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William Cecil, Lord Burghley, 2nd Earl of Exeter and Elizabeth Manners, Baroness of Ros




Husband William Cecil, Lord Burghley, 2nd Earl of Exeter

           Born: Jan 1565 - Exeter, , Devonshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 6 Jul 1640 - Exeter House, St. James, Clerkenwell, England
         Buried:  - Henry VII Chapel, Westminister Abby, London, Middlesex, London, England


         Father: Thomas Cecil, 1st Earl of Exeter (1542-1623)
         Mother: Dorothy Neville (Abt 1548-1608)


       Marriage: 15 Jan 1587/88 - Newark Castle, Nottingham, , Nottingham, England

   Other Spouse: Elizabeth Drury (1579-1653) - Abt 1593




Wife Elizabeth Manners, Baroness of Ros

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - William Cecil, Lord Burghley, 2nd Earl of Exeter

"During the Elizabethan era the name of one remarkable man remains forever synonymous with that of Queen Elizabeth. William Cecil was once described as"the greatest, gravest, and most esteemed Councillor" that the Queen ever had. His dedication to Queen and country over 40 years was unparalleled at that time, and he was well rewarded for his services. Moreover, Cecil became the Queen's trusted friend and confidante. The building of his grand, stately mansion was his way of declaring such an important status, and half way through theconstruction period, Cecil was further honoured with the title of Lord Burghley. His palatial Lincolnshire residence became the foundation for a dynasty,and his descendants continue to live at Burghley House to this day. A typical Elizabethan mansion, vast and beautifully decorative, Burghley represents yet another facet of William Cecil's ability and determination. As his own architect for the building, Cecil must have put in an extraordinary amount of work over the 32 years it took to complete, whilst continuing to perform the important duties of his ministerial office, and be at the constant beck and call of his Queen. Through the generations, the house has been extended, remodelled, and altered internally to provide the different arrangements required during various periods of occupation but there remains plenty of evidence of Cecil's original work. None of Lord Burghley's immediate descendants held positions of national importance, but his younger son, Robert, was created Earl of Salisbury, becoming the founder member of the Cecils of Hatfield. His elderson became the first Earl of Exeter in 1605. When the 5th Earl inherited Burghley House towards the end of the 17th century, he spent an enormous amount of money on transforming the interiors with exquisite decor undertaken by awhole host of famous craftsmen of the time. Louis Laguerre, Antonio Verrio, Grinling Gibbons and Edward Martens, and just a few of the names associated with the grand work at Burghley. By the time the Earl and his Countess had completed their extensive European travels, investing in huge art collections along the way to show off in their splendidly refurbished home, it is little wonder that they left substantial debts at their deaths. By the time of the 9th Earl the estate had sufficiently recovered, and he was able to complete the grandiose redecoration that his great grandfather had started. Also an avid collector, he favoured the classical Italian art, and his additions to the internal architecture are very much in that vogue. The 10th Earl, who was created the 1st Marquess in 1801, is a noted family member for a far more romantic reason. His second wife was a beautiful peasant girl, known as 'the Cottage Countess', and their union is eternally celebrated in Tennyson's ballad, The Lord of Burghley. During the last 200 years Burghley has been the family home of successive MPs, public figures, a revered sportsman and a naval officer. The present Marquess lives in Canada with his family, but the house is still home to one of the 6th Marquess' daughters. Encompassing over 400 years of fascinating family history, interests and collections in the 18 sumptuous rooms open to visitors, Burghley certainly lives up to its reputation as 'one of England's most beautiful houses'." Ancestry World Tree - Linda Carpenter Fry - LindyFry5@@hotmail.com
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William Cecil, Lord Burghley, 2nd Earl of Exeter and Elizabeth Drury




Husband William Cecil, Lord Burghley, 2nd Earl of Exeter

           Born: Jan 1565 - Exeter, , Devonshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 6 Jul 1640 - Exeter House, St. James, Clerkenwell, England
         Buried:  - Henry VII Chapel, Westminister Abby, London, Middlesex, London, England


         Father: Thomas Cecil, 1st Earl of Exeter (1542-1623)
         Mother: Dorothy Neville (Abt 1548-1608)


       Marriage: Abt 1593

   Other Spouse: Elizabeth Manners, Baroness of Ros (      -      ) - 15 Jan 1587/88 - Newark Castle, Nottingham, , Nottingham, England




Wife Elizabeth Drury

           Born: 4 Jan 1579 - Hausted, Suffolk, England
     Christened: 
           Died: Feb 1652/53 - St. James, Clerkenwell, England
         Buried: 


         Father: William Drury (1550-      )
         Mother: Elizabeth Stafford (1546-1599)





Children
1 F Anne Cecil

           Born: Between 1596 and 1600
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef 24 Nov 1676
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Henry Grey, 1st Earl of Stamford (Abt 1599-1673)
           Marr: 19 Jul 1620 - , Devonshire, England



2 F Elizabeth Cecil

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Diana Cecil

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William Cecil, Lord Burghley, 2nd Earl of Exeter

"During the Elizabethan era the name of one remarkable man remains forever synonymous with that of Queen Elizabeth. William Cecil was once described as"the greatest, gravest, and most esteemed Councillor" that the Queen ever had. His dedication to Queen and country over 40 years was unparalleled at that time, and he was well rewarded for his services. Moreover, Cecil became the Queen's trusted friend and confidante. The building of his grand, stately mansion was his way of declaring such an important status, and half way through theconstruction period, Cecil was further honoured with the title of Lord Burghley. His palatial Lincolnshire residence became the foundation for a dynasty,and his descendants continue to live at Burghley House to this day. A typical Elizabethan mansion, vast and beautifully decorative, Burghley represents yet another facet of William Cecil's ability and determination. As his own architect for the building, Cecil must have put in an extraordinary amount of work over the 32 years it took to complete, whilst continuing to perform the important duties of his ministerial office, and be at the constant beck and call of his Queen. Through the generations, the house has been extended, remodelled, and altered internally to provide the different arrangements required during various periods of occupation but there remains plenty of evidence of Cecil's original work. None of Lord Burghley's immediate descendants held positions of national importance, but his younger son, Robert, was created Earl of Salisbury, becoming the founder member of the Cecils of Hatfield. His elderson became the first Earl of Exeter in 1605. When the 5th Earl inherited Burghley House towards the end of the 17th century, he spent an enormous amount of money on transforming the interiors with exquisite decor undertaken by awhole host of famous craftsmen of the time. Louis Laguerre, Antonio Verrio, Grinling Gibbons and Edward Martens, and just a few of the names associated with the grand work at Burghley. By the time the Earl and his Countess had completed their extensive European travels, investing in huge art collections along the way to show off in their splendidly refurbished home, it is little wonder that they left substantial debts at their deaths. By the time of the 9th Earl the estate had sufficiently recovered, and he was able to complete the grandiose redecoration that his great grandfather had started. Also an avid collector, he favoured the classical Italian art, and his additions to the internal architecture are very much in that vogue. The 10th Earl, who was created the 1st Marquess in 1801, is a noted family member for a far more romantic reason. His second wife was a beautiful peasant girl, known as 'the Cottage Countess', and their union is eternally celebrated in Tennyson's ballad, The Lord of Burghley. During the last 200 years Burghley has been the family home of successive MPs, public figures, a revered sportsman and a naval officer. The present Marquess lives in Canada with his family, but the house is still home to one of the 6th Marquess' daughters. Encompassing over 400 years of fascinating family history, interests and collections in the 18 sumptuous rooms open to visitors, Burghley certainly lives up to its reputation as 'one of England's most beautiful houses'." Ancestry World Tree - Linda Carpenter Fry - LindyFry5@@hotmail.com
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Elizabeth De Chalon




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           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Elizabeth De Chalon 1

           Born: Abt 970 - Chalon-Sur-Saone, Saone-Et-Loire, Bourgogne, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Lambert D' Autun, Count Of Chalon (0924-0979) 1 2 3
         Mother: Adelaide of Burgundy (Abt 0928-After 0967) 1 4 5 6





Children

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Geoffrey II Seigneur De Semur and Maud (Matilda\Mahaut) De Chalon




Husband Geoffrey II Seigneur De Semur 1 2 7 8

           Born: Abt 961 - Semur-En-Brionnais, Saone-Et-Loire, Bourgogne, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 1018
         Buried: 


         Father: Geoffrey I Seigneur De Semur (Abt 0936-      ) 1
         Mother: 


       Marriage:  - Only Husband ? 2




Wife Maud (Matilda\Mahaut) De Chalon 1 2 9

           Born: Abt 969 - Chalon-Sur-Saone, Saone-Et-Loire, Bourgogne, France
     Christened: 
           Died: Between 1016 and 1019 9
         Buried: 


         Father: Lambert D' Autun, Count Of Chalon (0924-0979) 1 2 3
         Mother: Adelaide of Burgundy (Abt 0928-After 0967) 1 4 5 6



   Other Spouse: Henry Count De Nevers, Duke Of Burgundy (Abt 0945-1006) 1 2 10 - 1st Husband 1St Wife ? - Divorced ? 2



Children
1 F Erembourg Of Semur 1

           Born: Abt 987 - Semur-En-Brionnais, Saone-Et-Loire, Bourgogne, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Thibaut Comte De Chalon 1 11

           Born: Abt 989 - Chalon-Sur-Saone, Saone-Et-Loire, Bourgogne, France
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1065 - Tolosa, Italy 11
         Buried: 



3 M Dalmas I Comte De Semur 1 7 12

           Born: Abt 991 - Semur-En-Brionnais, Saone-Et-Loire, Bourgogne, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 1032
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Aremburge De Nevers (Bef 0991-      ) 1 7 13
           Marr: 1015 14



4 M Herve I Seigneur De Donzy 1 15

            AKA: Herve De Semur
           Born: Abt 1005 - Semur-En-Brionnais, Saone-Et-Loire, Bourgogne, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 1055 - Donzy, Nievre, Bourgogne, France 15
         Buried: 




General Notes: Wife - Maud (Matilda\Mahaut) De Chalon

Maud/Matilda definitely married Geoffrey of Semur, but the well-respected German source ES, in one of its conflicting pedigrees, has her also marrying Henry, Duke of Burgundy, and having a daughter Aremburga, who was wife of Dalmas I of Semur. This is probably not true, and ES has been shown to be inconsistent and erroneous in giving the spouse(s) of Henry. The spouse of Henry was a widow of Adalbert I King of Italy, and there is still a lot of debate concerning who her father (and mother) were.

The following is excerpted from a post to SGM, 16 May 1997, by Jim Stevens, referring to an earlier post by Mat on 29 Apr 1997:

Matman <mat_man AT HOTMAIL.COM> posted to
soc.genealogy.medieval on 29 Apr 1997:
Subject: Re: Untangling the Burgundy web

"For English readers, the Bouchard article (p261ff) is essential to understanding this confusion in ES. French historians etc have peddled various theories: the ES has noted all of them, hence the internal disagreement.

Some have favoured Leotald of Macon as the father of Gerberga, but Bouchard follows the more reliable ones (F.Lot, R.Poupardin etc) in seeing her as the daughter of Lambert. She lists 3 children of Lambert: Gerberga (m. 1) Adalbert (2) Henry; Matilda (m. Geoffrey), Hugo of Chalon. The sources clearly state that Matilda and Hugo were children of Lambert, but they don't mention the father of Gerberga.

The main argument for Gerberga being the daughter of Leotald is, I think, the fact that her great grandson Otto of Macon (not Otto-William) calls Leotald his _atavus_. The strict classical meaning of this is great-great-great-grandad, which would imply, that Gerberga was Leotald's grandaughter. However most who favour Leotald's parentage, have overlooked this inconvenient detail, and suggested that the term here just means distant ancestor.

The other evidence is the Life of Hugo of Chalon (d.1039) who says that his sister married the duke of Burgundy. This has been seen as Gerberga wife of Henry (d.1002). Those who favour Leotald as her father, say this sister was Matilda, who they say married Henry before she married Geoffrey of Semur. Thus if one rejects Lambert as the father of Gerberga, you have to invent a new wife for Duke Henry. I think ES III, 433-34 has these two marriages. Somewhere else in ES, it even gives this supposed marriage of Matilda and Henry a daughter, Aremburga, the wife of Dalmas I of Semur.

I havn't gone into all the various arguments, or evidence: its best to read Bouchard yourself, and decide whether you agree with her. Personally I prefer her no-nonsense approach, and the works of other notable historians (eg W.Kienast Die Herzogtitel in Frankreich & Deutschland, 1968) agree with her on the father of Gerberga being Lambert."
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Henry Count De Nevers, Duke Of Burgundy and Maud (Matilda\Mahaut) De Chalon




Husband Henry Count De Nevers, Duke Of Burgundy 1 2 10

            AKA: Henry I Duke Of Burgundy
           Born: Abt 945 - Nevers, Nievre, Bourgogne, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 1006 10
         Buried: 


         Father: Hugh "The Great" Mangus, Count Of Paris Duke Of France (0895-0956) 1 16 17 18 19 20
         Mother: Princess Hedwige (Hartwige) of Germany (Abt 0922-0965) 1 17 20 21


       Marriage:  - 1st Husband 1St Wife ? - Divorced ? 2

   Other Spouse: Gerberga De Macon (Abt 0938-0991) 1 2 22 - After 971 - 2ND Husband 2ND Wife ? 2

Noted events in his life were:
Alt. Death 2, 1002




Wife Maud (Matilda\Mahaut) De Chalon 1 2 9

           Born: Abt 969 - Chalon-Sur-Saone, Saone-Et-Loire, Bourgogne, France
     Christened: 
           Died: Between 1016 and 1019 9
         Buried: 


         Father: Lambert D' Autun, Count Of Chalon (0924-0979) 1 2 3
         Mother: Adelaide of Burgundy (Abt 0928-After 0967) 1 4 5 6



   Other Spouse: Geoffrey II Seigneur De Semur (Abt 0961-1018) 1 2 7 8 - Only Husband ? 2



Children

General Notes: Husband - Henry Count De Nevers, Duke Of Burgundy

At least one source has Henry's 1st? wife as the first husband of Maud/Matilda de Chalon, who later married Geoffrey of Semur. This marriage is disputed by nearly all other sources, but since nobody knows for sure, I am including Maud as Henry's first wife, and assuming a divorce of some sort.


General Notes: Wife - Maud (Matilda\Mahaut) De Chalon

Maud/Matilda definitely married Geoffrey of Semur, but the well-respected German source ES, in one of its conflicting pedigrees, has her also marrying Henry, Duke of Burgundy, and having a daughter Aremburga, who was wife of Dalmas I of Semur. This is probably not true, and ES has been shown to be inconsistent and erroneous in giving the spouse(s) of Henry. The spouse of Henry was a widow of Adalbert I King of Italy, and there is still a lot of debate concerning who her father (and mother) were.

The following is excerpted from a post to SGM, 16 May 1997, by Jim Stevens, referring to an earlier post by Mat on 29 Apr 1997:

Matman <mat_man AT HOTMAIL.COM> posted to
soc.genealogy.medieval on 29 Apr 1997:
Subject: Re: Untangling the Burgundy web

"For English readers, the Bouchard article (p261ff) is essential to understanding this confusion in ES. French historians etc have peddled various theories: the ES has noted all of them, hence the internal disagreement.

Some have favoured Leotald of Macon as the father of Gerberga, but Bouchard follows the more reliable ones (F.Lot, R.Poupardin etc) in seeing her as the daughter of Lambert. She lists 3 children of Lambert: Gerberga (m. 1) Adalbert (2) Henry; Matilda (m. Geoffrey), Hugo of Chalon. The sources clearly state that Matilda and Hugo were children of Lambert, but they don't mention the father of Gerberga.

The main argument for Gerberga being the daughter of Leotald is, I think, the fact that her great grandson Otto of Macon (not Otto-William) calls Leotald his _atavus_. The strict classical meaning of this is great-great-great-grandad, which would imply, that Gerberga was Leotald's grandaughter. However most who favour Leotald's parentage, have overlooked this inconvenient detail, and suggested that the term here just means distant ancestor.

The other evidence is the Life of Hugo of Chalon (d.1039) who says that his sister married the duke of Burgundy. This has been seen as Gerberga wife of Henry (d.1002). Those who favour Leotald as her father, say this sister was Matilda, who they say married Henry before she married Geoffrey of Semur. Thus if one rejects Lambert as the father of Gerberga, you have to invent a new wife for Duke Henry. I think ES III, 433-34 has these two marriages. Somewhere else in ES, it even gives this supposed marriage of Matilda and Henry a daughter, Aremburga, the wife of Dalmas I of Semur.

I havn't gone into all the various arguments, or evidence: its best to read Bouchard yourself, and decide whether you agree with her. Personally I prefer her no-nonsense approach, and the works of other notable historians (eg W.Kienast Die Herzogtitel in Frankreich & Deutschland, 1968) agree with her on the father of Gerberga being Lambert."
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Thibaut Comte De Chalon




Husband Thibaut Comte De Chalon 1 11

           Born: Abt 989 - Chalon-Sur-Saone, Saone-Et-Loire, Bourgogne, France
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1065 - Tolosa, Italy 11
         Buried: 


         Father: Geoffrey II Seigneur De Semur (Abt 0961-1018) 1 2 7 8
         Mother: Maud (Matilda\Mahaut) De Chalon (Abt 0969-Between 1016/1019) 1 2 9


       Marriage: 




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Richard Riggs and Elizabeth Chamberlyn




Husband Richard Riggs

           Born: Abt 1557 - Roydon, Essex, England
     Christened: 
           Died: After 1603 - Roydon, Essex, England
         Buried: 


         Father: Miles Riggs (Abt 1536-1583)
         Mother: Agnes (      -1579)


       Marriage: 5 Sep 1575 - Roydon, Essex, England 23




Wife Elizabeth Chamberlyn

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: Mar 1602/03 - Roydon, Essex, England
         Buried: 25 Mar 1603 - Roydon, Essex, England



Children
1 M Edward Riggs, First Generation




            AKA: The Immigrant
           Born: 1589 - Roydon, Essex, England
     Christened: 30 Mar 1589 - Roydon, Essex, England
           Died: 5 Mar 1671/72 - Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried:  - Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA
         Spouse: Elizabeth Holmes (1590-1635)
           Marr: 16 Sep 1618 - All Saints Church, Nazeing, , Essex, England 24
         Spouse: Elizabeth Wise (      -1669)
           Marr: After 1635



2 M Ralph Riggs

           Born: 
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           Died: 
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3 M Francis Riggs

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M Richard Riggs

           Born: 
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           Died: 
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5 F Elizabeth Riggs

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           Died: 
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6 F Mary Riggs

           Born: 
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           Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Richard Riggs

"Richard Rigges" was a juror for the half-hundred of Harlow at the Pett y Sessions court held there on October 1, 1589.


The Parish Register for Roydon, Essex commences in 1567 and thus show no record of Richard's christening.

Richard "RIDGES" married at Roydon, Essex on 05SEP1575 to Elizabeth CHAMBERLYN. Her surname in the parish register is partially faint, and it was initially thought to be CHAMBERS on the microfilm: however, the senior archivist at Essex Record Office exceptionally produced the original register for me to scrutinise and close examination shows the surname was probably CHAMBERLYN.[S1].

Elizabeth RIGGS, wife of Richard, was buried at Roydon, Essex on 25MCH1603.[S1] No record has been found in the Roydon Parish Register for Richard's death but, by inference (since Elizabeth when buried was described as his wife and not as a widow), he was still alive in March 1603.

In 1589, Richard "RIGGES" was a juror for the half-hundred of Harlow at the Petty Sessions court held there on 01OCT1589. He and his fellow jurors reported that an inhabitant of Roydon "keeps an alehouse and there sells bread and ale without licence, contrary to the form of the Statute", but that "in all other vill(age)s and hamlets, all is well".[S13]

( 1999 - 2002 Geoff Riggs [the RIGGS Surname Study] and the original contributors, if any
This information may be exchanged between other researchers into RIGGS families BUT
must not be sold in any form whatsoever: database & intellectual property rights reserved.)
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James Allison Haley and Alice Finchie Chandler




Husband James Allison Haley 25

           Born: 11 Aug 1856 25
     Christened: 
           Died: 19 Jul 1924 25
         Buried:  - Triune Methodist Church, Triune, Williamson, Tennessee, USA


         Father: Robert Henry Haley (1829-1923) 25
         Mother: Margaret Wilson Allison (1836-1867) 25


       Marriage: 28 Apr 1880 - , Clay, Mississippi, USA 25




Wife Alice Finchie Chandler 25

           Born: 5 Nov 1862 25
     Christened: 
           Died: 29 Oct 1946 25
         Buried: 



Children
1 M James Robert Haley 25

           Born: 22 Jun 1881 25
     Christened: 
           Died: WFT Est 1898-1971 - , , Californa, USA 25
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Lillie McCain (WFT Est 1877/1897-WFT Est 1898/1981) 25
           Marr: WFT Est 1898-1931 25



2 M Willis Edgar Haley 25

           Born: 9 Jan 1883 25
     Christened: 
           Died: 27 Sep 1966 25
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Alice Parnell (WFT Est 1879/1899-WFT Est 1900/1983) 25
           Marr: WFT Est 1900-1933 25



3 F Margaret Eliza Haley 25

           Born: 2 Jul 1884 25
     Christened: 
           Died: 23 Jul 1973 25
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ralph T. Jackson (WFT Est 1867/1887-WFT Est 1901/1973) 25
           Marr: WFT Est 1898-1931 25



4 F Gola Lee Haley 25

           Born: 31 Aug 1886 25
     Christened: 
           Died: 13 Oct 1975 25
         Buried: 
         Spouse: H. B. Baker (WFT Est 1869/1889-WFT Est 1903/1975) 25
           Marr: WFT Est 1900-1933 25



5 M Ollie Eugene Haley 25

           Born: 24 Jun 1889 25
     Christened: 
           Died: 24 Sep 1889 25
         Buried: 



6 M Rush Chandler Haley 25

           Born: 13 Jul 1898 25
     Christened: 
           Died: 14 Dec 1979 25
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mildred Patterson (      -      ) 25
           Marr: Private




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John A. Stamper, Sr. and Jane 'Jensy' Chandler




Husband John A. Stamper, Sr.

           Born: 30 Oct 1769 - Halifax, North Carolina, USA
     Christened: 
           Died: Sep 1846 - Halifax, North Carolina, USA
         Buried: 


         Father: John Stamper (1741-1774)
         Mother: Elizabeth (Abt 1745-1786)


       Marriage: 21 Jul 1792 - , Granville, North Carolina, USA 26




Wife Jane 'Jensy' Chandler

           Born: Abt 1775
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Dillard A. 'Dilzam' Stamper

           Born: 5 Mar 1795
     Christened: 
           Died: 7 Apr 1860
         Buried: 



2 M John A. Stamper, Jr

           Born: 22 Jan 1809 - Halifax, North Carolina, USA
     Christened: 
           Died: Between 1847 and 1850 - Halifax, North Carolina, USA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Eliza Whitaker (      -      ) 27
           Marr: 11 May 1829 - , Halifax, North Carolina, USA 27



3 M Asa Stamper

           Born: 30 Dec 1799
     Christened: 
           Died: 18 Aug 1876 - , Bradley, Tennessee, USA
         Buried: 



4 M James Stamper

           Born: 21 Mar 1804
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John A. Stamper, Sr.

Found in Year: 1830; Census Place: Regiment 2, Halifax, North Carolina; Roll: 121; Page: 328.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: Halifax Co, NC: John Stamper; numbers don't match census form; 2-0-0 (same page as his brother, Robert, 1800.

Census: Halifax co, NC; (2 doors from his brother, Robert): John Stamper; males; 2-2-1-1-0 (oldest male is age 26-45, this John s/b about 40) females; 2-2-0-1 (oldest female is age 26-45 Jennie s/b about 35), 1810.

Census: Halifax Co, NC; John Stamper, males; 0-1-1-1-0-1 (oldest male is over age 45, this John s/b about 49-50), 1820.

Census: Regiment 2, Halifax Co, NC: John Stamper sr; males; 6? or 1?-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-1-0-0 (oldest male is age 60-70. this john s/b about 61), 1830.


Notes: Marriage

NC Marriages, Granville Co, 1753-1868, og 309, John Stamper & Jane Chandler, 21 july 1792, William Stamper, bondsman; W. Norwood, wit.
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John Wyatt Davidson and Sarah Belle Chandler




Husband John Wyatt Davidson 25

           Born: 26 Dec 1848 - College Grove, Williamson, Tennessee, USA 25
     Christened: 
           Died: 11 May 1924 - Davidson Cemetery, Montpelier, Clay, Mississippi, USA 25
         Buried: 


         Father: Samuel Davidson (1805-1855) 25
         Mother: Mary Morris Haley (1818-1899) 25


       Marriage: 2 Nov 1870 - , Clay, Mississippi, USA 25




Wife Sarah Belle Chandler 25

           Born: 2 Nov 1855 - , Clay, Mississippi, USA 25
     Christened: 
           Died: 19 Jun 1931 - Nr. Montpelier, Clay Co., Mississippi, USA 25
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - John Wyatt Davidson

[v11t1514.ftw]

Brother of Thomas William Davidson. John W. & Sarah Belle buried in Old Davidson Cemetery 1-1\2 mi. N of Mont. Also buried there, Irma, Willie & Edna, Ollie, John J. & Lola, Sidney.Greenwood Cem., West Point, Clay Co., MS, Rush & Minnie. Palestine Churchyard Cem. Nr. Montpelier, Samuel L. & Ella.

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Sources


1 Jim Weber (https://myaccount.rootsweb.com/publicprofile?mn=jimweber110&kurl=http:%2F%2Fwc%2Erootsweb%2Eancestry%2Ecom%2Fcgi%2Dbin%2Figm%2Ecgi%3Fdb%3Djweber%26id%3DI03403%26op%3DGED).

2 Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, Jim Stevens, 16 May 1997.

3 Leo's Genealogics Website (Leo van de Pas), www.genealogics.org, Lambert, Comte de Chalon.

4 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999, 118-19.

5 Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, Ed Mann, 24 May 1998.

6 Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, Alan B. Wilson, 8 Aug 1997.

7 Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, Todd A. Farmerie, 1 Feb 2003.

8 Leo's Genealogics Website (Leo van de Pas), www.genealogics.org, Geoffrey I de Semur-en-Brionnais.

9 Leo's Genealogics Website (Leo van de Pas), www.genealogics.org, Mahaut de Chalon, Dame de Donzy.

10 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999, 110-22.

11 Leo's Genealogics Website (Leo van de Pas), www.genealogics.org, Thibaut Comte de Chalon.

12 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999, 108-22.

13 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999, 108-22, 110-22.

14 Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, Frank Johansen, 20 Dec 1999.

15 Leo's Genealogics Website (Leo van de Pas), www.genealogics.org, Herve de Donzy.

16 Microsoft Encarta 1994 ed.

17 Dee, Danielle Marie. AOL user Dani Dee. File uploaded to AOL "VanArsdale/Crawford/Hayes" (danidee.zip) on Nov 29, 1994.

18 Encyclopedia Britannica, Treatise on, Hugh The Great.

19 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999, 48-17, 53-19, 101-19.

20 The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968, 14.

21 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999, 53-19, 101-19.

22 Leo's Genealogics Website (Leo van de Pas), www.genealogics.org, Gerberga de Macon.

23 (CM&B PRs for Royden, Essex).

24 (CM&B PRs for All Saints Church, Nazeing, Essex).

25 v11t1514.ftw.

26 "North Carolina Marriages, 1759-1979," database, Family Search(www.familysearch.org : accessed 18 june 2011), Jane Chandler.

27 "North Carolina Marriages, 1759-1979," database, Family Search(www.familysearch.org : accessed 18 Jun 2011), John A. Stamper.


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