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bullet Jack Warren DAY JR. (20) has Ancestral File number 17Z3-XQ.

Children were: Jennifer Louise DAY TWIN, Jonathan Warren DAY TWIN, Kristy Ann DAY, Angela Diane DAY.

 


bulletJennifer Louise DAY TWIN(20) has Ancestral File number 6LCG-NX. Parents: Jack Warren DAY JR. and Vicky Jane THORPE.

 


bullet Jonathan Warren DAY TWIN(20) has Ancestral File number 6LCG-P4. Parents: Jack Warren DAY JR. and Vicky Jane THORPE.

 


bullet Joseph F DAY(2)

He was married to Margaret Leah Eleanor DUGGAN.

 


bullet Kristy Ann DAY(20) has Ancestral File number 6LCG-Q9. Parents: Jack Warren DAY JR. and Vicky Jane THORPE.

 


bullet Vivian DAYLEY (Private).

 


bulletLouis DE BOIS(5) (6)(4) (2) was christened on Oct 21 1626 in Catholic Church, Wicres, Artois, France. He was born on Oct 28 1626 in Wicres Church, Lille, France. He died on Jun 23 1693 in Kingston, Ulster, New York. He was buried in 1St Dutch Ch Cem, Kingston, Ulster, New York. He has Ancestral File number 1JKL-6NJ. Parents: Cretien Christian Chretien DUBOIS and Jeanne Masic BRUNEL.

He was married to Catharine BLANSHAN (CHAN) on Oct 10 1655 in French Prot Chr., Mannheim, Die Pfalz, Ger. Palatinate.

 


bullet Henry DE BOLT

He was married to Ann MIKESELL on Apr 14 1844.

 


bullet James Michael DE BUSK (Private).

Children were: Karen Elizabeth DE BUSK, Kathrine Ellen DE BUSK.

 


bulletKaren Elizabeth DE BUSK (Private). Parents: James Michael DE BUSK and Jane Ellen HART.

 


bullet Kathrine Ellen DE BUSK (Private). Parents: James Michael DE BUSK and Jane Ellen HART.

 


bullet Frances D'Hamel DE DOUVRIN(5) (206)(4) (2) was born in 1600 in , Bordeaux, France. She has Ancestral File number GQMP-BK.

She was married to General Louis DE REYNAUD in 1630 in , , France. Children were: Louis DE REYNAUD, Benjamin DE REYNAUD, Peter Louis De REYNAUD.

 


bullet Sir Thomas DE GAMAGE was born about 1420 in England. Parents: Sir William DE GAMAGE and Lady Mary DE REDBURG .

Children were: Lady Joan GAMAGE.

 


bulletSir William DE GAMAGE(268) was born about 1397 in England.

He was married to Lady Mary DE REDBURG . Children were: Sir Thomas DE GAMAGE.

 


bullet Anne DE LA CROIX(5) (206)(4) (2) was born about 1640 in France. She died in 1695. She has Ancestral File number 157D-F67.

She was married to Louis DE REYNAUD about 1660 in , , France. Children were: Francis REYNAUD, Marie REYNAUD, Sarah REYNAUD, Lewis RENO.

 


bullet Lady Mary DE REDBURG was born about 1400 in England.

She was married to Sir William DE GAMAGE. Children were: Sir Thomas DE GAMAGE.

 


bullet Benjamin DE REYNAUD(5) (2) was born between 1631 and 1640 in Chaillot, Paris, France. He died after Apr 1712 in Currituck, NC. 

Parents: General Louis DE REYNAUD and Frances D'Hamel DE DOUVRIN.

He was married to Mary CARTIER before 1667 in France. Children were: Marianne REYNAUD, Mary REYNAUD, Olympia REYNAUD, Moses Morgan REYNAUD.

Benjamin Reynaud came to Stafford County, Virginia in 1688 with his brother Lewis, as documented by the following registration of his Letter of Denization in Stafford County records: "I Nicholas Hayward Notary and Tabellion Public dwelling in London Admitted and Sworne doe hereby certifie and attest unto all whom it may concern that I have seen and perused certain Letters Patent of Denization Granted by our Soveraigne Lord King James ye second under ye broad seal of England Dated ye 31 day of March in ye fourth year of his said Majestys Reign wherein amongst others is inserted ye name of Benjamin Reynaud and Mary his wife who though born beyond seas are made his Majestys Leige Subjects and to be held reputed and taken as born in this Kingdom of England and may as such purchase buy sell and dispose of lands tenements and hereditaments in this Kingdom or any other of his Majestys dominions as freely peaceably and Entirely as any Subject born in this Kingdom and if ye said Benjamin Reynaud and Mary his wife by virtue of ye said Letters Patent are to pay Customs and Duties for their goods only as natives doe or ought to doe and to Enjoy all Liberties Privileges and Franchises of Subjects born in this Kingdom without any disturbance Impediment or molestation as by said Patent relacon being thereunto had may more at large appear of all which act being required of me ye said Notary I have Granted these presents to serve and avail ye said Benjamin Reynaud and Mary his wife in tyme and place convenient. London ye 5th of April 1688. In testimonium Veritatis Signo meo Manual Solito signavi et tabellionatus mei Sigillum apposui Rogatus. [signed] Nicholas Hayward, Notary Public." Recorded in ye County Court Records of Stafford this 2nd day of October 1688.

He probably came on the same ship with his brother Lewis and his family, since they were mentioned at the same time in the bounty award to Nicolas Hayward dated September 8, 1687 while there were still in England: "To Nichlos Hayward notary for ye passage to Virginia of Lewis Reynaud, Anne his wife, Francis, Lewis, Mary and Sara Reynaud their children, and Benjamin Reynaud, Mary his wife, Marianne and Mary their children, and John de la Chaumette, granted 33 pounds", and appeared in Stafford County record books at the same time.
About 1695 Benjamin Reynaud left Stafford County and settled in the Currituck Precinct in North Carolina, just south of the Virginia border. There is a listing in the North Carolina land grants, Book 1, p. 88, "Benjamin Reynaud, precinct of Currituck, File No. 3: 300 acres adjoining the beaverdam, Edward Warren, Thomas Tull's Creek, and the Norwest River, February 28, 1696." This is located just a few miles south of the mouth of the James River in Virginia. His letter of Denization was recorded in the Carolina general Court in July 1698 (North Carolina Higher Court Minutes, 1709-1723; The Colonial Records of North Carolina, 2nd Series, V. 3, p.227, 1977). The Currituck, NC "Book of Warrants and Surveys, 1681-1706" has a land claim entry for Benjamin Reynaud, 300 acres adjoining Edward Warren, and mentions Benjamin Reynaud, Mary his wife, Olimpa, Morgan and Mary his children. I have viewed a copy of an original land survey document from 1696 that reads "To survey and lay out for Benjamin Reynaud 300 acres of land Due &c. and returne &c. Dat. ye. 10th day of October 1696."... "Benjamin Reynaud, Mary his wife, Morgan Olimpee Mary their children One Negro.". Later in the same document it reads "Wm. Earle of Craven Palatine to all to whom... Know ye. according to our great deed Doe hereby give and grant unto Benjamin Reynaud a tract of land qt. three hundred acres lying in Couratuck Prct. in the County aforesaid (Albemarle), Beginning at a White Gum standing on the beavor dam that parts this land from the land of Edward Warren and runing downe the said Beavor dam to Thomas Tulls Creeke then down the said Creeke by various Courses to Norwest River then up the said River by various Courses to the black Gum thence S.West 112 po. to the first station that said land being due to have and to hold... Dated the 25th day of February 1696. For the importacon of Benj Reynaud Mary his wife Olimpa Morgan and Mary their children One Negro." The name Morgan is clearly written and could not actually be Moses. However, it is assumed that Morgan and Moses are the same son; otherwise, based on information in his will and other documents, Morgan would have to be a girl, and Moses would have been born after 1696, which would make him only 15 or 16 in 1712 when his father "set him free" to be an adult. Benjamin's name also appears in Currituck County court records for July 20, 1697 which reads "Whereas Complaint hath bin made unto me by Benjamin Reynaud that John Bennett refuseth pay for A Cow allready received..." (Higher Court Minutes, Vol. 3, p.201).

On April 8, 1712, Benjamin Reynaud wrote his will and left all his possessions to his son Moses and a daughter. His wife Mary must have died before 1712. Moses was not mentioned in the 1667 document, and in his father's 1712 will he was set free and allowed to be of age 18, so he was probably born about 1693-1694. J. C. Reneau, in a 1989 article "Origin of the surname Reneau/Renno/Reno in Virginia", Virginia Genealogist, 33(2):122-127, says that Benjamin's will mentions daughters Elizabeth Bond and Susannah Robinson, and Henry and Luke Grace, who are thought to be his stepsons, but further research shows that these were not his daughters. J. C. Reneau obtained the information from p.71 of the North Carolina History and Genealogy Register, which says "Benjamin Reynaud of Currituck. April 8, 1712; son Moses, son and daughter, Susanna Robinson, April 30, 1709; daughter Elizabeth Bond, son Henry Grace, son Luke Grace, son Henry Grace". I have checked the original records and found that Elizabeth Bond and Susannah Robinson were from different families, but because they appeared on the same page with Reynaud records, the NC History and Genealogy Register made an error by assuming they were the same family. It is not clear whether the daughters Mary and Marianne mentioned in his Letter of Denization were still alive when he prepared his will. In any event, more research needs to be done to determine the names of his children and their fate.

His will, written in his own hand, reads: "In the name of God Amen, the eighth day of Aprill in the year of our Lord 1712. I Benjamin Reynaud of Coritoke precinct in North Carolina, I therefore calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to dye, Doe make and ordaine this my last will and testament, that is to say principally first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hand of God that gave it, hoping through the merits death and passion of my saviour Jesus Christ to have his free pardon and foregiveness of all my sins and to inherit everlasting life-giving body I commit to the earth nothing doubting his act of general resurrection. I shall receive of same again by almighty power of God and such mortality state wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this life I give demise and dispose of the same in the following manner and ordain all my debts to be carefully paid out of my stock hogs and cattle, and do set free my beloved son Moses Reynaud and allow him to be of age. Likewise I constitute make and ordaine my only and sole executor of this my last will and testament and I give him all my lands and houses and household goods and caneeds? and other goods property only to him and I give my hogs and cattle and sheep to be equally divided between my son and daughter after my debts are truely paid. This is my last will and testament in witness wherof I have here unto made my hand and seal the day it was above written. Benjamin Reynaud". Witnesses were Joseph Walker, Rosmus Hersleff, Daniel Rice. (North Carolina Secretary of State Wills, 1712-1722, S.S. 875, page 24).


bullet General Louis DE REYNAUD(5) (206)(4) (2) was born in 1600 in Angoumois, Bordeaux, France. He died in 1665 in Chaillot, Paris, France. He married FRANCES D'HAMEL DE DOUVRIN Abt. 1630 in France. She was born Abt. 1600 in Bordeaux region, France.  He has Ancestral File number GQMP-9D. 

 Children were: Louis DE REYNAUD , Benjamin DE REYNAUD, Peter Louis De REYNAUD.

The origin of the Reno family in America can be traced to religious events in their home country of France which culminated in the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685. This Edict had allowed the French Protestants, which were later known as Huguenots, to live relatively free of religious persecution, but persecution of the Huguenots began immediately upon its revocation. Between 1685 and 1700, an estimated 400,000 French Huguenots were driven into exile. It was forbidden, under threat of death or imprisonment as a galley slave, for the Huguenots to leave France, so most who escaped took only what they could carry. Many went to England where they took out letters of Denization which permitted them to remain and to hold land in England or its colonies. 

Most of the Reno family in America can be traced to Louis Reynaud, a Huguenot and native of Angoumois in the Bordeaux region of France. He entered the military service of the Duc de Crequy whose domains included the area around Bordeaux as well as other extensive fiefs in the north of France around the Pax de Calais. (source: The Reno Family, ms. by Sherman Reno; The Reno Family, ms. by William L. Reno, Jr. 1975).  Sherman Reno's manuscript includes information on the possible origin of the Reynaud family in France prior to 1600, but few records are available and much of the prior history of the family must be based on speculation.

Numerous spelling variations of the Reno name have appeared in records during the past 300 years in America, such as Reno, Reneau, Reynaud, Rheno, Rennoe, Renoe, Rhyno, and others. Many of the records, such as census records, were spelled phonetically and the records themselves cannot be relied upon. However, various documents signed by Renos appear with various spellings over the years, and the variations Reno and Reneau are common to this day. The Huguenot immigrants, having fled France for a British Colony, adopted the anglicized version of Reynaud, and especially during the French and Indian War when the French were the enemies of the British in the colonies it was desirable to dissociate themselves from the French. Lewis Reno wrote his name Reno when he signed a deed in 1711, and deeds from the Northern Neck Grant books and early Prince William County records have original signatures by Lewis Reno, Jr., Thomas Reno, Zeley Reno, and others with the spelling Reno. However, during the Revolutionary War the French became the allies of the colonists, and some family members returned to the French spelling. 

The majority of Reno/Reneaus today can be traced to John Reneau and Susannah Thorne, who spelled their name Reneau in the family bible, which was last seen by Isaac Tipton Alexander Reneau in the 1930's (see appendix in Guy Reno ms.). For the purposes of this family tree, family lines that used the surname Reneau into the 1900's are listed under that spelling, but all others in America are spelled Reno even though documents with original signatures may have had an alternate spelling.

Perhaps the most famous member of the Reno family was Jesse Lee Reno, who was a general in the Union Army during the Civil War. The city of Reno, Nevada; Reno County, Kansas; and several streets and small towns are named for him. His son, Jesse Wilford Reno, was an accomplished engineer who invented the escalator. In 1896, according to the Guiness Book of World Records, the "inclined elevator" invented by Jesse Reno was ridden on by more than 75,000 people when it debuted for two weeks at Coney Island in New York. 

Another famous Reno was Marcus A. Reno, a Brigadier General in the Civil War who later served as Major in the 7th calvary under the command of George Custer. Custer's widow tried to brand General Terry, Captain Benteen, and Major Reno as having done less than their duty in order to explain Custer's defeat. A Court of Inquiry into his actions during the Battle of the Little Bighorn on June 25, 1876 exonerated him of any blame, but he was dismissed from the Army in 1880 on a general charge of misconduct related to advances he made on another officer's wife. In 1967, his court martial was reopened and the original verdict of guilty was reversed, and he was restored to his full rank and honors. His body was reinterred in the Little Big Horn National Cemetery. 

The Reno name was also made famous by the Reno Gang, a notorious band of train and bank robbers in Indiana just after the Civil War who may have decended from Revolutionary War veteran Zeley Reno (my 5th great-grandfather). The Reno Gang committed the world's first train robbery as well as a series of robberies and other crimes, and three of the brothers were eventually hung by vigilantes, causing a serious strain in relations between the United States and Great Britain because Frank Reno had been extradited from Canada to be tried.


bullet Louis DE REYNAUD(5) (206)(4) (2) was born between 1630 and 1640 in Chaillot, Paris, France. He died in London, , England. He has Ancestral File number 157D-D4M. Parents: General Louis DE REYNAUD and Frances D'Hamel DE DOUVRIN.

He was married to Anne DE LA CROIX about 1660 in France. 

Children were: Francis REYNAUD, Marie REYNAUD, Sarah REYNAUD, Lewis RENO.

A bounty award from the English crown dated September 8, 1687 reads "To severall ye intended for ye West Indies" ... "To Lewis Reynaud of Angoumois, his wife and eight children for tools and others necessaries things to go to Virginia" granted 8 pounds; and "To Nichlos Hayward notary for ye passage to Virginia of Lewis Reynaud, Anne his wife, Francis, Lewis, Mary and Sara Reynaud their children, and Benjamin Reynaud, Mary his wife, Marianne and Mary their children, and John de la Chaumette" granted 33 pounds. And "To Lewis Reynaud and his family for supply" granted 2 pounds.

On March 25, 1688, effective March 31, 1688, denization was granted to Lewis Reynaud, Ann his wife, and Lewis and Sara their children, and also to Benjamin Reynaud and Mary his wife. The omission from this Letter of Denization of six children of Lewis Reynaud and two children of Benjamin Reynaud who were mentioned in the Bounty Papers might be explained by the possibility that these children were over 21 years of age when the denization was granted (The Reno Family, by William L. Reno, Jr.; Huguenot Society of London Publ., Quarto Series, Vol. XVIII - Letters of Denization and Acts of Naturalization for Aliens in England and Ireland, 1603-1700, pp. 204-209).

The following confirmation of Louis' letter of Denization by Nicholas Hayward is found in Stafford County records for October 2-3, 1688 (Stafford County Court Records 1686-1693/4, p.95, Virginia State Library, microfilm 7a). A similar letter was found for his brother Benjamin: "I Nicholas Hayward Notary and Tabellion Publick dwelling in London Admitted and Sworne doe hereby Certifie and attest unto all whom it may concern that I have seen and perused certain Letters Patent of Denization Granted by our Soveraigne Lord King James ye second under ye broad seal of England Dated ye 31 day of March in ye fourth year of his said Majestys Reign wherein amongst others is inserted ye name of Lewis Reynaud, Anne his wife, Lewis and Sarah their children who though born beyond seas are made his Majestys Leige Subjects and to be held reputed and taken as born in this Kingdom of England and may as such purchase buy sell and dispose of lands tenements and hereditaments in this Kingdom or any other of his Majestys dominions as freely peaceably and Entirely as any Subject born in this Kingdom and if ye said Lewis Reynaud Anne his wife and Lewis and Sarah their children by virtue of ye said Letters Patent are to pay Customs and Duties for their goods only as natives doe or ought to doe and to Enjoy all Liberties Privileges and Franchises of Subjects born in this Kingdom without any disturbance Impediment or molestation as by said Patent relacon being thereunto had may more at large appear of all which act being required of me ye said Notary I have Granted these presents to serve and avail ye said Lewis Reynaud Anne his wife Lewis and Sarah their children in tyme and place convenient. London ye 5th of April 1688. In testimonium Veritatis Signo meo Manual Solito signavi et tabellionatus mei Sigillum apposui Rogatus. [signed]

Nicholas Hayward, Notary Public." Recorded in ye County Court Records of Stafford this 2nd day of October 1688 per me, James Hearse Dept. Cl. Curr Staffd.

On the same page of Stafford County records Lewis and Benjamin record the brands that they will use for their livestock.

The greatest influx of Huguenots to Virginia occurred later, in 1700, when four ships brought French Huguenots to Manakin Town in Virginia. Among the names arriving at that colony was Lewis and Benjamin's other brother, Pierre: "Pierre Reynaud, landed at the James River on September 20, 1700, from the ship 'Peter & Anthony', Danial Pearrey, Capt.". This was the second of three ships carrying Huguenots to Manakin Town in 1700. The Peter & Anthony carried 170 passengers and took 13 weeks to cross the Atlantic. It is known that Pierre Reynaud returned to Europe where he eventually died, and he probably made more than one trip to Virginia.

       Louis and and his wife, Anne de la Croix, are known to have attended the baptism of Anne Flauhaut at Canterbury on September 22, 1695 (The Reno Family, William L. Reno; Hug. Society Publ. Vol. 5). They may have remained in England after this time, as no further record of them in the colonies can be found. However, their son Lewis remained in Virginia and is the direct ancestor of thousands of Renos and Reneaus.

 


bullet James DE STANDISH(7) (27)(4) (2) was born about 1404 in Erley, Lancashire, England. He has Ancestral File number 8H72-X4. Parents: Lawrence DE STANDISH and Lora (Laura) De PILKINGTON.

 


bullet Lawrence DE STANDISH(7) (27)(4) (2) was born about 1360 in Standish, Lancashire, England. He died in 1432. He was buried in 1432. He has Ancestral File number 8H72-SF.

He was married to Lora (Laura) De PILKINGTON in 1396. Children were: Eleanor STANDISH, Alexander STANDISH [SIR KNIGHT], Roger DE STANDISH , Richard DE STANDISH, James DE STANDISH.

 


bullet Richard DE STANDISH(7) (27)(4) (2) was born about 1403 in Standish, Lancashire, England. He has Ancestral File number 8H72-WX. Parents: Lawrence DE STANDISH and Lora (Laura) De PILKINGTON.

 


bullet Margaret DE VERDON(7) (27)(4) (2) was born about 1351 in Of Brixworth, Northants, England. She has Ancestral File number HK9K-4M.

She was married to John PILKINGTON in 1383. Children were: Edmund PILKINGTON.

 


bullet Edward DE VERE [Earl Of Oxford](7) (28)(4) (2) was born on Apr 12 1550 in Castle Hedingham. He died on Jun 24 1604 in King's Hold, Hackney, Midx, England. He was buried on Jul 6 1604 in Hackney, Midx, England. He has Ancestral File number 9TGG-LH. Parents: John De VERE [Earl of Oxford] and Margery GOLDING .

He was married to Anne CECIL [COUNTESS OF OXFORD] in , , England. Children were: Elizabeth De VERE , Bridget VERE, Susan De VERE.

 


bullet Elizabeth DE VERE(7) (28)(4) (2) was born about 1511 in Of, Kibblestone, Staffordshire, England. She was buried in St Osyth Priory, , Essex, England. She has Ancestral File number 9GF9-KR. Parents: John De VERE [EARL OF OXFORD] and Elizabeth TRUSSEL.

She was married to Thomas DARCY [Baron Darcy] about 1527 in Of, Chiche, Essex, England.

 


bullet Bud H DEAN(2) Parents: Gilbert DEAN and Mary Linda MIKESELL.

 


bullet Gilbert DEAN(5) (2)

He was married to Mary Linda MIKESELL on Jul 17 1922. Children were: Joy DEAN, Lynne DEAN, Bud H DEAN, Louise DEAN, Keith DEAN.

 


bullet Joy DEAN(2) Parents: Gilbert DEAN and Mary Linda MIKESELL.

 


bullet Keith DEAN(2) Parents: Gilbert DEAN and Mary Linda MIKESELL.

 


bullet Louise DEAN(2) Parents: Gilbert DEAN and Mary Linda MIKESELL.

 


bullet Lynne DEAN(2) Parents: Gilbert DEAN and Mary Linda MIKESELL.

 


bullet Margerie (Margery) DEANE (DEAN)(5) (6)(4) (2) was born about 1606 in South Chard, Somersetshire, England. She died about 1635 in Northampton, Hampton, Massachusetts. She has Ancestral File number 8VP8-DD.

She was married to John STRONG (STRONGE) II about 1625 in Of, Somerset, England. Children were: John STRONG III, STRONG, Thomas STRONG.

 


bullet DEANNE (2)

Children were: Jeremy ELMORE, Chris ELMORE.

 


bulletRose DEARMAND(2).

She was married to Archable George Washington DUGGAN.

 


bullet Elizabeth DEBOLT(5) (206)(4) (2) was born in 1749 in Hampshire Co, VA. She died in 1800 in , Jefferson Co, TN. She has Ancestral File number K9ZC-KM. Parents: Henry DEBOLT and Mary DEBOLT.

She was married to John David RENEAU on Oct 17 1769 in Hampton Co., Virginia. 

Children were: George RENO, John RENEAU, Mary RENEAU, Elizabeth RENEAU, Aaron RENEAU, Lewis RENEAU, Hezakiah RENEAU.

 


bullet George DEBOLT(4) (2) was born in 1751 in Hampshire Co., , VA. He died in 1839. Parents: Henry DEBOLT and Mary DEBOLT .

He was married to Susannah LONG.

 


bullet Henry DEBOLT(4) (2) was born about 1724. He died in 1792 in Virginia.

He was married to Mary DEBOLT about 1745. 

Children were: John DEBOLT, Michael DEBOLT, Hiram DEBOLT, Elizabeth DEBOLT, George DEBOLT, Nicholas DEBOLT.

 


bullet Hiram DEBOLT(4) (2) Parents: Henry DEBOLT and Mary DEBOLT.

 


bullet John DEBOLT(4) (2) Parents: Henry DEBOLT and Mary DEBOLT.

 


bullet Margaret Or Peggy DEBOLT(5) (162)(15) (2) has Ancestral File number 17PW-G78.

She was married to George RENEAU about 1773 in , , VA. She was married to George RENEAU.

 


bullet Mary DEBOLT(4) (2) was born after 1726.

She was married to Henry DEBOLT about 1745. Children were: John DEBOLT , Michael DEBOLT, Hiram DEBOLT, Elizabeth DEBOLT, George DEBOLT, Nicholas DEBOLT.

 


bullet Michael DEBOLT(4) (2) Parents: Henry DEBOLT and Mary DEBOLT.

 


bullet Nicholas DEBOLT(4) (2) was born in 1762 in Hampshire Co., , VA. Parents: Henry DEBOLT and Mary DEBOLT.

He was married to Stephensen MARGARET.

 


bullet Colleen Cristin DEGRAW Living individual, details withheld

 

 


bulletElizabeth DEMING(5) (6)(4) (2) was born in 1600 in Of, Colchester, Essex, England. She was buried in 1683 in , Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut. She died on Jul 28 1683 in , Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut. She has Ancestral File number BZ6V-W6.

She was married to Nathaniel FOOTE in Jan 1615 in Shalford, Colchester, Essex, England. Children were: Elizabeth FOOTE, Nathaniel FOOTE, Mary FOOTE, Robert FOOTE Lt., Frances FOOTE, Rebecca FOOTE, Sarah FOOTE.

She was married to Thomas WELLES in 1646 in , Wetherfield, Hartford, CT.

She was married to Thomas WELLES on Mar 2 1646 in , Wetherfield, Hartford, CT.

 


bullet Agnes DEMLER(2) was born in 1508 in Marbach, Neckar, Wuerttemberg. Parents: Michael DEMLER and Anna MAERKLIN.

She was married to Johann KRAUS.

 


bullet Alexander DEMLER(2) was born in 1512 in Marbach, Neckar, Wuerttemberg. Parents: Michael DEMLER and Anna MAERKLIN.

 


bullet Anastasius DEMLER(2) was born on Nov 7 1520 in Marbach, Neckar, Wuerttemberg. Parents: Michael DEMLER and Anna MAERKLIN.

He was married to Barbara FUERDERER.

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