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Elizabeth

1707 - AFT 1762

ID Number: I47579

  • RESIDENCE: Winchester, Frederick Co. VA & Rockingham Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 1707, of Frederick, VA
  • DEATH: AFT 1762, Rockingham Co. NC
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1707]

Family 1 : Samuel GANN Sr.
  1. +Samuel GANN Jr.

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Constable STEPHEN of Cardiff

ABT 1060 - ____

ID Number: I34975

  • TITLE: Constable
  • RESIDENCE: Wales
  • BIRTH: ABT 1060
  • RESOURCES: See: [S590]

Family 1 : NESTA TUDOR of Deheubarth South Wales
  1.  ROBERT Fitz_Stephen of Cardiff

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Dr. Thomas BARBEE M.D.

21 Jun 1809 - ____

ID Number: I90191

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • RESIDENCE: VA amd KY and Indianapolis, IN
  • BIRTH: 21 Jun 1809, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3345]

Family 1 : Alice Bickerton WINSTON

Notes


Thomas Barbee, 21 Jun 1809; moved to KY, then to Indianapolis, IN, d. there, leaving four children.

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Abigail Brown BROOKS

25 Apr 1808 - 6 Jun 1889

ID Number: I82954

  • RESIDENCE: Middlesex Co. MA
  • BIRTH: 25 Apr 1808, Medford, Middlesex, MA
  • DEATH: 6 Jun 1889
  • RESOURCES: See: notes

Family 1 : Charles Francis ADAMS

Notes


Father: Peter Chardon Brooks b: 6 JAN 1767 in /of Medford, Middlesex, MA
Mother: Nancy Gorham b: BEF. 1777 in /of Medford, Middlesex, MA


Sources:
Henry Adams of Somersetshire England and Braintree Mass. Publication: 1927: New York, 170 p, by J.G. Bartlett


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Roger CONEY

ABT 1450 - ____

ID Number: I51495

  • RESIDENCE: Lincolonshire, ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1450
  • RESOURCES: See: [S851]
Father: Geoffrey CONEY
Mother: ELIZABETH COPLEDIKE



                                                  _Anthony CONNEY ____________+
                                                 | (1350 - ....)              
                        _Robert CONEY ___________|
                       | (1397 - ....)           |
                       |                         |_Daughter of John FRISKNEY _+
                       |                           (1360 - ....)              
 _Geoffrey CONEY ______|
| (1420 - ....) m 1442 |
|                      |                          _John DIGBY ________________
|                      |                         | (1370 - ....)              
|                      |_Daughter of John DIGBY _|
|                        (1400 - ....)           |
|                                                |____________________________
|                                                                             
|
|--Roger CONEY 
|  (1450 - ....)
|                                                 ____________________________
|                                                |                            
|                       _WILLIAM COPLEDIKE ______|
|                      | (1402 - ....) m 1423    |
|                      |                         |____________________________
|                      |                                                      
|_ELIZABETH COPLEDIKE _|
  (1423 - ....) m 1442 |
                       |                          _THOMAS HAWLEY _____________+
                       |                         | (1370 - ....)              
                       |_ELINOR HAWLEY __________|
                         (1400 - ....) m 1423    |
                                                 |____________________________
                                                                              

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Samuel ESTES

1725 - 1791

ID Number: I95558

  • RESIDENCE: Caroline Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1725
  • DEATH: 1791
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3462]
Father: Abraham ESTES Jr.
Mother: Ann ESTES


Notes


2 Samuel ESTES b: 1725 d: 1791

                                                       _____________________
                                                      |                     
                       _Abraham ESTES "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1647 - 1720) m 1682          |
                      |                               |_____________________
                      |                                                     
 _Abraham ESTES Jr.___|
| (1697 - 1759) m 1715|
|                     |                                _Robert BROCK _______
|                     |                               | (1640 - ....)       
|                     |_Barbara BROCK ________________|
|                       (1667 - 1720) m 1682          |
|                                                     |_____________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Samuel ESTES 
|  (1725 - 1791)
|                                                      _____________________
|                                                     |                     
|                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) ESTES _______|
|                     |                               |
|                     |                               |_____________________
|                     |                                                     
|_Ann ESTES __________|
  (1696 - 1735) m 1715|
                      |                                _____________________
                      |                               |                     
                      |_______________________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |_____________________
                                                                            

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Hon. Joseph JONES of Hanover

1727 - 28 Oct 1805

ID Number: I45209

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War, State Militia; Burgess & Mbr Continental Congress
  • RESIDENCE: King George Co. & Fredricksburg, VA
  • BIRTH: 1727, King George Co. VA
  • DEATH: 28 Oct 1805, Fredericksburg, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1635] [S1659] [S1764] [S1956]
Father: James JONES "the Immigrant"
Mother: Hester DAVIS


Family 1 : Mary (Molly) TALIAFERRO
Family 2 : Mary WAUGH
  1.  Joseph JONES Jr.

Notes


JONES, Joseph, 1727-1805: JONES, Joseph, (uncle of James Monroe), a Delegate from Virginia; born in King George County, Va., in 1727; member of the colonial House of Burgesses; served on the committee of safety in 1775; delegate to the State constitutional convention of 1776; served in the State house of delegates in 1776, 1777, 1780, 1781, and 1783-1785; Member of the Continental Congress in 1777 and 1780-1783; appointed judge of the Virginia General Court January 23, 1778, and resigned in October 1779; reappointed to the same court November 19, 1789; member of the State convention in 1788 which ratified the Federal Constitution; major general of State militia; died in Fredericksburg, Va., October 28, 1805.


"According to The National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Joseph Jones attended law school in England, was admited to the Inner Temple in London in 1749, the Middle Temple in 1751, and to the Bar on June 21, 1751. He returned to the colonies where he practiced law in Fredericksburg for 20 years. In 1754 he became deputy attorney for the king, a position he held for 20 years as deputy royal attorney.


Documents in the U.S. Senate Library used to compile Jones' Congressional Biography say his public service career began in 1772 with his election to the Colonial House of Burgesses. He was sympathetic to the Colonies as evidenced by his election as chairman of the Committee for King George County in 1774 and subsequently on the second Virginia Committee on Safety, in all the Virginia Revolutionary Conventions and in the House of Delegates.
In the Convention of 1776 he was member of the committee that framed the Virginia Declaration of Rights and the state constitution. He was elected to the Continental Congress of 1777-1778 but withdrew to accept an appointment as Judge of the Virginia General Court. He resigned that two years later to return to service in Congress, 1780-1786. He declined to seek re-election in 1786 and was reappointed Judge on November 19, 1789 and held that office until his death. Toward the close of the war, he was commissioned a Major General of the Virginia militia.


According to his Congressional Biography, he authored one bill in Congress which rebuked his native home state of Virginia for its hard-line attempt to abolish the Northwest Territory. He was viewed as a contributor of sound fiscal policies for his state and Congress. He had many close friends in Congress and was in frequent correspondence with Presidents Washington, Jefferson and Madison (his letters were published by the U.S. State Department in 1889, W.C. Ford , editor). Both The National Cyclopedia and Dictionary of American Biography say he played a role in shaping his nephew James Monroe who became the 5th President of the United States (George Morgan, "The Life of James Monroe," 1921, p. 14). He also has letters that were published in "The Papers of Thomas Jefferson," Vols. I, 3, 4,5,6,and 9,(authors: Jeff and Julian P. Boyd) by Princeton Press.


Joseph Jones shows up in numerous legal proceedings of old Virginia. Among them:
Apr. 12, 1750-received 175 acres of land in Northhampton NC from Walter & Benjamin Morrell;
Feb. 19, 1752-received 50 acres in NC from William Lucas;
Mar. 12, 1752-sold 50 acres in NC to Lewis Joyner;
Apr. 9, 1752-sold 175 acres to Richard Kello;
Feb. 9, 1757-received 100 acres on Round Hill, NC from John Exum (near Vasser, Jesse Jones);
Dec. 5, 1758- guardian of Elizabeth Taliaferro on her father Francis death,(p. 73 of Spotsylvania County);
Jun 13, 1759-sold 160 acres at Round Hill to William Spivey;
July 6, 1761-administrator of the estate of Moses Standley (p. 60 of Spotsylvania County Records);
Dec. 3,1764-co-administrator of the will of Robert Duncansom (p. 62 of Spotsylvania County Records);
In 1767, a friendly suit was brought by Joseph Jones, guardian of John, Lucy Mary, and Nicholas Taliaferro, infants against Gen. Wm Woodford, execr of Nicholas Battaile. It was decided that the infants were entitled to two hundred pounds each under the will of their grandfather, Nicholas B, after the death of his daughter, Elizabeth. Joseph Jones was uncle by marriage to the infants who were 14, 12 and 10 respectively.
Mar 21, 1771-named as husband of Mary Hardin Taliaferro's daughter, Mary Taliaferro Jones, in Mary Hardin Taliaferro's will (P. 458, Spots Co.);
Feb. 16, 1774-received land in the probating of Spence Monroe's will (Wills of Westmoreland County);
Mar. 4, 1779-bought interest of Wm. Woodford in "The Fredksbg Brewery" with Geo. Thornton (Joseph lived in King George County at this time);
Jul. 13, 1779-Jones, Fielding Lewis, James Taylor, Jr. and George Taylor sold 798 acres called "Long Branch, NC" to John Taliaferro of King George County for 9 pounds per acre (Geo. Thornton, Chas. Washington, Fras.Thornton, Rd. Brooke);
Oct. 19, 1780-Executor of John Lewis estate.
In October 1780, James Madison was asked to draft the letter to accompany the report and justify American claims. The free transit of the Mississippi was important as it provided the only feasible means of export for the produce of most of the vast lands west of the Appalachians and east of the Mississippi. Virginia claimed much of this land, and it was natural that Madison, a Virginian, would see free transit as essential. Madison, however, would support the free transit of the Mississippi throughout his career -- long after Virginia had given up her claims and new states had been formed west of the Appalachians.


The cession [an act of ceding or surrendering] of state claimed lands west of the Appalachians was a related issue. Virginia had well established claims for what are now Kentucky and West Virginia. Additionally, Virginia claimed the Northwest Territory on the basis of the startlingly successful expedition of George Rogers Clark into that territory. There was general agreement, perhaps, that the lands, as they became populated, should be formed into new states. However, conflicting claims of state governments,Revolutionary War veterans who had been promised land, and land companies swirled around these lands and made settlement difficult.


George Mason, Madison and, Joseph Jones, another Virginia delegate, produced a plan for Virginia's cession of the Northwest Territory. Virginia would renounce its claims dependent upon Congressional acceptance of its conditions: recompense for the Clark expedition; recognition of claims of veterans; disavowal of claims based on purchases from the Native American nations. and that the ceded lands be a common fund for benefit of the United States. Virginia agreed in January, 1781, but Madison was initially unable to secure agreement by Congress. The matter dragged on for several years,but was finally resolved along the lines of the Virginia proposal:


Thus important foundations were laid: the principle of cession of Western lands for the common good had been agreed to by all the states and the idea of new, fully equal states acceding to the union of the original thirteen opened the way for, in Jefferson's famous phrase, the "empire of liberty" to spread across the continent (Ketcham, page 100)".


Cong. Joseph Jones was a prolific writer. One of many letters he wrote from his homes/estates of Yellow Creek and Spring Hill may have played a pivotal role in the early days of the nation in 1783. By that time, active hostilities in the Revolutionary War had been over since 1781 and Commissioners Franklin, Jay and Adams were negotiating the final treaty in Great Britain. Even without a war, Congress decided to retain the Continental Army as long as the British remained in New York. Headquartered at Newburgh, NY, the army had not been paid since the early days of the war in 1774. Major mutinies had occured in 1780 in Connecticutt and 1781 by Pennsylvania and New Jersey Troops. Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates had been associated with the earlier uprisings and still sought to replace General George Washington. A letter from Joseph Jones to Washington alerted the future first President that his troops were near revolt and military coop over Congress' failure to pay any back wages for the militia's successful Revolutionary War against Britain. Gen. Washington gave what may have been his best and most famous speech at Newburgh on March 15, 1783 and the uprising was officially over (Source: Sons of the American Revolution).


April 15, 1788 - Joseph Jones of King George County to William Bankhead of Westmoreland County certain lot and improvements in the Town of Fredericksburg now in the occupation of James Munroe and Doctor Lawrence Brooke. Witness; John Chew, Jr.; William Wiatt and Thomas Cochran.
1791-1797 - Joseph Jones in Fredericksburg Tax Records for one tithable.
May 17, 1800 - Joseph Jones sold his interest in Brewery Lott No. 272 to John Lewis of Fredericksburg. Witnesses were William Pearson, George Rothrock, Josa Ingham.


Joseph Jones is also mentioned in the SC Gazette: April 1901, p. 141; July 1901, p. 243; June 1902, pp. 175-176:
JONES, Joseph, (uncle of James Monroe), a Delegate from Virginia; born in King George County, Va., in 1727; member of the colonial House of Burgesses;served on the committee of safety in 1775; delegate to the State constitutional convention of 1776; served in the State house of delegates in 1776, 1777, 1780, 1781, and 1783-1785; Member of the Continental Congress in 1777 and 1780-1783; appointed judge of the Virginia General Court January 23, 1778, and resigned in October 1779; reappointed to the same court November 19, 1789; member of the State convention in 1788 which ratified the Federal Constitution; major general of State militia; died in Fredericksburg, Va., October 28, 1805.


3/28/1795: The will of Joseph Jones, Esq., is listed on pages 437-438 of Will Book G, Loudoun County, VA: "Wholly reconciled to the will of God, I Joseph Jones of the Town of
Frederickburg being sound and disposing mind and understanding do make this my last Will and Testament revoking all other Wills by me heretofore made.


I give and devise unto my son Joseph Jones and his heirs and assigns all me estate real and personal. In case he shall dye before he arrives at lawful age, or being of lawful age shall dye without a child or children to inherit the estate hereby given to him.


It is my Will that the same shall after his death be divided between the children of my late sisters Ester TYLER and Elizabeth MONROE now living allowing my nephew, Col. James Monroe, the first choice.


If my son Joseph should dye before lawful age, I release to Dr.Tyler the interest that shall have accrued on his bond to me. James Monroe by agreement between us is to have a moiety of the land I purchased from Col. Charles Carter in Loudoun and my other Executors on settlement, and division of the Tract are to convey to him a right to the moiety which may be allotted to him the Deed for the whole being made to me from Col. Carter.


I appoint Dr. James Tyler and Joseph Jones, my son, Executors of this my Will in Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 28th day of March, 1795. James Monroe was involved in proving the will in Court in Loudoun County on January 18, 1806.


Joseph Jones died on Saturday, October 26, 1805 (based on obituary). His obituary ran in many Virginia Newspapers (Virginia Herald, Fredericksburg on 10/29/1805); (The Enquirer, Richmond on 11/5/1805); and (Petersburg Intelligencer, Petersburg on 11/1/1805). The obituaries were identical (long version follows): "On Saturday last, about 11 o'clock, departed this life,after an illness of about three weeks in this town, the Honorable Joseph Jones, one of the Judges of the General Court of Virginia, aged 78. In the character of this truly excellent man were combined the tender sensibilities and enobling virtues of the human heart-with strong powers of mind, his judicial conduct was regarded as the most upright and praiseworthy--Frank,affable, humane and benevolent, he imperceptibly won the affections of his acquaintance--He was stedfast in principle, sound in judgement, and faithful in friendship; but friendship is unable to delineate character which panegyric could scarcely pourtray.--By the unrelenting hand of death, the public and society have sustainedan irreparable loss; but he whose demise is so sincerely lamented and sensibly felt, is now supremely happy; placed above the reach of every earthly woe, and rejoicing among the spiris of the just made perfect.
" Go aged sage and repose thy head, In peaceful slumbers with the honor'd dead; Go gentle spirit and ascend above, Go dwell with Saints in everlasting love. Thy toils now o'er thy debt of nature paid, Receive this tribute to thy sacred shade; Go, reap with them an everlasting crown, Fair Heaven's reward to virtue and renown."


(Many accounts of Joseph Jones confused Congressman Joseph Jones with another Joseph Jones who lived at Dinwhildie who was also a member of the Virginia Convention and a major-general of the militia.)


There appears to have been some kinship between Joseph Jones and John Winston Jones of Virginia (son of Alexander Jones who married Mary Ann Winston; other siblings included Eliza Jones and Gustavus Jones). John married Harriet Bouisseau of Virginia and they had 3 children: Mary Jones (married George W. Towns who became Governor of Georgia); James B. Jones (married Ann Crawley Winston) and Alex Jones. John Winston Jones was active in Virginia politics and was elected Speaker of the 28th Congress in the U.S. House of Representatives in the 1840's.


More About CONGRESSMAN JOSEPH JONES, CONGRESSMAN:
Appointed: Bet. January 23, 1778 - October 1779, Judge, General Court of Virginia17
Membership: 1788, Virginia State Convention which ratified federal constitution18,19"


Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume II, I--Fathers of the Revolution: Joseph Jones
son of James Jones, a building contractor, was born in King George county, Virginia, in 1727, and was an influential member of the house of burgesses from King George county in the assemblies of 1772-1774, and 1775, and was also a member of the committee of safety in 1775, and of all the conventions of 1774, 1775 and 1776. He was a delegate to the Continental Congress, 1777-78 and 1780-83. He was judge of the general court, 1778-79, and was reappointed November 19, 1789. He was a member of the conventions of 1788, and served in the Virginia state militia as majorgeneral. He was frequently a member of the house of delegates, and through his opposition the proposition of the legislature to revoke the release given to the United States of the territory northwest of the Ohio river, was rejected, and the legislature was induced to conform to the wishes of the Federal Congress. His sister, Elizabeth, married Spence Monroe, and became the mother of James Monroe, president of the United States. Mr. Jones died in King George county, October 28, 1805. His letters have been recently published by Worthington C. Ford, and show him to have been a man of decided ability and originality.





[S1635] [S1764]


                                                                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) JONES _
                                                                           |                         
                               _(RESEARCH QUERY) of Spots Orange VA JONES _|
                              |                                            |
                              |                                            |_________________________
                              |                                                                      
 _James JONES "the Immigrant"_|
| (1695 - 1744) m 1726        |
|                             |                                             _________________________
|                             |                                            |                         
|                             |____________________________________________|
|                                                                          |
|                                                                          |_________________________
|                                                                                                    
|
|--Joseph JONES of Hanover
|  (1727 - 1805)
|                                                                           _________________________
|                                                                          |                         
|                              _Joshua DAVIS Sr.___________________________|
|                             | (1667 - 1703)                              |
|                             |                                            |_________________________
|                             |                                                                      
|_Hester DAVIS _______________|
  (1700 - ....) m 1726        |
                              |                                             _________________________
                              |                                            |                         
                              |____________________________________________|
                                                                           |
                                                                           |_________________________
                                                                                                     

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[S1659]

[S1764]

[S1956]

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Alexander S. NORWOOD

1825 - ____

ID Number: I26291

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 1825, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S818] [S1960]
Father: Abel Theophilus NORWOOD
Mother: Catherine E. WILLIAMS


Family 1 : Catherine ANDREWS

Notes


1850 E. Feliciana Parish, LA
F 511 H.S. Norwood 25 M La.
C.E. 24 F La.
F James Andrews 22 M La.
L.E. 18 F La.


This is probably A. S. - Alexander S. Norwood, son of Abelt T. & Catherine E. Williams. He m. Catherine Andrews b 1826. James & L.E. Andrews? her brothers? [S818]


                                                      _Theophilus NORWOOD II_+
                                                     | (1725 - 1792) m 1749  
                            _Samuel NORWOOD Sr.______|
                           | (1753 - 1817) m 1785    |
                           |                         |_Margaret DAWSON ______+
                           |                           (1725 - 1765) m 1749  
 _Abel Theophilus NORWOOD _|
| (1800 - 1838) m 1821     |
|                          |                          _Abel WADDELL _________+
|                          |                         | (1737 - 1798) m 1762  
|                          |_Martha "Patti" WADDELL _|
|                            (1768 - 1838) m 1785    |
|                                                    |_Rachel STANDARD ______+
|                                                      (1744 - 1826) m 1762  
|
|--Alexander S. NORWOOD 
|  (1825 - ....)
|                                                     _David WILLIAMS _______
|                                                    | (1724 - 1766)         
|                           _Membrance WILLIAMS _____|
|                          | (1752 - 1802)           |
|                          |                         |_Catherine_____________
|                          |                           (1728 - 1800)         
|_Catherine E. WILLIAMS ___|
  (1802 - 1836) m 1821     |
                           |                          _William BROWN Sr._____+
                           |                         | (1720 - ....)         
                           |_Ann (Nancy) BROWN ______|
                             (1755 - ....)           |
                                                     |_______________________
                                                                             

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Mary Ann WOOLMAN

20 Sep 1792 - 2 Jul 1822

ID Number: I57750

  • RESIDENCE: Columbiana Co. OH
  • BIRTH: 20 Sep 1792, Burlington, Burlington, New Jersey
  • DEATH: 2 Jul 1822, Columbiana Co. Ohio
  • BURIAL: graveyard next to the Friends Church in Damascus, OH
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2117]

Family 1 : John STANLEY Sr.
  1.  Clotilde STANLEY

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