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Capt. Thomas Stanley ALVIS

ABT 1825 - 11 Feb 1897

ID Number: I25543

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • RESIDENCE: VA & Brierfield, Bibb Co. AL
  • OCCUPATION: Ironmaker; CSA 8th VA Vol. Co. B & CSA Ordinance Bureau
  • BIRTH: ABT 1825, VA
  • DEATH: 11 Feb 1897, Brierfield, Bibb Co. AL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S474] [S315] [S1164] [S97]
Father: Meredith ALVIS
Mother: Polly WRIGHT


Family 1 : Rebecca J. ALVIS
  1.  Mary E. ALVIS
  2.  William Albert ALVIS
  3.  Margelia A. ALVIS
Family 2 : Margaritta Emma JOHNSON
  1.  Cora ALVIS
  2.  Kate ALVIS
  3.  Thomas Stanley ALVIS Jr
  4.  Emma ALVIS
  5.  Myrtle Clary ALVIS
  6. +Robert Edward ALVIS

Notes


Capt. Thomas Stanley Alvis; Ordinance Bureau, C.S.A.
Thomas Stanley was a ironmaker by trade; at the beginning of the War, he was in the 8th Va. Vol. Co. B of the 6th Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 4th Div of VA Militia. In 1862 he was commissioned Capt.and sent to Brierfield, Alabama to operate the iron works there. He operated the ironworks until they were destroyed during Wilson's raid in March-April 1865. After the war, Thomas Stanley leased the iron works & tried to operate Brierfield as a private business--he failed. Some of his descendants are still in Alabama.


In 1870 he was working as an iron maker in Brierfield, Bibb co. AL and owned real estate valued at $2,200 and personal property of $1,000.


                                             _David ALVIS (OLVIS) I_+
                                            | (1714 - 1787) m 1739  
                       _Shadrach ALVIS _____|
                      | (1750 - 1806) m 1773|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth STANLEY? ___+
                      |                       (1718 - 1789) m 1739  
 _Meredith ALVIS _____|
| (1777 - 1849)       |
|                     |                      _______________________
|                     |                     |                       
|                     |_Nansie ADDISON _____|
|                       (1753 - 1777) m 1773|
|                                           |_______________________
|                                                                   
|
|--Thomas Stanley ALVIS 
|  (1825 - 1897)
|                                            _______________________
|                                           |                       
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_______________________
|                     |                                             
|_Polly WRIGHT _______|
  (1780 - ....)       |
                      |                      _______________________
                      |                     |                       
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_______________________
                                                                    

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[S315]

[S1164]

[S97]


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Willliam F. BRIANT (BRYANT)

ABT 1790 - ____

ID Number: I88496

  • RESIDENCE: Spartanburg Dist. SC and Calhoun Co. AL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1790, Spartanburg Dist. South Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S3248]
Father: William Reuben BRIANT (BRYANT)
Mother: Sarah "Sallie" TOLLESON


Family 1 : Deliah DILLARD

Notes


William F. BRYANT b: ABT. 1790 in Spartanburg, SC + Delilah DILLARD b: 1796 in Spartanburg, SC Married: 1811 in Calhoun Co. AL.


From: Re: 1741 Wm. Briant's son Johnston's line to now Posted by: Thomas Bryant (ID *****4432) Date: October 26, 2003
http://genforum.genealogy.com/bryant/messages/7917.html


William F. Bryant, m. Delilah Dillard
Terrell Bryant, m. Frances Reid, gd of William Briant
Alfred Bryant, m. Mary Ann Elizabeth Phillips
William Robert Bryant, m. Kiziah Rebecca Sannah McCraw
Roger William Bryant, m. Maggie Pearl Haydock
Thomas Roy Bryant, m. Maureen Louise Kennedy
My GGF, Alfred, moved from Calhoun County AL after the Civil War, to what is now Union County MS.




                                                                      _James BRIANT (BRYANT) Jr._+
                                                                     | (1686 - 1750)             
                                   _William BRIANT (BRYANT) _________|
                                  | (1720 - 1770) m 1740             |
                                  |                                  |_Sarah BRASWELL ___________+
                                  |                                    (1695 - 1742)             
 _William Reuben BRIANT (BRYANT) _|
| (1741 - 1834) m 1765            |
|                                 |                                   ___________________________
|                                 |                                  |                           
|                                 |_Elizabeth SMITH _________________|
|                                   (1724 - 1770) m 1740             |
|                                                                    |___________________________
|                                                                                                
|
|--Willliam F. BRIANT (BRYANT) 
|  (1790 - ....)
|                                                                     ___________________________
|                                                                    |                           
|                                  _Erasmus TOLLESON "the Immigrant"_|
|                                 | (1670 - 1770)                    |
|                                 |                                  |___________________________
|                                 |                                                              
|_Sarah "Sallie" TOLLESON ________|
  (1737 - 1836) m 1765            |
                                  |                                   ___________________________
                                  |                                  |                           
                                  |__________________________________|
                                                                     |
                                                                     |___________________________
                                                                                                 

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William DYER

ABT 1703 - BEF 1760

ID Number: I50747

  • RESIDENCE: Charles Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1703, Maryland
  • DEATH: BEF 1760, Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: CONFLICT notes [S1804] [S2325] [S1831]
Father: Patrick DYER
Mother: Comfort BARNES


Family 1 : Sarah SWANN
  1. +Samuel DYER
  2.  Thomas DYER
  3.  Annaticus DYER

Notes


1 May 1762 Chas Co: Joseph Dyson of Chas Co, planter, leased to Thomas Dyson of Chas Co, planter, part of "Swan Hill" containing 100A; witnesses were Peter Dent and Samuel Turner Jr


Date: Sun, 30 Jun 2002 From: Thomas Wesley Hogan email; WesHogan@compuserve.com
Subject: William Dyer's wife To: "jbass@digital.net"
"Can you please tell me the source you used to identify Sarah Swann as the wife of William Dyer. I have been researching the Patrick Dyer line for more than 10 years and have several thousand descendants. However, I have never found proof that her name was Swann and have never found proof he had a son named Samuel. I would appreciate knowing the source for that information as well. Thanks for your effort in building your web site. Wes Hogan


Source is: Title: diblasi.FTW same as ref 1804.


Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2003 From: Kedroff
To: jbass@digital.net
Subject: Dyer


Just looking at your website and I'm really surprised to see you stating that Wm Dyer, son of Patrick and Comfort, was married to Sarah Swann. An inventory was taken of Wm's estate and all his children are named as well as his wife Susannah. There is no Annacletus. Annacletus is the child of Wm Dyer Jr and Mary Sheriffe(widow of John Sherliffe). This Wm was the son of the Wm married to Susannah.
Julia


Need to research this line, below may be connected.
Virginia County Records, Volume IX
Name: John Sanderson 20 July, 1710 14 July, 1716
Comment: Parish of Hungers
Son Thomas ; wife Jane , extx. Wit: Robert Howson , William Dyer .


ii NATHANIEL Walker, b. say 1642 (called "Mr." 9 June 1663 when Robert Starr recalled that Nathaniel sailed on the Swallow [EQC 6:35]); wrote from Virginia in 1671 to his brother Obadiah, referring to "brother Dyer" [LynnHSR 14:112, citing Middlesex court files]; administration granted in Sussex County, Delaware, on 20 July 1685 to Major William Dyer [Leon deValinger, ed., Calendar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800 (Dover, Delaware, 1964), p. 10].


The Great Migration Begins Sketches PRESERVED PURITAN RICHARD WALKER




[S1831] [S2325]


                                                  __
                                                 |  
                       __________________________|
                      |                          |
                      |                          |__
                      |                             
 _Patrick DYER _______|
| (1680 - 1724)       |
|                     |                           __
|                     |                          |  
|                     |__________________________|
|                                                |
|                                                |__
|                                                   
|
|--William DYER 
|  (1703 - 1760)
|                                                 __
|                                                |  
|                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) BARNES _|
|                     |                          |
|                     |                          |__
|                     |                             
|_Comfort BARNES _____|
  (1680 - ....)       |
                      |                           __
                      |                          |  
                      |__________________________|
                                                 |
                                                 |__
                                                    

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[S2325]

[S1831]

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Richard FOOTE V

ABT 1780 - 1837

ID Number: I82805

  • RESIDENCE: King George Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • DEATH: 1837, King George Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3092]
Father: Richard FOOTE IV
Mother: Margaret HELM


Family 1 : Helen G. STUART

Notes


Marriage 1 Helen G STUART Married: 1 Dec 1803 in King George Co. VA
Children: William S. FOOTE b: ABT 1804


                                              _Richard FOOTE II "the Immigrant"_+
                                             | (1665 - 1724)                    
                       _Richard FOOTE III____|
                      | (1704 - 1774) m 1726 |
                      |                      |__________________________________
                      |                                                         
 _Richard FOOTE IV____|
| (1743 - ....)       |
|                     |                       __________________________________
|                     |                      |                                  
|                     |_Katherine FOSSACKER _|
|                       (1705 - ....) m 1726 |
|                                            |__________________________________
|                                                                               
|
|--Richard FOOTE V
|  (1780 - 1837)
|                                             __________________________________
|                                            |                                  
|                      _Lynaugh HELM ________|
|                     | (1715 - ....)        |
|                     |                      |__________________________________
|                     |                                                         
|_Margaret HELM ______|
  (1758 - 1814)       |
                      |                       __________________________________
                      |                      |                                  
                      |_Hester NETHERTON ____|
                        (1712 - ....)        |
                                             |__________________________________
                                                                                

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Johnson HARRIS

28 Dec 1769 - 3 Dec 1868

ID Number: I73522

  • RESIDENCE: Charlotte Co. VA and Laurens Co. SC and Perry Co.IL
  • BIRTH: 28 Dec 1769, Charlotte Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 3 Dec 1868, Perry Co. Illinois
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS 914T-Z7
Father: Edward HARRIS
Mother: Mary JOHNSON


Family 1 : Anna GARRETT
  1. +Frances HARRISS

Notes


Harriss

                                             _William HARRIS _____+
                                            | (1669 - 1706) m 1695
                       _Edward HARRIS ______|
                      | (1710 - 1780)       |
                      |                     |_Temperance OVERTON _+
                      |                       (1678 - 1715) m 1695
 _Edward HARRIS ______|
| (1746 - 1820)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Johnson HARRIS 
|  (1769 - 1868)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _ JOHNSON ___________|
|                     | (1720 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Mary JOHNSON _______|
  (1747 - ....)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Lewis HARVIE

1827 - ____

ID Number: I86126

  • RESIDENCE: Richmond, VA
  • BIRTH: 1827, Richmond, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2311]
Father: Jacquelin Burwell HARVIE
Mother: Mary MARSHALL


Notes


vii Lewis Harvie was born in 1827 in Richmond, Va Henrico Co.

                                                           _John HARVIE I "the Immigrant"_
                                                          | (1706 - 1767) m 1742          
                             _John HARVIE II______________|
                            | (1747 - 1807)               |
                            |                             |_Martha Elizabeth GAINES ______+
                            |                               (1719 - 1802) m 1742          
 _Jacquelin Burwell HARVIE _|
| (1788 - 1856) m 1813      |
|                           |                              _Gabriel JONES ________________+
|                           |                             | (1724 - 1806) m 1749          
|                           |_Margaret Morton JONES ______|
|                             (1751 - ....)               |
|                                                         |_Margaret Madison STROTHER ____+
|                                                           (1726 - 1822) m 1749          
|
|--Lewis HARVIE 
|  (1827 - ....)
|                                                          _Thomas MARSHALL ______________+
|                                                         | (1730 - 1802) m 1754          
|                            _John MARSHALL Chief Justice_|
|                           | (1755 - 1835) m 1783        |
|                           |                             |_Mary Randolph KEITH __________+
|                           |                               (1737 - 1809) m 1754          
|_Mary MARSHALL ____________|
  (1795 - 1841) m 1813      |
                            |                              _Jaquelin AMBLER ______________+
                            |                             | (1742 - 1798) m 1764          
                            |_Mary Willis AMBLER _________|
                              (1766 - 1831) m 1783        |
                                                          |_Mary (Rebecca?) BURWELL ______+
                                                            (1746 - ....) m 1764          

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JOSSUM

ABT 1775 - ____

ID Number: I42063

  • RESIDENCE: Madison Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1775
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1190]

Family 1 : Nancy HERNDON

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Frances Onera MALONE


This person is presumed living.

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Vernon Leroy MYERS


This person is presumed living.

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King Wahunsonacock POWHATEN

17 Jun 1545 - 1618

ID Number: I38147

  • TITLE: King
  • OCCUPATION: Chief of a federation of Algonquian Indian tribes
  • RESIDENCE: Tidewater Region of VA now Gloucester Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 17 Jun 1545, Algonquian village of Powhatan, James River VA
  • DEATH: 1618
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1387] [S1424] [S1561]
Father: "Dashing Stream"
Mother: "Scent Flower"


Family 1 : Matatiske or Nonoma
  1. +Cleopatra POWHATEN
  2. +Matoaka (Rebecca) Pocahontas POWHATEN
  3.  Nantiquaus POWHATEN
  4.  Matachannu POWHATEN

Notes


"Old Churches, Ministers, and Families of Virginia. Article XXVIII. Gloucester, the Residence of Powhatan and Pocahontas. We are now in the region where by general consent the chief residence of King Powhatan has been placed, after discussion and accurate investigation. Mr. Howe, in his laborious though sometimes inaccurate History of Virginia, quotes from Captain John Smith as saying that "twenty-five miles lower (than what is now West Point, the junction of the Pamunkey and Mattapony) on the north side of this river (York River) is Werowocomico, where their great king inhabited when I was delivered to him a prisoner," and where Smith in another place says "for the most part he was resident." Mr. Howe says, "Upon a short visit made to that part of Gloucester county a year or two ago, I was satisfied that Shelly, the seat of Mrs. Mann Page, is the famous Werowocomico. Shelly adjoins Rosewell, formerly the seat of John Page, (sometime Governor of Virginia), and was originally part of the Rosewell plantation; and I learned from Mrs. Page, of Shelly, that Governor Page always held Shelly to be the ancient Werowocomico, and accordingly he at first gave it that name, but afterward, on account of the inconvenient length of the word, dropped it and adopted the title of Shelly, on account of the extraordinary accumulation of shells found there. The enormous beds of oyster-shells deposited there, especially in front of the Shelly House, indicate it to have been a place of great resort among the natives. The situation is highly picturesque and beautiful; and, looking as it does on the lovely and majestic York, it would seem of all others to have been the befitting residence of the lordly Powhatan."


Our worthy fellow-citizen, Mr. Charles Campbell, of Petersburg, after having adopted the above opinion, has renounced it in favour of another place only two or three miles, I believe, lower down York River. On paying a visit a few years since to Shelly and the neighbourhood, for the purpose of examining the question, he became satisfied that Timberneck Bay, in Gloucester, the ancient seat of the Manns, only a mile from Shelly, is the famous spot. Smith, he says, in his work "Newes from Virginia," says "the bay where Powhatan dwelleth hath three creeks in it." "I have visited," says Mr. Campbell, "that part of Gloucester county, and am satisfied that Timberneck Bay is the one referred to by Mr. Smith. On the east bank of this bay stands an old chimney known as 'Powhatan's chimney,' and its site corresponds with Werowocomico as laid down in Smith's map." Mr. Campbell supposes this to be the chimney of the house built by the Colonists to propitiate the favour of Powhatan, and says he is supported by tradition. May not the two opinions be reconciled in the following manner? Shelly may have been the original place of his residence or of his frequent residence; but when it was offered to build him a house after the English fashion, he may have preferred a situation a few miles off, for reasons best known to his royal majesty. And now, although I have already introduced some documents touching Powhatan and Pocahontas into my article on Jamestown and Henrico, yet, as there is another most worthy of preservation and use, I will do my part toward its perpetuity by inserting it in this place. It is the famous letter of Captain Smith to Queen Anne, soliciting her attention to Pocahontas when in England,--a letter not easily surpassed by any one in any age.


"To the Most High and Virtuous Princess, Queen Anne, of Great Britain:*


"Most Admired Madam:--The love I bear my God, my King, and my Church, hath so often emboldened me in the worst of extreme dangers, that now honesty doth constrain me to presume thus far beyond myself, to present to your Majesty this short discourse. If ingratitude be a deadly poison to all honest virtues, I must be guilty of that crime if I should omit any means to be thankful. So it was, that about ten years ago, being in Virginia, and being taken prisoner by the power of Powhatan, their chief king, I received from this great savage exceeding great courtesy,--especially from his son, Nantiquaus, the manliest, comeliest, boldest spirit I ever saw in a savage, and his sister Pocahontas, the king's most dear and beloved daughter, being but a child of twelve or thirteen years of age, whose compassionate, pitiful heart of my desperate estate gave me much cause to respect her. I being the first Christian this proud king and his grim attendants ever saw, and thus enthralled in their power, I cannot say I felt the least occasion of want that was in the power of those, my mortal foes, to prevent, notwithstanding all their threats. After some six weeks' fattening among these savage courtiers, at the minute of my execution she hazarded the beating out of her own brains to save mine; and not only that, but so prevailed with her father that I was safely conducted to Jamestown, where I found about eight-and-thirty miserable, poor, and sick creatures to keep possession of all those large territories in Virginia. Such was the weakness of this poor Commonwealth, as had not the savages fed us, we directly had starved. And this relief, most gracious Queen, was commonly brought us by the Lady Pocahontas.


"Notwithstanding all those passages, when inconstant fortune turned our peace to war, this tender virgin would still not spare to dare to visit us; and by her our fears have been often appeased and our wants still supplied. Were it the policy of her father thus to employ her, or the ordinance of God thus to make her his instrument, or her extraordinary affection to our nation, I know not. But of this I am sure; when her father, with the utmost of his policy and power, sought to surprise me, having but eighteen with me, the dark night could not affright her from coming through the irksome woods, and, with watered eyes, gave me intelligence with her best advice to escape his fury, which had he seen, he had surely slain her.


"Jamestown, with her wild train, she as freely visited as her father's habitation; and during the time of two or three years, she, next under God, was still the instrument to preserve this Colony from death, famine, and utter confusion, which in those times had once been dissolved, Virginia might have lain as it was at our first arrival till this day. Since then this business, having been turned and varied by many accidents from what I left it, is most certain; after a long and troublesome war, since my departure, betwixt her father and our Colony, all which time she was not heard of. About two years after, she herself was taken prisoner, being so detained near two years longer; the Colony by that means was relieved, peace concluded, and at last, rejecting her barbarous condition, she was married to an English gentleman, the first Virginian who ever spake English, or had a child in marriage by an Englishman,--a matter surely, if my meaning be truly considered and well understood, well worthy a prince's information. Thus, most gracious lady, I have related to your Majesty what, at your best leisure, our approved histories will recount to you at large, as done in your Majesty's life. And, however this might be presented you from a more worthy pen, it cannot from a more honest heart.


"As yet, I never begged any thing of the State; and it is my want of ability and her exceeding deserts, your birth, means, and authority, her birth, virtue, want, and simplicity, doth make me thus bold humbly to beseech your Majesty to take this knowledge of her, though it be from one so unworthy to be the reporter as myself, her husband's estate not being able to make her fit to attend your Majesty. The most and least I can do is to tell you this, and the rather of her being of so great a spirit, however her stature. If she should not be well received, seeing this kingdom may rightly have a kingdom by her means, her present love to us and Christianity might turn to such scorn and fury as to divert all this good to the worst of evil; when, finding that so great a Queen should do her more honour than she imagines, for having been kind to her subjects and servants, would so ravish her with content as to endear her dearest blood to effect that your Majesty and all the King's most honest subjects most earnestly desire. And so I humbly kiss your gracious hands, &c.


"Signed, John Smith."


son of Dashing Stream + Scent Flower
2nd wife of Wahunsonacock Powhatan: m. Winganuske
3rd wife of Wahunsonacock Powhatan: m. Ashetoiske
4th wife of Wahunsonacock Powhatan: m. Amopotoiske
5th wife of Wahunsonacock Powhatan: m. Ottopomtacke
6th wife of Wahunsonacock Powhatan: m. Attossocomiske
7th wife of Wahunsonacock Powhatan: m. Ponnoiske
8th wife of Wahunsonacock Powhatan: m. Appomosiscut
9th wife of Wahunsonacock Powhatan: m. Appimmonoiske
10th wife of Wahunsonacock Powhatan: m. Ortoughnoiske
11th wife of Wahunsonacock Powhatan: m. Oweroughwough
12th wife of Wahunsonacock Powhatan: m. Ottermiske"
Children:
Taux POWHATAN
Mantequos POWHATAN
Matachanna POWHATAN
Namontack POWHATAN
Matoaka "Pocahontas" POWHATAN b: ABT. 17 SEP 1595 d: ABT. 21 MAR 1616/17
+ KOCOUM
+ John ROLFE b: 6 MAY 1585 d: 1622


Marriages:
Marriage 1 ATTOSSOCOMISKE;
Marriage 2 MATATISKE mother of children on this card.
Marriage 3 PONNOISKE
Marriage 4 APPOMOSISCUT
Marriage 5 APPIMMONOISKE
Marriage 6 WINGANUSKE
Marriage 7 ORTOUGHNOISKE
Marriage 8 OWEROUGHWOUGH
Marriage 9 OTTERMISKE
Marriage 10 ASHETOISKE
Marriage 11 AMOPOTOISKE
Marriage 12 OTTOPOMTACKE








[S1424] [S1236]


                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _"Dashing Stream"____|
|                     |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Wahunsonacock POWHATEN 
|  (1545 - 1618)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_"Scent Flower"______|
                      |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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[S1424]

[S1561]

[S1424]

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Tabitha POYTHRESS

ABT 1725 - 17 Sep 1805

ID Number: I57601

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1725
  • DEATH: 17 Sep 1805
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1956] [S2059]
Father: Robert POYTHRESS
Mother: Elizabeth Pleasants COCKE


Family 1 : Henry RANDOLPH IV
  1. +Peter RANDOLPH
  2.  William RANDOLPH

                                                     _Francis POYTHRESS "the Immigrant"_+
                                                    | (1609 - 1661)                     
                              _John POYTHRESS ______|
                             | (1635 - 1712) m 1688 |
                             |                      |_Mary Francis SLOMAN ______________
                             |                        (1620 - 1678)                     
 _Robert POYTHRESS __________|
| (1690 - 1745)              |
|                            |                       _David PEEBLES "the Immigrant"_____
|                            |                      | (1612 - 1659) m 1634              
|                            |_Christian PEEBLES ___|
|                              (1634 - ....) m 1688 |
|                                                   |_Elspet MACKIE ____________________
|                                                     (1616 - 1652) m 1634              
|
|--Tabitha POYTHRESS 
|  (1725 - 1805)
|                                                    _Thomas COCKE of Malvern Hills_____+
|                                                   | (1638 - 1697) m 1663              
|                             _James COCKE _________|
|                            | (1665 - 1721) m 1690 |
|                            |                      |_Margaret POWELL? _________________
|                            |                        (1642 - 1719) m 1663              
|_Elizabeth Pleasants COCKE _|
  (1692 - 1751)              |
                             |                       _John PLEASANTS "the Immigrant"____+
                             |                      | (1644 - 1698)                     
                             |_Elizabeth PLEASANTS _|
                               (1676 - 1751) m 1690 |
                                                    |_Jane LARCOMBE ____________________
                                                      (1638 - ....)                     

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Elizabeth Turner REDD

ABT 1784 - ____

ID Number: I90042

  • BIRTH: ABT 1784, Spotsylvania Co. Virginia
Father: Phillip Dudley REDD
Mother: Priscilla BULLIT


Family 1 : William DUDLEY

                                              _Thomas REDD Sr.____________
                                             | (1670 - 1743) m 1695       
                        _James REDD _________|
                       | (1700 - 1784) m 1728|
                       |                     |_Sarah FERGUSON (FARGUSON) _+
                       |                       (1680 - 1740) m 1695       
 _Phillip Dudley REDD _|
| (1755 - 1826) m 1783 |
|                      |                      ____________________________
|                      |                     |                            
|                      |_Elizabeth TURNER ___|
|                        (1700 - ....) m 1728|
|                                            |____________________________
|                                                                         
|
|--Elizabeth Turner REDD 
|  (1784 - ....)
|                                             ____________________________
|                                            |                            
|                       _____________________|
|                      |                     |
|                      |                     |____________________________
|                      |                                                  
|_Priscilla BULLIT ____|
  (1760 - ....) m 1783 |
                       |                      ____________________________
                       |                     |                            
                       |_____________________|
                                             |
                                             |____________________________
                                                                          

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Annette SAVAGE

____ - ____

ID Number: I95409

  • RESIDENCE: Philadelphia, PA and Bordentown, NJ and New York City, NY
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S3444]

Family 1 : JOSEPH (Giuseppe Nabulion) BONAPARTE of Spain
  1.  CAROLINE CHARLOTTE BONAPARTE

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mistress called Annette Savage from a Quaker family. "One painting that was neither displayed at Point Breeze, nor exhibited at the academy, was the portrait of Bonaparte's mistress Ann Savage and their two daughters, Caroline Charlotte and Pauline Josephe Anne (Pl. XIII). (24). Ann, known as Annette, was only eighteen when Bonaparte met her while buying a pair of suspenders at her mother's shop in Philadelphia. The sparkling young woman, who spoke French, was descended from a distinguished Virginia family, but her father had fallen on hard times. Bonaparte installed her at Bow Hill outside Trenton, New Jersey, an estate he rented from a friend." http://www.findarticles.com/cf_dls/m1026/4_162/92545137/p4/articl e.jhtml?term=


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GOTTFRIED de VERDUN Count of Verdun

____ - 1005

ID Number: I75892

  • RESIDENCE: of Lorraine
  • BIRTH: Lorraine
  • DEATH: 1005
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS WRQ3-VN
Father: GOZELO von ARDENNES
Mother: UDA (Ardennes)


Family 1 : MATILDA of Saxony
  1.  HERMANN de VERDUN
  2.  GOTTFRIED de VERDUN Duke of Lower Lorraine
  3. +GONZELON I de LORRAINE Duke of Lorraine

                                                          __
                                                         |  
                        _WIGERICH of Trier and Ardennes__|
                       | (.... - 0919)                   |
                       |                                 |__
                       |                                    
 _GOZELO von ARDENNES _|
| (0911 - 0943)        |
|                      |                                  __
|                      |                                 |  
|                      |_KUNIGUNDE of Trier and Ardennes_|
|                        (0890 - ....)                   |
|                                                        |__
|                                                           
|
|--GOTTFRIED de VERDUN Count of Verdun
|  (.... - 1005)
|                                                         __
|                                                        |  
|                       _________________________________|
|                      |                                 |
|                      |                                 |__
|                      |                                    
|_UDA (Ardennes)_______|
  (0915 - 0963)        |
                       |                                  __
                       |                                 |  
                       |_________________________________|
                                                         |
                                                         |__
                                                            

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WOOD

ABT 1770 - ____

ID Number: I34826

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1770
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1274]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) WOOD


Family 1 : Nelly MADISON
  1.  Margaret WOOD
  2.  Joseph WOOD

                             __
                            |  
                          __|
                         |  |
                         |  |__
                         |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) WOOD _|
|                        |
|                        |   __
|                        |  |  
|                        |__|
|                           |
|                           |__
|                              
|
|-- WOOD 
|  (1770 - ....)
|                            __
|                           |  
|                         __|
|                        |  |
|                        |  |__
|                        |     
|________________________|
                         |
                         |   __
                         |  |  
                         |__|
                            |
                            |__
                               

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