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William DUMOY

ABT 1710 - ____

ID Number: I49207

  • RESIDENCE: Newport, RI
  • BIRTH: ABT 1710
  • DEATH: at sea
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1753]

Family 1 : Mary MAJOR

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Anne EVERARD

ABT 1710 - ____

ID Number: I67498

  • RESIDENCE: of Granville Co. NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1710
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2561]
Father: RICHARD EVERARD Gov. of North Carolina
Mother: Susan KIDDER


Notes


married George Lathbury.

                                                                  _RICHARD EVERARD 2nd Bart_+
                                                                 | (1625 - 1694) m 1654     
                                          _HUGH EVERARD 3rd Bart_|
                                         | (1655 - 1707) m 1683  |
                                         |                       |_Elizabeth GIBBS _________
                                         |                         (1630 - ....) m 1654     
 _RICHARD EVERARD Gov. of North Carolina_|
| (1683 - 1733) m 1705                   |
|                                        |                        __________________________
|                                        |                       |                          
|                                        |_Mary BROWN ___________|
|                                          (1660 - 1707) m 1683  |
|                                                                |__________________________
|                                                                                           
|
|--Anne EVERARD 
|  (1710 - ....)
|                                                                 __________________________
|                                                                |                          
|                                         _______________________|
|                                        |                       |
|                                        |                       |__________________________
|                                        |                                                  
|_Susan KIDDER __________________________|
  (1680 - 1739) m 1705                   |
                                         |                        __________________________
                                         |                       |                          
                                         |_______________________|
                                                                 |
                                                                 |__________________________
                                                                                            

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Maj. Gen. Fitzhugh "Fitz" LEE C.S.A. Gov. of Virginia

19 Nov 1835 - 1905

ID Number: I38973

  • TITLE: Maj. Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. Chief of ANV Cav. & abt 1896 Mil Gov of Havanna for USA
  • RESIDENCE: Clermont, Fairfax and Stafford Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 19 Nov 1835, Clermont, Fairfax Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1905
  • RESOURCES: See: See BIO Notes [S965] [S2285]
Father: Sidney Smith LEE C.S.N.
Mother: Anna Maria MASON


Family 1 : Ellen BERNARD
  1.  Ellen LEE
  2.  Fitzhugh LEE
  3.  George LEE
  4.  Nannie LEE
  5.  Virginia LEE

Notes


"Major-General Fitzhugh Lee was born at Clermont, Fairfax county, Va., November 19, 1835. He is the son of Sydney Smith Lee, who was a brother of Robert E. Lee, and son of Gen. and Gov. Henry Lee. (excerpt on father's record).........
Fitzhugh Lee was graduated at the United States military academy in 1856, and after serving until January 1, 1858, in the cavalry school at Carlisle, Pa., as an instructor, he was assigned to frontier duty in Texas with his regiment, the Second cavalry. He served at several Texas posts, and on May 13, 1859, in a fight with Comanche Indians was shot through the lungs with an arrow, and his life despaired of. In 1860 he was ordered to report to West Point as instructor of cavalry. In 1861 he resigned his commission as first lieutenant, and tendered his services to his native State. He was commissioned first lieutenant, corps of cavalry, C. S. A.; promoted lieutenant-colonel, First Virginia cavalry (Stuart's regiment), August, 1861, and colonel, March, 1862. His first service was rendered in staff duty, under General Beauregard at Manassas, and as adjutant-general of Ewell's brigade during the battle of First Manassas. In the spring of 1862, with his regiment, he aided in covering the retreat from Yorktown, and in the raid of the cavalry under Stuart, around McClellan's peninsular army, he was particularly distinguished in the capture of the camp of his old Federal regiment, and in the defense as rear guard while Stuart's other commands built a bridge over the Chickahominy, which he was the last man to cross. He was recommended by Stuart for promotion to brigadier-general, which soon followed, and at the organization of the cavalry division, July 28th, he was put in command of the Second brigade, consisting of the First, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Ninth Virginia regiments and Breathed's battery. He took an active part in the cavalry operations in August, connected with Jackson's advance northward, and in the capture of Manassas depot; participated in Stuart's advance into Maryland, screening the movements of the army, and after McClellan could no longer be held in check at South mountain, his brigade covered the retreat through Boonsboro, where there was a fierce and protracted fight. He succeeded in delaying the enemy through the greater part of September 16th, and then joined the army before Sharpsburg. In November his brigade was reorganized. He served on the Confederate left above Fredericksburg in December, took part in the raid on Dumfries and Fairfax Station, and in February, 1863, moved to Culpeper to guard the upper Rappahannock, giving battle to Averell at Kellysville, an action which Stuart reported as "one of the most brilliant achievements of the war," which he took "pride in witnessing." At the field of Chancellorsville he led the advance of the flank movement, rode with Jackson to reconnoiter the position of Howard, and commanded the cavalry in the Sunday battle. During Stuart's raid of June, 1863, he captured part of Custer's brigade at Hanover, and reached Gettysburg in time for a fierce hand-to-hand cavalry fight on July 3d. During the retreat he rendered distinguished service. He was now promoted major-general and in September took command of one of the two cavalry divisions, with which, when R. E. Lee decided to push Meade from his front on the Rapidan, he held the lines while the main army moved out on the enemy's flank. He fought about Brandy Station and encountered Custer at Buckland Mills. After the contest with Grant in the Wilderness his division, thrown in front of the Federal advance toward Spottsylvania, engaged in one of its most severe conflicts. The Confederate troopers were a terrible annoyance to the Federals, "swarming in the woods like angry bees," and Sheridan started on a raid to Richmond to draw them off. At the resulting battle of Yellow Tavern, where Stuart was fatally wounded, at Hawes' Shop and Cold Harbor, and at Trevilian's, he contested with Sheridan the honors of the field, and August, 1864, found him again opposed to that famous Federal officer in the Shenandoah valley. Here he commanded the cavalry of Early's army. He fought the spirited battle of Cedarville, and at Winchester, September 19th, displayed great courage and energy in attempting to save the field. In the midst of a terrible artillery fire his famous horse "Nellie" was shot, and at the same time he received a wound in the thigh which disabled him for several months. On recovering he made an expedition into northwestern Virginia in the following winter. Upon the promotion of Hampton to lieutenant-general, Lee became chief of the cavalry of the army of Northern Virginia, and commanded that corps at Five Forks. After rendering invaluable service on the retreat, he was ordered to make an attack, on April 9th, at Appomattox, supported by Gordon, and in this movement, which met overwhelming opposition, his cavalry became separated from the main body. He participated in the final council of war, and after the surrender returned to Richmond with Gen. R. E. Lee. He then retired to his home in Stafford county, and resided later near Alexandria. In 1874 he delivered an address at Bunker Hill which greatly aided the restoration of brotherly feeling. He was a conspicuous figure at the Yorktown centennial, and at the Washington centennial celebration at New York city, at the head of the Virginia troops, he received a magnificent ovation. In 1885 he was nominated for governor by the Democratic party and made a memorable and successful campaign against John S. Wise. After serving as governor until 1890, he became president of the Pittsburg & Virginia railroad. In 1896 he was sent to Cuba as consul-general at Havana, under the circumstances one of the most important positions in the diplomatic service. In this he represented the United States with such dignity and ability that he was retained in the place after the inauguration of President McKinley, through all the trying difficulties preceding the war with Spain. After the outbreak of war he was made a major-general of volunteers in the United States army, and at the close of hostilities was appointed military governor of the
province of Havana." CMH, vol. 3


"I. Fitzhugh Lee((7)), the eldest son of Sidney S. Lee and Anna M. Mason, his wife; was b. at "Clermont," Fairfax Co., Va., Nov. 19, 1835; d. April 28, 1905. Married (April 19, 1871) Ellen Bernard, daughter of George D. and Sarah Ellen (Hooe) Fowle, of Alexandria, Va."





[S2285]


                                                                          _Henry LEE II____________________+
                                                                         | (1729 - 1787) m 1753            
                           _Henry "Lighthorse Harry" LEE Gov.of Virginia_|
                          | (1756 - 1818) m 1793                         |
                          |                                              |_Lucy Ludwell GRYMES ____________+
                          |                                                (1720 - ....) m 1753            
 _Sidney Smith LEE C.S.N._|
| (1802 - 1869) m 1834    |
|                         |                                               _Charles Hill CARTER of Shirley__+
|                         |                                              | (1733 - 1802) m 1770            
|                         |_Anne Hill CARTER ____________________________|
|                           (1773 - 1829) m 1793                         |
|                                                                        |_Ann Butler MOORE _______________+
|                                                                          (1756 - 1810) m 1770            
|
|--Fitzhugh "Fitz" LEE C.S.A. Gov. of Virginia
|  (1835 - 1905)
|                                                                         _George MASON IV of Gunston Hall_+
|                                                                        | (1725 - 1792) m 1750            
|                          _John MASON of "Analostan Island"_____________|
|                         | (1764 - 1824)                                |
|                         |                                              |_Ann EILBECK ____________________+
|                         |                                                (1734 - 1773) m 1750            
|_Anna Maria MASON _______|
  (1811 - 1895) m 1834    |
                          |                                               _________________________________
                          |                                              |                                 
                          |_Anna Maria MURRAY ___________________________|
                            (1770 - ....)                                |
                                                                         |_________________________________
                                                                                                           

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[S2285]

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Joseph Carl MEADE


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James SCREVEN

1706 - 1758

ID Number: I36603

  • RESIDENCE: Charleston, SC
  • BIRTH: 1706
  • DEATH: 1758
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 10PP-XGS) [S1337]
Father: Samuel SCREVEN
Mother: Sarah? WITTER


Family 1 : Mary Hyrne SMITH
  1.  Thomas Smith SCREVEN

Notes


Children: James, Thomas Smith, Martha, James Bridget, John, & Elizabeth 1758-1843.
Also See: http://www.rootsweb.com/~gascreve/slineage.htm#Screven
Children:
....3 Thomas Smith Screven, Col b: January 24, 1740/41 d: May 04, 1804 .+Hart b: in dau of Rev Oliver hart
.......4 Thomas Screven b: Abt. 1770 +Mary (Maulsey) Hyrne Smith b: Abt. 1770 Father: Archer Smith
....3 James Screven, Gen b: Abt. 1744 d: November 25, 1778 in killed by tories and Indians in Liberty Co, GA + Mary Esther Odingsell
.......4 Charles Screven, Rev b: 1774 d: 1830 in NY
....3 Martha Screven b: Aft. 1744
....3 Barbara Screven b: Bef. 1750 +Robert
....3 John Screven, Col b: November 23, 1750 in GA d: 1804 +Patience Holmes m: January 30, 1772 d: 1776
....*2nd Wife of John Screven, Col: +Elizabeth Pendarvis b: May 23, 1755 m: 1776 Father: Josiah Pendarvis,Sen Mother: Mary Bedon
.......4 John Screven b: January 18, 1777 d: November 30, 1830 +Harriet Proctor b: January 08, 1778 m: January 05, 1797 d: September 08, 1803 in killed in hurricane on Wilmington Island, GA - house fell in
..........5 Amelia Sophia Screven b: November 05, 1797
..........5 James Proctor Screven b: October 11, 1799 +Hannah G m: December 28, 1826
.............6 John Screven b: September 18, 1827
.............6 Delia Screven b: April 01, 1829 d: April 03, 1829


.............6 Joseph Bryan Screven b: April 29, 1830 d: May 28, 1831
.............6 Sarah Ada Screven b: July 29, 1831
.............6 Thomas Forman Screven b: April 19, 1834
.............6 James Proctor Screven b: 1838 d: 1876
..........5 John Screven b: August 04, 1803 d: September 08, 1803 in Wilmington Isl, GA - killed with mother by house falling in during hurricane





                                                         _____________________
                                                        |                     
                       _William SCREVEN "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1629 - 1713) m 1674            |
                      |                                 |_____________________
                      |                                                       
 _Samuel SCREVEN _____|
| (1677 - ....)       |
|                     |                                  _Robert CUTTS _______
|                     |                                 | (1620 - 1675)       
|                     |_Bridget CUTTS __________________|
|                       (1650 - 1717) m 1674            |
|                                                       |_Mary HOEL __________
|                                                         (1620 - ....)       
|
|--James SCREVEN 
|  (1706 - 1758)
|                                                        _____________________
|                                                       |                     
|                      _________________________________|
|                     |                                 |
|                     |                                 |_____________________
|                     |                                                       
|_Sarah? WITTER ______|
  (1680 - ....)       |
                      |                                  _____________________
                      |                                 |                     
                      |_________________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |_____________________
                                                                              

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Kristine SEVERSON


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Gertie M. SILVEY

20 Jul 1907 - 1930

ID Number: I54894

Father: Corbin Alfred SILVEY
Mother: Martha Isabell "Ibby" Jane PURL



                                                          _Martin SILVEY _________________+
                                                         | (1812 - ....)                  
                                    _John H. SILVEY _____|
                                   | (1839 - ....)       |
                                   |                     |________________________________
                                   |                                                      
 _Corbin Alfred SILVEY ____________|
| (1876 - 1954) m 1896             |
|                                  |                      ________________________________
|                                  |                     |                                
|                                  |_____________________|
|                                                        |
|                                                        |________________________________
|                                                                                         
|
|--Gertie M. SILVEY 
|  (1907 - 1930)
|                                                         _Uriah Martin " Urie " PURL Sr._+
|                                                        | (1820 - ....) m 1840           
|                                   _Hugh Kelsay PURL ___|
|                                  | (1845 - 1915) m 1868|
|                                  |                     |_Mahala KELSAY _________________+
|                                  |                       (1822 - 1895) m 1840           
|_Martha Isabell "Ibby" Jane PURL _|
  (1875 - 1950) m 1896             |
                                   |                      _Charles STARK _________________+
                                   |                     | (1802 - 1882) m 1836           
                                   |_Margaret STARK _____|
                                     (1842 - 1905) m 1868|
                                                         |_Elizabeth MANES _______________+
                                                           (1820 - 1911) m 1836           

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[S1985]

[S1891]

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WILLIAM de SOISSONS Count of Exemes

ABT 1000 - AFT 1076

ID Number: I29690

  • OCCUPATION: Count of Exemes, Soissons, and Troyes
  • RESIDENCE: Soissons, FR
  • BIRTH: ABT 1000
  • DEATH: AFT 1076
  • RESOURCES: See: [S790] [S2144] [S3276]
Father: WILLIAM I de EU of Hiemes and Eu
Mother: LEFIELTNA (Lesceline) d' HARCOURT of Tourville


Family 1 : ADELAIS de SOSSIONS of Soissons

Notes


The Complete Peerage vol.V, p.152, Married abt 1058 to Adelais of Soissons.
Child 1: Renaud d. abt 1146
Child 2: Ramentrude m. Ive de Nesle, Seigneur de Nesle.


a. William, Count d'Eu, Soissons et Troyes (a 1076) m. (1058) Aelis (d 18.09.1066)










[S3276]


                                                                                                              _WILLIAM I "Longsword" de NORMANDY 2nd Duke of Normandy_+
                                                                                                             | (0913 - 0943) m 0932                                   
                                                  _RICHARD I "The Fearless" de NORMANDY 3rd Duke of Normandy_|
                                                 | (0933 - 0996) m 0952                                      |
                                                 |                                                           |_SPROTE de BRETAGNE ____________________________________+
                                                 |                                                             (0915 - 1005) m 0932                                   
 _WILLIAM I de EU of Hiemes and Eu_______________|
| (0978 - 1057)                                  |
|                                                |                                                            _HERFASTUS de CREPON of Denmark_________________________+
|                                                |                                                           | (0911 - 1002)                                          
|                                                |_GUNNORA de CR╩PON of Denmark______________________________|
|                                                  (0936 - 1031) m 0952                                      |
|                                                                                                            |_GYRID Olafsdottir______________________________________+
|                                                                                                              (0920 - ....)                                          
|
|--WILLIAM de SOISSONS Count of Exemes
|  (1000 - 1076)
|                                                                                                             _TOURUDE de HARCOURT ___________________________________+
|                                                                                                            | (0950 - 1027)                                          
|                                                 _TURKETIL Turqueville d' HARCOURT _________________________|
|                                                | (0970 - 1027)                                             |
|                                                |                                                           |_WEVIA de CREPON of Denmark_____________________________+
|                                                |                                                             (0942 - ....)                                          
|_LEFIELTNA (Lesceline) d' HARCOURT of Tourville_|
  (.... - 1057)                                  |
                                                 |                                                            _HUGH III MONTFORT Baron de Montford____________________+
                                                 |                                                           |                                                        
                                                 |_ADELINE de MONTFORT ______________________________________|
                                                   (0953 - 1030)                                             |
                                                                                                             |________________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                                                      

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[S2144]

[S3276]

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Kempe TALIAFERRO

ABT 1723 - 1749

ID Number: I86952

  • RESIDENCE: Caroline Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1723
  • DEATH: 1749, Caroline Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3225]
Father: Charles TALIAFERRO
Mother: Ann KEMPE


Family 1 : Mary THORNTON
  1. +Henry (Harry) TALIAFERRO
  2.  Mary TALIAFERRO
  3.  Sarah TALIAFERRO

                                                       _Robert TALIAFERRO I "the Immigrant"_+
                                                      | (1626 - 1671) m 1654                
                       _John "The Ranger" TALIAFERRO _|
                      | (1656 - 1720) m 1682          |
                      |                               |_Katherine DEBNAM ___________________+
                      |                                 (1628 - 1680) m 1654                
 _Charles TALIAFERRO _|
| (1692 - 1724) m 1710|
|                     |                                _Lawrence SMITH I "the Immigrant"____+
|                     |                               | (1629 - 1700) m 1651                
|                     |_Sarah SMITH __________________|
|                       (1660 - 1720) m 1682          |
|                                                     |_Mary DEBNAM ________________________+
|                                                       (1629 - 1700) m 1651                
|
|--Kempe TALIAFERRO 
|  (1723 - 1749)
|                                                      _____________________________________
|                                                     |                                     
|                      _Richard KEMPE ________________|
|                     | (1660 - ....)                 |
|                     |                               |_____________________________________
|                     |                                                                     
|_Ann KEMPE __________|
  (1694 - ....) m 1710|
                      |                                _Thomas WILLIS WYLLYS _______________+
                      |                               | (1628 - 1670) m 1657                
                      |_Eleanor (Ellinor) WILLIS _____|
                        (1655 - 1734)                 |
                                                      |_Mary BENTLEY (WIDOW) WILLIS ________
                                                        (1633 - 1684) m 1657                

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