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FAMILY RECORDS OF THE SOUTHALL, MACAULAY, JERDONE, BRIGHT AND MACON FAMILIES

From Robert Anderson's Family Record Book.


SOUTHALL FAMILY

James Barret Southall and Frances, his wife, had the following children, viz.:

1. John Southall, who was born on the 3d of April, 1763.
2. James Southall, born 26 September, 1764, and died in Williamsburg, in the year ----.
3. William Southall, born 12 April, 1767.
4. Frances Southall, born 7 March, 1770. She was married in the city of Williamsburg, to John Daingerfield, of Essex county, in Virginia, and had several children.
5. Elizabeth Southall, born 2 December, 1771. She married, in Williamsburg, Peter Randolph, of Chatsworth, in Henrico county, and survived him, and having one son, William Randolph, who now lives at Chatsworth. After the death of her husband she married Col. Richard Adams, of the city of Richmond, who survived her, leaving not one of several children by this marriage at her death.
6. Ann Southall, born 7 December, 1773. She was married, in Williamsburg, to Thomas Mutter, of North Carolina, by whom she had several children, sons and daughters. She survived her husband, and died at Indian Fields, their seat, on York River, in York county.
7. George Southall, born 2 April, 1775. He never married, and he now (1832) lives on his farm in Cumberland county.

[8 ?] Peyton Southall, born, 8 December, 1776. He married Helen Maxwell Macaulay, daughter of Alexander and Elizabeth Macaulay, of Yorktown, Va., by whom he had several children, as will be seen by reference to page ___ of this Book. He died in Yorktown, on the 18th of October, 1812. On the 18th of August 1814, his widow married Robert Anderson, of Williamsburg, where they (1832) now reside.

(The foregoing list of names and births was copied from the family record, now in possession of Miles Macon, of Hanover county, who married Frances, the daughter (eldest) of Thomas and Ann Mutter.)

Peyton Southall, of York county and city of Williamsburg, and Helena Maxwell Macaulay, of said county, and town of York, Va., were married on Wednesday, the 17th day of February, 1802.

1. James Alexander Southall, their first issue, was born on the 29th day of October, 1802, being Saturday, and died on Saturday following the 5th of November.

2. Peyton Alexander Southall, their second issue, was born in the town of York, on the 15th day of July, 1804, being Sunday; died in Richmond, on November, 1854.

3. Frances Elizabeth Southall, their third issue, was born in Yorktown, on the 15th day of April, 1806, and died on Thursday, the 11th day of August, 1808.

4. George Washington Southall, their fourth issue, was born on the 27th day of April, 1807, in the town of York, and died the -- day of June following.

5. Helen Matilda Southall, their fifth issue, was born in Yorktown, on Thursday morning, the 8th day of September, 1808.

6. George Washington Southall (2), their sixth issue, was born on the night of the 1st day of January, 1810, between the hours of nine and ten o'clock. Died in Baltimore, November, 1851. {distinguished lawyer.}

7. Elianna Maria Jerdone Southall, their seventh issue, was born in Yorktown, on the 6th* day of April, 1811, between the hours of nine and ten o'clock. [footnote *: 20th May, 1811.]

N. B. -- There was a miscarriage between the second and third issues, in the year 1805.

(The foregoing was copied from a manuscript in the handwriting of Peyton Southall himself, by Robert Anderson, who married his widow. P. Southall died in Yorktown, on the 18th day of October, 1812, and was buried at Mulberry Island Church, in Warwick county, where the remains of his parents were deposited.[)]

Peyton Alexander Southall was married to Miss Clara Hackstaff Crocker, oldest daughter of Capt. Daniel Walcott Crocker, native of Connecticut, at the residence of Nathaniel Ferris Waring (whose lady was first cousin of Clara H. C.), Esq., of Brooklyn, New York, by the Rev. E. M. Johnson, on Monday evening, the 2d of September, 1833. Clara H. C. was born on the 18th of January, 1814.

Elianna Maria Jerdone Southall was married to Samuel Francis Bright, Esq.,* of Williamsburg, at the residence of her uncle, Dr. Patrick Macaulay, of the city of Baltimore, Md., by the Rev. Dr. Wyatt, on Wednesday morning, the 19th of November, 1834. She died in Williamsburg on the ___ day of ______, 1839.** [footnote *: Samuel F. Bright was born on Back River, Elizabeth City county, on 5th January, 1803. His father was named Samuel; his mother was Jane Sinclair Jennings. footnote **: There seems to be some doubt about the date of Elianna's birth. A paper in the handwriting of her father, P. S., states it to be on the 6th of April, and her mother is under the impression that it was on the 20th May, 1811.]

MACAULAY FAMILY.

Alexander Macaulay and Elizabeth Jerdone were married on the 5th day of December, 1782, and had the following children, viz.:

1. Helen Maxwell Macaulay, who was born in Louisa county, Va., on the 25th of June, 1784, and married Peyton Southall on the 17th of February, 1802, whom she survived, and on the 18th of August, 1814, she married the writer hereof, Robert Anderson.

[the Macaulay Family is continued in the article, but I did not include it here.]


Source: From the William & Mary Quarterly Historical Magazine, series 1, Vol. 12, pages 29 through 31. Copied 29 March 1986 by Susan Shields Sasek.


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