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Edmond Thomas 1 was born in 1545 in Kent County, England. He died on 28 Mar 1627 in Kent County, England. He married Elizabeth [--?--] about 1570 in Kent County, England.

Elizabeth [--?--] 1 was born in 1549 in Kent County, England. She died on 24 Oct 1587 in Kent County, England. She married Edmond Thomas about 1570 in Kent County, England.

They had the following children:

  F i Elizabeth Thomas was born on 29 Apr 1571 in Kent County, England. She died in 1592 in Kent County, England.
  M ii Edmond Thomas (2) was born on 16 Nov 1572 in Kent County, England. He died on 19 Sep 1624 in Kent County, England.
  M iii Tristram Thomas was born in 1575 in Kent County, England. He died on 18 Jan 1640 in Kent County, England.
  M iv Christean Thomas was born on 10 Jul 1575 in Kent County, England. He died on 2 Feb 1641 in Kent County, England.
  M v Henry Thomas was born on 29 Sep 1577 in Kent County, England. He died after 1580 in Kent County, England.
  M vi Christopher Thomas

George Mixon [Parents] 1 was born in 1702 in Gloucester County, VA. He died in 1779 in Beaufort County, NC. He married Elizabeth [--?--] (2) before 1730 in NC.

George Mixon farmed a plantation of about 300 acres.

Elizabeth [--?--] (2) was born about 1710. She died about 1776 in NC. She married George Mixon before 1730 in NC.

They had the following children:

  F i Martha Mixon 1 was born about 1730 in Hyde County, NC. She died after 1779.
  M ii Salathiel Mixon 1 was born in 1732 in Hyde County, NC. He died in 1782 in New Hanover County, NC.

Salathiel Mixon had three children; Ann, Mary (Polly), and Michael.
  M iii Elijah D. Mixon
  M iv Zedekiah Mixon

Jacques Swaim [Parents] was born about 1709 in New Utrecht, Kings County, NY. He died before 1762. He married Elizabeth [--?--] (3) about 1739.

Jacques Swaim was also called Jacob. He and Elizabeth married and had
children in the territory which became Ohio.

Elizabeth [--?--] (3) was born about 1717. She died after 1762 in Rowan County, NC. She married Jacques Swaim about 1739.

They had the following children:

  M i Adam Swaim was born about 1740. He died after 1768.
  M ii John Swaim (3) was born about 1742. He died after 1776.
  M iii Peter Swaim was born about 1745. He died after 1776.

Job Felton [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 1735 in Surry County, NC. He died in 1811 in Oglethorpe County, GA. He married Elizabeth [--?--] (4) about 1740.

Job Felton's will also mentions two other sons -- John and Uriah. I
have no further information on them. Elizabeth Speer probably was
Job's second wife, a widow, and the mother of John and Uriah.
Sources have reported Job's second marriage occurring on 15 Sep 1786
in Surry County, NC.

Elizabeth [--?--] (4) was born about 1722. She died before 1786. She married Job Felton about 1740.

Note: her surname was either Speer or Harrell.

They had the following children:

  F i Jemima Felton
  F ii Orpha Felton 1 was born about 1744. She died after 1812.

married to Unknown Gideon.
  F iii Sally Felton 1 was born about 1746. She died after 1812.

married to Azariah Denne.
  F iv Phillis Felton was born about 1748. She died after 1812.

married to Unknown Gentry.
  F v Senath Felton 1 was born about 1750. She died in Sep 1852.

married to James H. Hembree/Hembry.
  M vi Amariah Felton 1 was born in 1751. He died on 3 Sep 1846.

married to (1) Agnes Gentry, (2) Rachel Davis.
  F vii Winney Felton was born about 1755. She died before 1811.

married to William Gideon.
  M viii William J. Felton 1 was born on 25 Mar 1764. He died on 22 Nov 1828 in SC.

married to Mary Gary.
  F ix Ruth Felton 1 was born about 1765. She died after 1812.

married to John Solomon Rainwater.
  M x Harrell Felton
  F xi Rhoda Felton 1 was born about 1769. She died after 1812.

married to Abraham Padgett.
  F xii Rachel Felton
  M xiii Uriah H. Felton was born after 1775 in NC. He died about 1818 in GA.
  M xiv John Felton 1 was born about 1790 in Oglethorpe County, GA. He died in 1870 in GA.

John married Polly D. Smith, 8 Feb 1816 in Oglethorpe County, GA;
they had a son named William Harrell Felton (b. 1823), who was a
surgeon and a congressman representing Georgia.
Source: Genealogical History of the Felton Family, page 399.

John Piggotte was born before 1750. He died in 1792 in Darlington County, SC. He married Elizabeth [--?--] (5) before 1774.

Elizabeth [--?--] (5) was born about 1755. She died before 1820. She married John Piggotte before 1774.

They had the following children:

  M i Thomas Piggott
  M ii Charles Piggott was born in 1776 in Cheraws District, SC. He died in 1816 in SC.

William Weatherly [Parents] 1 was born about 1739 in Dorchester County, MD. He died in Oct 1805 in Guilford County, NC. He married Elizabeth [--?--] (6) about 1760.

Elizabeth [--?--] (6) 1 was born after 1740. She died after 1770. She married William Weatherly about 1760.

They had the following children:

  M i Joseph Weatherly was born after 1760. He died after 1770.
  M ii Job Weatherly
  F iii Mary Weatherly 1 was born after 1761 in Guilford County, NC. She died after 1800.
  M iv Jeremiah Weatherly
  M v Levi Weatherly 1 was born in 1770 in Guilford County, NC. He died before 1840 in Wilson County, TN.

Martin Middleton (2) [Parents] 1 was born about 1806 in Marion County, SC. He died after 1850. He married Elizabeth [--?--] (7) before 1831.

Elizabeth [--?--] (7) was born in 1806 in GA. She died before 1858. She married Martin Middleton (2) before 1831.

They had the following children:

  F i Cassinda Hines Middleton
  M ii James Middleton was born about 1835 in AL. He died after 1856.
  M iii Chesty K. Middleton was born about 1837 in AL. He died after 1857.
  F iv Amanda A. Middleton was born about 1838 in AL. She died about 1855 in AL.
  F v Caroline J. Middleton was born about 1840 in AL. She died after 1860.
  M vi Red Berry Middleton
  M vii Judge Samuel Middleton was born in 1844 in AL. He died after 1900.
  M viii Stephen Middleton was born about 1846 in AL. He died in Mar 1880.

John Mixon I 1, 2, 3, 4 was born in 1610 in Kent County, England. He died in 1655 in Gloucester County, VA. He married Ellen [--?--].

John Mixon I is the headright of the Mixon/Mixson family in America.
In 1650 he arrived in Farnham, VA from England aboard the ship
"Orange," under Captain Moore Fantleroy, as indicated in the Virginia
Land Records.
It has been speculated by some researchers that the father of John
Mixon I was Richard Maxen of London, England, a wood monger and
spectacle maker who died around 1682. Richard's wife was Elizabeth [--
?--]. There has been no conclusive supporting evidence found.
2008 Joe Defazio <ancestor2b@yahoo.com>

Ellen [--?--] was born after 1620. She died before 1680. She married John Mixon I.

They had the following children:

  M i John Mixon II

John R. Salter was born about 1840. He died on 22 Jan 1863 in AL. He married Emily [--?--].

John Salter served the Confederacy as a private in the Civil War, 2nd
Alabama Infantry, Company E. Wounded in battle, he died in Stabler's
Hospital at Greenville, AL. His widow Emily applied for a service
pension in May 1889.
It is possible that John R. Salter was a descendant of James Salter
of SC, but this connection is speculative.

Emily [--?--] was born about 1840. She died after 1889. She married John R. Salter.

They had the following children:

  M i George Washington Salter

Parvin Hill Swaim [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 was born on 9 Nov 1887 in TX. He died before 1970. He married Florice [--?--] in 1910 in TX.

Parvin Swaim and his brother Aubrey were observers of the test flight
of the Ezekiel Airship in 1902, one year before the Wright Brothers'
famous flight. The ship is claimed to have stayed aloft for 160 feet
before the pilot turned off the engine to land.
The Ezekiel Airship was one of many inventions of the Reverend
Burrell Cannon of Pittsburg, Camp County, Texas. A skilled engineer
and Baptist preacher, Cannon based his design on descriptions of a
flying machine in the Bible's Book of Ezekiel. Over $25,000 was paid
by investors to the Ezekiel Airship Company to begin production.
The prototype Ezekiel Airship was destroyed during a rail transit
accident, en route to the 1902 World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri. A
second prototype was built, but crashed during a test flight. No
other airships were built after that, and Rev. Cannon entered the
sawmill business.
A Texas state historical marker in Pittsburg denotes the site of the
original Airship flight.
- 2006 Joe Defazio ancestor2b@yahoo.com

Florice [--?--] 1 was born in 1891 in TX. She died after 1930. She married Parvin Hill Swaim in 1910 in TX.

They had the following children:

  F i Aubrey Jeteliene Swaim
  F ii Grace Swaim (2) 1 was born in 1920 in Pittsburg, Camp County, TX. She died before 2005.

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