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Mary Anna "Polly" BALDOCK

1795 - 1 Feb 1851

ID Number: I81418

  • RESIDENCE: of Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1795
  • DEATH: 1 Feb 1851
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3071]
Father: Reuben BALDOCK
Mother: Elizabeth "Betsy" PENDLETON


Notes


2 Mary Anna 'Polly' Baldock b: 1795 d: 1 FEB 1851 + Richard Lee Smith b: ABT 1793 d: AFT 1850

                                                                          _____________________
                                                                         |                     
                                _Levi BALDOCK ___________________________|
                               | (1741 - 1808)                           |
                               |                                         |_____________________
                               |                                                               
 _Reuben BALDOCK ______________|
| (1770 - 1838) m 1793         |
|                              |                                          _____________________
|                              |                                         |                     
|                              |_Ann FOSTER _____________________________|
|                                (1745 - 1833)                           |
|                                                                        |_____________________
|                                                                                              
|
|--Mary Anna "Polly" BALDOCK 
|  (1795 - 1851)
|                                                                         _John PENDLETON _____+
|                                                                        | (1691 - 1775) m 1719
|                               _William or John? or Richard? PENDLETON _|
|                              | (1720 - 1779) m 1748                    |
|                              |                                         |_Mary TINSLEY _______+
|                              |                                           (1703 - ....) m 1719
|_Elizabeth "Betsy" PENDLETON _|
  (1770 - 1829) m 1793         |
                               |                                          _Edward TINSLEY Sr.__+
                               |                                         | (1704 - 1782) m 1724
                               |_Elizabeth TINSLEY ______________________|
                                 (1727 - 1783) m 1748                    |
                                                                         |_Margaret TAYLOR ____+
                                                                           (1705 - 1782) m 1724

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James William BELLOWS

ABT 1860 - ____

ID Number: I56214

  • RESIDENCE: Danburg, Lincoln Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1860
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1615]

Family 1 : Emma J. STANDARD

Notes


Children:
Allem Bellows, Birth: 1 May 1889--Danburg, GA
Lucy Jane Bellows, Birth: 11 May 1891--Danburg, GA
James Spratt Bellows, Birth: 27 January 1894--Danburg, GA
Rembert Bellows, Birth: 16 December 1897--Danburg, GA


[S1615]

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James CHILES Jr.

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I43610

  • RESIDENCE: of Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S736]
Father: James CHILES Sr.
Mother: Jemima GRAVES


Family 1 :
  1.  Jeanie CHILES

                                             _John CHILES Gent.___+
                                            | (1655 - 1723) m 1698
                       _Henry CHILES _______|
                      | (1703 - 1763) m 1730|
                      |                     |_Eleanor WEBBER _____+
                      |                       (1680 - 1745) m 1698
 _James CHILES Sr.____|
| (1735 - 1778) m 1764|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_Mercy WEBB _________|
|                       (1700 - 1750) m 1730|
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--James CHILES Jr.
|  (1760 - ....)
|                                            _Thomas GRAVES ______+
|                                           | (1684 - 1742) m 1708
|                      _John GRAVES Sr._____|
|                     | (1712 - 1747) m 1732|
|                     |                     |_Elizabeth MOODY ____+
|                     |                       (1690 - 1743) m 1708
|_Jemima GRAVES ______|
  (1743 - ....) m 1764|
                      |                      _Isaac DICKENS ______+
                      |                     | (1683 - 1714) m 1712
                      |_Susanna DICKENS ____|
                        (1714 - 1784) m 1732|
                                            |_Elizabeth HARWOOD __
                                              (1680 - ....) m 1712

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Will DURHAM

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I20835

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S690]

Family 1 : Nanni SOUILLIE

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William C. FOOTMAN

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I33439

  • RESIDENCE: Of SC & CA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1246]

Family 1 :
  1. +Henry E. FOOTMAN

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Mary Susan GRAVES

ABT 1774 - ____

ID Number: I24156

  • RESIDENCE: VA & Fayette Co. KY & OH
  • BIRTH: ABT 1774
  • RESOURCES: See: [S736]
Father: Thomas GRAVES Jr.
Mother: Isabelle Susan BARTLETT


Family 1 : Samuel BEELER

Notes


Item I leave to my daughter Mary Beeler a negro woman Jane, also a negro named Nelson to her and her heirs forever.
(Mary or Samuel) Beeler has received $15.14 1/4

                                                   _Jeffrey GRAVES Jr.__+
                                                  | (1683 - ....)       
                            _Thomas GRAVES Sr.____|
                           | (1698 - 1767) m 1720 |
                           |                      |_Elizabeth___________
                           |                        (1680 - ....)       
 _Thomas GRAVES Jr.________|
| (1721 - 1801) m 1753     |
|                          |                       _William DAVENPORT __
|                          |                      | (1660 - ....)       
|                          |_Sarah Ann DAVENPORT _|
|                            (1696 - 1782) m 1720 |
|                                                 |_Ann WOODRUFF _______
|                                                   (1665 - ....)       
|
|--Mary Susan GRAVES 
|  (1774 - ....)
|                                                  _Thomas BARTLETT ____
|                                                 | (1670 - 1731) m 1690
|                           _William BARTLETT ____|
|                          | (1696 - 1774) m 1730 |
|                          |                      |_Patience BENTLEY ___+
|                          |                        (1671 - ....) m 1690
|_Isabelle Susan BARTLETT _|
  (1734 - 1818) m 1753     |
                           |                       _John DAVIS _________
                           |                      | (1660 - ....) m 1690
                           |_Susannah DAVIS ______|
                             (1700 - 1787) m 1730 |
                                                  |_Susannah MATHENY ___+
                                                    (1663 - ....) m 1690

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George MARCHBANKS "the Immigrant"

ABT 1690 - ABT Oct 1740

ID Number: I97280

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland and Henrico and Goochland and Amelia Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1690, of Scotland
  • DEATH: ABT Oct 1740, Amelia Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3548]

Family 1 : Ann ECHOLS
  1.  John MARCHBANKS
  2.  George MARCHBANKS Jr.
  3.  Joseph MARCHBANKS
  4.  William MARCHBANKS
  5.  Sarah MARCHBANKS
  6.  Mary Ann MARCHBANKS
  7.  Ursula MARCHBANKS
  8. +Lucy MARCHBANKS

Notes


"A George Marchbanks arrived on the ship Elizabeth and Ann from Liverpool to the Colony of Virginia 14 January 1716/7.


George Marchbanks bought 52 acres in Henrico County from Michael Camper before 1725 when Daniel Croom and his wife, Elizabeth, relinquished her right in the land. The next record we find for George was a grant for 350 acres in Henrico (later Goochland) County adjoining Manakin Town in 1727. George sold both tracts, along with a house, one slave, and livestock to William Chamberlayne of St. Peter’s Parish in 1729. In 1735 George Marchbanks of Prince George County and his wife, Ann, appeared on the deed with Chamberlayne when he sold the 52 acres to Thomas Dickens.


George was in St. Peter’s Parish where two sons were born 1723-25. Marchbanks was evidently in Amelia County by 11 July 1735 when he registered his livestock mark at the County Clerk’s Office. His was “crop and slit right ear, half crop on underside of left ear.” Livestock marks helped identify free-roaming cattle and hogs.


On 5 June 1736, Marchbanks obtained a patent for 525 acres in Amelia County on the south side of the Appomattox River next to land of Abraham Echols. This was apparently the 550 acres that Ann and George Marchbanks sold to Andrew Lester of James City County in 1746 for £125. In 1739 he received a grant of 1,579 acres in Amelia County. This land included his early 525-acre patent and was next to that of Benjamin Hubbard, Edward Hubbard, William Hurt, and others. A year later, in 1740 he sold 150 acres to Joseph Collins and 200 acres to John Hampton. Hezekiah Ford, William Clement and William Echols witnessed the first deed and Richard Echols, John Gillintine and William Barkson witnessed the second.


As were most Amelia County residents, George was a tobacco planter. On 12 November 1736, John Bentley, Constable, informed the Amelia County court that George "tended seconds contrary to the law and ordered he be prosecuted and that Stephen Dewey, Deputy Attorney, commence same."


George died in Amelia County (will dated 27 Oct. 1740 , recorded 21 Nov. 1740). He bequeathed his wife his plantation and personal estate for her lifetime. He left 275 acres of land to each of his sons and 100 acres of land to each of his daughters. This would be 1,225 acres, approximately the 1,579-acre patent less the conveyances of 150 and 200 acres. Executors of the will were Ann Marchbanks, William Echols, and Richard Echols. Samuel Bentley, Benjamin Hubbard and Joseph Hubbard completed their appraisal of George’s estate on 28 November 1740. They valued it at £11:2:3.


Ann (Echols) Marchbanks was in court several times as a defendant against individuals with claims against her husband’s estate. Plaintiffs included Edward Booker (£6:6), Abraham Echols (£24:17:9), David Bell (£1:14:10), Thomas Dawson (£4:0:10½), the estate of John Carter (dismissed). Ann Marchbanks appeared as a tithable in Amelia County in 1746 only.


The Marchbanks may have been Quakers. We can find no Amelia County marriage records for Marchbanks children although some appear to have married and lived there. Further, census records of 1782 show the League family in-laws owned no slaves.


Children of George and Ann (Echols) Marchbanks (see records attached)


Coming to America was evidently not his choice. For more than two centuries, Stuart kings ruled Scotland. James VI became king of Scotland in 1567 when his mother, Mary, Queen of Scots, gave up the throne. When his cousin Elizabeth I died, he became King James I of England. His grandson, King James II succeeded a brother, Charles II, to the throne in 1685. James II, a Roman Catholic, favored Catholics in his policies.
When his wife had a son in 1688, the prospect of another Catholic king united James’s opponents against him. In the “Glorious Revolution” of 1688, James’s Protestant daughter Mary and her husband, William of Orange, ruler of the Netherlands, became joint rulers of England. James fled to France and spent the rest of his life in exile. Yet James had his supporters too and they longed to return a Stuart to the English throne. They called themselves “Jacobites,” a name they derived from the word Jacobus, “James” in Latin. Many Scots, among them the young George Marchbanks, were Jacobites, as were many Englishmen.


On 18 September 1714, a Protestant German prince, who could speak no English, arrived in England. They would crown him King George I. This infuriated the Jacobites. On 6 September 1715, the Earl of Mar called for armed reaction and ten thousand rushed to arms. The government acted at once and Parliament passed the Riot Act to curb disturbances in English towns. Lord Derwentwater rose in support of the Stuarts and raised a band of rebels in Northern England. Four thousand Scots reinforced him. Yet the Jacobite rebellion was brief. On 13 November, the English military beat Derwentwater and the same day Government forces in Scotland met Mar. This latter battle was indecisive but the Jacobites became discouraged and began to desert the cause.


When James II’s son landed in December, no hope for success remained. He could do little but evacuate the leaders of the rebellion to France. England tried many Jacobites and executed thirty. Marchbanks’s reward for participating in the uprising was evidently a trip to the tobacco colonies, an honor often bestowed upon rebels and other low characters."

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Edward PHILPOTT II

ABT 1660 - 1718

ID Number: I72135

  • RESIDENCE: Charles Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1660, Charles Co. Maryland
  • DEATH: 1718, Charles Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2753]
Father: Edward PHILPOTT I "the Immigrant"


Family 1 : Susanna POSEY
  1. +John PHILPOTT
  2. +Charles PHILPOTT

Notes


"Source: Shirley Davis Warren and Pete Philpott.
The exact date of Edward Philpott's birth is unknown. It is believed he was 18 years old at the death of his father. It is estimated that he was married around 1686 to Susanna Posey, daughter of John Posey. He was a mature man when he married and in possession of his fathers land.


Little is known about his life. It is assumed that he and his family lived the life of Planters in Maryland. Court records show that Edward entered in the business of a Planter and fulfilled his duties as a Planter in Charles County, Maryland. He had inherited his father's lands. His signature appears on an article addressed to King William and Queen Mary, expressing the citizens loyalty and happiness and gratitude in their preserving the Protestant Religion. His name appears on deeds for the purchase of land, one called "Philpott's Chance". At his death he owned around 1,000 acres of land in Charles County, Maryland.


Edward's will was dated 1718 and the estate was appraised and an inventory given on October 1, 1718. It was a large inventory with value given "in money sterl as L450 Sh 6 d 2 3/4" with an addition for horses given as "L6 Sh10 d0". In the settlement of his estate the following is found recorded in pounds of tobacco: "Funeral charges...2000 lbs, To Dr. Gustovus Brown...1190 lbs, To Dr. Rutherford ...1016 lbs, To Tubman Nankin & Price for suite of clothes ..250 lbs. Will was probated 28 Oct 1718."

[S2753]


                                                                                 __
                                                                                |  
                                     _(RESEARCH QUERY) PHILPOTT of old Virginia_|
                                    |                                           |
                                    |                                           |__
                                    |                                              
 _Edward PHILPOTT I "the Immigrant"_|
| (1597 - 1678)                     |
|                                   |                                            __
|                                   |                                           |  
|                                   |___________________________________________|
|                                                                               |
|                                                                               |__
|                                                                                  
|
|--Edward PHILPOTT II
|  (1660 - 1718)
|                                                                                __
|                                                                               |  
|                                    ___________________________________________|
|                                   |                                           |
|                                   |                                           |__
|                                   |                                              
|___________________________________|
                                    |
                                    |                                            __
                                    |                                           |  
                                    |___________________________________________|
                                                                                |
                                                                                |__
                                                                                   

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William Collinsworth STEGALL

25 Nov 1831 - 25 Oct 1912

ID Number: I104009

  • OCCUPATION: Laborer, Physician
  • RESIDENCE: Caldwell, NC and Thomasville, GA and Dale Co. AL
  • RELIGION: Methodist
  • BIRTH: 25 Nov 1831, Upton, Caldwell, North Carolina [516585]
  • DEATH: 25 Oct 1912, Ozark, Dale Co. Alabama
  • BURIAL: Ozark, Dale Co. Alabama
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS IGI [S3762]
Father: Ivy Fears (Finch) STEGALL
Mother: Sidney Bexley PURIFOY


Family 1 : Mary Jane PEACOCK
  1.  William STEGALL
  2.  Porter C. STEGALL
  3.  Albert STEGALL
  4.  Geney STEGALL
  5.  Henry Bascom STEGALL
  6.  Emer (Emia) STEGALL
  7.  Lander STEGALL

Notes


William Collinsworth Steagall was born on 25 Nov 1831 in Eatonton, Putnam Co, Georgia,7, 8 died on 25 Oct 1912 in Ozark, Dale Co, Alabama 1 at age 80, and was buried in Ozark, Dale Co, Alabama.1


CONFLICT: LDS shows died 25 Jan 1887 in Thomasville, Thomas, Georgia.


Census:
1850 Federal Census - Upson Co, Georgia - Page 328
1860 census Dale Co. AL in household of R. P. Peacock age 28 Physcian, $8000 born GA.
1880 Federal Census - Clopton, Dale Co, Alabama 1910 Federal Census - Ozark Village, Dale Co, AL - ED 74 - Sheet 6A (21) (living with daughter Emia Reynolds' family).


They had seven children: William, Porter C., Albert, Geney, Henry Bascom, Emer (Emia), and Lander.

[516585]
Eatonton, Putnam Co, Georgia


                                                      __________________________
                                                     |                          
                              _Samuel "Sam" STEGALL _|
                             | (1770 - 1848) m 1798  |
                             |                       |__________________________
                             |                                                  
 _Ivy Fears (Finch) STEGALL _|
| (1807 - 1848) m 1826       |
|                            |                        _William COLLINSWORTH Sr._+
|                            |                       | (1754 - 1799) m 1779     
|                            |_Sarah COLLINSWORTH ___|
|                              (1781 - ....) m 1798  |
|                                                    |_Abagail "Abba"___________
|                                                      (1760 - 1807) m 1779     
|
|--William Collinsworth STEGALL 
|  (1831 - 1912)
|                                                     __________________________
|                                                    |                          
|                             _William PURIFOY ______|
|                            | (1780 - ....)         |
|                            |                       |__________________________
|                            |                                                  
|_Sidney Bexley PURIFOY _____|
  (1807 - 1881) m 1826       |
                             |                        __________________________
                             |                       |                          
                             |_Mary BROTHERS ________|
                               (1780 - ....)         |
                                                     |__________________________
                                                                                

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