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George Mackall CLARKE

ABT 1700 - 23 Jun 1753

ID Number: I81915

  • RESIDENCE: St. Mary's Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1700
  • DEATH: 23 Jun 1753, St. Mary's Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2930]

Family 1 : Susanna ATTAWAY
  1.  Susanna Mackall CLARKE

Notes


"Marriage 1 Susannah Mason; Marriage 2 Susanna Attaway b: ABT 1711 in St. Mary's Co. MD.


Will of George Mackall Clarke, St. Mary's County, 5/13/1751-7/21/1753.


Son: John Attaway Clarke "Piney Point" and if should die without issue by his wife Hannah, then said Hannah to enjoy aforesaid tract.


Daughter: Susanna Mackall Smoot "Clarke's Range".


Son: John Attaway Clarke, land on Blake Creek bought from John Tannehill.


Wife: Susanna Clarke, use of plantation where I now live with several tracts purchased of Stephen Martin and Jane his wife and Robert Mason.


Wife is to also have the rents of all my other lands until my youngest child arrives at age 21 or marries.
Daughters: Hannah Key, Ellen Clarke, Susanna Clarke, Anne Clarke, and Sarah Clarke the plantation after the d. of my wife; all land bought from William Cavenaugh; and two tracts bought of Robert Nugent; a tract mortgaged by Andrew Bulther; a tract mortaged by William Jones at the head of St. Clement's Bay. In case of all them should die without issue then to John Attaway Clarke and Susanna Mackall.
Slaves to be sold to support daughters Ellen, Susanna, Anne, and Sarah.
Wit: John Reeder, Thomas Perrin, James Hardwick, James Kendrick, Phyllis Griffin, James Murrin, John Hughes, Thomas Innis.
Codicil: Wife, two tracts that I bought from Robert Morgan.


Wit: John Reeder, James Hardwick, Phyllis Griffin, John Hughes, James Kendrick. 6/29/1753:
Came John Reeder and Ann Reeder who state that Col. George Clarke now deceased about 6/23 instant June--that about 7 weeks before his death he gave this wife Susanna Clarke verbally the following: Negro boy Dick bought of John Stanfield; John Blackistone's bond; and Capt. Gilbert Ireland's bond and furniture (listed) and gave his daughters Ann and Sarah Clarke a horse, saddle, and furniture.


p.320 Acct Elisabeth Cooke Extx of will of Thomas Cooke late of SM Decd.... 2 pair of Shoes recd. of George Clarke.... 15 Apr 1717
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Ste Mary's Co. 29 June 1753. Came John Reader and Ann Reeder, both of the co. aforesaid, say that Collo. George Clarke now deceased about 23 instant June and also before the said 23 of this Instant. June to witt: about 7 weeks before the date hereof in the presence of them the sd. John and Ann Reeder, gave unto his then wife Susanna Clarke verbally the following articles to witt: Negro boy Dick purchased of John Stanfield, John Blacklaton's bond and Capt. Gilbert Ireland's bond and furniture [listed]. And gave to each of his two daus., Ann and Sarah
Clarke, horse, saddle and furniture. 28, 520
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CLARKE, GEORGE, 13 May 1751
21 Jul 1753
To son John Attaway Clarke, tract called "Piney Point" and If he should die without issue by his wife Hannah, then said Hannah to enjoy aforesaid tract.
To dau. Susanna Markall Smoote, tract called "Clarkes Range."
To son John Attaway Clarke, land upon Blake Creek, purchased of John Tunhill(?).
To wife Susanna Clarke, use of plantation whereon I now live with several tracts purchased of Stephen Martin and Jane his wife and Robert Mason.
To wife the rents of all my other lands until my youngest child arrives at age of 21 or marriage.
To daus. Hannah Hey, Ellen Clarke, Susanna Clarke, Anne Clarke and Sarah Clarke, after the death of my wife,. plantation whereon I live and other land mentioned above held by wife; all -the land purchased of William Cavenough and also two tract purchased of Robert Nugent., also tract mortgaged by Andrew Bulther.. tract mortgaged by William Jones at the head of Clements Bay. In case all of them should die without heirs then to John Attaway Clarke and Susanna Markall. That slaves be hold for the support and maintenance of four daus; Ellen, Susanna, Anne and Sarah.
Wit: John Reader, Thomas Perrin., James Hardwick, James Kendrick, Millis; Griffin, James Murrin, John Hues, Thomas Innis.
Codicil: To wife - two tracts that I bought of Robt. Morgan.
Wit: John Reader, James Hardwick, Phills Griffin, John Hues,
James Kendrick. 28.521
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George Clarke Smoot, son of George Clarke and Sarah Smoot, was born in Charles County, Maryland. He settled in Washington County, Maryland, where he was one time connected with the county court house. His wife is buried in the Episcopal graveyard at Hagerstown. Her tomb reads: "Mrs. Matilda Smoot wife of George C. Smoot departed this life March 7, 1844 aged 68".
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Rev. Henry Ogle 47.28 CH £94.5.2 Apr 9 1750 Apr 25 1751
Appraisers: Mungo Huschet, Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer.
Creditors: Samuel Luckett, George Clarke.
Next of kin: Samuel Ogle.
Administrator: Rev. Theophilus Swift."

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Rev. Noble Leslie DEVOTIE C.S.A.

24 Jan 1838 - 12 Feb 1861

ID Number: I104506

  • TITLE: Rev.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA Chaplain for Alabama Troops; founder of Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) Fraternity
  • RESIDENCE: Columbus, GA and Tuscaloosa and Selma, AL
  • BIRTH: 24 Jan 1838, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
  • DEATH: 12 Feb 1861, Drowned, boarding at Fort Morgan, Mobile, Alabama
  • BURIAL: Historic Linwood Cem. Columbus, Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio Notes

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Noble Leslie DeVotie - 1831-1861(tombstone) Historic Linwood Cemetery, Columbia, Georgia, Founder of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.


The Founding Fathers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
http://thehookup.richmond.edu/~sae/pages/sae_founders.html#Kerr


Noble Leslie Devotie
Noble Leslie Devotie was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, January 24, 1838. He spent his early life in Marion, Alabama. He entered the University of Alabama in October, 1853, in the sophomore class, having spent his two years at Howard College. All through his university course he brilliantly maintained his intellectual supremacy. His grade average for his entire course at Alabama was 96 3/4. He was graduated as valedictorian at the had of his class July 17, 1856. In the fall of 1856 he entered Princeton Theological School, from which he graduated in 1859. The he became pastor of the First Baptist Church at Selma, Alabama. In 1861 he enlisted as chaplain in the C.S.A. when the Independent Blues and the Governor's Guard of Selma were sent to Fort Morgan. On February 12, 1861, as he was about to board a steamer at Fort Morgan, Alabama, he made a misstep and fell into the water. Three days later his body was washed ashore. He was the first man to lose his life in the Civil War.


http://thehookup.richmond.edu/~sae/pages/sae_founders.html#Noble% 20Leslie%20Devotie


DeVotie helped found SAE at the University of Alabama in 1856. After finishing the seminary he came south to Columbus where his father was the minister at First Baptist Church. DeVotie joined the Confederate Army as a chaplain. On, Feb. 12, 1861, he was praying for the troops on a dock in Mobile, Ala., and he fell off and drowned. Three days later his body was found and brought to Columbus to be buried, Boyce said.


Because DeVotie's death came three days after the Confederate States of America were formed on Feb. 9, 1861, many credit his as the first death of the Civil War. Fort Sumter was attacked three months later on April 12, 1861, and the war officially began.


From: http://www.archives.state.al.us/markers/ibaldwin.html
Noble Leslie DeVotie


First Alabama soldier to die in the Civil War. Drowned February 12, 1861, while on duty as chaplain of the Alabama troops here. Before enlisting, he was the pastor of Selma Baptist Church. He was 23 at time of death. Noble Leslie DeVotie–First Alabama soldier to lose life in Civil War. DeVotie graduated in 1856 from University of Alabama; Presbyterian Theological Seminary at Princeton in 1859. In 1856 at the University of Alabama, he was chief founder of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, the only national social fraternity founded in the Deep South. (Located at Fort Morgan)


Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) is a social fraternity based on scholarship, friendship and leadership. SAE’s pride themselves on the brotherhood they acquire during various social activities and the support they give the brothers in all their endeavors.


Sigma Alpha Epsilon has over 140 years of proud traditions. It was founded at the University of Alabama in 1856 by Noble Leslie DeVotie. SAE’s have had more than men initiated that any other fraternity. In fact, Sigma Alpha Epsilon is the largest fraternity organization in the world. International Fraternity, part of the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC).



History of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity
http://nickgray.net/10192002/history.html
http://www.ncsu.edu/stud_orgs/frat_sor/sigma_alpha_epsilon/histor y.htm


History - Excerpt.......


Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded March 9, 1856 at the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. Its eight founders included five seniors. Noble Leslie DeVotie, John Barratt Rudulph, Nathan Elams Cockrell, John Webb Kerr, and Wade Foster, and three juniors, Samuel Marion Dennis, Abner Edwin Patton and Thomas Chappell Cook. Their leader was DeVotie who had written the ritual, devised the grip and chosen the name. The badge was designed by Rudulph. Of all existing fraternities today, Sigma Alpha Epsilon is the only one founded in the ante-bellum South.


Founded in a time of growing and intense sectional feeling, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, although it determined at the outset to extend to other colleges, confined its growth to the southern states. Extension was vigorous, however, and by the end of 1857 the Fraternity counted seven chapters. Its first national convention met in the summer of 1858 at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, with four of its eight chapters in attendance. By the time of the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861, fifteen chapters had been established.


The Fraternity had fewer than four hundred members when the Civil War began. Of those, 369 went to war for the Confederacy and seven fought with the Union forces. Every member of the chapters at Hampden-Sydney, Georgia Military Institute, Kentucky Military Institute an d Oglethorpe University fought for the gray. Members from the Columbian College, William and Mary and Bethel (KY) were in both armies. Seventy members of the Fraternity lost their lives in the War, including Noble Leslie DeVotie, who is officially recorded in the annals of the War as the first man on either side to give his life.


The miracle in the history of Sigma Alpha Epsilon is that it survived that great sectional conflict. when the smoke of the battle had cleared, only one chapter, at tiny Columbian College in Washington, D.C., survived, and it died soon thereafter.


When a few of the young veterans returned to the Georgia Military Institute and found their little college burned to the ground, they decided to go to Athens, Georgia, to enter the state university there. It vas the founding of the University of Georgia chapter at the end of 1865 that led to the Fraternity's revival. Soon other chapters came back to life, and in 1867 the first post-war convention was held at Nashville, Tennessee, where a half dozen revived chapters planned the Fraternity's future growth.


The Reconstruction years were cruel to the South, and southern colleges and their fraternities shared in the general malaise of the region. In the 1870s and early 1880s more than a score of new chapters were formed, some of them in exceedingly frail institutions. Older chapters died as fast as new ones were established. By 1886 the Fraternity had charted 49 chapters, but scarcely a dozen could be called active. Two of the 49 were in the North. After much discussion and not a little dissent, the first northern chapter had been established at Pennsylvania College, now Gettysburg College, in 1883, and a second was placed at Mt. Union College in Ohio two years later.


It was in 1886 that things took a turn for the better. That autumn a 16-year-old youngster by the name of Harry Bunting entered Southwestern Presbyterian University in Clarksville, Tennessee, and was initiated by the young Tennessee Zeta chapter there that had previously initiated two of his brothers. When Sigma Alpha Epsilon took in Harry Bunting, it caught a comet by the tail.


In just eight years, under the enthusiastic guidance of Harry Bunting and his younger brother, George, Sigma Alpha Epsilon experienced a renaissance. Together they prodded Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapters to enlarge their membership; they wrote encouraging articles in the Fraternity's quarterly journal, The Record, promoting better chapter standards; and above all they undertook an almost incredible program of expansion of the Fraternity, resurrecting old chapters in the South (including the mother chapter at Alabama) and founding new ones in the North and West. In an explosion of growth, the Buntings single-handedly were responsible for nearly fifty chapters of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.


In 1904 the Fraternity erected a building at Tuscaloosa, Alabama, as a memorial to Noble Leslie DeVotie and the other seven founders. Later a chapter house was attached to it, and the entire structure served for many years as a home for the original chapter This was replaced in 1953 by a larger structure on a new site and was dedicated at the Fraternity's centennial celebration on March 9, 1956.


The Fraternity's International headquarters is maintained at the Levere Memorial Temple in Evanston Illinois. Honoring all the members of the Fraternity who have served their countries on land or sea or in the air since 1856, it was dedicated on December 28, 1930.



THE RITUAL Excerpt.........http://sae.rso.wisc.edu/ritual.htm


The ritual for Sigma Alpha Epsilon is the tradition and background that has been handed down to the Fraternity's initiates since 1856. This includes its history, written Ritual, insignia and ceremonies. Below is a bit of information on different parts of the Fraternity's ritual.
Written Ritual


The written Ritual is the document that binds all SAE's, living or passed, together. It is the tradition that has started since the Fraternity's founding in 1856, and is passed down to the active members of today. Because of this sacred tradition that exists only between SAE's, the Ritual is a protected tradition.
True Gentleman
"The true gentleman is the man whose conduct proceeds from good will and an acute sense of propriety, and whose self control is equal to all emergencies: who does not make the poor man conscious of his poverty, the obscure man of his obscurity, or any man of his inferiority or deformity; who is himself humbled if necessity compels him to humble another; who does not flatter wealth, cringe before power, or boast of his own possessions or achievements; who speaks with frankness, but always with sincerity and sympathy; whose deed follows his word; who thinks of the rights and feelings of others, rather than his own; and appears well in any company; a man with whom honor is sacred and virtue safe."
-John Walter Wayland


"The True Gentleman"... For almost three-quarters of a century, our Brothers have been guided by these simple but powerful words. They have inspired us in times of discouragement, guided us in times of confusion, humbled us at our moments of great achievement, and bonded us across all distance and time.


In many ways the words penned by John Walter Wayland are Sigma Alpha Epsilon, to members and non-members alike. No other piece of writing captures so completely our intentions and standards; no other works sums up so concisely what we stand for, aspire to, and work toward in everything we do.
National History


In 1856, at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, a young Alabamian named Noble Leslie DeVotie and his seven closest friends founded Sigma Alpha Epsilon. From those humble beginnings Sigma Alpha Epsilon has grown and been through many difficulties. Only five months after the creation of SAE, the University of Alabama abolished fraternities. The original chapter of SAE was forced to disband 18 months later. Fortunately, SAE had expanded to six other colleges in that time. The advent of the Civil War posed a major problem, not only for the expansion of SAE but for its survival as well. Sadly, Noble Leslie DeVotie became the first man to lose his life in the war. Many SAE's followed DeVotie into battle, and SAE's very existence was threatened. Only one chapter remained after the war, but SAE soon recovered and grew stronger. A major part of the rebuilding of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was the decision to expand into northern and western states in 1885. All through the expansion SAE managed to keep it's "Southern Gentleman" values and beliefs intact.




Fraternity pledges seek DeVotie grave


BY SCOOTER MAC MILLAN


Staff Writer


On Saturday, 19 members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity chapter from Georgia Southern University planted a willow oak at the grave of Noble Leslie DeVotie in Linwood Cemetery.
http://www.ledger-enquirer.com/mld/ledgerenquirer/news/local/1100 2691.htm



A County Older Than the State–Baldwin County


Third oldest county in Alabama. Created in 1809 while still part of Mississippi Territory. Named for Abraham Baldwin (1754-1807), founder of the University of Georgia, delegate to the Constitutional Convention, member of Congress, 1789-1807. This county once lay west of the Tombigbee River; but, after series of boundary changes, it now lies east of the Mobile and Alabama Rivers. County seat at Bay Minette since 1901; earlier seats at McIntosh Bluff, Blakely, and Daphne. It has long been a center of conflicting claims: by Spain, France, and England; by royal governors of Florida, Louisiana, Carolina, Georgia, and West Florida until the Mississippi Territory formed in 1798 and from it, the Alabama Territory in 1817. In struggle for control of the Southeast, many armies have camped in this area: 1528–Narvez, Spanish conquistador 1588–DeLuna, Spanish colonizer 1719–Bienville, French colonizer 1780–Galvez, Spanish conqueror 1813–Red Eagle, Indian revolter 1814–Jackson, American defender 1815–Packenham, British invader 1864–Maury, Confederate defender 1865–Canby, Federal invader.


Confederate Rest Cemetery


The Grand Hotel and the Gunnison House served as a hospital for wounded Confederate soldiers from the Battle of Vicksberg during the Civil War. The Confederate Rest Cemetery commemorates more than 300 Confederate soldiers who died while in the hospital. The original tract of seven acres included markers erected to the Unknown Confederate Dead. The records of the soldiers were kept in the hotel until a fire in 1869, when the identities of those buried in Confederate Rest were lost.




Samuel Marion Dennis


Samuel Marion Dennis was born in Richmond, Alabama on December 24, 1834. In his senior year at college he attended Princeton University from which he graduated in 1857. He studied law and located to Columbus, Texas. At the outbreak of the Civil War, he joined "Terry's Texas Rangers" and served in Company K, Eighth Texas Calvary. He was captured by Union soldiers near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, placed on a steamboat and sent northward to Saint Louis and confined in a military prison. He had to remain in his wet clothes which caused him to contract pneumonia and soon after caused his death on January 28, 1863.




Wade Foster was born on March 7, 1838, in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. He graduated from the
University of Alabama in 1856, and went to Starkville, Mississippi, to become principle of the local
high school. On November 11, 1857, he married Sara Bell in Starkville and in 1860 moved to DeSoto
Parish, Louisiana, where he began his life of a cotton planter. During the Civil War he was a private in
Company D, Second Alabama Calvary, under General Forrest in Ferguson's Brigade. His company
surrendered at Washington, Georgia, while acting as escort for Jefferson Davis. After the war he
engaged in business in Marshall, Texas, and died there February 15, 1867.




Abner Edwin Patton was born in Knoxville, Alabama on September 14, 1835. He entered the
University of Alabama on October 4, 1854, and graduated in 1857. At the Fraternity's first meeting he
was elected president of the chapter. He entered the confederate Army as a private with the Eleventh
Alabama regiment in the Army of Virginia, where he was adjutant of the regiment. He was mortally
wounded at the battle of Gaines Mill, July 13, 1863, and died in a hospital in Richmond, VA, where he
was buried.




Thomas Chappell Cook was born in Fairfield, Alabama on September 19, 1836. He entered the
University of Alabama on October 5, 1853, and remained there until January 1, 1856. Later he attended Princeton
University and graduated with a degree in medicine from the University of Pennsylvania in 1859. At
the outbreak of the Civil War, he enlisted in the 1st Texas heavy artillery. After the war, he returned to
Weimar, Texas. He was a member of the 19th Legislature of Texas in 1885-1886 and was Couty
Physician of Colorado County, Texas. President Cleveland appointed him medical examiner of the
U.S. Army and Navy from 1889-1893. He died at Weimar, Texas on February 18, 1906.





Nathan Elams Cockrell was born in Livingston, Alabama on September 27, 1833. He entered the
University of Alabama in 1854 and graduated July 18, 1856. He managed his father's plantation and later became
editor of the Livingston Messenger. He was the first founder to die - June 3, 1859 - and is buried in
Sumterville, Alabama.




John Barratt Rudulph was born in Benton, Alabama on October 10, 1837. He graduated in from the
University of Alabama in 1856 and married Miss Virginia Blount on July 2, 1856. He was a delegate to
the state convention of 1861, known as the seccessionist convention of Alabama. He enlisted as
captain of the 10th Alabama regiment calvary in 1862 and rose to the rank of Major and later Colonel.
He lost his left arm at the battle of New Hope Church on May 27, 1864. After the war was over he
moved to Pleasant Hill, Alabama, where he was Justice of the Peace for Dallas County, Alabama, and
Tax Assessor during 1890-92. He became president and also a trustee of the Pleasant Hill Academy.
He attended the Atlanta Convention in 1906 and the Atlantic City Convention in 1909. He died in
Pleasant Hill, Alabama on April 13, 1910, and was buried there.




John Webb Kerr was born on March 7, 1835, in Greensboro, Alabama. He enrolled at the University of
Alabama on October 19, 1852. He was elected first secretary of the Fraternity. After graduation in 1856 he began
studying law in the office of Chief Justice Peck of Alabama. In the fall of that year he entered the law
department of Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee. He left there shortly after and entered
Harvard Law School where he received his L.L.B. in 1858. He died in St. Louis, Missouri, September 14, 1898.



Lauren Foreman and John O. Moseley provided strong leadership through the following years. Moseley, a professor, philosopher and former Rhodes Scholar, began the Leadership School, a fine tradition of the fraternity that exists today.


http://www.kentuckykappa.com/hist.htm


In 1828, Edward Lloyd Thomas and his son Truman were surveying land in West Central Georgia for what would become Columbus, Georgia. Working in the harsh conditions of the winter of 1827 - 1828, Truman became ill in March. Suffering for over a week, Truman passed away on March 26, 1828. The next day, Edward buried his son. The following month, Edward surveyed the four acres surrounding the grave of his son for use as a cemetery for Columbus.


Located behind the Old City Hospital, now the Medical Center, Linwood Cemetery was included in the 1828 plan of Columbus, Georgia as the first public cemetery. Known as the 'City Cemetery", Linwood did not receive its current name until City Council action on November 7, 1894. Rich in tradition and history, Linwood is the final resting-place for some 500 Confederate soldiers, sailors, Columbus Guard and Columbus Artillery as well as several nationally notable persons. Linwood Cemetery is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Columbus, Georgia is the site of the last Civil War land battle east of the Mississippi River. On Easter Sunday, April 16, 1865 (a week after the Surrender at Appomattox), Wilson's Federal Raiders, being 4,000 strong, overran a Confederate entrenchment over a mile long in Alabama, crossed the Chattahoochee River entering Georgia and captured Columbus.


1860 Census: Selma, Alabama
Name: N L Devotie
Age in 1860: 22
Birthplace: Alabama
Home in 1860: Selma, Dallas, Alabama
Gender: Female
Value of real estate:
Post Office: Selma
Roll: M653_8 Page: 840 Year: 1860
Head of Household: W B Milton



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Margaret "Maggie" Brown HILL

18 Jan 1860 - 12 Feb 1900

ID Number: I24653

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 18 Jan 1860, Amherst Co. VA
  • DEATH: 12 Feb 1900, Amherst Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S611]
Father: William R. HILL
Mother: Margaret M. BROWN


Family 1 : Fletcher Hargrove HIGGINBOTHAM
  1.  Mabel Christine HIGGINBOTHAM
  2.  Esley Myers HIGGINBOTHAM
  3.  James Henry HIGGINBOTHAM
  4.  Cyrie Paxton HIGGINBOTHAM
  5.  Cyrus HIGGINBOTHAM
  6.  Charlotte Elizabeth HIGGINBOTHAM
  7.  Samuel Claudie HIGGINBOTHAM
  8.  Emma Rose HIGGINBOTHAM
  9.  Sidney Fletcher HIGGINBOTHAM
  10.  Mary Lou HIGGINBOTHAM
  11.  Brown Hill HIGGINBOTHAM

                                                                  __
                                                                 |  
                       __________________________________________|
                      |                                          |
                      |                                          |__
                      |                                             
 _William R. HILL ____|
| (1830 - 1894) m 1860|
|                     |                                           __
|                     |                                          |  
|                     |__________________________________________|
|                                                                |
|                                                                |__
|                                                                   
|
|--Margaret "Maggie" Brown HILL 
|  (1860 - 1900)
|                                                                 __
|                                                                |  
|                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) BROWN of Amherst Co. VA_|
|                     |                                          |
|                     |                                          |__
|                     |                                             
|_Margaret M. BROWN __|
  (1830 - ....) m 1860|
                      |                                           __
                      |                                          |  
                      |__________________________________________|
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Rebecca HUGHES

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I3867

  • RESIDENCE: VA and Andrew, MO
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S828]

Family 1 : Abraham ABSHIRE
  1. +Amelia Christina ABSHIRE

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Mary HUMPHREY

13 Feb 1785 - 16 Jan 1847

ID Number: I72632

  • RESIDENCE: Fauquier Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 13 Feb 1785, Virginia
  • DEATH: 16 Jan 1847, Fauquier Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio ID 72634 [S2772]

Family 1 : Isaac SETTLE
  1. +Abner Humphrey SETTLE

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Edward JAQUELIN

1716 - 1734

ID Number: I56711

  • RESIDENCE: Jamestown, VA
  • BIRTH: 1716, Jamestown, Virginia
  • DEATH: 1734, Jamestown, Virginia
  • BURIAL: Jamestown, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2066]
Father: Edward JAQUELIN "the Immigrant"
Mother: Martha CARY


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single. d.s.p.

                                                         _________________________________
                                                        |                                 
                                   _John JAQUELIN ______|
                                  | (1640 - ....)       |
                                  |                     |_________________________________
                                  |                                                       
 _Edward JAQUELIN "the Immigrant"_|
| (1668 - 1730) m 1706            |
|                                 |                      _________________________________
|                                 |                     |                                 
|                                 |_Elizabeth CRADDOCK _|
|                                   (1640 - ....)       |
|                                                       |_________________________________
|                                                                                         
|
|--Edward JAQUELIN 
|  (1716 - 1734)
|                                                        _Miles CARY Esq. "the Immigrant"_+
|                                                       | (1622 - 1667) m 1645            
|                                  _William CARY I______|
|                                 | (1657 - 1713)       |
|                                 |                     |_Anne TAYLOR ____________________+
|                                 |                       (1621 - 1656) m 1645            
|_Martha CARY ____________________|
  (1686 - 1738) m 1706            |
                                  |                      _John SCARBROOKE ________________
                                  |                     | (1625 - ....)                   
                                  |_Martha SCARBROOKE __|
                                    (1660 - ....)       |
                                                        |_Mary MARTIAN (MARTIAU) _________+
                                                          (1624 - ....)                   

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James Nathaniel MCCANTS

ABT 1809 - young

ID Number: I291

  • RESIDENCE: Charleston Dist. SC
  • DEATH: young
  • BIRTH: ABT 1809
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S446] [S540]
Father: David Scott MCCANTS
Mother: Jane MCNISH


Notes


Family tradition is that he was born enroute from South Carolina to Louisiana.

                                              _James MCCANTS Esq.___+
                                             | (1713 - 1772) m 1740 
                        _Nathaniel MCCANTS __|
                       | (1745 - 1816) m 1766|
                       |                     |_Agnes MCNEALY _______+
                       |                       (1725 - 1760) m 1740 
 _David Scott MCCANTS _|
| (1781 - 1864) m 1803 |
|                      |                      _John James GOTEA I___+
|                      |                     | (1720 - 1807)        
|                      |_Elizabeth GOTEA ____|
|                        (1745 - 1824) m 1766|
|                                            |_Elizabeth MCCONNELL _+
|                                              (1730 - ....)        
|
|--James Nathaniel MCCANTS 
|  (1809 - ....)
|                                             _John MCNISH I________+
|                                            | (1720 - 1748)        
|                       _James MCNISH _______|
|                      | (1743 - ....)       |
|                      |                     |_Margaret ALEXANDER? _
|                      |                       (1720 - ....)        
|_Jane MCNISH _________|
  (1780 - 1837) m 1803 |
                       |                      ______________________
                       |                     |                      
                       |_____________________|
                                             |
                                             |______________________
                                                                    

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[S446]

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RICHARD MONTAGU

ABT 1450 - ____

ID Number: I41173

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1450
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: WILLIAM MONTAGU
Mother: MARY BUTLINE


Family 1 : AGNES KNOTT
  1. +THOMAS MONTAGU

                                             _THOMAS MONTAGU _____+
                                            | (1370 - ....)       
                       _JOHN MONTAGU _______|
                      | (1400 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_CHRISTIAN BASSETT __
                      |                       (1370 - ....)       
 _WILLIAM MONTAGU ____|
| (1420 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_ALICE HALCOT _______|
|                       (1400 - ....)       |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--RICHARD MONTAGU 
|  (1450 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_MARY BUTLINE _______|
  (1420 - ....)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Hosea PHILLIPS

2 May 1781 - ____

ID Number: I37257

  • RESIDENCE: Pittson and Exeter Twps and Abington, PA
  • BIRTH: 2 May 1781
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1360]
Father: John PHILLIPS
Mother: Mary CHAMBERLAIN



                                                    _John PHILLIPS ________
                                                   | (1696 - ....) m 1719  
                       _Francis PHILLIPS __________|
                      | (1720 - 1788)              |
                      |                            |_Sarah WEST ___________+
                      |                              (1700 - 1747) m 1719  
 _John PHILLIPS ______|
| (1751 - 1846) m 1771|
|                     |                             _Arthur AYLESWORTH Jr._+
|                     |                            | (1683 - 1761) m 1704  
|                     |_Demis (Dimmis) AYLESWORTH _|
|                       (1725 - 1761)              |
|                                                  |_Mary FRANKLIN ________
|                                                    (1684 - 1761) m 1704  
|
|--Hosea PHILLIPS 
|  (1781 - ....)
|                                                   _______________________
|                                                  |                       
|                      _Joseph CHAMBERLAIN ________|
|                     | (1720 - 1761) m 1740       |
|                     |                            |_______________________
|                     |                                                    
|_Mary CHAMBERLAIN ___|
  (1744 - 1815) m 1771|
                      |                             _______________________
                      |                            |                       
                      |_Hannah NEWTON _____________|
                        (1720 - ....) m 1740       |
                                                   |_______________________
                                                                           

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Frances RUST

ABT 1739 - ____

ID Number: I85236

  • RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1739, Westmoreland Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3152]
Father: Mathew RUST
Mother: Frances GARLAND



                                             _William RUST "the Immigrant"_
                                            | (1634 - 1699) m 1662         
                       _Samuel RUST ________|
                      | (1665 - 1715) m 1690|
                      |                     |_Ann METCALFE ________________+
                      |                       (1642 - 1699) m 1662         
 _Mathew RUST ________|
| (1697 - 1751) m 1739|
|                     |                      _John GARNER "the Immigrant"__
|                     |                     | (1633 - 1712)                
|                     |_Martha GARNER ______|
|                       (1676 - 1726) m 1690|
|                                           |_Susannah KEENE ______________+
|                                             (1634 - 1716)                
|
|--Frances RUST 
|  (1739 - ....)
|                                            ______________________________
|                                           |                              
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |______________________________
|                     |                                                    
|_Frances GARLAND ____|
  (1696 - 1761) m 1739|
                      |                      ______________________________
                      |                     |                              
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |______________________________
                                                                           

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Lt. Edmund Pendleton TAYLOR C.S.A.

2 Nov 1822 - 21 Sep 1880

ID Number: I33936

  • TITLE: Lt.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. VMI Graduate; farmer
  • RESIDENCE: Port Royal, Caroline and Richmond, VA
  • BIRTH: 2 Nov 1822, Liberty Hill, Caroline Co. Virginia [S2478]
  • DEATH: 21 Sep 1880, Richmond, Virginia [S2478]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S662] [S2246] [S2478]
Father: John TAYLOR Jr.
Mother: Lucy Gregory WOODFORD


Family 1 : Susan Morris DABNEY
  1.  Blair Dabney TAYLOR M.D.
  2.  Lucy Woodford TAYLOR
  3.  Annie Montgomery TAYLOR
  4.  Elizabeth Lewis "Bessie" TAYLOR
  5.  John TAYLOR
  6.  Edmund or Edward TAYLOR
  7.  Caroline May "Carrie" TAYLOR
  8.  Agatha TAYLOR
  9.  Susan TAYLOR
  10.  William Oliver TAYLOR
  11.  Maria Jalluhah TAYLOR

Notes


"Taylor, Edmund. b. 1822 Caroline Co., VA; d. 1881 Richmond, VA; John Taylor and Lucy Gregory Woodford; graduate; Civil War- Lt. CSA; farmer; married 1845 Susan Morris Dabney (1827-1918)."


iii. Edmund, m 1845, Susan Moris, b. 1827; dau. of John Blair and Eliz'h Lewis (Towles) Dabney (Dabney Fam. of Va., 109, 114.)



Children:


[S2478] [S2246]

[523572]
or Liberty Hill, Caroline Co. VA


                                                    _James TAYLOR ________________+
                                                   | (1729 - 1756) m 1750         
                          _John TAYLOR of Caroline_|
                         | (1753 - 1824) m 1783    |
                         |                         |_Anne POLLARD ________________+
                         |                           (1732 - 1815) m 1750         
 _John TAYLOR Jr.________|
| (1810 - ....)          |
|                        |                          _John PENN "The Signer" of NC_+
|                        |                         | (1741 - 1787) m 1763         
|                        |_Lucy M. PENN ___________|
|                          (1764 - 1831) m 1783    |
|                                                  |_Susannah LYNE _______________+
|                                                    (1740 - ....) m 1763         
|
|--Edmund Pendleton TAYLOR C.S.A.
|  (1822 - 1880)
|                                                   _William WOODFORD ____________+
|                                                  | (1734 - 1780) m 1763         
|                         _John Thornton WOODFORD _|
|                        | (1763 - 1845) m 1786    |
|                        |                         |_Mary THORNTON _______________+
|                        |                           (1744 - ....) m 1763         
|_Lucy Gregory WOODFORD _|
  (1800 - ....)          |
                         |                          _Walker TALIAFERRO ___________
                         |                         | (1733 - ....) m 1755         
                         |_Mary Turner TALIAFERRO _|
                           (1772 - 1828) m 1786    |
                                                   |_Sarah TURNER ________________
                                                     (1733 - ....) m 1755         

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[S2478]

[S662]

[S2246]

[S2478]

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Martha Helen WORK


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