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Christian du PLESSIS PLESSETIS

ABT 1263 - AFT 8 May 1331

ID Number: I29122

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1263, Of Stottesdon, Shropshire, England
  • DEATH: AFT 8 May 1331
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:V9SJ-PS) [S1123] [S1905]
Father: HUGH PLESSIS PLESSETIS


Family 1 : JOHN SEGRAVE Lord of Seagrave, Knt
  1. +STEPHEN JOHN de SEGRAVE Lord of Segrave
  2. +ELLEN MARGARET de SEGRAVE

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Prince EUGENE Rose de BEAUHARNAIS of France

3 Sep 1781 - 21 Feb 1824

ID Number: I95392

  • TITLE: Prince
  • OCCUPATION: Viceroy of Italy; Prince of Venice; Hereidarty Grand Duke of Frankfurt
  • RESIDENCE: France and Italy and Germany (Bavaria)
  • BIRTH: 3 Sep 1781, Paris, France
  • DEATH: 21 Feb 1824, Munich, Germany
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3444]
Father: ALEXANDRE de BEAUHARNAIS Vicomte de Beauharnais
Mother: JOSEPHINE (Marie Josèphe Rose Tascher) de la PAGERIE of France


Family 1 : AUGUSTA Amalia Ludovika Georgia von WITTELSBACH Princess of Bavaria
  1.  JOSEPHINE de BEAUHARNAIS Princess of Leuchtenberg

Notes


He became the stepson and adopted child of Napoleon.
In 1804 he was made an official member of the imperial family as His Imperial Highness Eugene de Beauharnais, Prince of France. In 1805, he added Viceroy of Italy to his titles. In 1807, he was named Prince of Venice. He was created Hereditary Grand Duke of Frankfurt by his stepfather in 1810 and made Duke of Leuchtenberg and Prince of Eistadt by his father-in-law in 1817.



Beauharnais married in 1806 Her Serene Highness Princess Augusta Amalia Ludovika Georgia von Wittelsbach.
Children:
Josephine m. Oscar I of Sweden
Eugénie Hortense Auguste de Beauharnais
Charles Auguste Eugène Napoléon de Beauharnais, married the Queen Mary II of Portugal. (Maria II da Gloria, Queen of Portugal (April 4, 1819 - November 15, 1853), was the daughter of the future King Pedro IV (Emperor of Brazil as Pedro I). She was only six years old when, on May 2, 1826, her father made her Queen of Portugal under the auspices of a constitutional government; she was seven years old when she was married to her uncle, Dom Miguel on 5 November 1826. Only two years later, Miguel declared himself regent of Portugal and then deposed Maria altogether, renounced the constitution and made himself King. Pedro abdicated the Brazilian throne in 1831 and, from his base in the Azores he attacked Miguel, forcing him to abdicate in 1834. Maria was thereupon restored to the throne, and an annulment of her marriage obtained.)


Amélie Auguste Eugénie Napoléone de Beauharnais, married Pedro I of Brazil and became Empress of Brazil; Pedro I, Emperor of Brazil (October 12, 1798 - September 24, 1834), and, as Pedro IV, King of Portugal, in full, Pedro I de Alcántara Francisco António João Carlos Xavier de Paula Miguel Rafael Joaquin José Gonzaga Pascual Cipriano Serafim, Emperor of Brazil. Don Pedro was born in Queluz and first married on November 5, 1817 in Rio de Janeiro to Archduchess Maria Leopoldina of Austria. During the Napoleonic Wars, the Portuguese royal family fled to Brazil, Rio de Janeiro.


Theodelinde Louise Eugénie Auguste Napoléone de Beauharnais
Carolina Clotilde de Beauharnais
Maximilian Josèphe Eugène Auguste Napoléon de Beauharnais, married Maria Nikolaievna Grand Duchess of Russia, daughter of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia-Nicholas I Pavlovich (1796-1855) was the Tsar of Imperial Russia from 1825 until his death in 1855.
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"Eugène Rose de Beauharnais was the only son of Alexandre and Josephine de Beauharnais. An army officer by trade, the elder Beauharnais had lost his head during the zenith of the Jacobin Terror. His mother had been imprisoned and came close to losing her life as well, but was saved during the Thermidorean reaction when Robespierre fell from grace. Some years later she clung to Bonaparte's rising star and assured herself and her children a future. Eugène served his stepfather in the campaigns of 1796-97 and in Egypt in 1798-99 as an aide-de-camp. With the founding of the Empire in 1804, he was promoted to general, soon followed by the honorary title of Colonel General of the Chasseurs à Cheval de la Garde Imperiale. In 1805 he was named a prince of the empire and made Napoleon's viceroy in Italy, where he served his stepfather loyally. In 1809 he was only 28-years old and eager to make a great reputation for himself. War with the Austrians was imminent and his inexperience was the source of great anxiety for Napoleon and the viceroy alike........"
http://www.napoleonseries.org/articles/biographies/piave.cfm


Children:
Prinzessin Josephine de Beauharnais+
Eugenie Hortense Beauharnais
Herzog August Eugene Charles Napoleon von Leuchtenberg
Amalia von Leuchtenberg+
Prinzessin Theodelinde Luise Eugenie Auguste Napoleone von Leuchtenberg+
Herzog Maximilian Josephe Eugene Auguste Napoleon von Leuchtenberg+





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Capt. James McLaughlin CLARK

1798 - Sep 1878

ID Number: I70247

  • TITLE: Capt.
    [S2701]
  • RESIDENCE: VA; 1811 Franklin Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1798, Pennsylvania [S2701]
  • DEATH: Sep 1878, Hopkinsville, Kentucky [S2701]
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio [S2701]
Father: Mathew B. CLARK
Mother: Mary SHELTON


Family 1 : Susannah Shelton STUBBLEFIELD
  1.  M. B. CLARK

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Anna Wood DUPUY

16 May 1839 - ____

ID Number: I41722

  • RESIDENCE: Nottaway Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 16 May 1839
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: William Jones DUPUY M.D.
Mother: Jane Skipwith RUFFIN


Family 1 : Charles Lewis Cooper DUPUY

                                                  _John Bartholomew DUPUY _+
                                                 | (1722 - 1791) m 1753    
                            _James DUPUY ________|
                           | (1758 - 1823) m 1782|
                           |                     |_Esther GUERRANT ________+
                           |                       (1735 - 1760) m 1753    
 _William Jones DUPUY M.D._|
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|                                                 _Edmund RUFFIN __________+
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|                           _George RUFFIN ______|
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|_Jane Skipwith RUFFIN ____|
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                           |                      _John COCKE _____________+
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                           |_Rebecca COCKE ______|
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John HATFIELD

9 Jan 1809 - BEF 18 Jun 1867

ID Number: I77101

  • RESIDENCE: Russell Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 9 Jan 1809, Russell Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: BEF 18 Jun 1867
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2937]
Father: Valentine HATFIELD
Mother: Martha WEDDINGTON


Family 1 : Isabelle VANCE

Notes


Children:
2 John W. H. HATFIELD b: 1839 + Mary CLINE
2 Sena HATFIELD b: 1841+ William C. WALLS
2 Harriet HATFIELD b: 1843 + James P. GRIMMETT
2 Malinda HATFIELD b: 1845 + Phillip ELLIS + Anthony GRIMMETT
2 Floyd HATFIELD b: 1847 + Esther SLATER

                                                             _Joseph HATFIELD ____+
                                                            | (1740 - 1832) m 1760
                       _Ephraim HATFIELD ___________________|
                      | (1765 - 1847)                       |
                      |                                     |_Elizabeth VANCE ____
                      |                                       (1745 - 1778) m 1760
 _Valentine HATFIELD _|
| (1789 - 1867) m 1805|
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|--John HATFIELD 
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|                      _Benjamin WEDDINGTON "the Immigrant"_|
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Doven (Donovan) HENDREN

15 May 1773 - 20 Aug 1848

ID Number: I93022

  • RESIDENCE: Prince William Co. VA and Madison Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 15 May 1773, Prince William or Fauquier Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 20 Aug 1848, Madison Co. Kentucky
  • BURIAL: Talton Taylor Cemetery, Madison Co, KY
  • RESOURCES: See: GenCircles.com

Family 1 : Jane "Jennie" TAYLOR

Notes


Father: William Hicks HENDREN b. 1740 in Prince William County, Virginia
Mother: Charlotte (Letty\Letitia) TAYLOR


Children:
Elizabeth Hendren
Rebecca Hendren
Margaret Hendren
Mary Polly Hendren
Tarleton Hendren b. in Stelisburg, Indiana
Jackson T. Hendren b. 1808
Harrison Hendren b. 1810
William Hendren b. 1818
Eliza Hendren b. 12 Mar 1819
Thomas Hendren b. 1830
Lorenzo Dow Hendren b. About. 1824 in Madison Co, KY
Oliver John Hendren b. 1808 in Madison Co. , Ky.


The birth order of Doven's children may be other than shown as some birthdates are not known and others are in question.



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Robert PERRILL\PEARL

ABT 1690 - 4 Oct 1765

ID Number: I54326

  • OCCUPATION: Carpenter
  • RESIDENCE: Prince George and 1748 Frederick Cos. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1690
  • DEATH: 4 Oct 1765, Frederick Co. Maryland [262028]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1797] [S2382] [S3152]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) PERRILL\PEARL\PURL


Family 1 : Anne
  1. +Daniel PERRILL\PEARL
  2.  Thomas PERRILL\PEARL
  3. +Basil PERRILL\PEARL Sr.
  4. +Ann PERRILL\PEARL
  5.  James PERRILL\PEARL
  6. +Charles PERRILL\PEARL I
  7.  Catherine PERRILL\PEARL

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Source for the following from http://MEMBERS.AOL.COM/BECCABOL/PEARLS.HTM Children of Robt. Pearl, according to his Will (order uncertain):
1. Daniel*** Pearl, adult by 1733.
2. Thomas Pearl, adult by 1749.
3. James Pearl, adult by 1762.
4. Basil Pearl, adult by 1762.
5. Charles Pearl, adult by 1757.
6. Ann Pearl, m. before 1765
7. Catherine Pearl, m. before 1765 (--?--) Dean; not further traced.
NOTES:
* Fred. Co. Land Records, G:318. No wife's dower mentioned.
**Md. Inventories, 77:337-357.
***Ibid., 94:217-252.
****THE EXISTENCE OF A "HOME CHAPEL" SUGGESTS THE PROBABLITY THAT ROBT. PEARL WAS A ROMAN CATHOLIC.
******Fred. Co. Wills, A#1:257. There is no record of an inventory of his personal estate.


WILL of ROBERT PEARL of Frederick County - 3 Sept, 1765, sick. In the name of God Amen. I, Robert Pearl, of Frederick Co., Maryland, being sick amd weak of body, but of sound mind and memory, do make this my last will and testament, revoking and making void all other wills heretofore made by me in manner following, Viz;
ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son, Daniel Pearl, negroes Peter, Rachel,
Nan, and Harry, to him and his heirs forever.
ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son James Pearl, negroes Lucy, Pegg,
Jenney, Jo and Li_s, to him and his heirs forever.
ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son, Daniel Pearl my riding horse and
my own lodging bed and furniture.
I leave to Elizabeth Jeavis 4 barrels of Indian corn and one barrel of wheat, and one crop
(Apparently Robert died between 3 Sep. 1765 and 4 Oct. 1765.) .


"The 1700 Birth date for Robert Pearl mentioned is probably a guess. In Frederick Co. Land Record Lib L:518-520 Daniel Pearl gave a land deposition 1 Apr1768. He gave his age as 57 years and also mentioned his father Robert Pearl."


"+Please Note: In the following article, info from the 1790 First Census
of the US is given. The article does not mention that BOTH Basil & Samuel Perril are listed as "free white."
+Also, in Skordas' Early Settlers of Maryland, there is this: James Cranford - Transported 1678 - (Recorded) Liber (Book) 25, Folio (Page) 515."


From: Pearl, Article Pearl/Pearl fam., 18th-19th C., Md., Periodical: Western Maryland Genealogy, Vol. 13, Issue 1, Jan. 1997 & Issue 2, Apr. 1997.


"Pearl Family of Maryland" by George Ely Russell, C.G., F.A.S.G., F.N.G.S.
Robert Pearl*, progenitor of the Pearl family of Fred. Co., Md. is first of record when, by will dated in Prince George's Co., 14 Jan. 1722/23, John Cranford confirmed to "my friend Robert
Pearle" a parcel of land from Patuxent River to Beaver Dam Branch for 20 (I think it's a pound sign?) already paid. Subsequently, on 14 July 1722/23 Cranford gave his power of attorney, appointing "Robert Pearl", carpenter of Prince George's Co., alias "Mulatto Robin", to take possession of the land on Beaver Dam Branch.**


By deed dated 11 Jul. 1724, Robert Pearle, alias Mulatto Robin, carpenter of Prince George's Co., paid 14.10.0 (pound sign?) to Jonathan Prather, planter of Prince George's Co., for a 100-acre part of Archer's Pasture.***, located in the southeastern part of the county, near St. Paul's Parish Anglican Church at Baden (present Brandywine Post Office).#


By an indenture dated 5 Feb. 1728 Peregrine Makanesse, blacksmith, and Robert Perle, carpenter, paid 5 shillings to Benjamin Loyd, planter, and wife Teresa, for a 52-acre part of The Taylortown in the freshes on the west side of the Patuxent River, also a 12-1/2-acre part of Taylorton##, also 2 negroes, 15 cattle, 2 horses, 1 mare, 16 hogs, household goods, dwelling house, and 1100 pounds of tobacco due Loyd from Charles Gervis for rent of land.###


By a bill of sale dated 23 Aug. 1729, Robert Pearle, alias Mulatto Robin (signed by mark RP), carpenter of Prince George's Co., sold negro man Harry and negro woman Lucy to Richard Lee of Prince George's Co. for 8,411 pounds of tobacco and one shilling.####.
NOTES: * Prince George's Co. Land Records, 1720-1726, pg.429.


Maryland Provincial Wills, 18:361. John Cranford was a son of James Cranford of Calvert Co., member of the Maryland Assembly, killed by lightening in 1699. Included in the list of Jame's eleven servants was "ONE NEGRO MAN CALLED ROBIN" valued at 26 (pounds?) (Maryland Inventories, 19-l/2(3:31-35).
** Prince George's Co. Land Records, 1720-1726,p.443.
*** Ibid., p.568.
# Louise J. Hienton, Prince George's Heritage (Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1972), large folded map showing land tracts as of 1696, coordinates W-18.
## Ibid, map coordinates X-19, east of Archer's Pasture.
### Prince George's Co. Land Records, M:460.
#### Ibid., M#1 (1726-1730);464.


In 1733 Robt Pearl was taxed in the Lower Precinct of Mattapany Hundred* (set off in 1741 as Prince Frederick Hundred) in the southeastern part of Prince George's Co. At the request of Robert Pearle (signed by mark RP and henceforth no longer identified as "Mulatto Robin"), on 30 Aug.1736, a supersedeas was recorded, by which he requested a stay of proceedings, he, Thomas Swann, Jr., and John Johnson having previously acknowledged a judgment unto Elianor Greenfield, administratrix of James Greenfield, deceased, for the sum of 1915 pounds of tobacco, which sum was recovered by her against Pearle on 25 June 1736 in the Prince George's Court.***


By deed dated 26 Nov. 1736, Robert Pearle, (now styled) planter, sold to Henry Hollkand Hawkins of Charles Co., gentleman, for ?10 and 650 lbs. (I guess those weren't pound signs before because it abbreviates pounds) of tobacco, a 44-acre part of Archer's Pasture near Cabbin Branch. Robert's wife Anne released her dower right.****


On 22 Nov. 1737, Thomas Swann, Sr., Thomas Swann, Jr., Edward Swann, and Robert Perl confessed judgments to Gabriel Parker for ?2.10 and ?4.15 and l,l22 and 98 lbs. of tobacco.# On 27 June 1738, Eleanor Greenfield, widow, Robert Perle, and Thomas Swann, Jr., confessed a judgment to Ann Greenfield of St. Mary's Co. for 489 lbs. of tobacco.


In Md. Chancery Court, 6 Dec. 1738, a Bill of Complaint was entered by Robert Pearle of Prince George's Co., planter, and others versus Mary Smith executrix of Gunder Erickson, & Peter Hoggins##.


By a bill of sale dated 29 June 1741 Robt. Pearl of Prince George's Co., planter, lent ?25 to Frances Harbert of Prince George's Co., planter, for three horses, two colts, three cows, and various holdhold furnishings, unless redeemed by Harbert before the Feast of St. John the Baptist in 1743, by paying the ?25 to James Russell of Nottingham, merchant.###
NOTES:
*Document #267, The Black Books, p.39, at Md. State Archives (MSA).
**Prince George's Co. Land Records, T#1 (1733-1739):.407.
***Prince George's Co. Land Records, T#1:423. Witnesses were Jno.Hepburn and Jno. Fraser. Hawkins' will, dated in Charles Co. 14 Sep.1746, referred to this purchase. Md. Provincial Wills, 28:73. #


The Swanns filed at Frederick Co. Court on 28 Nov. 1737 their supersedeas writs requesting a stay in the execution of the judgments against them. Fred. Co. Land Records, T#1:548. ## At Court on 1 July 1738 Eleanor Greenfield, requested a supersedeas writ to stay the execution of this judgment.
Prince George's Co. Land Records, T#1:610.
### Chancery Court Records, at MSA, JK#4:89.
#### Prince George's Co. Land Records, Y#1 (1739-1743):340-341.


Before 1749 Robert Pearl moved from Prince Frederick Hundred to the newly-formed Frederick Co. At Frederick Co. Court on 20 Jan. 1748(49) Robert & (son) Thomas Pearl recorded their respective cattle marks.*
At the Aug. 1749 Court the case of Robt. Perle against Samuel Duvall for trepass was agreed**.
At the 13 July 1750 Court Robert and Daniel Pearl and William Marshall confessed a judgment for ?2.4.0 recovered by Lody/Lodowick Davis against Daniel Pearl on 17 Mar. 1750***.
At the Frederick Co. Nov. 1750 Court Robt Pearl of (Monocacy?) Manor Hundred was fined for swearing four oaths****.


By deed dated 7 Oct. 1751, Robt. Pearl (signed by mark RP) of Frederick Co., planter, sold a 124-acre part of Archer's Pasture on the west side of Patuxent River to the Rev. John Eversfield, rector of St. Paul's Parish in Prince George's Co., for 6,000 lbs. of tobacco.#.


At the Frederick Co. Nov. 1751 Court William Marshall and Robert Perle sued William Snowden for 6,800 lbs. of tobacco##.


At Fred. Co. Court 20 Dec. 1751, Robt. Pearle, administrator, filed the inventory of the personal estate of Richard Clemen(t)s of Frederick Co.###


At the Fred. Co. Mar. 1754 Court Robt. Perle and Dr. Richard Cooke were approved as securities for Mrs. Elizabeth Donaldson's bond as guardian of John Donaldson DeButts, a minor####.


On 20 Sep. 1756, Christopher Lowndes & Co. recorded supersedeas against Henry Maroney, Robt. Pearl, and Alexander Duvall for 8,250 lbs. of tobacco recovered 20 Aug. 1756#####.


By deed dated 8 Nov. 1756, Robt. Pearle of Fred. Co., planter, paid ?40 to Wm. and Elinor Williams of Virginia for 150-acre Flint's Grove on the west side of Senecca Creek.###### (in present Montgomery Co.).


In the Fred. Co. Debt Books Robt. Pearle was charged for the quit rent on a 100-acre part of Smith's Pastures alias Flint's Grove (on D_ Seneca) in the period 1759-1766.#######
NOTES
* Frederick Co. Land Records, B:1.
**Frederick Co. Judgment Recordws, 1748-1750;, p.202, at MSA.
***Fred. Co. Land Records, B:215.
****Ibid., Nov. 1750 Court, in Millard M. Rice, This Was the Life, p.60.
#Prince George's Co. Land Records, PP (1749-1752):141-142. No wife's dower release.
##Rice, op. cit., p.89.
###Md. Inventories, 48.336.
####Rice, op. cit., p.134.
#####Fred. Co. Land Records, F#1 (1756-1761):60.
######Fred. Co. Land Records, F:93-95.
#######Fred. Co. Debt Books, at MSA.


By deed dated 2 Dec. 176 (last digit off paper), Robt. Pearle (signed by mark RP) of Fred. Co., planter, sold 192-acre part of Flint's Grove to Charles Coats of Fred. Co. The inventory of the personal estate of Lawrence Owen, filed Fred. Co. Court in March 1762, listed debts owed to the estate by Basil, James, and Robt. Pearl.* Robt. Pearl's debt to James Dixon of Fred. Co. was listed in the inventory of Dixon's estate, dated __ June 1767.**"


"From "Land Records of Prince Georges Co. 1726-1730" Robert Pearle entered bond on 14th of May last -- for 35 lbs. Whereas I am now going to reside in London & cannot take Charles Pembrook with me, from his wife & children, & as he has faithfully & honostly served me, I have given him his freedom -- June 9, 1729. Signed by these witnesses: Henry Darnall, Henry Darnall, Jr., Charles Neale." (a different Robert?)


Frederick County, Maryland formed in 1748 from Prince George's County. Gained territory from Baltimore County in 1750. [The Handybook for Genealogists, United States of America, 8th Edition, published by The Everton Publishers, Inc., Logan, Utah.] [County Courthouse Book, compiled by Elizabeth Petty Bentley, Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, MD, 1990.] ["A Brief History of the Maryland Counties," compiled by Walt Williams (E-mail: walt@chesapeake.net), Calvert County MDGenWeb Home Page (http://www.rootsweb.com/~mdcalver/calvert.htm)].


Prince George's County, Maryland formed in 1695 from Charles and Calvert Counties. [The Handybook for Genealogists, United States of America, 8th Edition, published by The Everton Publishers, Inc., Logan, Utah.] [County Courthouse Book, compiled by Elizabeth Petty Bentley, Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, MD, 1990.] ["A Brief History of the Maryland Counties," compiled by Walt Williams (E-mail: walt@chesapeake.net), Calvert County MDGenWeb Home Page (http://www.rootsweb.com/~mdcalver/calvert.htm)].


(Old) Charles County, Maryland formed from St. Mary's County. Extinguished in 1654 when Patuxent County was formed. ["A Brief History of the Maryland Counties," compiled by Walt Williams (E-mail: walt@chesapeake.net), Calvert County MDGenWeb Home Page (http://www.rootsweb.com/~mdcalver/calvert.htm)].


Patuxent County, Maryland formed in 1654. Original county. Formed from St. Mary's and (Old) Charles Counties. Extinguished in 1658 when name changed to Calvert County. ["A Brief History of the Maryland Counties," compiled by Walt Williams (E-mail: walt@chesapeake.net), Calvert County MDGenWeb Home Page (http://www.rootsweb.com/~mdcalver/calvert.htm)].


Charles County, Maryland formed in 1658. Original county. Formed from Potomac County. Gained territory from Prince George's County in 1748. [The Handybook for Genealogists, United States of America, 8th Edition, published by The Everton Publishers, Inc., Logan, Utah.] [County Courthouse Book, compiled by Elizabeth Petty Bentley, Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, MD, 1990.] ["A Brief History of the Maryland Counties," compiled by Walt Williams (E-mail: walt@chesapeake.net), Calvert County MDGenWeb Home Page (http://www.rootsweb.com/~mdcalver/calvert.htm)].


"Lord Proprietary vs. Mary Wedge }Malatto Bastardy Convict by Confession ... cannot gainsay but that she is guilty ... be a servant for seven years ... child be a servant to thirty one ... sold unto Robert Perle for 2 pounds one shilling current money."



ROBERT) Pearl of Frederick County. will dtd. 3 Sept, 1765, sick.


To son Daniel: negroes Peter, Rachel, Nann & Harry.
To son James: negroes Lycy, Pegg, Jeney, Jo and kids.
To Son Basell: George, Bess, Liney, Bill and Jenny


To son Daniel: horse and my own lodging bed and furniture.


To Elizabeth Jarvis (Gervis): corn, wheat, and tobacco each year, plus one bed and furniture that is all in the chapell, cow, and 200 lbs. of pork for two years. (Charles Gervis rent of land owed Benjamin & Teresa Loyd on indenture 11July1728, this was part of "Taylortown")


Remainder of stock among three sons; also crops in the ground and cider, they letting the hands stay to finish it.


My dwelling plantation to son Basell.


To sons Charles and Thomas and daughters Ann MARSHALL and Catherine Dean; 5 sh each.


Remainder to James & Basell, they also exec.


/x/Wit: William Botelor, Thomas Duckett, John Johnson, Thomas Johnson.
Proved 4 Oct 1765 by 4 wit.


March 1748 Court - 1748-1750 road overseer from Monocacy ferry to Henry Ballenger's branch




[S1797] [S1797] [S1797] [S1797]

[262028]
date of probate

[524005]
bef 1736


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Dr. William WATERS

ABT 1790 - ____

ID Number: I56696

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • RESIDENCE: of Frederick City, MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1790
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2065] [S2506]

Family 1 : Frances Conway HITE
  1. +Susan Hite WATERS
  2.  Ann Pottinger WATERS

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George YARBROUGH

ABT 1840 - ____

ID Number: I45043

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1840
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1627]
Father: Frank YARBROUGH
Mother: Louisiana DIXON


Family 1 : Clara COTTENHAM

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|--George YARBROUGH 
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|                                              _Thomas DIXON Jr.____________
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|                      _William George DIXON _|
|                     | (1783 - 1840) m 1811  |
|                     |                       |_Ann FERGUSON _______________+
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|_Louisiana DIXON ____|
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                      |                        _William Gunnell SANDERS Sr._
                      |                       | (1769 - 1825)               
                      |_Nancy Ann SANDERS ____|
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                                              |_Mary YOUNG _________________
                                                (1774 - 1827)               

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