15, 1815.


Napoléon's exile to Elba is the inspiration for the famous palindrome: "Able was I ere I saw Elba."


Exile in Saint Helena and Death
Napoléon was imprisoned and then exiled by the British to the island of Saint Helena (2,800 km off the Bight of Guinea) starting on October 15, 1815. There, with a small cadre of followers, he dictated his memoirs and criticized his captors. In the last half of April 1821, he wrote out his own will and several codicils (a total of 40-odd pages) himself. His last words were: "France, the Army, Joséphine."


In 1955 the diaries of Louis Marchand, Napoleon's valet, appeared in print. He describes Napoléon in the months leading up to his death, and led many to conclude that he had been killed by arsenic poisoning. Arsenic was at the time sometimes used as an undetectable poison, administered over a long period of time. In 2001 Pascal Kintz, of the Strasbourg Forensic Institute in France, added credence to this claim with a study of arsenic levels found in a lock of Napoleon's hair preserved after his death, with seven to thirty-eight times normal levels.



Napoléon's tomb in Les Invalides More recent analysis on behalf of the magazine Science et Vie showed that similar concentrations of arsenic can be found in Napoléon's hair in samples taken from 1805, 1814 and 1821. The lead investigator (Ivan Ricordel, head of toxicology for the Paris Police) stated that if arsenic was the cause, he should have died years earlier. Arsenic was also used in some wallpaper, as a green pigment, and even in some patent medicines, and the group suggested that the most likely source in this case was a hair tonic. Prior to the discovery of antibiotics, arsenic was also a widely used, but ineffective, treatment for syphilis. This has led to speculation that Napoléon might have suffered from syphilis.


Napoléon married twice, first to Josephine de Beauharnais (whom he crowned as Empress Josephine, and by whom he had no heirs, leading to a divorce) and second to Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria, who became his second empress. He had one child by Marie-Louise: Napoléon Francis Joseph Charles Bonaparte (1812-1833), King of Rome (known as Napoleon II of France although he never ruled). Napoléon also had at least two illegitimate children: Charles, Count Léon, (1806 - 1881) (son of Louise Catherine Eléonore Denuelle de la Plaigne 1787 - 1868) and Alexandre Joseph Colonna, Count Walewski, (1810 - 1868) (son of Maria, Countess Walewski 1789 - 1817), who both had descendants.


There is other information saying he had more illegitimate children, Emilie Louise Marie Francoise Josephine Pellapra, (daughter of Francoise-Marie LeRoy), Karl Eugin von Mühlfeld (son of Victoria Kraus), and Barthélemy St. Hilaire (unknown). Also Helene Napoleone Bonaparte (daughter of Countess Montholon).


He had asked in his will to be buried on the banks of the Seine, but when he died in 1821 he was buried on Saint Helena. In 1840 his remains were taken to France and entombed in Les Invalides, Paris.


Napoleon's marshals included Jean Baptiste Bessieres, Jean Baptiste Bernadotte, Joachim Murat, Louis Nicolas Davout, Louis Alexandre Berthier, Michel Ney, Josef Antoni Poniatowski, Pierre Francois Charle Augereau, Emmanuel Grouchy, Jean Lannes, Auguste Marmont, Laurent, Marquis de Gouvion Saint-Cyr, Nicolas Oudinot, Nicolas Jean de Dieu Soult, Guillaume Brune, Francois Christophe Kellerman, Francois Lefebvre, Jean Baptiste Jourdan, Bon Adrien Moncey, Jacques Macdonald, Andre Massena, Eduoard Mortier, Claude Perrin Victor, Dominique Perignon, Jean Mathieu Serrurier, Louis Gabriel Suchet.


*****
Napoleon killed by enema within 23jul04


THE enduring mystery surrounding the demise of Napoleon Bonaparte has just been given another twist.


The official verdict, supported by an autopsy, was that he died of stomach cancer on May 5, 1821, at the age of 51. French conspiracy theorists suspect he was slowly poisoned with arsenic by royalist spies.


But, according to New Scientist, all are wrong.


"Medical misadventure" by Napoleon's over-enthusiastic doctors was to blame, according to forensic pathologist Steven Karch, of the San Francisco Medical Examiner's Department.


Every day, the doctors gave Napoleon an enema to relieve his symptoms of a sick stomach and intestinal cramping.


"They used really big, nasty syringe-shaped things," Karch says.



This, combined with regular doses of antimony potassium tartrate to induce vomiting, would have left him perilously short of potassium, which can lead to a lethal heart condition in which the blood flow to the brain is disrupted by irregular heartbeats.


Karch's theory is that any arsenic in Napoleon's body, which may have come from smoke or other environmental sources, would have made him more vulnerable to this condition, but would not on its own have been lethal.


The final straw would have been a massive 600 milligram dose of a purgative, mercuric chloride, which would have sent his potassium levels plummeting. He died two days after this treatment. - AFP http://www.heraldsun.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,5478,1021578 5%5E663,00.html


Spouses/Children:
1. Josephine Tascher de la Pagerie
2. Herzogin Marie-Louise Léopoldine Françoise Thérèse Joséphine Lucie von Österreich
Napoleon II Franz Joseph Karl Bonaparte
3. Eleonore Denuelle; Napoleon also married Eleonore Denuelle, daughter of Dominique Denuelle and Francoise Couprie. (Eleonore Denuelle was born on 3 Sep 1787 in St Eustache, Paris and died on 30 Jan 1868 in Paris.)
Comte Charles Leon+
4. Marie Laczynska; Napoleon also married Marie Laczynska, daughter of Count Mathieu Laczynska and Eva Zaborowska. (Marie Laczynska was born on 7 Dec 1786 and died on 11 Dec 1817 in Paris.)
Alexandre Walewski+
5. Francoise-Marie LeRoy
Emilie Louise Marie Francoise Josephine Pellapra+
6. Countess Montholon
Helene Napoleone Bonaparte
7. Victoria Kraus
Karl Eugin von Mühlfeld
8. NN
Barthélemy St. Hilaire Born: 1805 Died: 1895




                                  __
                                 |  
                               __|
                              |  |
                              |  |__
                              |     
 _CARLO Maria BONAPARTE ______|
| (1746 - 1785) m 1764        |
|                             |   __
|                             |  |  
|                             |__|
|                                |
|                                |__
|                                   
|
|--NAPOLEON BONAPARTE of France
|  (1769 - 1821)
|                                 __
|                                |  
|                              __|
|                             |  |
|                             |  |__
|                             |     
|_Laetizia RAMOLINO of Naples_|
  (1750 - 1836) m 1764        |
                              |   __
                              |  |  
                              |__|
                                 |
                                 |__
                                    

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Ellen Sanders DIXON

1853 - ____

ID Number: I44981

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 1853
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1627]
Father: Thomas Ferguson DIXON
Mother: Sarah Ann SIMS


Family 1 : George S. BATES

                                                  _Thomas DIXON Jr.____________
                                                 | (1750 - ....)               
                          _William George DIXON _|
                         | (1783 - 1840) m 1811  |
                         |                       |_Ann FERGUSON _______________+
                         |                         (1760 - ....)               
 _Thomas Ferguson DIXON _|
| (1818 - 1905)          |
|                        |                        _William Gunnell SANDERS Sr._
|                        |                       | (1769 - 1825)               
|                        |_Nancy Ann SANDERS ____|
|                          (1793 - 1851) m 1811  |
|                                                |_Mary YOUNG _________________
|                                                  (1774 - 1827)               
|
|--Ellen Sanders DIXON 
|  (1853 - ....)
|                                                 _____________________________
|                                                |                             
|                         _Joseph SIMS __________|
|                        | (1780 - 1838)         |
|                        |                       |_____________________________
|                        |                                                     
|_Sarah Ann SIMS ________|
  (1825 - 1896)          |
                         |                        _____________________________
                         |                       |                             
                         |_Sarah_________________|
                           (1780 - ....)         |
                                                 |_____________________________
                                                                               

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JAMES "the Gross" DOUGLAS 7th Earl of Douglas

1371 - 24 Mar 1443

ID Number: I57585

  • OCCUPATION: Earl of Avondale
  • RESIDENCE: Balveny, Scotland
  • BIRTH: 1371
  • DEATH: 24 Mar 1443
  • BURIAL: Douglas, Scotland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2295] [S2434] [S3640] [S3181]
Father: ARCHIBALD "the Grim" DOUGLAS 3rd Earl of Douglas
Mother: JOHANNA MORAY


Family 1 : BEATRICE STEWART\STUART
Family 2 : BEATRIX SINCLAIR
  1. +BEATRIX DOUGLAS
  2. +JANET DOUGLAS
  3.  WILLIAM DOUGLAS 8th Earl Of Douglas
  4.  ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS 4th Earl of Moray
  5.  HUGH DOUGLAS Earl of Ormond
  6.  JOHN DOUGLAS of Balveny
  7.  HENRY DOUGLAS
  8.  MARGARET DOUGLAS
  9.  ELIZABETH DOUGLAS
  10.  JAMES DOUGLAS 9th Earl of Douglas

Notes


The Complete Peerage vol.IV,p.432 & 435. Married to Stuart, Beatrix; Married BEF 7 MAR 1425 to Sinclair, Beatrix. Stuart, Beatrix died: ABT 1424 Not shown in Stammtafeln. Also called Beatrix Sinclair.


(B) James Douglas, Earl of Avondale, 7th Earl of Douglas (d 24.03.1443) m. (before 07.03.1425-6) Beatrix Sinclair (dau of Henry Sinclair, 2nd Earl of Orkney)












[S3181]


                                                                                                               _WILLIAM "le Hardi" DOUGLAS Knt._+
                                                                                                              | (1260 - 1298)                   
                                                    _JAMES "the Good Sir James" DOUGLAS Lord of Douglas, Knt._|
                                                   | (1265 - 1330)                                            |
                                                   |                                                          |_ELIZABETH STEWART ______________+
                                                   |                                                            (1245 - ....)                   
 _ARCHIBALD "the Grim" DOUGLAS 3rd Earl of Douglas_|
| (1325 - 1400) m 1362                             |
|                                                  |                                                           _________________________________
|                                                  |                                                          |                                 
|                                                  |__________________________________________________________|
|                                                                                                             |
|                                                                                                             |_________________________________
|                                                                                                                                               
|
|--JAMES "the Gross" DOUGLAS 7th Earl of Douglas
|  (1371 - 1443)
|                                                                                                              _________________________________
|                                                                                                             |                                 
|                                                   _MAURICE MORAY Earl of Strathearn Knt.____________________|
|                                                  | (1305 - 1346) m 1339                                     |
|                                                  |                                                          |_________________________________
|                                                  |                                                                                            
|_JOHANNA MORAY ___________________________________|
  (1340 - ....) m 1362                             |
                                                   |                                                           _JOHN MENTEITH Lord Arran________+
                                                   |                                                          | (1285 - 1344) m 1309            
                                                   |_JOANNA MENTEITH _________________________________________|
                                                     (1311 - 1367) m 1339                                     |
                                                                                                              |_ELEN de MAR ____________________+
                                                                                                                (1293 - 1342) m 1309            

Sources

[S2295]

[S2434]

[S3640]

[S3181]

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Gibson FOOTE

3 Dec 1736 - 1770

ID Number: I82789

  • RESIDENCE: Stafford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 3 Dec 1736, Stafford Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1770, Stafford Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3092]
Father: George FOOTE I
Mother: Frances BERRYMAN


Notes


ii. Gilson FOOTE was born 3 Dec 1736 in Stafford, Virginia, and died 1770 in Stafford County VA. He married Hannah Ball DANIELS 15 Mar 1765 in Fauquier Co., VA.

                                                          _Richard FOOTE I "the Immigrant"_
                                                         | (1632 - 1724) m 1657            
                       _Richard FOOTE II "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1665 - 1724)                    |
                      |                                  |_Hester HAYWOOD _________________
                      |                                    (1639 - 1729) m 1657            
 _George FOOTE I______|
| (1706 - 1759) m 1731|
|                     |                                   _________________________________
|                     |                                  |                                 
|                     |__________________________________|
|                                                        |
|                                                        |_________________________________
|                                                                                          
|
|--Gibson FOOTE 
|  (1736 - 1770)
|                                                         _John BERRYMAN "the Immigrant"___
|                                                        | (1617 - 1679) m 1659            
|                      _Benjamin BERRYMAN _______________|
|                     | (1669 - 1729) m 1708             |
|                     |                                  |_Jane BALDRIDGE _________________+
|                     |                                    (1630 - ....) m 1659            
|_Frances BERRYMAN ___|
  (1710 - 1750) m 1731|
                      |                                   _John NEWTON I "the immigrant"___+
                      |                                  | (1639 - 1697) m 1677            
                      |_Elizabeth NEWTON ________________|
                        (1685 - 1762) m 1708             |
                                                         |_Rosanna "Rose" STURMAN _________+
                                                           (1629 - 1710) m 1677            

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Eugene Williams GILLIAM

17 Oct 1873 - ____

ID Number: I42611

  • RESIDENCE: of Prince Edward Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 17 Oct 1873
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: Henry Evander GILLIAM
Mother: M. Alice SEARS



                                                  _Richard Curd GILLIAM _+
                                                 | (1771 - 1855) m 1798  
                          _Spencer GILLIAM ______|
                         | (1805 - 1879) m 1839  |
                         |                       |_Mary ROBERTSON _______
                         |                         (1775 - ....) m 1798  
 _Henry Evander GILLIAM _|
| (1845 - 1900) m 1868   |
|                        |                        _Henry Guerrant DUPUY _+
|                        |                       | (1788 - 1815) m 1809  
|                        |_Mary Elizabeth DUPUY _|
|                          (1810 - 1890) m 1839  |
|                                                |_Sarah TAYLOR _________
|                                                  (.... - 1849) m 1809  
|
|--Eugene Williams GILLIAM 
|  (1873 - ....)
|                                                 _______________________
|                                                |                       
|                         _______________________|
|                        |                       |
|                        |                       |_______________________
|                        |                                               
|_M. Alice SEARS ________|
  (.... - 1888) m 1868   |
                         |                        _______________________
                         |                       |                       
                         |_______________________|
                                                 |
                                                 |_______________________
                                                                         

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William GREGORY

12 May 1767 - 21 May 1840

ID Number: I55215

  • RESIDENCE: King William Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 12 May 1767
  • DEATH: 21 May 1840, King William Co. VA
  • BURIAL: "Elsing Green" King William Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2004]
Father: Roger GREGORY
Mother: Mary Cole CLAIBORNE


Family 1 : Anne SUTHERLAND
  1. +Fendall GREGORY

Notes


Children
Fendall Gregory
William Gregory
Mary Gregory
Roger Gregory b: 8 MAY 1795

[S2004]


                                                  _Richard GREGORY II_____________+
                                                 | (1669 - 1710)                  
                        _Richard GREGORY III_____|
                       | (1695 - 1742) m 1727    |
                       |                         |________________________________
                       |                                                          
 _Roger GREGORY _______|
| (1729 - 1803) m 1756 |
|                      |                          _Thomas WEST ___________________+
|                      |                         | (1675 - ....)                  
|                      |_Agnes WEST _____________|
|                        (1700 - ....) m 1727    |
|                                                |________________________________
|                                                                                 
|
|--William GREGORY 
|  (1767 - 1840)
|                                                 _Thomas CLAIBORNE of Sweet Hall_+
|                                                | (1680 - 1732) m 1703           
|                       _Nathaniel H. CLAIBORNE _|
|                      | (1716 - 1756)           |
|                      |                         |_Anne FOX ______________________+
|                      |                           (1684 - 1733) m 1703           
|_Mary Cole CLAIBORNE _|
  (1737 - 1771) m 1756 |
                       |                          _William COLE __________________+
                       |                         | (1692 - 1729)                  
                       |_Jane COLE ______________|
                         (1720 - ....)           |
                                                 |_Mary ROSCOW ___________________+
                                                   (1694 - ....)                  

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ALICE SAVAGE

____ - ____

ID Number: I96281


Family 1 : WILLIAM BRERETON
  1. +MARY BRERETON

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Francis TALIAFERRO "of The Mount"

ABT 1655 - 1710

ID Number: I16519

  • OCCUPATION: Justice Of Essex Co. 1695-1700
  • RESIDENCE: Gloucester & Essex Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1655, Glouchester Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1710, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S494] [S511] [S597] [S602] [S613] [S1670]
Father: Robert TALIAFERRO I "the Immigrant"
Mother: Katherine DEBNAM


Family 1 : Elizabeth CATLETT
  1. +John TALIAFERRO "of The Mount"
  2.  Zachery (Zacharia) TALIAFERRO
  3. +Sarah TALIAFERRO
  4.  Francis TALIAFERRO
  5. +Elizabeth TALIAFERRO
  6.  Robert TALIAFERRO of Stafford
  7.  Agatha TALIAFERRO
  8. +Richard TALIAFERRO
  9. +William TALIAFERRO
  10. +Sarah TALIAFERRO

Notes


Francis died intestate but the will of his son Robert of Stafford 1698-1726, mentions his siblings living on 3 Dec 1725, the date of his will. Robert's brothers were John d 1763; William d. 1757; Richard (1705-1779) and his Sister, Elizabeth m. Thos. Stribling d 1765. Robert's will is printed in Essex Co. Wills pp 155-56.


Their children were:
a. Francis, b 1687; died after 1697.
b. John of the Mount d 1763 married about 1720 to Agatha Hay, daughter of John Hay and Anne Robinson.
c. Sarah Taliaferro d Feb 1716 married George Mason II 1660-Jan 1716
d. Eiza. Taliaferro d 1765 m Thomas Stribling 1690-1754 of Prince William Co VA
e. Robert Taliaferro of St. Paul's Parish, Stafford Co VA 1698-1726, unmarried
f. Major William Taliaferro d 1757 married Ann Walker, daughter of James Walker and Clara Robinson.
g. Richard Taliaferro of Powhatan, James City Co VA 1705-1779 married Elizabeth Eggleston, daughter of Richard Eggleston of Powhatan.
e. Agatha.
On 5 Sep 1687, Francis and Elizabeth Taliaferro made a deed to John Battaille for 300 acres of land, reciting that Col. John, in his last will did bequeath the said land to his two daus.


*** Francis-4 Taliaferro "Of The Mount" was born about 1654. He died about 1710.
He was married to Elizabeth Catlett. Francis Taliaferro "Of The Mount" and Elizabeth Catlett had the following children:
i. Agatha-5 Taliaferro.
ii. John-5 Taliaferro "Of The Mount".
iii. Francis-5 Taliaferro was born before 1687.
iv. Zachary-5 (Zacharia) Taliaferro was born in 1687.
v. Robert-5 Taliaferro was born in 1689. He died in 1725/26 in Saint Paul's Parish, Stafford County, VA.
vi. Richard-5 Taliaferro.
vii. Capt. William-5 Taliaferro.
viii. Elizabeth-5 Taliaferro. [S511] [S613]


                                                                        _Bartholomew TALIAFERRO Sr._+
                                                                       | (1530 - 1601) m 1583       
                                       _Francis TALIAFERRO ____________|
                                      | (1589 - 1647) m 1613           |
                                      |                                |_Joane LANE ________________+
                                      |                                  (1562 - ....) m 1583       
 _Robert TALIAFERRO I "the Immigrant"_|
| (1626 - 1671) m 1654                |
|                                     |                                 ____________________________
|                                     |                                |                            
|                                     |_Bennett HAIE\HAY ______________|
|                                       (1589 - 1629) m 1613           |
|                                                                      |____________________________
|                                                                                                   
|
|--Francis TALIAFERRO "of The Mount"
|  (1655 - 1710)
|                                                                       ____________________________
|                                                                      |                            
|                                      _William DEBNAM "the Immigrant"_|
|                                     | (1600 - 1655)                  |
|                                     |                                |____________________________
|                                     |                                                             
|_Katherine DEBNAM ___________________|
  (1628 - 1680) m 1654                |
                                      |                                 ____________________________
                                      |                                |                            
                                      |_Katherine______________________|
                                        (1600 - ....)                  |
                                                                       |____________________________
                                                                                                    

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Cuthbert WILLIAMSON

ABT 1710 - ____

ID Number: I80419

  • RESIDENCE: Surry Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1710
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2453]
Father: John WILLIAMSON "the Immigrant"
Mother: Rebecca CHAMBERLAYNE



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 _John WILLIAMSON "the Immigrant"_|
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|--Cuthbert WILLIAMSON 
|  (1710 - ....)
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|_Rebecca CHAMBERLAYNE ___________|
  (1690 - ....)                   |
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