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John ANDREWS II

24 Oct 1679 - 1728

ID Number: I5645

  • OCCUPATION: Ens., West Parish Company, Fairfield, May 1715
  • RESIDENCE: Fairfield, CT
  • BIRTH: 24 Oct 1679, Fairfield, CT
  • DEATH: 1728, Fairfield, CT
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S274] [S2361]
Father: John ANDREWS ANDRUS I
Mother: Bethia KIRBY


Family 1 : Eleanor BURR
  1.  John ANDREWS III
  2.  Abigail ANDREWS
  3.  Eleanor ANDREWS
  4.  Daniel ANDREWS
  5.  Abraham ANDREWS
  6.  Ebenezer ANDREWS
Family 2 : Abigail STURGIS

Notes


In 1708 he was called (Conn. Co.. Rec.) brother-in-law of Deborah widow of Joseph Whelpley (she was born Deborah Burr). Adm'n granted, 3 Dec 1728, to Abigail and John Andrews. Dower in Est. of Ens. John was set to his widow Abigail, 6 Jan 1729/30. [S274]

                                                                  _ ANDREWS ___________________+
                                                                 | (1600 - ....)               
                         _Francis ANDREWS ANDRUS "the Immigrant"_|
                        | (1623 - 1662) m 1645                   |
                        |                                        |_____________________________
                        |                                                                      
 _John ANDREWS ANDRUS I_|
| (1646 - 1683) m 1679  |
|                       |                                         _Giles SMITH "the Immigrant"_+
|                       |                                        | (1604 - 1669)               
|                       |_Anna SMITH ____________________________|
|                         (1625 - 1663) m 1645                   |
|                                                                |_Mary WHEELER _______________
|                                                                  (1605 - ....)               
|
|--John ANDREWS II
|  (1679 - 1728)
|                                                                 _____________________________
|                                                                |                             
|                        _John KIRBY ____________________________|
|                       | (1620 - 1677) m 1644                   |
|                       |                                        |_____________________________
|                       |                                                                      
|_Bethia KIRBY _________|
  (1658 - 1700) m 1679  |
                        |                                         _____________________________
                        |                                        |                             
                        |_Elizabeth______________________________|
                          (1624 - 1697) m 1644                   |
                                                                 |_____________________________
                                                                                               

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Elwood BENTLEY

1903 - ____

ID Number: I12939

  • RESIDENCE: Pike Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1903
  • RESOURCES: See: [S160]
Father: John Henry BENTLEY
Mother: Bodicia "Dicie" MEADE


Notes


--Sources
Birth: John Wallace diskette.

                                                 ___________________________
                                                |                           
                          ______________________|
                         |                      |
                         |                      |___________________________
                         |                                                  
 _John Henry BENTLEY ____|
| (1877 - ....) m 1897   |
|                        |                       ___________________________
|                        |                      |                           
|                        |______________________|
|                                               |
|                                               |___________________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Elwood BENTLEY 
|  (1903 - ....)
|                                                _Richard Lewis MEADE ______+
|                                               | (1811 - 1880)             
|                         _William Henry MEADE _|
|                        | (1840 - 1894)        |
|                        |                      |_Laticia HIGGINBOTHAM _____+
|                        |                        (1811 - ....)             
|_Bodicia "Dicie" MEADE _|
  (1877 - ....) m 1897   |
                         |                       _Noah KISER _______________+
                         |                      | (1809 - 1884) m 1827      
                         |_Elizabeth KISER _____|
                           (1850 - ....)        |
                                                |_Bodecia (Dicie) THOMPSON _+
                                                  (1811 - 1886) m 1827      

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William CHRISTIAN

ABT 1742 - ____

ID Number: I60918

  • RESIDENCE: New Kent and Of Cherry Bottom, Charles City, Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1742, New Kent Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:1QQQ-WZH) [S2127]
Father: William CHRISTIAN
Mother: Anne COLLIER


Family 1 : Anne COLLIER
  1. +Robert CHRISTIAN
  2.  John CHRISTIAN
  3.  Henry Benskin CHRISTIAN
  4.  Jane CHRISTIAN
  5.  Jones Rivers CHRISTIAN
  6. +Elizabeth CHRISTIAN
  7.  Edmund CHRISTIAN
  8.  William CHRISTIAN
Family 2 : Sally ATKINS
  1.  Thomas CHRISTIAN
  2.  Jacqueline CHRISTIAN
  3.  Patsey CHRISTIAN
  4.  George Hunt CHRISTIAN
  5.  Alexander CHRISTIAN
  6.  Wyatt CHRISTIAN
  7.  Frederick CHRISTIAN
  8.  Frances CHRISTIAN

                                             _Thomas CHRISTIAN Sr. "the Immigrant"_+
                                            | (1636 - 1694) m 1663                 
                       _James CHRISTIAN ____|
                      | (1676 - 1754) m 1710|
                      |                     |_Eleanor KEWLY? ______________________
                      |                       (1640 - ....) m 1663                 
 _William CHRISTIAN __|
| (1713 - 1808)       |
|                     |                      _Gideon MACON "The Immigrant"_________
|                     |                     | (1648 - 1702) m 1681                 
|                     |_Anne MACON _________|
|                       (1685 - 1755) m 1710|
|                                           |_Martha WOODWARD _____________________+
|                                             (1655 - 1727) m 1681                 
|
|--William CHRISTIAN 
|  (1742 - ....)
|                                            ______________________________________
|                                           |                                      
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |______________________________________
|                     |                                                            
|_Anne COLLIER _______|
  (1711 - ....)       |
                      |                      ______________________________________
                      |                     |                                      
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |______________________________________
                                                                                   

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William CLEVELAND

1718 - 1788

ID Number: I87014

  • BIRTH: 1718
  • DEATH: 1788
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2557]
Father: Alexander CLEVELAND Sr.
Mother: Mildred PRESLEY


Notes


William CLEVELAND 1718-1788

                                                 _Roger CLEVELAND __________________+
                                                | (1645 - ....)                     
                           _John CLEVELAND _____|
                          | (1675 - ....)       |
                          |                     |___________________________________
                          |                                                         
 _Alexander CLEVELAND Sr._|
| (1687 - 1775) m 1710    |
|                         |                      ___________________________________
|                         |                     |                                   
|                         |_____________________|
|                                               |
|                                               |___________________________________
|                                                                                   
|
|--William CLEVELAND 
|  (1718 - 1788)
|                                                _William PRESLEY I "the Immigrant"_
|                                               | (1608 - 1655)                     
|                          _Peter PRESLEY ______|
|                         | (1636 - 1693) m 1660|
|                         |                     |_Jane PRESLEY _____________________
|                         |                       (1613 - 1655)                     
|_Mildred PRESLEY ________|
  (1692 - 1770) m 1710    |
                          |                      _Richard THOMPSON "the Immigrant"__
                          |                     | (1613 - 1649) m 1641              
                          |_Elizabeth THOMPSON _|
                            (1642 - 1720) m 1660|
                                                |_Ursula BISHE _____________________
                                                  (1613 - 1658) m 1641              

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William GARR

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I48318

  • RESIDENCE: Elbert Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1717]

Family 1 : Margaret RUCKER

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Gen. Hiram Bronson GRANBERRY C.S.A.

1 Mar 1831 - 30 Nov 1864

ID Number: I100029

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA formed the Waco Guards; 7th Regiment Texas Infantry. chief justice of McLennan
  • RESIDENCE: Madison Co. MS and 1850 Waco, McLennan Co. TX
  • BIRTH: 1 Mar 1831, Copiah Co. Mississippi
  • DEATH: 30 Nov 1864, KIA Lincoln's War at battle of Franklin, Tennessee
  • BURIAL: buried near Franklin but later his body was reinterred at St. Luke's Cemetery, Ashwood, Tennessee. In 1893, his body was once again moved - this time to Granbury, Texas
  • RESOURCES: See: notes Bio [S3633]
Father: Norvell R. GRANBERRY
Mother: Nancy MCLAURIN


Family 1 : Fannie SIMS

Notes


From "Generals in Gray" (Lives of the Confederate Commanders) by Ezra J. Warner - published by Louisiana State University Press in 1959.


"Hiram Bronson Granbury was born in Copiah County, Ms., March 1, 1831, and was educated at Oakland College, Rodney, Ms. Removing to Texas in the early 1850's he established himself in Waco, studied law, was admitted to the bar, and served as chief justice of McLennan County from 1856-1858, an office roughly comparable to that of chairman of a country board of supervisors. He recruited the Waco Guards in 1861, took it east and was elected major of the 7th Texas Infantry in Oct. of that year. After being captured and exchanged at Fort Donelson, he became colonel of the 7th Texas, serving as the Vicksburg campaign, at Chickamauga, and at Chattanooga. Granbury, who was in brigade command during the retreat from Chattanooga, was especially commended by his division commander, General Pat Cleburne. Commissioned brigadier general to rank from Feb. 1864 through the Atlanta campaign and into Tennessee with Hood. At the battle of Franklin, November 30, 1864, Granbury was one of six Confederate general officers killed or mortally wounded. He died along with Cleburne within a few rods of the Federal works. First buried near Franklin, his remains were removed 29 years later to the town of Granbury, Texas, named in his honor."


Seventh Texas Infantry: Generals John Gregg and Hiram B. Granbury
by Rebecca Blackwell Drake


Brigadier General John Gregg
1828-1864


Brigadier General Hiram B. Granbury
1831-1863


In 1858 in Morgan County, Alabama, John Gregg and his bride, Mary Francis Garth, stood before a magistrate and repeated their vows, "In sickness and in health - Till death do us part." Following their marriage, the couple left for Fairfield, Texas, where Gregg served as District Judge. He also founded the first newspaper in the county, the Freestone Country Reporter.


In that same year, March 31, 1858, Hiram B. Granbury, a former Mississippian who had moved to Waco in the early 1850s, stood with his 20-year old bride, Fannie Sims, formerly from Alabama, and repeated the same vows. Hiram Granbury served as the chief justice of McLennan County, Texas. During the early years, he had helped to establish the newspaper in Waco.


In 1861, after Texas seceded from the Union, John Gregg organized the 7th Texas Infantry, a group of 746 men recruited from nine East Texas counties. That same year, Hiram Granbury formed the Waco Guards that would soon become a part of the 7th Regiment Texas Infantry. In the fall of 1861, both men, still in the honeymoon years of their marriage, left Texas to fight in the war. In February of 1862, the 7th Texas and other Confederate regiments were captured at Fort Donelson, Tennessee, and John Gregg and Hiram Granbury were taken prisoner. Stunned over the turn of events, Granbury and a friend, Capt. K. M Van Zandt, decided to approach General U. S. Grant to make several requests. First, they requested that Colonel Clough (killed in action) be given a proper burial. Secondly, they requested that Col. Granbury be given some time before being taken prisoner in order to settle his wife, Fannie. During the early months in Hopkinsville, Fannie had been the houseguests of the Steven Trice family, supporters of the Confederate cause. However, in 1862, when the epidemic of measles began to spread throughout the camp, Fannie moved to Clarksville, Tennessee, a distance of some twenty-five miles.


General Grant listened to Granbury and Van Zandt's petition and surprised everyone by granting both requests. As Granbury traveled to Clarksville to make plans for Fannie, Mary Gregg paid for a train ticket and took the train to Decatur, Alabama.


At first Granbury and Gregg were imprisoned at Fort Chase in Columbus, Ohio. However, on March 6, 1862, they were moved to Fort Warren Prison in the Boston Harbor. Fannie rode the train from Columbus, Ohio to Boston, Mass. with the soldiers. However, after arriving at the Boston train station, she was not allowed to accompany the prisoners out to Fort Warren, an island six miles from Boston. Thanks to the kindness of Granbury's cellmate, Dr. Charles McGill, a physician, Fannie was taken in as a house guest of Mary McGill in Hagerstown, Mass. During her stay with the wife of Dr. McGill, Fannie began to experience problems with abdominal swelling. In July of 1862, she made an appointment to meet with a physician in Baltimore for exploratory surgery. Granbury was released from prison [prisoner exchange] in order to attend the surgery. A letter to Col. J. Dimick, U. S. Army, Fort Warren, Boston, documents Granbury's early release: "Washington, July 29, 1862. The eight or nine prisoners referred to and those who have taken the oath of allegiance will not be sent to Fort Monroe; Parole Major Granbury, of Texas, that he may attend his wife having a surgical operation performed at Baltimore, then to report to General Wool, in Baltimore. L. Thomas, Adjutant-General." The outcome of the doctor's appointment was never made known. However, after examining Fannie, Dr. Smith apparently made the diagnosis of ovarian cancer. The prognosis was only months to live.


Fannie and Hiram decided to get a second opinion and went to Richmond, Virginia. Again, the reports of the doctor were not publicized but it was obvious by this time that Fannie and Hiram were in the throes of accepting a death sentence for Fannie. Since Fannie was no longer able to withstand the traveling that it took to keep up with her husband, Fannie returned to the McGill residence in Hagerstown where she would reside until Hiram could come for her.


Following his release from prison, Granbury was promoted to the rank of colonel with the 7th Texas and sent to Texas on recruiting duty. General Gregg was also exchanged from prison and promoted to brigadier general August 29, 1862. At this time, he was given command of a brigade consisting of the Seventh Texas, Third Tennessee, Tenth Tennessee, Fifth Tennessee, and Forty-first Tennessee Infantry regiments and a battery of light artillery.


In October of 1862, Granbury went to Hagerstown to get Fannie. Her health was declining rapidly and she wanted to be back in Alabama in the home of her father. On March 20, 1863, Fannie passed away in Mobile, eleven days before what would have been their 5th wedding anniversary. On March 21, her obituary appeared in the Mobile Advertiser and Register: "DIED on yesterday at 11:00 A.M., Mrs. Fannie Granbury, aged 25 years, Wife of Col. H. B. Granbury, 7th Regiment Texas Infantry. The funeral will take place from Providence Infirmary, at 3 o'clock P. M. TODAY." Unable to afford a headstone, Fannie was buried in Magnolia Cemetery, in an unmarked grave.


Colonel Granbury and General Gregg continued fighting in the war. On May 12, 1863, less than three months after the death of Fannie, Gregg's Brigade was ordered to Raymond, Mississippi, to defend against the approaching Union Army. The battle was an overwhelming loss for the Confederates. Gregg's Brigade was forced to retreat.


On September 19, 1863, Brig. Gen. John Gregg was severely wounded during the Battle of Chickamauga and was taken to a Confederate hospital in Marietta, Georgia. Once again, Mary Garth traveled to be by his side and to assist with his recovery. This was perhaps one of their last chances to be together in life. One year later, Oct. 7, 1864, while fighting in Virginia, Brig. Gen. John Gregg was killed. His marriage had lasted less than six years. Mary Garth heard the news of her husband's death while staying at her father's plantation in Alabama. "Her soul was plunged in grief beyond all other grief," friends recalled.


After several months of grief and depression, Mary Garth decided she could not rest until she traveled to Virginia to claim her husband's body. Traveling with Sgt. E. L. Sykes, a Confederate soldier and family friends, Mary left on January 18, 1865, to reclaim her husband's body. They arrived in Virginia a month later but overwhelmed by the experience, Mary Garth succumbed to a nervous breakdown. They had to wait weeks before she could recover enough of her strength to make the long journey back. In April of 1865, Mary Garth Gregg finally arrived in Aberdeen, Mississippi, where she laid her husband to rest in the Odd Fellows Cemetery on the outskirts of town.


Like Brig. Gen. John Gregg, a friend in love and war, Brig. Gen. Hiram Granbury, also went to his death a hero. He was killed Nov. 30, 1864, during the Battle of Franklin. Witnesses of the blood bath at Franklin reported,


"General Granbury was hit in the eye about the same time Gen.Patrick Cleburne was hit in the chest. The bullet passed through his brain and exploded at the back of his head. He threw his hands up to his face and fell dead instantly."


Granbury was initially buried near Franklin but later his body was reinterred at St. Luke's Cemetery, Ashwood, Tennessee. In 1893, his body was once again moved - this time to Granbury, Texas, a town named in his honor. A lonely, unmarked grave in Mobile and a faded obituary are all that remain of his beloved Fannie.


Of the foursome in love and war, Mary Garth Gregg was the only one left. She remained in Aberdeen, Mississippi, where she could be near her husband's grave. For the remaining thirty years of her life she never left the town where her husband's remains were interred. When Mary Gregg died in 1897, she was buried next to her famous husband. Her tombstone reads, Mrs. General John Gregg.
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Sources: Force Without Fanfare, by K. M. Van Zandt and edited by Sandra L. Myres, published by Texas Christian University Press, 1995 (http://www.prs.tcu.edu/prs/); Letter from L. Thomas, Adjutant-General to Col. J. Dimick, U.S. Army, Fort Warren, Boston, dated July 29, 1862; Official Records of the Civil War; Compiled War Records from the State of Texas, Harold B. Simpson History Complex, Hillsboro, Texas; Cemetery Records of Mobile; March 21, 1863 Obituary of Fannie Granbury from the Mobile Advertiser and Register; An Account of the Burial of Gen. John Gregg in Mississippi, 1865, by E. L. Sykes, Aberdeen, Mississippi; Autograph Album of Col. John Towers, 8th Georgia Volunteer Infantry (prisoner at Ft. Warren); Lone Star Generals in Gray by Ralph Wooster; 1858 McLennan County Marriage Records, Intrepid Gray Warriors by James Newsom (PhD Dissertation from Texas Christian University on the 7th Texas Infantry).


Assisting Rebecca Drake in researching this article were: Jane Ambrose, Ashland, Ohio, descendant of the Granbury family; Mary Eddies Johnson, professional genealogy researcher from Mobile; and Edward Lanham, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil War researcher."
http://www.raymondms.com/history/lovewar.htm


"Prison life for Granbury was tolerable since, along with John Gregg and Randal McGavock, he was quartered in the facility for officers. Prison regulations would not allow Fannie on the premise so she traveled to Hagerstown, Maryland. While in Hagerstown she resided with the family of Dr. Charles MacGill, Hiram's new cell mate. Dr. MacGill had been one of the most prominent doctors in the east until he was arrested for being a Southern sympathizer. In July of 1862, Fannie began to experience health problems. There was an unexplained swelling in her abdomen and she was constantly nauseated and fatigued. Dr. MacGill took matters in his own hands and referred her to Dr. Nathan Smith, one of the finest of the surgeons in Baltimore. An appointment was made and Granbury was given early parole (prisoner exchange) in order to meet her in Baltimore. There was no record of the diagnosis but undoubtedly Dr. Smith advised Fannie that she could be suffering from ovarian caner.


Refusing to face the situation and anxious to accompany her husband who was leaving for Richmond, Virginia, to be exchanged, the Granbury's left Baltimore without medical help. All Fannie wanted to do was to be with her husband. If she could accompany him to Richmond, she would agree to seek medical help there. In early August, Hiram and Fannie sailed from Baltimore to Richmond for the process of exchanging prisoners. While in Richmond, they visited another surgeon and the news was tragically confirmed. Fannie was suffering from advanced ovarian cancer and would not be expected to live through the year. The situation they were facing was beyond comprehension. Fannie was only 24 years old at the time of her diagnosis.


Once again, Fannie and Hiram parted ways. Hiram rejoined his regiment and returned to Southern soil prepared to continue the fight for the Southern cause. Fannie returned to Hagerstown and the home of Mrs. MacGill where she would be treated like family. Fannie had her own battle to fight - to live as long as possible. All that she had left of Hiram was a photograph that he had taken for her during their stay in Boston.


In October of 1862, stricken with grief over her illness and the separation from her husband, Fannie returned to her home state of Alabama to spend her last days. Hiram took the train up to get Fannie and Alice MacGill, daughter of Dr. MacGill. Alice had agreed to accompany them back. At first Fannie was taken to the home of her father in Tuscaloosa where she remained for several months. When the end was near, Hiram took leave from the brigade at Port Hudson and moved her to Providence Hospital in Mobile.


Fannie finally succumbed to death on March 20, 1863, eleven days before what would have been her 5th wedding anniversary. She was buried in Magnolia Cemetery in a large plot purchased by the Redmond family. Due to poverty brought about by prison life, there was no money for a headstone. The young wife was laid to rest in an unmarked grave and literally forgotten over the course of time.


Following Fannie's death, Col. Granbury returned to Port Hudson then on to Raymond, Mississippi, where he led the 7th Texas Infantry in the Battle of Raymond. His constant cohort on and off the battlefield was General John Gregg. More than anyone, this old friend knew the extent of Granbury's personal loss.


Even though the Battle of Raymond was a disaster for the Confederate forces, Col. Granbury performed brilliantly. He continued on to Chickamauga where he was wounded by a bullet that struck his lower abdomen. On February 29, 1864, he was commissioned brigadier general- an honor that his wife had not lived to see. Nine months later Granbury led his brigade in the Battle of Franklin and was killed in action. Initially Brig. Gen. H. B. Granbury was buried near the battlefield but later he was re-interred at the Ashwood Cemetery south of Columbia, Tennessee. In 1893, his body was exhumed and re-interred in Granbury, Texas, a town named in his honor.


Since 1893, General Granbury has been hailed a hero and his grave viewed annually by thousands of visitors. On the other hand, for 139 years, Fannie Sims Granbury has been resting in an unmarked grave hundreds of miles away, completely forgotten. The only tangible reminder of Fannie is a death notice dated March 21, 1863: "DIED on yesterday, at 11 o'clock A. M., Mrs. Fannie Granbury, aged 25 years. Wife of Col. H. B. Granbury, 7th Regiment Texas Infantry. The funeral will take place from the Providence Infirmary, at 3 o'clock P. M. TODAY."


The shroud of mystery has finally been lifted. Fannie Granbury was not left behind to die in a cold and hostile northern state - a victim of war, as once was believed. The young wife was simply a victim of a tragic fate and the heartbreaking circumstances of the time.
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Sources: Compiled Service Records for the State of Texas; Obituary of Mrs. Fannie Granbury in Mobile Advertiser and Register, March 21, 1863 (discovered in January 2002); Intrepid Gray Warriors, 7th Texas Infantry 1861-1865 by James Newsom; Force Without Fanfare, Reminiscences of Gen. K. M. VanZandt; 1862 letters of Dr. and Mrs. Charles MacGill, courtesy of Duke University; and The Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, Vol. 24.


Credit for finding the burial site and obituary of Fannie Sims Granbury goes to: Edward Lanham, Brooks, Georgia; Mary Eddins Johnson, Mobile, Alabama and Jane Embrose, descendant of Gen. Granbury. Lanham researched cemetery records in Baltimore, Mobile and Waco and located the body. Johnson researched the archives and Mobile and found the death records as well as the obituary." http://www.raymondms.com/history/mystery.htm


OUR HERO
GENERAL HIRAM BRINSON GRANBURY
Presented By Vircenoy B. Macatee


President Gen. Hiram B. Granbury Chapter No. 683
United Daughters of The Confederacy
June 25, 1996


(following taken from the original text)


However, at the time of his internment in Granbury in November, 1893, his sister, Mrs. Nautie Granberry Moss who lived in Brownwood at the time and attended the reinternment, said that the name had always been spelled Granberry, but, because of some peculiar whim, General Granbury, on arriving at maturity, insisted on spelling his name "Granbury". She said that she even had letters from him signed "Granbury".


General Granbury was buried in a pauper's grave in Ashwood Cemetery in Columbia, TN. Twenty-nine years later, Granbury Mayor J. N. Doyle organized the ex-Confederate soldiers in the Hood County area who pooled their resources to bring General Granbury's remains to the town named for him. Mrs. Nautie Granberry Moss, General Granbury's sister who lived in Brownwood, was contacted and agreed wholeheartedly.









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                        |     
 _Norvell R. GRANBERRY _|
| (1806 - 1850) m 1827  |
|                       |   __
|                       |  |  
|                       |__|
|                          |
|                          |__
|                             
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|--Hiram Bronson GRANBERRY C.S.A.
|  (1831 - 1864)
|                           __
|                          |  
|                        __|
|                       |  |
|                       |  |__
|                       |     
|_Nancy MCLAURIN _______|
  (1809 - 1850) m 1827  |
                        |   __
                        |  |  
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                           |
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JOHN HOWARD of Wigginhall, Knt.

1365 - 17 Nov 1436

ID Number: I35714

  • OCCUPATION: Sheriff
  • RESIDENCE: Norfolk, England
  • BIRTH: 1365, Wiggenhall, Norfolk, England
  • DEATH: 17 Nov 1436, Jerusalem, Lincolnshire, England
  • BURIAL: Stoke Archer, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1286] [S1418]
Father: ROBERT HOWARD
Mother: MARGERY de SCALES


Family 1 : MARGARET PLAIZ
Family 2 : ALICE TENDRING
  1. +ROBERT HOWARD of Stoke-Nayland
  2. +HENRY HOWARD of Terrington

                                                         _JOHN I HOWARD _____________________________
                                                        | (1276 - 1331)                              
                       _JOHN HOWARD ____________________|
                      | (1310 - ....)                   |
                      |                                 |_JOAN de CORNWALL __________________________+
                      |                                   (1272 - 1341)                              
 _ROBERT HOWARD ______|
| (1336 - 1388) m 1365|
|                     |                                  ____________________________________________
|                     |                                 |                                            
|                     |_ALICE de BOYS __________________|
|                       (1310 - ....)                   |
|                                                       |____________________________________________
|                                                                                                    
|
|--JOHN HOWARD of Wigginhall, Knt.
|  (1365 - 1436)
|                                                        ____________________________________________
|                                                       |                                            
|                      _ROBERT de SCALES Lord of Scales_|
|                     | (1310 - ....)                   |
|                     |                                 |____________________________________________
|                     |                                                                              
|_MARGERY de SCALES __|
  (1339 - 1416) m 1365|
                      |                                  _HUGH de COURTENAY 1st Baron of Devon, Knt._+
                      |                                 | (1273 - 1340) m 1292                       
                      |_EDELINE de COURTENAY ___________|
                        (1310 - ....)                   |
                                                        |_AGNES de ST. JOHN of Hants_________________+
                                                          (1275 - 1345) m 1292                       

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Anne HUGHES

1766 - 1817

ID Number: I89384

  • RESIDENCE: Louisville, KY
  • BIRTH: 1766
  • DEATH: 1817
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3322]

Family 1 : Edward TYLER
  1. +Levi TYLER

Notes


Father: Isaac HUGHES; Mother: Sarah LEAK.

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Samuel INBODY

1817 - ____

ID Number: I76780

  • RESIDENCE: Elkhart Co. IN
  • BIRTH: 1817, Ohio
  • RESOURCES: See: notes 1850 census
Father: Jacob INBODY Sr.


Notes


1850 U.S. Census - Indiana 1850 U.S. Census Indiana Elkhart Middlebury
Household 1106:
Samuel Inbody, age 33, Laborer b Ohio Value of RE: $200
Margaret, age 23, b. Ohio
E., age 6 IN
Lucius, age 5 IN
Harry or Henry, age 3 IN
Catherine, age 1 IN













                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _Jacob INBODY Sr.____|
| (1783 - 1850)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Samuel INBODY 
|  (1817 - ....)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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Louisa W. JONES

ABT 1815 - ____

ID Number: I39035

  • RESIDENCE: Of MO
  • BIRTH: ABT 1815
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1422]
Father: David JONES
Mother: Elizabeth MOSELEY


Family 1 : John HOBSON

Notes


p. 212

                                                  _John JONES __________________________+
                                                 | (1715 - 1798)                        
                       _William Richard JONES ___|
                      | (1745 - 1781) m 1770     |
                      |                          |_Elizabeth WALKER ____________________+
                      |                            (1725 - 1798)                        
 _David JONES ________|
| (1780 - 1853)       |
|                     |                           ______________________________________
|                     |                          |                                      
|                     |_Agnes WALKER ____________|
|                       (1749 - 1826) m 1770     |
|                                                |______________________________________
|                                                                                       
|
|--Louisa W. JONES 
|  (1815 - ....)
|                                                 _Robert Ligon MOSELEY ________________+
|                                                | (1700 - ....)                        
|                      _Robert Peter MOSELEY ____|
|                     | (1732 - 1804) m 1756     |
|                     |                          |_Sarah Rachel "Sary" TAYLOR __________+
|                     |                            (1704 - 1762)                        
|_Elizabeth MOSELEY __|
  (1783 - 1867)       |
                      |                           _Pierre "Peter" GUERRANT (GUERIN) Sr._+
                      |                          | (1697 - 1750) m 1732                 
                      |_Mary Magdelene GUERRANT _|
                        (1740 - 1820) m 1756     |
                                                 |_Magdalene TRABUE ____________________+
                                                   (1715 - 1787) m 1732                 

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Hannah MCCANTS

4 Aug 1901 - Dec 1974

ID Number: I74410

  • RESIDENCE: Orangeburg Co. SC
  • BIRTH: 4 Aug 1901
  • DEATH: Dec 1974
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2816]
Father: Thomas Robert MCCANTS
Mother: Mary Jesse SMITH


Notes


+ James L. WEEKS , Jr. Married: 2 APR 1927


                                                         _Robert Samuel MCCANTS _+
                                                        | (1816 - 1876)          
                          _Phillip James MCCANTS C.S.A._|
                         | (1835 - 1862)                |
                         |                              |_Caroline I. DAVIS _____
                         |                                (1817 - 1877)          
 _Thomas Robert MCCANTS _|
| (1858 - 1915)          |
|                        |                               _Thomas COLLIER ________
|                        |                              | (1814 - 1895)          
|                        |_Mary Ann Elizabeth COLLIER __|
|                          (1837 - 1909)                |
|                                                       |_Amarintha P. SHULER ___+
|                                                         (1816 - 1853)          
|
|--Hannah MCCANTS 
|  (1901 - 1974)
|                                                        ________________________
|                                                       |                        
|                         _Thomas A. SMITH _____________|
|                        | (1821 - 1890)                |
|                        |                              |________________________
|                        |                                                       
|_Mary Jesse SMITH ______|
  (1861 - 1931)          |
                         |                               ________________________
                         |                              |                        
                         |_Marietta Jane FOXWORTH ______|
                           (1832 - 1903)                |
                                                        |________________________
                                                                                 

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Theodore Wilson RINKER

5 May 1901 - Apr 1977

ID Number: I64239

  • RESIDENCE: Denver, CO
  • BIRTH: 5 May 1901, prob. Denver, Colorado
  • DEATH: Apr 1977, prob. Denver, Colorado
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2410]
Father: John E. RINKER
Mother: Leonie WILSON


Family 1 : Loretto Dorothy PAUL

                                             _______________________
                                            |                       
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_______________________
                      |                                             
 _John E. RINKER _____|
| (1868 - 1950) m 1900|
|                     |                      _______________________
|                     |                     |                       
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_______________________
|                                                                   
|
|--Theodore Wilson RINKER 
|  (1901 - 1977)
|                                            _______________________
|                                           |                       
|                      _Leonard WILSON _____|
|                     | (1846 - 1905) m 1868|
|                     |                     |_______________________
|                     |                                             
|_Leonie WILSON ______|
  (1873 - 1973) m 1900|
                      |                      _John Wood SANDIDGE ___+
                      |                     | (1809 - 1857) m 1834  
                      |_Mary Wood SANDIDGE _|
                        (1850 - 1926) m 1868|
                                            |_Mariah Louisa BRENTS _
                                              (1816 - 1906) m 1834  

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Jaquelin Erasmus TAYLOR Sr.

24 Sep 1904 - Sep 1985

ID Number: I20176

  • RESIDENCE: Orange Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 24 Sep 1904, Orange Co. VA
  • DEATH: Sep 1985, Orange Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S662]
Father: Jaquelin P. TAYLOR


Family 1 :
  1. +Jacquelin Erasmus TAYLOR Jr.

                                               _Edmund Pendleton TAYLOR _+
                                              | (1791 - 1840)            
                       _Erasmus TAYLOR _______|
                      | (1830 - 1907) m 1851  |
                      |                       |_Mildred Edmonia TURNER __+
                      |                         (1799 - 1882)            
 _Jaquelin P. TAYLOR _|
| (1857 - 1858)       |
|                     |                        _John Strother ASHBY _____+
|                     |                       | (1807 - 1850)            
|                     |_Roberta Stuart ASHBY _|
|                       (1830 - 1893) m 1851  |
|                                             |_Mary_____________________
|                                               (1810 - ....)            
|
|--Jaquelin Erasmus TAYLOR Sr.
|  (1904 - 1985)
|                                              __________________________
|                                             |                          
|                      _______________________|
|                     |                       |
|                     |                       |__________________________
|                     |                                                  
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                        __________________________
                      |                       |                          
                      |_______________________|
                                              |
                                              |__________________________
                                                                         

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