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Foote of Virginia, Newton of Virginia, Berryman of Virginia, Tucker of Virginia


Fo7 Bahethelind/Behethalon/Behetheland/Beheathland Foote was the daughter of George Foote and Frances Berryman
Born:
Married: Ensign Benjamin Pope on 11 Dec 1766 in Fauquier Co. Virginia

Died:

She was evidently named after her great aunt on he mother's side, which is still a name worthy of further explanation.

Children:
Po6 Worden Pope (1776-1838)
Po6-2 William Pope had at least two sons, Senator John Pope Po6-2-1 and Nathaniel Pope Po6-2-2
and others - to be recorded later.
?Po6 =Po7 Thomas Pope

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The marriage bonds for Fauquier Co. reveal that Bahetelind probably had a number of siblings and/or cousins in the same Co so the family must have been seated there from about 1720 on or earlier
August 26, 1763, Wm. Foote and Elizabeth Foote .
April 9, 1764, Benj. Tyler and Mary Foote
April 2, 1764, Francis Moore and Frances Foote
As no more marriages are recorded for Foote or Pope after 1766 it is assumed that all branches of the family left in the first wave of Western mi
Sources:
Johnson' s History of Louisville.
Abridged Compendium of Genealogy.
Westmoreland County Records.
Unpublished fmnily records of R.C. Thruston.
Original manuscript payroll of Captain George Patten's Company of Militia of the County of Jefferson at Virginia State Library.
Also, Illinois Papers D.940.
William and Mary Quarterly, Volume 12, page 192.



http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/tangledwoods/page120.html
from http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~genealogyjunction/Foote.html
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ysearch.org/B25ZY See also Burk's Commoners, I, p 372.
The Foote Genealogy published at http://www.jstor.org/pss/4242226
Fo14. John Foote b 1523 in Royston Hertsfordshire near Colchester d 1558 in Royston Hertsfordshire
m Helen Ellen Warren b c 1529 dau of->
+1 Richard Warren b 1501 in Bassingbourn Cambridgeshire d 1557 in Bassingbourn
m Alice Jenawaye
Fo13-1 Alice Foote b c 1549 in Royston Hertfordshire d c 1570 in Royston, Hertfordshire
Fo13-2 Elizabeth Foote, b c 1551 in Royston, Hertfordshire d in Royston, Hertfordshire,
Fo13-4 John Foote, b abt. 1555 in Royston, Cambridgeshire d Nov 1616 in London
m 11 May 1581 Margaret Brooke b 1560. dau of John Brooke b
+1 John Brooke b 1525 in Bletchi, Surry d 30 Jun 1599 in St. Leonard's East Cheap, London,
m 8 May 1554 St. Leonards Parish, London Elizabeth Water Whatman dau of Edward Whetman, b in England and Bridget Kellond
-1 Samuel Foote citizen and grocer of London
-2 Sir Thomas Foote Lord Mayor of London m Elizabeth x wid of Augustine Boddicott

-2-1 Mary Foote m Sir Arthur Onslow d 1688
-2-2 PRISCILLA Foote m 1654 to Francis Rolle, son of Lord Chief Justice Henry Rolle.
-2-3 ELIZABETH Foote m Sir John Cutler, citizen and grocer of London,
-2-4 Sarah Foote m Sir John Lewis d 1761. Master of the Ironmongers Co., 1657. His sister Isabella Lewis m Nathaniel Newdi- gate, formerly of Boston, N. E., and her son Nathaniel settled in Rhode Island. See Waters' "Gleanings," Vol. II. She m2 Denzil Onslow, brother of Sir Arthur.

-2-1-1 RICHARD ONSLOW, first Baron Onslow; b. 1654; speaker of the House of Commons ; lord of the Treasury ; chancellor ; m. Elizabeth Tulse dau. of Sir Henry Tulse.
-2-1-1-1 THOMAS, Lord Onslow.
-2-1-1-2 ARTHUR ONSLOW, speaker of the House of Commons.
-2-1-2 MARY ONSLOW, wife of Sir Robert Reeve.
-2-1-3 CATHERINE, wife of Sir William Clarke.
-2-1-4 ELIZABETH ONSLOW.
-2-1-5 HENRY ONSLOW.
-2-1-6 ARTHUR ONSLOW.
-2-1-7 FOOTE ONSLOW, commissioner of excise
-2-4-1 Elizabeth Lewis m Theophilus Hastings Earl of Huntingdon
-2-4-2 Mary Lewis m Robert Leak Earl of Scarsdale
?Fo13-6 possibly of this branch and family was:
Priscilly Foote, b abt. 1555 in Shalford Essex
m Robert Clemens b 16 Nov 1544 Tunbridge Kent
-1 Williams Clements b 1640 Stamford Fairfield CT d there 1702 m Elizabeth x -1-1 Sarah Clements b about 1686 Stamford d 17 Apr 1747 m Zahchariah Dibble -1-1-1 Ebeneezer Dibble b 19 Jul 1706 m Joanna Bates -1-1-1-1 David Dibble b 1740 ancestor of James Lawton Wandell, author's DNA match
Fo13 Robert Foote b c 1553 in Shalford d Feb 1606/7 in Shalford, England
m 18 Jun 1576 in St. Leonard's East Cheap London Joane Brooke b Abt. 11 May 1555 in St. Leonard's East Cheap, London d Aft. 1608 in Shalford, England dau of
+1 John Brooke b 1525 in Bletchi, Surry d 30 Jun 1599 in St. Leonard's East Cheap, London,
m 8 May 1554 St. Leonards Parish, London Elizabeth Water/Whatman/Whetman dau of Edward Whetman and Bridget Kellond
-b William Brooke b 1556
-c John Brooke b 1557
-d Susan Brooke b 1559
-e Margaret Brooke b 1560 m 11 May 1581 John Foote of London b c 1555 son of Robert Foote of Royston
-f Elizabeth Brooke b 1562
-g John Brooke b 1563
-h Mary Brooke b 1564
-i Robert Brooke b 1566
-j Katherine Brooke b 1569
-k Thomas Booke of London b 1569 haberdasher will 1625
-l Sara Brooke b 1570
Fo12 Robert Foote b c 1577 in Shalford, Essex d 17 Aug 1646 in Colchester, Essex continued below
Fo12-2 Mary Foote, b 1584 in Shalford, Essex d in Shalford, Essex
m John Hewes of Royston.
-1 Jonathan Hewes
-2 Joshua Hewes of Roxbury MA d 1676 Boston Maancestor of the Hughes family in America
-3 Elizabeth Hewes m Ralph Hemenway of Roxbury Ma
-4 Phebe Hewes m Richard Gorde of Roxbury
-5 Mary Hewes
-6 Hester Hewes
-7 Sarah Hewes
-8 Lydia Hewes
-9 Anna Hewes
Fo12-3 Elizabeth Foote, b c 1585 in Shalford, Essex, England.
Fo12-4 David Foote, b 1587 in Shalford, Essex d in Colchester, Essex, England.
Fo12-5 James Foote, b 1587 in Shalford, Essex, England; d in Colchester, Essex, England.
Fo12-6 Daniel Foote, b 1590 in Shalford, Essex, England; d in Colchester, Essex, England.
Fo12-7 Joseph Foote b 1591 in Shalford, Essex, England d Sep 1639 in Colchester, Essex, England.
Fo12-8 Nathaniel Foote b c 1593 in Shalford, Essex, England d Abt. 20 Dec 1644 in Wetherfield, Hartfort, CT
m Elizabeth Demming b c 1615 in England dau of Jonathan Demming and Elizabeth Gilbert she m2 2 Mar 1645/6 Gov Thomas Welles b 1590 d 1659
Fo12-8-1 Elizabeth Foote b c 1617 St. James, Shalford, England d 8 Sep 1700 in Wethg
m Jossiah Churchill d 1 Jan 1685/86 in Wetherfield, Hartfort, CT
-1 Hannah Churchill b 1 Nov 1644 Wethersfield d c 1689 m 9 Jan 1667 Samuel Royce son of Robert Royce and Mary Sims Wallingford CT -1-1 Robert Royce b 21 Jan 1669 m Mary Porter b 1677 dau of Nathaniel Porter and Elizabeth Grovis
-1-2 JOSIAH ROYCE b Feb. 14, 1670 m Elizabeth Parker, Dec. 12, 1695.
-1-3 SAMUEL ROYCE b 1672 m Hannah Benedict Mar 24, 1693.
-1-4 ABIGAIL ROYCE b July 26, 1680 m John Austin.
-1-5 DEBORAH ROYCE b 9 Sep 1683 m Thomas Mix.
-1-6 ISAAC ROYCE, b. Mar. 10, 1688 m Mary Benedict
Fo12-8-2 Nathaniel Foote b c 1619 in St. James Shalford England d 1655 in Wetherfield Hartfort CT m 1646 Elizabeth Smith b 1627 in Hadleigh Suffolk Engl dau of SAMUEL SMITH and ELIZABETH CHILEAB she m2 William Gull
Fo12-8-2-1 NATHANIEL FOOTE III b Jan 10, 1646/47, Wethersfield, Hartford Co Ct d Jan 12, 1702/03, Wethersfield, Hartford Co CT
m MARGARET BLISS May 2, 1672, Springfield, Ma dau of Nathaniel Bliss b 1621/2 Rodborough Eng d Springfield MA and Catherine Chapin b 1625/6 Berry Pomeroy Eng d 1711/2 Springfield MA
-1-1 Mary Foote b 24 Nov 1679 Wethersfield, Hartford, Ct
-1-2 Nathaniel Foote IV b 9 Sep 1682 Wethersfield CT d 20 Aug 1774 Colchester CT m 4 Jul 1711 Ann Clark
-1-3 Ephraim Foote b 13 Feb 1685 Wethersfield, Hartford, Ct d 10 Jun 1765 Colchester, New London, Ct
Fo12-8-2-2 SAMUEL FOOTE b May 1, 1649 d Sep 7, 1689
m MARY MERRICK b 1651 Hatfield, Hampshire, Ma d 3 Oct 1690 Hatfield
-1 Nathaniel Foote b 1672 Hatfield, Hampshire, Ma
-2 Mary Foote b 9 Jul 1674 Hatfield
-3 Samuel Foote b c 1676 Hatfield d 29 Feb 1704
-4 Mary Foote b 25 Feb 1682 Hatfield, d 8 Feb 1752
-5 Sarah Foote b 26 Feb 1683 Hatfield
-6 Eleazor Foote b 5 Sep 1684 Hatfield, Hampshire, Ma d 17 Nov 1758
-7 Thomas Foote b 24 Nov 1686 Hatfield, Hampshire, Ma d 1766
-8 Daniel Foote b 6 Feb 1689/90 Hatfield, Hampshire, Ma d 15 Jul 1740 at: Simsbury, Hartford, CT

-2-1 Charles Foote
-2-2 Elizabeth Foote
-2-3 Hannah Foote
-2-4 Israel Foote
-2-5 Nathaniel Foote
-2-6 Anna Foote b 25 Aug 1715 Colchester CT d there 22 Jun 1760 m Isaac Day
-2-7 Daniel Foote b c 6 Feb 1717 Colchester m Margaret Parsons
-2-8 Asa Foote b 4 May 1726 Colchester d 11 May 1799 m Jerusha Carter

-2-6-1 Ann Day b 7 Nov 1742 d 3 Jun 1814 Colchester m Joseph Skinner
-2-6-2 Mary Day b 27 Jun 1744 Colchester m after 30 Nov 1766 David Otis
-2-6-3 Daniel Day b 1746
-2-6-4 John Day b 1748
-2-6-5 Issac Day b 15 Nov 1750 Colchester d 1 May 1815 Sumner Co TN m Jean Oakley
-2-6-6 Jacob Day b 1753
-2-6-7 Hannah Day b 26 Aug 1756 Colchester
-2-7-1 Eli Foote b c 1745 m Roxanna Ward
-2-7-2 Martha Foote b 27 Jan 1751 d 20 Jun 1797 m 8 Dec 1768 Colchester John Barney b Norwich CT son of John Barney and Sarah Luther
-2-8-1 Asa Foote b 1 May 1753 Hartford CT m Lucy Dellogg
-2-8-2 Roger Foote b 9 Jun 1765 Marlborough CT m Eunice Buckley

-2-6-1-1 Dolly Skinner
-2-6-1-2 Lois Skinner
-2-6-1-3 Ann Skinner b 7 Oct 1763 Hebron
-2-6-1-4 Issac Skinner b 7 Dec 1764 Hebron
-2-6-1-5 Joseph Skinner b 21 Sep 1768 Hebron d 16 Apr 1854 Norwich chenang NY m Camilla ?Skinner
-2-6-1-6 Hannah Day Skinner b 24 Jan 1776 Hebron
-2-6-1-7 Dorothy Skinner b 4 Sep 1777 Hebron
-2-6-1-8 Justin Skinner b 14 Apr 1779 Hebron
-2-6-1-9 Betsey Skinner b 5 Jan 1781 Hebron CT
-2-6-1-10 Elizabeth Skinner b 5 Jan 1781 Hebron CT m y Williams
-2-6-2-1 Lovina Otisb 29 Jul 1767 Richmond MA m y Durkee
-2-6-2-2 Isaac Otis b 19 Sep 1768 Richmond MA
-2-6-2-3 David Otis b 6 May 1770 Bershire MA d Sep 1856 Aurora Kane IL m Melana Smith
-2-6-2-4 Perez Otis b 16 Mar 1773 Richmond MA d 19 Jan 1851 Galwway Saratoga NY m Deborah Gillett
-2-6-2-5 Mary Ann Otis b 5 Nov 1774 Richmond d 13 Oct 1844 Ann Arbor MI m Kellogg
-2-6-2-6 Jacob Day Otis b 21 Aug 1777 New Canaan Fairfield CT d 6 Jul 1839 Truxton Cortland NY m Annis Austin
-2-6-2-7 Achsah Otis b 12 Jan 1780 m Fillmore
-2-6-5-1 Jesse B Day d c 1842 Wayne Co m1 Mary Walls m2 Catherine Shick m3 Malinda/Emaline
-2-7-1-1 Roxanna Foote b 1775 m 19 Sep 1799 Lyman Beecher
-2-8-1-1 Lucy Foote b c Jun 1780 Colchester m Aaron Porter
-2-8-2-1 Ezra Foote b 30 Oct 1792 Colchester d 29 Jul 1793
-2-8-2-2 Eunice Foote b 12 Mar 1791 d c 1861
-2-8-2-3 Ezra Foote b 7 Jan 1795 d 1865
-2-8-2-4 Dolly O. Foote b 3 Mar 1797 Colchester d 9 Aug 1886 Geneseo Livinston Co NY m David Shepard
-2-8-2-5 Horace Foote b 21 Mar 1799 Colchester d 1869
-2-8-2-6 Amelia Foote b 15 Jul 1801 d 1871 m Ralph C Foote b 11 Aug 1793
-2-8-2-7 Carter Foote b 19 Jun 1804 d 1874
-2-8-2-8 Caroline Foote b 7 Sep 1806 m 31 Dec 1829 Luke Risley
-2-8-2-9 David Foote Caroline E Taylor
-2-8-2-10 Marina Foote b 16 Jan 1812 d 16 Apr 1812
-2-8-2-11 Linus Foote b 12 Jul 1813 d 1883
-2-8-2-12 Charles Foote b 1 Jul 1817 d 1887 ?= Charles B Foote m Sarah Ewing Hall b 2 Oct 1814 dau of James Hall b Philadelphia m 2 Feb 1823 KY Mary Harrison POSEY b 22 Jan 1799 Lexington VA d 17 Aug 1832 IL

-2-7-1-1-1 Harriet E. Beecher b 14 Jun 1811 Litchfield CT m Calvin E Stowe
-2-7-1-1-2 Henry W. Beecher b 1813
-2-7-1-1-3 Isabella Beecher b 1822 d 1907 m John Hooker
-2-8-2-6-1 Horace Foote Nov
-2-8-2-6-2 Jane E. Foote
-2-8-2-6-3 Eunice A. Foote
-2-8-2-6-4 Sarah L. Foote
-2-8-2-6-5 Ralph C. Foote
-2-8-2-6-6 Caroline R. Foote
-2-8-2-6-7 Mary E. Foote
-2-8-2-9-1 Edward Foote
-2-8-2-9-2 Sarah E Foote b 26 Jun 1838 d 21 Dec 1908 m y Birge
Fo12-8-2-3 DANIEL FOOTE b 1652 d 1687
m1 SARAH x + 5 ch
m2 MARY x b c 1652
m3 Abigail Allen Sheperd + 3 ch m4 Elizabeth x wid of Daniel Belden
-1 John Foote b 17 Jan 1680 Stratford, Ct
-2 Daniel Foote b 10 Jan 1681/1682 Stratford Twp, Frfl. Co., Ct
-3 Hannah Foote b 13 Feb 1683/1684
-4 Jehul Foote b 17 Mar 1685/1686
-5 Peter Foote b 1687 d 1753
-6 Sarah Foote b 6 Sep 1723
-7 George Foote b 26 Mar 1725
-8 Dorothy Dority Foote b 21 Mar 1729
Fo12-8-2-4 ELIZABETH FOOTE b 1654 slain by indians 16 Sep 1696 Deerfield, Hampshire Co Ma m 10 Nov 1670 DANIEL BELDEN -1 William Belding b 26 Dec 167 Hartford, Hartford, Ct m Margaret Armes
-2 Richard Belding b 1672 Hartford, Hartford, Ct
-3 Elizabeth Belding b 8 Oct 1673 Hartford, Hartford, Ct m Ebenezer Burt Brooks
-4 Nathaniel Belding b 26 Jun 1675 Hartford, Hartford, Ct d 21 Aug 1714
-5 Mary Belding b 17 Nov 1677 Hartford, Hartford, Ct m 19 Apr 1698 James Trowbridge
-6 Daniel Belding b 1 Sep 1680 Hartford, Hartford, Ct d 16 Sep 1696
-7 Sarah Belding b 15 Mar 1682 Hartford, Hartford, Ct m 16 Dec 1702 Benjamin Burt
-8 Hester Belding b 29 Sep 1683 Hartford, Hartford, Ct m 28 Jul 1703 Stratford, Fairfield, Ct Ephraim Clark
-9 Abigail Belding b 10 Mar 1686 Hartford, Hartford, Ct d 25 Jun 1686
-10 Samuel Belding b 10 Apr 1687 Hatfield, Hampshire, Ma m 26 Feb 1724 m1 Anna Thomas m2 Elizabeth Ingraham
-11 John Belding b 24 Jun 1689 Deerfield, Franklin, Ma d 25 Jun 1689
-12 Abigail Belding b 18 Aug 1690 Deerfield, Franklin, Ma
-13 John Belding b 28 Feb 1693 Deerfield, Franklin, Ma d 16 Sep 1696
-14 Thankful Belding b 21 Dec 1695 Deerfield, Franklin, Ma d 16 Sep 1696
Fo12-8-3 Mary Foote b c 1623 in England d 31 Jul 1721 in Norwich, CT m 1642 John Stoddrad b c 1620 m2 4 Apr 1674 John Goodrich m3 1683 Thomas Tracy b 1623 d No 1685. -3-1 Mary Stoddard b 12 March 1643-23 d August 1683
-3-2 John Stoddard b 12 Apr 1646 d 4 Dec 1703
-3-3 Joshua Stoddard b 12 Sept 1648 d 1725
-3-4 Elizabeth Stoodard b July 1656
-3-5 Nathaniel Stoddard b March 1661 d 9 Feb 1714
Fo12-8-4 Lt Robert Foote b Abt. 1627 in England d 1681 Wallingford or Branford CT m 6 Auf 1656 Sarah Potter b c 1635. -1 NATHANIEL FOOTE
-2 NATHANIEL FOOTE b 13 Apr 1660 d 1709
-3 SARAH FOOTE b 12 Feb 1662
-4 ELIZABETH FOOTE b 6 Mar 1664 d 1730
-5 JOSEPH FOOTE b 6 Mar 1665/6 d 1750/1
-6 SAMUEL FOOTE b 14 May 1668 d 1669
-7 JOHN FOOTE b 24 Jul 1670
-8 STEPHEN FOOTE b 14 Dec 1672
-9 ISAAC FOOTE b 14 Dec 1672
Fo12-8-5 Frances Foote b 1629 Ipswich Suffolk d 3 Feb 1679 Hatfield Hampshire MA m1 1648 Sgt John Dickenson b 1629 d 1676 m2 2 Oct 1677 Francis Barnard b c 1617 d 3 Feb 1698 m3 Philip Smith. -1 HANNAH DICKINSON b 6 Dec 1648 d after 1705
-2 MARY DICKINSON b 1650 d 16 Mar 1707/8
-3 JOHN DICKINSON b 1652 d 1694
-4 JONATHAN DICKINSON b 1654 d by 1678
-5 SARAH DICKINSON b 1656 d 11 Feb 1731/2 m1 MARTIN KELLOGG m2 SAMUEL LANE.
-6 ELIZABETH DICKINSON b 1660 d by 1678
-7 ABIGAIL DICKINSON b 1662 d 1714 m THOMAS CRAFTS 1683
-8 MEHITABLE DICKINSON b 1666
-9 REBECCA DICKINSON b 1658 d Feb 16, 1730/31 Hadley, Hampshire Co Ma m JOSEPH SMITH.
-10 MERCY DICKINSON b 1664/?7 d June 30, 1735 m June 8, 1688, Hadley, Hampshire Co Ma JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN b 1665 Plymouth MA d 1752 Colchester New London CT son of William Chamberlain d 1678 and Sarah Jones soldier at Hadley in Philip's War; settled in Hatfield, but removed to Colchester Ct kept a tavern. The general court of CT allowed him in March, 1712, "1Pound 13s, for entertaining the French Embassadors in their journey to and from New London, in March, 1711." In 1714, he presented another bill of 14s. 5d., "for Lt. Crocker's expenses, 1712." d Aug7, 1752
-10-1 WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN, b. 1689 m 1711 Sara Day b 1691 Springfield MA d Colchester
-10-1-1 WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN, b 1712 m1 Lydia Treadway
-10-1-2 Peleg Chamberlain b 1713 m Experience Bartlett

-10-1-1-1 Peleg Chamberlainn b 1736 d 1808m Abigail Swift
-10-1-1-2 Amasa Chamberlain b 1748 m 1772 to Molly Brisco b. 1757; d. 1822

-10-1-1-1-1 Leander Chamberlain b 1766 m 1788 Mercy Berry dau of Ebenezer Berry
-10-1-1-1-2 Rocksilana Chamberlain.
-10-1-1-1-3 Jirah Chamberlain.
-10-1-1-1-4 Swift Chamberlain.
-10-1-1-1-5 Lorany Chamberlain.
-10-1-1-1-6 Hannah Chamberlain.
-10-1-1-1-7 Abigail Chamberlain
-10-1-1-2-1 Warren Chamberlain, b. 1779 m 17?99 Polly Phelps b 1788 d 1832

-10-1-1-1-1-1 Jehiel Chamberlain, b 6 Apr 1790 m Luray Grinnell.
-10-1-1-1-1-2 Harmon Chamberlain; b 13 Jan 1792.
-10-1-1-1-1-3 Abigail Chamberlain; b 24 Jan 1794.
-10-1-1-1-1-4 Marcia Chamberlain; b 31 May 1796.
-10-1-1-1-1-5 Betsy Chamberlain; b 31 May 1798.
-10-1-1-1-1-6 Cassedana Chamberlain; b 20 Feb 1800.
-10-1-1-1-1-7 Jirah Chamberlain; b Jan 1802; died 1808.
-10-1-1-1-1-8 Leander Chamberlain; b 16 Apr 1804.
-10-1-1-1-1-9 Samantha Chamberlain; b 10 Aug 1806.
-10-1-1-1-1-10 Swift Chamberlain; b 1809 d 1809
-10-1-1-2-1-1 Jason Chamberlain b 1810 m 1831 to Sarah Holmes.
-10-1-1-2-1-1-1 Mary Chamberlain b 1832 m 5 Aug 1841 Farmington CT1849 to Capt. George Womack
-10-1-1-2-1-1-1-1 Sarah Womack m 1870 to William Armstrong.
-10-1-1-2-1-1-1-1-1 Elizabeth Armstrong, m Eugene H. Ray, Louisville, Ky
Fo12-8-6 Sarah Foote b c 1632 in England d 1673 Stratford CT
m Jeremiah Judson 1652.
Fo12-8-7 Rebecca Foote b 3 Sep 1634 in Hadley, Hampshire Co MA d 6 Apr 1701 in Hadley, Hampshire Co MA
m1 c 1657 in Wethersfield Lt Phillip Smith bap 30 Apr 1633 Hadleigh Suffolk d 10 Jan 1684/5 Hartfort, CT son of Samuel Smith b 1602 d 1690 Hadley MA and Elizabeth Chiliab
m2 2 Oct 1688 Maj Aaron Cook
-1 Samuel Smith, b Jan 1657/58 in Hadley, Hampshire Ma d 28 Aug 1707 in East Hartfort CT m Mary Church 16 Nov 1682 in Hadley, Hampshire, Ma b 1664 d 18 Jun 1700
-2 Deacon John Smith b 18 Dec 1661 in Hadley, Hampshire Co Ma d 16 Apr 1727 in Hadley, Hampshire Co Ma m Joanna Kellogg 29 Nov 1683 in Hadley 8 Dec 1664 in Hadley, Hampshire Co d Aft. 1727 dau of Lt. Joseph Kellogg and Joanna.
-3 Jonathan Smith b 1663 in Hadley Hampshire Ma d Oct 1737 m 14 Nov 1688 Abigail Kellogg b 09 Oct 1671 in Hadley, MA
-4 Phillip Smith b 1665 in Hadley Hampshire, Mad 25 Jan 1724/25 in East Hartfort CT m 9 Jul 1687 in Springfield Hampton Mary Bliss b 1670; died 23 Dec 1707 in East Hartfort, CT
-5 Rebecca Smith b 1668 in Hadley Hampshire Ma 07 Oct 1728 in Wetherfield Hartfort, CT m George Stillman 1686 in Hadley, Hampshire, Ma b Abt. 1654 d 17 Nov 1728 in Wetherfield, Hartfort, CT
-6 Nathaniel Smith b 02 Jan 1670/71 in Hadley, Hampshire, MA d c 1740 in Hatfield Ma m 6 Feb 1695/96 in Hadley Mary Dickenson b 02 Feb 1672/73 in Hadley, Hampshire, MA d 16 Aug 1718.
-7 Joseph Smith b 1674 in Hadley, Hampshire, MA d 08 Sep 1736 in Upper Middletown, Ct m Esther Parsons 15 Sep 1697 b 24 Dec 1672 d 30 May 1760.
-8 Ichabod Smith b 11 Apr 1675 in Hadley Hampshire MA d 6 Sep 1746 in Hadley Hampshire, MA m Elizabeth Cook 19 Jul 1698 in hadley, Hampshire, MA b 09 Jan 1676/77 d 10 Oct 1751

-2-1 Deacon John Smith, b 3 Dec 1684 in Hadley d 25 Dec 1771 in Hadley m?1 4 Dec 1711 in Enfield, CT Esther Colton dau of Ephriam Colton and Esther Marshfield m?2 Jun 1701 Mary Church
-2-2 Joanna Smith b 1 Sep 1686 in Hadley m 10 Jan 1704/5 Ephraim Nash b 16 Jan 1681/2 Hadley hampshir MA d there 9 Nov 1759 in South Hadley son of Timothy Nash and Rebekah/Rebecca Stone (from shirley Wilcoxson's and Roger Cunningham's tree)
-2-3 Rebecca Smith b 5 Aug 1688 in Hadley d 26 Feb 1714/15 m Samuel Crow 11 Jan 1709/10 b 11 Feb 1674/75 in Hadley d 13 Feb 1761.
-2-4 Joseph Smith b 19 Jul 1690 in Hadley m Rebecca Smith Feb 1711/12.
-2-5 Martin Smith b 15 Apr 1692 in Hadley m Sarah Wier 1715
-2-6 Eleazer Smith b 25 Sep 1694 in Hadley d 03 Oct 1721
-2-7 Sarah Smith b 10 Nov 1696 in Hadley d 28 Dec 1697 in Hadley Hampshire MA
-2-8 Sarah Smith b 9 Nov 1698 in Hadley m1 Samuel Kellogg 22 May 1724 b c 1695 m2 WilliaM Montaque 05 Jan 1748/9
-2-9 Prudence Smith b 15 Mar 1700/01 in Hadley d 11 Apr 1727 m1 Dea. Ichabod Hinckley m2 Timothy Nash 1 Mar 1721/22 ?perhaps ancestors of Mark J Nash, author's DNA match/a>
-2-10 Experience Smith b 19 Apr 1703 in Hadley d 23 Aug 1762 m James Kellogg 11 Aug 1727 in Hadley b Abt. 1701 d 15 Jul 1758.
-2-11 Elizabeth Smith b 15 Oct 1705 in Hadley d 1790 m Stephen Nash 22 May 1728.
-2-12 Mindwell Smith b 25 May 1708 in Hadley m Benoni Sacket 3 May 1732 in Hadley,

-2-1-1 Phillip Smith b 12 Oct 1712 d c 1800 m 1743 Alice Jones
-2-1-2 Ephraim Smith b 17 Nov 1714 in Hadley m Mary Preston.
-2-1-3 Joshiah Smith b Abt. 1717.
-2-1-4 John Smith b 20 Jan 1716/17 in Hadley d 24 Mar 1795 m Elizabeth Edward b 29 Nov 1723 d 12 Mar 1795.
-2-1-5 Phineas Smith b 02 Apr 1719 in Hadley m Eleanor Bell 28 Feb 1754.
-2-1-6 Silas Smith b 02 Feb 1721/22 in Hadley m1 Rebecca Allen m2 1749 Sarah Preston b 16 Jun 1724 d 1770.
-2-1-7 Eleazer Smith, (Deacon) b 27 Jan 1724/25 in Hadley d 4 Jan 1816 in Amhurst Hampshire Co m1 Abigail White m2 25 Oct 1749 in Springfield MA Lydia Thomas dau of John Thomas and Lydia Waterman.
-2-1-8 Esther Smith b 27 Nov 1726 in Hadley d 18 Dec 1756 m Daniel Kellogg b Abt. 1717 d 14 Jan 1799 in Amhurst
-2-2-1 Timothy Nash b 1717 m Experience Kellogg
-2-2-2 Lt Eleaser Nash b 10 Feb 1720 Granby d there 19 May 1775 deacon m Phebe Kellogg )
-2-2-3 Aaron Nash b 1711 m Damaris White b 1716
-2-2-4 Martin Nash b 1717 d 1749 m Elizabeth White b 1712 d 1799
-2-2-5 Elisha Nash b 1729 Hadley Hampshire MA d 1814 Granby m Lois Frost
-2-2-6 Ephraim Nash b d 1710

-2-1-7-1 y Smith b c 1750 m Catherine Morgan b 1744 in Springfield, Hampton Ma
-2-1-7-2 Lydia Smith b 08 Jun 1750 d 07 Nov 1774.
-2-1-7-3 Lucina Smith b 11 Feb 1751/52 m Chileab Brainerd Merrick.
-2-1-7-4 Eleazer Smith b 28 Feb 1754 d 22 Oct 1757.
-2-1-7-5 Ithamar Smith b 13 Jun 1756 in Amherst, Hampshire MA d 01 Sep 1844 m Lucy Nevers 26 Jan 1780 in Springfield MA b 12 Sep 1759 in Springfield MA
-2-1-7-6 Eleazer Smith b 20 Jun 1758 d 14 Mar 1759.
-2-1-7-7 Sarah "Sally" Smith b 10 Sep 1760 d 11 Oct 1784 m Medad Dickinson 04 Dec 1783 in Amherst, Hampshire Co MA b 09 Jun 1755 in Amherst, Hampshire Co MA
-2-1-7-8 Rachel Smith b 1762 d 01 Mar 1807 in Williamstown MA m Judah Paddock Abt. 1780 in Willaimstown, Wayne Co New York.
-2-1-7-9 Ethan Smith b 24 Apr 1763 d 22 Mar 1821 m Tabitha Hastings.
-2-1-7-10 Achsah Smith b 20 Aug 1765 d 05 Jun 1809 m Levi Cook 1785 b 1761 in Amherst MA d 1843 in Ashfield MA
-2-1-7-11 Eleazer Smith b 26 Oct 1767 in Amherst, Hampshire Co MA d 25 Dec 1834 in Marcellus, Onondaga Co NY m Mehitabel Bartlet 27 Dec 1790 in Ashfield, Franklin Co dau of Dr. Phinehas Bartlett and Mehitabel Annable grandau of Rev Moses Bartlett and Lydia Fiske
-2-1-7-12 Justin Smith b 12 Aug 1770; m Experience Clark
-2-2-1-1 Joanna Nash b 1737 m Jacob Hastings
-2-2-1-2 Samuel Nash b 1739
-2-2-1-3 Timothy Nash b 1740 m Mary Powers
-2-2-1-4 Experience Nash b 1743 m George Wheeler
-2-2-1-5 Mary Nash b 1747 d 1777 m James Lyman
-2-2-2-1 Lucy Nash b 1750 d 1836 m?1 John Stickney m?2 Azariah Alvord
-2-2-2-2 Joanna Nash d 1816
-2-2-2-3 Ephraim Nash b 1754 d 1816 m Hannah Wells
-2-2-2-4 Eleaser Nash b 1755 d 1836 m Abigail Brown
-2-2-2-5 Nathaniel Nash b 1757 d 1834
-2-2-2-6 Phebe Nash b 1768 d 1847 m Josiah Smith
-2-2-3-1 Damaris Nash b 1737 d 1779 m Titus Smith b 1734 d 1807
-2-2-5-1 Samuel Nash b 1 Fweb 1760 South Hadley Hampshire MA d 5 Sep 1823 Athens Co OH m Vashti Pierre b 1763 d 1828
-2-2-5-2 Rebecca Nash b 1762 d 1796
-2-2-5-3 Lois Nash b 1765
-2-2-5-4 Elisha Nash b 1766 d 1827
-2-2-5-5 Justin Nash b 1768 d 1851
-2-2-5-6 Adonijah Nash b 1770 d 1849
-2-2-5-7 Dorcus Nash b 1772 d 1837
-2-2-5-8 Simeon Hash b 1776 d 1850

-2-1-7-11-1 y Smith
-2-1-7-11-2+ 3 X Smith
-2-1-7-11-5 Lucinda Smith b 28 Dec 1791 in Ashfield, Franklin Co MA d 17 Dec 1861 in 'the Taveren'/Traven, Jordan, Onondaga Co NY m Seba Bonta 18 Mar 1810 in Galway, Saratoga Co New York son of Dirck Banta and Elizabeth Benson
-2-1-7-11-6 Aaron Smith b 1792 in Ashfeld, Franklin Co MA
-2-1-7-11-7 Clarissa Smith b 1796 in Galway, Montgomery Co NY d 10 Apr 1796 in Galway, Montgomery Co New York.
-2-1-7-11-8 Eleazer Smith b 1799 in Galway, Saratoga Co NY d in Onondaga Co NY m Ardella Fullam Dunham in Onondaga Co NY b 16 Aug 1815 in Monroe Co NY d 22 May 1896 in White Pigdon, St. Joseph Co MI
-2-1-7-11-9 Bartlett E. Smith b 1807 in NY d 10 May 1830 in Marcellus, Onondaga Co NY
-2-2-3-1-1 Titus Smith b 4 Sep 1768 Danbury Fairfield Co CT d 4 Jan 1850 Dutch Village Halifax Co NS m Sarah Wisdom b 1786 d 1864
-2-2-3-1-2 Rebekah Smith b 1771
-2-2-3-1-3 Silvester Smith b 1773 Dartmouth Halifax Co NS d 1832 Halifax NS m Hester Wisdom b 1789 d 1877
-2-2-3-1-4 William Smith b 1777
-2-2-5-1-1 Henry Nash b 1778
-2-2-5-1-2 Elizabeth Nash b 1786 d 1825 m Resolved Fuller b 1780 d 1850
-2-2-5-1-3 Chester Nash b 1791 d 1832
-2-2-5-1-4 Maria Nash b 1793 d 1828
-2-2-5-1-5 David Nash
-2-2-5-1-6 Uriah Nash
-2-2-5-1-7 Lydia Nash b 1797
-2-2-5-1-8 Samuel Nash d 1805
-2-2-5-1-9 Laura Nash b 1804 d 1853
-2-2-5-1-10 Amelia Nash b 1802 d 1808
-2-2-5-1-11 Roxana Nash b 1807
-2-2-5-1-12 Malinda Nash b 1810 d 1871

-2-1-7-11-5-1 Harvey Smith Bonta b 20 Feb 1811 in Marcellus, Onondaga Co NY d 09 Apr 1879 in Brutus, Cayuga Co NY m Elna (Ellen) Blue Bradt 24 Mar 1850 in NY b 1812 in New York state; d 11 Apr 1881 in Brutus, Cayuga Co New York.
-2-1-7-11-5-2 Elisa Margaret Bonta b 23 Mar 1813 in Marcellus d 04 May 1894 in Minoa NY m 07 Oct 1834 in Marcellus William Meade Hoyt b 22 Jul 1806 in LaFayrtte, Onondaga Co NY d 16 Jan 1889 in Minoa, NY
-2-1-7-11-5-3 Emiline Clarissa Bonta b 29 Mar 1815 in Marcellus d 16 May 1898 in Manistee, Michigan m Jonas Parlin Lane 16 Mar 1836 in Jordan Onondaga Co NY b 23 Jan 1809 in Skohegan, Maine d 16 Jan 1863 in Middleport NY
-2-1-7-11-5-4 William Edwin Bonta b 01 Nov 1817 in Marcellus d 05 Nov 1817 in Marcellus, Onondaga Co New York.
-2-1-7-11-5-5 Elmira Lydia Bonta b 31 Dec 1818 in Marcellus d 29 May 1883 in Orleans Co NY m Reuben Hungerford 17 Dec 1837 in The Traven Jordan, Onondaga Co NY b 15 Nov 1810 in MA d 28 Jul 1887 in Orleans Co NY
-2-1-7-11-5-6 Helen Maria Bonta b 05 Mar 1821 in Marcellus d 23 May 1849 in Jordan, Onondaga Co NY m Charles Bell 1 Feb 1841 in The Traven, Jordan, Onondaga Co NY b 22 Apr 1815 d 25 Jul 1900 in Middletown, New York.
-2-1-7-11-5-7 Sarah Mehitabel Bonta b 22 Mar 1823 in Marcellus d 09 Mar 1899 in Colorado; m Aaron Hoyt 24 Mar 1842 in The Traven, Jordan, Onondaga Co NY b 21 Mar 1811 in Lafayette, Onondaga Co NY d 19 Jul 1897 in Syrcause NY
-2-1-7-11-5-8 Frances Augusta Bonta b 23 Feb 1826 in Marcellus, Onondaga Co NY d 10 Oct 1903 in Buffalo, Erie Co NY m George L. Pratt 11 Nov 1851 in Cato, Cayuga Co New York; b 29 Jun 1830 in Orleans Co NY d 26 May 1898 in Ridgeway, NY
-2-1-7-11-5-9 James William Bonta b 10 Aug 1828 in Marcellus d 03 Nov 1905 in Philadelphia, PA m1 20 Jan 1853 in Meridian Villiage Emeline K. Shaw dau of Daniel K. Shaw and Newell Britton m2 20 Apr 1884 Frank Morgan.
-2-1-7-11-5-10 Charles Bartlett Bonta b 19 May 1831 in Marcellus d Aft. 1893 in Soldiers Home in Kansas m Persis Bell 10 May 1855 b 19 Jul 1836 in NY d 16 Sep 1891 in Weedsport, Cayuga Co NY
-2-1-7-11-5-11 Louisa Cornelia Bonta b 24 Apr 1834 in Marcellus d 30 Oct 1870; m James Madison Rude 25 Dec 1855.
-2-1-7-11-5-12 Theresa Venette Bonta b 7 Jul 1837 in Jordan d 12 Jan 1922 in Col m Enos K. Cowell 24 Feb 1859 in Cato, Cayuga Co NY
-2-2-3-1-1-1 Harriet Smith b 1804
-2-2-3-1-1-2 Rebecca Smith b 1805
-2-2-3-1-1-3 Sarah Smith b 1807 d 1845
-2-2-3-1-1-4 Eliza Smith b 1809
-2-2-3-1-1-5 John Smith b 1810
-2-2-3-1-1-6 Olive Smith b 1812 d 1933
-2-2-3-1-1-7 William Smith b 1812
-2-2-3-1-1-8 Henry Smith b 1814
-2-2-3-1-1-9 Marianne Smith b 1816
-2-2-3-1-1-10 Emily Smith b 1818 d 1837
-2-2-3-1-1-11 William Smith b 1820
-2-2-3-1-1-12 Charlotte Smith b 1823 d 1904
-2-2-3-1-1-13 Titus Smith b 1825
-2-2-3-1-1-14 Harriet Smith b 1827 d 1885
-2-2-3-1-3-1 Henry Wisdom Smith b 1804 Halifax NS d 1891 m Catherine Munro b 1817 d 1907
-2-2-3-1-3-2 Sylvester Smith b 1810
-2-2-3-1-3-3 Thomas Smith b 1819 d 1854
-2-2-5-1-2-1 Almira Fuller b 1807 d 1875
-2-2-5-1-2-2 Evelina Fuller b 1809 d 1843
-2-2-5-1-2-3 Ira Fuller b 1810 d 1825
-2-2-5-1-2-4 Hiram Fuller b 1812 d 1888
-2-2-5-1-2-5 Austin Fuller b 1814 d 1876
-2-2-5-1-2-6 Livina Fuller d 1850
-2-2-5-1-2-7 Mary Fuller b 1820 d 1850 m Robert Harmon b 1818 d 1843
-2-2-5-1-2-8 Resolved Fuller b 1823

-2-1-7-11-5-9-1 Newell May Bonta b 15 May 1854 in Meridian Village, Cato, Cayuga Co NY d 15 Mar 1939 in Noble, Montgomery Co PA m 16 Oct 1878 in Philadelphia Charles Rufus McDowell, b 31 Jul 1850 in Brooklyn son of Joseph McDowell and Virginia/?Clarissa McKay
-2-1-7-11-5-9-1-1 May Belle McDowell b 23 Jul 1879 in 1930 North 13th Street, Philadelphia, PA d 19 Jan 1898 in 3132 Diamond Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
-2-1-7-11-5-9-1-2 Charles Rufus McDowell b 25 Aug 1884 in 1930 North 13th Street, Philadelphia, PA died 05 Aug 1962 in Haynes Avenue, Philadelphia, PA m Edna Mary Rahe 07 Oct 1914 in Memorial Church for the Advocate, Philadelphia, PA
-2-1-7-11-5-9-1-2-1 Henry Rahe McDowell b 4 Oct 1916 Philadelphia d 29 May 1993 m 29 May 1993 Leona Taylor dau of Jesse Vale Taylor b 27 May 1894 Lynn Camp Laurel Co KY d 2 Dec 1962 Dayton OH m Martha Alice Lee b 3 Jul 1905 Whitley Co KY d 13 May 1995 Corbin KY dau of
-2-1-7-11-5-9-1-2-1-1 Glen David McDowell m Carol Ann Richardson b 1948 dau of J Clayton Richardson b 1 Nov 1920 Fair Play SC m Anna Rush dau of Louis Rush and Nellie Dzioba b 4 Apr 1905 Ukraine d Aug 1972 Bridgeston NJ
-2-1-7-11-5-9-1-3 Ruth A. McDowell b 21 Nov 1889 in 1930 North 13th Street, Philadelphia, PA d 27 Aug 1977 in Noble, Montgomery Co PA m Roy Artimus Manwaring 16 Nov 1910 in Philadelphia, PA b 24 Nov 1886 in Philadelphia, PA d 10 Jan 1969 in Noble, Montgomery Co
-2-1-7-11-5-9-2 Arthur Knox Bonta b 16 Jul 1860 in Mosourssi d 25 Dec 1919 in NYC m 27 Jun 1882 in Philadelphia Mary Wilson d 28 Feb 1931 in New York, New York.
-2-2-3-1-3-1-1 Edward Young Munro Smith b 1841 NS m Margaret Weston b 1837
Fo12-9 Francis Daniel Foote, b 1595 in Shalford, Essex, England d 1624 in Colchester, Essex, England.
Fo12-10 Elizabeth Foote b 1599 in Shalford, Essex, England.
Fo12-11 Joshua Foote b 1600 in Shalford Essex, England d 1655 in Providence, Rhode Island.
m Elizabeth x + 4 ch who remained in London
Fo12-12 Samuel Foote b 1605 d aft 1665.
Fo12-13? possibly of this family and generation or earlier was:
Frances Foote b 1590 Ipswich d 13 Jan 1682 Roxbury MA m Abraham Newell
-1 Rebecca Newall b 15 Jul 1637 Roxbury d 23 Mar 1730 LI City NY m Henry Fowler b 1633 Hambleton Rutland Engl d 1687 Marmaroneck Westchester NY son of Henry Fowler b 1590 Hambleton d 25 Jun 1661 Marmoroneck Westchester NY -1-1 William Fowler b 1660 Providence RI d 17 Apr 1714 Flushing Queens NY m Mary Thorne dau of John Thorne and Mary Pearsall -1-1-1 Hannah Fowler b 1700 Flushing d 1744 LI City NY m Samuel Dusenbury son of Hendrik Dusenbury and Mary Thorn ancestors of A Dusenbery, author's DNA match
Fo12 Robert Foote b 1578 Stalford Essex d 4 Sep 1646
Elizabeth Miles b 1576 in Ware, Hertfordshire, England d 1680 in London. continued from above
According to Burk the Foote family had long been settled in Cornwall prior to 1420 but one branch settled in Kent. The Coat of Arms is Vert, a chevron between 3 martlets, argent. Crest A lion's head erased. Motto: Pendentim. There was also a Sir Thomas Foot, Sheriff then Lord Mayor of London, Bart (b c1592, d 12.10.1687) son of John Foot of London m 11 Apr 1581 Margaret Brooke ysearch.org/GAAHU tested as Haplogroup: R1b, is possibly a direct male Foote.
ysearch.org/P8NZ3 tested Haplogroup: R1b1b2
a href="http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/foote/results" target=blank>Foote Y DNA Project test results.
a href="http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/foote/pats" target=blank>Foote Patriarchs.
John Foote b about 1600 d abt. 1648 in Cardenham, Cornwall Co England.
m Ellen Mary Barwis b Kansington, Middlesex, d in England
Fo10 Richard Foote b Aug 10, 1632, Cardenham, Cornwall County, England, d 21st Mar 1724 St. Dunstan in E. London. He moved to London in 1652, acted as agent for Nicholas Hayward in London. Will of Richard Foote, merchant of London:
His personal estate to be divided into three parts according to the custon of the City of London: One third to his wife Hester Foote (infull of his personal estate except as elsewhere bequeathed to her); one third to be divided among his five children, Richard, George, Sarah, Francis and Henry, the rest of his children (Samuel Fotte and the testator's daughter Elizabeth Holmes) being already provided for, from the other third, 100 pounds (money) to Samuel Foote. (It is not clear whether legacies below also come from this last third).
To Elizabeth Holmes 200 #s
To Richard Foote 600 #s, and 3000 acres of land, part of the testator's lands in Virginia
To George Foote 100 #s and 1000 acres of his land in Virginia
To Francis Foote and Henry Foote 800 #s a piece at age 21 and to each 1000 acres of his land in Virginia. From legacies to Francis and Henry the executors may lay out up to 200 pounds apiece to apprentice them; interest on their legacies goes to their mother for their upkeep.
To his grandson Topham Foote 200 #s, which his father Samuel Foote shall put into trade for him til his majority; also 1500 acres of his land in Virginia.
The rest of his estate to his wife Hester Foote, who is named joint executor with his son Samuel Foote.
Signed 19 March 1694. Witness James Stone, Richard Stacey, Ran Stacey.
Probate London 23 April 1697 to Hester Foote, the other executor Samuel Foote being dead.
m Hester Hayward 24 Mar 1639/40 m 19 Dec 1657 in St. Leonard's Angelican Church, Shoreditch, England, b 24th Mar 1639/40 in Allhallows Parish in London, dau of->
-a Samuel Hayward b 1638 London d by 11 Nov 1696 Stafford VA m Martha Washington b c 1627/?13 Jan 1649 Tring Hertfordshire d Dec 1697 ?Stafford VA
-b Joseph Hayward
-c Mary Hayward m Samuel Todd and had Samuel Todd Jr
-d John Hayward b 1646
-e Nicholas Hayward Jr b c 1645 London had Susan Hayward m Samuel Todd Jr
-f Sarah Hayward
-g Edward Hayward (the DOB and DOD are shown as at geni.com but they are implausible with the two marriage theory for the parents)
+1 Nicholas Hayward b c 1610
(?=m ?Ann Washington b 1613 d 1682 according to ysearch.org/B25ZY and geni.com, but this marriage is not shown in the Washington pedigree, although there was Wa14-5 William Washington b c 1575, who had two unaccounted for daughters by the name of Ann, one presumably d young, but the other?.)
geni.com shows his wife as: Anne Clarke b 1601 London dau of Humphrey Clarke and mother of all children except Hester
The similarity to the name Haywood, first wife of John Washington b 1634 leads to a suspicion of relationship). Nicholas Haywood was the son of Thomas Hayward b 9 Nov 1584 in London d 14 Oct 1663 St Andrews Parish London Hester was b March 24, 1639/40 in Alhallows Parish, Morefields, England. In the 1650s Nicholas Hayward was a merchant and a notary public in London who had dealings with Nathaniel Pope, for which Samuel Mothershed was agent or representative in some capacities. According to the book "Landmarks of Old Prince William" by Fairfax Harrison (1924) and an article by Dollye M. Elliott in the Colonial Genealogist 9(2):58-62, many of the Huguenots who came to the Northern Neck of Virginia did so under a business venture by Nicholas Hayward, who made speculative investments in the English colonies from Virginia to Hudson Bay. Nicholas' brother Samuel Hayward was the Clerk of Stafford Co Virginia, and Hayward, George Brent, Robert Bristow and Richard Foot, four English businessmen, had secured a 30,000 acre proprietorship between Cedar Run and Broad Run in the northern Neck of Virginia from Lord Culpeper that was originally intended as a colony for Huguenot and catholic refugees from England. French expatriates in London were sought out by businessmen with land holdings in the colonies of Virginia and Carolina who offered promises and provisions to entice the Huguenots to settle there (including Letters of Denization, and bounty payments to the settlers). Thus, Nicholas Hayward essentially recruited Louis and Benjamin Reynaud and their families to settle on these proprietary lands in the northern neck of Virginia.
A relation to William Hayward/Howard b 1570 Engl d 1639 in Aylesford, Kent, Engl seems likely, as this line is related to the Smiths above
Fo9-1 Susannah Foote, b 13 Aug 1658 d Aug 1658.
Fo9-2 Samuel Foote b 25 Jan 1659/60 d 27 Mar 1697, buried at Windsor.
Fo9-3 Mary Foote b 1 Oct 1662; d 1664, bur May 19, 1664, St. Bennett Sherehog Church.
Fo9-4 John Foote b March 27, 1665 d 20 Oct 1692 Jamaica.
Fo9 Richard Foote II b 31 Jan 1665/66 in London, England,(ysearch.org/B25ZY and 32FZR report birth in Cornwall) moved to Virginia in 1688, and d March 21, 1724/25 in St. Pauls Parish Stafford Co VA
m 1702 Elizabeth Innes b 1666 Chotank, Stafford Va. She d 1 Apr 1725 in St Pauls Parish, Stafford Co VA.
+1 ?? Rev Mr. Robert Innis
m Catherine Kitty Richards
b c 1640
Fo8-1. Richard Foote III b Abt. 1704 in Virginia, and d 1774 in Chotank Va.
m Katharine Fossaker on 6 Aug 1726 in Stafford Co VA
Fo8-1-1. William Foote b 31 Oct 1727, Stafford Co VA d 1773
m 26 Aug 1763 Elizabeth Foote b c 1738 d Louisville, KY.
Fo8-1-2. Sarah Foote, b January 29, 1732/33, Stafford Co VA; m. REV. William Stuart 26 Nov 1750, Stafford Co VA.
Fo8-1-3. John Foote b 30 Nov 1735 Stafford Co VA.
Fo8-1-4. Henry Foote b April 11, 1738, Stafford Co VA.
Fo8-1-5. Katherine Foote b 24 Nov 1740 Stafford Co VA d 1799
m 5 Oct 1774 Stafford Co VA Lawrence Washington.
Fo8-1-6 Richard Foote IV b 3 Oct 1743
m Margaret HELM.
Fo8-1-7 Elizabeth Foote, b December 10, 1746, Stafford Co VA m LUND Washington, April 1779.
Fo8-1-8 George Foote, b 6 Mar 1749/50, Stafford Co VA
m Helen Helm.
Fo8-1-8-1 Richard Helm Foote, b 1773 m Jane Stuart, Dec 16, 1795, King George Co VA.
Fo8-1-8-2 Hester Foote m Capt. William Edwards.
Fo8-1-9 Francis Foote, d 12 Oct 1753, Stafford Co VA.
Fo8 George Foote was b about 1706 in Stafford? Co Va d 28 Jun 1759 prob Fauquier Co Va
m 13 Dec 1731 Frances Berryman b about 1710 in Stafford Co VA, dau of
(Elizabeth left a will and a deposition). She d bet. 1750 - 1760.
+1 Major Benjamin Berryman (see his will and inventory) and Elizabeth Newton +2
Fo7-1 George Foote II b 20 Jan 1734/35 in Stafford Co VA, moved to Chester County SC around 1788, d there in 1808 bur Calvary Baptist Church in Sandy River.
m Margaret Kincheloe 1760, dau of
+1 John Kincheloe and Elizabeth Canterbury. She d Abt. 1780. The name Gilson for a son and grandson of this marriage indicates that one of Margaret's grandmother was a Gilson.
Fo7-1-1 Newton Foote b Abt. 1761; d 1823, Chester County SC.
Fo7-1-2 George Foote III b 1762 d Abt. 1828, In
m Lucretia Nance, April 15, 1784.
Fo7-1-3 John Andrew Foote b about 1764 d before 1807
m1 1782 ? Loughridge d Bet. 1790 - 1800.
Fo7-1-3-1 John Williams Foote, b 1784, NC d Bet. 1850 - 1860, Texas
m Elizabeth Hancock Abt. 1808, daughter of Robert HANCOCK. She was b Abt. 1790 in South Carolina, and d Bet. 1860 - 1870 in Texas, 1810 till 1820 living in Chester Cou SC, 1830 Census in Wilcox Co AL, 1850 Census in San Augustine Co TX, 1860 Census in Cooke Co TX, p. 243 (with son Julius)
Fo7-1-3-1-1 Robert Hancock Foote, b Abt. 1809 d May 1839, San Augustine Co TX unm served in the Republic of Texas Army.
Fo7-1-3-1-2 Caroline Foote b Abt. 1811 in SC d Aft. 1880
m William Lovette Watson Feb 7, 1834, son of Averitt Watson and Aarithea Lovette. He was b Abt. 1808 in Washington County GA, and d after 1880. From 1840 until 1880 in Wilcox County AL, p. 243
Fo7-1-3-1-2-1 i. William H. WATSON, b Abt. 1835, Alabama.
Fo7-1-3-1-2-2 RufusS WATSON, b Abt. 1838, Alabama.
Fo7-1-3-1-2-3 Albert H. WATSON b Nov 1839, Wilcox Co Alabama;
m MARIA BELLE STEARNS, Abt. 1860; b 1842, Alabama.
Fo7-1-3-1-2-4 Elizabeth WATSON b Abt. 1843, Wilcox Co AL.
Fo7-1-3-1-2-5 Julius J. b WATSON, b Abt. 1848, Alabama; m. MOLLY A. WilliamS, October 27, 1870, Wilcox County AL.
Fo7-1-3-1-2-6 David S. WATSON b Abt. 1851, Alabama
m 21 Dec 1876 Wilcox Co AL. Mary E. Smith,
Fo7-1-3-1-3 Artella Kincheloe Foote, b September 07, 1813, Chester County SC; d August 16, 1896, Wilcox County AL; m. Henry Watson, November 09, 1837, Wilcox County AL; b April 06, 1811, Washington County GA.
Fo7-1-3-1-4 Lucy Ann Foote, b Abt. 1821, South Carolina; d 1896; buried Nacogdoches County TX m1 John T. Bridges, Oct 28, 1852, San Augustine County TX m2 Roddy Anthony Feb 9, 1879, San Augustine County TX.
1860 Census in San Augustine County TX, 1870 Census in San Augustine County TX, p. 70
Fo7-1-3-1-5 Amanda Foote, b Abt. 1828, Alabama
m 16 Dec 1850, San Augustine Co TX John Jones.
Fo7-1-3-1-6 Julius L. Foote, b Abt. 1832, Alabama.
m Martha ? Abt. 1854 in Texas. She was b Abt. 1835 in Tennessee. In 1860 in, Cooke County TX, p. 243 In 1870 in Hopkins Co TX, p. 161
Fo7-1-3-1-6-1 John d Foote b Abt. 1855, Texas.
Fo7-1-3-1-6-2 George W. Foote b Abt. 1857, Texas.
Fo7-1-3-1-6-3 James Edmund Foote b Abt. 1859, Texas.
Fo7-1-3-1-6-4 Catherine Foote b Abt. 1861, Texas.
Fo7-1-3-1-7 James M. Foote b Abt. 1833 in Alabama.
m1 24 Jan 1854 in San Augustine Co TX Suzanna Smith b Abt. 1838 in Mississippi. 1860 and 1870 Census in San Augustine County TX.
Fo7-1-3-1-7-1 Thomas H. Foote, b Abt. 1855, Texas. In 1870 Census living with Aunt Lucy Foote Bridges
m2 Elizabeth E. Allenton July 20, 1867 in San Augustine County TX.
Fo7-1-3-1-7-1-2 J. G. Foote, b Abt. 1868.
m3 Sarah A. Rayburn Dec 7, 1884 in San Augustine Co TX.
Fo7-1-3-1-8 Emiline Foote, b Abt. 1848, Texas.
Fo7-1-3-2 George Washington Foote b 1785 m Elizabeth Scaife.
m2 aft. 1785 Isabella Means b Feb 7, 1772. In 1800 Census in Fairfield Co SC, p. 199
Fo7-1-3-3 Harriet R. Foote, b Bet. 1790 - 1800 m. Dr. Burr Johnson bef. 1820.
Fo7-1-3-4 Sarah Kincheloe Foote.
Fo7-1-3-5 Mary Louisa Foote.
Fo7-1-3-6 Isaberlla Harper Foote m before 1833 Alexander Chambers
Fo7-1-4 Gilson Foote b 1765 d 1824, Edgefield County SC
m1 Mary Ann MacKey, Bef. 1807
m2 Sarah Robertson, Abt. 1819.
Fo7-1-5 William Foote b Bef. 1772 m Nancy Sanders Rice McDaniel, 1805.
Fo7-1-6 Frances Elizabeth Foote m Ephraim Lyles.
Fo7-1-7 Mary Foote m Benjamin Hart.
Fo7-1-8. James Foote b c 1775 (The data originally shown for this James were implausible. Input on census data from a site visitor has led to the conclusion that he had a son of the same name, who was actually the husband of the woman listed as his first wife. His presumed second wife is still listed here as his only wife although the dates originally listed for her are utterly incompatible. It seems likely that either the dates are off by at least 20 years or that she was the wife of third James or ...?)
?m Mary Ann James b after 1750 d c 1770 in Virginia.
-1? James Foote b c 1791 listed in the 1870 Census for Gilmer Co Georgia m Jane Mills Rice b c 1794 d aft 1870
m2? Nancy Williams b 1740 d 1810
Fo7-1-9. Henry Foote, b 1783 d 1837 m Adelaide Elizabeth Dumesnil b 1797 PA dau of-> +1 Francois Dumesnil b 1755 Saint-Quen F
m Catherine Odille b F d PA
+2 Robert Dumesnil
m Marie Gallois
Fo7-1-9-1+ John Foote b 1811 d 1863 m Marguerite Caroline Dumini
Henry Foote b 1827 d 1889
Amelia Foote b 1834
Fo7-1-9-2 George Odile Foote b 1825 St Martinville LA d 1897
m1 Marie Sigur/Segur b 1823 + 2 ch
m2 Marie Senette b 1835 d 1910
-1 Josephine Foote b 1845 d 1863
-2 George Foote b 1847
-3 George Foote
-4 Robert Foote b 1865 Louisiana d 1954 Ector TXm Rosa Lasswitz b 1870
-5 Valery Foote
-6 Valerie Foote b 1856 d 1937

-4-1 Charles Foote b 1894 m Euphemia Case dau of Anderson Case b 1861 and Josephine Smithe b 1864 d 1928

-4-1-1 Louis Foote b 1914
-4-1-2 Lee Foote b 1915 d 1996
-4-1-3 Leslie Foote b 1917 d 1952 m Donis Alderman b 1918 d 2008
-4-1-4 Lloyd Foote b 1920 d 1958
-4-1-5 Charles Foote b 1925 d 1930
-4-1-6 Geraldine Foote m y Scott
-4-1-7 Juanita Foots

-4-1-3-1 Barbara Foote m Robert Derrick parents of Robert Duane Derrick author's DNA match
-4-1-3-2 Leslie Foote
Fo7-1-10. Richard Foote, b before 1786 d 11 Feb 1837 m Tabitha Nuckols, Mar 1, 1812.
Fo7-1-11. Berryman H. Foote b Abt. 1794 d Abt. 1812, (prob died in War of 1812).
Fo7-2 Gilson Foote, b December 03, 1736, Stafford County VA; d. 1770, Virginia (left no issue); m. Hannah Ball Daniel, March 15, 1765.
Fo7-3 Henry Alexander Foote, b 11 Apr 1738 d 1776
m 29 May 1760 Margaret Colclough , see Newton Pedigree below.
-1 Frances Foote b 1763.
-2 William Foote b Abt. 1765 in Bute Co NC d Abt. 1806 in Surry Co NC. m Elizabeth Clanton Baker Abt. 1765.
-3 Mary Foote b 1767 in Bute Co NC d 24 Nov 1849 in Iredell Co Nc (reported by Ysearch.org/32FZR) m 11 Jun 1785 in Warren (Bute) Co NC Isaac Marshall b 1761 in Va d 17 Apr 1839 in Iredell Co NC bur Snow Creek, Iredell Co, NO ?.
-4 Beheathland Foote, b Abt. 1769 m 20 Dec 1792 Benjamin Bell b Abt. 1765.
-5 Elizabeth Foote b Abt. 1770 m1 17 Jul 1797 Samuel Lowell m2 Samuel Moss 30 Jul 1806.
-6 Henry Alexander II Foote, bap 1772.
-7 Katherine Foote, b Abt. 1775 in Bute Co, NC m Aaron Shearin b Abt. 1770

-3-1 Henry Foote Marshall b 2 Dec 1787 Warren Co. NC d after Jun 1860 in Sweet Water Monroe Co. TN m Rebecca Griffith, dau of John Griffith possibly of Lancaster Co PA
Fo7-4 ELIZABETH Foote, b Abt. 1738; d Louisville, KY
m 26 Aug 1763 William Foote b 31 Oct 1727, Stafford Co VA d 1773.
Fo7-5 FRANCES Foote b about 1740
m1 Francis Moore, April 1764
m2 Moses Yarborough, Abt. 1771
m3 Samuel Savage b 1738 Fauquier Co Va. d 27 Jan 1804 in Edgefield SC, m about 1773, and had
-1 Frances Elizabeth Savage b 1790 in Edgefield SC d 1846, m Thomas Herron b 1785 in SC and had -1-1 Thomas Simpson Herron b 29 Dec 1812 in Ga or SC d 19 Jul 1899 in Eldridge Walker, Al.
Fo7 Behetheland Foote, b about 1748
m 11 Dec 1766 in Fauquier Co Va. Benjamin Pope, Po7 b Abt. 1766 Va d Bullitt Co Ky.
Po6 Worden Pope born, about 1776 Popes Creek, Virginia.
Died, 1837, April 20, in Louisville, KY
m 1804, September 11, to Elizabeth Taylor Thruston (Th6) in Jefferson Co KY
Po5 Patrick Henry Pope b 1806 d 4 May 1841
m 18 July 1827 Sarah Lawrence Brown Br5 daughter of
James Brown III Br6 and Urith Owings Lawrence La6
Po4-1 Elizabeth Thruston Pope (twin 27 Apr 1828-1883) married Dr. William Henry Galt 1827 Ky - 1893 and had issue.
Po4-2 Urith Lawrence Pope (twin 27 Apr 1828-1884) m Joshua Fry Lawrence in 1851
Po4-3 James Brown Pope (1830-?) ¬
Po4-4 Ellen E.?D. Pope (25 July 1831 ? - ?) m Dr. John Thruston, son of Charles M. Thruston, on 13 December 1858.
Po4-5 Mary Emmeline Pope (1832 ¬-?)
Po4-6 Worden Pope (9 Apr 1836 - ? ) Went to Nicaragua
Po4 Mary Ann Pope (30 Sept 1838 - 1897) m 29 Jan 1857 in Louisville Ky George Nicholas Ni4
Po4-8 Alfred T. Pope, d young. b 1840
Ni3-2 Samuel Smith Nicholas ( 1862-1864)
Ni3-3 Mary Emeline Nicholas (1863-1863)
Ni3-4 Worden Pope Nicholas (1864-1942) who had issue
Ni3-5 George Nicholas (1866-1926) who m Evelyn Belle Thompson in Shelbyville, Ky who compiled the extensive genealogical notes on which this part of the genealogy is based. They had 3 sons and a daughter.
Ni3-6 Sarah Lawrence Nicholas (1868-1935)
Ni3-7 Patrick Pope Nicholas (1869-1941)
Ni3-8 Thomas Prather Nicholas (1872-1942)
Ni3-9 Lawrence Nicholas (1874-1942)
Ni3-10 Cary Nicholas (1876-1897)
Ni3 Matilda Prather Nicholas b 1878 d Jun 1954 m Dr Thomas Eugene Bland see below
Ni3-12 Mary Anna Nicholas (1880-1915)
Ni3-13 Samuel Smith Nicholas (1881-1927)
Po5-2 Edmund Pendleton Pope (?)**
Po5-3 Curran Pope (1813 ¬- ?)*
Po5-4 Hamilton Pope
Po5-5 Paul Pope (died in infancy)
Po5-6 Moses Pope (died in infancy)
Po5-7 Edmonia Pope (died in early womanhood)
Po6-2 William Pope had at least two sons, Senator John Pope (Po6-2-1) and Nathaniel Pope (Po6-2-2)
Po6=7 Thomas Pope born: between 1740 and 1745/?1758 in Fauquier/?King George Co., Va
m Ann Duncan b about 1745, m 7 JUN 1768 in Fauquier Co Va d 20 JUL 1821 in Lancaster, Garrard Co KY bur JUL 1821 Lancaster, Garrard Co KY (?12 June 1816 in Bullett, Ky.)
Po6-1 Jane Gale Pope m Robert Terrill
Po6-2 Mary Ann Pope b c 1768 d 1806
m John Sutton
-1. William Sutton, b May 28, 1788,
-2. Christopher Sutton,
-3. Alemander Sutton,
-4. John Sutton
Po6-3 Alexander Pope b: BEF 1770
Po6-4 John Pope b: ABT 1770
m m Mary Vance d 1815
Po6-4-1 Thomas A Pope2
Po6-5 Jeremiah Pope
Po6-6 Humphrey Pope b: ABT 1771 - c1840
Po6-7 Thomas Pope Jr b BEF 1772
m Elizabeth Lair dau of Andrew Lair and Lady Frances Hubbard, July 27, 1803 in Garrard Co Ky
-1 William Pope,
-2 Andrew Pope,
-3 Thomas Pope
-4 Mary Pope b Jun 15, 1807
Po6 Phyllis Ann Pope b 26 MAY 1773 in Fauquier, Va d 26 Oct 1818
m 17 Jan 1791 Charles Bland Bl6 b 2 DEC 1765 in Virginia d 26 Sept 1842 Garrard Co Ky
Bl5 Thomas Pope Bland b 10 DEC 1791 in Lincoln Co Va (Ky) m Elizabeth Jennings Duncan b 1796 in Va d ABT JUN 1844 in Pike Co Missouri bur 1844 Pike Co Missouri
Bl5-2 Nancy Bland b 04 Jan 1793
Bl5-3 Sally Bland b 11 Oct 1794 d 05 Nov 1822, m Erasmus Wilmot b 1790 d 18 Apr 1829
Bl5-4 Mildred Bland b 01 May 1796, m. Thomas Austin
Bl5-5 Prudence Bland b 01 Oct 1797, m. Robert Austin
Bl5-6 Benjamin Bland b 07 Mar 1799
Bl5-7 Mary Bland b 10 Sep 1800, m. James S. Alderson b: 18 Jul 1798
Bl5-8; Elizabeth Bland b: 21 Feb 1802
Bl5-9 John Bland b: 21 Jul 1804 d 28 Feb 1858, m Cynthia Ann Cox
Bl5-10 Kisiah Bland b 12 Jan 1806 d 19 Feb 1860 m James Brown
Bl5-11 James Bland b 12 Jun 1808
Bl5-12 Julianne Bland b 17 Jan 1810, m Thomas A. Pope
Bl5-13 Charles Josiah Bland b 5 Mar 1812 d about 1 Jul 1894
Bl5-14 Hiram Bland b 09 Feb 1814 d 18 Feb 1858
Bl5-15 Alemander Bland b 20 Oct 1817 d 04 Dec 1897, m Margaret Bourne b 31 Aug 1819 d Aft. 1897
Bl4-1 Sarah Prudence Bland, d.8 Jan. 1856, m. George Warner
Bl4-2 Benjamin Mason Bland b 13 NOV 1820 d 1868 m. Sarah Hodges and had issue
Bl4 Thomas Pope Bland b 12th Oct 1832 Pike Co Mo d 11 Feb. 1914 in Bagdad, Shelby Co Ky. m 31 JAN 1861, Shelby Co Ky Levicy Jane Harris
Bl3-1 Martha Elizabeth BLAND b: 18 DEC 1861 in Shelby Co Ky
Bl3-2 William Leland BLAND b 15 MAR 1863 in Kentucky
Bl3 Thomas Eugene BLAND b 13 JUL 1864 in Bagdad, Shelby Co Ky m Matilda Prather Nicholas, see above
Bl3-4Lewellyn BLAND b c 1867
Bl3-5 Sarah Prudence BLAND about 1866
Bl3-6 John Henry Bland b 2 Mar 1870
Bl3-7 Mary Beatrice BLAND b 2 Feb 1878
Bl3-8 Harvey Erwin Bland b 15 Feb 1885
Bl4-4 John Duncan Bland b: 1832
Bl4-5 Elizabeth Bland b 1833
Bl4-6 Mary S Bland b 9 MAY 1834, m Henry C. Jamison and had issue
Bl4-7 Dr. Dalzell Leland Smith Bland b 30 JUL 1838 m. Sallie C. Duncan and had issue
Bl4-8 William Henry Bland b 29 JAN 1840
Bl4-9 x Bland m James Moseley
Bl5-3-1 Sally Wilmot, m William H. Crow
Bl5-3-1-1 Benjamin F. Wilmot b 20 Sep 1818
Bl5-5-1 x Austin
Bl5-5-2 Will Austin
Bl5-15-1 Charles Bland b 30 Sep 1841
Bl5-15-2 Alexander Bland b 1842 d 6 Jul 1870 m Mary Alford b 16 Oct 1846 d 18 Mar 1880
Bl5-15-2-1 James William Bland b 08 May 1866, m Cora Watson Curd b 20 Aug 1877
Bl5-15-2-1-1 May Jessamine Bland b 05 Jul 1899 d: Mar 1989 m Roland W. James
Bl5-15-3 John Bland b 23 Mar 1845
Po6-9 Elizabeth Pope b ABT 1780
m Nathaniel Robert Jurney b a 1770, d 1816
-1. William Journey b before 1795
-2. Temperance Journey b about 1798
-3. John Journey b about 1804
-4. Mariah Jurney b about 1808
-5. Meredith Journey b about 1810, d 1833
-6. Nimrod Journey b about 1811
-7. Ninian Edward Journey b Oct 2, 1813, d Feb 8, 1846
-8. Wilson Jurney b before 1816
-9. Delilah Jurney b before 1816
Po6-10 Robert Pope b BEF 1781 in Virginia Colony
Po6-11 William Pope b 25 FEB 1785
m Mary Lair b a 1788 daughter of Andrew Lair and Lady Frances Hubbard,
-1. Helena Pope b about 1808, d about 1891
-2. Thomas Worden Pope b May 22, 1810, d Jan 13, 1880
-3. William L Pope
Po6-8+ and others - to be recorded later.
m2 Nancy Williams 1782. 1800 Census in Chester County SC, p. 83
Fo7-7 Richard Foote, k c 1780, Revolutionary War.
Fo7-8 William A. Foote b c 1760 d 1833, Fauquier Co VA.
m Sarah Alexander 6 Aug 1783, dau of William Alexander and Sigismunda Massey.
-1. George Foote, b 1 Jun 1784 m Anne I. Browne.
-2 John Foote, b March 12, 1787; d 1813.
-3 William A. Foote II, b August 24, 1789 m Jane Elliott Washington.
-4 Gilson Foote b 3 May 1791 m LUCINDA LEWIS b 1793 d 1827 dau of Fielding Lewis, II b 2/14/1751 Fredericksburg VA 7/05/1803 and Elizabeth Dade b 1750 VA d 1804
-5 Phillip A. Foote, b April 14, 1793 m Matilda Brown.
-6 Mary Stuart Foote, b December 18, 1794 m John W. Massie, February 25, 1824, Prince William Co VA.
-7 SIGISMUNDA Foote, b 30 Dec 1796 m1 John ASHTON m2 DR. CHARLES STUART.
-8 Richard Foote, b 30 Nov 1798 m FRANCES GRAYSON.
-9 ALEXANDER Foote, b 18 Aug 1800 m JULIA ANN DANIELS
-10 FREDERICK Foote b 15 Aug 1802, Prince William Co VA m Frances Fitzhugh b ABT 1822 in Falls Church, Fairfax Co Va wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=spot54&id=I23175 ?m2. EDITH ?. possibly shown at ysearch.org/9A9SU

-4-1 Sarah Foote b 1816 VA d 1851
-4-2 Fielding Lewis Foote b 1818 VA d 24 DEC 1845
-4-3 George Foote b 1820 VA d 1855
-4-4 Mary C Foote b 1825 VA d NOV 1859 m Hezekiah William Foote
-4-5 Robert Foote b 1826 VA d 1863
-10-1 Dora Foote b: 1847
-10-2 Ida Foote b: 1849
-10-3 Nannie\Nellie Foote b: 1851
-10-4 Mary Foote b: 1853
-10-5 Lela Foote b: 1855
-10-6 Rose Foote b: 1857
-10-7 Warner or Warren Foote b ABT 1860
-11 EDWIN Foote, b May 09, 1805 m ELEANOR LEE ALEXANDER.
Fo8-3 . John Foote, d June 07, 1728, (died unmarried).
Fo8-4 . Hester Foote, d Bef. 1738; m. John GRANT, August 17, 1727, Stafford County VA.
Fo8-5 . ELIZABETH Foote.
Fo9-6 ELIZABETH Foote, b 27 Oct 1668.
Fo9-7 Mary Foote, b 18 Jan 1669/70; d Oct 1670.
Fo9-8 Hester Foote, b 8 Dec 1672; d 18 Dec 1672.
Fo9-9 GEORGE Foote, b 22 Oct 1673.
Fo9-10 Sarah Foote, b 22 Oct 1674 d 1675, buried St. Bennett Sherehog Church.
Fo9-11 Sarah Foote, b June 27, 1676, bapt. July 9, 1676.
Fo9-12 FRANCIS Foote, b January 08, 1677/78; bapt. January 23, 1677/78; d April 01, 1697, buried April 3.
Fo9-13 Henry Foote, b July 05, 1680, bapt. July 15, 1680.
Fo9-14 MATTHIAS Foote, b December 13, 1683; bapt. December 13, 1683; d July 20, 1684.
Fo10-2. ? Foote, m WALTER FitzWilliams.
Fo10-3 . ? Foote, m Anthony Jenkyn.
Fo10-4 . Joseph Foote moved to Virginia.
??Fo12-2 possibly here: Priscilla Foote b about 1555/?1600 Shalford/Stalford Essex Eng
m Robert Clements b 16 Nov 1544/?1600 Tunbridge Kent
-1 William Clements b 1640 Stamford CT d there 1702.
m Elizabeth
-1-1 Sarah Clements b about 1686 Stamford m Zachariah Dibble b 19 Dec 1667 Stamford d there 22 Jan 1711 -1-1-1 Ebanezer Dibble b 18 Jul 1706 Stamford d there 9 May 1799 m Johanna Bates -1-1-1-1 David Dibble b about 1740 Pawling Dutchess NY d there 1806 m Judah
-1-1-1-1-1 Joel Dibble ancestor of James Lawton Wandell, DNA match of author.
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Berryman Pedigree


As the name is uncommon, it is presumed that the above named John Beryman Be11 and Elizabeth Fulford Fu11 may have had at least one son after the two daughters Ursula b c 1613 and Elizabeth b c 1618 listed in this vistation note of 1620. Said John Berryman is likely to have been born by 1590, so his parents, John Beryman and Eleanor Upcot would have been born about 1565 and that such son may have been the father of the Benjamin Berryman Be9 b 7 December 1670 in Westmoreland Co. Virginia. It is not certain whether the date 1620 shown was the date of birth or accession to the manor, or the date of pedigree submission and grant of a Coat of Arms, but the latter seems more likely as there were visitations in this decade. This would mean that the fahter of this John Berryman Be11 submitted the pedigree in 1620 or before and by his son, John Berryman Be10 b after 1620.
However, the notes at "bryan2" s.r. claim that John Berryman was the son of William, not John.

Furthermore, that the John of the pedigree below was the latter's son who emigrated either about the time of the rise of Oliver Cromell due to his Royalist sympathies or at the time of Charles II's enthronement due to his Republican sympathies. The former time would have been about the same as John Washington, his neighbor in Virginia (and whose father, Lawrence Washington, was a Royalist) and Nathaniel Pope's son-in-law, and hence seems more likely, as in the latter case he probably would have settled farther up the Potomac. There were also Butler ancestor's among Washington's ancestors, although it may not be the same family. (See also for Fulford.)

//sharpwriters.com/genealogy/berryman.html suggests the John below may have been the son of Daniel BERRYMAN and his wife Elizabeth SPARROWE and that his first wife was Elnor Slee.

A second fragment on the early Berrymans is noted in bryan2:
"John married Sarah Berryman, daughter of Capt. Willam Berryman and Eleanor Hold. Sarah was born in 1637 in Accomack County, Virginia and died before 1711 in Surry County, Virginia.

• Information: 1637, Accomack County, Virginia. Sarah was the daughter of William Berryman who died 1648 Northampton County Virginia, and she was the aunt of Robert Berryman, Clerk of Isle of Wight County Virginia in 1729, and the sister of John Berryman who died 1711 in Surry County Virginia. Her father was a wealthy merchant, and ship owner.
• Proof: 28 Jun 1648, Northampton County, Virginia. Virginia Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-1850
Title Berryman, William.
Publication 1648.
Gen. note Part of index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations (1632-1800)
Note p. 14. Inv. of estate ordered [28 Jan. 1654]
p. 145a-146. Inv. & appr. rec. 23 Oct. 1648.
p. 146-146a. Accounts rec. 28 June 1648.
Note Deeds, Wills, Etc., No. 3, 1645-1651 (Reel 3)
Subject - Personal Berryman, William.
Subject -Geographic Northampton County (Va.)
Genre/Form Estate inventories.
Added Title Virginia wills and administrations."

Said Capt William Berryman is also likely to have been born by 1590 and may have been the brother of the John Beryman aho applied for the coat of Arms in 1620. So the Berryman pedigree can be provisionally written as follows:
Be13. John Beryman b c 1565
m Eleanor Upcot b c 1565
Be12-1 John Beryman b c 1590 granted Coat of Arms 1620
m Elizabeth Fulford b c 1590 dau of Thomas Fulford
-1 Ursula Beryman b c 1613
-2 Elizabeth Beryman b c 1618
Be12 Capt. Willam Berryman b c 1590 d 1648 Northampton County VA
m Eleanor Hold
Be11-2 possibly of this family wasSarah Berryman b c 1630 d. Bef 1711) m John Bryan was b in 1626 in Milltown Malbay, Clare, Munster, Ireland, was christened on 19 Feb 1626 in Milltown Malbay, Clare, Munster, Ireland, and d before 21 Sep 1711 in Norfolk County, Virginia.
Be11 John Berryman born in 1634 in Brugge, Brabant, Belgium and d in 1711 in Surry Co Virginia at age 77. m in 1682 in Norfolk Co Virginia Elizabeth Bryan
Be10 John Berryman b about 1632 in England d 1680 Westmoreland Co. Va. He may be the same John Berryman who was brought over to Accomack Co Va by 1654 by Maj/Col Mile Cary and probably moved to Westmoreland Co after the devastation of the great hurricane in the mid 1660's
m about 1650 Jane/?Rose Tucker b about 1635 dau of John Tucker and Rose Allerton b c 1600
Be9-2 Robert Berryman, Clerk of Isle of Wight County Virginia in 1729
Be9 Major Benjamin Berryman b about 1660 d about 1730
m1 Sarah Booth/?
Butler d c 1708 + 4 ch
m2 1708 Elizabeth Newton wid of Thomas Gilson (Elizabeth left a will and a deposition) dau of
+1 JOhn Blagdon and sarah x or John Butler and Anne Baynham
+1 John Newton b about 1645 in England d before 28 july 1697 in Westmoreland Co Va and Rose ?Allerton/?Sturman/?Gerrard s.b. b about 1645 d 1712. She was the
+2 Thomas Newton b about 1614 Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire Engl. d about 1680 Kingston upon Hull
Be8-1 John Berryman b c 1685 d y (there may be a confusion between this John and the one by the second marriage, the earlier John seems more likely to have died young and that one to have married and had children, although the dates for ch make this relationship more plausible.)
m Behethland Gilson b c 1685 d before 30 Mar 1736 dau of Thomas Sr. Gilson and Elizabeth Newton before 11 Jul 1723 grandau of Beheathland Bernard and Andrew Gilson gr grandau of Mary Beheathland and Capt Thomas Bernard 2nd gr grandau of Capt Robert Beheathland d by 1627 Jamestown Va and Mary Nicholson.
-1 Gilson Berryman d 4 Apr 1749 Stafford Co VA m 1741 Hannah Bushrod Berryman b. ca 1726, d. 1745 Fairfax Co., VA -1-1 John Berryman b 23 Jun 1742 Stafford Co. VA d 16 Apr 1787 Lancaster Co. VA m ca 1761 Martha Newton b.2 Sept 1744, d. bf 16 Apr 1787 -1-1-1 Gilson Newton Berryman b 25 Mar 1762 VA, d. 17 Aug 1836 Fayette Co. KY m Ann Waters Berryman b.2 May 1769 VA, d. 18 Oct 1856 Fayette Co. KY -1-1-1-1 Thomas Alexander Berryman b 31 Jan 1801 Owen Co KY d 12 Dec 1875 Owen Co KY m 4 May 1824 Owen Co., KY, Lucy Harriett Gower b 28 May 1804, Owen Co KY d 21 Aug 1872 Owen Co KY
-1-1-1-2? possibly here was Sarah Berryman m Charles Russell Wolfe son of John/Johannes Wolfe and Mary Ann Stevens
-1-1-1-1-1 Ann Mary Berryman b 12 May 1825 KY d aft 1902 Owen Co KY m 4 Nov 1840 Owen Co KY Daniel S. Adams b 19 Apr 1814 KY d 6 Oct 1902 Owen Co KY
-1-1-1-2-1 Narcissus Catherine Wolfe m Cyrus Reid son of Jesse Reid and Jane Curb
-1-1-1-2-1-1 Joseph Alexander Reid m Lucy Murphy grandmother of Eileen Bentley Miller and Joseph Leroy Bentley, author's DNA matches
Be8-2 Major Benjamin Berryman b c 1675 d 1729 (see his will and inventory) ?=
m1 Sarah Blagdon b 25 Sep 1688 + 2 ch m2 Elizabeth Newton dau of John Newton and Rose Allerton +
-1 Benjamin BERRYMAN, Jr., and
-2 Elizabeth Berryman m William NEWTON, a grandson of the John NEWTON who was Benjamin BERRYMAN's second father-in-law
Be8-3 Anne Berryman b c 1686/?98 d 1750
m1 John BURCH ca 1714
m2 y QUESENBERRY, July 1729
m3 y BLACKWELL, 1732
Be8-4 Elizabeth Berryman b before Sep 1688/?c 1699 d (?after) 1734/5
m1 William Newton b c 1715 d before 1735 son of John Newton and Mary Allerton m2 Charnock Cox Jr. b 5 Jul 1698 in Cople Parish Westmoreland Va d on 26 Jun 1744 in Cople Parish, Westmoreland son of Charnock (Sr.) Cox-5757 and Mary Presley-5756 (MRIN:2782) in 1726 in , Westmoreland, Va.
-1 Elizabeth Newton d m Peter Rust d 29 Jan 1762 son of Samuel Rust and Martha..
-2 Sarah Newton d m Peter Rust d 29 Jan 1762 son of Samuel Rust-6923 and Martha-6932.
-3 William Newton Jr. m Martha Rust d before 1779 dau of Peter Rust-2320 and Elizabeth Newton
-4 Presley Cox b about 1727 in Cople Parish, Westmoreland, Virginia.
-5 Charnock III Cox was b about 1729 in Cople Parish, Westmoreland, Virginia. He d .
-6 Vincent III Cox b in 1732 in , Westmoreland, Virginia. He d in 1800/1810 in , Lincoln, North Carolina. Vincent m Lucinda Abernathy about 1790 Virginia. Lucinda b 1760 in Virginia. She d before 1820 in , Lincoln, North Carolina.
-7 John Cox was b about 1733 in Cople Parish, Westmoreland, Va.
Be8-5 Rose Berryman b 1708 in Westmoreland Co VA, d about 1763 Westmoreland Co
m on 10 Jun 1726 Capt Richard TALIAFERRO b 1703/6 in Essex Co VA d 27 Sep 1748 James City Va son of John (or Zachariah) TALIAFERRO and Sara SMITH, 19 June 1726, Caroline Co, VA son of Zachariah Taliferro. son of Maj John Taliaferro and Sarah Smith grandson of Robert Taliaferro b 11 Nov 1626 Stepny Mdse Engl d 1671 Gloucester Co Va and Katherine Dedman grgrandson of Francis TALYFER b 25 Jan 1589/90 St. Olave's London d 19 Aug 1647 Stepney, Middlesex and Bennett HAIE 2grgrandson of Bartholomew TALIAFERRO and Joane LANE
-1 Sarah TALIAFERRO b 7 Jun 1727 ?Caroline Co Va d 20 Jan 1769 m John Lewis
-2 Benjamin TALIAFERRO b 21 Nov 1728 d 6 Mar 1750/1
-3 Zachariah Taliaferro b 29 Aug 1730 in Goochland or Amherst Co VA d Jun 1797 (? d Apr 1811 SC possibly Sr & Jr) m1 Mary Boutwell/Bouthwell + 12 ch m2 17 Mar 1787 Amherst Co Judith Scott
-4 Richard TALIAFERRO b 15 Feb 1731^/2 d 26 Feb 1731/2
-5 Dr. John TALIAFERRO b 7 Apr 1733 Caroline Co Va d 7 Apr 1821 Wilkinson #Ga m Mary Hardin
-6 Charles TALIAFERRO b 16 JUl 1735 ?Caroline Co d 11 Apr 1798 Amherst Co Va m 13 Apr 1758 Isabella McCulloch
-7 Beheathland TALIAFERRO b 20 May 1738 d after 1813 m about 1760 James Stevens
-8 Peter TALIAFERRO b 12 Feb 1739/40 m Ann Hackley
-9 Elizabeth TALIAFERRO b 2 Nov 1741 m Zachary Hawkins
-10 Rose TALIAFERRO b 2 Nov 1741 m Richard Shakelford
-11 Mary Berryman TALIAFERRO b 16 Oct 1743 m Thomas Wortham
-12 Frances TALIAFERRO b 9 Dec 1745 m 9 Aug 1768 Stafford Co Va Kenelm Cheseldine
-13 Richard TALIAFERRO b 2 Sep 1747, Amherst Co Va Am Rev

-3-1 Charles TALIAFERRO
-3-2 Benjamin TALIAFERRO , Gen.
-3-3 Zachariah TALIAFERRO
-3-4 Richard TALIAFERRO
-3-5 Warren Taliaferrow b 1760 Rockingham Va d 10 Jul 1819 Oglethorpe Ga m Mary Merriwether Gilmer
-3-6 Burton TALIAFERRO
-3-7 Sarah TALIAFERRO
-3-8 Nancy TALIAFERRO
-3-9 John Boutwell TALIAFERRO
-3-10 Mary Boutwell TALIAFERRO
-3-11 Frances TALIAFERRO
-3-12 William TALIAFERRO
-5-1 Elizabeth TALIAFERRO m 22 Oct 1778 Orange Co Va Levi Pruit
-5-2 Richard TALIAFERRO b 1756 d 15 Mar 1781 Battle of Guildford Ct House m Dorcas Perkins
-5-3 Rose TALIAFERRO b about 1760m Joseph Porter
-5-4 Benjamin TALIAFERRO b 1763 m Ada Snow
-5-5 Charles TALIAFERRO b 1766 d 1838 m1 1786 Sallie Burroughs m2 after 1810 Dicie Tucker
-5-6 Anne TALIAFERRO b 1768 d 1864 m Jonathan McCrary
-5-7 Judith TALIAFERRO b about 1775 m Shadick Franklin
-5-8 Mary TALIAFERRO b about 1775
-5-9 Behetheland TALIAFERRO
-5-10 Lucy TALIAFERRO b 29 May 1780 d 28 Feb 1848 m 1797 John Lawrence Smith
-6-1 Richard TALIAFERRO
-6-2 Charles TALIAFERRO
-6-3 Peter TALIAFERRO
-6-4 John TALIAFERRO
-6-5 Zacharias TALIAFERRO
-6-6 Benjamin Berryman TALIAFERRO
-6-7 William TALIAFERRO
-6-8 Sarah Behethland TALIAFERRO b 16 Aug 1774 Amherst Co Va d 1844 Logan Co Ky m 30 Apr 1792 William Loving
-6-9 Roderick TALIAFERRO
-6-10 James TALIAFERRO
-6-11 Rose Berryman TALIAFERRO b 2 Jan 1783 d after 1871 m 18 Dec 1797 Amherst Co Joseph Loving
-8-1 Richard TALIAFERRO b 24 Sep 1762 Culpeper Co Va d 1836 Clermont Co Oh m1 Rebecca Riddle + 7 ch m2 1786 Sarah Jones + 5 ch
-8-2 Zachariah TALIAFERRO b 1764 d 1803
-8-3 Judith TALIAFERRO m y Veetch
-8-4 Sarah TALIAFERRO b 1768 m Thomas Bragg

-3-5-1 Mary E Taliaferro b 10 Mar 1804 Ga m Thomas Firth Rainey Sr. FF DNA match with Jerry Brinson White
-8-1-1 Jefferson TALIAFERRO
-8-1-2 James TALIAFERRO
-8-1-3 Sarah TALIAFERRO
-8-1-4 Kitura TALIAFERRO
-8-1-5 Elizabeth TALIAFERRO
-8-1-6 William TALIAFERRO
-8-1-7 Nancy TALIAFERRO
-8-1-8 Zacharias TALIAFERRO
-8-1-9 Matilda TALIAFERRO
-8-1-10 Lucy TALIAFERRO
-8-1-11 Emily TALIAFERRO
-8-1-12 Jones TALIAFERRO
Be8 Frankey/Frances Berryman b before 1716 in Stafford Co VA, d bet. 1750 - 1760
m 3 Dec 1731 in St Pauls Parish Stafford CoGeorge Foote m George Foote d 3 Dec 1731.
Be7=Fo7 children: see Foote pedigree above Fo7-1 to Fo7-8
Be8-7 Newton Berryman dy.
Be8-8 James Berryman b 1716 Westmoreland Co
m?1 Sarah Bushrod dau of John Bushrod-7213 and Hannah Keene
m?2 1752 Sarah Dishman b before 1737 d after 1764 dau of John Dishman and Frances Sandford
-1 James Berryman Jr b 8 Mar 1764 d 23 May 1812 Fayette Co Ky
Be8-9 William Berryman b c 1713/?25 Westmoreland Co VA d there30 Mar 1784
m 10 Sep 1743 Rebecca Vowles dau of Richard Vowles and Ann Waters.
-1 Benjamin Berryman-7218 d .
-2 Thomas Newton Berryman d .
-3 John Berryman d
-4 Thomas Berryman d
-5 Gerrard Berryman d
-6 Winifred Berryman b 1757 d 1798 m 1778 John Monroe b before 1758 d after 1778 Ky
-7 Elizabeth Berryman d
-8 Thomas Berryman d
-9 Waters Berryman d
-10 Francis Berryman d
-11 Josias Berryman
Be8-10 Sarah Berryman d m William Douglas d son of Joseph Douglas and Peneope Morris -1 Benjamin Douglas b before 1746 Charles Co Md d after 1747
-2 Joseph Douglas b before 1747 Charles Co Md
Be8-11 Catherine/Kate Berryman b c 1714 m y Nowles/Knowles d
m 31 Dec 1731 Westmoreland Co Richard Vowles son of Richard Vowles and Ann Waters
Be8-12 Henry Berryman dy.
Be8-13 John Berryman b 1722 d before he became of age (there may be a confusion between this John and the one by the first marriage, the earlier John seems more likely to have died young and this one to have married and had children) -1 Gilson BERRYMAN b about 1720 d 4 Apr 1749
Be8-14 Maximillian Berryman b c 1723 d 22 May 1812 when he signed his will and 22 June 1812 when it was proved. The property that Maximilian inherited from his father was in King George Co Va at a "place called the Marsh." This land is located just southwest of the Warrenton-Fauquier Airport on Route 602. Although we do not know exactly when he went to Fauquier Co we believe it was quite early. The county was organized in 1759 and we feel sure that he was there at that time.
m1 Mary TALIAFERRO + 9 ch the dau of Robert TALIAFERRO and Elizabeth MATHEWS
m2 Hannah x
-1 John Berryman, m Elizabeth Berryman
-2 Benjamin Berryman, m 1 April 1775 Anna BRYAN
-3 Robert Berryman, d 1776
-4 Charles Berryman b about 1760 Fauquier Co d 1832 Madison Co GA m1 13 Nov 1787 Surry Co NC Nancy Tate ?+ 2 ch m2 8 Jun 1789 in Va Nancy Moore Settle BRAGG b c 1770 dau of William BRAGG b 1755 d 1834) and Ruthy ?Settle/Moore b 1760 d 1844
-5 Elizabeth Berryman, m Battaley BRYAN
-6 Mary Berryman, m John SMITH
-7 Sarah Berryman
-8 William Berryman m 28 Jun 1798, Fauquier Co Elizabeth KING, VA
-9 James Berryman, m 13 March 1812 Susanna KENNY,
-10 Daniel Berryman, m 24 Nov 1821 Rutha KENNY
-11 Zachariah Berryman, d 1815, Fauquier Co, VA
-12 Catherine Berryman, m 7 Jan 1824 William FUGGITT/?Fugate
-13 Agnes (Aggae) Berryman
-14 George Berryman

-4-1 Charles Tabor Berryman b 10 April 1812, d 16 August 1896, m Elizabeth RAY 14 October 1840
-4-2 Rutha T. Berryman m 3 Aug 1830 Madison Co GA Alford McDUFF
-4-3 Frances (Frankey) Berryman m 18 December 1830 William THOMPSON
-4-4 Wilson Penn Berryman b 12 March 1817 d June 1871 m1 14 May 1840 Nancy SMITH + 7 ch m2 2 February 1854 Susan GLORE + 1 ch dau of Abner GLORE m3 Elizabeth Jane DEAN + 5 ch dau of Jeptha DEAN b 1812 and Melinda MERCER b 1814
-4-5 Nancy S. Berryman b 28 July 1818, d 7 May 1896, m William P. HENDRIX.
-4-6 Robert Washington Berryman b 1824, m Sarah C. Bowers 9 August 1849.
-4-7 Elizabeth (Betsey) Caroline Berryman b 2 Jan 1824, d 5 October 1905, bur Vanna Methodist Church Cem Hart Co GA m Joseph BALLINGER, 23 Nov 1843
-4-8 Anna Manning Berryman

-4-4-1 Frances C. Berryman b 1841, m 8 Nov 1858 Oliver DEAN Madison Co, GA, son of Jeptha DEAN and Melinda MERCER
-4-4-2. Martha (Patti) Berryman b 1842, d 27 Sep 1924, m GRAHAM
-4-4-3. Sarah Berryman b 1844
-4-4-4. Charles T. Berryman b 1846
-4-4-5. Nancy Ann Berryman b 1849 m 29 Dec 1870 Barton BURNETT Hart Co, GA
-4-4-6. William Berryman b Aug 1850
-4-4-7. Rutha Berryman b 1853 m Joe Queen
-4-4-8 Joseph Lumpkin Berryman b 8 Nov 1854 d 13 Dec 1924 m Rhoda C VAUGHN 15 Dec
-4-4-9 Robert Lee Berryman b 4 May 1864 Madison Co, GA d 20 Jan 1920, bur Mill Shoal Baptist Church, Madison Co, GA m Ellen BOWERS.
-4-4-10 Maximillian Roberson Smith Berryman b 21 Aug 1865 Madiosn Co, GA; d Oct 1944, buried Mill Shoal Baptist Church, Madison Co, GA; m 16 Feb 1890, Madison Co, GA, Fanny CHRISTIAN (1875-1964), daughter of John W CHRISTIAN and Lucy Ann MOORE.
-4-4-11 Lawyer Jasper Berryman b 14 Jun 1868 Madison Co, GA d 1 Oct 1909, Madison Springs, Madison Co, GA, buried Jones Chapel, Madison Co, GA; m 10 Dec 1893, Madison Co, GA, Alice Melinda Frances GUEST (1868-1939), the daughter of James GUEST and Mary M. BOND. PICTURES
-4-4-12 Doctor Newton Berryman b 14 Jun 1868 Madison Co, GA d 24 Jun 1944, bur Rohoboth Baptist Church, Elbert Co, GA; m Della GINN (1877-1955)
-4-4-13 Lemuel Wilson Berryman b 18 May 1870 Madison Co, GA m1 3 Oct 1891 Ella DEAN m2 Fannie AARON

-4-4-11-1 Dupree Berryman b 4 Dec 1894, Madison Co, GA d 4 Dec 1895, Madison Co, GA bur Jones Chapel Cem Madison Co GA
-4-4-11-2 Hoyt Newton Berryman b 19 Dec 1895, Danielsville, Madison Co, GA d 20 Aug 1973 Tyler, TX bur Rose Hill Cem Tyler TX m1 4 Sep 1926 Josephine HOWELL Hunt Co TX m2 Clara Mae White
-4-4-11-3 Clara Bell Berryman b 31 Mar 1897, Madison Co, GA d 9 Oct 1978, Anderson, SC; buried Salem Church, Franklin Co, GA m General Gordan HILL
-4-4-11-4 Cleo Patra Berryman b 23 Jun 1898, Madison Co, GA d 10 Dec 1972 bur Moon's Grove Cemetery, Madison Co, GA m Vester V. ALEWINE
-4-4-11-5 Eva Mae Berryman b 18 Dec 1899, Madison Co, GA d 21 Nov 1991, Athens GA buried Gordan's Chapel Cem Madison Co GA m Turin FROST
-4-4-11-6 Theodore Roosevelt Berryman b 12 Sep 1901, Madison Co, GA d 1 Aug 1977, Madison Co GA buried Mill Shoal Baptist Church Cem m 18 Feb 1923 Ellen COILE
-4-4-11-7 Olivia Carlton Berryman b 5 Oct 1903, Madison Co GA d 18 Aug 1991 bur New Hope Holiness Cemetery, Madison Co GA m Ezra FOWLER
-4-4-11-8 Hervin Thomas Berryman b 2 Mar 1905, Madison Co GA d 26 Nov 1989 bur New Hope Holiness Cemetery, Madison Co, GA m1 Aug 1930 Georgia T. PHILIPPS, m2 Sue CHASTAIN
-4-4-11-9 William Tally Berryman b 10 Jan 1907, Madison Co GA d 2 Nov 1908 Madison Co, GA bur Jones Chapel Cem Madison Co, GA
-4-4-11-10 Lawyer Taft Berryman b 31 Mar 1909, Madison Co GA d 6 Jul 1970 bur Mill Shoal Baptist Church Cem Madison Co, GA m Annie Bell HOUSE
Chronolgy of Maj. Benjamin Berryman's life:
1670, December 7 - Benjamin Berryman Be10 b to John Berriman Be11 and wife ____. (If Benjamin was 21 when he came of age. See Benjamin Berryman vs John Harvey, July 27, 1692) Westmoreland Co.
1679, December 11 - Benjamin's father, John Berryman, writes(?) & signs his will. Northern Neck Land records
1689, November 8 - Benjamin Berryman witness to John Harveys purchase of land in Stafford Co. from Francis Dade. Recorded November 9, Stafford Court. (Benjamin 18 yrs. old, if b Dec 7, 1670)
1690/1, January 17 - Benj. Berryman giveth for his mark, a swallow forke in ye right eare and a nick under ye swallow forke with an underkeele of ye left ear. Recorded in the Stafford County Court on this date. (Also recorded in Westmoreland Co.?)
1691/2, January 28 - Benjamin Berryman vs. John Harvey as marrying (Jane) the Relict and Administratrix of John Berryman. John Harvey ordered to put Mr. Benjamin Berryman in possession of three full fourths parts of the estate of his deceased father. Mr. Wm. Horton, Mr. Nehemiah Stark & Mr. John Washington are requested to go to the house of Mr. John Harvey on Wednesday next to see the same performed. Westmoreland Court
1691/2. January 29 - Benjamin Berryman on jury. Alexander Webster arrested to answer Andrew Read. Alexr. Webster was to deliver 80 lbs. of salt for value of 800 lbs. tobacco. Jury finds that the defendant shall pay the plaintiff ten bushels of salt and 100 lbs. tob. damages. Following this date Webster & Read reached a private agreement, then later, another suit. Other jury members: Benj. Blanchflower, John Yarp, John Tramell, Boswell Bailey, Patrick Muckleroy, Walter English, John Barton, Robt. Moss, Tho. Crane, Alexander Gordon and Wm. Watkins. Westmoreland Court
Before 1691, June 5 - Benjamin Berryman Be10 marriedSarah Butler Bu10, daughter ofAnn Baynham Ba11 andJohn Butler Bu11. Sarah was the granddaughter ofAnn Baldridge Ba12 andAlexander Baynham Ba12. (In Ann Baynham Butler Webster Baylys 1732 will, she names as her grandaughters; Elizabeth Berryman Newton Cox & Ann Berryman Burch Quesenberry Blackwell, who were daughters of Benjamin Berryman & Sarah Berryman.) Married Westmoreland Co.?
1691, June 5 - Sarah Berryman Bu10 witness to (the following) land sale.
1691, October 5 - Benjamin Berryman present with Original Brown at Anne Baynham Butler Websters acknowledgement of her right of Dower to 500 acres in Stafford Co. sold to Mr. Wm. Briscoe of Bristol, England, Mariner. (This was land given Anne by her grandmother Dorothy Baldridge on June 8, 1662.) Also present were Alexander Webster (Annes second husband) and Caleb Butler (Believed to be Annes brother-in-law, "and" half-brother or step-brother through her mother Anne Baldridge Baynham's second husband Thomas Butler). Anne Webster appoints beloved friend, Capt. John Washington, her Lawful Attorney. Recorded Oct 7, 1691. Stafford Co.
1692, July 27 - John Harvey ordered to immediately deliver three full fourths of John Berrymans personal estate (on August 8, 1692). And also all the rents, issues and profits that have accrued by the Mill since Benjamin Berryman came of age December 7, last, & two thirds of the lands whereon his father lived. Westmoreland Court
1692, August 8 - John Harvey to deliver John Berrymans estate, etc. (see above)
1692, September 28 - Mr. John Harvey was arrested to answer (Westmoreland Court Clerk) James Westcomb in an act of defamation (in court) regarding certain lands and estate ofJohn Berriman Be11. Harvey did declare these false, feigned, scandalous and opprobrious words: You doe read and inform the court with a false order for I have seen a copy of an order issued out of the office differing from that in substance . . . Judgement is granted Westcomb for 500 lbs Sterling (sic, tobacco?). Westmoreland Court
1693/4, January 28 - Benj. Berryman given deed to 400 acres by Mr. William Horton. (This was) John Berrymans 400 acres (of forest land which was) formerly seated by him, also Horton gives 100 acres to John Franklin and by his, (Hortons) last Will & Test. devising the remainder of the said land (yet) undisposed, to Jane Overhall (Overall) and William Whitehouse. Westmoreland Co.
1693/4, February 28, - Mr. Wm. Horton produced an agreement or covenant in writing made from him to Mr. Benjamin Berryman concerning a parcel of land and acknowledged the same. (the above 400 acres) Westmoreland Court
1694, October 31 - Mr. John Harvey produced . . . three receipts under the hand of Benjamin Berryman and a discharge or release of all further claim to any part of his fathers estate. Westmoreland Court
1695, June 27 - Benjamin Berriman sworn as Grand Juror for the succeeding year. Other Jurors: Benja. Blanchflower, Wm. Hammock, John Gardner, sr., Samll Earle, junr., James Colman, John Hemmore, Jno. Tucker, John Pie, John Cannda, James Paine, Wm. Staford, Tobias Butler, John Jones, Francis Williams, Elias Morris, Samuel Rust and Samuel Bonum. Westmoreland Court
1695/6, February 28 - Benj. Berryman, George Weedon and Samll Thompson to appraise the estate of John Jones. John Jones will, Mary Jones, relict, administrator, she was ordered to return a full inventory (of the estate). Westmoreland Co.
1697, March 31 & April 1 - Benjamin Berryman witnesses sale of 60 acres of land from James Neale to Michael Webb of Westmoreland. Part of 400 acres on Upper Machoticke River, next to Benjamin Berryman, from Lord to Neale by (wedding) gift November 28, 1687 - Westmoreland Co.
1699, April 26 - Phillipp Dowling, servant to Benj. Berryman was presented to the Court for judgment of his age divided opinions referred to next Court. Westmoreland Court
1699, May 31 - Phillipp Dowling, adjudged 15 years of age, ordered to serve Benj. Berryman according to law. Westmoreland Court
1699, May 31 - Benj. Berryman (was) summoned to appear at April Court to take oath and office of Grand Jurymen (and was) adjourned over to this day and (is) now sworn into office and charged accordingly. Westmoreland Court
1699, October 13 -Mr. Benjamin Berryman and Mr.Nathl Pope attorneys for Mr. John Pratt of Westmoreland Co. for deciding whether or not Price had unjustly detained Christian Contee (now called John Jonneways) as a servant. Court rules Contee did on his own free will and voluntarily bound himself to Pratt. Pres. Thos Palmer & Martin Campbell. Stafford Court
1700, April 9 - Benj. Berryman acknowledges land sale (with John Harvey!) from William Fitzhugh of Stafford, Gent. 300 acres to Thomas Gilson of Westmoreland Co. land in Stafford from Jonas Rivett, jr. son of Jonas Rivett of Stafford, part of G. Dodsons 1600 acres. (Bounds) south on mouth of Upper Machotick east on PotomacNE on a small creek. Stafford Co.
1700, May 29 - Verbal nuncupative Will of Phillipp Thomas. Administration granted to Benja. Berryman and Natl Pope, Gent. in the right of their wives (Sarah Butler Berryman & Jane Browne Pope), Legatees to Phillip Thomas. Mr. Richard Craddunck (to deliver) to Benja. Berryman and Natl Pope, most of the estate in his possession. Westmoreland Co.
1700, May 29 - Benjamin Berryman, Gent., appointed Surveyor of the Highways for the uppermost precincts of Washington Parish and ordered well and sufficiently to clear all roads within his precinct and amend the same where need requires by making or mending bridges therein. Westmoreland Court
1700, June 26 - William Booth offered to prove a nuncupative Will of Phillip Thomas in reversal of the Will formerly proved by Benja. Berryman and Nathl Pope, Gent., which upon hearing proved very doubtful and ambiguous. William Booth relinquished his right thereto and the probate to Berryman and Pope is confirmed. Westmoreland Court
1700, June 26 - Judgement is granted Richard Cradunck against Benjamin Berryman and Nathl. Pope, administrators of Phillipp Thomas for 1520 lbs. tobacco due by account. Westmoreland Court
1700/1, February 22 - Benjamin Berryman leases for 99 years, 260 acres of land from James Neale of MDUpper Machotick creeksidepart of a (re)patent of 400 acres granted Neale in 1695. Westmoreland Co.
1700/1, March 12 - John Harveys Will. I leave (to) my Loving wife Jane (nee? Butler Berryman Harvey) my Executrix all my personal estate in Virginia and England it is my will that Benjamin Berryman shall not be concerned neither him or his, to any part or parcel of my estate. Date proved, written Dec 5, 1700. Stafford Court
1701, November 18 - b Berryman presence to Sarah (dau. of Rose Tucker) Fitzhughs acceptance of various goods, money, land in England, plate, cattle, sheep hogs, household furniture, etc. in lieu of pretensions to any of estate of William Fitzhugh. Pres. Clerk John Waugh, Rice Hooe. Stafford Co.
1702/3, February 11 - Benj. Berryman presence when Nathaniel Pope, a Practioner in Law and an attorney of Westmoreland Co., is named attorney for Nicholas Brent. Stafford Co.
1702, November 25 - Sarah Berryman, wife of Capt. Benjamin Berryman, willed 3 half crown pieces by William Booth who names his good friend Alexr. Webster as overseer of his estate. Date proved. Westmoreland Co.
1702, November 27 - Benjamin Berryman, Gent. is appointed Surveyor of the Highways for uppermost precincts of Washington Parish viz. From the Ashen Swamp to Jordans Bridge and from Sharps Bridge downwards, all the usual roads within that precinct. It is ordered that he cause all the roads to be cleared from all logs or trees fallen and lying in or cross the same and also to cause all bridges within the same to be well and sufficiently repaired and amended and new bridges made where necessity shall require. And it is further ordered that the Vestry of the parish do appoint the workmen to help in clearing the roads and amending the bridges. George Weedon, Gent. is appointed surveyor for that precinct of Washington Parish where Mr. Benja. Berrymans precinct doth end and all the roads as low as Washington Mill. (Rosiers Creek)

1702/3, March 2 - (It was) recommended by the Justices that Benj. Berryman be then recommended to be added to the Commission. Westmoreland Court

1703, March 31 - Benja. Berryman and Nathaniel Pope witnesses to Samuel Reeds Will, (land division) sons William Reed and John Reeds. Westmoreland Co.

1703, April 26 - Benjamin Berryman (administers) commisson(s) to Francis Wright, Alexander Spence, Willoughby Newton, Lewis Markham, Charles Ashton, Henry Ashton, Caleb Butler, John Sturman, Gerrard Hutt, George Weedon, John Elliot, Andrew Monroe, John Bushrod and Burdet Ashton, Gents. as Justices of Westmoreland County. Fra. Nicholson, (Clerk?) Dedimus for administering the oaths.

1703, May 26 - Benjamin Berryman and Gerrard Hutt, Gent. administers the oaths to Francis Wright and Lewis Markham, Gent., who (in turn) administered the oaths (to the rest of the above named).

1703, May 26 - Benj. Berryman, Gent. and Henry Ashton assuming to be securities with Burdit Ashton, Gent., Sheriff. Westmoreland Co.

1703, May 27 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1703, June 17 - Benj. Berryman - Captain, Her Majestys Colony and dominion of Virginia. Westmoreland

1703, June 30 - Benj. Berryman and Charles Ashton assumed a 20,000 lb. tobacco bond for performance (of) Ann Foster, relict of Robert Foster, appearance in Probate Court. Westmoreland Court

1703, September 29 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1703, September 30 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1703, October 28 - Benj. Berryman witnesses (twice) Elizabeth Hart & Margaret Hart, jrs estate division of their deceased father Mr. Edward Hart. Includes (to Eliza.) 1 case of pistols & holsters, household utensils, beds & coverings, 1 sword, 1 bayonet, cattle, material, 333 (lbs) tobacco. (to Margt.) utensils, pots & pans, cattle, horse, 2 male servants with 6 yrs. to serve, material, three thousand 8d nails, 333 lbs. tobacco. Also signed by George Weedon, Thos. Weedon & Charles Ellis. Stafford Co.

1703, December 29 - Benjamin Berryman Justice in Westmoreland Court. Issued cert. for 340 acres of land to Wm. Cohoreen.

1703, December 30 - Benjamin Berryman Justice in Westmoreland Court. Issued cert. for 200 acres of land to George Weedon, Gent.

1703, December 30 - Benjamin Berryman Justice in Westmoreland Court. Issued cert. for 350 acres of land to George John Elliott, Gent.

1703, December 30 - Benjamin Berryman Justice in Westmoreland Court. Issued cert. for 200 acres of land to Caleb Butler, Gent.

1703, December 30 - Benjamin Berryman Justice in Westmoreland Court. Issued cert. for 150 acres of land to Edward Barrow, Gent.

1703/4, January 13 - At a Court of Oyer and Terminer at the Westmoreland Courthouse. Justices present: Alexr. Spence, Charles Ashton, Henry Ashton, Caleb Butler, John Sturman, Benj. Berryman, John Elliott, Andrew Munro, John Bushrod. (As per) an Act for the more speedy procecution of slaves committing capital crimes. Negro Tom, having been found guilty by a commission dated, 8 Dec. 1703, (for being present when) John Moore a late servant of James Orchard (Moore) did, with a falling axe, of the value of one shilling sterling make one blow on the hinder part of his head and one other mortal wound on the breast bone instantly (Orchard) fell to the ground and there immediately died. For which (crime) John Moore having been tried, convicted and had judgement according to the law ... Tom aiding, assisting, consenting, agreeing and helping did conceal and keep private for three days from 22 July until 25th day of said month contrary to the faith and honour he ought to bear to his master. it is ordered that the Sheriff tomorrow morning by twelve of the clock take the Negro Tom and convey him to the place of execution and hang or cause Tom to be hanged by the neck till he is dead.

1703/4, January 13 - Benja. Berryman takes oath of Justice, Westmoreland County.

1703/4, February 23 - Benjamin Berryman, Francis Wright, Alexr. Spence, Lewis Markham, Charles Ashton, Henry Ashton, Caleb Butler, Andrew Monro, John Bushrod, Gent., Justices of the Peace. Col. Rice Hooe . . . petition(s) to build a water grist mill at and upon the head of the Upper Machotique Creek. . . . (Hooe wants) an acre of land on this (Westmoreland) side belonging to Mr. Francis Thorn and Anne, his wife, which is granted . . . (Court) ordered Capt. Charles Ashton and Mr. Daniel Field do lay out and value the same. Westmoreland Court

1703/4, February 23 - Capt. Benj. Berryman - Land Certificate Granted - in open court by an act of assbly a certificate is granted to Benjamin Berryman for 200 acres of land by President Francis Wright an unclaimed 4 person headright. (Washington Ancestors, Vol.1) Westmoreland Court

1704, April 25 - Benj. Berryman attorney for George Downing and wife Ann in sale of land to John Baker. Westmoreland Co.

1704, May 13 - Benja. Berryman takes oath of Justice, Westmoreland County.

1704, May 31 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1704, May 31 - James Neale of Maryland acknowledges lease of land to Benja. Berryman.

1704, July 26 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1704, July 27 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1704, August 31 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1704, September 25 - Benja. Berryman witness (to) Margaret (nee Field) Hart of Stafford, widow of Mr. Edward Hart, to her child, Margaret Hart, jr., 350 acres now in the tenure & occupation of Jane Overall, at the head of upper Merchotic (Machodoc) Cr. in Washington Parish. Westmoreland Co.

1704, September 26 - Benjamin Berryman witness (to) Margaret Hart, to her child Elizabeth Hart, 229 acres called the Quarter plantation. Head of Upper Machotick in Washington Parish. Westmoreland Co.

1704, September 27 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1704, September 12 & 13 - Benj. Berryman named in a letter of attorney by George McCaines of Lancaster, Co., Kingdom of England, (as an) Agent to Mr. Robt. Lawson & Co. Merchants. Presence: Richard Foote & Henry Conner. Stafford Co.

1704, November 8 - Benj. Berryman attorney for Col. George Mason. Berryman made motion to record this bond. Stafford Court

1704/5, January 13 - Benja. Berryman at Court of Oyer and Terminer at Westmoreland Courthouse.

1704/5, February 1 - Benj. Berryman to appraise estate of George Thorn, (whose wife is) Frances. Westmoreland Co.

1704/5, February 27 - Benja. Berryman, Tho. Weedon & Jno. Washington inventory (per) order of January 31, 1704/5 for George Thorne, Senr. Sworn by Frances Thorn February 28. Westmoreland Co.

1704/5, February 28 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1704/5, March 1 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1705, March 20 - Benjamin Berryman & William Grace witness James Phillip of St. Mary's Parish in Richmond Co.'s acknowledgment of 100 lbs. Sterling debt to Mr. John Shropshire of Westmoreland Co. Richmond Co. Deeds

1705, March 28 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1705, April 21 & 25 - Benja. Berryman their good & trusty friend depute (named) attorney by George and Ann Downing to acknowledge sale of 200 acres to John Baker. Land purchased (previously) from Robert Alexander. Recorded May 4, 1705. Westmoreland Co.

1705, April 25 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1705, April 26 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1705, April 27 - Benjamin Berryman and Willoughby Allerton, Justices in Westmoreland Court. (They are told) of Mary Carters malitiously and scandalously abusing the Court by uttering, speaking and publishing many false, scandalous, malitious and offrontive words and speaches . . .lessening the reputation and esteem of Her Majesties Justices. She was fined 10 lbs. Sterling or 2000 lbs. tobacco

1705, May 4 - Benja. Berryman signs agreement to 400 acres (see Jan 28, 1693/4) gives Thomas Thompson P.O.A. (letter of attorney) Recorded on May 30. Westmoreland Co.

1705, May 30 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1705, May 30 - Benj. Berryman appointed to take the list of tythables for the upper precinct of Washington Parish for this present year. Westmoreland Court

1705, May 31 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1705, August 29 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1705, August 30 - Benjamin Berryman present in Westmoreland Court - Justice.

1705/6, March 10 - Benj. Berryman presence with Nathaniel Pope (when) Richard Hatfield, a servant, is indentured to Burr. Harrison. Stafford Court

1706, April 10 - Benj. Berryman named Attorney for Bristol, England, Merchants, to receive accounts due from Phillip Alexanders estate. Stafford Court

1706, November 8 - County Levy to be paid to Benja. Berryman, Gent. per two wolves heads assigned him: 400 lbs. tobacco. Westmoreland Co.
1707, March 26 - Benjamin Berryman present at Westmoreland Court. Also present, Francis Wright Charles Ashton, Lewis Markham, Caleb Butler, John Sturman, John Elliott, Andrew Monroe, John Bushrod and George Eskridge, Gentlemen Justices.
1707, (Sept 24?) - Benjamin Berryman, Gent. for said service (for his (care?) about the new courthouse) per John Sturmans act 1500 lbs of tobacco. Benjamins 1000 lbs of tobacco (?). Westmoreland Co.
1707/8, February 10 - Capt. Benjamin Berryman on behalf of Rice Hooe. (see below) Stafford Court
1707/8, February 11- Capt. Benjamin Berryman on behalf of Rice Hooe, Gent. Hooe relinquishes one half (a tract of) land in Stafford to Thomas Gilson, Jr. (Rice Hooe & Thomas Gilson, Sr. were partners with right of survivorship). The said land was where Thomas Gilson, Sr. settled David Lewis. Thomas Derrick is reserved the other half part. Also present on the 10 th, Jos. Sumner, Jr. Stafford Court
1707/8, February 25 - Capt. Benja. Berryman swears before him, appraisers of Wm. Cohoren (estate), Danl Field, Benja. Weedon & David Brown. (Date appraisal returned.) Westmoreland Co.
1708 - Benjamin Berryman named Commissioner of Peace for Westmoreland Co.
1708, April 6 - b Berryman presence to indenture between William Robinson of Richmond (Co.?) & Danl. McKarty of Westmoreland Co. Also present William Breton & Paul Micou. Stafford (Court?)
1708, April 13 - Benj. Berryman offered . . . one lot or half acre of land in (the new) Marlbro Town. Recorded April 14, 1708 Stafford Court
1708, April 14 - Benj. Berryman presence to William Robinson land sale to Daniel McKarty. Stafford Court
1708, May 26 - Benja. Berryman and Francis Smith witness to John Spencer, Gent. Spencer authorizes . . . Nathl Pope (as) my attorney for sale (of) 200 acres to Joseph Taylor. The land in Cople parish nigh King Copsco. Westmoreland Co.
1708, September 29 - Benj. Berryman present at Westmoreland Court. Also present, Francis Wright Charles Ashton, Lewis Markham, Caleb Butler, John Bushrod, and George Eskridge, Gentlemen Justices.
1708, October 18 - Stephen Thompson, Esq. Attorney General of Virginia desires Benjamin Berryman in behalf of the Queen, to prosecute in Stafford County, Mr. John Pratt, the Younger, who since being bound to the Queen for 500 lbs. Sterling, for his good behaviour, has made several breaches of the peace. This shall be your warrant, besides, it will be an obligation to ye aforesd Friend and servt. (signed) S. Thompson. (This) P.O.A. from S. Thompson to Benjamin Berryman ordered recorded and is recorded the 12th day of January 1708/9. Stafford Co. Court
1708/9, February 21 - Benja. Berryman swears before him appraisers for estate of William Rush, deced., Elizabeth Rush, relict. Appr.: Thomas Weedon, John Bernard & Thomas Butler. Westmoreland Co.
1708/9, March 8 & 9 - Benj. Berryman attests to delivery of land from Richard Ayliff of Stafford, Planter, to William Fitzhugh, 200 acres where Richard Ayliff now liveth, purchased from Robert (Howson?) Stafford Co.
1708/9, March 21 -Appraisers estate of Manuel Ham sworn before Benj. Berryman. (also present) Stephen Latham, Hugh Lannady, Jno. Thomas and Sarah Ham. Westmoreland Court
1712, June 12 - Benjamin Berryman, Gentleman Justice for Westmoreland Co. with Henry Ashton.
1712, June 25 - Benj. Berryman, Joseph Bayly and other Gentl. Justices at Westmoreland Court.

1713, June 24 - Inventory of John Jones sworn before Benjamin Berryman at Westmoreland Court.
1713 (?) - To paid: Major Benja. Berryman for Elizabeth (Berryman?) Newtons (Bill?) From the account of administration of [1] Benjamin Newtons Will. VA History Mag. - Newton Genealogy.
1714 - Benja. Berryman, Justice of Peace of Westmoreland Co.
1715, April 25 - Benja. Berryman, Sheriff of Westmoreland Co.
1715, June 3 - Benjamin Berryman one of six Justices present. Robert Alworthy on trial for Supition of his, the said Alworthys, feloniously stealing a Pulpitt Cloath out of the church in Appamattox in Washington Parish and making it into a pair of britches. (Court) ordered conveyed (the) said Robert Alworthy to the Publique Goal at the City of Williamsburg in order to his tryall for the said Crime. Wm. & Mary & Westmoreland Co. Orders. Westmoreland Court
1716/17, January 22 - James Berryman b to Benjamin & Elizabeth Berryman. (Dishman Family Bible Record.) Westmoreland Co.
1717/18, March 5 - Capt. Benj. Berryman of Westmoreland Co. granted 663 acres near a place called the Marsh (Marsh Run). Surveyed by Capt. Edwd. Barrow. (This land was willed to Benjamins son, Maximillian Berryman and is near Warrenton & Bealton, Fauquier Co.) Northern Neck Land Grants
1719 - Benja. Berryman - Sheriff of Westmoreland Co. Appointed by Gov. Alex. Spotswood.
1720/21, February 20 - Benja. Berryman at Westmoreland County Court, took Oath as Justice in
Queen Annes Reign with Augustine Washington and later ordered the Court be adjourned till tomorrow morning at eight of the clock.
1720/21, February 22 - Benja. Berryman adjourned Court, until eight of the clock, the following day.
1720/21, February 23 - Westmoreland Court adjourned until the last Wednesday in March, next. (March 2?, 1720/21, Court sessions held a month apart?)
1720/21, March 1 - Paid to Major Benjamin Berryman, a lawyers fee of 1. 19. 0 (1 lb. 19 shillings from) the estate of Mr. Thomas Fitzhugh, decd. On (the) oath of Henry Fitzhugh, Gent. Recorded date. Richmond Co
1722, April 20 - Dorothy Spillers Will written. She gives my little companion, William Berryman most of her estate, leaving it in the care of Benjamin Berryman, Williams father. Mentions her good friend Elizabeth Berryman (Benjamins wife) and grandchildren Verlinda, Jane & John (Spiller?). Will proved November 1722. Westmoreland Co.
1723/4, January 13 - Benjamin Berryman leases (buys) 57 ½ acres from John Overall, grandson of Jane Overall. (This land was willed to Jane Overall by Wm. Horton & was adjacent to John Berrymans forest land and the 57 ½ acres of John Whitehouse.) Westmoreland Co
1723/4, January 15 - John Overhall sells Benja. Berryman above land for 20 lb. Sterling. Was supposedly 100 acres found to contain only 57 ½ acres. Wit. Orlando Payne, Beheathland Berryman & David McGill Westmoreland Co.
1724, April 8 - Benjamin Berryman, Gent. acknowledges land sale w/power of attorney from Prior Smallwood unto George Mason, Gent. for 3000 lb. Tobacco and w/power of attorney, acknowledges Elizabeth Smallwoods release of dower to the 200 acres of land on Cockpit Point. Present: Wm. Taliaferro, Richd Hubbard. Stafford Court
1724, May 13 - Benjamin & Elizabeth Berryman present at Elizabeths release (of her dower) for 5 shillings, 1/3 of (deceased first husband) Thomas Gilsons 850 acres of land on the Mouth of Upper Machotick Creek, to Behethland Berryman (her stepdaughter), Thomas Gilsons only daughter and heir at law. (Behethland was the widow of John Berryman, Benjamins first son named John by his first wife, Sarah Butler Berryman). Present: G. Turberville & Geo. Brent. Stafford Court
1724, May 22 -Behethland Gilson Berryman to deliver 14 Negroes to Benjamin Berryman for 100 pounds Sterling. Indenture date. Stafford Co.
1724, May 27 - Benjamin Berryman makes mocon (motion, that above) land sale of January 13, 1724 be recorded. Westmoreland Court
1724, June 4 - Behethland Berryman acknowledges above indenture in Stafford Court. This was part of the estate settlement of Thomas Gilson, Sr., her father. Behethland states she is his only daughter and surviving heir. (Her brother, Thomas Gilson, Jr., d after 1707 & before above date.) 1724, June 8 - John Overall & Mary his wife convey land to Benjamin Berryman and at the instance of the sd. Berryman is admitted to Record. Test. Tho: Sorrell, Cl. Westmoreland Court
1725/6, February 11 - Behethland Berryman delivers 15 Negroes to Benjamin & Elizabeth Berryman per indenture dated May 22, 1724. Acknowledged by Behethland in Stafford Co. Court, April 13, 1726. Stafford Co.
1726, June 10 - Rose Berryman, (Benjamin & Elizabeth Berrymans daughter) marries Capt. Richard Taliaferro. (Custom was that the bride marry at her parents home.) Westmoreland Co.
1726 - Benjamin Berryman, Coroner (1 of 3) & Justice of the Peace (1 of 11) Westmoreland Co.
1728, May 14 - Benjamin Berryman (re: Sept 25th land from Anthony Thornton.) Westmoreland Co.
1728, May 30 - Benja. Berryman indenture to Benja Berryman, junr. (re: June 7, 1728 land.) Westmoreland Co.
1728, June 6 - Benjamin Berryman (re: Sept 25th land from Anthony Thornton.) Westmoreland Co.
1728, June 7 - Benj. Berryman of the parish of Washington, Westmoreland Co. a transfer of a Grant and Release of the Reversion & Inheritance to Benj. Berryman, junr. of the parish of Hanover, King George Co. 200 acres, part of 400 acres adjacent the Rappa. River and Thomas Grigsby. Escheated by Benj. Berryman from Jacob Daniel, John Farmer & Samuel Dudley by 3 patents totaling 400 acres all dated December 15, 1710 from the Proprietors Office. Adjoining upon 350 acres of land now in the Tenure and Occupation of the said Benja. Berryman, junr. Wit. Thomas Sharpe & Evan Price King George Co. Court
1728, June 12 - Benja. Berryman, (jr.?) presence to Dennis McCarty, Charles Broadwater & Elias Hore of Stafford Co., bound . . . 1000 lbs Sterling money of Great Britain . . . Dennis McCarty - Sheriff: others presence: Catesby Cocke & afsd. Stafford Co.
1728, Sept. 25 - Benjamin Berryman bought 150 acres of land from Anthony Thornton, the land in Westmoreland Coat Ivy Pointon a line parallel (to) 150 acres that was formerly Giles land. Westmoreland Co.
1728, Sept. 28 - Tract of land conveyed from Thomas Stonehouse to Major Berryman and by Major Berryman to John Shotwell, sr. The land was granted to Stonehouse, October 17, 1667 and was on the Beaver Dam Run, a branch of the Hughes River in Culpepper Co.
1729 - Benjamin Berryman, Coroner (1 of 3) & Justice of the Peace (1 of 15) Westmoreland Co.
1729, May 13 - Benjamin Berryman (writes?), Witnesses and Signs his Will. Westmoreland Co.
1729, May 29 - Benj. Berryman, Gent. (Court Justice) on motion of his Daughter Ann Berryman Burch (who) made oath before the Court that her decd. husband John Burch departed (intestate) Ann gives security and is granted administration. Ordered that John Marshall, John Piper, Original Brown and Abraham Blagg, or any three of them are to value and appraise (Burchs) estate and report to the next Court. Westmoreland Court
1729, August 4 - Benjamin Berryman (writes &?) Signs a Codicil to his Will. Westmoreland Co.
1729, August 27 - Benjamin Berrymans Will admitted to Record. Westmoreland Co. Court
1729, August 28 - Benjamin Berrymans Will Recorded. Westmoreland Co. Court
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Newton Pedigree


see also Ysearch.org/4GMVY for other data on the Newtons of Va.
From http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~Marylove/Newton/Newton.html and http://archive.org/stream/newtongenealogyg00leon2/newtongenealogyg00leon2_djvu.txt
genforum.genealogy.com/berryman/messages/1138.html
archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/MDSTMARY/2012-01/1327338648
wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=hom42&id=I36712
possibly related to the family below was:
Ne14-2 John Newton of Westby in Basingthorp, Lincolnshire b c 1480 a 1541, "from Lancashire"
m Ann Kellum b 1490
-1 John Newton Jr b 1520 Westby, Lancashire d 22 Dec 1563 in Lancashire m Mary Nix b 1530 Lincolnshire d 1565 in Westby
Ne14 y Newton b c 1480
Ne13 y Newton b c 1510
Ne12 Elizabeth Newton b 1611 in All Hallows d 1640 in Lower, Norfolk, Va + 3 dau
Ne12 y Newton b c 1570
Ne11-1 Elizabeth Newton b 1611 in All Hallows d 1640 in Lower, Norfolk, Va + 3 dau
m Thomas Willoughby b 1601 in Rochester, Kent, England d aft 1666/?15 APR 1657 in All Hallows, Barking, Middlesex, England
Ne11-1-1 Alice Willoughby b about 1662
m1 Henry Seawell of Sewells Point
m2 Matthew Phripp
-1 Mary Sewell b c 1628 Engl d 1645 Gloucester Co Va m Col Richard Dudley of Kingston Parish
-2 Ann Sewell b 1634 Lower Norfolk Va d there 1704 m1 Benjamin Rozier m2 Edwar Pye m3 Col Lemuel Mason son of Francis Mason
-1-1 Major Richard Dudley, Jr. m1 x + 1 ch m2 Elizabeth Ransome b 1673 d 1718 Middlesex Co VA + 2 ch m3 Elizabeth Stephens b 1640/?80 d 1757 + 1 ch
-1-2 Maj. Ambrose Dudley, Sr
-2-1 Waler Pye b 1685 m Margaret Tant
-2-2 George Mason b 1655 Norfolk VA d 16 Mar 1710 m Phillis Hobson b 1680 Norefolk Va dau of Peter Hobson b 1629 d 1683
-2-3 Mary Mason b c 1656 Norfolk d 1757 Surry Co Va m Walter Flood Cocke
-2-4 Frances Mason b 1661 Lower Norfolk Va m George Newton Sr b 1645 England
-2-5 Lemuel Mason Jr.,
-2-6 Ann Mason
-2-7 x Mason m y
-1-1-1 William Dudley b 1698 d 8 Jan 1752 m Mary
-1-1-2 Robert Dudley b 14 Feb 1691 d 1745
-1-1-3 Avarilla Dudley b 1696 m Jacob Zollicoffer
-1-1-4 Richard Dudley, III b 1673 d 10 Dec 1716 South Farham Essex Co Va Elizabeth Saxe b 1665 southfarnham d 1716 VA
-2-1-1 James Asa Pye Sr m Susannah x
-2-2-1 Thomas Mason b 22 Feb 1707 Norfolk VA d 15 Mar 1779 Westmoreland PA m Mary Newton b 1715 d 1755 Frederick VA dau of Nathaniel Newton b 1680 Norfolk Va and Elizabeth
-2-3-1 Thomas Cocke b c 1694 Surry Co Va m Hannah Hamlin b 1693 d 16 Jan Surry Co VA dau of Capt John Hamlin and Elizabeth Taylor b 1661 Charles City Va d 1720 Pr Geo Co VA
-2-4-1 George Newton Jr b 1678 Norfolk Va m Apphia Wilson b c 1689 dau ofCol James Felix Wilson b 1644 Norfolk d 1712 Norfolk
-1-1-1-1 Wilmoth Betty Dudley b 9 Jul 1719 d 1803 North Farnahm Parish Richmond Co Va m James B Brannon
-1-1-2-1 Christopher 'Chichester' Dudley b 8 May 1715 Middlesex Co Va d 1781 Halifax NC
-1-1-3-1 Capt George Zollicoffer b 11 Apr 1738 Halifax NC d there 4 Jan 1815 m Anna Lidsay b 1753 d 15 Mar 1801
-1-1-4-1 Elizabeth Dudley b b 1690 Middletown Twp Bucks Co Pa d 1765 NJ m Daniel Hough
-1-1-4-2 Elizabeth Dudley b 1692 King and Queen Co Va d 1749 Essex Co Va m Thomas Gatewood Sr
-1-1-4-3 Dorothy Dudley b 10 May 1695 Essex Co Va d 1751 Spotsylvania Co Va m Henry Gatewood Sr son of John Gatewood and Amy McGraw b 1690 d 4 Apr 1744 Essex Co Va
-1-1-4-4 Peter Dudley
-2-1-1-1 Jesse Pye
-2-1-1-2 William Pye
-2-1-1-3 Mary E Pye b 1761 d 1832 Sumter AL m Daniel Molderfield Holyfield
-2-1-1-4 James Asa Pye, Jr.
-2-1-1-5 Lila Gilley Pye m y Bell
-2-1-1-6 Cealy Sarah Pye
-2-1-1-7 Andrew Pye
-2-1-1-8 Allen Pye
-2-1-1-9 x Pye m y Goolsby
-2-2-1-1 Captain Samuel Mason b 1739 d 1803
-2-2-1-2 T Meason b 22 Feb 1707 Norfolk Va d 15 Mar Westmoreland PA m Mary
-2-3-1-1 Lemuel Cocke b 1717 Surry Co Va d 17 Aug 1756 southwark Parish Surry Co m Jane Browne b 1720 Surry Co Va d there 13 Nov 1765 dau of Henry Browne b 1696 Surry Co Va
-1-1-1-1-1 Mary Brannon b 8 Oct 1743 North Farnahm Parish d 26 Dec 1827 Greenville SC m1 y Howell m2 John Watson
-1-1-1-1-2 William H Brannon b 21 Jun 1745 d 1 Oct 1802 Bolling Springs SC
-1-1-1-1-3 Betty Brannon
-1-1-1-1-4 Thomas Brannon
-1-1-2-1-1 Christopher (Chichester) Dudley
-1-1-2-1-2 Ransom Dudley
-1-1-2-1-3 Anne Dudley b c 1721 Sussex Co Va d Nov 1750 m Henry Meacham
-1-1-3-1-1 John J. Zollicoffer, Sr.
-1-1-3-1-2 George Zollicoffer, IV,
-1-1-3-1-3 James Zollicoffer
-1-1-3-1-4 Christopher Lindsey Zollicoffer
-1-1-3-1-5 Julius Heronimus Zollicoffer
-1-1-3-1-6 Anna Zollicoffer b 22 Feb 1788 m John Webb
-1-1-4-2-1 Thomas Gatewood, Jr.
-1-1-4-2-2 Ambrose Gatewood
-1-1-4-2-3 Robert Gatewood
-1-1-4-2-4 Joseph Gatewood
-1-1-4-2-5 Elizabeth Gatewood
-1-1-4-2-6 Sarah Gatewood
-1-1-4-2-7 John Gatewood
-1-1-4-2-8 John Gatewood
-1-1-4-2-9 Rachal Gatewood
-1-1-4-2-10 Amy Gatewood
-1-1-4-2-11 Joseph Gatewood
-1-1-4-3-1 Dudley Gatewood
-1-1-4-3-2 William Gatewood
-1-1-4-3-3 Dorothy Foster
-1-1-4-3-4 Keziah Gatewood
-1-1-4-3-5 Larkin Gatewood
-1-1-4-3-6 Richard Gatewood
-1-1-4-3-7 Peter Gatewood, Sr.
-1-1-4-3-8 Lt. Dudley Gatewood
-1-1-4-3-9 Henry Gatewood, Jr.
-2-2-1-2-1 Rachel Meason b 16 Nov 1749 d 1803 Cape Girardeau MO m Robert Worthington
-2-3-1-1-1 Henry Cocke
-1-1-1-1-1-1 Dudley Howell
-1-1-1-1-1-2 Enoch Howell
-1-1-1-1-1-3 xy Howell
-1-1-1-1-1-4 James Watson
-1-1-1-1-1-5 John Watson Jr
-1-1-1-1-2-1 Sarah Brannon m yBishop
-1-1-1-1-2-2 Thomas Jesse Brannon, Sr.
-1-1-1-1-2-3 Rhoda Brannon
-1-1-1-1-2-4 John P. Brannon
-1-1-1-1-2-5 William Madison Brannon
-1-1-1-1-2-6 Dudley Brannon
-1-1-1-1-2-7 Elizabeth 'Betsey' Brannon
-1-1-1-1-2-8 Jesse Brannon
-1-1-1-1-2-9 Lavina/Lavinia Esther Brannon/
-1-1-1-1-2-10 Mary Brannon
-1-1-1-1-2-11 Pleasant James Brannon
-1-1-2-1-3-1 Mary Meacham b c 1749
-1-1-2-1-3-2 Lewis Meacham
-1-1-2-1-3-3 Nancy Meacham b c 26 Jan 1755 Sussex Co Va d 1800 Caswell Co NC
-1-1-2-1-3-4 Mark Meacham
-1-1-2-1-3-5 Frances Meacham b 1768 VA d 1850 Dickson TN
-1-1-2-1-3-6 Henry Banks Meacham
-2-2-1-2-1-1 Andrew J Worthington
Ne11-1-2 Sarah Willoughby b about 1665
Ne11-1-3 Katherine Willoughby b ABT 1631 in Lower Norfolk Co d before 1666
m1 BEF 1650 in Westmoreland Co Richard Hawkins b 1627 in England d about 1659 in Westmoreland Co received 500 acres from Richard Bennett Esquire for transporting 10 persons to Va incl "Kath. Willowbye" m2 ABT 1660 in Westmoreland Co Edward Thompson b 1616 in England d by 1666
-1 Elizabeth Hawkins
m1
Col Humphrey Pope b about 1648 Bristol d before 30 Jun 1648
m2 Richard Ewell
m3 Patrick Muckleroy/?McElroy
-1-1 Humphrey Pope b ABT 1671 in Westmoreland Co, Va
-1-2 Lawrence Pope b ABT 1672 in Westmoreland Co Va
-1-3 John Pope b ABT 1675 in Westmoreland Co Via
-1-4 Elizabeth Pope b 25 JUN 1677 in Old Rappahannock Co Va
-1-5 Mary Pope b ABT 1683 in Westmoreland
Ne11 Thomas NEWTON b 1614 in Carleton Manor, Anlaby, Kingston on Hull, Yorkshire (?his father had) moved to Hull from the county of Northumberland continued below
Ne11. Thomas NEWTON b 1614 in Carleton Manor, Anlaby, Kingston on Hull, Yorkshire (?his father had) moved to Hull from the county of Northumberland, a part of the NEWTONS of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and nearby Eltringham where the family was located from very early times
He had two sons emigrated to Virginia about 1662/?72 . He may have been the brother or cousin of Elizabeth Newton b 1611 m Thomas Willoughby b 1601 in Rochester, Kent
Ne10-2? possibly of this family was:
y Newton b c 1640 d ?Lancashire
-1 y Newton b c 1670 ?Lancashire -1-1 y Newton b c 1700 Lancashire -1-1-1 y Newton b c 1730 Lancashire -1-1-1-1 y Newton b c 1760 Lancashire -1-1-1-1-1 Thomas Newton b c 1793 Bury Lancashire d there c Feb 1839 m Sarah Hobson b 1793 Shrewsbury dau of Francis Hobson ??? and Sarah x -1-1-1-1-1-1 John Smethurst Newton b 11 Jun 1826 St Mary the Virgin Bury Lancashire m Jane Riley dau of James Riley and Janet x -1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Thomas Newton b b c Nov 1850 Radcliffe Lancashire -1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Sarah Jane Newton b c May 1871 Barlows Row Salford Lancashire d 1929 Manchester m Thomas Harding son of Alexander Joseph Effingham Harding and Sarah Hayes (dau of Thomas Hayes and Mary Davies grandau of Abel Hays gr grandau of Sarah Ellis b c 1759 Hawarden Flint Wales 2nd gr grandau of William Ellis and Anne x ancestor of Joan Harding, author's DNA match
Ne10 John NEWTON b 1639/?29 in Carleton Manor Anlaby Kingston-Upon-Hull Yorkshire, England d before 1697, mariner, Land records show grants also to John Newton in Nansemond Co Va. [adjoining Norfolk to the westward], 23 Oct.1673.
m1 Elizabeth x After the death of Elizabeth, John emigrated to the colonies with his 3 sons where he
m2 Rose x (?Sturman/Albriton/Kelly or Allerton dau of Issac Allerton Jr. b: 11 May 1628 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Ma and Elizabeth Willoughby b 1635 in Lower Norfolk Co Va) d before 1712/13. We do not know the maiden name of Rose but she was married first to John TUCKER. Rose and John TUCKER had four known children, s.b.
m?4 Joan BARR.
Ne9-1 Joseph Newton b ABT 1655 in England
m ABT 1691 in Westmoreland Sarah Allerton b 1671 in Westmoreland Co
-1 Allerton Newton b 1691 in Westmoreland Co
-2 John Newton b ABT 1692 in Westmoreland probably husband of Sarah Elizabeth Newton s.b.
-1
Ne9-2 John NEWTON II, b c 1657 in Carleton Manor Anlaby Yorkshire Eng d before 1699 in Stafford, most of his life in Stafford Co VA
m Mary ALLERTON b c 1665 d bef 29 Oct 1699 in Stafford Co dau of Isaac ALLERTON b aft 22 May 1627 Plymouth Mass an d Elizabeth WILLOUGHBY wid OVERZEE wid COLCLOUGH dau of Capt Thomas Willoughby and Alice Layton. Children of this marriage are:
Ne9-2-1 Frances Newton b 1685 in Westmoreland Co d 17543 m 1706 in Gloucester Co Va Capt Edward Wyatt b 1677 in Boxley Gloucester Co Va a d 27 Jan 1744/5 Dettingen Pr Wm Co son of Conquest Wyatt b 1645 in Boxley, Gloucester Co VA and Sarah "Sallie" Pate b 1652 in Boxley, Gloucester Co/of yorktown -1 William Edward Wyatt b 1707 in Prince William Co d 1774 in VA m1 1730 in Prince William Co Lettice Nichols b ABT 1701 in Upton, Gloucester Co VA + ch m2 Martha Gaines
-2 Elizabeth Wyatt b 1717 gloucester Co Va d 1771 Caroline Co Va
-1-1 Micajah Wyatt b 1731 d unm 1774
-1-2 Frances Wyatt b 1734 d 1767 m y Mattison m ? Thomas Scott
-1-3 Henrietta Wyatt b 1737
-1-4 Edward WYATT of Caroline co. VA b 1738
-1-5 John Wyatt b 1740 d 1807 m Hannah Wyatt
-1-6 William Edward Wyatt Jr b 22 Jan 1742 in Maca Plantation, Prince William Co d 28 Feb 1815 in Prince William Co. VA m 25 Dec 1766 in Prince William Co Frances Newton b 2 Nov 1747 in VA d 15 Jun 1783 Pr Wm Co dau of William Newton b ABT 1725 in Gloucester Co. VA and Mary Holloway b 1722 in Gloucester Co
-1-6 Elizabeth Wyatt b 1744 d 1770
-1-7 James Wyatt b 1745 d 1813
-1-8 Conquest Wyatt b 1746 d 1812

-1-6-1 Frances Newton Wyatt b 23 Dec 1767 in Prince William Co VA d 2 Feb 1846 in Abbeville District, SC m in Abbeville District, SC James Mattison b: 20 Aug 1762 in Prince William Co. VA
-1-6-2 Lettice Nichols "Lottie" Wyatt b 25 Sep 1771 in VA
-1-6-3 Elijah Wyatt b 23 Feb 1774 in Prince William Co d 18 Feb 1858 in Abbeville District, SC m 15 Sep 1793 in Prince William Co Mary Grigsby Foster b 3 May 1773 in Prince William Co. VA dau of James Foster b 22 Jan 1750 in Prince William Co. VA and Elizabeth Redmond Grigsby b 12 Jan 1755

-1-6-1-1 Elizabeth Mattison b 22 May 1792 in VA m Burwell Carpenter b: 1780 in Wake Co. NC
-1-6-1-2 James Mattison b 4 Dec 1797 in SC d 11 Apr 1837 in Anderson Co. SC m Mary King Stark
-1-6-3-1 Eliza Wyatt b 1796 d 1882 m William Mattison
-1-6-3-2 Edna Wyatt b 1798 d 1851 m Ephraim Mitchell
-1-6-3-3 Col James Foster Wyatt b 1801 Broadmouth SC d 10 Mar 1868 Anderson Co SC m Nancy Pyles
-1-6-3-4 William Wyatt b 1803 d 1868 m Eliza Miller
-1-6-3-5 Redmond Wyatt b 1806 m1 Elizabeth Richey m2 Eleanor Seawright
-1-6-3-6 Mildred Wyatt b 1808 d 1893 m Abner Cox
-1-6-3-7 Susan Wyatt b 1811 d 1851 m Elias Key
-1-6-3-8 Harriett Wyatt b 1814 d 1874 m John Maudlin
-1-6-3-9 Malina Wyatt b 1819 d 1887 m1/?1 Hugh Alexander b 1819 m1/?2 Josiah White

-1-6-1-1-1 Mary "Polly" Carpenter m 1796 in Anderson Co SC Labon Massey
-1-6-1-2-1 Emily Keziah Mattison b 4 Dec 1834 in Anderson Co SC d 29 Jan 1901 in Anderson Co. SC m1 Nimrod Kelley Sullivan b 29 Jul 1828 in Anderson Co. SC d 22 Feb 1881 in Anderson Co. SC son of Kelley Sullivan b 24 Jul 1797 in Greenville Dist, SC d 2 Oct 1866 Anderson SC and Margaret Jane Watt granson of Pleasant Sullivan b 15 Aug 1757 in Twitty Creek, Charlotte Co. VA and Millicent "Milly" Kelley b 1775 gr granson of Owen Sullivan b 5 Nov 1709 in Lunenburg Co. VA and Mary Margaret Hewlett b 4 Mar 1707 in VA
-1-6-3-9-1 Oliver Alexander b 1839
-1-6-3-9-2 Willis Alexander b 1841 d 1862
-1-6-3-9-3 Mary Alexander b 1844 d 1880 m William Crawford
-1-6-3-9-4 Samuel Alexander b 1846
-1-6-3-9-5 P alexander b 1847 d 1924 m Ann Edwards b 1862 dau of Jonathan Edwards b 1837 and Rebecca Moore grandau of Joshua Edwards and Nancy Mahalia Duncan b 1814 NC d 1855 Ashe NC
-1-6-3-9-6 James Alexander b 1851 d 1924 m America Wagnon
-1-6-3-9-7 Francis Alexander b 1852 m1 Maggie Murphy m2 Sarah Wagnon

-1-6-1-1-1-1 Susannah Massey b 1811 m 1832 James "Warren" Kay b: 1800
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 John Thomas Kay b 1841 in Anderson Co. SC d 1880 in Palo Pinto, TX m 3 Dec 1868 in Meredian, MS Marcella McLaughlin b: 1840
-1-6-1-1-1-1-1-1 Nina Belle Kay b: 28 Mar 1877 in Texarkana, TX d 9 May 1963 in Washington, DC Bur Oklahoma City, OK m 27 Dec 1900 in Palestine, Anderson Co. TX Thomas Pryor Gore b Apr 1870 in Embry, Webster Co MS son of Thomas Madison Gore b: 1837 in Pickens, AL and Caroline Elizabeth Wingo
-1-6-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Nina Gore b 1903 in Lawton, Comanche Co OK
-1-6-1-2-1-1 James Mattison Sullivan b 8 Sep 1855 d 20 Oct 1910
-1-6-3-9-5-1 Maude Alexander b 1887 d 1967 m Olin Stevens son of Anthony Stevens b 1849 d 1933 m Eliza Baird
-1-6-3-9-5-1-1 Peggy Stevens, author's DNA match
-1-6-3-9-5-2 Ethelyn alexander b 1890 d 1976 m Harry Sanderson
-1-6-3-9-5-3 Mabel Alexander b 1896 d 1939 m1 Frank Girard m2 Gideon Powell
-1-6-3-9-5-4 Paul Alexander b 1892 d 1922
Ne9-2-2 William Newton, b ct 1686 England/Westmoreland Co, VA d 1722/bef 30 May 1677 m1 1708 in Westmoreland Co Barbara Johnson b abt 1690 in St Marys Co Md + 2 ch, dau of James Johnson and Elizabeth x b bef 1662 2nd wifw of J ohn Gerrard m2 1712 in Westmoreland Elizabeth Berryman b 1691 in Washington Parish, Westmoreland Co + 4 ch dau of Benjamin BERRYMAN and his first wife. -1 John Newton b 1709 in Westmoreland Co d bef 1744 in Westmoreland Co
-2 Frances Newton b 1711 in Westmoreland Co
-3 Sarah Newton b 1715 in Westmoreland Co
-4 Elizabeth Newton b 1717 in Westmoreland Co ?= b 1706 m Thomas Stripling b 22 Oct 1706 Stratford Westmoreland VA d Stafford Va
-5 Benjamin Newton b 1719 in Westmoreland Co
-6 William Newton b 1720 in Westmoreland d Oct 1788 St Paulss Parish Kg George Co m1/?2 ABT 1740 in King George Co Elizabeth Kenyon b ABT 1720 in Brunswick Parish, King George Co dau of Abraham Kenyon b BEF 1700 in St. Mary's Parish, Richmond Co Va and Elizabeth Waddington b BEF 1704 in Stafford ?m2/1 Margaret Monroe

-4-1? Newton Thomas Stripling b 20 Apr 1728 Stratford Westmoreland Va d 30 Oct 1804 Camden Kershaw SC m Elizabeth Parker Peck
-6-1 Elizabeth Newton b ABT 1745 in St. Paul's Parish, King George Co d aft 1806 m abt 1761 Fauquier Co Thomas Bronaugh b 1741 in Truro Parish, Prince William Co
-6-2 Sarah Newton b 1748 in St. Paul's Parish, King George Co d 1816 St Pauls Parish m in St. Paul's Parish Nathaniel Fox b 1748 in St. Paul's Parish, King George Co son of Thomas Fox b: 1711 in King William Co Virginia and Philadelphia Claiborne b: BEF 1732 in King William
-6-3 Isaac Newton b AFT 1750 in St. Paul's Parish, King George Co
-6-4 John Newton b AFT 1750 in St. Paul's Parish, King George Co
-6-5 William Newton b AFT 1750 in St. Paul's Parish, King George Co
-6-6 Benjamin Newton b AFT 1750 in St. Paul's Parish, King George Co
-6-7 Abraham Newton b AFT 1750 in St. Paul's Parish, King George Co
-6-8 Thomas Newton b AFT 1750 in St. Paul's Parish, King George Co
-6-9 Margaret Newton b ABT 1759 in St. Paul's Parish, King George d 1814 m Thomas Berry b 1757 in Berry Plain, King George Co son of Thomas Berry b 1727 in Hanover Parish, King George Co Virginia and Elizabeth Corn Washington b 21 DEC 1737 in Stafford

-4-1-1 Benjamin Stripling b 1762 SC d after 1850 Tattnall GA m Jane Virginia Bryant b FL d GA ?dau of y Bryant
-6-1-1 John Bronaugh b 5 SEP 1762 in Fauquier Co m abt 1782 Sarah West b BEF 1762 in Fairfax CoJohn 'Jr' West b: ABT 1725 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co Virginia and Catherine Colville b ABT 1729 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne
-6-1-2 Catherine Bronaugh b 25 FEB 1765 in Fauquier Co
-6-1-3 William Bronaugh b 21 FEB 1767 in Fauquier Co
-6-1-4 Benjamin Bronaugh b APR 1769 in Fauquier Co
-6-1-5 Thomas Bronaugh b 24 JUN 1771 in Fauquier Co
-6-1-6 Sarah Bronaugh b 23 AUG 1773 in Fauquier Co
-6-1-7 Taliaferro Bronaugh b 14 MAR 1776 in Fauquier
-6-2-1 Anne 'Nancy' Fox b: BEF 1786 in St. Paul's Parish, King George m May 1802 in St Pauls parish John Short Massey b 1773 in St Paul's Parish
-6-9-1 William Newton Berry b AFT 1777 in King George

-4-1-1-1 James Bryant Stripling b 1796 Orangeburg SC d 1868 Tattnall GA m Peggy McCleod

-4-1-1-1-1 Benjamin Stripling b 9 Jan 1820 Tattnall d 10 Jun 1896 Sweet Home Linn OR m Mary Ann Kinsey
-4-1-1-1-1-1 Moses Andrew Stripling b 1860 Grassy Knob Pickens GA ancestor of John T Armstrong, author's DNA match
Ne9-2-3 Grace Newton b 1678 Westmoreland Co VA d 14 Jan 1745 Gloucester VA
m 1696 Gloucester Co VA James Wyatt b 1674 d 27 Jan 1744/5 son of Conquest Wyatt and Sallie Pate
-1 Sarah Wyatt
-2 Anne Wyatt m y Stubblefield
-3 William Wyatt b 1705 Stafford VA d 1762 Fauquier Co VA m Winfred x she m2 1763 Edward Sparks
-4 Daniel Wyatt
-5 David Wyatt
-6 James Wyatt
-7 Sallie Wyatt
-8 John Wiatt
-9 Frances Wyatt
-10 Francis Wyatt
-11 Elizabeth Wyatt
-12 Conquest Wyatt

-3-1 Susannah Wyatt b c 1740 VA m Fauquier Co Benjamin Willoughby
-3-2 John Wyatt
-3-3 Mary Wyatt m Leachman
-3-4 James Wyatt
-6-1 John Wyatt b c 1730 m ?Mary x

-3-1-1 Enoch Willoughby
-3-1-2 Elijah Willoughby b 1762 Fauquier Co V A d 1834 Monroe Co IN m Susannah Leachman
-3-1-3 John Willoughby
-3-1-4 Margaret Willoughby m Donica
-3-1-5 Sarah Willoughby m y Donica
-3-1-6 Benjamin Jefferson Willoughby
-3-1-7 William Willoughby
-3-1-8 Anna Willoughby
-6-1-1 Thomas Wyatt b c 1760 ?Va d c 1804 ?Va m Catherine Robinson b c 1765 dau of John Robinson and Frances Yates

-3-1-2-1 Anna Willoughby m Montgomery
-3-1-2-2 George W Willoughby
-3-1-2-3 Polly Willoughby m James Ritchey
-3-1-2-4 Unknown Willoughby
-3-1-2-5 Rhoda Willoughby m Moreland
-3-1-2-6 Enoch Leachman Willoughby
-3-1-2-7 Susannah Willoughby, Sarah Evaline Willoughby m See
-3-1-2-8 Elijah Willoughby
-3-1-2-9 Benjamin Jefferson Willoughby
-3-1-2-10 Elizabeth Willoughby m Howard

-3-1-2-3-1 Samuel J Ritchey
-3-1-2-3-2 William L Ritchey
-3-1-2-3-3 Ninian U Ritchey
-3-1-2-3-4 Elam G Ritchey
Ne9-2-4 Allerton Newton d after 1702 (named in Isaac Allerton's will but probably not of this marriage rather Mary's sister, Sarah (Elizabeth) Allerton m1 John Newton. However her unknown Newton spouse was most likely of this family).
Ne9-2-5 Thomas Newton b BEF 1695 in Westminister, London, England d AFT 1714 in Richmond Co Va m Elizabeth STORKE b about 1690 Westmoreland d Wilmington, Cople Parish Westmoreland dau of Bethethland GILSON b about 1665 Westmoreland Co Va d Oct 1693 m Nhemiah Storke grandau of Beheathland BERNARD b about 1635 Warwick River Co Va d1716/20 Stafford Co Va and Maj Andrew GILSON son of Thomas Gilson the immigrant gr grandau of Mary BEHETHLAND and THOMAS BERNARD "the Immigrant" (son of Thomas Bernard b 1604 d 1651) 2nd gr grandau of Capt. Robert BEHETHLAND "the Immigrant" b c 1580 England d James City Co VA and Mary NICHOLSON -1 Elizabeth STORKE b about 1690 Westmoreland d Wilmington, Cople Parish Westmoreland m1 Thomas Newton son of John Newton and Rosanna/Rose ?Sturman/Allerton m2 1730 Samuel OLDHAM
-2 William STORKE I
-1-1 Catherine NEWTON 1707, Lancaster Co Va d bet 6 Sep 1760-20 Feb 1761, Lancaster Co m1 Thomas MARTIN m2 AFT 26 Jul 1727, Lancaster Co James BRENT
-1-2 Elizabeth NEWTON
-1-3 Willoughby NEWTON
-1-4 Beheathland NEWTON
-1-1-1 Catherine MARTIN m1 1745, Lancaster Co Hugh BRENT IV m2 4 Jan 1751 Edward Carter son of Thomas Carter and Sarah Haynie
-1-1-2 Lucy BRENT b 25 Nov 1735 Lawrenceburg Va John Curd II

-1-1-2-1 Merryman B. CURD b 12 May 1780 d 21 Oct 1841 Trimble Co Ky m 11 Mar 1804 Fayette Co Ky m Mary Polly Kay
-1-1-2-2 Mary CURD b 10 Sep 1769 St. James Goochland Co Va d 30 Jun 1833 Tremble Co Ky Samuel Pryor II

-5-1-1-2-1-1 John M. Kay CURD b 1805 d 19 APR 1837
-5-1-1-2-1-2 Martha Etna CURD b 28 JAN 1807 d 10 AUG 1841
-5-1-1-2-1-3 William T. CURD b 18 JAN 1809 d 4 FEB 1875
-5-1-1-2-1-4 Frances H. CURD b 29 DEC 1810 d AUG 1832
-5-1-1-2-1-5 Robert CURD b 27 SEP 1812 d SEP 1853
-5-1-1-2-1-6 Sarah Ann CURD b 12 JAN 1814 d 1834
-5-1-1-2-1-7 Samuel Trotter CURD b 8 MAY 1816 m Lucinda MORELAND b Abt 1817
-5-1-1-2-1-8 Andrew Price CURD b 21 APR 1818 d SEP 1853
-5-1-1-2-1-10 Augustine Lewis CURD b 7 MAR 1820
-5-1-1-2-1-11 Polly CURD b 21 NOV 1821 d 1823
Ne9-2-6 Wm. Newton, who m Barbary Johnson daughter of "James Johnson, ye Elder, half sister to John Gerrard, the younger, the said Wm. Newton had issue by the said Barbary Johnson, a Son, and (a) Daughter named Frances. The sd. Wm. Newton survived the sd. Barbary, and afterward m Eliza. Berryman, the Daughter of this Depts. last Husband (Benjamin Berryman) by his first wife (Sarah Butler), & had issue by the sd. Eliza.: Wm. Newton, now in King George Co & Others." -1? possibly here was William Newton b c 1720 m Mary H. -1-1 Frances NEWTON b c 1745 m William Edward WYATT jr of Maca VA b 1742 d 1815
m2 bef 1666
Ne9-3
X (According to the deposition of John's daughter Elizabeth, he had a child by a second wife)
Joseph NEWTON, b 1666 in Anlaby, m ?in Stafford Co Va Sarah PRICE BUTLER, widow.
m3 in Selby Yorks Elizabeth Laycocke and they were the parents of:
Ne9-4 Benjamin NEWTON b 1669 in Anlaby d 1710 m Mary Ann GRIGSBY b 1684 in Stafford Co, Va wid of John Messe/Meese dau of John Grisby 1660 in Va, d 1750 and Sarah Jane Prosser sis of John, Charles, William and James Grigsby. ( ?m?1/2 Jane Redmond, d 1756 in Stafford Co; There may have been a son of this marriage who m Sarah Allerton see above .) -1 LETITA/Leticia NEWTON b about 1702 d 1725 m PHILLIP CRAWFORD.
-2 MARGARET NEWTON b ??1708 St Pauls Parish m1 WILLIAM HEABARD m2 22 Jun 1722 in St. Paul's Parish, Stafford Co John Travis/Travers
-3 BENJAMIN NEWTON b about 1705 m ELIZABETH GREGG dau of THOMAS GREGG b about 1630 in Eng d in Stafford Co Va and Lucy Heabard will dated 9 Jan 1730
-4 MARY NEWTON b about 1710 m JOHN RODGERS d Aft May 12, 1758 bef 11 Jun 1760
-1-1 John Crawford.
-1-2 Letitia Crawford b about 1718
-2-1 Priscilla HEABERD Travis
-2-2 Leticia Travis b Abt. 1728
-2-3 William Travis b Abt. 1725 d Bef Aug 1765 Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co Va m Margaret Smallwood dau of Prior Smallwood and Elizabeth Stone.
-2-4 Margaret Travis
-3-1 Ann NEWTON b c 1725.
-3-2 Sarah NEWTON.
-3-3 Elizabeth NEWTON b c 1730.
-3-4 Benjamin NEWTON b? d about 1720
-4-1 Mary Rogers, b Abt. 1720 in Stafford Co VA d Abt. 1802 in Warren Co NC Abt. 1720 in Stafford Co.VA, d Abt. 1802 in Warren Co NC m 30 Dec 1741 in St. Paul's Parish, Stafford Co VA William Colclough b c Jul 2, 1716 in St. Paul's Parish, Stafford Va d June 1783 in Warren Co NC son of Benjamin Colclough and Rachel.
-4-2 Grigsby Rogers.
-4-3 William Rogers m Francs Hornbuckle.
-1-1-1
-2-3-1 Eleanor Travis
-2-3-2 Mary Travis
-2-3-3 Lucy Travis
-2-3-4 Barrick Travis b Abt 1750, Loudon Co Va d 1812, Edgefield Co SC m1 Anne Butler + 7 ch dau of William B Butler and Mary Mason m2 Elizabeth Deloach + 11 ch
-4-1-1 Elizabeth "Betty" Colclough, b 11 Oct 1747 in Stafford Co Va m1 William Sr. Shearin Abt. 1767 in Warren (Bute) Co NC son of John Shearin and Lucretia. He b Abt. 1731 in Brunswick Co Va d Abt. 1791 in Warren Co NC m2 Bef. July 28, 1801 Peter Glasscock.
-4-1-2 Margaret Colclough b February 04, 1744/45 in St. John's Parish Stafford Co Va d Aft. March 1819 in Warren Co NC m1 Henry Alexander Foote 29 May 1760 in Fauquier Co VA, son of George Foote and Frances Berryman. b 11 Apr 1738 in Stafford Co Va d 9 Dec 1775 in Bute Co, NC. m2 Henry Shearin Abt. 1777, son of Joseph Shearin and Amey Rivers. He was born Abt. 1755 in Granville Co NC, and d November 25, 1781 in Warren Co., NC. m3 Aft. 1781 Phillip Buford b Abt. 1740.
-4-1-3 Jane Colclough m John Moseley.
-4-1-4 John Ashby Colclough b September 14, 1743; d 1803 in Warren Co NC m Lucy Grigsby.
-4-1-5 William Colclough m Catherine x.
-4-1-6 Ricey Colclough.
-4-1-7 Ann (Nancy?) Colclough.
-4-1-8 Rachel Colclough b December 25, 1748.
-4-1-9 Mary Colclough, d 1794.
-4-1-10 Frances Colclough.
-4-1-11 Behethland Colclough.
-4-1-12 Benjamin Colclough, d 1783 in Warren Coutny, NC.
-4-1-13 Alexander Colclough b Abt. 1750.
-4-3-1 Rice Rogers.
-4-3-2 Bethlem Rogers.
-4-3-3 Robert Rogers.
-4-3-4 Margaret Rogers.
-4-3-5 Winifred Rogers m Charles Grigsby Jones
-1-1-1-1
-2-3-4-1 Mark ButlerTravis, b 2Sep 1783, Edgefield Co SC d 4 Sep 1836, Sparta, Alabama.
-2-3-4-2 Rev. Alexander Doniphan Travis b Aug 23, 1790, Edgefield Co S c d 1852, Conecuh, Alabama.
-2-3-4-3 Elizabeth Travis b 1768, Edgefield Co., South Carolina, d 1835, Conecuh, Alabama.
-2-3-4-4 Pryor Smallwood Travis b Abt. 1780, d Abt. 1820, Woodville, Wilkinson Co Mississippi.
-2-3-4-5 Sarah Travis b Abt. 1772
-2-3-4-6 Catherine Travis b Abt. 1774
-2-3-4-7 Mary M. Travis b Abt. 1778
-2-3-4-8 Mark ButlerTravis, b Sep 02, 1783, Edgefield Co SC d Sep 04, 1836, Sparta, Alabama.
-2-3-4-9 Rev. Alexander Doniphan Travis b Aug 23, 1790, Edgefield Co SC d 1852, Conecuh, Alabama.
-2-3-4-10 Elizabeth Travis b 1768, Edgefield Co., South Carolina, d 1835, Conecuh, Alabama.
-2-3-4-11 Pryor Smallwood Travis b Abt. 1780, d Abt. 1820, Woodville, Wilkinson Co Mississippi.
-2-3-4-12 William Barret Travis b 9 Aug, 1809, Red Bank Creek, Saluda Co., SC d Mar 06, 1836, Alamo, San Antonio de Bexar.
-2-3-4-13 Emalene Travis b Abt. 1812
-2-3-4-14 Elizabeth Travis b Abt. 1815
-2-3-4-15 Mark Butler Travis b May 18, 1827, Old Town, Alabama d 1864 Civil War.
-2-3-4-16 Nicholas Travis b Abt. 1819, d date unknown.
-2-3-4-17 Alexander Travis b Abt. 1824, d date unknown.
-2-3-4-18 James Calloway Travis b Aug 05, 1829, Evergreen, Conecuh, AL d May 25, 1918, Atlanta, Fulton, GA
-4-1-1-1 William John Jr. Shearin, b Abt. 1769 in Bute Co NC d 1803 in Warren Co NC m May 20, 1799 in Warren Co Elizabeth Balthrop b Abt. 1773.
-4-1-1-2 Frances Shearon b Abt. 1773 m 28 Dec 1801 Abraham Mayfield.
-4-1-1-3 John Shearin b Abt. 1775 d 1826 in Warren Co NC m Rebecca Walker 1810.
-4-1-1-4 Elizabeth Shearin b Abt. 1777 in Warren Co NC m William Mayfield 7 Nov 1797.
-4-1-1-5 Nancy Shearin b Abt. 1779 d August 03, 1797 in Warren Co NC.
-4-1-1-6 Rice Shearin b Abt. 1781 d Bef. 27 Aug 1796 in Warren Co NC
-4-1-1-7 Margarett Shearin, b Abt. 1783 d Aft. 31 Dec 1794 in Warren Co NC.
-4-1-1-8 Beheathland "Heathy" Shearin, b Abt. 1785.
-4-1-1-9 Thomas Shearin b Abt. 1787 in Warren Co NC d March 1849 in Bedford Co Tn m1 5 Apr 1806 in Warren Co NC Mary Durham b in Warren Co NC m2 25 Mar 1810 Sarah Mayfield.
-4-1-1-10 Jarrat Shearin, b Abt. 1781 in Warren Co NC d Abt. 1826 in Bedford Co Tn m 25 Oct 1803 in Warren (Bute) Co NC Mary Hillary Balthrop b Abt. 1784 d Abt. 1850 in Haywood Co, Tn
-4-1-2-1 Frances Foote b 1763.
-4-1-2-2 William Foote b Abt. 1765 in Bute Co NC d Abt. 1806 in Surry Co NC. m Elizabeth Clanton Baker Abt. 1765.
-4-1-2-3 Mary Foote, b 1767 in Bute Co, NC d 24 Nov 1849 in Iredell Co., Nc m 11 Jun 1785 in Warren (Bute) Co NC Isaac Marshall b 1761 in Va d 17 Apr 1839 in Iredell Co NC bur Snow Creek, Iredell Co, NO ?.
-4-1-2-4 Beheathland Foote, b Abt 1769 m 20 Dec 1792 Benjamin Bell b Abt. 1765.
-4-1-2-5 Elizabeth Foote b Abt 1770 m1 17 Jul 1797 Samuel Lowell m2 Samuel Moss 30 Jul 1806.
-4-1-2-6 Henry Alexander II Foote, bap 1772.
-4-1-2-7 Katherine Foote, b Abt. 1775 in Bute Co, NC m Aaron Shearin b Abt. 1770
-4-1-3-1 Jesse Moseley
-4-1-4-1 Nancy4 Colclough m Benjamin Kimbell.
-4-1-4-2 Sally Colclough.
-4-1-4-3 Mary May Colclough m Charles Bell 1801.
-4-1-4-4 William Colclough.
-4-1-4-5 Betty Colclough m Freeman Center.
-4-1-4-6 Fanny Frances Colclough m Abraham Acrea 12 Nov 1793.
-4-1-4-7 James Colclough.
-4-1-4-8 Gregsby Colclough.
-4-1-4-9 Benjamin Colclough b in NC d March 1845 in TN m 21 Oct 1821 Mary P. Rodwell
m4bef
1677
Rose/Rosanna ??Allerton/ Sturman Al10 b about 1642 in Westmoreland Co d before 1712/13 (dau of Thomas Sturman and Ann Porter) she m2 Dr. Thomas Gerrard (she is also confused with or may be the same as the Rose Tucker ne Gerard b by 1635 or respectively Rose Tucker b about 1648 who m Dr. Gerrard and later m the above John Berryman wid of John TUCKER by whom she had four known children:
-a Sarah TUCKER b 2 August 1663, m William FITZHUGH.
-b Rose TUCKER, m Ebenezer BLACKISTONE ?William Fitzhugh
-c John TUCKER
-d William Gerrard TUCKER b after his father died)
Rose later m Dr Thomas GERRARD. There were no known children of this marriage although Gerrard TUCKER was b after their marriage. The depositions shown in the link seem to clarify that she was called both Rose and Rosanna and that she survived Dr. Thomas Gerrard and remarried John Newton Sr. At this point it seems that either there were 3 women named Rose/Rosanna or the name Sturman was incorrect or that Rose Tucker married a Sturman before later marrying her grandfather and then finally John Newton. The Gerrard-Tucker relationships have conflicting reports in need of resolution. But it does seem that the Gerrard, Tucker, Newton, Berryman and Fitzhugh families were in Westmoreland Co Va at this time and that there were intermarriages. The depositions shown in the link seem to clarify that she was called both Rose and Rosanna,
Children of John NEWTON and Rose ?Allerton/?Sturman/?Tucker/ wid Gerrard were as follows:
Ne9-5? Gerrard Tucker NEWTON, b abt 1671/6/1677 d before 1706 in Westmoreland Co
m before 1695 Rebecca BLACKISTON b about 1672 St Mary's Co Md d Stafford Co Va dau of Nehemiah Blackistone and Elizabeth Gerard
-1 Rose Newton b before 1700 d 1785 charles Co Md m1 May 1715 St Pauls Parish Stafford Co Thomas Grigsby b before 1704 Stafford Co Va d 7 May 1745 m2 Townsend Dade b 1688 Va d 1761 Stafford Co
-2 Elizabeth Newton d Aft. 1773 m1 Matthew Guibert b bef 1693 d 1750 in St Mary's Co MD m2 Thomas Green Martin d 1773
-1-1
-2-1 John Guibert m Dorothy Lee b Abt. 1731 m Bef. 1756 in St. Mary's Co MD
-2-2 Gerard Guibert b before 1749 St Marys Co MD d in Pr Wm. Co, VA
-2-3 Rose Guibert b before 1749 St Marys Co Md d after 1750
-2-4 Rebecca Guibert b before 1749 St Marys Co Mdd in Pr Wm Va Co, VA m before 1771 in Va William Barr b before 1749 in Pr Wm Co
-1-1-1
-2-1-1 Gerard Guibert b before 1762 St Marys Co Md d there 28 Sep 1807
-2-1-2 Araminta Guibert b before 1762 St Marys Co d after 1821 Fauquier Co Va
-2-1-3 John Guibert Jr b before 1762 St Marys Co Md d after 1773 m before 1756 in St Marys Co Md Dorothy Lee b before 1741 in St Marys Co Md d there after 1780 dau of Samuel Lee and Ann Woodward
-2-4-1 Elizabeth Newton Barr b before 1771 d after 1786 m 1786 in Fauquier Co Francis Berryman b before 1766 d after 1786
-1-1-1-1
-2-1-3-1 Gerard Guibert b before 1762 St Marys Co d 28 Sep 1807
Ne9-6 Thomas NEWTON, b 1678 m Elizabeth STORKE/Stark b January 1686/87 d 1759 in Westmoreland Co a descendant of Capt Robert Behethland. -1 Thomas Newton III b 1702 d 1741 in St. Mary's Co MD m Katherine ??? (possibly Willoughby of Clement)
-2 Willoughby Newton b Abt. 1703 d July 11, 1767 in Fl 1740 Westmoreland Co VA m Sarah Eskridge b 1707 d 2 Dec 1753
-3 Elizabeth Newton b Abt. 1705 m1 William Keene b 1695 d 1726 m2 Aft. 1725 John Waughop b Bef. 1700 in Md d 1748 in probably Northumberland Co Va
-4 Catherine Newton b 1707 Lancaster Co d 1761 in Lancaster Co VA m July 26, 1727 in Lancaster Co James Brent b 1706 d April 1750 in Lancaster Co VA
-5 Behethland Newton b Abt. 1709 m before 1727 Walter Jones b before 1709
-1-1 Thomas Newton, Jr. b 1730 in St. Mary's Co MD d 1772 in St. Mary's Co MD m Susanna Howard b Abt. 1733 in St. Mary's Co MD d 1791 in St Mary's Co., MD
-1-2 Clement Newton d 1760
-1-3 Catherine Newton m1 William Jett m2 Bef. 1769 John Lane d Aft. 1769 in Northern Neck Area
-4-1 Lucy Brent b 25 Nov 1735 Lancaster Co d 23 Jul 1815 Mercer Co KY m John L Curd son of John Curd b Charles Parish York Co VA d May 1752 Goochland and Elizabeth/Ann Price b 1707 Goochland Co Va d there 3 Sep 1758

-4-1-1 James Curd b 24 Jun 1763 Goochland Co d 11 Aug 1822 Stokes NC m Abigail Stewart dau of Col David Stewart b 1728 Sussex DE d Dec 1807 Stokes NC and Abigail Harrison b 1729 Stokes NC d there 1802

-4-1-1-1 Ezekiel Card b 1776 NC d 1860 Johnson TN m Mary Potter b 1790 Surry NC d 1860 Stokes NC dau of Lydia Stewart b 1759 NC (dau of Col David Stewart b 1728 Sussex DE d Dec 1807 Stokes NC and Abigail Harrison b 1729 Stokes NC d there 1802) and John Potter
-4-1-1/2-1 Abraham Franklin Curd b 1811 Mountain City Johnson TN d 23 Apr 1855 Roane TN m Leah May Brooks/Brock b 1813 Mountain City d 1857 Roane TN dau of Reuben Brooks/Brock and Mary Smithpeter
-4-1-1/2-1-1 Ezekiel M Curd b Oct 1835 Mountain City TN d c 1909 Carter TN m Polly M Hammonds b 1835 TN d before1900 Johnson TN
-4-1-1/2-1-1-1 Sarah F Curd b 21 Apr 1865 Johnson City TN d there 2 Mar 1929 m Andrew Taylor b 19 Mar 1863 Johnson TN d there 11 Jul 1919
-4-1-1/2-1-1-1-1 Marris E Taylor b 17 Apr 1896 Mountain City TZN d there 9 Jul 1964 ancestor of Robert Lawrence Dyson author's DNA match
Ne9 Elizabeth NEWTON, b 1685 d 11 Feb 1762, Westomoreland Co VA
m1 Thomas GILSON b 1665 d before 14 May 1707 in Stafford Co
m2 Capt Benjamin BERRYMAN b c 1663 d 1729
Ne8-1 Behethland GILSON, m Be9 Benjamin Berryman's son, John Be8-1 who died during the infancy of their only son,
Be8-4 Benjamin Berryman m Rebecca Vowels
Be8-5 James Berryman m Sarah Bushrod dau of John Bushrod-7213 and Hannah Keene
Be8-6 William Berryman b about 1725/?13 d 30/11 Mar 1784 m 10 Sep 1743 Rebecca Vowles.
Be8-7 Maximillian Berryman d s.a.
Be8-8 Anne Berryman d
Be8-9 Newton Berryman dy.
Be8-10 Henry Berryman b 1708 dy.
Be8-11 Benjamin Berryman-7082 d
Be8-12 Elizabeth Berryman b about 1705 d in 1734 m1 William Newton son of John Newton and Mary Allerton m2 Charnock Cox Jr. b 5 Jul 1698 in Cople Parish Westmoreland Va d on 26 Jun 1744 in Cople Parish, Westmoreland son of Charnock (Sr.) Cox-5757 and Mary Presley-5756 (MRIN:2782) in 1726 in , Westmoreland, Va.
Be8-13 Rose Berryman b 1708 m on 10 Jun 1726 Richard Taliaferro b 1706 in Essex Co VA d 27 Sep 1748 son of Zachariah Taliferro and Sarah Smith.
Be8-14 Sarah Berryman d m y Douglas d
Be8 Frankey/Frances Berryman d m George Foote b 3 Dec 1731 d 28 Jun 1759 prob Fauquier Co Va + ch s.a.
Be8-16 Kate Berryman m y Nowles d.
Be8-17 Henry EskeridgeBerryman d y
Ne8-1-1 Gilson BERRYMAN
Be8-5-1 Benjamin Berryman.
Be8-5-2 Thomas Newton Berryman .
Be8-5-3 John Berryman d
Be8-5-4 Thomas Berryman d
Be8-5-5 Gerrard Berryman d
Be8-5-6 Winifred Berryman d
Be8-5-7 Elizabeth Berryman d
Be8-5-8 Thomas Berryman d
Be8-5-9 Waters Berryman d
Be8-5-10 Francis Berryman d
Be8-5-11 Josias Berryman b 1769 Westmoreland VA d 1857 Ohio Co KY m Virginia Ann Smith b 1772 Spotsylvania VA d 1849 Ohio Co KY
Be8-8-1 Elizabeth Newton d m Peter Rust d 29 Jan 1762 son of Samuel Rust and Martha..
Be8-8-2 Sarah Newton d m Peter Rust d 29 Jan 1762 son of Samuel Rust and Martha.
Be8-8-3 William Newton Jr. m Martha Rust d before 1779 dau of Peter Rust and Elizabeth Newton (MRIN:3190).
Be8-8-4 Presley Cox-5920 was b about 1727 in Cople Parish, Westmoreland, Va.
Be8-8-5 Charnock III Cox-5921 was b about 1729 in Cople Parish, Westmoreland Va
Be8-8-6 Vincent III Cox-5918 was b in 1732 in , Westmoreland Va d in 1800/1810 in Lincoln, NC m about 1790 Lucinda Abernathy b in 1760 in Va d before 1820 in , Lincoln, NC
Be8-8-7 John Cox-5924 was b about 1733 in Cople Parish, Westmoreland Va.
Be8-9-1 Zachariah Taliaferro b 1710 in Goochland or Amherst Co VA d 1797 m Mary Boutwell Be7 =Fo7 children: see Foote pedigree above Fo7-1 to Fo7-8

Be8-5-11-1 Benjamin Vowles Berryman b 1810 Ohio Co KY d 1891 Denton TX m Elizabeth F. Bracken b 1813 Sumner Tenn., d 1882 Collin TX

Be8-5-11-1-1 Alonzo Jasper Berryman b 1855 Louisville KY d 1945 Wichita Falls TX m Amanda Jane Bolton, b 1862 Dallas TX d 1938 Archer City TX

Be8-5-11-1-1-1 Lonnie May Berryman b 1902 d 1989 grandmother of Craig Kincaid, author's DNA match
Ne10-2 Thomas Newton b about 1629; settled in Norfolk Co Va near the present city of Norfolk. The records of Accomac Co Va show that Thomas Newton aged 30," testified, May 22, 1662, as to a deed of bargain and sale from Joseph Newton (.see above I to Henry Picott, and that Joseph Newton united in a deed in Accomac County. Nov. 16, 1670. The Virginia land records also show land grants to George Newton (presumably son of Thomas) in Lower Norfolk Co Va April 20, 1684
Ne10-3 George Newton b 1647 in Carleton Manor, Anlaby, Kingston on Hull, Yorkshire, England d 1694 in Lower Norfolk, VA
m 1673 in Lower Norfolk Frances Mason b ABT 1652 in Lower Norfolk, VA
-1 George Newton b 1678 in Lower Norfolk, VA d 20 Jun 1762 in Norfolk, VA m 1706 in Norfolk Apphia Wilson b 1678 in Norfolk, VA
-2 Elizabeth Newton
William Edward Wyatt Jr b 22 Jan 1742 in Maca Plantation, Prince William Co s.a. for ch son of Conquest WYATT of Gloucester Co Va b 1645 d 1720 m Sallie PATE of Yorktown Va
-1-3-2 William Newton b 9 Jun 1750 in Culpeper Co d Feb 1817 in Daviess Co. KY m 1775 in Culpeper Co Elizabeth Ann Field b 1754 in Culpeper Co. VA
Nimrod Smith b 1767 in Prince William Co VA d 1830 Anderson Co SC son of Wyatt Smith b 1724 in Prince William Co. VA and Elizabeth Sanford b 15 Jun 1743 in Prince William Co
-1-3-1-2-1 Mary Dorinda Malina Smith b 15 Nov 1800 in Abbeville District, SC d 31 Jul 1876 in Dalton, GA
-1-3-1-3 Elijah Wyatt b 23 Feb 1774 in Prince William Co m 15 Sep 1793 Mary Grigsby Foster b 3 May 1773 in Prince William Co
-1-3-1-3-1 Malina Wyatt b 12 Apr 1819 in Abbeville, SC d 27 Oct 1887 Bradley, Ar
-1-3-1-3-1-1 Pickney Columbus Perry b c 1847 d 4 Apr 1924 m 13 Dec 1996 ancestor of Penny Perry
-1-3-2-1 Ann Newton b 28 Apr 1775 in Culpeper Co d 31 Mar 1866 in Bourbon Co. KY m 22 Dec 1811 in Bourbon Co. KY James Keith Ford b 5 Jul 1778 in Fairfax Co. VA
-1-3-2-1-1 Franklin Ford b ABT 1813 in Bourbon Co KY d AFT 1880 in Bourbon Co. KY m Rebecca E. Simpson b ABT 1825 in Washington, DC
-1-3-2-1-1-1 Edward S. Ford b 16 Jul 1853 in Bourbon Co KY d Tulsa OK m Margaret C. "Maggie" Talbot b 25 Mar 1854 in Bourbon Co KY dau of William Gerrard Talbot b 1 Jan 1813 in KY and Ellen Sophia Hart b Feb 1818 in KY grandau of Isham "Little Isham" Talbot Jr. b 1773 in Talbot, Bedford Co. VA and Margaret "Peggy" Gerrard b 31 Jul 1788 in Mt Lebanoon, Paris, Jessamine Co. KY
-1-3-2-1-1-1-1 Isham Talbot Ford b 11 Jul 1884 in KY
?Ne10-4 Possibly related to this family was:
Edward Newton II b 1630 Essex Va d 1654 St Annes Parish Essex Va
m Priscilla x
-1 Henry Newton Sr b 1654 Essex Co Va d 1713 St Annes Parish Essex Co m Elizabeth Stokes dau of Sylvanus Stokes and Mary Bishop -1-1 Henry Newton Jr b 1690 Essex Co d St Annes Parish Mecklenburg Co Va m elizabeth Stokes -1-1-1 Henry Newton Sr b 1722 St Annes Essex Co Va d 15 Jul 1783 Mecklenburg Co Va m Sarah x -1-1-1-1 George Newton Sr b 1740 St James Mecklenburg Co m Mary Riggs b 1746 dau of George Riggs and Sara Murdoch -1-1-1-1-1 James Newton Sr b 1 Feb 1775 Orange Co NC d 1840 Weakley TN m Sarah Clark -1-1-1-1-1-1 George Newton b about 1799 Orange Co NC d Dec 1860 Graves Co Ky m Mary C Jones
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 George W Newton b 1832 TN m Sarah Elizabeth Cashon b 15 Jul 1835 Weakley TN dau of David Boyd Cashon
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Flora C Newton b 22 Dec 1871 Graves Co Ky m Joseph Marmen McGuire
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Raymond R McGuire b 8 Jun 1900 Oregon MO ancestor of Shane Edward Malone, author's DNA match
Sources of Information
archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/VA-NORTHERN-NECK/2009-09/1254180542

Adventurers of Purse and Person VIRGINIA 1607-1624/25, Revised and Edited by Virginia M. Meyer (1974-1981), John Frederick Dorman, F.A.S.G. (1981-1987), Published by Order of First Families of Virginia, 1607-1624/25, third edition, 1987
Virginia Historical Magazine - Early Generations of the Newton Family of Westmoreland County Virginia, by Charles F. Cochran, Washington, DC - Vol 36, pp 293-302; Vol 37, pp 87-91; Vol 38, pp 179-184; Vol 39, pp 283-288.
Virginia Historical Magazine - Notes to Council Journals (4) Newton Family including the Depositions of Benjamin Newton and Elizabeth Newton; Vol 33, pp 299-302; Vol 34, 393-394.
GenForum - Post of Gregory Michael Newton, 7 Jan 1999.
Marvin Berryman, Emma Barrett Reeves
Be?-1 of no established relation to the above was:
George Donaldson Lander Berryman b 14 Mar 1795 IRE d 1860 m Margaret Watson b 1787 d 1854
-1 Nancy Berryman b 1817 d 1898 m Robert Montgomery b 1811 d 1880 -1-1 Robert Montgomery b 1850 d 1920 m Roxina Ousterhought b IL d 20 Jan 1908 Bloomfield Davis Co IO -1-1-1 John Montgomery b 1893 d 1952 m Estella Bickel b 1896 d 1982 -1-1-1-1 William Montgomery b 1912 d 2000 m Helen Baugh b 1920 d 1990 parents of William Montgomery, author's DNA match
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Tucker Pedigree


For the period from 1600 till 1700, this pedigree is an attempted reconciliation of several sources that are each incomplete and partly disagree among each other plus a little guestimation on the part of author to close the gaps and achieve plausible dates. Whether it is basically correct will more likely be evidenced by a study of DNA matches than by primary documentary proof.
Tu12 = 13 = 14. Robert Tucker b 26 Nov 1487, Dalwood, Stockland, Devonshire son of William Tucker b 1473
m Joan Palmer, b 1498, Thorverton, Devonshire,
Tu11 = 12 = 13 William Tucker b 1540 in Exeter Devonshire England d 1545
m Honora Erissey b 1545 Cornwall d c 1587 Exeter Devon dau of->
wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bradsdata&id=I11433 show alternative parents for the William below:
John Tucker (son of John Tucker and Jane x who also had two other sons Richard and William)
m Alice Pelham
+1 James Erissey d 1543 and Christian(a) Grenville b 1505, Erissey, Cornwall, +2
Tu11 = 12 = 13 Capt William Tucker b 7 Jan/?6 APR 1587/9? in Plymouth Cornwall/?St Acons Parish London England d 1644 in Elizabeth City, Virginia
m 8 May 1580?/abt 1610 in St Nicholas Acons, London, Mary Elizabeth Thompson b 21 JAN 1597/98 Walton, Hertfordshire d Jamestown Va 1640 Curles Henrico Va (both William and Mary but no children are registered as living in the 1623 census) dau of
+1 Robert Thompson
m Elizabeth Harsnett b 1570 d 1620 dau of

+2 John Harsnett b 1535 England
Tu11 = 12 William Tucker b 1618? Elizabeth City d Jun 1653? s.a. ?bef 1623 ( This William's birth is more likely about 1625, m1 unk ) who had 5 ch m2 Marie Stone + 1 ch
Tu10-2 Roger Tucker b BEF 1653 in VA
Tu10-3 Benjamin Tucker
Tu10-4 Sarah Tucker m1 Wilkes Maunders m2 Justinian Gerrard son of Thomas Gerrard (who m2/3 Rosanna Sturman b ABT 1640 in Westmoreland Co) and Sarah Tucker m3 Michael Curtis
Tu10-5 Rebecca Tucker m Thomas Warren
Tu10-6 Roger Tucker b about 1629?/59
Tu11-2 Memory Tucker, b 1619, Va d ?bef 1623
Tu11-3 Elizabeth Tucker, b 1624 Elizabeth City, Va d 1642
Tu11 =10 John Tucker b 8 SEP 1626 in Westmoreland Co Va d 5 MAY 1671 Westmoreland Va
m Rose ?Allerton b Abt 1633 in Engl (or Rosanna ? Sturman or Rose Gerrard b ABT 1630 in England dau of Sir Thomas Gerrard, Dr. b 10 DEC 1608 in Lancashire, England and Susanna Snow b ABT 1614 in England d ABT 1666 in St. Mary's Co Md bur St. Clements Manor, Maryland granddau of Sir Thomas Gerrard b ABT 1581 in Lancashire, England and Frances Molineaux b ABT 1592 in England) b about 1642 in Westmoreland Co d before 1712/13 she m2 Dr. Thomas Gerrard (she is also confused with the Rose Tucker b by 1635 m the above John Berryman) + 4 chTu9-1 John Tucker b ABT 1661 d 1699 in Va
Tu10-1 Robert Tucker b 1652/ Charles City Va d 1704 Charles City, Va
m1 Elizabeth Coleman b c 1661, Charles City, Va + 6 ch m2 Elizabeth Parham b c 1678 d 1718 Amelia + 5 ch
-1 Capt. Robert R. Tucker Sr m1 Elizabeth Parham + 2? ch dau of Thomas Parham and Elizabeth Branch m2 Martha Eppes b 1704 Charles City Co Va d 1766 Amelia Va + 1 ch dau of Col Francis Eppes III
-2 Elizabeth Pettypool
-3 Frances Tucker
-4 Daniel Tucker
-5 Joseph Tudor Tucker Sr b c 1688 Charles City Co d c 1768 Pr Geo Co Va m Martha Colson
-6 William Tucker b Abt 1691, Charles City, Va d Abt 1754 Lunenburg Co, Va m Elizabeth Michaux b Jun 1708, Prince George, Va dau of Abraham Michaus b 1672 d 1717 and Suzanne Rochet b 1667 d 1744
-7 Sarah Tucker b 10 May Bristol Parish Amelia Co VA d 1782 Amelia Co m Abraham Talley b 2 Sep 1721 Bristol Parish son of y Talley and Ann Magee
-1-1 Anne Tucker m William Malone
-1-2 Joseph Tucker
-1-3 Daniel Tucker b 1 Jan 1725 Pr Geo Co Va d 1792 Wake Co NC m Elizabeth Clay b 1715 Amelia Va d 1795
-1-4 Sarah Tucker b 10 May 1725 d 1782 Amelia Co Va m1 John Jesse Clay m2 1745 Allen Abrahem Talley b 2 Sep 1721 son of John Talley and Ann Magee b Amelia Co Va
-1-5 Frances Tucker
-1-6 Elizabeth Tucker
-1-7 James Tucker b 1698 Charles City Co Va d 19 Oct 1770 Mecklenburg Co m1 Mary ?Hudson + 9 ch m2 Elizabeth Jackson
-1-8 Col Robert R Tuckerb 1706 Pr Geo Co VA d 25 May 1769 Amelia Co Va m 1726 Frances Coleman b 1711 Lunenburg d 1769 Amelia dau of William Coleman and Faith Godfrey
-1-9 George Tucker
-1-10 John Tucker
-1-11 Francis Tucker
-5-1 Martha Tucker b c 1716 m John Williamson
-5-2? Joseph Tucker Jr
-6-1 George R Tucker, Sr. b 4 Sep 1723, Bristol Parish, Prince George Va d 1778 Bute Co NC m1 Jemima Malone b Abt 1725 + 1 ch m2 x + 1 ch
-7-1 Peyton Talley b 1752 Lunenburg Co VA d 1800 Mecklenburg Co m 1778 Halifax Co Elizabeth Gresham m2 Lucy Reed + 1 ch
-1-1-1 John Malone b c 1728 France d 2 Aug 1783 Baltimore m Edith Cole
-1-3-1 Martha Ann Tucker b 1748 NC d 1782 Va m John Ellington b 1710 son of John Ellington
-1-3-2 Mary Tucker b 1741 m John P Spain
-1-4-1 Peyton Talley b 1752 Lunenberg Va d 1800 Mecklenburg Va m 1778 Halifax Va Elizabeth Gresham m2 Lucy Reed + 1 ch
-1-7-1 James Tucker Jr.
-1-7-2 Myhall Tucker
-1-7-3 Lucretia Tucker
-1-7-4 Warner Tucker
-1-7-5 Hudson Tucker
-1-7-6 Robert Tucker b 1752 Lunenburg VA d c 1830 Haywood TN m Mary Wells b c 1756 Lunenburg dau of Benjamin Wells and Wilma Augusta Pitman
-1-7-7 Matthew Tucker
-1-7-8 George Tucker
-1-7-9 Mary Tucker
-1-7-10 Harburt Tucker
-1-7-11 Bartlett Tucker
-1-7-12 Elijah Tucker
-1-8-1 Godfrey Tucker b 1747 Amelia Co Va d 7 Feb 1827 Elberton GA m 1769 Mary Burton
-5-1-1 Jemima Williamson b c 1734 d aft 1771 m Joel Threewits bc 1730 Surry Co Va d by 1784 SC son of John Threewets and ann
-6-1-1 George Tucker b 2 Jan 1743 Lunenburg Co Va d Bef Sep 1804, Randolph Co NC m Maria Dorothea x b Abt 1745 d Bef Sep 1815, Cabarrus Co NC
-6-1-2 William Tucker b 1750 Bristol Parish Pr Geo Co VA d 1813 Randolph Co NC and Matilda Coats Coppock
-7-1-1 Benoni Carter Talley b Oct 1772 in Hanover Co d 1848 Cocke Co TN m 17 Dec 1788 Campbell Co VA Martha Patty Gaulden
-1-1-1-1 Jemima Malone b 1725 George R Tucker b 4 Sep 1723 d 1778 son of William Tucker and Elizabeth Michaux
-1-1-1-2 Dennis Garrett Mallonnee b c 1749
-1-1-1-3 Thomas Mallonnee
-1-1-1-4 James Mallonnee
-1-1-1-5 Rachel B Parrish
-1-1-1-6 John T. Mallonee
-1-1-1-7 William Mallonnee
-1-1-1-8 Leonard Mallonnee
-1-1-1-9 Peter Mallonee
-1-1-1-10 Hezekiah Mallonee
-1-1-1-12 Margaret Mallonee
-1-3-1-1 Jeremiah Ellington b 1739 d 1801 m Frances Jones 1735 d 1802
-1-4-1-1 Benoni Carter Talley b Oct 1772 Hanover Co Va m 17 Dec 1788 Martha Patty Gaulden
-1-7-1-1? possibly here was: Archibald tucker b 1769 d 1814 m Patsy Galaspy b 1782 d 1863 dau of Elijah Galaspy and Mary Rabon
-1-7-6-1 Wyatt Tucker b c 1800 SC d c 1830 Saline Mo m Elizabeth B Glenn
-1-7-6-2 Edward Wells Tucker b c 1804 GA d c 1883 m Margaret Glenn
-1-8-1-1 Sarah Tucker b 1770 d 18 Dec 1820 Monticello Jasper GA m William Cager Sansom
-5-1-1-1 Joel Threewits b c 1758 d by< 22 Dec 1836 Richland Co SC m Lucretia Phelps
-6-1-1-1 Rosannah Tucker b 1773 Rowan Co NC d 1851, Stanley Co NC m James Little b 1767, Rowan Co NC
-6-1-1-2 Lewis Tucker b Abt 1775, Rowan Co NC
-6-1-1-3 George Tucker b Abt 1777, Rowan Co NC m Jemima Malone b 1725 Randolph NC
-6-1-2-1 George Tucker b 1782 Randolph NC d 1 Oct 1834 Lawrence TN m Nancy Callicut b 1785 d 1875 dau of William Callicut b 1770 d 1810 m Prudence Bowling
-7-1-1-1 Armistead Carter Talley b 1813 ?TN d aft 1880 White Pine Cocke Co TN m 21 Jan 1836 Jefferson TN Jane Ona Campbell b 1809 TN dau of Nero Campbell and Nancy H Bird
-1-1-1-1-1 George R. Tucker, Jr.
-1-1-1-1-2 William Tucker
-1-3-1-1-1 Lucy Ellington b 1772 d 1821 m Benjamin Waldron
-1-4-1-1-1 Armstead Carter Talley b 1813 Tn d aft 1880 White Pine cocke TN m 21 Jan 1836 Jefferson TN Jane Ona Campbell
-1-7-1-1-1 Williamson Tucker b 9 Sep 1800 Surry NC d 8 Jun 1879 Hawkins TN m Margaret Feagins
-1-7-1-1-1-1 Branch Tucker b 1821 d 1900 m Phoebe Jones
-1-7-1-1-1-1-1 Rosanna Tucker b 1854 d 1919 m James McLain
-1-7-1-1-1-1-1 Ellis McLain m Ovie Young dau of John Young and Nancy Kelley parents of Ralph McLain, author's DNA match
-1-7-6-1-1 Margaret R Tucker b Mar 1821 Haywood Co TN m John Bud Tucker b 15 Apr 1822 Giles Co TN d 17 Jan 1879 Le Flore Co OK son of Edward Well Tucker and Margaret Glenn
-1-7-6-1-1-1 Mary Tucker b 1849 d 1900 Pittsburg OK m John R Williams
-1-7-6-1-1-2 Matilda Ann Tucker b 25 Oct 1860 AR d 4 Sep 1947 m William Leslie Smedley
-1-7-6-2-1 John Bud Tucker b 15 Apr 1822 m Margaret R Tucker
-1-8-1-1-1 James Sansom b 1787 Lunenburg Va d 1866 Coffee AL m Lucy Wright + 4 ch
-5-1-1-1-1 Epps Davis Threewits b 1799 SC d 10 Oct 1858 Lexington Co SC m William Geiger
-5-1-1-1-1-1 Louisa Geiger b 1832 Lexington Co SC d 1901 Saluda Co SC m Samuel Jacob Lorick
-5-1-1-1-1-1-1 Jacob Geiger Lorick b 8 Oct 1859 d 21 Jun 1950 m Shadie Ann Whitman
-6-1-1-1-1 Daniel Little b 25 Dec 1791, NC d Abt 1869, Cabarrus Co NC
-6-1-1-1-2 George Singleton Little b Abt 1793, d 22 Aug 1853, Union Co Ga
-6-1-1-1-3 Elizabeth Little b 1796, Montgomery Co NC
-6-1-1-1-4 Sophia Little b 1804, Montgomery Co NC
-6-1-1-1-5 Jacob W Little b 1805, Montgomery Co NC d 10 Oct 1858, Union C NC
-6-1-1-1-6 John Little b 6 Aug 1797, Montgomery Co NC d 6 Dec 1863, Paulding, Ga
-6-1-1-1-7 James Little b 1798, Stanley Co NC d 18 May 1847, Stanley Co NC
-6-1-1-1-8 Aaron Little b 1 Feb 1800, Cabarrus Co NoC d 23 Apr 1870, Union Co NC
-6-1-1-1-9 Polly Little b 1802, Cabarrus Co NC d 1863
-6-1-1-1-10 Mary Little b 19 Jun 1803, Union Co NC d 1863, Union Co NC
-6-1-1-1-11 Labon Little b 1808, Montgomery Co NC
-6-1-1-3-1 Robert Tucker b 1747 Pr Geo Co Va d 1790 Randolph Co NC m Sarah Richardson
-6-1-1-3-1-1 James Tucker b 1762 Red House Shoals Mason Co Va d 1820 Mason WV m Permelia Panelope Edwards
-6-1-1-3-1-1-1 Amelia Tucker b 1799 Va d 1880 Monroe Madison Co In m Friend Brown
-6-1-1-3-1-1-1-1 John E Brown b 19 Jul 1828 Mason Co Va d 21 Jan 1918 Union Madison Co In ancestor of Roger Lynn Norris, author's DNA match
Tu10-2 Jane Tucker b 1652 Westmoreland Co d there 1730
m John Berryman b 1650 d 1680
Tu10 =11 John Tucker b 1658 d 1708 m Rebecca x b 1670 d 1698 Tu9 = 10 Sarah Tucker b BEF 1663 m1 William Fitzhugh b 10 JAN 1650/51 in Bedford, England d 21 OCT 1701 in Stafford Co Va (first/?third marriage also claimed to have been to William Veale b 1680 d 1737 s b) m2 aft 1701 Henry Netherton b 1680 Cecil MD d 1716 Westmoreland C VA
Tu9-3 Rose Tucker b ABT 1668 in VA William Fitzhugh b 10 JAN 1650/51 in Bedford, England d 21 OCT 1701 in Stafford Co Va
Tu9-4 William Gerard Tucker b BEF 1671 in Westmoreland Co
Tu8-1 William Fitzhugh b 1676 in King William Co Va.
Tu8-2 Rosamond Fitzhugh b 1680 in Stafford Co Va
Tu8-3 Henry Fitzhugh , Honorable b 15 JAN 1686/87 in King George Co Va
Tu8-4 Thomas Fitzhugh b 1689 in Stafford Co Va
Tu8-5 George Fitzhugh b 1690 in Virginia
Tu8-6 John Fitzhugh b ABT 1691 in Stafford Co Va
Ne8-7 Elizabeth Netherton b 1708 d 1737
Ne8-8 Henry Netherton b 1710 d 1788 m Sarah Rhodes b 1717 d 1785 dau of John Rhodes b 1680 and Ann Payne b 1688 d 1759
Ne8 = 9 Hester Netherton b 1712 Westmoreland Va d there 27 Sep 1749 m Worden Pope Po8 b c 1705 Pope's Creek Va
?Tu8-1-1 possibly here or dau/grandau of a brother was: Elizabeth Fitzhugh b about 1740 m Alexander Gray
Tu8-1-1-1 Robert Gray b 1770 Halifax Co Va d 1798 Williamson Co TN m Henrietta Foley b 1774 Halifax d 1838 Nashville TN dau of Mason Foley b 1755 Va d 1 Mar 1802 Pittsylvania Co Va and Caty Stewart
Ne8-8-1 John Netherton b 1747 Shenandoah Co VA d 1834? Shelby/?Oldham Co KY (presumed son of Henry, not brother) m Elizabeth
Po7 = 8 Benjamin Pope b 10 MAY 1740 in Va d 12 JUN 1816 in Bullitt Co Ky m 11 DEC 1766 in Fauquier Co Behetheland Foote Fo7 = 8
Po7-2 Col. William Pope b Pr William Co Va d Jefferson Co Ky m in Fauquier Co Va Penelope Edwards dau of Hayden Edwards of Fauquier Co. Va b 16 MAR 1715/16 in Stafford Co d Ky 13 JUL 1803 will probated Paris, Bourbon Co Ky and Penelope Sanford b ABT 1725 in England
Po7-3 Jean/Jane Pope b about 1740 d 21 MAY 1816 in Hardin Co Ky m 17 APR 1760 in Westmoreland Co Va Thomas Helm b 14 SEP 1731 in Prince William Co Va moved to the Falls of the Ohio in 1778
Po7-4 John Pope trustee of the town of Dumfries 1786 mem of Va Assembly 1798/9

Ne8-8-1-1 Henry Netherton b Shenandoah Co 1769 d Oldham, KY 1840 m Nancy Hardin b VA 1769 d Oldham Co, KY 1840
Po6-1 George Foote Pope clerk of Bullitt County
m Martha Lancaster Dozier
Po6 Worden Pope b about 1776 Popes Creek, Va/1772 Fauquier Co d 20 Apr 1838 in Louisville, Ky m 11 Sep 1804 in Jefferson Co Ky Elizabeth Taylor Thruston Th6
Po6 =7 Thomas Pope Sr m 7 JUN 1768 in Fauquier Co Du7 Ann Duncan (1745 - 19 Jul 1839)

Ne8-8-1-1-1 Nancy Netherton b Henry Co KY 1809 d Warren, MO m Joseph Ellis b Shelby Co KY Jul. 19, 1806 Henry Co Ky
Po5 Patrick Henry Pope 1806 - 1841 US Congressman m 18 July 1827 Sarah Lawrence Brown Br5
Po5-2 Edmund Pendleton Pope m Nancy Johnson
Po5-3 Col Curran Pope 1813- 186?4 m Matilda Jacob
Po5-4 Hamilton Pope
Po5-5 Paul Pope d y
Po5-6 Moses Pope d y)
Po5-7 Edmonia Pope d unm
Po6-1 Jane Gale Pope m Robert Terrill
Po6-2 Mary Ann Pope d. 1806 m John Sutton
Po6-3 Alexander Pope b: BEF 1770
Po6-4 John Pope b: ABT 1770 m Mary Vance d. 1815
Po6-5 Jeremiah Pope
Po6-6 Humphrey Pope b c 1771 d c 1840
Po6-7 Thomas Pope Jr b BEF 1772 m Elizabeth Lair dau of Andrew Lair and Lady Frances Hubbard, July 27, 1803 in Garrard Co Ky
Po6 Phyllis Ann Pope b 26 MAY 1773 in Fauquier Va m Charles Bland Bl6 b 2 DEC 1765 in Va d 26 Sept 1842 Ky
Po6-9 Elizabeth Pope b ABT 1780 m Nathaniel Robert Jurney b c 1770 d 1816
Po6-10 Robert Pope b BEF 1781 in VA ??m 26 Feb 1799 in Gerrard Co Ky Ellener Vance
Po6-11 William Pope b 25 FEB 1785 m Mary Lair b. a 1788 dau of Andrew Lair and Lady Frances Hubbard

Ne8-8-1-1-1-1 John Ellis b 1849 d 1923 m1 Malissa Doss b 1844 d 1886 m2 Martha Wilson b 1864 d 1929
Po4-1 Elizabeth Thruston Pope (twin 27 Apr 1828-1883) m Dr. William Henry Galt 1827 Ky - 1893
Po4-2 Urith Lawrence Pope (twin 27 Apr 1828-1884) m Joshua Fry Lawrence in 1851
Po4-3 James Brown Pope b 1830
Po4-4 Ellen E.?D. Pope b 25 July 1831 m Dr. John Thruston, son of Charles M. Thruston, on 13 Dec 1858.
Po4-5 Mary Emmeline Pope (1832 ¬-?)
Po4-6 Worden Pope (9 Apr 1836 - ? ) Went to Nicaragua
Po4 Mary Ann Pope b 30 Sept 1838 d 1897 m George Nicholas
Po4-8 Alfred T. Pope d y
Bl5 Thomas Pope Bland b 10 DEC 1791 in Lincoln Co VA = KY d JUN 1844 in Pike Co MO bur 1844 Pike Co MO
Bl5-2 Nancy Bland b 4 Jan 1793
Bl5-3 Sally Bland b 11 Oct 1794 d 5 Nov 1822, m Erasmus Wilmot b 1790 d 18 Apr 1829
Bl5-4 Mildred Bland b 1 May 1796 m Thomas Austin
Bl5-5 Prudence Bland b 1 Oct 1797 m Robert Austin
Bl5-6 Benjamin Bland b 7 Mar 1799
Bl5-7 Mary Bland b 10 Sep 1800 m James S Alderson b 18 Jul 1798
Bl5-8 Elizabeth Bland b 21 Feb 1802
Bl5-9 John Bland b 21 Jul 1804 d 28 Feb 1858 m Cynthia Ann Cox
Bl5-10 Kisiah Bland b 12 Jan 1806 d 19 Feb 1860 m James Brown
Bl5-11 James Bland b 12 Jun 1808
Bl5-12 Julianne Bland b 17 Jan 1810 m Thomas Pope
Bl5-13 Charles Josiah Bland b 5 Mar 1812 d c 1 Jul 1894
Bl5-14 Hiram Bland b 9 Feb 1814 d 18 Feb 1858

Ne8-8-1-1-1-1-1 Lewis Ellis b 1875 d 1880
Ne8-8-1-1-1-1-2 Elizabeth Ellis b 1873 d 1939 m George Duncan
Ne8-8-1-1-1-1-3 Rhoda Ellis b 1880 d 1964 m Jay Hayes b 1877 d 1967
Ne8-8-1-1-1-1-4 Fannie Ellis b 1881
Ni3-2 Samuel Smith Nicholas (1862-1864)
Ni3-3 Mary Emeline Nicholas (1863-1863)
Ni3-4 Worden Pope Nicholas (1864-1942)
Ni3-5 George Nicholas (1866-1926) m Evelyn Belle Thompson
Ni3-2 Samuel Smith Nicholas ( 1862-1864)
Ni3-3 Mary Emeline Nicholas (1863-1863)
Ni3-4 Worden Pope Nicholas (1864-1942) who had issue
Ni3-5 George Nicholas (1866-1926) m Evelyn Belle Thompson in Shelbyville Ky who compiled the extensive genealogical notes on which this part of the genealogy is based. They had 3 sons and a daughter.
Ni3-6 Sarah Lawrence Nicholas (1868-1935) unm
Ni3-7 Patrick Pope Nicholas (1869-1941)
Ni3-8 Thomas Prather Nicholas (1872-1942)
Ni3-9 Lawrence Nicholas (1874-1942) unm
Ni3-10 Cary Nicholas (1876-1897)
Ni3 Matilda Prather Nicholas (1878-1954) m Jun 1906 Dr Thomas Eugene BLAND b 13 JUL 1864 in Bagdad, Shelby Co Ky Mayor of Shelbyville
Ni3-12 Mary Anna Nicholas (1880-1915)
Ni3-13 Samuel Smith Nicholas (1881-1927)
Bl4-1 X Bland b c 1817 ?m Y Moseley
Bl4-2 Sarah Prudence Bland b c 1818 d. 8 Jan. 1856
Bl4-3 Benjamin Mason Bland b 13 NOV 1820
Bl4 Thomas Pope Bland b 12 Oct 1832 m Levicy Jane Harris
Bl4-5 John Duncan Bland b c 1832/3 m x + ch
Bl4-6 Elizabeth Bland b 1833
Bl4-7 Mary S Bland b 9 MAY 1834
Bl4-8 Dalzell Leland Smith Bland b 30 JUL 1838
Bl4-9 William Henry Bland b 29 JAN 1840

Bl2 Anna Pope Bland b 26 Jun 1908 Shelbyville d 15 Feb 1970 Saginaw MI m Dr. Eustace G. Hester
He1-1 Thomas Eugene Hester
He1-2 Dr. jur. William Griffth Hester, author of this website
He1-3 George Nicholas Hester
He1-4 Jane Ann Hester
Bl2-1 Levicy Jane Bland, b. 28 Aug 1910 d unm 15 Mar 1985
Bl3-1 Martha Elizabeth BLAND b 18 DEC 1861 in Shelby Co Ky
Bl3-2 William Leland BLAND b 15 MAR 1863 Shelby Co Ky
Bl3 Dr Thomas Eugene BLAND b 13 JUL 1864 in Bagdad, Shelby Co Ky Mayor of Shelbyville m Matilda Prather Nicholas (1878-1954) + 2 ch s.a.
Bl3-4 Lewellyn BLAND b c 1867
Bl3-5 Sarah Prudence  BLAND b c 1866
Bl3-6 John Henry Bland b 2 Mar 1870
Bl3-7 Mary Beatrice BLAND b: 2 Feb 1878
Bl3-8 Harvey Erwin Bland b: 15 Feb 1885
Tu10-5 Rose Tucker b 1669 d 1762
Tu10-6 William Tucker b 1671 d 1783 m1 Elizabeth Allen b 1688 d 1722 m2 Elizabeth Peyton b 1674 d 1723
Tu11-5 Thomas Tucker b 1628, Norfolk Va d 1677 Norfolk, Va
m x
-1 y Tucker b about 1660 -1-1 y Tucker b about 1685 perhaps of this branch was
-1-1-1 John Tucker b 1719 Pr Geo Co Va d 1801 Amelia Va
m Lucreasia Childress Daniel dau of y Daniel and x Childress
?-1-1-2 Joseph Tucker b about 1710 m about 1730 Lucretia Wynne b abt. 1712 Sussex Va
?-1-1-3 y Tucker b about 1715
-1-1-1-1 Rueben Tucker b about 1760 Dinwiddie Co Va d 7 Jan 1821 Pr Geo Co Va m Lucy Daniels
-1-1-2-1 Lucreta Tucker b 15 Aug 1731 in Albemarle Parish Sussex Va md Peter Winnfield.
-1-1-2-2 Joel Tucker b 1735 d 1772 m Judith x
-1-1-2-3 Benjamen Tucker b 1737.
-1-1-2-4 Robert Wayne Tucker b 8 Sep 1739 m1 Mary Green m2 Mary Gilliam
-1-1-2-5 Anne Tucker b 1740.
-1-1-2-6 Wood Tucker b 1741.
-1-1-2-7 Martha Tucker b 1719 in Henrico, Va m Benjamin Bell
-1-1-2-8 Mary Tucker b 1745 in Bristol Parish Prince George Va bap 26 May 1745 in Bristol Parish Prince George, Va
-1-1-3-1 St George Tucker b about 1750 m Frances Bland wid Randolph b 24 Sep 1752 in Mattox, Chesterfield Va
-1-1-1-1-1 Nancy Tucker b 1 Feb 1803 Dinwiddie Co d1846 Marshall Co Ms
m Hartwell B Vaughan
-1-1-1-1-1 Joseph William Vaughn b 27 Nov 1828 Dinwiddie Va d Rushing Stone Co Ar m Martha Mary E Carpenter b 12 Jul 1849 Upsure Co Tx
-1-1-1-1-1-1 Rebecca Vaughn b 5 Mar 1870 Center Ridge Ar d 1934 Fox Stone Co Ar m Dr Joseph H Williams b 2 Nov 1861 Blount Alabama d Ponca City Ok
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Glennie Ardella Williams ancestor of Joshua Shane Doud, author's DNA match
-1-1-2-1-1 Ann Wingfield b 1760 in Sussex Va
-1-1-2-1-2 Robert Wingfield b 17 Apr 1762 in Sussex Va
-1-1-2-1-3 Lucretia Wingfield b 5 May 1765 in Albemarle Surry Va
-1-1-2-1-4 Sarah Wingfield b 7 Feb 1771 in Albemarle Surry Va
-1-1-2-4-1 Lucretia Tucker b 23 Dec 1759.
-1-1-2-4-2 Frederick Tucker b abt. 1761 in Dinwiddie Va.
-1-1-2-4-3 Lavina Tucker b abt. 1763 in Dinwiddie Va d abt. 1843 in Dinwiddie, Va.
-1-1-2-4-4 Oliva G Tucker b 1765 in Dinwiddie, Va d 1852.
-1-1-2-4-5 Martha Tucker b 1767 in Dinwiddie, Va d 1843.
-1-1-2-4-6 Stith Tucker b 14 Jun 1771 in Albemarle, Sussex, Va.
-1-1-2-4-7 Hannah Tucker b 2 Apr 1769 d 23 Nov 1836
-1-1-2-4-8 Lavinia Tucker b 1773 in Dinwiddie, Va.
-1-1-2-4-9 Peyton Tucker b 1780 in Prince George, Va.
-1-1-2-4-10 Coleman Tucker b 1780 in Dinwiddie, Va.
-1-1-2-4-11 Amey Tucker b 1783 in Dinwiddie Va.
-1-1-2-4-12 Dorothy Tucker b 1786 in Dinwiddie Va
-1-1-2-7-1 Nancy Bell b abt. 1740.
-1-1-2-7-2 Susannah Bell b abt. 1742.
-1-1-2-7-3 Rebecca Bell [b abt. 1746.
-1-1-2-7-4 Benjamin Bell b abt. 1748.
-1-1-2-7-5 Hannah Bell b 27 Jan 1754 in Albemarle Surry Va
-1-1-3-1-1 Richard Randolph b 9 Mar 1770 Va d 1796
-1-1-3-1-2 Theorderick Bland Randolph b 22 Jan 1771 in Va d 14 Feb 1792.
-1-1-3-1-3 John Randolph b 2 Jun 1773 in Prince George Va d 24 May 1833 in Philadelphia
-1-1-3-1-4 Brett Randolph
-1-1-3-1-5 Jane Randolph b 10 Nov 1774 in , Mattox, Chesterfield Va d 1830 in , Beaufort, Bfrt, SC.
-1-1-3-1-6 Anne Frances Bland Tucker b 26 Sep 1779 in Chesterfield, Va d 12 Sep 1813 in RED SULPHUR SPR.
-1-1-3-1-7 Henry St George Tucker b 29 Dec 1780 d 28 Aug 1848.
-1-1-3-1-8 Theoderick Thomas Tucker b 17 Sep 1782.
-1-1-3-1-9 Nathaniel Beverley Tucker b 6 Sep 1784 in Chesterfield, Va d 26 Aug 1851.
-1-1-3-1-10 xy Tucker b d 12 Mar 1786.
-1-1-3-1-11 Henrietta Eliza Tucker b 16 Dec 1787
Tu11-6 Roger Tucker b 1629, Warwick Va
Tu11-?-1 possible son of this generation:
y Tucker b c 1660
-1 y Tucker b c 1690 -1-1 y Tucker b c 1720 -1-1-1 y Tucker b c 1750 -1-1-1-1 John Tucker b 1746 MD d 25 Mar 1834 Bracken Co KY m Elizabeth x + 9 ch (from Ruth Myer's tree, but from Peggy Kline's tree shows a second marriage to Nancy Mitchell b 1783 d 1858 + 1 ch) -1-1-1-1-1 Mary Elizabeth Tucker b 1790 d 1876 m Dora Mitchell b 1794 d 1864
-1-1-1-1-2 Eli Tucker m 1809 Anny Mitchell b about 1795 dau of Walter Mitchell and Lucretia Browning
-1-1-1-1-3 John Tucker b 25 Nov 1789 MD d 12 Nov 1862 Adams Co OH m Sarah Downing b 1790 d 1870
-1-1-1-1-4 Elijah Tucker b 1789 m Ann Mitchell
-1-1-1-1-5 Edward Tucker b 1783 m Polly Burton
-1-1-1-1-6 David Tucker b 1798 m Nancy Orme
-1-1-1-1-7 Lucretia Tucker b 1784 m James Downing b 1779 d 1826
-1-1-1-1-8 Malinda Tucker b 1798 MD m1 Shaddrack Case d 1815 m2 William Case
-1-1-1-1-9 Thomas Tucker b 1782 d 1833 m Catherine Hessler
-1-1-1-1-10 Jeremiah Tucker b 1798 m Nancy Orme
-1-1-1-1-1 William C Tucker b 1821 Ky d Paris Edgar Co IL 1921 m Mary Orm b 1833 d 1925
-1-1-1-1-1-1 Walter S Mitchell b 1813
-1-1-1-1-1-2 Elizabeth Eliza Mary Mitchell b 1815
-1-1-1-1-1-3 Josephus Mitchell b 1820
-1-1-1-1-1-4 Dora Mitchell b 1825
-1-1-1-1-1-5 Martha A Mitchell b 1825
-1-1-1-1-1-6 Amanda Mitchell b 1827
-1-1-1-1-1-7 Nancy Jane Mitchell b 1830
-1-1-1-1-1-8 Mary Mitchell b 1832
-1-1-1-1-1-9 Kasiah Mitchell b 1832 m y Gilham
-1-1-1-1-1-10 Serrilda/Surelda/Zurelda Mitchell b Bracken Co KY Nov. 4, 1836 d Mt Olivet KY Dec. 26, 1906 m Peter B Miller b Mason Co, KY Jun. 3, 1832 d Mt. Olivet KY Aug. 28, 1907
-1-1-1-1-3-1 Elizabeth Tucker b 1816 d 1846
-1-1-1-1-3-2 Jane Tucker b 1814 m1 Bracken Baldwin m2 James Downing b 1810
-1-1-1-1-3-3 William Tucker b 1818 d 1899 m1 Nancy Clark b 1820 d 1879 m2 clara Pitser b 1861 d 1940
-1-1-1-1-3-4 Robert Tucker b 1820 d 1870 m MARY Lyttle b 1832 d 1906
-1-1-1-1-3-5 Ellis Tucker b 1822 d 1910 m Palina Bartholomew b 23 Jul 1827 Brown Co OH d 1913 Creston Union Co IO
-1-1-1-1-3-6 John Tucker b 1824 d 1913 m1 Martha Cooper b 1830 d 1865 m2 Drusilla Little b 1838 d 1923
-1-1-1-1-3-7 James Tucker b 1826 d 1902 m Rachel Mitchell b 17 Feb 1831 OH d 9 Sep 1916 Fayette Co KY
-1-1-1-1-3-8 Matthew Tucker b 1829 d 1862 m Malinda Lowe b 1832 d 1875
-1-1-1-1-1-1 William Tucker b 22 May 1850 Germantown Ky d there 24 Oct 1929 m Mary Gallagher b 12 Jan 1847 Germantown d there 6 Jul 1925 dau of Garrison Gallagher b 1818 and Harriet Reeves
-1-1-1-1-1-10-1 Sylvester Miller b Braken Co, KY Sep. 15, 1856 d Mt Olivet, KY Feb. 16, 1935 m Malinda Wood b Bracken Co, KY Jun. 24, 1858 d Robertson Co, KY May. 5, 1930 dau of William Wood b 1821 d 1875 and Minerva Bratton
-1-1-1-1-1-10-2 Joseph T Miller
-1-1-1-1-3-5-1 William Tucker b 1847 d 1919 m Anna Boyd b 1854
-1-1-1-1-3-5-2 Francis Tucker b 1848 d 1931 m1 Satira Naylor b 1851 d 1894 m2 Pittenger b 1852 d 1875
-1-1-1-1-3-5-3 Clarinda Tucker b 1851 d 1929
-1-1-1-1-3-5-4 Albert Wilson Tucker b 2 Jun 1854 Lewis Co KY d 8 May 1936 Creston Union Co IO m Carolina Emery b 1860 d 1931
-1-1-1-1-3-5-5 Perry Tucker b 1857 d 1924 m Fannie Pickerell b 1862 d 1924
-1-1-1-1-3-5-6 Chester Tucker b 1862 d 1935 m Caroline Huffman b 1870 d 1911
-1-1-1-1-3-5-7 Edward Tucker b 1864 d 1949 m Clara Goodrich b 1868 d 1933
-1-1-1-1-3-5-8 Othnell Tucker b 1867 d 1868
-1-1-1-1-3-5-9 Niman Tucker b 1869 d 1945 m1 Lillian Glenn b 1873 d 1925 m2 Ethel Hundley b 1896
-1-1-1-1-3-5-10 John Tucker b 1868 d 1871
-1-1-1-1-3-5-11 Anna Tucker b 1872 d 1947 m Simon Harris b 1871 d 1946
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1 Nancy Jane Tucker b 1848 Manchester Adams Co OH d 1915 Adams Co OH m Henry Boone b 1840 d 1919
-1-1-1-1-3-6-2 Sarah Tucker b 1849 d 1850
-1-1-1-1-3-6-3 Hannah Tucker b 1852
-1-1-1-1-3-6-4 Simon Tucker b 1854
-1-1-1-1-3-6-5 Elizabeth Tucker b 1856
-1-1-1-1-3-6-6 Malinda Tucker b 1859
-1-1-1-1-3-6-7 Emma Tucker b 1861
-1-1-1-1-3-6-8 Martha Tucker b 1869
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Harry Savage Tucker b 23 Dec 1884 Germantown d 1959 Wilmington Oh m Margaret Eliza Crihfield b 188 Germantown KY7 d 1985 dau of William Crihfield and Eva Pollock (dau of Isaac Pollock and Margaret Savage)
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Vivian Tucker b 1917 d 2007 m Jesse Williams son of Francis Williams b 1882 and Bessie Cummins grandparents of Kennabec Walp, author's DNA match
-1-1-1-1-1-10-1-1 Margaret Miller b 28 Jul 1902 Mt Olivet d 21 Mar 1934 Covington KY m Bshara Borad b 2 Mar 1894 Syria d 1962 Cincinnati grandparents of James Borad, author's DNA match
-1-1-1-1-3-5-4-1 Emery Tucker b 1881 d 1969 m Ada McCornack b 1880 d 1967Olive Tucker b 1883 d 1922 m Louis Harris b 1873 d 1922
-1-1-1-1-3-5-4-2 Iva Tucker b 1892 d 1980 m William Ross b 1888 d 1967
-1-1-1-1-3-5-4-3 Henry Tucker b d 1894
-1-1-1-1-3-5-4-4 Bessie Tucker b 1896 d 1961 m Thomas Polson
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-1 Jemima Boone b 1866 d 1958
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-2 Jessie Boone b 1868 d 1882
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-3 Anna Boone b 1869 d 1870
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-4 Simon Boone b 1871 d 1937
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-5 John Boone b 1874 d 1949 m Maude
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-5-1 Beatrice Boone
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-5-2 Edith Boone
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-5-3 Sherman Boone
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-5-4 W Boone
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-5-5 Virgil Boone
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-5-6 Floyd Boone
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-6 Henry Boone b 1876 d 1935 m Josie Dryden b 1884 d 1976
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-6-1 Beathel Boone b 1903 d 1987 m Ralph Games and had Judith b 1940 d 2001
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-6-2 Carlos Boone b 1906 d 1981 m Garnet Lewis b 1908 d 2003 had Patsy, Naomi, Elmer and
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-6-2-4 Josie Boone m Conrad Winterhalter b 1931 d 2012
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-6-2-4-1 Rick Winterhalter m Mary Ward
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-6-2-4-2 Lisa Winterhalter, author's DNA match m Gavin Fielden
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-6-3 Ray Boone b 1908 d 1978 had John and Russell
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-6-4 Inez Boone b 1911 d 1993 m Elmer Claudy b 1906 d 1988
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-6-5 Daniel Boone b 1917 d 1976
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-6-6 lemuel Boone b 1921 d 1972
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-7 Marshall Boone b 1878 d 1902
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-8 Bertha Boone b 1879 d 1921
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-9 Emma Boone b 1881 d 1943
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-10 Omer Boone b 1883 d 1896
-1-1-1-1-3-6-1-11 Lucy Boone b 1886 d 1980
Tu11-7 Samuel Tucker b 1630, Curles, Henrico Va d 1670, Curles, Henrico, Va master of the ship the Vine Tree
m Jane Larcome b 29 NOV 1638 in Curles, Henrico Co Va she m2 24 Nov 1670 John Pleasants b 27 FEB 1643/44 in England and had John, Joseph and Elizabeth Pleasants
Tu11-7-1 Rose Tucker b ABT 1648 in Westmoreland Co Va
Tu11-7-2 Mary Tucker b 1657 d after 1710 in Curles
m1 1677 John Woodson III b 1655 Curles Henrico Co Va d after 1 May 1700 Quaker he m2 c 1654 Henrico Co Va Mary Pleasants dau of John Pleasants and Jane sis of John Pleasants
+1 John "Tub" Woodson Jr b 1632 in Fleur de Hundred, Prince George Co., VA d Sep 1684 in Fleur de Hundred, Prince George Co VA signed a will on 26 Aug 1684 in Prince George Co VA. Quaker will probated on 1 Oct 1684 in Prince George Co VA
m Sarah Browne 1 about 1677 in Henrico Co VA b about 1632 d 2 on 16 Jun 1692 in Henrico Co VA
-b Robert "Potatoe Hole" Woodson b 1657/c34 Henrico Co d 1684 m Elizabeth Ferris b c 1638 James City/Henrico Co VA d 1689 dau of Richard Ferris Sr b 1596 d 1647 and Elizabeth x grandau of Nicholas FERRIS & Mary WOODENOTH/WODENORTH (Ferris may be a variant form of may descend from or be related to: Ferrers, Ferrers 2 or Ferrers 3.)
-b-1 John Woodson b 1658 Curles Henrico Co d 12/05/1715 m Judith Tarleton
-b-1-1 Tarleton Woodson b 1681 in Henrico, Va m 1710 Ursula Fleming b ABT 1687 in New Kent Co dau of Charles Fleming b 10 DEC 1659 in Va and Susanna Tarleton b 1665 in New Kent
-b-1-1-1 Charles Woodson Sr b 1711 Henrico Co d 1796 Powhatan Co
-b-1-1-1-1 Charles Woodson Jr b 1737 Henrico Co d 1796 Powhatan Co m Ann Trotter b c 1740 Henrico Co d 1806 Powhatan Co Henrico Co d 1785 Henrico Co had issue
-b-1-1-1-1-1 Sarah Ellyson Woodson b 4 Aug 1749 Henrico Co m Archibald Bolling
-b-1-1-2 Susanna Woodson b c 1713 m 13 Sep 1731 John Cocke Pleasants b ABT 1709 in Henrico son of Doroth< Cary
-b-1-1-2-1 James Pleasants b ABT 1732 in 'Contention', Goochland m 14 Jun 1759 Anna Randolph b ABT 1734 in Albemarle Co
-b-1-1-2-2 Susanna Pleasants b ABT 1740 in Henrico Co
-b-1-1-2-3 Matthew Pleasants b ABT 1744 in Henrico Co
-b-1-1-2-4 Archibald Pleasants b: 11 JAN 1745/46 in Henrico
-b-1-2 Josiah Woodson b ABT 1698
-b-1-3 Stephen Woodson b: ABT 1700 in Henrico Co
-b-2 Richard Woodson b 1662 Henrico Co, Curles d 1716, Henrico Co m Anne Smith
-b-2-1 Richard "Baron Woodson" WOODSON Esq. of Poplar Hill m c 1715 Henrico Co Anne Madeline Michaux
-b-2-1-1 Elizabeth WOODSON b 6 Jun 1740 d 29 Sep 1791 m 29 Mar 1755 Nathaniel Venable
-b-2-1-1-1 Mary VENABLE
-b-2-1-1-2 Nathaniel VENABLE
-b-2-1-1-3 Col Samuel Woodson VENABLE b 19 Nov 1756 d 1821 m 15 Aug 1781 Mary Scott Carrington b 14 Nov 1756 Charlotte, Mulberry Hill, VA d 21 Mar 1837 dau of Judge Paul Carrington of Mulberry Hill and Margaret Reade
-b-2-1-1-3-1 Margaret Read VENABLE b c 1782 m 25 Jun 1809 VA Nicholas Cabell Jr
-b-2-1-1-4 Abraham Bedford VENABLE
-b-2-1-1-5 Betsy Anne VENABLE
-b-2-1-1-6 Richard N. VENABLE
-b-2-1-1-7 William L. VENABLE
-b-2-1-1-8 Thomas VENABLE
-b-2-1-2 Agnes WOODSON
-b-2-2 Obadiah WOODSON
-b-2-3 John WOODSON
-b-2-4 Elizabeth WOODSON
-b-2-5 Joseph WOODSON
-b-2-6 Judith WOODSON
-b-2-7 Mary WOODSON
-b-2-8 Agnes WOODSON
-b-3 Richard WOODSON b 1662 d ABT 1716 m c 1689 Anne Smith
-b-4 Joseph Woodson b 1664 Curles Henrico Co d 10/1735 m Mary Jane Tucker Woodson Tu11-7-2-4 b 1686 in Henrico
-b-5 Sarah Woodson b 1665 Curles Henrico Co d 10/12/1710 m Edward Mosby
-b-6 Benjamin Lewis Woodson b 8/21/1666 Henrico Co, Curles m Sarah Porter
-b-6-1 Robert Woodson b 1708 Henrico Co d 1750 m Rebecca Pryor
-b-6-1-1 Lt Robert Woodson b 1744 d 1837 m Elizabeth Goodwin ancestors of Deborah Callicott, author's DNA match
-b-6-1-2 Elizabeth Woodson b 1738 m Shadrack Mims
-b-7 Elizabeth Ferris Woodson b 1670 Henrico Co, Curles m William Lewis b 1638 Monmouthshire d 1658 had issue
-b-8 Judith Williams WOODSON b c 1676 d 1747 m 1704 William Cannon
-b-9 Mary Woodson b 1678 Curles Henrico Co d 1 Feb 1766 m 30 Oct 1705 Goochland Co George Payne b 1680 Sittingbourne Parish Rappahannock Va d 15 Jan 1744 Goochland Co son of William Payne and Susannah Merriman ancestors of P G Dickerson, author's DNA match
-c
+2 Dr. John Woodsonb 1586 in Dorchester, Devonshire, ENG d 3 on 18 Apr 1644 in Fleur de Hundred, Prince George Co VA Graduated from St. John's College, Oxford, 1604; came to Virginia in the "George", 1619.
m 1619 in Dorsetshire Sarah Winston b 1590 in Devonshire ENG d 17 Jan 1659/60 in Henrico Co VA dau of Isaac Winston and Mary Dabney
-b Col. Robert "Potatoe Hole" Woodson b 1632/4 Jamestown d 1716 m 1656 in Curles Henrico Co Elizabeth Ferris b 1638 in Curles Henrico Co VA d before 1689 in Curles, Henrico Co + 9 ch dau of Richard Ferris and Elizabeth

-c Deborah Woodson b about 1636
+3 Woodson -b-1 John Woodson b 1658 Henrico Va d 1715 m Judith Tarleton
-b-2 Robert Woodson Jr b 1658 Henrico Co Va d 1715 m1 Sarah Lewis m2 Rachel Watkins b c 1697 dau of Henry Watkins and Catherine
-b-3 Richard Woodson b 1662 Henrico d by 1716 m Elizabeth Anne Smith b c 1675 d 1746 dau of Obediah Smith and Mary Cocke
-b-4 Sarah Woodson b 1662 Curles d 12 Aug 1716 m 1689 Edward Mosby
-b-5 Joseph Woodson b 1664 d 1735 m 6 Apr 1701 Mary Jane Woodson dau of Robert Woodson Jr and Sarah Lewis
-b-6 Benjamin Lewis Woodson b 21 Aug 1666 m Sarah Porter b c 1683 d after 1722 dau of William Porter and Margaret Amos
-b-7 Elizabeth Woodson b 1670 Curles d 1740 Goochland Va m William Lewis son of John Lewis and Sarah George
-b-7-1 Joseph Lewis b 1707 Henrico
-b-7-1-1 Elizabeth Lewis m William Robards
-b-8 Judith Woodson b c 1673 m William Cannon
-b-9 Mary Woodson b c 1678 (?dau of -b-1?) m 1704 George Payne Sr

-b-2-1 Robert (III) WOODSON
-b-2-2 Elizabeth WOODSON
-b-2-3 Sarah WOODSON
-b-2-4 Stephen WOODSON
-b-2-5 Mary WOODSON
-b-2-6 Agnes WOODSON
-b-2-8 Jonathon Woodson
-b-2-9 Elizabeth Woodson
-b-2-10 judith Woodson
-b-3-7 Mary Woodson m Richard Freeman
-b-4-1 Benjamin Mosby
-b-4-2 Hezekiah Mosby b 1695 d 20 Dec 1787 m Elizabeth Cox Southam Parish Powhatan Co
-b-4-3 John Mosby b by 1689 Henrico Co d 1718 m Martha Womack b 1680 dau of Abraham Womack
-b-5-1 Tucker Woodson m1 Sarah Hughes m2 Mary Netherland
-b-5-2 Judith Woodson b c 1709 Henrico Co Va m Charles Christian son of Charles Christian and Elizabeth Hunt
-b-6-1 William WOODSONb c 1700 d c 1783 m c 1720 Sarah Allen + 5 ch
-b-6-2 Benjamin WOODSON Jr b c 1702 d 19 Aug 1735 m Elizabeth Watkins + 3 ch dau of Thomas Watkins of Swift Creek b 1678
-b-6-3 Joseph WOODSON b c 1704 d c 1791 Powhatan Co Va m Susannah Watkins + 3 ch dau of Thomas Watkins of Swift Creek
-b-6-4 Robert Woodson b 1708 m Rebecca Pryor dau of John Pryor

-b-2-8-1 Jonathan Woodson III m Margaret Barfield
-b-2-8-1-1 Emma Louiza Woodson m Samuel Gaithright Stozier
-b-4-3-1 John Mosby Jr b c 1700 d 7 Dec 1801 m Lucy Allen
-b-4-3-1-1 Robert MOSBY
-b-4-3-1-2 Susanna MOSBY
-b-4-3-1-3 Elizabeth MOSBY b 1754 henrico Co m Banjamin Sheppard
-b-4-3-1-4 Benjamin MOSBY
-b-4-3-1-5 Mary MOSBY b 1756 Henrico Co m Joseph Sheppard
-b-4-3-1-6 Joseph MOSBY
-b-4-3-1-7 Hezekiah MOSBY
-b-4-3-1-8 William MOSBY
-b-4-3-1-9 Lucy Mosby b 1760 Henrico Co d 26 Sep 1819 Ohio Co Ky m 1780 John James b 1750 Armsfield Plantation, Hanover Co VA d 16 SEP 1819 Beaver Dam Ohio Co KY
-b-4-3-1-10 Ann (Nancy) MOSBY b 1766 Henrico Co m Woodson Parsons
-b-4-3-1-11 Samuel MOSBY
-b-4-3-1-12 Martha MOSBY
-b-6-1-1 William WOODSON b ABT 1700 d ABT 1783 m c 1720 Sarah Allen b c 1783
-b-6-1-1-1 William WOODSON
-b-6-1-1-2 Drury WOODSON b 1722 d 1788 Cumberland Co VA m Lucy Christian b 1735
-b-6-1-1-3 Jesse WOODSON
-b-6-1-1-4 Susannah WOODSON b c 1738 m William Bugg + 9 ch
-b-6-1-1-5 Shadrach WOODSON d c 1796 Gerrard Co Ky m Susannah x
-b-6-1-1-5-1 Sarah J. (Sally) Woodson, m 1784 Rev. Randolph Hall, son of Rev. Nathan Hall of VA
-b-6-1-1-5-2 David Woodson, m. 1795 Margaret "Peggy" Ritter, dau of of Abraham & Margaret Ritter
-b-6-1-1-5-3 Frances (Fanny) Walker Woodson, m Joseph Ellis
-b-6-1-1-5-4 William Woodson m1 1797 Tabitha NewkinNowlin, dau of James (Nowland) Nowlin in Garrard Co., KY; m. 2nd 1835 Ann Burton Baker. *see below
-b-6-1-1-5-5 Jane Woodson d bef 1815 m. 1796 Edward Barnett Jr. in Lincoln Co KY
-b-6-1-1-5-6 Joseph (Jesse) Woodson d c 1806 m. 1798 Sarah Ford, in Bourbon Co KY d. 1863 dau. of Hezekel Ford of Shelby Co
-b-6-1-1-5-7 Shadrach Woodson Jr b 1784 m1 Elacy Ritter m2 Martha Haines/Haynes Ann
-b-6-1-1-5-8 Judith "Judah" Woodson, m Neal Hall, d. Barren Co KY Nancy, Jo,
-b-6-1-1-5-9 Betsy (Elizabeth?) Woodson d AR, m1 Eleaser Barnett m2 Thomas Denton m3 John H. Fowler
-b-6-1-1-5-10 Susannah Woodson, m John Legan (first wife) 1812, Henry Co KY
-b-6-2-1 Thomas WOODSON
-b-6-2-2 Jacob WOODSON
-b-6-2-3 Elizabeth WOODSON
-b-6-3-1 Elizabeth WOODSON b 1728 Henrico Co m William Hobson
-b-6-3-2 Mary WOODSON b 1734 m m Poindexter Mosby
-b-6-3-2-1 Daniel Mosby b 1745 d 1822 Nelson Co Va m Sarah Hankings Harris b 1749 dau of William Lee Harris and Sarah Mary Netherland
-b-6-4-1 James Woodson b 1730 m Elizabeth Whitlock
-b-6-4-1-1 James Woodson Jr b 10 Mar 1758 m Anna Goodwin
-b-6-4-1-1-1 James P Woodson b 1789 ancestor of Patricia Sanderfer Weiss, DNA match of David Nicholas.
Tu11-7-2-1 Joseph W. WOODSON b 1685 d after 4 Apr 1752
m1 Elizabeth Scott + 1 ch
m2 by 1 Oct 1724, Elizabeth Murrey dau of John Murrey of Isle of Wight Co
m3 Nov 1706 Mary Sanbourne + 1 ch dau of Daniel Sanborne of Isle of Wight Co
-1 Mary Woodson m William Pierce
-2 John Woodson.
-3 Lucy Woodson dy.
-4 Joseph Woodson Jr. d before 1757.
-5 Tucker Woodson d y
-6 Elizabeth Woodson
-7 Sanburne Woodson b about 1707 d before 28 Jun 1756 m1 Charity x + 5 ch m2 about 1728 in Cumberland Co Va Elizabeth Hughes b about 1710 in Henrico Co dau of Stephen Hughes and Elizabeth Childers
-1-1 y b before 1752
-2-1?
-7-1 Sarah Woodson.
-7-2 Jane Woodson m 25 Nov 1768 Ambrose Bramlitt b VA.
-7-3 Jesse Woodson.
-7-4 Mary Ann Woodson.
-7-5 Hughes Woodson b 1730 d 1810
Tu11-7-2-2 Samuel Tucker WOODSON b about 1680 d 1718 -1 Jane Woodson ?confusion with Tu11-9-1-4
m Col Robert Lewis
-2? possibly here was: Judith Woodson b c 1711 m Benjamin Mims b 13 Jun 1710 New Kent Co Va d1789 Anson NC

-2-1 David Mims, b Bet. 1731 - 1737 d 30 Aug 1813 in massacre at Ft. Mims, AL.
-2-2 Thomas Mims, b 15 Jul 1736 in Richmond Co., NC/Goochland, VA d Jan 1809 in Anson Co NC m Mary x
-2-3 Richard Mims, b Bet. 1740 - 1750.
-2-4 Benjamin Mims, Jr., b Abt. 1745.
-2-5 Samuel Mims, b Abt. 1747 in Albemarle, VA d 30 Aug 1813 in massacre at Ft. Mims, AL.
-2-6 William Mims, b Abt. 1750 d Aft. 1830.

-2-2-1 Richard Mims b 1754 Darlington SC m Elizabeth Andrews b 1756 Darlington

-2-2-1-1 Jacob Mims b 1783 Darlington d 24 Jul 1851 Cartersville SC m Esther Reynolds b 1794 Columbus NC d Oct 1872 Sardis SC
-2-2-1-1-1 Jacob Samuel Mims m Tabitha Agnes McCoy
-2-2-1-1-1-1 Harriet Mims b 1851 SC d 1930 Neshoba MS m Riley A Cumberland ancestors of Todd Darrin Duke, Nellie Irene Reif's DNA match
Tu11-7-2-3 Benjamin WOODSON b 1684 Curles Henrico Co Va d 1778 Fluvanna Co Va
m 1720 in New Kent Co Frances Napier b 5 Feb 1695 New Kent Co Va d 25 Oct 1777
dau of Robert NAPIER and Mary PERRIN
grandau of Patrick NAPIER b 1634 d 1669 and Elizabeth Booth b 1645 d 1672
grgrandau of Patrick NAPIER b ABT. 1608 d NOV 1659 and Joane Wallis
-1 Benjamin Woodson Jr b c 1733 m Rebecca Cooke
-2 Booth Woodson b about 1730 ?m Nancy Ann Shelton b about 1745 d c 1837 or Tabitha Cooke
-3 John WOODSON b about 1740 m 18 Mar 1760 Goochland Co Va Mary Mims
-5 Mary Perrin WOODSON b about 1727 d 1833 m 9 Apr 1739 Albemarle Co Va Joseph Fitzpatrick b about 1725 d before 1 Nov 1781 son of William Fitzpatrick and Sarah Breckenridge
-6 Frances WOODSON b about 1725 d about 1790 m 1747 in Goochland Co George Dabney ANDERSON b about 1720
-7 Rene Woodson b 1730 d by 23 Feb 1818 m1 Martha Johnson m2 Mary Thompson b c 1714.
-8 Patrick Woodson b 1740.

-3-1 Jennie Booth WOODSON, b 25 Oct 1760
-3-2 Elizabeth WOODSON, b 22 May 1764
-3-3 Booth WOODSON, b 28 Aug 1771
-6-1 Elizabeth Dabney Anderson b 17 Nov 1753 in Henrico Co. VA d 30 Dec 1819 in Fluvanna Co. VA
-6-2 Frances ANDERSON b about 1755 m John DUNCAN
-6-3 Mary Woodson "Molly" ANDERSON, b about 1755 VA Dickson Co TN m Joseph BUNCH b about 1750
-6-4 Nathaniel ANDERSON m 20 Nov 1783/85, Fluvanna Co VA, Mary MAYO
-6-5 Benjamin ANDERSON b abt. 1745 d aft. 1810 in Fluvanna Co m1 27 Jan 1769 St James Parish Goochland Va Judith Mims dau of David Mims Sr and Agnes Weldy m2 3 Nov 1773 Sarah Johnson Susannah ANDERSON b 22 Sep 1758
-6-6 Rev George Dabney ANDERSON b about 1750 d 1811 Fluvanna Co m 23 Mar 1769 St James Northam Parish Goochland Susannah Mims b 1736 Goochland dau of David Mims and Agnes Weldy
-6-7 Susannah ANDERSON b 22 Sep 1758
-6-8 Elizabeth Dabney Anderson, b Dec 17, 1753 d Nov 30, 1819

-6-6-1 Elizabeth Gardner Anderson d Bef. 1850 in Fluvanna Co m 8 March 1803 in Fluvanna Co Minor Winn b c 1785 Hanover Co VA son of Hezekiah Winn and Christiana Bowls
-6-6-2 George Anderson, m Joanna Garrett
-6-6-3 Benjamin Anderson, married Elizabeth Champion
-6-6-4 Agnes Anderson, born 29 June in Fluvanna Co m 28 June 1802 in Fluvanna Co William North
-6-6-5 Sarah Anderson, b 1 March 1770 m 14 November 1798 in Fluvanna Co John Daniel Woody
-6-6-6 Judith Anderson b about 1775 m 12 Jan 1795 in Fluvanna Co Richard B. Payne
-6-6-7 Mary Anderson, b 26 Nov c1777 in Fluvanna Co Va m John Bryant

-6-6-1-1 Isabella Winn m 1822 in Fluvanna Co Fleming Payne
-6-6-1-2 Martha Winn m John D. Johnson
-6-6-1-3 Mary Winn m 24 Jan 1833 in Fluvanna Co James H. Hughs
-6-6-1-4 Susan M. Winn b ca. 1801 in Fluvanna co d 15 April 1874 in Fluvanna co m 7 June 1820 in Fluvanna Co Richard R. McCary son of Daniel McCary and Patsey Johnson
-6-6-1-5 Hezekiah Winn b ca. 1808 in Fluvanna Co m 3 September 1830 in Fluvanna Co Agnes Anderson
-6-6-1-6 Sarah D. Winn b ca. 1808 in Fluvanna Co d ca. 1870 in Fluvanna Co m 23 Sep 1824 in Fluvanna Co George Payton McCary b c 1797 in Goochland Co d 23 Dec 1863 in Fluvanna co son of Daniel McCary and Patsey Johnson
-6-6-1-7 Elizabeth Winn b ca. 1816 m probably John W. Mayo
-6-6-1-8 John Bowles Winn b ca. 1826 in Fluvanna Co m Rebecca Anderson
Tu11-7-2-4 Mary Jane Tucker Woodson b 1686 in Henrico, Va
m Joseph Woodson b 1664 in Henrico, Va son of Robert Woodson b 1634 in Henrico, Va and Elizabeth Ferris b 1638 grandson of Dr. John Woodson b 1586 in England and Sarah Winston b ABT 1590 in England
-1 Tucker Woodson b 1720 d 1795 m 23 Mar 1739/40 Sarah Hughes b 1724 -1-1 Jane Woodson b 1742 Goochland Co m 20 Feb 1760 Goochland Co Robert Lewis
-2-1
-2-2 Stephen Woodson b 1682 m Mary WOODSON b about 1706 s.b.
-2-3? possibly here was: Robert Woodson Jr b about 1685 m Rebecca PRYOR
-6-1 Robert Moseby m Agnes Watson
-1-1-1 Elizabeth Jane Woodson Lewis b 1782 in Albemarle Co m 2 Sep 1797 Lilburne Lewis b ABT 1773 in Va
-2-1-1 Benjamin Lewis Woodson b 21 Aug 1666 m Sarah Porter
-2-2-1 Stephen Woodson
-2-3-1 Elizabeth WOODSON b c 1725 m Shadrach MIMS b 1724 Goochland Co d 17 Nov 1777 Goochland Co
-6-1-1 Agnaes Moseby m Renald Rene la Force Jr
-1-1-1-1 Jane Woodson Lewis b ABT 1800 in Albemarle Co
-2-1-1-1 Robert Woodson b 1708 m Rebecca Pryor dau of John Pryor
-6-1-1-1 Renald Rene la Force III m Mary Jand Gillespie ancestor of Dea Ann Heinen, author's DNA match.

-2-1-1-1-1 James Woodson Sr b 1730 m Elizabeth Whitlock
-2-1-1-1-1-1 James Woodson Sr b 1758 m Anna Goodwin
-2-1-1-1-1-1-1 James P Woodson Sr b 1789 ancestor of Patricia Sandifer Weiss, David Nicholas's DNA match
Tu11-7-2-4-1 John WOODSON b 1705 in Henrico Co Va d about 2 Nov 173
Tu11-7-2-4-2 Mary WOODSON b about 1706 m BEF 1729 Goochland Co Stephen WOODSON b about 1682 d about 1761 son of Robert Woodson Jr and Elizabeth Lewis -1 Stephen WOODSON
Tu11-7-2-4-3 Joseph WOODSON b about 1709
Tu11-7-2-4-4 Judith WOODSON b about 1716 d 1738 m 1730 Charles Christian Jr b about 1708 d about 1784 Goochland Co son of Charles CHRISTIAN Sr. and Elizabeth HUNT he m2 1739 Mary Leake + 5 ch -1 Lucy Christian b 1735 Goochland/?Cumberland Co Va m Drury Woodson b 1722 Cumberland Co Va d 1788 son of William WOODSON b about 1700 ?Henrico Co and Sarah ALLEN b about 1690 grandson of Benjamin Lewis WOODSON Sr. and Sarah PORTER
-2 Judith Woodson Christian b 1738 in Goochland, Goochland Co VA d about 1814 in Granville NC m Chesley Daniel b 6 Jan 1730/1731 in Goochland Co d 11 Sep 1814 in Granville NC son of Capt. James Daniel and Elizabeth Woodson in 1760 in Goochland, Goochland Co., VA.
-1-1 Judith Woodson b about 1755 m y Johnson
-1-2 Charles Woodson
-1-3 Mary Woodson b 1765 Cumberland Co VA m c 1788 William King b 1749 Louisa Co VA half brother of Phillip son of Thomas Kingand Sarah alexander
-1-4 Elizabeth Woodson
-1-5 Martha Woodson
-1-6 Nancy Woodson b about d 22 Oct 1840 m Philip King b 22 May 1760 d 14 Aug 1836 n Viola TN
-1-1-1 xy Johnson
-1-6-1 Catherine (Kitty) King b 4 Feb 1801 bur on Burem plantation outside Hematite MO m Paschal H Burem
-1-6-2 William King d unm 1862
-1-6-3 Nancy King m John Lester
-1-6-4 Thomas Jefferson King m Fannie Ramsey
-1-6-5 Lucy King m Miles Bonner b 13 Jul 1804 d 19 Sep 1888
-1-6-6 Wilson Carey Nelson King m Elizabeth Sellers + 2 dau 5 sons
-1-6-7 Elliot King
-1-6-8 Drury Woodson King m Isabell Allison # dau m y Donica moved to Arkansas

-1-6-3-1 Philip King Lester
-1-6-4-1 Elizabeth "Maggie" m George Washington Ramsey
-1-6-4-2 dau dy
-1-6-4-3 Philip King
-1-6-4-4 William King m Queen Thomas
-1-6-4-5 Lucy King
-1-6-4-5 Catherine King
-1-6-4-7 Nancy King
-1-6-4-8 Zella King
-1-6-6-1 Elizabeth King m Tade Northcutt
-1-6-6-2 Nancy King m Albert Johnson
-1-6-6-3 Hiram King m Jane Cope
-1-6-6-4 Philip King m Mollie Sims
-1-6-6-5 John King d 1929 m Malvina Higginbottom
-1-6-6-6 Drury King m Tenna Bonner
-1-6-6-7 William King d Civil War CSA
-1-6-8-1 Lucy King
Tu11-7-2-4-5 Martha WOODSON b about 1716 Goochland Co Va d after 1766 Buckingham Co Va
m ABT 1734, Va John CANNON b about 1709 d 21 May 1757 son of William Cannon and Judith Woodson
-1 Col William CANNON b 18 Nov 1749 Mt Ida Buckingham Co d Sep 1819 Princeton Cadwell Co Ky
m1 about 1768 Va Sarah Mosby b 17 Feb 1751 Cumberland Co Va d before 1798 dau of Littleberry C. MOSBY of Font Hill and Elizabeth NETHERLAND
m2 24 Jun 1790 in Amelia Courthouse, Amelia Co VA Elizabeth Cocke b 22 Jan 1753 d before 1807 Buckingham Co Va + 3 ch dau of James Powell Cocke Jr. and Mary Magdalaine Chastain (The Flournoy Family, Flournoy Rivers, Genealogies of Virginia Families from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. III, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1981)
-1-1 Martha Cannon b about 1775 d before 1 Sep 1838 m about 1793 in Va Silas Flourney/Flournoy
-1-2 William Cannon Jr. was b in 1796 in Buckingham Co., VA. He d in Feb 1838 in Trigg Co., KY.
-1-3 John James Cannon b 5 Sep 1794 in Buckingham Co b 4 Jan 1850 in Trigg Co KY bur in Rogers Graveyard Trigg Co KY.
-1-4 James Cannon b 1755/1798 d 1764/1874
-1-1-1 Eliza Susan Flournoy b 18 Nov 1794 d 16 Apr 1829 m 2 Sep 1813 in Davisdon Co TN Alfred Moore Harris b Oct 1789 in Pulaski, Giles Co TN d 21 Feb 1828 in Pulaski, Giles Co TN son of Tyree Harris and Susannah Swift
-1-1-2 Alfred Flournoy b 3 Dec 1796 d 29 Oct 1873 m1 1819 in Pulaski, Giles Co Martha Moore b 25 Dec 1803 d 13 Sep 1834 in Pulaski, Giles Co TN bur Locust Hill, Pulaski + 7 ch m2 after 1834 in Pulaski Maria Ward Camp + 6 ch
-1-1-3 William Cannon Flournoy b 5 Apr 1800 d 23 Sep 1838 m 4 Nov 1828 in McMinnville, Warren Co TN Martha Camp b2 Nov 1810. d 13 Apr 1875 in Pulaski
-1-1-4 Martha Flournoy b 13 Jan 1802 d 25 May 1822 m Joseph Trotter
-1-1-5 Louisa Ann Flournoy b about 1804 d 26 Sep 1878 m before 1820 in Pulaski, Giles Co TN Tryon Milton Yancey son of Thomas Yancey and Kesiah Simmons b in 1794 in Oxford, Granville Co NC d after 1860 graduated in 1812 in University of NC
-1-1-6 Mary Amanda Flournoy b 23 Apr 1806 d 23 Apr 1860 m 16 Aug 1821 in "Locust Hill" Judge William Hume Field b 10 Jul 1796 in Brunswick Co., VA d 10 May 1861 in Little Rock
-1-1-7 Madison Flournoy b before 1808 in Farmington Albemarle Co VA
-1-1-8 Julia Ann Flournoy b 10 Jan 1811 d 5 Aug 1873
-1-1-9 Silas Flournoy Jr. b 1815 in Davisdon Co., TN d 31 Oct 1844 in Caddo Par LA. m 1834 Elizabeth Wall Camp b 7 Apr 1817 in Davisdon Co TN d Mar 1853 dau of John Hamilton Camp and Dorothy Chamberlayne
-1-1-10 Sarah Flournoy b before 1817 in Davisdon Co TN
-1-1-1-1 Martha Harris b before 1815 in Davisdon Co TN. m Jerome Pillow 1.
-1-1-1-2 Alfred H. Harris 1 was b before 1817 in Davisdon Co TN. m Martha Jones d in Shreveport Caddo Par LA
-1-1-1-3 Eliza Susan Harris b before 1819 in Davisdon Co TN. m y Watson 1 in Shreveport, Caddo Par LA
-1-1-2-1 Alonzo Flournoy b 24 Dec 1820 d 6 Nov 1886.
-1-1-2-2 William Flournoy wb 18 Oct 1823 d 23 Oct 1873.
-1-1-2-3 Rachel Jackson Flournoy b 1824 d 1857.
-1-1-2-4 Martha Moore Flournoy b 22 Jul 1826 in Giles Co., TN d 1846 in Shreveport, Caddo Par LA. m Capt. Lawrence P. Crain 1.
-1-1-2-5 Eliza Flournoy b 29 May 1829 in Giles Co TN. dy "Locust Hill", Pulaski, Giles Co., TN. She was buried in "Locust Hill", Pulaski, Giles Co., TN.
-1-1-2-6 James Silas Flournoy b 1 Sep 1830 in Pulaski Giles Co TN d 1 Jan 1887 in Rapides Par., LA. m Helena Sibley 1 in 1859.
-1-1-2-7 Alfred F. Flournoy b 21 Sep 1832 d Mar 1901
-1-1-2-8 Maria Flournoy 1 d in Greenwood, Caddo, LA.
-1-1-2-9 Indiana Flournoy 1 d in Greenwood, Caddo, LA.
-1-1-2-10 David Flournoy 1 was b in 1842. He d in 1856.
-1-1-2-11 Charles Flournoy 1 was b in 1844. m Maggie McMillan
-1-1-2-12 Mary Camp Flournoy 1 was b in 1846. m S. H. Sibley 1.
-1-1-2-13 Pattie Flournoy 1 was b in 1848. m S. B. Surratt Meigs
-1-1-3-1 y Flournoy b d 1829.
-1-1-3-2 y Flournoy b d 1833.
-1-1-3-3 William Cannon Flournoy Jr. b 9 Sep 1836 d 28 Jul 1878.
-1-1-3-4 Julia Flournoy b 18 Feb 1838 d 22 Jan 1882
-1-1-4-1 Silas Flournoy Trotter d about 1850 in Rio de Jeneiro, BRA
-1-1-5-1 Joseph Trotter Yancey b 1824 d 3 Sep 1904.
-1-1-5-2 Simon Bolivar Yancey was b in 1826 in AL d Nov 1853 in Marshall Co MS emigrated about 1828 from Pulaski, TN to Holly Springs, Marshall Co., MS. He served in the military Cpl., Taylor's Co., 1st MS Volunteers 15 Jun 1846 - 1847 in Vicksburg, MS to Mexico. He was counted in a census in 1850 in Holly Springs, Marshall Co., MS. He was employed as Telegraph Operator in 1850 in Holly Springs, Marshall Co., MS.
-1-1-5-3 Tryon Milton Yancey Jr. b 23 Sep 1827 d 12 Jan 1898.
-1-1-5-4 Laura Ann Yancey b 1828 d 1844/1911.
-1-1-5-5 Martha Keziah Yancey b 1829 in Holly Springs, Marshall Co., MS. She d 1 on 4 Mar 1844 in Holly Springs, Marshall Co., MS.
-1-1-5-6 Mary Julia Yancey b 1834 Holly Springs, Marshall Co., MS. Mary was counted in a census in 1850 in Holly Springs, Marshall Co., MS. m 9 Aug 1854 in Holly Springs William D. Roberts
-1-1-5-7 Flournoy Yancey b 1835.
-1-1-5-8 Thomas Leroy Yancey b 1837 in Holly Springs, Marshall Co MS in a census in 1850 in Holly Springs, Marshall Co MS m 6 Feb 1860 in Desoto Co MS Rosa Culley b about 1841
-1-1-6-1 James Alexander Field b 30 May 1823 in Giles Co TN d Del Norte Co CA.
-1-1-6-2 Mary Eliza Field b Jul 1825.
-1-1-6-3 William Hume Field Jr. b 16 Jul 1827 in Giles Co TN.
-1-1-6-4 Louisa Dan Dudley Field b 10 Jul 1829 in Giles Co TN m Charles A. Caldwell 1 on 7 Mar 1850.
-1-1-6-5 Silas Flournoy Field b 23 Sep 1831 in Giles Co TN m Jane Marshall Talbot
-1-1-6-6 Henrietta Field b 1833 in Giles Co., TN d 1833 in Giles Co TN
-1-1-6-7 Margaret Julia Field b 6 Nov 1836 in Giles Co., TN d 1863 m Samuel H. Lenox 1.
-1-1-6-8 Julian Clarence Field b 16 Jul 1841 in Giles Co TN m 1874 Bettie McLain
-1-1-6-9 Florence Huntley Field b 15 Oct 1843 in Little Rock, Pulaski, AR m Samuel H. Lenox
-1-1-8-1 Mildred Feild.
-1-1-8-2 Hume R. Feild m Valeria Rose
-1-1-9-1 Silas Flournoy III b 24 Mar 1835 d 5 Jul 1862.
-1-1-9-2 Lucien Flournoy b 1837. He d in 1870.
-1-1-9-3 Mary Flournoy b about 1841.
-1-1-9-4 Camp Flournoy b 9 Mar 1841 d 22 Jun 1894.
-1-1-9-5 Elizabeth Flournoy b 1843 d 12 Jun 1877
Tu11-7-2-4-7 Sanbourne WOODSON b about 1705
m about 1729 in Henrico Co Elizabeth Michaux b about 1709 dau of Abraham MICHAUX "the Immigrant" and Susanne ROCHETTE
Tu11-7-2-4-7 Tucker Woodson b 1720 d 1795
m 23 Mar 1739/40 Sarah Hughes b 1724
Tu11-7-2-4-7-1 Jane Woodson b 1742 in Goochland Co Va
m 20 Feb 1760 Robert Lewis b: 29 MAY 1739 in Goochland Co Va d 1770 in The Bird, Goochland Co Va bro of Charles Lewis b: 14 MAR 1720/21 in Goochland, Va and Elizabeth Lewis b: 23 APR 1724
Charles Lilburne Lewis b: 15 OCT 1696 in Va
Mary Howell b: ABT 1700
John 'The Councilor' Lewis b: 30 NOV 1669 in Gloucester Co Va
m Elizabeth Warner b 24 NOV 1672 in Warner Hall Gloucester Co Va
Tu11-7-2-4-7-1-1 Elizabeth Jane Woodson Lewis b 1782 in Albemarle Co Va d APR 1809 in Livingston Co., Ky
m 2 Sep 1797 Lilburne Lewis b ABT 1773 in Va son of
Charles Lilburne Lewis b ABT 1749 in Albemarle Co Va
m Lucy Jefferson b 10 OCT 1752 in Shadwell, Goochland, Va dau of
Peter Field Jefferson b 29 FEB 1707/08 in Chesterfield Co Va and Jane Randolph b 20 FEB 1719/20 in Shadwell, London, England)
Tu11-7-2-4-7-1-1-1 Jane Woodson Lewis b: ABT 1800 in Albemarle Co Va d after 1860 in Albemarle Co Va
m 21 Nov 1819 in Fluvanna Va Peter Field Jefferson b ABT 1785 in Albemarle Co Va son of
Randolph Jefferson b 1 OCT 1755 in Albemarle Co Va and Anne Jefferson Lewis b ABT 1755 in Albemarle Co Va Peter Field Jefferson b 29 FEB 1707/08 in Chesterfield Co, Virginia and Jane Randolph b 20 FEB 1719/20 in Shadwell, London, England
Tu11-7-2-4-7-1-1-1-1 Thomas Jefferson b 1825
?Tu9 = 11 Jane/?Rose Tucker b by 1635 There is great uncertainty about the above John Berryman's wife. However the closeness of the two families makes it likely that there was a Tucker daughter old enough to marry in 1650, named by some sources Rose and Jane by others. The dates make it likely that she was the dau of William and sis of John and Samuel. The same applies for the Sarah below.
Tu9-9 Sarah Tucker b 1635 in Henrico, Va
Tu11-7-3 Sarah Tucker b 2 AUG 1663 in Westmoreland Co Va
?Tu16-2 Stephen John Tucker b 1410 in Devon England
John Tucker b 1430 Tavistock Devon
m1457 x Trecareth The data from various sources on the next 4 generations was somewhat contradictory and implausible and has been reconciled as well as possible
-1 Stephen Tucker
-2 John Tucker b 1880 Throwley Devon m 1490 Dorothy Trecarell d 1564 Devon

-2-1 Stephen Tucker b 1491 Camerton Devon
-2-2 Richard Tucker b 1500
-2-3 William Tucker b 1495/1500 Throwley Devon d 1564/?bef 1543 Devon m about 1516 in Throwleigh, Devon Josea Ashe b about 1498 Ashe Manor Throwleigh dau of William Ashe grand dau of John Esse and Alice Wythecombe
-2-4 John Tucker b 1504 Stockland Devon
-2-5 George Tucker b 1510 Throwley d 31 Mar 1587 Gravesend Kent
-2-6 Richard Tucker b 1516

-2-3-1 George Tucker b 1520/32 Throwleigh Devon m 1560/3 in Kent Maria Hunter b 1548 Gaunte Devon d 15 Nov 1579 dau of John Hunter d 31 Mar Gravesend Kent
?-2-3-2 John Tucker b about 1525 in Milton Next, Gravesend, Kent Engl d 7 Nov 1577 in St. Lawrence Jewry, London m Elizabeth Kenn
-2-3-3 Thomas Tucker
-2-3-4 Josea/Isota Tucker b about 1530 m William Barlebin
-2-3-1-1 George Tucker ?= m Maria Derrell 1598-1660
-2-3-1-2 Daniel Tucker b 5 Apr 1575 d Feb 10, 1625 in Port Royal Bermuda m1 1597 in Milton Kent Engl Mary Lloyde ?+ 4 ch m2 Elizabeth Mansfield + 2 ch
-2-3-1-3 Nicholas Tucker b Apr 1566 Milton d after 28 Nov 1603 Milton m Anne Powell
-2-3-1-4 Elizabeth Tucker b Sep 1568 d after 1619 m Paul/Pawle Stronard
-2-3-1-5 Abraham Tucker b Sep 1569 Milton d before 1619
-2-3-1-6 Samuel Tucker b 24 Feb 1571 Milton d there 30 Aug 1575
-2-3-1-7 Catherine Tucker b 14 May 1573 Milton d there 11 Dec 1586
-2-3-1-8 Martha Tucker b 1566 Milton d after 1619 m Anthony Herent
-2-3-1-9 Tobias Tucker b 1567 in Milton n Gravesend, Kent d after 1619 in London m Mary E. Fitche
-2-3-1-10 Hester Tucker b 5 Apr 1579 Milton
-2-3-1-11 Mansfield Tucker b 7 Aug 1590 Milton Gravesend Kent
-2-3-1-12 Mary/Maria Tucker b 1565 in Gravesend, Kent d before 1619 m Arthur Starkey
-2-3-2-1 Mary Tucker
-2-3-2-2 George Tucker b 1570 London d there 1577
-2-3-2-3 Thomas Tucker b 15?71 London = -2-3-3
-2-3-2-4 Richard Tucker b 1573 in London
-2-3-2-5 John Tucker b after ?6 Jan 1612
-2-3-1-1-1? Henry Tucker m. Sarah ____ d. 1675
-2-3-1-2-1 Alice Tucker b c 1604
Possibly of this family and generation, www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~deschart/?z0000104.html believes William to be the father, while http://mallen4896.tripod.com/Allen/Allen-Arthur.html shows her father as Daniel, but the latter seems to be a different couple of the same names in the same county. Then http://www.flemingmultimedia.com/Genealogy/AliceTucker.html show the second Alice with Capt William Tucker and Mary Lloyde as parents, six children and same John Hardy as 2nd spouse. http://www.ourfamtree.org/browse.php/Alice-Tucker/p359024 adds data on dau Joan/Jane.
m1 1 Jun 1622/?1635 Isle of Wight Co Arthur Allen Sr. b Oct 1608 St Andrews Parish Droitwich Worcestershire Engl d Jun 1669/70 Isle of Wight Co Va
m2 John Hardy Sr
m3 y
-2-3-1-2-2 William Tucker
-2-3-1-2-3 Daniel Tucker
-2-3-1-2-4 Arthur Tucker
-2-3-1-2-5 Henry Tucker
-2-3-1-3-1 Anne Tucker d Feb 1599 Milton
-2-3-1-3-2 Mary Tucker b after 1603
-2-3-1-2-6 Matthew Tucker
-2-3-1-9-1 Marie Tucker b 1605 London
-2-3-1-9-2 Tobias Tucker b 1605 London
-2-3-1-12-1 Arthur Starkey
-2-3-1-12-2 George Starkey
-2-3-1-12-3 John Starkey
-2-3-1-12-4 Mary Starkey m Thomas Yong/Young
-2-3-1-12-5 Radus Starkey
-2-3-1-12-6 Thomas Starkey
-2-3-2-3-1 Thomas Tucker b about 1580 London
-2-3-1-1-1-1 Robert Tucker m Frances Courtney d. 1736
-2-3-1-2-1-1 Joane/Jane Allen = -4-2
-2-3-1-2-1-2 Maj Arthur Allen b 1627 Bacon S Castle Surry Va d 5 Sep 1710 Surry Va m Katherine Baker ?s.u.
-2-3-1-2-1-3 Elizabeth Allen (m. Thomas Bridger
-2-3-1-2-1-4 Arthur Allen b about 1637 d 1710 Isle of Wight Co VA m Katherine Baker ?s.o.
-2-3-1-2-1-5 Mary Allen b about 1692 m Thomas Pennington b about 1682 Surry Co Va d 20 Dec 1727 Va
-2-3-1-2-1-6 Katherine Allen b about 1643 Va d 1693 Isle of wight Co Va m Robert Johnson b 1643 James City Co Va son of John Johnson Jr
-2-3-1-2-1-7 Thomas Allen b 1630 Lincolnshire Engl d 10 Aug 1685 Christ Church VA
-2-3-1-2-1-8 Humphrey Allen b 1637 Surrey Va d 1666 Isle of Wight Va
-2-3-2-3-1-1 Arthur Tucker b 11 Apr 1602 St Olave London
-2-3-1-1-1-1-1 Robert Tucker m 1739 Joanna Corbin (1720-79) -2-3-1-2-1-4-1 Elizabeth Allen b about 1637 m1 Capt. Robert Caulfield d. 1692 Isle of Wight Co VA m2 Joseph John Jackman
-2-3-1-2-1-4-2 Joan Allen b about 1639 m1 Dr. Robert Williamson d. 1691 Isle of Wight Co VA m2 Robert Burnett d 1679 Isle of Wight Co m3 Reuben Proctor d 1729 Isle of Wight Co
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3 Katherine Allen b 1645 James City Co VA d 1693 Isle of Wight Co VA m Robert Johnson 1662 James City Co b 1643 James City Co VA d 1733 Isle of Wight Co son of John Johnson Jr b 16?23 Jamestown IslaND vA Johnston
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4 Humphrey Allen d 1666 Isle of Wight Co VA
-2-3-1-2-1-4-5 Mary Allen m Capt. Arthur Long
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1 Benjamin Pennington b about 1719 Va m Lucy Bailey
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1 John "the Elder" Johnson b 30 Nov 1662 Jasmes City Co Va d before 9 Aug 1707 Isle of Wight Co m1 Mary x + 4 ch m2 1703 Mary Thompson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-2 Elinor Johnson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-3 Catherine Johnson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-4 Priscilla Johnson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-5 Mary Johnson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-6 Martha Johnson b 1688 Isle of Wight Co d after 1738 southampton Va m Hugh Matthews
-2-3-1-2-1-?-1 y Allen
-2-3-1-1-1-1-1-1 Joanna Tucker (1744-80) m 1762 Gawin Corbin
-2-3-1-2-1-4-2-1 George Williamson b abt 1667 d 1722 Isle of Wight Co d between 13 July and 29 October 1723 m Hester Bridger b aft 28 JUN 1665 Isle of Wight Co d bef 1723 Isle of Wight Co
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-1 John Johnson b 1663 James City Co VA, d 1707 Isle of Wight Co VA m Mary Thompson Day 1701
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-2 Elinor Johnson b 1665 d. 1730
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-3 Katherine Johnson b 1668 m. Robert Councill b. 1687 Isle of Wight Co VA
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-4 Priscilla Johnson b 1672 m. John Councill b. 1691 Isle of Wight Co VA
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5 Mary Johnson b. 1674 Isle of Wight Co VA m. James Johnston 1692 Isle of Wight Co d. 1745 Isle of Wight Co, bur Isle of Wight Co
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1? maybe here Jacob Allen b about 1690 d May 1762 Pitt Co NC m Priscilla Sugg b about 1696 Norfolk Co Va d about 1771 dau of George Sugg and Sarah Ives
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-2? maybe here William Allen Sr b about 1685
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-3? maybe here Elizabeth Allen b 1674 in Henrico Co m William Waller b 24 Sep 1671 in Newport, Pagnell, Bucks, England
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-4? maybe here Sallie Allen b 1674 in VA d 1840 ?VA m Benjamin Oney b 1766 Southampton VA d 1840 Floyd Ky ancestors of Rebecca Sue Hatchett, author's DNA match
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1 Edward Pennington b about 1745 Va d about 1801 Ky m about 1770 Mecklenburg Co Va Nettie Lark
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1 Martha Johnson b about 1688 Isle of Wight Co m Hugh Matthews b after 1681 Nottoway Southampton Va d there 7 Nov 1747
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-2 John Johnson, Jr. m Mary x
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-3 Patience Johnson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-4 Mary Johnson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-6-1 Benjamin Matthews b 1710 Edgecombe Co NC
-2-3-1-2-1-?-1-1 y Allen b c 1750
-2-3-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Felitia Corbin (1770-1801) m 1791 Orrick Chilton (1769-97)
-2-3-1-2-1-4-2-1-1 Patience Williamson b abt 1695 Isle of Wight Co d bef 1751 VA, m Robert Exum
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-1 Mary Johnston b Isle of Wight Co VA m Francis Corbett
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-2 James Johnston b Isle of Wight Co VA m Rebecca Darden
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-3 John Johnston b Isle of Wight Co VA m1 x_ m2 Peninah x
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-4 Martha Johnston b Isle of Wight Co VA m William Mayo
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-5 Eleanor Johnston b. Isle of Wight Co VA m y Ricks
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-6 Richard Johnston b Isle of Wight Co VA m Martha "Patty" -
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-7 Samuel Johnston b Isle of Wight Co VA m Mary Driver
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-8 Catherine Johnston b Isle of Wight Co VA m. William Burn s/o Owen Burn
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-9 Grace Johnston b Isle of Wight Co VA m. y Powell
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-10 Benjamin Johnston b. Isle of Wight Co VA m Prudence Driver m. Sarah Nelms
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-11 Robert Johnson b Isle of Wight Co VA d 1757 Isle of Wight Co m Anne -
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-1 Merryman Allen
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-2 Charles Allen b Bet 1745 and 1750 in NC
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-3 Gabriel Allen b Abt 1751 in Edgecombe NC m Anne McKinney b 1763
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-4 Richard Allen
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-5 Mary Allen m Richard Williams
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1 Dennis Lark Pennington b 19 May 1776 Cumberland Par Mecklenburg Co Va d 2 Sep 1854 n Croydon IN m 4 Aug 1800 Elizabeth English b 1783 Bean Station TN d after Mar 1857 Harrison Co IN dau William English and Catherine Patterson
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-2-1 John Allen b ABT 1707 m Ursula Withers b 20 SEP 1709 d 1793
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-2-2 William Allen Jr. b about 1715 m
Bridget Withers b 20 Jul 1720
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-2-3 Hannah Allen b 17?13 d 16 Jul 180 Stafford Va m about 1734 John Withers b 29 Jan 1713 in Stafford Co VA d 25 Oct 1794 Stafford Co
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-3-1 George Waller Sr b 1703 in Stafford Co VA
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-2 Rev Walter B Pennington b 6 Oct 1777 Va d 30 Jun 1853 Franklin Harrison Co IN m Mary x b 17 Oct 1781 Va
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3 Edward Pennington b 31 Jan 1775 Va d after 1860 m MARTHA BILBO b Jan 27, 1773 in Va dau of WILLIAM BILBO and SARAH BUGG
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-1 John Matthews
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-2 Benjamin Matthews b 1748 Edgecombe Co NC d there 4 Sep 1762 m mary Elizabeth Sauls b by 1730 d 1806 Warren Co GA dau of Abraham Sauls ancestors of William Allen Matthews Jr, author's DNA match
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-3 Hester Matthews m y Johnson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-4 Ralph Matthews
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-5 Edward Matthews
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-6 William Matthews
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-7 Joseph Matthews
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-8 Mary Matthews m. y Thorp
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9 Sarah Matthews b about 1719 m1 Gilbert McKinney m2 Solomon Stephenson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-10 Martha Matthews m Solomon Newsom
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-11 Patience Matthews m Henry Johnson
-2-3-1-2-1-?-1-1-1 y Allen b c 1780
-2-3-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Sarah Orrick Chilton (1793-1865) m 1811 Steptoe Pickett (1790-1843)
-2-3-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-1 Ann Exum b abt 1715 d aft 1755 m John Westray b bef 1702 d 23 DEC 1755 Isle of Wight Co
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-11-1 Sarah Johnson b. 1740 Isle of Wight Co VA, d. Southampton Co VA buried Southampton Co m. Edward Britt 1757 Isle of Wight Co VA b 1735 Isle of Wight Co, d. 1789 Southampton Co bur Southampton Co
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-11-2 James Johnson b Apr 27 1747 Isle of Wight Co VA d 1846 Southampton Co VA
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-11-3 Robert Johnson b Isle of Wight Co VA m Martha x
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-11-4 Mary Johnson b Isle of Wight Co VA m Mr Williford
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-11-5 Amelia Johnson b Isle of Wight Co VA m Mr Williford
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-3-1 George Sugg Allen b 30 ocr 1776 in North Carolina
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-3-2 Felix Lafayette Allen b: 1780 in Edgecombe , NC d 3 Oct 1886 Pike MS m1 19 Jun 1828 in Amite MS Olivia M Mcgehee b: 15 Mar 1811 in Amite, Mississippi m2 Melissa Whitehead + 1 ch
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-3-3 Elizabeth Allen
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-3-4 Esther Allen
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-3-5 Polly Allen
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-3-6 Barnabas Allen b 16 Mar 1789 in NC
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-3-7 Sally Allen
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-3-8 Garrett McKinney Allen b 1794
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-2-2-1 Elizabeth Allen b ABT 1739 d 1797
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1 MARY PENNINGTON b 1802 Ky m1 NIMROD HURST b 1802 in Ky son of JOHN HURST and MARTHA MENEFEE m2 La Hue.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-2 NANCY ENGLISH PENNINGTON b Abt. 1804 m DICKEY SPENCER BELL Harrison Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3 SARAH HARBISON PENNINGTON b Feb 6, 1810, Harrison Co In d 22 Mar 1893, Harrison Co In m 17 Mar 1829 in Harrison Co In HENRY DAVIS b June 23, 1806 in Washington Co Ky d Mar 07, 1885
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4 WALTER LEE PENNINGTON b Nov 8, 1811, In d. Aug 25, 1893 Oxford Sumner Co Ka m 21 Mar 1832 in Harrison Co In MARY MOLLY PETER b Abt. 1816 in In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5 ELIZABETH PENNINGTON, b July 4, 1812, Harrison Co In d May 11, 1892, Alton, In m Mar 23, 1832 in Harrison Co In JEFFERSON SEACAT b Jan 8, 1807 son of PETER SEACAT and M. MASON.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-6 DENNIS PENNINGTON Jr b Nov 3, 1813, Harrison Co In d. Oct 01, 1888, Harrison Co In m MARY DAVIS Jun 4, 1838, Harrison Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7 SACK FLOYD PENNINGTON b. Nov 22, 1815, Harrison Co d. Oct 25, 1884, Spencer, In m July 11, 1839 in Spencer Co JULIA ANN NOLIN b Abt. 1822 in In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-8 JANE PENNINGTON, b. January 15, 1815, Moberly, Harrison Co d. 1907, Harrison Co m ROBERT DAVIS b February 14, 1814 in Washington Co Ky, and died Feb 14, 1897 in Harrison Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-9 ANNA MITCHELL PENNINGTON, b. August 11, 1824, Harrison Co d Mar 05, 1904, Harrison Co m Jan 28, 1841 in Corydon In HENRY WILLIAM SIEG b March 01, 1819 in Shenandoah Co Va d Nov 23, 1865 Harrison Co son of JOHN SIEG and NANCY WHISTLER.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-10 MARTHA ALEXANDER PENNINGTON, b. March 08, 1827; m1 y GRAMM m2 WILLIAM W. MCMAHON, Apr 09, 1845, Harrison Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11 WILLIAM PENNINGTON b Abt. 1782 Va d Bef. 1860 m JANE PENNINGTON b Abt. 1786 in Tn d Aft. 1870
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1 DIXON PENNINGTON b Jan 4, 1798, Mercer Ky d. Jan 26, 1884 In m Oct 06, 1818 in Harrison Co CATHERINE SMITH b Abt. 1797 in Pa d Nov 28, 1875 In dau of JOHN SMITH and ELIZABETH RETZIER
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-2 JOYCE PENNINGTON b Feb 22, 1804, Ky d. July 16, 1882 m Aug 24, 1824 in Harrison Co JONATHAN HARBISON b Feb 22, 1803 d May 06, 1852 son of MAJOR HARBISON and CATHERINE PATTERSON.
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-2-1 Benjamin Matthews b 1748 Edgecombe Co NC d 17 Oct 1818 Warren GA m Mary Elizabeth Sauls dau of Abraham Sauls
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1 John Stephenson b about 1735
-2-3-1-2-1-?-1-1-1-1 y Allen b c 1810
-2-3-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 William Henry Pickett (1826-90) m 1850 Amy Raines Collier (1830-85)
-2-3-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-1 ="http://www.ourfamtree.org/browse.php/Ann-Nancy-Westray/p358877" target=blank> Ann (Nancy) Westray b abt 1735 Isle of Wight Co d 1810 VA, m Nathan Pearce b bef 1725 VA, Isle of Wight Co
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-11-1-1 Mary Britt b. 1770 Southampton Co VA m Benjamin Allen b 1770 Southampton Co their Descendants
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-11-1-2 Edward Britt
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-11-1-3 Johnson Britt
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-11-1-4 Patience Britt m Mr Williams
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-11-1-5 Sarah Britt m - Summerell 1785 Southampton Co VA
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-11-1-6 Caty Britt m Arthur Holliman
-2-3-1-2-1-4-3-5-11-1-7 Betsy Britt
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-3-1-1 Anna Allen b 24 Oct 1812 Davidson Co TN d 16 Apr 1886 Ky m Brinkley House
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-3-2-1 Felix Walter Allen b 31 Dec 1862 in Pike
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-1 WOODFORD HURST b. 1828.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-2 DENNIS HURST b 1830, In m EVLINE x b 1834 in In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-3 MARTIN F. HURST b 1831
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-4 BENJAMIN HURST b 1834.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-5 ANDEMETE HURST b 1836.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-6 NIMROD M. HURST b 1844
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-1 WILLIAM H. DAVIS, b Jan17, 1830, Harrison Co In d. Abt. 1865, Harrison Co In m 10 May, 1849 Harrison Co In MARTHA ELLIOT
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-2 AMANDA JANE DAVIS, b. June 29, 1831, Harrison Co In d. Abt. 1889; m1 HENRY M. STEVENS; m2 JOHN THOMPSON, Aug 26, 1849, Harrison Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-3 ANDERSON DAVIS b Oct 3, 1832, Harrison Co In d Jan 20, 1878, Harrison Co In m Dec 09, 1858 in Harrison Co SUSANNAH STROTHER
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-4 DENNIS DAVIS b Oct 13, 1833, Harrison Co In d Abt. 1906, Oskalossa Iowa m1 NANCY ANN WELKER, October 18, 1855 Harrison Co In m2 JULIA PFRIMMER, March 14, 1866, Harrison Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-5 HENRY CLAY DAVIS b Feb 27, 1835, Harrison Co In d Abt. 1911, Ford Co Ka m SARAH E. EDMONDSON, Oct 25, 1858, Harrison County, In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-6 ELIZABETH ANN DAVIS b July 03, 1836, Harrison Co In d Dec 20, 1887, Harrison Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-7 SARAH DAVIS b June 17, 1838, Harrison Co In d. Bef. 1850 Harrison Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-8 MARY H DAVIS b Nov 1, 1839 m ABRAHAM MONROE STEVENS Oct 18, 1860, Harrison Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-9 MAHALA DAVIS b July 29, 1841, Harrison Co In d. Bef. 1850.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-10 CLAY ANGELINE DAVIS b Aug 22, 1843, Harrison Co In m MICHAEL H. WISEMAN, April 04, 1861, Harrison Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-11 HESTER ANN DAVIS b Dec 01, 1845, Harrison Co In d July 25, 1868, Harrison Co In m Dec 14, 1878, Harrison Co In HIMELIUS H. SULLIVAN Feb 14, 1864, Harrison Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-12 ZERELDA DAVIS, b. Nov 02, 1847, Harrison Co In d. Dec 20, 1887, Harrison Co Indiana m THOMAS EATON, August 02, 1863, Harrison Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-13 JOHN WESLEY DAVIS, b. February 13, 1850, Harrison Co In d Aug 31, 1938, Bucklin Ford Co Ka m CAROLINA CHRISTINA WAGNER b In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-14 REBECCA DAVIS b July 14, 1852, Harrison Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-1 ELIZABETH PENNINGTON b 1834.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-2 CHARLES PENNINGTON b Sep21, 1835 d Dec 25, 1872, Harrison Co In Bur Pennington Chapel, Jackson Twp Harrison Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-3 DENNIS L. PENNINGTON b. August 04, 1837, Harrison Co In d. April 18, 1864, Harrison Co In Bur Pennington Chapel, Jackson Twp Harrison Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-4 LUCY PENNINGTON b 1840.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-5 BENJAMIN PENNINGTON b 1842
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-6 WILLIAM PENNINGTON b 1844.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-7 WALTER L. PENNINGTON b Feb 11, 1846, Harrison Co In d. Abt. 1919, Cowley Co Ka m NANCY A. RYAN b Abt. 1845 in In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-8 MARY PENNINGTON b 1848
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-9 LEWIS W. PENNINGTON b Nov 29, 1852 d Oct 20, 1854, Harrison Co In Bur Pennington Chapel, Jackson Township, Harrison County, Indiana
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-10 ANDREW PENNINGTON b Abt. 1856.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-11 AMANDA CATHERINE PENNINGTON b. Abt. 1858.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-12 SARAH PENNINGTON b Abt. 1860.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-13 MARTHA PENNINGTON b Abt. 186
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-1 WALTER LEE SEACAT, b. Dec 29, 1832, Harrison Co m1 ELIZABETH SEATON b Abt. 1820 + 2 ch m2 SARAH BREEDEN.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-2 MARTHA SEACAT b August 28, 1834.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-3 NANCY SEACAT b Feb 27, 1836, Harrison Co d. 1929 m1 TRIG DURNIL m2 GEORGE CONRAD, 1856 b 1837, Harrison Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-4 PETER SEACAT b Nov 22, 1837 In m LUCERCA SEATON September 09, 1859 in Crawford Co In b Abt. 1837 in In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-5 MARIAH SEACAT, b Nov 17, 1839, Harrison Co d Jan 15, 1916, Crawford Co m Mar 26, 1868, Crawford Co JACOB CRECUELIUS b. March 1838, Crawford Co., In d. April 02, 1908, Crawford Co In Bur Riddle Cemetery, Crawford Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-6 JOSEPH SEACAT b. December 25, 1841, Harrison County, Indiana; d. February 13, 1931, Canova, Miner Co SD m MARILDA ELLEN PECKENPAUGH, Sep 15, 1869 b Mar 14, 1849 d Oct 07, 1922, Alexandria, Hanson Co SD Bur Protestant Cemetery, Alexandria, Hanson Co., S.D.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-7 ELIZABETH SEACAT b Nov 17, 1843 m Aug 17, 1866, Harrison Co PHILIP WISEMAN,
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-8 AMANDA SEACAT b March 25, 1845, Harrison Co In m ELECK WHALEY.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-9 MATTHEW SEACAT b Aug 1847, Harrison Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-10 SARAH SEACAT b Feb 11, 1849 Harrison Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-11 DENNIS LARKIN SEACAT b Apr 8, 1851, Harrison Co In d Aug 03, 1863 Crawford Co In Bur Riddle Cemetery, Crawford Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-12 MAHALIA SEACAT b Oct 04, 1856, Harrison Co In m JOHN PLEASANT.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-13 MARTIN SEACAT b 1862
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-1 RACHEL PENNINGTON b 1842.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-2 DIXON PENNINGTON b April 1844 In m Abt. 1888 MINNIE STRENGOR b October 1866 in In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-3 SARAH PENNINGTON b 1846
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-4 MATTHEW PENNINGTON b Nov 1847 In m ANNA x b July 1846 in Ky
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-5 DENNIS B. PENNINGTON b 1849
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-6 NICOLAS S. PENNINGTON b 1852
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-7 NIMROD M. PENNINGTON b 1858 In m1 CARRIE x b Nov 1866 in In +1 ch m2 x +1 ch
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-8 MARY PENNINGTON b 1862.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-9 CARRY PENNINGTON b 1863
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-8-1 BETHSAIDA DAVIS b 1837 In m Dec 25, 1860 Harrison Co FRANKLIN MARTIN b Abt. 1835, Washington Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-8-2 MARTHA DAVIS b 1839, Harrison Co m HYMELIUS HIRAM SULLIVAN b. Abt. 1845, Harrison Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-8-3 WOODFORD H. DAVIS, b. 1841, Harrison Co m. PAULINE WAYMAN, Aug 1867, Washington Cou In b Abt. 1843.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-8-4 PAULINA DAVIS b Abt. 1842 Harrison Co d. Abt. 1923.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-8-5 ANNA DAVIS b 1843, Harrison Co., Indiana; d. Abt. 1928, Orange Co In m. B. FIELDS.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-8-6 WALTER PENNINGTON DAVIS b May 22, 1846, Harrison Co d. April 02, 1926, Corydon, Harrison Co m. SARAH FRANCES MAVITY, Nov 9, 1869, Washington Co b. March 07, 1851, Washington Co In d. Dec 7, 1911, Corydon, Harrison Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-8-7 ENOCH MARTIN DAVIS b 1848 Harrison Co d Jan 27, 1920, New Albany, Floyd Co In m Oct 12, 1878 Washington Co In LOUISA CATHERINE KAAY d Jan 30, 1927, Floyd Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-8-8 AMANDA THOMPSON DAVIS, b. 1849, Harrison Co d January 02, 1867, Washington Co., Indiana; m. STEVEN P. MAIN.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-8-9 ELIZABETH DAVIS, b Jul 26, 1851, Harrison Co d. August 1939 m SANFORD MARTIN, December 23, 1871, Washington Co In b. April 06, 1848, Washington Co In d. Sep 1923, Harrison C
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-8-10 MARY DAVIS b Mar 6, 1853, Harrison Co m Feb 11, 1872 Harrison Co RILEY RIDER
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-8-12 SARAH JANE DAVIS, b Sep 02, 1854, Washington Co In d Jan 19, 1927 Georgetown, Floyd Co In m ALBERT HOGAN; b Aug 24, 1850, Wood Twp, Clark Co In d Feb 19, 1907, Georgetown, Floyd Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-8-12 ZERELDA DAVIS b 1857 Harrison Co m Oct 15, 1878 Harrison Co CYRUS CRABB
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-9-1 ALICE AMELIA SIEG b Feb 21, 1852 Harrison Co d. Sep 17, 1852, Harrison Co Bur Pennington Chapel Jackson Twp Harrison Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-9-2 WILLIAM HENRY SIEG b Apr 27, 1860, Harrison Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-9-3 FRANCIS SIEG
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-9-4 ABRAHAM STEVENS SIEG b Dec 31, 1853, Harrison Co d. 10 Feb 1940, Harrison Co m CHRISTINA ENGLEMAN, Dec 17, 1876.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-9-5 MARY CATHERINE SIEG, b. May 07, 1850, Harrison Co d. Dec 13, 1907, Harrison Co m Sep 21, 1871 LEVI CLARK STEVENS b. November 04, 1849, Harrison Co d. Dec 16, 1910, Harrison Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-1 MARY PENNINGTON b Abt. 1820, Harrison Co d Aft. Jun 01, 1860 m Nov 4, 1838 in Harrison Co CYRUS GRESHAM b Apr 2, 1818 in Harrison Co d Aft. Jun 1, 1860 son of JOHN GRESHAM and NANCY CASE/COX.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-2 ELIZABETH PENNINGTON b Apr 23, 1822, In d Apr 14, 1878 m Sep 10, 1845 in Harrison Co JOHN W. NORTON b Abt. 1823 in Va son of LEMEL NORTON
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-1 SARAH PENNINGTON b Abt. 1819 d Aug 19, 1847 m Oct 11, 1838 ABID KING son of JOHN KING
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-2 ELIZABETH R. PENNINGTON b Abt. 1820 In m Mar 8, 1841 in Morgan Co In GEORGE SHEETS b Abt. 1820 in Va
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-3 SAMUEL W. PENNINGTON b Abt. 1822 m Dec 21, 1848 in Morgan Co In NANCY SLAUGHTER b Abt. 1826 in In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-4 MARTHA PENNINGTON b 1824 In d Aug 11, 1854 m MOSES SLAUGHTER, Oct 24, 1844, Morgan Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-5 NANCY PENNINGTON b Dec 11, 1829, In d March 14, 1876.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-6 JAMES PENNINGTON b 1831 In d. Ja 25, 1864.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-7 GEORGE PENNINGTON b Sep 15, 1833 In d. Oct 31, 1911 m February 1859 EMMA KLEINSCHMIDT b June 8, 1842 in Mo or Iowa d June 19, 1912
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-8 WILLIAM PENNINGTON b 1837 d. Aug 21, 1874.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-9 JANE PENNINGTON b April 23, 1841, Morgan Co In d Mar 15, 1916, In m 8 Feb 1866 JAMES HOLLOWAY b Abt. 1830 in In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-2-1 CATHERINE HARBISON b Nov 10, 1824, In d Nov 30, 1868 m Sep 9, 1849 in Harrison Co IVERSON LYNN b Jan 24, 1830 in In d July 28, 1896 son of CRAVEN LYNN and MARTHA FOOT
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-2-2 MARTHA HARBISON b Abt. 1830.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-2-3 EDWARD HARBISON b Abt. 1837.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-2-4 SIMEON HARBISON b Octo 26, 1838 d Nov 30, 1898 4 ch d ?y Benjamin, Claud, Cora and Minnie bur Lanesville Cem
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-2-5 GEORGE HARBISON b Abt. 1843
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-2-1-1 Loderick Matthews b 1 Nov 1794 Twiggs Co Ga d 25 Apr 1855 Texana TX m Mary Chrchill dau of Simon Harrell and Silvia King ancestors of William Allen Matthews, author's DNA match
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-1 Henry Stephenson b 1752 Southampton Co Va d 1828 Johnston Co NC
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-2 Mary Stephenson m John Ogburn
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-3 Sarah Stephenson b 1787 Johnston Co NC m January 1806 William Coats
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-4 Charlotte Stephenson m y Avera
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-5 Edith Stephenson m Sill Johnson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-6 Lucy Stephenson m William Lassiter
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-7 Amos Stephenson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-8 Allen Stephenson
-2-3-1-2-1-?-1-1-1-1-9 y Allen b c 1835 father of
George Allen b 1867 Berry Wayne Co IL d 1941 Meredosia Morgan Co IL m Lillie Surratt b 1883 d 1940 parents of
James Allen b 1891 d 1973 m Rena Flynn b 1902 d 1975 dau of John Flynn and Margaret Surratt b 1881 d 1945 parents of
Wilma Allen b 1924 d 1989 m Rupert Brim b 1921 d 1977 parents of
James Brim b 1943 d 1980 m x Nelson dau of Edwin Nelson and Marguerite Clark grandau of Herman Nelson b 1886 d 1974 (son of Edmond Downey Nelson b 1853 IL and Mary Owens b IL d 1889 Huntsville IL) and Alta Marshall b 1894 d 1973 (dau of Noah Marshall b 1854 d 1934 and Mary Ann Jefferson b Concord Twp IL d 1942 Clayton Adams Co IL)
parents of anonymous21, author's DNA match
-2-3-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Elizabeth Bouldin Pickett (b. 1857) m 1876 William Henry Hardy (1853-77)
-2-3-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-1-1 Arthur Pearce b
-2-3-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-1-2 James Pearce b abt 1793
-2-3-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-1-3 John Pearce b
-2-3-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-1-4 Philip Pearce b
-2-3-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-1-5 Stephen Pearce b
-2-3-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-1-6 Elizabeth Pearce b abt 1764 NC, Bute d 27 OCT 1844 m Thomas Ray
-2-3-1-2-1-4-4-1-3-1-1-1 Elvira America House b 4 May 1836 Trigg Co Ky d there 31 Jan 1875 m Algernon S Dawson ancestors of Charles Tyler Davis, author's DNA match
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-2-1 MARTIN F. HURST b 1854.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-2-2 MARY A. HURST b 1856.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-2-3 WALTER S. HURST b. 1858.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-2-4 JULICNY HURST b 1860.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-2-5 AMANDA HURST b 1862.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-2-6 IDA A. HURST b 1864.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-2-7 VIONLINE HURST b 1866.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-1-2-8 WOODFORD G. HURST b 1867
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-3-1 DENNIS RUFUS DAVIS b Nov 6, 1863 d. July 14, 1864, Harrison Co Bur Pennington Chapel, Jackson Twp Harrison Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-3-3-2 CORA FLORENCE DAVIS b Jan 29, 1861; d. Aug 26, 1861, Harrison Co Bur Pennington Chapel
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-7-1 ADLEY PENNINGTON b Abt. 1866.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-7-2 JOHN W. PENNINGTON b Abt. 1867.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-7-3 HESTER PENNINGTON b Abt. 1869.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-7-4 DENNIS PENNINGTON b Abt. 1871 Harrison Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-4-7-5 WALTER L. PENNINGTON b April 1876, In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-1-1 UNICE SEACAT b Abt. 1866.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-1-2 ELIZABETH SEACAT b Abt. 1870
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-4-1 ANDREW SEACAT b Abt. 1861
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-4-2 LAVINA SEACAT b Abt. 1863.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-4-3 IDA SEACAT b Abt. 1865.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-4-4 CHARLES SEACAT b Abt. 1870.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-4-5 POLLY SEACAT b Abt. 1872.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-4-6 MAG SEACAT b Abt. 1874.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-5-4-7 LAURA SEACAT b Abt. 1877
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-2-1 WALTER L. PENNINGTON b July 1891 Clay Twp, Spencer Co In m BERNICE b Abt. 1894 In lived next door to his father
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-2-2 LUCIE J. PENNINGTON b Dec 1893.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-2-3 FANNIE H. PENNINGTON b July 1896.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-2-4 DENNIS E. PENNINGTON b Abt. 1901
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-4-1 IDA PENNINGTON b October 1872.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-4-2 FLOYD PENNINGTON b June 1874.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-4-3 DIXON PENNINGTON b June 1879, Indiana.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-4-4 CHARLES H. PENNINGTON b June 1882
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-7-1 MERRITT PENNINGTON b April 1894.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-7-7-2 WALTER PENNINGTON b February 1888
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-1-1 ELI GRESHAM.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-1-2 CASSIE GRESHAM, d. Aft. 1915; m. PETERSON.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-1-3 MARY JANE GRESHAM, b. September 1839, Harrison Co d. 1886, Salem, Washington Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-1-4 ELIZABETH C. GRESHAM, b Feb 23, 1841; d. June 12, 1893.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-1-5 JOHN WILLIAM GRESHAM, b. March 13, 1844, Harrison County, Indiana; d March 31, 1915, Harrison Co
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-1-6 SARAH A. GRESHAM, b. Abt. 1846, Harrison Co d Aft. June 1, 1860.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-1-7 NANCY GRESHAM, b. Abt. 1848; d. Bef. July 25, 1860.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-1-8 ALFRED M. GRESHAM, b. Abt. 1854, Harrison Co d Aft. Mar 1915.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-1-9 SUSANNA GRESHAM b. Abt. 1858 Harrison Co d. Aft. Aug 10, 1871 m Aug 10, 1871 Harrison Co TANDY SHOEMAKER b Abt. 1851.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-1-10 AMANDA GRESHAM b Abt. 1870 Harrison Co d. Aft. Mar 31, 1915 m LOVE b. Abt. 1870.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-1-11 WILLIAM GRESHAM b Abt. 1871 Lanesville Harrison Co d Aft. Mar 31, 1915
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-2-1 ELENDOR JANE NORTON b. Sep 10, 1847, Lanesville, In d. Aug 23, 1906, Floyd Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-2-2 ROBERT B. NORTON b Feb 1849; m. MAGGIE E. JONES, Dec 14, 1884, Floyd Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-2-3 INDIANA C. NORTON b Nov 9, 1850 d July 23, 1906 Bur Lanesville Cemetery, Lanesville
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-2-4 WILLIAM L. NORTON b Abt. 1852.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-2-5 ELIZABETH C. NORTON b. Aug 5, 1854, In d. Feb 15, 1864, Bur Lanesville Cem
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-2-6 JOHN W. (JR) NORTON b Jul 3, 1857 d Nov 18, 1894 Bur Lanesville Cem
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-2-7 CHARLES A. NORTON b Jan 26, 1859 In d Mar 12, 1864 Bur Lanesville Ceme
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-2-8 MARY FRANCIS NORTON b July 03, 1860; d. July 07, 1906 Bur Lanesville Cem
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-2-9 NATHAN NORTON b 1864, In m. MATTIE WALKER, May 24, 1885, Floyd Co In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-1-11-2-10 MISOURY NORTON, b. Abt. 1865
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-1-1 CATHERINE KING b Abt. 1847
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-2-1 GEORGE D. SHEETS b Abt. 1843, In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-2-2 MARY SHEETS b Abt. 1846; m THOMAS PECK, Mar 22, 1866 m 22 Mar 1866 Thomas Peck
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-2-3 SAMUEL SHEETS b Abt. 1847; m. ELIZABETH WEST, January 05, 1865 m 5 Jan 1865 Elizabeth West
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-2-4 PHILIP SHEETS b Abt. 1850 In m ELLEN x b. Abt. 1852 In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-2-5 JANE SHEETS b Abt. 1854, Indiana.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-2-6 NATHANIEL SHEETS b Abt. 1859, Indiana.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-2-7 SAVANNAH SHEETS, b. Abt. 1851, In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-3-1 MOSES DIXON PENNINGTON b Abt. 1853
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-7-1 WILLIAM PENNINGTON b Oct 29, 1861 d July 29, 1863.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-7-2 MARY PENNINGTON b Aug 26, 1863, In d. Aug 14, 1936 In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-7-3 ELLA PENNINGTON b Nov 10, 1866 d Feb 12, 1888.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-7-4 WALTER PENNINGTON b July 5, 1873, Ill d. Dec 8, 1936 In
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-7-5 DORA PENNINGTON, b. October 26, 1875; d. 1942; m. HARRY CUMMINS
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-9-1 IRMA JANE HOLLOWAY b Abt. 1857
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-9-2 DORA HOLLOWAY b Abt. 1865.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-9-3 ADA M. HOLLOWAY b Abt. 1872 m WILLIAM EVAN PICKERING.
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-1-9-4 JOESPHINE HOLLOWAY b Abt. 1874
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-2-1-1 EMILY J LYNN b Abt. 1852
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-2-1-2 ADALINE LYNN b Abt. 1852 d Aug 31, 1854 Bur Lanesville Cem
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-2-1-3 AMANDA L. LYNN, b. May 2, 1854, Harrison Co d. Dec 18, 1935, Hutchinson, Ka
-2-3-1-2-1-5-1-1-3-2-1-4 BELLE LYNN, b. Abt. 1859, In d. 1932
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-3-1 Alvin Coats m Ginsey Johnson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-3-2 Cynthia Coats m Alvin Austin
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-3-3 Zilla Coats m Moore Stephenson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-3-4 Amos Coats m1 Polly Mary Turlington m2 Tabitha Turlington m3 Emeline Utley Turlington
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-3-5 William Henry Coats m1 Martha Elizabeth Smith Penny m2 Sarah Ferrell
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-3-6 Thomas Coats m Mary Obedience "Beddy" Stevens
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-3-7 Emily Catherine Coats m. James Bartley Johnson
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-3-8 Penelope Coats
-2-3-1-2-1-6-1-1-9-1-3-9 John Rufus Coats m Nancy Elizabeth Byrd
www.geni.com shows info on William Daniel Tucker as father of the second Alice above with more distinctly different children except an Alice who m Arthur Allen: Daniel Tucker (1575-1625) who was b in Milton-next-Gravesend, Kent, stockholder in the Virginia Company of London, came to Jamestowne in 1608 in the Second Supply, and served as the second Governor of Bermuda, 1616-1619, where he died. http://jliptrap.us/gen/aallen.htm -------------------- According to Captain John Smith, Daniel Tucker (Tooker), a gentleman and investor in the Virginia Company, came to Virginia in 1608 in the 2nd Supply of new colonists and was living in Jamestown while Smith was president of the colony. George Percy said that Tucker was highly instrumental in having a large boat built at a time when one was badly needed. When Thomas West, Lord Delaware, arrived in Virginia in June 1610, he designated Daniel Tucker as provost marshal, truck-master, vice-admiral, and clerk of the store. Tucker also served on the Council of State. He acquired some shares of land in Bermuda and in 1616 became Bermuda's governor, holding office until 1619. On April 28, 1619, Danile Tucker, who was highly critical of Governor George Yeardley even though he had just taken office, informed the Virginia Company that he (tucker) had spent five years in Virginia and identified himself as an associate of Lord Delaware. In November 1620, when he asked the Company for compensation for the services he had performed during Delaware's administration, they gave him some shares of land. In March 1622 Company officials noted that Tucker was to receive a patent because he was transporting 100 people to the colony. His patent was confirmed on July 3, 1622. In May 1622 he identified himself as a 43-yr-old resident of Milton, in Kent, when he testified about Captain Edward Brewster's court martial. He gave false testimony, for he claimed to have witnessed certain events that occurred in Virginia at a time when he was know to have been elsewhere. Captain Daniel Tucker was in Virginia in November 1624 and served as an attorney. However, he returned to Bermuda and d there in February 1625.



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The texts of the following Wills are taken from the above photocopies that
were made at Westmoreland County Courthouse.

Elizabeth Newton Berryman's Deposition is taken from Virginia Historical
Magazine as noted.

The Will texts are "as written" with spelling and grammar unchanged.
Of course, these are "not the original wills", they are "copies" hand-written
by clerks for filing purposes.

Westmoreland Co. VA Records & Inventories pg. 87

In left margin:Major Benjamin Berryman Inventory

Pursuent to an Order of Court Dated August ye 27th 1729.

We ye Subscribers being Sworn before Capt Burdett Ashton
one of his Majesties Justices for ye sd County have Vallued ye
Estate of Major Benjamin Berryman Gent., Decd as followeth Viz:
L. S. d.
1 Negro man Named Anto (Anthony?) . . . . . . . 25 . 00 . 00
1 Negro man Named Sam . . . . . . . 22 . 00 . 00
1 Negro man Named Wappen? . . . . . . . 20 . 00 . 00
1 Negro lad Named Tim . . . . . . . 18 . 00 . 00
1 Negro lad Named Dick . . . . . . . 19 . 00 . 00
1 Negro fellow Named Tom . . . . . . . 16 . 00 . 00
1 Negro woman Named Sue . . . . . . . 20 . 00 . 00
1 Young Negro woman Named Frank? . . . . . . . 25 . 00 . 00
1 Young Negro man Call'd Cezar . . . . . . . 18 . 00 . 00
1 Young Negro woman Call'd Cate . . . . . . . 25 . 00 . 00
1 Young Negro woman Named Pegg . . . . . . . 18 . 00 . 00
1 Young Negro boy abt 13 Yrs old . . . . . . . 16 . 00 . 00
1 Young Negro girl abt 9 Yrs old . . . . . . . 12 . 00 . 00
1 Young Negro boy abt 7 Yrs old . . . . . . . 08 . 00 . 00
1 Young Negro girl abt 8 Yrs old . . . . . . . 10 . 00 . 00
1 Young Negro girl abt 3 Yrs old . . . . . . . 06 . 00 . 00
1 Young Negro girl abt 2 Yrs old . . . . . . . 04 . 00 . 00
1 Negro man Named James . . . . . . . 30 . 00 . 00
1 Negro child Named Jenny . . . . . . . 03 . 00 . 00
1 Mullatoe boy to be free . . . . . . . 10 . 00 . 00
1 Negro woman Call'd Lucy . . . . . . . 02 . 00 . 00
1 Young Negro woman Named Grace . . . . . . . 20 . 00 . 00
1 Old Negro woman Named Sarah . . . . . . . 05 . 00 . 00
1 Negro boy abt 12 Yrs old . . . . . . . 12 . 00 . 00
1 Negro girl abt 10 Yrs old . . . . . . . 10 . 00 . 00
1 Negro girl abt 8 Yrs old . . . . . . . 08 . 00 . 00
1 Negro boy abt 5 Yrs old . . . . . . . 07 . 00 . 00
1 Negro girl abt One Yr old . . . . . . . 03 . 00 . 00
1 Negro man Named John . . . . . . . 30 . 00 . 00
1 Young Negro woman Named Judy . . . . . . . 20 . 00 . 00

1 Old Mare, 1 Young Mare . . . . . . . 02 . 00 . 00
1 Old black Mare . . . . . . . 01 . 00 . 00
1 Old Mare . . . . . . . 01 . 00 . 00
1 Mare . . . . . . . 02 . 00 . 00
1 Young Mare abt 6 yrs old . . . . . . . 02 . 10 . 00
1 Young black Mare . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
1 Young Mare . . . . . . . 02 . 00 . 00
1 Young Mare . . . . . . . 01 . 00 . 00
1 Young Horse abt 6 yrs old . . . . . . . 05 . 00 . 00
1 Young Horse abt 3 yrs old . . . . . . . 02 . 00 . 00
1 Old white Horse . . . . . . . 01 . 00 . 00
1 Fine Horse . . . . . . . 12 . 00 . 00
1 Saddle and honssin? (harness?) . . . . . . . 02 . 00 . 00

22 Sheep . . . . . . . 07 . 14 . 00
7 Breeding Sows abt 3 yrs old . . . . . . . 02 . 16 . 00
5 Young Barrows abt 2 yrs old . . . . . . . 02 . 10 . 08
20 Young Hogs of 1 yr old . . . . . . . 07 . 00 . 00
14 Hogs abt 1 yr old . . . . . . . 00 . 10 . 00
1 Sow and six Shoats . . . . . . . 01 . 05 . 00
1 Sow and six Pigs . . . . . . . 00 . 13 . 00
25 Pigs abt 6 months old . . . . . . . 02 . 10 . 08
1 Old Bull . . . . . . . 01 . 10 . 08
2 Bulls of 2 yrs old . . . . . . . 01 . 10 . 00
10 Cows . . . . . . . 17 . 10 . 00
4 Steers abt 2 yrs old . . . . . . . 04 . 00 . 00
2 Heifers abt 2 yrs old . . . . . . . 02 . 00 . 00
8 Yearlings . . . . . . . 03 . 20 . 00
2 Young Oxen of 4 yrs old . . . . . . . 05 . 00 . 00
2 Large Oxen abt 7 yrs old . . . . . . . 07 . 00 . 00
1 Ox Waine (cart), Yokes & Chain . . . . . . . 02 . 10 . 00
2 Old Plows and Coulters . . . . . . . 00 . 15 . 00
47 Geess (geese) . . . . . . . 03 . 10 . 06
28 Turkeys . . . . . . . 01 . 08 . 00

2 lb 11-1/4 oz of Plate @ 5 S pr oz
Avoirdupois weight (silver) . . . . . . . 10 . 16 . 03
16 3/4 oz of Plate @ 5 S pr oz . . . . . . . 04 . 03 . 09

1 Silver hilted Sword & Belt . . . . . . . 02 . 10 . 00
1 Sword & Belt . . . . . . . 01 . 00 . 00
1 Case of Pistols & Holsters . . . . . . . 01 . 10 . 00
1 Great Gun & 2 Patterarods (ramrods?) . . . . . . . 01 . 05 . 00
1 Brass Blunderbus . . . . . . . 00 . 12 . 00
1 Old Gun . . . . . . . 00 . 10 . 00

A Small Library of Books . . . . . . . 15 . 00 . 00
1 House Bell . . . . . . . 00 . 07 . 00
1 Fine Secretore (Secretary bookcase/desk). . . . . . 08 . 00 . 00
1 Writing Standish (stand/case) . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
1 Large Looking Glass (Mirror) . . . . . . . 02 . 00 . 00
1 House Clock (grandfather or wall clock). . . . . . 06 . 00 . 00
1 Large Oval Table . . . . . . . 02 . 00 . 00
1 Lesser Oval Table . . . . . . . 02 . 00 . 00
1 Small Oval Table . . . . . . . 00 . 15 . 00
1 Backgammon Table . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
1 Small Table . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
1 Small Square Table . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
1 Old Table . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
1 Old Table . . . . . . . 00 . 02 . 00
1 Large Old Table . . . . . . . 01 . 00 . 00
2 Dozen of Damask Napkins . . . . . . . 02 . 00 . 00
2 Draper Table Cloths . . . . . . . 00 . 18 . 09
2 Small Table Cloth . . . . . . . 00 . 09 . 09
2 Old Damask Table Cloths . . . . . . . 00 . 06 . 00
3 Guilded Pictures (Gilt framed Portraits?) . . . . . 09 . 00 . 00
6 Fine Pictures . . . . . . . 03 . 00 . 00
2 Fine Pictures . . . . . . . 00 . 10 . 00
4 Old Pictures . . . . . . . 02 . 02 . 00
3 Sconses (candle sconces) . . . . . . . 00 . 09 . 00
3 Pipe Boxes, 1 old Trunk . . . . . . . 00 . 04 . 00
1 Fine Trunk . . . . . . . 02 . 10 . 00
1 pr Andirons, Fire Tongs, Shovel . . . . . . . 02 . 00 . 00
1 pr of old Andirons . . . . . . . 00 . 10 . 00
1 Small pr of Andirons . . . . . . . 00 . 10 . 00
1 pr of Brass Andirons, 1 Iron Back,
1 pr Fire Tongs . . . . . . . 01 . 15 . 00
1 Old Cubboard (cupboard) . . . . . . . 01 . 10 . 00
1 Fine Neast (nested chests?) of Drawers. . . . . . . 07 . 00 . 00
1 Chest of Drawers . . . . . . . 04 . 00 . 00
1 Old Chest and 1 Stand . . . . . . . 00 . 12 . 00
1 Swinging Looking Glass (for dressing?) . . . . . . 00 . 15 . 00
1 Swinging Looking Glass . . . . . . . 00 . 13 . 00
1 Small Looking Glass . . . . . . . 00 . 01 . 06
1 Close Stoole (covered commode) . . . . . . . 00 . 04 . 00
1 Old Close Stoole . . . . . . . 00 . 02 . 00
1 Dark Lanthorn (iron? candle-lantern) . . . . . . . 00 . 01 . 00
1 pr of Bellows, 1 Candle box . . . . . . . 00 . 08 . 00
1 pr of Snuffers (wick trimmer) and Stand . . . . . . 00 . 02 . 06
15 Rush (bottomed) Leather Chairs . . . . . . . 05 . 05 . 00
3 Large Rush Leather Chairs @ 12 S . . . . . . . 01 . 16 . 00
1 Large Arm'd Chair & Qushon (cushion) . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
1 Large Flagg? Chair (fabric bottomed?) . . . . . . . 02 . 10 . 00
5 Old Flagg? Chairs . . . . . . . 00 . 03 . 04
6 Cane (bottomed) Chairs . . . . . . . 02 . 08 . 00
2 Large Cane Chairs . . . . . . . 01 . 04 . 00
8 Old Leather Chairs . . . . . . . 00 . 16 . 00
1 Old Large Arm'd Chair . . . . . . . 00 . 03 . 00
8 Old Chairs, 1 old Chest . . . . . . . 00 . 12 . 00
1 Fine Spinning Wheel . . . . . . . 00 . 07 . 06
1 Spinning Wheel . . . . . . . 00 . 07 . 06
1 Small Tea Cup . . . . . . . 00 . 01 . 00
1 Chamey? (China or enamel?) Punch Bowl . . . . . . . 00 . 10 . 00
1 Chamey? Sugar box . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
1 Small Punch Bowl . . . . . . . 00 . 01 . 00
1 Large Punch Bowl . . . . . . . 00 . 01 . 00
1 Cradle . . . . . . . 01 . 00 . 00
1 pr of Window Curtains and Vallins . . . . . . . 00 . 02 . 06
1 pr of Money Scales . . . . . . . 00 . 04 . 00
1 pr of Sugar Scales . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00

1 New Feather Bed & Boulster . . . . . . . 04 . 10 . 00
1 New Feather Bed & Boulster . . . . . . . 04 . 00 . 00
1 New Feather Bed . . . . . . . 04 . 00 . 00
1 Feather Bed, Boulster, 1 Blanket . . . . . . . 03 . 10 . 00
1 Old Feather Bed, Boulster, 1 Quilt, 1 Blanket,
Bedstead, Cord & Hide . . . . . . . 05 . 10 . 00
1 Feather Bed, Boulster, 1 Quilt, 2 Pillows, 1 Quilt, 1 blanket,
Curtins, Vallins, Foot Vallins, Headps (headboard?),
Tauter (tightener), Bedstead, Cord & Hide . . . . 10 . 00 . 00
1 New Feather Bed, Boulster, 2 Pillows, 2 Quilts, 1 Blanket,
Old Curtains and Vallins, Foot Vallins, Bedstead,
Cord and Hide . . . . . . . 08 . 00 . 00
1 Good Feather Bed, Boulster, 2 Pillows, Quilt, 1 Blanket,
Curtains & Vallins, Bedstead, Cord and Hide . . . 08 . 00 . 00
1 Feather Bed, Boulster, 2 Pills, 1 Rug (blanket),
1 Blanket, 1 Low Bedstead, Cord and hide . . . . 05 . 10 . 00
1 Old Feather Bed, Boulster, 1 Rug, 1 Blanket, 1 Low
Bedstead, Cord and Hide . . . . . . . 04 . 10 . 00
1 Feather Bed, Boulster, 1 Rug, 1 Blanket, Bedstead,
Cord and Hide . . . . . . . 03 . 00 . 00
1 Good Bed, Boulster, 1 Old Quilt, Bedstead,
Cord and Hide . . . . . . . 04 . 10 . 00
1 Bed, Boulster, 1 Rug, 1 Blanket, Cord
and Hide . . . . . . . 04 . 00 . 00
1 Cot Bed, Blanket, Rug . . . . . . . 02 . 10 . 00
1 Old Flock? Bed . . . . . . . 00 . 15 . 00
5 Old Pillow Cases . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
5 pr of Sheets . . . . . . . 03 . 07 . 06
3 Old Sheets . . . . . . . 00 . 07 . 00
1 Old Warming Pan . . . . . . . 00 . 15 . 00

1 Churn . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
2 Old Pewter Bassons (basins), 1 Callender. . . . . . 00 . 08 . 00
3 powdering (meat preparing) Tubs . . . . . . . 03 . 10 . 00
2 small powdering Tubs, 1 old Chest . . . . . . . 00 . 15 . 00
1 Meal Search? (sieve?), 1 Meal Sifter . . . . . . . 00 . 06 . 00
2 Canisters . . . . . . . 00 . 01 . 00
1 Spice Morter and Pestle . . . . . . . 00 . 06 . 00
2 Iron Pestles . . . . . . . 00 . 08 . 00
3 Pot Racks . . . . . . . 00 . 12 . 00
2 Iron Spits . . . . . . . 00 . 14 . 08
1 Old Ladle and Fork . . . . . . . 00 . 01 . 00
16 Pattie (biscuit?) Pans, 2 Tin Callenders . . . . . 00 . 09 . 00
2 Old Frying Pans . . . . . . . 00 . 06 . 00
1 Old Frying Pan . . . . . . . 00 . 01 . 00
1 Old Mill Spindle . . . . . . . 01 . 00 . 00
10 Pieces of Earthen Ware . . . . . . . 00 . 10 . 00
1 Mustard Pot, 1 Salt (pot) . . . . . . . 00 . 02 . 00
7 Large Butter Pots . . . . . . . 00 . 14 . 00
1 Large Jar . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
8 Quart Bottles . . . . . . . 00 . 01 . 04
2 Old Pails . . . . . . . 00 . 06 . 00
1 Old Washing Tub . . . . . . . 00 . 02 . 06
1 Old Bushtt? (brush?), 2 Towle? Dishes . . . . . . . 00 . 04 . 06
5 Bushels of Salt . . . . . . . 00 . 07 . 06
79 lb of good Pewter . . . . . . . 03 . 19 . 00
111 lb of old Pewter . . . . . . . 02 . 15 . 06
1 Old Chest . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
1 Case of bottles, 2 Sugar boxes . . . . . . . 00 . 18 . 00
30 lbs of Mirtle (Myrtle/candle) Wax . . . . . . . 01 . 02 . 06
29 lbs of Tallow . . . . . . . 00 . 14 . 06
9 Large Stone Jugs . . . . . . . 00 . 18 . 00
6 Gallons of Mallasses (Molasses) . . . . . . . 00 . 12 . 00
5 Large Butter pots, 1 Small Butter pot . . . . . . . 00 . 09 . 00

2 Stills . . . . . . . 07 . 00 . 00
2 Box Irons & Heaters, 2 Funnels . . . . . . . 00 . 06 . 00
1 pr of Small Stillards (steelyards - scales) . . . . 00 . 10 . 00
1pr of Large Stillards . . . . . . . 01 . 00 . 00
1 pr of Spoon Molds . . . . . . . 00 . 10 . 00
1 Whip Saw, 2 files & 1 Rest . . . . . . . 02 . 10 . 00
1 Cross Cut Saw . . . . . . . 00 . 07 . 00
1 Old Tenant (Tenon) Saw . . . . . . . 00 . 02 . 00
1 Currying Knife and Steal (sharpener?) . . . . . . . 01 . 00 . 00
1 pr of Garden Shears . . . . . . . 00 . 01 . 06
2 pr of Tailors Shears, 1 pr of Scissors. . . . . . . 00 . 02 . 06
4 pr of Sheep Shears, 3 pr Wool Cards and 1 pr of
Cotton Cards . . . . . . . 00 . 09 . 06
1 Parcel of Carpenters Tools . . . . . . . 00 . 10 . 00
1 Parcel of Coopers Tools, 1 Sledgehammer . . . . . . 01 . 00 . 00
1 Parcel of Shoemakers Tools & Alls (Awls). . . . . . 00 . 15 . 00
4 Old Towels . . . . . . . 00 . 02 . 00
2 Trowels . . . . . . . 00 . 03 . 00
2 Grubbing Hoes . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
9 Hoes . . . . . . . 00 . 12 . 00
4 Old Hoes, 1 Old Axe . . . . . . . 01 . 05 . 06
4 Good Axes . . . . . . . 00 . 10 . 00
1 Old Axe . . . . . . . 00 . 02 . 00
1 Set of Wedges . . . . . . . 00 . 10 . 00
2 Iron Wedges . . . . . . . 00 . 06 . 00
1 Large Iron Crow (crowbar) . . . . . . . 00 . 01 . 06
1 Large Grinding Stone . . . . . . . 00 . 02 . 06
18 Tubs . . . . . . . 01 . 00 . 00
3 Small Wooden Boxes . . . . . . . 00 . 01 . 06
2 Rundletts (runlets? - small wine casks) . . . . . . 00 . 02 . 00
21 Cyder (cider) Casks . . . . . . . 05 . 05 . 00
4 Mill Pecks? (peck baskets?) . . . . . . . 00 . 05 . 00
22 Sides of Leather . . . . . . . 04 . 02 . 06
1198 Foot of Inch plank . . . . . . . 04 . 19 . 10
843 Foot of Feather Edge plank . . . . . . . 01 . 15 . 01
2 Fine Iron Hooks, 10 lbs Brass Heads? . . . . . . . 00 . 02 . 00
206 lbs of Old Iron . . . . . . . 00 . 17 . 02
273 lb of Pot Iron . . . . . . . 02 . 05 . 06
68 lbs of Pot Iron . . . . . . . 00 . 11 . 04
1 Large Copper Qt: (qty?) 49 wt . . . . . . . 03 . 13 . 06
11 lb of Brass . . . . . . . 00 . 14 . 08
16 lb of Old Brass . . . . . . . 00 . 08 . 00

Elizabeth Berryman
Robt: Washington
Law: Butler
Jarrett Foard

Westmoreland At a Court held for the sd County the 26th Day of
November 1729

This Inventory of the Estate of Benjamin Berryman Gent decd was
return'd into Court upon Oath by - Elizabeth Berryman his Relict
& Exetutrix and Ordered to be Recorded.

Recorded the 23th Day of December 1729
GTCCW Test: G Turbervile CClerk
_______

MB Notes on the above Inventory:

The Inventory has been resequenced from the original and a few
items have been combined.
"Do" (ditto) marks have been replaced with appropriate text
and some of the spelling has been updated.
Although I've tried to explain the obscure terms there are still
some "unknowns". For instance, the "Chamey" sugar box and the
punch bowl and also the "Flagg" chairs.
I believe flagg refers to a type of fabric on the chair
seats and Chamey may be a type of glass, crystal or perhaps
enamel on metal.
I believe the word "Hide" in the bedstead items refers to a
"tanned leather hide" that was laid over the ropes (and
below the feather bed).
A "Rugg" was a type of blanket (perhaps a "bedspread") not
a floor rug.

As lengthy as the inventory is ... I think they missed a
few things.

I didn't find Benjamin's clothing, shoes, wigs, eye glasses
(if any), tobacco pipes, rings, or other personal items.
It is also little surprising that he didn't have a
carriage or wagon by 1729. I know the roads were
"horse paths", but I thought they might at least have one
wagon. They did have an Ox cart (waine).
Also they seemed to be a "little light" on saddles, harness,
etc. given as many horses as he owned ... unless the other saddles
were considered the property of Elizabeth and the children.
I would have liked to have seen an inventory of Benjamin's
Mill, but the "large grinding stone" may be a millstone. MB

MAJR: BENJA: BERRYMAN'S WILL

In the Name of God Amen. I Benja: Berryman of ye County of Westmoreland being in perfect health and memory praised be God for the same doe make and ordaine this my Last Will and testement in maner and forme following. ffirst I Give my Soul to Almighty God hopeing through the merrits of his Son Jesus Christ he will accept the same and my Body to the earth to be decently buryed in the Burying place of my father as my Executrix shall see fit. And as for my worldly Goods I Give and dispose thereof as ffolloweth.

(1) I Give to my Son James my house and Land whereon I now Live Including the Land I bought of Hugh ffrench and the Land I Leased of James Neale and the Land I bought of Capt: Anthony Thornton alsoe my watter Grist Mill to him the said James Berryman and the heirs male of his body and for want of such heirs to my Son William Berryman and the heirs male of his Body and for want of such to my Son Maximillian Berryman and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such heirs to my Son John and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such to my Son Newton and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such heirs then to my Son Henry and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such then to my Son Benja: Berryman and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such heirs then to my Grandson Gilson Berryman and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such heirs then to my Right heirs att Law.

(2) I Give to my Son Henry Berryman two hundred Ackers of Land parte of ye Land I have in the forrist next and ajoineing to ye Land of John Popham to him and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such heirs to my Son William and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such heirs to my Son James and the [heirs] male of his body and for default of such heirs to my Son Maximillian and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such heirs to my Son Newton and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such heirs to my Son John and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such heirs to my Grandson Gilson Berryman and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such heirs to my Son Benjamin and his heirs for Ever.

(3) I give to my Son William the rest of my forist Land which I supose to be four hundred and three Ackers whith what I Bought of Overhall Whitehouse and Rusell to him and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such to my Son Henry and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such to my Son James and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such to my Son Maximillian and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such to my Son Newton and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such to my Son John and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such to my Grandson Gilson and the heirs male of his Body and for default of such to my son Benjamin and his heirs for Ever.

(4) My land in King George County that I Escheated from Samuell Dudley Jacob Danill and John farmer being four hundred Ackers two hundred of ye said four I have Given by Deed to my Son Benjamin Acknowledged in King George Courte as by the Deed thereof & the remaining two hundred Ackers I Give to my Son John and the heirs male of his Body and for want of such heirs I Give the said two hundred Ackers of Land to my Son Benja: Berryman and his heirs for Ever.

(5) I Give to my Son Newton Berryman and to my Son Maximillian Berryman Six hundred and Sixty three Ackers of Land att a place calld the Marsh in King George County to be Equally Devided between them and if either of my said Sons should dye before he hath Lawfull Issue male that then the Land shall goe to the Survivor of them and if boath should dye before the Land is devided and should Leave Issue male that then the said Land shall be devided between ther Eldest Sons and if they should dye withoute Issue male that is boath Newton and Maximillian then the Land to goe to be Equally devided between my two Sons Benja: Berryman and John Berryman and the heirs male of their bodys for Ever.

(6) My Son Benja: Berryman hath his parte of Negros and is possessed of them. And I doe by this my Will confirme them to him he hath alsoe had his Share of Cattell hoggs houseall Goods & Alsoe my Daughter Rose hath had her parte and my Daughter Anne her parte and my Daughter Elizabeth her parte soe that I Give them noe more and need not say any further of them.

(7) And now the Negros that I am possessd of is aboute thirty which said Negros and theare increase I Give to my Six Sons and three Daughters that is to say William James Newton Maximillian John and Henry only two a Negros a peece. I Give to my three Daughters that is to say Sarah ffrankey and Cate which said Negros are to be sett oute to them and delivered by my Wife there Mother as she shall think fitt that is if she pleseis to give one more then another she has full power by this my Will soe to doe say to take either one or all the Negros from ane a one of my three Daughters Sarah frankey or Catey that I have Given them in this my Will and Give it to which of my Sons or Daughters she shall plese and there uppon if she should soe think fitt. I to that intent revoke the Gifts to the said three Girles and wholy put it into her power soe as she dispose of them to my Childeren and this Grate trust I put in her because I think she will doe Justice according as they will deserve and that they are all her Childeren as well as mine and my Will is that my houseall Goods and Stock of what Nature soe Ever it be I give to my Children that is to say William James Newton Maximillian John Henry Sarah ffrances and Cate to be devided by there Mother amongs them as she shall see fitt and to Give them there portions Equall or un Equall as she shall plese.

(8) My will is that my picture Grate Glass and Scretere and Clock be not removed out of the Hall. Except Gilsons ffather and Mothers which I Give to him when he shall be of the Age of twenty one Years alsoe Bens picture I give to him and my one and his Mothers after his Mothers death or before if she pleseis to Let him have them the rest I Give to my Son James Except Billys picture which I Give to Billy the rest to stand in the Hall as Long as it remains tennantable.

(9) My Will is that not withstanding what I have Given my Childeren above my Wife if she pleses keep all and singuler my Estate of Lands houses Mill and Negros houseall goods Stocks of whatt sorte soever in her possession duering the time she shall remaine my Widow and keep her selfe unmarried and that she take the proffits to her owne use for her Supporte and maintaineance of the Childeren and to keep the Mill and houseing in repare and that at her Death if she keep her selfe unmaried soe long to make distrebution of all the Negros with there Increase to my said Six Sons or the Survivors of them that is to say Will James Newton John Maximillian and Henry or if she pleses she may make Distrebution as she will see they want itt before her death. And that the Distrebution be made to my Childeren according as I have by this my Will given her power. And that if she should think fitt to marry againe itt is then my Will that my Son Benja: Berryman take all my Estate and alsoe my Childeren into his Care and manidgement for the use of my Childeren. But if my Wife keeps her selfe singell tell her Death then it is my Will that she Dispose of the Childeren and there Estates into such hands as she by her Will shall fitt and duering the time she shall be unmarryed that she be my sole Exequetrix and to have the sole Adminestration her selfe but if she marryes then her Exequetorship to Cease and then my Son Ben to be my Exequetor of this my Last Will and Testement in full and ampell maner as may be. In Wittness where of I put to my hand and Seale this 13th Day of May 1729.

Testes: Richard Amis William Bedell Benja: Berryman {Seal}
Test: Tho: Sharpe
Tho: Stonehouse
Moses Caddy

Memorandon that on my Second thought I think Convenent to mak my Sons Will: Berriman and James Berriman to be my Exseccutores with my Son Benjaman Berriman. But not to Administer nor Conserne themselves with it tell my loving Wife shall Marry. Then not with standing then they tak the Estate they are not to debare hir of hir thirds. And for as much as I have Instated my Lands on my Sons and theare male heirs for want of such heirs the Lands I have given to sum other Yousis it being of what nature soever I revok in Case of faillur of the male heires of my Sons. Then I give to my four Dafters Rose Sarah frances and Catherron and the heirs male of theare Bodys and for want of such I give to my Sons Dafters and theare heirs for Ever. As Wittness my hand and Seal this forth Day of August in ye Yeare 1729

Test: Thos Sharpe Benja: Berryman {Seal}
Tho: Stonehouse
Moses Caddy

At a Court held for the sd County (Westmoreland) the 27th Day of August 1729.
This Last Will and Testament of Benjamin Berryman Gent. decd: together with the Codicil under written was presented into Court by his Relict and Exeritrix who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oaths of all the Witnesses thereto (except Moses Caddy) is admitted to Record.

Recorded the 28th Day of August 1729 Test: G Turbervile CCW
by G T CCW

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Ne 9ELIZABETH BERRYMAN'S WILL

In the Name of God Amen I Elizabeth Berryman of the County of Westmoreland being weak in body but of sound and disposing mind and memory do constitute and appoint this my last Will & testament in manner following. Whereas my husband Benjamin Berryman by his last Will authorized me to make distribution of all his slaves to his six sons or the survivors of them and whereas three of the said Sons viz Newton, John and Henry d before they came of age and was not possesst of any of their fathers estate and whereas William, James and Maximilian are the surviving sons I give all the slaves with their increase to be divided as follows, Imprimis I give to my son William Berryman Old Negro Jack and Grace and their ten Children and bob which in his possession and Sall which I delivered to him as part of his fathers estate some years past but being a little Negro girl, that attended me I desired my son William to let her stay and wait on me which is now with me, as also I give him Rachel and Nel & Beck their Mother, to him and his heirs and assigns forever and allso my fathers Old Silver Tankard without a lid and also my fathers coat of arms. And also I give to my said son William Berryman all the lands I bought of Cossom Bennett in the County of Westmoreland which I have given him by a deed and do confirm to him his heirs and assigns forever.

Item I give to my son James Berryman, Negro George, Jack, Anthony, Ben, Aaron, Suke, Nace, Mary, Tim, Ned, Jude, Peg and her youngest Child Gerrat, Winney, and Belley to him his heirs and assigns forever. Item I give to my son Maximilian, fourteen Negroes which he has in his possession as also Salley, Lilla and Frank which are yet in my possession, to him his heirs and assigns forever.

Item my will and desire is that my stock and household stuff of what kind soever Tobacco Corn Money etc shall be equally divided between my three children that is to say William James and Katherine Nowles (Vowles?)

Item my son Benjamin Berryman had his part of his fathers estate before his death, Item my daughter Rose Taliaferro had her part of her fathers estate before his death.

Item my Daughter Frances Foot has her part since her fathers death according to his Will and gave a receipt for it.
Item my daughter Sarah Douglas has had her part of the negroes and my daughter Katharine Nowles has had her part of the Negroes, the reason bf my giving son William Seventeen Negroes and my son James but sixteen is because some negroes that my son William is possest of are very Deficient for old Jack & Grace are almost past labour, and one negro fellow with One eye and one hand, and another cripled lad of very little use, therefore I think the division I have made will make them equal according to quantity and quality.

Item I appoint my sons William and James Berryman executors to this my last will and testament.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 14th day of June 1762.

her
Elizabeth (E) Berrymen
mark

Signed Sealed and delivered
In presence of Gerrard Blackstone Causeen
Josias Causeen
Thomas Clark
William Staples

At a court held for Westmoreland County the 22d day of February 1763, This last Will and Testament of Elizabeth Berryman decd was proved according to law by the Oaths of Josias Causeen and William Stapes Witnesses thereto and Ordered to be recorded and on the motion of said William Berryman One of the executors named in the said Will who made Oath according to law and together with Willoughby Newton his Security entered into and acknowledged Bond with Condition as the law directs Certificate is granted him for Obtaining a probate thereof in due form liberty being reserved to James Berryman the Other executor named in the said Will to join in the probate when he shall think fit.

Teste

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ELIZABETH BERRYMAN'S DEPOSITION

Deposition of Eliza. Berryman Aged 70 years or thereabouts being Sworn and Examined in a Suit between Garrard Davis and others Plts. and Richd. Lee Defendent

(Elizabeth Berryman) -- deposeth and Saith that John Newton, the Elder, the Depts. father informed her (that) he was a Yorkshire (England) man and had three wives there, and one Son by each wife namely: John, Joseph and Benja. and that after the death of his last Wife, he came to Virginia and m this Depts. mother (Rose Nee? Tucker Gerrard Newton) and sometime after the Marriage he went Home again and brought in with him his three Sons of afores'd.
& that the sd. John, the Eldest Son, some time after he came to Virginia m and had issue: Wm. Newton, who m Barbary Johnson Daughter of James Johnson, ye Elder, half sister to John Gerrard, the younger, the said Wm. Newton had issue by the said Barbary Johnson, a Son, and (a) Daughter named Frances.

The sd. Wm. Newton survived the sd. Barbary, and afterward married Eliza. Berryman, the Daughter of this Depts. last Husband (Benjamin Berryman) by his first wife (Sarah Butler), & had issue by the sd. Eliza.: Wm. Newton, now in King George Co & Others.

Joseph Newton, the son of the (John Newton, the elder's) second wife had no issue now alive.

Benja. Newton, son by the third wife, m in Virginia and had issue one Son named Benja. & three Daughters
--the last mentioned Benja. m and had issue a Son named Benja. now living and is m to a Daughter of Rachel Colclough of Stafford County
& this Dept. Saith that her Father (John Newton) had issue by her Mother (Rose) who was his fourth and last wife: two Sons namely Gerrard and Thos. Newton
and further this Dept. Saith (further, that?) James Johnson the Elder m Eliza. the Mother of John Gerrard, ye younger, and had issue by her Jas., Eliza., Frances, Barbary and Anne, ye sd. Jas. d without issue.

Eliza. (Johnson) m William Davis and had issue. Frances (Johnson) married one Wiggington & had issue. Barbary (Johnson) m the aforesd. Wm. Newton & had issue as aforesd. Anne (Johnson) m Saml. Heath and had issue & further this Dept. Saith not.

her
Elizabeth X Berryman
mark

Westmoreland Sct.
The within sworn to the 10th day of February 1755 before us by Virtue of a Dedimus to us directed Dated the 15th. Day of November in the twenty ----------- year of our Reign -------

Wm. Berryman
James Berryman (sons of Elizabeth Newton Gilson & Benjamin Berryman)

A Copy teste: John Lee Junr. p Ben Waller C. G. Cur.
(Endorsed) Copy Berriman's Deps.

This deposition was copied from the Virginia Historical Magazine, Vol 23, 1925, p 300. Notes to Council Journals





http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mysouthernfamily/myff/d0079/g0000076.html

Be10 Capt. Benjamin BERRYMAN
7 Dec 1669 - BEF 27 Aug 1729
ID Number: I34052
OCCUPATION: tobacco farmer; Capt. in Militia; Justice in 1712
RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
BIRTH: 7 Dec 1669, Westmoreland Co. VA
DEATH: BEF 27 Aug 1729, Westmoreland Co. VA [170617]
RESOURCES: See: [S613] [S1956] [S3092]
Father: John BERRYMAN "the Immigrant"
Mother: Jane BALDRIDGE
Family 1 : Sarah BUTLER
MARRIAGE: 1689
John BERRYMAN
Benjamin BERRYMAN
Anne BERRYMAN
+Elizabeth BERRYMAN
Family 2 : Elizabeth NEWTON
MARRIAGE: ABT 1708, Washington Parish, Westmoreland Co. VA
+Rose Anne BERRYMAN
Be9. Frances BERRYMAN
Benjamin BERRYMAN
Newton BERRYMAN
Henry BERRYMAN
Maxmillian BERRYMAN
James BERRYMAN
Ann BERRYMAN
Sarah BERRYMAN
Catherine "Kate" BERRYMAN
Notes

perhaps this Benjamin m 1st a Sarah ? and had a dau Elizabeth b abt 1702.

Mary Smith m (2) Samuel Reeds and, when her son William Reeds bought his brother John's interest in their father's land in 1703, Benjamin Berryman (son-in-law of Rose Tucker Gerard Newton) witnessed the deed.
From: Virginia Genealogies and Biographies 1500s-1900s
Colonial Virginians and Maryland Relatives, William Gerard Tucker, Page 51

John BERRYMAN "the Immigrant"
12 Oct 1617 - 1679
ID Number: I82779
RESIDENCE: England and by 1654 Westmoreland Co. VA
BIRTH: 12 Oct 1617, Upcott, Devonshire, England
DEATH: 1679, Westmoreland Co. Virginia
BURIAL: on the Berryman "Ivy Point / White Hall" property
RESOURCES: See: LDS K35S-95 [S3092]
Family 1 : Jane BALDRIDGE daughter of James Baldridge RESIDENCE: St. Mary's Co. MD and 1651 Westmoreland Co. VA, BIRTH: ABT 1600 DEATH: 1659, Westmoreland Co. Virginia

MARRIAGE: BEF 1659, Virginia
Daniel BERRYMAN
John BERRYMAN
+Benjamin BERRYMAN
Notes

CONFLICTS in parents and wives, Children.
Father: John II BERRYMAN b 1585 in England
Mother: Elizabeth FULFORD b 1586 in England
Father: DANIEL BERRYMAN b: in Devonshire, England
Mother: ELNOR SLEE b: in Devonshire, England
Marriage 1 ELIZABETH ? Married: 1665
Marriage 2 Jane Bayham BALDRIDGE b: ABT 1630 Married: 1678
LDS Miss Tucker (Wife) b About 1652 in Of, Westmoreland, Va Marriage: ABT 1655 in Of, Westmoreland, Va
m. Jane TUCKER (Wife) b About. 1647 in Westmoreland, Va
Another shows Benjamin as a son of John IV m. to Jane Tucker and a son of John III b 1617.

Mary Love Berryman notes that John Berryman/Berreman came to Virginia as a headright of Major Miles Carey of Westmoreland Co, VA by 1654. John's first wife and the mother of his children died around 1677/78. The only surviving child of this marriage was Benjamin, born 7 Dec 1670, d 1729, VA; m 1. Sarah, 2. Elizabeth NEWTON

John was a farmer and raised tobacco. He apparently owned and operated a mill located near the head of the Upper Machodoc Creek in Westmoreland County, VA. He m Jane BUTLER, the widow of Thomas BUTLER, in 1678. There were no children by this marriage. Jane m John Harvey before Benjamin came of age.

Part of the inventory account of John's estate included burial charges for "Mr Berriman and two sons." John and his sons must have d about the same time in 1679/1680 in Westmoreland Co VA.

John BERRYMAN was b in England and may have been the grandson of John BERYMAN or BERRI of Berri, County Devon, England, or he may have been the son of Daniel BERRYMAN and wife Elizabeth SPARROWE. Perhaps, too, his first wife's name was Elnor SLEE.

The will of John ELBRIDGE of St. Peters within the city of Bristol, England, written September 11, 1646, calls John BERRIMAN a merchant. John came from England to Accomack Co Virginia, in 1654, brought over by Major Miles CAREY. According to one source, he m Jane TUCKER about 1650. [COMMENT-4] Her first name could have been Rose rather than Jane, the Jane having been added because of confusion with the second wife's name of Jane BALDRIDGE. There was a Rose TUCKER who m a John BERRYMAN. She was the daughter of John TUCKER and wife Rose ALLERTON(?)
[COMMENT-5] and was a minor at her father's death in 1671. There seem to have been two John BERRYMAN's in the area at the time, and this marriage seems improbable.

On March 5, 1656, John BERRYMAN was deeded property in York Co Virginia, from Owen MORRIS, and on October 5, 1663, he deeded it back to Owen MORRIS. On October 14, 1670, he and William HORTON and John PALMER acquired 400 acres in joint tenancy in Westmoreland Co Virginia, which he gave to his son Benjamin by will dated December 11, 1679.

John BERRYMAN d in 1680 either before his son Benjamin was born or within a few months of his birth. His son Benjamin is the subject of the following section.
1) Benjamin Berryman, b 7 December 1670 in Westmoreland Co Virginia, m. Elizabeth ? bet. 1707-08 in Westmoreland Co d bet. 4-27 August 1729 in Westmoreland County;
2) John Berryman, b abt. 1617 d
perhaps two other wives during his life (perhaps an Elizabeth and perhaps Jane Baldridge, both in America), d bef. 28 April 1680 in Westmoreland County;
3) Daniell Berryman, b in Tiverton, m. 26 July 1605 in Tiverton to Elizabeth Sparrowe;
4) Daniell Berryman, b in Barnstaple, Devon, England.
According to the McNabb family website
(http://home.att.net/~altgray/home.htm)
John Berryman's ancestors were as follows:

Father: John Berryman b before 1585 m 1605 John was AKA John De Berrie.
Mother: Elizabeth Fulford b before Before 1585; Father: Thomas Fulford b bef 1585 m before 1584 Mother: Unknown b abt 1565

Father: John Berryman b before 1565 m before 1584 John was AKA John Berri.
Mother: Eleanor Dare b before 1565 Eleanor was b in Upcott

Sarah BUTLER
1672 - 1707
ID Number: I72766
RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
BIRTH: 1672
DEATH: 1707, Westmoreland Co. Virginia
RESOURCES: See: [S1956] [S3092]
Father: John BUTLER
Mother: Anne BAYNHAM
Family 1 : Benjamin BERRYMAN
MARRIAGE: 1689
John BERRYMAN
Benjamin BERRYMAN
Anne BERRYMAN
+Elizabeth BERRYMAN

John BUTLER
ABT 1650 - ____
ID Number: I82772
RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
BIRTH: ABT 1650
DEATH: Westmoreland Co. Virginia
RESOURCES: See: [S3092]
Family 1 : Anne BAYNHAM
MARRIAGE: Westmoreland Co. Virginia
+Sarah BUTLER
Sources

Anne BAYNHAM
ABT 1650 - ____
ID Number: I82773
RESIDENCE: Westmoreland Co. VA
BIRTH: ABT 1650
DEATH: Westmoreland Co. Virginia
RESOURCES: See: [S3092]
Father: Alexander BAYNHAM
Mother: Anne BALDRIDGE
Family 1 : John BUTLER
MARRIAGE: Westmoreland Co. Virginia
+Sarah BUTLER



from http://www.callawayfamily.org/document/anthonyandjeremiah.htm
Proceedings of 1674:

p. 357. By thisPublick instrument of procuration or letter of Attorney be it Knowne and manifest unto all those who Shall See these presents or have the Same read that On the One and twentith day of the month of February Anno Dom 1673 and in the Six and twentith yeare of the Reigne of Our Soveraigne Lord Charles the Second by the Grace of God King of England Scotland France and Ireland Defendour of the faith &c. Before me Nicholas Hayward Notary and Tabellion publique dwelling in London by Authority of his Said Majtie admitted and Sworne and in the presence of the witnesses hereafter named personally appeared Mr. Robert Webb of the Middle Temple Gent, executor of the last will and Testament of Daniel Kelway deceased in his life time Citizen and Girdler of London who hath made Ordained and constituted as by these presents in his Stead and place he doth make ordaine and Constitute Robert Taverner and John Broome of London Merchants his true and lawfull Attorney and Attornyes Giveing and by these psents Granting unto his said Attorney and Attorneyes joyntly or to either of them Severally full power and lawfull authority for him constituant and in his name and to his Use in the quality aforesaid to aske demand Sue for levy recover and receive of Thomas Stanly of Maryland merchant of the heirs executors or administrators of late of George Harris in his life time of Virginia and of John Fordsham or of any other person or persons whatsoever who were Debtors unto the Said late Daniel Kelway at the time of his decease or of their Severall Goods effects plantations Chattells and estate whatsoever wherever he they every or any of them are or shall be found either in Maryland or Virginia all Such Sume or Sumes of mony tobaccoes goods wares Merchandises or the proceeds thereof which any person or persons whatsoever are oweing and indebted or have in their or any of their custody or possession due belonging or appurteining unto the said late Daniel Kelway at the time of his decease and now of right belonging unto the Said Robert Webb the Constituant in the quality aforesaid Be it by bond bill booke account reckoning proceeds or goods Sent from hence or otherwise for what cause or reason whatsoever Also to demand and require an accompt of the Said Thomas Stanley of all Trade dealeings and concernes betwixt him and the the Said deceased and the Same accompts with the said Stanley or any othr person to Settle adjust and agree & to take and receive what Tobaccoes Goods debts or other things shall belong to the estate of the Said deceased by the ballance of the Said accompts upon recoveryes and receipts to give and acquittances releases and discharges in due form And if need by appear before all Lords judges and justice in any Court or Courts there to answer defend and reply in all matters and causes touching or concerning the premisses to doe Say Sue pursue implead arrest Seize Sequester attach imprison and to condemne and Out of prison againe to deliver And also the Said Constituant in the yeare aforesaid doth by these presents authorize and impower his said Attorneys or either of them not only to recover and take into their possession all tobacco goods debts and all other thinges any wise due or oweing unto the Said late deceased Daniel Kelway But also to act manage and performe all affaires and concernes whatever touching or anywise relating to the estate of the Said deceased And Generally to use all lawfull wayes and meanes for the recovery thereof either by Suite of law or otherwise as fully and amply to all intents and purposes as he Constituant himselfe might or could doe if he were personally present with power to Subsitute One or more Attorneys and the Same againe to revoake the Constituent in the quality aforesaid promiseing to hold for firme and valid all and whatsoever the said Robt. Taverner and John Broome or either of them joyntly or Severally or their or either of their Substitutes shall lawfully doe or cause to be done in and about the premisses by virtue of these presents In witness whereof the Said Constituant hath Signed Sealed and delivered these presents This done and passed in London in presence of the persons underwritten witnesses thereunto required - Rob: Webb (Sealed)

Sealed and delivered in prsence of

Arthur Donvile

Tho: Philip Nicholas Hayward, Notary and Tabellion Publique



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EARLY DAYS. TI

Family tradition also claims connection with Antoine
Papillon, joint Almoner with Michel d'Arande to Mar-
guerite d'Angoul^me, the pious sister of Francis I., under
whose protection he and others did much to promote the
Reformation in Lyonnais and Dauphind, and at whose
instance her brother appointed him Maitre de Requites to
the Dauphin. But on the captivity of Francis, Marguerite
soon lost all influence. Antoine Papillon was exiled, and
not long after found dead, as was supposed from poison.
At the suggestion of his friend the Dominican friar, Aimet
Maigret, he had translated into French Luther's work on
"Monastic Vows." * He was also a friend of Erasmus.

Antoine Papillon's position at Court seems to favour this tradition, but it is not supported by a letter from David Papillon, only son of Thomas, the famous lawyer, who speaks of the victim of the Massacre as the first of the family who embraced "the true religion."

Thomas Papillon, the subject of these Memoirs, was b at Roehampton House, Putney, on 6th September, 1623. He was the fifth child of his father's second family, and the seventh of the two families combined. As a boy, he was sent with his two elder brothers, Philip and George, to a school of good repute at Drayton, Northamptonshire ; and, by his father's will, executed in 163S, ;^5o a year was bequeathed for the education of the three sons ;^20 each for the two elder who were designed for a University career and the ministry and ;£'io for Thomas ; and, on the latter being apprenticed to a merchant, for which purpose and for his general use, ;^SOo was bequeathed, the whole £^0 a year was

* "Italy and France in the Olden Time." by J. C. Colquhoun: London, 1858. A charming book. Also, "Histoire de la France Protestante," par les frferes Haag: Paris, 1860,

12 THOMAS PAPILLON,

to be applied to his brothers, "and no more, FOR THAT
IS SUFFICIENT."

Philip Papillon was b on ist January, 1620. While at school he showed much aptitude in Latin prose and verse, and several M.SS. of such remain in the family. In September, 1634, he entered Exeter College, Oxford, whence he graduated B.A. in April, 1638, and M.A. in 1640. On the latter occasion he made a gift to the College of two gilt bowls for the use of the Commoners; and in the same year he published a Tragedy, composed by a fellow-collegian, Samuel Harding. During Philip's University career, he abridged several works of Controversial Divinity; explained many texts of Scripture; and prepared about fifty sermons. He d at Lubenham in 1641, and his remains were buried in the Parish Church there.

His brother George eventually became a London merchant. He lived till 6th July, 1684. In 1653 he
married Mary Nicholson, of Cambridge, and they had ten children, chiefly daughters; of whom Phoebe became
the wife of Benjamin Smith, a Norwich factor; Mary, of John Ball, a Hamburg merchant; and Ann, of
Thomas Hayward, ironmonger, Southwark ; their only surviving son, Samuel, was m in October, 1697,
to Fiducia Steer, of Wootton, Surrey, and they had two sons. The eldest, George, "born at their house in Cornhill, at the sign of the King's Head, d young." Their other son, John, d unmarried on 20th August, 1763, aged 58. He owned property at Great Bentley, Essex, as recorded in Morant's History of the Co which also states that he lived at Englefield, Berks, at which place his servant, George Cocking, was buried on 24th August, 1761, as recorded in the Parish Register.