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Jane ALVIS

ABT 1811 - ____

ID Number: I9298

  • RESIDENCE: Goochland Co. VA & Shelby Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1811
  • RESOURCES: See: [S315]
Father: Jesse S. ALVIS
Mother: Mary MALLORY



                                                             _George ALVIS (ALVES) _+
                                                            | (1656 - 1734)         
                       _David ALVIS (OLVIS) I_______________|
                      | (1714 - 1787) m 1739                |
                      |                                     |_Mary CRENSHAW? _______+
                      |                                       (1700 - 1732)         
 _Jesse S. ALVIS _____|
| (1759 - 1841) m 1785|
|                     |                                      _Thomas STANLEY III____+
|                     |                                     | (1689 - 1754) m 1715  
|                     |_Elizabeth STANLEY? _________________|
|                       (1718 - 1789) m 1739                |
|                                                           |_Elizabeth MADDOX _____
|                                                             (1693 - 1724) m 1715  
|
|--Jane ALVIS 
|  (1811 - ....)
|                                                            _______________________
|                                                           |                       
|                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) MALLORY of VA & MO_|
|                     |                                     |
|                     |                                     |_______________________
|                     |                                                             
|_Mary MALLORY _______|
  (1772 - 1840) m 1785|
                      |                                      _______________________
                      |                                     |                       
                      |_____________________________________|
                                                            |
                                                            |_______________________
                                                                                    

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Sgt. William Jefferson BROWN

23 May 1840 - 14 Aug 1862

ID Number: I51967

  • TITLE: Sgt.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A.
  • RESIDENCE: Elbert Co. GA
  • BIRTH: 23 May 1840, Elbert Co. GA
  • DEATH: 14 Aug 1862, Belmont Hospital, Lovingston, Nelson Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1851]
Father: Andrew Jackson "Jackie" BROWN
Mother: Sarah Ann RUCKER


Family 1 : Laphronia Milla Jane TEASLEY
  1.  Jefferson Jackson Beauregard BROWN

                                                        ___________________________
                                                       |                           
                                  _Andrew BROWN Sr.____|
                                 | (1769 - 1860) m 1794|
                                 |                     |___________________________
                                 |                                                 
 _Andrew Jackson "Jackie" BROWN _|
| (1816 - 1899) m 1839           |
|                                |                      _James ADAMS ______________+
|                                |                     | (1753 - 1835) m 1772      
|                                |_Margaret ADAMS _____|
|                                  (1780 - 1860) m 1794|
|                                                      |_Jane Jennie CUNNINGHAM ___+
|                                                        (1756 - 1836) m 1772      
|
|--William Jefferson BROWN 
|  (1840 - 1862)
|                                                       _William RUCKER Jr.________+
|                                                      | (1744 - 1834)             
|                                 _Barden RUCKER ______|
|                                | (1785 - 1856) m 1810|
|                                |                     |_Elizabeth ALEXANDER ______+
|                                |                       (1750 - 1830)             
|_Sarah Ann RUCKER ______________|
  (1822 - 1899) m 1839           |
                                 |                      _William ALEXANDER ________+
                                 |                     | (1752 - 1811) m 1782      
                                 |_Frances ALEXANDER __|
                                   (1790 - 1860) m 1810|
                                                       |_Frances "Frankey" RUCKER _+
                                                         (1727 - 1792) m 1782      

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Gideon FARRIS

ABT 1745 - 1818

ID Number: I3607

  • OCCUPATION: Indian Wars In E. TN
  • RESIDENCE: Washington Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1745
  • DEATH: 1818
  • RESOURCES: See: [S160] [S161] [S943]
Father: William FARRIS


Family 1 : Sarah MCSPADDEN
  1. +Elizabeth FARRIS
  2. +Mary Clark "Polly" FERRIS FARRIS

Notes


"Gideon like his father, William, was a farmer and frontier Indian fighter. Gideon served with Col. William Christian in 1776 on a campaign against the Cherokees in East Tennessee who had been attacking frontier settlements at the instigation of the British." Pendleton and McDowell, Farris and Wharton Families Killed (excerpt) By Emory L. Hamilton http://www.rootsweb.com/~varussel/indian/index.html


From the unpublished manuscript, Indian Atrocities Along the Clinch, Powell and Holston Rivers, pages 211-218. On October 6, 1791, (1) Henry Smith, County Lieutenant of Russell Co., VA, wrote to Governor Randolph, the following:


Immediately on the receipt of your Excellency's instruction of the 25th of April, 1791, I gave orders to the commanding officers of the companies to raise their proportion of 50 men, which I judged absolutely necessary for our defense, but not one man would serve. The approaching expected peace, to be made the last of May with the Cherokees, seemed to look with a favorable aspect on troubled country.


I, not willing to trust my own judgement called a council of officers, whereupon it was advised to be unnecessary to order any more men until it was known whether the Indians would accept the terms of peace offered them at the expected treaty. After this we remained tolerable peaceful, except some horses stolen, till about the last of August, when part of two families were killed; (Pendleton & McDowell), the week following (early September) Elisha Farris and three of his family were killed, and his daughter, a young woman, was taken prisoner. About a fortnight ago, James Wharton, Esq., and his family was killed, and a Negro taken prisoner.


In this unhappy situation I cannot raise a man in this county for its defense. No man is willing, nor, I believe, can be forced to strip his unguarded family, equally exposed to dangers, of the only help and comfort they have in himself, to defend others more distant, but less dear to his natural feelings. A very considerable part of the country is at this time, instead of taking up arms to defend themselves, employed in moving their families to the interior parts of the country, out of reach of savage cruelty...


In the foregoing letter Colonel Smith points up the understandable reluctance of the settlers to abandon their own families to serve in the militia as common defenders of all. Undoubtably the killings mentioned in his letter were perpetrated by the cunning half-breed Indian Chief Benge, for at this time he was leading most of the forays against the settlers. Benge was an uncanny cunning and cruel savage, using secret routes to fall upon the unsuspecting settlers, hurriedly committing his atrocious murders and then vanishing into the wilderness over routes exceedingly hard to find or follow.


The Elisha Farris family lived on Moccasin Creek a short distance fro the present town of Gate City. Although much closer in time than many of the other massacre, I have not been able to determine the names of those slain or the details, nor the name of the daughter taken prisoner and her ultimate fate. This file contributed by: Rhonda Robertson rsr@mounet.com [S161]


                                                                                 __
                                                                                |  
                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) FARIS\FARRIS\FERRIS\FARISH of Virginia_|
                      |                                                         |
                      |                                                         |__
                      |                                                            
 _William FARRIS _____|
| (1720 - ....)       |
|                     |                                                          __
|                     |                                                         |  
|                     |_________________________________________________________|
|                                                                               |
|                                                                               |__
|                                                                                  
|
|--Gideon FARRIS 
|  (1745 - 1818)
|                                                                                __
|                                                                               |  
|                      _________________________________________________________|
|                     |                                                         |
|                     |                                                         |__
|                     |                                                            
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                                                          __
                      |                                                         |  
                      |_________________________________________________________|
                                                                                |
                                                                                |__
                                                                                   

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[S161]

[S943]

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Elizabeth "Betty" GRAVES

14 Feb 1720 - 6 Jan 1826

ID Number: I5977

  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania and Albemarle Cos. VA and Aft 1777 Green Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 14 Feb 1720, Spotsylvania Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 6 Jan 1826, Wilson Hill, Green Co. Kentucky
  • BURIAL: Wilson Hill, Liletown, KY Family Cemetery
  • RESOURCES: See: [S265] [S287] [S289] [S405] [S515] [S587] [S861] [S1353]
Father: John GRAVES II
Mother: Frances COLEMAN?


Family 1 : William SANDIDGE Jr.
  1. +Mary SANDIDGE
  2. +Elizabeth SANDIDGE
  3. +Stephen SANDIDGE
  4. +William A. SANDIDGE
  5. +Anne SANDIDGE
  6. +Mildred "Milly" SANDIDGE
  7. +Nancy Anne Graves SANDIDGE
  8. +John SANDIDGE
  9.  Susannah SANDIDGE

Notes


Elizabeth Graves, b. 14 Feb. 1720, m. William Sandidge, d. 6 Jan. 1826.
After the death of William Sandidge, Elizabeth Graves Sandidge and her children moved to Green Co. KY. Her will, 11 Feb 1822, is recorded in the Green Co. Courthouse, Greensburg, KY.
Exec: John Sandidge.
Wit: John of Martin, Christopher Sandidge, Aaron Sandidge.


"as my son John Sandidge having purchased the Intrust of all the legatees to his father William Sandidge estate real and personal as my dependence for all support & care taking of my person and property has ever been in my son John Sandidge I do hereby request that he will guard my intrust during my life and for his fillial duty and piety toward me I give and bequeath to my beloved son, John Sandidge all and every kind of goods and chattels that I may die possessed of and as all subluary things are perishable if there should not be at my deceased a sufficiency to inter me decently I request as a mother that he will supply the deficit."


Epitaph: Bur. Sandidge Cemetery, Liletown, KY.
"Elizabeth Sandidge, born Feb 14, 1720, died Jan 6, 1826"


The mother of John S. Sandidge was Elizabeth "Betty" Graves and his father was William (Jr. or II or son of William). Elizabeth moved from Virginia to Green Co., KY with her son, John and his wife Mary Wood, in 1810. At that time Elizabeth Graves Sandidge was 90 years old. She is buried in the Sandidge Cemetery in Green Co., KY. She died at age 106.


SANDIDGE CEMETERY


Located on D.A.R. Cemetery Rd, on the farm of Howard Curry, in the Newt Community of Green County, Kentucky.


Toombstone. Sandidge, Elizabeth 14 Feb 1720 - 6 Jan 1826 (dau of John & Frances Graves)(Wfe of William Sandidge)

[S405] [S514]


                                             _Thomas GRAVES IV____+
                                            | (1640 - 1711) m 1669
                       _John GRAVES I_______|
                      | (1677 - 1747)       |
                      |                     |_Mary________________
                      |                       (1650 - ....) m 1669
 _John GRAVES II______|
| (1706 - 1772)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_Rebecca_____________|
|                       (1670 - ....)       |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Elizabeth "Betty" GRAVES 
|  (1720 - 1826)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Frances COLEMAN? ___|
  (1695 - 1772)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

Sources

[S265]

[S287]

[S289]

[S405]

[S515]

[S587]

[S861]

[S1353]

[S405]

[S514]


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JAMES LINDSAY "the Immigrant"

1605 - ____

ID Number: I78063

  • RESIDENCE: SCT and Lancaster Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1605, Annatland, Angusshire, Scotland
  • DEATH: Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: NOT PROVEN SON [S2972]
Father: HIEROME (Jerome) LINDSAY Lord of Annatland & Mount
Mother: AGNES LINDSAY


Family 1 :
  1. +James LINDSAY Jr.

Notes


Spouse unknown.

                                                                                         _ALEXANDER de LINDSAY of Edzell___+
                                                                                        | (1505 - 1558) m 1530             
                                                      _DAVID LINDSAY DD, Bishop of Ross_|
                                                     | (1532 - 1613)                    |
                                                     |                                  |_RACHEL FILIA BARCLAY of Maithers_+
                                                     |                                    (1510 - ....) m 1530             
 _HIEROME (Jerome) LINDSAY Lord of Annatland & Mount_|
| (1562 - 1642) m 1604                               |
|                                                    |                                   __________________________________
|                                                    |                                  |                                  
|                                                    |_MARGARET COLVILLE _______________|
|                                                      (1535 - ....)                    |
|                                                                                       |__________________________________
|                                                                                                                          
|
|--JAMES LINDSAY "the Immigrant"
|  (1605 - ....)
|                                                                                        __________________________________
|                                                                                       |                                  
|                                                     _DAVID LINDSAY 5th of the Mount___|
|                                                    | (1555 - 1621)                    |
|                                                    |                                  |__________________________________
|                                                    |                                                                     
|_AGNES LINDSAY _____________________________________|
  (.... - 1621) m 1604                               |
                                                     |                                   __________________________________
                                                     |                                  |                                  
                                                     |_GRISELDA (Grissel) MELDRUM ______|
                                                                                        |
                                                                                        |__________________________________
                                                                                                                           

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Mary LOCKETT

1725 - ABT 1791

ID Number: I39367

  • RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1725, Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 1791, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1422]
Father: Thomas LOCKETT III
Mother: Elizabeth (Eliza Judith) TOWNES


Family 1 : John or William GIBSON
Family 2 : Arthur MOSELEY Jr.
  1. +Arthur MOSELEY
  2.  John MOSELEY

Notes


Mary Gibson or Lockett taken from Goochland Co. Deed of 15 Oct 1734 with Moseleys.


Inherited one feather bed, furniture, and fifteen pounds current money.


[S1422]


                                                          _Thomas LOCKETT I____
                                                         | (1645 - 1686) m 1667
                                    _Thomas LOCKETT II___|
                                   | (1673 - 1745)       |
                                   |                     |_Margaret OSBORNE ___+
                                   |                       (1649 - 1708) m 1667
 _Thomas LOCKETT III_______________|
| (1700 - 1775) m 1720             |
|                                  |                      _Thomas OSBORNE III__+
|                                  |                     | (1641 - 1692)       
|                                  |_Martha OSBORNE _____|
|                                    (1670 - ....)       |
|                                                        |_Martha GOODE _______
|                                                          (1645 - ....)       
|
|--Mary LOCKETT 
|  (1725 - 1791)
|                                                         _____________________
|                                                        |                     
|                                   _____________________|
|                                  |                     |
|                                  |                     |_____________________
|                                  |                                           
|_Elizabeth (Eliza Judith) TOWNES _|
  (1704 - 1782) m 1720             |
                                   |                      _____________________
                                   |                     |                     
                                   |_____________________|
                                                         |
                                                         |_____________________
                                                                               

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ROGER III de MOWBRAY 1st Baron of Axholme

1254 - 21 Nov 1297

ID Number: I26763

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • OCCUPATION: of Thirsk & Hov.
  • BIRTH: 1254, Axholme, Lincoln, England
  • DEATH: 21 Nov 1297, Ghent, Holland
  • BURIAL: Fountains Abbey where there his effigy in stone.
  • RESOURCES: See: [S810] [S1034] [S2182]
Father: ROGER de MOWBRAY of Thirsk & Slingsby
Mother: MAUD de BEAUCHAMP


Family 1 : ROHESE de CLARE
  1. +JOHN de MOWBRAY 2nd Baron of Thirsk, Knt.

Notes


Roger was born about 1257 and in 1278 (6EdwardI) he had livery of his lands. In1282 and 1283 he was summoned for military service against the Welsh. They had revolted against the Marcher Lords, who killed their leader, Llewellyn, at Ironbridge, Shropshire. In June 1283 Roger was at the Parliament at Shrewsbury and again in 1287 the King required his presence at a miltary council at Gloucester.


In 1291 he was called into military service against the Scots, and again in 1296. There had been a Parliament with the Scots at Norham in the former year, and in the latter there was a savage sacking of Berwick with Earl Warrenne being made ruler of Scotland and the Stone of Scone removed to London.


From 1278 to 1294 there were quo warrento enquiries challenging the jurisdictional rights of the magnates. Perhaps it was as an outcome of these that in 1295 Roger was created Lord Mowbray, Baron by Writ. As no previous barony had been created by writ, he became premier baron of England.


In 1294 there was an outbreak of war with France when Philip IV confiscated Gascony. In September 1294 Roger was going there on the King's services. In 1297 Roger again attended Parliament, this time at Salibury. A record from 1295 shows 53 magnates summoned to Parliament


There is a record of Walter de Burnham agreeing to serve in Flanders under Roger de Mowbray in 1297. In that year and Edward I left for Flanders, and England was on the verge of civil war. Roger died at Ghent in 1297 and his body was brought back to be re-interred in Fountains Abbey where there his effigy in stone.


His marriage to to Rose de Clare, daughter of the Duke of Gloucester, had been arranged as early as his 13th. birthday by his and Rose's mothers. It took place in 1270 and produced a son and heir, John and perhaps a second son Geoffrey.


The entry in Burke's Extinct Peerage makes reference to a son Alexander who went to Scotland, but in the Mowbray Journal, Stephen Goslin claims that Alexander was in fact one of the seven sons of Geoffrey de Mowbray of Scotland, descended from Philip de Mowbray.


Inquisition Post Mortem
This lists Roger's land in the following counties:
Essex: at Doddinghurst and Easthorpe.
Leicestershire: at Melton mowbray, Kirkby on the Wreak, Frithby, Welby, Kettleby, Stathern, Eastwell, Goadby, Burton Lazars, Wyfordby, Little Dalby, Sysonby, Queeniborough, Cold Newton, Hoby, Pickwell, Leesthorpe, Bitteswell, Ullesthorpe, Ashton Flamville, Thrussington, Radcliffe.
Lincolnshire: at Gainsborough, Scawby, Garthorpe, Blyborough, Burton by Lincoln, and the whole of the Isle of Axholme (including Haxey, Butterwick, Ouston, Beltoft and Belton)
Northamptonshire: at Crich and Welford.
Nottinghamshire: at Egmanton, Averham, Serlby in Harworth, Auckley (partially in Yorkshire), and Finningley.
Rutland: at Empingham.
Warwickshire: at Monks Kirkby, Little Harborough, Wappenbury, Brinklow, Hampton in Arden, Nuthurst, Over, Chadwick, Newham, Baddesley Clinton, Shustoke, Bentley, Hesilholt and Smyte.
Yorkshire: too many places to list!


[S1034]


                                                                                 _NIGEL de MOWBRAY _______________________________________+
                                                                                | (1145 - 1191) m 1170                                    
                                         _WILLIAM de MOWBRAY ___________________|
                                        | (1160 - 1223)                         |
                                        |                                       |_MABEL de CLARE _________________________________________
                                        |                                         (1150 - 1203) m 1170                                    
 _ROGER de MOWBRAY of Thirsk & Slingsby_|
| (1220 - 1266)                         |
|                                       |                                        _WILLIAM "The Stronghand" d' AUBIGNY 1st Earl of Arundel_+
|                                       |                                       | (1102 - 1176) m 1136                                    
|                                       |_AGNES AUBIGNY of Arundel______________|
|                                         (1150 - ....)                         |
|                                                                               |_ADELIZA de LOUVAIN of England___________________________+
|                                                                                 (1103 - 1151) m 1136                                    
|
|--ROGER III de MOWBRAY 1st Baron of Axholme
|  (1254 - 1297)
|                                                                                _SIMON de BEAUCHAMP _____________________________________+
|                                                                               | (1145 - 1207)                                           
|                                        _WILLIAM de BEAUCHAMP Baron of Bedford_|
|                                       | (1185 - 1260) m 1220                  |
|                                       |                                       |_________________________________________________________
|                                       |                                                                                                 
|_MAUD de BEAUCHAMP ____________________|
  (1220 - 1273)                         |
                                        |                                        _WILLIAM Plantagenet de LONGESPEE 1st Earl of Salisbury__+
                                        |                                       | (1176 - 1225) m 1198                                    
                                        |_IDA de LONGESPEE _____________________|
                                          (1204 - 1268) m 1220                  |
                                                                                |_ELA Fitzpatrick de SALISBURY of Salisbury_______________+
                                                                                  (1185 - 1261) m 1198                                    

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[S1034]

[S2182]

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Chritopher PRITCHETT

ABT 1660 - ____

ID Number: I87346

  • RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1660
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS

Family 1 : Jane MUSE

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John ZIVELY

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I74742

  • RESIDENCE: TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS notes [S2828]

Family 1 : Permelia PENDLETON
  1.  Susan M. ZIVELY

Notes


LDS Shelly L FRITZ 7 Misty Mesa Ct Placitas, NM 87043 Submission Search: 1754104-0622102141315 CD-ROM: Pedigree Resource File - Compact Disc #47

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