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Charity BROWNE

ABT 1697 - AFT 1752

ID Number: I72625

  • RESIDENCE: King George and Prince William Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1697
  • DEATH: AFT 1752, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS AF [S2772]
Father: Maxfield BROWNE
Mother: Sarah NEWMAN


Family 1 : Isaac SETTLE
  1.  Martha Ann SETTLE
  2. +George SETTLE
  3. +William SETTLE

Notes


"Isaac SETTLE (son of John SETTLE and his wife Mary STROTHER SETTLE) and Charity BROWNE (daughter of Maxfield BROWNE and his wife Sarah NEWMAN BROWNE) were married at St. Paul's Church at Fauquier Co., Virginia 24 Sep 1726. Src: Saint Paul's Church Registry."


Charity BROWNE b. 1705 Virginia

[S2772]


                                                       _Richard BROWNE _____+
                                                      | (1618 - 1670)       
                       _William BROWNE _______________|
                      | (1642 - 1677) m 1662          |
                      |                               |_Eader JAMES ________
                      |                                 (1626 - ....)       
 _Maxfield BROWNE ____|
| (1665 - 1745)       |
|                     |                                _____________________
|                     |                               |                     
|                     |_Elizabeth MAXFIELD ___________|
|                       (1642 - 1684) m 1662          |
|                                                     |_____________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Charity BROWNE 
|  (1697 - 1752)
|                                                      _____________________
|                                                     |                     
|                      _Thomas NEWMAN "the Immigrant"_|
|                     | (1620 - ....)                 |
|                     |                               |_____________________
|                     |                                                     
|_Sarah NEWMAN _______|
  (1670 - ....)       |
                      |                                _____________________
                      |                               |                     
                      |_______________________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |_____________________
                                                                            

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[S2772]


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Elizabeth Ann "Betsy" DODD

ABT 1807 - ____

ID Number: I85229

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1807, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3151]
Father: James DODD
Mother: Isabella CLEMENTS


Family 1 : Cornelius "Neil" CLEMENTS

                                             __
                                            |  
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |__
                      |                        
 _James DODD _________|
| (1780 - ....)       |
|                     |                      __
|                     |                     |  
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |__
|                                              
|
|--Elizabeth Ann "Betsy" DODD 
|  (1807 - ....)
|                                            __
|                                           |  
|                      _William CLEMENTS ___|
|                     | (1750 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |__
|                     |                        
|_Isabella CLEMENTS __|
  (1780 - ....)       |
                      |                      __
                      |                     |  
                      |_Isabella HILLIARD __|
                        (1750 - ....)       |
                                            |__
                                               

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[S3151]


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Thomas HAILE

ABT 1710 - ____

ID Number: I15363

  • RESIDENCE: Wales & S. Farnham Parish, Essex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1710, Wales
  • DEATH: Mecklenbueg Co. VA?
  • RESOURCES: See: CONFLICT SEE NOTES [S125] [S439] [S962]
Father: John HAILE "the Immigrant"
Mother: Mary


Family 1 : Elizabeth GATEWOOD
  1. +Benjamin HAILE
  2.  Cathy HAILE
  3.  Gatewood HAILE

Notes


CONFLICT: Shows Thomas Haile m. by Dec 1748. Thomas, son of John Haile & Mary. Thomas & Elizabeth sold land in S. Farnham Par. in 1753, that Thomas had bought from his bro Benjamin Haile. Elizabeth GATEWOOD m. to Benjamin HAILE Marriage Date: Before 1748. shows m. to Thomas Haile abt 1748. Gatewood, Elizabeth Birth : ABT 1726 Essex Co., Virginia, Parents: Thomas Gatewood and Elizabeth Dudley. Conflict in children of this couple.


C- Thomas Haile m Elizabeth Gatewood. Their children that I can prove were Caty who m Mark Bell (or Ball). And Benjamin. (In Thomas Gatewood's will names his dau Elizabeth Haile and in the settlement Thomas Haile inherits in rights of his wife.).


[S125] [S454] [S439] [S962]


                                 __
                                |  
                              __|
                             |  |
                             |  |__
                             |     
 _John HAILE "the Immigrant"_|
| (1690 - ....)              |
|                            |   __
|                            |  |  
|                            |__|
|                               |
|                               |__
|                                  
|
|--Thomas HAILE 
|  (1710 - ....)
|                                __
|                               |  
|                             __|
|                            |  |
|                            |  |__
|                            |     
|_Mary_______________________|
                             |
                             |   __
                             |  |  
                             |__|
                                |
                                |__
                                   

Sources

[S125]

[S439]

[S962]

[S125]

[S454]

[S439]

[S962]


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Dabney HERNDON

14 Apr 1783 - 20 Dec 1824

ID Number: I40567

  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 14 Apr 1783
  • DEATH: 20 Dec 1824
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1482] [S1503] [S1954]
Father: Joseph HERNDON Sr. Of "Mattapony"
Mother: Nancy Mary MINOR


Family 1 : Elizabeth HULL
  1. +William Lewis HERNDON
  2. +Ann Hull HERNDON
  3.  John Minor HERNDON
  4.  Brodie Strachan HERNDON
  5.  Dabney HERNDON
  6. +Charles HERNDON

Notes


Father: Edward HERNDON b: ABT. 1742 in Caroline Co., VA
Mother: Nancy Mary MINOR b: 7 MAR 1741/42 in Caroline Co., VA

[S1503]


                                                               _Edward HERNDON I_____________+
                                                              | (1678 - 1758) m 1698         
                                     _Edward HERNDON II Gent._|
                                    | (1702 - 1759) m 1729    |
                                    |                         |_Mary WALLER "the Immigrant"__+
                                    |                           (1674 - 1721) m 1698         
 _Joseph HERNDON Sr. Of "Mattapony"_|
| (1737 - 1810) m 1765              |
|                                   |                          _Joseph BROCK "the Immigrant"_
|                                   |                         | (1668 - 1742)                
|                                   |_Mary BROCK _____________|
|                                     (1715 - ....) m 1729    |
|                                                             |_Mary CLAYTON ________________
|                                                               (1672 - 1769)                
|
|--Dabney HERNDON 
|  (1783 - 1824)
|                                                              _Garrett MINOR _______________+
|                                                             | (1679 - 1720) m 1706         
|                                    _John Vivion MINOR ______|
|                                   | (1707 - 1754) m 1732    |
|                                   |                         |_Diana VIVION ________________+
|                                   |                           (1685 - 1718) m 1706         
|_Nancy Mary MINOR _________________|
  (1741 - 1822) m 1765              |
                                    |                          _Thomas CARR II_______________+
                                    |                         | (1664 - 1737) m 1704         
                                    |_Sarah Dabney CARR ______|
                                      (1714 - 1774) m 1732    |
                                                              |_Mary DABNEY _________________+
                                                                (1680 - 1748) m 1704         

Sources

[S1482]

[S1503]

[S1954]

[S1503]


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Fletcher Hargrove HIGGINBOTHAM

28 Jun 1858 - 12 Mar 1947

ID Number: I24646

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • OCCUPATION: Farmer
  • BIRTH: 28 Jun 1858, Amherst Co. VA
  • DEATH: 12 Mar 1947, Amherst Co. VA
  • BURIAL: Amherst Cemetery, Amherst, Amherst Co. VA.
  • RESOURCES: See: [S611]
Father: Rufus Anderson HIGGINBOTHAM
Mother: Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzie" HARGROVE


Family 1 : Margaret "Maggie" Brown HILL
  1.  Mabel Christine HIGGINBOTHAM
  2.  Esley Myers HIGGINBOTHAM
  3.  James Henry HIGGINBOTHAM
  4.  Cyrie Paxton HIGGINBOTHAM
  5.  Cyrus HIGGINBOTHAM
  6.  Charlotte Elizabeth HIGGINBOTHAM
  7.  Samuel Claudie HIGGINBOTHAM
  8.  Emma Rose HIGGINBOTHAM
  9.  Sidney Fletcher HIGGINBOTHAM
  10.  Mary Lou HIGGINBOTHAM
  11.  Brown Hill HIGGINBOTHAM
Family 2 : Eleanor (Ela) COFFEY
  1.  Charles Rufus HIGGINBOTHAM Sr.
  2.  Maggie Ela HIGGINBOTHAM
  3.  Thomas Joseph HIGGINBOTHAM

                                                                  _Aaron HIGGINBOTHAM II_+
                                                                 | (1752 - 1794) m 1775  
                                      _Absolom HIGGINBOTHAM _____|
                                     | (1781 - 1866) m 1806      |
                                     |                           |_Nancy CROXTON ________+
                                     |                             (1756 - 1823) m 1775  
 _Rufus Anderson HIGGINBOTHAM _______|
| (1814 - 1878) m 1837               |
|                                    |                            _Benjamin SANDIDGE ____+
|                                    |                           | (1758 - 1829) m 1783  
|                                    |_Mary C. "Polly" SANDIDGE _|
|                                      (1789 - 1871) m 1806      |
|                                                                |_Elizabeth CHILDRESS __+
|                                                                  (1765 - 1845) m 1783  
|
|--Fletcher Hargrove HIGGINBOTHAM 
|  (1858 - 1947)
|                                                                 _______________________
|                                                                |                       
|                                     _Joseph HARGROVE Esq.______|
|                                    | (1790 - 1837)             |
|                                    |                           |_______________________
|                                    |                                                   
|_Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzie" HARGROVE _|
  (1818 - 1902) m 1837               |
                                     |                            _______________________
                                     |                           |                       
                                     |___________________________|
                                                                 |
                                                                 |_______________________
                                                                                         

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Col. Zackquill MORGAN

ABT 1740 - ____

ID Number: I47421

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War; 2nd Permanent Settler; owned 1st tavern in Morgantown
  • RESIDENCE: DE and 1766 Monongalia Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740
  • RESOURCES: See: notes
Father: Morgan MORGAN


Notes


Morgantown was not named after Morgan Morgan, it was named after is son Zackquill Morgan


"Most historians believe that David Morgan and his younger brother Zackquill Morgan were the next Europeans to attempt a permanent settlement in Monongalia County. They left Delaware and reached present-day Morgantown in 1766 or 1767.


Zackquill decided to build his home near Decker's Creek. David continued down the Monongahela River and settled in present-day Marion County. Other accounts suggest that Bruce Worley and his brother, Nathan, arrived in the county the year before the Morgans arrived.


Most historians credit Zackquill Morgan as Monongalia County's second permanent settler, citing as evidence Colonel William Crawford's sworn deposition. Colonel Crawford indicated that Zackquill Morgan, James Chew, and Jacob Prickett moved into present-day North-Central West Virginia in 1766, and that he personally visited Morgan's farm, near Decker's Creek.


Zackquill Morgan, son of Morgan Morgan, served in both the French and Indian War and in the American Revolutionary War, rising to the rank of Colonel. He received a legal certificate for 400 acres of land in the Morgantown area in 1781. In October 1785, at Colonel Morgan's request, the Virginia General Assembly specified that 50 acres of his land was to be laid out in lots of a half acre each, and a town, named Morgans-Town, established on the site. The lots were to be auctioned off and the proceeds given to Colonel Morgan. Initially, the land deeds required purchasers to build a house of at least 18 square feet on the lot within four years, but because of Indian hostilities the four-year time limit was extended in 1789 by the Virginia General Assembly an additional five years.


Important Events in Monongalia County during the 1700s


Monongalia county government's first organizational meeting took place at Jonathan Coburn's home on December 8, 1776. His home was located about two miles east of present-day Morgantown. Captain John Dent was named the county's sheriff. Because the new county's population was concentrated in the county's northern portion, it was decided to hold the county court meetings at Theophilus Phillips' plantation, Phillips' Choice, a few miles from New Geneva, in present-day Springhill Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania. In 1782, after the extension of the Mason-Dixon line made his home a part of Pennsylvania, the county seat was moved south, first to Colonel John Evans' home and ultimately to Zackquill Morgan's home in present-day Morgantown. The county court was held in Morgan's home while a courthouse was constructed in the public square in what was then called Morgan's Town. The wooden court house was completed sometime between 1782 and 1785 at a cost of $250. It was at about this time (1784) that George Washington visited the area.


In 1790, when the first national census was taken, Monongalia County had the sixth largest population (4,768) of the nine counties that were then in existence in present-day West Virginia. Berkeley County had the largest population (19,713) and Randolph County had the smallest population (951). Overall, in 1790, there were 55,873 people living in present-day West Virginia.


In 1793, the Pittsburgh Gazette began delivering its paper to Morgantown and opened a road to it. The road's opening encouraged more people to move to the town and helped the local economy to grow, especially during the early 1800s as many pioneers heading west stopped in Morgantown for supplies.


Important Events in Monongalia County during the 1800s


In 1804, Morgantown's Monongalia Gazette and Morgantown Advertiser became the first newspaper published west of the Alleghenies.


During the 1700s, most economic activity in North-Central West Virginia was conducted through barter (trade). Occasionally, tobacco was used as currency. That changed during the early 1800s. The opening of the road to Pittsburgh during the 1790s allowed monetary transactions to take place in present-day Monongalia County using Pittsburgh banks. In 1809, using money for economic transactions became a little easier when a bank opened in Washington, Pennsylvania, and in 1812, when one opened in Uniontown. In 1814, the first bank in Monongalia County opened for business. It operated out of Captain W. N. Jarrett's home in Morgantown and continued in operation until 1840.


The Monongalia County Seat


Michael Kern's grist mill was Morgantown's first commercial enterprise. It was established around 1772.


Zackquill Morgan opened the town's first tavern in 1783.


Thomas Laidley opened the town's first general store in 1783 and by 1790 there were two tanneries and several iron furnaces in operation.


By 1800, Morgan's Town was comprised of about 40 homes and five taverns. Among the first ordinances created by the town's trustees in 1810 was one creating a fine for galloping horses in the streets and another regulating the hours of the Market House, which was the only place in town allowed to sell meat."


References:
Monongalia Historical Society. 1926. Sesqui-Centennial of Monongalia County, West Virginia. Morgantown, WV: Monongalia Historical Society.
Monongalia Historical Society. 1954. The 175th Anniversary of the Formation of Monongalia County, West Virginia and other Relative Historical Data.
Morgantown, WV: Monongalia Historical Society.
Wiley, Samuel T. 1883. History of Monongalia County, West Virginia. Kingwood: Preston Publishing Company.


Author
Dr. Robert Jay Dilger, Director, Institute for Public Affairs and Professor of Political Science, West Virginia University.
October 2, 2002.
http://www.polsci.wvu.edu/wv/Monongalia/monhistory.html




                                             _(RESEARCH QUERY) MORGAN of PA and MD_+
                                            |                                      
                       _Thomas MORGAN ______|
                      | (1680 - 1732)       |
                      |                     |______________________________________
                      |                                                            
 _Morgan MORGAN ______|
| (1720 - ....)       |
|                     |                      ______________________________________
|                     |                     |                                      
|                     |_Givyn_______________|
|                       (1690 - 1746)       |
|                                           |______________________________________
|                                                                                  
|
|--Zackquill MORGAN 
|  (1740 - ....)
|                                            ______________________________________
|                                           |                                      
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |______________________________________
|                     |                                                            
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      ______________________________________
                      |                     |                                      
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |______________________________________
                                                                                   

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King JOACHIM MURAT of Naples

25 Mar 1767 - 13 Oct 1815

ID Number: I95400

  • TITLE: King
  • RESIDENCE: Naples and France
  • OCCUPATION: Napoleon's Army-Marshall Murat; roi, de Naples; roi, de Sicile
  • BIRTH: 25 Mar 1767, La Bastide-Fortunière
  • DEATH: 13 Oct 1815, executed Castello di Pizzo
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3444]

Family 1 : CAROLINE BONAPARTE of Naples

Notes


Father: Pierre MURAT Mother: Jeanne LOUBIÈRES


Biographies
A Taste of Gerard Walter's sketch of: Murat, Deacon, Waiter, General, Marshal, King
Translated by David Block


One of the most flamboyant figures of the Napoleonic period was Joachim Murat. His father, a hotel keeper, intended him to become a priest. Having been ordained a sub-deacon, young Murat spent his time pursuing women and frequenting houses, and he was soon expelled from the seminary. Poorly received by his family, he enrolled in a cavalry regiment (February 1787). He acquired a very bad reputation and was released after two years. His father refused to receive him...


At the Ministry of War Murat was believed to be an ex-nobleman belonging to the aristocratic Murats d'Auvergne. He had to get together certificates and affidavits countersigned by influential political men to demonstrate that he was "un vrai sans-culotte" [that he really didn't have any trousers?]...


He fell deeply in love with a certain Signora Ruga, wife of a respectable notary of Brescia, and she was pleased to grant to this superb French officer the favors requested by him, to such an extent that Murat completely forgot that he had an army troop to command and prolonged his stay in Brescia indefinitely. Bonaparte judged it necessary to remind him of his duties. Murat responded with an indignant letter: he did not deserve to be treated this way, he should be shown more regard and consideration should be given to his bravery, the services he had performed, etc. Bonaparte reassured him: "I know how I should value your military talents, your courage, your zeal. I have never had any idea which could be the least bit disfavorable, but I thought that you were more necessary at your division than with your mistress in Brescia, particularly since the honeymoon is over [surtout passe le premier moment]." Hardly returned, although necessary at his division, Murat received another mission as unmilitary as possible. He was sent to Rome to obtain various domestic objects and other things for Josephine. He lived there for a month, very agreeably as a tourist, but upon his return he was tested severely: four battles in ten days (Lavis 9/5; Bassano 9/8; Cerea 9/12; Saint-Georges 9/15). He made himself noticed by acts of great bravery, as if he wanted to prove that the life of pleasure he had led had not in any way diminished his eagerness to fight (a trait deeply characteristic was reported by General Colbert: Murat always made arrangements to pass the night in some hospitable bed. "But if you are surprised what will you do?" he was asked by Colbert, who was his aide de camp at the time. "Oh well, I would get on my horse in my nightgown; I could be better seen that way!" replied Murat.


Napoleon's letter — 21 June 1797.


Colbert's Souvenirs. Vol.1, p. 93.


Napoleon's youngest sister, Caroline, decided to marry Murat. He was a superb male, a perfect animal. But he wore a fine uniform, was a magnificent horseman, and knew how to hug a girl tightly in his arms... Napoleon took Murat with him to Egypt, thinking that during his absence Carolyn would forget him. It was quite the contrary. All of Bonaparte's efforts to make her change her mind were of no avail. At Saint Helena he said, "I opposed as much as I could the marriage of Caroline with Murat, telling her she would repent it." It was wasted effort. Finally he yielded, perhaps to reward Murat for the valuable services he performed on 18 brumaire. The wedding took place 18 January 1800. Hardly married, Murat had to leave for Italy. Caroline, pregnant, remained in Paris.


Bertrand's Cahiers de Sainte-Helene notes for 1 February, 1817.
http://www.napoleonseries.org/articles/biographies/murat.cfm


Child: Napoléon Achille MURAT
Child: Laetitia Joséphine MURAT
Child: Napoléon Lucien MURAT
Child: Louise Julie Caroline MURAT


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Della ROGILLIO

ABT 1880 - ____

ID Number: I63342

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1880
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2035]
Father: Rufus R. ROGILLIO
Mother: Mary Elizabeth GORE


Family 1 : Palmer Smith THOMS
  1. +Stella THOMS

Notes


"parents were Rufus R. Rogillio Sr b. 3/14/1853 and Mary Elizabeth Gore b. 5/25/1856 and d. 11/9/1935." [S2035]

                           __
                          |  
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                       |  |
                       |  |__
                       |     
 _Rufus R. ROGILLIO ___|
| (1853 - ....)        |
|                      |   __
|                      |  |  
|                      |__|
|                         |
|                         |__
|                            
|
|--Della ROGILLIO 
|  (1880 - ....)
|                          __
|                         |  
|                       __|
|                      |  |
|                      |  |__
|                      |     
|_Mary Elizabeth GORE _|
  (1856 - 1935)        |
                       |   __
                       |  |  
                       |__|
                          |
                          |__
                             

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[S2035]

[S2035]


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Margaret A. SHIPP

ABT 1792 - ____

ID Number: I68709

  • RESIDENCE: KY and IL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1792, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2612]
Father: Laban SHIPP
Mother: Elizabeth ALLEN


Family 1 : William Trabue MAJOR Sr.

Notes


Removed to Illinois after marriage.

[S2612]


                                                _Thomas SHIPP _______+
                                               | (1695 - 1745) m 1725
                       _John SHIPP ____________|
                      | (1729 - 1778)          |
                      |                        |_Elizabeth DONIPHAN _+
                      |                          (1698 - 1752) m 1725
 _Laban SHIPP ________|
| (1757 - 1828) m 1789|
|                     |                         _William JOHNSON ____+
|                     |                        | (1714 - 1765) m 1744
|                     |_Sarah "Sally" JOHNSON _|
|                       (1733 - 1785)          |
|                                              |_Elizabeth CAVE _____+
|                                                (1728 - 1785) m 1744
|
|--Margaret A. SHIPP 
|  (1792 - ....)
|                                               _____________________
|                                              |                     
|                      ________________________|
|                     |                        |
|                     |                        |_____________________
|                     |                                              
|_Elizabeth ALLEN ____|
  (1770 - ....) m 1789|
                      |                         _____________________
                      |                        |                     
                      |________________________|
                                               |
                                               |_____________________
                                                                     

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[S2612]


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