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Thomas BRADFORD

1755 - ABT 1809

ID Number: I92211

  • RESIDENCE: North Ireland and Greene Co. PA and Bracken Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1755, North Ireland
  • DEATH: ABT 1809, Bracken Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3424]
Father: Robert BRADFORD "the Immigrant"


Notes


Marriage 1 Lydia BRADFORD b: 1771 in Pennsylvania, Married: Wft Est 1783-1804 1


Children:
James BRADFORD b: 7 Jan 1794 in Greene, PA
Mary Ann BRADFORD b: 1799 in Greene, PA
Elizabeth BRADFORD b: 1801
Charles BRADFORD b: 1805 in Greene, PA
William BRADFORD b: 1807


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 _Robert BRADFORD "the Immigrant"_|
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|--Thomas BRADFORD 
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Cornelia S. GATEWOOD

1848 - ____

ID Number: I44232

  • RESIDENCE: Shenandoah Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1848
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1605]
Father: John GATEWOOD C.S.A.
Mother: Emily BARE



                                                  _John GATEWOOD ______+
                                                 | (1763 - 1830) m 1789
                        _Charles Peter GATEWOOD _|
                       | (1790 - 1830) m 1815    |
                       |                         |_Sarah DEYERLE ______+
                       |                           (1769 - 1847) m 1789
 _John GATEWOOD C.S.A._|
| (1819 - 1868) m 1841 |
|                      |                          _Jeremiah MCKAY _____+
|                      |                         | (1754 - 1826) m 1774
|                      |_Susannah MCKAY _________|
|                        (1792 - ....) m 1815    |
|                                                |_Lydia WHITSON ______+
|                                                  (1754 - ....) m 1774
|
|--Cornelia S. GATEWOOD 
|  (1848 - ....)
|                                                 _____________________
|                                                |                     
|                       _Samuel BARE ____________|
|                      | (1800 - ....)           |
|                      |                         |_____________________
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|_Emily BARE __________|
  (1823 - ....) m 1841 |
                       |                          _____________________
                       |                         |                     
                       |_Emily A.________________|
                         (1800 - ....)           |
                                                 |_____________________
                                                                       

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James HARGROVE

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I94581

  • RESIDENCE: of Lawrence Co. AL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780

Family 1 : Mary MITCHELL
  1.  Lucy HARGROVE?

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Hugh RIGBY

____ - AFT 1805

ID Number: I66119

  • RESIDENCE: Craven Co. NC & Warren Co. GA
  • DEATH: AFT 1805, Probably Warren Co.Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2494]

Family 1 :
  1. +William RIGBY
  2. +Sarah RIGBY

Notes


In 1805 Georgia Land Lottery with three of his (likely) sons, including William. Possibly physically incapacitated; excused from Craven Co. North Carolina taxes in 1765.
Spouse Unknown
2 William Rigby d: ABT. OCT 1835 + Mary --?-- b: ABT. 1774 d: AFT. 1850
2 Thomas Rigby + Jean Reel
2 Sarah Rigby b: ABT. 1765 d: BEF. 1840 + Joshua Rowe b: 7 MAY 1761 d: ABT. 1842
2 David Rigby + Betsy Harris

[S2494]

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James TUTT

ABT 1763 - 15 Aug 1828

ID Number: I99948

  • OCCUPATION: Rev War; DAR Patriot-Midshipmen on the Dragon
  • RESIDENCE: King George and Culpeper and Harrison Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1763, King George Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 15 Aug 1828, Harrison Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3626]
Father: Richard III TUTT
Mother: Million KENYON


Family 1 : Griselda "Grissy" Anne BROWN

Notes


James Tutt b c 1755 d p 1821 VA m X Mid VA Midshipman Virginia


"The History of Virginia's Navy of the Revolution" by Robert Armistead Stewart, 1934 pages 5 7,58 Chapter VII, The Tartar, The Dragon and the Tempest.
These three vessels, associated in enterprise in 1778, were given their devastating names, presumably with the design of striking terror into their adversaries . . . . .
The Dragon was an inspiration of Col. Fielding Lewis of Fredericksburg, and in that town her keel was laid in the late autumn of 1776. Capt. Callender, formerly of the Defiance, was assigned to superintend the building of the galley in December, 1776, and on October 9 of the following year he was appointed her captain, with John Lurty of the Page galley named first lieutenant.
The Dragon's first year of service was passed on the Rappahannock River. . . . .
Footnote: Offiers of the Dragon, not long after she went into service were: Eleazer Callender, Capt.; John Hamilton, 1st Lt.; Midshipmen Francis Webb; Alvin Wilson; Joshua McWilliams; and Benjamin Rust; sailing-master Wolling Smith; gunner Iveson Nuttall; gunner's mate, John Nuttall. Later, Samuel Eskridge, Edward Eskridge, and James Tutt were Midshipmen, and Theophelus Field was Lt., on the Dragon.


"Roster of The Virginia Navy of The Revolution, pages 260, 261
TUTT, James. Midshipman, Dragon, June 25, 1777 to Jan. 24, 1778. LBP (Land Bounty Claim Papers, Virginia State Archives) James Jennings. In Culpeper petition, Feb. 1, 1822, James Tutt stated that he entered the Revolutionary service as a private in the marine corps, and when this branch was disbanded he joined the 2nd regiment of Va. troops as a cadet under Capt. Thos. Minor. He was marched to Williamsburg, where meeting Capt. Callender of the Dragon, he was prevailed upon to transfer to the naval service, in which he was appointed a Midshipman. BH (Virginia Soldiers of 1776, containing record of heirs) 1048.


James Tutt's dau. Ellen md. a Mr. Spillman, and his dau. Polly md. Silas Hickman, of Morgan Co., Ohio.


"Genealogical and Historical Notes on Culpeper County, Virginia" by Raleigh Travers Green
II Marriage Records, p. 64 Silas Hickerson and Polly Tutt, 1811.



"The Tutt Family of Virginia" Compiled by Augusta B. Fothergill about 1926 page 28-29
James-4 Tutt eldest son of Richard-3 Tutt was evidently born in the County of King George before his parents removed to Culpeper County. No date of his marriage can be found but proof exists in a deed executed by William Brown Gent. in which he conveyed to his son in law James Tutt negro slaves by name Bob, Rachel and Sall with the increase of the women and which were then in possession of the said James Tutt. Witnessed by William Brown, William C. Brown and Richard Yancy, December 8th, 1783. (Deed Book H, page 170 Culpeper County)


October 18th, 1792, James Tutt and wife Grissy (Griselda?) of Culpeper County conveyed to Richard Tutt of the same county for the sum of 490 pounds current money the tract of land lying on Muddy Run which was willed to the said James by his father Richard Tutt deceased. (Deed Book 3, 352)


November 24, 1808, James Tutt conveyed to Archibald Tutt a part of the tract of land which belonged to their brother Richard Tutt lying on Muddy Run on which the said Archiblad now lives. (Deed Book D, page 97)


James Tutt paid taxes on 2 slaves, 2 head of horses and 7 head of cattle in the year 1782. His mother Million Tutt paid on 13 slaves, 2 horses and 9 head of cattle in the same year; also on 570 acres of land which was reduced to 270 acres in the last year in which she paid which was 1814. In that year, he was still paying on 394 acres which was described as lying 6 miles N.W. of the courthouse near Salem Church. (Land Tax Records Virginia State Archives)


The book in which the will of James Tutt was recorded was lost or carried away during the war 1861-1865 so that we cannot tell just what children he left at that time but in Minute Book 16, page 355, is the following entry: "At a quarterly Court continued and held for Culpeper County on Tuesday the 31st day of August, 1832.


The Court doth order it to be certified that James Tutt deceased departed this life some time since leaving as heirs at Law Mary Nickerson the wife of Silas Hickerson and the following grand children namely Alexander H. Spilman, Mary J. Spilman who has since intermarried with Aylette Miller, Eliza Spilman who has since intermarried with James C. Chandler, Mildred T. Spilman who has since intermarried with Jacob W. Resor and Decatur Spilman children of his daughter Eleanor who intermarried with Robert B. Spilman these being the only heirs at law of the said James Tutt decd. an officer in the War of the Revolution."


Another proof of the Revolutionary service of James Tutt is found in the Council Journal 1776-7, page 323, in the Virginia State Archives; "James Tutt ensign was paid 64 pounds current money on account."


There is no further record to prove just how far he was promoted since he does not appear on any further pay rolls. Sometimes at the expiration of their term of enlistment the men reenlisted in some other branch of the service, received no further pay and so their records are not preserved anywhere."


Children:
Mary "Polly" Tutt b. 1791 Marriage: 15 DEC 1811 in Culpeper County,Virginia Silas Hickerson Birth: 1790 Death: Morgan County,Ohio
Eleanor Tutt b. 1793 + Robert Baldwin Spillman (Husband) b. 1790




[S3626]


                                               _Richard I TUTT "the Immigrant"?_+
                                              | (1670 - 1728) m 1703            
                       _Richard II TUTT ______|
                      | (1705 - 1766) m 1731  |
                      |                       |_Mary UNDERWOOD _________________+
                      |                         (1680 - ....) m 1703            
 _Richard III TUTT ___|
| (1736 - 1771)       |
|                     |                        _Richard JOHNSON ________________+
|                     |                       | (1680 - 1726) m 1712            
|                     |_Elizabeth JOHNSON ____|
|                       (1715 - 1766) m 1731  |
|                                             |_Jael HARRISON __________________+
|                                               (1675 - 1733) m 1712            
|
|--James TUTT 
|  (1763 - 1828)
|                                              _________________________________
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|                      _Abraham KENYON _______|
|                     | (1720 - ....)         |
|                     |                       |_________________________________
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|_Million KENYON _____|
  (1740 - ....)       |
                      |                        _________________________________
                      |                       |                                 
                      |_Elizabeth WADDINGTON _|
                        (1720 - ....)         |
                                              |_________________________________
                                                                                

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Sir GERALD UFFLETE Knt.

____ - ABT 1420

ID Number: I28311

  • TITLE: Sir
  • RESIDENCE: England
  • DEATH: ABT 1420
  • RESOURCES: See: [S504] [S633]

Family 1 : ELIZABETH FitzAlan ARUNDEL of Arundel
  1. +CATHERINE de UFFLETE

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Will proved in Feb 1420/1.

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