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The Pedigree of Brooke of Westmoreland Co. Virginia
Br11 Henry BROOKE b about 1620, the progenitor of the Virginia family He patented land in then-Northumberland (later Westmoreland) on 31 May 1650, on land adjacent to Nathaniel Pope I and Hercules Bridges, with headrights including himself, David Whitliff, Eman. BrookeE, Jane Brooke, Jane Brooke [sic], Robt. Whitliff, Lydia Brooke, Ailce Whitliff. (Virginia Land Patent Book 2:225, Cavaliers & Pioneers, Vol. I, p. 194). On 24 Oct 1655, the land of Henry BROOKE is mentioned as adjacent to that ofHercules Bridges and the patent of Richard Coale & David Anderson for 150 A (Virginia Land Patent Book 4:15 (23), ibid., p. 326.) (See Also David Anderson and Archdale/Archibald Combs of Stafford Co VA c1688) The Westmoreland Co VA will of Henry BROOKS, shipwright, dated 21 Jun 1662, and proved in Westmoreland Co, VA 3 Feb 1662/3, named wife Joane (to be ex.); dau Dorothy BROOKS, grandchild Lidia, dau of Lawrence ABBINGTON; Henry SAXTON, godson; dau. Jane HIGDEN; dau. Lidia ABBINGTON; and specified Richard COLE as overseer (Westmoreland Wills, Augusta B. Fothergill)
m in St. Mary's Co Md Jane Rokeby(?Evers) wid of David Wickliffe b 1610 Yorkshire Engl d 1643 St George's Hundred Md. In 1655, Henry Brooks, made a gift to her two sons from her first marriage, David and Robert Wickliffe. David Wickliffe/Whitcliff/Wycliffe was the first child of Protestant parents born in Maryland, and, as the records of that province show that David Wickliffe (who must have been his father) died in 1642, the son was probably thirty-five (35) years of age instead of twenty-five (25) in 1671.
Br10-1 Lydia BROOKE b c 1657 m1 Lawrence Abbington m2 William Kimber/Kimball. On 10 Jan.1682/3 WESTM Co. (RF Note: William KIMBER, sometimes seen as KEMBER and KIMBALL, was the second husband of Lydia (BROOKS) Abbington). Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book 1675-6-1688/9, Part Three 1682-1684, Abstracted and Compiled by John Frederick Dorman. (Westmoreland Co., VA Order Bk. 1675/6-1688/9, pp. 275-276) ORIGINALL BROWNE AND WM. KIMBER complaine that DAVID WHITLIFFE keeps and detains from them one messuage containinge 650 acres, formerly in the possession of JANE BROOKS, demised to Jane Brooks for her natural life by HER HUSBAND HENRY BOOKS his last will and testament bearinge date 25 June 1662 and now decendinge and COMINGE TO THE PETITIONERS IN RIGHT OF THEIR WIVES, BEING THE DAUGHTERS AND COHEIRS OF HENRY BROOKS, which David Whitliffe well knows, to the petitioners’ damage in the profits of the land, house and especially a conciderable good orchard 16,000 pounds of tobacco, wherefore the petitioners humbly pray order to the Sheriffe to putt the petitioners in quiett possession and that a jury of the vicinage may enquire into and asses the damages. The defendant pleadinge by Jno: Lord his attorney that the plaintiffs have noe right to the same, neither HENRY BROOKS THEIR ANCESTOR by virtue of anny extant patent (the Court refer to the jury) who died seezed of the lands in controversye. The verdict: Wee find by the patent that DOROTHY BROOKS died seez’d of the 650 acres claimed by plaintiffs and it [is] the judgement of this Court that 329 acres in the patent specified devolve on the heirs of Henry Brooks because Dorothy Brooks had not estate in the same until the death of JANE BROOKS, WHO DIED BUT LATELY, BUT DOROTHY LONGE SINCE, and the 321 acres taken up by DOROTHY BROOKS ALIAS BUTLER for the transportation of seaven persons devolve on the heires of Dorothy, from which judgement DAVID WHITLIFF appeals to the 4th day of the next Generall Court and Capt. John Lord assumes as security with him for prosecution of his appeale, and Mr. Lawrence Washington with ORIGINAL BROWNE and WM. KIMBER. (Westmoreland Co., VA Order Bk. 1675/6-1688/9, p. 287) [10 May 1683] It appear’d to this Court that ORIGINALL BROWNE did by force expel DAVID WHITLIFF from his land. The Court order the Sheriffe to pay DAVID WHITLIFFE into possession of his lands until hee shal legally be ejected. JOHN BUTLER VS. DAVID WHITLIFFE. Davie Whitliffe did suppena John Browne [sic] as an evidence in the above cause. The Court order Whitliffe to pay to the said John Butler 80 pounds of tobacco (record submitted by Rhoda Fone). -1 Elizabeth Kimball
m Mark Cullum d before 23 Feb 1726 mariner, master of the ships Elizabeth & Hannah, 1705
-1-1 Elizabeth McCullum/Cullen b 1696 Westmoreland Co Va
m Isaac Wickliffe b about 1696 Westmoreland Co d there 1725 son of David Wickliffe b 1671 in Westmoreland Co and Elizabeth King grson David Wickliff b about 1638 d 1693 and Mary Sisson
-1-1-1 Mary Wickliffe b 22 Sep 1725 Westmoreland Co d 17 Oct 1794 Washington Co Tn
m John Kincheloe Jr
-1-1-1-1 Susannah Kincheloe b 22 Sep 1755 Pr William Co d 12 Jul 1850 Roane Co Tn + 8 sib
m Daniel McPhearson
-1-1-1-2 Charles W. Kincheloe, b Abt 1749 Pr. William Co Va d Aft 1830 Washington Co Tn m Nancy Ann Connor on Abt. 1774 in Washington Co
-1-1-1-3 George E. Kincheloe b 26 Sep 1761 Fauquier Va d 15 Dec 1843 Washington Tn m Sarah Buckner on 12 Aug 1784 in Occuquarm Run, Pr. William Co Va Elizabeth Buckner b 1747 Fairfax Co Va dau of Peyton Buckner b 1722 in St. Paul's Parish, Stafford Co and (m 5 FEB 1746/47 in Hamilton Parish) Elizabeth Seale b 25 FEB 1723/24 in St. Paul's Parish, Stafford Co dau of Anthony Seale b BEF 1704 in St. Mary's Parish, Richmond Co Va and Anne Bristow b BEF 1708 Elizabeth m2 25 May 1757 William Browne b 1727 in Stafford
-1-1-1-1-1 Julia Ann McPhearson
-1-1-1-2-1 Mary Kincheloe, b 25 Apr 1777 Pr. William Co Va d 08 Aug 1866 Greene Co Tn m Meshach Charles Hale on 30 Aug 1792 in , Washington Co., Tennessee, son of Shadrack Hale and Mary Kincheloe.
-1-1-1-3-1 Margaret Peggy Kincheloe, b 29 Oct 1800 Washington, Tn d 08 Jul 1883 Washington Tn m John Wesley Brown on 7 Jan 1817 in Washington Co
-1-1-1-1-1-1 George A Lorren b 1816 Jefferson Tn d 25 Aug 1880 m Martha D Robberson/Robertson
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 John C Lorren/Larren b about 1847 Cleburn Co Alabama d 1931 m Julia Ann Pollard
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Samuell Prathell Lorren b 9 Apr 1879 Cleburne Co d 12 Nov 1940 m Nancy O Lena Hedgepeth dau of Charles Frank Hedgepeth and Mulven Mysina Couch
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Jasper Tillman Lorren b 7 Nov 1900 Borden Springs Alabama d 21 Jan 1948 m Christine Inez Cook
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Sue Lorren m Horace H Hall
-1-1-1-1-1-1-2 Suzanna MCPHERSON b 1777 in Fauquier Co Va
-1-1-1-1-1-1-3 Mary MCPHERSON b 1778 in Fauquier Co Va
-1-1-1-1-1-1-4 Charles Lewin MCPHERSON : 1780 in Fauquier Co Va.
-1-1-1-1-1-1-5 Henry MCPHERSON b ABT 1781 in Fauquier Co Va.
-1-1-1-1-1-1-6 Horton MCPHERSON b 1782 in Fauquier Co Va.
-1-1-1-1-1-1-7 George MCPHERSON b 1784 in Hawkins Co Tn
-1-1-1-1-1-1-8 Andrew Barton MCPHERSON b 8 SEP 1786 in Hawkins Co Tn
-1-1-1-1-1-1-9 Elijah Daniel MCPHERSON b 13 JUL 1789 in Hawkins Co Tn
-1-1-1-1-1-1-10 Hannah MCPHERSON b ABT 1792 in Hawkins Co Tn
-1-1-1-1-1-1-11 Nancy MCPHERSON b 1795 in Hawkins Co Tn
-1-1-1-2-1-1 James Calaway Hale, b. 26 Sep 1820, , Greene, Tennessee, d. 07 Aug 1899, Fillmore, Andrew, Missouri
-1-1-1-3-1-1 Elizabeth Brown b 19 Sep 1821, , Washington Co Tn d 07 Nov 1904 Adair Co Mo m 3 Mar 1842 in Jonesboro Washington Tn James Calaway Hale son of Meshach Charles Hale and Mary Kincheloe.
Br10 Jane BROOKE b before 1648, of Westmoreland Co, Virginia, d/o Henry & Lydia (UNKNOWN) Brooke. d after 1702.
It is believed that Jane BROOKE probably married
m1 bef 1662, Richard HIGDON who d testate in Westmoreland Co VA before 1677; (2) 1663-1677,
m2 Original BROWN I son of Virgina Browne;
m3?and possibly (3) between 1698 and 1702, James CAMPBELL.
The will of Richard COLE, Parish of Appomattox, Westmoreland Co VA, dated 4 Nov 1663, proved 27 Apr 1664 made bequests to “Widow BROOKS”, Nicholas SAXTON; “my god daughter, Jane, the wife of Richard HIGDEN; Thomas WEBB; with the widow BROOKS to be exx. Witnesses: John BROOK and John BELL. (Westmoreland Co, VA Wills, 1654-1800, Augusta B. Fothergill, Appeals Press, 1925; SHP reprint, Easley, SC, 1982) Jane’s father Henry BROOKE and his friend and associate Richard COLE previously lived in St. Mary’s Co, Maryland, where Henry married Jane UNKNOWN Wickliffe, the widow of David WICKLIFFE sometime between 1644 (her last record as the widow WHITCLIFF in St. Mary’s) and the 31 May 1650 patent record for Henry’s land in then Northumberland Co, Virginia. That she was the widow of David WICKLIFFE aka WHITCLIFF is proven by her 11 Oct 1650 statement to wit: Jane wife of Henry BROOKES at the request of Willm LEWIS saith upon oath that in a bargain with her former husband David WICKLIFFE made with Cpt. Cornwallis there was due to her said husband 200 acres of land within the said Capt.’s divident the right of which said 200 acres this depont saith was given by her said former husband the Lt. Willm LEWIS And further she saith not. Jane BROOKE. 11 Oct. 1650, Richard COLE stated the above agreement with Willm LEWIS was 12 years since and the land was in St. Inegoes Creek…(MD Historical Magazine, 1913, Land Notes 1634-1655, p. 265). Jane could possibly be the mother of Henry’s daughter Jane BROOKE Higden if she were born 1643 or later now that we know Jane WICKLIFFE was widowed between 1643-43. Note that Henry’s transportation list for his patent includes David, Alice, and Robert Whitliffe. David was Jane’s son by her previous husband. The others could possibly be her children also since she had evidently been married to David by 1638.

A later Westmoreland court record substantiates that Jane BROOKE Higden remarried to Original BROWN, and that Henry’s daughter Lydia, wife of Lawrence ABBINGTON remarried to Wm KIMBER aka KIMBALL.

On 10 Jan.1682/3 WESTM Co. (RF Note: William KIMBER, sometimes seen as KEMBER and KIMBALL, was the second husband of Lydia (BROOKS) Abbington). Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book 1675-6-1688/9, Part Three 1682-1684, Abstracted and Compiled by John Frederick Dorman. (Westmoreland Co., VA Order Bk. 1675/6-1688/9, pp. 275-276) ORIGINALL BROWNE AND WM. KIMBER complaine that DAVID WHITLIFFE keeps and detains from them one messuage containinge 650 acres, formerly in the possession of JANE BROOKS, demised to Jane Brooks for her natural life by HER HUSBAND HENRY BROOKS his last will and testament bearinge date 25 June 1662 and now decendinge and COMINGE TO THE PETITIONERS IN RIGHT OF THEIR WIVES, BEING THE DAUGHTERS AND COHEIRS OF HENRY BROOKS, which David Whitliffe well known, to the petitioners’ damage in the profits of the land, house and especially a conciderable good orchard 16,000 pounds of tobacco, wherefore the petitioners humbly pray order to the Sheriffe to putt the petitioners in quiett possession and that a jury of the vicinage may enquire into and asses the damages. The defendant pleadinge by Jno: Lord his attorney that the plaintiffs have noe right to the same, neither HENRY BROOKS THEIR ANCESTOR by virtue of any extant patent (the Court refer to the jury) who died seezed of the lands in controversye. The verdict: Wee find by the patent that DOROTHY BROOKS died seez’d of the 650 acres claimed by plaintiffs and it [is] the judgement of this Court that 329 acres in the patent specified devolve on the heirs of Henry Brooks because Dorothy Brooks had not estate in the same until the death of JANE BROOKS, WHO DIED BUT LATELY, BUT DOROTHY LONGE SINCE, and the 321 acres taken up by DOROTHY BROOKS ALIAS BUTLER for the transportation of seaven persons devolve on the heires of Dorothy, from which judgement DAVID WHITLIFF appeals to the 4th day of the next Generall Court and Capt. John Lord assumes as security with him for prosecution of his appeale, and Mr. Lawrence Washington with ORIGINAL BROWNE and WM. KIMBER. (Westmoreland Co., VA Order Bk. 1675/6-1688/9, p. 287) [10 May 1683] It appear’d to this Court that ORIGINALL BROWNE did by force expel DAVID WHITLIFF from his land. The Court order the Sheriffe to pay DAVID WHITLIFFE into possession of his lands until hee shal legally be ejected. JOHN BUTLER VS. DAVID WHITLIFFE. Davie Whitliffe did suppena John Browne [sic] as an evidence in the above cause. The Court order Whitliffe to pay to the said John Butler 80 pounds of tobacco (record submitted by Rhoda Fone). See St. Mary’s Co, MD for more information and records about Henry BROOKE, Richard COLE, David WHITLIFFE aka WICKLIFFE, the BALDRIDGES, POPES, and other families that first settled (some by 1633/4) in St. Mary’s Co, Maryland and relocated to Westmoreland Co, Virginia (then Northumberland Co). Also coming is separate report on Henry BROOKE and associated families. Given the probable importance of the BROOKE connection, additional information is provided about Henry BROOKE, Shipwright, the immigrant who settled in Maryland (St. Maries’ Co) by 1641. Attention is also given to David WICKLIFFE, another early Maryland immigrant who settled in Maryland in 1636, who is documented as a Protestant Catholic, and whose wife Jane remarried to Henry Brooke in Maryland shortly after his decease and who may be the mother of Jane BROOKE Hidgen Brown.
Jane BROOKE and Richard HIGDON had at least one child:
Br9-1 John HIGDON I. born before 1662, and may have had the following issue: (not researched, but John appears to have been same whose sons were named in will of (step-father?) James CAMPBELL, and who d testate in Westmoreland Co VA in 1718, his Westmoreland Co VA will dated 07 Sep 1718, proved 21 Oct 1718 does not mention a wife, names sons, Daniel & John, land, 1 negro and personal property; son John to be executor (Westmoreland VA Wills, Fothergill)
m Margaret Mason b abt 1660 (will of John/James MASON)
-1 Original HIGDON, babout 1680 probably d bef 1718.
-2 Daniel HIGDON b about 1681 d Nov 1739 in Westmoreland Co m1 before 1718 Mary ELLIOTT b about 1681 d in 1737 + 3 ch dau of John ELLIOTT I and Sarah FOXHALL m2 Margaret x after 1736
-3 John HIGDON II b between 1682/ ?bef 1662 and 1698. He died testate in 1720 in Westmoreland Co Va, his will dated 28 Apr 1720, proved 29 Jun 1720, naming son, John; brother, Daniel; wife Magdalene (to be exx.) and son and wife to share equal parts of his estate. (Westmoreland Wills, Fothergill). m bef 1720 Mary Magdalene x b about 1682 d after 1725.
-4 Elizabeth Higdon (mentioned in James Campbell's will) m y Triplett
-2-1 Daniel Higdon b about 1708
-2-2 Mary HIGDON b after 1716.
-2-3 Jane HIGDON b after 1716 m about 1750 David Wickliffe b 1723 in Wakefield, VA d 1812 in Fauquier
-3-1 John HIGDON III b between 1706 and 1719 d Mar 1771 in Westmoreland Co m bef 1748 Sarah Williams b about 1720
-4-1 y Triplett
-4-2 y Triplett
-4-3 Mary Triplett

-2-3-1 David Wickliffe b 5 Mar 1753 in Westmoreland d 1839 in Fauquier VA. m Margaret "Leath or" Seaton b 1 Jan 1765 in VA d 1782
-3-1-1 Elizabeth Higdon b Abt. 1750
-3-1-2 Original Higdon b Abt. 1750 d Abt. 1780
-3-1-3 Richard Higdon b Abt. 1750
-3-1-4 John Higdon b 1757 d 16 Sep 1816 m Mary ? b 1765 d 10 Aug 1814

-2-3-1-1 John William Wickliffe b 1782 in Westmoreland, VA dn 1820 in Grainger, TN. m 31 Dec 1799 Mary Taylor b 1782 d before Nov 1822 in Grainger, TN dau of William Taylor b before 1765
-3-1-4-1 Sarah/Sally Higdon b Abt. 1780 d Bef. 1856 m 30 Dec 1805 in Washington, DC John (Jack) Drowns
-3-1-4-2 John Higdon b 10 May 1793 d 26 Feb 1838 m Rebecca Reynolds b 08 Aug 1791 d 16 Feb 1867 in Alexandria Co VA m: 21 Feb 1816 in Alexandria, VA
-3-1-4-3 Maria Higdon b 06 Sep 1797
-3-1-4-4 William Higdon b 22 Oct 1798 d 07 Apr 1822

-2-3-1-1-1 Isaac Wickliffe b 16 Mar 1805 in VA d 27 Sep 1875 in Benton, MO. m 10 Jan 1826 in Washington Nancy Hubbell: born on 23 Apr 1803 in Wythe or Washington, VA; died on 22 Jun 1850 in Territory of MO, 25 Mi. E. Of Crossing Platt River.
-3-1-4-1-1 Mary Drowns b Abt. 1806 d 1857 m Satterwhite
-3-1-4-1-2 John Thomas Drowns b Abt. 1807 d 1857
-3-1-4-2-1 Mary Jane Higdon b 14 Jan 1817 d 1910 in Alexandria Co., VA m William E. Atwell b 1812 in VA m: 04 May 1837
-3-1-4-2-2 William James Higdon b 31 Oct 1818 d 31 May 1862 in Seven Pines, Fair Oaks, VA m Julia Ann Allen b 1827 d 26 Oct 1857 in Alexandria Co., VA m: 23 Feb 1842 in Alexandria, VA
-3-1-4-2-3 John Henry Higdon b 06 Feb 1821 d Bef. Jun 1860 m Mary Ann Pickering b May 1823 in VA d Aft. 1900 m: 13 Dec 1848 in Alexandria, VA
-3-1-4-2-4 Daniel Baugh Higdon b 18 Apr 1824 d 19 Nov 1825
-3-1-4-2-5 Sarah Frances Higdon b 10 Feb 1826 d 26 Feb 1838
-3-1-4-2-6 Hannah Maria Higdon b 05 Nov 1828
-3-1-4-2-7 Margaret Rebecca Higdon b 10 Feb 1832 in Alexandria Co., VA d 12 Jun 1911 in Washington, DC

-2-3-1-1-1-1 John Thomas Wickliffe b 28 Dec 1828 in VA d 10 Dec 1894 in Warsaw, Benton, MO
-3-1-4-2-1-1 Richard Higdon Atwell b 20 Feb 1838 d 08 Mar 1838
-3-1-4-2-1-2 John A. Atwell b 23 Jun 1839 in VA
-3-1-4-2-1-3 William N. Atwell b 17 Jan 1842 in VA
-3-1-4-2-1-4 Samuel H. Atwell b 03 Feb 1844 in VA
-3-1-4-2-1-5 Francis Atwell b 14 May 1845
-3-1-4-2-1-6 Sarah F. Atwell b 1846 in VA
-3-1-4-2-1-7 Mary E. Atwell b 07 Feb 1852 in Alexandria Co., VA d 11 Sep 1852 in Alexandria Co., VA
-3-1-4-2-2-1 Eliza Regina Higdon b 27 Dec 1843 in VA d Bef. 1885 m Magnus L. Julihn b 1838 in Sweden m: 08 Feb 1864 in Washington, DC
-3-1-4-2-2-2 John B. Higdon b 1847
-3-1-4-2-2-3 Florence R. Higdon b Oct 1849 in MD m Magnus L. Julihn b 1838 in Sweden m: 06 Oct 1885 in Washington, DC
-3-1-4-2-2-4 William Posey F. Higdon b Jul 1853 in VA d in TX m Anna Eliza Lyde Davis
-3-1-4-2-2-5 Henry Clay Higdon d 14 Nov 1842
-3-1-4-2-3-1 John L. Higdon b 1850 d 11 Dec 1855 in Alexandria Co., VA
-3-1-4-2-3-2 Julian Higdon b Jul 1853 in VA d 10 Feb 1915 in Washington, DC
-3-1-4-2-3-3 Joseph Higdon b 1854
-3-1-4-2-3-4 Sarah Rebecca Higdon b 18 Aug 1854 d 1942
-3-1-4-2-3-5 Katie Higdon b 26 Dec 1857 in VA m William C. Scribner b 1855 in NY

-3-1-4-2-2-1-1 Eva Julihn b 1865 in DC
-3-1-4-2-2-1-2 Mary E. Julihn b 1867 in DC
-3-1-4-2-2-1-3 Mina M. Julihn b 1869 in DC
-3-1-4-2-2-1-4 Laura Julihn b 1871 in DC
-3-1-4-2-2-1-5 Louis G. Julihn b 1873 in VA
-3-1-4-2-2-1-6 Bertha Julihn b 1874 in DC
-3-1-4-2-2-1-7 Carl E. Julihn b 1877 in DC
-3-1-4-2-2-1-8 Regina Julihn b Sep 1879
-3-1-4-2-2-4-1 Marjorie Reynolds Higdon
-3-1-4-2-3-5-1 Carl W. Scribner b Mar 1882 in DC
-3-1-4-2-3-5-2 Nona F. Scribner b May 1889 in DC
m2 Jane BROOKE Higdon married next, 1663-1677, Originall BROWN b 1648 in St. Marys Co, VA and d testate in 1698 in Westmoreland Co, Virginia. His will, dated 5 Feb 1697/8, proved 27 Apr 1698, specified a chest of drawers to dau. Jane POPE, named daughter, Judith ROE (10 shillings), dau. Mary BROWN at age of 16 years one negro girl, feather bed and furniture; son William horses, pistols and bayonets; and Lawr. ABBINGTON one-half stock, books, etc., with his wife Jane to be exx. and to inherit residue of his estate. (Westmoreland Co, VA Wills, 1654-1800, Augusta B. Fothergill, Appeals Press, 1925; SHP reprint, Easley, SC, 1982) Richard Browne b about 1616 Legislative service: Abt. 1649, Serveds in Assembly St. Marys Co, VA & Lower House MD Legislature. Oath of Fidelity: 1647, St. Mary's, MD. Attorney and planter. arrived May 28, 1635, On ship Speedwell at age of 19. He was a protester
m Eader James bef 1642 in MD
bro: -b William Browne b 4 Jul 1620 m Elizabeth B. Maxfield on Bef. 1655
-b-1 Maxfield Browne, b 1665 Old Rappahanock VA d 5 Jul 1745 Hanover Parrish, King George Co Va m Sarah Elizabeth Newman bef 1699
-b-1-1 Mary BROWNE b 1682 d 5 Oct 1735 mFrancis TRIPLETT II
-b-1-1-1 Mary TRIPLETT
-b-1-1-2 Francis TRIPLETT III
-b-1-2 Charity Browne b 1705, Va d Aft 1752 m Isaac W. Settle son of John SETTLE and Mary STROTHER
-b-1-2-1 William Settle, b 4 Jan, 1730/31, King George Co VA d 23 Jan 1839, DeKalb, Fulton Co., GA m Margaret Harbin.
-b-1-2-1-1 Jesse Suttle b 1775, Fulton, GA d. May 18, 1836, Coosa Co, AL m Sarah Nancy Willis on Abt. 1799 in Elbert Co Ga dau of John Willis.
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Original/Ariginall Browne b about 1575 d about 1655 arrived 1634, Kent Island VA colony on ship James on Revenge, wood cutter
Br9
Jane BROWN b about 1773 died testate in Westmoreland Co VA in 1752. 03 Apr 1752 - 30 Jun 1752 (Westmoreland Wills, Vol. XI) Will of Jane POPE. Five negroes to dau. Elizabeth PRICE; William and Benjamin POPE 1 negro each; grand-daughter, Elizabeth POPE 3 negroes; grandson John, son of my daughter, Elizabeth PRICE; son in law Bourn PRICE (Westmoreland Wills, Fothergill)
m about 1692 Nathaniel Pope III Po9 b 1669 d in 1719 in Westmoreland Co, Va son of Nathaniel POPE II and Mary SISSON in Westmoreland Co, inventory returned 09 Mar 1719/20. (Westmoreland Wills, Fothergill)
Po8-1 William POPE.
Po8-2 Mary POPE may have married a Joseph Weeks.
Po8-3 Lewis POPE.
Po8-4 John POPE d 1735 in Washington Parish, Westmoreland Co, Va. m Elizabeth POPE (dau of Nathaniel POPE "the mariner" and Elizabeth PIERCE and gr granddau of Nathaniel Pope I by his son, Thomas) before 1730 in (of) Washington Parish, Westmoreland Co, Va. Elizabeth POPE b before 1715. d after 1730.
Po8-5 Jane Pope b before 1715. m before 30 Oct 1730 George WILLIAMS of Stafford. b before 1710 d 1750 in Stafford Co, Va.
Po8 Worden Pope b before 1716 d in 1749. m Hester Netherton (Ne8) b ABT 1715 in Va d AFT 1749 , dau of Henry Netherton b ABT 1660 and Sarah Tucker b 2 AUG 1663 in Westmoreland Co., Va She m2 Lynaugh Helm, bro of her son-in-law Thomas Helm. His will was dated 14 Jan 1748 probated 29 Aug 1749
Po8-6 Elizabeth Pope m Bourn PRICE (son of Meriday PRICE II). Bourn PRICE was born before 1725. He died after 1725.
Note: Documentation for above yet to be added

Also Note From Combs Researcher Tom Lincoln:

Po8-4-1 William Pope
Po7 Benjamin Pope b 10 MAY 1740 in Va m Behetheland Foote Fo7
Po7-2 William Pope m Penelope Edwards dau of Hayden Edwards of Fauquier Co Va
Po7-3 Jane Pope, married Thomas Helm b 14 SEP 1731 in Pr William Co Va
Br9-3 Judith Browne b 1677?/1682/3 in Westmoreland Co d there after 1798 before 1726.
m before 1698 William ROE I /Wroe of Westmoreland, probably in Westmoreland Co, Va. b about 1672 d in 1730. He m2 a Hannah, who is said to have been a MASON. We believe it possible that the Hannah MASON who William ROE married may have been Ann “Hannah” UNKNOWN, widow of John Combs of Richmond (c1662-1717)
-1 Original Wroe I b 29 Aug 1697 in Westmoreland Co Va d 30 May 1774 m1 Elener +5 ch m2 bef 1736 in VA Jane Lyne + 8 ch dau of Thomas Lyne and Elizabeth Sanford.
-2 William ROE II of Westmoreland was born before 1724
-3 Richard Wroe, d. date unknown.
-4 Mary Wroe, d. date unknown.
-5 Elizabeth Wroe, d. date unknown.
-6 Sarah Wroe, d. date unknown.
-7 Judith Wroe
-1-1 John Wroe, b April 21, 1721
-1-2 Jane Wroe, b. 19 Dec, 1723
-1-3 Elener Wroe, b 8 Dec 1726, d 8 Oct 1728.
-1-4 William Wroe, b 15 Sep 1729 d 1781, Westmoreland Co, VA.
-1-5 Reginald Wroe, b 19 Aug 1732
-1-6 Susanna Wroe b May 1, 1748, Westmoreland Co, VA, d 1833, Bourbon Co, KY bap 1790 Cooper's Run Baptist Church m 1768, Va, probably Prince William County or Westmoreland Co John Henry Edwards son of Hayden Edwards and Penelope Sanford (dau of Humphrey Sanford and Elizabeth Jones).
-1-7 Ellen Wroe, b March 12, 1734/35, d April 9, 1737.
-1-8 Richard Wroe, b April 3, 1738, d 18 Sep 1813.
-1-9 Judith Wroe, b 18 Nov 1740, Westmoreland Co VA, d April 1815.
-1-10 Elizabeth Wroe, b August 4, 1743,
-1-11 Thomas Wroe, b January 10, 1745/46
-1-12 xy Wroe
-1-13 xy Wroe
-1-6-1 George Edwards
-1-6-2 Jane Edwards
-1-6-3 Mary "Polly" Edwards
-1-6-4 Wroe Edwards
-1-6-5 Elizabeth Edwards, b Abt. 1769, d. 1824, Bourbon Co, KY.
-1-6-6 Hayden Edwards II b 12 Aug 1771, Stafford Co VA, d 14 Aug 1849, Nacodoches TX m on 9 Jun 1793 in Md, Susannah Beall dau of Charles Beall and Tabitha Beall.
-1-6-7 John Henry Edwards Jr b 19 Sep 1773 Stafford Co, VA, d October 4, 1852, Bourbon Co, KY.
-1-6-8 Benjamin W. Edwards, b Abt. 1775, Bourbon Co, KY, d. 1837, Mississippi.
-1-6-9 Amos Edwards, b Abt 1776, d. August 1834, Russelville, Logan Co KY.
-1-6-10 Susanna Edwards, b Abt 1778, d Bourbon Co, KY.
-1-6-11 Nancy Edwards, b Abt 1784, Fayette Co, KY
-1-6-12 Gustavus Erixon Edwards, b Abt 1786, Bourbon Co KY
-1-6-6-1 John Hubell Edwards, b. April 4, 1799, Kentucky, d. August 16, 1847, Santillo, Mexico.
-1-6-6-2 William H. Edwards, b. May 1, 1800, d. August 28, 1817, Louisiana.
-1-6-6-3 Asa Edwards, b. July 3, 1803, Kentucky, d. 1833, Nacogdoches, TX.
-1-6-6-4 Margaret Henry Edwards, b. January 1, 1805, Kentucky, d. February 7, 1840, Eldton, Todd Co, KY.
-1-6-6-5 Thomas Jefferson Edwards, b. September 27, 1806, d. 1808.
-1-6-6-6 James Madison Edwards, b. 1808, d. 1808.
-1-6-6-7 Elizabeth Turner Edwards b. May 10, 1809, Savannah, Chatham Co, GA, d 1896, Chillicothe, Oh m Herman Bozeman Mayo, son of Benjamin Mayo.
-1-6-6-8 Tabitha Beall Edwards, b. July 20, 1809, d. November 24, 1827, Nacogdoches, TX.
-1-6-6-9 Susan Wroe Edwards, b. 1811, d. December 11, 1891, Tyler, TX.
-1-6-6-10 Jane Beall Edwards b. February 12, 1812, VA, d bef May 20, 1891 m Juan Bernardo Benigno Davenport She m2 William Hart on 6 Apr 1842 in Nacogdoches, TX
-1-6-6-11 Hayden Harrison Edwards b 1812 Winchester, VA, d 27 Aug 1865 Cincinnati OH.
-1-6-6-12 George Washington Edwards b March 11, 1815, d. 1820.
-1-6-6-13 Joshua A. Edwards, b. March 11, 1815, VA, d. 1817
-1-6-6-7-1 Rizner Mayo, d. date unknown.
-1-6-6-7-2 Benjamin E. Mayo, b. 1832, OH, d. date unknown.
-1-6-6-7-3 Carter H. Mayo, b. 1834, OH, d. date unknown.
-1-6-6-7-4 Agnes Mayo, b. Abt. 1836, OH, d. date unknown.
-1-6-6-7-5 Archibald Mayo, b. June 11, 1838, Oxford, Butler County,Ohio, d. April 23, 1921.
-1-6-6-7-6 Elizabeth Mayo, b. 1841, Ohio, d. date unknown, 1900.
-1-6-6-7-7 Louisa Mayo, b. 1843, OH, d. date unknown.
-1-6-6-7-8 Susan Mayo, b. 1844, OH, d. date unknown.
-1-6-6-7-9 John Wesley Mayo b March 31, 1846, Oxford, Butler, OH d April 29, 1873, Nacogdoches, TX m Minerva Elmira Bratton on May 7, 1868 in Vinton, Ohio, daughter of Edward A. Bratton and Ruth Owens
-1-6-6-7-10 Herman Mayo, b. 1848, OH, d date unknown.
-1-6-6-7-11 Julia Mayo, b. 1850, OH, d. date unknown.
-1-6-6-7-12 Edward Mayo, b. Abt. 1853, Pennsylvania
-1-6-6-10-1 J. B. Davenport
Br9-4 Mary BROWN b 1682/83 in Westmoreland Co Va d after 1698 in Westmoreland Co Va/ OCT 1735 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co. she may have ?m1 John ANDERSON d testate 1721 in King George Co Va naming “brother in law” William BROWN as executor (son of Walter(?) ANDERSON I) d testate in 1721 in King George Co, Va, naming his “brother in law” William BROWN as executor John ANDERSON (& Mary BROWN? The birth dates for the 2 Anderson children seem much too late for this to have been her first marriage, so a different Mary Browne is likely to have been his wife.) or
m2 Jan 1700/1 Westmoreland Co Francis Triplett
b 1672 son of Francis Triplett b 1634 in London, England and Abigail Huse b 1640 in North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock Co
m3 1706 Overwharton Parish Stafford Co Hugh French b 1686 Essex Co Va son of Hugh French b ABT 1648 and Margaret Gaines b ABT 1655 in BristolEngl
?-1 Walter ANDERSON III of Westmoreland. b before 1721 d 1823 Abbeville SC ?m2 Tabitha Long +1 ch. m before 1729 Ann THORNTON d before 1762 dau of Thomas THORNTON and Susannah SMITH)
?-2 Sarah ANDERSON b before 1721.
-3 Mary Triplett b 1702 in Westmoreland Co m 1720 William Monroe b 1695 in Westmoreland Co
-4 Francis Triplett b 1704 in Westmoreland/Richmond Co d 22 NOV 1758 in Fairfax Co m 1724 Kg George Co Va Elizabeth Browne b 1700 in Hanover Parish, Richmond Co dau of Maxfield Browne b ABT 1675 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia and Sarah Newman b ABT 1679 in Westmoreland
-5 Daniel French b ABT 1706 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co d 16 May 1749 Fairfax Co m abt 1726 in Stafford Co Elizabeth x
-6 Mason French b BEF 1717 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co
-7 Hugh French b ABT 1718 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co d 15 May 1740 Stafford Co m abt 1738 in Stafford CoElizabeth Brittingham b ABT 1722
-8 Anne French b AFT 1722 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Cou
-9 Elizabeth French b BEF 1724 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co d aft 1750 m 22 Aug 1740 in Overwharton Parish James Waugh b ABT 1705 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford son of John Waugh b 1661 in Westmoreland Co grson of Rev. John Waugh b 1630 in Tyrone Ireland and Frances Meese b ABT 1638 (??see above, he m1 Christian Martin m2 Elizabeth Martin b about 1640 daus of John/?Theodore Martin and Christian Pettus) and Martha Mothershead b BEF 1670 in Stafford
-10 Margaret French b ABT 1728 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co
-1-1 Samuel Anderson b 1768 Delaware d 1847 Abbeville, SC m Jane T Swancey
-4-1 Thomas Triplett b ABT 1724 in Prince William Co d 12 Mar 1769 Loudon Co Va m1 aft 1744 Hannah Crump b 11 JUL 1723 in St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland Co m2 1747 in Fairfax Co Elizabeth Grymes b BEF 1731 in Prince William Co dau of William Grymes b ABT 1710 and Catherine x
-4-2 Francis Triplett b ABT 1728 in Fairfax Co d Jan 1794 Leeds Parish Fauquier Co m aft 1756 in Fairfax Co Va Benedictia Sinnott b BEF 1740 in Charles Co Md
-4-3 William Triplett b ABT 1730 in Prince William Co d 28 Jan 1784 Wilkes Co NC m 1758 in Loudon Co Va Eleanor Harbin b ABT 1742 in Prince William Co dau of William Harbin b 30 MAY 1718 in Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's Co, Md and Elizabeth Brawner b 30 NOV 1717 in King George Parish, Prince George's Co
-4-4 Daniel Triplett b BEF 1734 in Prince William Co d betw 1794 AND 1800 in Wilkes Co NC
-4-5 Margaret Triplett b ABT 1735 in Prince William Co m William Boyleston
-4-6 John Triplett b ABT 1738 in Prince William Co d 1 Oct 1802 Chester Co SC
-4-7 Elizabeth Triplett b 1738 in Stafford Co m John Brawner b ABT 1734 in Charles Co son of Edward Brawner b ABT 1703 in Charles Co, Md and Elizabeth Wheeler b 1706 in Charles Co
-4-8 Mason Triplett b 28 MAR 1745 in Prince William Co
-4-9 Patty 'Martha' Triplett b ABT 1746 in Prince William
-5-1 Elizabeth French b ABT 1726 in Westmoreland Co d aft 1750 m bef 1744 in Westmoreland Co y Sanford b ABT 1722 in Westmoreland Co
-7-1 Mason French b ABT 1738 in Stafford Co d aft 1755 Stafford Co
-7-2 Rachel French b ABT 1739 in Stafford
-1-1-1 Nancy Anderson b 1802 Abbeville, SC d 1860 m Isaac Agnew b 1802 SC d 1875 Eastland Tx
-4-3-1 Anne Triplett b 27 NOV 1774 in Fauquier Co d 14 Mar 1866 Mason Co Ky m 15 Sep 1796 in Mason Co Elias Hord b 9 MAR 1773 in Stafford Co Va son of Jesse Hord b 31 OCT 1749 in King George Co Va and Anthret Hord b ABT 1756 in King George Co
-5-1-1 Daniel Sanford b 1744 in Westmoreland Co d there 1824 m 1764 in Westmoreland Co Rebecca Brewer b BEF 1743 d bef 1816 in Fairfax Codau of Henry Brewer and Elizabeth Coleman
-1-1-1-1 Emma Elizabeth Agnew b 1846 d 1901 Rising Star TX m George Alley Smith
-4-3-1-1 Francis Triplett Hord b 19 SEP 1797 in Mason Co Ky
-4-3-1-2 Thornton Hord b 16 MAR 1799 in Mason Co
-4-3-1-3 Caroline Hord b AFT 1800 d Scott Co Ky m John Sinclair b AFT 1800 in Fauquier Co
-4-3-1-4 Anne Hord b AFT 1800
-4-3-1-5 Elizabeth Hord b AFT 1800
-4-3-1-6 Lewis Hord b AFT 1800
-4-3-1-7 Abner Hord b 10 JUN 1801
-5-1-1-1 Catherine Sanford b 1765 in Westmoreland Co d bef 1816 m 17 Dec 1787 in Fairfax Co John Follin b 5 SEP 1761 in Falls Church, Fairfax Co

-5-1-1-1-1 Thomas Follin b 20 SEP 1788 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-2 Matilda Follin b 8 NOV 1789 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-3 Elizabeth Follin b 27 DEC 1790 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-4 William Follin b 8 APR 1792 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-5 James Follin b 15 DEC 1794 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-6 Daniel Follin b 8 MAR 1796 in Fairfax Cou
-5-1-1-1-7 Edward Follin b 8 MAR 1796 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-8 Sanford Follin b 5 APR 1797 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-9 John Follin b 1798 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-10 Catherine Follin b 26 SEP 1800 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-11 Rebecca Follin b 1802 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-12 Anne Nancy Follin b 1803 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-13 Richard Follin b 2 MAR 1804 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-14 Sarah Follin b 1808 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-15 Brewer Follin b 15 FEB 1809 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-16 Madison Jefferson Follin b 15 FEB 1809 in Fairfax Co
-5-1-1-1-18 Charles Follin b 1810 in Fairfax Co
Br9-5 William BROWN. b about 1684 in Westmoreland Co, Va. d after Nov 1755 testified in 1755 about the Wickliffes' arrival in Virginia. -1 William BROWN b before 1725.
-2 Walter BROWN b before 1725.
m3? Jane BROOKE Higdon Brown may have married a third time, between 1698 and 1702, to James CAMPBELL who died testate in 1702 in Westmoreland Co, Virginia, his will dated 20 Nov 1702, proved 30 Dec 1702, with bequests to John HIGDON’S sons, Original, Daniel and John, one heifer each “when 20 years of age;” to Nathaniel POPE’S two children, Mary and William, late of Richmond county when 21 years of age two cows and calves; to Elizabeth HIGGINS’ two sons 5 shillings each; to Mary TRIPLETT 10 shillings; to Original ROE 2 years schooling; wife Jane exx. and estate not willed [sic. Appraised?]. (Westmoreland Co, VA Wills, 1654-1800, Augusta B. Fothergill, Appeals Press, 1925; SHP reprint, Easley, SC, 1982; Genealogies of Virginia Families, The Foxhall-Vaux-Elliott Families, Vol. III, p. 117)

Elizabeth HIGGINS has not yet been identified, but John HIGDON’S sons, Nathaniel POPE’S children, and Original ROE were all grandchildren of Jane BROOKE Higdon Browne; thus a third marriage appears quite possible (not researched).

The husbands of Jane’s daughters, Jane POPE and Judith ROE, are documented by a Richmond Co VA deed dated 02 Feb 1702/3 and recorded 4 days later, when Nathaniel POPE of Westmoreland County, “prectioner & Law,” deeded to William WROE and Judeth his wife, “for divers good causes and considerations me hereunto moveing but more especially for and in consideration of the Love I beare unto William ROE and Judeth his Wife and theirs Children… Land scituate and being in the County of Richmond part of the Devident of Land I formerly lived on now in the occupation of Walter ANDERSON, begining in the line next to Pottomack att a marked Hickory standing close by the Path that goes by the burnt Poplar Stump and standing close by the said Poplar Stump and running along the said path about one hundred and fifty yards to a small valley called the Dogwood Valley and so downe the said Valley and the meanders thereof to the uttmost extent of the said land by estimation one hundred and fivety acres be the same more or less, I say that part of the said Land next and adjoyning to the land formerly belonging to William WHEELER now in the occupation and tenure of John PITTMAN…to the said William ROE and Judith his Wife for and dureing their naturall life and after their decease to their Son, Originole ROE and the heires of his body lawfully begotten forever…” /s/ Nath: POPE. Wits: Robt. PAYNE. Jonas (mark) SCOTT. Jane POPE relinquished dower on 2 Feb 1702/3, same witnesses. (Richmond Co Va DB 3:206-208, Deed Abstracts of Richmond County, Virginia, 1701-1704, Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Antient Press, McLean, VA)

The above Walter ANDERSON was the brother of John ANDERSON, named co-executor of the 1716 Richmond Co VA will of John Combs who named his wife, Hannah (MASON?) Combs, the other co-executor. (Richmond DB3:300). When John ANDERSON d in 1720 in King George Co VA, his will included his named brothers, Walter ANDERSON and William BROWN. It is not yet known how William BROWN and John ANDERSON were brothers - whether step-brothers, half-brothers, or (most likely) brothers-in-law. John ANDERSON named William BROWN, said to have been the same who was son of Original & Jane BROOKS Brown, executor of his will; thus William BROWN came into control of Combs’ property held by John ANDERSON (King George Court Order Book 1:26) (See more re John & Hannah (MASON?) Combs below)

Br10-3? y Brooks b about 1650 Westmoreland Co Va
m x
-1 Elizabeth Brooks b 1696 Bull Run Farm Frederick Va d there 1735
m Daniel Crum b 1 Sep 1680 Kilmonarch Scotland d 8 Se 1724 Goochland Co Va
-1-1 Philip Daniel Crume b 9 Aug 1724 Bull Run Farm d 20 Apr 1801 Bardstown Nelson Co KY
m Sarah Margaret Withers b 17 Aug 1728 Shenandoah Frederick VA d 9 Feb 1787 Crooked Creek Frederick VA dau of Ralph Withers b 1 Sep 1680 Frederick VA d there 2 Feb 1790 and Margaret Patience x
-1-1-1 Sarah Crume b 11 Mar 1771 Shenandoah d Apr 1830 Nelson Co Ky m George Marks son of George Marks and Susannah Crocke -1-1-1-1 Susannah Marks b 1789 Nelson Co Ky d there 8 Feb 1859 m Henry Miller b 15 Jan 1766 Harrison City Allegheny Co PA d 12 Mar Nelson Co Ky son of Hans Jacob Miller b 1726 Bavaria d 30 Mar 1782 Washington Co Pa -1-1-1-1-1 George M Miller b 1811 Nelson Co Ky d there Aug 1889 m Rhoda Weathers b 13 Jan 1825 Nelson Co d there 7 Jun 1883 dau of James Weathers/Withers and Margaret Foster dau of John Foster and Dorcas Grigsby -1-1-1-1-1-1 Mary Belle Miller b 1858 Nelson Co Ky d there 29 may 1918 m James Harrison Ball b 18 Nov 1845 son of George Ball and Harriett Ballard ancestors of Joseph L Ball, author's DNA matcha/a>
Br10-4? Of no established relation to the above and reported by France Kaye Grimes grimes@memphisonline.com was:
y Brooks b c 1690
-1 William Brooks b about 1720 d by 1767 will was proven 10 Jan 1767 Hamilton Parish, Fauquier Co Va
m Ann x.
-1-1 Thomas Brooks b about 1740
-1-2 William Brooks b 3 Feb 1752 in Fauquier Co d 1841 Thompson Valley Tazewell Co VA served in the American Revolution pension is on filed at the National Archives in Washington, DC (R 1259, Va Microfilm Seried M-804, Roll No. 355) entered the service in Oct 1778 while a citizen of Culpeper Co Va.drafted a second time in Feb. 1781 while a resident of Botetourt Co Va. He was in the battles of Alamance and Whiteall's Mills. He applied for a pension 25 Sep 1832 while a resident of Tazewell Co., Va. He was eighty one years old. In August 1834, Nancy Brooks, widow of William Brooks, applied for a pension at the age of ninty four. According to a newspaper article by Charles F Brooks in about 1977, William, his wife and six or seven children left the North Fork of the Roanoke River in Botetourt Co, traveling on pack horses in Indian infested wilderness, arriving in Thompson Valley, Tazewell Co., Va in about 1782. William lived the rest of his life there, and maintained a hig civic standing in the community. William died 24 Jan 1841 in Tazewell Co. On Tuesday, May 10 about 1977 the Fort Maiden Spring Chapters of Daughters of the American Revolution conducted a dedication service in which a headstone was placed at the grave of William Brooks. Taps sounded across the green hill in Thompson Vally where thirty or more of William Brooks decendants were gathered. It was recognition well deserved by one of our forefathers who helped preserve a great nation. m Nancy Ann Locke b 4 Dec 1749 in Fauquier Co dau of Richard Locke and Winifred West b c 1725.
-1-3 Sarah Brooks b about 1754
-1-4 Hannah Brooks b about 1756
-1-5 Dauchers Brooks b about 1758
-1-6 Mary Brooks b about 1760
-1-7 Ann Brooks b about 1762
-1-8 Elizabeth Brooks

-1-2-1 John Brooks b 11 June 1770
-1-2-2 Richard Locke Brooks b 12 Feb 1774 m Margaret McClancy
-1-2-3 Thomas Brooks b 22 Jan 1776
-1-2-4 James Brooks b 24 Mar 1788
-1-2-5 Margaret Brooks b 7 Apr 1772
-1-2-6 Polly Brooks b 22 Jan 1778
-1-2-7 Nancy Brooks b 20 Dec 1780
-1-2-8 William Brooks b 7 Apr 1782
-1-2-8 Sarah Brooks b 10 Mar 1783
-1-2-9 Elizabeth Brooks b 13 Feb 1785
-1-2-10 Mary Brooks b 19 Jul 1789
-1-2-11 Levicy Brooks b 2 Sep 1791

-1-2-2-1 Mary Brooks b1805 Va d c 1880 Logan Co WV m Rev James Bias b 1786 Montgomery Co Va d Putnam Va son of Obediah Bias Sr

-1-2-2-1-1 Sarah Bias b1824 VA m James Nelson son of Jesse Nelson and Mary

-1-2-2-1-1-1 Catherine Nelson m Floyd S Ellis
-1-2-2-1-1-1-1 Joseph Lightburn Ellis b 1 Feb 1869 Low Gap Boone Co WV Ancestor of Teresa Ellis, author's DNA match

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