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Margaret Calvert

F, ID# 747, (1661 - 1687)
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Father*Thomas Calvert b. 11 Apr 1617, d. bt 15 Mar 1685 - 17 Dec 1686
Mother*Jane Glasford b. 6 Oct 1628

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     Margaret Calvert Margaret Calvert on the Lion of Liverpool, 1683

It appears pretty certain that Margaret Calvert, sister to Anne, second wife of Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr., and soon-to-be wife, herself of Valentine's son Thomas Hollingsworth (not a son of Anne Calvert, of course), sailed out of Dublin, Ireland, and landed in Philadelphia 14th day of 8th month (October) 1683. The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, Vol. 24, p. 93, note 88, shows 'Margaret Colvert (sic), late of Dublin came in ditto ship,' that is, the Lion of Liverpool. As many of you know, Henry Hollingsworth, son of Valentine, was also aboard that ship as an indentured servant. Margaret had seemingly paid for her passage. Her name is not in the servants' column. She was born on 24 June 1661 in Killurigan, Sego, Armagh,Ireland.1,2 She was the daughter of Thomas Calvert and Jane Glasford.
     In 1684, Margaret Calvert married Thomas Hollingsworth, son of Valentine Hollingsworth and Ann Ree, in.2
     Margaret Calvert died on 1 August 1687 in in Rockland Manor, New Castle, Delaware, at the age of 26.1
     Margaret was buried on Sunday, 3 August 1687 in New Castle, New Castle, Delaware.

Child of Margaret Calvert and Thomas Hollingsworth

Citations

  1. [S34] Various, World Family Tree Vol. 1, Ed. 1., CD-ROM (California: Brøderbund Software, Inc., Release date: November 29, 1995), Ed. 1 World Family Tree Vol. 1, Tree #3121. Hereinafter cited as WFT Vol. I.
  2. [S920] Sandra Hill Sheffield, compiler, "Ancestral File (TM) Isaac Hollingsworth"; viewed online 8 May 2005, Ancestral File Family History Library (FHL), 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File (TM) Isaac Hollingsworth". Viewed online <http://www.familysearch.org> on June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998.

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Thomas Calvert

M, ID# 1378, (1617 - between 1685 and 1686)
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Father*John Calvert b. 1580
Mother*Grace (Unknown) b. 1595

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     Thomas Calvert was born on 11 April 1617 in Lygasory, Lurgan, Armagh, Ireland.1 He was the son of John Calvert and Grace (Unknown).
     On 11 November 1647, Thomas Calvert married Jane Glasford, daughter of Hugh Glasford and Margaret (Unknown), in Lurgan, Armagh.2,3,4
     Thomas Calvert died between 15 March 1685 and 17 December 1686 in New Castle County, Delaware.2,4

Children of Thomas Calvert and Jane Glasford

Citations

  1. [S871] Various, compiler, "Ancestal File - John CALVERT"; Ancestral File Family History Library (FHL), 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Hereinafter cited as "AF - John Calvert". Viewed online http://www.familysearch.org on 11 April 2005.
  2. [S1079] Philadelphia County Pennsylvania Register of Wills Will Book A - B, 1682-1706: Philadelphia county will book A pages 30-32., Family History Library (FHL) Microfilm publication #21721 Items 2 - 3, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Hereinafter cited as Philadelphia Cnty PA Will Book.
  3. [S100] UNKNOWN author, Hollingsworth Register (n.p.: n.pub. ).
  4. [S507] "Ancestral File (TM)"; Ancestral File Family History Library (FHL), 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File (TM)". Viewed online on June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998.

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William Calvert

M, ID# 1390, (1554 - )
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     William Calvert was born in 1554 in Skelton, Yorkshire England, his parents were residing at Great Moorsom.1
     In 1579, William Calvert married Elizabeth (Unknown) in Yorkshire County.1

Child of William Calvert and Elizabeth (Unknown)

Citations

  1. [S507] "Ancestral File (TM)"; Ancestral File Family History Library (FHL), 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File (TM)". Viewed online on June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998.

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(Unknown) Cameron1

M, ID# 4537
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     (Unknown) Cameron married Ruth Trim, daughter of Ezra Trim and Rosannah (Unknown), in.1

Family: (Unknown) Cameron and Ruth Trim

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  1. [S1018] National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage application of Ezra Trim, National Number 641992, Mrs. Norma L. Campbell McCarrell.

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Polly "Sally" Campbell1

F, ID# 2116, (1803 - 1847)
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     Polly "Sally" Campbell was born on 28 October 1803 in Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut.2
     On 16 October 1822, Polly "Sally" Campbell married Stephen Van Rensselaer Wilbur, son of Thomas Willbur and Abigail Salmon, in Kent, Litchfield County, Connecticut by Birdsey Beardsley, Justice of the Peace.1,3 Stephen and Polly had seven children.4
     Polly Wilbur, was probably included as a white female, age thirty to thirty-nine years old, in Stephen Van Rensselaer Wilbur's household on the 1830 Census enumerated in Erin, Tioga, New York.5
     Polly Wilbur, was probably included as a white female, age thirty to thirty-nine years old, in Stephen Van Rensselaer Wilbur's household on the 1840 Census enumerated in Veteran, Chemung, New York. Also enumerated on this page are the families of Abijah Wilber and Lockhart Wilber. (Are they related?)6
     Polly Wilbur died on 2 April 1847 in Elmira, Chemung, New York, at the age of 43.1,2
     Polly was buried in the Newton Cemetery, located in Veteran, Chemung County, New York . Wife of Stephen V. WILBUR; no dates on tombstone. Her son, Jerome, is said to be buried here also.7

Children of Polly "Sally" Campbell and Stephen Van Rensselaer Wilbur

Citations

  1. [S172] Letter from Gary Sides to Ginni Morey; Gary Sides, Dakota County Historian (Box 219, Dakota City, Dakota, Nebraska), email message received 2 Mar 2001.
  2. [S141] George Wilbur, compiler, Genealogy of the Wilburs of Northeast Nebraska (Laguna Beach California: privately printed by request, 1956), page 32 of the Stephen V. Wilbur lineage. Hereinafter cited as Wilburs of Northeast Nebraska.
  3. [S287] Compiled by Lorraine Cook White, "Marriage Records," Barbour collection : Connecticut vital records prior to 1850, (Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co, 1999), Marriage of Stephen V. Wilbur and Polly Campbell, Volume 2, page 146 ½, Family History Film [FHL] #2934. Hereinafter cited as "Kent Vital Records."
  4. [S637] Stephen Van Rensselaer Wilbur Obituary, Wayne Herald, Wayne, Wayne County, Nebraska, 17 April 1884. Hereinafter cited as Obit Stephen Wilbur.
  5. [S673] 1830 US Census population schedule, Tioga County, New York, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archives Micropublication Series M19, roll 109 , Stephen Wilbur household, township of Erin, page 163.
  6. [S293] 1840 Population Schedule, Chemung County, New York, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archives Micropublication Series M704, Roll , Stephen V. Wilbur Household, page 309 / 246.
  7. [S671] Deborah M. VAN HOOK Park, Transcriber, "Newton Cem Chemung Cnty NY," Tri-Counties Genealogy & History Sites, online <http://www.rootsweb.com/~nychemun/cemetery/newton2c.htm>, Joyce Tice, webmaster, last modified 27 Jul 1999, viewed 25 Jul 2003 by Ginni Morey. Hereinafter cited as Newton Cemetery, Veteran, Chemung County, New York. The Newton Cemetery is located in the Town of Veteran, Chemung County, New York. It is situated two miles east of Sullivanville on the west side of County Route 15. It is also known as the Van Duzen, East Sullivanville or Sand Bank Cemetery. Variations in.
  8. [S272] 26 Sep 1850 population schedule, Veteran, Chemung, NY, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archives Micropublication Series M432, roll 486 , Albert Parrott household,.
  9. [S353] Sharon Archer and Sharon Newman. Sherry Nichols, Typist, "Death records recorded for Elmira, NY for the years 1867-1881," Tri-Counties Genealogy & History Sites, online <http://www.rootsweb.com/~nychemun/census/deathsw2.htm>, Joyce Tice, webmaster, last modified 17 Jun 2001, viewed 21 Oct 2003 by G. Morey. Hereinafter cited as Death records Elmira, NY.

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