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Charles Willing BYRD Judge of Ohio

26 Jun 1770 - 25 Aug 1828

ID Number: I67510

  • RESIDENCE: OH
  • BIRTH: 26 Jun 1770, Westover, Charles City Co., Virginia
  • DEATH: 25 Aug 1828, Sinking Springs, Highland Co., Ohio
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2561] [S3166]
Father: William III BYRD of Westover
Mother: Mary Shippen WILLING


Family 1 : Sarah MEADE
  1.  Evelyn BYRD
  2.  William Silouee BYRD

Notes


"Charles Willing Byrd studied law and was admitted to the bar before emigrating to Kentucky in 1794. In the West he acted as agent for Robert Morris who owned large tracts of land in Kentucky. His activities in this new state won favorilble recognition. This, together with the distinction of his Virginia ancestry and the influence of his mothers relatives, the Willing family of Philadelphia, brought an appointment as Secretary of the Northwest Territory in 1799. Byrd soon showed that he was strongly attached to the Jeffersonian party and opposed Governor St. Clair who was a Federalist. Secretary Byrd acted as Governor when St Clair was absent and used this authority to promote the interest of his party. When St. Clair was removed from office by President Jefferson in November, 1802, Byrd was acting Governor until the following March when Dr. Tiffin became Governor of the new State of Ohio. Byrd was then appointed by President Jefferson as United States District Judge for the District of Ohio.


Charles W. Byrd 1807 Tax List: Adams Co., Ohio
Charles Willing Byrd 1808 Tax List: Tiffin Twp., Adams Co., Ohio
Charles Willing Byrd 1809 Tax List: Adams Co., Ohio
Charles Willing Byrd 1810 Tax List: Adams Co., Ohio
Charles W. Byrd 1820 Federal Census: West Union Twp., Adams Co., Ohio


History of Hamilton County Ohio
CHAPTER XX CIVIL LIST OF HAMILTON COUNTY
"Charles Wylling Byrd, secretary of the Northwest Territory, and acting governor of the territory, after the removal of General St. Clair, near the close of 1802, until the institution. of the State government, March 3, 1803; Othinal Looker, acting governor of the State of Ohio, April 14th to December 8, 1814, by reason of the resignation of Governor R. J. Meigs, to accept the office of postmaster general of the United States. Ethan Allen Brown, governor from December 14, 1818, to January"


Virginia Will Records, Will of Mrs. Mary Willing Byrd, of Westover, 1813.
"Item. I give and bequeath to my son Charles Willing Byrd of West Union, Ohio, one fourth of all my property in the hands of my executors.""


Marriage 1 Sarah Meade b: 1775 in Prince George Co., Virginia Married: ABT. 1792 in Virginia
Children
Mary Willing Byrd b: ABT. 1795
Evelyn Byrd b: AFT. 1804 in Ohio


Marriage 2 Hannah Miles b: 20 NOV 1789 Married: 8 OCT 1818 in Adams Co., Ohio
Byrd, Charles W. Married: Oct 08, 1818 in: Adams Co., OH
Spouse: MILES, HANNAH
State Library, Columbus, OH.
SOURCE: Marriage Index: Selected Counties of Ohio, 1789-1850
Children
Samuel O. Byrd b: 16 JUL 1823 in Ohio



[S3166] [S3166]


                                                                               _William of Westover BYRD "the Immigrant"_+
                                                                              | (1649 - 1701) m 1673                     
                                _William "The Black Swan" BYRD II of Westover_|
                               | (1674 - 1744) m 1724                         |
                               |                                              |_MARY HORSMANDAN _________________________+
                               |                                                (1652 - 1699) m 1673                     
 _William III BYRD of Westover_|
| (1728 - 1777) m 1761         |
|                              |                                               _Thomas TAYLOR ___________________________
|                              |                                              | (1650 - ....)                            
|                              |_Maria TAYLOR ________________________________|
|                                (1698 - 1771) m 1724                         |
|                                                                             |__________________________________________
|                                                                                                                        
|
|--Charles Willing BYRD Judge of Ohio
|  (1770 - 1828)
|                                                                              _Thomas WILLING __________________________
|                                                                             | (1679 - 1759)                            
|                               _Charles WILLING "the Immigrant"______________|
|                              | (1710 - 1754) m 1730                         |
|                              |                                              |_Anne HARRISON ___________________________
|                              |                                                (1684 - 1707)                            
|_Mary Shippen WILLING ________|
  (1740 - 1814) m 1761         |
                               |                                               _Joseph SHIPPEN __________________________+
                               |                                              | (1679 - 1741) m 1702                     
                               |_Anne SHIPPEN ________________________________|
                                 (1710 - 1790) m 1730                         |
                                                                              |_Abigail GROSSE __________________________+
                                                                                (1677 - 1716) m 1702                     

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Easter CARLILE

Apr 1893 - ____

ID Number: I36051

  • RESIDENCE: Titusville, Brevard Co. FL
  • BIRTH: Apr 1893, Titusville, Brevard Co. FL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1264]
Father: James Andrew "Andrew" CARLILE
Mother: Emmeline Ernestine WINEGARD


Family 1 : JARDAN

                                                                  _Alexander CARLILE __+
                                                                 | (1760 - 1817)       
                                  _David Nathaniel CARLILE ______|
                                 | (1803 - 1876)                 |
                                 |                               |_Mary WINTER ________+
                                 |                                 (1776 - 1849)       
 _James Andrew "Andrew" CARLILE _|
| (1847 - 1902) m 1870           |
|                                |                                _____________________
|                                |                               |                     
|                                |_Eliza D. COLEMAN OR FEASTER? _|
|                                  (1811 - ....)                 |
|                                                                |_____________________
|                                                                                      
|
|--Easter CARLILE 
|  (1893 - ....)
|                                                                 _____________________
|                                                                |                     
|                                 _______________________________|
|                                |                               |
|                                |                               |_____________________
|                                |                                                     
|_Emmeline Ernestine WINEGARD ___|
  (1855 - ....) m 1870           |
                                 |                                _____________________
                                 |                               |                     
                                 |_______________________________|
                                                                 |
                                                                 |_____________________
                                                                                       

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John CLARK

ABT 1830 - ____

ID Number: I92714

  • RESIDENCE: MS
  • BIRTH: ABT 1830
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S3435]

Family 1 : Martha ANDREWS

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Thornton FRY

21 Nov 1786 - 1823

ID Number: I69880

  • RESIDENCE: Madison Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 21 Nov 1786
  • DEATH: 1823
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS
Father: Henry "Harry" FRY
Mother: Susan Sukey WALKER


Family 1 : Elizabeth R. THOMPSON
  1.  Burkitt FRY C.S.A.
  2. +Cornelia FRY
  3.  Frank FRY

Notes


Thornton m. a dau. of Hon. Philip R. Thompson, and their ch. were Gen. Burkitt Fry, C. S. A., Dr. Frank and Mrs. Jno. L. Bacon, of Richmond.


DAR 125100; DAR 32867.


                                                    ____________________________
                                                   |                            
                       _Joshua FRY "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1699 - 1754) m 1737       |
                      |                            |____________________________
                      |                                                         
 _Henry "Harry" FRY __|
| (1738 - 1823) m 1764|
|                     |                             _Paul MICOU "the Immigrant"_
|                     |                            | (1658 - 1736) m 1709       
|                     |_Mary MICOU ________________|
|                       (1716 - 1772) m 1737       |
|                                                  |_Margaret ROY ______________
|                                                    (1694 - 1728) m 1709       
|
|--Thornton FRY 
|  (1786 - 1823)
|                                                   _Thomas WALKER _____________+
|                                                  | (1684 - 1715) m 1709       
|                      _Thomas WALKER _____________|
|                     | (1714 - 1794) m 1741       |
|                     |                            |_Susannah PEACHY ___________
|                     |                              (1688 - 1736) m 1709       
|_Susan Sukey WALKER _|
  (1746 - 1808) m 1764|
                      |                             _Francis THORNTON II________+
                      |                            | (1682 - 1737) m 1703       
                      |_Mildred THORNTON __________|
                        (1721 - 1778) m 1741       |
                                                   |_Mary TALIAFERRO ___________+
                                                     (1686 - 1780) m 1703       

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ROGER GREGORY I

ABT 1520 - 1567

ID Number: I57339

  • RESIDENCE: of Lincolnshire, England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1520
  • DEATH: 1567
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2101]
Father: WILLIAM GREGORY


Family 1 : MARGARET NEWBORNE
  1. +ROGER GREGORY II

Notes


"This Roger Gregory wrote his Will on 20 April 1567 which was proved in Lincolnshire on 30 May 1567." [S2101]

                                                   __
                                                  |  
                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) GREGORY _|
                      |                           |
                      |                           |__
                      |                              
 _WILLIAM GREGORY ____|
| (1500 - ....)       |
|                     |                            __
|                     |                           |  
|                     |___________________________|
|                                                 |
|                                                 |__
|                                                    
|
|--ROGER GREGORY I
|  (1520 - 1567)
|                                                  __
|                                                 |  
|                      ___________________________|
|                     |                           |
|                     |                           |__
|                     |                              
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                            __
                      |                           |  
                      |___________________________|
                                                  |
                                                  |__
                                                     

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HERIBERT von MAINE

ABT 0990 - 1036

ID Number: I28814

  • BIRTH: ABT 0990
  • DEATH: 1036

Family 1 :
  1. +GARSENDE von MAINE

Notes


aka: Heriberg, Hubert.

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John MARKHAM Gent.

ABT 1670 - ____

ID Number: I61255

  • RESIDENCE: Fauquier Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1670
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2284]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) MARKHAM of VA & MD


Family 1 :
  1. +Elizabeth "Lizzie" MARKHAM
  2. +John MARKHAM

Notes


"Tradition has gone wild over the career of John Markham. One legend makes him a British peer, another calls him a pirate, a third insists upon his being the buccaneer Blackbeard, but all authorities agree in pronouncing him a handsome, dashing and fascinating gentleman, and a daring, cruel and adroit villain. Here Col. Thomas Green shows his skill and power in interpreting traditions and in deciphering legends. He writes:


""There lived near the family, a John Markham, an Englishman with a peculiar history. He was by birth a gentleman, as the term is used in England, and of mixed Anglo-Saxon lineage, -had been an officer in the British Navy, had killed his captain in a duel in the West Indies, and had taken refuge in Virginia, where he had engaged in mercantile pursuits, and had married the widow of a merchant, much older than himself, by whom he had no children, but of whose whole property he managed to obtain possession. His wife died, and he returned to England, sold a small inherited estate which had come down to him from Anglo-Saxon ancestors, who had owned it before the conquest, for which one of his descendants used to say he ought to have been hung, and eloped with and married a young English girl, with whom he returned to Virginia, and by whom he had seventeen daughters and one son. A shrewd, money-getting, out-breaking, lawless, self-willed, large brained, devil-defying man was this John Markham, if all accounts of him be true, respecting neither God nor man, and fearing neither; and every now and then there breaks out in his race the genuine Markham streak.


His son, named John, gobbled up all the paternal estate, and was the father of Commodore James Markham, a distinguished officer of a Virginia Navy during the Revolution.


One of the first John Markham's seventeen daughters was the grandmother of the late T. Daviers Carneal, well known in Cincinnati and throughout central Kentucky.


Another was the ancestress of Major McRae, formerly Commandant of the Barracks at Newport; of George McRae, of Mississippi, and of the family of that name, of South Carolina.


One of the youngest, Elizabeth, married Captain John Marshall."" [S2284]


                                          __
                                         |  
                                       __|
                                      |  |
                                      |  |__
                                      |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) MARKHAM of VA & MD_|
|                                     |
|                                     |   __
|                                     |  |  
|                                     |__|
|                                        |
|                                        |__
|                                           
|
|--John MARKHAM Gent.
|  (1670 - ....)
|                                         __
|                                        |  
|                                      __|
|                                     |  |
|                                     |  |__
|                                     |     
|_____________________________________|
                                      |
                                      |   __
                                      |  |  
                                      |__|
                                         |
                                         |__
                                            

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(RESEARCH QUERY) PEMBERTON VA & GA & KY

____ - ____

ID Number: I19531

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes [S18]

Family 1 :
  1. +John PEMBERTON I
  2. +John PEMBERTON
  3.  Polly PEMBERTON
  4. +Charles PEMBERTON
  5. +William PEMBERTON
  6.  John PEMBERTON
  7. +Anna PEMBERTON
  8. +John PEMBERTON

Notes


Some loose Pemberton Grouped here for Research purposes - relationship of kids on this card to each other is not determined yet, but each ones descendants are. please write jbass@digital.net.
1704 VA Rent Rolls
Pemberton Geo King William County
Pemberton Tho King & Queen County, 1704


Pembertons listed in "VA in the Revolution"


Bennett, Corp., 5 CL.
David, Sgt, 7 CL.
Henry, Ensign, E.
Henry, Corp., 6 CL
Issac, 8 CL.
John, Charlotyte Mil., E.
John, 83, Lincoln Co. KY, mpl.
Reuben, Pvt. WD.
Richard, Caroline Mil., rec. as 2nd Lieut in Capt. Edmund Pendleton's Co. Aug 14, 1777
Thomas, Cornet 1st Cont. Dragoons Dec 5, 1776; 2nd Lieut. Dec 18, 1776; 1st Lieut in 1778; Captain June 12, 1779; retired Nov 9, 1782; awarded 4,666 acres. Goochland pens.
William, 1 VA State Reg.


HORSE CAVE CEMETRY, HART CO KY


PEMBERTON:
C S 6 Oct 1887 - 4 Feb 1914
Claude Parrish 22 Feb 1904 - only date, s/o C L & E J
Emily PARRISH 1879 - 1908, w/o C L
Emily SMITH 1840 - 1919, w/o S C
Minnie DALE 17 Mar 1900 - 2 Jan 1924
Roger Clifford 1910 - 1912
S C 1840 - 1929
T B 1872- 1912
W B 1872- 1934


TYLER, Allie PEMBERTON 15 Apr 1873 - 31 July 1950


JOHN PEMBERTON
LINCOLN COUNTY
PRIVATE
VIRGINIA MILITIA
$46.66 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$139.98 AMOUNT RECEIVED
JANUARY 22, 1833 PENSION STARTED
AGE 74


*********
Richard Pemberton's Fight With the Indians By Emory L. Hamilton


From the unpublished manuscript, Indian Atrocities Along the Clinch, Powell and Holston Rivers, pages 129-130.


On May 26, 1785, Major Crockett wrote to Governor Henry of Virginia (1), the following:


The Indians killed one man on the North Fork of the Holston River, the 6th of April last, and wounded a man ten days after, (April 16) on the head of Clinch, with arrows. There has not been one year since the year 74, but the Indians has done more or less damage in this county, which covers nearly 80 miles of the frontier of this state.


Who the man was that was killed on the North Fork of Holston, on April 6, 1785, is unknown. The man whom Colonel Crockett says was wounded "with arrows" on the head of Clinch, was in all probability Richard Pemberton. Bickley tells of the details of the wounding, (2) but has an incorrect date for the event, if Crockett was referring to Pemberton. Bickley says:


Richard Pemberton, the hero of this battle, lived in the Baptist Valley, about five miles from Jeffersonville (now Tazewell). In addition to a small farm around his cabin, he cultivated a field, now (1856) owned by William O. George, about one and a half miles from his dwelling.


On a Sabbath morning late in August, 1788, he started to his field accompanied by his wife and two children, to see that his fences were not down, and to repair any breach that might have been made. According to the custom of the times, Mr.Pemberton had taken with him his gun, which was his constant companion. After satisfying himself that his crops were safe, the little party started back. They had gone but a few hundred yards, however, when two Indians armed with bows and arrows, knives and tomahawks, came yelling toward them at full speed. In an instant the pioneer's gun was leveled and the trigger pulled; it missed fire, and in his hurry to spring the lock again, he broke it, and of course could not fire. Seeing him raise his gun to shoot, caused the Indians to halt, and commence firing arrows at him. Keeping himself between his wife and children and the Indians, he ordered them to get on as fast as possible and try to reach a house at which a Mr. Johnson lived, and where several men were living. This house was some half mile distant, but he hoped to reach it, and save those whom he held dearest - his wife and children. The Indians made every possible attempt to separate him from his family, all of which proved vain. They would retreat to a respectful distance, and then come bounding back like so many furies from the regions of indescribable woe. When they came too near, he would raise his gun as if he really were reserving his fire, which would cause them to halt and surround him. But at every attack they shot their arrows into his breast, causing great pain.


For nearly an hour this running fight was kept up; still the blood thirsty savages pressed on; at last, he was sufficiently near to Johnson's house to be heard, and he raised his powerful voice for succor; he was heard, but no sooner did the men of the house hear the cry of "Indians", than they took to their heels in an opposite direction. At last he arrived at the house, closely pursued by the Indians, and entering after his family, barred the door, and began to make preparations for acting upon the offensive, when the Indians made a rapid retreat. Pemberton reached his own house the following day, where he resided many years, an eyesore to those who had so ingloriously fled from his assistance. Many arrow points which entered his breast, were never removed, and were carried to the end of his life as the best certificate of his bravery, and devotion to his family.


(1) Virginia State Papers, Vol. IV, page 31.
(2) Bickley, History of Tazewell County, 1856.


http://www.rootsweb.com/~varussel/indian/62.html
This file contributed by: Rhonda Robertson


Confederate States Of America General in the WBTS: General John C. Pemberton.

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Samuel Eccles SIMMONS

ABT 1812 - ____

ID Number: I44735

  • RESIDENCE: Amite Co. MS
  • BIRTH: ABT 1812
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1027]
Father: Samuel B. SIMMONS
Mother: Harriet BURRIS



                                             _(RESEARCH QUERY LA & MS) SIMMONS _
                                            |                                   
                       _Samuel SIMMONS _____|
                      | (1760 - 1782)       |
                      |                     |___________________________________
                      |                                                         
 _Samuel B. SIMMONS __|
| (1780 - ....) m 1810|
|                     |                      ___________________________________
|                     |                     |                                   
|                     |_ STANLEY? __________|
|                       (1760 - ....)       |
|                                           |___________________________________
|                                                                               
|
|--Samuel Eccles SIMMONS 
|  (1812 - ....)
|                                            ___________________________________
|                                           |                                   
|                      _Samuel BURRIS ______|
|                     | (1760 - 1812)       |
|                     |                     |___________________________________
|                     |                                                         
|_Harriet BURRIS _____|
  (1790 - 1837) m 1810|
                      |                      ___________________________________
                      |                     |                                   
                      |_Mary MYERS _________|
                        (1760 - 1812)       |
                                            |___________________________________
                                                                                

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Norma SLEMP


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