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BERSWINDE of Autun & The Franks

ABT 0645 - ____

ID Number: I53353


Family 1 : ADALRIC Duke of Alsace
  1. +ADELBERT Duke of Alsace

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[S1996]

[S2016]


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Lucy Nelson AMBLER

4 Aug 1776 - 27 Apr 1846

ID Number: I84812

  • RESIDENCE: Richmond, VA
  • BIRTH: 4 Aug 1776, New Castle, Hanover Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 27 Apr 1846, Richmond, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3144]
Father: Jaquelin AMBLER
Mother: Mary (Rebecca?) BURWELL


Family 1 : Daniel MCCALL

Notes


Lucy married Daniel Call, lawyer and legal reporter, Richmond.


29. VIII. Lucy Nelson Ambler((4)), b. Aug. 4, 1776, at New Castle, Hanover County, Virginia; d. April 27, 1846, Richmond, Virginia. Married Daniel Call; had one daughter, who married Daniel N. Nelson, and died in childbirth with her infant.


                                                             _John AMBLER _____________________
                                                            | (1660 - ....) m 1682             
                            _Richard AMBLER "the Immigrant"_|
                           | (1690 - 1766) m 1729           |
                           |                                |_Elizabeth BICKERDIKE ____________
                           |                                  (1660 - ....) m 1682             
 _Jaquelin AMBLER _________|
| (1742 - 1798) m 1764     |
|                          |                                 _Edward JAQUELIN "the Immigrant"__+
|                          |                                | (1668 - 1730) m 1706             
|                          |_Elizabeth JAQUELIN ____________|
|                            (1709 - 1756) m 1729           |
|                                                           |_Martha CARY _____________________+
|                                                             (1686 - 1738) m 1706             
|
|--Lucy Nelson AMBLER 
|  (1776 - 1846)
|                                                            _Nathaniel BURWELL of "Fairfield"_+
|                                                           | (1680 - 1721) m 1709             
|                           _Lewis BURWELL of White Marsh___|
|                          | (1710 - 1752) m 1736           |
|                          |                                |_Elizabeth CARTER ________________+
|                          |                                  (1688 - 1734) m 1709             
|_Mary (Rebecca?) BURWELL _|
  (1746 - ....) m 1764     |
                           |                                 _Francis WILLIS "the Immigrant"___+
                           |                                | (1680 - 1727)                    
                           |_Mary WILLIS ___________________|
                             (1714 - 1746) m 1736           |
                                                            |_Anne RICH _______________________
                                                              (1695 - 1727)                    

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William COLLIER "The Immigrant"

ABT 1585 - bet 29 May 1670 - 5 July 1671

ID Number: I44070

  • OCCUPATION: Grocer, freeman
  • RESIDENCE: Southwark, Surrey, ENG & 1633 Plymouth & Duxbury, MA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1585, of Southwark, Surrey, England
  • DEATH: bet 29 May 1670 - 5 July 1671, Duxbury, MA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1484] [S1600] [S1602]

Family 1 :
  1. +Sarah COLLIER
  2.  Mary COLLIER

Notes


Admitted 1 January 1633/4 [PCR 1:4, 21]. In list of freemen, 7 March 1636/7 [PCR 1:52]. In Plymouth section of list of 1639 (where his name is crossed out and reentered in the Duxbury section) [PCR 8:173-74]. In Duxbury section of lists of 1658 and 29 May 1670 (where his name is crossed out and marked "deceased" [PCR 5:274, 8:198]. EDUCATION: His appointment to the committee to review the laws speaks of considerable education.


On 5 July 1671 the court appointed Gov. Mr. Constant Southworth, Mr. Thomas Clarke, and "Benjamine Barlett," or any three of them to administer the estate of "Mr. William Collyare," deceased [PCR 5:68]. On 29 October 1671 the court ordered that "Daniell Cole" was to have all such particulars out of the estate of "William Collyare" that are extant [PCR 5:80].



[S1602]

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Mary DAVIS

1737 - 1817

ID Number: I101148

  • RESIDENCE: Hanover and Albemarle Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 1737, Hanover Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1817, Spring Valley, Albemarle Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS

Family 1 : Charles MASSIE
  1. +John MASSIE

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Andrew Warwick GATEWOOD

1881 - ____

ID Number: I49437

  • RESIDENCE: Big Spring, Pocahontas Co. WVA and 1910 Botetourt Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1881
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1761]
Father: Andrew Cameron Lewis GATEWOOD C.S.A.
Mother: Mary Skillern WARWICK


Notes


He is found on the 1910 Botetourt County, Virginia census.....Gatewood, Andrew W. 29 born in West; Virginia Brown, Y 25 wife born in West Virginia.

                                                                       _William GATEWOOD _________+
                                                                      | (1745 - 1825) m 1799      
                                        _Samuel Vance GATEWOOD C.S.A._|
                                       | (1810 - 1861) m 1835         |
                                       |                              |_Jane WARWICK _____________+
                                       |                                (1779 - 1839) m 1799      
 _Andrew Cameron Lewis GATEWOOD C.S.A._|
| (1843 - 1919) m 1869                 |
|                                      |                               _Henry MASSIE _____________
|                                      |                              | (1790 - ....)             
|                                      |_Eugenie Sophie MASSIE _______|
|                                        (1820 - 1884) m 1835         |
|                                                                     |_Susanna LEWIS ____________+
|                                                                       (1800 - ....)             
|
|--Andrew Warwick GATEWOOD 
|  (1881 - ....)
|                                                                      ___________________________
|                                                                     |                           
|                                       _James W. WARWICK ____________|
|                                      | (1813 - 1880) m 1844         |
|                                      |                              |___________________________
|                                      |                                                          
|_Mary Skillern WARWICK _______________|
  (1845 - 1922) m 1869                 |
                                       |                               _Francis Warwick GATEWOOD _+
                                       |                              | (1800 - 1863) m 1822      
                                       |_Elizabeth Jane GATEWOOD _____|
                                         (1823 - 1880) m 1844         |
                                                                      |_Margaret Skillern BEALE __+
                                                                        (1804 - 1894) m 1822      

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John Alexander HERRING Sr. of Retirement

____ - AFT 1864

ID Number: I97416

  • RESIDENCE: near Dayton, Shenandoah Valley, VA
  • DEATH: AFT 1864
  • RESOURCES: See: notes

Notes


Sunday, May 16, 2004 - Torching of Virginia valley remembered
By Linda Wheeler-The Washington Post


COURTESY JOHN L. HEATWOLE COLLECTION
Union Gen. Philip H. Sheridan's campaign across the Shenandoah Valley left a swath of destruction. John Heatwole has recounted the campaign in "The Burning: Sheridan's Devastation of the Shenandoah Valley."


Everyone seems to know that Gen. William T. Sherman marched across Georgia to the sea in December 1864 and left ruined buildings and lives along his 300-mile route. Less well-known is the devastation wrought by Gen. Philip H. Sheridan on a sliver of Virginia, the Shenandoah Valley, where homes, barns and mills were burned and dozens of families were left destitute in September and October of the same year.
Although the destruction in dollars was greater in Georgia, the human impact was far more intense in the Shenandoah Valley, because family farms and small towns were targeted, according to author and historian John Heatwole.


The 140th anniversary of the "Burning," as Sheridan's campaign became known, as well as the battles of New Market, Second Kernstown, Third Winchester, Cedar Creek and others, will be commemorated this year in the Shenandoah Valley.


Valley's surroundings


A part of the Great Valley of Virginia, the Shenandoah Valley is about 125 miles long, running from the northern part of Rockbridge County in the south to the Potomac River in the north. It is 25 miles wide at its widest point and is bounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains on the east and the foothills of the Alleghenies to the west.


Before the war, the Shenandoah Valley was known for its network of family farms, which produced huge amounts of wheat, corn and livestock.


By 1864, the Union realized that it had to oust the southern army from the valley to protect nearby Maryland and Washington, D.C., and destroy resources that had supported the enemy.


Upcoming events


The "Burning" is the subject of two conferences scheduled in the Shenandoah Valley:
Friday-Saturday: Harrisonburg and Rockingham County, www.ShenandoahAtWar.org or 540-568-8043.


Oct. 22-24: Rockingham County, www.cwea.net, 800-298-1861.


Other events: Contact Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation (www.ShenandoahAtWar.org) or call 540-740-4545.


The Washington Post


On Aug. 26, Gen. Ulysses S. Grant ordered Sheridan to "give the enemy no rest, and ... do all the damage to railroads and crops you can. Carry off stock of all description, and Negroes, so as to prevent further planting. If the war is to last another year, we want the Shenandoah Valley to remain a barren waste."


Sheridan, after two weeks of torching private property, reported to Grant that his men had destroyed "630 barns; 47 flouring mills; 4 sawmills; 1 woolen mill; 3,982 tons of hay, straw and fodder; more than 400,000 bushels of wheat; 3 furnaces; 515 acres of corn; 750 bushels of oats; more than 3,000 head of life stock; 560 barrels of flour; 2 tanneries; 1 railroad depot; 1 locomotive engine; and 2 boxcars."


Although Grant did not order homes to be destroyed and Sheridan did not account for any, that was what happened, according to Heatwole's book "The Burning, Sheridan in the Shenandoah Valley." His accounts of homes burned for spite, vengeance or through carelessness come from diaries, letters, military reports and newspaper stories.


A Pennsylvania cavalryman wrote home in mid-October: "We burnt some sixty houses and all most of the barns, hay, grain and corn in the shocks for fifty miles (south of) Strasburg. ... It was a hard-looking sight to see the women and children turned out of doors at this season of the year."


Among the unfortunate was John Alexander Herring Sr., who was ill in bed in late September when soldiers showed up at his 1776 estate, Retirement, near Dayton.


Soldiers carried the owner out of the house and dumped him onto the lawn.


From there, he and his wife watched as household possessions were thrown through smashed windows and the house set afire along with the barn and other outbuildings.



Given only moments to flee


Some families were given a few minutes to grab furniture and clothing before their homes were set ablaze.


They loaded whatever they had saved onto wagons supplied by Sheridan and joined the long line of refugees following the Union army north, camping with the soldiers for the limited protection that provided against highway robbers out to steal what little they had.


A correspondent traveling with the army wrote: "Hundreds of nearly starving people are going North. Our trains are crowded with them. They line the wayside. Hundreds more are coming; not half the inhabitants of the valley can subsist on it in its present condition."


Grant's strategy worked. The valley no longer could sustain the Confederate army or supply Gen. Robert E. Lee as he defended Richmond, Va.


The end was months away.

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Catherine Jane MARTIN

Feb 1826 - AFT 1900

ID Number: I30578

  • RESIDENCE: Washington Co. IN
  • BIRTH: Feb 1826, IN
  • DEATH: AFT 1900
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]

Family 1 : Gustavus F. TRABUE
  1. +Albert S. TRABUE

Notes


On the 1900 census in Washington Co. IN

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Archibald MCDUFFIE

1813 - AFT 1860

ID Number: I99786

  • RESIDENCE: NC and Monroe Co. AL
  • BIRTH: 1813, North Carolina
  • DEATH: AFT 1860, Monroe Co. Alabama
  • RESOURCES: See: notes census [S1615] [S3623]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) MCDUFFIE OR MACDUFFIE


Family 1 : Nancy Matilda JOHNSON
  1.  Margaret "Maggie" A. MCDUFFIE
  2.  Mary Belle MCDUFFIE

Notes


5 trees on Ancestry.com - none have Archibald's parents.


1860 United States Federal Census Monroe Co. AL.
Household of Archibald Mcduffie Name Home in 1860
(City,County,State) Age in 1860 Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Gender Race


Archibald Mcduffie Not Stated, Monroe, AL 46 1813 North Carolina Male
Nancy Mcduffie Not Stated, Monroe, AL 36 1823 Alabama Female


Margaret Mcduffie Not Stated, Monroe, AL 9 1850 Alabama Female


John Mcduffie Not Stated, Monroe, AL 7 1852 Alabama Male


William Mcduffie Not Stated, Monroe, AL 5 1854 Alabama Male


Mary Mcduffie Not Stated, Monroe, AL 3 1856 Alabama Female


Archibald Mcduffie Not Stated, Monroe, AL 10.12 Alabama Male



Children:
2 Margaret McDuffie b: 1851 d: + Robert Watkins McCants b: 25 SEP 1847 d: 1 JUN 1921
2 John McDuffie , Sr. b: 1853 d: 28 JUN 1905 + Virginia Marion Lett b: 1858 d:
2 William McDuffie b: 1855 d:
2 Mary Belle McDuffie b: 25 JUL 1856 d: 30 MAY 1920 + Mark Parker Stallworth , Jr. b: 9 JUN 1853 d: 25 SEP 1894
2 Archibald McDuffie , Jr. b: 1860 d: 1874
2 Laura McDuffie b:




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 _(RESEARCH QUERY) MCDUFFIE OR MACDUFFIE _|
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|--Archibald MCDUFFIE 
|  (1813 - 1860)
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