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Ahnentafel Report of James David Webb's Children ............................................................................................1 Map....................................................................................................................................................................198 Timeline.............................................................................................................................................................205 Index..................................................................................................................................................................289

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Ancestors of Adam William Webb

Generation No. 1 1. Adam William Webb, born 05 Sep 1984 in St. Louis Park MN. He was the son of 2. James David Webb and 3. Julie Antoinette Downey. More About Adam William Webb: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001 Generation No. 2 2. James David Webb, born 29 Jan 1958 in Cleveland OH. He was the son of 4. John William Webb and 5. Thelma Jennine Bates. He married 3. Julie Antoinette Downey 23 Jun 1980 in First Presbyterian Church, Wausau Wisconsin. 3. Julie Antoinette Downey, born 27 Apr 1959 in Barbados West Indies. She was the daughter of 6. Kenneth Downey and 7. Antoinette Marie Monroig. Notes for James David Webb: Author of this family tree More About James David Webb: Date born 2: 29 Jan 1958, Cleveland OH Record Change 1: 22 Jul 2001 Record Change 2: 24 Jul 2001 More About Julie Antoinette Downey: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001 Children of James Webb and Julie Downey are:

i. Paul Anthony Webb, born 23 Jul 1982 in Roanoke VA. More About Paul Anthony Webb: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001 1 ii. iii. Adam William Webb, born 05 Sep 1984 in St. Louis Park MN. Karina Elizabeth Webb, born 10 Jun 1989 in Robbinsdale MN. More About Karina Elizabeth Webb: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001

Generation No. 3 4. John William Webb, born 14 Feb 1927 in Renssalaer, Ind.. He was the son of 8. George Finley Webb and 9. Irene Lodana Underwood. He married 5. Thelma Jennine Bates 11 Aug 1951 in OH. 5. Thelma Jennine Bates, born 12 Nov 1930 in Fremont OH. She was the daughter of 10. Dr. Lester Noah Bates and 11. Nora Pauline Jennings. Notes for John William Webb: [excerpts Webb History by John William Webb 1997] The social center in the era I remember, 1930's and 40's was three-fold. The first was immediate family gatherings with 4 or 5 generations of uncles, cousins, and parents. The Webb's could consume more home made ice cream that an army regiment. Underwood gatherings were less frequent with one or two families at a time. At the Webb

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gatherings there were always two croquet games going, even after dark as they strung up lights (after electricity came to the farms in1938). The second social center was Second Mount Pleasant Church, just off SR44 5 miles. east of Franklin. They had a few hundred members, mostly farm families. Now they have only a handful of members, as the farms have been sold off to large groups, and people are more mobile. The third social center was Reunions. These were held at the park on Sunday PM. I remember some of the best fried chicken, potatoes and gravy\' , and pies I have eaten. Since we were related to Webbs, Underwoods, Pattersons, Owens, Dukes, Beards, Fishers, and many others, we went to one about every week. With the dispersion of families today, these are a thing of the past.

More About John William Webb: Record Change 1: 24 Jul 2001 Record Change 2: 22 Jul 2001 More About Thelma Jennine Bates: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001 Child of John William Webb is: Children of John Webb and Thelma Bates are:

2 i. ii. James David Webb, born 29 Jan 1958 in Cleveland OH; married Julie Antoinette Downey 23 Jun 1980 in First Presbyterian Church, Wausau Wisconsin. Kathy Sue Webb, born 04 Dec 1954 in Cleveland OH; married Anthony Blair Williams 1976 in Wausau WI. More About Kathy Sue Webb: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001 More About Anthony Blair Williams: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001 iii. Sara Lynn Webb, born 10 Aug 1955 in Cleveland OH; married John Woodbury 1976 in St Paul MN. More About Sara Lynn Webb: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001 More About John Woodbury: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001 iv. Mark William Webb, born 01 Jul 1958 in Inchon Korea; married Sun Jong; born in Pusan Korea. More About Mark William Webb: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001 More About Sun Jong: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001 v. Paula Jean Webb, born 11 May 1961 in Dayton OH; married Michael Clark Abt. 1984 in Wausau WI; born 1961 in WI. More About Paula Jean Webb: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001 More About Michael Clark: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001

6. Kenneth Downey, born 1941 in Barbados, West Indies. He was the son of 12. William Downey and 13.

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Beryl Beatrice McConney. He married 7. Antoinette Marie Monroig 1958 in Barbados. 7. Antoinette Marie Monroig, born 1943 in Trinidad, West Indies. She was the daughter of 14. Victor Jose Monroig Delgado and 15. Eulalie Marie Defario. Child of Kenneth Downey and Antoinette Monroig is:

3 i. Julie Antoinette Downey, born 27 Apr 1959 in Barbados West Indies; married James David Webb 23 Jun 1980 in First Presbyterian Church, Wausau Wisconsin.

Generation No. 4 8. George Finley Webb, born 13 Dec 1901 in Franklin (Johnson) IN; died 08 Sep 1980 in Franklin (Johnson) IN. He was the son of 16. Guilford Webb and 17. Bertha Owens. He married 9. Irene Lodana Underwood 20 Aug 1925. 9. Irene Lodana Underwood, born Abt. 1900; died 29 Jul 1993. She was the daughter of 18. Pearl Underwood and 19. Cora A. Bellows. Notes for George Finley Webb: GEORGE F. WEBB DIES AT FRANKLIN George F. Webb, United Methodist Home, Franklin, a retired physics teacher, died suddenly at the Health care Centre after a three week illness. He formerly lived at 1230 Hillview Drive in Franklin. Born Dec. 13, 1901 in Franklin to Guilford and Bertha (Owens) Webb, he was a 1920 graduate of Franklin High School and a 1924 graduate of Franklin College where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Survivors include: his wife, Irene Lodana (Underwood) Webb; whom he married Aug. 20, 1925; sons, John William Webb of Wausau, Wisconsin., and Dr. David Underwood Webb of Rochester, Mich., a brother, Dr. Harold Webb, of Urbana, Ill., and eight grandchildren. Interment will be at Greenlawn Cemetery in Franklin. He was preceded in death by three brothers, Merril Webb, Landen Webb and Loren Webb. My grandfather was a physics teacher at Lakewood High School in Lakewood Ohio for many years. He received his master's degree from Indiana University and was a teaching assistant for Western Reserve University extension in Lakewood. He worked summers as a ticket agent summers for the D and C (Detroit and Cleveland - and Buffalo) boat line - long defunct - at the 9th street pier. He was a religious and upstanding person; serving as a church deacon in Lakewood. He also attended 2nd Mount Pleasant Church in Franklin Indiana after his retirement. More About George Finley Webb: Burial: Franklin (Johnson) IN Record Change: 24 Jul 2001 Notes for Irene Lodana Underwood: IRENE L. UNDERWOOD WEBB, 93, Franklin, dies Thursday. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in Wright Memorial Chapel of the Franklin Methodist Home, with calling two hours beforehand . She was the widow of George F. Webb. Memorial contributions may be made to Second MT. Pleasant Baptist Church,rural Franklin, of which she was a member. Survivors: sons, John W. and Dr. David U. Webb; brother, Paul Underwood ; eight grandchildren; 11great-grandchildren. Vandivier-Parsley Funeral Home, Franklin, handing arrangements.

Pictured is Irene in sunday school. Her sister Margaruite is on her left. More About Irene Lodana Underwood: Record Change: 24 Jul 2001

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Children of George Webb and Irene Underwood are:

4 i. ii. John William Webb, born 14 Feb 1927 in Renssalaer, Ind.; married (2) Thelma Jennine Bates 11 Aug 1951 in OH. David Underwood Webb, born 11 Apr 1937 in Cleveland OH. More About David Underwood Webb: Record Change: 22 Jul 2001

10. Dr. Lester Noah Bates, born 1896 in Ohio; died 1961 in Fremont, Ohio. He was the son of 20. Joseph Bates and 21. Rose Carrie Young. He married 11. Nora Pauline Jennings 28 Nov 1929 in Clyde, Ohio. 11. Nora Pauline Jennings, born 1906 in Ohio; died 1985 in Wausau WI. She was the daughter of 22. Arthur Jennings and 23. Eva Metzgar. Children of Lester Bates and Nora Jennings are:

5 i. ii. Thelma Jennine Bates, born 12 Nov 1930 in Fremont OH; married John William Webb 11 Aug 1951 in OH. Carolyn Sue Bates, born 03 Aug 1935 in Fremont, OH; married John Lau.

12. William Downey, born 1912 in Barbados; died 1969 in Barbados. He was the son of 24. Iven Oliver Downey and 25. Rose Charge. He married 13. Beryl Beatrice McConney. 13. Beryl Beatrice McConney, born 1911; died 1983 in Barbados. She was the daughter of 26. John Adolphus McConney. Notes for Beryl Beatrice McConney: Her parents were well off and thought she married 'below her station'. Child of William Downey and Beryl McConney is:

6 i. Kenneth Downey, born 1941 in Barbados, West Indies; married Antoinette Marie Monroig 1958 in Barbados.

14. Victor Jose Monroig Delgado, born 10 Apr 1907 in Hatillo, Puerto Rico; died 16 Mar 1975 in VA Hospital Northport, Huntington, Suffolk CO, Long Island New York. He was the son of 28. Jose Catalino Monroig and 29. Francisca Delgado Rodriguez. He married 15. Eulalie Marie Defario. 15. Eulalie Marie Defario, born 1919 in Lisbon, Portugal; died 1987 in Barbados West Indies. Notes for Victor Jose Monroig Delgado: His name on Antoinette's birth certificate is listed as VIctor Joseph Monroig. Social Security Application for VIctor Joseph Monroig (1936) listed parents as Catalino Monroig and Francis Delgado. death locality: zip 11725 Localities: Commack, Suffolk, New York Merrick Woods, Suffolk, New York

More About Victor Jose Monroig Delgado: Burial: 20 Mar 1975, Long Island National Cemetary Notes for Eulalie Marie Defario: Eulalie, as she was known, was Portugese. She moves as a girl to Trinidad to escape the revolution - her father was owned vineyards near Lisbon. The name DeFurio is Itailan and translates as "the furious"

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Pictures are when she was in late teens; and in 1968 with husband. Child of Victor Delgado and Eulalie Defario is:

7 i. Antoinette Marie Monroig, born 1943 in Trinidad, West Indies; married (1) Edward Curtis; married (2) Kenneth Downey 1958 in Barbados.

Generation No. 5 16. Guilford Webb, born 09 Sep 1871; died 09 Aug 1935 in Methodist Hospital, Indpls, IN. He was the son of 32. James Finley Webb and 33. Mary Angeline Beard. He married 17. Bertha Owens. 17. Bertha Owens, born 1873; died 1955. She was the daughter of 34. George Owens and 35. Eliza Patterson. Notes for Guilford Webb: GUILFORD WEBB DIES FRIDAY AT HOSPITAL AFTER LONG ILLNESS Prominent County Farmer Passes Away Suddenly--Services to be Arranged Guilford Webb, age 63, one of Johnson county's most successful farmers died suddenly Friday afternoon at 12:15 o'clock at the Methodist hospital in Indianapolis. He had been in failing health since March 25, 1935, but had been critically ill for only a few weeks. Death was caused by pneumonia following an operation which he underwent shortly after being taken to the hospital on July 27. Funeral arrangements have not been made, pending word from relatives from Ohio and California. Guilford Webb was born September 9, 1871, the son of James F. and Mary A. Beard Webb. He spent practically all his life in the county where he was educated and reared. He attended Franklin College..............at this point the obituary is continued on another page which is missing...... [excerpts Webb History by John William Webb 1997] My grandparents, Guilford and Bertha Owens Webb lived on a farm out the ShelbyviIle Road, 2 Mi. from town. I have a picture of them in from of it, along v.rith their mode of transportation, a horse and buggy. The house sho\vn was later replace with a more modern one around 1900. At present, my cousin Virginia Webb Davis and her family live in the house. .-\.[ound 1910, they built a house 1/4 mi. west. It is the large house \\~th the big brick front porch is back from the road on a knoll. There they raised their 5 boys. The had 120 acres and rented another 80 which was a big spread for those da)'s. Dad said they had 6 teams of horses before tractors, one for each son and one for Guilford as a spare. Dad said that about 40 acres was used to raise the hay needed to fuel the horses. It is a great house with LR, DR, MER, extra BR on the back, large kitchen, music room on the right and a pump house on the left. There were three BR, a large hall with alcove, and storage on the second floor. Also, big plus for the 20's -the house had an indoor bath room on first. They milked a number of cows so there was a 6 by 8 milk house near the back door. AJso, there was a smoke house just in back where they stored the smoked meat from their beef processing. A wood shed for the winter's supply of wood was also in back. Ina fenced area further back was the chicken yard complete with two hen houses. And as an added attraction there was a two hole[ outside privy. We were encouraged to use it to save water and septic waste, even in winter. They also had two barns complete with corn cribs and big hay lofts, one for horses and one for cows. There was a garage/shed in the barn lot, a long way from the house. Originally it stored equipment like hay rakes and horse drawn hay mowers. Later it housed tractors and automobiles when they

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came on the scene. To the east, there was a three acre lot for pigs. including two water pits and sties. In the middle of the pig area was a complete blacksmith shop. I remember it being used to make horseshoes and repair metal parts for equipment. It had a gigantic bellows to heating the metals. It was disassembled in the 30's and sent to the town junk yard, I hate to think what it would be worth today as a group of antiques. I once learned that the three acres, in the 1800's, had been an orchard -apples, cherries, pears, etc. So you can see that they were very self sufficient as wall as being able to produce crops for sale. I have a farm log from the 20's in Guilford's handwriting showing a year's transactions. He had beautiful Calligraphy hand\\rfiting. In the 20's, they installed a DELCO electrical system. It consisted of large batteries and a gas driven DC generator. Therefore they were electrified. In The late thirties, rural electrification by the government brought in electricity to all the farms in the area. This was a great boon, to say the least. Their day, for much of their lives, consisted of arising at 5 :00 and doing chores, milking, feeding and watering the livestock and chickens, gathering eggs, and getting ready for the day. Bertha started the wood stove, and prepared big breakfast, bread, and pies for the day. My favorite breakfast was fried mush with maple service. What ever happened to fried mush? Household chores were done by hand; sewing, darning, separating cream, making butter, washing, doing dishes, beating rugs outdoors, and ironing by alternating two solid irons heated on the cook stove. Bertha and Eliza did a lot of canning in glass bell jars from vegetables to mince-meat. They were stored in a big cold room in the basement. Outdoor farming was hard and hot ( according to dad). There was seeding, plowing, cutting reaping, picking tomatoes and other crops by hand. These became easier when tractors and improved farm equipment came along. Fertilizer was home made by livestock in the two barns. Spreading the manure by spreader was not one of my favorite pastimes, although I helped some summers. I also was intrigued in the 30's watching the trains go by at the rear of the Webb farm. It was called "The Jerkwater Line". I'm not sure that this was the official name. The line went from Franklin to Needham to Urne)'Ville to a number of other towns where grain elevators were located. The steam engine v.'ould go past foreword and return a little later going backward with cars loaded with grain, corn, and other fann products. It unloaded at one end of the line, but couldn't turn around. They worked 6 dyas a week and took Sunday off to attend church morning and again evening for a number of years. Sunday work, except necessary chores like milking, was forbidden as well as Sunday pleasures like fising. As Baptisdts at that time there were no cards or dancing. Pictures included: Guilford and Grandson John William Webb feeding pigs Guilford, Bertah, Etta Webb FIscher, and mother-in-law Eliza

Children of Guilford Webb and Bertha Owens are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. Loren Webb Merrill Webb Harold Webb Landon Webb George Finley Webb, born 13 Dec 1901 in Franklin (Johnson) IN; died 08 Sep 1980 in Franklin (Johnson) IN; married Irene Lodana Underwood 20 Aug 1925.

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18. Pearl Underwood, born 1872; died 1947. He was the son of 36. Zachariah Underwood and 37. Catherine Duke. He married 19. Cora A. Bellows 03 Mar 1897 in Morgan CO Indiana. 19. Cora A. Bellows, born 1876; died 1957. She was the daughter of 38. William R. Bellow and 39. Martha DeHoney. Notes for Pearl Underwood: [excerpts Webb History by John William Webb 1997]

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My grandparents, Pearl and Cora Underwood were originally farmers. They o\vned a farm NE of Franklin where they raised their five children. They attended Second Mount Pleasant Baptist church which is where my parents met. They lost the farm in the depression. I have heard mixed reports that their farm land was not too good and alternately that Pearl was not too good at farming. They then, in the 30's, lived in Franklin on East Jefferson across from a park where I chased cra\vfish in the stream in the park. Pearl worked at odd jobs. In the late 30's and 40's they had a position in Ft. Wayne at a state farm for retarded boys and men. They were the overseers of the farm on which the boys and men worked. There were about 30 of them and they liv.ed in a donn. They were treated well, ate well, and were treated to periodic outings such as baseball games. My grandparents were good foster parents to the men and boys. We had a lot of Underwood family good rimes during their years at Ft. Wayne. We played Eucher every night and ate cinnamon toast -with a lot of family members. When they retired they lived at 801 N. Graham in Franklin. They had a big garden which helped sustain them. The main RR line ran in back of their property so lots of noisy trains went by. When I stayed there, they kept me awake, but they didn't even hear them as they were used to them. Pearl died at 75 or so. I do remember his last words to me when he was terminally ill, "John, live a good an useful life". Cora died at 83 in the Franklin hospital.

Notes for Cora A. Bellows: [excerpts Webb History by John William Webb 1997] My grandmother, Cora Bellows Underwood, came from a large family, but they lived in Indianapolis and northern Indiana, so didn't have much contact with any of them. My mother thought that some of them we're not too "cool" -an understatement. I did meet one of them, Uncle Cal, who mother said was quite a "chaser" -who knows. Her other Bellows siblings were brothers Ross, Wiley, and Jesse and a sister who died very young. Children of Pearl Underwood and Cora Bellows are:

9 i. ii. Irene Lodana Underwood, born Abt. 1900; died 29 Jul 1993; married George Finley Webb 20 Aug 1925. Paul Underwood Notes for Paul Underwood: A reserve on Franklin 'Wonder Five' team that won third straight state title in 1922 under Hall of Famer 'Griz' Wagner...also starred in track...at Franklin College, played basketball two years, football three, and track two...coached 16 years at Culver High School, winning 7 county championships, five sectionals and two regionals...coached 27 years at Goshen where he was also athletic director...established the Goshen Relays, the largest high school track meet in the Midwest...was named Goshen's first city park superintendent...winner of Franklin College Athletic Achievement Award. iii. Maragerite Underwood

20. Joseph Bates, born 1858; died 1936. He was the son of 40. Thomas Bates and 41. Eleanor Stokes. He married 21. Rose Carrie Young 02 Oct 1890 in Fremont OH. 21. Rose Carrie Young, born 07 Aug 1866 in Collins, Huron, Ohio; died 1948. She was the daughter of 42. Noah Young and 43. Emma Jarrett. Notes for Joseph Bates: Joseph was a factory worker at Henckel Clauss, maker of knives and shears..

Notes for Rose Carrie Young: Rose was fine seamstress and traveled to Fremont to do sewing for families. There she met and married Joseph Bates Children of Joseph Bates and Rose Young are:

10 i. ii. Dr. Lester Noah Bates, born 1896 in Ohio; died 1961 in Fremont, Ohio; married Nora Pauline Jennings 28 Nov 1929 in Clyde, Ohio. Verna May Bates, born 03 May 1892; married Ray Goebel.

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22. Arthur Jennings, born 1878; died 1953 in Ohio. He was the son of 44. Cyrus Brickner Jennings and 45. Electa Leist. He married 23. Eva Metzgar 1901. 23. Eva Metzgar, born 1875; died 1958. She was the daughter of 46. Henry Vail Metzgar and 47. Elizabeth Petticord. Notes for Arthur Jennings: Arthur Jennings was a school janitor in Clyde Ohio. He and his wife are remembered very fondly by their granddaughter Thelma Notes for Eva Metzgar: The Metzgars were german - a family of evangilists. originally. The Metzgar and Petticord families lived in Seneca County OH. Arthur Jennings came to the area to visit relatives, met, and married Eva taking her back to Liberty center OH Child of Arthur Jennings and Eva Metzgar is:

11 i. Nora Pauline Jennings, born 1906 in Ohio; died 1985 in Wausau WI; married Dr. Lester Noah Bates 28 Nov 1929 in Clyde, Ohio.

24. Iven Oliver Downey He was the son of 48. Mr Downey. He married 25. Rose Charge. 25. Rose Charge, born Abt. 1885; died Abt. 1985. She was the daughter of 50. Sir Edward Charge. Child of Iven Downey and Rose Charge is:

12 i. William Downey, born 1912 in Barbados; died 1969 in Barbados; married Beryl Beatrice McConney.

26. John Adolphus McConney, born 18 Sep 1863 in Pilgrims Place, Barbados. He was the son of 52. John Richard Boxill McConney and 53. Francis Turpin Bynoe. Notes for John Adolphus McConney: Parents were well off and immigrated from Scotland per K Downey The McConneys appear to be originally from Scotland, & although associated by some with the Monmouth Rebellion, there have been McConney's on Barbados since the 1600's (also spelled Macahonahee, Maconnie, etc). John's birthday listed here is actually chrisioning date. In 1912 he resided in St. Phillip Barbados. Some of the McConney children (Beryl was the 9th) emigrated to NYC John Adolphus, lived in & operated a grocery in Rock Hall, St Philip. They , he & his wife, later bought the house of Pilgrim Plantation in XCh when it was subdivided.

Child of John Adolphus McConney is:

13 i. Beryl Beatrice McConney, born 1911; died 1983 in Barbados; married William Downey.

Children of John McConney and Ida Greenidge are:

i. ii. iii. Owen Upland McConney, born 1898. Reginald Oliver McConney, born Abt. 1890. Fitz Adolphus McConney

28. Jose Catalino Monroig He married 29. Francisca Delgado Rodriguez. 29. Francisca Delgado Rodriguez She was the daughter of 58. Felipe Monroig Perdigon Delgado and 59. Florentina Delgado Abreu.

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Notes for Jose Catalino Monroig: Victor's Social Security Number was 064-07-8187. He was employed by Kellogg Service Inc (Irving Place Ney York NY) in 1936. Previously employed with Park Land Corp 299 Park Ave, NY NY

Notes for Francisca Delgado Rodriguez: From 1910 Census MUNICIPIO: Hatillo BARRIO: Pajuil URBANO O RURAL: Rural

22 14 14 Delgado Gonzalez, Angel Jefe 19 23 Velazquez Monrouzeau de Delgado, Francisca Esposa 21 24 Delgado Velazquez, Angel M

Children of Jose Monroig and Francisca Rodriguez are:

14 i. Victor Jose Monroig Delgado, born 10 Apr 1907 in Hatillo, Puerto Rico; died 16 Mar 1975 in VA Hospital Northport, Huntington, Suffolk CO, Long Island New York; married (1) Anna Monroig; married (2) Eulalie Marie Defario. Carmen Rosa Monroig Delgado Elías del Carmen (Carmelo) Monroig Delgado Alejandrina Monroig Delgado Teodora Monroig Delgado Francisco Monroig Delgado Julio Monroig Delgado

ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii.

Generation No. 6 32. James Finley Webb, born 29 Apr 1842. He was the son of 64. Zachariah Webb and 65. Nancy Ann Hough. He married 33. Mary Angeline Beard 14 Jan 1868. 33. Mary Angeline Beard, born 22 Sep 1849 in INDIANA; died 25 Jan 1922. She was the daughter of 66. William Beard and 67. Mary Jane Tucker. Notes for James Finley Webb: James F Webb was a co-founder of Franklin College and the Franklin Bank in Franklin Indiana. He helped construct the current 2nd Mount Pleasant Babtist Church building near Franlin. [excerpts Webb History by John William Webb 1997] My great grandfather James died before I was born. Grandpa Guilford told stories about how James and his father Zachariah and families cleared land and started the farms in the early and mid-1800's. I have a lot of family tools in my tool collection from these family farms, which were in Bethel Webb's garage which she gave to me ther Bellows siblings were brothers Ross, Wiley, and Jesse and a sister who died very young.

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James's gggrandson James David Webb is in possesion of his mantle clock which still runs perfectly Notes for Mary Angeline Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. 1850 Census, IN, Johnson Co., Clark Twp. M 432-155 84/84 Children of James Webb and Mary Beard are:

i. Cora Etta Webb, born 17 Nov 1868; married Elmond Fischer. Notes for Elmond Fischer: Elman Fischer was a prosperous businessman. He owned a grain facility in Needham Indiana. 16 ii. iii. Guilford Webb, born 09 Sep 1871; died 09 Aug 1935 in Methodist Hospital, Indpls, IN; married Bertha Owens. Wallace Webb, born 12 Sep 1873.

34. George Owens, born 1840; died 1904. He was the son of 68. John Owens and 69. Mary Fisher. He married 35. Eliza Patterson. 35. Eliza Patterson, born 1849; died 1945. She was the daughter of 70. John Robert Patterson and 71. Sarah Ann Stewart. Notes for Eliza Patterson: [excerpts Webb History by John William Webb 1997] The one I do remember was Eliza Owens, my Grandmother Bertha Webb's mother. She lived with Guilford and Bertha for a number of years -some what to Guilford's consternation I'm told. She was a pleasant, family interested lady. I remember talking about the civil war with her. She lived 1849 to 1945, so remembered family members going off to fight. She said they were afraid that the fighting would come ~orth and get into south and central Indian, but it never did. She passed away while I was in Na\'Y. Boot camp so could not attend her funeral in 1945. She was quite a competitor a caroms till she was well into her 90's. Picture includes one with her grandson john william webb. Child of George Owens and Eliza Patterson is:

17 i. Bertha Owens, born 1873; died 1955; married Guilford Webb.

36. Zachariah Underwood, born 1838; died 1912. He was the son of 72. Benjamin Franklin Underwood and 73. Mary Jane Ford. He married 37. Catherine Duke 22 Jul 1871 in Indiana. 37. Catherine Duke, born 1842 in Indiana; died 23 Mar 1918 in Indiana. She was the daughter of 74. Washington Duke and 75. Rosana Etter. Notes for Zachariah Underwood: Zahariah's ancestory is fuzzy. Father BF Underwood was culled from genforum postings. Father also could have been Jacob Underwook son of JOhn Underwood and Pricilla Cox from PA Child of Zachariah Underwood and Catherine Duke is:

18 i. Pearl Underwood, born 1872; died 1947; married Cora A. Bellows 03 Mar 1897 in Morgan CO Indiana.

38. William R. Bellow, born 1848 in OH. He was the son of 76. William Bellew and 77. Mary Roseberry. He married 39. Martha DeHoney 30 Dec 1874 in Morgan CO Indiana. 39. Martha DeHoney, born 1860 in Indiana. Notes for William R. Bellow: info about Waverly IN (near martinsville):

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The proposed construction of the Central Canal caused a boom and Waverly was born. Waverly was on the canals' path from Broad Ripple to Martinsville. In 1831 Cornelius Free contracted Benjamin Sweet of Martinsville to build the largest grist mill in the state. It was four and a half stories high and had five sets of stones. As many as a hundred wagons at a time are reported to have waited for service. J.H.B. Nowland followed with the first store in 1838. In anticipation of the canal, Free went on to build a sawmill, storehouse, corn drying kiln, and a woolen factory. Far West was just east of what is now Waverly and was absorbed when the post office name changed to Waverly in 1855. The population had grown to 150 by 1870. The canal project had gone bankrupt but the town continued to thrive. Among the lists of a dozen businesses in 1870 is: William Bellows, carpenter Census info: William BELLOWS Household Male -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Other Information: Birth Year <1848> Birthplace OH Age 32 Occupation Carpenter Marital Status M Race W Head of Household William BELLOWS Relation Self Father's Birthplace FRA Mother's Birthplace ENG -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Source Information: Census Place Harrison, Morgan, Indiana Family History Library Film 1254301 NA Film Number T9-0301 Page Number 15C Bellows is apparantly french, other spellings include bellew, BEAULIEU

Notes from boards: roots web: James Bellows b. abt 1755(possibly Long Island NY) brought his family to Washington Co around 1800. His wife is reported to be Mary Soote or Betsey (?), and his children: James, Elias, William, Benjamin, Samuel, and Anna. They settled in Belpre Twp.James m. Anna Culver, Elias m. (1)Martha Ellenwood (2)Clorinda Poe, Anna m. Wm. Humphrey, William m. Hannah Culver, Benjamin m. Elizabeth Littleton, and Samuel m. Ruth Bason. Some of the children went on to Meigs Co.,OH. Notes for Martha DeHoney: Census INfo Martha BELLOWS Household

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Female -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Other Information: Birth Year <1860> Birthplace IN Age 20 Occupation Housekeeper Marital Status M <Married> Race W <White> Head of Household William BELLOWS Relation Wife Father's Birthplace IN Mother's Birthplace KY -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Source Information: Census Place Harrison, Morgan, Indiana Family History Library Film 1254301 NA Film Number T9-0301 Jefforson CO Indiana 1850 census: 13 304 306 Dehoney Rhoads 65 M 14 304 306 Dehoney Nancy 55 F 15 304 306 Dehoney James R 22 M 16 304 306 Dehoney Francis M 19 M 17 304 306 Dehoney Emily 16 F 18 304 306 Dehoney John W 11 M

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Child of William Bellow and Martha DeHoney is:

19 i. Cora A. Bellows, born 1876; died 1957; married Pearl Underwood 03 Mar 1897 in Morgan CO Indiana.

40. Thomas Bates, born 1804; died 1879. He was the son of 80. Daniel Bates and 81. Sarah Osborne. He married 41. Eleanor Stokes 06 Nov 1834 in Sandusky OH. 41. Eleanor Stokes Notes for Eleanor Stokes: an Ellen Louisa Stokes was born 1806 in NJ. Daughter of Samuel Stokes and Susan Meyers Child of Thomas Bates and Eleanor Stokes is:

20 i. Joseph Bates, born 1858; died 1936; married Rose Carrie Young 02 Oct 1890 in Fremont OH.

42. Noah Young, born 24 Nov 1840 in Townsend OH; died 03 Jul 1917 in Collins Ohio. He was the son of 84. Mahlon Young and 85. Orilla Young. He married 43. Emma Jarrett. 43. Emma Jarrett, born 1844. She was the daughter of 86. Elias Jarrett and 87. Sarah Siphlet. Notes for Noah Young: Noah and Emma had four children. After Emma's death, Noah later married a younger woman but had no more children. This 2nd wife had been widowed after marriages to well-off older men. When Noah became ill, she would not permit visitors to the sick room unless whe was present. After Noah's death she inheritged all and remarried again. Eventuall;y it was found she fed arsenic to her husbands.

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Child of Noah Young and Emma Jarrett is:

21 i. Rose Carrie Young, born 07 Aug 1866 in Collins, Huron, Ohio; died 1948; married Joseph Bates 02 Oct 1890 in Fremont OH.

44. Cyrus Brickner Jennings, born 1854; died 1934. He was the son of 88. George Newton Jennings and 89. Sarah Jane Morrison. He married 45. Electa Leist. 45. Electa Leist, born 1856 in Henry OH; died 1945. She was the daughter of 90. William W. Leist and 91. Mary Ann Hartman. Child of Cyrus Jennings and Electa Leist is:

22 i. Arthur Jennings, born 1878; died 1953 in Ohio; married Eva Metzgar 1901.

46. Henry Vail Metzgar, born 1847; died 1917. He was the son of 92. Daniel Metzgar and 93. Sara Whiteman. He married 47. Elizabeth Petticord 1866. 47. Elizabeth Petticord, born 1849; died 1926. She was the daughter of 94. Daniel Petticord and 95. Sarah Rule. Child of Henry Metzgar and Elizabeth Petticord is:

23 i. Eva Metzgar, born 1875; died 1958; married Arthur Jennings 1901.

48. Mr Downey Notes for Mr Downey: This Downey and his wife imigrated fomr Ireland. He was a slaveholder (slavery in Barbados only ended in the 1900's). Downey Road in Barbados was named for him.

Child of Mr Downey is:

24 i. Iven Oliver Downey, married Rose Charge.

50. Sir Edward Charge Notes for Sir Edward Charge: Sir Edward was from the Stewart Royal family in the UK Child of Sir Edward Charge is:

25 i. Rose Charge, born Abt. 1885; died Abt. 1985; married Iven Oliver Downey.

52. John Richard Boxill McConney, born 01 Jan 1835 in Saint Michael, Barbados, Caribbean. He was the son of 104. John Francis McConney and 105. Elizabeth Olton. He married 53. Francis Turpin Bynoe 16 Sep 1857 in Saint Philip, Barbados. 53. Francis Turpin Bynoe Notes for John Richard Boxill McConney: John Richard Boxill lived in St Philip near Foul Bay. Child of John McConney and Francis Bynoe is:

26 i. John Adolphus McConney, born 18 Sep 1863 in Pilgrims Place, Barbados; married (2) Ida Clarence Greenidge.

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58. Felipe Monroig Perdigon Delgado, born in Canary Islands. He married 59. Florentina Delgado Abreu. 59. Florentina Delgado Abreu Child of Felipe Delgado and Florentina Abreu is:

29 i. Francisca Delgado Rodriguez, married Jose Catalino Monroig.

Generation No. 7 64. Zachariah Webb, born 09 Apr 1808 in Woodford County, KY; died 19 Mar 1889 in Shelby County, IN. He was the son of 128. John Webb and 129. Nancy "Peggy" Davies. He married 65. Nancy Ann Hough 10 Apr 1831 in Shelby County, IN. 65. Nancy Ann Hough, born 22 May 1813 in Xenia (Greene) OH; died 17 Jan 1884 in Shelby Co. IN. She was the daughter of 130. Joseph Hough and 131. Hannah Finley. Notes for Zachariah Webb: [e grubb ] 1. Bradley-Pelham Genealogy by Jesse C. Webb 2. Grubb Genealogy by Olive Grubb Devore . Zachariah and Nancy were married across the road from the Old Red Mill in Shelby County. As a boy, compiler camped out with the boy scouts at Walnut Grove campground which is on Sugar Creek near the site of the Old Red Mill and about five miles from where compiler grew up. More About Zachariah Webb: Burial: Johnson County, IN Notes for Nancy Ann Hough: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Bradley-Pelham Genealogy by Jesse C. Webb BIO: Nancy and Zachariah were married in 1831 in the brick house which stood until recently across the road from the Old Red Mill. Children of Zachariah Webb and Nancy Hough are:

i. A. Thomas Webb, died in Franklin (Johnson) IN. Notes for A. Thomas Webb: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] A. T. WEBB SUFFERS PARALYTIC STROKE Calls For Help Heard by Miss Carrie Beard Who Lives Next Door A. T. Webb, well-known Franklin citizen, who since the death of his wife a short time ago has lived alone at his home on West King street, suffered a paralytic strike at his home about 11 o'clock Saturday noght. His cries for help were heard by his niece, Miss Carrie Beard, who lives next door. Miss Beard went to the assistance of her uncle and summoned aid. His condition Monday was said to be unimproved. He is being cared for by Frank Utterback, who has nursing experience. ......................Some two weeks ago he announced the gift of a fine pipe organ as a memorial to Mrs. Webb, which was to be installed this summer at Second Mt. Pleasant church. When Mr. and Mrs. Webb were living on their

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farm in the church community, Mr. Webb was choir leader for many years. He specified that the organ be installed as soon as possible as he desired to be present for its dedication. He seemed to sense that his health might fail. More About A. Thomas Webb: Burial: East of Franklin ii. Hampton T. Webb Notes for Hampton T. Webb: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] A Newspaper article which discusses the contents of the will of Hampton Webb appeared in a Franklin, Indiana paper and is on file with the compiler. INSTITUTIONS, KIN FRIEND SHARE WEALTH OF HAMPTON T. WEBB Estate Estimated at $25,000 Admitted For Probate in Shelby Circuit Court Two hospitals, a Johnson county church, 27 relatives and two friends are listed as beneficiaries of the estate. Instructions for distribution are given in a will written on November 9, 1936. The article goes on to list all of the beneficiaries and amounts that each would receive. Some of the funds were to be held in trust to perpetuate the use, i.e. the gifts to institutions. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. Calvin Webb Bert Webb Eliza J. Webb, born 1832 in Indiana. John S. Webb, born 11 Nov 1833 in Shelby County, IN; died Mar 1907 in Franklin (Johnson) IN. Nancy Emily Webb, born Abt. 1835. More About Nancy Emily Webb: Burial: Second Mt Pleasant Cem, Johnson County, IN 32 viii. ix. x. James Finley Webb, born 29 Apr 1842; married Mary Angeline Beard 14 Jan 1868. William M. Webb, born 1843 in Indiana. Frances Angeline Webb, born 19 Feb 1845 in Shelby County, IN; died 17 Sep 1919 in Johnson County, IN; married Jesse Martin Beard 08 Mar 1863; born 01 Dec 1843 in Johnson County, IN; died 13 Nov 1919 in Johnson County, IN. Notes for Frances Angeline Webb: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] OBITUARY Frances Angeline Beard, daughter of Zachariah and Nacy Huff Webb, was born in the old homestead where her brother, Hamp Webb, now lives in Hendricks township, Shelby county, Indiana, on February 19, 1845, and died at her home Sept. 17, 1919, of a complication of diseases, aged seventy-three years six months and twenty-eight days. On March 8, 1863, at the old Webb homestead she was married to Jesse M. Beard. Four daughters were born to them, Mrs. Rae, Mrs. Sandefur, Mrs. Grubb and Miss Carrie Beard and these children with 13 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren, her four brothers, Calvin Webb of Anderson, Bert and Thomas Webb of Franklin and Hamp Webb of Hendricks township, Shelby county and her lonely husband, Mr. Jesse M. Beard, survive She had lived in Needham township ever since her marriage, over 56 years ago. They began life together in a log house. Later they built a new house.

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Here, they have lived, raised their family and here she died. She was one of the pioneers of Johnson county. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home, burial will be at the Second Mt. Pleasant church cemetery. The casket bearers will be all grandsons: Harry Ray, Webb Ray, Robert Ray, Clarence Sandefur, Burris Grubb and Paul Mozingo. More About Frances Angeline Webb: Burial: 2nd Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Johnson Co., IN Notes for Jesse Martin Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. GRUBB Family files given to compiler by Leta E. (GRIFFITH) GRUBB in IN. in 1994. 2. U.S. Census, IN; Johnson Co.; Clark Twp.; ?pg; HH/Fam #84/84 DEATH OF JESSE M. BEARD Just seven weeks after the death of his wife, Jesse M. Beard passed away ay his home north of Needham, the end coming at 1:30 o'clock this morning. All his children were at his bed side when the end came. Jesse M. Beard, the son of William and Mary Beard, was born Dec. 1, 1843. He was married to Angeline Webb on March 8, 1863. To their union four daughters were born, Mrs. W. J. Sandefur, Mrs. G. W. Ray, Mrs. Emma Grubb and Miss Carrie Beard. It is remarkable that no deaths in the family had occurred until the death of Mr. and Mrs. Beard. Funeral services will be held at the home Saturday at 1:30 o'clock and interment will be in the Second Mt Pleasant Cemetery. FUNERAL OF JESSE M. BEARD .................. Sis grandsons acted as casket bearers. They were: Chester Sandefur, Clarence Sandefur, Harry Ray, Webb Ray, Burris Grubb and Robert Ray. The flower bearers were also grandchildren: Miss Olive Devore, Miss Bessie Ray, Miss Edith Sandefur and Mrs. Mabel Coon.

!Jesse Martin Beard was the son of William and Mary Tucker Beard. He was born Dec. 1, 1844 (another source says 1843). He married Frances Angeline Webb, daughter of Zachariah and Nancy Hough Webb. They were married Mar. 8, 1863. Jesse Martin Beard died Nov. 13, 1919. His funeral was preached by Rev. F.M. Huckleberry, assisted by Rev. G.C. Chandler, burial in Second Mount Pleasant Cemetery. (Note: I believe his stone said 1843 - sdw). More About Jesse Martin Beard: Burial: 2nd Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Johnson Co., IN xi. Willis Webb, born 1848.

66. William Beard, born 25 Dec 1820 in Wayne Co. IN; died 15 Jul 1867 in Johnson County, IN. He was the son of 132. Jesse Beard and 133. Hannah White. He married 67. Mary Jane Tucker 18 Jul 1839 in Shelbyville (Shelby) IN. 67. Mary Jane Tucker, born 05 Dec 1822 in Butler County, OH; died 02 Sep 1898 in Johnson County, IN. She was the daughter of 134. III. Ephraim Tucker, III. and 135. Winnaford Hood. Notes for William Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. GRUBB Family History files given to compiler by Leta E. (GRIFFITH) GRUBB in IN. 1994.

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2. U.S. Census, 1850, INDIANA; Johnson County, Clark Twp.; ? pg., Household/Family #84/84. William Beard wrote his will on 6/16/1887 in Johnson County. He named his wife Mary Jane (Tucker) and sons: John, Jessee, William Oliver, and James Giford. He named daughters: Mary Angeline, Malinda Jane, Emily Ann, Idah May, and Martha Isabelle. He mentioned land owned in Johnson and Shelby Counties. Notes for Mary Jane Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. 1850 Census, IN, Johnson Co., Clark Twp., M 432-155 84/84 OBITUARY AN ESTIMABLE LADY After a long period of illness, Mary J. Beard died yesterday evening at 5 o'clock at her on Yandes and King street from general dibility. Monday she was compelled to take to her bed and on Tuesday she relapsed into unconsciousness in which she remained until her death. Deceased was the daughter of Ephriam and Winifred Tucker, and was born in Preble county, Ohio, December 5, 1822, and was in her seventy-sixth year. With her parents, at the age of fifteen, she came to Shelby county, Indiana, in 1837, where she resided until her marriage with William Beard, July 18, 1839, when she moved to Clark township, Johnson county, taking up their residence upon eighty acres of land that had been entered by her father. They were engertic and saving and at the time of Mr. Beard's death, July 15, 1867, they possessed over 1400 acres of fine farm lands in Needham and Clark townships. Deceased was the mother of several children that died in infancy and the following who lived to mature years: John, Jesse, Oliver, Mrs. Angie Webb, Jennie, James, Mrs. F. M. Hunt, Ida and Mrs. Mattie Atwood. Of these John, Jennie, James and Ida are deceased. Services and burial will be at the Second Mt. Pleasant church.

!Mary J. Tucker married William Beard July 18, 1839 in Shelby County, Indiana Book 4, page 68 Married by Benjamin Reese, Elder. More About Mary Jane Tucker: Burial: 2nd Mt. Pleasant Cem., Needham, IN Children of William Beard and Mary Tucker are:

i. ii. Ephraim Beard John (s/o Wm) Beard, born 04 Feb 1842 in Johnson County, IN; died 17 May 1888. Notes for John (s/o Wm) Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. 1850 Census, IN, Johnson Co., Clark Twp., M 432-155 iii. Jesse Martin Beard, born 01 Dec 1843 in Johnson County, IN; died 13 Nov 1919 in Johnson County, IN; married Frances Angeline Webb 08 Mar 1863; born 19 Feb 1845 in Shelby County, IN; died 17 Sep 1919 in Johnson County, IN.

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Notes for Jesse Martin Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. GRUBB Family files given to compiler by Leta E. (GRIFFITH) GRUBB in IN. in 1994. 2. U.S. Census, IN; Johnson Co.; Clark Twp.; ?pg; HH/Fam #84/84 DEATH OF JESSE M. BEARD Just seven weeks after the death of his wife, Jesse M. Beard passed away ay his home north of Needham, the end coming at 1:30 o'clock this morning. All his children were at his bed side when the end came. Jesse M. Beard, the son of William and Mary Beard, was born Dec. 1, 1843. He was married to Angeline Webb on March 8, 1863. To their union four daughters were born, Mrs. W. J. Sandefur, Mrs. G. W. Ray, Mrs. Emma Grubb and Miss Carrie Beard. It is remarkable that no deaths in the family had occurred until the death of Mr. and Mrs. Beard. Funeral services will be held at the home Saturday at 1:30 o'clock and interment will be in the Second Mt Pleasant Cemetery. FUNERAL OF JESSE M. BEARD .................. Sis grandsons acted as casket bearers. They were: Chester Sandefur, Clarence Sandefur, Harry Ray, Webb Ray, Burris Grubb and Robert Ray. The flower bearers were also grandchildren: Miss Olive Devore, Miss Bessie Ray, Miss Edith Sandefur and Mrs. Mabel Coon.

!Jesse Martin Beard was the son of William and Mary Tucker Beard. He was born Dec. 1, 1844 (another source says 1843). He married Frances Angeline Webb, daughter of Zachariah and Nancy Hough Webb. They were married Mar. 8, 1863. Jesse Martin Beard died Nov. 13, 1919. His funeral was preached by Rev. F.M. Huckleberry, assisted by Rev. G.C. Chandler, burial in Second Mount Pleasant Cemetery. (Note: I believe his stone said 1843 - sdw). More About Jesse Martin Beard: Burial: 2nd Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Johnson Co., IN Notes for Frances Angeline Webb: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] OBITUARY Frances Angeline Beard, daughter of Zachariah and Nacy Huff Webb, was born in the old homestead where her brother, Hamp Webb, now lives in Hendricks township, Shelby county, Indiana, on February 19, 1845, and died at her home Sept. 17, 1919, of a complication of diseases, aged seventy-three years six months and twenty-eight days. On March 8, 1863, at the old Webb homestead she was married to Jesse M. Beard. Four daughters were born to them, Mrs. Rae, Mrs. Sandefur, Mrs. Grubb and Miss Carrie Beard and these children with 13 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren, her four brothers, Calvin Webb of Anderson, Bert and Thomas Webb of Franklin and Hamp Webb of Hendricks township, Shelby county and her lonely husband, Mr. Jesse M. Beard, survive She had lived in Needham township ever since her marriage, over 56 years ago. They began life together in a log house. Later they built a new house. Here, they have lived, raised their family and here she died. She was one of the pioneers of Johnson county. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home, burial will be at the Second Mt. Pleasant church cemetery. The casket bearers will be all grandsons: Harry Ray, Webb Ray, Robert Ray, Clarence Sandefur, Burris Grubb and Paul Mozingo.

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More About Frances Angeline Webb: Burial: 2nd Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Johnson Co., IN iv. William Oliver Beard, born 05 Aug 1847 in Johnson County, IN; died 13 Apr 1924 in Franklin (Johnson) IN. Notes for William Oliver Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. 1850 Census, IN., Johnson Co., Clark Twp. M 432-155 84/84

!William Oliver Beard, son of William and Mary Tucker Beard was born Aug. 5, 1847 in Needham Twp., Johnson Co., Ind. and died from an automobile accident April 13, 1924 in Franklin, Ind. More About William Oliver Beard: Burial: 2nd Mt. Pleasant Cem., Needham, IN 33 v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. Mary Angeline Beard, born 22 Sep 1849 in INDIANA; died 25 Jan 1922; married James Finley Webb 14 Jan 1868. Malinda Jane Beard, born 29 Sep 1851; died 19 Sep 1873. James Gilford Beard, born 03 Jun 1854; died 24 Sep 1871. Emily Ann Beard, born 29 Nov 1859; died 25 Mar 1922. Ida May Beard, born 02 Oct 1863; died 11 Oct 1871. Martha "Mattie" Isabella Beard, born 07 Feb 1866.

68. John Owens, born 1817; died 1869. He was the son of 136. James Owens and 137. Mary Anne Settle. He married 69. Mary Fisher. 69. Mary Fisher, born 1812; died 1895. She was the daughter of 138. George Fisher and 139. Catherine Bowers. Child of John Owens and Mary Fisher is:

34 i. George Owens, born 1840; died 1904; married Eliza Patterson.

70. John Robert Patterson, born 25 Feb 1825 in Clark Co Indiana; died 06 Feb 1912 in Johnson Co Indiana. He was the son of 140. Thomas Patterson and 141. Francis Harris. He married 71. Sarah Ann Stewart 20 Feb 1847 in Johnson Co IN. 71. Sarah Ann Stewart, born 1823; died 1859. She was the daughter of 142. James Stewart and 143. Miss Ogden. Child of John Patterson and Sarah Stewart is:

35 i. Eliza Patterson, born 1849; died 1945; married George Owens.

72. Benjamin Franklin Underwood, born 12 Jan 1823 in Ky; died 12 Mar 1864 in Helena Ark. He was the son of 144. Zachariah E. Underwood and 145. Sarah Jones. He married 73. Mary Jane Ford 25 Dec 1844 in Jefferson Co., Ind.. 73. Mary Jane Ford, born 24 Sep 1824 in Jefferson, Indiana; died in Rushville, Ill. She was the daughter of 146. Warner Ford and 147. Nancy Ann Lee. Notes for Benjamin Franklin Underwood: B.F. served in the 119th Infantry Co. C during the Civil War Child of Benjamin Underwood and Mary Ford is:

36 i. Zachariah Underwood, born 1838; died 1912; married (1) Mary Addleman; married (2) Catherine Duke

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22 Jul 1871 in Indiana.

74. Washington Duke, born 1814 in Wythe VA?; died 1854. He was the son of 148. John Duke and 149. Sally McNeal. He married 75. Rosana Etter 03 May 1839 in Morgan Indiana. 75. Rosana Etter, born 25 Sep 1815 in Wythe VA; died 21 Jun 1897 in Johnson co IN. She was the daughter of 150. Daniel Etter and 151. Mary Magdalana Lindamood. Child of Washington Duke and Rosana Etter is:

37 i. Catherine Duke, born 1842 in Indiana; died 23 Mar 1918 in Indiana; married Zachariah Underwood 22 Jul 1871 in Indiana.

76. William Bellew, born Abt. 1805 in Indiana. He married 77. Mary Roseberry Abt. 1831 in Indiana. 77. Mary Roseberry, born 16 Nov 1804 in Hamilton OH/Hamilton Co., OH. She was the daughter of 154. Thomas Roseberry and 155. Catherine Earhart. Notes for Mary Roseberry: Possible connection from jefferson co in web site: http://myindianahome.net/gen/jeff/photos/family.html#Roseberry My great grandparents, Samuel and Julia Ann Waldsmith Roseberry. Samuel & Julia Ann when they were fairly young. Their birth and death dates are written on this picture. Another photo of the couple taken in their declining years. These pictures were given to me by my cousin, Anita Roseberry Seulean. Samuel was the son of Thomas Roseberry, Sr. who came to America from Ireland in the late 1700's. He first settled in Lancaster Co., PA, later moved to Ohio for a while and then on to Jefferson Co., IN where he bought land in Graham Twp. in 1811.

Child of William Bellew and Mary Roseberry is:

38 i. William R. Bellow, born 1848 in OH; married Martha DeHoney 30 Dec 1874 in Morgan CO Indiana.

80. Daniel Bates, born 27 Mar 1763 in Morris CO NJ; died 06 Feb 1845 in Sandusky OH. He was the son of 160. David Bates and 161. Anabella Dodds. He married 81. Sarah Osborne 1801 in Cincinnati Ohio. 81. Sarah Osborne Notes for Daniel Bates: Transcript of Pension Application of Daniel Bates Declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress paper June 7th 1832 On this the 2nd day of October 1832 personally appeared in open court before the Court of Common Pleas now sitting within and for the county of Sandusky the state of Ohio Daniel Bates a resident of said county and living within a mile and ha1f of --- Lower Sandusky in Said County aged sixty and nine on the 27th day of March last who being first duly sworn doth dispose and make the following declaration on his said oath in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress paper June 7th 1832. That he entered the service xxx under the following named officers and served as herein stated towit that deponaut states that he was born on the 27th March in theyeCir of Our Lord One Thousand seven hundred and sixty three in Morris County near the Papace River in the State of New Jersey. That his Father died when he (the Deponent) waS about three years old and DepOnent was bound out until he was sixteen years old. When he was about twelve years old the Revolutionary War commenced. When sixteen years of age his name was entered on the Role of the militia within the best of the company of militia where he lived, being about eight miles east of Morristown. Deponent was, severa1 times called out in the militia to perform tours. Once in particular when the British army came over into New Jersey from New York and landed at Elizabeth with five thousand Regulars commanded by General Knaphauser,

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Robertson, Fryo and Starling advanced to what was called Conneti cut from about two miles from Elizabethtown and burned the meeting house there. They also killed the wife of a Clergyman by the name of Colwell by shooting her through the window then returned to their camp near Elizabethtown. The militia was then called from Morris County and I was ca11ed out and went (with Several other companies) over whom I think Genera1 Herd had the command..not positive as to who this was however. Does not recollect who were the officers of his company but they were not out there long for soon after thiS act while we were stationed Maux Hale, the British marched to Springfield and we retreated before them. They, the British, then burnt Springfield and the then returned to Elizabethtown and we pursued them. That same evening they prepared a bridge of boats and (creped?) back again over to Staten Island. It was in the month of xxx thes Deponaut thinks that he was out this time and was out about a month before he was dismissed and a1lowed to go home. Sometime in the month of Januarry in the year 1782 I enlisted for the term of one year in a company raised in Morris County aforesaid where I resided at the time of enlistment commanded by Captain Jonas Ward and of which Lemuel Minthorn Was Lieutenant and one Clark was Ensign all of Morris County. We equipped ourselves and found our own clothes with the promise of three shillings per day for our pay. When our company was made up we marched to Elizabethtown for the purpose of keeping guard along the Lines. We remained there or not far distant from there the greater part of the summer of that year. One Captain Craigg as Deponaut thinks also commanded a company of yearsmen as they were called aso stationed on the lines and his company was raised in the same way in New Jersey and we were ~~~~~~ in Keeping guards on the lines. Colonol See1ly who as Deponaut very well knows was out during a part of the summer which we were stationed on the lines with his three months men xxxxx and while he ramained he was the Commanding officer. While we were in this Service the British and xxx (refugees? ) used frequently to make into the adjoining county and committed depredations and drive off cattle. From the lines we marched to Dobbs Ferry about about 50 miles more or less up the North River where our company and the other companies of yearsmen three monthsmen under the commaand of Colonel Seely commanding officer, joined the companies of the Continental army...but cannot recollect who then present had the command of the Continentall army..thinks that General Washington wason the othe'r side of the River at this time. .Don't know at what place but while we were lying at Dobb's Ferry General Washington went south and it was supposed correctly to maked an attack on the British forces in New York and we the yearsmen and the three months men under Col Seely still remained at Cobbs Ferry and continued perhaps a fortnight after Washington marched. It was afterwords supposed by me that the object of General Washington in movjng towards New York was by this feint to the British to send for reinforcements from the Southern division of their Army and thereby weaken the Army at the South and lull all suspicisions or apprehensions of danger other by secret force march to surprised them as he did at the Capture of Cornwallis. Before the Army of Gen. Washington moved toward New York strong detachments made their appearance in the neighborhood as it was called and which was xxxx within the line of the British. Our company was on this xxx once and we would xxx near or in the lines their ....

Child of Daniel Bates and Sarah Osborne is:

40 i. Thomas Bates, born 1804; died 1879; married Eleanor Stokes 06 Nov 1834 in Sandusky OH.

84. Mahlon Young, born 12 Mar 1812 in NR FREDERICKTOWN, KNOX, OH; died 18 Dec 1886 in Collins Huron Ohio. He was the son of 168. Noah Young and 169. Anna Mitchell Young. He married 85. Orilla Young. 85. Orilla Young, born 07 May 1813 in ROCHESTER, WINDSOR, VT; died 23 Feb 1898 in Collins Huron Ohio. She was the daughter of 170. Josiah Young and 171. Mary Barden.

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More About Mahlon Young: Burial: Collins Huron Ohio More About Orilla Young: Burial: Collins Huron Ohio Child of Mahlon Young and Orilla Young is:

42 i. Noah Young, born 24 Nov 1840 in Townsend OH; died 03 Jul 1917 in Collins Ohio; married Emma Jarrett.

86. Elias Jarrett, born Abt. 1820 in Ohio; died Aft. 1880. He married 87. Sarah Siphlet Abt. 1844 in Norwalk Ohio. 87. Sarah Siphlet, born 1823 in Kent England; died Aft. 1880. Notes for Elias Jarrett: 1880 census info: Elias JARRETT Household Male -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Other Information: Birth Year <1822> Birthplace ENG Age 58 Occupation Farmer Marital Status M <Married> Race W <White> Head of Household Elias JARRETT Relation Self Father's Birthplace ENG Mother's Birthplace ENG -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Source Information: Census Place Townsend, Huron, Ohio Manuscript - http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohhamilt/draper2.html Came down a few days before Christmas, 1790. Landed at JARRETT's Station. = ISAAC JARRETT said his father, old parson JARRAT, of Va., said their proper name was GARRARDS, but it was a french name,and the Virginians gave them the nic-name of JARRAT. = Knocked off some plank, and made a camp, on the upper bank of the Miami. SAMUEL WELCH, and _____ BRIDGES, from New England, had 2 cabins, about 30 poles below where we camped. We came by without seeing them. It was dark at the time. The river makes a sudden bend at that place, and on the 2d bank, we placed the station, 2 rows of cabins, in the course of 2 years, when the Indians being so bad, drove them down from COVALT's. The Ohio was rising, and backed the water up the Miami, so that it was very easy to get up. We landed and JOSEPH FRAZER (FRAZEE?), (the old gentleman) said to past some heavy things in the bow to keep the boat from floating off. JOHN JARRET. ABRAHAM MARTIN. In the morning we found our boat sunk. The water came in so as to fill all the boat. But the weight of the bow kept the back end from sinking. A chest of clothes got afloat. The bow somehow got off, and some of our clothes were also floating on the water. Flour, salt, whiskey & other necessaries - in the family boat. The stock-boat was the only other. I don't know where we left that then.

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SAML WELCH was taken. He had gone out to get some sugar water, was in the act of taking it up, when an Indian, one of 3, tapped him on the back, and holding the tomahawk over his head, said no hollow, no hollow. It was in the evening. They took him off to the towns, and sold him out in the country of Detroit, to a Frenchman, who could hardly keep him, the Indians thought he had given too little for him. He told WELCH if he saw the Indians coming he must run out in the meadow, and hide in the meadow or grass, they would kill him. No other cabin built that winter. JOSEPH FRAZER (FRAZEE?), that little chunk of a grey horse. 3 of our men were out, and saw 3 Indians, making as if they were coming to that point. HALL planned the ambush and plenty of wild _?_ for him to feed on. He died way up on the head of the Miami. Tied the white pony out on the hill. I was from Bedford, Pa.: JOHN JARRET from Berkeley, Va. Got acquainted in Redstone. I was there about 3 years. ELIAS JARRET came with us, & brought some hogs we kept in a pen in one corner of the boat.

More About Elias Jarrett: Burial: Collins Ohio More About Sarah Siphlet: Burial: Collins Ohio Child of Elias Jarrett and Sarah Siphlet is:

43 i. Emma Jarrett, born 1844; married Noah Young.

88. George Newton Jennings, born 1821 in NJ; died 1894. He was the son of 176. Jacob Smith Jennings and 177. Osea Blackford. He married 89. Sarah Jane Morrison 1850. 89. Sarah Jane Morrison, born 1831 in PA; died 1907. She was the daughter of 178. John Morrison and 179. Charlotte Morrison. Child of George Jennings and Sarah Morrison is:

44 i. Cyrus Brickner Jennings, born 1854; died 1934; married Electa Leist.

90. William W. Leist, born 19 Jan 1832 in Washington Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; died 28 Apr 1886 in Liberty Twp., Henry Co., OH. He was the son of 180. William Leist and 181. Sarah Nye. He married 91. Mary Ann Hartman 1856. 91. Mary Ann Hartman, born 10 Feb 1836 in Fulton co., OH/Fulton Co., OH; died 03 May 1927 in Liberty Twp., Henry Co., OH. More About William W. Leist: Burial: Morrison Cem., Liberty Twp., Henry Co., OH More About Mary Ann Hartman: Burial: Morrison Cem., Liberty Twp., Henry Co., OH Child of William Leist and Mary Hartman is:

45 i. Electa Leist, born 1856 in Henry OH; died 1945; married Cyrus Brickner Jennings.

92. Daniel Metzgar He was the son of 184. Henry Metzgar and 185. Catharine Vise. He married 93. Sara Whiteman 31 Aug 1838. 93. Sara Whiteman, born 1819; died 1850. She was the daughter of 186. Samuel Whiteman.

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Notes for Daniel Metzgar: From BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES, ADAMS TOWNSHIP. Daniel Metzger, the subject of this sketch, bought his first land in Adams Township in 1841, to which, by industry and economy, he has added until he now has 210 acres, most of which he has improved in various ways. He has been twice married; first to Miss Sarah Whiteman, August 31, 1838, by whom he has had four children: Catharine, Henrietta, Harriet A. and Henry V., all living and married. Henry Y. has six children: Harriet A., the widow of John Bowman, has one son; Henrietta, the wife of Otha H. Hull, ha, four children, and Catharine, the wife or Samuel Bowers, has three Daniel Metzgar is also listed as mayor of SCIPIO TOWNSHIP (also in Seneco County OH) 1861-1862 Child of Daniel Metzgar and Sara Whiteman is:

46 i. Henry Vail Metzgar, born 1847; died 1917; married Elizabeth Petticord 1866.

94. Daniel Petticord, born 1820 in Md; died 1866. He was the son of 188. John Petticord and 189. Mary Ann Guisbert. He married 95. Sarah Rule. 95. Sarah Rule, born 1828; died 1902. She was the daughter of 190. George Rule and 191. Sarah Fessler. More About Daniel Petticord: Burial: Likely in Block cemetary on route 101 south of Clyde OH More About Sarah Rule: Burial: Likely in Block cemetary on route 101 south of Clyde OH Child of Daniel Petticord and Sarah Rule is:

47 i. Elizabeth Petticord, born 1849; died 1926; married Henry Vail Metzgar 1866.

104. John Francis McConney, born 10 May 1807 in Saint George, Barbados, Caribbean. He was the son of 208. Henry James McConney. He married 105. Elizabeth Olton 05 Dec 1833 in Saint Michael, Barbados, Caribbean. 105. Elizabeth Olton Child of John McConney and Elizabeth Olton is:

52 i. John Richard Boxill McConney, born 01 Jan 1835 in Saint Michael, Barbados, Caribbean; married Francis Turpin Bynoe 16 Sep 1857 in Saint Philip, Barbados.

Generation No. 8 128. John Webb, born 29 Aug 1781 in King George County, VA; died 05 Mar 1842 in Ozark, MO. He was the son of 256. Aaron Alexander Webb and 257. Mary Polly Conner. He married 129. Nancy "Peggy" Davies 05 Feb 1806 in Woodford County, KY. 129. Nancy "Peggy" Davies, born 24 Oct 1780; died 01 Jan 1860. She was the daughter of 258. Richard Davies and 259. Peggy Davies. Notes for John Webb: [e grubb ] BIO: From: "A HOOSIER LISTENING POST" an article by Emma Grubb, my grandmother. Her four great-grandfathers were pioneers of Shelby County. Of John Webb she writes as follows:

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John Webb was one of the first settlers in Shelby County. He came with his family in 1820, two years before the county was organized. They came from Kentucky but lived in the southern part of the state for a short time. When they came to the Ohio River, they were detained overnight on account of so many people coming to Indiana. The ferry boats were carrying them across as fast as possible, but on account of the Indians in Kentucky being so hostile the people were crying, praying and cursing at the delay. John Webb took his family away from the crowd and hid them away in a covered pen until morning. My grandfather, Zachariah Webb, never forgot this incident. On his 12th birthday they moved into their new home which was not far from where the second Mt. Pleasant Baptist church now stands. The house consisted of one room with neither a floor or a window. I have an old Bible which they brought with them to Indiana. The births of the family are set down until 1816 on one page. Then on another page they were set down again with some additional births, using a different kind of ink. The name "John Webb, his Book" was written with many flourishes in this Bible. This bible was published by Silas Andrus in 1829, and was owned at one time by Mark D Webb of Franklin In. John Webb and move to Missouri in September 1839 and died there. Grandfather rode horseback to his home and brought his wife back with him, she also riding horseback, with her little boy on her lap. Her monument still stands in the second Mt. Pleasant cemetery. She was the daughter of Richard and Peggy Davies. Grandfather used to visit relatives in the south before the civil war who were slaveholders. John Webb was born in 1780. I have given my granddaughter the chair my grandmother rocked her babies in.; it makes it's fifth generation. On Dec 11, 1813 John and Nancy Webb presented their church letters to the Fourteen Mile Creek Baptist Church of CLark Co. Very soon a discussion was underway on the building of a church southwest corner of John Webb's tract of land in Clark County Indian Territory., which was purchased by John Webb for the purpose mentioned for $1.00. On June 18, 1814 John Webb was chosed a deacon of this church and was one of the most active members until June 15, 1822 when "Brother and Sister Webb came foward" and were granted lettters to carry to their new home in Shelby County Indiana. When a new church was finally organized int he neighborhood of their new home, they were constituent members. The marriage bond of John and Nancy Webb was signed by William Webb and Louis Marahall. Henry Wallace. Lucy Webb, and William Webb witnessed the signature of Richard Davis on his application asking ths court to issue the license Feb 3, 1806

Notes for Nancy "Peggy" Davies: from Jesse Webb bio: Zachariah Webb's mother, Nancy Davis, was a cousin Zachary Taylor, inaugurated President of the United States in 1849. The mother of John Webb, Mrs. Nancy A. (Huff) Webb, was born in Xenia, Ohio, and came with her parents, Joseph and Hannah (Finley) Huff, to Shelby County, Indiana, where her father followed the vocation of millwright. He built, prior to 1825, the Old Red Mill in Shelby County, which was converted into a woolen mill, and later used for manufacturing flour. Mrs. Hannah (Finley) Huff was a sister of Rev. James B. Finley, a Methodist minister of an early day. Professor Webb is related to the same branch of the Davis family as was the late Jefferson Davis, one-time President of the Confederacy, through his greatgrandmother, Mrs. Nancy (Davis) Webb, a daughter of Richard Davis, and a niece of Samuel Davis, the father of Jefferson Davis. The grandfather of Richard and Samuel Davis was David Davis, a noted Presbyterian minister of Virginia, at the time he became the fourth president of Princeton, what is now Princeton University.

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Notes: Jefforson Davis's first wife was Zachary Taylor's daughter, perhaps the connection mentioned here. Jefferson Davis bio lists his father & uncles as Rev war vetrans, with Uncles persuading him to quit the military and pursure civilian career. Jefferson's father Samuel Davis: Veteran, Revolutionary War.Older brother, Joseph, Moved to Mississippi and became a planter there. Sam moved there when Jefferson was an infant

Some sources list Jefferson Davis's ggrandfather as Evan Davies from Wales bort abt 1695 The 4th President of Princeton was actually Samuel Davies, althugh Welsh customer was to use middle as well as first names. Details: President from 1759 - 1761. Davies' election to the presidency was greeted with joy. "I believe there was never a College happier in a president," said one trustee. "You can hardly conceive what prodigious, uncommon gifts the God of Heaven had bestowed on that man." But the joy was short-lived. Eighteen months later, Davies died of pneumonia after being bled for "a bad cold." Davies, Samuel (1723-1761), fourth president of Princeton, was born in New Castle County, Delaware. His parents could not afford to send him to college but were determined that he should be trained for the ministry. He studied in Samuel Blair's famous school at Fagg's Manor, Chester County, Pennsylvania, was licensed to preach by the Presbytery of New Castle when he was twenty-two, and was ordained as an evangelist to Virginia a year later. In Anglican Virginia, where dissenters were subjected to constant vexations, he built up a strong Presbyterian membership and became the advocate and defender of their civil rights and religious liberties. He conducted services in seven houses of worship dispersed through five counties, riding horseback through fields and forests to minister to his scattered congregations. A sufferer from tuberculosis, ``he preached in the day and had his hectic fever by night,'' but was nevertheless ``resolved that while life and sufficient strength remained, he would devote himself earnestly to the work of preaching the gospel.'' As a principal founder and first moderator of the Presbytery of Hanover, which comprised all the Presbyterian ministers in Virginia and North Carolina, he was considered ``the animating soul of the whole dissenting interests in these two colonies.''

More About Nancy "Peggy" Davies: Burial: 2nd Mt Pleasant Cem., Johnson County, IN Children of John Webb and Nancy Davies are:

64 i. ii. Zachariah Webb, born 09 Apr 1808 in Woodford County, KY; died 19 Mar 1889 in Shelby County, IN; married Nancy Ann Hough 10 Apr 1831 in Shelby County, IN. Willis Sanford Webb, born 10 Nov 1819 in Clark County, IN; died 18 Mar 1884 in Marion County, IN.

130. Joseph Hough, born 26 Feb 1777 in PENNSYLVANIA; died 21 Nov 1844 in Shelby County, IN. He was the son of 260. William Hough, Jr. and 261. Rachel Bean. He married 131. Hannah Finley 07 Apr 1803 in Ross County, OH. 131. Hannah Finley, born 04 Dec 1787 in Mecklenburg County, NC; died 02 Dec 1876 in Mahaska County, IA. She was the daughter of 262. Robert Wilkes Finley and 263. Rebecca Bradley. Notes for Joseph Hough: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Bradley-Pelham Genealogy by Jesse C. Webb BIO: Joseph is remembered being in the War of 1812 as a "fifer'. In 1821 he

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attempted to settle near Boggstown, Indiana. Troublesome Indians drove the Houghs away from that locality. They found refuge in the "Haw-Patch" district located near the Shelby-Bartholomew County line. The next year, 1822, they returned to the Boggstown area. Joseph will be remembered in that community because, about 1823, he built the Old Red Mill which served Shelby and Johnson County residents for over 100 years. The Old Red Mill are located about eleven miles east of Greenwood, IN, on Sugar Creek, in Shelby County. ************************************************** Obituary written by James Bradley Findley found in the collections of Emma Beard Grubb. "Died November 21, 1844, at his residence in Shelby County, Indiana, Joseph Hough, Esq., in great peace after a pilgrimage of 67 years in this stormy world of noise and show. He was one of the last of us that joined the Methodist Episcopal church in the county of Highland, state of Ohio in 1808. In 1803, he married my only sister, Hannah Findley, with whom he lived forty-one years. They have had thirteen children and forty-five grandchildren. My beloved brother Hough was a great man and a good one and God blessed him with a long prosperous life and a happy death. Like all men, he had his peculiarities and faults, but as few as them are common to the lot of fallen men. He was sober, industrious, honest, kind and benevolent. There was nothing mean or low in his disposition or intercourse with men. He was a sincere Christian, dear to me and all his intimate friends. But he has gone to rest that remaineth for the pious with my beloved brothers, John and William Findley, who set out with me for heaven and yet I linger behind. But me life is full of gracious hope of meeting again. Signed: J. B. Findley ********************************************* FROM: "A HOOSIER LISTENING POST" an article by Emma Grubb, my grandmother. Joseph Hough and family came from Ohio in 1821 to Sugar Creek near the place where the old Red Mill stands, and they were twice driven back by Indians. It was so cold when they reached their destination that they could not build a shelter, so they lived in the forks of a large fallen tree that winter. In the spring they built a cabin and the first mill. Great grandfather used to make frequent trips to Cincinnati with loads of products from the mill. Some folks in that day drove a bunch through. By the time they reached the city the hogs had fattened on nuts and it seemed to be a clear profit. It's no wonder Joseph tried to get a petition through to dredge Sugar Creek and make it possible to get big boats up here from the Ohio River.He was a prosperous man. He died in 1845; had built a brick house that was a fine home in those days. He helped to make the road through past his house from Indianapolis to Shelbyville. The Methodist Church at Boggstown was organized in 1826 in Joseph Hough's house. He was born in 1777 and lived to age 67. He died 88 years ago, the year my mother was born. He gave the ground for the cemetery just south of the mill. His wife died in Iowa at the age of 99. She had gone there to make her home with a daughter after her husband died. from Jesse Webb bio: Joseph and Hannah (Finley) Huff, [came from Xenia OH] to Shelby County, Indiana, where her father followed the vocation of millwright. He built, prior to 1825, the Old Red Mill in Shelby County, which was converted into a woolen mill, and later used for manufacturing flour.

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More About Joseph Hough: Occupation: Millwright Notes for Hannah Finley: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Bradley-Pelham Genealogy by Jesse Webb BIO: After their marriage in 1803, Joseph and Hannah lived in Xenia, Ohio. About 1821, they moved to Shelby County, IN. Sales of their real estate are on record at Xenia, OH. After Joseph's death in 1844, Hannah rode on horseback from Shelby County, IN to Mahaska County, Iowa ************************************************************************** **** Obituary signed by C. W. Shephard found among the collections of Emma Beard Grubb. Hannah Hough was born in North Carolina, December 2, 1787, and died December 2, 1876 at the residence of her son-in-law, J. L. White, Mahaska county, Iowa. Mother Hough was the only sister of the Rev. James B. and John P. Finley. She was married to Joseph Hough in 1803. In early Methodism, their home in Highland County, Ohio, was a preaching place. In 1821 they moved to Shelby County, Indiana, where in 1844 her husband fell asleep in Christ. In the fall of 1848 she came to Mahaska county, Iowa, making the entire trip on horseback. Mother Hough was converted in early life and joined the Methodist church. She remained converted until she closed her earthly pilgrimage with Christian triumph and entered upon the blessedness of those who die in the Lord, who rest from their labors and whose works do follow them. Before committing her body to the earth, December 4, 1876, the writer addressed a large congregation from Revelations 14:13. Signed: C. W. Shephard **************************************************************** Emma Grubb writes about her great grandmother Hough. She was a small woman with a crippled hand but she cooked for her large family and the men employed at the mill and washed for all of them. On evening her boys were riding home on horseback, when they heard a panther scream. They kept answering and it soon came so close that they had to run their horses to reach home and just got them into the stable and themselves in the house when it came near enough to be shot at. Their mother stood in the yard with a torch while they shot it. There were a few Indians near their house and the squaws used to come into the house without knocking. Great grandmother would keep on with whatever she was doing and not talk to them and they would soon leave. If she was cooking something they would sit and talk about what it smelled like and lift the lid of the kettle to see what it was. Great grandmother Hough had a brother, James Finley, who was a minister. He spent much of his time preaching to the Indians and at one time was chaplain at a penitentiary. Two Indians walked from Ohio to bring her a letter from her brother. One day some Indians came to the house and asked great grandfather to show them how to dress a deer like a white man. He went with them and showed them the process. They were so pleased that they gave it all

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to him and sent two Indians to carry it home for him. Children of Joseph Hough and Hannah Finley are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. xiii. William Finley Hough, born 10 Mar 1806 in Ohio. Mary Scott Hough, born 06 Feb 1807 in Ohio. Eliza Bean Hough, born 16 Jan 1808 in Ohio. Rebecca Bradley Hough, born 17 Nov 1809 in Ohio. Robert Wilkes Hough, born 11 Sep 1811 in Ohio; died 20 Sep 1882 in Linn County, OH. Nancy Ann Hough, born 22 May 1813 in Xenia (Greene) OH; died 17 Jan 1884 in Shelby Co. IN; married Zachariah Webb 10 Apr 1831 in Shelby County, IN. Zemeriah Blake Hough, born 29 Jan 1815 in Ohio; died 20 Sep 1890. Sarah Hough, born 15 Feb 1817 in Ohio. James Alexander Hough, born 17 Apr 1818 in Ohio; died Abt. 1857. Calvin Hough, born 07 Aug 1820 in Greene County, OH. Samuel Hough, born 20 Dec 1822 in Shelby County, IN; died Abt. 1892. Eleanor Jane Hough, born 01 Jan 1826 in Johnson County, IN; died 29 Mar 1862 in Fremont County, IA. Elvirah Elizabeth Hough, born 15 Jul 1828 in Shelby County, IN; died 22 Mar 1919 in Fremont County, IA.

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132. Jesse Beard, born 29 Jun 1787 in Randolph Co., NC; died 19 Dec 1856 in Johnson County, IN. He was the son of 264. John Beard and 265. Martha Beard. He married 133. Hannah White 18 Jan 1810 in Randolph County, NC. 133. Hannah White, born 10 Nov 1788; died 05 May 1870 in Essex Co. NJ. She was the daughter of 266. John P. White and 267. Mary White. Notes for Jesse Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] BIO: John, Thomas. Paterick and Jesse BEARD, four brothers from Randolph Co., NC, were early settlers of Wayne Co. ,IN. The parents of these men emigrated from Londonderry, Ireland to NC in 1770. The brothers, on arriving in Wayne Co., IN built a double fort as protection from the Indians. The government took over the fort in 1812. Jesse moved west to Shelby and Johnson Counties, IN. He was a Quaker but married Hannah WHITE out of Unity. She was not a Quaker. They were married in 1810. He bought land for $1.50 an acre. They built their home in southern Clark Twp. in 1828. He eventually owned 1700 acres and was able to give each child 160 acres. Jesse was a benevolent man; he gave the ground for the 2nd Mt. Pleasant Church; also for the Zion Methodist church at Needham Station. Jesse Beard was Scotch and Irish; in his day he was considered quite a gentleman, as he wore a tie and a high silk hat. He and Hannah were the parents of fifteen children, including three sets of twins. One of their sons, William, married Mary, daughter of Ephraim Tucker, of Shelby County. Their son, Jesse, married Frances Angeline, daughter of Zachariah and Nancy Ann Hough Webb. Jesse and his brother, Martin, attended the academy of Franklin College. Martin died while a student at age 16. The marriage of Jesse and Frances Angeline Webb resulted in the birth of four daughters whose families all lived in Johnson County. The marriages of Mary Tucker and William Beard, son of Jesse and Hannah White Beard, and their daughter, Angeline, to James Webb resulted in several double cousins. Mary, one daughter of Jesse, married William Needham and another daughter, Malinda Jane, married Noah Needham, the founder and owner of the first home in Needham Station. The land north of Readers need to be aware of a Woodward/Beard web site coordinated by Nadine Holder;

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Needham Station, which belonged to Mrs. Emma Beard Grubb, was the last acreage of Beard land to pass to strangers. Olive Grubb DeVore, listed as a source, is the great, great, granddaughter of the first Jesse Beard who came to Indiana in 1812. REFERENCES: 1. Olive GRUBB DEVORE, DAR Genealogist 2. Family Bible Records Jesse Beard was the ninth child and fifth son of John and Martha Beard of Ireland, South Carolina, and Randolph County, North Carolina. Hannah White born 11/10/1788 Unknown died 5/5/1870 Essex Co, NJ Jesse Beard born 6/29/1787 Randolph Co, NC died 12/19/1856 Johnson Co, In Married: January 18, 1810 in Randolph County, North Carolina. Jesse was dismissed 3/10/1810 from Center Monthly Meeting for his marriage out of unity (to a nonQuaker). Children: Mary Beard, born April 9, 1811, Randolph County, North Carolina; married William Needham John Beard, born 1/16/1813, Wayne County, Indiana; married (1) Susan Draper (2) Rebecca Mauk (3) Rebecca Steel (4) Lucinda Jane Suitor (5) Nancy Farmbrough James Beard born 9/15/1815 Wayne County, Indiana; married widow Margaret Owens White Patrick Beard born 9/15/1815 Wayne County, Indiana; married Susannah Lucinda Hunt Jesse T. Beard born 7/25/1818 Wayne County, Indiana; no further record William Beard born April 9, 1820, Wayne County, Indiana; married Mary Jane Tucker Melinda Jane Beard born April 9, 1822, Wayne County, Indiana; married Noah Needham Surilda Beard born 4/13/1826, Indiana; married John McConnell and went to Iowa Matilda Beard born 4/13/1826, Indiana; married (1)Frederick Hartman (2) Unknown Mills Serena Beard born 10/26/1827, Indiana; married Isaac Duckworth Martin Beard born 6/14/1832, Indiana; married Sally Ann Sandifer Milton Beard born 6/14/1832, Indiana; married Margaret Dungan Milton died 2/13/1852 without issue Jesse Beard inherited his father's land in Randolph County, North Carolina, adjoining the land that Abraham Woodward had owned. In return Jesse was to care for his mother, Martha Beard. Although he inherited in 1809, Jesse went to Indiana by 1812. The Wayne County, Indiana, History, 1872 tells us that during the winter and spring of 1812, Jesse Beard, and others settled in Harrison Township in Wayne County. We do not know where Martha Beard died in 1816, but since she was left in the care of Jesse we might guess she accompanied him to Wayne County. Brothers Thomas, John, and Patrick were

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already in Wayne County. The History tells us that "On the breaking out of the Indian war in the spring of 1812, a number left, and some of them never returned. Those who remained built a fort, with a block-house in one corner, in which they gathered at night, and in the day returned to their homes. Most of the women and children were taken to the east part of the county, or to the border of Ohio, and stayed until the war was over. The fort was...a mile west of Jacksonburg...". Brother Thomas participated in the building of a similar fort in Washington Township that was afterwards used by the government to protect the settlers. The Family Records of Johnson County Indiana, Vol III give much information on the children and grandchildren of Jesse and Hannah White Beard. An item of particular interest to us is the marriage of son John Beard's daughter, Serena Beard, to Andrew J. Williams on October 21, 1880. Serena was daughter of John's third wife, Rebecca Steel, and was born April 2, 1855 in Johnson County, Indiana. ; James Williams was son of Allen Williams who married Jane Woodward in Jefferson County, Tennesse, 2/13/1794. Jesse Beard wrote his will in Johnson County, Indiana, on 11/23/1853. He named his wife Hannah (White) and the following sons and daughters: Mary Needham; John W. Beard; Patrick Beard; William Beard; Melinda Needham; Matilda Hartman; Serilda McConnell; Cynthia Duckworth; Martin Beard; deceased son James Beard's daughter Hannah. Jesse Beard got a land grant in Shelby County Indiana dated 4/13/1829 signed by Andrew Jackson. The original is currently in the hands of David Underwood Webb. Copy is pictured.

Notes for Hannah White: Hannah White's parentage is unknown. There were many White families in North Carolina, originating in Chester County, Pennsylvania, but so far we have not found the connection for those in Randolph County, North Carolina, and later in Jefferson County, Tennessee. She may be related to Jane White Millikan.

Children of Jesse Beard and Hannah White are:

i. Mary "Polly" Beard, born 09 Apr 1811 in INDIANA; died 21 Jul 1855. More About Mary "Polly" Beard: Burial: Second Mt Pleasant Cem, Johnson County, IN ii. III. John W. Beard, born 16 Jan 1813 in INDIANA; died 18 Sep 1885. Notes for III. John W. Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 2 1850 Census, IN, Johnson Co., Clark Twp. M432-155 84/84 John W. Beard wrote his will in Johnson County on 3/14/1883. He named wife Nancy (Farmbrough) and children: John J. Beard and Serena Williams. He also named his daughter Mary Prudence Beard, providing for her care as she was "weak of mind." He mentioned land owned in Morgan, Marion, Brown and Shelby Counties.

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James Beard, born 15 Sep 1815 in INDIANA; died 18 Sep 1843. Patrick Beard, born Abt. 1817 in INDIANA; died 18 Sep 1872. Notes for Patrick Beard:

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[v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. 1850 Census, IN, Johnson Co., Clark Twp., M432-155 84/84 v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. Jesse T. Beard, born 25 Jul 1818 in INDIANA. William Beard, born 25 Dec 1820 in Wayne Co. IN; died 15 Jul 1867 in Johnson County, IN; married Mary Jane Tucker 18 Jul 1839 in Shelbyville (Shelby) IN. Surilda Beard, born 13 Apr 1826 in INDIANA. Matilda Beard, born 13 Apr 1826 in INDIANA. Serena Beard, born 26 Oct 1827 in INDIANA; died 03 Apr 1901. Martin Beard, born 14 Jun 1832 in Johnson County, IN. Milton Beard, born 14 Jun 1832 in Johnson County, IN. Malinda Jane Beard, born 09 Apr 1840 in INDIANA; died 03 Feb 1880 in Johnson County, IN.

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134. III. Ephraim Tucker, III., born 16 Dec 1792 in Somerset County, NJ; died 03 Apr 1873 in Shelby County, IN. He was the son of 268. II. Ephraim Tucker and 269. Phoebe Hand. He married 135. Winnaford Hood Abt. 1814. 135. Winnaford Hood, born 28 Sep 1792 in King George Co. VA; died 17 Mar 1853 in Shelby County, IN. Notes for III. Ephraim Tucker, III.: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Ephraim Tucker III, oldest child of Ephraim and Phebe Hand Tucker was born December 16, 1792 in Essex County, New Jersey. Tradition relates that Ephraim Tucker preceded his family to Ohio and a part of the journey was made by boat on the Ohio River, when the boat came near Cincinnati, it was wrecked, young Tucker cast aside his shoes and swam ashore. He found refuge in a cabin on the shore, the owner of which, dried and pressed his clothing. When he was dressed again, but without his shoes, he found that his money was missing, either lost during his swim or removed during the drying process, at any rate, he was penniless among strangers. He found work immediately with a blacksmith. He served in the War of 1812 in the Ohio militia in Captain Enoch Gest's company of Colonel William Cotgreen's detached Regiment. Period of service from February 17th to March 17th, 1813. !He married Winnaford Hood in 1814. At the present time nothing has been learned of her parents though it is tradition that she was of the same family of Hoods that produced the Confederate General, Lieutenant General John B. Hood of Civil War fame. She was decidedly Scotch and boasted of her Scotch ancestry. She had a neice, Julia Hood, who married Joseph Dillman, they lived in Preble County, Ohio. She was a very large woman with black hair and brown eyes. She died March 17, 1853, from smallpox, contracted while ministering to the need of a destitute family in the neighborhood. !Ephraim Tucker was a large landowner in Preble County, Ohio, but the lure of cheap land in Indiana and the strain of adventurous blood in his veins probably decided this pioneer to move westward. Members of the family still own the original patents for many acres of land in Shelby and Johnson Counties of Indiana (1930's). Two of these entries were made as early as 1837, though it is probable that Ephraim Tucker did not come to Shelby County until 1839. In January of that year he sold his farm in Preble County, Ohio and the removal of the Tucker contingent must have been somewhat reminiscent of the removal of Jacob from Canaan into Egypt for tradition tells us that Ephraim Tucker started on this journey of somewhat over a hundred miles driving his sheep, hogs and cattle before him, followed by ten wagons. The latter containing his family, his household goods and implements. Of the length of time required for the journey, we have no record, but the cavalcade arrived at Tucker's Ford on Sugar Creek in sight of the new home in the wilderness at twi'light hour, the homesick women and girls of the party weeping and wailing and begging to return to their home in Ohio. This was not surprising for they had left a comfortable home, schools, (the older girls were educated at Oxford, Ohio) for a cabin in the woods surrounded by bears, wolves and occasional roving Indians, the fact that they were not harmed by these prowlers did not lessen the dread of what might happen and as long as Ephraim Tucker was able to attend church, walking the short distance from his home near Second Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, he carried his long gun over his shoulder and set it in the corner of the "meeting house", much to the amusement of the younger generation, who not having lived through the hardships of making this neighborhood, could not visualize the courage and fortitude required to attain the results we see today. Mr. John Roe told this story, he being one of the youngsters who as he expressed it, "snickered" behind his hand when old "Uncle Effie" walked in. !Ephraim Tucker gave to each of his children as they married, 150 acres of

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land, his generousity including Henry H. Tucker, a child who was reared in his home. After his death, April 3, 1873, 800 acres was distributed among his children. !His second wife was Nancy Welliver, widow of Isaiah Welliver, her maiden name was Nancy Sample. She and Isaiah Welliver were the parents of seven children. She and Ephraim Tucker were married in Butler County, Ohio, she received her part of his estate in money, he left $19,000. in cash beside the land. He died intestate and there was some difficulty over the settlement. !Ephraim Tucker and his wife, Winnaford Hood Tucker were members of the Second Mount Pleasant Baptist Church of Johnson County, Indiana. Their home place being situated across the road from the church, (this road is the county line road between Johnson and Shelby counties at this point). Ephraim Tucker lived in Shelby County but owned land in Johnson County also, and the Rev. John Reece in his historical sketch of the church, published in Brant and Fuller's History of Shelby County, Indiana, 1887, page 382, states "Beside the constituent members, the following deserve to be remembered as active workers in the church, viz: John Willard and wife, William A. Reese and wife, (the wife of William A. Reese was Emily Tucker, daughter of Ephriam and Winnaford Hood Tucker and Phebe Ann Tucker, first wife of the author of this sketch was also a daughter, William Needham and wife, Ephraim Tucker and wife, William Webb and wife, with many others did good service in the cause of Christ". !He was a devout man, liberal in disposition, and his epitaph was well chosen, "Blessed is he that considereth the poor, the Lord will preserve him and keep him alive; And he shall be blessed upon the earth". !Copy of record from Bible of Ephraim & Winnaford Hood Tucker, owned (1930's) by Mrs. Winnaford Strickler Allen. Family Record Births Ephraim Tucker re accompanying picture: Ephraim Tucker III - There is speculation that this drawing may be Ephraim Tucker Jr., however I don't think so because he died in 1844 and there were many drawings made like this for the 1860's through 1870's Atlas's and Histories of the counties.

born December 16, 1792 Winnaford Tucker born September 28, 1792 Ann Mariah Tucker born March 4, 1815 Emily Jane Tucker born November 16, 1816 Sarah Ann Tucker born July 6, 1818 Phebe Ann Tucker born October 22, 1820 Mary Jane Tucker born December 5, 1822 William H. Tucker born March 5, 1825 James C. Tucker born April 26, 1827 Rhoda Tucker born April 16, 1829 Henry H. Tucker born January 27, 1820 (A nephew of Ephraim Tucker, but as of this date, 1998, I haven't been able to find out who his parents were.) Marriages John Cornwell and Ann Mariah Tucker married March 8, 1832 William Beard and Mary J. Tucker married July __ 1839 William Clark and Sarah Ann Tucker married November 21st, 1839 John Reece and Phebe Ann Tucker married November 28th, 1839 William A. Reese and Emily Jane Tucker married July 22nd, 1841 William H. Tucker and Malinda Morris married November 13th, 1845 George Strickler and Rhoda Tucker married October 9th, 1845 Deaths Phebe Ann Reese died August 7th, 1846 Winnaford Tucker died March 17, 1853 Henry H. Tucker died _________ (not filled in) Ephraim Tucker died April 3rd, 1873. Preble County Land Records for Ephraim Tucker III Aug. 5, 1820 Ephriam T. purchased from Sam Cornwall 20 acres Feb. 4, 1820 " " " Daniel Ross 60 " May 15, 1826 " " " James Allen 80 " Nov. 1, 1831 " " " David McMechan 160 " Apr. 2, 1833 " " " Edward Ogle 30 " Dec. 6, 1834 " " " Joseph Echard 35 " Jan 12, 1832 " sold to Lewis Loop 60 " Jan. 2, 1836 " " " Christian Holderman 35 " Leaving a farm of 290 acres. His last sale is recorded in Vol. 19, page 217, witness by William Hall, as Justice of Peace of Preble County & his wife Sarah, on Jan 2, 1836 & recorded on Jan. 20, 1836. The 160 a. farm he bought from David McMechan, McMechan appeared before Mr. A.F. Darr, a J.P. of Butler County, Ohio on Nov. 1, 1831 and the deed was recorded in Preble County Aug. 1, 1832. The recorder informed me (George Tucker dtd. 4/2/1935) that it seemed to be the custom with the farmers then not to be in a hurry to record their deeds as many were not recorded for as much as five years after the transfer was made. On Jan. 10, 1839, Ephriam Tucker sold to James Barnett, 20 a.- 30 a. - 60 a.- 100 a. and 80 acres, making a total of 290 acre farm for $7000. as recorded in Vol. 24 page 165. The deed was signed by Ephraim Tucker and Winnifred (her mark) Tucker. in the presence of Wm. Hall a Justice of Peace of Preble County and Felix Marsh as a witness and the deed is recorded under date of Feb. 11, 1839, so I have concluded that the date of his moving to Shelby County Indiana must have been closer to the 1839 date, as he would not likely leave a $7000. farm to renters for 7 or 8 years. More About III. Ephraim Tucker, III.: Burial: Johnson County, IN

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Notes for Winnaford Hood: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Ephraim married Winnaford Hood in 1814. At the present time nothing has been learned of her parents though it is tradition that she was of the same family of Hoods that produced the Confederate General, Lieutenant General John B. Hood of Civil War fame. She was decidely Scotch and boasted of her Scotch ancestry. She had a neice, Julia Hood, who married Joseph Dillman, they lived in Preble County, Ohio. She was a very large woman with black hair and brown eyes. She died March 17, 1853, from smallpox, contracted while ministering to the need of a destitute family in the neighborhood. !Record of Julia Hood and Joseph Dillman. Joseph Dillman born October 7, 1822 Julia A. Hood born June 12, 1822 Adaline Dillman born October 30, 1843 Henry C. Dillman born May 25, 1845 David F. Dillman born April 26, 1847 Lewis M. Dillman born Nov. 3rd, 1848 Lurton D. Dillman born September 18, 1850 James M. Dillman born February 2nd, 1852 William C. Dillman born October 30, 1853 Martha E. Dillman born April 30, 1855 Laura A. Dillman born October 15, 1856 Emma R. Dillman born October 11, 1858 Lizzie Dillman born March 20, 1866. More About Winnaford Hood: Burial: Johnson County, IN Children of Ephraim Tucker and Winnaford Hood are:

i. ii. Ann Mariah Tucker, born 04 Mar 1815 in Butler County, OH. Emily Jane Tucker, born 16 Nov 1816 in Butler County, OH; died 29 May 1900 in Shelby County, IN. Notes for Emily Jane Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Emily Tucker married William A. Reese July 21, 1841 Book 4, page 342 Married by A.F. Tilton. License issued July 20, 1841, return not made. Shelby County Marriage Records. !This bible was first owned by Sarah Davis Reese and is now (1930's) owned by Vera Reese Tranter. THE NEW TESTAMENT OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST ACCORDING TO THE COMMONLY RECEIVED VERSION LONDON 1611 IMPRINTED BY ROBERT BAKER NEW YORK STEROTYPED BY R.C. VALENTINE FOR THE AMERICAN AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY JOHN GRAY, PRINTER 1840 Marriages William A. Reese and Emily J. Tucker July 27, 1841 by A.F. Tilton Sarah Ann Reese and Sylvester Sandefur May 19, 1864 by Rev. John Reese Benjamin E. Reese and Martha S. Neal June 17, 1874 by Rev. John Reese John T. Reese and Adlegirtha Schoonover January 20, 1875 by Rev. John Reese Births Deaths William Anderson Reese Sept. 26, 1817 Aug. 11, 1901 Emily Jane Tucker Nov. 16, 1816 May 29, 1900 Sarah Ann Reese July 27, 1842 Feb. 17, 1900 Ferdinand Minor Reese Dec. 1, 1844 April 24, 1864 John Thomas Reese Dec. 5, 1851 Dec. 15, 1923 Benjamin Ephraim Reese July 19, 1854 Jan. 13, 1886 Ida Belle Reese Dec. 17, 1859 May 5, 1861. More About Emily Jane Tucker: Burial: Johnson County, IN iii. Sarah Ann Tucker, born 06 Jul 1818 in Butler County, OH; died in ILLINOIS. Notes for Sarah Ann Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Sarah Tucker married William Clark November 1, 1839 Book 4, page 109 Shelby County Marriage Records. !Sarah Ann was the 3rd child of Ephraim and Winnaford Hood Tucker, was born in Ohio, July 6, 1818 and married William Clark in Shelby County, Indiana, Nov. 1st, 1839. They removed to Illinois. More About Sarah Ann Tucker: Burial: ILLINOIS iv. Phebe Ann Tucker, born 22 Oct 1820 in Butler County, OH; died 07 Aug 1846 in Franklin (Johnson)

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IN. Notes for Phebe Ann Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Phebe Ann Tucker married John Reese November 28, 1839 Book 4, page 111 Shelby County Marriage Records. !OBIT. of Phebe Tucker Reece "Died"--. In Franklin, Johnson Co., Indiana, August 7th, Mrs. Phebe A. Reece, wife of Elder John Reece, of this place, in the 25th year of her age. In the character of sister Reece, there was much that was an ornament to her sex and an honor to the Christian name. Her disposition was naturally amiable and adapted to secure the highest esteem of all her acquaintances. But religion had taken such a possession of her heart and exerted such a control over her life as to render what was before lovely, far more endearing. She had been a professor of religion and had held an honorable standing in the 2nd Mount Pleasant Church more than six years, during which time she loved the church and labored and prayed for it's prosperity. Her efforts to promote her own personal piety were manifestly not in vain. She was deeply interested in the female prayer meeting and willing to share in its exercises, she was emphatically a helper to her husband, encouraging and aiding him in the punctual discharge of his duties of family religion, and also in his responsible work as a minister of the gospel. Her industrious labors and self-sacrificing economy were of great service in his temporal affairs. But how mysterious are the ways of Providence. As well adapted as she was to fill the responsible station of the minister's wife, she is in early life removed from earth and her loss is deeply deplored. Her death was sudden and unexpected, though she had been confined to her bed about thirteen days by the typhus fever, she was not considered to be particularly dangerous until perhaps two hours before her death, when she suddenly became worse, was partially deprived of her reason and soon expired. She died early in the morning of August 7th and in the evening of the same day her lifeless remains were carried to the chruch where she had formerly worshipped and the writer of this notice was called to deliver her funeral discourse. The sighs and tears of a deeply effected congregation testified to the high estimation in which she was held. But we fully believe that our loss is her gain, that while we weep, she rejoices. May the living lay it to heart and imitate her virtues and be prepared to meet her in heaven." Copied from the Christian Messenger of August 20, 1846 More About Phebe Ann Tucker: Burial: Johnson County, IN 67 v. vi. Mary Jane Tucker, born 05 Dec 1822 in Butler County, OH; died 02 Sep 1898 in Johnson County, IN; married William Beard 18 Jul 1839 in Shelbyville (Shelby) IN. William Hood Tucker, born 05 Mar 1825 in Butler County, OH; died 31 Dec 1899 in Shelby County, IN. Notes for William Hood Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Family bible record of William H. and Aurilla Morris Tucker. The bible was printed and published by Case, Lockwood and Brainard, 1872. Last known in the hands of James Albert Tucker, R.D.6, Franklin, Indiana Marriages Ephraim Tucker and Winnefred Hood--1814 Amos Morris and Sarah Howard--Sept. 28, 1816 William H. Tucker and Melinda Morris--Nov. 13, 1845 William H. Tucker and Aurilla Morris-Sept. 21, 1851 Births Amos Morris; b.Sept 15, 1792 Sarah Howard; b.Sept 15, 1796 Ephraim Tucker; b. Dec. 16, 1792 Winnafred Hood; b. Sept. 26, 1792 William Hood Tucker; b.Mar. 5, 1825 Melinda Morris Tucker; b.Oct. 5, 1825 Aurilla Morris Tucker; b.Feb. 9, 1832 Amos Morris Tucker; b.Nov. 1, 1846 Ephraim Tucker; b.Dec. 22, 1849 Ethan Allen Tucker; b.Oct. 7, 1852 Sarah M. Tucker; b.Dec. 5, 1854 Emily A. Tucker; b.June 15, 1856 Edward A. Tucker; b.Mar. 12, 1859 (another record said Edward M.) James Albert Tucker; b.Mar. 23, 1861 Dora A. Tucker; b.Feb. 2, 1864 Melinda Tucker; b.Nov. 2, 1866 Deaths Melinda Morris Tucker; d.Apr. 11, 1851 Winnaford Hood Tucker; d.Mar. 17, 1853 Sarah M. Tucker; d. July 14, 1855 Amos Morris; d. Nov. 24, 1869 Ephraim Tucker; d. Apr.3, 1873 Melinda Tucker; d.Feb. 5, 1873 Amos M. Tucker; d.Feb. 20, 1873 Sarah Howard Morris; d. Sept.15, 1886 William H. Tucker; d.Dec. 31, 1898 Aurilla Morris Tucker; d.Mar. 16, 1909 (Copied from the Bible of W.H. and A. Tucker, owned

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by James Albert Tucker). 1930's - sdw More About William Hood Tucker: Burial: Johnson County, IN vii. James Cole J. Tucker, born 26 Apr 1827 in Preble County, OH; died 17 Oct 1904 in Shelby County, IN. Notes for James Cole J. Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!To distinguish him from others of the family who bore the same name, he was familiarly known as "Brickhouse Jimmie". !One source says Phebe Ann was the daughter of Martha Webb but was known as Phebe Tucker, but another says it was Emily J. Webb-Tucker. Emily J. appears to be the eldest. sdw More About James Cole J. Tucker: Burial: Johnson County, IN viii. Rhoda Tucker, born 16 Apr 1829 in Preble County, OH; died 01 Apr 1915 in Shelby County, IN. Notes for Rhoda Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Rhoda Tucker married George Strickler October 9, 1845 Book 5, page 331 Shelby County Marriage Records. She was the youngest child of Ephraim and Winnaford Hood Tucker and was born in Preble County Ohio. She came to Shelby County, Indiana with her parents when she was 10 years old. She died at her home in Boggstown, April 1st 1915. More About Rhoda Tucker: Burial: 2nd Mt Pleasant Cem., Johnson County, IN

136. James Owens, born Abt. 1785; died 1832. He was the son of 272. Samual Owens and 273. Elizabeth Webb. He married 137. Mary Anne Settle 26 May 1804 in King George Co VA. 137. Mary Anne Settle, born 1785 in King George Co VA. She was the daughter of 274. Thomas Settle. Child of James Owens and Mary Settle is:

68 i. John Owens, born 1817; died 1869; married Mary Fisher.

138. George Fisher He married 139. Catherine Bowers. 139. Catherine Bowers Child of George Fisher and Catherine Bowers is:

69 i. Mary Fisher, born 1812; died 1895; married John Owens.

140. Thomas Patterson, born 24 Apr 1801 in Fayette Co Ky; died 1893 in Johnson Co Indiana. He was the son of 280. Robert Patterson and 281. Jane Henderson. He married 141. Francis Harris 1824. 141. Francis Harris, born 1804; died Bet. 1835 - 1837. Child of Thomas Patterson and Francis Harris is:

70 i. John Robert Patterson, born 25 Feb 1825 in Clark Co Indiana; died 06 Feb 1912 in Johnson Co Indiana; married (1) Sarah Ann Stewart 20 Feb 1847 in Johnson Co IN; married (2) Sarah Martin 1862.

142. James Stewart He married 143. Miss Ogden. 143. Miss Ogden

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Child of James Stewart and Miss Ogden is:

71 i. Sarah Ann Stewart, born 1823; died 1859; married John Robert Patterson 20 Feb 1847 in Johnson Co IN.

144. Zachariah E. Underwood, born 27 Dec 1803 in Franklin CO KY; died 19 May 1870. He was the son of 288. John Underwood and 289. Priscilla Cox. He married 145. Sarah Jones 10 Apr 1823 in Jefforson IN. 145. Sarah Jones, born 01 Nov 1804; died 17 May 1845 in Jefferson CO IN. More About Zachariah E. Underwood: Burial: Hopewell Cemetery in Jennings County IN More About Sarah Jones: Burial: Wirt Cemetery, Jennings County IN Child of Zachariah Underwood and Sarah Jones is:

72 i. Benjamin Franklin Underwood, born 12 Jan 1823 in Ky; died 12 Mar 1864 in Helena Ark; married Mary Jane Ford 25 Dec 1844 in Jefferson Co., Ind..

146. Warner Ford, born 05 Nov 1802 in Ky; died 05 Jan 1887 in Jefferson, In. He was the son of 292. Jarret Ford and 293. Elizabeth Terrell. He married 147. Nancy Ann Lee. 147. Nancy Ann Lee, born 24 Dec 1809 in Gallatin, Ky; died 16 Jul 1879 in Smyrna Twp, Jefferson, In. She was the daughter of 294. Gershom Lowery Lee and 295. Elizabeth Ford. Child of Warner Ford and Nancy Lee is:

73 i. Mary Jane Ford, born 24 Sep 1824 in Jefferson, Indiana; died in Rushville, Ill; married Benjamin Franklin Underwood 25 Dec 1844 in Jefferson Co., Ind..

148. John Duke, born 25 Jan 1756 in Britain; died 09 Apr 1841 in Johnson Co Indiana. He was the son of 296. John Duke. He married 149. Sally McNeal Bet. 1788 - 1789 in Alleghanny Co VA (then Botetort Co). 149. Sally McNeal, born Abt. 1770 in VA; died Abt. 1844. Notes for John Duke: I can tell you of John Duke, a soldier of the Revolutionary War, was born in the British Isles January 25, 1756, and came to America in early youth. When the War of Independence was declared, he enlisted as a private in Captain Charles Craig's Company, First Pennsylvania Line, May 5, 1776. He was in the battles of Brandywine, Germantown, Trenton, Princeton, Ft. Washington, White Plains, and many other engagements. In October and November 1777 his name is recorded among the privates in Pennsylvania Invalid Regiment at Philadelphia. On September 12, 1778 he re-enlisted to serve the remainder of the war under Captain John Pearson at Philadelphia and served in Colonel Walter Stewart's 2nd Pennsylvania Regiment. He also served in Colonel Richard Butler's 9th Pennsylvania Regiment. Part of his military service was rendered as a volunteer in the Pennsylvania Navy and had the experience of having been captured and held prisoner on a British Man of War in New York Harbor. After the war he settled in western Virginia in Botetourt Co., afterwards called Alleghany Co., where he married Sally McNeal of Covington, VA on February 12, 1789. My family history mentions John Duke's long ride through wolf infested Inidiana countryside to collect his pension Picture is John Duke's grave at Shiloh Cemetery, east of Waverly, Indiana Directions: Shiloh Cemetery Located in Section 36 of Harrison Township, Morgan County east of Waverly, Indiana near Banta, Indianaa and

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near the Johnson County line. The cemetery is located 1.5 miles from State Hwy 37 - junction to Waverly, Indiana It is 2.4 miles east of Waverly across State Highway 37. Follow the hard surface road and turn left at the "T", then go east a short distance (about 3rd turnoff), turn right aand go about 1/10 mile and cemetery is on the left several feet from the road. The cemetery is being kept up.

More About John Duke: Burial: Shiloh Cemetery near Banta, Indiana Notes for Sally McNeal: Was from Covington, VA when married Child of John Duke and Sally McNeal is:

74 i. Washington Duke, born 1814 in Wythe VA?; died 1854; married Rosana Etter 03 May 1839 in Morgan Indiana.

150. Daniel Etter, born 28 Sep 1791 in Wyth VA; died 09 Feb 1871 in Johnson co IN. He was the son of 300. Daniel Etter and 301. Mary Magdalen Rein. He married 151. Mary Magdalana Lindamood 21 May 1812 in Rev John Stanger, Wythe, Virginia. 151. Mary Magdalana Lindamood, born 07 Jan 1801 in Wyth VA; died 24 Mar 1838 in Indiana. She was the daughter of 302. John Lindamood and 303. Maria Lindamood. More About Daniel Etter: Burial: Banta, Tresslar Cem, JOHNSON, Indiana More About Mary Magdalana Lindamood: Burial: Banta, Tresslar Cem, JOHNSON, Indiana Child of Daniel Etter and Mary Lindamood is:

75 i. Rosana Etter, born 25 Sep 1815 in Wythe VA; died 21 Jun 1897 in Johnson co IN; married (1) Washington Duke 03 May 1839 in Morgan Indiana; married (2) Andrew Underwood 25 Jun 1857 in Morgan Indiana; married (3) Henry Armstrong 20 Oct 1866 in Morgan Indiana.

154. Thomas Roseberry, born 31 Oct 1752 in Belfast, Ireland; died 1844 in Graham Jefferson CO In. He married 155. Catherine Earhart Bet. 1791 - 1792 in Jefferson CO In. 155. Catherine Earhart, born 08 Aug 1778 in Lancaster, , , Pennsylvania; died 1846. She was the daughter of 310. George Earhart and 311. Catharina Earhart. Child of Thomas Roseberry and Catherine Earhart is:

77 i. Mary Roseberry, born 16 Nov 1804 in Hamilton OH/Hamilton Co., OH; married (1) Anthony Chambers 1823; married (2) William Bellew Abt. 1831 in Indiana.

160. David Bates, died Bet. 1765 - 1766. He married 161. Anabella Dodds. 161. Anabella Dodds Notes for David Bates: FAMILY SEARCH ALSO HAS ANC FILE SHOWING PARENTS AS: DANIEL BATES B 1736 HANOVER MORRIS NJ & JANE REED Child of David Bates and Anabella Dodds is:

80 i. Daniel Bates, born 27 Mar 1763 in Morris CO NJ; died 06 Feb 1845 in Sandusky OH; married (1) Mary Kitchel 22 Nov 1787 in Hanover NJ; married (2) Sarah Osborne 1801 in Cincinnati Ohio.

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168. Noah Young, born Apr 1788 in Elizabeth Township, Essex, New Jersey/Essex Co., NJ; died 05 Jul 1858 in New Haven, Ohio. He was the son of 336. Morgan Jr. Young and 337. Jane Losey. He married 169. Anna Mitchell Young 20 Mar 1811 in North Monroeville, Huron, OH. 169. Anna Mitchell Young, born 23 Mar 1794 in Morris Co., New Jersey; died 26 Apr 1886 in Perkins Township, Erie, OH. She was the daughter of 338. Nathanial Mitchell Young and 339. Mary Lewis. Notes for Noah Young: Our Young Family in America: Noah Young was a blacksmith who known by Ohio indians as the "Ax Man" At age 18, he & his parents moved to near West Union, Adams Co; then joined realitves near Fredericktown, OH. Before his first land purchase in northern Ohio he visited & bought land in Tenn: his wife refused to live their due to lack of schools. He was a corporal in the war of 1812. He had 10 children from 1812 - 1930. More About Noah Young: Military service: Corporal War 1812 Notes for Anna Mitchell Young: [mahlong young back 6.ged] 1788; d. 1858; m. ANNA YOU Child of Noah Young and Anna Young is:

84 i. Mahlon Young, born 12 Mar 1812 in NR FREDERICKTOWN, KNOX, OH; died 18 Dec 1886 in Collins Huron Ohio; married Orilla Young.

170. Josiah Young, born 27 Feb 1870 in Salem NH; died 18 Sep 1870 in North Monroeville OH. He was the son of 340. Edward Clark Young and 341. Ruth Hazelton. He married 171. Mary Barden 15 May 1808 in STODDARD, CHESHIRE, NH. 171. Mary Barden, born 01 Oct 1785 in STODDARD, CHESHIRE, NH; died 10 Feb 1880 in MONROEVILLE, HURON, OH. She was the daughter of 342. Philip Barden and 343. Phebe Basset. Notes for Josiah Young: Josiah moved to Rochester VT in 1812, then to Ohio in 1836. He reached Cook's Corner, Huron Co in the evening and sought shelter for the night in a home of Noah Young (no relation). Liking the area and people, he halted is covered wagon and bought land near Noah. IN less that a year, Mahlon, son of Noah and Anna married Orilla, daughter of Josiahd and Mary (Polly) Child of Josiah Young and Mary Barden is:

85 i. Orilla Young, born 07 May 1813 in ROCHESTER, WINDSOR, VT; died 23 Feb 1898 in Collins Huron Ohio; married Mahlon Young.

176. Jacob Smith Jennings, born 10 Jan 1793 in Hadenfield, Gloucester or Camden NJ/Gloucester Co., NJ; died 1857 in Warren County, Ohio. He was the son of 352. John Jennings and 353. Sarah Hopkins. He married 177. Osea Blackford 1818. 177. Osea Blackford, born 21 Aug 1799 in Warren County, Ohio; died 03 Aug 1876. She was the daughter of 354. John Blackford and 355. Susannah Hampton.

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Notes for Jacob Smith Jennings: Jacob S. Jennings, was a native of New Jersey, coming to Ohio while a child, and grew to maturity in Warren County, Ohio. He came to this county at an early date and entered land; also entered a farm of 160 acres in Henry County, Ohio, for each of his sons. He died February 21, 1857, aged sixty-four years. His wife, Osee Blackford, was born in Warren County, Ohio, in 1799, and died August 3, 1876. Their union was blessed with thirteen children: John M., George N., Milton, Ethen A. (deceased), Jackson, Justin, Barkley, Martha and Mary (twins), Sarah, Laura A., Cynthia and Susan.

Thomas W Jennings is listed as relative

Child of Jacob Jennings and Osea Blackford is:

88 i. George Newton Jennings, born 1821 in NJ; died 1894; married Sarah Jane Morrison 1850.

178. John Morrison, born in Center CO Penn. He married 179. Charlotte Morrison. 179. Charlotte Morrison Child of John Morrison and Charlotte Morrison is:

89 i. Sarah Jane Morrison, born 1831 in PA; died 1907; married George Newton Jennings 1850.

180. William Leist, born 03 Apr 1800 in Northumberland Co., PA; died 21 Apr 1862 in Liberty Twp., Henry Co., OH. He was the son of 360. David Leist and 361. Catherine Stimely Stimling. He married 181. Sarah Nye Bet. 1820 - 1925. 181. Sarah Nye, born 06 Nov 1801 in Hagerstown, Washington Co., MD; died 25 Nov 1865 in Liberty Twp., Henry Co., OH. She was the daughter of 362. John Nye. Notes for William Leist: The family moved to Henry Co., OH . in 1851 More About William Leist: Burial: Liberty chapel Cem., Liberty Twp., Henry Co., OH Notes for Sarah Nye: a possible connection: We have a George Nigh as executor of Henry Bowser's will in 1806, in Washington County, MD. In 1805 George Nye bought a half section of land from the congress land office at CVhillicothe, Ohio. later he sold this land to Jacob and John Bowser. the Nye family founded Sandwich, Mass., and the Sandwich Glass company, and some of them fought in the Revolutionary War, and Colonial Wars, notedly Benjamin Nye. More About Sarah Nye: Burial: Liberty Chapel Cem., Liberty Twp., Henry Co., OH Child of William Leist and Sarah Nye is:

90 i. William W. Leist, born 19 Jan 1832 in Washington Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; died 28 Apr 1886 in Liberty Twp., Henry Co., OH; married Mary Ann Hartman 1856.

184. Henry Metzgar, born 1797 in Union County PA; died 1868. He married 185. Catharine Vise in Pickaway County, Ohio. 185. Catharine Vise, born 1795 in Union County PA; died 1880.

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Notes for Henry Metzgar: From BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES, ADAMS TOWNSHIP. DANIEL METZGER, farmer, P. O. Republic, is a native of Pickaway County, Ohio, born August 15, 1818, son of Henry and Catharine (Vise) Metzger, natives of Union County, Penn., and who were married in Pickaway County, Ohio, and moved to this county in October, 1833; they were the parents of four children: Elizabeth, Mary A., Harriet and Daniel. Henry Metzger was born February 8, 1797, died March 4, 1868; his widow was born August 14, 1794, died May 9, 1880. The father of our subject was one of the first to enter land in this county, and he improved many acres with his own hands and the assistance of his only son, Daniel. He was a noted military man, having drilled several companies of home guards. He was an ardent advocate of the principles of the Democratic party, and was a member of the Lutheran Church. Child of Henry Metzgar and Catharine Vise is:

92 i. Daniel Metzgar, married Sara Whiteman 31 Aug 1838.

186. Samuel Whiteman, born in PA. He was the son of 372. Abraham Whiteman. Notes for Samuel Whiteman: ADAMS TOWNSHIP. - 399 The eastern fork of Beaver Creek rises in Thompson Township, flows generally westward, and enters the main creek on the line of Sections 9 and 16, Adanis Township. A small creek courses through the extreme northeastern part of the township, while a few rivulets, or small spring creeks, are found almost in every section. The name, Beaver Creek, is derived from the fact that it was a favorite camping resort of the beavers, long before the Senecas came to this district. On this creek, just west of, the township line, Josiah Hedges had a grist-mill erected in 1838. The township has a rolling surface, is very fertile, and is inhabited by a good class of citizens. The population in 1830 was only 830; in 1880 it increased to 1,624, and is now estimated, including Green Spring Village, at 2,000 in. habitants. Railroads are represented in the township by the Indiana, Bloomington & Western and the "Nickel Plate," the former an old friend of its northwestern corner, the latter a new friend, equipped after the fashion of modern days. Organic and Official. - The township, as established December 6. 1826, comprised Township 3, Range 16, and the western tier of sections in Township 3, Range 17; minus the lands of the Seneca Indians to which the Indian grant was added in 1832. The first election was held at Samuel Whiteman's house, December 25, 1826, when Martin Olds, L. T. Butler and Thomas Longwith were elected trustees; Charles Shelby and Thomas Whiteman, overseers of the poor; G. Lee and Samuel Hartsock, fence viewers; Cyrenius Wright, treasurer; William Myers, William Mead and Francis Evans, supervisors, and Moses Pyatt, constable. Twelve years after the organization of Adams Township, on December 6, 1838, a petition was presented to the commissioners, asking for the establishment of a new township, out of Adams and Pleasant, to be named Sulphur Springs. This petition was not granted. 1827. Record partially destroyed; Samuel Whiteman, justice of peace. 1828. Martin Olds, William Mead, Samuel Whiteman, trustees; Abram Rine, clerk. 1829. Lyman Amsden, Thomas Webb, Samuel Whiteman, trustees: Abram Rine, clerk. 1830. Samuel Elder, Samuel Whiteman, Lyman Amsden, trustee: Abram Rine, clerk; Samuel Whiteman and Martin Olds, justices.

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1831. Same trustees; W. Mead, John Paine, M. Olds, trustees of school laws. 1832. Same trustees and clerk. 1833. Samuel Elder, Jacob Rine, Lyman Amsden, trustees; Abram Rive and Zimri Butler, justices; Samuel Whiteman, clerk. 1834. John Bebe, Samuel Elder, Abram Rine, trustees; Samuel White man, clerk. 1835. James C. Hocket, D. H. Dana, Abram Rine, trustees; E. D. Fol let, clerk; Ira Phelps, justice. 1836. John Paine, E. Smith, James Crockett, trustees; E. D. Follet, clerk. 1837. John Petticord, S. Whiteman, John Paine, trustees; A. Crocketi. clerk. 1838. D. H. Dana, John Craig, John Petticord, trustees; S. Whitemam. clerk; E. D. Bradley, justice. n May 5, of this year, the township was laid off into school district. 1830. D. R. Two. Jolm Petticord, John Waters, or:; trustees I. W. Small. clerk.

Child of Samuel Whiteman is:

93 i. Sara Whiteman, born 1819; died 1850; married Daniel Metzgar 31 Aug 1838.

188. John Petticord, born 1798 in Md; died 1849. He married 189. Mary Ann Guisbert. 189. Mary Ann Guisbert, born 1796; died 1871. Notes for John Petticord: Pettichord has numerous spellings: peddicord, petticoat, peddicoart,... This is not a common name and this line likely descends from the petticord line in fredricksburg co MD From the site http://www.rootsweb.com/~leeg/peddicord/family/index.htm: It seems that almost all variations in spelling of Peddicord, Petticord, Peddycord, Peddychord in the US are descendants of William Petticoate, who came to Maryland in 1669 as an indentured servant. He did not live to know that his son, John married the granddaughter of the man to whom he was indentured, Nicholas Wyatt. All Peddicord family members can also claim linage from Edward Dorsey, a shipwright who was in Virginia by 1644 and came to Maryland in 1650. Edward drown off Kent Island in the Chesapeake Bay in 1659. His son Col. Edward Dorsey andhis wife Sarah Wyatt were the parents of Sarah Dorsey who married (1st) John Norwood and (2nd) John Petticoarte. Family Search: Mary Ann Guisbert married William Kline in 1852 in Seneca 400 - HISTORY OF SENECA COUNTY. 1840. James Crockett, Samuel Whiteman, J. A. Watrous, trustees; I. W. Small, clerk. 1841. Earl Church, Samuel Whiteman, J. A. Wartrous, trustees; I. W. Small, clerk. 1842. George Kline, John Guisbert, John Petticord, trustees; J. W. Payne, clerk. 1843. George Kline, Ephraim Porter, John Petticord, trustees; Abram Rine, clerk.

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1844. George Kline, Ephraim Porter, Reuben Drinkwater, trustees; I. W. Small, clerk. 1845. Jacob Bogart, Isaac Smith, Abram Rine, trustees; James Paine, clerk. The persons over eighteen and under twenty-one years of age in the township, in 1845, numbered twenty-seven, over twenty-one and under forty-five; sixty-one. 1846. Nicholas Noel and Isaac W. Small were elected justices; Abram Rine, H. Neikirk and D. B. Lee, trustees; L. C. Stone, clerk. 1847. A. M. Stem, Ezra West, Abram Rine, trustees; L. C. Stone, clerk. 1848. D. B. Lee, Ezra West, Abram Rine, trustees; L. C. Stone, clerk; John W. Payne, justice. 1849. Same trustees; George Kline, clerk. 1850. R: B. Alexander. A. G. Whiteman, D. Petticord, trustees; James Collins, clerk. 1851. D. H. Patterson, D. Petticord, A. G. Whiteman, trustees; Isaac Stillwell, clerk. 1852. Levi Coup, D. H. Patterson, A. G. Whiteman, trustees; R. B. Mead, clerk. 1853. Levi Coup, William Jordan, A. G. Whiteman, trustees; D. H. Patterson, clerk. 1854. Abner Nims, William Jordan, A. G. Whiteman, trustees; Isaac Stillwell, clerk. , 1855. Samuel Hunter, Abner Nims, W,. Jordan, trustees; J. B. Buck, justice; A. G. Whiteman, clerk. 1856-57. Samuel Myers, J. W. Payne, James Crockett, trustees; Joel Barber, clerk. 1858. N. Noel, D. Hartsock, J. Crockett, trustees; Horace Hall, justice; George K. Kline, clerk. 1859. N. West, J. T. Kistler, Henry Metzger, trustees; D. H. Patterson, clerk. 1860. Isaac Stillwell, J. T. Kistler, Henry Metzger, trustees; H. Whiteman, justice; Isaac Stillwell, clerk. 1861-62. A. G. Whiteman, W. C. Myers, I. Stillwell, trustees; Horace Hall, D. H. Patterson, justices; J. Goodin, clerk. 1863. D. Petticord, A. G. Whiteman, James Crockett, trustees; J. Goodin, clerk. 1864. Monroe Kistler, D. Petticord, Thomas Almond, trustees; J. S. Brown, Isaac Stillwell, justices; P. H. Myers, clerk. 1865. J. S. Myers, Thomas Almond, H. P. Whiteman, trustees; Daniel Metzger, justice; P. H. Myers, clerk. 1866. Same trustees; Humphrey Whiteman, justice. 1867. James Paine, John Wales, Jr., J. S. Myers, trustees; P. H. Myers, clerk. 1868. Peter Coffman, P. S. Myers, James Paine, trustees; W. P. Myers, clerk. also: John Petticord settled in Adam's County in 1830

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94 i. Daniel Petticord, born 1820 in Md; died 1866; married Sarah Rule.

190. George Rule, born 1788 in Cumberland, Pennsylvania; died 1865 in Elkhart Indiana. He was the son of 380. John Albert Rule and 381. Elizabeth Thorn. He married 191. Sarah Fessler Bef. 1842 in Cumberland, Pennsylvania. 191. Sarah Fessler, born 1798 in Cumberland, Pennsylvania. Notes for Sarah Fessler: the Fessler name was Vossler, Vessler, Vassler in Germany and meant Vessel Maker they made barrels, buckets,etc. According to the German Genealogy Research Guide the name Fessler means Fetter Maker Child of George Rule and Sarah Fessler is:

95 i. Sarah Rule, born 1828; died 1902; married Daniel Petticord.

208. Henry James McConney He was the son of 416. John Maacconhee. Child of Henry James McConney is:

104 i. John Francis McConney, born 10 May 1807 in Saint George, Barbados, Caribbean; married Elizabeth Olton 05 Dec 1833 in Saint Michael, Barbados, Caribbean.

Generation No. 9 256. Aaron Alexander Webb, born Bef. 1750 in Essex or King George County VA; died 1807 in Woodford County, KY. He was the son of 512. Aaron Webb and 513. Betty Smith. He married 257. Mary Polly Conner 08 Sep 1793 in Ky. 257. Mary Polly Conner She was the daughter of 514. John Conner. Notes for Aaron Alexander Webb: [aaron webb.FTW] Aaron Webb first appears on the records from King George Co, Virgiinia from 1782 rthru 1794. Also his brother Moses Webb appears 1788-1794. In 1785 Aaron sold 100 acres of land to Samuel Oldham. His name then appears in the adjoining county of Stafford on the Tax lists regularly thru 1794. Note: the boundry between Stafford and King George couties changed frequently. He died in Woodford Co.m, Kentucky, left no will, but left 10 heirs including the widow, not named who received her dower. Moses Webb was administrator. The estate settlement lists William, Moses, Mary, Aaron Webb as buying sundry articles. Per Maurice Webb: William Webb *his ancestor) was a cousin of the Woodford CO Webbs. This William Webb emigrat ed to Green CO KY with (eventually) Arron's brother Moses. William Webb was son of Edward We bb of VA. 1800 William, Aaron, Aaron Jr are the 3 webb's on the Woodford CO KY tax roles. Also Argoil e Taylor & Richard Davis A Richard Davis is listed as a Woodford CO (at Roots Web) resident collecting military pensio n benefits in 1810. Also listed is William Webb

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Family History (per Thelma Webb) lists Aaron's wife as Nancy Taylor, cousin of Zachary Taylo r - although confusion about whether she was actually John Webb's first wife. A Nancy Taylo r lived in Ky at that time who as cousin of both Zachary Taylor and James Madison (per Jame s David Webb's records) The last year that Aaron Sr. appears on the tax rolls is 1802 but Aaron Jr. remains until 1825. There is a John until 1809 and William until 1811. From an Alice's Webb death certificate re parents: Aaron Webb Marriage to Judith Pinkard Cockrell b: 8 Jun 1758 in St Stephen's Parish, Northumberland, Virginia More About Aaron Alexander Webb: Record Change: 24 Jul 2001 Children of Aaron Webb and Mary Conner are:

128 i. ii. iii. John Webb, born 29 Aug 1781 in King George County, VA; died 05 Mar 1842 in Ozark, MO; married Nancy "Peggy" Davies 05 Feb 1806 in Woodford County, KY. Lucy Webb Rosanna Webb, born 1781 in VA; died Oct 1850 in Adams Township, in Dearborn County, Indiana; married John Toppass 23 Mar 1804 in Woodford CO KY.

Children of Aaron Webb and Judith Cockrell are: 258. Richard Davies He was the son of 516. Evan Davies and 517. Mary Emory Williams. He married 259. Peggy Davies. 259. Peggy Davies Notes for Richard Davies: A Capt Richard Davis is listed as a Woodford CO (at Roots Web) resident collecting military pensio n benefits in 1810.

Child of Richard Davies and Peggy Davies is:

129 i. Nancy "Peggy" Davies, born 24 Oct 1780; died 01 Jan 1860; married John Webb 05 Feb 1806 in Woodford County, KY.

260. William Hough, Jr., born 23 Jul 1754 in Bucks County, PA; died 29 Oct 1838 in Highland Co. OH. He was the son of 520. William Hough, Sr. and 521. Sarah Blaker. He married 261. Rachel Bean 22 Jun 1775 in New Jersey. 261. Rachel Bean, born 19 Dec 1752 in Bucks County, PA. She was the daughter of 522. Jacob Bean and 523. Sarah Hartley. Notes for William Hough, Jr.: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Bradley-Pelham Genealogy by Jesse C. Webb 4Note: Hough- Huff Vol. #7 William Hough (23/July/1754 Bucks Co., Pa.- 29/ Oct/ 1838 Highland Co., Ohio) was an orderly sergent inCapt Adam Vinsell's Company, Col. George West's VirginiaRegiment from 21/August/ 1780 Leesburg, Loudoun County,Virginia untill 24/ Dec/ 1780. He also served in Captian JohnLuckett's Company, Col. West's Regiment from 1/ Sept / 1781 fortwo Months served in the BATTLE OF YORKTOWN. He receivedpension s 8724 in Warren County, Indiana. His Certificate was# 26727 in Ohio. William returned to Loudoun County, Virginiauntill 1808 when he moved to HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, where helived untill 1830, than moved to Warren County. Ind. Hereturned to Highland County, Ohio to be near his younger

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sonsAshford and Paton. Paton was J. P.. Wife and names of otherrelatives not given. The Mother of Ashford and Paton isalleged to have moved to Missouri where she died in 1843. Shemay have been second wife.____________________________________________________________Hinshaw 's Quaker's Records FAIRFAX MONTHLY MEETING, VIRGINIAWilliam Hough, Jr. (NI) con Nov 22, 1777 mou in Oct 1777; hisack acc._________________________________________________________Witnessed the Will of Joseph Hough 26 April 1777 in LoudounCounty, Va. with his father William Sr.____________________________________________________________By localtradition, William's wife died in Laclede County, MO, in 1840/42, after she moved from Ohio with sons Paten, Ashford, and William III. she was remembered as "Mother Hough," lost grave, but probably in Hough Chapel Cemetery near Oakland, or an adjoining farm.) This is likely a different mother than Rachel given children's birthdates. In Missouri,

Children of William Hough and Rachel Bean are:

130 i. ii. iii. iv. Joseph Hough, born 26 Feb 1777 in PENNSYLVANIA; died 21 Nov 1844 in Shelby County, IN; married Hannah Finley 07 Apr 1803 in Ross County, OH. Ashford Hough, born Abt. 1795 in Loudoun County, VA; died Abt. 1859 in Erath County, TX. Payton Hough, born Abt. 1798 in Loudoun County, VA; died Aft. 1860 in Laclede County, MO. William Hough, born Abt. 1806 in Loudoun County, VA; died in Laclede County, MO.

262. Robert Wilkes Finley, born 17 Jun 1750 in Bucks Creek, PA; died 08 Dec 1840 in Germantown, OH. He was the son of 524. James Finley and 525. Mary Patterson. He married 263. Rebecca Bradley 1780 in Mecklenburg County, NC. 263. Rebecca Bradley, born Abt. 1760; died 22 Mar 1821 in Highland County, OH. She was the daughter of 526. James Bradley, Sr. and 527. Hannah Elizabeth Pelham. Notes for Robert Wilkes Finley: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] REFERENCE: 1. Bradley-Pelham Genealogy 1720-19__ by Jesse C. WEBB BIO: Robert was born in Bucks County, PA in 1750. His father was a settler direct from SCOTLAND. Robert was prepared for the ministry and licensed "to preach the Gospel" by the Presbytery in Pennsylvania in 1777. He spent the greater part of the period from 1777-1790 in an effort to establish Presbyterian churches in the Carolinas and Georgia. While in this territory he married Rebecca Bradley. The marriage took place in Mecklenburg County, NC. As early as May 20, 1775, Mecklenburg County took a positive stand for Independence. On that day some of the militiamen met in Charlotte and passed resolutions repudiating British Authority and requesting the people of the county to form a temporary government of their own. They were known as "The Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence." May 20 was long a holiday in North Carolina. Later the family moved to Bourbon County, KY and eventually became citizens of Highland County, OH on the banks of the Sciota River near Chillicothe in 1797. He is given credit for establishing the first Presbyterian Church in that area and also is credited with stating the first high school (academy) in the State of Ohio in the town of Concord. Robert Finley was nearly killed during the Revolutionary conflict in Carolina (which was more a civil war in that area). A musket ball passed through his clothing as he stepped down from the pulpit. In that area, presbyterian ministers were a strong voice for independence, drafing the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence; which

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some historians believe was used as basis by Thomas Jefferson for his Declaration of Independence. When in Kentucky, he established the Cane Ridge school - which still stands today - the first high scholl in that area. Per his Ministry - from Presbyterian Church Web Site Record of the Presbytery of Transylvania: "In re R.W. Finley, received February 17, from Redstone Presbytery, February, 1795, he is accused of drunkenness: not present, but petitions for a session meeting to be ordered, to inquire concerning himself, and to try certain person for scandal. This refused, a letter is handed in from him, denouncing Presbytery, and declaring his renunciation of the authority and connection. Presbytery then deposed him and declared his charge vacant. In April he appeared, said he misunderstood, and signed a paper, and was restored; his trial was ordered; July, Presbytery met at his place, sent for him twice. He sent word they need not trouble themselves for he should not come; also sent a letter renouncing jurisdiction again. Suspended; his charges of scandal dismissed; cited to the next Presbytery. October, having disregarded four citation sand continuing to preach, he is deposed. He was pastor of Ash Ridge and Concord Churches." Davidson, p. 127 says: "The Rev. Robert Finley, originally from South Carolina, was received from Redstone Presbytery, February 20th, 1792, with a high character, which he soon contrived to forfeit. . . He was finally deposed October 6, 1796" But the records of the Washington Presbytery in 1801 include the following: "An address from the people of New Market, respecting the restoration of Mr. Robert W. Finley, formerly member of the Presbytery of Transylvania, and by them deposed, was read. Presbytery having also heard Mr. Finley as to his desire of returning, Resolved that longer time will be necessary to evidence the nature of his repentance, and heal the wound he has given to religion." After being deposed by the Presbyterians, R.W. Wilson turned to Methodism. He was received into the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1812.

He left the church. Church records indicate this was due to scandal and alchohol problems - created during his appointment in the redstone district. His son Jame's autobigraphy didn't mention this, and James was quite specific about condeming those with intemperance problems - including Gen Massee. Family tradition was that he suffered from an Epileptic condition. He also created some controversy with Watt hyms during services, and co-preaching with preachers from other demonications - per his son's autobigraphy. There may be some confusion about the scandal: there was another preacher named Robert Finley at that time in Pennsalvania who was booted from the Presbyterian church because of drinking. He studied at Princeton, and was an instructor of languages for a time there. He was under the tutaledge of Princeton's president Dr. Witherspoon, who was himself a radical thinker and orator for his time. After leaving the Presbyterian Church, he corresponded with Gen Massee, and then moved to Ohio with members of his congregation. At that time he freed his slaves and was a vocal opponent of slavery after that time. He became a preacher in the Methodist church in Ohio. His son James wrote of returning to Kentucky to minister to these freed slaves, and helping them relocate to their location in Ohio. From his son James B Finley's Sketches of Indian Life (his books are available online at http://www.nnu.edu/wesleyctr/books/indices/index-f-authors.htm): My father, after emigrating to Kentucky, purchased some land, and settled near the present town of Flemingsburg [the site of the Finley house is a historic site]. This was in 1789. Ours was the frontier house of the settlement, and we were much exposed to the incursions of Indians and wild beasts. The next year we moved to Bourbon county. There my father ministered to -- two congregations -- one at Cane Ridge [i belive the Cane Ridge meeting house still stands as a historic site], the other at Concord. Both were prosperous in a high degree. But we found here also causes of serious discontent. There was great uncertainty among the settlers as to the title to their lands, some of them had spent their last farthing in the purchase of their lands; and then, after encountering all the dangers and toils of pioneer life, in clearing and bringing them under cultivation, some other claimant would come and dispossess them of their

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homes. In such cases there was often no redress. The unprincipled speculator, having sold his spurious title, would disappear, and when the defrauded settler discovered that his claim was worthless, could not be found. My father was also utterly opposed to the system of slavery which prevailed in Kentucky, and had liberated his slaves. This brought down upon him the ill-will and persecution of the fiery advocates of the system. The main body of both his congregations, however, strongly sympathized with him in his antislavery views; and the mutual ties that bound them together were so strong, that nearly the whole of them finally emigrated with him to the North-Western territory. While this state of things existed on the Kentucky side of the river; their attention was drawn to the rich lands of the Scioto Valley. These lands had been surveyed by Colonel Massie, in 1792, and he gave the most glowing accounts of the fertility of the soil and the beauty of the scenery. My father, in the latter part of 1794, opened a negotiation with Massie for a tract of from fifteen to twenty miles square, for the settlement of his two congregations, and such other friends from eastern Pennsylvania, as might choose to join him. On the succeeding March, Colonel Massie visited him at his residence. Here he had an interview with a large company of those who were anxious to emigrate, and arrangements for that purpose were made. A day was fixed upon for a general rendezvous at Massie's Station, now Manchester, and my father took immediate measures to apprise his friends in the east of the arrangements, and the prospects of the enterprise. Massie's Station was about twelve miles above Maysville, but upon the opposite side of the river, The settlement had been made in 1791, and now consisted of about thirty families. They were strongly intrenched in their log-cabins, and the whole town was inclosed with strong pickets firmly fixed in the ground, with block-houses at each angle for defense. Though the most desperate Indian war was then raging, and fearful barbarities were committed by the savages, this settlement, owing to its excellent preparations for defense, and the watchfulness of the brave spirits that guarded it, suffered comparatively little. Even their agricultural labors were prosecuted with comparative safety; for having cleared the lowest of the "Three Islands," which were in the river just opposite to their settlement, they planted it with corn. The soil was very rich, and the crops abundant, so that the wants of the little settlement were abundantly supplied. From James B Finleys Autobiography My ancestors were Europeans. My paternal grandfather was of the old stock of Pennsylvanians from Scotland. He being one of the younger sons, his elder brother who, according to the laws of primogeniture, inherited the Finley manor, sent him to the El Dorado of the western world, in quest of his fortune. Having made Pennsylvania his home, he was in due time married to Miss Mary Patterson, a lady from Germany. My maternal grandfather -- Mr. James Bradley -- was a native of Wales. My grandmother was from England; she was a lady of rare endowments, thoroughly educated, being well-read in the ancient languages. During the period of revolutionary strife and suffering she made herself acquainted with medical science, and opened a hospital for the sick and wounded soldiers, administering to their necessities with her own benevolent hand. My father -- Robert W. Finley -- was born in Bucks County, Pennsylvania; and, after having received all the advantages of literary training from the schools of his neighborhood and the instructions of his patriot mother, he was sent to Princeton College, New Jersey, and placed under the care of the venerable and talented Dr. Witherspoon, President of that institution. After having passed through his collegiate course, he spent several years in studying theology, and was occasionally employed as a teacher of languages. Being prepared, as far as a theological training could prepare him, for the work of the ministry, he was licensed, by the Presbytery, to preach the Gospel. At that time there were great and pressing calls for ministerial labor in the new settlements of the Carolinas and Georgia; and, obeying the command of his Master, to "go into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature," he volunteered his services as a missionary to that then distant field. The country was in an unsettled state; the gloomy clouds of war hung bodingly over the American horizon; and although our patriot fathers had cast off their allegiance to the British crown, had struck the decisive blow, and erected a broad, strong platform of national

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independence, yet the days of trial and conflict had not passed. The Red Sea had been crossed, the Rubicon had been passed, and their enemies overthrown like the enemies of ancient Israel; yet, before they could gain entire and undisputed possession of the fair inheritance they claimed, every foe had to be vanquished. The times in which men live develop a corresponding character. A missionary of that day, imbued with the heroic spirit of the times, would not be likely to stop to count the cost of a perilous enterprise where the advancement of the kingdom of his Lord was concerned, but, buckling on his armor, would courageously go forth at once to "glorious war." There being no missionary bank in any of the American churches at that day, on whose resources the missionary could draw the needed supplies, young Finley bade adieu to home and friends, and, in the name of his Master, trusting in God for help and direction, hastened to his distant field of labor. No sooner did he arrive, than he entered upon his work of visiting the towns, villages, and settlements in North and South Carolina, and Georgia, preaching the gospel, and planting churches in destitute places. Here he labored for three consecutive years; at the end of which time he married Miss Rebecca Bradley, whose father -- Mr. James Bradley, as above noticed -- believing he could better the condition of his family by removing to a new country, sold out his possessions on the Delaware river, and removed to North Carolina. The marriage was celebrated in the year 1780, and on the following year, in the month of July, I was born. The horrors of a civil war raged with great fury; neighbor was massacred by his neighbor. The Tory party [those Colonists loyal to England] urged on by the British, resorted to every conceivable means of oppression and violence to drive all the Whigs [Colonists who supported the American Revolution] from the country, or keep up a war of extermination. In this relentless persecution every feeling of humanity was outraged; and the barbarity of the savages contending for their native hunting-grounds against the invasions of the paleface, falls below the savagery of Tory warfare. All of my mother's brothers were killed in this most deadly strife. Captain James Bradley fell in Gates' defeat, fighting by the side of that heroic stranger. Baron De Kalb, who, filled with generous emotions, left his father-land, to join in our struggles, and water the tree of liberty with his heroic blood. My uncle, Mr. Francis Bradley, was murdered by four Tories near his own house. He was assailed by them, and, knowing their purpose, he resolved to sell his life at the dearest rate. A fierce and deadly encounter ensued; but, being overpowered by numbers, he was conquered, and the cowardly ruffians shot him with his own rifle. Mr. John Bradley was taken prisoner, and died on board a prison-ship. My father and his congregation were very odious to the Tory party, and they were watched and waylaid on every occasion; so that their lives were in jeopardy every hour. Even the sanctuary and the family altar afforded no security, but were ruthlessly invaded by these more than savage white men. One of the elders of my father's church, while engaged in solemn prayer around the domestic altar, was shot down in the midst of his family by one of his Tory neighbors. The Tory on passing was arrested by the voice of prayer, and stealthily slipping to the window, which, like Daniel's, was open, he took a cool and deliberate aim at the heart of the worshipper, and his spirit fled to join the worshippers above. On that same morning my father was shot at as he stepped out of the door, the ball passing through the clothes on his breast. Those who killed Mr. Francis Bradley were followed, and three of them killed, the other making his escape. After the war, the fugitive being found by my uncle Price, was summarily punished. .... My grandparents were subjected to the severest trials; not only suffering the loss of their children, but their property; and their condition as well as that of all others similarly situated, would have been vastly worse, had it not been for the untiring vigilance and indomitable courage of the heroic Marion. [this would the war hereo Francis Marion a French Heugonot backwoodsman] .... My parents and relatives were all Presbyterians, except my grandmother Bradley, who was a Whitefield Methodist, and had been converted to God in her early life by the ministry of that distinguished and eloquent man of God, Rev. George Whitefield. ....

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At the close of the Revolutionary war, the new world, as it was then called, or, in other words, the land of Boone -- Kentucky -- excited the attention of my father and others, who were personally acquainted with Colonel Boone; and, taking with him two of his brothers and as many others of the neighbors as desired to accompany him, he started out on a tour of exploration. It was in the Spring of 1784 that they entered upon this expedition; and, after traversing the length and breadth of the land, they returned in the summer, with the most glowing accounts of this terrestrial paradise, this new Canaan, "flowing with milk and honey." No sooner had this intelligence been received, than many families resolved to emigrate. My grandparents, being too old to encounter the perils and fatigues of the wilderness, were not inclined to go: whereupon my father yielded to their wishes, abandoned his purpose of going to Kentucky, and removed with his parents to Virginia, and settled between the north and south branches of the Potomac. Here my father had two congregations, to whom he ministered the word of life. Not satisfied with his location, and still yearning after Kentucky, in the course of two years he crossed the mountains, and came to George's Creek, near to where the town of Geneva now stands. In this place he gathered a congregation, and preached with great success and popularity. The Finleys were driven from Kentucky by "land pirates" as were many early kentucky settlers. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINUTES OF THE SYNOD OF THE CAROLINAS, FROM 1788 TO 1801 INCLUSIVE. WHEN it was finally determined, in May, 1788, by the Synod of New York and Philadelphia, to constitute a General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America, as a preliminary step some new Synods were first set off, of which the Synod of the Carolinas was one; by the following resolutions the way was open for its meeting:--"Resolved, that the Synod of the Carolinas meet on the first Wednesday of November next, at eleven o'clock, A.M., at Centre church, in Rowan county, and that Mr. Pattillo, or, in his absence, the senior minister present, open the Synod with a sermon, and preside till a moderator be chosen." The Presbyteries that, united, formed the Synod, were Orange, in North Carolina, South Carolina, in the State of the same name, and Abingdon, principally in Tennessee. The members of Orange Presbytery were Rev. Messrs. Henry Pattillo, David Caldwell, Samuel E. McCorkle, James Hall, Robert Archibald, James McRee, Jacob Lake, Daniel Thatcher, David Barr, John Beck, in all ten. Those of South Carolina, James Edmonds, John Harris, Joseph Alexander, John Simpson, Thomas Reese, Thomas H. McCaule, James Templeton, Francis Cummins, Robert Finley, Robert Hall, Robert Mecklin; in all eleven. Of Abingdon Presbytery, Charles Cummins, Hezekiah Balch, John Cossan, Samuel Houston, Samuel Carrick, James Balch, in all seven. Total in the Synod, twenty-eight. From the records of the twenty-five sessions which this Synod held, previously to its division in 1813, such extracts will be made as are of abiding interest, or necessary to give a succinct account of the doings of a pious and active body of men, whose names and doings should not be forgotten. In some cases a brief statement will be made, embracing the spirit of the records for the sake of brevity; in others the very words will be given, which will be indicated by the common quotation marks. The exact words will be given whenever they appear to be of importance.

"SESSION I. "Centre Church, State of North Carolina, November 5th, 1788. "The Synod of the Carolinas met according to the appointment of the late Synod of New York and Philadelphia, convened in May, 1788. Members present were, of the Presbytery of Orange, the Rev. David Caldwell, Samuel E. McCorkle, James Hall, Robert Archibald, James McRee, and Jacob Lake, ministers; with elders, Messrs. Wm. Anderson, McNeely, Harris, King, Robert Irwin, and John Dickey. "Of the Presbytery of South Carolina, the Rev. James Templeton, Francis Cummins, Robert Hall, ministers; with elders, Messrs. Martin and Hamilton. "Of the Presbytery of Abingdon, the Rev. Samuel Houston. One new member, it appears, had been added to

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the Presbytery of South Carolina, John Newton, and one had died, Robert Mecklin. The Synod was opened by the Rev. David Caldwell being the senior member present, after which Synod was constituted with prayer. The Rev. David Caldwell was chosen moderator, and Rev. James McRee and Robert Hall clerks." The Committee of Overtures read the following:--"That the committee think it highly necessary that Synod should inquire respecting a certain report injurious to the credit of the late Synod of New York and Philadelphia, namely, that said Synod had cast off the larger catechism, and that with difficulty the shorter was retained." The Synod, in consequence of examining into the above report, and having received what they considered as authentic testimony to the contrary, concluded the report to be totally false. "Resolved, that it be enjoined on the several members of Synod, to take an account, when it may appear that the above false and scandalous report is injurious to the credit of religion, and call those who propagated it before their respective jurisdiction, and if found guilty without being able to give their author, that they be treated according to the demerit of their crime. "Synod adjourned to meet at Poplar Tent, on the first Wednesday in September next. Concluded with prayer." "SESSION II. "Poplar Tent, State of North Carolina, September 2d, 1789. "The Synod met according to adjournment, and was opened by the Rev. David Caldwell, with a sermon from Psalms ii., 6." Two members were reported as added to the Presbytery of South Carolina, Robert McCullock and William C. Davis, and one dismissed, Robert Finley. It appeared that the Presbytery of Orange had received the Rev. David Kerr, from the Presbytery of Temple Patrick, in Ireland, as a member in good standing; the Synod proceeded to consider his credentials and collateral testimony, approved of the proceeding and invited him to a seat. The report about the larger catechism being cast off was further considered, and it appearing the Rev. Robert Finley, lately dismissed from the Presbytery of South Carolina, was implicated in that report, Synod ordered a letter to be written to him, and another to the Presbytery of which he is a member. "Overtures,--Whether persons who practise dancing, revelling, horse-racing, and card-playing, are to be admitted to sealing ordinances? Synod, taking into consideration these and other things of a similar tendency, Resolved, that they are wrong; and the practisers of them ought not to be admitted to sealing ordinances, until they be dealt with by their spiritual rulers in such manner as to them may appear most for the glory of God, their own good, and the good of the church." "Overture,--Are persons who habitually neglect to attend public worship, on fast or thanksgiving days, admissible to sealing ordinances? Synod unanimously agree that such conduct is inconsistent with the Christian character; a disrespect paid to the call of God in his providences, and the authority of the church; offensive to the sober-minded, and in point of example injurious to others."

Children of Robert Finley and Rebecca Bradley are:

i. ii. Robert Wilkes Finley, Jr. James Bradley Finley, born 14 Jul 1781 in Mecklenburg County, NC; died 06 Sep 1857 in Preble County, OH. Notes for James Bradley Finley: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Bradley-Pelham Genealogy by Jesse Clements WEBB BIO: The autobiography of James Bradley Finley was published by the Methodist Book Concern of Cincinnati in 1853. Excerpted from his book is the following: "My grandfather (James Bradley) having died and willed all his slaves to

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my mother and her children making my father (Robert Finley) the sole executor of the estate he immediately went to Paris, Kentucky and executed the deed of emancipation to all the slaves from the oldest to the youngest, amounting in all to fourteen. Preparation for their removal being made about the first day of December in the year 1796. Twelve of the emancipated were mounted on pack horses and started for Ohio. My father placed me in charge of the company, though I was only sixteen years of age. After sixteen days of toil and hardship, we reached our place of destination on the banks of the Sciota below Chillicothe. My father, Robert Finley, treated his slaves with great tenderness, more like children than servants. He never punished one of them to my recollection. They were all taught to read and joined together in praise and prayer to God." p. 35. "My father having bought land in what is now Highland County (OH) resolved to move and take possession. This section was then a dense wilderness, with only here and there a human habitation. My father-in-law, being dissatisfied with his daughter's choice did not even allow her to take her clothes, so we started out without any patrimony to make our fortune in the woods. With the aid of my brother John, I built a cabin in the forest, my nearest neighbor being three miles off. Into this we moved without horse or cow, bed or bedding, bag or baggage. We gathered up leaves and dried them in the sun; then put them into a bed-tick. For a bedstead, we drove stakes into the ground and laid sticks across, over which we placed elm bark. On this we placed our bed of leaves and had comfortable lodging. The next thing was to procure something to eat. Of meat we had an abundance, supplied by my rifle, but we wanted some bread. I cut and split one hundred rails for a bushel of potatoes, which I carried home on my back, about six miles. At the same place I worked a day for a hen and three chickens. Our cabin was covered with bark and floored with the same material. One end of the cabin was left open for a fire place. Having no horse or plough, with my axe, I grubbed and cleared off an acre and a half, in which I dug holes with my hoe and planted my corn without any fence around it. I cultivated as best I could with my hoe and was blessed with a good crop of more than 100 bushels. With the help of my wife, I put up a neat cabin and finished it for our winter's lodging. For the purpose of making the cabin warm, I put corn in the loft, and now if we could not get bread, we had plenty of hominy. We had plenty of bear meat and vension. Our Indian friends often called and stayed all night. During the season several families settled in the neighborhood and when we were together, we enjoyed life without the gossip, bickering and backbiting which destroy the peace of a community. Though we had but little, our wants were few. When anyone needed aid all were ready to help...." I spent the greater part of winter hunting and laying up provisions for the summer, so that I might give undivided attention to farming. As we had no stock to kill and could not raise hogs because the wild animals would carry them off, we were obliged to depend on the product of the woods. As the bear was most valuable, we always hunetd for this animal. This fall there was a good mast and the bears were plentiful. About Christmas we made our turkey hunt. At that time of year they are fat and we killed them in great abundance. To preserve them, we cleaned them, cut them in two and after salting them hung them up to dry. Being dry, we would stew them in bear's oil and they made a good substitute for bread....the nearest mill was thirty miles. Another great difficulty was to procure salt, which sold enormously high...at the rate of four dollars for fifty pounds. In backwoods currency, it would require four buckskins or a large bearskin, or sixteen coonskins to make the purchase. Often it could not be had at any price so we had to pack a load of kettles on our horses to the Scioto salt lick and boil it down ourselves. Otherwise we did without. I have seen meat cured with strong hickory ashes. iii. John Patterson Finley, born 13 Jun 1783 in Mecklenburg County, NC; died 08 May 1825 in Bracken County, KY. Notes for John Patterson Finley:

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[v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Bradley-Pelham Genealogy by J. C. WEBB BIO: John was born in North Carolina in 1784. He was the first president of Augusta College which was founded in 1822 by the legislature of Kentucky. It was under the patronage of the Methodist Episcopal Church and was the first college west of the Allegheny Mountains. In 1829 Augusta College had an enrollment of 175, but previous to the Civil War, slavery conditions contributed to the downfall of the college. iv. v. vi. William P. Finley, born Abt. 1785 in North Carolina; died 1820. Samuel Finley, born Abt. 1785; died 1877. Hannah Finley, born 04 Dec 1787 in Mecklenburg County, NC; died 02 Dec 1876 in Mahaska County, IA; married Joseph Hough 07 Apr 1803 in Ross County, OH.

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264. John Beard, born Abt. 1745 in Londonderry, Ireland or England/Londonderry, Ulster, Northern Ireland; died 09 Sep 1809 in Randolph County, NC. He was the son of 528. John Beard and 529. Deborah Pease. He married 265. Martha Beard Abt. 1767. 265. Martha Beard, born Abt. 1753 in Ireland; died 19 Jun 1816. Notes for John Beard: The Beard is sometimes given as the more modern Baird or Bayrd. It is a scottish clan originally ( i think) from the south of france before William the Conquerer.

John Beard came from Ireland with his wife Martha and two oldest sons in the year 1770 on the ship Lord Dunluce, and landed the 18th day of the eighth month 1770 in Charlestown Province of South Carolina. By 1785 they are found on the Randolph County, North Carolina, tax list. BIO: Patrick Beard came with his parents, John and Martha Beard, and his brother Thomas on the Ship Lord Dunluce to Charleston, South Carolina, in 1770. By 1778 the Beards appear in Quaker records in Guilford County, North Carolina. John Beard purchased land adjacent to Abraham Woodward in Randolph County, North Carolina John and wife Martha, two sons, Thomas and Paterick, arrived in America 18 Aug 1770. They settled in Randolph Co., NC, where the rest of their family was born. REF: 1. Family Bible printed and published by Matthew Cary, 122 Market Street, Philadelphia, April 23, 1806. Thomas Beard, our son was born the 14th day of the first month 1768 Paterick Beard, our son, was born the 29th of the 12th month 1769 Jane Beard, our daughter, was born the 22nd of the second month 1772 Eseble and Martha, our daughters both died when young Sarah Beard, our daughter, was born the 2nd day of the 7th month 1778 John Beard, our son, was born the 2nd day of the 8th month 1780 Isaac Beard, our son, was born the 28th day of the 6th month 1783 Jesse Beard, our son, was born the 29th day of the 6th month 1787 William Beard, our son, was born the 7th day of the 4th month 1792 Isaac Beard our son, died the 16th day of the 5th month 1799...in the State of North Carolina, Randolph County.

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JOHN BEARD, SR. Born ca. 1745. According to Wayne Co., Indiana history, came from Londonderry Ireland with sons Thomas and "Paterick" in 1770. Indiana biography of Patrick says they came on the ship "Lord Dunluce" via Charleston SC. m. Martha _______ probably in Ireland. Lived Randolph Co. NC. A John Beard was on the Randolph Co. tax list in 1785, in Captain Clark's or Captain Cray's district, with one white poll and 500 acres. John Beard is listed in the 1790 Randolph Co. Census, Hillsborough District, with two white males 16 or older, 3 white males under 16, and 3 white females. His neighbors were Bradley and Galleymore. John, Martha, and younger children (Sarah, John, Isaac, Jesse, William) were received at Springfield MM, NC from Center MM, NC. 6,1, 1799. John d. 9-9 1809 aged about 64 years; will is in Randolph Co. Will Book Vol. 3, p. 180; original in State Archives. Martha d. June 19, 1816. Center MM was in Guilford County, NC, about 10 mi. s. of Greensboro. Children of John and Martha Beard: (bible and Center MM records) Thomas b. Jan 14, 1768, d. July 28, 1830. m. Elizabeth Dicks, Patrick b. Dec. 29 1769, d. March 12, 1831 m. Hannah(Woodard?) Jane, b. Feb 22 1772, married Samuel Frazier, moved to TN "Eseble" and Martha, d. young Sarah, b. July 2 (or 23), 1778 m. 10, 16 1799 at Springfield MM, Joshua Holaday John, b. Aug. 2, 1780, NC, married Mary Wright, d. Feb 13, 1859. Isaac (N.) b. Jan 28, 1783, d. May 26, 1799 Randolph Co., NC (family had cert. incl. Isaac. dated April.) Jesse, b. June 29, 1787, d. Dec. 19, 1856, dis. MOU 1810 (Springfield MM, NC); poss. the Jesse Beard in Wayne Co. IN 1812. William, b. April 7, 1792 (sold family bible 1813), m. Rachel (dis. mou. Springfield mm., 9, 7, 1811) (A Wm. and Rachel Beard, with ch. Mary, Elizabeth, John, Sarah and Abigail, born bet. 1810 and 1817, were on Center MM records.)

John Beard Will November Term 1809 I John Beard of the County of Randolph and State of North Carolina being weak in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following: Firstly: It is my will and desire that all my just debts and funeral expenses be punctually paid as soon as it can be conveniently done after my decease. 2ndly: I will and bequeath unto my loving wife Martha Beard the use of my mannor house, all my household furniture together with such________and other conveniences as may be desired by my widow necessary for her, I also give unto my said wife all my personal estate not hereinafter __________during her widowhood and desire that my Executor shall sell such part of the same as her and them may deem proper and keep the monies arising therefrom as a fund for her support during her widowhood.

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3rdly: My two eldest sons Thomas Beard and Patrick Beard having already received such part of my estate as I intend for them it is my will that they hold and enjoy the same and no more. 4thly: I give and bequeath unto my son John Beard two hundred and fifty dollars, to be paid to him at the expiration of his mother's widowhood, or sooner if convenient. 5thly: I will and bequeath unto my son Jesse Beard the tract of land whereon I now live, beginning at a black oak supposed to be Woodards corner, and turning with the river to the old road, and I am agreeable to the deeds also the balance of the other tracts lying westward of Thomas Beard's former plantation, beginning at his corner in the ninety acre tract keeping with his line its various courses, supposed to contain in the whole three hundred acres, and also one half of three hundred acres bounded by a tract formerly David Hoovers and also one half a tract of ninety five acres adjoining Allens called the Mill Plain - also the sorrel mare harness and choice of saddles with half the farming tools and also one half the wagon smith tools, dutch fan, jack screw, the old waggon irons and all the ____wrought iron on hand to be jointly held and used by him and his brother William. It is also my will and desire that my son Jesse shall use and cultivate the mansion plantation for his own, but shall not have power to sell or let the same during his mothers widowhood paying his proportional part of the sum allowed by my intentions towards her support, all the property mentioned in the item I will and bequeath unto my said son Jesse his heirs and assigns forever. 6thly: I will and bequeath unto my son William Beard, at the expiration of his mothers widowhood, the remaining parts of the Rolston tract which is bounded by Lytle McCracken and others, running along Benjamin Saunders line to a pine, thence West _________line across the ninety acre tract, thence east to a white oak by the road then to a spruce pine corner thence east with Snows tract including the twenty five acre tract containing by estimation three hundred and twenty acres, all of the remaining half of the tract of land adjoining Hoover and Allen with my half acre lots in Johnston Village reserving a wagon road along Saunders line for Jesse to his own land - he staying with his mother until he arrives at the age of twenty one years. I also give and bequeat to my said son William my young black Jefferson mare and myh other saddle and in case the said mare should die or be lost before he comes of age, it is my will and desire that he shall be furnished with one by my Executors of the value of eighty dollars to be paid for and of the monies arising from the sale of such property as them and my wife may agree to sell according to directions in the 2nd item. I also give and bequeath unto my said son William one half of my plantation utensils of every kind. I also will that my waggon, smith tools, dutch fan, jack screw, old waggon irons and all the wrought iron on hand shall be jointly used and owned between him and his brother Jesse and further this is my will that my son William when he arrives to the age of twenty one years shall take possession of his lands and occupy the same, and also pay his proportional part with his brother for the support of his mother all which property mentioned in this item, I give and bequeath to my said son his heirs and assigns forever. 7th: it is also my will that in case either of my said sons Jesse or

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William should die without heir the survivor shall will all the real and personal estate which is herein alluded to the other and divide the same equally between himself, my son John Beard and John Beard's son Thomas - unless the deceased shall leave a widow in which case she shall be entitled to her legal part of said estate and the balance be divided as above directed. 8th: I will and direct my Executors to sell my tract of land on Little ________ adjoining James L. Blair to make a title to the purchasers and apply it paying any debts and legacies and the remainder be applied to the support of my wife. 9th: I further will and direct at the end of my wife's widowhood that the remainder of my personal estates be sold and the monies divided into five parts and that one of these parts be equally divided between my two daughters, Jane Frazier and Sarah Hollady and that the other four parts be equally divided between my sons John Beard, Jesse Beard, William Beard and my grandson John Beards son Thomas after allowing an advantage of fifty dollars in that divided to my son William. 10th: I leave and bequeath to my two daughters Jean Frazier and Sarah Holladay one dollar each. 11th: I leave and bequeath unto my friend Catherine Lytle all my part of the household furniture, stock and farming utensils which was willed to me by Thomas Lytle. 12th: I will and bequeath unto the following negros their freedom, to wit Joe, Sam, Parker, Pink and Easter and their offspring so far as relates to my part on the said slaves, they being willed by Thomas Lyttle to William Bell myself, and Samuel Millikan and by us jointly owned at present and I further will and bequeath unto the said Joe, Sam, Parker, Pink and Easter my part of the lands willed to me by Thomas Lytle they paying what William Bell and Samuel Millikan may think I am entitled to for my trouble and also for my ________ I think I sustained in setting a line between myself and Frank Lyttle but if their freedom cannot be obtained in this state, I give and bequeath the said negroes with their offspring so far as relates to my part and also my part of the said land after making the above distribution to the Humane Society of Pennsylvania for them to dispose of as they in their wisdom may think best so that object of my will may be complied with. NOTE: (At the time John Beard wrote his will it was illegal to free slaves in North Carolina and if someone went against the law and did free them they would be hunted down and auctioned off.) He did not own any slaves, but had been willed some by Thomas Lyttle as stated in the will. And lastly, I nominate and appoint my friend Mathew Coffin and William Lombbran? With my sons Thomas and Jesse Beard executors of this my last will and testament revoking by this presents, all wills by me heretofore made, in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty third day of the 5th month 1809. /s/ John Beard - seal Signed sealed published and declared in presense of us

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Mary X Mann Alex Gray Henry Burrow State of North Carolina Randolph County November Term 1809 The execution of the foregoing last will and testament of John Beard was duly proven in open court by Mary Man and Alexander Gray and ordered to be recorded.

Children of John Beard and Martha Beard are:

i. Thomas Carson Beard, born 14 Jan 1768 in Londonderry, Ireland; died 28 Jul 1830 in Guilford County, NC. Notes for Thomas Carson Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Olive GRUBB DEVORE 2. Family Bible Records BIO: From "Young's History of Wayne County, Ind. 1822", pg. 325 Thomas Beard, a brother of John, Patrick and Jesse Beard was born in Randolph County, NC...settled on the west side of White Water River about a mile below the mouth of Green's Fork in what is now Washington township. Indian alarms commenced....built 3 block houses and 3 families crowded into a single cabin. First board member and County Commissioner. He had eight children..only one son, John who was born January 4, 1795. He cast his first ballot for delegates to the Convention that framed the Constitution of the State of Indiana.___Justice of the Peace, 1823. Settled near Crawfordsville....member of the State Legislature 1827. NOTE: This account states that Thomas was born in Randolph County, NC. It is my belief that he was born in Ireland and arrived in America in 1770 with his parents.

THOMAS BEARD Son of John and Martha, b. probably Ireland, Jan 14, 1768. M. on 3 mo. 31, 1791 at Springfield MM Elizabeth DICKS, dau. of James and Rachel Dicks of Guilford Co. NC (b. 7-29-1775). Children: Sarah b. 1792, John b. 1795; Martha b. 1797; Rachel, b. 1799; Jane (b. 1801),Hannah (b. 1803); Dolly, b. 1806. Thomas and fam., Elizabeth and d's. Sarah and Martha rec'd at Springfield from Center MM 8, 3, 1799. (Records Springfield MM, NC) Thos. disowned 12,3 1808. Elizabeth and dts Martha, Rachel, Jane, Hannah, Dolly, and Mary gct. from Springfield MM, NC to White Water M (IN?) 9, 5, 1812. Thomas died July 28, 1830. Possibly the Thomas Beard who settled in Wayne Co., Indiana 1811 and who was a Wayne Co., IN commissioner (see notes from Fox, below). Center MM was in Guilford Co. NC about 10 miles from Greensboro. [Quakers from ?] New Garden settled at Center 1757 and became a MM in 1773. Minutes before 1835 are lost.

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Thomas may be the Thomas BEARD on the lists of debtors and creditors of John Allen &Co. store in (now) Trinity Twp., Randolph Co NC circa 1819. ii. Senator (IN) Patrick Beard, born 29 Dec 1769 in Londonderry, Ireland; died 12 Mar 1831 in Wayne County, IN. Notes for Senator (IN) Patrick Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Olive GRUBB DEVORE 2. Family Bible Records BIO: Patrick Beard came with his parents, John and Martha Beard, and his brother Thomas on the Ship Lord Dunluce to Charleston, South Carolina, in 1770. By 1778 the Beards appear in Quaker records in Guilford County, North Carolina. John Beard purchased land adjacent to Abraham Woodward in Randolph County, North Carolina. Patrick was very nearly the same age as Abraham's son, John Woodward, and the two boys became lifelong friends, Patrick being named coexecutor of John's will in 1821 in Wayne County, Indiana.

Patrick married "out of unity" meaning his wife was not a member of the Quaker Church, but she later embraced this faith because February 1, 1806 Hanna and children were given certificates from the Springfield meeting to unite with the Lost Creek, Tennessee Meeting. The records show that the family belonged there as early as 1797. Patrick signed there at a wedding in 1801, returned to Springfield, NC and as stated was asking for a certificate to return to Lost Creek, Union County, Tennessee. October 31, 1812 Patrick and Hannah and their children were given certificates to unite with Whitewater, Wayne County, IN. From: Dillman's Indiana (Youngs History of Indiana) pp. 556-58-60 April 9th, 1816, a bill was passed by the Congress of the United States, and by the approval of the president of the United States became a law that enabled the people of Indiana Territory to form a constitution and state government for the admission of such state into the union on an equal basis with the original states. An election for members to form a State Constitution was held May 13, 1816 and Wayne County had four members, one of whom was Patrick Beard, and the voting for members of the first general assembly of the State of Indiana, resulted in the election of Patrick Beard for Wayne County.

PATRICK BEARD Son of John and Martha, b. prob. Ireland, Dec. 29, 1769. Married Hannah (Woodard?). Children John, Alice, Jane, Martha, Hannah, Elizabeth. The family was received from Center MM at New Hope Meeting in Greene Co. TN on 12 mo., 26, 1795. Lost Creek MM was established 5 mo. 20 1797, near New Market). (Davy Crockett was born in what is now Greene Co.) The Lost Creek meeting records (Hinshaw, Vol. I) show that, on 9 mo 23, 1797, Patrick condemned for his allowing a disorderly meeting, and fiddling and dancing in his house. On 5 mo. 22, 1802, Hannah and her daughters Alice, Jane, Martha gct Springfield MM; Patrick and family gct [received a certificate to] Springfield on 7 mo. 24 1802. Patrick, Hannah, and ch. rec'd [were received from] from Lost Creek MM at Springfield MM, NC. 5, 7, 1803. (Randolph Co. Court records show Patrick sold land in 1805 and served on juries in ____________.) Elizabeth and ch. gct. to Lost Creek 2, 1, 1806; Patrick's withheld. Patrick rem.[removed to] Lost Creek mm. with certificate 3, 4, 1809; he and sons John and Abraham were received from Springfield on 5 mo. 6, 1809 ( at Newberry Meeting, in Blount Co. TN. Today's Blount Co. is southwest of Knoxville, and adjoins Great Smoky Mountains National Park) Patrick and family

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requested a certificate to Whitewater MM, Indiana in 5 mo. 1812; Weister states that Patrick and sons John, Abraham and Patrick came to Wayne Co. in 1811 and that further children were born in Indiana (Alice, Martha, Hannah, Elizabeth, and Rachel); note that some of these daus. were born in the 1790s, above. Patrick Baird who was on the Indiana Constitutional Convention delegation and served as IN state senator Patrick d. March 12, 1831. The convention was held in Corydon, the first state capital. Patrick was chairman of the committee for the State library (they recommended postponement for one year due to funding problems) and on other committees dealing with public schools and runaway slaves. Patrick and family settled in 1811 at Jackson Twp. on the west bank of the Green Fork River at (now) Harveys crossing on the national road- "and some forty rods or more north of old fort Drury, a block house built in the same year by the settlers for protection against the Indians. Patrick and his wife lived and died there. He acquired considerable land, which went to his children. "He was well formed, sandy-haired"..."a prominent man of fine appearance". Will dated March 4 names ch. Jane Hicks, John, Hannah Cook, three youngest sons Abraham, Patrick, and Woodard, three unmarried daughters Alice, Elizabeth, and Rachel, and brother John. Weister (1937) describes Patrick as follows: "He was a man of strong impulses and a hater of shams, and chose rather to live in the hearts of his contemporaries than to be emblazoned in the page of history." He cites biographies by J.L. McDaniel and W.E. Wineberg on file in the archives of the Historical Society. From Wineburg: "He died in 1830 and sleeps in an almost unknown grave in a little burying ground on land now owned by Phillip Frantzman, north of Pennville.... The Friends erected a log church and schoolhouse at this point about 1817 and set apart a tract of land for burial purposes... At that time it was on the trail leading from Boyd's Fort and Jasonburg southwest path .. [my notes are not clear] Shortridges Fort to Miltown, now Milton. This place of workshop was called West Union and was beautifully located on a knoll overlooking the fertile valley of Walnut Level." New roads were later built, and this meetinghouse was abandoned. Patrick used the spelling "Baird" but spelled his son John's name "Beard" in a land conveyance dated August 21, 1839 of part of Swallow Farm near Harveys Station. John was a delegate to the second Indiana constitutional convention (1850) and served as an associate circuit court judge. He "was the first person to present a petition to a State Legislature to stricke the word "color" from the State Constitution."

Will of Patrick Beard of Wayne County, Indiana This will was sent by Barbara Frisby - unfortunately the second page has not been found... I Patrick Beard of the County of Wayne and State of Indiana being weak in body but sound in mind memory and understanding. Thanks be to God for his mercies. Do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and forms as follows...that after my decease I will that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid and finally settled as soon as convenient. Secondly, I have given unto Jane Hicks, John Beard, and Hannah Cook all the estate that I intend for them to have. My will is further that they enjoy the same and no more of my estate. Thirdly I will and bequeath to my youngest sons Abraham, Patrick and Woodard all the land that I possess to be equally divided as to number of acres between them. So that my youngest son Woodard should have buildings and orchards on said farm included in his part. Provided however that he shall keep his three unmarried sisters Alice, Elizabeth and Rachel peaceably and the mansion house and shall maintain them on said farm untill they are married and afterward they shall have no further claim on my son Woodard. I likewise bequeath that my three youngest sons have all my farming utensils of every description, equally divided amongst them. I further will unto my three youngest sons the horse beasts that they now claim together with their saddles. Fourthly I will and bequeath that my three unmarried daughters ~~ Alice, Elizabeth and Rachel the

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beds, bedding, bed clothing claimed by them. I further will and bequeath that my daughter Alice have one half the household and kitchen furniture the balance to be divided between the two youngest daughters, Elizabeth and Rachel. Each of my unmarried daughters are to (keep) the wheels that they claim. I further will that my daughter, Alice have the mare that she now claims, and her saddle and that Elizabeth have the boy filley from the before mentioned. (end of first page)

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Jane Beard, born 22 Feb 1772 in Randolph Co., NC. Notes for Jane Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Olive GRUBB DEVORE 2. Family Bible Records

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Eseble Beard, born Abt. 1773 in Randolph Co., NC; died in Randolph Co., NC. Notes for Eseble Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Olive GRUBB DEVORE 2. Family Bible Records

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Martha Beard, born 1774 in Randolph Co., NC; died in Randolph Co., NC. Notes for Martha Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Olive GRUBB DEVORE 2. Family bible records

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Sarah Beard, born 02 Jul 1778 in Randolph Co., NC. Notes for Sarah Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] Certificate from Springfield MM Dismissed from Springfield MM 1. Olive GRUBB DEVORE 2. Family Bible Records Referenced in Letters and Papers of Mrs. S. Brown, LDS Microfilm 0101401. Includes letter dated Jan 4, 1947 to Mr. William Johnson of Los Angeles, concerning Holliday/Holaday. Cites a letter from Mr. Alfred W. Holladay of Greensboro NC a descendant of Joshua Jr., stating that Sarah left Joshua Sr., taking her children, and that Joshua married again in NC. (see email from Jo Michael Wise dated 7/21/1999)

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II. John Beard, Jr., born 02 Aug 1780 in Randolph Co., NC; died 13 Feb 1859 in Wayne County, IN. Notes for II. John Beard, Jr.: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Olive GRUBB DEVORE 2. Family Bible Records

JOHN BEARD, JR. Born August 2, 1780, Randolph County, North Carolina, "of Irish descent." Married Mary Wright (born Hagerstown MD, according to sketch of Isaac N.) "in Carolina, in 1803; removed with two children to Tennessee, and thence , a year after, in 1806, to a few miles below Hunt's settlement, now in Union County, and in October, 1811 to the present township of Harrison, cutting his

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road a part of the way through the wilderness, and driving his team with his family and household goods, and a cow and a calf, without assistance".... " moved from NC to Tennessee where he stayed for about a year, then briefly to ____OH, then to Wayne County, Indiana in (fall of 1805, sketch of Isaac). (to Union Co., near Hunt's Settlement, then to Wayne Co. in Oct. 1811, sketch of John.) Springfield MM, NC records (Hinshaw) show John Beard, Jr. "con his MOU" 10,6, 1804 (meaning he admitted and apologized that he had married at a non-Quaker ceremony) and gct. West Branch MM, Ohio 3, 5, 1808. The Beard's daughter Jane was the first white child born in Wayne Co. John was on the first Grand Jury in Wayne Co. He became a was a member of the Christian Society at Jacksonburgh and one of their preachers; he later became a "Universalist". (Universalists were a Hicksite Quaker sect -a "Universalist Controversy" occurred ca. 1827-28.) An alternative Hicksite meeting was formed in Wayne County, IN. John died February 13,1859; buried with Masonic ceremonies by Milton Lodge on Feb. 15. Mary died October 16, 1860; photographs of both of them and of their son Isaac Noble Beard are reproduced in the 1884 History of Wayne County. John's will, made September 16, 1856, probated March 1859, leaves $800 in trust for daughter Melinda K. Justice. with provisions to keep it out of the hands of he husband Henry C. Justice. Isaac N. Beard, executor; witnesses John S. Newman, Jesse P. Siddall. "His farm, on which resided the remainder of his life, is now owned by his son, Isaac N. Beard, who lives about a mile northeast from the old homestead" (History of Wayne Co., 1884). John Beard, Jr. was on the list of debts due to John Allen & Co. store ca. 1819 (the store was founded ca. 1803; John married 1803 and left the county circa 1805.) The Allen store accounts also mention an otherwise unaccounted for Michael Beard.

Children of John and Mary Wright Beard: John, d. young (pr. "one who died in infancy" mentioned in sketch of Isaac) Jane (born Dec. 9, 1805, first white child in Boston Twp, d. 1807.) Sarah (Sallie) (m.Robert Willits) Isaac Noble m. Matilda Swope Martha, d. bef. 1856 Eli, d. bef. 1856 Philibert, d. bef. 1856 Mary W., married Jacob Sinks, living 1884 with her d., wife of Kilby Ferguson, Indianapolis. Melinda/ Malinda K. m. Henry C. Justice, living 1884 with bro.Isaac in Harrison. Henry "went to the far west some thirteen years ago and is supposed to be dead". viii. Isaac Beard, born 28 Jan 1783 in Randolph Co., NC; died 26 May 1799 in Randolph Co., NC. Notes for Isaac Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Olive GRUBB DEVORE 2. Family Bible Records 132 ix. x. Jesse Beard, born 29 Jun 1787 in Randolph Co., NC; died 19 Dec 1856 in Johnson County, IN; married Hannah White 18 Jan 1810 in Randolph County, NC. William Beard, born 07 Apr 1792 in Randolph Co., NC; died 11 Jun 1870 in Rush County, IN. Notes for William Beard: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] 1. Olive GRUBB DEVORE

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2. Family Bible Records The only record of William to add is that he married "out of unity". More About William Beard: Burial: Rush County, IN

266. John P. White, born Abt. 1760 in North Carolina; died Bef. 22 Jun 1846 in Hendricks Co, Indiana. He married 267. Mary White. 267. Mary White More About John P. White: Burial: Sugar Grove Fbs, Hendricks Co, Indiana Children of John White and Mary White are:

133 i. ii. Hannah White, born 10 Nov 1788; died 05 May 1870 in Essex Co. NJ; married Jesse Beard 18 Jan 1810 in Randolph County, NC. Abigial White

268. II. Ephraim Tucker, born 25 May 1770 in Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co., NJ; died 01 Aug 1844 in Butler County, OH. He was the son of 536. I. Ephraim Tucker and 537. Sarah Miller. He married 269. Phoebe Hand 20 Feb 1791 in Westfield Presby. Ch., Westfield, Union, N.J.. 269. Phoebe Hand, born 11 Jul 1775 in Somerset County, NJ; died 27 Nov 1850 in Shelby County, IN. She was the daughter of 538. Daniel Hand and 539. Mary Cole(s). Notes for II. Ephraim Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

7th Generation Ephraim Tucker Jr. Ephraim Tucker Jr. (son of Ephraim Tucker Sr. and Sarah Miller) was born in Essex County, New Jersey, May 25, 1770 and died in Reily Township, Butler County, Ohio, August 1, 1844. His will is recorded in Butler County, Ohio. Feb. 20, 1791, he married Phebe Hand, daughter of Daniel and Mary (Cole) Hand, born July 11, 1775 in Somerset County, New Jersey, she died in Shelby County, Indiana, Nov 27, 1850, buried at Second Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana. Will of Daniel Hand They removed to Ohio from Essex County, New Jersey, sometime after July of 1811, this date calculated from the fact that Joseph L. Tucker, son Ephraim & Phebe Hand Tucker was born in Essex Co., New Jersey, July 11, 1811 (Page 598, Chadwicks History of Shelby Co., Indiana) A reference is found in Essex County, New Jersey Deeds, Book M-2, page 249, "Ephraim and Phebe Hand Tucker sold their 'plantation' in Westfield to John Lacey in 1808." Odd they sold out at least 3 years before leaving the area, however the next child after Joseph L. Tucker, was Henry Lines Tucker and he was born in Butler County, Ohio, Nov. 17, 1814. Ephraim Tucker is buried in the Indian Creek Baptist Church Cemetery of Butler County, Ohio. This cemetery is located four and one half miles south-west of Oxford, Ohio. The inscription on his stone reads as follows; Ephraim Tucker, died August 1, 1844 aged 74 years 3m. 6d. Will of Ephraim Tucker, Jr. It is interesting to note that at some time or other the greater number of the children of Ephraim Tucker and Phebe Hand Tucker were residents of Indiana.

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Elijah Tucker may have been the first but he did not venture far into the state. In 1835 he bought land in Union Township, Union County, just across the Ohio - Indiana line and lived on his farm until his death in 1852. James Cole Tucker, we are inclined to think, was the first of the family to venture into the wilds of Shelby County, his daughter Sarah, who married Adam Brandt, was born in Ohio, Feb 9, 1835, and his daughter Rhoda was married to Jefferson Reese in Shelby County, Indiana, April 19, 1836, this would indicate the approximate date of arrival. More About II. Ephraim Tucker: Burial: Reily Township Butler CO OH Notes for Phoebe Hand: the accompanying silhouette was done probably when she was around 16 years old More About Phoebe Hand: Burial: 2nd Mount Pleasant Church Franklin IN Children of Ephraim Tucker and Phoebe Hand are:

134 i. III. Ephraim Tucker, III., born 16 Dec 1792 in Somerset County, NJ; died 03 Apr 1873 in Shelby County, IN; married (1) Winnaford Hood Abt. 1814; married (2) Nancy Sample 24 Aug 1853 in Butler County, OH. Elijah Hand Tucker, born 20 Nov 1794 in Somerset County, NJ; died 21 Nov 1852 in College Corner (Union) IN. More About Elijah Hand Tucker: Burial: College Corner (Union) IN iii. James Cole Tucker, born 19 May 1796 in Somerset County, NJ; died 16 Jun 1887 in Shelby County, IN. Notes for James Cole Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

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! Shelby County Court Records Probate Order Book B 1836 - 1842 James C. Tucker app. guardian of Caroline 16, Ephraim 14, Benjamin, Jane, Sarah all under 14, minor heirs of Sarah Tucker dec., Aug. 12, 1839 pg. 245 Assumption: Sarah Tucker -(#1166) Father Ephraim Tucker Sr. Christ. 11 Sep 1774 New Jersey She was married to Benjamin Tucker son of James Tucker, supposedly no relation. Sarah is the sister of Ephraim Tucker Jr., son of Ephraim Tucker Sr. James C. was Ephraim Tucker Jr.'s son, which would make Sarah, James C.'s aunt. It appears James C. married his aunt. !From an older Tucker genealogy I got this; James Cole Tucker, son of Ephraim and Phebe Hand Tucker was born May 19, 1796 in Essex County, New Jersey, and was twin to Cornelius Frazee Tucker. He was twice married, the maiden name of the first wife is said to have been Tucker, a part of the family think they were related, others contend there was no relation. James C. Tucker died in Shelby County, Indiana and is buried in the Second Mount Pleasant Cemetery of Johnson County, Indiana. Records seem to indicate that he was the first of the children of Ephraim and Phebe Hand Tucker to come into Shelby County, Indiana. !Shelby County Court Records Probate Order Book B 1838-1842 James C. Tucker app. guardian of Caroline 16, Ephraim 14, Benjamin, Jane, Sarah all under 14, minor heirs of Sarah Tucker dec., Aug. 12, 1839 pg. 245

More About James Cole Tucker: Burial: Johnson County, IN iv. Cornelius Frazee Tucker, born 19 May 1796 in Essex County, NJ; died 17 Jun 1848 in Butler County, OH.

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Notes for Cornelius Frazee Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Cornelius Frazee Tucker and James Cole Tucker were twin brothers born to Ephraim and Phebe Hand Tucker. They were born May 19, 1796 in Essex County, New Jersey. Cornelius Frazee Tucker married Betty Wilkerson in Butler County, Ohio, August 20, 1818 (Butler County Court Record, Book 1, page 102). He died June 17, 1848 and is buried beside his father in the Indian Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Butler County, Ohio. There is no record of his wife except that she signed a deed November 27, 1824. Deed Book 2 pages 38, 39, and 40, Butler County, Ohio. The deed was Tucker to Baker. More About Cornelius Frazee Tucker: Burial: Butler County, OH v. Sally Ann Tucker, born 25 Dec 1798 in Somerset County, NJ; died 12 Dec 1891. Notes for Sally Ann Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Sarah Miller Tucker married John Laing in Butler Co., Ohio. The marriage was performed by Rev. Will Kinkade. It is recorded in Book 1, page 86, Butler County, Ohio, Court Records. Sarah married second an unknown Hand. This was probably a son of one of her mother's (Phebe Hand) brothers, which would have been a cousin to Sarah Miller Tucker. vi. Elizabeth "Betsy" Tucker, born 07 Mar 1800 in Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co., NJ; died Abt. 1818 in Butler County, OH. Notes for Elizabeth "Betsy" Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Elizabeth (Betsey) Tucker was born March 7, 1800 in Essex County, New Jersey. She was married July 18, 1816 to James Pritchard in Butler County, Ohio. There is no further record of this daughter of Ephraim & Phebe Hand Tucker but it is quite sure that her death occurred before Feb. 13, 1818, for on this date another daughter was born and given the same name. More About Elizabeth "Betsy" Tucker: Burial: Butler County, OH vii. Hannah Tucker, born 17 Sep 1802 in Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co., NJ; died 24 Mar 1876 in Shelby County, IN. Notes for Hannah Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Hannah Tucker was the sixth child, second daughter of Ephraim and Phebe Hand Tucker, was born in Essex County, New Jersey, September 17, 1802, and died in Shelby County, Indiana March the 24th, 1876. She was married September 16, 1830 in Butler County, Ohio, to Elijah Hand, as his second wife. There were no children of this marriage but Elijah Hand was the father of two children by his first marriage. He was born Dec. 2, 1799 and died January 18, 1880. They are buried in the Second Mt. Pleasant Cemetery of Johnson County, Indiana. Hannah Tucker Hand was famed as an excellent cook, she was especially jealous of her reputation for making "light cornbread" and would not disclose her formula to anyone. "Aunt Hannah's" culinary prowess was spoken of for years after her death and regrets were expressed that she had not passed on her knowledge. More About Hannah Tucker: Burial: 2nd Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Johnson Co., IN

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viii. Rhoda Tucker, born 09 Sep 1804 in Essex County, NJ; died 10 Mar 1826 in Hamilton County, OH. Notes for Rhoda Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Rhoda Tucker, daughter of Ephraim and Phebe Hand Tucker, was born September 9, 1804 in Essex County, New Jersey. She married January 16, 1823, Brooks Ross. She died March 10, 1826 and April 1, 1827, Brooks Ross married her sister, Mary Tucker, who was born November 22, 1808 in Essex County, New Jersey. Brooks Ross was the father of two children, named as grandchildren in the will of Ephraim Tucker. Susan Ross and Oliver Ross. Mary Ross died June 29, 1832, and it has been recorded that she was the mother of Oliver Ross but it is only tradition that Rhoda was the mother of Susan. ix. Daniel L. Tucker, born 12 Oct 1806 in Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co., NJ; died 27 Feb 1883 in Clark County, IL. Notes for Daniel L. Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW] Daniel Tucker, son of Ephraim and Phebe Hand Tucker accompanied his family to Butler County, Ohio and was married to Anna Handlin (Butler Co., Ohio court record, Book 1, page 284) June 27, 1830 by Reuben Black. THey resided in Ohio for a number of years but it is known that they were for some time in Shelby County, Indiana. They have a son buried in the Second Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery. They lived on a farm on Indiana State Road 44, owned in 1937 by Otis White, They later moved to Illinois. The children are listed in assumed birth order. More About Daniel L. Tucker: Burial: Clark County, IL x. xi. Mary Tucker, born 22 Nov 1808 in Essex County, NJ; died 29 Jun 1839 in Hamilton County, OH. Joseph L. Tucker, born 19 Jul 1811 in Essex County, New Jersey. Notes for Joseph L. Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!From Chadwick's History of Shelby Co., Indiana Joseph L. Tucker Starting in life a poor boy with nothing but his strong hands and a still stronger determination, Joseph L. Tucker (deceased) accumlated a large landed estate and became one of the best known farmers of Hendricks township, Shelby county, Indiana. He was born in Essex county, New Jersey, on July 19, 1811, and was a son of Ephraim and Phebe Tucker. When Joseph was but a lad his parents moved to Butler county, Ohio, where he was engaged in farming for the rest of his life, his wife dying in Shelby county. They were the parents of the following children, all of whom are dead; Ephraim, Joseph L., James, Henry, father of Samuel Tucker, whose sketch appears herein; Daniel, Frazy, Elijah, Hannah married Elijah Hand; Phebe married first James Ross and later Edward Norris; Sally Ann first married a Mr. Lang and second a Mr. Hand; Betsy married Elijah Van Ness; Rhoda, Mary. The grandfather of Joseph L. Tucker was Ephraim Tucker. Joseph L. Tucker was married in Butler county, Ohio, to Martha Bowen, and to them the following children were born; Mary Ann married James Welliver, both dead; Dennis lives in Missouri; Maurice died young; Nancy W. married William Clark, September 1 1871. William Clark was born in 1841 and died November 6 1903. He is remembered by a large circle of friends as a man who stood high in the esteem of his fellow men. He was known for his charity and benevolence and was known to be a man who always stood ready to help those in distress. He was a kind husband and a good citizen. By trade he was a miller and followed that occupation for many years. His deeds of kindness are remembered by many of his less fortunate neighbors. There was one other child, Ephraim, now dead. Joseph L. Tucker began life for himself at an early age, receiving meager and unsatisfactory education. He remained in Butler county, Ohio, until about 1850, when he removed to Hendricks township, Shelby county, Indiana, where he began to buy land and develop it. He owned one hundred twenty acres near Bengal and two hundred acres on the Shelby pike, besides two hundred forty acres in section 14, where he lived the latter years of his life. He erected a large brick house in the early sixties and it stands today. Although poor when he started in life, he worked hard and by his thriftiness and saving methods soon amassed a confortable fortune. It is said of him that his word was a good as his bond. Although he was

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not a church member he always gave liberally to its support and to the relief of his fellow men, no matter who they were. There are many who are living today that bless the name of "Uncle Joe," as he was affectionately called, and "Aunt Martha," his good wife, for their many deeds of loving kindness. He was a Democrat in convictions and always took interest in the work of his party. Besides the general farming and stock raising he carried on, he was locally famous for the fine horses he raised. He was a great lover of horse flesh and his stables were noted. He died April 17, 1873, and his wife passed away in 1894. They are resting side by side in the old Mount Pleasant cemetery, rounding out an affection that ran through the course of their natural lives. Mrs. Nancy W. Clark still lives on the old home place where she has spent so many years. She is noted for her many kindnesses, and is revered by a large circle of friends who know of her life that has proved such a benediction to so many. !Family bible record of Joseph L. and Martha Bowen Tucker. The bible was last known in the hands of Dallas Tucker, R.D.6, Franklin, Indiana Marriages Joseph L. Tucker and Martha Bowen, in Butler Co., Ohio Births Joseph L. Tucker; b.July 19, 1811--Essex Co., N.J. Mary Ann Tucker; b.Sept. 23, 1834 Dennis Cole Tucker; b.Dec. 24, 1836 Marsh W. Tucker; b.Sept. 26, 1838 Nancy W. Tucker; b.May 26, 1845 Deaths Marsh W. Tucker; d.July 29, 1851 Ephaim B. Tucker; d.Nov. 10, 1864 Joseph L. Tucker; d. Apr. 17, 1873 Mary Ann Welliver; d.May 6, 1873 Martha Bowen Tucker; d.Feb.1, 1894 Wiliam Clark; d.June 19, 1903 (should have read 1913) Nancy Tucker Clark; d. June 19, 1923 Dennis Cole Tucker; d.July 17, 1925 !2 deeds recorded for Joseph Tucker Joseph Tucker bought, February 1, 1838 from Charles Pomeroy and his wife, Phila Pomeroy for the sum of $500.00 a part of Lot or Tract of Miami University containing 50 acres, more or less. There had to be paid on this tract $9.00 on the 27th day of March every year, beginning March 27, 1824, the lease running 99 years and renewable forever. Recorded in Butler County, Ohio, Book Three page 475. Deed was witnessed by Watkins Williams and Peter Sutton and sworn before Peter Sutton, J.P. Joseph L. Tucker bought November 6, 1845 from John G. Webb, wife Amanda Webb, N.E. 1/4 of N.E. 1/4 of Sec. 14, Town. 12 Range 5, also N.W. 1/4 Sec. 13, Town 12 Range 5 80 acres more or less in Shelby County, Indiana, for $525.00. Witnessed by Elijah Hand and Henry L. Tucker and sworn before Enoch M. Tucker J.P. xii. Henry Lines Tucker, born 17 Nov 1814 in Butler County, OH; died 07 Mar 1892 in Shelby County, IN. Notes for Henry Lines Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Henry Lines Tucker, seventh son of Ephraim and Phebe Hand Tucker was born November 17, 1814 in Butler County, Ohio. He married Catharine Woodruff, January 28, 1836 in Ohio and they emigrated to Shelby County, Indiana, about 1840. (Ref. Chadwick's History of Shelby County, Indiana.) It is told that Henry Tucker went on horseback to the home of his brother Joseph to help with the butchering and returning home after dark laden with some of the freshly dressed meat, he was chased by a pack of wolves and was compelled to throw the meat to them in order to save his life. Henry Tucker and his wife Catharine Woodruff Tucker are buried in the Second Mount Pleasant Baptist Cemetery of Johnson County, Indiana.

More About Henry Lines Tucker: Burial: Johnson County, IN xiii. Phoebe Tucker, born 21 May 1816 in Butler County, OH; died 01 Dec 1887 in Shelby County, IN. Notes for Phoebe Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

!Phebe Tucker daughter of Ephraim Tucker and Phebe Hand Tucker was born in Butler County, Ohio, May 21, 1816, and married in Shelby County, Indiana, Dec. 1, 1887. Phebe married James Ross, son of Elijah and Phebe Miller Ross. James was born in Essex County, New Jersey, Feb. 28, 1808 and died in Shelby County, Indiana, October 16, 1862. They were married May 31, 1832 by the Rev. Adam Gilliland in Butler County, Ohio. The Ross's came to Shelby County, Indiana about 1848.

More About Phoebe Tucker: Burial: Johnson County, IN

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272. Samual Owens, born 1750; died 1801. He was the son of 544. Nathaniel Owens. He married 273. Elizabeth Webb. 273. Elizabeth Webb Notes for Samual Owens: Notes on possible connection per William Deyo: The Samuel Owens who gave oath in 1782 was the son of Nathaniel Owens. After over 30 years of research on these people, there is no doubt in my mind that Nathaniel Owens was a son of John Owens and Elinor (Bryant) Gallop. Nathaniel Owens' son, Samuel, was no doubt named after Nathaniel's brother, Samuel Owens who died in 1766. Samuel Owens who died in 1766 had, among others, a son, Reuben Owens, and a daughter, Leah Owens (who married her cousin, James Monteith, whose mother, Phyllis Gallop, was a half-sister of Samuel Owens). Nathaniel Owens' son, Samuel Owens, married twice (Margaret Jones and Elizabeth Webb). By the first wife, he had a son, REUBEN Owens. The names, "Rueben" and "Samuel" run in both families, which caused the census taker on the "Lost" 1800 Census to have to give relationships by the name of head of household to keep them straight! The Monteith family had a very strong tradition of naming children after direct ancestors and their siblings. James and Leah (Owens) Monteith named a son, Samuel Owens Monteith, and a daughter, Leah Owens Monteith. This Samuel Owens Monteith named a son, Nathaniel Owens Monteith, after his double granduncle, Nathaniel Owens! James Monteith even named children after the Patawomeck Indian ancestor (great great grandmother of both he and his wife), Keziah Arroyah. This naming tradition was instituted by Sir Thomas Monteith, father of James, in order to remember the names of the ancestors. This was important, as Thomas Monteith was the next heir to the Barontecy of Binns in Scotland, and at any time that the descendants of his brother became extinct, Thomas Monteith's descendants would inherit the title. Thomas Monteith's granddaughter, Fannie Monteith (Finnall) Hansbrough, even named her son, Thomas Dalyell/DeEll Hansbrough, after his great great great grandfather, Sir Thomas Dalyell (pronounced "D. L."). I have published several books on these families, as well as the Lost 1800 Census of King George, if anyone is interested. I will send a list to anyone who sends me an e-mail request to: [email protected] The current Patawomeck Indian Tribe descends from these people. They are the ancestors of the singer, Wayne Newton. Samuel Owens (d. 1766) married Margaret Bryant, daughter of Dr. Richard Bryant, who was closely related to Elinor (Bryant) Gallop. His son, Reuben Owens, married Sarah Kenney, whose mother was a daughter of Dr. Richard Bryant, and the connections go on and on. Note: other sources have Samual marrying Elizabeth King and Vashty Owens

Notes for Elizabeth Webb: In the countyies of Richmond I noticed many wills in Richmond County which name various Webbs. There are a number of Elizabeth and Betty Webbs. One Richmond County will of a Mr. Jones names his friend, Eliza Owings [Owens], and names a member of the Bryant family. This is likely your Samuel Owens' wife, Elizabeth (Webb) Owens. There was much intermarriage between the counties of Westmoreland, Richmond, King George, and Stafford. The county lines changed several times which caused people to live in the various counties even though they never moved.

Children of Samual Owens and Elizabeth Webb are:

136 i. ii. iii. iv. v. James Owens, born Abt. 1785; died 1832; married Mary Anne Settle 26 May 1804 in King George Co VA. Fielding Owens Nathaniel Owens Peggy (Margaret) Owens Fanny (Francis) Owens

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274. Thomas Settle Child of Thomas Settle is:

137 i. Mary Anne Settle, born 1785 in King George Co VA; married James Owens 26 May 1804 in King George Co VA.

280. Robert Patterson, born Bet. 1759 - 1775 in PA; died Abt. 1834 in Clark Co., Ind. He married 281. Jane Henderson Bet. 1795 - 1797 in Bourbon, Ky. 281. Jane Henderson, born 17 Jan 1777 in VA; died Bef. 1827. She was the daughter of 562. Thomas Henderson and 563. Sara Wharton. Child of Robert Patterson and Jane Henderson is:

140 i. Thomas Patterson, born 24 Apr 1801 in Fayette Co Ky; died 1893 in Johnson Co Indiana; married Francis Harris 1824.

288. John Underwood, born in York County Pennsylvania. He was the son of 576. Elihu Underwood and 577. Margaret Marsh Warrington. He married 289. Priscilla Cox. 289. Priscilla Cox, born in Baltimore County MD. Child of John Underwood and Priscilla Cox is:

144 i. Zachariah E. Underwood, born 27 Dec 1803 in Franklin CO KY; died 19 May 1870; married (1) Cerelda Walker; married (2) Sarah Jones 10 Apr 1823 in Jefforson IN.

292. Jarret Ford, born Bet. 1773 - 1776 in Virginia; died 1859 in Henry, Kentucky. He was the son of 584. Warner Ford and 585. Cynthia Mellon. He married 293. Elizabeth Terrell 23 Apr 1798 in Bourbon Ky. 293. Elizabeth Terrell, born Abt. 1777 in Gallatin Co., Ky?. Child of Jarret Ford and Elizabeth Terrell is:

146 i. Warner Ford, born 05 Nov 1802 in Ky; died 05 Jan 1887 in Jefferson, In; married Nancy Ann Lee.

294. Gershom Lowery Lee, born 11 Feb 1781 in Gallatin Co., Ky?; died 09 Dec 1864. He was the son of 588. John Lee and 589. Margaret Lowery. He married 295. Elizabeth Ford 15 Feb 1809 in Lancaster, Henry Ky. 295. Elizabeth Ford, born 1789 in Bourbon Co, KY; died 1850. She was the daughter of 584. Warner Ford and 585. Cynthia Mellon. Notes for Gershom Lowery Lee: Gravestone has Gershom L Lee dying at age 44, making his birth 1820. A different Gershom Lee? Cemetary Location: 6113 E. Lonnis Hill Road Canaan IN Lat: 38°50'15"N, Lon: 85°16'38"W Shelby Twp, Sec 34 Contributed by Jackie Owen, Apr 29, 2000 [[email protected]]. Total records = 25. Located on Lonnis Hill near Canaan, IN, about ¼ mile east of Halls Ridge on the North side of the road, on the farm of George Backus at 6113 E. Lonnis Hill Road. "THE LEE FAMILY OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, INDIANA" There is a tab on the side of one of the copies "GEN 0 / 929.2 / WEA" that may be a reference number. It comes from the Madison-Jefferson County Public Library; the Reference Room (never to leave that room). It is

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compiled by Virginia Lee Weagle, Fauna Ritchey Mihalko, Loretta Backus Stevens (in est. 1980?). See Page number 12. "Inventory of Goods chattels and Credits of Gershom LEE - p.309. Each article appraised by said Isiah Campbell, Geo. Miller, and David R. Van Winkle June 28, 1821." "RUBEN, a black man ..........300.00 JENNY, a black girl..........400.00 Red ro__ horse 5 years........40.00" etc. ... Source: Madison-Jefferson County Library: Genealogy Department 420 West Main Street Madison, Indiana 47250 812-265-2744

A petition: "To the Honorable, the Associate Judges of the Jefferson Circuit Court. We, your petitioners, beg leave to state and represent to your Honors that we are situated in a rather remote section of the country and particularly as respects to the want of civil officers, there being at this time a considerable settlement on the Indiana Kentuck peace within several miles, which places us in a disadvantageous situation as respects to the subjects of controversy that might be determined before a justice. Now in order to remedy these inconveniences and in some measure to bring justice to our doors, we beg again your honors to recommend the appointment of Joseph Howard, or our neighborhood, to fill that office. And your petitioners, as in duty bound, will ever pray, etc." Signed by Henry Banta, Henry Saylers, Joseph Hankins, David Forester (?), Francis Welchel, John Lee, Mordecai Brooks, Noah Brooks, Jesse Neal, Umphrey Brooks, Daniel Neal, Gershom Lee, Enoch McCarty, Robert McKay, John Bohannon (Buchanan), Stephen Rutherford, Moses Devore, Benjamin Devore, Eliza Devore, George Burton, Isaac Short, Isaac Howard, James Brown, John Helm, David Demaree, Benjamin Brooks, Nicholas Manville, John Lochred (Lockridge). After the signatures is added this further request. "We, the above petitioners, wish you to appoint John Lanham as constable in the settlement."

More About Gershom Lowery Lee: Burial: Lee Graveyard, Shelby Township, Jefferson CO IN Child of Gershom Lee and Elizabeth Ford is:

147 i. Nancy Ann Lee, born 24 Dec 1809 in Gallatin, Ky; died 16 Jul 1879 in Smyrna Twp, Jefferson, In; married Warner Ford.

296. John Duke, born Abt. 1720 in Ballymoney in North Ireland; died 1789 in Berkeley Co, VA. Notes for John Duke: John came to Berkeley Co, VA, where he was a landholder in 1764. John kept a notebook with the births of his children, showing the change of the moon. John Duke, Sr, born 1720 Ireland, came to Berkeley Co, VA. He is approved by DAR for rendering patriotic service during the Rev War. He died there before 6-16-1789. He kept birth dates for his children. This John, Sr, son John, Jr, and son William all show 1775 list of military paid in Berkeley Co, VA. The 1782 tax shows: John, John, Jr, & William Duke. The record of his furnishing supplies is found in "VA Revolutionary Publick Claims," 1775-785, Vol 1, page 119 & 127. His will of 2-9-1789 Berkeley County is in Book 2, page 32. It mentions only son Robert and daus Margaret and Jane.

Child of John Duke is:

148 i. John Duke, born 25 Jan 1756 in Britain; died 09 Apr 1841 in Johnson Co Indiana; married Sally McNeal

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Bet. 1788 - 1789 in Alleghanny Co VA (then Botetort Co).

300. Daniel Etter, born 27 Apr 1750 in Palmyra, Hanover, Lancaster, Pennsylvania/Palmyra, Lebanon Co., PA; died 05 Sep 1803 in Evensham, Wythe Co, VA. He was the son of 600. Gerhart Etter and 601. Catharina Banga. He married 301. Mary Magdalen Rein. 301. Mary Magdalen Rein, born 1750; died 22 Sep 1821. Notes for Daniel Etter: Wythe County, Virginia---A Bicentennial History p.43---Daniel Etter, who later gave the land for the St. John's Lutheran Church, appeared before the court for "harboring persons of ill fame and Enemies of this State." He was required to post bond.(St. Paul Lutheran Church, 1776-1976 [Radford, VA: Commonwealth Press, Inc., 1976] pp.10-12) P.723---At a court held for Montgomery county-Sept. 7, 1779--On the complaint of Robert McFareland against Daniel Etter for certain offences committed against government of this state the prisoner being heard in his defense the court were of opinion that the said Etter be tried by a jury according to the act of Assembly declaring what shall be certain offences.

Daniel Etter appears in the book ""Fincastle and Montgomery County Revolutionary War Records, 1775-1783 on page 70 under Capn. James Finley's Company of Militia. Another source (which I now can't retrieve for some reason) gave Daniel Etter as a Lt. in Capt. James Finley's Co. of Rev. War Soldiers of Va. Line. In Montgomery Co. Order book under a list of fines to be collected 25 September 1778 for not attending general muster Daniel Eater is assessed 5 shillings. In Wythe Co. deed book #3, page 54 is entry that Daniel and Mary gave a 1 acre lot to the Trustees and Congregation of German Lutheran and Reformed Church. The St. Johns congregation first met on Daniel Etter's land. In 1800, Etter and his wife Mary conveyed one acre to Casper Rader and George Armbrister, elders of the German Lutheran Congregation, the "members of which live near Wythe Court House," and to "Peter Yantz(yonce) and Jacob Prooner, elders of the German reformed congregation, the members of which also reside in the same area," both congregations "having had a place of worship hitherto on said Etter's land. The two congregations were to have the use of a nearby spring. (Wythe county Deed Book 3 p.54--the deed is dated Oct. 11, 1800) A list of subscribers for the building of the church was dated the same year. Sixty local residents gave a total of $201.50 [allowing for conversion of shillings and pence into dollars at the rate of nine shillings=$1.50]. The families included on the list were Armbrister, Brown, Brunner(pruner), Pinkley, Cassell, Clemens, Davies, Etter, Felty, Kegley, Harkrader, Hutzel, Lenhart(Leonard), Losser, Mayers, Messersmith, Murphy, Mosser, Poff, Rader, Repass, Riegel, Schaffer, Sharitz, Suftly, Syfer, Umberger, Foglesong, Wyrick, Wiseley, Wetzel, Wohlford, and Zimmerman(Simmerman). The present church was built in 1854 and has been recognized by the Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission. (Kegley and Kegley, St. John's pp.10,1-3; most of the family names are still in the Wythe county area, even though spelled differently in the records: a copy of the original church records can be found

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at the VA State Library and Archives, or the original can be seen at the Wytheville community College Library, Wytheville; undated newspaper clipping reports that the church and cemetery are on the Virginia Landmark Register.) Annals of SW VA 1769-1800 by Lewis Preston Summers Volume 1 page vii-In 1769 Augusta county was divided and all the territory south of Mary's River and to the west as far as Virginia extended was included in the new county of Botetourt. The county seat was Fincastle. At this time but few people had settled west of New river, but many settlements had been made east of New River. the early settlers of this portion of Virginia were Scotch, Irish, dutch, German and Swiss, with an appreciable sprinkling of english people, coming from east and south of the Blue ridge. Between 1769 and the beginning of the revolution great progress was made in the settlement and development of SW VA, and the opening guns of the Revolution found this section of CA in the possession of a people that might properly be termed the bravest, the heartiest of the races, the most fearless and determined patriots and advocates of liberty to be found in America. The first settlers were, as a general rule, composed of people seeking a refuge from political liberty, and they were ready and willing at all times to stake their lives and fortunes to attain these objects.---includes all of that section of VA west of the Blue Ridge Mountains and south of the forks of the James river, and west to the Cumberland Gap,--this constitutes but one and the same country, and one and the same people. German Settlers of PA by Edward W. Hocker--974.802 H--Pennsylvanische Geschichts Schreiber (Published in Germantown, PA, now part of Philadelphia by Christopher Saur/Saur-Sower)--p. 41--June 16 1754--Sower's Newspaper (above) Georg Etter, wheelwright, in the White Oak Land, Rapho Twp., Lancaster County, seeks his son Christain, who was indentured in Philadelphia several years ago to Wilhelm Mueller, in the Jerseys. --p. 92--July 31, 1761--Sower's Newspaper--Johann Wilhelm Hoffman at the corner opposite Daniel etter, Race Street, Philadelphia, has established a sugar house, in association with Joh Corman.--p. 99--April 9, 1762-Sower's Newspaper--Peter Gerhard, at the Branch (of Penkiomen Creek), Franconia Twp. (Montgomery County) The record of the marriage of Conrad ... to Elizabeth Fry can be found in "A Brief of Wills and Marriages in Montgomery and Fincastle Counties, Virginia, 1733-1831" compiled by Anne Lowry Worrell. "Know all mem by these presents that we Cunrod Reeder + Danl Etter of the County of Montgomery + State of Virginia are held + primty Bound to the Governour for the Time being in the Just + full sum of fifty pounds current money to the payment of which we bind ourselves our + each of us, our Heirs + firmty by these presents sealed with our seals + dated this 3 rd day of July 1788. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above Bound Conrod Reeder hath this day obt. a License for his Marriage to Elizabeth Ory of s. County now of there shall be no lawful cause to obstruct this marriage then the above obligation to be void use to remain in foreshi Syned Sealed & Deliv. in the presence of Wm. Trigy Conrad Reeder (mark) Danl O. Etter (mark) Sir Please to assce Marriage license for Coonrod Rader and my Daughter Elizabeth for I am willing your Calvin Ory June 3, 1788 On February 2, 1790 Conrad was living in Wythe County, Virginia in the vicinity of New River around Reed Creek and Mack Creek (See "Montgomery County, Virginia - Circa 1790" by Netti Schreiner-Yantis).

More About Daniel Etter: Burial: Wytheville, St Johns Luth Ce, Wythe, Virginia Child of Daniel Etter and Mary Rein is:

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150 i. Daniel Etter, born 28 Sep 1791 in Wyth VA; died 09 Feb 1871 in Johnson co IN; married (1) Elizabeth Duke; married (2) Mary Magdalana Lindamood 21 May 1812 in Rev John Stanger, Wythe, Virginia.

302. John Lindamood, born 1764 in Shenandoah, Virginia/Shenandoah Co., VA; died 1831 in Wyth VA. He was the son of 604. George Lindamood and 605. Mary Kelchner. He married 303. Maria Lindamood 10 Jun 1781 in Shenandoah, Virginia. 303. Maria Lindamood, born 1768. Children of John Lindamood and Maria Lindamood are:

151 i. ii. Mary Magdalana Lindamood, born 07 Jan 1801 in Wyth VA; died 24 Mar 1838 in Indiana; married Daniel Etter 21 May 1812 in Rev John Stanger, Wythe, Virginia. George Lindamood, born 1793.

310. George Earhart, born 22 Jul 1749 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania; died 15 Nov 1836 in Hamilton OH. He married 311. Catharina Earhart. 311. Catharina Earhart, born Abt. 1751 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Notes for George Earhart: In 1790, George and his family were living in New London Twp. in Chester Co., Penn More About George Earhart: Burial: Armstrong Chapel Cem., Indian Hill, Ohio Child of George Earhart and Catharina Earhart is:

155 i. Catherine Earhart, born 08 Aug 1778 in Lancaster, , , Pennsylvania; died 1846; married Thomas Roseberry Bet. 1791 - 1792 in Jefferson CO In.

336. Morgan Jr. Young, born 03 Jan 1762 in Mendham, Morris, NJ; died 21 Jan 1852 in Pretty Prairie, LaGrange, IN. He was the son of 672. Morgan Sr. Young and 673. Elizabeth Mills. He married 337. Jane Losey Abt. 1780 in , Washington, PA ?. 337. Jane Losey, born Bef. 30 Aug 1755 in Mendham, Morris, NJ; died 25 Nov 1847 in Pretty Prairie, LaGrange, IN. She was the daughter of 674. John Losey and 675. Jannetje Willems Brouwer. Notes for Morgan Jr. Young: Private, Western Regiment, Morris County Militia under Captain Ezekiel Crane and Robert Young; served monthly tours in 1778 and 1781; was at the battle of Monmouth, N.J., June 28, 1778, and served three weeks at the Revolt of the Pennysylvania Line Troops, January 1781. Born in 1762. Resident of Morris County, N.J. Resided in Lagrange County, Ind., in 1836. Margan was a water boy for Gen Washington and his officers. WHen winter came, he was sent home because of his scanty clothes. His mother made him him new clothes and he returned. He re-enlisted in 1778 when he was 16 years old.m He lived in Mendham Co NJ Washington Co PA (in 1800) - Red Stone Old Fort (Brownsville) PA West Union OH in 1807 Huron CO Lagrange IND in Adams CO Ohio on 150 acres of the 1100 acres oriiginally granted to Gen Nathaniel Massie in the late 1700's (Inv. #176C4 More About Morgan Jr. Young: Fact 1: 28 Jun 1778, Served at the battle of Monmouth, NJ

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Fact 2: Jan 1781, Served Three weeks at revolt of Pennsylvania Line Troops Fact 3: 1836, Resided Lagrange Co, IN Notes for Jane Losey: [mahlong young back 6.ged] From Family Tree maker Linda Muessig [email protected] http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/8269/ New Jersey Losey's in her family 80. Morgan Young, born January 03, 1762 in Mandham, Morris County, New Jersey368; died January 21, 1852 in Howe, LaGrange County, Indiana369. He was the son of 160. Morgan Young and 161. Elizabeth Mills. He married 81. Jane Losey 1780. 81. Jane Losey, born 1758370; died November 25, 1847371. She was the daughter of 162. John Losey and 163. Jane. Jane was baptized 30 Aug 1755 in First Presbyterian Church, Morristown, NJ. Children of Morgan Young and Jane Losey are: i. Noah Young, born April 1788 in New Jersey372; died March 20, 1811 in New Haven, Huron County, Ohio373; married Anna March 20, 1811 in North Monroeville, Huron County, Ohio374. ii. Moses Young, born May 11, 1802; died Unknown. 40 iii. Henry Young, born February 21, 1804 in Red Stone Fort (now Brownsville), Fayette County, Pennsylvania; died January 01, 1886 in Howe, LaGrange County, Indiana; married Lydia Wade May 07, 1825 in West Union, Adams County, Ohio. iv. Susannah Young, born Unknown; died Unknown. v. Sallie Young, born Unknown; died Unknown.

vi. Jane Young, born Unknown; died Unknown. vii. Abraham Young, born Unknown; died Unknown. viii. John Young, born Unknown; died Unknown. ix. George Young, born Unknown; died Unknown. x. Losey Young, born Unknown; died Unknown; married Christena Unknown.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------162. John Losey, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married 163. Jane Unknown. 163. Jane, born Unknown; died Unknown. Child of John Losey and Jane is: 81 i. Jane Losey, born 1758; died November 25, 1847; married Morgan Young 1780. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------76. Morgan Young , Jr., born January 03, 1762 in Mendhan Twnp, Morris Co. NJ; died January 21, 1852 in Pretty Prairie, La Grange Co. IN. He was the son of 152. Morgan Young , Sr. and 153. Elizabeth Mills.

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He married 77. Jane Losey Abt. 1781. 77. Jane Losey, born 1758 in Mendhan Twnp, Morris Co. NJ; died November 25, 1847 in Pretty Prairie, La Grange Co. IN. She was the daughter of 154. John Losey and 155. Jane. Children of Morgan Young and Jane Losey are: i. ii. Susannah Young, born Unknown. Sallie Young, born Unknown.

iii. Jane Young, born Unknown. iv. George Young, born Unknown. v. Abraham Young, born 1785 in Pennsylvania; died 1817 in Adams Co. OH; married Leah Hankins Unknown.

vi. Noah Young, born April 1788; died in Lyme Twnp, Huron Co. OH. vii. John Young, born Abt. 1795 in Washington Co, PA; died June 18, 1827 in viii.Moses Young, born May 11, 1802 married Eurolia Hamilton in Adams Co. OH. ix. Henry Young, born February 21, 1805; married Lydia Wade in Adams Co. OH. x. Losey Young, born February 09, 1809; married (1) Christine Myers in La Grange Co. IN; married (2) Christina Miller. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------------From: [email protected] (Losey, Gerald) To: <[email protected]> Subject: Losey/Young Date sent: Thu, 11 Mar 1999 18:55:21 -0800 1. JANE2 LOSEY (JOHN1) was born August 30, 1755 in Lake Shongum Area = Morristown, New Jersey, and died 1847. She married MORGAN II YOUNG, son = of MORGAN YOUNG and ELIZABETH MILLS. Children of JANE LOSEY and MORGAN YOUNG are: i. SARAH3 YOUNG. ii. JANE B. YOUNG. iii. SUSANNE YOUNG, b. 1788; m. HENRY MCGARRAH. iv. NOAH YOUNG, b. 1788; d. 1858; m. ANNA YOUNG (Cousin) More About Jane Losey: Burial: Pretty Prairie Cemetary, LaGrange, IN Children of Morgan Young and Jane Losey are:

168 i. ii. Noah Young, born Apr 1788 in Elizabeth Township, Essex, New Jersey/Essex Co., NJ; died 05 Jul 1858 in New Haven, Ohio; married Anna Mitchell Young 20 Mar 1811 in North Monroeville, Huron, OH. Henry Young

West Union, OH.

338. Nathanial Mitchell Young, born 31 Mar 1770 in Morris NJ; died 18 Feb 1828 in

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FREDERICKTOWN, KNOX, OH. He was the son of 676. John Young and 677. Hannah Mitchell. He married 339. Mary Lewis 1793 in Prob NJ. 339. Mary Lewis, born Jul 1771 in NJ; died 1830. She was the daughter of 678. James Lewis and 679. Abigail Douglass. Notes for Nathanial Mitchell Young: [Our Young Family in America] in 1800, he bought 500 acres in wilderness land in US Military Tracek in NW Territories. This is one fo earliest deeds at Chillicothe first capital of Ohio. It marked the begining of the Jersey settlement. From: A History of Knox County, Ohio, From 1779 to 1862 By A. Banning Norton. Columbus: Richard Nevins, Printer. 1862 Entered according to the act of Congress in the year 1862 by A. Banning Norton, In the Clerk's office of the Southern District of Ohio. From our research into early statements, we are led to believe that Andrew Craig was the first white man who located within the present county limits. ... Such a harum-scarum fellow could not rest easy when white men got thick around him, so he left and went to the Indian village - Greentown - and from thence migrated further out upon the frontier, preferring red men for neighbors. After many years of solitary residence on the beautiful Koko-sing, the solitude of Craig's retreat is broken by the entrance of a lone Jerseyman, who, in the spring of 1803, penetrates some ten miles further into the wilderness, so as not, by too close proximity, to annoy each other, and there raises a little log cabin and settles down. This follower of the trade of Vulcan soon gets in readiness to blow and strike, and sets about supplying the sons of the forest with the first axes they had ever seen, and by making for them tomahawks, scalping knives, etc., he acquires the sobriquet of the "axe-maker," which for more than half a century has attached to Nathaniel Mitchel Young.

More About Nathanial Mitchell Young: Burial: WAYNE CEMETERY On Hwy 95 near Luzerne - a few hundred yards from his first cabin More About Mary Lewis: Burial: WAYNE CEMETERY, FREDERICKTOWN, KNOX, OH Child of Nathanial Young and Mary Lewis is:

169 i. Anna Mitchell Young, born 23 Mar 1794 in Morris Co., New Jersey; died 26 Apr 1886 in Perkins Township, Erie, OH; married Noah Young 20 Mar 1811 in North Monroeville, Huron, OH.

340. Edward Clark Young, born 10 Oct 1756 in SALEM, ROCKINGHAM, NH; died 02 Apr 1841 in

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ROCHESTER, WINDSOR, VT. He was the son of 680. Israel Young and 681. Elizabeth Clark. He married 341. Ruth Hazelton 27 Jan 1780 in SALEM, ROCKINGHAM, NH. 341. Ruth Hazelton, born 1754 in prob NH. Notes for Edward Clark Young: Clark Young served with Capt Woodbury's Company, Col Stark's NH Regiment. He was in the battles of Lexington and Bunker Hill. Bemus Hieghts, Stillwater, and Burgoyne. He was 5'7", light hair and blue eyes. Child of Edward Young and Ruth Hazelton is:

170 i. Josiah Young, born 27 Feb 1870 in Salem NH; died 18 Sep 1870 in North Monroeville OH; married Mary Barden 15 May 1808 in STODDARD, CHESHIRE, NH.

342. Philip Barden, born 1760 in NH. He married 343. Phebe Basset. 343. Phebe Basset, born Abt. 1760 in NH. Child of Philip Barden and Phebe Basset is:

171 i. Mary Barden, born 01 Oct 1785 in STODDARD, CHESHIRE, NH; died 10 Feb 1880 in MONROEVILLE, HURON, OH; married Josiah Young 15 May 1808 in STODDARD, CHESHIRE, NH.

352. John Jennings, born 1765 in England. He was the son of 704. Jacob Jennings and 705. Mary Smith. He married 353. Sarah Hopkins. 353. Sarah Hopkins, born 1767; died 1850. She was the daughter of 706. Ebenezer Hopkins and 707. Ann Albertson. Child of John Jennings and Sarah Hopkins is:

176 i. Jacob Smith Jennings, born 10 Jan 1793 in Hadenfield, Gloucester or Camden NJ/Gloucester Co., NJ; died 1857 in Warren County, Ohio; married Osea Blackford 1818.

354. John Blackford, born 1762 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey; died 1824. He was the son of 708. Nathaniel Blackford and 709. Mary Daniels. He married 355. Susannah Hampton Abt. 1789 in PA. 355. Susannah Hampton, born 1766 in Essex, , , New Jersey; died Aft. 1829. Child of John Blackford and Susannah Hampton is:

177 i. Osea Blackford, born 21 Aug 1799 in Warren County, Ohio; died 03 Aug 1876; married Jacob Smith Jennings 1818.

360. David Leist, born 16 Aug 1777 in Northumberland Co., PA; died 29 Jan 1840 in Washington Twp., Pickaway Co., OH. He was the son of 720. Andrew Leist and 721. Elizabeth Landman. He married 361. Catherine Stimely Stimling Bet. 1790 - 1800. 361. Catherine Stimely Stimling, born 12 Oct 1777 in Berks Co., PA; died 26 Jul 1843 in Washington Twp., Pickaway Co., OH. More About David Leist: Burial: Old Zion Cem., Washington Twp., Pickaway Co., OH More About Catherine Stimely Stimling: Burial: Old Zion Cem., Washington Twp., Pickaway Co., OH Child of David Leist and Catherine Stimling is:

180 i. William Leist, born 03 Apr 1800 in Northumberland Co., PA; died 21 Apr 1862 in Liberty Twp., Henry Co., OH; married Sarah Nye Bet. 1820 - 1925.

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362. John Nye Child of John Nye is:

181 i. Sarah Nye, born 06 Nov 1801 in Hagerstown, Washington Co., MD; died 25 Nov 1865 in Liberty Twp., Henry Co., OH; married William Leist Bet. 1820 - 1925.

372. Abraham Whiteman, born in Germany. Child of Abraham Whiteman is:

186 i. Samuel Whiteman, born in PA.

380. John Albert Rule, born 1765 in PA; died in Ohio. He was the son of 760. William Rule and 761. Miss Fredericks. He married 381. Elizabeth Thorn Bef. 1788 in PA. 381. Elizabeth Thorn Children of John Rule and Elizabeth Thorn are:

190 i. ii. iii. George Rule, born 1788 in Cumberland, Pennsylvania; died 1865 in Elkhart Indiana; married Sarah Fessler Bef. 1842 in Cumberland, Pennsylvania. Rebecca Rule Leah Rule

416. John Maacconhee Child of John Maacconhee is:

208 i. Henry James McConney.

Generation No. 10 512. Aaron Webb He married 513. Betty Smith 1743 in Northumberland VA. 513. Betty Smith Notes for Aaron Webb: The connection of Aaron & Moses Webb to this Aaron Webb is pure speculation - included here as notes only. Children of Aaron Webb and Betty Smith are:

256 i. Aaron Alexander Webb, born Bef. 1750 in Essex or King George County VA; died 1807 in Woodford County, KY; married (1) Polly Conner; married (2) Mary Polly Conner 08 Sep 1793 in Ky; married (3) Judith Pinkard Cockrell Bef. 1794. 1806 in Woodford CO KY. Moses Webb, born Bef. 1767.

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514. John Conner Child of John Conner is:

257 i. Mary Polly Conner, married Aaron Alexander Webb 08 Sep 1793 in Ky.

516. Evan Davies, born 1729 in Philadelphia, , Pennsylvania; died Abt. 1758. He was the son of 1032. Evan Davies. He married 517. Mary Emory Williams 1755. 517. Mary Emory Williams Children of Evan Davies and Mary Williams are:

258 i. ii. Richard Davies, married Peggy Davies. Samuel Emory Davies, born Bet. 1755 - 1758; married Jane Cook 1783.

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520. William Hough, Sr., born 11 Jan 1727/28 in Bucks Co. , Pa.; died 08 Sep 1794 in Loudoun Co., Va.. He was the son of 1040. John Hough and 1041. Elizabeth Taylor. He married 521. Sarah Blaker 06 Aug 1749 in Bucks Co., Pa.. 521. Sarah Blaker, born 30 Dec 1728 in Bucks County, PA. She was the daughter of 1042. Samuel Blaker and 1043. Sarah Catherine Smith. Notes for William Hough, Sr.: [nn j hough back 6 b.FTW]

More About William Hough, Sr.: Date born 2: 11 Jan 1727/28, Bucks County, PA Died 2: 08 Sep 1794, Loudoun County, VA Record Change: 19 Dec 1999 More About Sarah Blaker: Date born 2: 30 Dec 1728, Wrightstown, Bucks Co., Pa. Record Change: 09 Mar 2000 Children of William Hough and Sarah Blaker are:

260 i. ii. iii. iv. Robert Hough, born Abt. 1750 in Pennsylvania. William Hough, Jr., born 23 Jul 1754 in Bucks County, PA; died 29 Oct 1838 in Highland Co. OH; married Rachel Bean 22 Jun 1775 in New Jersey. Stacy Hough, born Abt. 1758 in Pennsylvania. Sarah Hough, born Abt. 1760 in Bucks County, PA.

522. Jacob Bean, born 1729 in Bucks County, PA; died 13 Nov 1807 in Bucks County, PA. He married 523. Sarah Hartley. 523. Sarah Hartley, born 07 Oct 1726 in Bucks County, PA; died 29 Jul 1795 in Bucks County, PA. Children of Jacob Bean and Sarah Hartley are:

261 i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. Hannah Bean, born 01 Feb 1745/46. Joseph Bean, born 06 Mar 1748/49 in Bucks County, PA; died 08 Aug 1835 in Bucks County, PA. Rachel Bean, born 19 Dec 1752 in Bucks County, PA; married William Hough, Jr. 22 Jun 1775 in New Jersey. Benjamin Bean, born 12 May 1758 in Bucks County, PA. Tamara Bean, born 13 Mar 1761 in Bucks County, PA; died 15 Aug 1837. Aseneth Bean, born 09 Mar 1764. Ann Bean, born 02 Oct 1766. Mahlon Bean, born 29 Jan 1769 in Bucks County, PA.

524. James Finley, born 31 Aug 1730 in SCOTLAND; died 1809. He was the son of 1048. Robert Finley and 1049. Catherina Wilkes. He married 525. Mary Patterson. 525. Mary Patterson, born in GERMANY. Notes for James Finley: A bigraphy of James Finley (although this source claims him the father of Robert W Finley, there were more than one James Finley preaching at that time]. And James B FInley's autobiography had his grandfather Robert imigrating from Scotland. He was born in County Armagh, Ireland, in February, 1725; was educated at Fagg's Manor, under Samuel Blair; was licensed by the New Castle Presbytery, and installed pastor of East Nottingham, on the Rock, in Cecil County, Maryland, in 1752. Mr. Finley crossed the Alleghenies in 1765, and again in 1767, and by the direction of the Synod, supplied Ligonier, and the vacancies beyond the mountains for two months, in 1771-2. His pastoral relation at Nottingham, against the remonstrance of an attached people, was dissolved, May 17th, 1782. He was

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not dismissed to Redstone Presbytery till April 26th, 1785, and he was received by that body June 21st. He was called to Rehoboth and Round Hill, both in the forks of the Youghiogheny, in the Fall of 1784, and remained there till his death, January 6th, 1795. On removing to the West, the Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylvania intrusted important business to Mr. Finley, and commissioned him as a Justice of the Peace and a Judge of the Common Pleas. The father of James Finley is also listed by some sources as Michael Finley, who had another son Samuel Finley DD - who founded the acadamy at Nottingham, Maryland, and later became president of Princeton University. Yet another spin on the Finley connections from Ky Genelogy site: (From "Genealogy From The Long Ago") James Finley, grandfather of Robert W. Finley, was in County Armagh, Ireland, in February 1725. He was educated by Rev. Samuel Blair at Fagg's Manor, Pennsylvania, and he accompanied Rev. Whitefield to the Orphan House in Georgia. He probably studied theology with his brother, Samuel, at Nottingham and was ordained pastor of East Nottingham, Cecil County, Maryland, in 1752. He was a teacher and educated many Presbyterian ministers. He was a grand old man and became a member of the Red Stone Presbytery, June 21, 1785. He was called to Reheboth and Round Hill, in the forks of the Youghiogheny, in 1784 and remained there until his death, January 6, 1795. His sons were Ebenezer, Joseph, Michael, William, and John Evans Finley. The latter preached in Mason County, Kentucky, during the great revival. Robert W. Finley was a grandson of James. Robert W. Finley was a learned and eloquent Presbyterian preacher and, in pioneer times, had a classical school called the Log Cabin Seminary for young men at Cambridge, Bourbon County, Kentucky, at which his sons, James and John, were pupils. In 1797 he moved to Germantown, Ohio, and lived to a good old age.

More About James Finley: Date born 2: 31 Aug 1730, Glasgow, Lanark, Scot Died 2: 1809, Va. or Pa. Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of James Finley and Mary Patterson is:

262 i. Robert Wilkes Finley, born 17 Jun 1750 in Bucks Creek, PA; died 08 Dec 1840 in Germantown, OH; married Rebecca Bradley 1780 in Mecklenburg County, NC.

526. James Bradley, Sr., born 1720 in Wales; died 1796 in Bourbon County, KY. He married 527. Hannah Elizabeth Pelham 1742 in Bucks Co PA. 527. Hannah Elizabeth Pelham, born 1724 in England; died 1788 in Maysville, KY. Children of James Bradley and Hannah Pelham are:

263 i. ii. Rebecca Bradley, born Abt. 1760; died 22 Mar 1821 in Highland County, OH; married Robert Wilkes Finley 1780 in Mecklenburg County, NC. Capt Francis Bradley, born 1743 in New Munster,Cecil County Maryland; died 1780; married Abigail Alexander. Notes for Capt Francis Bradley: Francis Bradley was born 1743 in New Munster,Cecil County Maryland, his parents were James Bradley (1720-1796) and Elizabeth Pelham (1724-1788) who were of Scots-irish decent. Francis married Abigail Alexander about 1767.Abigail was born May 24,1748 in Cecil County,Maryland.Her parents were James Alexander (ca.1690-1799) of Cecil County. The children of Francis Bradley and Abigail Alexander include; 1.James Bradley born about 1768;

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2.Rebecca Bradley born about 1770; 3.John McKnitt Bradley born January 31,1772,died October 15, 1827,married Jeanette Williams. 4.Elizabeth Bradley born about 1775,died August 19,1817 married Alexander Stinson. 5.Esther Bradley born about 1776. Francis Bradley and Abigail Alexander settled on Long Creek near Hopewell Presbyterian Church in Mecklenburg County about 1770 and established a farm there.According to Dr.J.B.Alexander,in his 1902 History of Mecklenburg County,Francis Bradley,who was usually called by the nickname Frank,was a true Patriot and said to be,physically,the strongest man in the County. Bradley participated in the Mecklenburg Convention on May 19 and 20,1775 and became Captain of a company of the Mecklenburg Militia from the Hopewell area.The Mecklenburg,Rowan,and Tryon Militia combined to form 2300 soldier expedition against the Cherokee led by General Griffith Rutherford July 29 through the end of September 1776. This was a result of the Indians forming a pact with the British and making many raids against the settlers in Tryon County earlier that year when several children were killed and scalped. It is not certain that Capt.Bradley went on the expedition or was simply responsible for mustering the local troops.He served as a county tax collector in 1777 and was road overseer 1778.I talked to the Minister of the Hopewell Presbyterian Church in North Carolina,and he told me they did find Francis`s Headstone on the Mauney Plot Old Fort,and it has been returned to the Church,he has a new one built 1912,his body was untouched,he remains at the Hopewell Cemetery. A noted character of the Revolutionary days was Capt. Francis Bradley, a true patriot, who took an active part in the skirmish of McIntyre's Branch and was murdered November 14, 1780, by a small band of Tories. Physically he was said to be the strongest man in the county From the autobiography of John H Wheeler: who, on October 3, 1780, at McIntire's Creek, seven miles north of Charlotte, successfully ambuscaded and stampeded a British foraging party of four hundred and fifty infantry and sixty cavalry, with about forty wagons. Their names are worthy of individual mention and are as follows: James Thompson, Captain; Francis Bradley, George Graham, James Henry, Thomas Dickson, John Dickson, George Houston, Hugh Houston, Thomas McLure, John Long, John Robinson, George Shipley and Edward Shipley. Names After Him Francis Bradley Middle School 13345 Beatties Ford Road Huntersville, NC 28078

More About Capt Francis Bradley: Burial: Hopewell Presbyterian Church in North Carolina iii. Esther Bradley, married Isaac Price. Notes for Isaac Price: This appears to be the Uncle Price who exacted revenge on a Torie (tar&feather and banishment) who tortured local women during the revolutionary war (relayed in James B Finley autobigraphy). Isaac was a blacksmith. Evidence against the murderers of his brother in law Francis Bradley included a gun and buttons made by Isaac

528. John Beard, born 29 May 1704 in Londonderry, , Tyrone, Ireland; died 02 Apr 1795. He was the son of 1056. John Beard. He married 529. Deborah Pease 1731. 529. Deborah Pease, born 07 Jul 1714. She was the daughter of 1058. Nathan Pease and 1059. Hannah Chase. Notes for John Beard: TBD - the john beard who married martha is apparantly a different line than the nantucket beard line (beard/pease). although many of those nantucket quaker whalers moved to guilford co nc - perhaps a connection afterall.

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Child of John Beard and Deborah Pease is:

264 i. John Beard, born Abt. 1745 in Londonderry, Ireland or England/Londonderry, Ulster, Northern Ireland; died 09 Sep 1809 in Randolph County, NC; married Martha Beard Abt. 1767.

536. I. Ephraim Tucker, born Abt. 1744 in Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co., NJ; died 29 Jul 1805 in Westfield (Essex) NJ. He was the son of 1072. Warner Tucker and 1073. Elizabeth Lambert. He married 537. Sarah Miller 02 Jul 1765. 537. Sarah Miller, born Abt. 1745 in Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co., NJ; died 06 May 1784 in Westfield (Essex) NJ. Notes for I. Ephraim Tucker: [v2 e grubb guilford webb back 6 gen.FTW]

6th Generation Ephraim Tucker Sr. Of Ephraim Tucker very little has been learned. He was born in Westfield, New Jersey, the second son of Warner and Elizabeth Tucker. He was a soldier of the War of the Revolution, the nature of his service has not been determined, the only record being that he received a voucher 3200, certificate number 117 for $680. from the Quartermaster General's Department, State of New Jersey, Trenton, his name appearing on the rolls of the period. 1775-1783; Revolutionary War. Office of the Adjutant General Trenton, N.J. Ephraim Tucker received from Daniel Marsh, Quartermaster General's Department voucher 3200, certificate 117, dated April 29, 1780, for $680.00, continental L6:7:6, specie; interest commenced April 1, 1779; interest to January 1, 1787, L2:19:2 3/4; same deposited in State Treasury, - Revolutionay War We can only conclude that his service must have been of lengthy duration to have had what was at that time a considerable sum of money due him. Ephraim Tucker and Sarah Miller were married in Westfield, New Jersey, the marriage ceremony performed by Rev. Benjamin Woodruff. Sarah Miller Tucker died May 6, 1786, aged 36 years. She is buried in the Presbyterian Church Yard at Westfield. In the records of the Presbyterian Church at Westfield are found the records of the marriage of Ephraim Tucker and Sarah Miller, the date they became members of the church, 1767, the baptism of Ephraim Tucker, Jr. July 15, 1770, of Sarah, September 11, 1774 and Sabra Clark Tucker, May 13, 1781. Ephraim Tucker married second, Rhoda Price Valentine, she was the sister of Abraham Price and the widow of Ephraim Valentine, she was the mother of five children when she married Ephraim Tucker. This indenture made this first day of August in the year of our Lord, One Thousand seven Hundred and Ninety eight between Ephraim Tucker of the Township of Westfield County of Essex and State of New Jersey. Yeoman of the one Part and his dutiful son Ephraim Tucker Jur (sp) of Bernard Town County of Somerset and State of New Jersey above sd Yeoman of the other part. Witnessesth that the sd Ephraim Tucker Senior for and in consideration of the sum of Thirty Pounds New York Currency, Dollars at Eight Shillings to him in Hand well and truly paid before the ensaling and Delivery hereof by his sd son Ephraim Tucker Jur (sp) and for other Good Causes and Considerations him here unto

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(moving). The Receipt whereof the sd Ephraim Tucker Senr does hereby acknowledge Has given, granted, bargained, sold, alienated, Enfeossed (sp), conveyed and confirmed; and by these Presents Doth fully and absolutely Give, grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff (sp), convey and confirm unto Him the sd Ephraim Tucker jur (sp) and to his heirs, Execrd, Adms, Assigns forever. All that one certain Piece or Parcel of Land and Premises on which the sd Ephraim Tucker now lives. BEGINNING at a post by the south west side of the road leading up by the said Ephraim Tucker Senr dwelling house being the North Corner of the Premises and is an East Corner of Nathaniel Meeker's land from thence running with his line and binding on it Southwest Twenty two chains and thirty Links to a walnut sapling being John Osborns Corner, thence with his line and binding on it Southeast three chains and thirty links, to a stake being another of said Osborn's Corners; thence still with his Line and binding on it Southwest one chain and thirty six links to a Stone being Joseph Lamb's corner, thence with his line and binding on it Southeast ten chains and thirty links to a stake being Aker's Corner; thence with his line and Samuel Downers and binding thereon, Northeast twenty four chains and ten links to a stone by the side of the road bing at Downer's Corner; and from thence along up said road and binding on it twelve chains and ninety three links to the beginning. Containing Thirty Acres of Land, be the same more or less together, also, with the Houses, out Houses and all Manner of Buildings, Fences, Orchards, Gardens, Meadows, Pastures, Woods, Waters and all and every of the Profits, Privileges, Advantages, Hereditaments and Appurtenances to the same belonging or in any Manner of wise appertaining, to have and to hold all and singular of the above bargained premises with each and every of the Appurtenances unto him the sd Ephraim Tucker Jur (sp) and to his heirs, Excrs, Admrs and Assigns to him and their sole and only proper use, benefit and behoof forever and the sd Ephraim Tucker Senior does covenant, grant and agree, to and with the sd Ephraim Tucker jur (sp) that he the sd Ephraim Tucker Senior immediately before the Ensealing and Delivery hereof is the true sole and lawful Owner of all and singular of the above bargained Premises and that he is lawfully seised and possessed of thee same in his own proper right as a good perfect and absolute Estate of Inheritance in Fee Simple, and that the sid Ephraim Tucker jur (sp) and his heirs, Adms, Execr and Assigns shall and may from time to time and at all times hereafter forever by force and virtue of these Presents Lawfully forceably and quietly have hold and occupy possess and enjoy all and singular of the above bargained Premises, free and clear and freely and clearly, acquitted, exonerated and discharged of and from all Manner of former and other Gifts Grants, Bargains, Sales, Loans, Mortgages, Wills, Intails, Jointures, Dowers, Judgements, Executions, Incumberances and Troubles in the Law whatsoever and further, the sd Ephraim Tucker Senior does bind himself, his heirs, Exec and Adms firmly by these Presents to Warrent and Forever Defend the sd Ephraim Tucker jur (sp) and his heirs, Exec, Adms, and Assigns in the peacable possession of all and singular of the above bargained Premises against the just and lawful Claims of all Manner of Persons whosoever. In witness whereof the said Ephraim Tucker Senior has hereunto set his hand & seal the date herein first above written. Sealed and delivered In presence of Ephraim Tucker Benjamin Tucker William Coles Note: Written on the outside is--"Ephraim Tucker Senior to Ephraim Tucker jur ---Deed" More About I. Ephraim Tucker:

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Burial: Westfield (Essex) NJ More About Sarah Miller: Burial: Westfield (Essex) NJ Children of Ephraim Tucker and Sarah Miller are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. Hannah Tucker, born in Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co., NJ. Sarah Tucker Sabra Clark Tucker Samuel Miller Tucker II. Ephraim Tucker, born 25 May 1770 in Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co., NJ; died 01 Aug 1844 in Butler County, OH; married Phoebe Hand 20 Feb 1791 in Westfield Presby. Ch., Westfield, Union, N.J..

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538. Daniel Hand, born Abt. 1750 in Bernardsville, Somerset Co, Nj; died 1778 in Bernardsville, Somerset Co, Nj. He was the son of 1076. Nehemiah Hand and 1077. Lydia Hand. He married 539. Mary Cole(s). 539. Mary Cole(s), born Bet. 1742 - 1753 in Green Brook, Somerset Co, NJ. She was the daughter of 1078. William Cole and 1079. Elizabeth Dennis. Notes for Daniel Hand: Will of Daniel Hand was probated at Bernard Town, New Jersey June 7, 1778. Forasmuch as it is appointed for all men once to die & the time when very uncertain I Daniel Hand of the Borogh of Elizabeth County of Summerset and Province of East New Jersey Yeoman, being of sound Mind and disposing Memory (Thands be given unto God for the same) do make this my last Will and Testament I order all my just Debts and funeral Expenses to be paid out of my Estate. I give my beloved Wife Mary Hand the use & Profits of my whole Estate while she remains my Widow. I give and bequeath to my Grandson Samuel Hand to him his Heir & Assigns forever the Plantation I purchased of William & Nathanil Grey but if my said Grandson Dies under the Age of Twenty one years leaving no Issue lawfully begotten of his own Body then what I have given him shall be Equally divided among all my own Children Vizt. Benjamin Hand William Hand John Hand and Phebe Hand and to be to them their Heirs & Assigns forever all the rest residue & remainder of my Estate both Real & Personal I give and bequeath to my abovesaid four Children Vizt Benjamin Hand William Hand John Hand & Phebe Hand to be equally divided among them four both in Quantity & Quality and shall be unto them their Heirs and Assigns forever but if either of my said four Children should Die under the Age of Twenty one Years the Sons or under the Age of Eighteen Years the Daughter leaveing no Issue lawfully begotten of their own Body then their part shall be Equally divided among the Survivors of my own Children (or their Heir if either of them should be Dead leaving lawful Heirs) and shall be uto them their Heirs and Assigns forever. And I impower my Executors to divide the Estate among my abovesaid Children at the Death or Marriage of my abovesaid Wife and I do hereby make ordain Constitute and appoint my Brother in Law Dennis Cole and my abovesaid beloved Wife Executors of this my last Will and Testament. And I do hereby utterly revoke and disannul and disallow all and every other & former Wills and Testaments by me at any time before this made Ratifying allowing and Confirming this and no other to be my last Will & Testament. In Witness wherof I have hereunto set my Hand & Seal this first Day of January Anno Domini One thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy Seven, 1777. Daniel Hand (Seal) Signed Sealed Pronounced and Declared by the said Testator Daniel Hand to be his last Will & Testament in presence of Henry Line Mary Line William Coles William Coles & Mary Line two of the Witnesses to the within Will being duly Sworn on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God did depose & say that they saw Daniel Hand Sign & Seal the same and heard him Publish Pronounce & Declare the within Writing to be his last Will and Testament and at the doing therof he the said Testator was of Sound and Disposing Mind & Memory so far as these Deponants know and as they verily believe And that Henry Line the other subscri bing Evidence was present at the same time & Signed His Name as a Witness together with these Deponants in the Presence of the said Testator. William Coles Mary Line

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Bernard Town June 7th 1778 Sworn before me James Kirkpaterick, Surrogate. The foregoing Will being Proved Probate was granted by his Excellency Govr. Liningston unto Mary Hand sole Executrix in said Will Named, she having been first duly Sworn truly to perform the same, exhibit a true Inventory & render a just and tru Acct when thereto lawfully required. Given under the Prerogative Seal the Day & Year aforesaid. Bowes Reed, Regr. Recorded in Liber 20 of Wills, page 226. Child of Daniel Hand and Mary Cole(s) is:

269 i. Phoebe Hand, born 11 Jul 1775 in Somerset County, NJ; died 27 Nov 1850 in Shelby County, IN; married II. Ephraim Tucker 20 Feb 1791 in Westfield Presby. Ch., Westfield, Union, N.J..

544. Nathaniel Owens He was the son of 1088. John Owens and 1089. Elinor Bryant. Child of Nathaniel Owens is:

272 i. Samual Owens, born 1750; died 1801; married (1) Margaret Jones; married (2) Elizabeth Webb.

562. Thomas Henderson, born 28 Aug 1744 in Augusta VA; died 03 May 1827 in Bourbon KY. He was the son of 1124. Thomas Henderson and 1125. Eleanor Henderson. He married 563. Sara Wharton 04 Feb 1772 in Augusta VA. 563. Sara Wharton, born 25 Dec 1749 in Cumberland PA; died 01 Feb 1841 in Bourbon KY. She was the daughter of 1126. Henry Wharton and 1127. Mary Wright. More About Sara Wharton: Burial: Bourbon KY Child of Thomas Henderson and Sara Wharton is:

281 i. Jane Henderson, born 17 Jan 1777 in VA; died Bef. 1827; married Robert Patterson Bet. 1795 - 1797 in Bourbon, Ky.

576. Elihu Underwood, born Abt. 1730 in Warrington, Bucks County, PA; died 1801 in Warrington, York County, PA,. He was the son of 1152. Alexander Underwood and 1153. Jane Harry. He married 577. Margaret Marsh Warrington 30 Dec 1756 in York County, PA. 577. Margaret Marsh Warrington Children of Elihu Underwood and Margaret Warrington are:

288 i. ii. iii. iv. v. John Underwood, born in York County Pennsylvania; married Priscilla Cox. Margaret Underwood Elihu Underwood Abraham Underwood Susannah Underwood

584. Warner Ford, born Abt. 1750 in Stafford,Virginia; died Abt. 1835 in Port Royal,Henry,Kentucky. He was the son of 1168. Warrener Ford and 1169. Frances Seaton. He married 585. Cynthia Mellon Abt. 1771 in Overwharton Parish,Stafford,Virginia. 585. Cynthia Mellon, born 02 Apr 1753 in Overwharton, Virginia; died Abt. 1835 in Henry, Kentucky. More About Warner Ford: Burial: Port Royal Cem., Henry, Kentucky Children of Warner Ford and Cynthia Mellon are:

292 295 i. ii. Jarret Ford, born Bet. 1773 - 1776 in Virginia; died 1859 in Henry, Kentucky; married Elizabeth Terrell 23 Apr 1798 in Bourbon Ky. Elizabeth Ford, born 1789 in Bourbon Co, KY; died 1850; married Gershom Lowery Lee 15 Feb 1809 in Lancaster, Henry Ky.

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588. John Lee, born 20 Jul 1760 in Flemington, Hunterdon, New Jersey; died 17 Sep 1837 in Indiana. He was the son of 1176. Gershom Lee and 1177. Rebecca Hunt. He married 589. Margaret Lowery 15 Mar 1780 in Morris, New Jersey. 589. Margaret Lowery, born 1762 in Morris CO NJ. She was the daughter of 1178. Thomas Lowery and 1179. Margaret Johnson. Notes for John Lee: Children John Lee born April 15, 1792 Gershom Lowery Lee born Feb. 11, 1781 Mary Lee born Dec. 8, 1783 Rebecca Lee born Feb. 10, 1787 Nathan Lee born Oct. 10, 1789 James C. Lee born May 12, 1796 Sarah Lee born Feb. 24, 1799 Nancy Lee born August 4, 1801 Nathaniel Lee born May 5, 1804

Child of John Lee and Margaret Lowery is:

294 i. Gershom Lowery Lee, born 11 Feb 1781 in Gallatin Co., Ky?; died 09 Dec 1864; married Elizabeth Ford 15 Feb 1809 in Lancaster, Henry Ky.

600. Gerhart Etter, born in Riggisberg, Kanton Bern , Switzerland; died 17 Feb 1783 in Palmyra, , Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 1200. Johannes Etter and 1201. Anna Marie Siegrist. He married 601. Catharina Banga Abt. 1742 in Lancaster PA. 601. Catharina Banga, born 26 Oct 1717 in Munchenstein, , Basel, Switzerland/Munchenstein, Switzerland; died 20 Apr 1788 in Palmyra, , Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 1202. Hans Jacob Banga and 1203. Anna Catherina Kappen. Notes for Gerhart Etter: He had 5 children. Descendents immigrated to America in 1735 and settled in Mt. Joy, Lancaster County, PA. "The information re Etter family in Switzerland is found in "The Reichen Report-Familien-Register der Etter von Forenbalm-Kerzers and Murten" (parishes near Bern, Swit.) Published by the American Etter Society, Inc. 1965 Gerhard Etter had a Warrant survey ( # A-47-48 ) done under warrant number 121. The warrant was dated 16 DEC 1747 and the survey was dated 31 OCT 1765. The patent was dated 20 NOV 1766 to Gerhard Etter ( Patent number AA-8-109 ). The 180.132 Acres - perches of this land is mostly in North Annville twp of Lebanon County (Lancaster county until 1785). The rest is in North Londonderry twp of the same county,

More About Gerhart Etter: Burial: Hebron Mor Cem, Lancaster, Pennsylvania Notes for Catharina Banga: Switzerland Immigration: 1739

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More About Catharina Banga: Burial: Hebron Mor Cem, Lancaster, Pennsylvania Child of Gerhart Etter and Catharina Banga is:

300 i. Daniel Etter, born 27 Apr 1750 in Palmyra, Hanover, Lancaster, Pennsylvania/Palmyra, Lebanon Co., PA; died 05 Sep 1803 in Evensham, Wythe Co, VA; married Mary Magdalen Rein.

604. George Lindamood, born Abt. 1736 in Shendoah VA; died Jul 1770 in Shendoah VA. He was the son of 1208. Johan Michael Lindamood and 1209. Maria Margaretha Wolf. He married 605. Mary Kelchner. 605. Mary Kelchner Notes for George Lindamood: Fomr a web posting: The original name was Lindenmuth. The german pronounciation of this name is the same as Lindamood. They came from Germany. Three came in 1749 in the ship the Patience, while another brother came in 1752. They are from Boedigheim, Germany at the northeast edge of the Odenwald. They owned land "To The Green Tree". Intended to come over together but Johann Michael Lindenmuth bought another farm and stayed three more years. He came over on the ship Patience in 1752 and settled in Pa. Linden means green tree

Children of George Lindamood and Mary Kelchner are:

302 i. ii. John Lindamood, born 1764 in Shenandoah, Virginia/Shenandoah Co., VA; died 1831 in Wyth VA; married Maria Lindamood 10 Jun 1781 in Shenandoah, Virginia. George Henry Lindamood, born 1760.

672. Morgan Sr. Young, born 1713 in Craigforth, Aberdeen, Scotland; died 20 Nov 1792 in Mendham, Morris, New Jersey. He married 673. Elizabeth Mills 25 May 1741 in Mendham, Morris, New Jersey. 673. Elizabeth Mills, born 1720 in Long Island, , New York; died 24 Sep 1791 in Mendham, Morris, New Jersey. She was the daughter of 1346. Samual Mills. Notes for Morgan Sr. Young: Info From Our Young Family in America The Youngs came from Scotland, Arriving in America on October 11, 1722. "Our Young Family" - Arrived in America on Oct 11 1722 at the age of nine years from the Highlands of Scotland - . Suggestion is that the "Morgan comes from his mother's family - Clan Morgan. He was a Quaker Morgan likely was named for his mother - a Morgan and descendent of the Scottish clan Morgan He was a blacksmith - farmer. Morgan served as a Wagon Master in the Revolutionary war. He owned 150 acres of land that included a public

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house (hotel) - sold in 1778 in Mendham Morris County NJ. Young family monument in the Newton NJ cemetary commerates 3 generatoins of Youngs. But he was likely buried in the cemetery adjoning the Mendham (Randolph) Quaker Meeting House

More About Morgan Sr. Young: Burial: Mendham (Randolph) Quaker Meeting House Notes for Elizabeth Mills: [mahlong young back 6.ged] 160. Morgan Young, born 1713 in Scotland639; died September 24, 1791 in Newton, Sussex County, New Jersey. He married CE="Times New Roman" SIZE=3>161. Elizabeth Mills May 25, 1741640. 161. Elizabeth Mills, born 1720 in Long Island, New York641; died September 14, 1791 in Newton, Sussex County, New Jersey. Children of Morgan Young and Elizabeth Mills are: i. John Young, born November 30, 1750 in Mandham, Morris County, New 16, 1826 in Ohio; married Hannah Mitchell November 30, 1768. 80 ii. Morgan Young, born January 03, 1762 in Mandham, Morris County, New 1852 in Howe, LaGrange County, Indiana; married Jane Losey 1780. Children of Morgan Young and Elizabeth Mills are: i. ii. iii. iv. v. Thomas Young. Unknown Young. William Young, born March 16, 1741/42; died July 21, 1819. Charity Young, born September 24, 1744. Anne Young, born September 25, 1747. Jersey; died February

Jersey; died January 21,

vi. John Young, born November 30, 1750; died February 16, 1826; married Hanna Mitchel November 24, 1768. vii. James Young, born April 19, 1754. viii. Robert Young, born February 13, 1756; married Sarah Briant Abt. 1799. 76 ix. Morgan Young , Jr., born January 03, 1762 in Mendhan Twnp, Morris Co. 1852 in Pretty Prairie, La Grange Co. IN; married Jane Losey Abt. 1781. m Drakeg g. Morgan married Jane Losey Children of Morgan Young and Elizabeth Mills are:

336 i. ii. Morgan Jr. Young, born 03 Jan 1762 in Mendham, Morris, NJ; died 21 Jan 1852 in Pretty Prairie, LaGrange, IN; married Jane Losey Abt. 1780 in , Washington, PA ?. John Young, born 30 Nov 1750 in Mendham, Morris, New Jersey; died 16 Feb 1826 in Ohio; married Hannah Mitchell 30 Nov 1768; born 26 Aug 1753 in NH; died 21 Sep 1828 in Fredericktown, Knox, Ohio. Notes for John Young: John Young was a blacksmith like his father. He was very popular with the Indians - making a variety of

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tools for them. When the Sandusky indians were removed to Inidiana, they insisited that they would go provided John Young come with them. He did and remained 2 years. John Young served as a privatged and corporal under Capt Josah Hall Morris Co Militia He purchased his father's Mendham farm in 1784 listing residence as Hanover township. In 1788 moved his family to Fallowfield township.Washington CO PA More About John Young: Burial: Wayne Township Cemetary, OH

674. John Losey, born 06 Oct 1700 in Jamaica, New York; died 1765 in Menham, New Jersey. He was the son of 1348. Jacobus Loyse and 1349. Elizabeth Loyse. He married 675. Jannetje Willems Brouwer. 675. Jannetje Willems Brouwer, born Abt. Jan 1701/02 in Brooklyn, NY; died in Menhan, NJ. She was the daughter of 1350. Wilhelmus Brouwer and 1351. Martha Boulton. Notes for John Losey: [mahlong young back 6.ged] Loseys were Dutch Also known as Jan Loyse, Jacobus Loyse , Cornelius Janzen Loyse http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/r/o/Wilda-M-Brown/GENE1-0008.html 154. John Losey, died Aft. 1765 in New Jersey. He married 155. Jane. 155. Jane. Children of John Losey and Jane are: i. ii. Elizabeth Losey. Phillip Losey.

iii. Cornelius Losey. iv. John Losey. v. Timothy Losey.

vi. Mary Losey, married Pitney. vii. James Puff Losey, born 1718; died January 10, 1809; married Hannah Burwell 1766. viii. Jane Losey, born 1758 in Mendhan Twnp, Morris Co. NJ; died November 25, 1847 in Pretty Prairie, La Grange Co. IN; married Morgan Young , Jr. Abt. 1781. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------

Notes for Jannetje Willems Brouwer: Jane was baptised 8 Jan 1702 in RDC, Brooklyn, NY.

More About Jannetje Willems Brouwer: Fact 1: 18 Jan 1701/02, Christened: Brooklyn, Kings, Dutch Ref. Ch, N.Y. Child of John Losey and Jannetje Brouwer is:

337 i. Jane Losey, born Bef. 30 Aug 1755 in Mendham, Morris, NJ; died 25 Nov 1847 in Pretty Prairie,

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LaGrange, IN; married Morgan Jr. Young Abt. 1780 in , Washington, PA ?.

676. John Young, born 30 Nov 1750 in Mendham, Morris, New Jersey; died 16 Feb 1826 in Ohio. He was the son of 672. Morgan Sr. Young and 673. Elizabeth Mills. He married 677. Hannah Mitchell 30 Nov 1768. 677. Hannah Mitchell, born 26 Aug 1753 in NH; died 21 Sep 1828 in Fredericktown, Knox, Ohio. She was the daughter of 1354. Nathanial Mitchell and 1355. Abigail (Conkling) Harris. Notes for John Young: John Young was a blacksmith like his father. He was very popular with the Indians - making a variety of tools for them. When the Sandusky indians were removed to Inidiana, they insisited that they would go provided John Young come with them. He did and remained 2 years. John Young served as a privatged and corporal under Capt Josah Hall Morris Co Militia He purchased his father's Mendham farm in 1784 listing residence as Hanover township. In 1788 moved his family to Fallowfield township.Washington CO PA More About John Young: Burial: Wayne Township Cemetary, OH Child of John Young and Hannah Mitchell is:

338 i. Nathanial Mitchell Young, born 31 Mar 1770 in Morris NJ; died 18 Feb 1828 in FREDERICKTOWN, KNOX, OH; married Mary Lewis 1793 in Prob NJ.

678. James Lewis, born 1747 in NJ; died 1819. He was the son of 1356. Edward Lewis and 1357. Sarah Morris. He married 679. Abigail Douglass Abt. 1770 in NJ. 679. Abigail Douglass, born 1747 in Morris NJ; died 05 Aug 1830. Notes for James Lewis: [Our Young Family in America] in 1800, he bought 500 acres in wilderness land in US Military Tracek in NW Territories. Ajacent to his soninlaw N M Young. More About James Lewis: Burial: WAYNE CEM, WAYNE, KNOX, OH. More About Abigail Douglass: Burial: WAYNE Baptist CEM, WAYNE, KNOX, OH. Child of James Lewis and Abigail Douglass is:

339 i. Mary Lewis, born Jul 1771 in NJ; died 1830; married Nathanial Mitchell Young 1793 in Prob NJ.

680. Israel Young, born Bet. 22 Dec 1728 - 01 Sep 1731 in Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts; died in Manchester NH. He was the son of 1360. Israel Young and 1361. Martha Beadle. He married 681. Elizabeth Clark Abt. 1754 in NH. 681. Elizabeth Clark, born 15 Jan 1735/36 in Methuen Mass; died 18 Jun 1759. She was the daughter of 1362. Edward Clark and 1363. Ruth Kelly. Notes for Israel Young: Israel Young apparantly married three times and is said to have had 23 sons and several daughters. Child of Israel Young and Elizabeth Clark is:

340 i. Edward Clark Young, born 10 Oct 1756 in SALEM, ROCKINGHAM, NH; died 02 Apr 1841 in ROCHESTER, WINDSOR, VT; married Ruth Hazelton 27 Jan 1780 in SALEM, ROCKINGHAM, NH.

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704. Jacob Jennings He was the son of 1408. Isaac Jennings and 1409. Judith Marden Bates. He married 705. Mary Smith 1761. 705. Mary Smith She was the daughter of 1410. Issac Smith. Child of Jacob Jennings and Mary Smith is:

352 i. John Jennings, born 1765 in England; married Sarah Hopkins.

706. Ebenezer Hopkins, born 26 Aug 1745 in Glouster NJ; died 13 Jun 1781. He was the son of 1412. Ebenezer Hopkins and 1413. Sarah Lord. He married 707. Ann Albertson 22 Nov 1764 in Haddonfield Cloucester/Camden NJ. 707. Ann Albertson, born 21 Aug 1745 in Haddonfield Cloucester NJ; died Aft. 1781 in NJ. She was the daughter of 1414. Josiah Albertson and 1415. Ann Austin. Child of Ebenezer Hopkins and Ann Albertson is:

353 i. Sarah Hopkins, born 1767; died 1850; married John Jennings.

708. Nathaniel Blackford, born 1714; died 1764. He was the son of 1416. John Blackford and 1417. Ruth Sutton. He married 709. Mary Daniels 20 Aug 1759 in Scotch Plains Bapt. Church, Scotch Plains, NJ. 709. Mary Daniels She was the daughter of 1418. Ebenezer Daniels. Child of Nathaniel Blackford and Mary Daniels is:

354 i. John Blackford, born 1762 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey; died 1824; married Susannah Hampton Abt. 1789 in PA.

720. Andrew Leist, born 30 Nov 1755 in New Garmontown, [now Oldwick] Hunterdon Co., NJ; died 11 Nov 1821 in Washington Twp., Pickaway Co., OH. He was the son of 1440. David Leist. He married 721. Elizabeth Landman 10 Nov 1776 in probably in Northumberland Co., PA. 721. Elizabeth Landman, born 25 Jul 1757 in Sunbury, Pennsylvania (Northumberland County); died 10 Sep 1824 in Washington Twp., Pickaway Co., OH. Notes for Andrew Leist: Elizabeth and her husband Andrew Leist had 13 children. They moved to Pickaway County, Ohio in 1807. Their family all immigrated within a couple years of each other. They had several sons who were well known thoughout the community for their outstanding masonry skills. Andrew fought in the American Revolutionary War from Northumberland County.

More About Andrew Leist: Burial: Old Zion Cem., Washington Twp., Pickaway Co., OH Notes for Elizabeth Landman: she was baptized by a Lutheran Pastor (Rev. Heinrich Muhlenberg who established Lutheranism in PA and NJ) in New Jersey More About Elizabeth Landman: Burial: Old Zion Cem., Washington Twp., Pickaway Co., OH Child of Andrew Leist and Elizabeth Landman is:

360 i. David Leist, born 16 Aug 1777 in Northumberland Co., PA; died 29 Jan 1840 in Washington Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; married Catherine Stimely Stimling Bet. 1790 - 1800.

760. William Rule, born 1743 in Holland; died 1782 in PA. He married 761. Miss Fredericks.

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761. Miss Fredericks Notes for William Rule: According to Rule geneology, the Rule family descends form a Jesuit monk who fell from grace, married, and had 13 children. Origin of the Name Rule According to a legend embodied in later medieval chronicles, SAINT Rule or SAINT REGULUS, a Greek monk, was in the year 345 warned in a vision that the Emperor Constantine intended to remove the holy relics of the Apostle Andrew from Patras, Greece where they were preserved, to Constantinople, the then capital of the Eastern Roman Empire, He acted upon the Devine revelation, and accordingly, it is related, went to the shrine wherein. They were kept and took thereof the arm bone, three fingers of the right hand, a tooth, and one of the Apostle's knee-caps and set out with there to a region towards the west, situate in the utmost part of the world. After a perilous voyage with a company of devout men and women he made landfall on the coast near the present town of St Andrews, where he is supposed to have erected a church in commemoration and thanksgiving for their merciful survival. What basis of truth there may be in this legend it is impossible to say. He was later reinstated, changed his name from Regulus to Rule and carried St. Andrew's bones to Scotland. William Rule served in the revolutionary war, died young from wounds, and left only one child. Child of William Rule and Miss Fredericks is:

380 i. John Albert Rule, born 1765 in PA; died in Ohio; married Elizabeth Thorn Bef. 1788 in PA.

Generation No. 11 1032. Evan Davies, born in Wales. Child of Evan Davies is:

516 i. Evan Davies, born 1729 in Philadelphia, , Pennsylvania; died Abt. 1758; married Mary Emory Williams 1755.

1040. John Hough, born 18 Jul 1693 in Bucks Co., Pa.. He was the son of 2080. Richard Hough and 2081. Margery Clowes. He married 1041. Elizabeth Taylor 11 Nov 1718 in Falls MM, Bucks Co., Pa.. 1041. Elizabeth Taylor, born Abt. 1695 in Oxford, Phila Co., Pa.. She was the daughter of 2082. Philip Taylor and 2083. Julianna Lyddon. Notes for John Hough: John inherited his father's [Richard] upper tract adjoining theManor of Highlands and included in Upper Makefield in 1737. Itcomprised 359 acres. It is not known how he disposed of it,and he left no will, and none of his children are known to haveresided on it in later years. it is probable that he conveyedpart of it to the Taylors, his wife's brothers. History ofBucks Co. John was a justice of the Bucks County courts forseveral years and his death is said to have occurred whilefilling this position some time after 1733. ibid John Hough,b. 18th Sept. 1693; inherited his father's upper plantation onRiver Delaware, about 350 acres, which he called "Houghton" ;Justice of the Bucks Co. Court; m. 1718-19 Elizabeth Taylor,dau. of Phillip Taylor of Oxford township, Philadelphia Co.,and Julianna, his wife. Colonial Families of the United Statesp. 372

More About John Hough: Record Change: 17 Mar 2000 Notes for Elizabeth Taylor: Elizabeth Taylor was the daughter of Phillip and JuliannaTaylor. After the death of Phillip, his land at

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Tacony,Philadelphia County, was sold by his children, most of themremoving to Bucks County, where the family had long beenwealthy and influential. The Pennsylvania Magazine Vol. 22 pg34 [p taylor back.ged]

More About Elizabeth Taylor: Record Change: 10 Dec 1999 Children of John Hough and Elizabeth Taylor are:

520 i. ii. William Hough, Sr., born 11 Jan 1727/28 in Bucks Co. , Pa.; died 08 Sep 1794 in Loudoun Co., Va; married Sarah Blaker 06 Aug 1749 in Bucks Co., Pa.. John Hough, born 03 Jan 1719/20. Notes for John Hough: John, eldest son (of John Sr.) b. 3rd Jan 1719-20; d. 1797;removed to Loudoun Co., Va., where he held over 4000 acres, hisseat being "Corby Hall" m. 1742, Sarah Janney, dau of Josephand Rebecca (Biles) Janney and granddau. of Thomas Janney andWilliam Biles, both Provical Councillors. Colonial Families ofthe United States p. 372 Also found in The Abridged Compendiumof Am. Genealogy p 518 JOHN PLANTS THE QUAKERS IN LOUDOUNCOUNTY, VIRGINIA John Hough, Jr., was born January 3, 1720 inBucks County, Pa., the eldest son of John Hough of "Houghton"and Elizabeth Taylor, and a grandson of Richard, the emigrant.In 1742 he married Sarah Janney, daughter of Joseph and RebeccaJanney. All were members of the Quaker Religion. According tofamily tradition, in 1744 at the age of 24 he migrated to thebackwoods of Loudoun County, Virginia where he served for manyyears as a surveyor for the vast estate of Lord Fairfax. Hissurveys were much needed, for by 1750, the pressure of settlersfor grants, in these uplands, had so increased that the "LordFairfax" land office was overly crowded with applicants. In1756 Hough was employed to survey a site for the town ofLeesburg, which was aurthorized by the Virginia legislature in1759. John and Sarah Hough owned 4000 acres of land in LoudounCounty, his seat being named "Corby Hall." George Washingtonvisited the Hough plantation a number of times and mentions itshospitality in his writings. Granville Hough pg. 10

1042. Samuel Blaker, born 11 Dec 1689 in Germantown, Phila. Co., Pa.; died 1778 in Warwick, Bucks Co., Pa.. He was the son of 2084. Johnannas [blaker] Bleicker and 2085. Rebecca Bleicker. He married 1043. Sarah Catherine Smith 03 Apr 1721 in Falls MM, Bucks Co., Pa. 1043. Sarah Catherine Smith, born 20 Nov 1700 in Bucks Co. , Pa.. She was the daughter of 2086. William Smith, Jr. and 2087. Mary Croasdale. Notes for Samuel Blaker: [nn j hough back 6 b.FTW] Note: Note: As this will suggests, Jeremiah Dungan married 1st a sister ofWilliam Smith,(9) by whom he had one child Ann, married toLucas; Ann Gilliam, by 1752, had one child, a daughter namedSusannah. (10) 9. Josiah Smith, in his book William Smith of1684, pub. 1883, proves that " Sarah Smith, b. 11-26-1700 (Middleton MM rec. 1680-1780 Bucks county, Hist. Soc. Lib. )daughter of WILLIAM & MARY (CROASDALE) SMITH (Middleton MM.{Neshamnie} rec., GSP, MS BU 35 F pg. 49), married atWrightstown MM. 1721 SAMUEL BLAKER, son of John and JudithBlaker and had children: Peter, Mary, Hannah, Lydia, Sarah,Judith. Samuel Blaker, husband of Sarah died in 1778 and wasburied on his farm inWrightstown. What became of his wife and children is not knownby the writer... " These records show it was a mistake to claimthat Jeremiah Dungan's first wife and mother of his only child,a daughter, Ann Dungan, was "Sarah Smith. daughter of Williamand Mary Croasdale Smith of Wrightstown". Another valid reasonthat this "Sarah Smith" was not Jeremiah Dungan's first wife isthat if she was a friend, a member of a monthly meeting in goodstanding according to Friends' practices she would have beendisowned for "marriage out" to Jeremiah Dugan who did not joinFriends until 1735. Such disownment also would have been spreadon the minutes, but it is not in Bucks County Meeting records.Inasmuch as several William Smiths came to Pennsylvania between1682 and 1699, any one of whom might have had a sister Sarah orSusannah or son William Smith Jr or daughter Sarah or Susannah,the only outstanding fact left is, that these Smiths could nothave been Quakers much before 1752 when Jeremiah was Sarah thesister of William .

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Perhaps these Smiths joined the Baptistgroup at Cold Spring in Bucks County.. A Quaker Saga pg. 465 Notes for Sarah Catherine Smith: [nn j hough back 6 b.FTW]

Child of Samuel Blaker and Sarah Smith is:

521 i. Sarah Blaker, born 30 Dec 1728 in Bucks County, PA; married William Hough, Sr. 06 Aug 1749 in Bucks Co., Pa..

1048. Robert Finley, born 1690 in Glasgow Scotland; died 1747. He was the son of 2096. Robert Finley and 2097. Ann Saunders. He married 1049. Catherina Wilkes 1721. 1049. Catherina Wilkes More About Robert Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Catherina Wilkes: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Robert Finley and Catherina Wilkes is:

524 i. James Finley, born 31 Aug 1730 in SCOTLAND; died 1809; married Mary Patterson.

1056. John Beard Child of John Beard is:

528 i. John Beard, born 29 May 1704 in Londonderry, , Tyrone, Ireland; died 02 Apr 1795; married Deborah Pease 1731.

1058. Nathan Pease He was the son of 2116. Stephen Pease and 2117. Deborah Gardner. He married 1059. Hannah Chase. 1059. Hannah Chase, born 25 Jan 1693/94. She was the daughter of 2118. Isaac Chase and 2119. Mary Tilton. Child of Nathan Pease and Hannah Chase is:

529 i. Deborah Pease, born 07 Jul 1714; married John Beard 1731.

1072. Warner Tucker, born 1719 in Westfield, Union Co., New Jersey; died 15 Feb 1785 in Scotch Plains, New Jersey. He was the son of 2144. Warner Tucker. He married 1073. Elizabeth Lambert. 1073. Elizabeth Lambert, born 1718 in Elizabeth NJ; died 15 Feb 1785 in Scotch Plains NJ. She was the daughter of 2146. James Lambert and 2147. Elizabeth Horton. Notes for Warner Tucker: Warner Tucker lived in Westfield, New Jersey. We have no definate proof of who his father was, but evidence points to Warner Tucker (listed above). His grandfather was Charles Tucker, which is proven by a legacy left in Charles Tucker's will of one hundred acres of land on the road leading to the grist mill of Samuel Oliver (deceased). This reference is found on page 335, of Vol. 23, New Jersey Archives. Charles Tucker's will was proved, May 6, 1740. Warner Tucker died 1773, aged 54 years, which would place his birth as about 1719 and not old enough to have been the Warren Tucker who was one of the constituent members of the Westfield Presbyterian Church and so we conjecture that Warren/Warner Tucker was the father of Warner. Warner died in 1773 at the age of 54 years and is buried in the old Baptist

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Church Yard of Scotch Plains, N.J. and beside him lies his wife, Elizabeth Lambert Tucker who died in 1785, aged 67 years. These deaths are copied from headstones in the Scotch Plains Baptist Cemetery by Richard P. Greaves, Dunellen, N.J. and are also found in Records of the Baptist Cemetery, Scotch Plains, New Jersey, copied by Reignette Marsh. (Copy in the Indiana State Library)

More About Warner Tucker: Burial: Baptist Cem., Scotch Plains, New Jersey More About Elizabeth Lambert: Burial: Baptist Cem., Scotch Plains, New Jersey Child of Warner Tucker and Elizabeth Lambert is:

536 i. I. Ephraim Tucker, born Abt. 1744 in Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co., NJ; died 29 Jul 1805 in Westfield (Essex) NJ; married (1) Sarah Miller 02 Jul 1765; married (2) Rhoda V. Price 1785 in Westfield, Union, New Jersey.

1076. Nehemiah Hand, born 1700 in Cape May, Cape May Co, Nj; died 07 Dec 1776 in Elizabethtown, Essex Co, Nj. He was the son of 2152. Joseph Hand and 2153. Elizabeth Hand. He married 1077. Lydia Hand. 1077. Lydia Hand, born 1701 in Cape May, Cape May Co, Nj; died 09 Nov 1776. More About Nehemiah Hand: Burial: Rahway, Essex Co, Nj Child of Nehemiah Hand and Lydia Hand is:

538 i. Daniel Hand, born Abt. 1750 in Bernardsville, Somerset Co, Nj; died 1778 in Bernardsville, Somerset Co, Nj; married Mary Cole(s).

1078. William Cole He married 1079. Elizabeth Dennis. 1079. Elizabeth Dennis She was the daughter of 2158. John Dennis and 2159. Sarah Bloomfield. Child of William Cole and Elizabeth Dennis is:

539 i. Mary Cole(s), born Bet. 1742 - 1753 in Green Brook, Somerset Co, NJ; married Daniel Hand.

1088. John Owens He married 1089. Elinor Bryant. 1089. Elinor Bryant She was the daughter of 2179. Keziah Arroyah. Children of John Owens and Elinor Bryant are:

544 i. ii. Nathaniel Owens. Samuel Owens, died 1766; married Margaret Bryant.

1124. Thomas Henderson, born Abt. 1710 in Antrim, North Ireland; died Jul 1763 in PA. He married 1125. Eleanor Henderson. 1125. Eleanor Henderson, born Abt. 1717 in Antrim, North Ireland. More About Thomas Henderson: Burial: Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania Child of Thomas Henderson and Eleanor Henderson is:

562 i. Thomas Henderson, born 28 Aug 1744 in Augusta VA; died 03 May 1827 in Bourbon KY; married Sara Wharton 04 Feb 1772 in Augusta VA.

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1126. Henry Wharton He married 1127. Mary Wright. 1127. Mary Wright Child of Henry Wharton and Mary Wright is:

563 i. Sara Wharton, born 25 Dec 1749 in Cumberland PA; died 01 Feb 1841 in Bourbon KY; married Thomas Henderson 04 Feb 1772 in Augusta VA.

1152. Alexander Underwood, born 1688 in Baltimore, Anne Arundel, MD; died 31 Oct 1767 in Warrington, York County, PA. He was the son of 2304. Samuel Underwood and 2305. Mary Ann Wilcox. He married 1153. Jane Harry Abt. 1710 in New Castle on Delaware, PA. 1153. Jane Harry, died Bef. 25 Apr 1743 in London Grove Twp., Chester, PA. She was the daughter of 2306. Hugh Harry and 2307. Elizabeth Brinton. Notes for Alexander Underwood: Alexander Underwood was a Quaker minister of the Warrington Monthly Meeting in York County, Pennsylvania The connecting to grandson John Underwood is not documented. Alexander was a Quaker minister for twenty-two years before his death. As a minister, he twice made the long journey into North Carolina. He settled in London Grove, Chester County, PA and was appointed an Elder November 31, 1736. He removed to Warrington Township in York County in 1743, where he was also minister of the Warrington Monthly Meeting. His will, dated May 28, 1767 names sons John, Elihu, William, Samuel, Joseph, and Benjamin and daughters Ruth Morthland, Mary Wells, Ann Fraizor, and Jane Smith.

Notes for Jane Harry: In the Automated Archives disk 102, Jane's maiden name was listed as Harry. The vital statistics for Jane Harry are still not clear. The Mormon IGI files state she was born around 1692 of Anne Arundel, Maryland. (C-521) Another I.G.I source lists her from York, PA. (C-522) I chose the third I.G.I. file that was closest to the Hugh Harry, Elizabeth Brinton book but more specific, b. 1687, Chester Co., PA. (C528) The reason for all of these birthplaces can be guessed at. The book "Charity Wright Cook, a Liberated Women" states that the Underwood, Cook and Wright families all moved often between monthly meetings in the Chester Co., PA area. All the above guesses which is what I think they are, are simply places her family all lived. Jane Harry Underwood was a witness at multiple marriages in the New Garden MM region of Chester Co., PA, She witnessed the marriage of William Brown and Susanna Churchman of Nottingham MM in Chester Co., PA on February 11, 1728. She and her husband witnessed the marriage of their son, Samuel Underwood to Ann Trevilla on March 10, 1738 at Londongrove. They attended the marriage of William Ails and their daughter, Elizabeth Underwood on August 18, 1738 in Londongrove. They witnessed the marriage of John Hutton and Ann Harry, d. of Evan Harry, Descd. on March 6, 1741 in Londongrove. The last wedding Jane witnessed was that of her son William to Ruth L. Bails of Londongrove on January 2, 1742/1743. Alexander and several of their children also witnessed the event. Alexander also attended several marriages without his wife.

Child of Alexander Underwood and Jane Harry is:

576 i. Elihu Underwood, born Abt. 1730 in Warrington, Bucks County, PA; died 1801 in Warrington, York County, PA,; married Margaret Marsh Warrington 30 Dec 1756 in York County, PA.

1168. Warrener Ford, born Abt. 1720 in Westmoreland, Virginia. He was the son of 2336. Garrard Ford and 2337. Elizabeth. He married 1169. Frances Seaton 24 Jul 1740 in St. Paul's Parish, Stafford/King George, Virginia. 1169. Frances Seaton, born 1720 in Stafford, Virginia. She was the daughter of 2338. James Seaton and 2339. Frances Seaton.

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Child of Warrener Ford and Frances Seaton is:

584 i. Warner Ford, born Abt. 1750 in Stafford,Virginia; died Abt. 1835 in Port Royal,Henry,Kentucky; married Cynthia Mellon Abt. 1771 in Overwharton Parish,Stafford,Virginia.

1176. Gershom Lee, born 1735 in Hunterdon NJ; died 1821 in Port William (now Carrollton) Gallatin, Ky. He was the son of 2352. Gershom Lee and 2353. Mary Drake. He married 1177. Rebecca Hunt 1757 in Maidenhead, , Nj. 1177. Rebecca Hunt, born 1744 in NJ; died 1798 in Gallatin Co, KY. Notes for Gershom Lee: Gershom Lee was a revolutionary war veteran Gershom Lee and Rebecca Hunt who came to Gallatin County with his parents after the Revolutionary War when Gershom Lee took his land bounty in Gallatin County.

Child of Gershom Lee and Rebecca Hunt is:

588 i. John Lee, born 20 Jul 1760 in Flemington, Hunterdon, New Jersey; died 17 Sep 1837 in Indiana; married (1) Margaret Thomas; married (2) Margaret Lowery 15 Mar 1780 in Morris, New Jersey.

1178. Thomas Lowery, born Abt. 1736 in Morris CO NJ. He married 1179. Margaret Johnson. 1179. Margaret Johnson, born Abt. 1740 in Morris CO NJ. Child of Thomas Lowery and Margaret Johnson is:

589 i. Margaret Lowery, born 1762 in Morris CO NJ; married John Lee 15 Mar 1780 in Morris, New Jersey.

1200. Johannes Etter, born 08 Nov 1685 in Oberried, , Freiburg, Switzerland; died Aft. 1745 in PA. He was the son of 2400. Heinrich Etter and 2401. Elsbeth Steinmann. He married 1201. Anna Marie Siegrist in Riggisberg, Kanton Bern , Switzerland. 1201. Anna Marie Siegrist, born Abt. 1694 in Aargua Switzerland; died 03 Jun 1694 in Aargau, Switzerland. She was the daughter of 2402. Ulrich Siegrist and 2403. Elizabeth Sager. Notes for Johannes Etter: was innkeeper in Fribourg, Switzerland Was on the Passenger List of the ship Billander Oliver Aug. 26, 1735. One of Switzers over age 16, late inhabitants of the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland, imported in the ship Billander Oliver, Samuel Merchant, Master, from South Carolina. - Eighteen men, eighteen women, six boys and three girls - in all 45. The ship's journey: Rotterdam to Cowes to Charles Town (SC) to Philadelphia. Master Samuel Merchant replaced Robert Robinson (killed by sharks) for continued journey from SC to Philadelphia. Child of Johannes Etter and Anna Siegrist is:

600 i. Gerhart Etter, born in Riggisberg, Kanton Bern , Switzerland; died 17 Feb 1783 in Palmyra, , Lancaster, Pennsylvania; married Catharina Banga Abt. 1742 in Lancaster PA.

1202. Hans Jacob Banga, born 1690 in Munchenstein, , Basel, Switzerland/Munchenstein, Switzerland; died 1750 in Munchenstein, , Basel, Switzerland. He was the son of 2404. Jacob Banga and 2405. Maria Seilerin. He married 1203. Anna Catherina Kappen. 1203. Anna Catherina Kappen, born 1694 in Basel, Switzerland; died 1740. She was the daughter of 2406. Mathis Capp and 2407. Anna Margaret Massmunster. Child of Hans Banga and Anna Kappen is:

601 i. Catharina Banga, born 26 Oct 1717 in Munchenstein, , Basel, Switzerland/Munchenstein, Switzerland; died 20 Apr 1788 in Palmyra, , Lancaster, Pennsylvania; married Gerhart Etter Abt. 1742 in Lancaster

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1208. Johan Michael Lindamood, born Abt. 1715 in Germany; died Abt. 1785 in Berks Co, PA. He was the son of 2416. Johannas Georg Lindamuth and 2417. Barbara Keller. He married 1209. Maria Margaretha Wolf. 1209. Maria Margaretha Wolf Notes for Johan Michael Lindamood: From Web Posting There was a John Michael Lindermuth who came from Germany. He had a several brothers who relocated from Germany. There is a diary that I remember reading of John Michael Lindermuth. He apparently fought in the revolutionary war and was with George Washington at Valley Forge if memory serves correctly. He had a number of children, several of whom may have been named John Michael. There is also if I remember correctly a statue of John (Johann) Lindermuth (Lindenmuth?) someplace in PA I just purchased a copy of Journal of John Michael Lindemuth from Picton Press, P. O. 250, Rockport, ME 048560250. The cost including postage was $23.50.

Child of Johan Lindamood and Maria Wolf is:

604 i. George Lindamood, born Abt. 1736 in Shendoah VA; died Jul 1770 in Shendoah VA; married Mary Kelchner.

1346. Samual Mills He was the son of 2692. Samual Mills. Notes for Samual Mills: [Our Young Family in America] Samual and brother Timothy moved from Long Island to Morris Co NJ in 1740 Child of Samual Mills is:

673 i. Elizabeth Mills, born 1720 in Long Island, , New York; died 24 Sep 1791 in Mendham, Morris, New Jersey; married Morgan Sr. Young 25 May 1741 in Mendham, Morris, New Jersey.

1348. Jacobus Loyse, born 1680 in Flatbush, New York; died 1724 in Jamaica, New YorK. He was the son of 2696. Cornelius Janszen Loyse and 2697. Gaertje Colfs. He married 1349. Elizabeth Loyse 1708 in Flatbush, New York. 1349. Elizabeth Loyse, born 1684 in Bushwick, NY; died in Jamaica, NY. Child of Jacobus Loyse and Elizabeth Loyse is:

674 i. John Losey, born 06 Oct 1700 in Jamaica, New York; died 1765 in Menham, New Jersey; married Jannetje Willems Brouwer.

1350. Wilhelmus Brouwer, born 05 Mar 1650/51 in New Amsterdam. He was the son of 2700. Adam Pieterse Brouwer Berchoven and 2701. Magdalena Jacobs Verdon. He married 1351. Martha Boulton. 1351. Martha Boulton Notes for Wilhelmus Brouwer: William Adams BROUWER was born on 5 Mar 1651 in New Amsterdam. (374) He was the son of Adam Berkhoven and Magdelena Jacobs Brouwer. He was baptized on March 5, 1651 at the Dutch Reformed Church, New York, New York, USA, and this date is used in this record as his birthdate. He was apparently married three times, but the full name of one of his spouses is not known More About Wilhelmus Brouwer:

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Fact 1: 05 Mar 1650/51, Christened: Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, NY Child of Wilhelmus Brouwer and Martha Boulton is:

675 i. Jannetje Willems Brouwer, born Abt. Jan 1701/02 in Brooklyn, NY; died in Menhan, NJ; married John Losey.

1354. Nathanial Mitchell, born 20 Jul 1728; died 08 Sep 1773. He was the son of 2708. Jacob Mitchell and 2709. Hannah Hallstead. He married 1355. Abigail (Conkling) Harris 30 Aug 1752 in St. John's Ch., Elizabeth, Union, Nj. 1355. Abigail (Conkling) Harris, born 28 Mar 1731; died 21 Mar 1822. She was the daughter of 2710. James Harris and 2711. unk Boleyn. Notes for Nathanial Mitchell: TBD [Young Family in America states Hannah Youngs father was James Yoiung em from Scotland 1683 to NJ Nathaniels aunt Elizabeth (m Jonathan ALLEN (his second wife) in Elizabeth Town NJ) and her husband became guardians for Nathaniel when he was orphaned at the age of 14. Notes for Abigail (Conkling) Harris: Abigail Harris (widow of Stephen Conckling), after the death of Nathaniel, apparently in New Jersey, moved with her daughter Hannah and her husband John Young in 1787, to the Pigeon Creek area, near present day Bentleyville, Pa. They followed two brothers of Abigail Harris who were already living there. One of the brothers was George Harris who married Hannah Tunis. The other siblings of Abigail Harris were Thomas; Stephen Thomas who married Phoebe Harrison; Eliza who married Nathaniel Mitchell and John who married Sarah Burris. More About Abigail (Conkling) Harris: Name 2: Abigail Harris Burial: Knox Co, Oh Children of Nathanial Mitchell and Abigail Harris are:

677 i. ii. iii. iv. v. Hannah Mitchell, born 26 Aug 1753 in NH; died 21 Sep 1828 in Fredericktown, Knox, Ohio; married John Young 30 Nov 1768. Elizabeth Mitchell Abigail Mitchell John Mitchell William Mitchell, married Phebe Southard. Notes for William Mitchell: threee of williams children married three of john young's grandchildren per Young Family in America

1356. Edward Lewis, born 08 Aug 1722 in Somerset NJ; died 22 Jun 1792 in Basking Ridge, Somerset NJ. He was the son of 2712. Samual Lewis and 2713. Susannah Jones. He married 1357. Sarah Morris 30 May 1745 in Woodbridge NJ. 1357. Sarah Morris, born 1722 in NJ. She was the daughter of 2714. John Morris and 2715. Mary FitzRandolph. Child of Edward Lewis and Sarah Morris is:

678 i. James Lewis, born 1747 in NJ; died 1819; married Abigail Douglass Abt. 1770 in NJ.

1360. Israel Young, born Bet. 1680 - 1690 in Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts; died 25 Oct 1760. He was the son of 2720. John Young and 2721. Sarah Wadleigh. He married 1361. Martha Beadle 21 Jan 1724/25 in Amesbury Mass.

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1361. Martha Beadle, born 10 Oct 1703 in Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 2722. Robert Beadle and 2723. Anna Carr. Notes for Israel Young: Israel has a pew in the church at Salem NH for which he paid 23 pounds sterling Headstone in Cape Cod cemetary reads: Here lyes Buried the Body of Mr ISRAEL YOUNG of Eastham Who departed this Life Octo'r 25th 1760 in ye 75th(?) Year of his Age More About Israel Young: Burial: Weelfleet Cemetary Cape Cod MA Child of Israel Young and Martha Beadle is:

680 i. Israel Young, born Bet. 22 Dec 1728 - 01 Sep 1731 in Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts; died in Manchester NH; married (1) Maria Young; married (2) Elizabeth Clark Abt. 1754 in NH; married (3) Mary Harris 1777.

1362. Edward Clark, born 15 Jan 1715/16 in Haverhill, , Ma; died in Salem NH. He was the son of 2724. Edward Clark and 2725. Sarah Stevens. He married 1363. Ruth Kelly 29 Jul 1736 in Methuen,Essex,Massachusetts. 1363. Ruth Kelly, born 18 Aug 1716 in Newbury,Essex,Massachusetts; died 18 Jun 1750. She was the daughter of 2726. Abiel Kelly and 2727. Rebecca Davis. Child of Edward Clark and Ruth Kelly is:

681 i. Elizabeth Clark, born 15 Jan 1735/36 in Methuen Mass; died 18 Jun 1759; married Israel Young Abt. 1754 in NH.

1408. Isaac Jennings, born 1662; died 1758. He was the son of 2816. Henry Jennings and 2817. Sarah Jennings. He married 1409. Judith Marden Bates 1709. 1409. Judith Marden Bates, born 1668; died 1752. Child of Isaac Jennings and Judith Bates is:

704 i. Jacob Jennings, married Mary Smith 1761.

1410. Issac Smith Child of Issac Smith is:

705 i. Mary Smith, married Jacob Jennings 1761.

1412. Ebenezer Hopkins, born 21 Jun 1718 in London; died 08 Nov 1757. He was the son of 2824. Benjamin Hopkins and 2825. Sarah Haddon. He married 1413. Sarah Lord. 1413. Sarah Lord Child of Ebenezer Hopkins and Sarah Lord is:

706 i. Ebenezer Hopkins, born 26 Aug 1745 in Glouster NJ; died 13 Jun 1781; married Ann Albertson 22 Nov 1764 in Haddonfield Cloucester/Camden NJ.

1414. Josiah Albertson He married 1415. Ann Austin 08 Sep 1727 in Haddonfield, Camden, New Jersey.

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1415. Ann Austin, born 03 Apr 1703 in Evesboro, Burlington, N.j.. She was the daughter of 2830. Francis Austin and 2831. Mary Barton. Child of Josiah Albertson and Ann Austin is:

707 i. Ann Albertson, born 21 Aug 1745 in Haddonfield Cloucester NJ; died Aft. 1781 in NJ; married Ebenezer Hopkins 22 Nov 1764 in Haddonfield Cloucester/Camden NJ.

1416. John Blackford, born 1682; died Bet. 1748 - 1749. He was the son of 2832. Samuel Blackford and 2833. Hannah Smalley. He married 1417. Ruth Sutton Abt. 1711. 1417. Ruth Sutton, born Abt. 1687 in NJ. Child of John Blackford and Ruth Sutton is:

708 i. Nathaniel Blackford, born 1714; died 1764; married Mary Daniels 20 Aug 1759 in Scotch Plains Bapt. Church, Scotch Plains, NJ.

1418. Ebenezer Daniels Child of Ebenezer Daniels is:

709 i. Mary Daniels, married Nathaniel Blackford 20 Aug 1759 in Scotch Plains Bapt. Church, Scotch Plains, NJ.

1440. David Leist, born Bet. 1716 - 1730 in Germany?; died Bef. 1790 in Northumberland Co., PA. He was the son of 2880. David Leist. Child of David Leist is:

720 i. Andrew Leist, born 30 Nov 1755 in New Garmontown, [now Oldwick] Hunterdon Co., NJ; died 11 Nov 1821 in Washington Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; married Elizabeth Landman 10 Nov 1776 in probably in Northumberland Co., PA.

Generation No. 12 2080. Richard Hough, born Abt. 1660 in England; died 25 Mar 1705 in Delaware River, Pa.. He married 2081. Margery Clowes 31 Mar 1684 in Falls MM, Bucks Co., Pa.. 2081. Margery Clowes, born Abt. 1662 in England; died 30 Nov 1720 in Bucks Co., Pa.. She was the daughter of 4162. John Clowes and 4163. Margery Clowes. Notes for Richard Hough: Richard Hough, of Macclesfield, in the County of Chester,chapman. Arrived in DelawareRiver in the "Endeavor ofLondon" 29th, 7th month, 1683. Servants, Francis Hough, toserve 2 years. Residents of Bucks Co. Pa. 16771687.========================================================================== ===== Of Richard Hough's birth, parentage, and earlylife we know, at present, very little. Before coming toPennsylvania he lived in Macclesfield, in the county ofChester, England, and it is said that the remains of severalpreceding generations of his family lie in All Hallows [now St.Michael's] Church in that town. The name of Hough isindigenous to Cheshire, and in the seventeenth century severalfamilies bearing it were living in Macclesfield Hundred. Hisonly relative of the name whom we know anything is his brother,John Hough, of Macclesfield, who in 1691,brought of WilliamPenn three hundred and seventy-five acres of land inPennsylvania, "toward the Susquehanna river clear of Indianincumbrance," and in 1694 conveyed three-fifths of it toRichard, who was then in Pennsylvania. Richard Hough married,First month 17, 1683/4, Margery Clows, daughter of John Clows [a large landholder in Bucks Co., and member of the Assembly] anMargery, his wife. This was the first marriage under thecontrol of the Falls Meeting. The Pennsylvania Magazine Vol22 1894 written by Oliver Hough ========================================================================== ===== Richard Hough took an active part in all theaffairs of the county, political, social and religious.He was member of

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Falls Meeting of Friends and his character andattainments gave him an important place in its proceedings.Prior to the erection of the Falls Meeting House, theBucks Quarterly Meeting as well as meetings for worship werefrequently held at his house. Richard Hough began early toengage in public affairs, and represented Bucks County in theProvincial Assembly in 1684, 1688, 1690, 1697, 1700, 1703, and1704-5; and member of Provincial Council, 1693 and 1700. He wasone of the commission to divide the county into township in1692; was one of the justices of the county count andappointed in 1700, by William Penn, a "Court of Inquiry" toinvestigate the affairs of the province. Richard Houghwas drowned in the Delaware March 25, 1705, while on his way toPhiladelphia from his home in Bucks County. William Penn in aletter to James Logan, 7th month, 14, 1705, replying to one ofLogan reporting the death of Hough says: "I lament the loss ofhonest Richard Hough. Such men must needs be wanted whereselfishness and forgetfulness of God's mercies are concerned."History of Bucks Co.========================================================================== ===== The Houghs were an ancient family of Cheshire,England. They seem to have taken their name from either thedistrict in Bollin Fee township or to have given their name tothe locality. Among the names of knights, gentlemen andfreeholders in Cheshire occur the following: John Hough, ofPexhull, in 1445, and Sir Richard Hough, in 1538. Sir RogerHough, priest of Chorley, was buried in May, 1587. In the year1683 at least five persons named Hough came from Cheshire,England, to Bucks County, Pennsylvania. They weredoubtless related to each other, but in what way is not clear.Genealogical and Personal History of Allegheny Valley, Pa. Richard Hough, first ancestor in this country ofthe branch of the family herein considered, ofMacclesfield, Cheshire, England, received from William Penn agrant of land in the province of Pennsylvania. He came toAmerica, as appears from an entry in a partial list of familieswho resided in Bucvks county, Pennsylvania, prior to1687, with the dates of their arrival. He arrived on the"Endeavor" and settled in Makefield township, where his fivehundred acres of land were laid out. His brother John was alsogranted three hundred and seventy-five acres of land inaddition by the proprietary. This grant heassigned to his brother, Richard, in 1701, for the use ofRichard's children. ibid========================================================================== ===== The family homestead was built of stone, and hadits front on the Delaware River. On this place six generationsof the eldest branch of the family,, part of it havingremained in their possession until 1850, when they moved toEwing township, Mercer county, New Jersey. ibid

Richard Hough, of the city of Macclesfield,Co.,Chester, England, a member of Society of Friends, arrived inthe Province od Pennsylvania in the ship "Endeavor," of London,on 29th Sept., 1783, and seated himself in Bucks Co., where hebecame seized of over 2500 acres ofland; he built a stone mansion on his principal plantation ofabout 500 acres on the Delaware River, below the presentborough of Yardley. member ofProvincial Council of Pennsylvania, 1693 and 1700; Assembly1684, 1688, 1690, 1697, 1699, 1700, 1703 and 1704; Justice ofthe Bucks Co. Court. Was drowned in theDelaware River 25th Mar. 1705. m. 17th Mar. 1683-4, MargeryClows, d. 30th Jan. 1719-20, dau. of John Clows from parish ofGawsworth, hundred of Macclesfield, Co., Chester, England, whocame also in the above ship, member ofPennsylvania Assembly, 1683 and 1684 and Margery, his wife.They were members of the Society of Friends. Colonial Familiesof the United States p. Richard Hough, Provincial Councillor from BucksCounty, for many years one of the most prominent figures in theProvincial Assembly, as well as in all of the affairs of theProvince and Bucks county, justice of the county court, etc.,was a native of Macclesfield in the county of Chester, England,and came to Pennsylvania in the "Endeavor" of London, arrivingin the Delaware river 7th mo. 29 1683, bringing with him fourservants or dependents - Francis Hough, (probably a youngerbrother or nephew), Thomas Wood (orWoodhouse) and Mary his wife, and James Sutton. Hesettled at once in Bucks county on land doubtless previouslypurchased, though patented later. Again on ye 5th of 3rd mo1703 . . . John Siddon's accident report . . . of breaking hisleg . . . Friends recloning themselfes to take some care dothappoint Wm Biles, Richard Hough, Joseph Kirkbride, Thos.Wattson and Sam'l Darke to treat with ye Doctor abt him and giveaccount at ye next meeting. . . " A Quaker Saga Pg. 161========================================================================== ===== Makefield is the first township named in thereport of the jury that subdivided the county, 1692. We giveit the

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second place in our work because Fallsa in jstlyentitled to the first. It was the uppermost of the four rivertownships, and not only embraced what iis now Lower Makefield,but extended to the uttermost bounds of civilization. Allbeyond was then an "undiscovered country," whose exploration andsettlement was left to adventurous pioneers. Lower Makefield isbounded on the land side, by Falls, Newtown and UpperMakefield, and has a frontage of five miles on the Delaware.There has been some discussion as to the orgin of the name"Makefield," which the jury gave to this township, and which itbore until Upper Makefield was organized many years afterward.There is no name like it in England of town, parish, orhundred. When John Fothergill, minister among Friends, London,visited tghe township, 1721, he wrote the name "Macclesfield"in his journal. It is just possible the Makefield is acorruption of Macclesfield, or that the latter was pronouncedMakefield by the early English settlers, and the spelling madeto accord with the pronunciation. In the will of HenryMarjorum, an early settler, the name of the town is written"Maxfield," but one removed from Macclesfield. But all of thisis mere conjecture, in the face of the that the jury, whichlaid off the township, spelled the word, plain enough,Makefield. In the manscript book of arrivals, library HistoricalSociety of Pennsylvania, Macclesfield is written "Maxfield,"and all historians of Cheshire state this fact. Tysons says:"The chapelry of Macclesfield" is frequently called in ancientrecords "Maxfield." Richard Hough came from "Maxfield" andbeing one of the principal men appointed to lay out thetowqnship, it is possible it was called Maxfield orMacclesfield, out of deference to hin. A Quaker Saga pg. 81 ========================================================================== ===== He was a leading member in the Falls meeting,and before the meeting house was built, 1690, his house was oneof the meeting places of the Bucks quartly meeting. Notes forRichard Hough: Genealogical and Personal Memorial of MercerCounty, New Jersey under the editorial supervision of FrancisBazley Lee, Page 646-647: Davis in his "History of BucksCounty," says that Richard Hough and Henry Baker took up landalong the creek now known as Hough's Creek, and that it wasfirst called Baker's Creek, then Musgrave's and finally Hough'sCreek. after Richard Hough. The lower tract of land owned byRichard Hough extended inland about three miles and was aboutone-quarter of a mile broad. When the official division wasmade in 1692 the line between Makefield and Falls was run aboutone mile farther down the river where Morrisville is at thepresent time. Here, near a spring of water, Richard Hough builta stone house, one of the few early ones in the county, onlythe most pretentious being built of that material. The stone,no doubt, came from his own land. James Logan wrote to PhineasPemberton, about 1700, that William Penn had ordered amemorandum to be entered in the land office "that ye greatquarry in Richard Hough's and Abel Janney's lands be reservedwhen they come to be confirmed, being for ye public good of thecounty." In this house six generations of the linealdescendants of Richard Hough were born, part of the landremaining in their possession until 1850, when they removed toEwing township, Mercer county, New Jersey. He belonged to theFalls Meeting of the Society of Friends, and in this house thefirst meetings of the society were held until the building ofthe Falls Meeting House in 1690, the first in the county. TheBucks County Ouarterly Meeting continued to be held there andin the houses of William Biles and Nicholas Waln and othersuntil 1606. When William Penn lived at Pennsbury he attendedFalls Meeting, and its minutes have, under date eighth month 1,1701, "The Governor being present, a member of this meetingacquainted us of his intention to depart for England in ashort time. It was therefore agreed that Phineas Pemberton.Joseph Kirkbride, Richard Hough and Samuel Dark draw up acertificate concerning him to be in readiness against this dayweek." Richard Hough took an active part in all the affairs ofthe early days of the county, political, social and religious.He was one of the commission or jury that made the firstofficial division of Bucks county. For many years he took aprominent part in the government of the province. Herepresented Bucks county in the Provincial assembly in 1684,1688, 1690, 1697, 1700 (new assembly elected in October, 1703,and 1704; was a member of the Provincial council in 1693 and1700. He held no office under Governor Fletcher's regime,although from a paper dated March 14, 1693-94, certifying tothe election of assemblymen from Bucks county, he appears tohave had something to do with the conduct of the election forthat year. His next appearance in the assembly was in 1697, andwhen Governor Fletcher, of New York, preferred a request formoney, the matter was referred to a joint committee of bothbranches of the legislature, of which Richard Hough was amember from the assembly, and the report was adverse to thedemand of the governor. During the meeting of the generalassembly of 1699, Richard Hough was appointed, May 15, one of acommittee "to inspect into the Account of Charges which haveaccrued upon occasion of the Privateers plundering the town ofLewes;" during a second session devoted to the considerationof the same subject, Mr. Hough took an active part, and morestringent laws were passed against piracy and illegal trade. Hewas one of the few supporters of the proprietary in theassembly of 1704, and continued to be a member of the supremeexecutive council of William Penn or a member of the assemblyuntil his death, March 25, 1705, he

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having been drowned in theDelaware while on his way to meet the members of the assembly atNew Castle. He was a man of a high order of intelligence andintegrity, as is abundantly attested by his associates, amongwhom William Penn, in a letter to a friend at the time of hisdeath, says: "The loss of our dear friend, honest RichardHough, is well-nigh irreparable." James Logan wrote to Penn,Philadelphia, Second month 5, 1705, "I know not what theadvancing season, that stirs up humors as certainly in men asin vegetables, may produce, but this past winter we have, as Isaid in my last, been very quiet, tho' I expect but little goodfrom the present representatives till another election,--thehonest being so much out-voted by the men of deep designs orshallow sense, the others' properties. Richard Hough, one ofthe best in the house, was about three weeks ago, unfortunatelyoverset in a wherry, coming down the river, and, with two otherpersons, lost his life; the rest were saved. He is muchlamented by all that knew him, and understand the value of agood man." William Penn wrote in reply, London, Seventh month14, 1705, "I lament the loss of honest Richard Hough. Such menmust needs be wanted where selfishness and forgetfulness ofGod's mercies so much abound." A number of other lettersreferring to the beneficial influence Richard Hough had exertedin the community passed between Logan and Penn. He was alsoone of the justices for Bucks county, and in 1700 was appointedone of a "Court of Inquiry," to investigate the state ofaffairs in his province. By his will, dated May 1, 1704, hedisposed of his property, comprising more than two thousandacres of land in Bucks county, in the following manner:One-half the plantation on which he lived, together with thestone house and out-buildings, to his wife Margery, during herlife; the other half to his eldest son, Richard, when he reachedthe age of twenty-one years; after his wife's death, the wholeplantation, consisting of four hundred and odd acres, to go tohis son Richard. To his second son, John, he left his land"lying betwixt Samuel Baker's and Governor Penn's Manor ofHighlands, which is about three hundred and fifty acres." Tohis youngest son, Joseph, his land "lying at Neshamine Creekbetwixt Randal Blackshaw's and John Gray's, which is about fivehundred and seventy odd acres." His daughters, Mary and Sarah,were given their portions in money. His land next to JohnPalmer's, about two hundred and seventy odd acres, and his landin Buckingham, adjoining Daniel Jackson's, four hundred andseventy-five acres, to be sold. He made his wife Margery andson Richard residuary legatees, and appointed them, with his"friend and brother," William Biles, the executors. Thewitnesses were Jacob and Abel Janney. Richard Hough married,First month 17, 1683-84, Margery Clows, died 11, 30, 1720,daughter of John and Margery Clows. This was the first marriageunder the control of the Falls Meeting. The minutes of theMonthly Meeting have the following concerning it: "Richard Houghand Margaret Clows, have again appeared in the meeting and dodesire the meeting's consent to take each other in marriage.And Friends ordered to make inquiry do say that they findnothing, but they are both clear; therefore the meeting dothleave them at liberty to proceed in marriage; and doth orderThomas Janney and William Yardley to see the same orderly doneand performed." The marriage certificate was signed bytwenty-three persons. Richard and Margery (Clows) Hough hadchildren: 1. Mary, born Sixth month 1, 1685, died November 11,1720. She married, April 6, 1704, William Atkinson, of Bristol.He was the son of Thomas Atkinson, a minister of the Society ofFriends, and with his wife and three sons came to Pennsylvaniain 1682, from Newby, in Yorkshire, England. He settled inNorthampton township, Bucks county, and his sons--William andIsaac--went to live in Bristol, where the former became acommon councilman of the town; served several terms as coronerof Bucks county; was county commissioner and collector ofexcise; and an elder of the Falls Meeting. 2. Sarah, bornFourth month 7, 1690. She married (first), Fourth month23, 1708, Isaac Atkinson, brother of William, mentioned above;(second) Leonard Shallcross, who appears to have been marriedbefore, but the name of his first wife is not known. 3.Richard, married (first) 1711-12, Hester Brown; (second),Seventh month 27, 1717, Deborah Gumley, of Philadelphia,probably the widow of John Gumley, of Philadelphia, letters ofadministration on whose estate were granted February 22, 1714,to his widow, Deborah Gumley. 4. John, born Seventh month 18,1693, married, 1718, Elizabeth Taylor, daughter of Philip andJuliana Taylor. After the death of Philip Taylor his land atTacony, Philadelphia county, was sold by his children, most ofthem removing to Bucks county, where the family has long beenwealthy and influential. The branch descended from BenjaminTaylor, brother of Elizabeth (Taylor) Hough; they were largelandholders in Makefield, and gave the name to Taylorsville.5. Joseph, born Eighth month 17, 1695, died May 10, 1773.Married Elizabeth West. Children of Richard Hough and MargeryClows are: 206i. John Hough, born 7/18/1693 in Bucks, PA; diedAft. 1733 in Bucks, PA; married Elizabeth Taylor 1/04/1717-18in Bucks, PA. ii. Richard Hough, born 1691. Jeffers,Kester, and Stephens Homepage Amie Lynn Lawrence , MI UnitedStates Deed: Samuel Burges to Thomas Janney, WilliamBiles, Richard Hough, & Joshua Hoopes, 1690: Bucks CountyFile contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Robert [email protected] USGENWEB NOTICE: In keeping with our policy ofproviding free information on the Internet, data may be freelyused by non103

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commercial entities, as long as this message remainson all copied material.These electronic pages may NOT bereproduced in any format for profit or presentation by otherorganizations. BUCKS CO., PA, DEED BOOK A1, PP. 316-7. Deed:Samuel Burges to Thomas Janney, William Biles, Richard Hough,and Joshua Hoopes, 1690 To all People before whom thesepresents shall come Know Ye that Samuel Burges of the County ofBucks and Province of Pennsylvania husbandman for theconsideration of six shillings current money of the Provinceaforesaid to him in hand paid by Thomas Janney, William BilesRichard Hough and Joshua Hoopes all of the aforesaid County andProvince Yeoman the receipt whereof the said Samuel Burges dothhereby acknowledge and himself therewith fully satisfiedcontented and paid hath given granted aliened bargained soldenfeoffed and confirmed and by these presents doth absolutelygive grant bargain sell enfeoff and confirm unto the said ThomasJanney William Biles Richard Hough and Joshua Hoopes their heirsand assigns a certain piece or parcel of land Situate lying andbeing in the County of Bucks aforesaid Beginning at a cornermarked black oak standing by the road side that leads from theFalls of Delaware towards Southampton from thence South and byEast along the said road side thirty two perches thence East andby North thirty perches thence North and by West thirty twoperches thence West and by South thirty perches to the firstmentioned corner tree being the place of Beginning Containingand laid out for six acres of land. Being part of a tract ofland granted and confirmed to the aforesaid Samuel Burges hisheirs and assigns by a Deed from John Rowland and Thomas Rowlandboth of the aforesaid County Yeoman bearing date the first dayof the tenth month 1685 and recorded in the Rolls office thetenth day of the twelfth Month of the said year in Book A Vol. 1page 10-11 To Have and o Hold the said six acres of land andpremises with the improvements and appurtenances and every partand parcel of the same to them the said Thomas Janney WilliamBiles Richard Hough and Joshua Hoopes their heirs and assignsforever to the only use and behoof of them the said ThomasJanney William Biles Richard Hough and Joshua Hoopes their heirsand assigns forever under the yearly Quit rent of one grain ofIndian corn to the said Samuel Burges his heirs or assigns if bythem lawfully demanded And the said Samuel Burges doth covenantand grant for himself and his heirs that they the said land andpremises unto them the said Thomas Janney William Biles RichardHough and Joshua Hoopes and their heirs against the said SamuelBurges and his heirs shall and will warrant and by thesepresents forever defend. In Witness whereof the said SamuelBurges hath hereunto set his hand and seal the fourth day of thefourth month one thousand six hundred and ninety and the tenthyear of the Proprietarys GovernmentSamuel (his seal) BurgessSealed and Delivered in the presence of us Jacob Janney EnochYardley Joseph Stweard Know all men that I the within namedSamuel Burges do authorize and appoint William Yardley of theaforesaid County my attorney to deliver and acknowledge thewithin deed in open Court of the aforesaid County to the withinnamed Thomas Janney William Biles, Richard Hough and JoshuaHoopes or their attorney. In witness whereof I have hereuntoput my hand and seal the fourth day of the fourth Month 1690Samuel Burges (seal) Sealed and Delivered before the aforesaidwitnesses. (The place of the County seal) The 11th day of the4th Month 1690 the within conveyance was by William YardleyAttorney to the within named Samuel Burges acknowledged anddelivered in open Court in the County of Bucks unto the withinnamed William Biles and Joshua Hoopes for the use as thereinexpressed. Certified under my hand and seal of the County.Phinehas Pemberton Ct Com Recorded the first day of the 8thMonth 1690. Note: The name Hough comes largely from Cheshire in England. There arethousands of us here and even two villages in the same countycalled Hough. My father has researched the family name and traced it back toWilliam DeHogh who was one of William the conquerers primegenerals at the battle of Hastings in 1066. As a gift he wasgiven the area now called Cheshire. Generations of Hough's have ruled the county right up untilabout 200 years ago. In the 14th century John Hough was given anabsolute pardon. That meant he could kill, rape and pillage hisway round the county free from any chance of being arrested andin return he supplied forces to support the king (nothingchanges!) The Chester library holds much of this information. The coat of arms is a black shield with a single silver chevronand 3 silver crescents. Richard's , arrived from Hough, England(near Nantwich), at Philadelphia on "Friendship of Liverpool." The brothers (John and Richard) were a part of William Penn's colony, which was begun in 1682. Also, in 1683, a Francis Hough, a Samuel Hough, Thomas and Michael Hough--all from the vicinity of Hough, England, settled in Lower Makefield in Bucks Co., Penn.

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More About Richard Hough: Record Change: 25 Feb 2000 Notes for Margery Clowes: [nn j hough back 6 b.FTW]

More About Margery Clowes: Record Change: 10 Dec 1999 Children of Richard Hough and Margery Clowes are:

1040 i. ii. John Hough, born 18 Jul 1693 in Bucks Co., Pa; married Elizabeth Taylor 11 Nov 1718 in Falls MM, Bucks Co., Pa.. Joseph Hough, born 19 Sep 1693. Notes for Joseph Hough: He was a fifer in the War of 1812.

2082. Philip Taylor, born Abt. 1654 in Holcombe Rogus, Devonshire, England; died 30 Aug 1709 in Oxford, Phila Co., Pa.. He was the son of 4164. Gawain Taylor and 4165. Ursela Russell. He married 2083. Julianna Lyddon 15 Mar 1683/84 in Taunton, Devonshire, Eng.. 2083. Julianna Lyddon, born 21 Jul 1660 in Hemyoke, Devonshire, England. She was the daughter of 4166. William Lyddon and 4167. Elizabeth Lyddon. Notes for Philip Taylor: [nn j hough back 6 b.FTW] [p taylor back.ged]

More About Philip Taylor: Record Change: 17 Mar 2000 More About Julianna Lyddon: Record Change: 03 Mar 2000 Children of Philip Taylor and Julianna Lyddon are:

1041 i. ii. Elizabeth Taylor, born Abt. 1695 in Oxford, Phila Co., Pa; married John Hough 11 Nov 1718 in Falls MM, Bucks Co., Pa.. Peter Taylor, born Abt. 1688 in Collumption, Devonshire, England. More About Peter Taylor: Record Change: 03 Mar 2000 iii. Julianna Taylor, born Abt. 1690 in Collumption, Devonshire, England. More About Julianna Taylor: Record Change: 03 Mar 2000 iv. Sarah Taylor, born Abt. 1692 in Collumption, Devonshire, England. More About Sarah Taylor: Record Change: 17 Mar 2000 v. vi. Martha Taylor, born Abt. 1694 in Oxford, Phila Co., Pa.; died Unknown. Benjamin Taylor, born 15 Feb 1695/96 in Oxford, Phila Co., Pa.; died 19 Oct 1780 in Falls MM, Bucks Co., Pa.

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vii. Ursula Taylor, born 15 Aug 1703 in Oxford, Phila Co., Pa.; died 18 Aug 1794 in Lancaster Co., Pa. Notes for Ursula Taylor: [p taylor back.ged]

2084. Johnannas [blaker] Bleicker, born Abt. 1659 in Klefeld, Holland; died 1741 in Penn. He married 2085. Rebecca Bleicker Abt. 1683 in Klefeld, Holland. 2085. Rebecca Bleicker Notes for Johnannas [blaker] Bleicker: Johannes Bleickers, who was badly mistreated during theagitation against the Quakers in Krefeld in 1680, because afterthe Quaker fashion he would not remove his hat, bears the nameof an occupation as his surname. There was a branch of thePreyer family from Gladbach which practiced the bleaching tradeat the foot of the Abteiberg near Gladbach. Paulus, Leonard,Claes Priors were lsted as bleachers. The last appears alsowith the name Bleikers. [Translator's note: In German ableacher is ein Bleicher] Whose son Johannes is cannot bedetermined due to the difficulty of separtating the variousPreyers. The Judith Preyers who witnessed the Quaker weddingis a sister or first cousin of Johannes Bleickers. Their commongrandparents are, in view of the Christian name Judith, Peterand Jutgen Priors in Monchengladbach-Hardterbroich.Also Johannes Bleickers wife is not known. However, he wasalready married by 1683, since a son Peter, was born to him onthe voyage to America. Genealogies of Pennsylvania FamiliesVol. III pg. 511 At a Council held at Philadia., the 29th ofsepbr., 1709 The Govr. acquainted the board, that last night theskeaker attended with several members of the house, brought himthe BILL for naturalizing the germans, which he now desired topass, and accordingly he was pleased to give his assent to thesaid bill, being Intituled an Act for better ENABLING OF DIVERSINHABITANTS OF THE PROVINCE OF PENNSYLVIA., toHold and enjoy lands, tenemts. and Plantation in theProvince, by which are Naturalized the persons following, vizt.[ Here follow eighty-three names, " all of the County ofPhiladia." except " Johannes Bleikers of the County of Bucks."] ...... which Act was Ordered to pass the seal, when thepersons concerned or any in their behalf shouldappear and pay the Charge, and then adjourned. " Meanwhile,nearly twenty years before, ON THE SEVENTH OF THIRD MONTH,1690, Thomas Lloyd, deputy governor of Pennsylvania, hadgranted "Naturalization" to sixty-two of the first settlers inGermantown, WHO WERE THEREBY MADE "FREEMEN", A STATUS WHICH THELAW OF ENGLAND DENIED TO FOREIGNERS. iN RETURN, THEY "SOLEMNLY PROMISED FAITH AND ALLEGIANCE TO WILLIAM AND MARY ANDFIDELITY AND LAWFUL OBEDIENCE TO WILLIAM PENN AS PROPRIETARY".William Penn and the Dutch Quakers The last name on themarriage-certificate of 1681 is JOHANNES BLIJKERS. He was oneof the Krefeld exiles of 1679; and on his return, he sufferedthe severe beating which Peter Hendricks graphically describesin his letter of June, 1680 (Supra, pg 200) ..By the followingMarch, he had recovered sufficiently to attend thewedding-ceremony, and two years later, he accompanied thepioneers on the "CONCORD" to Germantown. His wife's name doesnot appear upon the marriage- certificate, and perhaps he wasnot married at the time. But he was married before thedeparture for Pennsylvania; and on the voyage across theAtlantic, his wife bore him a son, who was given the namePieter. While en route in Rotterdam, JOHANNES bought throughBenjamin Furly 200 acres of Penn's land; and half dozen yearslater, he acquired fifty more acres in Germantown. Two yearsafterwards, he was chosen one town's four FENSBESICHTGERS (fence-viewers, boundary overseers). In 1702, hewas one of the subscribrs to the scholl opened by Pastorius; andin 1708-09, he was naturalized. ibed The people who sighedthe marriage-cefticate were all members of the Krefeld QuakerCommunity and were nearly all connected by blood or marriagewith one or another of the wedding guests. Thus the thirteen menand twenty women and children who founded Germantown were asingle community, united by ties of consanguinity, of a commonancestry and language (that of Holland) and of a common religion( that of the English Quakers). ibed The thirty-foursettlers of Germantown in 1683 ( the number usually given is33. This was the number of those who sailed from London on the"Concord"; but two babies were born at sea, and the mother ofthe Op den Graeffs died in Phila. en route to theGermantown settlement. )came from Krefeld and were dividedapproximately as follows: 13 Men (johannes Blijkers) 9 wifes(Mrs. Johnannes Blijklers) 1 unmarried women 1 youth 2 infantsborn at sea ( peter Blaker) 8 other children They arrived inPhiladelphia on the 6th of October; on the 12th of that month,Penn issued to them and Pastorius a warrent for 6, 000 acres,one half of which was to go to them and one-half to be reservedfor Frankfort company; on the 24th., Penn's surveyor, ThomasFairman, measured off for them fourteen plots of land inGermantown; and on October 25 1683, the thirteen pioneer men,together with Francis Daniel Pastorius, met in a "dug-outcabin", the

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home of Pastorius on the banks of Delaware inPhila., and drew lots for the sites of their future homes..ibed Having reviewed the signers of the Krefeld marriagecertificate of 1681, it is seen that seven of the eleven men whosigned it,namely, the three Isacks op den Graeff brothers,Thones Kunders, Jan Siemes, Lenart Arents, and JohannesBlijkers, were among the thirteen men who were the pioneersettlers of Germantown in 1683. ibid p231. Peter (Blaker) wasa son of John (Bleiker), a native of Germany, who immigrated toAmerica in 1683 and settled in Germantown, from which place hecame in 1700 to Northampton township,this country, where he purchased one thousand acres of land andlived there until his death. He had three sons: PETER, SAMUEL,AND PAUL AND TWO DAUGHTERS. (Catherine)History of Bucks County p 1011 The year following Penn'sarrival in Pennsylvania, thirteen Germans, with their families,numbering 33 persons all related to each other, all hailingfrom Crefelt, a city of the lower Rhine in Germany a few milesfrom Holland's border, set sail July 24,1683, from GRAVESEND,ENGLAND, on the 500 ton ship CONCORD, for the new World. Thisgroup of non-conformists, once Mennonites, had been convincedby Quakers preachers from England and had founded a Meeting ofthe society of Friends at Crefelt------ but learning of WilliamPenn's Holy Experiment in Pennsylvania where freedom ofreligious worship was honored, they decided to move in a bodyto America. They had bought 18,000 acres of land in Penna. fromBenj. Farley of Rotterdam, Holland, Penn's agent; this acreswas eventually added to the 25,000 acquired by the FrankfordCompany under Daniel Francis Pastorius, a Germanscholar-historian, who later joined the Crefelters, settledthem in Germantown near Philadelphia and became their leader,dedicated to furthering German interests in the new land. A fewof these early German settlers moved to land grants further upin Penna., later to be known as "The Pennsylvania Dutch". TheCrefelt pioneers landed in Phila. October 6, 1683, afterseventy-four days at sea. On the 12th of the same month awarrent was issued to Pastorius for 6,000 acres of land " onbehalf of the German and Dutch purchasers"; on the 24th ofOct., 1683, the settlers drew lots for choice of location. Ofthe thirteen male adult emigrants on the CONCORD, ThomasKunders, before leaving for America, purchased on June 8, 1683,a warrent of 500 acres from Leonard Arets ( apparently landagent for the group) a weaver of Crefeld. This land, to belocated " in Pennsylvania" cost Kunders L10. There follows thelist of thirteen Germans from Crefelt (who actually embarkedfirst from Holland and after taking on stores in England,sailed from Gravesend on the CONCORD July 24, 1683).( Authoritesdisagree on the names of wives, according to C. V. Roberts inRoberts- Watson Family Sketches) 1. Thomas Kunders, B. ca 1657d. 1729 m. Elin Teissen (or Elin Streypers) sister of Reyneir(?) of William (?). 2. Leonard Arets b. Germany; m. (?)Streypers, sister of William. 3. Abraham Op den Graeff, B.Germany 4. Derrick Op den Graeff B. Germany 5. WilhelmStreypers, B. Germany; m. Maria (Lucken) Seiman, widow of JanSeimans or Simons. One authority says Wilhelm was a brother-in-law of Thomas Kunders (Conrad), Leaonard Arets, ReyneirTyson, and Jan Lucken. 6. Herman Op den Graeff, B. Germany 7.Reyneir Teissen (Tyson). M. Margaret Stereypers, B. ca.1652.Some authority disagree that he was among the thirteenemigrating together from Crefelt in 1683. 8. Jan Seimans(Simons) m. Merchen (Maria ) Williamsen Lucken, sister of Jan.She married 2nd Wilhelm Streypers. 9. Jan Lensen (Jensen),possibly relative of Dirck Jansen (?) whose name appers firstin Germantown in 1700 as a resident. 10. Peter Keurlis 11.Johanne Bleikers 12. Abraham Tunis 13. Jan Lucken A Quaker SagaPg. 541 - 542 The Blaker family, Which have become quitenumerous and scattered over a wide extent of country, wereamong the early settlers of Northampton. They are all, so faras we have any knowledge, descendants of John Blaker, born inGermany, and appears to have become interested in America whilehe was quite young. A few years after he was married he heardof the tide of immigration from Holland to this country, and atonce formed the resolution of joining in the movement if hecould obtain permission to do so. Just how he managed to crossthe ocean in a ship bound for Philadelphia, is not clearlyknown. But we find that soon after his arrival, in 1683. hebought 200 acres at Germantown of the Frankfort Company ofRotterdam. His family at the time consisted of his wife andthree sons, the youngest born on board the ship in which theycrossed the ocean. The locality of Germantown, however, was notsatisfactory, as we find that in 1699 he bought a thousand acreson the southwest bank of Neshaminy, in Northampton, whichhad been conveyed to Robert Turner by patent, in 1690, to whichhe moved with his family. A dwelling house, near a fine largespring of water, was the first building erected on histhousandacres farm. This portion now belongs to the heirs ofCharles Blaker, decased, unless sold in recent years. In 1721Samuel Blaker, one of the sons of John Blaker, joined theSociety of Friends, and was married to Sarah Smith, daughter ofWilliam Smith, of Wrightstown. In 1741, Samuel sold his shareof the land apportioned to him, during the lifetime of hisfather, to John and William Cooper, and moved up nearCenterville, in Buckingham. He died, 1778, and was buried onthe farm. A fragment of the old tombstone, with name and date,was found on a lot adjoining Buckingham graveyard by JosephFell, of Buckingham, and given to Alfred Blaker, Newtown, manyyears ago. The late Lewis Blaker, of Newtown, and hisdescendants are all that is known of the name in bucks county inthe line from Samuel Blaker. Paul, the youngest son of JohnBlaker, had no children. His dwelling house, a substantialstone structure, built in 1731, in which he lived and died, wasowned and occupied by the Joshua C. Blaker, brother of AlfredBlaker, of Newtown. These two brothers were of the 6thgeneration. Peter

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Blaker, Second generation, raised a family ofchildren, whose descendants have always manifested a warmattachment for the homestead tract of thier fathers andconstitute a large proportion of the name in the county, fivehundred and ninety of the original tract being owned by theBlaker family in recent yaers. SOURCE; HISTORY OF BUCKS COUNTYBY WM. DAVIS VOL. 1 PAGE 330-1 The blaker intermarried with theCorsons, Walmsley, IBID

More About Johnannas [blaker] Bleicker: Record Change: 02 Feb 2000 Child of Johnannas Bleicker and Rebecca Bleicker is:

1042 i. Samuel Blaker, born 11 Dec 1689 in Germantown, Phila. Co., Pa.; died 1778 in Warwick, Bucks Co., Pa; married Sarah Catherine Smith 03 Apr 1721 in Falls MM, Bucks Co., Pa.

2086. William Smith, Jr., born 22 Jan 1668/69 in Hull Parish, Yorkshire, England; died 13 Oct 1740 in Bucks Co. , Pa.. He was the son of 4172. William Smith, Sr. and 4173. Jane Wilberfoss. He married 2087. Mary Croasdale 20 Sep 1690 in Chapman's house, Wrightstown, Pa.. 2087. Mary Croasdale, born 31 Aug 1669 in Yorkshire, England; died 15 Oct 1716 in Bucks Co. , Pa.. She was the daughter of 4174. Thomas Croasdale and 4175. Agnes Hathornthwaite. Notes for William Smith, Jr.: Second settler of Wrightstown PA According to the late C. Arthur Smith of Bucks County, Pennsylvania who spent over 60 years as a genealogist and historian for Bucks County and a descendant of this William Smith. "William Smith came to Pennsylvania as an indentured servant of Phineas Pembleton and after freedom he purchased land in Wrightstown where he later married > Agnes Crossdale d/o Thomas and Agnes (Hathornthwait) Crossdale that came to America on the "Lamb". William SMITH was born 22 1st month 1669 at Wighton, Hull Parish, Yorkshire, England. He is said to be the William Smith who arrived in 1682 on the ship Friends Adventure and resided with Phineas Pemberton, also from Yorkshire. This has not been positively proven. William SMITH is also stated to have been the second settler in Wrightstown Twp., Bucks Co., PA having arrived soon after John Chapman. William purchased 100 acres as a part of the orignal 500 acre Wrightstown tract. He also took up a patent for 150 acres adjoining the original purchase extending his lands from the park to the Newtown line and partly into Neshaminy. His will was made 13 10th month 1740 and proved 20 Apr 1743 in Bucks Co. John Penquite and Joseph Chapman were named executors. His will divided his land among his sons, several of which sold their shares and in 1768 moved to VA and SC. William married first to Mary CROASDALE 20 9th month 1690 at the home of John Chapman of Wrightstown, PA. She was born 1669 in Yorkshire, the daughter of Thomas Croasdale and Agnes Hathornthwaite. She died 1716 and William married next about 1720 to a woman named Mercy.

More About William Smith, Jr.: Record Change: 10 Mar 2000 Notes for Mary Croasdale: [nn j hough back 6 b.FTW]

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More About Mary Croasdale: Record Change: 10 Mar 2000 Child of William Smith and Mary Croasdale is:

1043 i. Sarah Catherine Smith, born 20 Nov 1700 in Bucks Co. , Pa; married Samuel Blaker 03 Apr 1721 in Falls MM, Bucks Co., Pa.

2096. Robert Finley, born 1652; died 1698. He was the son of 4192. John Finley and 4193. Jane Henning. He married 2097. Ann Saunders 1672. 2097. Ann Saunders, born 1658; died 1719. More About Robert Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Ann Saunders: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Robert Finley and Ann Saunders is:

1048 i. Robert Finley, born 1690 in Glasgow Scotland; died 1747; married Catherina Wilkes 1721.

2116. Stephen Pease He married 2117. Deborah Gardner. 2117. Deborah Gardner, born 12 Apr 1658 in Salem Essex MA; died 1712 in Nantucket, Nantucket County, MA. She was the daughter of 4234. Richard Gardner and 4235. Sarah Shattuck. Child of Stephen Pease and Deborah Gardner is:

1058 i. Nathan Pease, married Hannah Chase.

2118. Isaac Chase, born 01 Apr 1650; died 09 May 1727. He was the son of 4236. Thomas Chase and 4237. Mary Philbrick. He married 2119. Mary Tilton. 2119. Mary Tilton Child of Isaac Chase and Mary Tilton is:

1059 i. Hannah Chase, born 25 Jan 1693/94; married Nathan Pease.

2144. Warner Tucker He was the son of 4288. Charles Tucker and 4289. Anna Wessells. Notes for Warner Tucker: 8 miles west of Elizabeth Town is what was then called the West Fields of Elizabeth Town. (Now known as Westfield, NJ.) West Fields was first settled in 1695 and became a distinct settlement about 1720. In 1727, Warner Tucker is among those listed as a founder of the First Presbyterian Church of Westfield. There is not enough known about this first Warner Tucker/Tooker, except he is listed in the Dutch Reformed Church Records as a child of Charles Jr. and Anna Wessels Tucker/Tooker. Warner Tucker Sr.'s wife is unknown at this time.

Child of Warner Tucker is:

1072 i. Warner Tucker, born 1719 in Westfield, Union Co., New Jersey; died 15 Feb 1785 in Scotch Plains, New Jersey; married Elizabeth Lambert.

2146. James Lambert, born Abt. 1692 in Elizabeth, Union, Nj; died 26 Jun 1779 in Hopewell, Mercer, Nj. He was the son of 4292. John Lambert and 4293. Hannah Ross. He married 2147. Elizabeth Horton 18 Nov 1721 in Rahway, Elizabethtown, Nj. 2147. Elizabeth Horton

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Notes for James Lambert: Family Info indicates parents of Elizabeth Horton are John & Hannah Lambert. John may have been the father of James? Child of James Lambert and Elizabeth Lambert is: Child of James Lambert and Elizabeth Horton is:

1073 i. Elizabeth Lambert, born 1718 in Elizabeth NJ; died 15 Feb 1785 in Scotch Plains NJ; married Warner Tucker.

2152. Joseph Hand, born 1664 in East Hampton, Suffolk, Ny; died 08 Jul 1713 in East Hampton, Suffolk, Ny. He was the son of 4304. Stephen Hand and 4305. Jane Wright. He married 2153. Elizabeth Hand. 2153. Elizabeth Hand, died Abt. 1668 in East Hampton, Suffolk, Ny. Child of Joseph Hand and Elizabeth Hand is:

1076 i. Nehemiah Hand, born 1700 in Cape May, Cape May Co, Nj; died 07 Dec 1776 in Elizabethtown, Essex Co, Nj; married Lydia Hand.

2158. John Dennis, born 1638 in probably in Yarmouth, MA; died 08 May 1689 in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ;. He was the son of 4316. Robert Dennis and 4317. Mary Dennis. He married 2159. Sarah Bloomfield Dec 1668 in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ. 2159. Sarah Bloomfield, born 30 Dec 1643 in Newburyport, Essex Co., MA; died 05 May 1689 in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ. She was the daughter of 4318. Thomas Bloomfield and 4319. Mary Bloomfield. Children of John Dennis and Sarah Bloomfield are:

1079 i. ii. Elizabeth Dennis, married William Cole. Sarah Dennis

2179. Keziah Arroyah She was the daughter of 4358. Chief Wahanganoche Arroyha. Children of Keziah Arroyah are:

1089 i. ii. Elinor Bryant, married John Owens. Dr. Richard Bryant

2304. Samuel Underwood He married 2305. Mary Ann Wilcox. 2305. Mary Ann Wilcox Child of Samuel Underwood and Mary Wilcox is:

1152 i. Alexander Underwood, born 1688 in Baltimore, Anne Arundel, MD; died 31 Oct 1767 in Warrington, York County, PA; married Jane Harry Abt. 1710 in New Castle on Delaware, PA.

2306. Hugh Harry, born 1662 in Machynlleth, Montgomeryshire, Wales; died Aft. 28 Sep 1708 in Birmingham Twp., Chester Co., PA, USA. He was the son of 4612. Harry Thomas Owen and 4613. Elizabeth Owen. He married 2307. Elizabeth Brinton 12 Apr 1686 in Chichester, Chester Co., PA, USA. 2307. Elizabeth Brinton, born 09 Aug 1665 in Worcestershire, England; died Aft. 08 Nov 1727. She was the daughter of 4614. William Brinton and 4615. Ann Bagley. Notes for Hugh Harry: UA Record #:2338 The Welsh name Harry was spelled Harri or Hari. Hugh Harry, sometimes called Harris, was a Quaker being noted in Pennsylvania Quaker records in 1671, 1680, 1681, 1682, and 1685. He was a weaver who immigrated with his brother, Daniel, from "Maukinleth" (Machynlleth) in Montgomeryshire aboard the "Vine of Liverpoole",

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William Freeson, Master. They arrived in Philadelphia on the 7 month, 17th day, 1684 from "dolyserne nere dolyules in Merionethshire." He settled in Birmingham, Chester County, PA., on two hundred and fifty acres of land given to him by his father-in-law, William Brinton, two months after the Quaker Records say he and Elizabeth Brinton "were free to proceed" with their marriage plans (2nd month, 12th day, 1686 and 4th month, 12th day). They were members of the Radnor MM. Hugh and Elizabeth were witnesses at Elizabeth's brother William's marriage in 1690. On June 6, 1706, he bought an additional 430 acres in Marlborough, Chester Co, PA which can be verified in Deed records. (C-2139) He died probably in late September 1708 leaving the following will. "To all Christian people to whom these presents may come, whereas, I, Hugh Harris of Brumingham (Birmingham) in the County of Chester, West Randolph, greeting this twenty fourth day of the first month called March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eight, being sick and weak in body, but of sound and perfect memory, prayse be to God for the same, and knowing the uncertainty of this life on earth & being disposed to better things, I do hereby make this my last will & testament in manner and form following - that is to say - First and principally I commend my soul to almighty God, my estate & my body to the earth from whence it was taken. To be buried in such decent & Christian manner as my Executrix here after named be thought wise and convenient, as touching such worldly estate as the Lord in mercy hath sent me. My will and meaning is the same shall be employed and bestowed as hereafter by this my will is expressed, that is to say - I make and certify my well-beloved wife Elizabeth Harris my whole and sole Executrix of my last will & testament. Item - I give to my sonn Evan:Harris the sum of five pounds to be paid at the age of twenty one yeras. With my weaving loom, the gears thereunto belonging. Secondly - I give to my sonn William Harris the sum of five pounds to be paid at the age of twenty one years. Thirdly - I give to my sonn Hugh Harris the sum of five pounds to be paid at the age of twenty one years. Fourthly - I give to my sonn John Harris the sum of five pounds to be paid at the age of twenty one years. Fifthly - I give to my daughter Elizabeth Harris the sum of five pounds to be paid at the age of twenty one years. Sixthly - I give to my daughter Ann Harris the sum of five pounds to be paid at the age of twenty one years. Seventhly - I give to my daughter Jane Harris the sum of five pounds to be paid at the age of twenty one years. Eighthly - I give to my daughter Lois Harris the sum of five pounds to be paid at the age of twenty one years. Ninethly - I give to my daughter Olive Harris the sum of five pounds to be paid at the age of twenty one years. Tenthly & lastly - I give full power to my well-beloved wife, Elizabeth Harris, which I have hereby constituted my whole and sole executrix of this my last will and testament. To sell, & dispose of all & all manner of my real & personal estate, to the best advantage as may be. To pay my funeral charges & my just debts, with the legacys herein mentioned. In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand & seal the day of year above written. Hugh Harris (H for his mark) (Seal) Witnesses: Richard Webb, Jonathan ?, William Brinton, John Bennett. (Photostats of Original Philadelphia Wills & Inventories, 1681-1710. GSP, PH:13 Will #96:1708., or Philadelphia Will Book C, p. 126 #96:1708, GSP XW Pa. PH 2. He is buried at Radnor MM in Pennsylvania. (C-956) It is widely published that this Hugh Harry's ancestry goes through many Royal lines. However, a Harry Family Association Newsletter dated 1995, has cast serious doubt on this. Hugh's father, Hugh Thomas Owen, was the son of a Thomas Owen. A researcher has found a second Thomas Owens in Machynlleth who could be this Harry Thomas's father. He believes this Thomas who was not prominent in English affairs, to be Harry Thomas' father because 1) Hugh Thomas was a weaver when he came to America and 2) The Quaker minutes after he arrives mention that his parents were having financial trouble. The sons promised they would pay any member back who could help send money to their parents on March 13, 1686. (This would not have been true for the son of the affluent Thomas Owen. [FN:Thomas Underwood, 1650 Immigrant:FN] The support for Hugh being the grandson of Thomas Owen, of Royal Lineage, is that 1) Harry Thomas Owen became a Quaker, was imprisoned and heavily fined, making impoverishment for his family a likely occurance. This would explain the lower station and practical trades of his sons. 2) It is an accepted, published line in [UL:Ancestors of American Presidents:UL].

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1. Immigration; 17 Jul 1684. This is his arrival date in Philadelphia, PA. (C-437 pps. 1 & 574) 2. Will; 28 Sep 1708. 2 This will was written Mar. 27, 1708 and proved in Philadelphia on Sept. 28, 1708.

More About Hugh Harry: Burial: Radnor MM in Pennsylvania Notes for Elizabeth Brinton: Her birthdate might also be Oct. 6, 1665. (C-527) Elizabeth came with her brother, William Jr. and possibly her parents in the summer of 1684 to avoid Quaker persecution. (C-636) She was living on Nov. 8 1727 when she deeded 177 acres that had belonged to her deceased husband to their son, William. (C-2139)

Child of Hugh Harry and Elizabeth Brinton is:

1153 i. Jane Harry, died Bef. 25 Apr 1743 in London Grove Twp., Chester, PA; married Alexander Underwood Abt. 1710 in New Castle on Delaware, PA.

2336. Garrard Ford, born 1690; died 10 Nov 1746 in Westmoreland, Virginia. He was the son of 4672. Garrard Ford and 4673. Mary Ford. He married 2337. Elizabeth Bef. 1720. 2337. Elizabeth, born 1695. Child of Garrard Ford and Elizabeth is:

1168 i. Warrener Ford, born Abt. 1720 in Westmoreland, Virginia; married Frances Seaton 24 Jul 1740 in St. Paul's Parish, Stafford/King George, Virginia.

2338. James Seaton, born 1678 in St. Pauls Parish, Stafford Co, Va; died 20 Sep 1744 in St. Pauls Parish, Stafford Co, Va. He was the son of 4676. George Seaton. He married 2339. Frances Seaton Abt. 1716. 2339. Frances Seaton, born Abt. 1699 in St Paul, Wise, Virginia; died 12 Dec 1730 in St. Pauls Parish, Stafford Co, Va. Child of James Seaton and Frances Seaton is:

1169 i. Frances Seaton, born 1720 in Stafford, Virginia; married Warrener Ford 24 Jul 1740 in St. Paul's Parish, Stafford/King George, Virginia.

2352. Gershom Lee, born Bet. 1698 - 1700 in Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim, Ireland; died Bet. 1750 - 1754 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey. He was the son of 4704. Thomas Lee. He married 2353. Mary Drake Bet. 1731 - 1732 in Piscataway, , Nj. 2353. Mary Drake, born 19 Feb 1710/11 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey; died 1750 in New Jersey. She was the daughter of 4706. Andrew Drake and 4707. Hannah FitzRandolph. Child of Gershom Lee and Mary Drake is:

1176 i. Gershom Lee, born 1735 in Hunterdon NJ; died 1821 in Port William (now Carrollton) Gallatin, Ky; married Rebecca Hunt 1757 in Maidenhead, , Nj.

2400. Heinrich Etter, born 1653 in Oberried (now Ried Bei Kezers), Kanton Freiberg, Switzerland. He was the son of 4800. Peter Etter and 4801. Elsbeth Forster. He married 2401. Elsbeth Steinmann. 2401. Elsbeth Steinmann, born 1660 in Gempenach, , Freiburg, Switzerland. More About Heinrich Etter: Burial: 29 Jul 1696, Oberried (now Ried Bei Kezers), Kanton Freiberg, Switzerland

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More About Elsbeth Steinmann: Burial: 1696, Riggisberg, Kanton Bern , Switzerland Child of Heinrich Etter and Elsbeth Steinmann is:

1200 i. Johannes Etter, born 08 Nov 1685 in Oberried, , Freiburg, Switzerland; died Aft. 1745 in PA; married Anna Marie Siegrist in Riggisberg, Kanton Bern , Switzerland.

2402. Ulrich Siegrist He married 2403. Elizabeth Sager. 2403. Elizabeth Sager Child of Ulrich Siegrist and Elizabeth Sager is:

1201 i. Anna Marie Siegrist, born Abt. 1694 in Aargua Switzerland; died 03 Jun 1694 in Aargau, Switzerland; married Johannes Etter in Riggisberg, Kanton Bern , Switzerland.

2404. Jacob Banga, born 03 Mar 1657/58 in St. Peters Church Munchenstein, , Basel, Switzerland/Munchenstein, Switzerland; died 16 Aug 1718 in Munchenstein, , Basel, Switzerland. He was the son of 4808. Jacob Banga and 4809. Ursula Ulzar Utz. He married 2405. Maria Seilerin 09 Dec 1715. 2405. Maria Seilerin, born 1656 in Basel, St Peters Ch, Basel, Switzerland; died 06 Jan 1730/31. She was the daughter of 4810. Johannes Seiler and 4811. Margreth Bruderlin. Child of Jacob Banga and Maria Seilerin is:

1202 i. Hans Jacob Banga, born 1690 in Munchenstein, , Basel, Switzerland/Munchenstein, Switzerland; died 1750 in Munchenstein, , Basel, Switzerland; married Anna Catherina Kappen.

2406. Mathis Capp He was the son of 4812. Hans Capp and 4813. Catherine Noe. He married 2407. Anna Margaret Massmunster. 2407. Anna Margaret Massmunster More About Anna Margaret Massmunster: Burial: 1741, Riggisberg, Kanton Bern , Switzerland Child of Mathis Capp and Anna Massmunster is:

1203 i. Anna Catherina Kappen, born 1694 in Basel, Switzerland; died 1740; married Hans Jacob Banga.

2416. Johannas Georg Lindamuth, born 26 Feb 1686/87 in Bodigheim, Germany; died 08 Nov 1751 in Lancaster PA. He was the son of 4832. Johannas Lindamuth and 4833. Regina Lindamood. He married 2417. Barbara Keller. 2417. Barbara Keller Child of Johannas Lindamuth and Barbara Keller is:

1208 i. Johan Michael Lindamood, born Abt. 1715 in Germany; died Abt. 1785 in Berks Co, PA; married Maria Margaretha Wolf.

2692. Samual Mills Notes for Samual Mills: [Our Young family in America] Samual Mills settled in Southold Long Island NY in 1660 Children of Samual Mills are:

1346 i. ii. Samual Mills. Timothy Mills

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2696. Cornelius Janszen Loyse, born Abt. 1645 in Zeeland, Netherlands; died Aft. 1704 in Bushwick, NY. He married 2697. Gaertje Colfs 1678 in Bushwick, NY. 2697. Gaertje Colfs, born Abt. 1658 in Leyden, Netherlands; died Bef. 16 Sep 1704 in Flatbush, NY. She was the daughter of 5394. Jacobus Kolfs and 5395. Sarah Pieters Hasenbraek. Notes for Cornelius Janszen Loyse: He immigrated in 1651 to New Netherlands. Child of Cornelius Loyse and Gaertje Colfs is:

1348 i. Jacobus Loyse, born 1680 in Flatbush, New York; died 1724 in Jamaica, New YorK; married Elizabeth Loyse 1708 in Flatbush, New York.

2700. Adam Pieterse Brouwer Berchoven, born Abt. 1620 in Cologne, Rhine Province OR Hoorn, Netherlands; died 21 Mar 1691/92 in Breuklen, Long Island, New York. He was the son of 5400. Frans Sijmonsen Brouwer and 5401. Caatje. He married 2701. Magdalena Jacobs Verdon 19 Mar 1644/45 in Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. 2701. Magdalena Jacobs Verdon, born Abt. 1625 in prob New Amsterdam, New York County, NY; died Aft. 12 Aug 1698 in Gowanus, Breukelen Province, NY. She was the daughter of 5402. Jacob Janss Verdon and 5403. Maria Thomas Badie. Notes for Adam Pieterse Brouwer Berchoven: Adam Berkhoven BROUWER was born on 18 Jan 1621 in Holland.(361) He died on 21 Mar 1692 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.(362) He was buried in New York.(363) Adam Brouwer, or more properly, Adam Berkhoven Brouwer, (son of Frans Simonson and Cattje Brouwer), immigrated to the United States in 1642. Berkhoven is probably his correct surname, whereas Brouwer probably referred to his occupation, as Brouwer is Dutch for brewer. Berkhoven, although occasionally used by some of his children, has been dropped by most of his descendants, and Brouwer, now written Brower, or Brewer, is used as the surname of the family. Adam appears at first to have settled in New Amsterdam, where, on February 7, 1647, he obtained a patent from the government for a lot on Manhattan Island. He later sold this lot, and at the time of the sale, was living on Long Island. It is not known when he moved from Long Island, but in 1661 he and Isaac De Foreest held jointly the oldest tide mill in Brooklyn, known for many years as Brower's mill. On April 1, 1654, he purchased from Theunis Nyssen, a farmer of Gowanus, a piece of woodland near Nyssen's land including the land on which Adam's house was built and the meadows in front thereof, located in Gowanus. In 1676 Adam bought of Frederick Lubbertse a piece of meadow adjoining the dam of the Gowanus mill. He and his wife were members of the Dutch church of Brooklyn in 1677, of which in 1679 and 1680 he appears by the church records to have been under censure, on the suspicion of leaning towards the Catholic religion. His will is dated January 22, 1692, proved March 21, 1692, and is on file in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Appeals at Albany, New York. He was married to Magdalena Jacobs VERDON on 19 Mar 1645 in New Amsterdam. Adam was a flour miller in Brooklyn More About Adam Pieterse Brouwer Berchoven: Burial: 26 Mar 1692, Dutch Churchyard, Brooklyn, Long Island, New York Notes for Magdalena Jacobs Verdon:

More About Magdalena Jacobs Verdon: Burial: Brooklyn, Kings, New York Child of Adam Berchoven and Magdalena Verdon is:

1350 i. Wilhelmus Brouwer, born 05 Mar 1650/51 in New Amsterdam; married (1) Martha Boulton; married (2) Elisabeth Pietersen Simpson.

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2708. Jacob Mitchell, born Bet. 1657 - 1673 in Elizabeth, Union, New Jersey; died 1730. He was the son of 5416. James Mitchell and 5417. Mary Mitchell. He married 2709. Hannah Hallstead. 2709. Hannah Hallstead, born 1690 in NJ; died Aft. 1735. She was the daughter of 5418. Timothy Hallstead and 5419. Abigail Carman. More About Jacob Mitchell: Burial: St. John's Churchyd., Elizabeth, NJ. Child of Jacob Mitchell and Hannah Hallstead is:

1354 i. Nathanial Mitchell, born 20 Jul 1728; died 08 Sep 1773; married Abigail (Conkling) Harris 30 Aug 1752 in St. John's Ch., Elizabeth, Union, Nj.

2710. James Harris, born Abt. 1700; died Bef. 1775. He married 2711. unk Boleyn Abt. 1730. 2711. unk Boleyn, born Abt. 1700; died Abt. 1750. More About James Harris: Burial: Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey Child of James Harris and unk Boleyn is:

1355 i. Abigail (Conkling) Harris, born 28 Mar 1731; died 21 Mar 1822; married Nathanial Mitchell 30 Aug 1752 in St. John's Ch., Elizabeth, Union, Nj.

2712. Samual Lewis, born 1700 in GLAMORGAN, WALES; died in SOMERSET, NJ. He married 2713. Susannah Jones Abt. 1720 in Wales. 2713. Susannah Jones Child of Samual Lewis and Susannah Jones is:

1356 i. Edward Lewis, born 08 Aug 1722 in Somerset NJ; died 22 Jun 1792 in Basking Ridge, Somerset NJ; married Sarah Morris 30 May 1745 in Woodbridge NJ.

2714. John Morris, born 24 Jun 1680 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey; died in Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey. He was the son of 5428. John Morris and 5429. Mary Small. He married 2715. Mary FitzRandolph 06 Oct 1712 in Middlesex NJ. 2715. Mary FitzRandolph, born 03 Aug 1693 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey; died in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey. She was the daughter of 5430. Joseph FitzRandolph and 5431. Joanna (Hannah) Belconger. More About John Morris: Burial: Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey Child of John Morris and Mary FitzRandolph is:

1357 i. Sarah Morris, born 1722 in NJ; married Edward Lewis 30 May 1745 in Woodbridge NJ.

2720. John Young, born 1653 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire; died 10 Jun 1697 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He was the son of 5440. John Young and 5441. Sarah Young. He married 2721. Sarah Wadleigh Feb 1671/72 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. 2721. Sarah Wadleigh, born 15 Jun 1655 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, New England. She was the daughter of 5442. Robert Wadleigh and 5443. Sarah Smith. Notes for John Young: Millwright/Lumberman Child of John Young and Sarah Wadleigh is:

1360 i. Israel Young, born Bet. 1680 - 1690 in Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts; died 25 Oct 1760; married Martha Beadle 21 Jan 1724/25 in Amesbury Mass.

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2722. Robert Beadle, born 05 Jan 1674/75 in Newbury, NH. He was the son of 5444. Robert Beedle and 5445. Mary Beedle. He married 2723. Anna Carr 11 Nov 1702 in Amesbury Mass. 2723. Anna Carr, born Abt. 1681 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 5446. George W. Carr and 5447. Anna Seaborn Cotton. Child of Robert Beadle and Anna Carr is:

1361 i. Martha Beadle, born 10 Oct 1703 in Massachusetts; married Israel Young 21 Jan 1724/25 in Amesbury Mass.

2724. Edward Clark, born 29 Mar 1694 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts; died Bef. 06 Jan 1745/46 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts. He was the son of 5448. Haniel Clark and 5449. Mary Gutterson. He married 2725. Sarah Stevens 12 Feb 1713/14 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts. 2725. Sarah Stevens, born Abt. 1696 in Salisbury,Essex,Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 5450. Nathanial Stevens. Child of Edward Clark and Sarah Stevens is:

1362 i. Edward Clark, born 15 Jan 1715/16 in Haverhill, , Ma; died in Salem NH; married Ruth Kelly 29 Jul 1736 in Methuen,Essex,Massachusetts.

2726. Abiel Kelly, born 12 Dec 1672 in Newbury Mass; died 18 Jun 1750. He was the son of 5452. John Kelly and 5453. Lydia Ames. He married 2727. Rebecca Davis 05 Jan 1695/96 in Newbury Mass. 2727. Rebecca Davis, born Abt. 1677 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 5454. Samual Davis and 5455. Deborah Barnes. Child of Abiel Kelly and Rebecca Davis is:

1363 i. Ruth Kelly, born 18 Aug 1716 in Newbury,Essex,Massachusetts; died 18 Jun 1750; married Edward Clark 29 Jul 1736 in Methuen,Essex,Massachusetts.

2816. Henry Jennings, born 1642; died 1705. He was the son of 5632. William Jennens and 5633. Mary Messenger. He married 2817. Sarah Jennings. 2817. Sarah Jennings, born 1634; died 1665. She was the daughter of 5634. Lord of Tarsau John Jennens and 5635. Joyce Weamen. Child of Henry Jennings and Sarah Jennings is:

1408 i. Isaac Jennings, born 1662; died 1758; married Judith Marden Bates 1709.

2824. Benjamin Hopkins, born 1680 in London. He married 2825. Sarah Haddon. 2825. Sarah Haddon, born 1684 in Southwark, London, Eng. She was the daughter of 5650. John Haddon and 5651. Elizabeth Clark. Child of Benjamin Hopkins and Sarah Haddon is:

1412 i. Ebenezer Hopkins, born 21 Jun 1718 in London; died 08 Nov 1757; married Sarah Lord.

2830. Francis Austin, born 1674 in Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England; died in Evesboro, Burlington, Nj. He was the son of 5660. Francis Austin and 5661. Elizabeth Austin. He married 2831. Mary Barton 15 Sep 1696 in Haddenfield, Burlington Co, New Jersey. 2831. Mary Barton, born 05 Oct 1679 in Aynho, Northamptonshire, England; died 1739 in Evesham, Burlington, New Jersey. She was the daughter of 5662. John Borton and 5663. Annie Kinton. Child of Francis Austin and Mary Barton is:

1415 i. Ann Austin, born 03 Apr 1703 in Evesboro, Burlington, N.j; married Josiah Albertson 08 Sep 1727 in Haddonfield, Camden, New Jersey.

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2832. Samuel Blackford, born 1640 in Plymouth, Devon, England/Devon, England; died Bet. 1711 - 1712 in probably, Piscataway, NJ. He was the son of 5664. Nicholas? Blackford. He married 2833. Hannah Smalley Abt. 1665 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts. 2833. Hannah Smalley, born 14 Jun 1641 in Plymouth, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 5666. John Smalley and 5667. Anne Walden. Child of Samuel Blackford and Hannah Smalley is:

1416 i. John Blackford, born 1682; died Bet. 1748 - 1749; married Ruth Sutton Abt. 1711.

2880. David Leist, born Bet. 1690 - 1710 in Germany. Child of David Leist is:

1440 i. David Leist, born Bet. 1716 - 1730 in Germany?; died Bef. 1790 in Northumberland Co., PA.

Generation No. 13 4162. John Clowes, born Abt. 1636 in Cheshire, England; died 04 Jul 1687 in Chester Co., Pa.. He married 4163. Margery Clowes. 4163. Margery Clowes, died 02 Feb 1697/98 in Pa.. Notes for John Clowes: John Clows, of Gosworth, in the County of Chester, Yeoman, andMargery,his wife, arrived in the "ENDEAVOR OF LONDON" 7/29/1683Children: Margery, Rebecca and William Clows other childrenarrived before them where John, Jr., Joseph and Sarah Clows.Residents of Bucks County, 1677-1687 "Residents of Bucks Co.,Pa., 16771687."========================================================================== ===== 826. John Clows, born 1625 in Gawsworth,Cheshire, Eng; died 7/04/1687 in Bucks, Pa. He married 827.Margery 1652 in London, London, Eng. 827. Margery, born Abt.1630 in Cheshire, Eng; died 2/02/1697-98 in Bucks, Pa. Notesfor John Clows: Genealogical and Personal Memorial of MercerCounty, New Jersey under the editorial supervision of FrancisBazley Lee John Clows, the father of Mrs. Hough, whowas of Gosworth, Cheshire, England, and Margery, his wife, cameto Pennsylvania, Seventh month 29, 1683, in the ship,"Endeavor," of London, bringing with them theirchildren--Margery, Rebecca and William. They had been precededby three other children --John, Jr., Joseph and Sarah--who camein the "Friends' Adventure," Seventh month 28, 1682. JohnClows, Sr., brought with him three servants --Samuel Hough,possibly a relative of Richard Hough, taking this means ofgetting to America, as many young men did at that period oftime; Joseph Chorley; and John Richardson. The family settledin Makefield, where John Clows had land on the river front. Healso had an inland tract on the Neshaminy, which was laterpurchased by Richard Hough. John Clows represented Bucks countyin the assembly in 1683 and 1684, and his death occurredSeventh month 4, 1687. His wife died Second month 2, 1698.Their children were: 1. John Jr., who died Fifth month 5,1683. 2. 2. Joseph, married Elizabeth Pownall. 3. 3.William, married Sarah Hanfield. 4. 4. Sarah, married JohnBainbridge, of the New Jersey family of that name. 5. 5.Margery, mentioned above. 6. 6. Rebecca, married John Lambert,of Nottingham, West Jersey. More About John Clows: Immigrated:7/09/1683, in the "Endeavor"252 Child of John Clows and Margeryis: 413i. Margery Clows, born 11/17/1656 in Gosworth, Cheshire,Eng; died 1/30/1719-20; married Richard Hough 1/17/1683-84 inBucks, Pa. Jeffers, Kester, and Stephens Homepage AmieLynn Lawrence , MI United States [email protected]

More About John Clowes: Record Change: 25 Feb 2000 Child of John Clowes and Margery Clowes is:

2081 i. Margery Clowes, born Abt. 1662 in England; died 30 Nov 1720 in Bucks Co., Pa; married Richard Hough 31 Mar 1684 in Falls MM, Bucks Co., Pa..

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4164. Gawain Taylor, born Abt. 1625 in England; died Abt. 1666. He was the son of 8328. Bernard Taylor and 8329. Thomasine Lane. He married 4165. Ursela Russell Abt. 1653 in Eng.. 4165. Ursela Russell, born Abt. 1631 in England; died 31 Oct 1694 in Spiceland Friends, Devonshire, Eng.. Notes for Gawain Taylor: [nn j hough back 6 b.FTW] [p taylor back.ged]

More About Ursela Russell: Record Change: 12 Feb 2000 Children of Gawain Taylor and Ursela Russell are:

2082 i. Philip Taylor, born Abt. 1654 in Holcombe Rogus, Devonshire, England; died 30 Aug 1709 in Oxford, Phila Co., Pa; married (1) Jane Dascombe; married (2) Julianna Lyddon 15 Mar 1683/84 in Taunton, Devonshire, Eng.. Anthony Taylor, born 22 Mar 1654/55 in Devonshire, England; died Bef. 18 Aug 1660 in Devonshire, Eng. Bernard Taylor, born 05 Apr 1658 in England; died Unknown. Anthony Taylor, born 18 Aug 1660 in Devonshire, England; died Bef. 26 Jan 1662/63 in Devonshire, Eng. Anthony Taylor, born 26 Jan 1662/63 in Devonshire, England; died Unknown. Peter Taylor, born 29 Apr 1665 in Devonshire, England; died Unknown. Mary Taylor, born Abt. 1667 in Devonshire, England; died Unknown.

ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii.

4166. William Lyddon He married 4167. Elizabeth Lyddon. 4167. Elizabeth Lyddon Child of William Lyddon and Elizabeth Lyddon is:

2083 i. Julianna Lyddon, born 21 Jul 1660 in Hemyoke, Devonshire, England; married Philip Taylor 15 Mar 1683/84 in Taunton, Devonshire, Eng..

4172. William Smith, Sr., born Abt. 1635 in Yorkshire, England; died Unknown. He married 4173. Jane Wilberfoss 01 Nov 1660 in Kington Hall, Yorkshire, England. 4173. Jane Wilberfoss Notes for William Smith, Sr.: [nn j hough back 6 b.FTW]

More About William Smith, Sr.: Record Change: 10 Mar 2000 More About Jane Wilberfoss: Record Change: 10 Mar 2000 Child of William Smith and Jane Wilberfoss is:

2086 i. William Smith, Jr., born 22 Jan 1668/69 in Hull Parish, Yorkshire, England; died 13 Oct 1740 in Bucks Co. , Pa; married Mary Croasdale 20 Sep 1690 in Chapman's house, Wrightstown, Pa..

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the son of 8348. William Croasdale and 8349. Elizabeth Croasdale. He married 4175. Agnes Hathornthwaite 1664 in England. 4175. Agnes Hathornthwaite, born 13 Jul 1633 in Tethem Parish, England; died 20 Aug 1684 in Middleton MM, Bucks Co., Pa.. She was the daughter of 8350. William Hathornthwaite. Notes for Thomas Croasdale: Thomas Croasdale came to America with his wife and six children on the ship Lamb of Liverpool. They loaded 26 Jun 1682 and arrived 22 Oct 1682. This was one of several ships bringing Quakers to Penn's Colony that year. The Croasdale family settled at Middletown, Bucks Co., PA. Thomas was buried 2 2nd month 1682/3 a scant six months after their arrival. His widow survived less than two years and was also buried 20 8th month 1684 at Middletown, Bucks Co., PA.

More About Thomas Croasdale: Record Change: 10 Mar 2000 More About Agnes Hathornthwaite: Record Change: 10 Mar 2000 Child of Thomas Croasdale and Agnes Hathornthwaite is:

2087 i. Mary Croasdale, born 31 Aug 1669 in Yorkshire, England; died 15 Oct 1716 in Bucks Co. , Pa; married William Smith, Jr. 20 Sep 1690 in Chapman's house, Wrightstown, Pa..

4192. John Finley, born 1619; died 1679. He was the son of 8384. James Finley and 8385. Barbara Huntar. He married 4193. Jane Henning 1639. 4193. Jane Henning, born 1621; died 1674. More About John Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Jane Henning: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of John Finley and Jane Henning is:

2096 i. Robert Finley, born 1652; died 1698; married Ann Saunders 1672.

4234. Richard Gardner, born 1626 in Dorset, England; died 23 Jan 1687/88 in Nantucket, Nantucket County, MA. He was the son of 8468. Thomas Gardner and 8469. Margaret Frier. He married 4235. Sarah Shattuck 1652 in Salem, Essex, MA. 4235. Sarah Shattuck, born 1632; died 1724 in Nantucket, Nantucket County, MA. She was the daughter of 8470. Samuel Shattuck and 8471. Damaris Sibley. Notes for Richard Gardner: a mariner "seaman"

Child of Richard Gardner and Sarah Shattuck is:

2117 i. Deborah Gardner, born 12 Apr 1658 in Salem Essex MA; died 1712 in Nantucket, Nantucket County, MA; married Stephen Pease.

4236. Thomas Chase, died 1652. He was the son of 8472. Aquila Chase. He married 4237. Mary Philbrick. 4237. Mary Philbrick, died 11 Feb 1676/77. She was the daughter of 8474. Thomas Philbrick and 8475. Anne Knapp.

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Child of Thomas Chase and Mary Philbrick is:

2118 i. Isaac Chase, born 01 Apr 1650; died 09 May 1727; married Mary Tilton.

4288. Charles Tucker He was the son of 8576. Charles Tucker and 8577. Mary Mitchell. He married 4289. Anna Wessells. 4289. Anna Wessells She was the daughter of 8578. Warner Wessel and 8579. Debora Wessel. Notes for Charles Tucker: Much of our difficulty with tracking this family is due to the habit of third parties converting the family's traditional Tooker spelling to Tucker before the principals made the change. From looking at several original documents on file at the DAR Library, our Tucker ancestors generally used the traditional Devonese "Tooker" spelling from about 1670 to about 1770. The Westfield line of the family appears to have been the quickest to convert to the Tucker form of the name--the lines that remained in Elizabeth Town typically stayed with the Tooker spelling well into the 19th century. However, I am aware of two documents which contain the signature of Warren Tucker and in both cases he signed his name Tooker. One is the 4 Nov 1723 will of Joseph Hallsey of Elizabeth Town on which Warren Tooker was witness along with John Winans and Samuel Whitehead. I had seen an abstract of this will in another publication and the abstractor had translated the name as "Werner Tooker". See how easily confusion can be sowed. The 1727 list of founding members of the First Presbyterian Church of Westfield also shows the name as Warren Tooker even though all published versions of this list convert the Tooker to Tucker, apparently under the assumption that the signer (or local clerk) did not know how to spell. That is probably not the case with this family--Capt. John Tucker, of Southold attended Oxford and may be one of the two John Tuckers of London shown on matriculation rolls of 1629 and 1630, respectively. Several complex original legal documents and letters drafted in Capt. John Tucker's hand have survived and are in the special collections of the Connecticut State Library/Museum in Hartford. Capt. John Tucker also wrote his will and a subsequent codicil which are relatively complex documents. (He signed his will John "Tucker" even though most of his offspring were using the "Tooker" spelling by the 1680's. Perhaps he never taught his kids to read and write and the switch to the phonetic spelling "just happened". However, all of his sons signed documents with their full names--not "marks" as was common.) "First Church records show that Charles Tooker Jr. (III) died 14 Aug 1769 at the age of 65 and was buried in the west church yard. His wife died 17 Dec. 1770 and was buried alongside Charles Jr. (III)." If he was 65 as this says he would have been born in 1704 which will not fit the other information we have. I wonder if the record really says he was 65 years old at the time of his death? Seventy five years old would be more likely! I also have the following supposedly from the Dutch Reformed Church records of New York City, NY: Spelled different ways Tucker/Tooker/Tukker/ Tuker. The different spelling are understandable as you find this frequently in old records. Elizabeth Town, New Jersey was only about four miles as the crow flies west of Manhattan Island and it was only a short sail from lower Newark Bay through the Arthur Kill and across the Hudson River to lower Manhatton Island - which is where all the commercial action was in Nieuw Amsterdam/New York. Elizabeth Town residents had a lot of interaction with those of nearby New York and still do, so the records listed below are most likely those of Charles Tucker Jr. son of Charles Tucker Sr.

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Debora-Charles Tokker/Anna Wessels 5 Sept. 1697 Maria-Charles Tukker/Anna Wessels 18 Sept. 1700 Warnar-Karel Tucker/Anne Wesses 9 Dec. 1702 These are christianing dates which usually happened after the child was born, sometimes years after. But it brings in a daughter Debora. Anna Wessel's parents were supposed to be Warner & Debora Wessel. If this is true then the Debora christianing in 1697 makes sense. So now do we have as children of Charles II and Anna (Wessel) Tooker as follows (assuming they were married abt. 1694): Charles born abt. 1694 Warner born abt. 1696 christ 1702 Debora christ. 5 Sept. 1697 Maria christ. 18 Sept. 1700 Anna christ. Feb 1700 Sarah (no dates) John born abt 1705 I think we still have too much second hand information. We really need to see the records for the church and cemetery that supposedly says Charles III was 65 when he died. SDW The 1694 marriage date for Charles Tucker Jr. and Anna Wessells is probably pretty close. They both signed deed of sale for 80 acres to John Thomas, tailor of New York City in August of 1697.

Child of Charles Tucker and Anna Wessells is:

2144 i. Warner Tucker.

4292. John Lambert, born Abt. 1652 in Wiltshire, Co Surrey, Eng; died 1736 in Elizabeth, Union, Nj. He was the son of 8584. Roger Lambert and 8585. Eleanor Lambert. He married 4293. Hannah Ross Abt. 1679 in Elizabeth, Union, Nj. 4293. Hannah Ross, born 14 Aug 1668 in New Haven, New Haven, Ct; died 22 Dec 1748 in Elizabethtown, Union, N.j.. She was the daughter of 8586. George Ross and 8587. Constance Little. Child of John Lambert and Hannah Ross is:

2146 i. James Lambert, born Abt. 1692 in Elizabeth, Union, Nj; died 26 Jun 1779 in Hopewell, Mercer, Nj; married (1) Elizabeth Lambert Bef. 1717; married (2) Elizabeth Horton 18 Nov 1721 in Rahway, Elizabethtown, Nj.

4304. Stephen Hand, born Bet. 1634 - 1635 in Tonbridge, Kent, England/Tonbridge, England; died 15 Apr 1693 in East Hampton, Long Island, New York. He was the son of 8608. John Hand and 8609. Alice Gransden. He married 4305. Jane Wright. 4305. Jane Wright, born 1664 in East Guilford, New Haven, Ct. Child of Stephen Hand and Jane Wright is:

2152 i. Joseph Hand, born 1664 in East Hampton, Suffolk, Ny; died 08 Jul 1713 in East Hampton, Suffolk, Ny; married Elizabeth Hand.

4316. Robert Dennis, born Bet. 1609 - 1613 in UK; died in probably in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ. He married 4317. Mary Dennis. 4317. Mary Dennis Child of Robert Dennis and Mary Dennis is:

2158 i. John Dennis, born 1638 in probably in Yarmouth, MA; died 08 May 1689 in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ; married Sarah Bloomfield Dec 1668 in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ.

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4318. Thomas Bloomfield, born Abt. 1615 in Woodbridge, Suffolk, England; died Abt. 1686 in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ. He was the son of 8636. Thomas Bloomfield. He married 4319. Mary Bloomfield. 4319. Mary Bloomfield Child of Thomas Bloomfield and Mary Bloomfield is:

2159 i. Sarah Bloomfield, born 30 Dec 1643 in Newburyport, Essex Co., MA; died 05 May 1689 in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ; married John Dennis Dec 1668 in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ.

4358. Chief Wahanganoche Arroyha, born Abt. 1564 in Caroline Co VA; died Abt. 1666. He was the son of 8716. Chief Japasaw. Notes for Chief Wahanganoche Arroyha: From: THE VIRGINIA INDIAN TRIBES: 17TH CENTURY, Leaflet 57, Apr 1933, 2nd Printing Sept 1940, Dept of Indian Art, Denver Art Museum, Denver Colorado: "POTOMAC or PATAWOMEKE. An important tribe in 1600's centering about a town of the same name in Stafford County, Virginia on a peninsula formed by the Potomac River. Population then about 800. Today perhaps 150 mixed bloods live in the neighborhood, about 8 miles north of Fredericksburg." "The descendants of the Patawomeke Tribe in Stafford have always been proud of their Indian heritage and have passed down thier descent from Chief Japasaw for many generations. They have lived in the same area in and around Passapatanzy (8 miles North of Fredericksburg, VA, now on the border of Stafford and King George counties), the seat of Japasaw and his son, Wahanganoche, "King of Patomeck", since the early 1600's. footnote 8. "A Brief Outline of Recorded History of the Patawomeck Tribe" William L. Deyo, 2000. Chief Japasaw was a brother to Chief Powhatan, the first Indian leader met by the Jamestown colonists. Powhatan was the father of Pocahontas. Pocahontas's mother was from the Patawomeck Tribe, one of the tribes in the Powhatan Confederacy. Chief Wahanganoche, King of Patawomke, is last known to have lived at Passapatanazy in 1662 when Capt. Giles Brent and others were reprimanded for assault and false accusations against the chief. footnote 10, above source. "The family material on the Indian annihilation goes hand in had with the recorded history of the year 1666 when the General Court of Virginia declared war on the Patawomekes and other area tribes, at which time Capt. Giles Brent and others engaged in battle against the area indians. Since he had a personal grudge against the Patawomekes, havng been reprimanded and punished for his charges and assault against Chief Wahanganoche, it is most logical that they were prime targets. This fits with the Curtis ancestor, a Patawomeke Indian girl named "Ontonah", who was orphaned after both of her parents were killed during a confrontation between the whilte settlers and the Indians. The Curtis family raised Ontonah and gave her the Christian name of "Elizabeth". Elizabeth Ontonah married one of the Curtis boys with whom she was raised. Her name was repeated among her Stafford County descendants even up to the twentieth century. Information about the 1666 war against the Patawomeke Tribe is vital in understanding their fate. The following is taken from the Minutes of the General Council and General Court of Colonial Virginia, edited by H.R. McIlwaine. Meeting at James City, July the 10th 1666....It is therefore ordered for revenge of the former and for the prevention of future mischiefs that the towns of Monzation, Nanzimond, and Port Tobacco with the whole nation of the Doegs and Potomacks be forthwith prosecuted with war to their utter destruction if possible and that their women and children and their goods or as much of it as shall be taken to be disposed of according to instructions as shall be issued from the Right Honourable Governor. And it is further ordered that the said war be managed by such officers with such numbers of men and by such ways and means as the Governor shall think fit. The book "Pocahontas's People", by Helen C. Rountree, states (p95) that in July 1665 (apparently this should be 1666, per the General Coucil minutes above) war was declared on the Patawomekes, and states, "The outcome of

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the war is uncertain, but the Patawomecks disappear from the surviving English records thereafter." On the same page it is further stated that in June 1666, the English Governor ordered the Rappahannock County militia to attack and exterminate the Indians within reach, with permission to sell captive women and children into servitude. It should be noted that the domain of the Patawomekes straddled the adjoining counties of Stafford and Rappahannock at that time. The fate of Chief Wahanganoche, King of the Patawomeke was as follows: He was taken to Williamsburg, Va in 1662 and tried by the court there on charges brought against him and others by Capt. Giles Brent. He was acquitted of all charges and was allowed to return home. Chief Wahanganoche was apparently given a silver medallion during this time, by the Virginia Assembly. (Henings Statutes, vol 2 p 142) After the trial, Chief Wahanganoche and his company headed back to Passipatanzy, but the old chief never made it back home. Chief Wahanganoche's silver medallion was unearthed in Caroline County in the early 1860's, in a area that was logically in the path of the chief on his way home from Williamsburg. A letter written on 1 April 1664 by Col John Catlett to his cousin in England, telling of the events of the past year, told of the capture and trial of the "King of Potomek", indicating that he was, in Catlett's belief, unjustly acquited. He told of the death of the chief on his way home after his release and believed that he got what he deserved. Chief Wahanganoche's death is not described, and it is not clear whether it was natural or by murder. From Laws of Virginia from the First Session of the Legislature, in the Year 1619. By William Waller Hening Volume II. New York, 1823 pp. 153-161, (March, 1661-2---14th Charles II.) WHEREAS by the report of lieutenant collonel John Walker ... it appeares that Mrs. Mary Ludlow, relict and executrix of lieutenant collonel Thomas Ludlow deceased, hath entrencheth upon the Chesquiack Indians land at Pyanketancke, ... WHEREAS Wahanganoche king of the Potowmeck Indians acknowledged ... the sale of that whole tract of land possest by Mr. Henry Mee in Potowmeck ... WHEREAS Wahanganoche ... sold a prcell of land to Mr. Peter Austin, ... IT is ordered ... that coll. John Carter issue warrants for William Johnsons appearance at the next quarter court ... METAPPIN a Powhatan Indian being sold for life time to one Elizabeth Short by the king of Wainoake Indians ... be free ... ...

Child of Chief Wahanganoche Arroyha is:

2179 i. Keziah Arroyah.

4612. Harry Thomas Owen, born Abt. 1630 in Machynlleth, Montgomeryshire, Wales; died Aft. Mar 1685/86. He was the son of 9224. Thomas Owen. He married 4613. Elizabeth Owen. 4613. Elizabeth Owen Notes for Harry Thomas Owen: UA Record #:2405

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Harry Thomas Owen was sometimes called Henry Thomas Owen or Harry Thomas. He was the original Quaker in this line. He decided upon the truth of the Quaker religion as a young man and is listed in Besse's "Suffering of the Quakers" along with Evan Harry as imprisoned, very hardly used, lodging on bare boards and having their water sometimes kept from them. From 1662 to 1681, his name frequently occurs in the Quarter session records of Montgomery County as fined for non-attendance of the established church (Anglican?) and it notes that he was a Quaker. He was presented to the Grand Jury, as a Quaker, in the April Sessions, 1681. (C-437, p.574) His birth and death dates are not known but estimated. He was likely to be alive in 1686 when he is mentioned in PA Quaker records as the father of Hugh Harry who needed monetary help from his son's in America. (C-437, p.6)

Child of Harry Owen and Elizabeth Owen is:

2306 i. Hugh Harry, born 1662 in Machynlleth, Montgomeryshire, Wales; died Aft. 28 Sep 1708 in Birmingham Twp., Chester Co., PA, USA; married Elizabeth Brinton 12 Apr 1686 in Chichester, Chester Co., PA, USA.

4614. William Brinton, born Nov 1636 in Lower Gornall (Gournall), co. Staffordshire, England; died Abt. 1700 in Birmingham Twp., Chester Co., PA, USA. He was the son of 9228. Thomas Brinton and 9229. Ann Biddle. He married 4615. Ann Bagley Abt. 1659 in co. Staffordshire, ENG. 4615. Ann Bagley, born Bef. 27 Apr 1634 in Sedgeley, Staffordshire,England; died 1699 in Birmingham Twp., Chester Co., PA, USA. She was the daughter of 9230. Edward Bagley and 9231. Olive Bagley. Notes for William Brinton: In UA Record #:2762 on CD-102 an alternate birthday of 1634 is given. It's listed as 1632 in Harry's book. When William and Ann had married, Ann had been a Quaker for about three years previous. William and Ann emigrated from England in 1684 and settled in Grubbs Landing, New Castle Co., Delaware. He and his family had been living at Nether Gornall, Sedgley, Stafford, England when his eldest daughter had married on 4/18/1684, shortly before their departure. William and Ann were received on certificate from the Dudley Monthly Meeting by the Philadelphia Monthly Meeting on 9/4/1684. William and family barely survived their first year in the colonies. They had only a temporary shelter for both of them and their son, William during that very severe first winter. The only way they made it through was from game supplied by the Indians that traversed the route by their shelter. Once the weather cleared, William built them a log cabin and planted a pear tree as a symbol of fruitful future. He purchased 50 acres from Thomas King in March of 1686 and 450 acres in Oct. of that same year in Birmingham. These purchases included the lands on which he was already living. In 1688 he purchased an additional 400 acres. (C-1364) William and Ann came to the Americas and endured this hardship, because as a Quaker, he had lost much of what he owned to the British government. He again was on the unpopular side of religion within seven years of coming to America as he joined up with the rebellious Quaker, George Keith. This group after a few years, fractured and broke up and which point William and family returned to the Orthodox Quaker church where he was a member in good standing at Concord Monthly Meeting at the time of his death. He lived in Birmingham, Chester Co., PA when he wrote his will on the 6th month, 20th day, 1699. It was proved at Philadelphia on Dec. 1, 1700. (C-749) Both Ann and William died around 1700. They are buried at the Concord Monthly Meeting in New Castle Co., DE. (C-956)

Notes for Ann Bagley: Farmer's book gives her surname as Sedgley. One of these surnames is likely a misinterpretation of the handwritten first hand document or a mixup of the place they lived with their surname. She is also UA Record #:4178 in CD-100. (C-956)

Child of William Brinton and Ann Bagley is:

2307 i. Elizabeth Brinton, born 09 Aug 1665 in Worcestershire, England; died Aft. 08 Nov 1727; married Hugh Harry 12 Apr 1686 in Chichester, Chester Co., PA, USA.

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4672. Garrard Ford He married 4673. Mary Ford. 4673. Mary Ford Child of Garrard Ford and Mary Ford is:

2336 i. Garrard Ford, born 1690; died 10 Nov 1746 in Westmoreland, Virginia; married Elizabeth Bef. 1720.

4676. George Seaton, born in Probably Scotland. Child of George Seaton is:

2338 i. James Seaton, born 1678 in St. Pauls Parish, Stafford Co, Va; died 20 Sep 1744 in St. Pauls Parish, Stafford Co, Va; married Frances Seaton Abt. 1716.

4704. Thomas Lee, born Abt. 1672 in Carreckfergus, Antrim, Ireland. Child of Thomas Lee is:

2352 i. Gershom Lee, born Bet. 1698 - 1700 in Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim, Ireland; died Bet. 1750 - 1754 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey; married Mary Drake Bet. 1731 - 1732 in Piscataway, , Nj.

4706. Andrew Drake, born 20 Jan 1684/85 in Piscataway, NJ; died 01 Jan 1742/43 in Middlesex Co, NJ. He was the son of 9412. Captain George Drake and 9413. Mary Oliver. He married 4707. Hannah FitzRandolph 22 May 1703 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey. 4707. Hannah FitzRandolph, born 04 Feb 1687/88 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey; died 26 Jun 1742 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey. She was the daughter of 5430. Joseph FitzRandolph and 5431. Joanna (Hannah) Belconger. More About Andrew Drake: Burial: Jan 1742/43, Piscataway, NJ Child of Andrew Drake and Hannah FitzRandolph is:

2353 i. Mary Drake, born 19 Feb 1710/11 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey; died 1750 in New Jersey; married Gershom Lee Bet. 1731 - 1732 in Piscataway, , Nj.

4800. Peter Etter, born 1628 in Ferenbalm, , Kanton Bern, Switzerland; died in Kanton Bern, Switzerland. He was the son of 9600. Peter Etter and 9601. Elsi Wolf. He married 4801. Elsbeth Forster. 4801. Elsbeth Forster Child of Peter Etter and Elsbeth Forster is:

2400 i. Heinrich Etter, born 1653 in Oberried (now Ried Bei Kezers), Kanton Freiberg, Switzerland; married Elsbeth Steinmann.

4808. Jacob Banga, born 20 Feb 1596/97 in Switzerland; died 20 Sep 1687 in Basel Switzerland. He was the son of 9616. Peter Banga and 9617. Anna Mezger. He married 4809. Ursula Ulzar Utz. 4809. Ursula Ulzar Utz, born 04 Feb 1592/93 in Switzerland; died 15 Nov 1689 in Basel Switzerland. Child of Jacob Banga and Ursula Utz is:

2404 i. Jacob Banga, born 03 Mar 1657/58 in St. Peters Church Munchenstein, , Basel, Switzerland/Munchenstein, Switzerland; died 16 Aug 1718 in Munchenstein, , Basel, Switzerland; married Maria Seilerin 09 Dec 1715.

4810. Johannes Seiler, born 1632 in Riggisberg, Kanton Bern , Switzerland; died 1675. He was the son of 9620. Hans Seiler and 9621. Marie Egerin. He married 4811. Margreth Bruderlin. 4811. Margreth Bruderlin, born 1631 in Riggisberg, Kanton Bern , Switzerland; died 1708 in Riggisberg,

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Kanton Bern , Switzerland. She was the daughter of 9622. Peter Bruderlin and 9623. Margaret Sedemannin. Child of Johannes Seiler and Margreth Bruderlin is:

2405 i. Maria Seilerin, born 1656 in Basel, St Peters Ch, Basel, Switzerland; died 06 Jan 1730/31; married Jacob Banga 09 Dec 1715.

4812. Hans Capp, born 1644; died 1704 in Muttenz, , Switzerland. He was the son of 9624. Mathas Capp. He married 4813. Catherine Noe. 4813. Catherine Noe, born 1645; died 02 Mar 1698/99 in Muttenz, , Switzerland. Child of Hans Capp and Catherine Noe is:

2406 i. Mathis Capp, married Anna Margaret Massmunster.

4832. Johannas Lindamuth He married 4833. Regina Lindamood. 4833. Regina Lindamood Child of Johannas Lindamuth and Regina Lindamood is:

2416 i. Johannas Georg Lindamuth, born 26 Feb 1686/87 in Bodigheim, Germany; died 08 Nov 1751 in Lancaster PA; married Barbara Keller.

5394. Jacobus Kolfs He married 5395. Sarah Pieters Hasenbraek. 5395. Sarah Pieters Hasenbraek Child of Jacobus Kolfs and Sarah Hasenbraek is:

2697 i. Gaertje Colfs, born Abt. 1658 in Leyden, Netherlands; died Bef. 16 Sep 1704 in Flatbush, NY; married Cornelius Janszen Loyse 1678 in Bushwick, NY.

5400. Frans Sijmonsen Brouwer, born 1596 in Katwijk In Kew, Netherlands. He was the son of 10800. Sijmon Brouwer. He married 5401. Caatje Abt. 1620 in Katwijk, South Holland, Netherlands. 5401. Caatje Child of Frans Brouwer and Caatje is:

2700 i. Adam Pieterse Brouwer Berchoven, born Abt. 1620 in Cologne, Rhine Province OR Hoorn, Netherlands; died 21 Mar 1691/92 in Breuklen, Long Island, New York; married Magdalena Jacobs Verdon 19 Mar 1644/45 in Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York.

5402. Jacob Janss Verdon, born 1600 in possibly in the vicinity of La Rochelle, France; died Bet. 1635 1638. He was the son of 10804. Jean Verdon. He married 5403. Maria Thomas Badie. 5403. Maria Thomas Badie She was the daughter of 10806. Thomas Baddia and 10807. Aeltje Braconie. Notes for Jacob Janss Verdon: Originally the Verdon's or de Verdon's arrived in England with William the conquerer and then at the request of the King ent to Ireland with Prince John in 1185. The family was given the manor at dundalk in louth and other lands around louth, meath and west meath as well as around Dublin. Some remained in England as well as France The Verdons resided primarily in Brooklyn, in the section known as Gowanus. You can find a comprehensive genealogy of the Verdons in the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 1933. It will provide you with the various records that support the information above. I think the url for the NY Genealogical Society is NYG&B.org.

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Children of Jacob Verdon and Maria Badie are:

2701 i. Magdalena Jacobs Verdon, born Abt. 1625 in prob New Amsterdam, New York County, NY; died Aft. 12 Aug 1698 in Gowanus, Breukelen Province, NY; married Adam Pieterse Brouwer Berchoven 19 Mar 1644/45 in Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. Thomas Jacobs Verdon

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5416. James Mitchell, born Abt. 1627 in Scotland; died in Elizabeth N.j.. He was the son of 10832. Mathew Mitchell and 10833. Sarah (Susan) Butterfield. He married 5417. Mary Mitchell. 5417. Mary Mitchell, born in Scotland. Notes for James Mitchell: James emigrated to US from Scotland around 1683 Child of James Mitchell and Mary Mitchell is:

2708 i. Jacob Mitchell, born Bet. 1657 - 1673 in Elizabeth, Union, New Jersey; died 1730; married (1) Hannah Hallstead; married (2) Mary Morse.

5418. Timothy Hallstead, born 1658 in Hempsted, Nassau, New York/Nassau Co., NY; died 27 Feb 1734/35 in Elizabethtown, Union, New Jersey. He was the son of 10836. Timothy Hallstead and 10837. Hannah Williams. He married 5419. Abigail Carman 1685. 5419. Abigail Carman More About Timothy Hallstead: Burial: St John's Episc., Elizabeth, New Jersey Child of Timothy Hallstead and Abigail Carman is:

2709 i. Hannah Hallstead, born 1690 in NJ; died Aft. 1735; married Jacob Mitchell.

5428. John Morris, born Abt. 1654 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey. He married 5429. Mary Small 27 Mar 1676 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey. 5429. Mary Small, born Abt. 1658 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey. Child of John Morris and Mary Small is:

2714 i. John Morris, born 24 Jun 1680 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey; died in Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey; married Mary FitzRandolph 06 Oct 1712 in Middlesex NJ.

5430. Joseph FitzRandolph, born 01 Mar 1655/56 in Barnstable, Barnstable, Ma; died 18 Jan 1725/26 in Piscataway, Middlesex, Nj. He was the son of 10860. Edward FitzRandolph and 10861. Elizabeth Blossom. He married 5431. Joanna (Hannah) Belconger. 5431. Joanna (Hannah) Belconger, born 01 Aug 1670 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, Nj; died 1742 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, Nj. She was the daughter of 10862. John Belconger and 10863. Elizabeth Belconger. Notes for Joseph FitzRandolph: The sons of Edward and Elizabeth, Joseph, John, Thomas, and Benjamin were Baptists, while Nathaniel was a Quaker. Jpseph's nephew, Nathaniel FitzRandolph dontated land to princeton university, where the FitzRandolph gate and observatory are named in his honor. Notes for Joanna (Hannah) Belconger: Typo

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Joanne Conger's Parents were John Belconger and Mary Kelly. This John's Parents were the John & Elizabeth shown in this tree. Mary Kelly's parents were John and Mary Kelly of Newbury Essex MA Children of Joseph FitzRandolph and Joanna Belconger are:

i. Hannah FitzRandolph, born 04 Feb 1687/88 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey; died 26 Jun 1742 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey; married Andrew Drake 22 May 1703 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey; born 20 Jan 1684/85 in Piscataway, NJ; died 01 Jan 1742/43 in Middlesex Co, NJ. More About Andrew Drake: Burial: Jan 1742/43, Piscataway, NJ 2715 ii. Mary FitzRandolph, born 03 Aug 1693 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey; died in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey; married John Morris 06 Oct 1712 in Middlesex NJ.

Child of Joseph FitzRandolph is: 5440. John Young, born Abt. 1621 in <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>; died 16 Dec 1672 in Charlestown, Mass. He was the son of 10880. Rowland Young. He married 5441. Sarah Young. 5441. Sarah Young Notes for John Young: TBD: is this John Young both ancestor of Brigham Young and Israel Young? Brigham Young had ggggrandfather John Young married to Sara Young in Boston. Brigham Young also had ggrandmother who as Mass Cotton likely tied into this line also. An Alice Young was New England's first known convict for whitchcraft and hanged at Windsor Connecticut in 1647. Her husband John then moved away. The same John? Child of John Young and Sarah Young is:

2720 i. John Young, born 1653 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire; died 10 Jun 1697 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire; married Sarah Wadleigh Feb 1671/72 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire.

5442. Robert Wadleigh, born 1628 in Probaly, Bristol, Glouster, England; died 1701. He was the son of 10884. John Wadleigh and 10885. Mary Wadleigh. He married 5443. Sarah Smith. 5443. Sarah Smith Notes for Robert Wadleigh: Occupation: Millwright, Ferryman, Tavernkeeper, Constable Child of Robert Wadleigh and Sarah Smith is:

2721 i. Sarah Wadleigh, born 15 Jun 1655 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, New England; married John Young Feb 1671/72 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire.

5444. Robert Beedle, born Bet. 1633 - 1645 in Newbury, NH. He was the son of 10888. Robert Beedle and 10889. Mary Magdalene Beedle. He married 5445. Mary Beedle. 5445. Mary Beedle Child of Robert Beedle and Mary Beedle is:

2722 i. Robert Beadle, born 05 Jan 1674/75 in Newbury, NH; married Anna Carr 11 Nov 1702 in Amesbury Mass.

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5446. George W. Carr, born 15 Apr 1644 in Salisbury,Essex,Mass.. He was the son of 10892. George Carr and 10893. Elizabeth Oliver. He married 5447. Anna Seaborn Cotton 08 Nov 1677 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts. 5447. Anna Seaborn Cotton, born 22 Aug 1661 in HAMPTON,Rockingham,NH; died 06 Dec 1702 in Boston,Suffolk,MA. She was the daughter of 10894. Rev Seaborn Cotton and 10895. Dorothy Bradstreet. Notes for George W. Carr: From the will of Seaborn Cotton 1684 Household goods, Horses, Catle, etc: I doe will It bee divided betwixt Rowland, & my six daughters, as is after expressed, my Three Eldest Daughters, Dorothy, Anne, & Sarah, to have my three silver Beere Cups remaining, they chusing each of them one, according to theyre Ages: My three Younger Daughters, Elizabeth, Mercy, & Maryah, to Have my silver wine cups, & spoones Child of George Carr and Anna Cotton is:

2723 i. Anna Carr, born Abt. 1681 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts; married Robert Beadle 11 Nov 1702 in Amesbury Mass.

5448. Haniel Clark, born Abt. 1650 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts. He was the son of 10896. Edward Clark. He married 5449. Mary Gutterson 20 Aug 1678 in Haverhill, Essex, Mass. 5449. Mary Gutterson, born 20 Aug 1678 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 10898. William Gutterson and 10899. Elizabeth Gutterson. Child of Haniel Clark and Mary Gutterson is:

2724 i. Edward Clark, born 29 Mar 1694 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts; died Bef. 06 Jan 1745/46 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts; married Sarah Stevens 12 Feb 1713/14 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts.

5450. Nathanial Stevens, born Abt. 1670 in Salisbury,Essex,Massachusetts. Child of Nathanial Stevens is:

2725 i. Sarah Stevens, born Abt. 1696 in Salisbury,Essex,Massachusetts; married Edward Clark 12 Feb 1713/14 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts.

5452. John Kelly, born 02 Jul 1642 in Newbury Mass; died 21 Mar 1717/18 in Newbury Mass. He was the son of 10904. John Kelly. He married 5453. Lydia Ames 05 Mar 1714/15. 5453. Lydia Ames Child of John Kelly and Sarah Knight is: Child of John Kelly and Lydia Ames is:

2726 i. Abiel Kelly, born 12 Dec 1672 in Newbury Mass; died 18 Jun 1750; married Rebecca Davis 05 Jan 1695/96 in Newbury Mass.

5454. Samual Davis, born 26 Nov 1640 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts; died 10 Sep 1696 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts. He was the son of 10908. James Davis and 10909. Cicely (Sissilla) Thayer. He married 5455. Deborah Barnes 17 Dec 1663 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts. 5455. Deborah Barnes, born 01 Apr 1646 in Salisbury,Essex,Massachusetts; died 14 Jan 1718/19 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 10910. William Barnes and 10911. Rachel Lord. Child of Samual Davis and Deborah Barnes is:

2727 i. Rebecca Davis, born Abt. 1677 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts; married Abiel Kelly 05 Jan 1695/96 in Newbury Mass.

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5632. William Jennens, born 1617. He was the son of 11264. Joseph Jennens. He married 5633. Mary Messenger. 5633. Mary Messenger, born Abt. 1620. Child of William Jennens and Mary Messenger is:

2816 i. Henry Jennings, born 1642; died 1705; married Sarah Jennings.

5634. Lord of Tarsau John Jennens, born 1579; died 1653. He was the son of 11268. William Jennens and 11269. Johanna Elliot. He married 5635. Joyce Weamen. 5635. Joyce Weamen Notes for Lord of Tarsau John Jennens: JOHN JENNINGS was an " IRONMONGER' of Birmingham, England . Lord of Tarsau. His home was the manor of " Nether Whitacre". Children of John Jennens and Joyce Weamen are:

2817 i. ii. Sarah Jennings, born 1634; died 1665; married Henry Jennings. Sir Humphrey Jennings, born 1649.

5650. John Haddon, born 1648 in Rotherkithe, London, Eng. He married 5651. Elizabeth Clark Bef. 1684. 5651. Elizabeth Clark, born 1652 in Southwark, London, Eng. Child of John Haddon and Elizabeth Clark is:

2825 i. Sarah Haddon, born 1684 in Southwark, London, Eng; married Benjamin Hopkins.

5660. Francis Austin, born Abt. 1645 in Horsmonden, Kent, England; died 15 Mar 1686/87 in Horsemonden, Kent, England. He was the son of 11320. Alexander Austen and 11321. Catherine Lamberd. He married 5661. Elizabeth Austin. 5661. Elizabeth Austin Child of Francis Austin and Elizabeth Austin is:

2830 i. Francis Austin, born 1674 in Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England; died in Evesboro, Burlington, Nj; married Mary Barton 15 Sep 1696 in Haddenfield, Burlington Co, New Jersey.

5662. John Borton, born 25 Jan 1633/34 in Aynhoe, Northampton, England; died 28 Jul 1687 in Hilsdown, Burlington, Nj. He was the son of 11324. William Borton and 11325. Elizabeth Borton. He married 5663. Annie Kinton. 5663. Annie Kinton, born 1636 in Of Aynho Parish, Northampton, England; died 08 Jan 1687/88 in Hillsdown, Evesham, Burlington, New Jersey. She was the daughter of 11326. William Kinton and 11327. Elizabeth Kinton. Notes for John Borton: John Borton was baptised January 25, 1634 in St. Michael's Church in Aynho, Northamptonshire, England, son of William and Elizabeth Borton. He died July 31, 1687 in Hillsdown, Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, New Jersey and is buried in the Friends Burial Ground in Evesham, New Jersey. He married Anne Kinton on April 12, 1658 at St. Michael's Church, Aynho, Northamptonshire, England. She was born about 1636 in Croughton, Northamptonshire,England and died about 1688 at Hillsdown, Evesham Twp, Burlington County, New Jersey. She is buried in the Friends Burial Ground in Evesham,New Jersey. John and Anne Borton had eight children. 1. Jane Borton bapt. March 13, 1659 Aynho, Northamptonshire, England; died about the middle of November,

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1688, not married 2. Anne Borton 3. Elizabeth Borton 4. Esther Borton 5. John Borton Jr. 6. William Borton 7. Susanna Borton was born 24 8 mo 1675. Not much is known about Susanna. 8. Mary Borton

Certificate of Removal of John Borton To all Friends, or any other person whom it may concern: Whereas the Bearer, John Borton, of Aynho, belonging to Aderbury Meeting in ye county of Oxon, doth now intend to leave this, his native country England, to go with Ann his wife and his family for the isle called New Jersey. These are to certify to all whom it may concern, that we whose names are hereto subscribed, have known ye said John and Ann Borton these many years and that they have walked honestly among us, living in the fear of God and in obedience to the blessed truths revealed in this our day, and have been of good savor to friends and neighbors in ye village where they dwell and also serviceable to truth in their place and therefore their said intentions being laid before us at our monthly meeting at Barton in ye said County of Oxon, the 5th day of the 3rd month 1679, we and other friends found freedom in ourselves to give this testimony concerning them. Witness and Hands: Richard Tredwell Richard Parker Bray Daily Christy Barrett Ralph Hill Richard Maull John Smith John Gardner Simeon Thompson Thomas Butcher Thomas Olliffe George Ason Richard Vivers Thomas Penn Timothy Burbe Jr. Thomas Mercer Richard Haines Nathaniel Ball John Butcher James Trepper Peter Barrett Timothy Burbe Sr. William Potter Thomas Shelvell William Tredwell John Hastings John Longs

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Passenger List of The Amity Richard Diamond, Master, from Downs, England, arrived 1682

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Borton, Ann, wf.John Borton, John, from Aynho-on-Hill, Northumberland Collings, Francis, bricklayer from London Collings,Sarah, wf. Francis Elizabeth, dau.Francis Collings, Joseph, s. Francis Collings, Margaret, dau.Francis Collings, Priscilla, dau. Francis Collings, Rebecca, dau. Francis Collings, Sarah, dau. Francis Engle, Robert Evans, William Gardiner, Thomas Haines, Richard from Aynho-on-Hill, Northumberland Haines, Margaret, wf. Richard Haines, Mary, dau. Richard Haines, Joseph, s. Richard Collings, b. at sea Haines, Richard, s. Richard Hains, William, s. Richard Moore, Benjamin, Birmingham, Lincolnshire, Eng. Prickitt, Zackariah Troth, William, from England

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Will of John Borton Ye 28th day of ye fifth month 1687 I, John Borton of Hillsdown, being weak in body but of perfect memory,have made this my last will and testament in manners as follows: Imprimis, I commit my soul to Almighty God who gave it me and my body to ye earth from whence it came, and to be laid in ye Burial Ground of Friends of Burlington ITEM: I give to my son John that Settlement called Hillsdown, lying in the South Side of Northampton River, being in quantity 300 acres and somewhat more, together with barn, house and all other outhouses with garden, orchard, and all manner of improvements to whatsoever, except one third part thereof which I give to my dear wife Ann Borton and five pounds a year which she will during her natural life and widowhood. I also give to my son John, a two and thirtieth part of a property through ye county and one yoak of oxen. ITEM: I give to my son William the settlement fronting upon Northampton River northward, being in quantity 100 acres and somewhat more, with house, barn, garden, orchards, together with all manner of improvements hereinto belonging to my 3 lots upon Burlington Island and also 2 and 30th part of a property throughout the County, with one yoak of oxen. ITEM: I give to my grandchildren 10 shillings apiece. All ye rest of my cattle and goods I give to my wife and six daughters, my debts and legacies being first paid, as follows: VIZ: one third to my wife and ye other 2/3 to be divided equally among my six daughters. John Borton Signed in the presence of us: John Wollman, Enoch Cole

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More About John Borton: Burial: Hilsdown, Burlington, Nj More About Annie Kinton: Burial: Hillsdown, Evesham, Burlington, New Jersey Child of John Borton and Annie Kinton is:

2831 i. Mary Barton, born 05 Oct 1679 in Aynho, Northamptonshire, England; died 1739 in Evesham, Burlington, New Jersey; married Francis Austin 15 Sep 1696 in Haddenfield, Burlington Co, New Jersey.

5664. Nicholas? Blackford Child of Nicholas? Blackford is:

2832 i. Samuel Blackford, born 1640 in Plymouth, Devon, England/Devon, England; died Bet. 1711 - 1712 in probably, Piscataway, NJ; married (1) Anne Munday; married (2) Hannah Smalley Abt. 1665 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts.

5666. John Smalley, born Abt. 1613 in England; died 20 Jul 1692 in Piscataway, , , New Jersey. He married 5667. Anne Walden 29 Nov 1638 in Plymouth, , Barnstable, Massachusetts. 5667. Anne Walden, born Abt. 1623 in England; died 29 Jan 1692/93 in Piscataway, , , New Jersey. She was the daughter of 11334. Ralph Walden and 11335. Joyce Wallen. Notes for John Smalley: John came on the William & Francis in 1632, resided in Plymouth, freeman 1 Mar 1642, removed to Eastham 1645, and Piscataway by 1670.1 From Lora Altine Woodbury Underhill's account of John Smalley:10 "John Smalley came over with Edward Winslow in the William and Francis, sailing from London March 9, 1632, and arrived in New England, June 5, 1632. "In 1637/38, a garden place at Willingsley Brook and six acres upon Woberry Plain, in Plymouth County, were granted 'John Smaley'; and in 1640, five acres 'in the South Meddows towards Aggawam, Colebrook Meddowes.' These three lots of land he sold, March 21, 1644, to Edmund Tilson, with 'all his house and housing and garden place'; signature 'John Smalley.' September 7, 1641, he was propounded for freeman; admitted and sworn, March 1, 1641/42. In August, 1643, 'John Smaley' appeared in a list of 'all the males that are able to bear armes from XVI years old to 60 yeares wthin the seuerall Townshipps,' in Plymouth Colony. "Among the prominent men who removed from Plymouth, in April, 1644, to Nauset (now Eastham), far down on Cape Cod, were: John Smalley, Richard Higgins, Nicholas Snow, Edward Bangs, John Doane, John Young, Josias Cook and others. (See History of Cape Cod, by Frederick Freeman, 1858.) 'John Smaley' was appointed Constable at 'Nawsett,' June 1, 1647; Surveyor of Highways, June 6, 1649; of the 'Grand Inquest' several times between 1654 and 1667. (Plymouth Colony Records, Court Orders, vol. 2: 115, 139.) "Not long after the latter date, John Smalley, with his wife and two sons, left Eastham; they are said to have tarried for a short time in Rhode Island, probably at the Saconnet settlement (now Little Compton, Rhode Island) with Richard Higgins and others; moving from there to Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey, 'where they were among the earliest pioneer freeholders of this New Jersey settlement.'"10 "Several years after obtaining his first grant of land in Piscataway, John Smalley had it surveyed. This was in 1677; in 1685, he took up another grant of land. On January 1, 1682, 'Jodiah' (elsewhere written Jediah) Higgins, one of the younger sons of Richard Higgins, of Eastham, obtained a grant described as 'ye fild by ye side of ye slow (slough) or swamp nar (near) Mr Smalley's house."10

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"John Smalley, an associate of Richard Higgins and the other pioneers in the settlement at Nausett, was neither freeman nor tax payer at Plymouth in 1636. He was, however, at Plymouth as early as 1638. By trade he was a tailor. He seems to have taken but very little part in public affairs. He was admitted a freeman at Plymouth in 1642. He was a constable at Nausett in 1646, a surveyor in 1649, and of the Grand Inquest in 1654, 1660 and 1665. He was specially favored by the court, and had land granted him in 1658 between Bridgewater and Weymouth, and in 1662 near Taunton. "Mr. Smalley was married at Plymouth to Ann Walden, Nov. 9 1638. No full list of his children appears. He had Hannah, born at Plymouth, June 14, 1641; John, at Plymouth, Sept. 8, 1644; Isaac, Dec. 11, 1647, and Mary, Dec. 11, 1647. The time of his death is not known, and we fail to find any settlemen t of his estate. He was living in January, 1668, and had a ward some six years of age, who wandered six or seven miles form his house into the woods and died from exposure. "Mr. Samlley was undoubtedly a man who did not seek notoriety. He seemed to enjoy the quietness of his farm more than the honors and troubles of office. He lived in peace with all men, there can be no doubt, and wa gathered to his fathers in peace. Many have supposed that from him descended the Smalleys or Smalls of the Cape. The writer also entertained a similar opinion until quite recently. Investigations by the writer of ancient documents, show that one branch of the Harwich Smalls, at least, descended from one Francis Small, a fisherman of Casco Bay, who, as early as 1657, purchased the land of Scitterygussett, the Sachem, near the site of the city of Portland, and that he assigned a portion of it to Mr. Jno. Phillips, in 1659. Family tradition is that the Smalls laid claim to land near Portland, and attempts at law to recover it were early made. The tradition is sustained by documents that not long since came to light, in which it appears that an attempt was made in the year 1764."3

Child of John Smalley and Anne Walden is:

2833 i. Hannah Smalley, born 14 Jun 1641 in Plymouth, Massachusetts; married Samuel Blackford Abt. 1665 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts.

Generation No. 14 8328. Bernard Taylor, born Bef. 1617 in England; died Unknown. He was the son of 16656. Bernard Taylor and 16657. Jane Milton. He married 8329. Thomasine Lane. 8329. Thomasine Lane She was the daughter of 16658. Gawain Lain. Notes for Bernard Taylor: [p taylor back.ged]

Children of Bernard Taylor and Thomasine Lane are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. Bernard Taylor, born Abt. 1623 in England; died Unknown. James Taylor, born Abt. 1630 in England; died Unknown. John Taylor, born Abt. 1632 in England; died Unknown. Richard Taylor, born Abt. 1634 in England; died Unknown. Gawain Taylor, born Abt. 1625 in England; died Abt. 1666; married Ursela Russell Abt. 1653 in Eng..

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8348. William Croasdale, born in Newah, York, England; died 29 Nov 1666 in Settle Monthly Meeting, Yorkshire. He married 8349. Elizabeth Croasdale. 8349. Elizabeth Croasdale, died 20 Apr 1672. More About Elizabeth Croasdale: Burial: Settle Monthly Meeting Graveyard, Newton, York Child of William Croasdale and Elizabeth Croasdale is:

4174 i. Thomas Croasdale, born 1644 in Yorkshire, England; died 1683 in Middletown, Bucks, Pa; married Agnes Hathornthwaite 1664 in England.

8350. William Hathornthwaite, born in Lancashire.

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Child of William Hathornthwaite is:

4175 i. Agnes Hathornthwaite, born 13 Jul 1633 in Tethem Parish, England; died 20 Aug 1684 in Middleton MM, Bucks Co., Pa; married Thomas Croasdale 1664 in England.

8384. James Finley, born 25 Oct 1583 in St. Andrews Church, Balchristie, Fife, Scotland; died 1620 in Scot. He was the son of 16768. James Finley and 16769. Elizabeth Warrender. He married 8385. Barbara Huntar 14 Jan 1602/03 in scot.. 8385. Barbara Huntar More About James Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Notes for Barbara Huntar: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] James Finley's First Wife More About Barbara Huntar: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Children of James Finley and Barbara Huntar are:

i. Alexander Finley More About Alexander Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001

Children of James Finley and Barbara Huntar are:

i. III James Finley, born 1614; died 1672 in Dundee, Scot; married Margaret Finley; died 1677. More About III James Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Margaret Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 4192 ii. John Finley, born 1619; died 1679; married Jane Henning 1639.

8468. Thomas Gardner, born 1592 in Sherborne, County of Dorser, Scotland; died 04 Sep 1677 in Salem Essex MA. He was the son of 16936. Thomas Gardner. He married 8469. Margaret Frier Bet. 1616 - 1620 in England. 8469. Margaret Frier Notes for Thomas Gardner: occ. Inkeeper edu. signed his name to several petitions and inventories rel. freeman 17 May 1637 [MBCR 1:373] d. 29 Dec 1674, Salem, Essex, MA, Age: 82 br. abt 30 Dec 1674, "Mr. Gardner's Hill" Salem res. 1624 to NE, Cape Ann; Salem 1626, Age: 32

Notes for Margaret Frier: rel. admitted Salem church 24 March 1639/40 from na interesting family web site:

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Thomas Gardner husbandman from Weymouth, Dorsetshire, spring 1623-4 superintendent of planting of the colongy sent by Western Advanturers of Dorchester, Entl. Succeeded by Roger Cnant also for one year. Settled at Salem. Juryman, otwn officer, deputy to General court. m (1) unknown. m (2) 1642 Damaris, widow of ___ Shattuck, who was prominent among the Quakers of the town. (A Shattuck was one of the main accusers in the witch trials, this "dour Quaker" had a son with epilepsy, and he successfully accused each of his neighbors who he didn't get along with of causing it!) Geneal in prep by Frank Augustine Gardner, MD. Sarah APPEARS to be daughter of wife 1. Another version has Sarah daughter of Thomas, merchant, and son of Thomas. But the first version gives Thomas I's will as his source.

Child of Thomas Gardner and Margaret Frier is:

4234 i. Richard Gardner, born 1626 in Dorset, England; died 23 Jan 1687/88 in Nantucket, Nantucket County, MA; married Sarah Shattuck 1652 in Salem, Essex, MA.

8470. Samuel Shattuck, died 1642 in Salem, Essex, MA. He was the son of 16940. William Shattuck and 16941. Susanah Hayden. He married 8471. Damaris Sibley Bef. 1620 in England. 8471. Damaris Sibley, died 28 Nov 1674 in Salem Essex MA. Notes for Damaris Sibley: rel. Religious Society of Friends

Children of Samuel Shattuck and Damaris Sibley are:

4235 i. ii. Sarah Shattuck, born 1632; died 1724 in Nantucket, Nantucket County, MA; married Richard Gardner 1652 in Salem, Essex, MA. Samuel Shattuck, born Abt. 1630 in Nantucket, Nantucket, Massachusetts; died 06 Jun 1689 in Salem Essex MA. Notes for Samuel Shattuck: a samuel shuttock family played a prominant role in the salem witch trials. the samuel shuttock mentioned certainly is closely related to samuel and demarus shuttock (son, grandson?], but it is unclear exactly how. from salem witch trials site: Bridget Bishop, "a singular character, not easily described," was born sometime between 1632 and 1637. Bishop married three times. Her third and final marriage, after the deaths of her first two husbands, was to Edward Bishop, who was employed as a "sawyer" (lumber worker). She appears to have had no children in any of her marriages. Although Bishop had been accused by more individuals of witchcraft than any other witchcraft defendant (many of the accusations were markedly vehement and vicious), it was not so much her "sundry acts of witchcraft" that caused her to be the first witch hanged in Salem, as it was her flamboyant life style and exotic manner of dress. Despite being a member of Mr. Hale's Church in Beverly (she remained a member in good standing until her death), Bishop often kept the gossip mill busy with stories of her publicly fighting with her various husbands, entertaining guests in home until late in the night, drinking and playing the forbidden game of shovel board, and being the mistress of two thriving taverns in town. Some even went so far as to say that Bishop's "dubious moral character" and shameful conduct caused, "discord [to] arise in other familes, and young people were in danger of corruption." Bishop's blatant disregard for the respected standards of puritan society made her a prime target for accusations of witchcraft. In addition to her somewhat outrageous (by Puritan standards) lifestyle, the fact that Bishop "was in the habit of dressing more artistically than women of the village" also contributed in large part to her conviction and execution. She was described as wearing, "a black cap, and a black hat, and a red paragon

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bodice bordered and looped with different colors." This was a showy costume for the times. Aside from encouraging rumors and social disdain, this "showy costume" was used as evidence against her at her trial for witchcraft. In his deposition, Shattuck , the town dyer mentions, as corroborative proof of Bishop being a witch, that she used to bring to his dye house "sundry pieces of lace" of shapes and dimensions entirely outside his conceptions of what would be needed in the wardrobe of a plain and honest woman. Fashionable apparel was regarded by some as a "snare and sign of the devil." On April 18, 1692, when a warrant was issued for Bishop's arrest for witchcraft, she was no stranger to the courthouse. In 1680 she had been charged (but cleared) of witchcraft, and on other occasions she had ended up in the courthouse for violent public quarreling with her husband. Bishop had never seen or met any of her accusers until her questioning. While several of the afflicted girls cried out and writhed in the supposed pain she was causing them, John Hathorn and Jonathan Corwin questioned her, although there was little doubt in either of their minds as to her guilt: .... more tesitmony against Bridget Bishop: Samuel Shattuck shared a strange tale with the courtroom. He said that a while back Bridget Bishop had begun to drop in on his house for various errands and his eldest son began to fall ill. The boy often fell as if pushed and got great bruises. He would walk on a board in the yard and would not come off of it until bodily removed. <47> One day a stranger came into town and appeared to mean to stir up trouble for Bridget. He told the Shattucks that their boy was bewitched and that if they would tell him who they thought was the culprit he would speak to her. After a series of questions (on the part of the visitor) the Shattucks decided that Bridget was the one bewitching their child. The stranger and another of the Shattuck's children went to see Bridget and she chased them off her property with a spade. When the stranger and the child returned, they both looked worse for the wear. Another site: However, several accusers were Quakers. Samuel and Sarah Shattuck testified against Bridget Bishop and Alice Parker, convinced those women had bewitched their eldest son. [the son had epilepsy, motivating the Shattucks to testify against many they didn't like. ].

8472. Aquila Chase Child of Aquila Chase is:

4236 i. Thomas Chase, died 1652; married Mary Philbrick.

8474. Thomas Philbrick He married 8475. Anne Knapp. 8475. Anne Knapp She was the daughter of 16950. William Knapp. Child of Thomas Philbrick and Anne Knapp is:

4237 i. Mary Philbrick, died 11 Feb 1676/77; married Thomas Chase.

8576. Charles Tucker, born Bet. 1636 - 1641; died 1710. He was the son of 17152. Capt John Tucker and 17153. Mary Tucker. He married 8577. Mary Mitchell Aft. 1666 in Elizabethtown NJ. 8577. Mary Mitchell Notes for Charles Tucker: And this brings us to Charles, eldest son of Capt. John Tucker. In 1664, Charles Tucker, Capt. John Tucker's oldest son, was recruited by Phillip Carteret to help settle a new colony to be established in New Jersey which had recently been seized from the Dutch. On Feb 19, 1665, Charles was one of 80 original "Associates" who signed an oath of "leageance and fidelty"

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at the founding of Elizabeth Town, New Jersey. At the time, Charles Tucker was about 30 years old and was reportley married to Mary Mitchell. Charles had at least 3 sons born before 1680, John, Joseph and Charles Jr. In 1694, Charles "Tooker" Jr. signed a list supporting the retention of Rev. John Harrington as the pastor of the First Church of Elizabeth Town. (In 1694, the First Church was still a Congregational or Puritan church. It converted to Presbyterian in 1717/18.) The fact the Charles Tucker Sr. did not sign the list suggests that he may have been dead by 1694. On the other hand, the use of Jr. designation may mean that his father was still alive. (There was no other Charles Tooker in Elizabeth Town area at this time.) Charles was probably not married at the time he settled in Elizabeth Town in 1665/66. Southold records do not show any Mitchell families, however there were two Mitchell families in Elizabeth Town. He was probably married in Elizabeth Town. Charles Tucker Sr. was born in London, England and grew up in New Haven, CT and Southold, Long Island and settled in Elizabeth Town in 1665. Charles Tooker Sr. of Elizabeth Town ran a blacksmith business. Following in the Tucker/Tooker tradition of metallurgy.

Child of Charles Tucker and Mary Mitchell is:

4288 i. Charles Tucker, married Anna Wessells.

8578. Warner Wessel He married 8579. Debora Wessel. 8579. Debora Wessel Child of Warner Wessel and Debora Wessel is:

4289 i. Anna Wessells, married Charles Tucker.

8584. Roger Lambert, born Abt. 1635 in Wiltshire, Co Surrey, Eng; died Aft. 1716 in Wiltshire, Co Surrey, Eng. He married 8585. Eleanor Lambert Bef. 1660 in Wiltshire, Co Surrey, Eng. 8585. Eleanor Lambert More About Roger Lambert: Burial: Pres. Church, Co Surrey, Eng Child of Roger Lambert and Eleanor Lambert is:

4292 i. John Lambert, born Abt. 1652 in Wiltshire, Co Surrey, Eng; died 1736 in Elizabeth, Union, Nj; married Hannah Ross Abt. 1679 in Elizabeth, Union, Nj.

8586. George Ross, born 1635 in New Haven, Conn; died 07 Dec 1657 in New Haven, Conn. He married 8587. Constance Little 07 Dec 1658 in New Haven, New Haven, Ct. 8587. Constance Little, born 1638 in Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey; died in Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey. She was the daughter of 17174. John Little and 17175. Mary White. Child of George Ross and Constance Little is:

4293 i. Hannah Ross, born 14 Aug 1668 in New Haven, New Haven, Ct; died 22 Dec 1748 in Elizabethtown, Union, N.j; married John Lambert Abt. 1679 in Elizabeth, Union, Nj.

8608. John Hand, born 1611 in Stanstede, Maidstone, Kent, England/Maidstone, England; died 24 Jan 1659/60 in Easthampton, Long Island, Ny. He was the son of 17216. John Hand. He married 8609. Alice Gransden 1633. 8609. Alice Gransden, born 28 Nov 1613 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died 1662 in Easthampton, Long Island, Ny. She was the daughter of 17218. Henry Gransden and 17219. Alice Harris.

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More About Alice Gransden: Burial: Easthampton, Long Island, Ny Child of John Hand and Alice Gransden is:

4304 i. Stephen Hand, born Bet. 1634 - 1635 in Tonbridge, Kent, England/Tonbridge, England; died 15 Apr 1693 in East Hampton, Long Island, New York; married (1) Jane Wright; married (2) Sarah Bancroft Stratton 1660 in Wethersfield, Essex, Ma.

8636. Thomas Bloomfield, born in Woodbridge, Suffolk, England; died Abt. 1639 in Newbury, MA. Child of Thomas Bloomfield is:

4318 i. Thomas Bloomfield, born Abt. 1615 in Woodbridge, Suffolk, England; died Abt. 1686 in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ; married Mary Bloomfield.

8716. Chief Japasaw He was the son of 17432. Powatan. Notes for Chief Japasaw: mentioned as Japazous in Travels of Captaine John Smith Volume I - Pages 236-267 General Notes: Sources: (1) Bill Deyo Wahanganoche's father was the petty-chief, Japasaw, or more correctly, I-oppasus, who had become the King of Patawomeck by the 1620s. I do not know the wife of Wahanganoche, but I-oppasus had two wives. One whose name I do not know but who was a daughter of Powhatan and I-oppasus' own niece or half-niece. It is possible that she was the daughter of Powhatan called Cahoke or Kaokee, traditionally the ancestor of the Peyton and Roberson families of Patawomeck blood, who was said to have been a daughter of Powhatan. His other wife was Paupauwiske who was known to have had a child, possibly Wahanganoche, as was written about by Henry Spelman. The Curtis family traditionally descends from the Patawomeck Indian girl, Ontonah, left an orphan by the battle of 1666. As the Peyton and Roberson families also descend from her, she may be the link back to the wife of I-oppassus who was the daughter of Powhatan, Kaokee (?). 1609-Henry Spelmen, an English boy of 15, was being held by Powatan(Wahunsenecawh). The King of Patawomeck(in 1609, was my 11th g.grandfather, Japasaw) came with 15 or 20 bowmen to visit Powatan and befriended Spelmen. After the King of the Potowomeck left, Spelmen mangaged to escape. With Powhatans men hot on his trail, he caught up with the Kings party, who blocked the advancing men of Powatans with drawn bows, allowing Spelmen to escape into the woods. Spelmen headed to the village of the Patawomecks. After several days, he came upon the village of Passapatanzy, ruled by Japsaw, brother to Powatan. Japsaw took Henry Spelmen into his home and treated him as one of his family. Japasaw had at least 2 wives. One wife was named Paupauwiske and had an infant son, who became the later King of the Patawomeck, Wahangonoche(10th g.grandfather) son of Japasaw.

Child of Chief Japasaw is:

4358 i. Chief Wahanganoche Arroyha, born Abt. 1564 in Caroline Co VA; died Abt. 1666.

9224. Thomas Owen Notes for Thomas Owen: It is not now certain that Harry Thomas Owen's father was Thomas. Even if his name was Thomas as suspected from Welsh naming patterns, there appear to have been two Thomas Owens living in Machynlleth. The famous Thomas Owen who has been presented as his father in even the American President's genealogies is now considered unlikely to be Harry's father. This Thomas served as Mayor of Machynlleth in 20 James (1622) and later as Magistrate. He was a well-to-do landowner like his father around Machynlleth. In the REGISTRUM UNIVERSITATIS OXONIENSIS is lists that he graduated from Oxford specifically Jesus College, Oxford on

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May 3, 1616 at age 20. That would place his birthdate around 1598 even though other source estimates are around 1607. (C-437,p6) He died in 1672. The Owen home, originally built around 400 years ago, called "Llynlloed" is possibly where the Magistrate Thomas lived. Photographs and diagrams of it are in the Harry Harold, July. 1991 issue. The original home is inside the structure that has been added to and currently stands in Wales. (C-750) This Magistrate Thomas Owen line goes back maternally through many branches of Royalty. However, it is now considered HIGHLY suspect because 1) Hugh Thomas Owen's son Hugh Harry is listed as a pauper in his son's American Quaker records, 2) Hugh Harry when he came to America was a weaver, a profession not likely for the grandchild of someone with the stature of the above Thomas Owen, 3) Hugh Thomas did not live in Macynlleth originally, but apparently moved there from elsewhere (which is not the case with the well-to-do Thomas Owen above described) and 4) Thomas Owen, the magistrate, in his will, lists 2 sons and 8 daughters and all his grandchildren. He does not list Harry or Henry as a son. This last point might not matter since he could have disowned a son Harry when he became a Quaker. (C-1209, E)

Child of Thomas Owen is:

4612 i. Harry Thomas Owen, born Abt. 1630 in Machynlleth, Montgomeryshire, Wales; died Aft. Mar 1685/86; married Elizabeth Owen.

9228. Thomas Brinton, born 19 Jul 1607 in Sedgeley, co. Staffordshire, England; died Bef. 06 Mar 1679/80 in Nether Gournal, Stafford Co., ENG. He married 9229. Ann Biddle. 9229. Ann Biddle, born Abt. 1611 in Sedgeley, co. Staffordshire, England. More About Thomas Brinton: Burial: 06 Mar 1679/80, Nether Gournal, Stafford Co., ENG Notes for Ann Biddle: Even though various second hand sources like CD-100, #4227 and the "Brinton Genealogy" state that Anne's father was a William Biddle. This is conjecture based upon the burial record for a William Biddle in St. Thomas Parish, Worcester, England on Feb. 4, 1625/6. (C-1364) Her mother may have been the widow Biddle who was buried the 6th of November 1641 in Sedgeley Parish records, Staffordshire, England. (C-2131)

More About Ann Biddle: Burial: 02 Sep 1684, Nether Gournal, Stafford Co., ENG Child of Thomas Brinton and Ann Biddle is:

4614 i. William Brinton, born Nov 1636 in Lower Gornall (Gournall), co. Staffordshire, England; died Abt. 1700 in Birmingham Twp., Chester Co., PA, USA; married Ann Bagley Abt. 1659 in co. Staffordshire, ENG.

9230. Edward Bagley, born 1602 in Sedgeley, Staffordshire, England; died 29 Nov 1645 in Dudley, co. Worcester, ENG. He was the son of 18460. John Bagley and 18461. Ann Tomlinson. He married 9231. Olive Bagley Abt. 1633 in co. Staffordshire, ENG. 9231. Olive Bagley Notes for Edward Bagley: When Edward's daughter, Ann died in 1699, her husband, William Brinton, wrote about her life. In it he stated that Edward, her father, had died about fifty years earlier and that her family was "not of mean rank as to wordly account." He called his father-in-law a "very honest and loving man." Edward received 30 lbs. from Elizabeth Tomlinson's nuncupative will dated July 3, 1629. Elizabeth was the

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mistress to Lord Dudley and all of her children were the children of this Lord. Edward was listed as Elizabeth's nephew, "nepoti ex matre" when he was assigned by the courts to be the administrator of her estate. He died before his father in 1645 and is buried at St. Thomas Parish in Dudley, England. (C-1364, UA Record #:4237)

Child of Edward Bagley and Olive Bagley is:

4615 i. Ann Bagley, born Bef. 27 Apr 1634 in Sedgeley, Staffordshire,England; died 1699 in Birmingham Twp., Chester Co., PA, USA; married William Brinton Abt. 1659 in co. Staffordshire, ENG.

9412. Captain George Drake, born 1631 in Piscataway, NJ; died 08 Nov 1710 in Piscataway, NJ. He was the son of 18824. Capt Francis Drake and 18825. Mary Walker. He married 9413. Mary Oliver 03 Nov 1667 in Piscataway, NJ. 9413. Mary Oliver, born Abt. 1655 in Elizabethtown, Union NJ; died Abt. 1726 in Woodbridge, Middlesex NJ. She was the daughter of 18826. William Oliver and 18827. Mary Ackerly. Notes for Captain George Drake: Captain George Drake, a son of Rev. Francis Drake, an early settler of Piscataway, who come from Dover, N. H. A court record evidences the fact that he vas a resident of Portsmouth, N. H., June 25. 1661. In June. 1666, he was appointed an Ensign of Portsmouth Militia. Aug. 3. 1668, he and his wife Mary, deeded land in Greenland, Portsmouth to John Johnson and Thom" Brackett and shortly afterward, they removed to Piscataway. N. J. July 15, 1675, he was commissioned Captain of foot, and in the same year in accordance with the "Concessions of the Proprietors" of Feb. 10, 1664/5, he and his wife Mary, his sons John and George. and the latter's wife Mary received grants of land on the Raritan River (39. lot Sea., Vol. XXI, Page 46). In 1678. Captain Francis Drake received another grant by order of the town authorities of Piscataway. He also received a license July 5, 1673, to keep a house of entertainment in the town of New Piscataway.

Captain George Drake, eldest son of Captain Francis and Mary (Walker) Drake, was a man of considerable prominence in the Colony serving as a member of the General Assembly 1684-1691. In 1681, he was a member of the Committee to treat with Governor Lawrie, as to the rights of the citizens of Piscataway. He was one of the signers of the Petition to the King, requesting the appointment of a more efficient Governor. He was married twice: the name of his first wife referred to in the land grant of 1675. is unknown. He married secondly Nov. 13 1677, Mary Oliver, daughter of William and Mary (Ackerly-Simpkins) Oliver. He died in 1710, leaving a wilt dated November 8, 17119. pr. Nov. 3. 1710, in which he mentions wife Mary; sons, Andrew. Jonathan, David and George; daughters: Elisabeth, Susannah and Hannah, and refers to the ownership of alt interest in the Sloop "Dolphin." Executrix: Wife Mary Overseers : Elisha Parker and Adam Hude. Witnesses: Daniel Hendricks. Peter Wilson, John Basford and Abraham Drake. He makes no mention of his daughters Mary and Deborah, who had doubtless received their shares at the time of their marriages. Their births are, however, recorded in the Town Records of Piscataway."

Child of George Drake and Mary Oliver is:

4706 i. Andrew Drake, born 20 Jan 1684/85 in Piscataway, NJ; died 01 Jan 1742/43 in Middlesex Co, NJ; married Hannah FitzRandolph 22 May 1703 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey.

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9600. Peter Etter, born in Ferenbalm, , Kanton Bern, Switzerland. He was the son of 19200. Bendicth Etter and 19201. Elsy Mathys. He married 9601. Elsi Wolf. 9601. Elsi Wolf, born Abt. 1606. Child of Peter Etter and Elsi Wolf is:

4800 i. Peter Etter, born 1628 in Ferenbalm, , Kanton Bern, Switzerland; died in Kanton Bern, Switzerland; married Elsbeth Forster.

9616. Peter Banga He married 9617. Anna Mezger 17 Jan 1591/92 in Basel Switzerland. 9617. Anna Mezger, born in Basel Switzerland; died 1601. She was the daughter of 19234. Friedlin Mezger. Child of Peter Banga and Anna Mezger is:

4808 i. Jacob Banga, born 20 Feb 1596/97 in Switzerland; died 20 Sep 1687 in Basel Switzerland; married Ursula Ulzar Utz.

9620. Hans Seiler, died 1634 in Riggisberg, Kanton Bern , Switzerland. He married 9621. Marie Egerin. 9621. Marie Egerin Child of Hans Seiler and Marie Egerin is:

4810 i. Johannes Seiler, born 1632 in Riggisberg, Kanton Bern , Switzerland; died 1675; married Margreth Bruderlin.

9622. Peter Bruderlin, born 1607; died 1684. He married 9623. Margaret Sedemannin. 9623. Margaret Sedemannin Child of Peter Bruderlin and Margaret Sedemannin is:

4811 i. Margreth Bruderlin, born 1631 in Riggisberg, Kanton Bern , Switzerland; died 1708 in Riggisberg, Kanton Bern , Switzerland; married Johannes Seiler.

9624. Mathas Capp Child of Mathas Capp is:

4812 i. Hans Capp, born 1644; died 1704 in Muttenz, , Switzerland; married Catherine Noe.

10800. Sijmon Brouwer Child of Sijmon Brouwer is:

5400 i. Frans Sijmonsen Brouwer, born 1596 in Katwijk In Kew, Netherlands; married Caatje Abt. 1620 in Katwijk, South Holland, Netherlands.

10804. Jean Verdon He was the son of 21608. Jan Verdon. Notes for Jean Verdon: RESIDENCE: BEF. 1634, La Rochelle, France [10178] DIED: BEF. 18 NOV 1634, When wife is listed as widow [10176] IMMIGRATED: BEF. 1645, "Evidently in the colony very early" [10177]

Child of Jean Verdon is:

5402 i. Jacob Janss Verdon, born 1600 in possibly in the vicinity of La Rochelle, France; died Bet. 1635 - 1638; married (1) Maria Thomas Badie; married (2) Marritgren Thomas 1645.

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10806. Thomas Baddia, born Bet. 1585 - 1587 in Noord, Holland, Amsterdam, Netherlands; died 1670 in Gowanus, Oarnge (Brooklyn) New York. He married 10807. Aeltje Braconie Bet. 1605 - 1607 in Noord, Holland, Amsterdam, Netherland. 10807. Aeltje Braconie, born Bet. 1589 - 1590 in Netherlands; died 22 Jun 1670 in Gowanus, Oarnge (Brooklyn) New York. She was the daughter of 21614. Eli Braconie. More About Aeltje Braconie: Burial: Dutch Churchyard, Brooklyn, Kings, New York Children of Thomas Baddia and Aeltje Braconie are:

5403 i. ii. Maria Thomas Badie, married Jacob Janss Verdon. Thomas Badie, born Abt. 1607 in Noord, Holland, Amsterdam, Netherland.

10832. Mathew Mitchell, born 1590 in South Owram Yorkshire England; died Bet. 1645 - 1646 in Stamford Ct.. He was the son of 21664. Thomas Mitchell and 21665. Elizabeth Clay. He married 10833. Sarah (Susan) Butterfield 16 Apr 1616 in Halifax. 10833. Sarah (Susan) Butterfield, born Abt. 1615 in York, Yorkshire, England/Yorkshire, England; died 1670 in Hempstead, Nassau Co., NY. Notes for Mathew Mitchell: Matthew Mitchell, came into New-England in 1635, from Halifax, England. On his arrival be located himself in Charleston, Massachusetts where he spent his first winter. The following entry is recorded in Cotton Mather's "Magnalia Christi Americana" written in 1702. "Removing to the Town of Concord, his greater Matters continually became smaller there, his Beginnings were there consumed by Fire, and some other Losses befel him in the Latter End of that Winter. The next Summer he removed unto Say-brook, and the next Spring unto Weathersfield upon Connecticut River, by which he lost yet more of his Possessions, and plunged himself into other Troubles. Towards the Close of that year he had a Son-inlaw Slain by the Pequot Indians; and the Rest of the Winter they lived in much fear of their Lives from those Barbarians, and many of his Cattel were destroyed, and his Estate unto the Value of some Hundreds of Pounds was damnified. A Shallop, which he sent unto the River's Mouth was taken, and burned by the Pequots, and Three Men in the Vessel slain, in all of whom he was nearly concerned: So that indeed the Pequot Scourge fell more on this Family, than on any other in the Land. Afterward there arose unhappy Differences in the place where he lived, wherein he was an Antagonist against some of the Principal Persons in the place, and hereby he that had hitherto Lived in precious Esteen with Good Men, wherever he came, (as a Record I have seen, testifies concerning him,) now suffered much in his Esteen among many such Men, as 'tis usual in such Contentions, and he met with many other Injuries: For which causes, he transferred himself, with his Interests, unto Stamford in the Colony of New-Haven. Here his House Barn and Goods were again consumed by Fire; and much Internal Distress of Mind accompanied these Humbling Dispensations. At last, that Most Horrible of Diseases, the Stone, arrested him, and he underwent unspeakable Dolours from it, until the year 1645, when he went unto his Rest about the Fifty Fifth Year of his age."

A less colourful description comes from the Bullard family genealogy: MATTHEW MITCHELL, immigrant ancestor of this family, was born 1590, in South Outram parish, Halifax, Yorkshire, England, and married, April 16, 1616, Susan Butterfield of Ovenden, in the same parish. They sailed from Bristol, May 23, 1635, in the ship "James," with the company of dissenters of whom Rev. Richard Denton was the head. They landed at Boston, August 17, and settled first at Charlestown, but in the spring of 1636, Matthew Mitchell removed to Concord, where during his brief stay he lost much property by fire. He soon removed to Springfield, Massachusetts, where with Pynchon and others he signed the Pynchon compact, 1636. From thence he went to Saybrook and again his cattle and goods, to the value of several hundred pounds were destroyed by Indians, who killed several of his employees and cruelly murdered his brother-in-law, Samuel Butterfield. The entire Saybrook colony were kept in continued peril and alarm and early in the spring of 1637, he again removed to Wethersfield, Connecticut, bringing with him a large number of cattle although some were

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killed by Indian attacks while on the way up the river. Matthew Mitchell was a valuable addition to the settlement at Wethersfield, being a man of large means for those times, despite his previous losses and possessing also sound judgment and executive ability which his fellow citizens soon recognized. He was chosen a member of the General court in 1637, and was of this Court when it declared war upon the Pequots, being active in the deliberations which determined the manner upon which the very existence of the colony depended. He became a very large landowner in Wethersfield, and in April, 1640, was chosen recorder for Wethersfield, but the choice was rejected by the Court, at the instigation of the ruling elder of the Wethersfield church, Clement Chaplin, whose animosity toward Mitchell arose during church dissensions and was the cause of Mr. Mitchell's removal to Stamford when the Rev. Mr. Denton and the major part of his congregation who had generously surrendered to the minority, withdrew. Mr. Chaplin's influence soon abated and when he was without prestige with the General court, he sold out at Wethersfield and returned to England. Mr. Mitchell's character secured the respect of those with whom he lived in Wethersfield and Stamford, and his education and enterprise placed him in prominence. "His staunch uprightness commanded respect and his unswerving integrity invited confidence in times when trials demonstrated character." He died in Stamford, Connecticut, in 1645, aged 55 years. The children of Matthew and Susan (Butterfield) Mitchell, baptized in England, were:

More About Sarah (Susan) Butterfield: Name 2: Susan Butterfield Children of Mathew Mitchell and Sarah Butterfield are:

5416 i. ii. James Mitchell, born Abt. 1627 in Scotland; died in Elizabeth N.j; married Mary Mitchell. Abigail Mitchell, married Rev. Abraham Pierson. Notes for Rev. Abraham Pierson: Abraham Pierson was the first president of Yale University

10836. Timothy Hallstead, born 1633 in Hempsted, Nassau, New York/Nassau Co., NY; died Mar 1702/03 in Hempsted, Nassau, New York. He was the son of 21672. Jonas Hallstead and 10833. Sarah (Susan) Butterfield. He married 10837. Hannah Williams 1657 in Hempsted, Nassau, New York. 10837. Hannah Williams, born 1636 in Hempsted, Nassau, New York/Nassau Co., NY; died 1698 in NY. She was the daughter of 21674. Michael Miles Williams and 21675. Ann Parkhurst. Child of Timothy Hallstead and Hannah Williams is:

5418 i. Timothy Hallstead, born 1658 in Hempsted, Nassau, New York/Nassau Co., NY; died 27 Feb 1734/35 in Elizabethtown, Union, New Jersey; married Abigail Carman 1685.

10860. Edward FitzRandolph, born 05 Jul 1607 in Sutton, Nottinghamshire, England/Sutton, England; died 18 Jan 1725/26 in Middlesex, County, Piscataway, Nj. He was the son of 21720. Edware FitzRandolph. He married 10861. Elizabeth Blossom 10 May 1637 in Scituate, Plymouth, Ma. 10861. Elizabeth Blossom, born 1620 in Leiden, South Leiden, Holland, Holland; died 10 Dec 1640 in Piscataway, Middlesex, Nj. She was the daughter of 21722. Thomas Blossom and 21723. Anne (Heilsdon Elsdon) Blossom. Notes for Edward FitzRandolph: The Pilgrim, Edward, was a man of substance as well as of character. He built a house in Scituate, Mass. during 1636; and it appears that he sold his property there in 1639 and moved to Barnstable with his minister and 25 townsmen. Here, he built another home on an 8-acre lot and lived in it till 1649, when he sold it and three other town lots, and removed to his farm in West Barnstable(a tract of 143 acres.; this he occupied for 20 years)...when he sold out and moved with his family to Piscataway, N.J. This important change seems to have been brought about by a desire for ampler religious freedom. The restrictions of Puritan rule in New England seemed oppressive to many men and women who longed for a large liberty of thought. Religious freedom, complete and unstinted, was promised to new settlers by the New Jersey Proprietors, and this constituted the chief lure to the

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pious pilgrims. Young Edward, in May 1637, at Scituate Mass., married Elizabeth, the daughter of Thomas and Anne Blossom. From a web site: EDWARD FITZ RANDOLPH, from Nottinghamshire, England, born about 1616, immigrated with his parents, as stated above, in 1630. The name, at that time, was variously spelled Fitzrandle, Fittsrendolfe, and Fittsrandolfs. The family, at the first, settled at Scituate, in the Plymouth Colony, in the year 1630. There, Edward, on the 10th of May, 1637, married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Blossom; and joined the church on the 14th following. In the year 1639, he moved to Barnstable, on Cape Cod; and there had issue: 1. - Nathaniel, baptised 9th August, 1640; died at 4 months. 2. - Nathaniel, baptised 15th May, 1642; married in Barnastable, November, 1662, Mary Holley and had issue, John and Isaac; married second, Jane Hampton, 12th April 1706-7 3. - Mary, baptised 6th October, 1644; died young. 4. - Hannah, baptised 23rd April 1648; married Jasper Taylor, November 6, 1668. 5. - Margaret, baptised 2nd June, 1650. 6. - Mary, baptised 2nd June 1651; became second wife of Samuel Hinchley, 15th January, 1669, - brother of Governor Hinckley, of Massachusetts. 7. - John, baptised 7th October, 1653; married Sarah Bonham. 8. - Joseph, baptised 1st March, 1656; married Hannah Conger, January 1687. 9. - Thomas, baptised 16th August, 1659; married Elizabeth Manning, 23rd November, 1686. 10. - Hope, baptised 2nd April, 1661. 11. - Benjamin, born in 1663. The exact date of the birth of Benjamin is not known. His baptism is not shown by the Barnstable registers as are those of his older brothers and sisters. It was about this time, say 1665-8, that the family, Edward with his unmarried sons, moved to Piscataway Township, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Edward and his wife died and were buried, at Piscataway. The earliest authentic history of this township is gathered from the public records, which state that the large tract on the east side of Raritan river, which comprised the towns of Piscataway, Elizabeth, etc., was purchased from the Indians in 1663. The purchasers were John Bailey, Daniel Denton, Luke Watson, and others, who obtained a patent in 1664 from Governor Nchols, who acted under the Duke of York. Amongst other early settlers, the Fitz Randolphs are shown by the county records so early as the year 1681. Most of these settlers were Baptists, as is supposed. However, the tradition is that there were but six professed Baptist, viz: Hugh Dunn, who was an exhorter, John Drake, afterward their pastor, Nicholas Bonham, John Smalley, Edward Dunham, afterwards minister of the Seventh-day Baptists, and John Fitz Randolph, who is evidently John, 7 above. Those persons were consituted a Baptist Church, in the spring of 1689, by the assistance of Rev. Thomas Killingsworth, who was then pastor of Middletown and Cohansey churches.

More About Edward FitzRandolph: Burial: Piscataway, Middlesex Co., Nj, St James Chrcyd Notes for Elizabeth Blossom: Elizabeth Blossom was born in Leyden, Holland, of pious Pilgrim parentage about the year 1620. Her father, Thomas Blossom, was a prominent member of Rev. John Robinson's church from the time its members left Scrooby in Nottinghamshire, England. In 1620, the *Mayflower* and the *Speedwell* were to sail as companion ships to America. The Speedwell was a little ship of 60 tons, which had been purchased and fitted out in Holland for the Pilgrim congregation. She sailed July 26, 1620, from the port of Delfthaven, about 24 miles from Leyden, for Southampton, England, where the Mayflower for a week had been waiting with a partial list of passengers from London. It was found that the little Speedwell needed repairs before putting out to sea. Repairs were made at a considerable expense and delay. The two vessels then set sail for their long voyage, but the Speedwell proved leaky and both vessels put into Dartmouth for further repairs. Then, once more, they sailed together and progressed some 300 miles westward from Land's End, when the captain of the Speedwell complained further of his boat's unseaworthiness. Again, the two vessels turned back, this time putting into Plymouth Harbor, and here it

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was decided to dismiss the Speedwell after a redistribution of passengers and cargo. On September 6, 1620, eighteen persons returned in the Speedwell to Leyden by way of London, where the leaky boat was sold. Among those returning was Thomas Blossom with his little family. There, he remained until the congregation of Rev. Robinson was able to send over to America those who were left behind. On May 1, 1629, six vessels left the shores of England with a passenger list which included the bulk of the Leyden congregation, all bound for New England. One of these ships was the famous Mayflower. Thomas Blossom and his family were on this same vessel. Elizabeth, after her husbands death, married Captain John Pike, June 30, 1685.

More About Elizabeth Blossom: Burial: St. Johns, Church Yard, Piscataway, Nj Child of Edward FitzRandolph and Elizabeth Blossom is:

5430 i. Joseph FitzRandolph, born 01 Mar 1655/56 in Barnstable, Barnstable, Ma; died 18 Jan 1725/26 in Piscataway, Middlesex, Nj; married (1) Joanna (Hannah) Belconger..

10862. John Belconger, born 08 Sep 1633 in Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, Great Britain; died 27 Aug 1712 in Woodbridge, Mddlsx, Nj. He was the son of 21724. John Belconger and 21725. Elizabeth Belconger. He married 10863. Elizabeth Belconger. 10863. Elizabeth Belconger Child of John Belconger and Elizabeth Belconger is:

5431 i. Joanna (Hannah) Belconger, born 01 Aug 1670 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, Nj; died 1742 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, Nj; married Joseph FitzRandolph.

10880. Rowland Young Child of Rowland Young is:

5440 i. John Young, born Abt. 1621 in <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>; died 16 Dec 1672 in Charlestown, Mass; married Sarah Young.

10884. John Wadleigh, born 1600 in Of Saco And Well, Yorks, Maine, England; died 15 Feb 1673/74 in Of, Wells, York, Me. He married 10885. Mary Wadleigh. 10885. Mary Wadleigh Notes for John Wadleigh: Innkeeper More About John Wadleigh: Burial: Shaker Village, , Nh Child of John Wadleigh and Mary Wadleigh is:

5442 i. Robert Wadleigh, born 1628 in Probaly, Bristol, Glouster, England; died 1701; married Sarah Smith.

10888. Robert Beedle, born Abt. 1607; died Bef. 1647 in Kittery, York Co., Me.. He married 10889. Mary Magdalene Beedle 1641 in Me. 10889. Mary Magdalene Beedle, born in Of, Hackney, Surrey, England/Hackney, England. Notes for Robert Beedle: Robert Beedle, immigrant ancestor, had a land grant at Kittery, ME. in 1641, and had evidently been in New

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England for some time prior to that date. Kittery Records where on May 20, 1641, "Robert Beedle (was authorized) to seise on & make use of the lot between George Rogers & John Simmons ". This land was also bounded by the property of Rev. Stephen Batcheller, a fact that would lead to trouble for both George Rogers and the Batcheller's. In 1650 George Rogers was a juryman.

Child of Robert Beedle and Mary Beedle is:

5444 i. Robert Beedle, born Bet. 1633 - 1645 in Newbury, NH; married Mary Beedle.

10892. George Carr, born 15 Aug 1599 in London; died 04 Apr 1682 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts. He was the son of 21784. John Carr. He married 10893. Elizabeth Oliver Bef. 1642 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts. 10893. Elizabeth Oliver, born 1620 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; died 06 May 1691 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 21786. Thomas Oliver and 21787. Ann Purchase. Notes for George Carr: an internet source listed george's geneology as: 1. WILLIAM *1 CARR was born May 16, 1542 in Of London, London, England, and died in Prob. London, London, England. He married UNKNOWN. Notes !10th Baron of Fennerhurst Castle. This is at the end of the Elizabethan era and the beginning of the reign of James I. (book the House of Carr by W.L. Watson) Children of William Carr and unknown are: 2. i. BENJAMIN2 CARR, b. August 18, 1592, London, London, England; d. June 04, 1672, London, England. ii. WILLIAM CARR, b. June 17, 1597, London, London, England; d. June 04, 1672, Bristol, Bristol, Ri; m. SUSAN ROTHCHILD, May 16, 1619, London, London, England. 3. iii. GEORGE * CARR, b. August 15, 1599, London, London, England; d. April 04, 1682, Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts. iv. JAMES CARR, b. Abt 1601, London, London, England; d. Prob. London, London, England.

Child of George Carr and Elizabeth Oliver is:

5446 i. George W. Carr, born 15 Apr 1644 in Salisbury,Essex,Mass; married Anna Seaborn Cotton 08 Nov 1677 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts.

10894. Rev Seaborn Cotton, born 12 Aug 1633 in At sea; died 14 Apr 1686 in Boston. He was the son of 21788. Rev John Cotton and 21789. Sarah Story Hawkridge. He married 10895. Dorothy Bradstreet 14 Jun 1654 in Hampton HH. 10895. Dorothy Bradstreet, born 1633 in Newton,,Massachusetts; died 26 Feb 1671/72. She was the daughter of 21790. Gov Simon Bradstreet and 21791. Anne Dudley. Notes for Rev Seaborn Cotton: These are three interesting figures out of the early history of New England whose memory is celebrated here today by the New Hampshire Society of Colonial Dames, through the dedication of a monument bearing their names. They were all ministers of the Gospel in a time when the minister was the most learned person in the community and his opinion upon almost all subjects was considered authoritative -- a time when there were no reading rooms, no public libraries, when newspapers and books were few, and the Sunday service offered the only opportunity of the week for intellectual exercise and was the only source of important and enlightening ideas. I trust that the minister is still an important and useful member of society, but he does not hold the unique position

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which he held in those days; he is no longer the sole repository of knowledge; with the widespread diffusion of learning his sort of monopoly has ceased to be. With all these great responsibilities resting upon him how important it was that the old time minister should be a man of education as well as of natural ability. The early settlers of New England realized this, and in 1636 Harvard College was founded by them for the express purpose of providing for the churches a learned ministry. They said "After God had carried us safe to New England and we had builded our houses, provided necessaries for our livelihood, reared convenient places for God's worship, and settled the civil government; one of the next things we longed for and looked after was to advance learning and perpetuate it to posterity: dreading to leave an illiterate ministry to the churches, when our present ministers shall lie in the dust." (New England's First Fruits, 1643.) Even in the smallest and remotest towns the preacher was sure to be a graduate of Harvard College. With a single exception every one of my predecessors in Portsmouth was a Harvard or Yale graduate; and these three ministers in Hampton, whom we commemorate today, had taken the degree at Harvard when they were settled here. The first of these admirable examples of the Puritan minister was Seaborn Cotton, son of a famous father, John Cotton, of the First Church in Boston. He was born at sea, August 12, 1633, on the ship Griffin which brought his parents to America. In a list of Harvard graduates of the year 1651, given in Cotton Mather's "Magnalia," his name appears ingeniously Latinized as "Marigena Cottonus." I like the name both in its English and its Latin form. In an age when the Bible was the chief source of personal names so that the Historian Cleveland could say of Cromwell, only a few years later, that "he hath beat up his drums clean through the Old Testament -- you may know the genealogy of our Saviour by the names of his regiment. The muster-master hath no other list than the first chapter of St. Matthew." In such an age what originality, what a sense of the poetic and the fitting, was shown by the parents who named their child, born at sea, "Seaborn." I wish that we knew the details of his ministerial life. He was settled in Hampton in 1657 at a salary of sixty-five pounds (afterwards increased to eighty pounds), a parsonage and the use of a farm of two hundred acres. No sermon by him exists in print. He apparently kept no record of church affairs or statistics; only a few memoranda of events, a membership list and the like, were found among his papers. What a pity that a ministry of thirty-one years should have been so scantily recorded. The only contemporary mention of him that we have is a brief word by his nephew, the famous Cotton Mather, who says in his "Magnalia" that he "was esteemed a thorough scholar and an able preacher," and that he especially abominated the Pegagian heresy. He married twice and had a noble family of eleven children Historical Account after removal of Rev Wheelwright from the church at Hampton The troubled waters of the church were quieted during the pastorate of the talented Seaborn Cotton. He was the eldest son of the famous John Cotton of Boston, and was born on the Atlantic, August 12, 1633. He was a graduate of Harvard, and married for his first wife Dorothy, daughter of Governor Bradstreet of Massachusetts. The advent of these cultured people must have made a powerful impression upon the life of this frontier settlement; and how great must have been the sensation, when the "unmitred pope of the New England churches" journeyed from Boston to visit his son, and perhaps even to grace with his august presence the pulpit of the little church! We have few records of Seaborn Cotton's long pastorate of twenty-nine years. A little, time-stained manuscript book in the possession of the New England Historical-Genealogical Society, gives a few brief notes of his family life. The following are extracts: "I was marryed to my Second wife, Mrs. Prudence Crosbey The Daughter of Mr Jonathan Wade of Ipswich, the 9th of July, 1673, by Maior Dennison." "My 2d childe by her & 14th in all was borne october 6 about 5 of ye clocke in ye morning 1676, & baptised oct 8, 1676, and was named Wade in honour of his Grandfather Wade, & to put him in mind of wading through all trialls to heaven."

Child of Seaborn Cotton and Dorothy Bradstreet is:

5447 i. Anna Seaborn Cotton, born 22 Aug 1661 in HAMPTON,Rockingham,NH; died 06 Dec 1702 in Boston,Suffolk,MA; married George W. Carr 08 Nov 1677 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts.

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10896. Edward Clark, born Abt. 1622 in England; died 19 Dec 1710 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. Child of Edward Clark is:

5448 i. Haniel Clark, born Abt. 1650 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts; married Mary Gutterson 20 Aug 1678 in Haverhill, Essex, Mass.

Child of Edward Clark and Dorcus Bosworth is: 10898. William Gutterson, born Bet. 1628 - 1634 in Isle Of Jersey, England or Ipswich,Essex,Massachusetts; died 26 Jun 1666 in Ipswich,Essex,Massachusetts. He was the son of 21796. William Guttason. He married 10899. Elizabeth Gutterson 1650 in Andover, Essex, Massachusetts. 10899. Elizabeth Gutterson Child of William Gutterson and Elizabeth Gutterson is:

5449 i. Mary Gutterson, born 20 Aug 1678 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts; married Haniel Clark 20 Aug 1678 in Haverhill, Essex, Mass.

10904. John Kelly, born in England; died 1644 in Newbury Mass. Child of John Kelly is:

5452 i. John Kelly, born 02 Jul 1642 in Newbury Mass; died 21 Mar 1717/18 in Newbury Mass; married (1) Sarah Knight 20 Nov 1663 in Newbury Mass; married (2) Lydia Ames 05 Mar 1714/15.

10908. James Davis, born 1582 in Marlborough,Wilts.,England; died 29 Jan 1675/76 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts. He was the son of 21816. John Davys. He married 10909. Cicely (Sissilla) Thayer 11 Jun 1618 in Thornbury,Gloucester,England. 10909. Cicely (Sissilla) Thayer, born 01 May 1600 in Thornbury,Gloucester,England/Thornbury, England; died 28 May 1673 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 21818. John Thayer and 21819. Joan Lawrence. Child of James Davis and Cicely Thayer is:

5454 i. Samual Davis, born 26 Nov 1640 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts; died 10 Sep 1696 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts; married Deborah Barnes 17 Dec 1663 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts.

10910. William Barnes, born 1613 in England; died 14 Mar 1696/97 in Salisbury,Essex,Massachusetts. He married 10911. Rachel Lord 1637 in Amesbury Mass. 10911. Rachel Lord, born 1617 in Salisbury,Essex,Massachusetts; died 09 Feb 1685/86 in Salisbury,Essex,Massachusetts. Child of William Barnes and Rachel Lord is:

5455 i. Deborah Barnes, born 01 Apr 1646 in Salisbury,Essex,Massachusetts; died 14 Jan 1718/19 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts; married Samual Davis 17 Dec 1663 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts.

11264. Joseph Jennens He was the son of 22528. John Jennens. Child of Joseph Jennens is:

5632 i. William Jennens, born 1617; married Mary Messenger.

11268. William Jennens He was the son of 22528. John Jennens. He married 11269. Johanna Elliot. 11269. Johanna Elliot Child of William Jennens and Johanna Elliot is:

5634 i. Lord of Tarsau John Jennens, born 1579; died 1653; married Joyce Weamen.

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11320. Alexander Austen, born 1606 in Goudhurst, Kent, England. He was the son of 22640. John Austen and 22641. Margaret Austen. He married 11321. Catherine Lamberd 22 Oct 1627 in Goudhurst, Kent, England. 11321. Catherine Lamberd, born 1608 in Goudhurst, Kent, England. Child of Alexander Austen and Catherine Lamberd is:

5660 i. Francis Austin, born Abt. 1645 in Horsmonden, Kent, England; died 15 Mar 1686/87 in Horsemonden, Kent, England; married Elizabeth Austin.

11324. William Borton, born 29 Nov 1590 in Aynho, Northampton, England; died 12 Apr 1687 in Aynho, Northampton, England. He was the son of 22648. William Borton. He married 11325. Elizabeth Borton 16 Jun 1613 in England. 11325. Elizabeth Borton More About William Borton: Burial: Aynho, Northampton, England Child of William Borton and Elizabeth Borton is:

5662 i. John Borton, born 25 Jan 1633/34 in Aynhoe, Northampton, England; died 28 Jul 1687 in Hilsdown, Burlington, Nj; married Annie Kinton.

11326. William Kinton, born 25 Jan 1589/90 in Banbury, Oxford, England/Oxford, England; died 25 Mar 1656. He was the son of 22652. John Kynton and 22653. Agnes Barrowe. He married 11327. Elizabeth Kinton 1635 in Of Aynhoe, Northampton, England. 11327. Elizabeth Kinton Child of William Kinton and Elizabeth Kinton is:

5663 i. Annie Kinton, born 1636 in Of Aynho Parish, Northampton, England; died 08 Jan 1687/88 in Hillsdown, Evesham, Burlington, New Jersey; married John Borton.

11334. Ralph Walden, born 1590 in England; died Bet. 1633 - 1634 in Plymouth Colony MA. He married 11335. Joyce Wallen. 11335. Joyce Wallen, born 1600 in England; died 07 Sep 1643 in Plymouth Colony MA. Notes for Ralph Walden: Ralph and wife arrived at Plymouth colony from London on 10 July 1623 Child of Ralph Walden and Joyce Wallen is:

5667 i. Anne Walden, born Abt. 1623 in England; died 29 Jan 1692/93 in Piscataway, , , New Jersey; married John Smalley 29 Nov 1638 in Plymouth, , Barnstable, Massachusetts.

Generation No. 15 16656. Bernard Taylor He married 16657. Jane Milton. 16657. Jane Milton Child of Bernard Taylor and Jane Milton is:

8328 i. Bernard Taylor, born Bef. 1617 in England; died Unknown; married Thomasine Lane.

16658. Gawain Lain Child of Gawain Lain is:

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8329 i. Thomasine Lane, married Bernard Taylor.

16768. James Finley, born 15 Sep 1530 in Cupar Angus, Fife, Scotland/Cupar, Scotland; died 26 Mar 1597 in Balchristie, Fife, Scot. He was the son of 33536. Andrew Finley and 33537. Janet Hay. He married 16769. Elizabeth Warrender 1576. 16769. Elizabeth Warrender, born Abt. 1535 in Balchristie, Fife, Scotland. She was the daughter of 33538. William Warrender and 33539. Christina. More About James Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Elizabeth Warrender: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Children of James Finley and Elizabeth Warrender are:

i. John Finley, born 08 Jun 1579 in St. Andrews Church, Balchristie, Fife, Scotland; died 06 Oct 1670 in Scot; married 03 Oct 1630 in St. Andrews Church, Balchristie, Fife, Scot. More About John Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 ii. Christina Finley, born 16 Aug 1580 in St. Andrews Church, Balchristie, Fife, Scotland. More About Christina Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 iii. William Finley, born 1582 in St. Andrews Church, Balchristie, Fife, Scotland; died 1665. More About William Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 iv. Andrew Finley, born 04 Nov 1582 in St. Andrews Church, Balchristie, Fife, Scotland; died 1654 in Scot. More About Andrew Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 8384 v. vi. James Finley, born 25 Oct 1583 in St. Andrews Church, Balchristie, Fife, Scotland; died 1620 in Scot; married (1) Barbara Huntar 14 Jan 1602/03 in scot.; married (2) Barbara Huntar 14 Jan 1602/03 in scot.. Alexander Finley, born 10 Nov 1584 in St. Andrews Church, Balchristie, Fife, Scotland; died 1644 in Scot. More About Alexander Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001

16936. Thomas Gardner Child of Thomas Gardner is:

8468 i. Thomas Gardner, born 1592 in Sherborne, County of Dorser, Scotland; died 04 Sep 1677 in Salem Essex MA; married Margaret Frier Bet. 1616 - 1620 in England.

16940. William Shattuck, born Bet. 1621 - 1622 in Sommerset England. He married 16941. Susanah Hayden Abt. 1643 in Watertown, Middlesex, MA. 16941. Susanah Hayden, died 11 Dec 1686 in Watertown, Middlesex, MA. Child of William Shattuck and Susanah Hayden is:

8470 i. Samuel Shattuck, died 1642 in Salem, Essex, MA; married Damaris Sibley Bef. 1620 in England.

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16950. William Knapp, born Abt. 1578; died 30 Aug 1658. Child of William Knapp is:

8475 i. Anne Knapp, married Thomas Philbrick.

17152. Capt John Tucker, born in England; died 1692 in Southold Long Island NY. He married 17153. Mary Tucker. 17153. Mary Tucker, died 1644. Notes for Capt John Tucker: Capt. John Tucker (the Captain title derives from mariner activities after he arrived in the Colonies) appears to have been born between 1610 and 1615, probably in London. Researchers who insist that he was born in 1599 in Milton Next Gravesend, Kent, the son of George Tucker and second wife Maria Darrell are wrong. George and Maria's son John married Anne Proude in 1620 and there is ample documentary evidence that he and Anne remained in England at least through 1654. (Robert Denard Tucker discusses this point at length in his 1983 book on the Tucker Family of Devon). Furthermore, John Tucker of Milton, Kent appears too old to have been the Capt. John Tucker of Long Island who was appointed a local Constable in 1671. In 1667 he was licensed to operate an "ordinary" at Setauket and in 1670 was licensed to "sell strong drink by retaile" at his inn. He also served as Setauket town clerk from 1668 to 1677. None of these activities suggest a man in his early to mid-70's as some researchers would have us believe. Capt. John Tucker emigrated from England before 1640 and he was a convinced, practicing Puritan. Some reports are that he settled initially in Hingham (south of Boston, near Plymouth) while others say he settled in Watertown (west of Boston, beyond Cambridge). I don't think he spent much time in either place, but when he arrived, John Tucker was married and had at least one child -- a son Charles -- and possibly other children including a son named Samuel. (Charles was probably born in 1636 as he was elected a Freeman at Southhold, NY on 9 Oct 1662. At the time, Freeholder status required males to have reached the age of 26 yrs., and become members of the local Puritan church). John's wife was named Mary -- some reports suggest that her maiden name was Johnson and that she came from Hingham, Norfolk. Others say her maiden name was Gardner. I have not been able to document Mary's maiden name or her origin, but it is clear that a Mary (?) Tucker was the mother of both Charles and Samuel Tucker. Soon after his arrival in Massachusetts, John Tucker and his family reportedly traveled overland to the Puritan colony established in 1639 at New Haven, CT. There, John helped set up an iron smeltering operation and later established a coastal shipping service that connected the New Haven Colony with its sub-colony at Southhold, across Long Island Sound from New Haven. This shipping service probably is the origin of the "captain" title later attached to John Tucker at Southhold, Long Island. Mary Tucker reportedly died in 1644 and by 1649, Capt. John Tucker had moved across the Sound and taken up residence in Southhold. Southhold documents show that Capt. John Tucker had acquired a house in Southhold by June 1649. By this time, John had married his second wife Sarah whose surname also isn't known. However I suspect that her full name was Sarah Wines and that she was the daughter of Barnabas Wines, another Southhold resident who earlier had been a resident of Watertown, MA. (After Sarah's death in 1685, John Tucker married Hannah Wines, Sarah's older and twice married sister.) In 1664, Capt. John Tucker moved from Southhold to a new settlement further east on the island at a place called Setauket. There he farmed and established a boatyard that Tuckers would operate for the next 150 years. John and Sarah Tucker had two sons and five daughters. Hannah Tucker was born in Southhold in 1649. John

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Tucker was born in 1653 and Joseph Tucker was born in 1655. Ruth Tucker was born in 1660. There were three other surviving daughters but we have no names or birth dates for them. Hannah Tucker married Richard Smith in 1670 and Ruth Tucker married brother Daniel in 1687, both sons of Richard Smith Sr. founder of Smithtown, Long Island. (A sister, Elizabeth Smith, married Phillip Carteret, son of Sir George Carteret, one of the royal proprietors of New Jersey. Elizabeth Town was named after Elizabeth Smith Carteret.) John Tucker Jr. married Ann Wood and remained a resident of Setauket/Brookhaven. Joseph Tucker married Dinah Brewster in 1685 and, like his brother, remained a resident of Setauket/Brookhaven. Sometime around 1660, the Tucker family name began being spelled Tooker which was the traditional Devonese spelling of the name. Capt. John Tucker authored and signed many documents which have survived, and his name was always spelled and signed Tucker until the 1660's when the older form, Tooker, began to reappear. Whatever the reason, the Setauket/Brookhaven Tuckers suddenly became the Tookers although both forms of the name were carried on by different branches of the family.) Capt. John died in Southhold in 1692, but was buried in Setauket. His widow, Hannah, married again in 1693 to Col. John Youngs, son of Rev. Youngs, founder of Southhold. Hannah died in 1710 at the age of 87. Will of John Tucker Capt. John Tucker wrote his will in 1686 and wrote a codicil to the will in 1687. In 1686 he married Hannah Wines who was 63 years old and had previously been married to Francis Nichols and John Elton. Hannah lived in her father's house in Southhold and John Tucker moved back to Southhold after the marriage. The following was found in a book called "Early Long Island Wills Suffolk County, 1691 - 1703" By the tenor of these presents know ye that on ye 30th day of Sept. 1692 at Southhold in ye County of Suffolk on Long Island in ye Province of N. York before Coll. William Smith Judge of ye Prerogative Court in ye County aboves'd was proved and approved the last Will & Testamt. of John Tooker of Southhold aboves'd deceased the _____of _____Anno Dom 16__ and having by his last Will & Testmt. nominated & appointed Hannah his wife to be his sole Executrix as by ye copy of the s'd Will hereunto annexed may appear for the well & faith- ful administering of all the goods chattles & credits of the said deceased you shall a true full & faithful Inventory of all & singular the goods chattels & credits that did any way belong or of right appertain to ye s'd deceased at ye time of his death bring in & deliver to me or such Judge or Judges as shall be appointed for this County at or before the last of March next Ensuing & then & there to render a true plain & perfect account of your having Executed & performed your duty herein according to the tenor of the said Will & the laws of this Province-Sworn before me the day & year afores'd Witness my hand & seal-- William Smith Thomas Helme Cler. In the name of God Amen. I John Tooker of Southhold in ye County of Suffolk on Long Island in ye Province of N. York do make constitute & ordain these presents to be my last Will & Testament. first I bequeath my soul to God that gave it me and my body being dead to be decently buried in the hopes of its resurrection unto everlasting life I now being of sound memory though weak in body do also order give bestow & bequeath all my worldly goods & estate in manner and form following: Imp. I do give & bequeath unto my beloved wife Hannah Tooker all my goods lands allotments of land rights of land & commonages meadows & meadow lands orchards houses buildings dwelling houses outhouses barns stables all fences & fencing stuff together with all my corn either in ye field or houses & all my cattle either Cows or Cow kind Horses Mares sheep swine & all my household goods of all sorts whatsoever that are now belonging & appertaining to me within the whole town bounds of Southhold and all things that are mine in any other town or place or places whatsoever & every part & parcel of said goods lands stock & estate above-mentioned whatsoever to have & hold to her my sd. beloved wife Hannah Tooker with all the issues profits rents increase & emolument whatsoever during her natural life & noe longer to be fully Entirely & freely had & enjoyed by her according to a certain agreement & writing of dowry made by me unto said beloved wife before her coverture all of which writing bearing date June ye third 1686 I do will & ordain shall be kept and observed inviolably in all ye particulars freedoms & enjoyments thereof. Item-I give and bequeath unto my eldest son Charles Tooker after the

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decease of my beloved wife if it shall then remain in her posession my first lot of upland & meadow at ye Wading Creek and with the same provisoe I give him a first lot of upland at Ackaboake between John Concklins to the west & Theophilus Curwins land to the Eastward commonly called Tookers ponds with two shares of meadow on the southside of Peaconicke river. I do give & bequeath to my son John Tooker after my decease ye one half of Christall Brook neck in ye township of Brookhaven with all the meadow at the old mans excepting one share. Item-I do give & bequeath unto my son Joseph Tooker ye Southernmost half of my home lot which he now possesseth having John Holyoakes land to ye Northward of it & Jacob Longbothams to ye Southward & also three acres in the old field situate between John Holyoakes and John Mosiers Also three acres of land in ye old field butting upon ye fresh pond with two acres & half in ye little neck butting upon ye brick kilne being half of my Brick kilne lot also a share of meadow in ye old field joining to ye Northern side of the fresh pond & a share of meadow at ye old mans-I give to my daughter Hannah Tooker after my wife decease a feather bed two bolsters a rugge & a sale coverlet being my best coverlet and a little table I had of John Holyoake and curtains vallins such as they shall be after my wifes decease be they better or worse together with half my pewter that shall be remaining at my wifes decease. Also a great Kettle and a great Iron pot and two leather chairs. All these such as they shall remain after my wifes decease I give to my five daughters or to as many of them as shall be then living at my wifes decease. All my household goods of all sorts whatsoever that shall be remaining after my wifes decease together with all such stock of Cattle horses sheep swine as shall remain of my estate after my wifes decease to be equally divided between my five daughters or such of them as shall survive after my wifes decease. I do give and bequeath to the eldest son of my son Joseph Tooker that shall then living at my wifes decease all my lands tenements & hereditaments whatsoever in the whole Township of Southhold with all my houses and edifices whatsoever Except what is already given to Charles my son to have & to hold to my said grandson as an inheritance to him and his heirs forever. Furthermore my Will is that all the lands that are in these presents given to any and all my sons they shall have hold & enjoy as an inheritance to them & their proper heirs for ever and not otherwise. Lastly my Will is that Hannah Tooker my beloved wife shall be the only Executrix of this my last Will & Testament during her life & that after her decease my will is that my sons John & Joseph Tooker shall jointly be my Executors if both living or else he of them that shall then survive. Dated at Southhold this present 24 of April in ye fourth year of the Reign of James ye 2d King of England Scotland France & Ireland Defender of the faith Anno Dom. 1688 as witness my hand & seal. ----John Tooker Signed sealed & delivered before us--Joshua Hobart -Joshua Horton -Sarah Youngs Memmorand. Southhold May ye 29 1690 That I the abovesaid Testator John Tooker have added this following Codicil to my aforesaid Will viz yt further it is my last Will & Testamt. that if any of my aforesaid sons or daughters shall by themselves or others any way molest or disturb & trouble Hannah my beloved wife in ye quiet & peaceable possession & Enjoyment of any part or parcel of either lands stock or household goods bequeathed her in my will aforesaid & in a writing made with her before marriage that then every such or all of the so disturbing molesting or disquitting at any time or times after my decease shall be utterly lose & forfeit from themselves & their heirs unto her my aforesaid wife & to her disposal all such their part & portion whatsoever hereby given or intended to be given to them & their heirs and to any & every of them so molesting and disturbing her my said dear wife as absolutely & fully as if they & any & every of them had never had any grant or gift therof made to them in this my last Will & Testament. Item- I give my son John Tooker & his heirs ye other half of my land of Christall Brook neck at Brookhaven as I gave him the former half in my preceding will. Also I give one share of Meadow at Unkachoge that was formerly William ffancyes to my son Joseph & his heirs, furthermore my Will is & I do hereby give full power to my said dear wife Hannah that if she shall stand in need of a comfortable livelihood that then she shall & may make full & absolute sale & conveyance of any of my lands meadows or houseing that I shall die seized of in ye township of Southhold to her own use and behoof without any accounting therefore to any of my children or their heirs & what she shall leave at her death shall go as is disposed aforesaid in my Will & in this Codicil I will that such her sales be & abide forever firm and stable anything in my aforesaid will to the contrary notwithstanding. Furthermore my Will is that if my Negro man called Richard or Dick shall behave himself submissively faithfully and dilligently to my said dear wife Hannah truly observing and performing all her lawfull commands not absenting himself by night or day from her service without her leave that then my said wife shall at her death fully free discharge & set ye said negro Richard or Dick at liberty giving his freedom but if the said negro Richard shall behave himself as a stubborn unfaithful & disobedient servant to her then my Will is yet she shall & may at any time sell him to her own best advantage & behoof. Finally I appoint my dear wife Hannah to be the sole Executrix of this addition & codicil annexed to my preceding Will & Testament and in confirmation of these presents I doe

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hereunto set my hand & seal the day and year above written. ---John Tooker Signed sealed & declared before us -Joshua Hobart -Thomas Mapes More About Capt John Tucker: Burial: Setauket Child of John Tucker and Mary Tucker is:

8576 i. Charles Tucker, born Bet. 1636 - 1641; died 1710; married Mary Mitchell Aft. 1666 in Elizabethtown NJ.

17174. John Little, born Abt. 1611. He married 17175. Mary White Abt. 1636 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut. 17175. Mary White Child of John Little and Mary White is:

8587 i. Constance Little, born 1638 in Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey; died in Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey; married George Ross 07 Dec 1658 in New Haven, New Haven, Ct.

17216. John Hand, born 1580 in Tunbridge, Kent , England; died 1661 in At sea. Child of John Hand is:

8608 i. John Hand, born 1611 in Stanstede, Maidstone, Kent, England/Maidstone, England; died 24 Jan 1659/60 in Easthampton, Long Island, Ny; married Alice Gransden 1633.

17218. Henry Gransden, born in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died 26 Oct 1623 in Tunbridge, Kent, England. He was the son of 34436. William Gransden and 34437. Ann Gransden. He married 17219. Alice Harris 12 Jun 1609 in Tunbridge, Kent, England. 17219. Alice Harris, born 1580 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died 10 Sep 1645. She was the daughter of 34438. Nicholas Harris and 34439. Alice Thatcher. More About Alice Harris: Burial: 10 Sep 1645, Westminister, Closters, , England Child of Henry Gransden and Alice Harris is:

8609 i. Alice Gransden, born 28 Nov 1613 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died 1662 in Easthampton, Long Island, Ny; married John Hand 1633.

17432. Powatan Notes for Powatan: 1609-1610 Powatan visited the Patawomcks and ceremoniously placed the officail crown, given by the English, upon his head before throwing beads to the assembled tribesmen. This chief of the confederacy was the first Indian the Jamestown colonists saw. Children of Powatan are:

8716 i. ii. Chief Japasaw. Powhatan

18460. John Bagley, born Bef. 25 Feb 1571/72 in Dudley, co. Worcestershire, England/Dudley, England; died 1635 in Coseley, co. Stafforshire, ENG. He was the son of 36920. Thomas Bagley and 36921. Elinore

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Harison. He married 18461. Ann Tomlinson Abt. 1601. 18461. Ann Tomlinson, born Abt. 1584; died Bef. 03 Jul 1629. She was the daughter of 36922. William Tomlinson and 36923. Agnes Orres. Notes for John Bagley: John's parents in CD-102, were listed as Edward and Ann Sutton Bagley instead. John, age 27, Roland Bingham, Richard Bagly and John Baker, yeoman, were indicted for assaulting Lawrence White in Dudley. An arrest warrent/writ dated Oct. 2, 1599 was sent to the sheriff to arrest the men listed in the first indictment above, plus others. A second arrest was issued on Jan. 13, 1601. Nothing further on these arrests are in the court documents. In a different court testimony in 1631, John stated that he had lived at Old Park, Sedgely, from 1603 where he kept deer for Lord Dudley. In 1611, Lord Dudley granted him, his head deerkeeper, the ancient lodge and land in Old Park for his living quarters. By 1620, John was listed as Gentleman, age 46, in a list of Chancery depositions. The 1631 court case revolved around a suit by Walter Devereux against Lord Dudley for a large sum of debt. John Bagley was included in the efforts of Lord Dudley to defeat Devereux's claim for payment. John testified that he had lived at Old Park for 28 years. Being thrown out would leave him without livelihood. His wife was dead by the time of these proceedings. The court apparently allowed him to stay at Old Park. By a 1637/8 court case that John brought against Thomas Russell and others, John was again only listed as a yeoman. John was appointed to administer the will of his brother George Bagley on Mar. 27, 1647. In June of 1647, John Bagley, yeoman, stated in court that Lord Dudley granted him a thousand year lease in Sedgley three years before. In his will dated 1648, he refers to himself as John Bagley of Dudley, co. Worcester, yeoman. At his burial, he is called "Old John Bagley." (C-1364)

Child of John Bagley and Ann Tomlinson is:

9230 i. Edward Bagley, born 1602 in Sedgeley, Staffordshire, England; died 29 Nov 1645 in Dudley, co. Worcester, ENG; married Olive Bagley Abt. 1633 in co. Staffordshire, ENG.

18824. Capt Francis Drake, born 1618 in Devonshire, England; died 02 Sep 1687 in Portsmouth, NH. He was the son of 37648. Robert Drake and 37649. Jane Drake. He married 18825. Mary Walker 1635 in Portsmouth,,Rockingham,New Hampshire. 18825. Mary Walker Notes for Capt Francis Drake: Francis Drake, was likely of the family of "Drake of Drakesworth;" County Meath, who owned lands also in County-Kildare Ireland Given the name Francis Drake, there have been many who have speculated as to a familial connection between our ancestor and Sir Francis Drake (1540?-1596), the great Elizabethan Admiral. Again, there is absolutely no proof to substantiate this claim. It may have been that Francis was the grandson of Sir Francis' brother Thomas. Claims that he was a direct descendant are almost certainly spurious, since Sir Francis had no offspring (at least, no legitimate offspring). In any event, Francis was one of the first settlers of Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. He was a royalist, and favored by Champerowne, one of the holders of the New Hampshire grant. In April 1646, he was one of twenty-one persons who signed an agreement to have a committee lay out land in the area. He lived in an area called Old Strawberry Bank -- a neck between two creeks that grew to become Portsmouth -- and owned land adjacent to a Nathaniel Drake. He married MARY ------ around 1650. While some sources have mentioned that her surname was WALKER, I have seen no documentary proof to support such as assertion. They had at least three, but probably four, children: i Francis b.c. 1651 m. ii Elizabeth b.c. 1652 m. Hugh Dunn iii George b.c. 1653 m. Mary Oliver

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+ iv John b.c. 1654 m. He owned a houselot on Roger Knight's Island in 1654. He served on grand juries in 1660 and 1661, and in 1663. That same year -- 1663 -- he was chosen Surveyor of Highways. He served in the militia, and was made an Ensign in July 1661. In 1662, he was brought to court for mowing another man's meadow. In July 1665, he signed two petitions to the Commission for Affairs of New England in America -- the governing body of the English colonies in America -- and to the King asking that Portsmouth be removed from the jurisdiction of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. That colony was known for its rigid Puritanism, and governed the territories to the north with a heavy hand. In addition, their assertion of jurisdiction conflicted with others, and caused a number of land boundary disputes in the area. The petition to the Commissioners read: " The Peticon of part of the inhabitants of Portesmouth and Strawberry Bank, Humbly sheweth: That whereas yor peticoners for severall years last past have bin kept under the ovrmnt of the Massachusets by an usurped power whose laws are derogatory to the laws of England under which power five or six of the ritchest men of this parish have ruled swaied and ordered all offices both civill & military at their pleasures, none of yor Honors peticonrs though Loyall subjects, & some of them well acquainted with the Laws of England, durst make any opposition for feare of great fines or long imprisonment and for want of estates could not peticon home to his Matie for relief, which the contrary party well knoweth, have kept us under hard servitude, and denyed us in our publique meeting the Common prayer Sacramts and decent buriall of the dead contrary to the Laws of England & his Maties lre sent by Simon Broadstreet & John Norton in the yeare 1662. And not only so but have also denied us the benefit of freemen, contrary to his Maties said letter and likewise at the election of officers the aforesaid party or the greatest part of them have always kept themselves in offices for the manageing of the gifts of lands & setling them, whereby yor peticoners are not only disabled but also descouraged for continuance in the plantation, & have engrosed the greatest part of the lands within the precincts & limits of this plantation into theire owne hands and other honest men that have been here a considerable time have no lands at all given them, and some that have had lands given & laid out to them, the said contrary party have desowned the grants, and laid it out to others. The premisses considered, we hope your Honors will take it under yor protection, and government & rectifie those miscariages, that thereby his Maties Loyall Subjects may pertake of all such priviledges & liberties, as his Maties gratious pleasure hath bin pleased to confer upon his Subjects in forraigne plantacons and that thereby we may be the more stirred up to glorifie God for his mercies towards us in releasing us out of such great servitude & tirany & your peticoners shall always pray for your Honors happiness in this life, & eternall felicitie in the life to come." The second petition to the King was similar: " The humble peticon of the inhabitants of Portesmouth and Strawberry Bank Dover: Exiter and Hampton. Humbly sheweth: That yor Maties peticoers were much transported with joy and hope of settlemt when they heard of the care yor Matie had of these plantacions in New England and had heard the power wch yor Matie had given yor Commissioer for the appointing of bounds and gourmt amongst us here. But yor Maties peticoers find to theire great greife that the Masachusetts Denying that authorytie wch yor Matie gave yor Commissionrs hath hindered us from that good wch were Expected from those Commissionrs. Wherefore yor Maties peticoers humbly desire that your Matie would be gratiously pleased to take them into yor Royall Pteccon and gournment and ioyne them to the pvince of Mayne that they may be goved by the knowne lawes of England and enjoy the use of both the sacramts wch they have bin too deprived of. And as in all duty bound, yor peticoers shall dayly pray for the increase of all earthly honor untill you arive at the heavenly kingdome." Unable to tolerate these conditions any longer, Francis began to cast his eyes elsewhere for a place to live. On 18 December 1666, four men from the Piscataqua region of New Hampshire acquired a grant of 40,000 acres on the Raritan River in New Jersey, at a place later called Piscataway, Middlesex County; Francis decided to join them. On 5 August 1668, he and Mary sold their lands in an area called Greenland; and between then and the beginning of 1669, removed to Piscataway where they were among the first settlers.

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He owned a considerable tract of land in the township. His name appears on the 1675 list of patent holders with 245 acres. He is listed on another compilation that same year as having a sixty-acre right "besides homelot and meadow." He was a weaver and cloth maker by profession. At his death, his account books showed that almost all of the prominant families in town owed him money for his work. In addition, on 15 July 1673, he was granted a license to keep an ordinary (tavern). On 11 December 1674, he and three others were ordered by the court to view the meadows on the other side of the Raritan River and make a peport to the court "at the request of the Piscataway men." On 15 July 1675, Francis was commissioned the Captain of the New Piscataway Militia Company. He was discharged at his own request on 30 May 1678, probably because of his advancing age. He died in Piscataway sometime in the 1680's, almost certainly in 1687. On October 28 of that year, letters of administration were granted to his son George Drake and Benjamin Hull of Piscataway. It appears that the value of his estate was £67.07.00. An account of the estate dated 20 August 1688 included payments to the doctor who attended Francis "in his sickness." Another account was dated 27 February 1692/3, and like the other is largely illegible.

More About Capt Francis Drake: Burial: Piscataway,Middlesex,New Jersey Child of Francis Drake and Mary Walker is:

9412 i. Captain George Drake, born 1631 in Piscataway, NJ; died 08 Nov 1710 in Piscataway, NJ; married Mary Oliver 03 Nov 1667 in Piscataway, NJ.

18826. William Oliver, born Abt. 1625 in Elizabethtown, Union NJ; died Abt. 1695 in NJ. He married 18827. Mary Ackerly. 18827. Mary Ackerly, born Abt. 1629 in Elizabethtown, Union NJ; died Abt. 1695 in Rathway, Middlesex NJ. Child of William Oliver and Mary Ackerly is:

9413 i. Mary Oliver, born Abt. 1655 in Elizabethtown, Union NJ; died Abt. 1726 in Woodbridge, Middlesex NJ; married Captain George Drake 03 Nov 1667 in Piscataway, NJ.

19200. Bendicth Etter, born Abt. 1554 in Ferenbalm, , Kanton Bern, Switzerland; died in Switzerland. He married 19201. Elsy Mathys. 19201. Elsy Mathys, born in Switzerland; died in Switzerland. Child of Bendicth Etter and Elsy Mathys is:

9600 i. Peter Etter, born in Ferenbalm, , Kanton Bern, Switzerland; married Elsi Wolf.

19234. Friedlin Mezger Child of Friedlin Mezger is:

9617 i. Anna Mezger, born in Basel Switzerland; died 1601; married Peter Banga 17 Jan 1591/92 in Basel Switzerland.

21608. Jan Verdon Child of Jan Verdon is:

10804 i. Jean Verdon.

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21614. Eli Braconie, born 1563 in Netherlands. Child of Eli Braconie is:

10807 i. Aeltje Braconie, born Bet. 1589 - 1590 in Netherlands; died 22 Jun 1670 in Gowanus, Oarnge (Brooklyn) New York; married Thomas Baddia Bet. 1605 - 1607 in Noord, Holland, Amsterdam, Netherland.

21664. Thomas Mitchell He married 21665. Elizabeth Clay. 21665. Elizabeth Clay Child of Thomas Mitchell and Elizabeth Clay is:

10832 i. Mathew Mitchell, born 1590 in South Owram Yorkshire England; died Bet. 1645 - 1646 in Stamford Ct; married Sarah (Susan) Butterfield 16 Apr 1616 in Halifax.

21672. Jonas Hallstead, born 23 Feb 1609/10 in Northowram, Halifax, Yorkshire, England/Halifax, England; died 1683 in Hempstead, Long Island, Ny. He was the son of 43344. Abraham Hallstead and 43345. Susan (Whytley) Whitley. He married 10833. Sarah (Susan) Butterfield 12 Apr 1632 in England. 10833. Sarah (Susan) Butterfield, born Abt. 1615 in York, Yorkshire, England/Yorkshire, England; died 1670 in Hempstead, Nassau Co., NY. More About Sarah (Susan) Butterfield: Name 2: Susan Butterfield Child of Jonas Hallstead and Sarah Butterfield is:

10836 i. Timothy Hallstead, born 1633 in Hempsted, Nassau, New York/Nassau Co., NY; died Mar 1702/03 in Hempsted, Nassau, New York; married (1) Hannah Williams 1657 in Hempsted, Nassau, New York; married (2) Abigail Williams 1685 in Hempsted, Nassau, New York.

21674. Michael Miles Williams, born 16 Apr 1610 in Clanfield, Hampshire, England; died 28 Jul 1667 in Hempstead, Nassau, Ny. He married 21675. Ann Parkhurst 1630 in Of Hertfordshire, England. 21675. Ann Parkhurst, born Abt. 1610 in Of Hertfordshire, England. More About Michael Miles Williams: Burial: Hempstead, Nassau, Ny Child of Michael Williams and Ann Parkhurst is:

10837 i. Hannah Williams, born 1636 in Hempsted, Nassau, New York/Nassau Co., NY; died 1698 in NY; married Timothy Hallstead 1657 in Hempsted, Nassau, New York.

21720. Edware FitzRandolph, born in Sutton, Nottinghamshire, England/Sutton, England. He was the son of 43440. Christopher FitzRandolph and 43441. Joan FitzRandolph. Notes for Edware FitzRandolph: EDWARD FITZ RANDOLPH of Langton Hall. With whom was found and in whom was confirmed by the "Visitation" of 1614 the Fitz Randolph Arms substantially as borne by the Lords of Middleham and by the Specnnithorne branch of Fitz Randolph. Died probably about 1635 Child of Edware FitzRandolph is:

10860 i. Edward FitzRandolph, born 05 Jul 1607 in Sutton, Nottinghamshire, England/Sutton, England; died 18 Jan 1725/26 in Middlesex, County, Piscataway, Nj; married Elizabeth Blossom 10 May 1637 in Scituate, Plymouth, Ma.

21722. Thomas Blossom, born 1580 in Little Shelford, Cambridge, , England; died 1633 in Barnstable,

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Barnstable, Ma. He was the son of 43444. Peter Blossom and 43445. Annable Blossom. He married 21723. Anne (Heilsdon Elsdon) Blossom 10 Nov 1605 in St Clements, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England. 21723. Anne (Heilsdon Elsdon) Blossom Notes for Thomas Blossom: a prominent deacon in the Pilgrim church of Plymouth Child of Thomas Blossom and Anne Blossom is:

10861 i. Elizabeth Blossom, born 1620 in Leiden, South Leiden, Holland, Holland; died 10 Dec 1640 in Piscataway, Middlesex, Nj; married Edward FitzRandolph 10 May 1637 in Scituate, Plymouth, Ma.

21724. John Belconger, born 1600 in Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. He was the son of 43448. William Belconger and 43449. Ann Ward. He married 21725. Elizabeth Belconger 1615 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, , England. 21725. Elizabeth Belconger Child of John Belconger and Elizabeth Belconger is:

10862 i. John Belconger, born 08 Sep 1633 in Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, Great Britain; died 27 Aug 1712 in Woodbridge, Mddlsx, Nj; married Elizabeth Belconger.

21784. John Carr, born 16 May 1542 in London, Middlesex, England. Child of John Carr is:

10892 i. George Carr, born 15 Aug 1599 in London; died 04 Apr 1682 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts; married Elizabeth Oliver Bef. 1642 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts.

21786. Thomas Oliver, born 14 Apr 1582 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England/Bristol, England; died 01 Jun 1658 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He was the son of 43572. John Oliver and 43573. Elizabeth Rowland. He married 21787. Ann Purchase Aft. 28 Aug 1577 in London, Middlesex, England. 21787. Ann Purchase, born Bet. 1585 - 1591 in London, Middlesex, England; died 20 Dec 1662 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. Notes for Thomas Oliver: Winthrop Society Homepage lists original mass bay settler: Thomas OLIVER Born c1575 Died 1 Jan 1657/58 English Origin Came to New England 1632 With the William & Francis Resided in Boston Freeman of MBC Nov 1632 Occupation Surgeon First Spouse Anne ____ (d 1635) Children John, Peter, Nathaniel, James, Abigail, Samuel Court documentation exists of frequent violence in a marriage of Thomas and Bridget Oliver in teh 1630'w time frame: thomas complaining of receieving blows, neighbors testifying about argueing, and Bridget appearing bloodied. Fighting and talking back to husbands could be a triable offence at that time. Child of Thomas Oliver and Ann Purchase is:

10893 i. Elizabeth Oliver, born 1620 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; died 06 May 1691 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts; married George Carr Bef. 1642 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts.

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21788. Rev John Cotton, born 04 Dec 1585 in Derbyshire,Derby,England/Derbyshire, England; died 23 Dec 1652 in Boston,Suffolk,Massachusetts. He was the son of 43576. Rowland Cotton and 43577. Mary Hurlbert. He married 21789. Sarah Story Hawkridge 25 Mar 1632 in England. 21789. Sarah Story Hawkridge, born Abt. 1598 in Bideford, Devon, England/Bideford, England; died 27 May 1676 in Boston,Suffolk,Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 43578. Anthony Hawkridge and 43579. Isabel Dowse. Notes for Rev John Cotton: Local and Family Histories: New England, 1600-1900s Rev. John Cotton when the latter preached that the secular government ought to be subservient to the priesthood. He held that the civil authority should rule over the churches as well as over the military organizations and everything else. Central figures among the leaders of the Massachusetts Bay Company. They had been members of the Rev. John Cotton's congregation of St.Botolph's Church in Boston, Lincolnshire, who had migrated to found Boston and Massachusetts BIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY Cotton, John (Dec. 4, 1584 - Dec. 23, 1652), Puritan clergyman and author, was born at Derby, Derbyshire, England. His father, Roland Cotton, was a lawyer and a strenuous Christian, and his mother is also said to have been an extremely religious woman. Little is known of his childhood until he became a student of Trinity College, Cambridge, in his thirteenth year. He received the degree of A.B. in 1603 and that of A.M. in 1606. He had a strong inclination for the life of a scholar and was assisted financially by his father who seems to have been wellto-do. The young student was particularly proficient in Hebrew and in an examination based mainly on that language won a fellowship at Emmanuel College, which had been founded by a Puritan and was the most inclined to Puritanism of all those in Cambridge, the university at that time being strongly Puritan in tone. Cotton remained at Emmanuel for six years, became head lecturer and dean and preached occasionally with great effect at St. Mary's Church. It was during these years at Emmanuel that he experienced his first genuine religious awakening. On July 13, 1610, he was ordained deacon and priest at Lincoln, and in 1613 he received the degree of B.D. His learning and his ability in preaching had already attracted attention, and on June 24, 1612, when only twentyseven years old, he was chosen vicar of the large and beautiful parish church of St. Botolph's at the seaport of Boston in Lincolnshire. Cotton Mather tells the odd story that the city council was tied in the election and that Cotton received the appointment only by the mayor's twice casting his vote in favor of him by mistake. The appointment had to be approved by the bishop of the diocese, and it appears that his approval was secured by bribery, although there is no evidence that Cotton had any direct hand in or even knowledge of this transaction (Whiting in Young's Chronicles, p. 423). He had been only a few years at St. Botolph's when he began to alter the liturgy by omitting certain forms and ceremonies in accord with Puritan belief and practise. His first change in this direction seems to have been made about 1615. Although there is good evidence that he was beloved by his parishioners, he appears to have carried only a part, possibly a minority, of his congregation with him in gradually abandoning the practises of the Church of England for the simpler Puritan form of worship. As was often done in such cases, an assistant was appointed who held services according to the old forms while Cotton was left free to follow his more Puritanical ideas. Within three or four years he was in trouble with the ecclesiastical authorities, but no action was taken and throughout almost the entire twenty years that he spent at Boston he was treated with great leniency and consideration by his bishop. It was even said by one of his friends that King James himself had ordered that he should not be molested for his non-conformity (Ibid., p. 426). An incident in 1621, when some unruly Puritans broke all the beautiful stained glass in the church and defaced the monuments and carving, does not seem to have led to anything else, and there is nothing to connect Cotton himself with the outrage. In 1632, however, Cotton was summoned to appear before the Court of High Commission, and, although the summons was not served, he fled to London, where he was befriended by John Davenport [q.v.]. From there he resigned his charge in a letter to the Bishop of Lincoln, dated May 7, 1633.

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Cotton had already been interested in Massachusetts, having been a friend of John Winthrop [q.v.], and having journeyed from Boston to Southampton to preach the farewell sermon when Winthrop and his party sailed. In July 1633 he embarked for America on board the Griffin with his wife, Thomas Hooker, Edmund Quincy, John Haynes, and others who later became prominent in New England. On the voyage his first son was born and named Seaborn. He landed at Boston on Sept. 4 and on Oct. 10 was chosen teacher of the church there, a post he occupied until his death. He at once became a leading figure on the small stage of the colony's public life, taking an active interest in its political as well as religious affairs. Indeed, in the New England theocracy the two were almost identical. So much weight did his opinion carry that it was said that whatever he pronounced in the pulpit soon became either the law of the land or the practise of the church. In one case, however, his influence happily failed and the Abstract of the Lawes of New England which he drew up for the General Court in 1636 was rejected by that body in favor of a less drastically Mosaic code. In the constant disputes which characterized the life of the colony Cotton naturally took a leading part. It is impossible here to attempt to treat of the Antinomian controversy which for several years shook the colony to its foundations, ending in the excommunication and banishment of its protagonist, Mrs. Anne Hutchinson [q.v.], in 1638. All of the participants, as C. F. Adams has said, were "lost in a thick fog of indefinable ideas and meaningless phrases" but of the importance of the controversy in the life of the colony there can be no doubt. Cotton at first took the side of the defendant but when he found himself practically alone among the leaders in his attitude he went over to the side of the persecutors. However honest his opinion may have been, from that time on he became more narrow and bitter in his views. His two controversies with Roger Williams brought forth many pamphlets on both sides. The first of these disputes had to do with the question of church membership, Williams taking the ground that only those who definitely renounced the Church of England should be members of the church in New England, Cotton taking the opposite and more liberal stand. In the second controversy Williams maintained that magistrates should have no power over men's souls, Cotton claiming that their authority should extend to the religious as well as to the secular affairs of the citizens. Cotton was a man of indefatigable industry. He is said to have remarked that twelve hours should make a scholar's day, and what his church services meant to him and his congregation in mental strain may be inferred from the fact that he sometimes consumed six hours in praying and preaching. In addition he was a voluminous writer. His catechism called Milk for Babes (1646) was for long the standard work on which New England children were brought up. He also wrote, besides his controversial pamphlets, many works on prayer, church music, and, most important of all, his works on the theory and methods of Congregationalism as practised in New England. The most widely read of these treatises was The Way of the Churches of Christ in New England (1645), although perhaps The Keyes of the Kingdom of Heaven (1644) was not less important. In 1648 he answered the opponents of these volumes in The Way of the Congregational Churches Cleared. As one of the foremost defenders of Congregationalism it was suggested that he attend the Westminster Assembly in England in 1643 but he did not go. By 1646 he had become the Congregational leader in New England and was one of the three ministers chosen by the Cambridge Synod to frame a model of church government, although his plan was not the one finally adopted. Cotton was undoubtedly one of the ablest and most influential men of his day in Massachusetts, of much natural sweetness of disposition and a scholar by temperament. Yet in studying his career in America it is difficult to avoid the conclusion that he was more and more warped from his own nature by the unconscious desire to retain his prestige and influence in the narrow and bigoted environment in which he had become great. As he advanced in his career he became more and more reactionary. A nonconformist himself in England, he came in later life, like most of the Massachusetts leaders, to uphold staunchly the power of the civil magistrate over the conscience of citizens and was willing to grant the state power of life and death in order to bring about conformity. "Better," he said, "a dead soule be dead in body, as well as in Spirit, than to live, and be lively in the flesh, to murder many precious soules by the Magistrates Indulgence." Like Winthrop, he had no faith in the common man and advocated a strong government by the few. "Democracy," he wrote, "I do not conceyve that ever God did ordeyne as a fitt government eyther for church or commonwealth." Cotton labored to the end of his life. In the autumn of 1652 he caught a heavy cold while preaching to the students of Harvard and this developed into serious trouble with the respiratory organs. He preached in his church for the last time on Nov. 21 and died on Dec. 23. He was married twice: first, on July 3, 1613, at Balsham,

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Cambridgeshire, England, to Elizabeth Horrocks who died some time after Oct. 2, 1630; second, on Apr. 25, 1632, to Sarah (Hawkridge) Story, widow of William Story, who survived him and married the Rev. Richard Mather [q.v.], whom she also survived. Of Cotton's six children by his second wife, his daughter Maria married Increase Mather [q.v.], and became the mother of Cotton Mather [q.v.]. -- James Truslow Adams

Copies of The correspondence of John Cotton / edited by Sargent Bush, Jr. are available at St. Johns & Bemidji State among other places.

Child of John Cotton and Sarah Hawkridge is:

10894 i. Rev Seaborn Cotton, born 12 Aug 1633 in At sea; died 14 Apr 1686 in Boston; married Dorothy Bradstreet 14 Jun 1654 in Hampton HH.

21790. Gov Simon Bradstreet, born Mar 1602/03 in Horbley Lincolnshire England; died 27 Mar 1697 in Salem Mass. He was the son of 43580. Simon Bradstreet. He married 21791. Anne Dudley. 21791. Anne Dudley, born Abt. 1612 in Northampton, Northants, England; died 16 Sep 1672 in Andover, Essex, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 43582. Gov Thomas Dudley and 43583. Dorothy York. Notes for Gov Simon Bradstreet: Bradstreet (1603 - 1697) was born at Lincolnshire, England and was a graduate of Emmanuel College, Cambridge (1620). He came to New England in 1630 and was assistant in the Massachusetts Bay Company for forty-nine years (1630 - 1679). He also served as secretary to the Company (1630 - 1636). In 1634 Bradstreet was sent with four others to negotiate with the colonies of Plymouth, New Haven and Connecticut about the possible formation of the New England Confederation. When the Confederation was formed Bradstreet was one of two Massachusetts representatives to the organization for thirty-three years. After the restoration of the English monarchy, in 1660, Bradstreet went to England and succeeded in having King Charles II confirm the Massachusetts charter. He twice served as Royal Governor of Massachusetts (1679 - 1686, 1689 - 92). [The years 1686 - 1688 were spent trying to fight off King James II's efforts to cancel the colony's charter. King James appointed New York's Governor Andros to carry out this work.] info from http://yishowah.net 1621-1624 Cambridge University. 1625-1630 Steward to Countess of Warwick. Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, 1428-1471, kingmaker for House of York in War of the Roses, 1455-1485. 1630 Assistant Judge of Court of Colony of Massachusetts Bay, chosen prior to departure of colonists from England under Winthrop. 1630 Migrate with father-in-law Thomas Dudley and families on Arbella to Salem. Join young Puritan group to establish Massachusetts Bay Colony. 1631 Simon and Thomas found Cambridge Massachusetts. Simon and Thomas Dudley move several times in order to increase their landholdings and political power. 1631-1673 Secretary of United Colonies of New England. 1661 Envoy from Massachusetts to congratulate Charles II Stuart on restoration to throne as King of England. 1673-1679 Deputy Governor of Massachusetts. 1679-1686 Royal Governor of Massachusetts. 1689-1692 last Royal Governor of Massachusetts under original charter. BIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY Bradstreet, Simon (March 1603 - March 1697), early colonial statesman, was the grandson of a Suffolk gentleman of estate and the son of a non-conformist minister living in Lincolnshire. He was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, where he took the A.B. degree in 1620 and the A.M. in 1624. His connection with the New England colony began in 1629 when he was made assistant of the Company of Massachusetts Bay just as its emphasis of interest in colonizing was passing from trade to religion. He sailed to New England in 1630 with Winthrop's fleet, from which time down to 1692, with the exception of the three years of the Dominion, 1686-89, he was continuously in public employ. His two marriages brought him into close connection with the small governing group in the colony, his first wife being the well-known Puritan poet, Anne Bradstreet [q.v.], and his second wife

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Mrs. Ann (Downing) Gardner, niece of John Winthrop [q.v.]. He served as assistant of Massachusetts for fortynine years, during which time he had many other public responsibilities. He was secretary of the colony from 1630 to 1636 and frequently received appointment to important committees of the General Court. His diplomatic qualities became manifest early in his public career, and marked him as one of the colony's most suitable envoys in its dealings with the outside world. He was chosen in 1643 one of five to treat with Connecticut, New Haven, and Plymouth concerning the establishment of a confederacy. As a result of their negotiations the New England Confederation was formed and he and William Hathorne were chosen commissioners the following year. Bradstreet acted in that capacity for thirty-three years, during which time his ideas were most influential in molding the development of that first colonial union ("Acts of the Commissioners of the United Colonies" in Plymouth Colony Records, X, 108, 187-88). Massachusetts found it hard to accept colonial status upon the restoration of Charles II, and in 1661 appointed a commission of which Bradstreet was a member, to consider the relations of the colony to the mother country. Finally the General Court decided to send agents to England to negotiate with Charles for favor and selected Bradstreet and John Norton. Both accepted appointment reluctantly. As a result of their successful mission Charles confirmed the charter, but sent a letter making such demands on the colony that the agents were charged, upon their return to New England, with having been too mild. After the death of Leverett, Bradstreet was elected governor in 1679, in which post he served until the establishment of the Dominion under Dudley's commission in 1686. While governor, as well as earlier, he won the reputation of being "moderate" toward England, even Edward Randolph reporting him as one of the three "most popular and well principled men" in the magistracy (Calendar of State Papers, Colonial, 1675-76, ÏÏ849, 1067; 1681-85, Ï1445). As the charter struggle drew on, this conciliatory attitude brought him increasingly into ill favor with the supporters of the old theocracy, resulting in his being declared an enemy of his country in 1684 (Ibid., 1681-85, Ï1589). He held office however until 1686, when the Dominion of New England was established under the temporary rule of Joseph Dudley. Because of his moderate proclivities Bradstreet received appointment as councillor of the new Dominion, but refused to serve on the grounds that a government without a representative assembly was contrary to Magna Charta. Upon the revolt against the Dominion in April 1689, he and many others formed a council of safety which called a convention of representatives from the towns to settle the government until orders should come from England. The convention voted for restoration of the charter government with the officials in office in 1686. Somewhat reluctantly Bradstreet, at this time an old man of eighty-six, assumed the office of governor, continuing therein until the arrival of Sir William Phips, the new royal governor, in May 1692. Bradstreet was one of the colony's large landowners, several tracts having been given him from time to time as a reward for his public services. He, like many of the moderate party, was interested in land speculation and colonization, and with such men as the Winthrops, Richard Wharton and others, was a member of the Atherton Company for developing a large territory in the Narragansett country. He was also interested in mercantile affairs, and belonged to a company incorporated for trading on the frontier (Massachusetts Colony Records, II, 138; III, 53; Calendar of State Papers, Colonial, 1661-68, ÏÏ493, 967; 1677-80, Ï837-I). He lived at various times in Cambridge, Ipswich, Andover, and Boston, but spent his last years in Salem, where he died. -- Viola Florence Barnes

More About Gov Simon Bradstreet: Burial: The Old Burying Point. Charter Street Salem MA Notes for Anne Dudley: one of the first poets to write English verse in the American colonies. Long considered primarily of historical interest, she won critical acceptance in the 20th century as a writer of enduring verse, particularly for her sequence of religious poems "Contemplations," written for her family and not published until the mid-19th century. Her father, Thomas Dudley, was chief steward to the Puritan Earl of Lincoln, and she grew up in cultured circumstances. She married Simon Bradstreet, another prot?g? of the earl's, when she was 16, and two years later she, her husband, and her parents

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sailed with other Puritans to settle on Massachusetts Bay. She wrote her poems while rearing eight children, functioning as a hostess, and performing other domestic duties. The Bradstreets moved frequently in the Massachusetts colony, first to Cambridge, then to Ipswich, and then to Andover, which became their permanent home. Bradstreet's brother-in-law, without her knowledge, took her poems to England, where they were published as The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America (1650). The first American edition of The Tenth Muse was published in revised and expanded form as Several Poems Compiled with Great Variety of Wit and Learning (1678). Most of the poems in the first edition are long and rather dully imitative works based on the standard poetic conventions of the time, but the last two poems--"Of the vanity of all worldly creatures" and "David's Lamentation for Saul and Jonathan"-are individual and genuine in their recapitulation of her own feelings. Her later poems, written for her family, show her spiritual growth as she came fully to accept the Puritan creed. She also wrote more personal poems of considerable beauty, treating in them such subjects as her thoughts before childbirth and her response to the death of a grandchild. These shorter poems benefit from their lack of imitation and didacticism. Her prose works include "Meditations," a collection of succinct and pithy aphorisms. A scholarly edition of her work was edited by John Harvard Ellis in 1867. In 1956 the poet John Berryman paid tribute to her in Homage to Mistress Bradstreet, a long poem which incorporates many phrases from her writings. (Source: Encyclopedia Britannica) Bradstreet, Anne (Dudley), c.1612-1672, early American poet, b. Northampton, England, considered the first significant woman author in the American colonies. She came to Massachusetts in the Winthrop Puritan group in 1630 with her father, Thomas Dudley, and her husband, Simon Bradstreet, both later governors of the state. A dutiful Puritan wife who raised a large family, she nevertheless found time to write poetry. In 1650 her first volume of verse appeared in London as The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America. It was followed by Several Poems (Boston, 1678), which contains "Contemplations, probably her best work. Her verses are often derivative and formal, but some are graced by realistic simplicity and genuine feeling. Local and Family Histories: New England, 1600-1900s {} IN REFERENCE TO HER CHILDREN. I had eight birds hatched in one nest. Four cooks there were, and hans the rest; I nursed them up with pain and care. For cost nor labor did I spare, Till, at the last, they felt their wing, Mounted the trees, and learned to sing; Chief of the brood then took his flight To regions far, and left me quite; My mournful chirps I after send, Till he return, or I do end. Leave not my nest, thy dam and shire, Go back, and sing amldst this choir. A second bird did take her flight, And, with her mate, flew out of sight. Southward they both their course did bend, And seasons twain they there did spend; Till, after blown by southern gales, They north ward steered with filled sails.

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A pretrier bird was no where seen. Along the beach, among the treen; I have a third, of color white, On whom I place no small delight, Coupled with mate loving and true, Hath also bid her dam adieu; Anne Dudley Bradstreet was America's first poet. Born about 1612 in Northampton, England, Anne was the first daughter and second of the five children of Thomas Dudley and Dorothy (Yorke) Dudley, who was, by Cotton Mather's account, "a gentlewoman whose extraction and estate were considerable." Her parents' marriage record was found in the Parish Register at Hardingstone, near Northampton, England: "Marriages Anno Dni 1606 Thomas Dudley & Dorothy York married the 25th of April, 1603" (NEHGR 56:206 Notes and Queries). Anne's childhood was spent in comparative luxury at Tattershall Castle in Sempringham, Lincolnshire, where her father was the chief steward of the vast estates of Theophilus Clinton, the Puritan Earl of Lincoln. Her upbringing was largely influenced by her father's position. She had private tutors, access to the Earl's library, the enouragement of a literate father who loved history, and a strict religious indoctrination. Her young life was often interrupted by illness; she was bedridden with rheumatic fever and as an adolescent she almost died from smallpox. Shortly after recovering, Anne, aged 16, married Simon Bradstreet in 1628. Simon was a protégé of the Earl's, nine years her senior, the son of a Nonconformist minister and a graduate of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. In 1630 Anne accompanied him and her parents to America. They were members of John Winthrop's party, the first settlers on Massachusetts Bay and they sailed on the flagship, Arbella. The party arrived "in June at the half-dying, famine-ridden frontier village of Salem, after a journey of 3 month of close quarter, raw nerves, sickness, hysteria and salt meats," wrote Anne. At first dismayed by the rude life of the settlement, she soon reconciled herself to it. "I changed my condition and was marryed, and came into this country, where I found a new world and new manners, at which my heart rose. But after I was convinced it was the way of God, I submitted to it and joined to the church at Boston." As a Puritan woman of the seventeenth-century, Anne Bradstreet struggled to write poetry in a society that was hostile to imagination. Women were expected to behave deferentially and neither her education nor her privileged status as the child of one colonial governor and wife of another could protect her against the scorn and persecution visited upon women who stepped beyond their role in Puritan society. Anne often appears selfdeprecating in order to appease the critical males, describing her work as lowly, meanly clad, poor, ragged, foolish, broken, and blemished. It was a humiliation to this eighteen-year-old wife that she did not at once become a mother. "It pleased God to keep me a long time without a child, which was a great grief to me." Her first son, Samuel, was born at Newtowne (Cambridge) in 1633/4, just before moving to Ipswich, and he proved to be the first of eight children. The others were Dorothy, Sarah, Simon, Jr., Dudley, Hannah, John and Mercy. Admidst her social obligations, Anne found time to write poetry. By her own admission, she began her versemaking almost accidentally. Her poems were written for her own satisfaction. As was customary of the time, her poems were circulated among family and friends in the new colony. She greatly admired the leading French calvinist poet Du Bartas and her early verse shows his influence upon her. Descendent of King John Plantagenet and Charlemagne and Meroveus and Argotta Queen of Sicambrian Franks. Another historical account: The voyage on the "Arbella" with John Winthrop took three months and was quite difficult, with several people dying from the experience. Life was rough and cold, quite a change from the beautiful estate with its well-stocked library where Anne spent many hours. As Anne tells her children in her memoirs, "I found a new world and new manners at which my heart rose [up in protest.]"a. However, she did decide to join the church at Boston. As White writes, "instead of looking outward and writing her observations on this unfamiliar scene with its rough and fearsome aspects, she let her homesick imagination turn inward, marshalled the images from her store of learning and dressed them in careful homespun garments."

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Historically, Anne's identity is primarily linked to her prominent father and husband, both governors of Massachusetts who left portraits and numerous records. Though she appreciated their love and protection, "any woman who sought to use her wit, charm, or intelligence in the community at large found herself ridiculed, banished, or executed by the Colony's powerful group of male leaders."Her domain was to be domestic, separated from the linked affairs of church and state, even "deriving her ideas of God from the contemplations of her husband's excellencies," according to one document. This situation was surely made painfully clear to her in the fate of her friend Anne Hutchinson, also intelligent, educated, of a prosperous family and deeply religious. The mother of 14 children and a dynamic speaker, Hutchinson held prayer meetings where women debated religious and ethical ideas. Her belief that the Holy Spirit dwells within a justified person and so is not based on the good works necessary for admission to the church was considered heretical; she was labelled a Jezebel and banished, eventually slain in an Indian attack in New York. No wonder Bradstreet was not anxious to publish her poetry and especially kept her more personal works private. There is little evidence about Anne's life in Massachusetts beyond that given in her poetry--no portrait, no grave marker or Bradstreet house. She and her family moved several times, always to more remote frontier areas where Simon could accumulate more property and political power. They would have been quite vulnerable to Indian attack there; families of powerful Puritans were often singled out for kidnapping and ransom. Her poems tell us that she loved her husband deeply and missed him greatly when he left frequently on colony business to England and other settlements (he was a competent administrator and eventually governor). However, her feelings about him, as well as about her Puritan faith and her position as a woman in the Puritan community, seem complex and perhaps mixed. They had 8 children within about 10 years, all of whom survived childhood. She was frequently ill and anticipated dying, especially in childbirth, but she lived to be 60 years old. Anne seems to have written poetry primarily for herself, her family, and her friends, many of whom were very well educated. Her early, more imitative poetry, taken to England by her brother-in-law (possibly without her permission), appeared as The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America in 1650 when she was 38 and sold well in England. Her later works, not published in her lifetime although shared with friends and family, were more private and personal--and far more original-- than those published in The Tenth Muse. Her love poetry, of course, falls in this group which in style and subject matter was unique for her time, strikingly different from the poetry written by male contemporaries, even those in Massachusetts such as Edward Taylor and Michael Wigglesworth. Although she may have seemed to some a strange aberration of womanhood at the time, she evidently took herself very seriously as an intellectual and a poet. She read widely in history, science, and literature, especially the works of Guillame du Bartas, studying her craft and gradually developing a confident poetic voice. Her "apologies" were very likely more a ironic than sincere, responding to those Puritans who felt women should be silent, modest, living in the private rather than the public sphere. She could be humorous with her "feminist" views, as in a poem on Queen Elizabeth I: Now say, have women worth, or have they none Or had they some, but with our Queen is't gone? Nay, masculines, you have taxed us long; But she, though dead, will vindicate our wrong. Let such as say our sex is void of reason, Know 'tis a slander now, but once was treason. One must remember that she was a Puritan, although she often doubted, questioning the power of the male hierarchy, even questioning God (or the harsh Puritan concept of a judgmental God). Her love of nature and the physical world, as well as the spiritual, often caused creative conflict in her poetry. Though she finds great hope in the future promises of religion, she also finds great pleasures in the realities of the present, especially of her family, her home and nature (though she realized that perhaps she should not, according to the Puritan perspective). Although few other American women were to publish poetry for the next 200 years, her poetry was generally ignored until "rediscovered" by feminists in the 20th century. These critics have found many significant artistic qualities in her work.

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More About Anne Dudley: Burial: The Old Burying Point. Charter Street Salem MA Children of Simon Bradstreet and Anne Dudley are:

10895 i. ii. iii. Dorothy Bradstreet, born 1633 in Newton,,Massachusetts; died 26 Feb 1671/72; married Rev Seaborn Cotton 14 Jun 1654 in Hampton HH. Mercy Bradstreet, born 1647. Hannah Bradstreet

21796. William Guttason, born Abt. 1600; died 1643 in Ipswich, Essex, MA. Child of William Guttason is:

10898 i. William Gutterson, born Bet. 1628 - 1634 in Isle Of Jersey, England or Ipswich,Essex,Massachusetts; died 26 Jun 1666 in Ipswich,Essex,Massachusetts; married Elizabeth Gutterson 1650 in Andover, Essex, Massachusetts.

21816. John Davys, born Abt. 1553 in England; died Abt. Nov 1626 in Acton-Turville, England. Child of John Davys is:

10908 i. James Davis, born 1582 in Marlborough,Wilts.,England; died 29 Jan 1675/76 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts; married Cicely (Sissilla) Thayer 11 Jun 1618 in Thornbury,Gloucester,England.

21818. John Thayer, born 28 Feb 1562/63 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England/Thornbury, England; died 01 Jan 1600/01 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England. He was the son of 43636. John Thayer and 43637. Mary Roberts. He married 21819. Joan Lawrence 03 Aug 1589 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England. 21819. Joan Lawrence More About John Thayer: Burial: Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England Child of John Thayer and Joan Lawrence is:

10909 i. Cicely (Sissilla) Thayer, born 01 May 1600 in Thornbury,Gloucester,England/Thornbury, England; died 28 May 1673 in Haverhill,Essex,Massachusetts; married James Davis 11 Jun 1618 in Thornbury,Gloucester,England.

22528. John Jennens, died 1575. He was the son of 45056. Peter Jennings. Children of John Jennens are:

11268 11264 i. ii. William Jennens, married Johanna Elliot. Joseph Jennens.

22640. John Austen, born 13 Mar 1578/79 in Goudhurst, Kent, England. He was the son of 45280. Richard Austen and 45281. Elizabeth Kenworthy. He married 22641. Margaret Austen 04 Feb 1599/00 in Goudhurst, Kent, England. 22641. Margaret Austen, born 1573 in Goudhurst, Kent, England. She was the daughter of 45282. William Austen. Child of John Austen and Margaret Austen is:

11320 i. Alexander Austen, born 1606 in Goudhurst, Kent, England; married Catherine Lamberd 22 Oct 1627 in Goudhurst, Kent, England.

22648. William Borton, born Abt. 1554 in Aynho, Northampton, England; died 22 Jul 1597.

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Child of William Borton is:

11324 i. William Borton, born 29 Nov 1590 in Aynho, Northampton, England; died 12 Apr 1687 in Aynho, Northampton, England; married Elizabeth Borton 16 Jun 1613 in England.

22652. John Kynton, born 1561 in England. He married 22653. Agnes Barrowe 13 Jun 1585 in Banbury, Oxford, Eng. 22653. Agnes Barrowe Child of John Kynton and Agnes Barrowe is:

11326 i. William Kinton, born 25 Jan 1589/90 in Banbury, Oxford, England/Oxford, England; died 25 Mar 1656; married Elizabeth Kinton 1635 in Of Aynhoe, Northampton, England.

Generation No. 16 33536. Andrew Finley, died 1546 in Aughinleyth, Fife, Scot.. He was the son of 67072. III John Finley and 67073. Janet Roger. He married 33537. Janet Hay Abt. 1523. 33537. Janet Hay She was the daughter of 67074. John Hay and 67075. Janet Douglas. More About Andrew Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Janet Hay: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Children of Andrew Finley and Janet Hay are:

i. John Finley, born 1524 in Cupar Angus, Fife, Scotland/Cupar, Scotland; died 18 Aug 1578 in Howden Parish, Yorkshire, Eng. More About John Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 ii. Andrew Finley, born 1526 in Cupar Angus, Fife, Scotland/Cupar, Scotland. More About Andrew Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 iii. Joneta Finley, born 1529 in Cupar Angus, Fife, Scotland/Cupar, Scotland. More About Joneta Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 16768 iv. v. James Finley, born 15 Sep 1530 in Cupar Angus, Fife, Scotland/Cupar, Scotland; died 26 Mar 1597 in Balchristie, Fife, Scot; married Elizabeth Warrender 1576. Alexander Finley, born 17 May 1534 in Cupar Angus, Fife, Scotland/Cupar, Scotland; died 1627 in Killashandra, County Cavan, Ire. More About Alexander Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001

33538. William Warrender He married 33539. Christina. 33539. Christina More About William Warrender: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Christina: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001

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Child of William Warrender and Christina is:

16769 i. Elizabeth Warrender, born Abt. 1535 in Balchristie, Fife, Scotland; married James Finley 1576.

34436. William Gransden, born 1562 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died 26 Oct 1623 in Tunbridge, Kent, England. He married 34437. Ann Gransden. 34437. Ann Gransden, born Abt. 1550 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died 19 Mar 1581/82 in Stansted, Kent, England. More About William Gransden: Burial: 26 Oct 1623, Tunbridge Cem, Tunbridge, Kent, England More About Ann Gransden: Burial: Stansted, Kent, England Child of William Gransden and Ann Gransden is:

17218 i. Henry Gransden, born in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died 26 Oct 1623 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; married Alice Harris 12 Jun 1609 in Tunbridge, Kent, England.

34438. Nicholas Harris, born Abt. 1550 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died 12 Jan 1615/16 in Tunbridge, Kent, England. He married 34439. Alice Thatcher 25 Oct 1575 in Tunbridge, Kent, England. 34439. Alice Thatcher, born Abt. 1554 in Tunbridge, Kent, England. Child of Nicholas Harris and Alice Thatcher is:

17219 i. Alice Harris, born 1580 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died 10 Sep 1645; married Henry Gransden 12 Jun 1609 in Tunbridge, Kent, England.

36920. Thomas Bagley He married 36921. Elinore Harison. 36921. Elinore Harison Child of Thomas Bagley and Elinore Harison is:

18460 i. John Bagley, born Bef. 25 Feb 1571/72 in Dudley, co. Worcestershire, England/Dudley, England; died 1635 in Coseley, co. Stafforshire, ENG; married Ann Tomlinson Abt. 1601.

36922. William Tomlinson He married 36923. Agnes Orres. 36923. Agnes Orres Child of William Tomlinson and Agnes Orres is:

18461 i. Ann Tomlinson, born Abt. 1584; died Bef. 03 Jul 1629; married John Bagley Abt. 1601.

37648. Robert Drake, born 23 Jul 1581 in Halstead,Essex,England/Halstead, England; died 14 Jan 1667/68 in Hampton,Rockingham,New Hampshire. He was the son of 75296. William Drake and 75297. Joan Merrlys. He married 37649. Jane Drake 1611. 37649. Jane Drake More About Robert Drake: Burial: Hampton,Rockingham,New Hampshire Child of Robert Drake and Jane Drake is:

18824 i. Capt Francis Drake, born 1618 in Devonshire, England; died 02 Sep 1687 in Portsmouth, NH; married Mary Walker 1635 in Portsmouth,,Rockingham,New Hampshire.

43344. Abraham Hallstead, born 05 Sep 1566 in Halifax Parish,, York, England/York, England; died 08

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Nov 1612 in Halifax Parish, York, England. He was the son of 86688. Lawrence Hallstead and 86689. Hester Chamberlain. He married 43345. Susan (Whytley) Whitley 05 Sep 1596 in Halifax, York, England. 43345. Susan (Whytley) Whitley, born 01 Feb 1571/72 in Ovenden, Worley, Halifax, Yorkshire, England/Halifax, England; died Aft. 1621 in Halifax, West Riding, Yorkshire, England. Notes for Abraham Hallstead: Abraham and Susan were clothiers More About Abraham Hallstead: Burial: 10 Jan 1612/13, Yorkshire, England Child of Abraham Hallstead and Susan Whitley is:

21672 i. Jonas Hallstead, born 23 Feb 1609/10 in Northowram, Halifax, Yorkshire, England/Halifax, England; died 1683 in Hempstead, Long Island, Ny; married Sarah (Susan) Butterfield 12 Apr 1632 in England.

43440. Christopher FitzRandolph, died 1588. He was the son of 86880. Duke Randolph. He married 43441. Joan FitzRandolph. 43441. Joan FitzRandolph Notes for Christopher FitzRandolph: CHRISTOPHER FITZ RANDOLPH, called "of Langton Hall," who married Joan, one of the daughters and heirs apparent of Cuthbert de Langton. Pending his marriage there were covenants made concerning the marriage between de Langton and another Christoopher Fitz-Randolph, cousin of this one. Christopher, son of John, above, had by his marriage with Joan de Langton, four sons: Thomas, John, Edward, and CHRISTOPHER. Thomas Fitz Randolph was born about 1530; succeeded to Langton Hall, and his descendants retained it until 1790. He married Katherine, daughter of Godfrey Foljambe, knight. James Fitz Randolph, his son, was born about 1650; he also succeeded to Langton Hall; married Katherine, daughter of Walter Manteniel of Nottinghamshire; died 1612; children: Philalethes, who was born in 1592 and died childless, and Thommas and Ferdinand, both of whom also died childless, and Isabel, to whom went the estate. Notes for Joan FitzRandolph: daughter and heiress of Cuthbert Langton of Langton Hall Child of Christopher FitzRandolph and Joan FitzRandolph is:

21720 i. Edware FitzRandolph, born in Sutton, Nottinghamshire, England/Sutton, England.

43444. Peter Blossom He was the son of 86888. John Blossom. He married 43445. Annable Blossom. 43445. Annable Blossom Child of Peter Blossom and Annable Blossom is:

21722 i. Thomas Blossom, born 1580 in Little Shelford, Cambridge, , England; died 1633 in Barnstable, Barnstable, Ma; married Anne (Heilsdon Elsdon) Blossom 10 Nov 1605 in St Clements, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England.

43448. William Belconger, born 1544 in Brooke, Norfolk, England; died 19 Nov 1601 in Brooke, Norfolk, England. He was the son of 86896. William Belconger and 86897. Margaret Belconger. He married 43449. Ann Ward 1575 in Brooke, Norfolk Co., England. 43449. Ann Ward, born Abt. 1557 in Brooke, Norfolk, England; died 1592 in Brooke, Norfolk, England. Child of William Belconger and Ann Ward is:

21724 i. John Belconger, born 1600 in Yarmouth, Norfolk, England; married Elizabeth Belconger 1615 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, , England.

43572. John Oliver, born Abt. 1555 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England/Bristol, England; died 31 Jan 1597/98 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. He married 43573. Elizabeth Rowland 28 Aug 1577 in Bristol,

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Gloucestershire, England. 43573. Elizabeth Rowland, born 1556 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England/Bristol, England; died 1628 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. Child of John Oliver and Elizabeth Rowland is:

21786 i. Thomas Oliver, born 14 Apr 1582 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England/Bristol, England; died 01 Jun 1658 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; married Ann Purchase Aft. 28 Aug 1577 in London, Middlesex, England.

43576. Rowland Cotton, born 1558 in London; died 1604 in Derby,Derby,England. He was the son of 87152. George Cotton and 87153. Margaret Whittacre. He married 43577. Mary Hurlbert 16 Aug 1582 in Derby,Derby,England. 43577. Mary Hurlbert, born Abt. 1500. Child of Rowland Cotton is: Child of Rowland Cotton and Mary Hurlbert is:

21788 i. Rev John Cotton, born 04 Dec 1585 in Derbyshire,Derby,England/Derbyshire, England; died 23 Dec 1652 in Boston,Suffolk,Massachusetts; married Sarah Story Hawkridge 25 Mar 1632 in England.

43578. Anthony Hawkridge, born Abt. 1568 in Bideford, Devon, England/Bideford, England. He married 43579. Isabel Dowse 1600 in Frieston,Lincolnshire,England. 43579. Isabel Dowse, born Abt. 1558 in Bideford, Devon, England/Bideford, England; died 19 Jun 1615. She was the daughter of 87158. John Dowse and 87159. Cassandra Dowse. Child of Anthony Hawkridge and Isabel Dowse is:

21789 i. Sarah Story Hawkridge, born Abt. 1598 in Bideford, Devon, England/Bideford, England; died 27 May 1676 in Boston,Suffolk,Massachusetts; married (1) William Story Bef. 1632; married (2) Rev John Cotton 25 Mar 1632 in England; married (3) Richard Mathers 26 Aug 1656 in BOSTON SUFFORK MASS.

43580. Simon Bradstreet, born 1580 in Horbling Parish, Lincolnshire, England. He was the son of 87160. Symon Bradstreet. Child of Simon Bradstreet is:

21790 i. Gov Simon Bradstreet, born Mar 1602/03 in Horbley Lincolnshire England; died 27 Mar 1697 in Salem Mass; married Anne Dudley.

43582. Gov Thomas Dudley, born 1576 in Yardley-Hastings, Northampton, England/Hastings, England; died 31 Jul 1653 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He was the son of 87164. Captain Roger Dudley and 87165. Susannah Thorne. He married 43583. Dorothy York 25 Apr 1603 in Harding Stone, Northampton, England. 43583. Dorothy York, born 1582 in Cotton End, Northampton, England; died 27 Dec 1641 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 87166. Edmund York and 87167. Katheryn York. Notes for Gov Thomas Dudley: Thomas Dudley was Gov of Plymouth colonies and a puritan preacher. Founder of Harvard Colledge. His history is well documented. Thomas Dudley, the only son of Capt. Roger Dudley and Susanna Thorne, was born in 1576 at Northampton, England. On March 14, 1590, when he was fourteen years old, his father was killed at the Battle of Ivery, leaving Thomas and his sister orphans, as their mother had died previously. Thomas inherited 500 pounds from his father and was raised as a page in the family of Lord Compton, Earl of Northampton. Afterwards, he became a clerk to his maternal kinsman, Judge Nichols, thus obtaining some

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knowledge of the law, which proved to be of great service to him in his later life. Also, while still in his minority, he was trained in Latin by a "Mrs. Purefoy", who was probably his maternal grandmother, Mary Purefoy. All in all, he gained a competent education and was able to understand any Latin author as well as most educated people of his time. In 1596, at the age of twenty, Thomas received a Captain's commission in the army. According to Cotton Mather, "the young sparks about Northampton were none of them willing to enter into the service until a commission was given to our young Dudley to be their Captain, and thus presently there were four-score that listed under him." Thomas and his company of volunteers went to France and fought on the side of Henry IV, King of France, at the siege of Amiens in 1597. On the conclusion of peace in 1597, Thomas returned to England, settled at Northampton and became acquainted with Dod, Hildersham and other Puritan leaders and himself became a Puritan. In 1603, he married Dorothy Yorke, daughter of Edmond Yorke, yeoman, of Cotton End, Northamptonshire. She was described by Cotton Mather as "a gentlewoman both of good estate and good extraction." By her he had five children. During the period from about 1600 to 1630, Thomas was steward (manager of estates) to Theophilus, Earl of Lincoln, who had been deep in debt prior to Thomas' stewardship. After only a few years of management by Thomas, however, the Earl was out of debt and was prospering. Also, during this period, Thomas became acquainted with John Cotton, renowned minister of Boston, Lincolnshire (and later of Boston, MA). The Puritans were considered by many political leaders and by the Church of England to be a threat and were subjected to substantial persecution. During the 1620's, relations between the Church of England and the Puritans worsened. Continuing pressure led to a decision by a large group of Puritans to emigrate to New England. In 1629, Thomas Dudley was one of the signers of the agreement to form the Massachusetts Bay Company. On Oct. 20, 1629, in the city of London, he was chosen one of the five officers to come to America with the Royal Charter. The Massachusetts Bay Company was essentially similar to any other trading company of the time, except that its members had managed to obtain possession of the company charter, or patent, and thus could take it with them to the New World. With possession of the patent that established their rights and privileges, they could control their own government and elect their own magistrates. The group elected John Winthrop governor and Thomas Dudley deputy governor in October 1629. It is difficult to understand Thomas Dudley's decision to leave England for the unknown shores of North America. In England he had friends, position and prosperity. But he decided to leave all this behind. Apparently, the pressures of persecution were so great that he was virtually forced to leave England or give up his religious convictions. In 1630, Thomas and his wife and children sailed to New England with the Winthrop Fleet, a group of eleven vessels carrying 700 passengers. The Dudley family was on the flagship, the Arbella. The Fleet left England in the Spring and arrived in Salem in June. Not approving of Salem as the capital, John Winthrop ordered the fleet south along the coast to Charlestown, ultimately settling at Newtown. Before leaving England, Winthrop had been elected governor and Thomas Dudley deputy-governor. Many of those who came with Winthrop separated and founded Roxbury, Lynn, Medford, Cambridge and Watertown. According to Thomas Dudley, about 200 of the emigrants died the first year in New England. A somewhat violent disagreement between Dudley and Winthrop, the first of many owing to Dudley's touchy and over-bearing temper, occurred when Winthrop abandoned the chosen settlement and moved to Boston. Dudley subsequently moved to Ipswich but after a short time, in order to be nearer the seat of government, settled at Roxbury. He built on the west side of Smelt Brook, just across the watering place, at the foot of the hill where the road that runs up to the First Church joins the Town Street. Although Thomas Dudley was 54 years of age when he landed in New England, he still had a long public career ahead of him. Throughout the rest of his life, he was almost constantly in public office. He was four times elected governor and thirteen times made deputy-governor. When not occupying either of these offices, he was usually to be found in the House as an Assistant. When the Standing Council with the idea of forming a body of members for life, Dudley was one of the three first chosen. When the New England Federation was formed in 1643, Dudley

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was one of the two commissioners chosen by Massachusetts to confer with those of the other colonies. There is hardly an event in the life of the colony during his own in which he did not act a part. Thomas Dudley and Simon Bradstreet (both future governors) founded Cambridge in 1631. Thomas, however, lived for many years in Roxbury (now part of Boston). In 1636, he was one of twelve men appointed by the General Court to consider the matter of a college at Newtown (Cambridge) and was one to report favorably on the project. In 1650, as governor, Thomas signed the original charter of the new college, named Harvard College. Thomas was a strict Puritan and clashed several times with other leaders of the colony. He was known to be very inflexible in his views. Cotton Mather wrote that if Thomas Dudley had been alive at the time of the witchcraft trouble, New England would never have been disgraced by the bloodshed of innocent persons. He was one of the principal founders of the First Church at Boston and in the church now standing at Berkley and Marlborough streets is a tablet with the following inscription: THOMAS DUDLEY. FOR SEVENTEEN YEARS GOVERNOR OR DEPUTY GOVERNOR OF THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY. AS GOVERNOR HE SIGNED THE CHARTER OF HARVARD COLLEGE. BORN IN ENGLAND 1576. DIED IN ROXBURY 1653. A MAN OF APPROVED WISDOM AND OF MUCH GOOD SERVICE TO THE STATE. Thomas was evidently as strong in body as he was unyielding in temper and unbreakable in will. Dorothy Dudley died in 1643 and Thomas remarried to Catherine Dighton. By her he had three children, the most noted being Joseph Dudley (1647) the future royal governor of Massachusetts, who was born when the old man was 70 years of age. Dudley was an able man with marked executive and business ability. His integrity was unimpeachable. His eye, though somewhat religiously jaundiced, was single to the public interest as he saw it. He was something of a scholar and wrote poetry, read in his day, but unreadable in ours. In him, New England Puritanism took on some of its harshest and least pleasant aspects. He often won approval, but never affection. He was positive, dogmatic, austere, prejudiced, unlovable. He dominated by sheer strength of will as a leader in his community. Like many of the others, he was no friend to popular government and a strong believer in autocracy. Opposed to the clergy in one respect, he believed that the state should control even the church and enforce conformity as the superior, and not the handmaid, of the ecclesiastical organization. Thomas was a thrifty man, who became one of the largest landowners in Roxbury, He was a "trading, moneygetting man" and was said to be somewhat hard and "prone to usury." When he died, his property was valued at £1,560 and included bandoleers, corselets, some Latin books, some on law, some that indicate a taste for literature, and many on the doctrines of religion. On July 31, 1653, Thomas Dudley died at the age of 77 at Roxbury, Massachusetts. There was a great funeral, with the most distinguished citizens as pall bearers. the clergy were present in large numbers. Military units were present with muffled drums and reversed arms. He was buried at Roxbury, near his home, where his tomb may be seen on the highest point of land. His epitaph was written by Rev. Ezekiel Rogers and reads as follows:

In books a Prodigal they say; A table talker rich in sense; And witty without wits pretense; An able champion in debate; Whose words lacked number but not weight; Both Catholic and Christian too; A soldier timely, tried and true; Condemned to share the common doom; Reposes here in Dudley's tomb;

He immigrated in the Arbelle June 20 1620 when he was 54.

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The Dudleys were prominant members of England's aristocracy. Gov Dudley is regarded as a fair, but overly harsh, governor. He was a magistrate at the trial of Anne Hutchinson, the other, heretical, Anne, who threatened the foundations of the colony and "gloried" in her excommunication. Governors and deputies of the Massachusetts Bay Colony: 1630-1715 & 1760-1774

Year Governor Deputy Year Governor Deputy 1630 John Winthrop Dudley 1690 Simon Bradstreet 1631 John Winthrop Dudley 1691 Simon Bradstreet 1632 John Winthrop Dudley 1692 William Phips 1633 John Winthrop Dudley 1693 William Phips 1634 Thomas Dudley Ludlow 1694 William Stoughton 1635 John Haynes Bellingham 1695 William Stoughton 1636 Henry Vane Winthrop 1696 William Stoughton 1637 John Winthrop Dudley 1697 William Stoughton 1638 John Winthrop Dudley 1698 William Stoughton 1639 John Winthrop Dudley 1699 Richard Coote 1640 Thomas Dudley Bellingham 1700 William Stoughton 1641 Richard Bellingham Endecott 1701 Massachusetts Council 1642 John Winthrop Endecott 1702 Joseph Dudley 1643 John Winthrop Endecott 1703 Joseph Dudley 1644 John Endecott Winthrop 1704 Joseph Dudley 1645 Thomas Dudley Winthrop 1705 Joseph Dudley 1646 John Winthrop Dudley 1706 Joseph Dudley 1647 John Winthrop Dudley 1707 Joseph Dudley 1648 John Winthrop Dudley 1708 Joseph Dudley 1649 John Endecott Dudley 1709 Joseph Dudley 1650 Thomas Dudley Endecott 1710 Joseph Dudley 1651 John Endecott Dudley 1711 Joseph Dudley 1652 John Endecott Dudley 1712 Joseph Dudley 1653 John Endecott Bellingham 1713 Joseph Dudley 1654 Richard Bellingham Endecott 1714 Joseph Dudley 1655 John Endecott Bellingham 1656 John Endecott Bellingham 1657 John Endecott Bellingham 1757 Thomas Pownall 1658 John Endecott Bellingham 1758 Thomas Pownall 1659 John Endecott Bellingham 1759 Thomas Pownall 1660 John Endecott Bellingham 1760 Thomas Hutchinson 1661 John Endecott Bellingham 1761 Francis Bernard 1662 John Endecott Bellingham 1762 Francis Bernard 1663 John Endecott Bellingham 1763 Francis Bernard 1664 John Endecott Bellingham 1764 Francis Bernard 1665 Richard Bellingham 1765 Francis Bernard 1666 Richard Bellingham 1766 Francis Bernard 1667 Richard Bellingham 1767 Francis Bernard 1668 Richard Bellingham Bradstreet 1768 Francis Bernard 1669 Richard Bellingham 1769 Thomas Hutchinson 1670 Richard Bellingham 1770 Thomas Hutchinson 1671 Richard Bellingham Leverett 1771 Thomas Hutchinson 1672 John Leverett 1772 Thomas Hutchinson 1673 John Leverett 1773 Thomas Hutchinson 1674 John Leverett

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The `Boston Men', central figures among the leaders of the Massachusetts Bay Company. They had been members of the Rev. John Cotton's congregation of St.Botolph's Church in Boston, Lincolnshire, who had migrated to found Boston and Massachusetts, plus the son of one of them. John Winthrop. Elected by the members of the Massachusetts Bay Company to be their leader. (Thos. Dudley was his second in command.) John Haynes. Migrated with John Cotton aboard the `Griffin'. A child of his was baptised in the `Stump'. Henry Vane. Squire of Belleau, Lincolnshire. Lodged with Cotton on his arrival in the New World. An ally of Anne Hutchinson, the leader of religious dissent during the Antinomian Controversy, who was a loyal supporter of Cotton in both Bostons. These years are the only early years when neither governor nor the deputy governor were from the 'Boston Men'. John Endecott. Leader of the `Dorsetshire Group'. Preceeded the Massachusetts Company and led the colony before the arrival of Winthrop and the `Boston Men'. Thomas Hutchinson. Descendant of Anne Hutchinson. Thos. Pownall & Francis Bernard from Lincoln; Bernard was a former recorder of `old' Boston. Simon Bradstreet was President of the United Colonies during these years. Family Seal: lion on its hind paws with a small moon in left upper quadrant, used by Barony of Sutton-Dudley, first used by John Sutton First Lord Dudley. Chief steward to Theophilus Clinton, Puritan Earl of Lincoln. Royal Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony. Founded towns Roxbury and Cambridge. Founded Harvard College. 1998 Cousin of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, favourite of Queen Elizabeth. An Epitath written by her daughter Ann: Within this tomb a patriot lies That was both pious, just and wise, To truth a shield, to right a wall, To sectaries a whip and maul, A magazine of history, A prizer of good company In manners pleasant and severe The good him loved, the bad did fear, And when his time with years was spent In some rejoiced, more did lament.

More About Gov Thomas Dudley: Burial: Eustis Street Cemetery, Suffolk CO Mass Notes for Dorothy York: Epithat composed by her daughter Ann: Epitaph. Here Lies

A worthy matron of unspotted life, A loving mother and obedient wife, A friendly neighbor, pitiful to poor, Whom oft she fed and clothed with her store; To servants wisely awful, but yet kind, And as they did, so they reward did find;

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A true instructor of her family, The which she ordered with dexterity; The public meetings ever did frequent, And, in her closet, constant hours she spent. Religious in all her works and ways, Preparing still for death, till end of days; Of all her children, children lived to see, Then, dying, left a blessed memory."

More About Dorothy York: Burial: Roxbury Child of Thomas Dudley and Dorothy York is:

21791 i. Anne Dudley, born Abt. 1612 in Northampton, Northants, England; died 16 Sep 1672 in Andover, Essex, Massachusetts; married Gov Simon Bradstreet.

43636. John Thayer, born 1531 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England/Thornbury, England; died 12 Oct 1584 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England. He was the son of 87272. John Thayer and 87273. Constance Thayer. He married 43637. Mary Roberts 1557 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England. 43637. Mary Roberts, born 1535 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England/Thornbury, England; died 20 Apr 1611 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England. Child of John Thayer and Mary Roberts is:

21818 i. John Thayer, born 28 Feb 1562/63 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England/Thornbury, England; died 01 Jan 1600/01 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England; married Joan Lawrence 03 Aug 1589 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England.

45056. Peter Jennings, born 1492. Child of Peter Jennings is:

22528 i. John Jennens, died 1575.

45280. Richard Austen, born 19 Apr 1544 in Tenterden, Kent, England/Kent, England. He married 45281. Elizabeth Kenworthy. 45281. Elizabeth Kenworthy, born 1546 in Tenterden, Kent, England/Kent, England; died 09 Feb 1619/20 in Goudhurst, Kent, England. Child of Richard Austen and Elizabeth Kenworthy is:

22640 i. John Austen, born 13 Mar 1578/79 in Goudhurst, Kent, England; married Margaret Austen 04 Feb 1599/00 in Goudhurst, Kent, England.

45282. William Austen, born 01 Sep 1541 in Goudhurst, Kent, England. Child of William Austen is:

22641 i. Margaret Austen, born 1573 in Goudhurst, Kent, England; married John Austen 04 Feb 1599/00 in Goudhurst, Kent, England.

Generation No. 17 67072. III John Finley, died 1507. He was the son of 134144. , Jr John Finlay and 134145. Mary McRae. He married 67073. Janet Roger. 67073. Janet Roger, born in Cupar Angus, Fife, Scotland/Cupar, Scotland. She was the daughter of

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134146. William Roger. More About III John Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Janet Roger: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Children of John Finley and Janet Roger are:

33536 i. ii. Andrew Finley, died 1546 in Aughinleyth, Fife, Scot; married Janet Hay Abt. 1523. John Finley More About John Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001

67074. John Hay He married 67075. Janet Douglas. 67075. Janet Douglas More About John Hay: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Janet Douglas: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of John Hay and Janet Douglas is:

33537 i. Janet Hay, married Andrew Finley Abt. 1523.

75296. William Drake, born 1553 in Halstead,Essex,England/Halstead, England. He married 75297. Joan Merrlys 12 Oct 1578 in Halstead,Essex,England. 75297. Joan Merrlys, born 1557 in Halstead,Essex,England/Halstead, England; died 16 Mar 1616/17 in Elmstead,Essex,England. More About William Drake: Burial: 03 Nov 1616, Elmstead,Essex,England More About Joan Merrlys: Burial: 30 Mar 1617, Elmstead,Essex,England Child of William Drake and Joan Merrlys is:

37648 i. Robert Drake, born 23 Jul 1581 in Halstead,Essex,England/Halstead, England; died 14 Jan 1667/68 in Hampton,Rockingham,New Hampshire; married Jane Drake 1611.

86688. Lawrence Hallstead, born 1542 in Rowley, Lancaster, England. He married 86689. Hester Chamberlain. 86689. Hester Chamberlain, born 1546 in Rowley, Lancaster, England. She was the daughter of 173378. Abraham Chamberlain. Child of Lawrence Hallstead and Hester Chamberlain is:

43344 i. Abraham Hallstead, born 05 Sep 1566 in Halifax Parish,, York, England/York, England; died 08 Nov 1612 in Halifax Parish, York, England; married Susan (Whytley) Whitley 05 Sep 1596 in Halifax, York, England.

86880. Duke Randolph, died Abt. 1565. He was the son of 173760. Duke Randoph and 173761. Edith. Notes for Duke Randolph:

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fifth son of Randolph and Catherine. The first son being Henry, whose son Charles was the last in the line of those dukes of Westmoreland, and the other sons being Thomas, Edward, Christopher and Cuthert. Child of Duke Randolph is:

43440 i. Christopher FitzRandolph, died 1588; married Joan FitzRandolph.

86888. John Blossom Child of John Blossom is:

43444 i. Peter Blossom, married Annable Blossom.

86896. William Belconger, born 1500 in Brooke, Norfolk, England; died 18 Mar 1562/63 in England. He married 86897. Margaret Belconger. 86897. Margaret Belconger Child of William Belconger and Margaret Belconger is:

43448 i. William Belconger, born 1544 in Brooke, Norfolk, England; died 19 Nov 1601 in Brooke, Norfolk, England; married Ann Ward 1575 in Brooke, Norfolk Co., England.

87152. George Cotton, born 1525 in London, Middlesex, England; died 1559 in London, Middlesex, England. He was the son of 174304. Clement Cotton and 174305. Constance Levethrope. He married 87153. Margaret Whittacre. 87153. Margaret Whittacre, born 1525 in London; died 20 Sep 1557. Child of George Cotton and Margaret Whittacre is:

43576 i. Rowland Cotton, born 1558 in London; died 1604 in Derby,Derby,England; married (2) Mary Hurlbert 16 Aug 1582 in Derby,Derby,England.

87158. John Dowse, born Abt. 1523 in Frieston,Lincolnshire,England; died 05 Nov 1559 in Frieston,Lincolnshire,England. He married 87159. Cassandra Dowse. 87159. Cassandra Dowse, born Abt. 1525 in Frieston,Lincolnshire,England. She was the daughter of 174318. Richard Dowse and 174319. Alice Dowse. Child of John Dowse and Cassandra Dowse is:

43579 i. Isabel Dowse, born Abt. 1558 in Bideford, Devon, England/Bideford, England; died 19 Jun 1615; married Anthony Hawkridge 1600 in Frieston,Lincolnshire,England.

87160. Symon Bradstreet Child of Symon Bradstreet is:

43580 i. Simon Bradstreet, born 1580 in Horbling Parish, Lincolnshire, England.

87164. Captain Roger Dudley, born Abt. 1550 in London, England; died Bet. 1585 - 1590 in Oakley, Northants, England. He was the son of 174328. John Dudley and 174329. Eliabeth Clerke. He married 87165. Susannah Thorne. 87165. Susannah Thorne Notes for Captain Roger Dudley: Killed at the Battle of Ivery Child of Roger Dudley and Susannah Thorne is:

43582 i. Gov Thomas Dudley, born 1576 in Yardley-Hastings, Northampton, England/Hastings, England; died 31 Jul 1653 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts; married Dorothy York 25 Apr 1603 in Harding Stone,

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Northampton, England.

87166. Edmund York He married 87167. Katheryn York. 87167. Katheryn York Child of Edmund York and Katheryn York is:

43583 i. Dorothy York, born 1582 in Cotton End, Northampton, England; died 27 Dec 1641 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts; married Gov Thomas Dudley 25 Apr 1603 in Harding Stone, Northampton, England.

87272. John Thayer, born 1503 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England/Thornbury, England; died 11 Feb 1560/61 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England. He married 87273. Constance Thayer. 87273. Constance Thayer Child of John Thayer and Constance Thayer is:

43636 i. John Thayer, born 1531 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England/Thornbury, England; died 12 Oct 1584 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England; married Mary Roberts 1557 in Thornbury,Gloucestershire,England.

Generation No. 18 134144. , Jr John Finlay, died 1461 in Kethyly Twp, Forfarshire, Scot.. He was the son of 268288. , Sr John Finlay and 268289. Elinor Stewart. He married 134145. Mary McRae. 134145. Mary McRae, died 1462. More About , Jr John Finlay: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Mary McRae: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of John Finlay and Mary McRae is:

67072 i. III John Finley, died 1507; married Janet Roger.

134146. William Roger More About William Roger: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of William Roger is:

67073 i. Janet Roger, born in Cupar Angus, Fife, Scotland/Cupar, Scotland; married III John Finley.

173378. Abraham Chamberlain, born Abt. 1520. Child of Abraham Chamberlain is:

86689 i. Hester Chamberlain, born 1546 in Rowley, Lancaster, England; married Lawrence Hallstead.

173760. Duke Randoph He was the son of 347520. Duke of Westmoreland Randolph and 347521. Margaret. He married 173761. Edith. 173761. Edith She was the daughter of 347522. Earl of Sandwich. Notes for Duke Randoph: RANDOLPH, Duke of Westmoreland. (Son of Randolph and Edith), married Catherine, daughter of Edward, Duke of Buckingham. Died 1524. (This Buckingham was descended from Thomas Woodcock, Duke of Gloucester, uncle to Richard II. By this pedigree, he was not only allied to the royal family, but had claims for

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high dignities and extensive estates. Hume says Buckingham's mother was a daughter of Edmund, Duke of Somerset, descended from Edward III, and mentions "the power and splendor of his family." He was at first a partisan and then an enemy of Richard III.)

Child of Randoph and Edith is:

86880 i. Duke Randolph, died Abt. 1565.

174304. Clement Cotton, born 1475 in Landwade, Cambridge, England. He was the son of 348608. Clement Cotten and 348609. Madwen Doggett. He married 174305. Constance Levethrope. 174305. Constance Levethrope, born 1478 in Hatfield, Essex, England. Child of Clement Cotton and Constance Levethrope is:

87152 i. George Cotton, born 1525 in London, Middlesex, England; died 1559 in London, Middlesex, England; married Margaret Whittacre.

174318. Richard Dowse, born Abt. 1490 in Gayton,Lincolnshire,England. He married 174319. Alice Dowse. 174319. Alice Dowse Child of Richard Dowse and Alice Dowse is:

87159 i. Cassandra Dowse, born Abt. 1525 in Frieston,Lincolnshire,England; married John Dowse.

174328. John Dudley, born 1518 in Middlesex England; died 1545 in Saint Michaels Cornhill London England. He was the son of 348656. Thomas Dudley and 348657. Margaret Threlkeld. He married 174329. Eliabeth Clerke. 174329. Eliabeth Clerke, born 1524 in Cornhill London England; died 1568. She was the daughter of 348658. John Clerke and 348659. Alice Clerke. Child of John Dudley and Eliabeth Clerke is:

87164 i. Captain Roger Dudley, born Abt. 1550 in London, England; died Bet. 1585 - 1590 in Oakley, Northants, England; married Susannah Thorne.

Generation No. 19 268288. , Sr John Finlay, born 1356; died 1445. He was the son of 536576. Andrew Finlay and 536577. Marjorie McDonald. He married 268289. Elinor Stewart. 268289. Elinor Stewart Notes for , Sr John Finlay: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: Bishop of Dumblain, Perthshire 1406 Tutor of James, son of Murdoch, Duke of St Albans More About , Sr John Finlay: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Elinor Stewart: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Children of John Finlay and Elinor Stewart are:

134144 i. ii. , Jr John Finlay, died 1461 in Kethyly Twp, Forfarshire, Scot; married Mary McRae. Andrew Finley

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More About Andrew Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 iii. William Finley More About William Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 iv. Alexander Finley More About Alexander Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 v. Robert Finley More About Robert Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 vi. Margaret Finley More About Margaret Finley: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001

347520. Duke of Westmoreland Randolph He was the son of 695040. John and 695041. Anna. He married 347521. Margaret. 347521. Margaret She was the daughter of 695042. Both de Barton of Lancaster. Child of Randolph and Margaret is:

173760 i. Duke Randoph, married Edith.

347522. Earl of Sandwich Child of Earl of Sandwich is:

173761 i. Edith, married Duke Randoph.

348608. Clement Cotten He was the son of 697216. Walter Cotten and 697217. Blanche Cotten. He married 348609. Madwen Doggett. 348609. Madwen Doggett Child of Clement Cotten and Madwen Doggett is:

174304 i. Clement Cotton, born 1475 in Landwade, Cambridge, England; married Constance Levethrope.

348656. Thomas Dudley, born 1499 in Dudley Worchestershire England; died 1549 in Saint Michaels Cornhill London. He was the son of 697312. Edward Sutton and 697313. Cecily Willoughby. He married 348657. Margaret Threlkeld. 348657. Margaret Threlkeld, born 1495 in London Middle-Saxonia England; died 1551 in London MiddleSaxonia England. She was the daughter of 697314. Sir Launcelot Threlkeld. Child of Thomas Dudley and Margaret Threlkeld is:

174328 i. John Dudley, born 1518 in Middlesex England; died 1545 in Saint Michaels Cornhill London England; married Eliabeth Clerke.

348658. John Clerke He married 348659. Alice Clerke. 348659. Alice Clerke Child of John Clerke and Alice Clerke is:

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174329 i. Eliabeth Clerke, born 1524 in Cornhill London England; died 1568; married John Dudley.

Generation No. 20 536576. Andrew Finlay He was the son of 1073152. William Finlay and 1073153. Isabell Dempster. He married 536577. Marjorie McDonald. 536577. Marjorie McDonald Notes for Andrew Finlay: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: Sheriff at Perth More About Andrew Finlay: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Marjorie McDonald: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Andrew Finlay and Marjorie McDonald is:

268288 i. , Sr John Finlay, born 1356; died 1445; married Elinor Stewart.

695040. John He was the son of 1390080. John and 1390081. Elizabeth. He married 695041. Anna. 695041. Anna Notes for John: JOHN, heir presumptive to the dukedom of Westmoreland. (Hume speaks of him as Duke in fact at the time of the battle, and of his being slain with the great Percy, Duke of Northumberland, and a near kinsman, and with Sir John Neville, brother of Westmoreland, and Dares, another kinsman.) Was hero of the battle of Torton, in the year 1461, and bravely lost his life there on the Lancastrian side. He had married Anna, the widow of John de Neville Child of John and Anna is:

347520 i. Duke of Westmoreland Randolph, married Margaret.

695042. Both de Barton of Lancaster Child of Both de Barton of Lancaster is:

347521 i. Margaret, married Duke of Westmoreland Randolph.

697216. Walter Cotten He was the son of 1394432. Walter Cotten and 1394433. Joan Reade. He married 697217. Blanche Cotten. 697217. Blanche Cotten Child of Walter Cotten and Blanche Cotten is:

348608 i. Clement Cotten, married Madwen Doggett.

697312. Edward Sutton, born 1459 in Dudley Worchestershire England; died 31 Jan 1530/31 in England. He was the son of 1394624. Edmund Sutton and 1394625. Lady Joice Tiptoft. He married 697313. Cecily Willoughby. 697313. Cecily Willoughby, born 1463 in Dudley Worchestershire England; died in England. She was the daughter of 1394626. William Willoughby and 1394627. Joan Strangeways.

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Child of Edward Sutton and Cecily Willoughby is:

348656 i. Thomas Dudley, born 1499 in Dudley Worchestershire England; died 1549 in Saint Michaels Cornhill London; married Margaret Threlkeld.

697314. Sir Launcelot Threlkeld, born 1468. Notes for Sir Launcelot Threlkeld: a knight Child of Sir Launcelot Threlkeld is:

348657 i. Margaret Threlkeld, born 1495 in London Middle-Saxonia England; died 1551 in London MiddleSaxonia England; married Thomas Dudley.

Generation No. 21 1073152. William Finlay He was the son of 2146304. Archibald Finlay and 2146305. Margaret Robertson. He married 1073153. Isabell Dempster. 1073153. Isabell Dempster Notes for William Finlay: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: Tenent and forrester of King Robert I at Rousknet, Perthshire More About William Finlay: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Isabell Dempster: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of William Finlay and Isabell Dempster is:

536576 i. Andrew Finlay, married Marjorie McDonald.

1390080. John He was the son of 2780160. Randolph de Neville and 2780161. Lady Lady Stafford. He married 1390081. Elizabeth. 1390081. Elizabeth She was the daughter of 2780162. Earl of Canterbury Thomas Holland. Child of John and Elizabeth is:

695040 i. John, married Anna.

1394432. Walter Cotten, died 1445. He was the son of 2788864. John Cotten and 2788865. Bridget Grace. He married 1394433. Joan Reade. 1394433. Joan Reade Child of Walter Cotten and Joan Reade is:

697216 i. Walter Cotten, married Blanche Cotten.

1394624. Edmund Sutton, born 1425 in England; died 1487 in England. He was the son of 2789248. John Sutton and 2789249. Lady Elizabeth Berkeley. He married 1394625. Lady Joice Tiptoft 1459. 1394625. Lady Joice Tiptoft, born 1430 in Dudley Worchestershire England; died 1470. Child of Edmund Sutton and Joice Tiptoft is:

697312 i. Edward Sutton, born 1459 in Dudley Worchestershire England; died 31 Jan 1530/31 in England; married Cecily Willoughby.

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1394626. William Willoughby, born 1430 in England. He married 1394627. Joan Strangeways. 1394627. Joan Strangeways, born 1427 in England. Child of William Willoughby and Joan Strangeways is:

697313 i. Cecily Willoughby, born 1463 in Dudley Worchestershire England; died in England; married Edward Sutton.

Generation No. 22 2146304. Archibald Finlay He was the son of 4292608. Fearchar Finlay and 4292609. Miss MacDonachadh. He married 2146305. Margaret Robertson. 2146305. Margaret Robertson Notes for Archibald Finlay: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: Distinguished himself at Battle of Largs 12/-Oct-1263 between Scots & Norwegians More About Archibald Finlay: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Margaret Robertson: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Archibald Finlay and Margaret Robertson is:

1073152 i. William Finlay, married Isabell Dempster.

2780160. Randolph de Neville He was the son of 5560320. Lord of Middleham John de Neville and 5560321. Matilda Percy. He married 2780161. Lady Lady Stafford. 2780161. Lady Lady Stafford Notes for Randolph de Neville: Lord of Middleham and first Earl of Westmoreland. Whose first wife was Margaret (daughter of Hugo), Lady Stafford - descended from Edward I - and whose second wife was Joan of Beauford, daughter of John of Gaunt and grand-daughter of Edward III. He died in 1435. By his second wife his posterity runs into and down the English royal line. We now follow the posterity of the Earl of Westmoreland by his first wife, Lady Stafford Child of Randolph de Neville and Lady Stafford is:

1390080 i. John, married Elizabeth.

2780162. Earl of Canterbury Thomas Holland Child of Earl of Canterbury Thomas Holland is:

1390081 i. Elizabeth, married John.

2788864. John Cotten, died 1393. He was the son of 5577728. Thomas Cotten and 5577729. Alice de Hastings. He married 2788865. Bridget Grace. 2788865. Bridget Grace Child of John Cotten and Bridget Grace is:

1394432 i. Walter Cotten, died 1445; married Joan Reade.

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2789248. John Sutton, born 25 Dec 1401 in Dudley Castle Staffordshire England/Staffordshire, England; died 13 Sep 1488 in England. He was the son of 5578496. John Sutton and 5578497. Constance Blount. He married 2789249. Lady Elizabeth Berkeley 1420. 2789249. Lady Elizabeth Berkeley, born 1390 in England; died 1478 in England. She was the daughter of 5578498. John Berkely and 5578499. Elizabeth Bettshorne. Notes for John Sutton: 1439 09 26 Summoned to Parliament as a Baron by writ. Child of John Sutton and Elizabeth Berkeley is:

1394624 i. Edmund Sutton, born 1425 in England; died 1487 in England; married Lady Joice Tiptoft 1459.

Generation No. 23 4292608. Fearchar Finlay He was the son of 8585216. Eugenius McFinlay. He married 4292609. Miss MacDonachadh. 4292609. Miss MacDonachadh Notes for Fearchar Finlay: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: Lived Aberdeenshire in 1236 CVhief of Clan Fionnladh or Finlay More About Fearchar Finlay: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Miss MacDonachadh: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Fearchar Finlay and Miss MacDonachadh is:

2146304 i. Archibald Finlay, married Margaret Robertson.

5560320. Lord of Middleham John de Neville, died 1368. He was the son of 11120640. Lord of Middleham Randolph de Neville and 11120641. Alicia. He married 5560321. Matilda Percy. 5560321. Matilda Percy She was the daughter of 11120642. Hugo de Audley. Notes for Lord of Middleham John de Neville: Lord of Middleham. Who married Matilda Percy. Died 1398. She was the second of this noble family to become allied with the Neville - Fitz Randolph line Child of John de Neville and Matilda Percy is:

2780160 i. Randolph de Neville, married Lady Lady Stafford.

5577728. Thomas Cotten He married 5577729. Alice de Hastings. 5577729. Alice de Hastings Child of Thomas Cotten and Alice de Hastings is:

2788864 i. John Cotten, died 1393; married Bridget Grace.

5578496. John Sutton He married 5578497. Constance Blount 10 Dec 1401. 5578497. Constance Blount Child of John Sutton and Constance Blount is:

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2789248 i. John Sutton, born 25 Dec 1401 in Dudley Castle Staffordshire England/Staffordshire, England; died 13 Sep 1488 in England; married Lady Elizabeth Berkeley 1420.

5578498. John Berkely, born 21 Jan 1350/51 in England; died 1428 in England. He was the son of 11156996. Thomas Berkeley and 11156997. Katherine Clivedon. He married 5578499. Elizabeth Bettshorne. 5578499. Elizabeth Bettshorne, born 1353 in England. She was the daughter of 11156998. John Bettshorne. Child of John Berkely and Elizabeth Bettshorne is:

2789249 i. Lady Elizabeth Berkeley, born 1390 in England; died 1478 in England; married John Sutton 1420.

Generation No. 24 8585216. Eugenius McFinlay He was the son of 17170432. Fergus McFinlay. Notes for Eugenius McFinlay: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: a 4th son murdered by Walter, Seneschal of Scotland 1223 Also known as Shaw Farquhar(son) - claimed origin of the clan Farquharson in Aberdeenshire More About Eugenius McFinlay: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Eugenius McFinlay is:

4292608 i. Fearchar Finlay, married Miss MacDonachadh.

11120640. Lord of Middleham Randolph de Neville, died 1368. He was the son of 22241280. Robert de Neville and 22241281. Mary FitzRandolph. He married 11120641. Alicia. 11120641. Alicia She was the daughter of 22241282. Hugo de Audley. Notes for Lord of Middleham Randolph de Neville: Typo Randolph's father was Lord of Middleham. Whose second wife was Margaret, daughter of Marmaduke Thweng. Died 1332of the same name. His grandmother was MARY FITZ RANDOLPH Child of Randolph de Neville and Alicia is:

5560320 i. Lord of Middleham John de Neville, died 1368; married Matilda Percy.

11120642. Hugo de Audley Child of Hugo de Audley is:

5560321 i. Matilda Percy, married Lord of Middleham John de Neville.

11156996. Thomas Berkeley He was the son of 22313992. Maurice Berkeley and 22313993. Eva Zouch. He married 11156997. Katherine Clivedon. 11156997. Katherine Clivedon, born 1321 in England; died 1385 in Berkely England. She was the daughter of 22313994. John Clivedon and 22313995. Emma Clivedon.

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Child of Thomas Berkeley and Katherine Clivedon is:

5578498 i. John Berkely, born 21 Jan 1350/51 in England; died 1428 in England; married Elizabeth Bettshorne.

11156998. John Bettshorne Child of John Bettshorne is:

5578499 i. Elizabeth Bettshorne, born 1353 in England; married John Berkely.

Generation No. 25 17170432. Fergus McFinlay He was the son of 34340864. Rory McFinlay. Notes for Fergus McFinlay: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: also known as Farquhar Shaw of Rothumerches tenant of Rossen Cromarty 1210 married heiress of Invercaula, Aberdeenshire More About Fergus McFinlay: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Fergus McFinlay is:

8585216 i. Eugenius McFinlay.

22241280. Robert de Neville He married 22241281. Mary FitzRandolph. 22241281. Mary FitzRandolph She was the daughter of 44482562. Lord of Middleham Randolph FitzRandolph and 44482563. Anastasia. Notes for Mary FitzRandolph: a rich, religious and benevolent woman who married Robert de Neville. She died AD 1320, having survived her husband 49 years. Child of Robert de Neville and Mary FitzRandolph is:

11120640 i. Lord of Middleham Randolph de Neville, died 1368; married Alicia.

22241282. Hugo de Audley Child of Hugo de Audley is:

11120641 i. Alicia, married Lord of Middleham Randolph de Neville.

22313992. Maurice Berkeley, born 1271 in Berkeley Castle Gloucester England; died 31 May 1326 in Berkeley Castle Gloucester England. He was the son of 44627984. Thomas Berkely and 44627985. Joane Ferrers. He married 22313993. Eva Zouch. 22313993. Eva Zouch Child of Maurice Berkeley and Eva Zouch is:

11156996 i. Thomas Berkeley, married Katherine Clivedon.

22313994. John Clivedon He married 22313995. Emma Clivedon. 22313995. Emma Clivedon Child of John Clivedon and Emma Clivedon is:

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11156997 i. Katherine Clivedon, born 1321 in England; died 1385 in Berkely England; married Thomas Berkeley.

Generation No. 26 34340864. Rory McFinlay He was the son of 68681728. Macbeatha McFinlay and 68681729. Bethoca. Notes for Rory McFinlay: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: Thane of Cromarty 1152 More About Rory McFinlay: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Rory McFinlay is:

17170432 i. Fergus McFinlay.

44482562. Lord of Middleham Randolph FitzRandolph He was the son of 88965124. Randolph FitzRandolph and 88965125. Mary. He married 44482563. Anastasia. 44482563. Anastasia She was the daughter of 88965126. Lord Percy William. Child of Randolph FitzRandolph and Anastasia is:

22241281 i. Mary FitzRandolph, married Robert de Neville.

44627984. Thomas Berkely He was the son of 89255968. Maurice de Berkeley and 89255969. Isabel Fitzroy Plantagenet. He married 44627985. Joane Ferrers. 44627985. Joane Ferrers Child of Thomas Berkely and Joane Ferrers is:

22313992 i. Maurice Berkeley, born 1271 in Berkeley Castle Gloucester England; died 31 May 1326 in Berkeley Castle Gloucester England; married Eva Zouch.

Generation No. 27 68681728. Macbeatha McFinlay, born 1060; died 1093. He was the son of 137363456. Macbeth and 137363457. Gruoch. He married 68681729. Bethoca. 68681729. Bethoca She was the daughter of 137363458. Andrew McBrad. Notes for Macbeatha McFinlay: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: a younder son of MacBeth Thane of Cromarty More About Macbeatha McFinlay: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Bethoca: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Macbeatha McFinlay and Bethoca is:

34340864 i. Rory McFinlay.

88965124. Randolph FitzRandolph He was the son of 177930248. Lord of Middleham Robert

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FitzRandolph. He married 88965125. Mary. 88965125. Mary She was the daughter of 177930250. Duke of Norfolk Roger Bigot. Child of Randolph FitzRandolph and Mary is:

44482562 i. Lord of Middleham Randolph FitzRandolph, married Anastasia.

88965126. Lord Percy William Child of Lord Percy William is:

44482563 i. Anastasia, married Lord of Middleham Randolph FitzRandolph.

89255968. Maurice de Berkeley He married 89255969. Isabel Fitzroy Plantagenet. 89255969. Isabel Fitzroy Plantagenet She was the daughter of 178511938. Richard Fitzroy Plantagenet and 178511939. Rohsia Dover. Child of Maurice de Berkeley and Isabel Plantagenet is:

44627984 i. Thomas Berkely, married Joane Ferrers.

Generation No. 28 137363456. Macbeth, born 1005. He was the son of 274726912. Finlay McRuaidbri and 274726913. Donada. He married 137363457. Gruoch. 137363457. Gruoch She was the daughter of 274726914. Bodhe. Notes for Macbeth: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: Macbeth of (muych later) Shakespear fame Reigned 1039 - 1057 Lost Moray to Sigurd, his brother in law, in an interclan fued Sigurd was then slain by Malcom and Gilcomgain, the latter being the father of Lulach, Macbet hs later step-son IN the downfall followin ght death of Macbeth at Lumphanen, the clan Fiannladh (finlay) was o utlawed Lulcah was kikked after but four months The clan went underground, taking the tartan and name of Faruharson. BIOGRAPHY: King of Scots from 1040, the legend of whose life was the basis of Shakespeare's M acbeth. He was probably a grandson of King Kenneth II (ruled 971-995), and he married Gruoch , a descendant of King Kenneth III (ruled 997-1005). About 1031 Macbeth succeeded his father , Findlaech (Sinel in Shakespeare), as mormaer, or chief, in the province of Moray, in northe rn Scotland. Macbeth established himself on the throne after killing his cousin King Dunca n I in battle near Elgin--not, as in Shakespeare, by murdering Duncan in bed-on Aug. 14, 104 0. Both Duncan and Macbeth derived their rights to the crown through their mothers. Macbeth's victory in 1045 over a rebel army, near Dunkeld (in modern Tayside region) may acco unt for the later references (in Shakespeare and others) to Birnam Wood, for the village of B irnam is near Dunkeld. In 1046 Siward, Earl of Northumbria, unsuccessfully attempted to dethr one Macbeth in favour of Malcolm (afterward King Malcolm III Canmore), eldest son of Duncan I . By 1050 Macbeth felt secure enough to leave Scotland for a pilgrimage to Rome. But in 105 4 he was apparently forced by Siward to yield part of southern Scotland to Malcolm. Three yea rs later Macbeth was killed in battle by Malcolm, with assistance from the English. Macbeth was buried on the island of Iona, regarded as the resting place of lawful kings but n ot of usurpers. His followers installed his stepson, Lulach, as king; when Lulach was kille d on March 17, 1058, Malcolm III was left supreme in Scotland. Under the ancient law of the Scots he had as much claim to the throne of Scotland as King Duncan I. He was commander for Duncan I, whom he defeated and slew, thereby becoming king. Macbeth was proclaimed king, and Scotland prospered during his reign. He was later defeated by Malcom, the son of Duncan.

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It is a generally held opinion by Scotch historians that if MacBeth had not been killed by the future King Malcolm III, Scotland would probably have remained a separate nation until this day and might have conquered England. MacBeth was originally from Moray and records show that he used his power for the good of his country. MACBETH / MACBEATH: Perhaps the best remembered is Shakespeare's arch-hero, and whose peaceful reign was far from the tale related by the 'bard' - although he did in fact die in battle, at Lumphanan - not when Birnam Wood moved to Dunsinane as is often believed.

More About Macbeth: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Gruoch: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Macbeth and Gruoch is:

68681728 i. Macbeatha McFinlay, born 1060; died 1093; married Bethoca.

137363458. Andrew McBrad More About Andrew McBrad: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Andrew McBrad is:

68681729 i. Bethoca, married Macbeatha McFinlay.

177930248. Lord of Middleham Robert FitzRandolph He was the son of 355860496. Lord of Middleham Randolph and 355860497. Agatha. Notes for Lord of Middleham Robert FitzRandolph: built the Castle of Middleham and married Helewisa de Gladstone. Child of Lord of Middleham Robert FitzRandolph is:

88965124 i. Randolph FitzRandolph, married Mary.

177930250. Duke of Norfolk Roger Bigot Child of Duke of Norfolk Roger Bigot is:

88965125 i. Mary, married Randolph FitzRandolph.

178511938. Richard Fitzroy Plantagenet He was the son of 357023876. King John Plantagenet and 357023877. Suzanne Warenne. He married 178511939. Rohsia Dover. 178511939. Rohsia Dover Child of Richard Plantagenet and Rohsia Dover is:

89255969 i. Isabel Fitzroy Plantagenet, married Maurice de Berkeley.

Generation No. 29 274726912. Finlay McRuaidbri He married 274726913. Donada. 274726913. Donada She was the daughter of 549453826. Malcom II and 549453827. AElifu. Notes for Finlay McRuaidbri:

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[newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: Earl of Moray Thane of Ross and Cormarty Chief of the Clan Fionnladh or Finlay More About Finlay McRuaidbri: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Notes for Donada: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: Earl of Moray Thane of Ross and Cromarty Chief of the Clan Finnladh or Finlay More About Donada: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Children of Finlay McRuaidbri and Donada are:

i. Malbride More About Malbride: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 137363456ii. Macbeth, born 1005; married Gruoch.

274726914. Bodhe More About Bodhe: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Bodhe is:

137363457 i. Gruoch, married Macbeth.

355860496. Lord of Middleham Randolph He married 355860497. Agatha. 355860497. Agatha She was the daughter of 711720994. Robert of Bruce I. Child of Randolph and Agatha is:

177930248 i. Lord of Middleham Robert FitzRandolph.

357023876. King John Plantagenet, born 24 Dec 1166 in Oxford England; died 19 Nov 1216. He was the son of 714047752. Hamelin Plantagenet and 714047753. Isabel de Warenne. He married 357023877. Suzanne Warenne in Kings Manor House Oxford Oxfordshire England. 357023877. Suzanne Warenne, born 1166. Notes for King John Plantagenet: Signed the Magna Carta 1199 - 1216 Iohannes Rex Angliae or John King of English. Battled rebels led by Robin of Locksley known as Robin Hood in Sherwood Forest Lincolnshire. Child of John Plantagenet and Suzanne Warenne is:

178511938 i. Richard Fitzroy Plantagenet, married Rohsia Dover.

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Generation No. 30 549453826. Malcom II, born 1005; died 1034. He was the son of 1098907652. Kenneth II. He married 549453827. AElifu. 549453827. AElifu Notes for Malcom II: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: King of Scotland from 1005 to 1034, the first to reign over an extent of land roug hly corresponding to much of modern Scotland. Malcolm succeeded to the throne after killing his predecessor, Kenneth III, and allegedly sec ured his territory by defeating a Northumbrian army at the battle of Carham (c. 1016); he no t only confirmed the Scottish hold over the land between the rivers Forth and Tweed but als o secured Strathclyde about the same time. Eager to secure the royal succession for his daugh ter's son Duncan, he tried to eliminate possible rival claimants; but Macbeth, with royal con nections to both Kenneth II and Kenneth III, survived to challenge the succession. More About Malcom II: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About AElifu: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Children of Malcom and AElifu are:

274726913 i. ii. Donada, married Finlay McRuaidbri. Bethoc, married Crinan. More About Bethoc: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Notes for Crinan: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: lay-abbot of Dunkeld Chief of the House of Atholl More About Crinan: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 iii. Alice, married Sigurd. More About Alice: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Notes for Sigurd: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: Earl of Orkney More About Sigurd: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001

711720994. Robert of Bruce I He was the son of 1423441988. Lord of Middleham Ribald. Child of Robert of Bruce I is:

355860497 i. Agatha, married Lord of Middleham Randolph.

714047752. Hamelin Plantagenet, born 1140; died 1202. He was the son of 1428095504. Geoffrey

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Plantagenet and 1428095505. Adelaide Angers. He married 714047753. Isabel de Warenne. 714047753. Isabel de Warenne, born 1140; died Bet. 1199 - 1203. She was the daughter of 1428095506. William de Warenne and 1428095507. Alice de Talvas. Notes for Hamelin Plantagenet: 5th Earl of Surrey Child of Hamelin Plantagenet and Isabel de Warenne is:

357023876 i. King John Plantagenet, born 24 Dec 1166 in Oxford England; died 19 Nov 1216; married Suzanne Warenne in Kings Manor House Oxford Oxfordshire England.

Generation No. 31 1098907652. Kenneth II, died 995. He was the son of 2197815304. Malcom McDonald and 2197815305. Beatrice of the Isles. Notes for Kenneth II: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: Assasinated by Fenella wife of Moamor of ANgus BIOGRAPHY: He began his reign by ravaging the Britons, probably as an act of vengeance, but h is name is also included among a group of northern and western kings said to have made submis sion to the Anglo-Saxon king Edgar in 973, perhaps at Chester; and the chronicler Roger of We ndover (Flores Historiarum, under the year 975) states that shortly afterward Kenneth receive d from Edgar all the land called Lothian (i.e., between the Tweed and the Forth rivers). Thi s is the first mention of the River Tweed as the recognized border between England and Scotla nd. Kenneth was slain, apparently by his own subjects, at Fettercairn in the Mearns. More About Kenneth II: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Kenneth II is:

549453826 i. Malcom II, born 1005; died 1034; married AElifu.

1423441988. Lord of Middleham Ribald He was the son of 2846883976. Duke of Brittany Eudo and 2846883977. Agnes. Notes for Lord of Middleham Ribald: Brother to Alan Rufus, Duke of Richmond, and to Stephen and to Barfolf. Married Beatrice, and spent his last days in retirement at St. Mary's Abbey, York. Child of Lord of Middleham Ribald is:

711720994 i. Robert of Bruce I.

1428095504. Geoffrey Plantagenet, born 1130 in Normandy, France; died 07 May 1202 in England. He married 1428095505. Adelaide Angers 1164. 1428095505. Adelaide Angers, born 1137. Child of Geoffrey Plantagenet and Adelaide Angers is:

714047752 i. Hamelin Plantagenet, born 1140; died 1202; married Isabel de Warenne.

1428095506. William de Warenne He was the son of 2856191012. William de Warenne and 2856191013. Isabel de Vermandois. He married 1428095507. Alice de Talvas. 1428095507. Alice de Talvas

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714047753 i. Isabel de Warenne, born 1140; died Bet. 1199 - 1203; married Hamelin Plantagenet.

Generation No. 32 2197815304. Malcom McDonald, born 942; died 954. He was the son of 4395630608. Donald. He married 2197815305. Beatrice of the Isles. 2197815305. Beatrice of the Isles More About Malcom McDonald: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Beatrice of the Isles: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Malcom McDonald and Beatrice Isles is:

1098907652i. Kenneth II, died 995.

2846883976. Duke of Brittany Eudo, died 1079. He was the son of 5693767952. Geoffrey. He married 2846883977. Agnes. 2846883977. Agnes Child of Eudo and Agnes is:

1423441988i. Lord of Middleham Ribald.

2856191012. William de Warenne He was the son of 5712382024. King William de Warrene and 5712382025. Gundred. He married 2856191013. Isabel de Vermandois. 2856191013. Isabel de Vermandois Child of William de Warenne and Isabel de Vermandois is:

1428095506i. William de Warenne, married Alice de Talvas.

Generation No. 33 4395630608. Donald He was the son of 8791261216. Constantine I and 8791261217. Nesta. Notes for Donald: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: Reigned 899 - 900 More About Donald: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Donald is:

2197815304i. Malcom McDonald, born 942; died 954; married Beatrice of the Isles.

5693767952. Geoffrey He was the son of 11387535904. Duke of Normandy Richard and 11387535905. Judith. Child of Geoffrey is:

2846883976i. Duke of Brittany Eudo, died 1079; married Agnes.

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5712382024. King William de Warrene, born 1060; died 1100. He was the son of 11424764048. William the Conqueror and 11424764049. Matilda Flanders. He married 5712382025. Gundred. 5712382025. Gundred Child of William de Warrene and Gundred is:

2856191012i. William de Warenne, married Isabel de Vermandois.

Generation No. 34 8791261216. Constantine I He was the son of 17582522432. Kenneth McAlpin and 17582522433. Cinaeth. He married 8791261217. Nesta. 8791261217. Nesta More About Constantine I: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Notes for Nesta: [newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: A Welsh princess More About Nesta: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Constantine and Nesta is:

4395630608i. Donald.

11387535904. Duke of Normandy Richard He was the son of 22775071808. Duke of Normandy Richard the Good. He married 11387535905. Judith. 11387535905. Judith Notes for Duke of Normandy Richard: He was father of Robert "The Magnificent" whose son was William "The Conqueror", and he was brother of Avicia, who married Geoffrey, Duke of Brittany Child of Richard and Judith is:

5693767952i. Geoffrey.

11424764048. William the Conqueror, born Bet. 1027 - 1028; died 1087. He was the son of 22849528096. Robert I de Normandy. He married 11424764049. Matilda Flanders. 11424764049. Matilda Flanders, born 1032; died Bet. 1083 - 1085. Children of William Conqueror and Matilda Flanders are:

5712382024i. King William de Warrene, born 1060; died 1100; married Gundred. ii. Henry I, born 1070; died 1135; married Edith.

Generation No. 35 17582522432. Kenneth McAlpin, born 834; died 863. He was the son of Alpin. He married 17582522433. Cinaeth. 17582522433. Cinaeth She was the daughter of Anicom. Notes for Kenneth McAlpin:

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[newfinleygpaf3.FTW] BIOGRAPHY: King of Scotland Marriage united Scotland More About Kenneth McAlpin: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 More About Cinaeth: Record Change: 29 Jul 2001 Child of Kenneth McAlpin and Cinaeth is:

8791261216i. Constantine I, married Nesta.

22775071808. Duke of Normandy Richard the Good, died 1026. He was the son of Duke of Normandy Richard the Fearless. Child of Duke of Normandy Richard the Good is:

11387535904 i.Duke of Normandy Richard, married Judith.

22849528096. Robert I de Normandy Child of Robert I de Normandy is:

11424764048 i.William the Conqueror, born Bet. 1027 - 1028; died 1087; married Matilda Flanders.

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Amesbury, Essex Co., MA Israel Young Born: Bet. 1680 - 1690 Elizabeth Ford Born: 1789 Israel Young Born: Bet. 22 Dec 1728 - 01 Sep 1731 Anne Arundel Co., MD Alexander Underwood Born: 1688 Baltimore Antigo, Langlade Co., WI Edward Curtis Born Augusta Co., VA Thomas Henderson Born: 28 Aug 1744 Baltimore Co., MD Priscilla Cox Born Barnstable, Barnstable Co., MA Joseph FitzRandolph Born: 01 Mar 1655/56 Barnstable Berks Co., PA Catherine Stimely Stimling Born: 12 Oct 1777 Bernardsville, Somerset Co., NJ Daniel Hand Born: Abt. 1750 Bernardsville, Somerset Co, Nj Boston, Suffolk Co., MA Sarah Hough Born: Abt. 1760 Elizabeth Oliver Born: 1620 Tamara Bean Born: 13 Mar 1761 Mahlon Bean Born: 29 Jan 1769 199 Sarah Catherine Smith Born: 20 Nov 1700 Bucks Co. , Pa. Sarah Hartley Born: 07 Oct 1726 William Hough, Sr. Born: 11 Jan 1727/28 Bucks Co. , Pa. Sarah Blaker Born: 30 Dec 1728 Jacob Bean Born: 1729 Hannah Iden Born: Jan 1737/38 Joseph Bean Born: 06 Mar 1748/49 Robert Wilkes Finley Born: 17 Jun 1750 Bucks Creek Rachel Bean Born: 19 Dec 1752 William Hough, Jr. Born: 23 Jul 1754 Benjamin Bean Born: 12 May 1758 Ann Mariah Tucker Born: 04 Mar 1815 Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY Phoebe Tucker Born: 21 May 1816 Jannetje Willems Brouwer Born: Abt. Jan 1701/02 Bucks Co., PA John Hough Born: 18 Jul 1693 Bucks Co., Pa. Emily Jane Tucker Born: 16 Nov 1816 Sarah Ann Tucker Born: 06 Jul 1818 Phebe Ann Tucker Born: 22 Oct 1820 Mary Jane Tucker Born: 05 Dec 1822 William Hood Tucker Born: 05 Mar 1825 Cape May, Cape May Co., NJ Nehemiah Hand Born: 1700 Cape May, Cape May Co, Nj Lydia Hand Born: 1701 Cape May, Cape May Co, Nj Caroline Co., VA Wahanganoche Arroyha Born: Abt. 1564 Cecil Co., MD Francis Bradley Born: 1743 New Munster Center, Saguache Co., CO John Morrison Born: Center CO Penn Clark Co., IN (53 Mi SW of Gallatin Co.) Willis Sanford Webb Born: 10 Nov 1819 John Robert Patterson Born: 25 Feb 1825 Kathy Sue Webb Born: 04 Dec 1954 Sara Lynn Webb Born: 10 Aug 1955 James David Webb Born: 29 Jan 1958 Collins, Huron Co., OH (84 Mi SE of Henry Co.) Rose Carrie Young Born: 07 Aug 1866 Cumberland Co., PA Sara Wharton Born: 25 Dec 1749 George Rule Born: 1788 Sarah Fessler Born: 1798 Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH (78 Mi NE of Gallatin Co.) Paula Jean Webb Born: 11 May 1961 East Hampton, Suffolk Co., NY Joseph Hand Born: 1664 East Hampton, Suffolk, Ny See Also Somerset, Flemington, Hanover, Jamaica, and Nantucket. El Paso, El Paso Co., TX Samantha Webb Born: 1988 Elizabeth, Union Co., NJ Jacob Mitchell Born: Bet. 1657 - 1673 Bourbon Co., KY (51 Mi SE of Gallatin Co.) Butler Co., OH Henry Lines Tucker Born: 17 Nov 1814 David Underwood Webb Born: 11 Apr 1937 Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH (124 Mi NE of Henry Co.)

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James Lambert Born: Abt. 1692 Elizabeth, Union, Nj Elizabeth Lambert Born: 1718 Essex, Essex Co., MA Rachel Lord Born: 1617 Salisbury George W. Carr Born: 15 Apr 1644 Salisbury Deborah Barnes Born: 01 Apr 1646 Salisbury Nathanial Stevens Born: Abt. 1670 Salisbury Anna Carr Born: Abt. 1681 Salisbury Sarah Stevens Born: Abt. 1696 Salisbury Ruth Kelly Born: 18 Aug 1716 Newbury Essex Co., NJ Susannah Hampton Born: 1766 Noah Young Born: Apr 1788 Elizabeth Township, Essex, New Jersey Cornelius Frazee Tucker Born: 19 May 1796 Rhoda Tucker Born: 09 Sep 1804 Mary Tucker Born: 22 Nov 1808 Joseph L. Tucker Born: 19 Jul 1811 Essex Co., VA James Williamnson Born: Abt. 1620 Flemington, Hunterdon Co., NJ (144 Mi SW of East Hampton) John Lee Born: 20 Jul 1760 Franklin, Johnson Co., IN (82 Mi NW of Gallatin Co.) George Finley Webb Born: 13 Dec 1901 Franklin Co., IN (47 Mi NW of Gallatin Co.) Caroline Francis Webb Born: 21 Nov 1840 Franklin CO Franklin Co., KY (36 Mi SW of Gallatin Co.) Zachariah E. Underwood Born: 27 Dec 1803 Franklin CO See Also Clark Co., Preble Co., Greene Co., Jefferson Co., Bourbon Co., Pickaway Co., Hamilton Co., Fayette Co., Franklin Co., Wayne Co., Franklin Co., Warren Co., Woodford Co., Versailles, Xenia, Franklin, and Dayton. Gloucester Co., NJ Jacob Smith Jennings Born: 10 Jan 1793 Hadenfield, Gloucester or Camden NJ/Gloucester Co. Haverhill, Essex Co., MA Dorcus Bosworth Born: Abt. 1625 Samual Davis Born: 26 Nov 1640 Haniel Clark Born: Abt. 1650 Rebecca Davis Born: Abt. 1677 Mary Gutterson Born: 20 Aug 1678 Edward Clark Born: 29 Mar 1694 Edward Clark Born: 15 Jan 1715/16 200 Elizabeth Terrell Born: Abt. 1777 Gallatin Co., Ky? Gershom Lowery Lee Born: 11 Feb 1781 Gallatin Co., Ky? Nancy Ann Lee Born: 24 Dec 1809 Gallatin, Ky Evesboro, Burlington Co., NJ Ann Austin Born: 03 Apr 1703 Evesboro, Burlington, N.j. Exeter, Rockingham Co., NH John Young Born: Abt. 1621 < John Young Born: 1653 Sarah Wadleigh Born: 15 Jun 1655 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, New England Fayette Co., KY (53 Mi SE of Gallatin Co.) Thomas Patterson Born: 24 Apr 1801 Fayette Co Ky Fremont, Sandusky Co., OH (51 Mi E of Henry Co.) Thelma Jennine Bates Born: 12 Nov 1930 Hagerstown, Washington Co., MD Carolyn Sue Bates Born: 03 Aug 1935 Sarah Nye Born: 06 Nov 1801 Fulton Co., OH (17 Mi NW of Henry Co.) Mary Ann Hartman Born: 10 Feb 1836 Fulton co., OH/Fulton Co. Gallatin Co., KY Hampton, Rockingham Co., NH Anna Seaborn Cotton Born: 22 Aug 1661 HAMPTON Hanover, Morris Co., NJ (114 Mi SW of East Hampton) Mary Kitchel Born: Abt. 1769 Hamilton Co., OH (34 Mi NE of Gallatin Co.) Mary Roseberry Born: 16 Nov 1804 Hamilton OH Fredericktown, Knox Co., OH (101 Mi SE of Henry Co.) Mahlon Young Born: 12 Mar 1812 NR FREDERICKTOWN, KNOX Greene Co., OH (82 Mi NE of Gallatin Co.) Calvin Hough Born: 07 Aug 1820 Haddonfield, Camden Co., NJ Ann Albertson Born: 21 Aug 1745 Haddonfield Cloucester

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Henry Co., OH Electa Leist Born: 1856 Catherine Duke Born: 1842 See Also Fulton Co., Cleveland, Fremont, Fredericktown, and Collins. Hunterdon Co., NJ Gershom Lee Born: 1735 Martha DeHoney Born: 1860 Andrew Leist Born: 30 Nov 1755 New Garmontown, [now Oldwick] Indiana See Also Ohio. William Bellew Born: Abt. 1805 Ipswich, Essex Co., MA Mary "Polly" Beard Born: 09 Apr 1811 INDIANA John W. Beard Born: 16 Jan 1813 INDIANA James Beard Born: 15 Sep 1815 INDIANA Patrick Beard Born: Abt. 1817 INDIANA Jesse T. Beard Born: 25 Jul 1818 INDIANA Matilda Beard Born: 13 Apr 1826 INDIANA Surilda Beard Born: 13 Apr 1826 INDIANA Serena Beard Born: 26 Oct 1827 INDIANA Eliza J. Webb Born: 1832 William Gutterson Born: Bet. 1628 - 1634 Isle Of Jersey, England or Isle of Wight, Isle of Wight Co., VA Margaret Mason Born: Bet. 1605 - 1610 Isle Of Ann Underwood Born: 1629 Isle Of Jamaica, Queens Co., NY (87 Mi SW of East Hampton) John Losey Born: 06 Oct 1700 Jefferson Co., IN (33 Mi NW of Gallatin Co.) Mary Jane Ford Born: 24 Sep 1824 Johnson Co., IN Eleanor Jane Hough Born: 01 Jan 1826 Martin Beard Born: 14 Jun 1832 Aaron Alexander Webb Born: Bef. 1750 Essex or King Ge John Webb Born: 29 Aug 1781 Martha Beadle Born: 10 Oct 1703 Mary Anne Settle Born: 1785 Winnaford Hood Born: 28 Sep 1792 Lancaster, Lancaster Co., PA George Earhart Born: 22 Jul 1749 Catharina Earhart Born: Abt. 1751 Catherine Earhart Born: 08 Aug 1778 Lancaster Co., VA George Ball Born: 1683 Loudoun Co., VA Ashford Hough Born: Abt. 1795 Payton Hough Born: Abt. 1798 William Hough Born: Abt. 1806 201 Mecklenburg Co., NC James Bradley Finley Born: 14 Jul 1781 John Patterson Finley Born: 13 Jun 1783 Hannah Finley Born: 04 Dec 1787 Mendham, Morris Co., NJ John Young Born: 30 Nov 1750 Jane Losey Born: Bef. 30 Aug 1755 Morgan Jr. Young Born: 03 Jan 1762 Methuen, Essex Co., MA Elizabeth Clark Born: 15 Jan 1735/36 King George Co., VA Sarah Knight Born: 23 Mar 1647/48 Newbury Abiel Kelly Born: 12 Dec 1672 Newbury John William Webb Born: 14 Feb 1927 Renssalaer Warner Ford Born: 05 Nov 1802 Ky Benjamin Franklin Underwood Born: 12 Jan 1823 Ky John Dennis Born: 1638 probably in Yarmouth John Kelly Born: 02 Jul 1642 Newbury Jesse Martin Beard Born: 01 Dec 1843 William M. Webb Born: 1843 William Oliver Beard Born: 05 Aug 1847 Mary Angeline Beard Born: 22 Sep 1849 INDIANA Kentucky Massachusetts Daniel Petticord Born: 1820 Md John Petticord Born: 1798 Md Malinda Jane Beard Born: 09 Apr 1840 INDIANA Milton Beard Born: 14 Jun 1832 John (s/o Wm) Beard Born: 04 Feb 1842 Maryland Charles Finley Born: 1689 Md

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James Cole Tucker Born: 19 May 1796 Sally Ann Tucker Born: 25 Dec 1798 Stafford, Stafford Co., VA Frances Seaton Born: 1720 Warner Ford Born: Abt. 1750 Stafford Co., VA James Seaton Born: 1678 St. Pauls Parish, Stafford Co, Va Aaron Alexander Webb Born: 19 Mar 1773 Stafford CO Stoddard, Cheshire Co., NH Mary Barden Born: 01 Oct 1785 STODDARD, CHESHIRE Sunbury, Northumberland Co., PA Elizabeth Landman Born: 25 Jul 1757 Union, Union Co., NJ William Oliver Born: Abt. 1625 Elizabethtown Mary Ackerly Born: Abt. 1629 Elizabethtown Mary Oliver Born: Abt. 1655 Elizabethtown Union Co., PA Catharine Vise Born: 1795 Henry Metzgar Born: 1797 Warren Co., OH (60 Mi NE of Gallatin Co.) Osea Blackford Born: 21 Aug 1799 204 George Pemberton Webb Born: 07 Oct 1816 Mary Ann Webb Born: 13 May 1818 William Anderson Webb Born: 12 Mar 1821 John WarTen Offet Webb Born: 21 Mar 1823 Marquis DeLafeyette Webb Born: 21 Apr 1825 Virginia George Lindamood Born: Abt. 1736 Shendoah Cynthia Mellon Born: 02 Apr 1753 Overwharton Sally McNeal Born: Abt. 1770 Jarret Ford Born: Bet. 1773 - 1776 Jane Henderson Born: 17 Jan 1777 Polly Webb Born: Bet. 1779 - 1784 Rosanna Webb Born: 1781 Daniel Etter Born: 28 Sep 1791 Wyth Mary Magdalana Lindamood Born: 07 Jan 1801 Wyth Versailles, Woodford Co., KY (49 Mi SE of Gallatin Co.) Warrington, Bucks Co., PA Elihu Underwood Born: Abt. 1730 Wausau, Marathon Co., WI Benjamin Clark Born: 01 Sep 1988 Mathew Clark Born: 15 Sep 1991 Wisconsin Wayne Co., IN (74 Mi NW of Gallatin Co.) William Beard Born: 25 Dec 1820 Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ Westfield, Union Co., NJ John Morris Born: Abt. 1654 Hannah Tucker Born: Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co. Warner Tucker Born: 1719 Ephraim Tucker Born: Abt. 1744 Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co. Sarah Miller Born: Abt. 1745 Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co. Rhoda V. Price Born: Abt. 1761 Ephraim Tucker Born: 25 May 1770 Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co. Elizabeth "Betsy" Tucker Born: 07 Mar 1800 Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co. Hannah Tucker Born: 17 Sep 1802 Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co. Daniel L. Tucker Born: 12 Oct 1806 Westfield (Essex) NJ/Westfield, Union Co. Mary Small Born: Abt. 1658 Joanna (Hannah) Belconger Born: 01 Aug 1670 Woodbridge, Middlesex, Nj John Morris Born: 24 Jun 1680 Woodford Co., KY (50 Mi SE of Gallatin Co.) Zachariah Webb Born: 09 Apr 1808 Wythe Co., VA Washington Duke Born: 1814 Rosana Etter Born: 25 Sep 1815 Xenia, Greene Co., OH (81 Mi NE of Gallatin Co.) Nancy Ann Hough Born: 22 May 1813 York Co., PA John Underwood Born Michael Clark Born: 1961 Westmoreland Co., VA Warrener Ford Born: Abt. 1720 Windsor, Windsor Co., VT Orilla Young Born: 07 May 1813 ROCHESTER, WINDSOR

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Ehelbara

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Aahd Fionn

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The Vikings dominate Ireland

The term "algebra" coined

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Rurik of Russia founds Novgorod, capital of Western Russia

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Richard the Good

Algiers founded by Arabs

Beatrice of the Isles

Civil war in Japan; revolts against imperial rule

Malcom McDonald

The Buyides rule over Baghdad

Crinan

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Judith

The Byzantines reconquer Crete

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Eudo

Bethoc

Alice 970 1010 1050 1090 1130 1170 1210 1250 1290

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Malcom III

Matilda Flanders

Ferdinand I makes Castile a separate, united kingdom

Ribald

Macbeth becomes king

David

Edith

Bethoca

Gundred

Macbeatha McFinlay

Isabel de Vermandois

William de Warrene

Robert of Bruce I

Henry I

Henry

Rory McFinlay

William de Warenne

Geoffrey V. Plantagenet d'Anjou De Normandie

William de Warenne

Randolph 1020 1060 1100 1140 1180 1220 1260 1300 1340 1380 1420

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1090 1130 1170 1210 1250 1290 1330 1370 1410 1450 Matilda of England

The Cid takes Valencia from the Moors

The Crusades begin

Agatha

Alice de Talvas

Compass invented

William the Lion

Malcom IV

Fergus McFinlay

Henry II

Roger Bigot

Peace between Henry I of England and Louis VI of France

Robert FitzRandolph

Geoffrey Plantagenet

Eugenius McFinlay

Adelaide Angers

Hamelin Plantagenet

Isabel de Warenne

Gothic period

William

First explosives used in warfare, by Chinese 1090 1130 1170 1210 1250 1290 1330 1370 1410 1450

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1150 1190 1230 1270 1310 1350 1390 1430 1470 1510 End of Toltec Empire in Mexico

Randolph FitzRandolph

Mary

Eric of Sweden conquers Finland

Fearchar Finlay

Byzantium allies with Venice

Suzanne Warenne

John Plantagenet

Maurice de Berkeley

Randolph FitzRandolph

Rohsia Dover

Second Bulgarian Empire founded

Richard Fitzroy Plantagenet

Anastasia

Isabel Fitzroy Plantagenet

Miss MacDonachadh

Hugo de Audley

Mongol (Yuan) dynasty in China

Genghis Khan invades China

Robert de Neville

Magna Carta written 1150 1190 1230 1270 1310 1350 1390 1430 1470 1510

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1210 1250 1290 1330 1370 1410 1450 1490 Mary FitzRandolph

Thomas Berkely

Anglo-French war

Archibald Finlay

Hugo de Audley

Joane Ferrers

Leprosy enters Europe

Alicia

Margaret Robertson

Mongols conquer Russia, take Moscow

Five-year truce between England and France

Randolph de Neville

War between Venice & Genoa

John de Neville

Matilda Percy

William Finlay

Eva Zouch

John Clivedon

Maurice Berkeley

Marco Polo travels to China

Thomas Cotten 1210 1250 1290 1330 1370 1410 1450 1490

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1270 1310 1350 1390 1430 1470 1510 1550 Isabell Dempster

Alice de Hastings

Emma Clivedon

The Sicilian Vespers

Thomas Berkeley

Randolph de Neville

Temporary end of European slave trade

Lady Stafford

Thomas Holland

John Bettshorne

Andrew Finlay

The legendary Rutli vow

John Cotten

Marjorie McDonald

Bridget Grace

Salic Law adopted in France

Katherine Clivedon

The Aztecs establish Mexico City

John

Elizabeth

Hundred Years War 1270 1310 1350 1390 1430 1470 1510 1550

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1340 1380 1420 1460 1500 1540 1580 1620 1660 1700 1740 Walter Cotten

John Sutton

John Berkely

Elinor Stewart

Joan Reade

Elizabeth Bettshorne

John Finlay

Constance Blount

Ming dynasty in China

John

Both de Barton of Lancaster

Anna

Mary McRae

Alexander Finley

Margaret Finley

William Finley

Andrew Finley

Robert Finley

John Finlay

Venice of Neuberg

Walter Cotten 1340 1380 1420 1460 1500 1540 1580 1620 1660 1700 1740

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1390 1430 1470 1510 1550 1590 1630 1670 Byzantines lose Asia Minor to Turks

Elizabeth Berkeley

Blanche Cotten

John Sutton

Randolph

William Roger

Earl of Sandwich

John Finley

Margaret

Clement Cotten

Edmund Sutton

Joan Strangeways

William Willoughby

Joice Tiptoft

Joan of Arc burned at the stake at Rouen

Donatello: "David," sculpture, Florence

Madwen Doggett

King Pachacutec founds Inca rule throughout Peru

John Finley

Randoph

Janet Roger 1390 1430 1470 1510 1550 1590 1630 1670

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1440 1480 1520 1560 1600 1640 1680 John Hay

Edith

Gutenburg press improves printing press

Renaissance period

Janet Douglas

Wars of the Roses begin

Civil war in Enland

Edward Sutton

Cecily Willoughby

Launcelot Threlkeld

Dante's "Divine Comedy"

Powatan

John Clerke

Clement Cotton

Life of Michelangelo

Andrew Finley

Randolph

Constance Levethrope

Union of Aragon and Castile

The Spanish Inquisition begins

Alice Clerke 1440 1480 1520 1560 1600 1640 1680

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1480 1520 1560 1600 1640 1680 1720 William Warrender

Alice Dowse

Janet Hay

Henry Tudor succeeds Richard III

Joan Carter

Yasuf Adil Shah becomes ruler of Bijapur, India

John Blossom

Richard Dowse

Constance Thayer

Peter Jennings

Columbus discovers America

Christina

Treaty of Tordesillas

Margaret Threlkeld

The Renaissance period in Europe

Richard Carter

Peace between France and the allies

Da Vinci paints "The Last Supper"

Cabot explores America

Margaret Belconger

Thomas Dudley 1480 1520 1560 1600 1640 1680 1720

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1500 1540 1580 1620 1660 1700 1740 1780 Mary Hurlbert

William Belconger

Powhatan

John Thayer

Da Vinci paints the "Mona Lisa"

War of Succession between Bavaria and the Palatinate

Leonardo paints the Mona Lisa

Martin Luther ordained

Jan Verdon

Beginnings of slave trade

Holy League formed with Venice and Aragon

Friedlin Mezger

War between Russia and Poland

John Jennens

Japasaw

De Leòn explores Florida

Balboa sights Pacific Ocean

Alice Carter

Christopher FitzRandolph

"Evil May Day" riots in London

John Dudley 1500 1540 1580 1620 1660 1700 1740 1780

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1510 1550 1590 1630 1670 1710 1750 1790 Ferdinand Magellan begins circumnavigation of globe

Hernan Cortés conquers the Aztecs

Abraham Chamberlain

Thomas Bagley

Treaty of Brussels

Joan FitzRandolph

John Dowse

John Finley

Eliabeth Clerke

Margaret Whittacre

George Cotton

Cassandra Dowse

Seven-year truce between Turkey and Hungary

Agnes Edlyn

Andrew Finley

William Jennens

Peter Blossom

Joneta Finley

Symon Bradstreet

John Carter

James Finley 1510 1550 1590 1630 1670 1710 1750 1790

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1530 1570 1610 1650 1690 1730 1770 Elinore Harison

Pocahontas

John Thayer

Pizarro conquers the Incas

War in Switzerland

Edmund York

Reformation in France (John Calvin)

William Tomlinson

Alexander Finley

Elizabeth Warrender

Mary Roberts

Susannah Thorne

Johanna Elliot

Annable Blossom

Thomas Mitchell

Katheryn York

Thomas Gardner

William Austen

Lawrence Hallstead

Mary, Queen of Scots ascends the throne

John Carr 1530 1570 1610 1650 1690 1730 1770

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1540 1580 1620 1660 1700 1740 Agnes Orres

William Belconger

Gawain Lain

Richard Austen

Peter Banga

Sijmon Brouwer

William Knight

Hester Chamberlain

Elizabeth Kenworthy

Elizabeth Wild

Elizabeth Clay

Elizabeth Carter

Agnes Barrowe

Jean Verdon

Richard Carter

Elsy Mathys

Ann Gransden

Nicholas Harris

Roger Dudley

Anna Mezger

John Davys 1540 1580 1620 1660 1700 1740

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1550 1590 1630 1670 1710 1750 1790 Lady Jane Grey proclaimed Queen of England

William Drake

William Borton

Bendicth Etter

Alice Thatcher

Joan Lawrence

John Oliver

Edware FitzRandolph

Elizabeth Rowland

Joan Merrlys

Joseph Jennens

Ann Ward

Isabel Dowse

Rowland Cotton

Coronation of Queen Elizabeth I

Aquila Chase

John Kynton

William Gransden

Eli Braconie

John Thayer

Thomas Bloomfield 1550 1590 1630 1670 1710 1750 1790

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1560 1600 1640 1680 1720 1760 1800 1840 Wahanganoche Arroyha

Bernard Taylor

Abraham Hallstead

Anthony Hawkridge

William Knight

Barbara Huntar

Thomas Philbrick

Barbara Huntar

Rowland Young

Anne (Heilsdon Elsdon) Blossom

John Bagley

Dutch War of Independence begins

Susan (Whytley) Whitley

Margaret Austen

Jane Drake

Jane Milton

Francois Viéte introduces decimal fractions

Thomas Dudley

Henry Gransden

Peter Etter

Samuel Shattuck 1560 1600 1640 1680 1720 1760 1800 1840

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1570 1610 1650 1690 1730 1770 1810 William Knapp

Thomas Owen

John Mason

John Jennens

Caatje

Joyce Weamen

Elizabeth Borton

John Austen

John Finley

Thomas Blossom

Simon Bradstreet

Alice Harris

John Hand

Christina Finley

Elizabeth Belconger

Robert Drake

Hans Seiler

William Story

William Hathornthwaite

William Finley

James Davis 1570 1610 1650 1690 1730 1770 1810

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1580 1620 1660 1700 1740 1780 1820 Thomas Oliver

John Tucker

Dorothy York

Andrew Finley

Mary Tucker

James Finley

Ann Tomlinson

Ivan IV, The Terrible, becomes Czar of Russia

Alexander Finley

Hannah Bosworth

John Cotton

Richard Mathers

Margaret Frier

Damaris Sibley

Keziah Arroyah

Maria Thomas Badie

Thomasine Lane

Thomas Baddia

Sarah Rogers

Mary Wadleigh

Spanish Armada defeated 1580 1620 1660 1700 1740 1780 1820

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1580 1620 1660 1700 1740 1780 1820 Ann Purchase

Nicholas? Blackford

Elizabeth Kinton

Richard Knight

Aeltje Braconie

Ralph Walden

Mathew Mitchell

William Kinton

Marie Egerin

William Borton

Mary Walker

John Kelly

Margaret Sedemannin

Thomas Gardner

Mathas Capp

Margaret Sherwood

Ursula Ulzar Utz

William Croasdale

Olive Bagley

Rcihard Williamson

Shakespeare: "Romeo and Juliet" 1580 1620 1660 1700 1740 1780 1820

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1590 1630 1670 1710 1750 1790 1830 Warner Wessel

Mary White

Frans Sijmonsen Brouwer

Mary Dennis

Marritgren Thomas

Jacob Banga

Hanniel Bosworth

Sarah Story Hawkridge

George Carr

Anne Knapp

Susanah Hayden

Thomas Chase

Joyce Wallen

Cicely (Sissilla) Thayer

William Guttason

Jacob Janss Verdon

John Belconger

John Wadleigh

Abolition of monopolies in England

Mary Magdalene Beedle

Margaret Finley 1590 1630 1670 1710 1750 1790 1830

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1600 1640 1680 1720 1760 1800 1840 Hannah Atherold

Edward Bagley

Elizabeth Croasdale

Debora Wessel

Simon Bradstreet

Alexander Finley

Mary Bloomfield

Agnes Coffey

Alexander Austen

William Underwood

Elsi Wolf

Life of Rembrandt

Jacobus Kolfs

Founding of Jamestown, VA

Robert Beedle

Margaret Mason

Peter Bruderlin

Edward FitzRandolph

Thomas Brinton

Thomas Badie

Richard Bryant 1600 1640 1680 1720 1760 1800 1840

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1600 1640 1680 1720 1760 1800 1840 Catherine Lamberd

Richard Bryant

Quebec settled by French

Mary Philbrick

Elinor Bryant

William Lyddon

Jonas Hallstead

Ann Parkhurst

Michael Miles Williams

"King James Bible" published

Ann Biddle

Robert Dennis

John Hand

John Little

Sarah Young

Eleanor Lambert

Anne Dudley

Elizabeth Gutterson

Elsbeth Forster

Michael Romanov elected Czar of Russia

John Smalley 1600 1640 1680 1720 1760 1800 1840

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1610 1650 1690 1730 1770 1810 1850 William Barnes

Alice Gransden

James Finley

Sarah (Susan) Butterfield

William Ball

Sarah Smith

Thomas Bloomfield

Sarah Bancroft Stratton

Sarah Pieters Hasenbraek

Abraham Pierson

William Jennens

Bernard Taylor

Rachel Lord

Francis Drake

Elizabeth Lyddon

First Africans brought to America

John Finley

First representative colonial assembly in America

Adam Pieterse Brouwer Berchoven

Pilgrims leave Plymouth, England

Mayflower Compact 1610 1650 1690 1730 1770 1810 1850

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1620 1660 1700 1740 1780 1820 1860 Elizabeth Oliver

James Williamnson

Mary Messenger

Elizabeth Blossom

Jane Henning

Elizabeth Owen

John Young

William Shattuck

Elizabeth Rixton

First Thanksgiving in the Americas

Thomas Jacobs Verdon

Edward Clark

Mary Mitchell

Margery Clowes

Mary Mitchell

Anne Walden

Bernard Taylor

Jane Wilberfoss

England declares war on Spain

William Oliver

Gawain Taylor 1620 1660 1700 1740 1780 1820 1860

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1620 1660 1700 1740 1780 1820 1860 Magdalena Jacobs Verdon

Dorcus Bosworth

Tobacco tax and tobacco monopoly in England

Hannah Bradstreet

Richard Gardner

James Mitchell

George Seaton

Abigail Mitchell

Elizabeth Belconger

Peter Etter

Robert Wadleigh

Ann Underwood

Mary Ackerly

Samual Mills

James Taylor

Samuel Shattuck

Harry Thomas Owen

James Finley

Abigail Williams

William Gutterson

George Drake 1620 1660 1700 1740 1780 1820 1860

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1630 1670 1710 1750 1790 1830 Ursela Russell

Margreth Bruderlin

Sarah Shattuck

Lydia Ames

John Taylor

Johannes Seiler

Dorothy Bradstreet

Charles I crowned King of Scotland

Timothy Hallstead

Mary Beedle

Agnes Hathornthwaite

Seaborn Cotton

John Belconger

Stephen Hand

Charles Tucker

Richard Taylor

Elizabeth Austin

Ann Bagley

Sarah Jennings

John Borton

Robert Finley 1630 1670 1710 1750 1790 1830

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1630 1670 1710 1750 1790 1830 1870 William Smith, Sr.

Roger Lambert

George Ross

Anna Wessells

Johannas Lindamuth

Annie Kinton

William Brinton

John Clowes

Anne Munday

Phyllis Gallop

Hannah Williams

Jane Dascombe

Samuel Underwood

Charles Tucker

Constance Little

John Dennis

First Bishops' War in Scotland

Garrard Ford

Robert Beedle

Samuel Blackford

Maragret Williamson 1630 1670 1710 1750 1790 1830 1870

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1640 1680 1720 1760 1800 1840 Samual Davis

Stephen Pease

James Finley

William Of "Millenbeck" Ball

Hannah Smalley

Henry Jennings

English Civil war

John Kelly

Sarah Bloomfield

Ulrich Siegrist

Hans Capp

Thomas Croasdale

George W. Carr

Francis Austin

Cornelius Janszen Loyse

Regina Lindamood

Catherine Noe

Mary Ann Wilcox

Deborah Barnes

Rebecca Bleicker

Jane Johnson 1640 1680 1720 1760 1800 1840

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1640 1680 1720 1760 1800 1840 1880 1920 Mercy Bradstreet

Elisabeth Pietersen Simpson

Abigail Carman

Mary Ford

John Haddon

Mary Tilton

Sarah Knight

Samuel Owens

Martha Boulton

Humphrey Jennings

Margaret Bryant

Treaty of Nuremburg

Isaac Chase

Haniel Clark

Mary Morse

Wilhelmus Brouwer

Elizabeth Clark

Elizabeth Sager

John Lambert

Anna Margaret Massmunster

Robert Finley 1640 1680 1720 1760 1800 1840 1880 1920

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1650 1690 1730 1770 1810 1850 1890 Heinrich Etter

John Beard

Ferdinand IV becomes King of the Romans

John Young

Philip Taylor

John Morris

13-year war between Russia and Poland

William Cole

Elizabeth Hand

Michael Finley

English capture Jamaica

Anthony Taylor

Mary Oliver

Sarah Wadleigh

Maria Seilerin

Joseph FitzRandolph

Mary Small

Judith Pinkard Cockrell

Timothy Hallstead

Ann Saunders

Jacob Banga 1650 1690 1730 1770 1810 1850 1890

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1650 1690 1730 1770 1810 1850 1890 1930 1970 2010 Timothy Mills

Bernard Taylor

Deborah Gardner

Gaertje Colfs

Mathis Capp

Johnannas [blaker] Bleicker

John Owens

Elizabeth Dennis

Julianna Lyddon

Sarah Dennis

Richard Hough

Peace of Oliva ends war between Austria, Poland, Sweden, and Brandenburg

Elsbeth Steinmann

Anthony Taylor

Bible translated into Algonquin

Famine in India; no rain since 1659

Anna Seaborn Cotton

Margery Clowes

Isaac Jennings

Hugh Harry

Robert Finley 1650 1690 1730 1770 1810 1850 1890 1930 1970 2010

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1660 1700 1740 1780 1820 1860 1900 N. American colony of New France formed

Anthony Taylor

Jane Wright

Joseph Hand

The Great Plague of London

England takes over New York & New Jersey

Peter Taylor

Elizabeth Brinton

Jacob Mitchell

France and the Dutch declare war on England

Mary Taylor

Judith Marden Bates

Hannah Ross

Warner Tucker

James Monteith

William Smith, Jr.

Ebenezer Daniels

Outbreak of cholera in China

Mary Croasdale

Samual Mills

Joanna (Hannah) Belconger 1660 1700 1740 1780 1820 1860 1900

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1670 1710 1750 1790 1830 1870 1910 Nathanial Stevens

Treaty of Dover between England and France

Evan Davies

Abiel Kelly

Thomas Lee

Sarah Pinckard

Nathan Pease

Leah Owens

Francis Austin

Reuben Owens

Robert Beadle

Barbara Keller

Bacon's Rebellion erupts

Mary Taylor

Elizabeth Horton

Rebecca Davis

Elizabeth Lambert

James Seaton

Mary Gutterson

Mary Barton

Jacobus Loyse 1670 1710 1750 1790 1830 1870 1910

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1680 1720 1760 1800 1840 1880 Samual Finley

John Finley

Issac Smith

French colonial empire is organized

Benjamin Hopkins

James Finley

Grace Haynie

John Morris

Elizabeth Harris

Susannah Jones

Anna Carr

Margaret Kelso

John Blackford

Jane Harry

Mary Davis

George Ball

First German immigrants in N. America

Elizabeth Finley

Catherina Wilkes

Josiah Albertson

Elizabeth Loyse 1680 1720 1760 1800 1840 1880

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1680 1720 1760 1800 1840 1880 1920 1960 2000 Sarah Haddon

Life of J.S. Bach

All Chinese ports opened to foreign trade

Andrew Drake

Johannes Etter

Israel Young

Jacob Jennings

William Finley

Archibald Finley

Ruth Sutton

Johannas Georg Lindamuth

Glorious Revolution

Alexander Underwood

Transylvania becomes province under King of Hungary

Hannah FitzRandolph

Peter Taylor

Charles Finley

English-French conflict in New World colonies

Samuel Blaker

Robert Finley

Garrard Ford 1680 1720 1760 1800 1840 1880 1920 1960 2000

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1690 1730 1770 1810 1850 1890 1930 Hannah Hallstead

Hans Jacob Banga

Julianna Taylor

Sarah Taylor

Destruction of French Navy by English

James Lambert

National Debt begins in England

John Hough

Mary FitzRandolph

Joseph Hough

Anna Catherina Kappen

Martha Taylor

Hannah Chase

John Conner

Edward Clark

Anna Marie Siegrist

Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth

Maria Margaretha Wolf

New coinage in England

Benjamin Taylor 1690 1730 1770 1810 1850 1890 1930

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1690 1730 1770 1810 1850 1890 1930 1970 Sarah Stevens

Augustus, Elector of Saxony, elected King of Poland

Henry Wharton

Aaron Webb

Nathaniel Owens

Gershom Lee

Frances Seaton

Sarah Catherine Smith

David Leist

Nehemiah Hand

Samual Lewis

John Losey

unk Boleyn

James Harris

Lydia Hand

War of Spanish Succession

Jannetje Willems Brouwer

Delaware becomes a colony

Slave-trading Asiento Guinea Company founded

Ann Austin

Ursula Taylor 1690 1730 1770 1810 1850 1890 1930 1970

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1700 1740 1780 1820 1860 1900 1940 1980 Martha Beadle

John Beard

Sarah Lord

James Finley

First evening paper, "The Evening Post," issued in London

Mary Wright

Betty Smith

Inhabitants of the Palatinate emigrate to N. America

Gerhart Etter

Thomas Henderson

Mary Patterson

Tuscarora War

Mary Drake

David Bates

Morgan Sr. Young

Mary Daniels

Nathaniel Blackford

Battle of Storkyro

Deborah Pease

Benjamin Hough

John Ball 1700 1740 1780 1820 1860 1900 1940 1980

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1710 1750 1790 1830 1870 1910 1950 1990 Johan Michael Lindamood

Edward Clark

John Maacconhee

Martha Hawkins Bayne

Ruth Kelly

Catharina Banga

Mary Emory Williams

Eleanor Henderson

Elizabeth Lambert

Ebenezer Hopkins

Maria Young

Margaret Marsh Warrington

Warner Tucker

Frances Seaton

John Duke

Mary Kelchner

Elizabeth Mills

John Hough

Warrener Ford

James Bradley, Sr.

Anabella Dodds 1710 1750 1790 1830 1870 1910 1950 1990

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1720 1760 1800 1840 1880 1920 1960 Mary Smith

Charles Finley

Sarah Morris

John Finley

Edward Lewis

David Leist

Hannah Elizabeth Pelham

Miss Fredericks

Sarah Hartley

William Hough, Sr.

Sarah Blaker

Abraham Whiteman

Nathanial Mitchell

Jacob Bean

Evan Davies

Israel Young

James Finley

Elihu Underwood

Treaty of Vienna

Isaac Price

Abigail (Conkling) Harris 1720 1760 1800 1840 1880 1920 1960

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1730 1770 1810 1850 1890 1930 Presley Cockrell

Mary Harris

State of Georgia established

James Finley

Mary Polly Conner

Thomas Settle

Gershom Lee

Sarah Ball

Elizabeth Clark

George Lindamood

Thomas Lowery

John Finley

Peggy Davies

Hannah Iden

Abigail Alexander

Margaret Johnson

The Great Awakening

Esther Bradley

William Rule

Francis Bradley

Richard Davies 1730 1770 1810 1850 1890 1930

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1740 1780 1820 1860 1900 1940 Rebecca Hunt

Ephraim Tucker

Elizabeth Webb

Thomas Henderson

John Beard

Sarah Miller

British take Louisburg, Canada

Ann Albertson

Ebenezer Hopkins

Jane Cook

Hannah Bean

Margaret Jones

Polly Conner

Austria loses the Netherlands to France

Mary Cole(s)

James Lewis

Elizabeth Thorn

Abigail Douglass

Mary White

Phebe Southard

William Buckley 1740 1780 1820 1860 1900 1940

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1740 1780 1820 1860 1900 1940 1980 Joseph Bean

George Earhart

William Mitchell

Sara Wharton

Abigail Mitchell

Elizabeth Mitchell

John Mitchell

Mary Magdalen Rein

Enlightenment in America

Samual Owens

Robert Hough

Daniel Hand

Daniel Etter

John Nye

Aaron Alexander Webb

Robert Wilkes Finley

Warner Ford

John Young

Susannah Underwood

Abraham Underwood

British calendar altered-Jan.1 beginning of year 1740 1780 1820 1860 1900 1940 1980

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1750 1790 1830 1870 1910 1950 1990 Margaret Underwood

Elihu Underwood

Catharina Earhart

John Underwood

French fortify Ohio Valley

Great Britain adopts Gregorian calendar

Thomas Roseberry

Rachel Bean

Martha Beard

Cynthia Mellon

Hannah Mitchell

Anglo-French war in N. America

French and Indian War

Ruth Hazelton

William Hough, Jr.

Jane Losey

Andrew Leist

Seven Years' War

Margaret Thomas

Britain declares war on France

John Duke 1750 1790 1830 1870 1910 1950 1990

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1750 1790 1830 1870 1910 1950 1990 Edward Clark Young

Samuel Emory Davies

Henry James McConney

Anne Bayne Finley

Elizabeth Landman

Zachary Taylor

Stacy Hough

Benjamin Bean

John Toppass

Quebec falls to British troops

John P. White

George Henry Lindamood

Phebe Basset

Sarah Hough

Philip Barden

Rebecca Bradley

John Lee

Sarah Osborne

Priscilla Cox

Tamara Bean

Rhoda V. Price 1750 1790 1830 1870 1910 1950 1990

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1760 1800 1840 1880 1920 1960 2000 George Fisher

John Blackford

Margaret Lowery

Treaty of Hamburg between Sweden and Prussia

Morgan Jr. Young

Amendment of British Sugar Act

Daniel Bates

John Lindamood

Sabra Clark Tucker

Samuel Miller Tucker

Hannah Tucker

Sarah Tucker

Mozart's first symphony written

James Watt invents condenser

Aseneth Bean

John Jennings

Sons of Liberty formed

John Albert Rule

Stamp Act

Lydia Cushinberry

Susannah Hampton 1760 1800 1840 1880 1920 1960 2000

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1760 1800 Ann Bean 1840 1880 1920 1960 2000

Sarah Hopkins

Robert Patterson

Moses Webb

Townshend Acts

First Mysore War

Circular Letter sent throughout the colonies

Samuel Whiteman

France buys Corsica form Genoa

Maria Lindamood

Thomas Carson Beard

Austria occupies Poland

Mary Kitchel

Mahlon Bean

Patrick Beard

Life of Beethoven

Nathanial Mitchell Young

Sally McNeal

Catherine Bowers

Boston Massacre

Ephraim Tucker 1760 1800 1840 1880 1920 1960 2000

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1770 1810 1850 1890 1930 1970 2010 Russia, Austria, and Prussia agree about partition of Poland

Mary Lewis

Fielding Owens

Lucy Webb

Peggy (Margaret) Owens

Fanny (Francis) Owens

Rueben Owens

Nathaniel Owens

Roseanne Webb

Royal Marriage Act in Britain

James Stewart

Jane Beard

Eseble Beard

Robert Wilkes Finley, Jr.

Ziphra "Zilpa" Tucker

David Tucker

Benjamin Tucker

English Parliament passes Tea Act, resulting in the Boston Tea Party

Boston Tea Party

Aaron Alexander Webb

Martha Beard 1770 1810 1850 1890 1930 1970 2010

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1770 1810 1850 1890 1930 1970 2010 First Continental Congress

Ruth Pemberton

Quebec Act

Herny Fields

Jarret Ford

Washington appointed commander of Continental Army

Battles of Lexington and Concord in America

Second Continental Congress

American Revolutionary War

Phoebe Hand

Henry Young

American victories at Trenton and Princeton

Declaration on Independence in America

Winter at Valley Forge

Articles of Confederation drafted in America

Elizabeth Terrell

Jane Henderson

Joseph Hough

David Leist

Catherine Stimely Stimling

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1770 1810 1850 1890 1930 1970 2010 Treaty with France signed

Sarah Beard

Anthony Chambers

Catherine Earhart

Spain declares war on Britain

John Beard, Jr.

Nancy "Peggy" Davies

John Morrison

Henry Grattan demands Home Rule for Ireland

Polly Webb

Rosanna Webb

British surrender to Amerian colonies in Yorktown

Miss Ogden

Abigial White

Gershom Lowery Lee

James Bradley Finley

John Webb

Spanish capture Minorca from British

Treaty of Paris signed

Famine in Japan

John Patterson Finley 1770 1810 1850 1890 1930 1970 2010

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1780 1820 1860 1900 1940 1980 Sarah Fields

Isaac Beard

Treaty of Constantinople

Economic depression in U.S.

Land Ordinance of 1785

Russians settle in Aleutian Isles

Mary Barden

Samuel Finley

William P. Finley

James Owens

Mary Anne Settle

Rebecca Rule

Leah Rule

Mary "Polly" Tucker

Elizabeth Duke

Turkey declares war on Russia

Constitutional Convention meets

Northwest Ordinance

Jesse Beard

Hannah Finley

United State of America established 1780 1820 1860 1900 1940 1980

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1780 1820 1860 1900 1940 1980 2020 George Rule

Noah Young

Hannah White

Elizabeth Ford

Washington elected first president of U.S.

Charlotte Morrison

French Revolution

Nancy Sample

Waltz become fashionable in England

Canada Constitutional Act

Bank of U.S. is chartered

Bill of Rights adopted in U.S.

Daniel Etter

Denmark abolishes slave trade

William Beard

Winnaford Hood

Ephraim Tucker, III.

Elizabeth Olton

Cotton gin invented by Eli Whitney

The Louvre becomes a national art gallery

George Lindamood 1780 1820 1860 1900 1940 1980 2020

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1790 1830 1870 1910 1950 1990 Jacob Smith Jennings

Battle of Fallen Timbers

Whiskey Rebellion

Jay's Treaty

Anna Mitchell Young

Elijah Hand Tucker

Pinckney's Treaty

Ashford Hough

Treaty of Greenville

Catharine Vise

Mary Ann Guisbert

Adams elected president in U.S.

Two-party system develops in U.S.

Tennessee enters the Union

James Cole Tucker

Cornelius Frazee Tucker

Napoleon attacks England

Henry Metzgar

Irena Bates

John Petticord

Alien and Sedition Acts passed in U.S. 1790 1830 1870 1910 1950 1990

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1790 1830 1870 1910 1950 1990 Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions

Eleanor Stokes

Irish emigration to Canada begins

Payton Hough

Sarah Fessler

Sally Ann Tucker

Cerelda Walker

Rosetta Stone found

Osea Blackford

Jefferson elected president in U.S.

Elizabeth "Betsy" Tucker

William Leist

Andrew Underwood

Tripoli declares war on U.S.

Mary Magdalana Lindamood

Thomas Patterson

Sarah Nye

Warner Ford

Henry Armstrong

Peace of Amiens between Britain and France

Hannah Tucker 1790 1830 1870 1910 1950 1990

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1800 1840 1880 1920 1960 2000 France and Britain go to war

U.S. purchases Louisiana

Zachariah E. Underwood

Samuel Greenidge

Sarah Knox Taylor

Francis Harris

Napoleon proclaimed emperor

Lewis and Clark begin expedition in western U.S.

Thomas Bates

Rhoda Tucker

Sarah Jones

Mary Roseberry

William Bellew

Establishment of modern Egypt

William Hough

British occupy Cape of Good Hope

Salina Webb

Offical end of the Holy Roman Empire

William Finley Hough

Daniel L. Tucker

Mary Scott Hough 1800 1840 1880 1920 1960 2000

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1800 1840 1880 1920 1960 2000 John Francis McConney

Jefferson Davis

Eliza Bean Hough

Zachariah Webb

Mary Tucker

War between France and Austria

Rebecca Bradley Hough

Nancy Ann Lee

Fairy Tales written by The Brothers Grimm

Macon's Bill Number Two

Battle of Tippecanoe

Daniel Metzgar

National Road begun

Mary "Polly" Beard

Joseph L. Tucker

Robert Wilkes Hough

War of 1812

Mary Fisher

Mahlon Young

Creek War

Mexico declares its independence 1800 1840 1880 1920 1960 2000

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1810 1850 1890 1930 1970 2010 John W. Beard

Orilla Young

Nancy Ann Hough

Peace of Ghent signed

Washington Duke

Hartford Convention

Congress of Vienna

Henry Lines Tucker

Economic post war crisis in England

Zemeriah Blake Hough

Ann Mariah Tucker

James Beard

Rosana Etter

First German constitution

Brazil declares its independence

Phoebe Tucker

George Pemberton Webb

Emily Jane Tucker

John Owens

Patrick Beard

Sarah Hough 1810 1850 1890 1930 1970 2010

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1810 1850 1890 1930 1970 2010 James Alexander Hough

Mary Ann Webb

Sarah Ann Tucker

Jesse T. Beard

Transcontinental Treaty Signed

Simon Bolivar becomes President of Columbia

Sara Whiteman

Willis Sanford Webb

Francis Turpin Bynoe

Second Great Awakening

Spanish revolution

Daniel Petticord

Calvin Hough

Phebe Ann Tucker

William Beard

Sarah Martin

Elias Jarrett

George Newton Jennings

William Anderson Webb

Greeks proclaim independence

Mary Jane Tucker 1810 1850 1890 1930 1970 2010

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1820 1860 1900 1940 1980 2020 Samuel Hough

Monroe Doctrine

Felipe Monroig Perdigon Delgado

Switzerland refuses to give asylum to political refugees

Sarah Siphlet

Sarah Ann Stewart

Benjamin Franklin Underwood

Mr Downey

John WarTen Offet Webb

Beginning of German emigration to Brazil

John Quincy Adams elected president in U.S.

First Burmese War

Erie Canal built

Mary Jane Ford

Decembrist revolt in Russia crushed

Sarah Jane Fields

John Robert Patterson

William Hood Tucker

Marquis DeLafeyette Webb

Great cholera pandemic

Russia declares war on Persia 1820 1860 1900 1940 1980 2020

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1820 1860 1900 1940 1980 2020 Eleanor Jane Hough

Matilda Beard

Surilda Beard

James Cole J. Tucker

Arron Alexander Webb

Serena Beard

Sarah Rule

Andrew Jackson elected president in U.S.

Elvirah Elizabeth Hough

Rhoda Tucker

Congress passes Removal Act

Mormon religion founded

Revolution in Paris

Hampton T. Webb

Florentina Delgado Abreu

Calvin Webb

Bert Webb

A. Thomas Webb

James Knox Webb

Sarah Jane Morrison

Poland declares independence 1820 1860 1900 1940 1980 2020

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1830 1870 1910 1950 1990 Eliza J. Webb

William W. Leist

Milton Beard

Martin Beard

Elizabeth Graham Webb

General Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana becomes President of Mexico

John S. Webb

Edward Charge

National Trades' Union

Mary Addleman

Nancy Emily Webb

John Richard Boxill McConney

George Hannah Webb

The Great Trek

Republic of Texas proclaimed

Martin Van Buren elected president in U.S.

Texas wins independence from Mexico

Mary Ann Hartman

Electric telegraph exhibition

England introduces official birth registration

Zachariah Underwood 1830 1870 1910 1950 1990

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1830 1870 1910 1950 1990 Trail of Tears

First British-Afghan War

Walter Holland Webb

First baseball game

Uruguay declares war against Argentina

Ephraim Beard

Harrison elected president in U.S.

Life of Claude Monet

George Owens

Malinda Jane Beard

Caroline Francis Webb

Noah Young

New Zealand becomes British colony

Tyler succeeds Harrison as president in U.S.

Treaty of Nanking ends Opium War between Britain and Chine

Catherine Duke

John (s/o Wm) Beard

James Finley Webb

Military revolt in Spain

William M. Webb

Jesse Martin Beard 1830 1870 1910 1950 1990

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1840 1880 1920 1960 2000 China and U.S. sign first peace and commerce treaty

Polk elected president in U.S.

Emma Jarrett

Potato famine in Ireland

Texas enters the Union

Frances Angeline Webb

Henry Vail Metzgar

Republic of California declared

William Oliver Beard

California Gold Rush begins

Taylor elected president in U.S.

William R. Bellow

Mexican-U.S. war ends

Willis Webb

Beginning of Pre-Raphaelites

Eliza Patterson

Switzerland becomes federal union

Elizabeth Petticord

Communist Manifesto issued

Mary Angeline Beard

Anglo-Kafir War 1840 1880 1920 1960 2000

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1850 1890 1930 1970 2010 California enters the Union

U.S. Compromise of 1850

Cuba declares independence

"Moby Dick" written by Herman Melville

Elmond Fischer

Malinda Jane Beard

Reign of the Second Empire in France

South African republic established

"Uncle Tom's Cabin" written by Harriet Beecher Stowe

Life of Vincent van Gogh

Smallpox vaccinations compulsory in England

Crimean War

Cyrus Brickner Jennings

James Gilford Beard

Jesse C. Webb

Alexandar II becomes Czar of Russia

Pottawatomie Massacre

Buchanan elected president in U.S.

Electa Leist

Jose Catalino Monroig

Dred Scott v. Sandford 1850 1890 1930 1970 2010

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1850 1890 1930 1970 2010 Powers of the East India Company transferred to British Crown

Joseph Bates

"On the Origins of Species by Natural Selection" published by Charles Darwin

"A Tale of Two Cities" written by Charles Dickens

Suez Canal constructed

Emily Ann Beard

Abraham Lincoln elected president in U.S.

Martha DeHoney

Telegraph wires span U.S.

U.S. Civil War

Pacific Railway Act

Iven Oliver Downey

Battle of Gettysburg

Emancipation Proclamation

John Adolphus McConney

Ida May Beard

Maximillian of Austria and Carlotta become rulers of Mexico

Intl Workingmen's Association founded by Marx

13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

Francisca Delgado Rodriguez

Lincoln, president of U.S., assassinated 1850 1890 1930 1970 2010

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1860 1900 1940 1980 2020 Lee surrenders to Grant

Black Friday in London stock exchange

Prussian-Italian alliance formed

Martha "Mattie" Isabella Beard

Rose Carrie Young

N. German confederation founded

Johnson, U.S. president, impeached and acquitted

Meiji Dynasty restored in Japan

Fourteenth Amendment

Grant elected president in U.S.

Ida Clarence Greenidge

Cora Etta Webb

Greece leaves Crete

Parlimentary process reintroduced in France

Vanderbilt begins railroad empire in U.S.

Frances Turpin Bynoe

Knights of Labor founded

Transcontinental railroad completed

Fifteenth Amendment ratified

Birth of Lenin, founder of the U.S.S.R.

Josiah Young 1860 1900 1940 1980 2020

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1870 1910 1950 1990 Italian Law of Guarantees

Guilford Webb

Pearl Underwood

Bertha Owens

Rebublic proclaimed in Spain

Famine in Bengal

Wallace Webb

Eva Metzgar

Korea becomes independent nation

Ray Goebel

Cora A. Bellows

Battle of Little Bighorn

Telephone invented by Alexander Graham Bell

Phonograph invented by Edison

Compromise of 1877 ends Reconstruction

Arthur Jennings

Anti-Socialist Law enacted in Germany

Greece declares war on Turkey

British-Zulu war

Garfield elected president in U.S.

Pacific War 1870 1910 1950 1990

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1880 1920 1960 2000 Garfield, U.S. president, assassinated

Sitting Bull surrenders

Chinese Exclusion Act

Cleveland elected president in U.S.

Edward Curtis

Rose Charge

Congo becomes possession of Belgium under King Leopold II

British evacuate Sudan

Fitz Adolphus McConney

Alejandrina Monroig Delgado

Carmen Rosa Monroig Delgado

Elías del Carmen (Carmelo) Monroig Delgado

Francisco Monroig Delgado

Teodora Monroig Delgado

Julio Monroig Delgado

American Federation of Labor

Interstate Commerce Act

Van Gogh paints "Moulin de la Galette"

Harrison elected president in U.S.

McKinley Tariff

Battle at Wounded Knee 1880 1920 1960 2000

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1890 1930 1970 2010 Atlanta Compromise proposed

Sherman Silver Purchase Act

Reginald Oliver McConney

Harold Webb

Landon Webb

Merrill Webb

Loren Webb

Triple Alliance renewed

Homestead Strike

"The Nutcracker" by Tchaikovsky

Cleveland reelected president in U.S.

Verna May Bates

Paul Underwood

Maragerite Underwood

Chinese - Japanese War

Republic of Hawaii declared

Pullman Strike

Cuban Revolution

McKinley elected president in U.S.

Lester Noah Bates

Peace of Constantinople 1890 1930 1970 2010

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1890 1930 1970 2010 U.S. declares war on Spain

Owen Upland McConney

Boxer uprising and rebellion

Commonwealth of Australia created

Irene Lodana Underwood

McKinley reelected president in U.S.

McKinley, U.S. president, assassinated

Life of Louis Armstrong

Roosevelt becomes president in U.S.

Morgan forms U.S. Steel

George Finley Webb

Coal strike in U.S.

Edwy Talma

Wright brothers' first flight

Anna Monroig

Russo-Japanese War

Special Theory of Relativity formulated by Albert Einstein

Nora Pauline Jennings

Panama canal built

Victor Jose Monroig Delgado

Taft becomes president in U.S. 1890 1930 1970 2010

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1900 1940 1980 2020 NAACP formed

Civil War in Honduras

Beryl Beatrice McConney

Armistice ends Mexican Civil War

Beginning of Turk-Italian War

John Lau

Wilson elected president in U.S.

William Downey

U.S. Federal Reserve System established

Federal Reserve Act

Sixteenth Amendment

Seventeenth Amendment

World War I

Federal Trade Commission Created

First transcontinental telephone call

Pancho Villa raids U.S.

Global influenza epidemic kills over 20 million people

War between Finland and U.S.S.R.

War between Brit., Indian, and Afghanistan

Eulalie Marie Defario

Russian Civil War ends 1900 1940 1980 2020

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1920 1960 2000 19th Amendment

Prohibition throughout U.S.

In Paris the League of Nations formed

Harding elected president in U.S.

True structure of the Milky Way shown

Fall of German mark

Soviet states form the U.S.S.R.

Mussolini forms Fascist government

Tutankhamen's tomb discovered

Sigmund Freud: "The Ego and the Id"

Miguel Primo de Rivera becomes dictator of Spain

Germany declares policy of passive resistance

Albanian Republic founded

Gandhi fasts for 21 days

First elections in Italy under Fascism

Pan-American Treaty

Coolidge elected president in U.S.

Hitler reorganizes the Nazi Party

Unemployment Insurance Act enacted in Britain

Edward Curtis

Hirohito becomes Emperor of Japan 1920 1960 2000

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1920 1960 2000 Germany admitted to the League of Nations

The Jazz Singer, first talkie

Black Friday in Germany

Trotsky expelled from Communist Party

Jazz Singer, first talkie

John William Webb

Life of Andy Warhol

First television broadcast

Hoover elected president in U.S.

Joseph Victor Monroig

"Great Depression" in the U.S.

Inter-American Treaty of Arbitration

"Black Friday" in U.S.

Revolution in Argentina

Thelma Jennine Bates

"Star-Spangled Banner" written

Britain abandons gold standard

Indian Congress declared illegal

Roosevelt becomes president in U.S.

Famine in U.S.S.R.

Anthony Blair Williams 1920 1960 2000

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1930 1970 2010 John Woodbury

First Superman comic

Adolf Hitler appointed German Chancellor

21st Amendment repeals prohibition

Japan withdraws from League of Nations

The New Deal

U.S.S.R. admitted to League of Nations

Carolyn Sue Bates

German troops occupy Rhineland

Spanish Civil War

Amelia Earhart lost on Pacific flight

David Underwood Webb

Films of Gone with the Wind and Wizard of Oz

World War II

Kenneth Downey

"Manhattan Project" began development of the A-bomb

Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor

Enrico Fermi (U.S.) splits the atom

Antoinette Marie Monroig

Rationing begins in U.S. for WWII

D-Day 1930 1970 2010

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1940 1980 2020 Allies evacuate troops from France

Sun Jong

Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombed by U.S.

Russians occupy Berlin

Shintoism abolished in Japan

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

United Nations is formed

Power in Japan transferred from the Emperor to an elected assembly

New York is declared permanent UN headquarters

Tennessee Williams:"A Streetcar Named Desire"

Gandhi assassinated

British railroads nationalized

Apartheid program established in South Africa

Britain recognizes Communist China

Korean War

22nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

H-bomb tests in Pacific

Britain produces atomic bomb

U.S.S.R. Communist Party meets Congress

Eisenhower elected president in U.S.

Segregation in public schools deemed illegal 1940 1980 2020

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1950 1990 Kathy Sue Webb

Vietnam War

Sara Lynn Webb

Heartbreak Hotel, Elvis Presley

Japan admitted to United Nations

Nasser seizes Suez Canal

Jack Kerouac:"On the Road"

First earth satellites launched

Israeli forces withdraw from Sinai Penninsula

International Atomic Energy Agency established

Prince Charles becomes Prince of Wales

NASA established by U.S.

Boris Pasternak: "Dr. Zhivago"

European Common Market formed

James David Webb

Mark William Webb

Hawaii becomes 50th state of the U.S.

Printing strike in Britain

Barry Gordy starts Motown Records

Lori Lau

Julie Antoinette Downey 1950 1990

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1960 2000 Kennedy elected president in U.S.

Joseph Heller: "Catch-22"

Michael Clark

Christy Lau

Christopher Curtis

Warsaw massacre

Paula Jean Webb

Cuban Missile Crisis

James Richard Webb

Kennedy, U.S. president, assassinated; Johnson takes over

Jenny Lau

Civil Rights Act

Johnson elected president in U.S.

24th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution

Beatles on Ed Sullivan Show

Zanibar declared a republic

John Webb

Nixon elected president in U.S.

Senator Robert F. Kennedy assassinated

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. assassinated

Mrs. Golda Meir becomes Israel's fourth Prime Minister 1960 2000

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1960 2000 Neil Armstrong first man to walk on moon

Watergate Affair begins

Civil War breaks out in Afghanistan

Nixon resigns; Ford becomes president in U.S.

Carter elected president in U.S.

Star Wars

Punk Rock

Peace Treaty between Egypt and Israel

Reagan elected president in U.S.

Cheryl Webb

Prince Charles marries Lady Diana, Great Britain

First CD players

Paul Anthony Webb

Evelyn Webb Williams

Alex Webb

Adam William Webb

Nora Webb Williams

Tienamen Square demonstrations in China

U.S. Space shuttle Challenger explodes

Christine Woodbury

Bush elected president in U.S. 1960 2000

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1980 2020 Samantha Webb

Benjamin Clark

Thomas Webb Williams

Doh! First Simpson's episode airs

U.S. troops sent to Panama

Iron Curtain cracks

Berlin wall opened

Karina Elizabeth Webb

Nelson Mandela freed from prison

Persian Gulf War between U.S. and Iraq

Mathew Clark

Bill Clinton is President of the United States of America

Apartheid ended in S. Africa

Johnny Carson's final appearance as Host of The Tonight Show

Euro-Disney opens in France

Intel introduces first Pentium chip

World Trade Center bombed

European Union comes into existence

Martin Luther King's birthday observed in all 50 states for the first time

North American Free Trade Agreement ratified

US launches Discovery Shuttle 1980 2020

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1990 Giant Earthquake rocks Kobe, Japan

Galileo spacecraft arrives on Jupiter

100th Olympiad in Atlanta, Georgia

Great Britian returns Hong Kong to China

Dolly the cloned sheep

Princess Diana dies in car accident at age 36

Michael Jordon retires from the NBA

Internet bubble bursts

George W. Bush is president of the United States of America

World survives Y2K

First space tourist

Terror attacks in the U.S.

U.S. and British forces launch air strikes against the Taliban and al Qaeda

Anthrax scare hits the U.S.

Enron Corporation declares bankruptcy

Taliban regime in Afghanistan collapses

China becomes 143rd World Trade Organization member

The Euro becomes the sole currency within the European Union

Winter Olympics open in Salt Lake City, Utah

England's Queen Mother dies at 101 years old

Former President Jimmy Carter wins Nobel Peace Prize 1990

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2000 Department of Homeland Security created

North Korea withdraws from treaty on nonproliferation of nuclear weapons

Ariel Sharon elected Israeli prime minister

U.S. invades Iraq

Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), a deadly form of pneumonia, first detected in southern China

POW Jessica Lynch rescued by fellow US soldiers in Iraq

Fossilized skulls that were discovered in Ethiopia in 1997 identified as oldest known remains of modern humans ­ 160,000 years old

U.S. Fed cut interest rates to a 45-year low of 1 percent

Space Shuttle Columbia explodes on descent

Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger wins historical recall election to become governor of California

U.S. Forces capture Saddam Hussein in Adwar, Iraq 2000

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Index of Individuals

Abreu Florentina Delgado (aka: Flora): 8, 14, 267 Francis: 100, 116, 130, 133, 240

Baddia Thomas: 126, 143, 159, 225

Ackerly Mary: 141, 158, 204, 232

Badie Maria Thomas: 114, 126, 127, 142, 143, 225 Thomas: 143, 228

Adam William (name: Wilhelmus Brouwer): 88, 97, 98, 114, 236

Bagley Ann: 110, 124, 140, 141, 233 Edward: 124, 140, 141, 156, 228 John: 140, 155, 156, 170, 223 Olive: 124, 140, 141, 156, 226 Thomas: 155, 170, 219

Addleman Mary: 19, 268

AElifu: 191, 193, 194, 208

Agatha Unnamed: 191-193, 210

Ball Captain George: 201, 241 John: 202, 245 Sarah: 202, 248 Col William: 230 William Of "Millenbeck": 235

Agnes Unnamed: 194, 195, 208

Albertson Ann: 76, 90, 99, 100, 200, 249 Josiah: 90, 99, 100, 116, 241

Alejita" (name: Alejandrina Monroig Delgado): 9, 275

Bane Donald: 208

Alexander Abigail: 79, 248

Banga Catharina: 70, 85, 86, 96, 246 Hans Jacob: 85, 96, 113, 243 Jacob: 113, 125, 142, 227 Jacob: 96, 113, 125, 126, 237 Peter: 125, 142, 158, 221

Alice: 193, 208

Alicia Unnamed: 186-188, 212

Alpin: 196, 205

Barden Mary (aka: Polly): 21, 39, 76, 204, 258 Philip: 39, 76, 202, 252

Ames Lydia: 116, 129, 149, 233

Barnes Deborah: 116, 129, 149, 200, 235 William: 129, 149, 230

Anastasia Unnamed: 188-190, 211

Angers Adelaide: 194, 210

Barrowe Agnes: 150, 169, 221

Anicom: 196, 205

Barton Mary: 100, 116, 130, 133, 240

Anna Unnamed: 182-184, 214 (name: Mary Magdalen Rein): 38, 70, 71, 86, 250

Basset Phebe: 39, 76, 202, 252

Bates Carolyn Sue: 4, 200, 281 Daniel: 12, 20, 21, 38, 202, 253 David: 20, 38, 245 Irena: 260 Joseph: 4, 7, 12, 13, 272 Judith Marden: 90, 99, 116, 239 Dr. Lester Noah: 1, 4, 7, 8, 202, 276 Thelma Jennine: 1, 2, 4, 200, 280 Thomas: 7, 12, 21, 262 Verna May: 7, 276

Anne (name: Anna Mitchell Young): 21, 39, 74, 75, 202, 260

Armstrong Henry: 38, 261

Arroyah Keziah: 94, 110, 123, 225

Arroyha Chief Wahanganoche (aka: King of Patawomke Whipsewasson): 110, 122, 123, 139, 199, 223

Atherold Hannah: 228

Bayne Martha Hawkins: 246

Austen Alexander: 130, 150, 168, 228 John: 150, 168, 177, 224 Margaret: 150, 168, 177, 223 Richard: 168, 177, 221 William: 168, 177, 220

Beadle Martha: 89, 98, 99, 115, 116, 201, 245 Robert: 99, 116, 128, 129, 202, 240

Bean Ann: 78, 254 Aseneth: 78, 253 Benjamin: 78, 199, 252 Hannah: 78, 249 Jacob: 45, 78, 199, 247 Joseph: 78, 199, 250

Austin Ann: 90, 99, 100, 116, 200, 244 Elizabeth: 116, 130, 150, 233 Francis: 116, 130, 150, 235

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Mahlon: 78, 199, 254 Rachel: 26, 45, 46, 78, 199, 251 Tamara: 78, 199, 252

Lady Elizabeth: 184, 186, 187, 215 Maurice: 187-189, 212 Thomas: 187-189, 213

Beard Emily Ann: 19, 272 Ephraim: 17, 269 Eseble: 60, 203, 255 Ida May: 19, 272 Isaac: 61, 203, 258 James: 31, 201, 264 James Gilford: 19, 271 Jane: 60, 203, 255 Jesse: 16, 29, 31, 61, 62, 203, 258 Jesse Martin: 15-18, 201, 269 Jesse T.: 32, 201, 265 John: 80, 93, 237 John: 53, 80, 81, 93, 245 John: 29, 53, 57, 81, 249 John (s/o Wm): 17, 201, 269 III. John W.: 31, 201, 264 II. John , Jr.: 60, 203, 257 Malinda Jane: 32, 201, 269 Malinda Jane: 19, 271 Martha: 29, 53, 57, 81, 251 Martha: 60, 203, 255 Martha "Mattie" Isabella: 19, 273 Martin: 32, 201, 268 Mary "Polly": 31, 201, 263 Mary Angeline: 5, 9, 10, 15, 19, 201, 270 Matilda: 32, 201, 267 Milton: 32, 201, 268 Senator (IN) Patrick: 58, 254 Patrick: 31, 201, 264 Sarah: 60, 203, 257 Serena: 32, 201, 267 Surilda: 32, 201, 267 Thomas Carson: 57, 254 William: 61, 62, 203, 259 William: 9, 16, 17, 32, 35, 204, 265 William Oliver: 19, 201, 270

Berkely John: 186-188, 214 Thomas: 188-190, 212

Bethoc: 193, 208

Bethoca: 189, 191, 209

Bettshorne Elizabeth: 186-188, 214 John: 187, 188, 213

Biddle Ann: 124, 140, 229

Bigot Duke of Norfolk Roger: 190, 191, 210

Blackford John: 90, 100, 117, 241 John: 39, 76, 90, 203, 253 Nathaniel: 76, 90, 100, 245 Nicholas?: 117, 133, 226 Osea (aka: Ossee): 23, 39, 40, 76, 204, 261 Samuel: 100, 117, 133, 134, 234

Blaker Samuel: 78, 92, 93, 108, 109, 203, 242 Sarah: 45, 78, 92, 93, 199, 247

Bleicker Johnannas [blaker]: 92, 106, 108, 238 Rebecca: 92, 106, 108, 235

Bloomfield Mary: 110, 122, 139, 228 Sarah: 94, 110, 121, 122, 202, 235 Thomas: 122, 139, 222 Thomas: 110, 122, 139, 230

Blossom Annable: 160, 171, 179, 220 Anne (Heilsdon Elsdon): 144, 160, 171, 223 Elizabeth: 127, 144-146, 159, 160, 231 John: 171, 179, 217 Peter: 160, 171, 179, 219 Thomas: 144, 159, 160, 171, 224

Beedle Mary: 116, 128, 147, 233 Mary Magdalene: 128, 146, 147, 227 Robert: 128, 146, 147, 228 Robert: 116, 128, 147, 202, 234

Blount Constance: 186, 214

Belconger Elizabeth: 127, 146, 160, 232 Elizabeth: 146, 160, 171, 224 Joanna (Hannah) (aka: Conger): 115, 125, 127, 128, 146, 204, 239 John: 146, 160, 171, 227 John: 127, 146, 160, 233 Margaret: 171, 179, 217 William: 171, 179, 218 William: 160, 171, 179, 221

Bodhe: 190, 192, 207

Boleyn unk: 98, 115, 244

Borton Elizabeth: 130, 150, 169, 224 John: 116, 130, 133, 150, 233 William: 150, 168, 169, 222 William: 130, 150, 169, 226

Bellew William: 10, 20, 38, 201, 262

Bosworth Dorcus: 149, 200, 232 Hannah: 225 Hanniel: 227

Bellow William R.: 6, 10, 12, 20, 202, 270

Bellows Cora A.: 3, 6, 7, 10, 12, 274

Boulton Martha: 88, 97, 98, 114, 236

Berchoven Adam Pieterse Brouwer: 97, 114, 126, 127, 230

Bowers Catherine: 19, 36, 254

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Braconie Aeltje: 126, 143, 159, 226

290

Eli: 143, 159, 222

Chambers Anthony: 38, 257

Bradley Esther: 80, 248 Capt Francis (aka: Frank): 79, 80, 199, 248 James , Sr.: 46, 79, 246 Rebecca: 26, 46, 51, 79, 252

Charge Sir Edward: 8, 13, 268 Rose: 4, 8, 13, 275

Charles King of France Unnamed: 205

Bradstreet Dorothy: 129, 147, 148, 163, 168, 202, 233 Hannah: 168, 232 Mercy: 168, 236 Simon: 163, 172, 179, 224 Gov Simon: 147, 163, 164, 168, 172, 177, 228 Symon: 172, 179, 219

Chase Aquila: 119, 137, 222 Hannah: 80, 93, 109, 243 Isaac: 93, 109, 120, 236 Thomas: 109, 119, 120, 137, 227

Brinton Elizabeth: 95, 110, 112, 124, 239 Thomas: 124, 140, 228 William: 110, 124, 140, 141, 234

Chief (name: Powhatan): 155, 218

Christina Unnamed: 151, 169, 170, 217

Brouwer Frans Sijmonsen: 114, 126, 142, 227 Jannetje Willems: 72, 88, 97, 98, 199, 244 Sijmon: 126, 142, 221 Wilhelmus (aka: William Adam): 88, 97, 98, 114, 236

Cinaeth: 196, 197, 205

Clark Benjamin: 204, 286 Edward: 129, 149, 231 Edward: 99, 116, 129, 200, 243 Edward: 89, 99, 116, 200, 246 Elizabeth: 116, 130, 236 Elizabeth: 76, 89, 99, 201, 248 Haniel: 116, 129, 149, 200, 236 Mathew: 204, 286 Michael: 2, 204, 284

Bruce Robert of I: 192-194, 209

Bruderlin Margreth: 113, 125, 126, 142, 233 Peter: 126, 142, 228

Bryant Elinor: 84, 94, 110, 229 Margaret: 94, 236 Dr. Richard: 229 Dr. Richard: 110, 228

Clay Elizabeth: 143, 159, 221

Clerke Alice: 181, 182, 216 Eliabeth: 179, 181-183, 219 John: 181, 182, 216

Buckley William: 249

Butterfield Sarah (Susan) (aka: Susan): 127, 143, 144, 159, 171, 230

Clivedon Emma: 187, 188, 213 John: 187, 188, 212 Katherine: 187-189, 213

Bynoe Frances Turpin: 273 Francis Turpin: 8, 13, 24, 265

Clowes John: 100, 117, 234 Margery: 100, 117, 231 Margery: 91, 100, 105, 117, 238

Caatje Unnamed: 114, 126, 142, 224

Capp Hans: 113, 126, 142, 235 Mathas: 126, 142, 226 Mathis: 96, 113, 126, 238

Cockrell Judith Pinkard: 45, 77, 202, 237 Presley: 202, 248

Coffey Agnes: 228

Carman Abigail: 115, 127, 144, 236

Cole(s) Mary: 62, 83, 84, 94, 203, 249

Carr Anna: 99, 116, 128, 129, 200, 241 George: 129, 147, 160, 227 George W.: 116, 129, 147, 148, 200, 235 John: 147, 160, 220

Cole William: 83, 94, 110, 237

Colfs Gaertje (aka: Gaertje Kolfs): 97, 114, 126, 238

Carter Alice: 218 Elizabeth: 221 Joan: 217 John: 219 Richard: 221 Richard: 217

Conger (name: Joanna (Hannah) Belconger): 115, 125, 127, 128, 146, 204, 239

Conner John: 44, 77, 243 Mary Polly: 24, 44, 45, 77, 248 Polly: 77, 249

Chamberlain Abraham: 178, 180, 219 Hester: 171, 178, 180, 221

Conqueror William the: 196, 197, 209

291

Constantine I: 195-197, 206

de Hastings Alice: 185, 186, 213

Cook Jane: 77, 249

de Neville Lord of Middleham John: 185-187, 212 Randolph: 184-186, 213 Lord of Middleham Randolph: 186-188, 212 Robert: 187-189, 211

Cotten Blanche: 182-184, 215 Clement: 181-183, 215 John: 184-186, 213 Thomas: 185, 186, 212 Walter: 182-184, 214 Walter: 183-185, 214

de Normandie d'Anjou * (name: Hamelin Plantagenet): 192-195, 210 Geoffrey V. Plantagenet d'Anjou: 209

Cotton Anna Seaborn: 116, 129, 147, 148, 200, 238 Clement: 179, 181, 182, 216 George: 172, 179, 181, 219 Rev John: 147, 161, 163, 172, 225 Rowland: 161, 172, 179, 222 Rev Seaborn: 129, 147, 148, 163, 168, 233

de Normandy Robert I: 196, 197, 208

de Talvas Alice: 194, 195, 210

de Vermandois Isabel: 194-196, 209

Cox Priscilla (aka: Sarah): 37, 68, 84, 199, 252

de Warenne Isabel (aka: Countess of Surrey): 192, 194, 195, 210 William: 194, 195, 209 William: 194-196, 209

Crinan: 193, 207

Croasdale Elizabeth: 119, 134, 228 Mary: 92, 108, 109, 118, 119, 239 Thomas: 108, 118, 119, 134, 135, 235 William: 119, 134, 226

de Warrene King William (aka: William II): 195, 196, 209

Defario Eulalie Marie: 3-5, 9, 278

DeHoney Martha (aka: Mattie): 6, 10-12, 20, 201, 272

Curtis Christopher: 284 Edward: 5, 199, 279 Edward: 275

Delgado Alejandrina Monroig (aka: Alejita"): 9, 275 Carmen Rosa Monroig: 9, 275 Elías del Carmen (Carmelo) Monroig: 9, 275 Felipe Monroig Perdigon: 8, 14, 266 Francisco Monroig (aka: Pancho): 9, 275 Julio Monroig: 9, 275 Teodora Monroig (aka: Lolín)): 9, 275 Victor Jose Monroig: 3-5, 9, 277

Cushinberry Lydia: 253

Cuthrea: 205

Cytha (name: Cynthia Mellon): 68, 84, 96, 204, 251

Dempster Isabell: 183-185, 213

Daniels Ebenezer: 90, 100, 239 Mary: 76, 90, 100, 245

Dennis Elizabeth: 83, 94, 110, 238 John: 94, 110, 121, 122, 201, 234 Mary: 110, 121, 227 Robert: 110, 121, 229 Sarah: 110, 238

Dascombe Jane: 118, 234

David Unnamed: 209

Davies Evan: 77, 91, 240 Evan: 45, 77, 91, 203, 247 Nancy "Peggy": 14, 24-26, 45, 257 Peggy: 24, 45, 77, 248 Richard: 24, 45, 77, 248 Samuel Emory: 77, 252

Dodds Anabella: 20, 38, 246

Doggett Madwen: 181-183, 215

Donada: 190-193, 207

Davis James: 129, 149, 168, 224 President Jefferson: 263 Mary: 241 Rebecca: 99, 116, 129, 200, 240 Samual: 116, 129, 149, 200, 235

Donald Unnamed: 195, 196, 206

Douglas Janet: 169, 178, 216

Douglass Abigail: 75, 89, 98, 202, 249

Davys John: 149, 168, 221

Dover Rohsia: 190-192, 211

de Audley Hugo: 186, 187, 212 Hugo: 187, 188, 211

Downey Iven Oliver: 4, 8, 13, 272 Julie Antoinette: 1-3, 283 Kenneth: 1-5, 281 Mr: 8, 13, 266 William: 2, 4, 8, 278

de Berkeley Maurice: 189-191, 211

292

Dowse Alice: 179, 181, 217 Cassandra: 172, 179, 181, 219 Isabel: 161, 172, 179, 222 John: 172, 179, 181, 219 Richard: 179, 181, 217

Peter: 112, 125, 142, 232 Rosana: 10, 20, 38, 204, 264

Eudo Duke of Brittany Unnamed: 194, 195, 208

Fearless Duke of Normandy Richard the: 197, 207

Drake Andrew: 112, 125, 128, 141, 203, 242 Capt Francis: 141, 156, 158, 170, 230 Captain George: 125, 141, 158, 203, 232 Jane: 156, 170, 178, 223 Mary: 96, 112, 125, 203, 245 Robert: 156, 170, 178, 224 William: 170, 178, 222

Ferrers Joane: 188-190, 212

Fessler Sarah: 24, 44, 77, 199, 261

Fields Herny: 256 Sarah: 258 Sarah Jane: 266

Dudely Baron (name: John Sutton): 184, 186, 187, 215 Baron (name: Edward Sutton): 182-185, 216

Finlay Andrew: 181, 183, 184, 213 Archibald: 184-186, 212 Fearchar: 185-187, 211 , Jr John: 177, 180, 181, 214 , Sr John: 180, 181, 183, 214 William: 183-185, 212

Dudley Anne: 147, 163, 164, 168, 172, 177, 229 John: 179, 181-183, 218 Captain Roger: 172, 179, 181, 221 Thomas: 181, 182, 184, 217 Gov Thomas: 163, 172, 176, 177, 179, 180, 223

Finley Alexander: 182, 214 Alexander: 135, 228 Alexander: 169, 220 Alexander: 151, 225 Andrew: 151, 169, 178, 216 Andrew: 181, 182, 214 Andrew: 169, 219 Andrew: 151, 225 Anne Bayne: 252 Archibald: 242 Charles: 201, 242 Charles: 247 Christina: 151, 224 Elizabeth: 241 Hannah: 14, 26, 28, 29, 46, 53, 201, 258 James: 241 James: 245 James: 248 James: 232 James: 135, 151, 169, 170, 219 James: 119, 135, 151, 225 III James: 135, 230 IV James: 235 James: 46, 78, 79, 93, 247 James Bradley: 51, 201, 257 III John: 169, 177, 178, 180, 215 John: 178, 215 John: 241 John: 169, 219 John: 151, 224 John: 109, 119, 135, 230 John: 247 John: 203, 248 John Patterson: 52, 201, 257 Joneta: 169, 219 Margaret: 182, 214 Margaret: 135, 227 Michael: 237 Robert: 182, 214 Robert: 233 Robert: 93, 109, 119, 236 Robert: 238

Duke Catherine: 6, 10, 19, 20, 201, 269 Elizabeth: 72, 258 John: 37, 69, 246 John: 20, 37, 38, 69, 251 Washington: 10, 20, 38, 204, 264

Duncan: 208

Earhart Catharina: 38, 72, 201, 251 Catherine: 20, 38, 72, 201, 257 George: 38, 72, 201, 250

Edith Unnamed (aka: Matilda of Scotland): 196, 209 Unnamed: 178, 180-182, 216

Edlyn Agnes: 219

Egerin Marie: 125, 142, 226

Ehelbara: 205

Elizabeth Unnamed: 183-185, 213 Unnamed: 95, 112, 125, 243

Ellen (name: Eleanor Stokes): 7, 12, 21, 261

Elliot Johanna: 130, 149, 168, 220

England Matilda of: 210

Eochaidh: 205

Etter Bendicth: 142, 158, 222 Daniel: 38, 70, 71, 86, 203, 250 Daniel: 20, 38, 72, 204, 259 Gerhart: 70, 85, 86, 96, 245 Heinrich: 96, 112, 113, 125, 237 Johannes (aka: Hans): 85, 96, 113, 242 Peter: 125, 142, 158, 223

293

Robert: 78, 93, 109, 242 Robert Wilkes: 26, 46, 51, 79, 199, 250 Robert Wilkes , Jr.: 51, 255 Samual: 241 Samuel: 53, 258 William: 182, 214 William: 242 William: 151, 224 William P.: 53, 202, 258

Good Duke of Normandy Richard the: 196, 197, 207

Grace Bridget: 184-186, 213

Gransden Alice: 121, 138, 139, 155, 230 Ann: 155, 170, 221 Henry: 138, 155, 170, 223 William: 155, 170, 222

Fionn Aahd: 205

Greenidge Ida Clarence: 8, 13, 273 Samuel: 262

Fischer Elmond: 10, 271

Fisher George: 19, 36, 253 Mary: 10, 19, 36, 263

Gruoch: 189-192, 208

Guisbert Mary Ann: 24, 42, 43, 260

FitzRandolph Christopher: 159, 171, 179, 218 Edward: 127, 144-146, 159, 160, 228 Edware: 144, 159, 171, 222 Hannah: 112, 125, 128, 141, 203, 242 Joan: 159, 171, 179, 219 Joseph: 115, 125, 127, 128, 146, 199, 237 Mary: 187-189, 212 Mary: 98, 115, 127, 128, 203, 243 Lord of Middleham Randolph: 188-190, 211 Randolph: 189-191, 211 Lord of Middleham Robert: 189, 191, 192, 210

Gundred Unnamed: 195, 196, 209

Guttason William: 149, 168, 227

Gutterson Elizabeth: 129, 149, 168, 229 Mary: 116, 129, 149, 200, 240 William: 129, 149, 168, 201, 232

Haddon John: 116, 130, 236 Sarah: 99, 116, 130, 242

Flanders Matilda: 196, 197, 209

Hallstead Abraham: 159, 170, 171, 178, 223 Hannah: 98, 115, 127, 202, 243 Jonas (aka: Jonas): 144, 159, 171, 229 Lawrence: 171, 178, 180, 220 Timothy: 127, 144, 159, 202, 233 Timothy: 115, 127, 144, 202, 237

Flora (name: Florentina Delgado Abreu): 8, 14, 267

Ford Elizabeth: 37, 68, 69, 84, 85, 199, 259 Garrard: 112, 125, 234 Garrard: 95, 112, 125, 242 Jarret: 37, 68, 84, 204, 256 Mary: 112, 125, 236 Mary Jane: 10, 19, 37, 201, 266 Warner: 68, 84, 96, 204, 250 Warner: 19, 37, 68, 69, 201, 261 Warrener: 84, 95, 96, 112, 204, 246

Hampton Susannah: 39, 76, 90, 200, 253

Hand Daniel: 62, 83, 84, 94, 199, 250 Elizabeth: 94, 110, 121, 237 John: 138, 155, 224 John: 121, 138, 139, 155, 229 Joseph: 94, 110, 121, 199, 239 Lydia: 83, 94, 110, 199, 244 Nehemiah: 83, 94, 110, 199, 244 Phoebe: 32, 62, 63, 83, 84, 203, 256 Stephen: 110, 121, 139, 233

Forster Elsbeth: 112, 125, 142, 229

Frank (name: Francis Bradley): 79, 80, 199, 248

Fredericks Miss: 77, 90, 91, 247

Hans (name: Johannes Etter): 85, 96, 113, 242

Frier Margaret: 119, 135, 136, 151, 225

Harison Elinore: 155, 170, 220

Gallop Phyllis: 234

Harris Abigail (Conkling): 89, 98, 115, 247 Alice: 138, 155, 170, 224 Elizabeth: 241 Francis: 19, 36, 68, 262 James: 98, 115, 244 Mary: 99, 248 Nicholas: 155, 170, 221

Gardner Deborah: 93, 109, 119, 203, 238 Richard: 109, 119, 136, 232 Thomas: 135, 151, 220 Thomas: 119, 135, 136, 151, 226

Geoffrey Unnamed: 195, 196, 208

Gisela Unnamed: 206

Harry Hugh: 95, 110, 112, 124, 238 Jane: 84, 95, 110, 112, 241

Goebel Ray: 7, 274

Hartley Sarah: 45, 78, 199, 247

294

Hartman Mary Ann: 13, 23, 40, 200, 268

Hasenbraek Sarah Pieters: 114, 126, 230

Hathornthwaite Agnes: 108, 119, 134, 135, 233 William: 119, 134, 135, 224

Stacy: 78, 203, 252 William: 46, 201, 262 William Finley: 29, 202, 262 William , Jr.: 26, 45, 46, 78, 199, 251 William , Sr.: 45, 78, 92, 93, 199, 247 Zemeriah Blake: 29, 202, 264

Hunt Rebecca: 85, 96, 112, 202, 249

Hawkridge Anthony: 161, 172, 179, 223 Sarah Story: 147, 161, 163, 172, 227

Huntar Barbara: 135, 151, 223 Barbara: 119, 135, 151, 223

Hay Janet: 151, 169, 178, 217 John: 169, 178, 216

Hurlbert Mary: 161, 172, 179, 218

Hayden Susanah: 136, 151, 227

Iden Hannah: 199, 248

Haynie Grace: 241

Isles Beatrice of the: 194, 195, 207

Hazelton Ruth: 39, 76, 89, 202, 251

Jan (name: Cornelius Janszen Loyse): 97, 114, 126, 235

Henderson Eleanor: 84, 94, 246 Jane: 36, 68, 84, 204, 256 Thomas: 84, 94, 245 Thomas: 68, 84, 94, 95, 199, 249

Japasaw Chief Unnamed (aka: I-oppasus Japazous): 122, 139, 155, 218

Japazous I-oppasus (name: Japasaw): 122, 139, 155, 218

Henning Jane: 109, 119, 135, 231

Jarrett Elias: 12, 22, 23, 202, 265 Emma: 7, 12, 13, 22, 23, 270

Henry Unnamed: 209 Unnamed I: 196, 209 Unnamed II: 210

Jennens John: 149, 168, 177, 218 Lord of Tarsau John: 116, 130, 149, 224 Joseph: 130, 149, 168, 222 William: 130, 149, 168, 219 William: 116, 130, 149, 230

Holland Earl of Canterbury Thomas: 184, 185, 213

Hood Winnaford: 16, 32, 34, 63, 201, 259

Jennings Arthur: 4, 8, 13, 274 Cyrus Brickner: 8, 13, 23, 271 George Newton: 13, 23, 40, 202, 265 Henry: 99, 116, 130, 235 Sir Humphrey: 130, 236 Isaac: 90, 99, 116, 238 Jacob: 76, 90, 99, 242 Jacob Smith: 23, 39, 40, 76, 200, 260 John: 39, 76, 90, 253 Nora Pauline: 1, 4, 7, 8, 202, 277 Peter: 168, 177, 217 Sarah: 99, 116, 130, 233

Hopkins Benjamin: 99, 116, 130, 241 Ebenezer: 90, 99, 116, 246 Ebenezer: 76, 90, 99, 100, 202, 249 Sarah: 39, 76, 90, 254

Horton Elizabeth: 93, 109, 110, 121, 240

Hough Ashford: 46, 201, 260 Benjamin: 245 Calvin: 29, 200, 265 Eleanor Jane: 29, 201, 267 Eliza Bean: 29, 202, 263 Elvirah Elizabeth: 29, 203, 267 James Alexander: 29, 202, 265 John: 78, 91, 92, 105, 199, 243 John: 92, 246 Joseph: 105, 243 Joseph: 14, 26, 28, 29, 46, 53, 203, 256 Mary Scott: 29, 202, 262 Nancy Ann: 9, 14, 26, 29, 204, 264 Payton: 46, 201, 261 Rebecca Bradley: 29, 202, 263 Richard: 91, 100, 105, 117, 238 Robert: 78, 203, 250 Robert Wilkes: 29, 202, 263 Samuel: 29, 203, 266 Sarah: 78, 199, 252 Sarah: 29, 202, 264

John Unnamed: 182-184, 214 Unnamed: 183-185, 213

Johnson Jane: 235 Margaret: 85, 96, 202, 248

Jonas (name: Jonas Hallstead): 144, 159, 171, 229

Jones Margaret: 84, 249 Sarah (aka: Sally): 19, 37, 68, 262 Susannah: 98, 115, 241

Jong Sun: 2, 282

Judith Unnamed: 195-197, 207

Kappen 295

Anna Catherina: 85, 96, 113, 243

Kelchner Mary: 72, 86, 97, 246

Keller Barbara: 97, 113, 126, 240

Gershom: 85, 96, 112, 201, 248 Gershom Lowery: 37, 68, 69, 84, 85, 200, 257 John: 68, 85, 96, 200, 252 Nancy Ann: 19, 37, 68, 69, 200, 263 Thomas: 112, 125, 240

Kelly Abiel: 99, 116, 129, 201, 240 John: 129, 149, 226 John: 116, 129, 149, 201, 235 Ruth: 89, 99, 116, 200, 246

Leist Andrew: 76, 90, 100, 201, 251 David: 100, 117, 244 David: 90, 100, 117, 247 David: 40, 76, 90, 202, 256 Electa: 8, 13, 23, 201, 271 William: 23, 40, 76, 77, 202, 261 William W.: 13, 23, 40, 203, 268

Kelso Margaret: 241

Kenneth Unnamed II: 193-195, 207

Levethrope Constance: 179, 181, 182, 216

Kenworthy Elizabeth: 168, 177, 221

Lewis Edward: 89, 98, 115, 203, 247 James: 75, 89, 98, 202, 249 Mary: 39, 75, 89, 202, 255 Samual: 98, 115, 244

Kinnmail Eochaidh: 205

Kinton Annie: 116, 130, 133, 150, 234 Elizabeth: 130, 150, 169, 226 William: 130, 150, 169, 226

Lindamood George: 72, 86, 97, 204, 248 George: 72, 259 George Henry: 86, 252 Johan Michael: 86, 97, 113, 246 John: 38, 72, 86, 203, 253 Maria: 38, 72, 86, 254 Mary Magdalana (aka: Molly): 20, 38, 72, 204, 261 Regina: 113, 126, 235

Kitchel Mary: 38, 200, 254

Knapp Anne: 119, 137, 152, 227 William: 137, 152, 224

Knight Richard: 226 Sarah: 129, 149, 201, 236 William: 221 William: 223

Lindamuth Johannas: 113, 126, 234 Johannas Georg: 97, 113, 126, 242

Kolfs Gaertje (name: Gaertje Colfs): 97, 114, 126, 238 Jacobus: 114, 126, 228

Lion William the: 210

Little Constance: 121, 138, 155, 234 John: 138, 155, 229

Kynton John: 150, 169, 222

Lain Gawain: 134, 150, 221

Lolín) (name: Teodora Monroig Delgado): 9, 275

Lamberd Catherine: 130, 150, 168, 229

Longsword (name: William): 206

Lambert Eleanor: 121, 138, 229 Elizabeth: 110, 121, 240 Elizabeth: 81, 93, 94, 109, 110, 200, 246 James: 93, 109, 110, 121, 200, 243 John: 109, 121, 138, 236 Roger: 121, 138, 234

Lord Rachel: 129, 149, 200, 230 Sarah: 90, 99, 116, 245

Losey Jane: 39, 72-74, 87, 88, 201, 251 John: 72, 88, 97, 98, 201, 244

Lowery Margaret: 68, 85, 96, 202, 253 Thomas: 85, 96, 202, 248

Lancaster Both de Barton of: 182, 183, 214

Landman Elizabeth: 76, 90, 100, 204, 252

Loyse Cornelius Janszen (aka: Jan): 97, 114, 126, 235 Elizabeth: 88, 97, 114, 202, 241 Jacobus: 88, 97, 114, 202, 240

Lane Thomasine: 118, 134, 150, 151, 225

Lau Christy: 284 Jenny: 284 John: 4, 278 Lori: 283

Lyddon Elizabeth: 105, 118, 230 Julianna: 91, 105, 118, 238 William: 105, 118, 229

Maacconhee John: 44, 77, 246

Lawrence Joan: 149, 168, 177, 222

Macbeth: 189-192, 208

Lee Gershom: 96, 112, 125, 244

MacDonachadh 296

Miss: 185-187, 211

Malbride: 192, 208

Anna: 125, 142, 158, 221 Friedlin: 142, 158, 218

Miller Sarah: 62, 81, 83, 94, 204, 249

Malcom Unnamed II: 191, 193, 194, 208 Unnamed III: 209 Unnamed IV: 210

Mills Elizabeth: 72, 86, 87, 89, 97, 202, 246 Samual: 86, 97, 113, 239 Samual: 97, 113, 232 Timothy: 113, 238

Margaret Unnamed: 180, 182, 183, 215

Martin Sarah: 36, 265

Milton Jane: 134, 150, 223

Mary Unnamed: 189-191, 211

Mitchell Abigail: 144, 232 Abigail: 98, 250 Elizabeth: 98, 250 Hannah: 75, 87, 89, 98, 202, 251 Jacob: 98, 115, 127, 199, 239 James: 115, 127, 144, 232 John: 98, 250 Mary: 115, 127, 144, 231 Mary: 120, 137, 138, 155, 231 Mathew: 127, 143, 144, 159, 226 Nathanial: 89, 98, 115, 247 Thomas: 143, 159, 220 William: 98, 250

Mason Captain John: 224 Margaret: 201, 228

Massmunster Anna Margaret: 96, 113, 126, 236

Mathers Richard: 172, 225

Mathys Elsy: 142, 158, 221

Mattie (name: Martha DeHoney): 6, 10-12, 20, 201, 272

McAlpin Kenneth: 196, 197, 206

Molly (name: Mary Magdalana Lindamood): 20, 38, 72, 204, 261

McBrad Andrew: 189, 191, 208

McConney Beryl Beatrice: 3, 4, 8, 278 Fitz Adolphus: 8, 275 Henry James: 24, 44, 77, 252 John Adolphus: 4, 8, 13, 272 John Francis: 13, 24, 44, 263 John Richard Boxill: 8, 13, 24, 268 Owen Upland: 8, 277 Reginald Oliver: 8, 276

Monroig Anna: 9, 277 Antoinette Marie: 1, 3-5, 281 Jose Catalino: 4, 8, 9, 14, 271 Joseph Victor: 280

Monteith James: 239

Morris John: 115, 127, 204, 237 John: 98, 115, 127, 128, 204, 241 Sarah: 89, 98, 115, 202, 247

McDonald Malcom: 194, 195, 207 Marjorie: 181, 183, 184, 213

Morrison Charlotte: 23, 40, 259 John: 23, 40, 199, 257 Sarah Jane: 13, 23, 40, 203, 267

McFinlay Eugenius: 186-188, 210 Fergus: 187-189, 210 Macbeatha: 189, 191, 209 Rory: 188, 189, 209

Morse Mary: 127, 236

McNeal Sally: 20, 37, 38, 69, 204, 254

Munday Anne: 133, 234

McRae Mary: 177, 180, 181, 214

Nesta: 195-197, 206

McRuaidbri Finlay: 190-193, 207

Noe Catherine: 113, 126, 142, 235

Mellon Cynthia (aka: Cytha): 68, 84, 96, 204, 251

Nye John: 40, 77, 250 Sarah: 23, 40, 76, 77, 200, 261

Merrlys Joan: 170, 178, 222

Ogden Miss: 19, 36, 37, 257

Messenger Mary: 116, 130, 149, 231

Oliver Elizabeth: 129, 147, 160, 199, 231 John: 160, 171, 172, 222 Mary: 125, 141, 158, 204, 237 Thomas: 147, 160, 172, 225 William: 141, 158, 204, 231

Metzgar Daniel: 13, 23, 24, 41, 42, 263 Eva: 4, 8, 13, 274 Henry: 23, 40, 41, 204, 260 Henry Vail: 8, 13, 24, 270

Mezger -

Olton 297

Elizabeth: 13, 24, 44, 259

Orres Agnes: 156, 170, 221

Isabel Fitzroy: 189-191, 211 King John: 191, 192, 194, 211 Richard Fitzroy (aka: Richard Fitz Roy): 190-192, 211

Osborne Sarah: 12, 20, 21, 38, 252

Pocahontas Unnamed: 220

Ossee (name: Osea Blackford): 23, 39, 40, 76, 204, 261

Polly (name: Mary Barden): 21, 39, 76, 204, 258

Owen Elizabeth: 110, 123, 124, 140, 231 Harry Thomas: 110, 123, 124, 140, 232 Thomas: 123, 139, 140, 224

Powatan Unnamed: 139, 155, 216

Powhatan Unnamed (aka: Chief): 155, 218

Owens Bertha: 3, 5, 6, 10, 274 Fanny (Francis): 67, 255 Fielding: 67, 255 George: 5, 10, 19, 269 James: 19, 36, 67, 68, 258 John: 84, 94, 110, 238 John: 10, 19, 36, 264 Leah: 240 Nathaniel: 67, 255 Nathaniel: 67, 84, 94, 244 Peggy (Margaret): 67, 255 Reuben: 240 Rueben: 255 Samual: 36, 67, 84, 250 Samuel: 94, 236

Price Isaac: 80, 247 Rhoda V.: 94, 204, 252

Purchase Ann: 147, 160, 172, 226

Randolph Duke Unnamed: 171, 178, 179, 181, 216 Duke of Westmoreland Unnamed: 180, 182, 183, 215 Lord of Middleham Unnamed: 191-193, 209

Randoph Duke Unnamed: 178, 180-182, 215

Reade Joan: 183-185, 214

Rein Mary Magdalen (aka: Anna): 38, 70, 71, 86, 250

Panchita (name: Francisca Delgado Rodriguez): 4, 8, 9, 14, 272

Ribald Lord of Middleham Unnamed: 193-195, 209

Pancho (name: Francisco Monroig Delgado): 9, 275

Richard Duke of Normandy Unnamed: 195-197, 207

Parkhurst Ann: 144, 159, 229

Rixton Elizabeth: 231

Patterson Eliza: 5, 10, 19, 270 John Robert: 10, 19, 36, 37, 199, 266 Mary: 46, 78, 79, 93, 245 Robert: 36, 68, 84, 203, 254 Thomas: 19, 36, 68, 200, 261

Roberts Mary: 168, 177, 180, 220

Robertson Margaret: 184-186, 212

Rodriguez Francisca Delgado (aka: Panchita): 4, 8, 9, 14, 272

Pease Deborah: 53, 80, 81, 93, 245 Nathan: 80, 93, 109, 240 Stephen: 93, 109, 119, 235

Roger Janet: 169, 177, 178, 180, 215 William: 178, 180, 215

Rogers Sarah: 225

Pelham Hannah Elizabeth: 46, 79, 247

Rolf Unnamed: 206

Pemberton Ruth: 256

Roseberry Mary: 10, 20, 38, 200, 262 Thomas: 20, 38, 72, 251

Percy Matilda: 185-187, 212

Petticord Daniel: 13, 24, 44, 201, 265 Elizabeth: 8, 13, 24, 270 John: 24, 42, 43, 201, 260

Ross George: 121, 138, 155, 202, 234 Hannah: 109, 121, 138, 202, 239

Rowland Elizabeth: 160, 171, 172, 222

Philbrick Mary: 109, 119, 120, 137, 229 Thomas: 119, 137, 152, 223

Roy Richard Fitz (name: Richard Fitzroy Plantagenet): 190192, 211

Pierson Rev. Abraham: 144, 230

Rule George: 24, 44, 77, 199, 259 John Albert: 44, 77, 91, 203, 253 Leah: 77, 258 Rebecca: 77, 258 Sarah: 13, 24, 44, 267 William: 77, 90, 91, 248

Pinckard Sarah: 240

Plantagenet Geoffrey: 193, 194, 210 Hamelin (aka: d'Anjou * de Normandie): 192-195, 210

298

Russell Ursela: 105, 118, 134, 233

Sager Elizabeth: 96, 113, 236

Sally (name: Sara Wharton): 68, 84, 94, 95, 199, 250 (name: Sarah Jones): 19, 37, 68, 262

Mary: 76, 90, 99, 247 Sarah: 115, 128, 146, 230 Sarah Catherine: 78, 92, 93, 108, 109, 199, 244 William , Jr.: 92, 108, 109, 118, 119, 239 William , Sr.: 108, 118, 234

Southard Phebe: 98, 249

Sample Nancy: 63, 259

Stafford Lady Lady: 184-186, 213

Sandwich Earl of: 180, 182, 215

Steinmann Elsbeth: 96, 112, 113, 125, 238

Sarah (name: Priscilla Cox): 37, 68, 84, 199, 252

Stevens Nathanial: 116, 129, 200, 240 Sarah: 99, 116, 129, 200, 244

Saunders Ann: 93, 109, 119, 237

Stewart Elinor: 180, 181, 183, 214 James: 19, 36, 37, 255 Sarah Ann: 10, 19, 36, 37, 266

Scotland Matilda of (name: Edith): 196, 209

Seaton Frances: 95, 112, 125, 203, 244 Frances: 84, 95, 96, 112, 204, 246 George: 112, 125, 232 James: 95, 112, 125, 204, 240

Stimling Catherine Stimely: 40, 76, 90, 199, 256

Stokes Eleanor (aka: Ellen): 7, 12, 21, 261

Sedemannin Margaret: 126, 142, 226

Story William: 172, 224

Seiler Hans: 125, 142, 224 Johannes: 113, 125, 126, 142, 233

Strangeways Joan: 183, 185, 215

Stratton Sarah Bancroft: 139, 230

Seilerin Maria: 96, 113, 125, 126, 237

Surrey Countess of (name: Isabel de Warenne): 192, 194, 195, 210

Settle Mary Anne: 19, 36, 67, 68, 201, 258 Thomas: 36, 68, 248

Susan (name: Sarah (Susan) Butterfield): 127, 143, 144, 159, 171, 230

Shattuck Samuel (aka: William): 119, 136, 151, 223 Samuel: 136, 202, 232 Sarah: 109, 119, 136, 233 William: 136, 151, 231

Sutton Edmund: 183, 184, 186, 215 Edward (aka: Baron Dudely II): 182-185, 216 John: 186, 214 John (aka: Baron Dudely II): 184, 186, 187, 215 Ruth: 90, 100, 117, 202, 242

Sherwood Margaret: 226

Sibley Damaris: 119, 136, 151, 225

Talma Sir Edwy: 277

Siegrist Anna Marie: 85, 96, 113, 243 Ulrich: 96, 113, 235

Taylor Anthony: 118, 237 Anthony: 118, 238 Anthony: 118, 239 Benjamin: 105, 203, 243 Bernard: 134, 150, 223 Bernard: 118, 134, 150, 151, 230 Bernard: 134, 231 Bernard: 118, 238 Elizabeth: 78, 91, 92, 105, 203, 243 Gawain: 105, 118, 134, 231 James: 134, 232 John: 134, 233 Julianna: 105, 243 Martha: 105, 203, 243 Mary: 118, 239 Mary: 240 Peter: 118, 239 Peter: 105, 242 Philip: 91, 105, 118, 237 Richard: 134, 233 Sarah: 105, 243

Sifleet (name: Sarah Siphlet): 12, 22, 23, 266

Sigurd: 193, 208

Simpson Elisabeth Pietersen: 114, 236

Siphlet Sarah (aka: Sifleet): 12, 22, 23, 266

Smale John (name: John Smalley): 117, 133, 134, 150, 229

Small Mary: 115, 127, 204, 237

Smalley Hannah: 100, 117, 133, 134, 203, 235 John (aka: John Smale): 117, 133, 134, 150, 229

Smith Betty: 44, 77, 245 Issac: 90, 99, 241

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Sarah Knox: 262 Ursula: 106, 203, 244 President Zachary: 252

Terrell Elizabeth: 37, 68, 84, 200, 256

Thatcher Alice: 155, 170, 222

Sarah: 83, 253 Sarah Ann: 34, 199, 265 Warner: 93, 109, 121, 239 Warner: 81, 93, 94, 109, 110, 204, 246 William Hood: 35, 36, 199, 266 Ziphra "Zilpa": 255

Underwood Abraham: 84, 250 Alexander: 84, 95, 110, 112, 199, 242 Andrew: 38, 261 Ann: 201, 232 Benjamin Franklin: 10, 19, 37, 201, 266 Elihu: 84, 251 Elihu: 68, 84, 95, 204, 247 Irene Lodana: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 277 John: 37, 68, 84, 204, 251 Maragerite: 7, 276 Margaret: 84, 251 Paul: 7, 276 Pearl: 3, 6, 7, 10, 12, 274 Samuel: 95, 110, 234 Susannah: 84, 250 William: 228 Zachariah: 6, 10, 19, 20, 268 Zachariah E.: 19, 37, 68, 200, 262

Thayer Cicely (Sissilla): 129, 149, 168, 227 Constance: 177, 180, 217 John: 177, 180, 218 John: 168, 177, 180, 220 John: 149, 168, 177, 222

Thomas Margaret: 96, 251 Marritgren: 142, 227

Thorn Elizabeth: 44, 77, 91, 249

Thorne Susannah: 172, 179, 181, 220

Threlkeld Sir Launcelot: 182, 184, 216 Margaret: 181, 182, 184, 217

Tilton Mary: 93, 109, 120, 236

Tiptoft Lady Joice: 183, 184, 186, 215

Urquia: 205

Tomlinson Ann: 140, 156, 170, 225 William: 156, 170, 220

Urquisia: 205

Utz Ursula Ulzar: 113, 125, 142, 226

Toppass John: 45, 252

Verdon Jacob Janss: 114, 126, 127, 142, 143, 227 Jan: 142, 158, 218 Jean: 126, 142, 158, 221 Magdalena Jacobs: 97, 114, 126, 127, 202, 232 Thomas Jacobs: 127, 231

Tucker Ann Mariah: 34, 199, 264 Benjamin: 255 Charles: 109, 120, 121, 138, 233 Charles: 120, 137, 138, 155, 234 Cornelius Frazee: 63, 64, 200, 260 Daniel L.: 65, 204, 262 David: 255 Elijah Hand: 63, 203, 260 Elizabeth "Betsy": 64, 204, 261 Emily Jane: 34, 199, 264 I. Ephraim: 62, 81-83, 94, 204, 249 II. Ephraim: 32, 62, 63, 83, 84, 204, 254 III. Ephraim , III.: 16, 32-34, 63, 203, 259 Hannah: 83, 204, 253 Hannah: 64, 204, 261 Henry Lines: 66, 199, 264 James Cole: 63, 204, 260 James Cole J.: 36, 203, 267 Capt John: 137, 152, 155, 225 Joseph L.: 65, 200, 263 Mary: 137, 152, 155, 225 Mary: 65, 200, 263 Mary "Polly": 258 Mary Jane: 9, 16, 17, 32, 35, 199, 265 Phebe Ann: 34, 35, 199, 265 Phoebe: 66, 199, 264 Rhoda: 65, 200, 262 Rhoda: 36, 203, 267 Sabra Clark: 83, 253 Sally Ann: 64, 204, 261 Samuel Miller: 83, 253

Vise Catharine: 23, 40, 41, 204, 260

Wadleigh John: 128, 146, 203, 227 Mary: 128, 146, 225 Robert: 115, 128, 146, 232 Sarah: 98, 115, 128, 200, 237

Walden Anne: 117, 133, 134, 150, 231 Ralph: 133, 150, 226

Walker Cerelda (aka: Zerelda): 68, 261 Mary: 141, 156, 158, 170, 226

Wallen Joyce: 133, 150, 227

Ward Ann: 160, 171, 179, 222

Warenne Suzanne: 191, 192, 194, 211

Warrender Elizabeth: 135, 151, 169, 170, 220 William: 151, 169, 170, 217

Warrington Margaret Marsh: 68, 84, 95, 246

Weamen Joyce: 116, 130, 149, 224

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Webb A. Thomas: 14, 15, 267 Aaron: 44, 77, 244 Aaron Alexander: 24, 44, 45, 77, 201, 250 Aaron Alexander: 204, 255 Adam William: 1, 203, 285 Alex: 285 Arron Alexander: 203, 267 Bert: 15, 267 Calvin: 15, 267 Caroline Francis: 200, 269 Cheryl: 202, 285 Cora Etta: 10, 273 David Underwood: 4, 199, 281 Eliza J.: 15, 201, 268 Elizabeth: 36, 67, 84, 249 Elizabeth Graham: 203, 268 Frances Angeline: 15-19, 203, 270 George Finley: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 200, 277 George Hannah: 203, 268 George Pemberton: 204, 264 Guilford: 3, 5, 6, 10, 274 Hampton T.: 15, 267 Harold: 6, 276 James David: 1-3, 199, 283 James Finley: 5, 9, 10, 15, 19, 269 James Knox: 203, 267 James Richard: 284 Prof Jesse C.: 271 John: 14, 24, 26, 45, 201, 257 John: 284 John S.: 15, 203, 268 John WarTen Offet: 204, 266 John William: 1, 2, 4, 201, 280 Karina Elizabeth: 1, 203, 286 Kathy Sue: 2, 199, 283 Landon: 6, 276 Loren: 6, 276 Lucy: 45, 255 Mark William: 2, 283 Marquis DeLafeyette: 204, 266 Mary Ann: 204, 265 Merrill: 6, 276 Moses: 77, 254 Nancy Emily: 15, 268 Paul Anthony: 1, 203, 285 Paula Jean: 2, 199, 284 Polly: 204, 257 Rosanna: 45, 204, 257 Roseanne: 255 Salina: 262 Samantha: 199, 286 Sara Lynn: 2, 199, 283 Wallace: 10, 274 Walter Holland: 203, 269 William Anderson: 204, 265 William M.: 15, 201, 269 Willis: 16, 270 Willis Sanford: 26, 199, 265 Zachariah: 9, 14, 26, 29, 204, 263

Wharton Henry: 84, 95, 244 Sara (aka: Sally): 68, 84, 94, 95, 199, 250

Whipsewasson King of Patawomke (name: Wahanganoche Arroyha): 110, 122, 123, 139, 199, 223

White Abigial: 62, 257 Hannah: 16, 29, 31, 61, 62, 259 John P.: 29, 62, 202, 252 Mary: 29, 62, 249 Mary: 138, 155, 227

Whiteman Abraham: 41, 77, 247 Samuel: 23, 41, 42, 77, 203, 254 Sara: 13, 23, 24, 41, 42, 265

Whitley Susan (Whytley): 159, 171, 178, 223

Whittacre Margaret: 172, 179, 181, 219

Wilberfoss Jane: 108, 118, 231

Wilcox Mary Ann: 95, 110, 235

Wild Elizabeth: 221

Wilkes Catherina: 78, 93, 109, 241

William Lord Percy Unnamed: 189, 190, 210 Duke of Normandy Unnamed (aka: Longsword): 206 (name: Samuel Shattuck): 119, 136, 151, 223 (name: William de Warrene): 195, 196, 209

Williamnson Doctor James: 200, 231

Williams Abigail: 159, 232 Anthony Blair: 2, 280 Evelyn Webb: 202, 285 Hannah: 127, 144, 159, 202, 234 Mary Emory: 45, 77, 91, 246 Michael Miles: 144, 159, 229 Nora Webb: 202, 285 Thomas Webb: 202, 286

Williamson Maragret: 203, 234 Rcihard: 226

Willoughby Cecily: 182-185, 216 William: 183, 185, 215

Wolf Elsi: 125, 142, 158, 228 Maria Margaretha: 86, 97, 113, 243

Woodbury Christine: 202, 285 John: 2, 281

Wright Jane: 110, 121, 139, 202, 239 Mary: 84, 95, 245

Wessel Debora: 120, 138, 228 Warner: 120, 138, 227

York Dorothy: 163, 172, 176, 177, 179, 180, 225 Edmund: 172, 180, 220 Katheryn: 172, 180, 220

Wessells Anna: 109, 120, 121, 138, 234

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Young Anna Mitchell (aka: Anne): 21, 39, 74, 75, 202, 260 Edward Clark: 39, 75, 76, 89, 203, 252 Henry: 74, 256 Israel: 89, 98, 99, 115, 116, 199, 242 Israel: 76, 89, 99, 199, 247 John: 115, 128, 146, 200, 231 John: 98, 115, 128, 200, 237 John: 75, 87-89, 98, 201, 250 Josiah: 21, 39, 76, 203, 273 Mahlon: 12, 21, 22, 39, 200, 263 Maria: 99, 246 Morgan Jr.: 39, 72, 74, 87, 89, 201, 253 Morgan Sr.: 72, 86, 87, 89, 97, 245 Nathanial Mitchell: 39, 74, 75, 89, 202, 254 Noah: 21, 39, 74, 75, 200, 259 Noah: 7, 12, 13, 22, 23, 202, 269 Orilla: 12, 21, 22, 39, 204, 264 Rose Carrie: 4, 7, 12, 13, 199, 273 Rowland: 128, 146, 223 Sarah: 115, 128, 146, 229

Zerelda (name: Cerelda Walker): 68, 261

Zouch Eva: 187-189, 212

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