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Isaac FOREMAN

1831 - ____

ID Number: I97521

  • BIRTH: 1831
Father: Isaac Pierre FOREMAN
Mother: Suzanne (Susan) SPELL


Family 1 : Juliann MORGAN

Notes


2 Isaac FORMAN, Jr b: 1831 + Juliann MORGAN b: 1836

                                                _Edward FOREMAN Sr._____
                                               | (1720 - 1805) m 1747   
                          _Edward FOREMAN Jr.__|
                         | (1749 - 1818) m 1798|
                         |                     |_Rebecca RAVECO ________
                         |                       (1720 - 1749) m 1747   
 _Isaac Pierre FOREMAN __|
| (1799 - 1863) m 1822   |
|                        |                      _Jean John PERRY _______
|                        |                     | (1746 - 1824)          
|                        |_Nancy Anna PERRY ___|
|                          (1771 - 1824) m 1798|
|                                              |________________________
|                                                                       
|
|--Isaac FOREMAN 
|  (1831 - ....)
|                                               ________________________
|                                              |                        
|                         _Benenger SPELL _____|
|                        | (1784 - 1850) m 1802|
|                        |                     |________________________
|                        |                                              
|_Suzanne (Susan) SPELL _|
  (1803 - 1884) m 1822   |
                         |                      _Ephrem Joseph FOREMAN _+
                         |                     | (1766 - 1854) m 1782   
                         |_Dorothy FOREMAN ____|
                           (1786 - 1860) m 1802|
                                               |_Mary Elizabeth BROWN __
                                                 (1765 - 1820) m 1782   

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Caleb LINDSAY

1674 - 20 Aug 1717

ID Number: I78067

  • RESIDENCE: Essex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1674, Essex Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 20 Aug 1717, St. Mary's Parish, Essex Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: NOT PROVEN SON? [S2972]
Father: James LINDSAY Jr.


Family 1 :
  1. +James LINDSAY
  2. +Joshua LINDSAY Sr.

Notes


Marriage 1 Unknown CLARE b: in Essex County, Virginia.


CONFLICT on birth place and emigration and parents.
Caleb LINDSAY Birth: 1664 in Scotland
Death: 1717 in Essex co., Va.
Note: !Virginia Lindsay Virginia@whidbey.com 29 Oct 1996 states b. in
Essex Co., Va. !Kevin Pickard kpickard@flash.net 18 dec 1998


Supplement to Pamunkey Neighbors V.I The Lindsay Family -" CALEB LINDSAY ca 1700-1764 Caroline County Order Book 9 August 1764, p. 221 Inventory and appraisement orders.



                                                       _HIEROME (Jerome) LINDSAY Lord of Annatland & Mount_+
                                                      | (1562 - 1642) m 1604                               
                       _JAMES LINDSAY "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1605 - ....)                 |
                      |                               |_AGNES LINDSAY _____________________________________+
                      |                                 (.... - 1621) m 1604                               
 _James LINDSAY Jr.___|
| (1640 - ....)       |
|                     |                                ____________________________________________________
|                     |                               |                                                    
|                     |_______________________________|
|                                                     |
|                                                     |____________________________________________________
|                                                                                                          
|
|--Caleb LINDSAY 
|  (1674 - 1717)
|                                                      ____________________________________________________
|                                                     |                                                    
|                      _______________________________|
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|_____________________|
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                      |                                ____________________________________________________
                      |                               |                                                    
                      |_______________________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |____________________________________________________
                                                                                                           

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ROGER de (d'Aubigny) MOWBRAY

ABT 1120 - 1188

ID Number: I26767

  • RESIDENCE: England and Scotland
  • OCCUPATION: Crusader
  • DEATH: 1188, on the way home from Palestine
  • BIRTH: ABT 1120
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S1034] [S2182]
Father: NELE d' AUBIGNY
Mother: GUNDRED de GOURNAY


Family 1 : ALICE de GAUNT
  1. +NIGEL de MOWBRAY

Notes


By royal decree, presumably by Henry I, Roger d'Aubigny's name was changed to de Mowbray.


"In 1138, though still young, he took part in the expedition against the Scots which culminated in the battle of the Standard. At the Battle of Lincoln in Feb 1141 he fought for Stephen and was taken prisoner. In 1147 he took part in the second Crusade. He is said to have vanquished a Saracen champion in single combat. He mentions "his first pilgrimage to Jerusalem when he took the road to the Holy Land of promise." In the rebellion which broke out in 1173 he took part with the younger Henry against the King. He fortified his castles and joined King William of Scotland in his invasion of England. He later made peace with the King because by Mar 1177 he was among the witnesses at Westminster to the King's award in he dispute between the Kings of Castile and Navarre. At about Easter 1186 he arrived in Jerusalem again as a
Crusader. In the Battle of Hittin, 4 July 1187, he was taken prisoner, and the following year was ransomed by the Templars, but died in that year of 1188 in Palestine or on the way back. His ransom by the Templars is accounted for by his benefactions to that Order, for which the Knights thereof held him in the highest esteem and granted to him and his heirs special priviliges.


Source is Cokayne's Peerage for all. From: Lloyd King Dallas, Texas, USA


Roger d'Aubigny (changed to de Montbray)


Born about 1120, son of Nigel d'Aubigny by Gundred (de Gornay). His name was changed to de Montbray by royal command, presumably that of Henry I.


He acquired from his father vast areas of land, the Montbray estates in Normandy plus others in the English midlands and Yorkshire. In the centre was Axholme in Lincolnshire, ultimately the base of Mowbray power. Roger's own life was on his Yorkshire lands at Thirsk castle in the area still known as the Vale of Mowbray. Under the guidance of his mother he became a generous benefactor to the church.


In 1138 he was taken as to the Battle of the Standard, against Scots near Northallerton. At Thirsk the monks of Calder had to shelter, fleeing from the Scots raiders. Roger gave them a tenth of the victuals of Thirsk castle and in 1143, bestowed on them his villa of Byland, later in life making additional gifts to Byland Abbey. In 1145 he founded the great abbey at Newburgh, near Byland. Other gifts of land were made to the Yorkshire abbeys of Fountains, Bridlington and Rievaulx, and he doubled his father's endowment to the priory of Hurst in Axholme. In Normandy he gave all his lands in Granville to the Abbaya des Dames in Caen when his daughter was a nun there.


Burke's claims he was taken prisoner with King Stephen at the battle of Lincoln in 1141, supporting him in his contest with the empress.


In 1146 he was in Normandy defending his title to the castle of Bayeaux. Induced to join King Louis VII of France to the Holy Land. His services to the crusading movement were valued by the Knights Hospitallers so highly that later, in 1335, they proclaimed the Mowbrays should be treated 'beyond the seas' as those to whom they were most obliged, discounting the king himself.


1174 saw Roger as a rebel. The sons of Henry II, Henry, Richard (later Richard I) and Geoffrey, were encouraged by their mother Eleanor (of Aquitaine) to rebel against their father. After Easter, Roger and sons Nigel and Robert joined the coalition that had taken up arms the previous summer. He fortified his castle at Kinnardferry in Axholme and garrisoned his Yorkshire strongholds of Thirsk and Kirkby Malzeard. This defection blocked the way through Yorkshire to any royal army sent against the Scots who were destroying English border castles in Northumberland and Cumberland. The king's warlike son Geoffrey, Bishop of Lincoln, gathered a force and laid siege to Kinnairdferry. Although surrounded by waters of a fen, lack of water within led to surrender in a few days. After demolishing the castle, Geoffrey took Kirkby Malzeard and then attacked Thirsk, but Roger had escaped to join the Scots king who was besieging Prudhoe-on-Tyne. He obtained a promise of help in exchange for a promise to assist the Scots in their invasion of Yorkshire. However, news arrived that Yorkshire was rallying around its sheriff , so Roger and the Scots king retreated northwards across the Tyne. Although overtaken and captured at Alnwick, Roger escaped into Scotland, remaining there three weeks until hearing of the rebellion's failure.


He came south and surrendered to Henry II at Northampton, where, surprisingly, he was taken back into grace and favour. However, the careful Henry ordered the total demolition of Roger's castles in 1176, and we can date this weakening of Mowbray power in Yorkshire as the time the family took up residence in Axholme.


In 1186 Roger crusaded for a second and final time. When the extension of the truce between Saladin and Guy de Lusignan allowed the crusaders to return home, Roger and Hugh de Beauchamp chose to remain in Jerusalem 'in the services of God'. In Saladin's great victory on 6 July 1187 he was taken prisoner with King Guy, was redeemed in the following year by the Knights Templar, but did not long survive his liberation. Tradition has it that he was buried at Tyre, an old warrior of nearly seventy years. Burke's states he was buried at Sures, with 'some authorities say he reurned to England and after living fifteen years longer, was buried in the abbey of Byland."


By his wife Alice de Gant he had sons Nigel, Robert (of Easby, Yorks.) and possibly William.



[S1034]


                                                          _WILLIAM d' AUBIGNY ___________________
                                                         | (1015 - ....)                         
                       _ROGER d' AUBIGNY ________________|
                      | (1045 - 1084)                    |
                      |                                  |_? de PLESSIS _________________________
                      |                                                                          
 _NELE d' AUBIGNY ____|
| (1085 - 1129) m 1118|
|                     |                                   _ROGER MOWBRAY\MONTBRAY _______________
|                     |                                  |                                       
|                     |_AMICE MOWBRAY\MONTBRAY __________|
|                       (1055 - 1084)                    |
|                                                        |_______________________________________
|                                                                                                
|
|--ROGER de (d'Aubigny) MOWBRAY 
|  (1120 - 1188)
|                                                         _HUGH de GOURNAY ______________________+
|                                                        | (1026 - 1093)                         
|                      _GEROLD De GOURNAY Baron Yarmouth_|
|                     | (1060 - 1104)                    |
|                     |                                  |_BASILIE FLAITEL ______________________+
|                     |                                    (1026 - 1099)                         
|_GUNDRED de GOURNAY _|
  (1100 - 1155) m 1118|
                      |                                   _WILLIAM de WARENNE 1st Earl of Surrey_+
                      |                                  | (1055 - 1088)                         
                      |_EDITH de WARENNE ________________|
                        (1076 - ....)                    |
                                                         |_GUNDRED_______________________________+
                                                           (1063 - 1085)                         

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Alexander Charles ROBINSON

29 Aug 1808 - ____

ID Number: I101253

  • BIRTH: 29 Aug 1808, Baltimore, Maryland
Father: Alexander ROBINSON "the Immigrant"
Mother: Angelica Kauffmann PEALE


Notes


Alexander Charles Robinson b. 29 Aug 1808 in baltimore, md d. 1871 m. Rosa Edwards Wirt (Wife) b. 22 Nov 1812 in Md Marriage: 5 JUL 1832 in balt.MD

                                         __
                                        |  
                                      __|
                                     |  |
                                     |  |__
                                     |     
 _Alexander ROBINSON "the Immigrant"_|
| (1751 - 1845) m 1794               |
|                                    |   __
|                                    |  |  
|                                    |__|
|                                       |
|                                       |__
|                                          
|
|--Alexander Charles ROBINSON 
|  (1808 - ....)
|                                        __
|                                       |  
|                                     __|
|                                    |  |
|                                    |  |__
|                                    |     
|_Angelica Kauffmann PEALE __________|
  (1775 - 1853) m 1794               |
                                     |   __
                                     |  |  
                                     |__|
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William STONE

1 Jul 1808 - 18 May 1885

ID Number: I74746

  • RESIDENCE: Bedford Co. VA and Talladega Co. AL
  • BIRTH: 1 Jul 1808, Bedford Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 18 May 1885, Talladega, Alabama
  • BURIAL: Talladega, Alabama Talladega cemetary
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S2828]
Father: Micajah STONE II
Mother: Sarah "Sally" LEFTWICH



                                                      _William STONE Jr.______+
                                                     | (1710 - 1761)          
                           _Micajah STONE I__________|
                          | (1745 - 1799) m 1771     |
                          |                          |_Elizabeth ROBERTSON ___+
                          |                            (1715 - 1775)          
 _Micajah STONE II________|
| (1775 - 1827) m 1801    |
|                         |                           _Moses HURT ____________+
|                         |                          | (1718 - 1806) m 1748   
|                         |_Apphia HURT _____________|
|                           (1755 - 1813) m 1771     |
|                                                    |_Ruth TURNER ___________+
|                                                      (1732 - 1802) m 1748   
|
|--William STONE 
|  (1808 - 1885)
|                                                     _Augustine LEFTWICH Sr._+
|                                                    | (1715 - 1795) m 1736   
|                          _Littleberry LEFTWICH ____|
|                         | (1757 - 1823) m 1778     |
|                         |                          |_Mary MOXLEY ___________+
|                         |                            (1720 - 1777) m 1736   
|_Sarah "Sally" LEFTWICH _|
  (1783 - 1837) m 1801    |
                          |                           ________________________
                          |                          |                        
                          |_Frances "Fanny" HOPKINS _|
                            (1760 - 1792) m 1778     |
                                                     |________________________
                                                                              

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Richard WILLIAMS

1725 - 1781

ID Number: I49542

  • RESIDENCE: prob. Hanover Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1725
  • DEATH: 1781
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1767] [S3553]
Father: George WILLIAMS
Mother: Johanna MILLS


Family 1 : Prudence BEALS
  1.  Sarah WILLIAMS
  2.  Charity WILLIAMS

                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _George WILLIAMS ____|
| (1685 - 1769)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Richard WILLIAMS 
|  (1725 - 1781)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Johanna MILLS ______|
  (1681 - 1728)       |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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