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MARGERY

____ - 8 Apr 1426

ID Number: I43423

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • DEATH: 8 Apr 1426
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1531]

Family 1 : JOHN de WELLES 5th Baron of Gainsby

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PHILIP (GUILLAME) de ASHBY de BELMEIS

ABT 1100 - ____

ID Number: I27502

  • RESIDENCE: ENG & FR
  • BIRTH: ABT 1100, of Haringworth, Northamptonshire, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1017] [S1994] [S3277]

Family 1 : MATILDA (Maud) la MESCHINES
  1. +ALICE de ASHBY de BELMEIS

Notes


i.+ 2 sons - Philip (dsp), Ranulph (dsp)
iii. Adeliz de Belmeis m. Alan la Zouche [S3277]

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[S1017]

[S1994]

[S3277]

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Marius Pons of "La Maison Blanche" BRINGIER "the Immigrant"

ABT 1760 - ABT 1820

ID Number: I70997

  • OCCUPATION: Planter; built “La Maison Blanche,” or White Hall
  • RESIDENCE: France and Martinique and St. James Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760, of Lacadiere, France
  • DEATH: ABT 1820, St. James Parish, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S765]

Family 1 : Marie Frances DURAND
  1. +Michel Douradou BRINGIER

Notes


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 6 Bringier: "IGNACE BRANGIER, Judge, of Leniagne, in Auvergne, France, was the ancestor of the American family bearing the distinguished name. The name of his wife has not been handed down to us. Her son, b. in France, is JEAN BRINGIER, also of Leniagne, Auvergne, France; m. in 1711, Marie DOURADOU of the family of Baron DOURADOU D'AUVERGNE, tenth. Louis XIV; their son



PIERRE BRINGIER DE LACADIERE, near Ambagne, in Provence, France; m. Agnes, ARNOUX; their son MARIUS PONS BRANGIER, of Lacadiere; prior to the French Revolution, sold his estate “La Cadiere,” near Marseilles, France, and with his young wife Marie Frances DURAND sailed from France, for the Island of Martinique; later he came to Louisiana.


In Saint James Parish, which then bore the more grandiloquent title of “Paroisse St. jacques Cote de Cabahanoce aux Accadiens,” he acquired at different times, from 1785 to 1789, five adjoining plantations, these he threw into one; built a large and stately mansion and named the new habitation “La Maison Blanche,” where hospitality was the prevailing spirit of both its master and mistress...."


[S765]

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Julius CLARKSON

11 May 1749 - ____

ID Number: I20648

  • RESIDENCE: KY
  • BIRTH: 11 May 1749, Albemarle Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S289] [S582]

Family 1 : Elizabeth SANDIDGE
  1. +Elizabeth Butts CLARKSON

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[S289]

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Elizabeth EDWARDS

16 Sep 1789 - BEF 1843

ID Number: I93772

  • RESIDENCE: W. Greenwich Twp. Kent Co. RI
  • BIRTH: 16 Sep 1789, West Greenwich Township, Kent Co. Rhode Island
  • DEATH: BEF 1843
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3454]
Father: Richard EDWARDS
Mother: Mary HOWARD


Notes


Elizabeth Matteson, deceased; Unnamed Grandchildren-Children of daughter Elizabeth Matteson, deceased.

                                              _Nicholas EDWARDS Sr._+
                                             | (1722 - ....)        
                       _Nicholas EDWARDS Jr._|
                      | (1748 - 1812) m 1768 |
                      |                      |______________________
                      |                                             
 _Richard EDWARDS ____|
| (1769 - 1843) m 1787|
|                     |                       _William EDWARDS _____+
|                     |                      | (1720 - ....)        
|                     |_Marcy EDWARDS _______|
|                       (1749 - 1838) m 1768 |
|                                            |______________________
|                                                                   
|
|--Elizabeth EDWARDS 
|  (1789 - 1843)
|                                             ______________________
|                                            |                      
|                      ______________________|
|                     |                      |
|                     |                      |______________________
|                     |                                             
|_Mary HOWARD ________|
  (1770 - 1847) m 1787|
                      |                       ______________________
                      |                      |                      
                      |______________________|
                                             |
                                             |______________________
                                                                    

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Sarah Ellen ELSBY

BEF 1732 - 1814

ID Number: I89856

  • RESIDENCE: St. Mary's and Frederick Cos. MD
  • BIRTH: BEF 1732
  • DEATH: 1814, Pleasant Valley, Frederick Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3335] [S3667]

Family 1 : RHYS GLOF Wendot
  1. +DAVID Lloyd ap Ieuan
  2. +MAREDYDD Goch ap Rhys
  3. +Joseph Lingan BOTELER
  4.  Henry BOTELER III Jr.

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Henrietta Preston JOHNSTON

18 Apr 1832 - 29 Jul 1906

ID Number: I91402

  • RESIDENCE: of Jefferson Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 18 Apr 1832
  • DEATH: 29 Jul 1906
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2829]
Father: Albert Sidney JOHNSTON C.S.A.
Mother: Henrietta Johnston PRESTON


Notes


Henrietta Preston Johnston (4/18/1832 - 7/29/1906)


                                                         _______________________________
                                                        |                               
                                 _John JOHNSTON ________|
                                | (1760 - ....)         |
                                |                       |_______________________________
                                |                                                       
 _Albert Sidney JOHNSTON C.S.A._|
| (1803 - 1862) m 1829          |
|                               |                        _______________________________
|                               |                       |                               
|                               |_Abigial HARRIS _______|
|                                 (1780 - ....)         |
|                                                       |_______________________________
|                                                                                       
|
|--Henrietta Preston JOHNSTON 
|  (1832 - 1906)
|                                                        _William PRESTON of Smithfield_+
|                                                       | (1729 - 1783) m 1761          
|                                _William T. PRESTON II_|
|                               | (1770 - 1821) m 1802  |
|                               |                       |_Susannah SMITH _______________+
|                               |                         (1739 - 1823) m 1761          
|_Henrietta Johnston PRESTON ___|
  (1803 - 1835) m 1829          |
                                |                        _(RESEARCH QUERY) HANCOCK _____
                                |                       |                               
                                |_Caroline HANCOCK _____|
                                  (1785 - 1847) m 1802  |
                                                        |_______________________________
                                                                                        

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Pierce MAYS

1783 - 1823

ID Number: I97093

  • RESIDENCE: of Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1783, Amherst Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1823, KIA by Indians at battle in Greenbrier Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S844]
Father: Robert MAYS
Mother: Susanna WADE


Family 1 : Mary Polly FULCHER
  1. +Edwin Pierce MAYS I

Notes


...in his memories of the Civil War, James H. states that his grandfather Pierce Mays ws killed by Indians and buried near the mouth of Muddy Creek in Greenbrier County. Some effort has been made to locate and idntify his grave, but without success.


Monroe County, VA (1863West Virignia) land records show that one Pierce W. Mays acquired land on Wolf Creek in that county in 1820 and died instestae in 1829. This was possibly Jim's grandfather.


                          __
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                      |     
 _Robert MAYS ________|
| (1700 - 1808) m 1780|
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Pierce MAYS 
|  (1783 - 1823)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Susanna WADE _______|
   m 1780             |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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John Williamson MCGAVOCK

25 Oct 1846 - ____

ID Number: I56027

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: 25 Oct 1846
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2036]

Family 1 : Jane Byrd PENDLETON
  1.  Emily Graham MCGAVOCK
  2.  Byrd Page MCGAVOCK
  3.  Sarah Jackson MCGAVOCK
  4.  Guerdon Pendleton MCGAVOCK
  5.  Stephen MCGAVOCK
  6.  Francis Nelson MCGAVOCK

Notes


Children of JANE PENDLETON and JOHN MCGAVOCK are:





[S2036]

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Col. James PATTON

1692 - 8 Jul 1755

ID Number: I45793

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: Royal Navy Capt. and His Majesty's Militia in Augusta Co.VA
  • RESIDENCE: IRE & Augusta Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1692, Newton, Limavaddy, Derry Co., Ireland
  • DEATH: 8 Jul 1755, by Indians, "Drapers Meadows", Augusta Co. VA [221231]
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S1650] [S2310] [S3329]
Father: Henry PATTON
Mother: Sarah LYNN


Family 1 : Mary BORDEN
  1. +Margaret "Peggy" PATTON
  2.  Mary "Molly" PATTON

Notes


The King granted James Patton 120,000 acres of land with the only stipulation that it be located on the west side of the 'Blue Mountains' and that it be settled by loyal British subjects. James sailed in one of his father's ships, the 'Walpole'. This ship is said to have made 20 or more passages to the states. He carried Ulster immigrants to America and returned with furs, skins and tobacco. In one of these passages in 1738, James and his wife Mary, and his two daughters, Margaret Patton and Mary Patton, along with John Preston, his wife Elizabeth (Patton) Preston, their children Letitia abt.10 years old, Margaret abt.8, William about 7, and Mary Preston abt 6, along with John Prestons sister Mary Preston who later married Phillip Barger, and supposedly another of John's sisters, Jane (Preston) Breckinridge and her husband Alexander Breckinridge, arrived in Belhaven, near Alexandria on the Potomac on August 26, 1738. One of James Patton's settlements was known as "Drapers Meadows", located at the present site of Blacksburg, VA. One sunny Sunday morning on July 8th, 1755, Indians wiped out much of the settlement including James Patton. James and his wife Mary Borden had 2 daughters and no sons. He adopted (officially or un-officially ?) William Preston, son of John Preston.


"My Dear Rush: From the extreme rigor of the winter and diminished vision I have postponed answering your letter of Dec. 30, enclosing one from Mr. Lyman C. Draper of Buffalo, N. York. The object of Mr. Draper's letter is to collect materials for a work "Sketches of the Pioneers". Would it be irrelevant in reply to repeat the tradition I have so often interested your childhood with, on the facts of the life and death of Col. James Patton, Dec’d.
He was born in the north of Ireland in the town of Newton, Lenawaddy in the year of our Lord 1690. He was bred to the sea, and in the wars of England with the low countries served as an officer in the Royal Navy. After the treaty of Utrecht he procured a "Passenger Ship" and traded to the Colony of Virginia at Robbes Hole on the Tappahannock. He penetrated the then wilderness of the State as far as Orange County, thence across the Blue Ridge and commenced a settlement near Waynesborough in Augusta County. He crossed the Atlantic twenty-three or twenty-five times - his traffic was paltries and tobacco -- his return cargo was what was then termed "Redemptionary" poor families of Irish who served a given time for the price of the passage. In this way the greater part of the country of Augusta was settled. The descendants of these emigrants have furnished the West with many of its Governors, Senators, Judges, and distinguished literary men, and even intermarried with the "Imperial Family of, Virginia" as the historian Burke terms the Pocahontas descendants of our state.


Gov. Patton had two sisters who married men of "quality" as the nieces termed them. This state of things kept the two other sisters unmarried."


"An early pioneer, seaman, and Virginia settler, killed by an Indian raid on his home, where he was shot after "cutting two of them down" with his sword. (See Letitia Floyd's letter, op. cit.)


From Letitia's bible, op. cit: "The grandparents of Dr. John Floyd were William Floyd and Abadiah Davis of Amherst Co. Va. and James Patton of of Augusta Co. Va. and his wife Jane Lochrie of Northumberland Co., Penn. Mrs. Buchanan moved to Rockbridge Co. Va. where she died and was buried near Providence Rectory." This is partially incorrect and I show the proper family ties in these notes....


....and this interesting note from Thomas S. Fiske, , in Feb., 2003 to the KYJEFFER-L@rootsweb.com: "On the subject of James Patton, there is an interesting article in the latest issue of "Northern Kentucky Heritage" magazine that mentions a James Patton. It is "Escape from Indian Captivity-- the Story of Mary Draper Ingles (1732-1815) and Her Son, Thomas." On page 48, the article, by Karl Lietzenmayer states "Col. James Patton, 63, who had arrived the previous day with a supply of gunpowder . . ." The year was 1755, and the event was the capture of Mary Draper Ingles and her two sons were captured by Shawnees in eastern KY along the Ohio River."


From The Harrison Notes, July 8, 1994 Part 3, by Charles W. Johnson, M.D., we have that "Patton had been master of a ship involved in many voyages bringing immigrants to PA from Ireland, but decided to become involved in their settlement of the Shenandoah Valley. He was also involved with the Beverly Grant around Staunton, and finally took the project over from the eastern aristocracy for himself. He expanded his operations to the Roanoke and James River in 1740 and to the Wood’s River Grant of 1745 (later called New River). James Patton was killed by Indians at Draper’s Meadow 1755." This can be found on the web at , April, 2003"


Title: Letitia Floyd, letter to Benjamin Rush Floyd, 22 Feb., 1843, Filson Club, Louisville, Ky.





[S1650] [S2310] [S3329]

[221231]
now Blacksburg, VA


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                      |     
 _Henry PATTON _______|
| (1670 - ....)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--James PATTON 
|  (1692 - 1755)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Sarah LYNN _________|
  (1675 - ....)       |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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[S1650]

[S2310]

[S3329]

[S1650]

[S2310]

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GEOFFREY le SCROPE Knt. of Masham K.B.

ABT 1278 - Dec 1340

ID Number: I52706

  • RESIDENCE: Yorkshire, ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1278, Of Masham, Yorkshire, England
  • DEATH: Dec 1340
  • BURIAL: Coverham Abbey, Yorkshire, England
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 9G87-9L) [S810] [S1905] [S2193]
Father: WILLIAM le SCROPE Knt.
Mother: CONSTANCE de NEWSOM


Family 1 : IVETTE (Juetta) de ROS
  1. +HENRY le SCROPE 1st Lord Scrope of Masham
  2.  WILLIAM le SCROPE
  3.  STEPHEN le SCROPE
  4.  JOAN (Agnes) le SCROPE
Family 2 : LORA de FURNIVAL

Notes


"Geoffrey le Scrope of Masham died in 1340 and had five sons and three daughters. His eldest son Henry, became the 1st Lord Scrope of Masham fighting at Crecy, Poitiers and Najara. Thomas, his second son, died young as did his fifth son Geoffrey. His third son William fought at Crecy, Poitiers and Najara with Henry but later died in Spain. His fourth son Stephen also fought at Crecy and took part in the siege of Berwick in 1356."


Children:
Beatrice Or Beatrix Scrope
Constance Scrope
Henry Le Scrope [Baron Scrope]
Thomas Scrope
Geofrey Scrope
Stephen Scrope
William Le Scrope
Ivetta Scrope
John Scrope

[S2193]


                                                           _HENRY SCROPE _______+
                                                          | (1183 - 1218) m 1213
                          _WILLIAM SCROPE ________________|
                         | (1214 - 1296) m 1244           |
                         |                                |_JULIANE BRUNE ______+
                         |                                  (1187 - ....) m 1213
 _WILLIAM le SCROPE Knt._|
| (1250 - 1312)          |
|                        |                                 _____________________
|                        |                                |                     
|                        |_UNNAMED________________________|
|                          (1218 - ....) m 1244           |
|                                                         |_____________________
|                                                                               
|
|--GEOFFREY le SCROPE Knt. of Masham K.B.
|  (1278 - 1340)
|                                                          _GILLO de NEWSOM ____
|                                                         | (1191 - ....)       
|                         _THOMAS (de Newsham) de NEWSOM _|
|                        | (1223 - ....)                  |
|                        |                                |_____________________
|                        |                                                      
|_CONSTANCE de NEWSOM ___|
  (1253 - ....)          |
                         |                                 _____________________
                         |                                |                     
                         |________________________________|
                                                          |
                                                          |_____________________
                                                                                

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[S810]

[S1905]

[S2193]

[S2193]


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CHARLES d' Orleans de VALOIS Duc de Orleans

1391 - 1465

ID Number: I58397

  • RESIDENCE: France
  • BIRTH: 1391
  • DEATH: 1465
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2143] [S2486]

Family 1 : ANNE de CLEVES of Cleves
  1. +LOUIS XII de VALOIS of France

Notes


"A distinguished poet, and among the more prominent ducs d'Orleans." Blois: The presence of a village at the 1st century with the site of the current city was established by archaeological excavations. Pagus mérovingien, it becomes until XIIème century the seat of the capacity of the Blois-Champagne counts.
Louis of Orleans bought the city in 1391.
In 1440 Charles of Orleans developed it, but it is with the advent of Louis XII (Louis II of Orleans) with the throne of France that Blois became for one century royal residence."

[S2143] [S2486]

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[S2143]

[S2486]

[S2143]

[S2486]


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