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Ja11 Keziah Arroyah was the daughter of (Ja12) Wahanganoche and possibly an unnamed daughter of Ka-Okee and granddaughter of Kocoum and Pocahontas
|Keziah Arroyah, Born: about 1640
Married: Richard or Thomas Bryant/Brian
|The connection between Bryant, Keziah Arroyah and Elinor Gallop who married Robert Duncan and had Elinor, Mary and Anne Duncan is extablished by two deeds. There are other records establishing the basic relationships of different lines descending from Keziah Arroyah. There was also another daughter Phylis Gallop who married Thomas Monteith.|
|Richard Bryant and Keziah Arroyah
Br10-1 Dr. Richard Bryan married Ann Meese/Amees, daughter of Henry Meese and Mary C
(Br10-1-1) Dr. Joseph Richard Bryan b. ?1687. Dr. Richard Bryan is an ancestor of Bryan Reddick, PhD., Bryan or Sheila Reddick [firstname.lastname@example.org]. d 1749 King George, Va.Br10-2 Thomas Bryant m Elinor his Indian Servant
Br10-3 Martha Bryant (about 1650 - after 1690) married Thomas Foley and had 5 children, m 2nd William Burton.
Br10 Silent Bryant m Lucy Doniphan
Br9 Elinor Bryant dau. married Robert GallupBr10-5 Nathaniel Bryant p Mary Amees, b/d in Stafford Co. Va,
Br10-6 Elizabeth Bryan, b/d in Stafford Co. Va,
|Special thanks to the great Patawomack historian, William
Deyo, for much of the information on the early generations of this Pedigree
and especially for the information on their social structures which is
the basis of the educated guesses as to the maternal lines, which will
hopefully be born out by the results of mitochondrial DNA testing.
An examination of the Powatan and Patawomack pedigrees shown below, which are based more on suppositions made on the Indian ideas of matriarchical inheritance of chiefdom and the polygamous rights of chiefs shows that there was strong inbreeding. Which characteristics were deemed decisive for selecting the original matriarch of the succession or choosing the order of succession among her daughters is not exactlly known, but doubtless brains and beauty and the ability to bear strong braves were all important factors. Brains in the sense of being very observant as a botanist and homeopath as well as a natural psychologist in raising children to be good, brave and diligent and advise their spouses well in tribal affairs would certainly all have been considered important. A chief had to be the son of a matriarch and would choose his favorite wife (the one he kept having children by) from the highest ranking princesses, who might be his maternal cousins or even sisters, his other wives often had only one child by him. Only the chief of the Powatan federation could have several wifes and the chiefs of the member tribes could have two wives. The chief of the federation appointed the chiefs of the member tribes, often from among his brothers, nephews or uncles.
|The inbreeding had the advantage of 1) developing specific
tribal characteristics, 2) weeding out the sickly genes quickly, and 3)
if a strong and healthy chief was chosen the chances of him having numerous
strong and healthy children was rather high. As the weaker braves fell
in battle the number of women in the tribe was generally higher except
for their losses from childbirth. So the women were likely to have had
a lot to say about tribal affairs at least behind the scenes. A wise matriarch
would have to recognize that the strength of the tribe and hence the continuance
of their existence depended on all women of child bearing age having children.
And so the great defender of the tribe also became the prize of all its
women, and the favorite wife probably had the decision on which other wife
he went to bed with when. A wise man always takes advice from his favorite
wife, who probably could count the days of the month very well and kept
a tally on their periods: only as much hanky-panky as was good for the
tribe would seem to have been the rule.
Earlier tribes elsewhere in the world and particularly in Skandinavia did not differ that much in social structure, where the matriarchical tendencies did result in a woman's right to divorce. For this reason it seems possible that the appearance of the Germanic peoples was a continuation from the Amazons who disappeared from history between 1500 and 1100 BC. The legendary prowess, strength and probably size of these women warriors may have been the genetic source of Viking size and aggressiveness. The Nordic patriarch usually led the religious festivities and fertility rites when events took on the character of an orgy and so "honored" young maidens.
Powhatan PedigreeThe following Powhatan Pedigree is based in part upon known history recorded in colonial Virginia and in part on assumptions from the known laws of Powatan Royal succession, which was a matriarchically inherited right of succession of eldest sons preceeding and daughters following the sons in succession. The matriarchical law of succession had probably been established for several generations. A comparison with other native American tribes might help to guess when this began, so if it were common in all the Americas it would go back to the time of their ancestors crossing the Berings Straits. If it was only peculiar to the tribes of Virginia and the Carolinas it might support the Mormon legend that the ten lost tribes of Israel crossed the Atlantic to America, if any similarities in DNA could be found between native Americans and Jews, since Hebrew nationality is inherited maternally. The pedigree has been color coded to indicate possible bearors of native American X chromosomes and native Americn mitochondrial DNA.
|Po16. possibly Nemattanon alias Don Luis de Velasco, Chief Powatan, taken by the Spanish when he was young and returned many years later. b about 1545 c 1590. He had 3 brothers Opitchapan, Opechancanough (who married Cleopatra, sister of Pocahontas), and Catataugh|
|m1||unknown, Princess who was probably either a sister or more likely the daughter of a maternal aunt or granddaughter of a maternal great aunt and daughter of one of the chiefs of a tribe of the realm. The as yet unnamed matriarch of this dynasty would have been born about 1550 had 4 sons as follows and succeeded in Reign as Chief Powatan, leaving a a realm of six tribes.|
|Po15||Wahunsenacawh, Sachem, Chief Powatan b about 1570. Powhatan was both the name of a single tribe and their chief, he inherited a realm of six tribes and form a confederation of a total of 30 between 1597 and 1607. b about 1575, d 1618. He made his first capital at Werowomocomo. He made his next capital at Orapakes, located about 50 miles (80 km) west in a swamp at the head of the Chickahominy River, near the modern-day interchange of Interstate 64 and Interstate 295. Sometime between 1611 and 1614, he moved further north to Matchut, in present-day King William County on the north bank of the Pamunkey River, near where his younger brother Opechancanough ruled at Youghtanund. By the time Smith left Virginia in 1609, the fragile peace was already beginning to fray. Soon conflict led to the First Anglo-Powhatan War, and further English expansion beyond Jamestown and into Powhatan's territory. Two of his subtribes, the Kecoughtan and the Paspahegh, were effectively destroyed at the beginning of this war. Powhatan sent the cackarous Nemattanew to operate against the English on the upper James River, though they held out at Henricus. With the capture of Pocahontas in 1613, Powhatan sued for peace. It came about after her alliance in marriage in 1614 to John Rolfe, a leading tobacco planter.|
|Po14-1||a son b about 1588. possibly Necotowance|
|Po14-2||a son b about 1590. possibly|
|Po14-3||Matachanna b about 1592, went to England with Pocahontas to take care of the son of Pocahontas and John Rolfe.|
|m2||Winganuske, Princess eldest of the two sisters of Chief Powatan, sister of Machumps.|
|Po14-4||Cleopatra b about 1594 married uncle Opechancanough|
|Po14||Matoaka "Pocahontas", Princess (Rebecca) b about 1595 d 21 March 1617. Pocahontas, which means "Little Wanton," a playful, frolicsome little girl. There additional information obtained from the sacred oral history of the Mattaponi Tribe. See her biography.|
|m1||1610 Ja13 Kocoum younger Patawomack chief, d about 1612|
|Po13||Ka-Okee b about 1609/10. Her existence was probably kept secret by the Patawomecks for the safety of the child. Some of the families who carry the traditional descent from Pocahontas and Kocoum are: Martin, Threlkeld, Porch, Sullivan, Fugate, Roberson, Curtis, Limbrick, Newton, Green, Butler, Courtney, Humphries, Brown, Jett, Peyton/Payton, Chilton, Burton, Hudson, Jones, Cox, Grigsby, Bates, Berry, Kitchen, Fines, Chinn, McGuire, Payne, Rollow, and many others.|
|m1||?Theodore Pettus/Pettis. He was likely a brother of Col. Thomas Pettus, who had a sister named “Christian” and owned land that adjoined that of Chief Wahanganoche which was the later home of Ka-Okee’s daughter, Christian. Col. Thomas Pettus did have a brother, Theodore, who came to Virginia in 1623 and was still in Virginia near the end of 1626, when he made a testimony in court. It is important to note that the famous Matoaka portrait of Pocahontas was found in England in a Pettus home! Col. Thomas Pettus’ uncle, William Pettus, married Elizabeth Rolfe, the daughter of John Rolfe’s own granduncle, Henry Rolfe!|
|Po12-1||Christian Pettus, b about 1625, known to have had much Indian blood. Multiple ancestress of the Sullivan family, known to have had much Indian blood but who did not know the name of their Indian ancestor.||The Pamunkey nation are
one of eleven Virginia Indian tribes recognized by the Commonwealth
of Virginia. The historical tribe was part of the Powhatan paramountcy,
made up of Algonquian-speaking tribes. The Powhatan paramount chiefdom
was made up over 30 tribes, estimated to total about 10,000-15,000 people
at the time the English arrived in 1607. The Pamunkey tribe made up
approximately one-tenth to one-fifteenth of the total, as they numbered
about 1,000 persons in 1607. When the English arrived, the Pamunkey
were one of the most powerful groups of the Powhatan chiefdom. They inhabited
the coastal tidewater of Virginia on the north side of the James River
near Chesapeake Bay. The Pamunkey is one of only two tribes that
still retain reservation lands assigned by the 1646 and 1677 treaties with
the English colonial government. The Pamunkey reservation is located
on some of its ancestral land on the Pamunkey River adjacent to present-day
King William County, Va. The Mattaponi reservation, the only other
in the state, is nearby on the Mattaponi River. The Pamunkey tribe has
successfully adapted for continuation through the centuries.
The traditional Pamunkey way of life was subsistence living. They lived through a combination of fishing, trapping, hunting, and farming. The latter was developed in the Late Woodland Period of culture, roughly 900 CE - 1600 CE. The peoples used the Pamunkey River as a main mode of transportation and food source. It also provided access to hunting grounds, and other tribes. Access to the river was crucial because Pamunkey villages were not seldom permanent settlements. Because the people did not use fertilizer, they moved their fields and homes about every ten years to allow land to lie fallow and recover from cultivation. The Pamunkey, and all Virginia tribes, had an intimate, balanced relationship with the animals, plants, and geography of their homeland. Like other native tribes, they had techniques, such as controlled burning, to clear land for cultivation or hunting. The land belonged in common to the group as a whole. The chief and council would allot a parcel of cleared ground to a family head for life. Upon his death, the parcel would generally go back to the tribe to be reallotted. Differing concepts of land ownership and use caused many conflicts between the Virginia tribes and English colonists. For the Virginia Indians the land was "owned" only as long as it was farmed; after that, it was available for "public" use. The English did not think the same way. They had a concept of private property and believed the land theirs once the Indians sold it to them. As a result, when the English allowed land to be fallow, the Indians assumed they were free to use it for hunting and gathering, just as they always had. Many English were outraged by what they saw as encroachment on their private property, and conflicts arose.[
Pamunkey homes, called yihakans (or yehakins), were long and narrow; they were described as “longhouses” by English colonists. They were structures made from bent saplings that were lashed together at the top to make a barrel shape. Indians covered the saplings with woven mats or bark. The 17th-century historian William Strachey thought that bark was harder to acquire, as he noticed that only higher-status families owned bark-covered houses. In summer, when the heat and humidity increased, the mats could be rolled up or removed to allow more air circulation. Inside the house, they built bedsteads along both walls. They were made of posts put in the ground, about a foot high or more, with small poles attached. The framework was about four feet wide, over which reeds were put. One or more mats was placed on top for bedding; more mats or skins served as blankets and a rolled mat for a pillow. The bedding was rolled up and stored during the day to make the space available for other functions
|Po12-1-1||Christian (Pettus) Martin, b about 16387, known to have had much Indian blood. Multiple ancestress of the Sullivan family, known to have had much Indian blood but who did not know the name of their Indian ancestor.|
|m1||Evan Williams b about 1630 and was the ancestor by Williams .|
|Po12-1-1-1+||descendants in the Families of Elkins, Grigsby, Redman, and Peyton.|
|?m2||Rev. John Waugh b 1630 d 1706. Rev. Waugh’s descendants by his first wife carry the strong tradition of Indian blood. He settled in Stafford Co Via soon after it became a county in 1662. He was the first minister in Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Va. Apparently he served in this area from approximately 1665 to 1700, about thirty five years. During the Reign of James II, Virginia like England was much agitated with rumors of popish plots, and John WAUGH greatly inflamed the people by his harangues against the Catholics. In 1669 he was elected to the general assembly, but declared ineligible as minister. He died in 1706, leaving a wife Christian, and sons Joseph, John, Alexander and David. (It is also claimed that he was b in Tyrone Ireland and m Frances Meese b ABT 1638||On 11 Oct 1688 John West acknowledged having "...sold unto John WAUGH of Stafford County for valuable consideration in hand reced a parcel & dividend of land lying & being on the head of Potomack Creek being the Moiety of 850 acres of land ...."|
|Po12-1-1-3||Joseph WAUGH was born about 1660 in Va. d 1 Apr 1726 in Stafford Co
m1 Rachel GOWRY only dau of John Gowry of Belle Plain)
|Po12-1-1-3-1||Joseph WAUGH was b about 1712 in Va. d 4 Sep 1747 Stafford
Co Va, see Will Book page 335 Stafford County, Va
m Million TRAVERS.
|-1-1 Gowry WAUGH was b about 1734 in Va d about 1783 in
m Lettitia TURBERVILLE b 1736 at Hickory Hill, Westmorland Co Va. dau of George TURBERVILLE and Martha LEE
-1-2 Joseph WAUGH II was born about 1736 in Va d in 1763
m Mary BRONOUGH Jan 1758.
-1-3 Travers WAUGH was b 24 Jan 1743 in Va d in 1765 in Va unm
|Po12-1-1-3-2||Elizabeth WAUGH b about 1714
m John GREGG 16 Oct 1737 in Spotsylvania Co Va.
|m2||m2 about 1716 Mary CROSBY b 28 Jun 1676 in Stafford Co Va d 14 Dec 1756 in Stafford Co. She m1 Peter MAUZY m2 Edward MOUNTJOY about 1709||George Crosby of Stafford Co Va|
|Po12-1-1-3-3||Mary WAUGH b about 1720 in Va. d about 1785 in Stafford
Co Va. lived near Belle Plaine, on the Potomac Creek.
m Alexander DONIPHAN 17 Jun 1740 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co Va.
Alfred Wilson Waugh
|Po12-1-1-4||John William Waugh b 1661 - 1716
m Martha Vandegasteel
|Po12-1-1-4-1||John Waugh b about 1703 in Stafford Co Va. d 17 Nov 1742 in Va He left a testament providing for 3 ch by Elizabeth MONK.||-1 John MONK
-2 Thomas MONK
-3 Prissilla MONK
|Po12-1-1-4-2||3b. Captain James WAUGH was born about 1705 in Stafford
Co Va d 9 May 1750
m 22 Aug 1740 Betty Brittingham FRENCH.
|-1 4a. John WAUGH b 20 Oct 1741 d in 1772 in Va -
received land in Stafford County, Va
m Jane MASSEY 22 Apr 1761.
-2 Sarah WAUGH b 27 May 1744 in Stafford Co Va
-3 Betty WAUGH b 26 Sep 1748 in Stafford Co Va
|Po12-1-1-4-3||3c. Thomas WAUGH b about 1707 in Va. d before 1733.|
|Po12-1-1-4-4||William Waugh b 1710 - 1748
m Margaret TYLER
|-4-1||John Tyler Waugh b 29 Feb 1739 d 1776
m1 Margaret Mauzey
m2 Mary Crump
|-4-1-1||John Waugh b about 1763 d 13 Oct Va
m1 unk m2 Sarah Hall
|-4-1-2||George Waugh b 1765 d 1858||-1 John Tyler Waugh b 1794 d 1848||-1-1 Powhaten Bonaparte Waugh b 1829 d 1895||-1-1-1 Alfred Wilson Waugh b 1866 d 1937||-1-1-1-1 John Wilson Waugh b 1900 d 1973, father of
Clifford Rolland Waugh b 1925 d 2000 father of
Patrisha Ann Waugh
|-4-2||Priscilla Waugh b 22 Oct 1741in Stafford Co Va d 1858
m Peter Mauzy son of Peter Mauzy and Elizabeth
|-4-3||William Waugh b about 1743in Pr William Co Va d|
|-4-4||Thomas Waugh b about 1748 in ?Pr William Co Va d|
|-4-5||Million Waugh b about 1750 in ?Pr William Co Va|
|Po12-1-1-5||Elizabeth WAUGH was born
about 1668 in Va. Elizabeth WAUGH
married George MASON son of Colonel George Mason. This George m1. Mary FOWKES daughter of Colonel Gerard FOWKES
m2. Elizabeth WAUGH daughter of John WAUGH and Elizabeth
m 3. Sarah FRENCH
|Po12-1-1-6||Ann WAUGH babout 1672 in Va.
m Giles TRAVERS
|Po12-1-1-7||Alexander WAUGH was born about 1674 in Va or England. Alexander married Catherine WEBB. Alexander d in Va in 1722|
|Po12-1-1-8||Richard WAUGH was born about 1676 mentioned in Register of Overwharton Parish. He was living in 1691. Richard is mentioned in a Record of Henry THOMPSON when he mentions the children of John WAUGH as being Richard, Alexander and Ann WAUGH. As he is not mentioned again, it may be possible that he died before his father John who died in 1706|
|Po12-1-1-5||David WAUGH was born about 1678 and died 1751-1753|
|Po12-1-2||?Elizabeth Martin, b about 1640
m Rev. John Waugh, her sister's widower.
|-1 Elizabeth Waugh b about 1675 d about 21 Jun 1707 m George Mason b betw 1654-70||-1-1 Catherine MASON b 21 Jun 1707 d 1750
m John MERCER b 6 FEB 1704 Ireland, Dublin d 14 OCT 1768 Stafford Co Va
|-1-1-1 Sarah Ann Mason Mercer b 21 Jun 1738 d 26 Jul 1806 Pr William Co Va m Samuel Selden
-1-1-1-1 Ann Mercer Selden b about 1762 Stafford Co m John Taliferro Brooke son of Richard Brooke b about 1732 and Ann Hay Taliaferro b 1731
-1-1-1-1-1 Samuel Selden Brooke b about 1798 d 15 Dec 1861
-1-1-1-1-2 Henry Laurens Brooke b 16 Jul 1808 m Sarah Virginia Tucker
-1-1-2 Mary Mercer b 23 Aug 1740 d 1 Sep 1764 m Daniel McCarty III
|Po12-1-3||Mary Martin b about 1692 (This date is too late to make
her the dau of the above Christian Pettus and John Martin. Either this couple had births 10 years
earlier or the above 10 years later or better both or there was an intermediate generation, perhaps a dau named after her mother,)
m Josiah Fugate b 1690 Baltimore Co Md will dated 18 Mar 1757. son of Peter Fugate b. 1650 France?, d. aft 1695 Baltimore Co MD m Frances Mould b. abt 1650 wife also shown as Jane Armelies Lawton
|-1 Ann Fugate b. abt 1716 d maybe Spotsylvania Co also shown as 3rd child
-2 FRANCIS FUGATE b WESTMORELAND CO VA. b 1716 WESTMORELAND CO VA d 1791 STAFFORD CO VA . STAFFORD WAS FORMED FROM WESTMORELAND m CYNTHEA GARRARD; ?Gerard b? d AFTER 1791 SETTLED AT MOCCASIN CREEK.
-2 John Zachariah Fugate b. abt 1720 King George Co VA, d. 1801 Washington Co VA m. Sarah Henley d 1801 WASH COUNTY VA. ANOTHER SOURCE SAYS d AUG 1786 WILKES CO NC. m1 ELEANOR MORGAN b about 1725 m2 SARAH HENSLEY (HENLEY).b 1720 WESTMORELAND CO VA
-3 JOSIAS JOSIAH FUGATE (CAPTAIN) B 1720 KING GEORGE CO: (KING GEORGE WAS NOT FORMED UNTIL 1721 SO PROBABLY WESTMORELAND) A MARINER. m1 1760 in Frederick Co ELIZABETH SMITHERS + 5 ch m2 widow of GEORGE BELCHER OF RUSSEL CO + 5 ch m3 Mary + 1 ch
-4...RANDOLPH FUGATE b 1722 KING GEORGE CO Va m MARYANN DEELWOOD 1735 d 1778 WASHINGTON CO VA. MARRIED: MARYANN DEELWOOD 1735 .ORANGE COUNTY Va ORANGE Co WAS FORMED IN 1734
-5...MARTIN FUGATE b 1725 KING GEORGE CO VA. d 29 JUN 1803 RUSSEL CO RUSSEL WAS FORMED IN 1786 FROM WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORY OF FREDERICK CO VA STATES MARTIN FUGATE WAS THERE IN 1755 DUNMORE COUNTY AT THAT TIME. SHENANDOAH CO, THEN DIVIDED AGAIN. EXEMPT FROM TAXATION LISTS IN 1789 NOTED MARTIN FUGATE. ESTATE WAS PROVEN 29 JUN 1803 RUSSEL COUNTY Va.
-6 x Fugate b about 1728
|-1-1 FRANCIS FUGATE JR b 1750 DIED 1825 FAQUIER CO VA
-1-2 GERRARD FUGATE
-1-3 JEREMIAH FUGATE
-1-4 B: 1754 STAFFORD CO VA DIED: 1 SEP 1847 ALEXANDRIA VA
-1-5 DANIEL FUGATE B 1760
-1-6 BENJAMIN FUGATE B 1762
-2-1 Benjamin Fugate b 1750 VA, d abt 1833 Perry Co KY m Hannah Devers 1778 Washington Co VA
-2-2 Zachariah Fugate b 1752 d. 1838 Russell Co VA
-2-3 Nancy Ann Fugate b 1754 Fauquier Co VA, d. 1823 Perry Co KY m. Samuel Haddix 1773, b abt 1750
-2-4 Colbert Fugate b abt 1756 d abt 1819 Russell Co VA
-2-5 Francis Fugate b abt 1758 d abt 1780 Washington Co VA
-2-6 Henley Fugate b abt 1760
-3-1 JOHN FUGATE
-3-3...RANDALL F. FUGATE
-3-4...SARAH MARTHA FUGATE
-3-5 MARYANN FUGATE B 1763 RUSSEL CO Va m GEORGE BELCHER 1795 RUSSELL CO.Va son of ISHAM E. BELCHER.
-3-9...WILLIAM C. FUGATE
-3-10..REUBEN FUGATE B: 1780 VA DIED: 13 JUN 1833
-4-1...JAMES FUGATE B: 1729 DIED AFTER 1792 m ANNE WILLIAMSON LISTED 1788 RUSSEL CO TAX LIST
-4-2... RANDOLPH FUGATE B 1734 DIED WYTHE COUNTY VA 1814 m CHARITY??? d 1773 ONE CHILD 2 3...JOSIAH FUGATE B 1740 ORANGE COUNTY VA DIED: 18 MARCH 1823 RALLS COUNTY MISSOURI> m ELIZABETH SMITHERS. 1760 FREDERICK CO VA(FREDERICK MADE FROM ORANGE) 2 4...RACHEL FUGATE B 1753 m WILLIAM ROSS
-5-1 FRANCIS FUGATE
-5-2...NANCY ANN FUGATE
-5-3...BENJAMIN FUGATE LISTED 1788 RUSSEL CO TAX LIST
-5-4...HENDLEY FUGATE LISTED 1788 RUSSEL CO TAX LIST
-5-5...ZACHARIAH FUGATE LISTED 1788 RUSSEL CO TAX LIST
-5-6 COLBERT FUGATE LISTED 1788 RUSSSEL CO TAX LIST
-5-7 WILLIAM FUGATE LISTED 1788 RUSSEL CO TAX LIST
-5-8 ANN FUGATE m SAMUEL HADDIX OF MOCCASSIN CREEK
-2-1-1 child b. abt 1779
-2-1-2 Frances Fugate b abt 1781 m William McIntosh Mar 1 1809 Clay Co KY, b abt 1780
-2-1-3 Henley Fugate b abt 1783 d 1838 m Rachel Croxdale b. abt 1780
-2-1-4 Martin Fugate b. 1783 Botetourt VA, d. 1839 KY m Mary - b. abt 1785
-2-1-5 Zachariah Fugate b abt 1785 d. abt 1805 m Phoebe - b abt 1790
-2-1-6 Charles D Fugate b 1787 Russell VA
-2-1-7 Katharine Fugate b 1793 VA, d. 1855 Breathitt Co KY m James McIntosh Sep 10 1813 Clay Co KY, b. abt 1790
-2-1-8 Eli Flint Fugate b abt 1795 Russell VA m. Mary Noble b. abt 1800
-2-1-9 Rachel Fugate b abt 1798 VA
-4-2-1 LISTED FRANCIS FUGATE listed 1788 RUSSEL CO TAX LIST
-5-6-1 ISAAC BEVERALY FUGATE B: 4 MAY 1804 MOCCASIN VALLEY RUSSEL CO VA ISAACS SON FERDINAND JOSEPH COLBERT FUGATE IS LISTED AS BEING IN TEXAS Co MISSOURI IN 1880'S. HOG CREEK AREA. 3 7...SARAH FUGATE MARRIED JAMES MCARTY (KILLED IN INDIAN RAID)
|Po12-2||daughter who married a Mr. Goldsby|
|?Po12-3||Robert Pettis, who lived in the same area and had a daughter named Rebecca, Robert is named in the will of Thomas Maddison as his godchild. Thomas Maddison is said to have been the son of Isaac Maddison, who lived for a while at the Patawomeck Village.||-1 Rebecca Pettis may have been the same Rebecca who was the first wife of John Meese, her cousin of Indian blood, and would explain why the later Mees/Mays family of Stafford County claimed a descent from Pocahontas.|
|?Po12||xx b about 1630 who married Wahanganoche see below. This marriage is the basis of the Patawomeck Tribe and its strong connection to the Pamunkey Indians.|
|m2||John Rolfe b Heacham, Norfolk, England as the son of John Rolfe and Dorothea Mason, and was baptized on May 6, 1585. Rolfe was one of a number of businessmen who saw the opportunity to undercut Spanish imports by growing tobacco in England's new colony at Jamestown, in Va. Rolfe had somehow obtained seeds to take with him from a special popular strain then being grown in Trinidad and South America, even though Spain had declared a penalty of death to anyone selling such seeds to a non-Spaniard. He married first Sarah Hacker, who embarkt for Virginia but died in Bermuda with their child, Bermuda. After finally settling in Virgina in 1610, although his first wife and child had died, Rolfe began his long-delayed work with tobacco. The native tobacco from Virginia was not liked by the English settlers, nor did it appeal to the market in England. However, Rolfe wanted to introduce sweeter strains from Trinidad, using the hard-to-obtain Spanish seeds he brought with him. In 1611, Rolfe is credited with being the first to commercially cultivate Nicotiana tabacum tobacco plants in North America; export of this sweeter tobacco beginning in 1612 helped turn the Virginia Colony into a profitable venture. Rolfe named his Virginia-grown strain of the tobacco "Orinoco". When Rolfe married Pocahontas, Powhatan gave the newlyweds property that included a small 20' x 40' brick house just across the James River from Jamestown. Pocahontas and John Rolfe never lived on the land, which spanned thousands of acres to the River. In 1619, Rolfe married Jane Pierce. They had a daughter, Elizabeth, in 1620. Elizabeth died in 1635 at the age of 15. John Rolfe, who had been living in or near Bermuda Hundred, died suddenly in 1622, but it is unknown in what manner.||
A photograph of the "Sedgeford Portrait," said to represent Pocahontas and her son, Thomas Rolfe.
|Po11-2||Thomas Rolfe, born at Smith's Plantation in Jamestown, Va. After growing up in England, on 13 September 1632 and in 1635 after Elizabeth's death Rolfe returned to Virginia, leaving his daughter with his cousin Anthony Rolfe. Rolfe became a powerful leader in the tribe his grandfather was the leader of, Powhatan. He served in the English military until 1675. In 1675, Rolfe died at the age of 59 or 60, and was survived by his wife and child.|
|m1||Elizabeth Washington, at St James's church, Clerkenwell, London. Elizabeth died shortly after Anne’s birth,|
|Po11-2-1||Anne Rolfe b 1633. In 1659, Anne Rolfe married Peter Elwin (1623-1695), of Thurning, Norfolk, England, and left descendants.|
|m2||During the time of Rolfe's leadership in the tribe, he met and married Jane Poythress.|
|Po11-2-2||His only child by his second wife, called Jane Rolfe, was born on October 10, 1650, d 1678 Kippax Plantation||.|
|m||in 1675 Colonel Robert Bolling b 26 DEC 1646 in London, son of John Bolling and Mary Carrie (?dau of Thomas Cary). He was born at Tower Street, All Hallows, Barking Parish, in London on 26 Dec 1646. His father John, was one of the Bollings of Bolling Hall, near Bradford, England. Robert's ancestry could be traced to Robert Bolling, Esquire, who died in 1485 and was buried in the family vault in the church of Bradford. According to Bolling family oral tradition, the original de Bolling family was Norman French, and came to Barking Parish with William the Conqueror. October 2, 1660, at the age of fourteen, Bolling arrived in the colony of Virginia.||In 1681, after his first wife died, Col. Bolling married
his second wife
Stith dau of John Drury Stith (son of Robert Stith b 1606 in Charles
City Co Va and Mary Townsend b ABT 1610) and Jane Moseby?/Gregory. They
had the following nine children together. He died on July 17, 1709, and
was buried on his plantation Kippax, in Prince George Co Va, where his
tomb still stands. However, in 1858, his remains were removed from Kippax
to the Bolling mausoleum at Blandford Cemetery in Petersburg Va erected
by his great grandson.
ch by Anne Stith b ABT 1665 in Charles City Co Va
-1 Robert Bolling b 25 JAN 1682/83 in Charles City Co Va m Anne Cocke b: ABT 1683 in Va
-2 Stith Bolling b 28 MAR 1686 in Charles City Co Va m Elizabeth Rogers b: ABT 1690
-3 Drury Bolling b 21 JUN 1695 m Elizabeth Meriwether b ABT 1698
-4 Agnes Bolling b 30 NOV 1700 in Charles City Co Va d 1762 m 1719 Richard Kennon b 1690 in Conjurer's Neck, Henrico Co., Virginia
-5? Jane Bolling
|-1-1 Mary Anne Bolling b 25 JAN 1707/08 in Pr George Co
Va m William Starke b ABT 1691 in Va +3
-1-2 Anne Bolling b 12 DEC 1713 in Prince George Co Va m 1730 John Hall b ABT 1710 in Scotland + 2 ch
-1-3 Lucy Bolling b 3 MAY 1719 in Va m 10 Jul 1738 Peter Randolph b: 20 OCT 1717 + 3 ch
-1-4 Jane Bolling b 1 APR 1722 in Va m Hugh Miller b 1722 in Scotland + 2 dau
-1-5 Martha Bolling b 17 NOV 1726 in Prince George Co Va m 1745 Richard Eppes b 1714 in Bermuda Hundred, Chesterfield Co Va -1 Francis Eppes b 1747
-1-6 Susannah Bolling b 16 JUL 1728 m Alexander Bolling see below
-1-7 Robert Bolling b 12 JUN 1730 d 24 Feb 1775 Bollingbrook Petersburg Va m Mary Marshall Tabb b 12 JUN 1737 in Amelia Co Va + 2 sons
?-1-8 Elizabeth Bolling m 1727/8 James Munford, d Amelia Co Va betw 16 Mar and 25 Apr 1754
-2-1 Alexander Bolling b 12 MAR 1720/21 m 23 Dec 1745 Susannah Bolling b 16 JUL 1728 dau of Robert Bolling b 25 JAN 1682/83 in Charles City Co., Va and Anne Cocke b ABT 1683 in Va and had -1-6-1 = -2-1-1 Robert Bolling b 24 Mar 1750 in Va
-3-1 Frances Bolling b 1724 in Va
-4-1 Robert Kennon b 14 APR 1725 in Conjurer's Neck, Henrico Co Va
-4-2 Martha Kennon b 17 OCT 1731 in Conjurer's Neck, Henrico Co Va
|Po11-2-2-1||John Bolling b 26 January 1676 d 20 APR 1729 in Henrico,
Va) and many Americans claim descent from Rolfe, He was an ancestor
to Edith Bolling Wilson, Nancy Reagan, and John McCain.
m 29 DEC 1697 Mary Kennon b ABT 1678 in Conjurer's Neck, Henrico Co Va
dau of Dr.
Richard Kennon , b ABT 1645 d 1695/6 and Elizabeth Worsham b 1656 in Chesterfield
Co Va. issue of the latter couple:
|-1 John Kennon Bolling b 20 JAN 1699/00 in Henrico, Va
m1 Elizabeth Lewis b ABT 1700 m2 1 Aug 1728 Elizabeth Blair b 20 JAN
1708/09 in Williamsburg, Va Member of House of Burgesses for 30 years
-2 Jane Bolling b ABT 1703 d 1767 m 1713 or 20 Richard Randolph b MAY 1689 in Henrico, Va
-3 Elizabeth Bolling b 1709 in 'Cobbs', Henrico, Va m1 James Munford b ABT 1702 m2 1730 in Henrico Dr William Gay b 1705
-4 Mary Bolling b 1711 in Va d 10 Aug 1744 Powhatan Co Va m John Fleming b NOV 1697 in New Kent Co Va
-5 Martha Bolling b 1713 in Henrico Va d 1749 Pr George Va m 1727 Thomas Eldridge b 1710 in Henrico Va son of Thomas Eldridge b 1680 in Henrico Va and Judith Kennon b 1692 in Conjurer's Neck, Henrico Co Va
-6 Anne Bolling b 1718 in 'Cobbs', Henrico Co Va d 1800 m 1742 James Murray b 1716 in Henrico, Va
|-1-1 Archibald Bolling b 1 JUN 1730 d y
-1-2 Gerrard Bolling b 3 JUN 1732 in Chesterfield Co Va d 1780 Fairfax Va m Martha Moxley b 1736
-1-3 Thomas Bolling , Honorable b 7 JUL 1735 in Henrico, Va m Elizabeth Gay b SEP 1738 in Henrico Co., Va
-1-4 John Bolling b 24 JUN 1737 in Va d 1800 m Mary Jefferson b 1 OCT 1741 in Va
-1-5 Col Robert Bolling b 17 AUG 1738 in Henrico Co Va d Jul 1775 m1 1763 Mary Burton b 1738 +2 ch m2 31 MAY 1765 Susanna Watson b ABT 1742 in Varina, Henrico Co Va +1 ch
-1-6 Mary Bolling b 16 JUL 1744 in Va m 1761 Richard Bland b 3 MAR 1730/31 in Prince George Co Va
-1-7 Archibald Bolling b 20 MAR 1749/50 in Chesterfield Co Va m1 Sarah Cary b 23 FEB 1753 in Va m2 Jane Randolph b 19 JUN 1755
-1-8 Anne Bolling b 7 FEB 1751/52 in Va m William Dandridge b 6 APR 1750 in Hanover Co Va
-2-1 Richard Randolph b 17 JAN 1724/25 in Henrico, Va m Anne 'Nancy' Meade b 1731 in Henrico Co Va
-2-2 Mary Randolph b 21 NOV 1727 m 1744 Archibald Cary b 24 JAN 1720/21 in Williamsburg, James City Co, Va son of Henry Cary b 1675 in Va (son of Henry Cary Ca9-3 b 1650 in Warwick, Va and Judith Lockey b ABT 1650 in Va grandson of Miles Cary b 30 JAN 1621/22 in Bristol, England and Anne Taylor b ABT 1621 in England) and Anne Edwards b 1679 in Va
-2-3 Brett Randolph b 4 SEP 1732 in Henrico Co Va d 1759 in England m 1753 Mary Scott b ABT 1735 in England
-2-4 John Randolph b 29 JAN 1741/42 in Henrico Co Va d 1775 in Va m 1769 Frances Bland b 24 SEP 1752 in Va dau of Theodoric Bland b 12 FEB 1717/18 in Prince George Co Va and Frances Bolling b 1724 in Va
-3-1 Susannah Munford b 29 MAR 1734 in Va m 7 Oct 1751 Buckner Stith b 1722 in Brunswick Co Va
-3-2 William Gay b ABT 1731 in Va m 20 Sep 1769 Frances Trent b ABT 1732 in Va
-3-3 Elizabeth Gay b SEP 1738 in Henrico Co., Va m Thomas Bolling , Honorable b 7 JUL 1735 in Henrico Va
-4-1 Hon William Fleming b 6 JUL 1736 in Va d 15 Feb 1825 Va m 1767 Elizabeth 'Betty' Champe b ABT 1736 in King George Co Va
-5-1 Thomas Eldridge b 1730 in Sussex Co., Va m Winifred Jones Miller b 22 MAY 1743 in Va
-5-2 Rolfe Eldridge b 29 DEC 1744 in Va m Susan Everard Walker b ABT 1755 in Va
-6-1 James Murray b 10 JUL 1743 m Martha Ward b ABT 1751 in Chesterfield Va
-6-2 Margaret Murray b 8 FEB 1746/47 in Va m Rev. Thomas Gordon b 1744
|1-2-1 Louisiana Bolling b ABT 1760
-1-3-1 William Bolling b 1757 in Va m 1798 Mary Randolph b 5 JUL 1775 in Henrico Co Va
-1-3-2 Elizabeth Bolling b 14 OCT 1758 in Henrico, Va m 1775 William Robertson b 5 FEB 1749/50 in Va +5 ch
-1-3-3 Rebecca Bolling b 19 AUG 1763 William Murray b 6 MAY 1752 +2 dau
-1-4-1 Mary Bolling Fleming b 1778 in Va d 1812 m Beverley Chew Stanard b ABT 1778 in Va + 2 sons
-1-5-1 Pocahontas Rebecca Bolling b 1763 m Joseph Cabell b 6 JAN 1762 in Buckingham Co Va
-1-5-2 Mary Burton Augusta Bolling b 30 APR 1764 in Prince George, Va m Robert Bolling b 3 MAR 1759 in "Bollingbrook," Petersburg, Va
-1-5-3 Linneaus Bolling b 1773 in 'Chellowe', Buckingham Co Va m 17 Dec 1793 Mary Markham b 31 DEC 1776 in Chesterfield Co Va
-1-5-3-1 Robert Bolling m 5 SEP 1821 Mary Hobson -1 Sarah Pocahontas Bolling b 1825 in Varina, Henrico Co Va m2 ABT 1845 Frances Peyton b1810 in Va
-1-5-3-1-2 Robert Bolling , Jr. b 1846 in Buckingham Co Va
-1-5-3-1-3 Susan Peyton Bolling b JUN 1851 in Buckingham Co Va
-1-5-3-2 Philip Archelous Bolling lawyer m1 ABT 1824 Mary Martha Eppes b 1810 in 'Mill Brook' Buckingham Co Va dau of John Wayles Eppes b 19 APR 1773 in Eppington, Chesterfield Co Va and Martha 'Patsy' Burke Jones b 1790 in NC m2 1868 Anna G Tappan b 1814 in New Hampshire
-1-5-3-3 Susannah Pocahontas Bolling
?-1-5-4 Elizabeth Blair Bolling m Thomas West
-1-5-4-1 Elizabeth Bolling West m Joel Walker Flood
-1-5-4-1-1 Henry De La Warr Flood m Mary Elizabeth Trent
-1-5-4-1-1-1 Joel Walker Flood m Ella Faulkner
-1-5-4-1-1-1-1 Eleanor Bolling Flood m. Richard Evelyn Byrd
-1-5-4-1-1-1-1-1 Harry Flood Byrd b 1887 d 1966 US Senator, Gov of Va
-1-6-1 Richard Bland b 23 JUL 1762 in Prince George Co., Va
-1-6-2 Elizabeth Blair Bland b 24 MAR 1770 m 1787 William Poythress b 1765 in Va -1 Elizabeth
-1-7-1 Anne Everard Bolling b ABT 1779 in Va m 1797 Samuel Sheppard Duvall b ABT 1775 in Henrico Co + 2 sons
-1-7-2 Elizabeth Meade Bolling b 1780 m 1801 Archibald Robertson b 16 APR 1776 in Henrico Co., Va -1 Va
-1-7-3 Blair Bolling b 1792
-1-8-1 Nathaniel West Dandridge b 14 JAN 1771 in Hanover Co Va
-1-8-2 William Alexander Dandridge b 30 AUG 1772 in Hanover Co Va m Joanna Stith b about 1778
-1-8-3 Jane Butler Dandridge b 1783 in Hanover Co., Va
-2-1-1 Richard Randolph b 31 MAR 1757 in Curles Plantation, Henrico Co Va
-2-1-2 David Meade Randolph b 14 MAR 1759 in Henrico Co Va
-2-1-3 Mary Randolph b 5 JUL 1775 in Henrico Co Va m William Bolling b: 1757 in Va +4 Ch
-2-1-4 Brett Randolph b 20 JUL 1766 in Henrico Va
-2-1-5 Jane Randolph b 19 JUN 1755 m 1774 Archibald Bolling b 20 MAR 1749/50 in Chesterfield Co Va +3 ch
-2-1-6 Elizabeth 'Betty' Randolph b 8 MAR 1768 in Henrico Co., Va m David Meade b 10 JAN 1768 in Va -1 John
-2-2-1 Anne Cary b 7 FEB 1745/46 in Chesterfield Co Va m 1761 Thomas Mann Randolph b 1741 in "Tuckahoe, " Goochland, VA +10 ch
-2-2-1-1 John Randolph m Judith Lewis
-2-2-1-1-1 William Mann Randolph m Margaret Smith Randolph
-2-2-1-1-1-1 William Mann Randolph m Mary Walker Randolph
-2-2-1-1-1-1-1 Sarah Nicholas Randolph m Lucian King Truscott Jr
-2-2-1-2 Thomas Mann Randolph m Martha Jefferson
-2-2-1-2-1 Thomas Jefferson Randolph m Jane Hollis Nicholas
-2-2-2 Jane Cary b 12 FEB 1750/51 in Va m 1768 Thomas Isham Randolph b 1722 in Va + 3 ch
-2-2-3 Sarah Cary b 23 FEB 1753 in Va d Oct 1773 m 1770 Archibald Bolling b 20 MAR 1749/50 in Chesterfield Co Va
-2-2-4 Mary Cary b 4 DEC 1766 d 1797 m 1783 Carter Page b 1758 in Va +3 ch
-2-3-1 Susan Randolph b 1756 in England d 1851 Norfolk Va m Charles Douglass , Dr. b 1 OCT 1752 in Scotland + Susan
-2-3-2 Henry Randolph b 10 JUL 1758 in England
-2-4-1 Richard Randolph b 9 MAR 1770 in Va
-2-4-2 Theodorick Randolph b 22 JAN 1771 in Via
-2-4-3 John Randolph b 2 JUN 1773 in Va d 1833 US Senator
-3-1-1 Robert Stith b 1752 in Brunswick Co Va
-3-1-2 Griffin Stith b 24 AUG 1753 in Brunswick Co Va
-3-1-3 John Stith b 24 MAR 1755 in Brunswick Co Va
-3-1-4 Susanna Stith b ABT 1757 in Brunswick Co Va
-3-1-5 Buckner Stith b ABT 1759 in Brunswick Co Va
-3-2-1 Elizabeth Gay b 20 AUG 1773 in Cumberland Co Va m Peter Efford Bentley b NOV 1759 in Amelia Co Va + 2 sons
-3-3-... see above -1-3-1/2/3
-4-1-1 Mary Bolling Fleming b 1778 in Va d 1812 m 6 Feb 1798 Beverley Chew Stanard b ABT 1778 in Va +2 sons
-5-1-1 Winifred Jones Eldridge b 20 FEB 1776 in Goochland Co., Va
-6-1-1 Mary Murray b ABT 1778
-6-2-1 Anne 'Nancy' Gordon b 13 JUL 1776 in Halifax Co Va
Jane Bolling b ABT 1677 in Kippax plantation, Va
d 24 AUG 1714 in Gloucester Co., Va (not found listed as a child
of Robert Bolling and Jane Rolfe and may not be their daughter.)
m James Clack b 1658 in Wiltshire, England
|-1 James Clack b 1698 in Ware, Gloucester Co., Va
d 29 JUN 1757 in Brunswick Co., Va
m Mary Sterling b ABT 1702 in Glouchester Co., Va
|-1-1 Jane Clack b 9 JAN 1718/19 in Va m William
Thornton b ABT 1722 in Va
-1-2 Mary Clack b 1728 in Va m 6 SEP 1751 Robert Ruffin b 1724 in King William Co Va
|-1-1-1 Francis Thornton b 22 JAN 1744/45 in Brunswick
Co Va m Lucy I Ligon b ABT 1756 in Gloucester Co., Va
and had James Thornton b ABT 1770 in Gloucester Co Va
-1-2-1 James Sterling Clack Ruffin b ABT 1767 in King William Co Va m Alice Roane b 1768
|-1-1-1-1 James Thornton b ABT 1770 in Gloucester Co d in Woodford Ky m Sarah Bayly Hawkins b about 1777
-1-1-1-1-1 Emma L. Thornton b: ABT 1810 in Woodford Ky d aft 1860 in Woodford m Thomas Waller b: ABT 1806 in Kentucky
-1-2-1-1 Thomas Ruffin , Chief Justice b 16 NOV 1787 in King and Queen Co Va m 7 Dec 1809 Anne 'Annie' M. Kirkland b: 21 MAY 1794 in NC
-1-2-1-1-1 Jane M Ruffin b about 1830 in NC m about 1861 Edmund Ruffin b 31 AUG 1814 in Williamsburg, Va son of Edmund Ruffin b: 1794 in Prince George Co., Virginia and Susan H. Travis b 4 MAR 1793 in Williamsburg
-1-2-1-1-1-1 Edmund Ruffin b FEB 1862 in Hanover Co., Va
-1-2-1-1-1-2 Julian Beverly Ruffin b MAY 1867 in Va
|Po15-2||Opitchapam officially became Chief Powatan upon the death of his elder brother, Wahunsunacock, in 1618; however, the regime now effectively belonged to Opechancanough, the youngest brother.||.|
1649 Chief of the Youghtanund Tribe. By starting the Indian Massacre of
1622, and attacks in 1644, he attempted to force the English from Va.
These attempts met with strong reprisals from the English, ultimately resulting
in the near destruction of the tribe.
Po15-4 Princess x had son Totopotomoi d 1656 He was killed in a battle in which he fought on the side of the English against another Indian tribe called "Rickaheckrins" by the English.
|Po15-3-1Cockacoeskie (also spelled Cockacoeske) (ca. 1640 - ca. 1686) was born ca. 1640, on Pamunkey Neck between the Pamunkey and Mattaponi rivers. In 1656 after her husband Totopotomoi's death, Cockacoeske became the leader of the Pamunkey Tribe and as Weroansqua, led her people for 30 years. She worked within the English system to attempt a paramount chiefdom of tribal groups under her leadership, and was the first signatory of the Articles of Peace in 1677 after Bacon's Rebellion. The English colonists called her the Queen of Pamunckey. Over the thirty-year span of her reign, she worked within the English system to recapture the former power of past paramount chiefs and maintain a peaceful unity among the several tribes under her control. By maintaining a diplomatic relationship with the English, she helped her people survive. After the death of her first husband Totopotomoi, Queen Cockacoeske "kept company" with the English Colonel John West, who had a plantation on the Pamunkey River. He was the son of colonial Governor John West (1635-1637), the namesake of the town of West Point, Virginia. He was also a nephew of Thomas West, 2nd Baron de la Warr. Succeeded by Betty her niece who ruled from 1686 to ca 1708||
Cockacoeske and West had at least one child, a son named John West. At age 20, John West accompanied his mother to act as interpreter at meetings to end Bacon's Rebellion, and helped conclude the treaty with the English. John West also signed the treaty.
Cockacoeske's husband/partner West was first married to Unity Croshaw, an independent-minded woman who left him because of his adultery. They also had a son John West III. Among the West-Croshaw descendants were the Dandridges, related to George Washington's wife Martha.
|Ja13-1||Great King of Patawomeck b about 1578 his death likely occurred on 22 May 1623 at the famous Poison Plot, in which Dr. John Pott prepared a poison punch that killed over 200 Indians at Patawomeck, including many chiefs.||.|
|Ja13||I-oppasus or Japasaw, Chief Passapatanzy/demi Chief of the Patawomeck
Indian Tribe b about 1580 d 1622.
The legend that he was the half brother of Wahunsenacawh and Opechancanough is probably incorrect. If Japasaw was not the brother of Opitchipam and Cief Powhatan, his own brother, the Great King of Patawomeck, was not their brother by blood but was their brother by marriage to their eldest sister and father of Powhatan’s favorite wife, Winganuske.
m1 x dau of Powhatan possibly called Cahoke or Kaokee
m2 his niece or half niece
|m2||Paupauwiske had a son about 1610||.|
|m2||Ontonah b about 1585, ?daughter of Chief Powatan and Winganuske, mother of Pocahontas||.|
|Ja12||Wahanganoche alias Whipsewasson b about 1600 (first cousin to Pocahontas) Wahanganoche is believed to have also been the young King of Patawomeck when Father Andrew White visited in March of 1634. Since he was still under age at that time, he had a guardian named Archihu, who was his uncle. Since Archihu had not inherited the kingship, he was evidently an uncle by marriage to a deceased sister of Wahanganoche’s mother of the royal blood.||.|
|m||probably Mary x Po12 b about 1625 dau of||Ka-Okee Po13, b about 1609/10, daughter of||PocahontasPo14 and Kocoum.||.|
|Ja11||Keziah Arroyah b about 1640
m Richard / Thomas Bryant b 1 Jun 1615 Bitton Gloucester Engl d 14 Feb Isle of Wight Va son of
|. Edward Bryant b about 1590 Denbigh Wales
m Ann Butler b 21 jan 1593 in Woodhall Watton
|Br10-1||Dr. Richard Bryant, Jr. b about 1651 Weestmoreland Va d 15 May 1704 Stafford Va||.|
|m||abt.1680 Anne Meese widow Redman, see Ja11-2-1 below dau of Henry Meese, whose first wife, Mary, is also believed to have been a daughter of Chief Wahanganoche, whether a royal mother or not requires mitochondrial confirmation||.|
|?Br10-1-1||Dr. Richard Bryan(t) b about 1656 d 1749, King George Co., VA)
m2 Lucy Doniphan (see Doniphan pedigree below) no issue
|m1||Frances Seth Anderson b about 1695 South River Pr George Md d there ?1748, also of Indian blood of the royal line of the Pamunkey Tribe, who was also his cousin through the Patawomecks||Matthew Anderson b 1660/3 in New Kent VA d 1716 in Hanover Co
m x b about 1655 Stafford Va d there, dau of:
|Totopotomoi b about 1625 d 1656 Va. He became leader of the Pamunkey tribe in 1649 The English colonists had become concerned over the recent settlement nearby of the Rickohockans along the falls of the James River. They called upon Totopotomoy to assist in removing the Rickohockans. An English force led by Col. Edward Hill along with Totopotomoy and his men fought the Rickohockans in 1656. Totopotomoy and many of his men were killed, and the event became known as the Battle of Bloody Run. The Council of Virginia later censured Hill for his lack of leadership.
m Cockacoeskie b 1620 Pamunkey or York River area Va d 1677 New Kent Va she m2 John West b 1632 d 1691 and had John West b after 1657 Pamunkey Vy d 1717 Va
|Br10-1-1-1||Margaret Bryant b about
m about 1744 to Samuel Owens b 1725 Va d 1766 King George Va
|Br10-1-1-1-1||Leah Owens b about 1746
m 23 Aug 1763 James MONTEITH ?Menteith
|?Sir James Menteith, later Dalyell, 3rd Bart of The Binns b c1690, d 28.02.1747
m Helen Campbell dau of Robert Campbell of Netherplace
|Br10-1-1-1-1||Enos MONTEITH=MANTOOTH The Monteith book includes a discussion on the Ashton lineage of England of the Elkins family. Ralph Elkins' wife was a sister of Col. Peter Ashton, who, along with Henry Meese, was a favorite of Chief Wahanganoche. m=1792 VA, King-George-Co to Eleanor "Ellen" Thorn REDMAN=REDMON(D)||-1 Eleanor "Ellen" Thorn MONTEITH
m=abt.1836 to Gustavus "Gusty" NEWTON b abt. 1805 VA,Stafford
|-1-1 Albion?Alvin NEWTON m 1876/01/20 Silvestra SULLIVAN||-1-1-1 Broady=Brodie NEWTON m=1907/02/27 to Nellie JONES
-1-1-1-1 Patrick NEWTON m 1939/08/19 VA,Fredericksburg Evelyn M. SMITH (of Cherokee descent)
-1-1-1-1-1 (Carson) Wayne NEWTON Las Vegas entertainer b 1942/04/03 VA, Roanoke (but grew up in AZ, Phoenix where they moved because of his asthma) m1 1968 to Elaine OKAMURA (an airline stewardess)
-1-1-1-1-1-1 dau Erin NEWTON b 1976-1977, interior designer
m2=1994/04/09 to Kathleen "Kat" McCRONE (an attorney)
-1-1-1-1-1-2 dau Lauren Ashley NEWTON b 2002/04/29 via surrogate mother
|Br10-1-1-1-5||Vashty Owens b 1751 Va d 1781 Va
m Samuel Owens b 1755 Fauquier Co Va d 1801 King George Va
|-1 Ruben Owens b 1788 Va d Dec 1822 King George Va
-2 William Owens b 1780 Va d Jul 1827 King George Va
|Br10-1-1-1-6||Lucinda Owens b 12 Jan 1755 King George Va d 11 Aug 1823 Marietta ohio||.|
|Br10-1-1-1-7||Seth Owens b 1760 Va||.|
|Br10-1-1-1-8||Ephraim Owens b 17 Jun 1764 Va d 1802 Fauquier Co Va|
|Br10-1-1-2|| Rosanna Bryant b ABT 1709 in Stafford d 1784 Louisa Va
m Adam Banks b 1703 Stafford Va d 1753 Orange Co Va
|-1 Gerard Banks b 1725 King George Va d 15 Jun 1787 Green Bank Stafford Va
-2 William Banks b 1729 King George Va d there 1768
-3 Diana Banks b 1732 Orange Co Va d there 1770 m Charles Bruce b 1732 Soldiers Rest Orange Co va d 12 Dec 1791 Green Bank Stafford Va
|Br10-1-1-3||Anderson Bryant b ABT 1712 in Stafford d after 1765 Va
m Barbara Amherst b 1714 Va d 1801 Va
|-1 Richard Bryan b 1730 d 1752 m Frances Battaley b 1729 Va
-2 Joseph Bryan b 1740
-3 William Bryan b 1742 Va
-4 Reuben Bryan b 1744 Loudon Co Va
-5 Anderson Bryan b 1746 Loudon Co Va d 1700 Amherst Va m Ann Bell b about 1755 d 3 Feb 1791 Amherst
-6 John Bryan b 1748
|-5-1 Elizabeth Bryan m
-5-2 Nancy Bryan m Henry Weaver
-5-3 Payton Bryan
-5-4 Sally Bryan m John David McKesson b 1760
-5-5 Fortunatus Bryan b 1776 d 1821 m1 Anna Ball m2 Elizabeth Dupont b 1779 d 1811 dau of Josiah Dupont and Anna
-5-5-1 Josiah D Bryan b 8 Mar 1806 Barnwell Distr NC d 3 Mar 1843 m Margaret Ann Singleton b 7 Dec 1809 ? Charleston SC d 11 Jan 1892 Pottsville TX
-5-5-2 Anderson C Bryan b 1808 SC d after 1850 m Caroline x
-5-6 Anderson Bryan b 1778 Albemarle Va m Nancy Benge b 1771 Wilkes NC d Aug 1828 Winchester Tn
-5-6-1 Payton Bryant b 1793 Wilkes Co NC d ther 1794
-5-6-2 Elizabeth Bryant b 1795 Wilke Co NC
-5-6-3 Payton Bryan b about 1804
-5-6-4 Elizabeth Bryan b 1806
|-5-5-1-1 Tina Bryan b about 1833 SC d after 1840 AL
-5-5-1-2 Fortunatus William Bryan b 10 May 1833 SC d 1 May 1924 Pottsville TX
-5-5-1-3 Elizabeth Ann Bryan b 13 Jan 1835 SC d 22 Nov 1918 Bowle TX
-5-5-1-4 Della Bryan b about 1837 d after 1840
-5-5-1-5 Henry Singleton Bryan b 10 Dec 1840 Coosa Co AL d Oct 1880 Murfreeborough Miss
-5-6-3-1 Joseph J Bryan b 1832 Barnwell SC
-5-6-3-2 Maria Bryan b 1833
-5-6-3-3 Sarah Bryan b 1840
-5-6-3-4 Anne Bryan b 1844
-5-6-3-5 Catherine Bryan b 1845
|Br10-1-1-4||Jane Bryant b ABT 1715 in Stafford|
|Br10-1-1-5||Lettice Bryant b ABT 1718 in Stafford
m ABT 1730 in Stafford Thomas Stanton b ABT 1707 in Orange Co VA d1768 NC
|-1 Richard Stanton birth b ABT 1740 in Fort Blakermore d 1783 Washington Va m ABT 1760 Charity b ABT 1744 in ,,VA
-2 Seth Stanton b 1730 Orange Co Va d 1824 Pulaski Co Ky
-3 Mary Stanton b 1740 Culpeper Va d 1800 Wythe Va
-4 William Stanton b 8 May 1763 Orange Co Va d Anderson SC
|-1-1 Mary Stanton birth b ABT 1761 m about 1778 Charles Carter b DEC 1760 in Amherst Va + 7ch Milly Stanton birth b ABT 1763 m ABT 1798 Charles Carter b DEC 1760 in Amherst Va son of Charles Carter b ABT 1710/12 in Lancaster, VA and Lucy Morgan b ABT 1714||-1-1 Charles Carter b ABT 1778 in TN
-1-2 Nancy Carter b 17 NOV 1779 in Jackson, TN
-1-3 James Carter b 25 OCT 1781 in TN
-1-4 Lucy Carter b ABT 1784 in TN
-1-5 Stanton Carter b 22 FEB 1785 in Knoxville,Knox,TN
-1-6 Betsy Carter b ABT 1786 in Of,,TN
-1-7 Polly Carter b ABT 1788 in Greene TN
|-1-2-1 Dale Carter b 1798 in TN
-1-2-2 Richard Carter b 1802 in TN
-1-2-3 Henry Carter b ABT 1813 in TN
-1-2-4 Leroy Carter b 1819 in TN
|Br10-1-1-6||Ann Bryant b ABT 1720 in Stafford d 1765
m y Kenny
|Br10-1-1-7||Susannah Bryant birth b ABT 1724 in Stafford d 1784 Louisa Va
m y Haynie
|Br10-1-1-8||Richard Bryant b ABT 1725 in Stafford d 1752/6 in Fauquier Co
m 1748 Frances Battaley b 1729 Va
|-1 Battaley Bryan d 1810 Rowna NC
-2 Lewis Bryan d 1801
-3 Anna Bryan b 3 Jun 1755 Fauquier Co Va d 1800 Rowan NC
-4 Lucy Bryan b 1780 Ky d Sep 1845 Barren Ky
|Br10-1-1-9||Nathaniel Bryant b ABT 1727 in Stafford||.|
|Br10-1-2 = Ja11-2-1-1||Elizabeth Bryant b about 1668/9 in Stafford Co Va d 1757
m before 1690 1-1-ii Richard Elkins b 1669 d 1726 in King George Co. Va and Mary Ashton. Probably the son of the Richard named in the will dated 1673 as godson of John Ashton below
|1-1-i. Ralph Elkins b. 1665, Stafford Co, Va.
1-1-i-1 Nathaniel Elkins
1-1-ii. Richard Elkins, b. 1669 d. 1726. m1 Mary Williams m2 about 1697 Elizabet Bryant, see left
1-1-ii-1 James Elkins b about 1695 d 1717
1-1-iii. Nathaniel Elkins, m. Rebecca.
1-1-iv. John Elkins, m Elizabeth.
1-1-v. Elizabeth Elkins, d 1752, Barbados.
|1-1 Ralph Elkins b 1639 Engl d 1690 Stafford Co Va immig. to Va in 1657 and then returned to England and then came back
to Virginia in 1661 to York Co., Va., and with his sons Richard and Ralph, Jr. became the founders of the Elkins family in Va
m Anne Ashton dau of James Ashton d 1686 in Stafford Co
|1 John Elkins b about 1610 Engl|
|Br10-1-2 = Ja11-2-1-1||
-1 Richard Elkins b about 1697, d 1 May 1751 m about 1722 Mary Gallop Ga8-3 in 1710
-2 Ralph Elkins b 1700 Stafford Va m Frances Brown dau of Maxfield Brown
-3 William Elkins b 1703 d 1780 m Martha
-4 John Elkins was born on 09 Nov 1703 in Stafford, Stafford, Va d 1782 in Fred, Frederick, Va m Helen Schofield.
-5 Sarah Dorothy Elkins b 1706 King George, Va d there 13 Oct 1761 m there 15 May 1726 William Stringfellow [proof needed that she was dau of Richard and Elizabeth Elkins.]
-6 Nathaniel Elkins b 1707 in Stafford, Stafford, Va d 1797 m Rebecca.
-7 Elizabeth Elkins b 1709 in Stafford Va
-8 Priscilla Elkins b 1709 in St Pauls Par, Stafford, Va d 1772 in Falls Church, Fairfax, Va m Col. Benjamin Sebastian, b 1706 in St. Pauls Parish, Stafford Co,
-9 Margaret Elkins b 1711 in Stafford Va m 21 Jan 1727 Jarrett Stevens in Kg Geoge Co
-10 Jean Elkins b 1713 in Stafford, Stafford, Va m Bartholomew Redman
-11 Col James Elkins b about 1717 in Stafford Co served in French and Indian War and Col in Revolution m Catherine
-1-1 William Gallop Elkins, b Abt. 1733.
-1-2 Archibald Elkins, b Abt. 1735 in Stafford Co Va; d August 18, 1791 in Montgomery Co Va.
-1-3 Zachariah Elkins, b Abt. 1737 m Rachel Ann Smith.
-1-4 Benjamin Elkins, b Abt. 1739.
-1-5 Jeremiah Elkins, b Abt. 1741.
-1-6 Emanuel Elkins, b Abt. 1745.
-1-7 Ware Elkins, b Abt. 1747.
-1-8 Elizabeth Elkins, b Abt. 1749.
-2-1 Nathaniel Elkins
-4-1 Rev. Robert Elkins m Sarah Reardon
-5-1 William Stringfellow was born in 1729 in , King George, Va d 18 Mar 1814 in Barnwell, SC
-5-2 Henry Stringfellow b 9 Aug 1731 King George, Via d 20 Feb 1815 in Bromfield, Culpepper, Va
-5-3 James Stringfellow b 24 Nov 1734 King George, Va m Susannah Smith about 1755 in Orange County, Va. He died on 05 Dec 1805 in , Culpepper, Virginia, USA.
-5-4 Robert Stringfellow b 17 Sep 1736 in King George Co Va m Catherine Stigler on 15 May 1762 in St Pauls Parish, Stafford, Virginia, USA. He died on 13 Feb 1815 in Liberty Hill, Fauquier, Virginia, USA.
-5-5 John Stringfellow b 04 Sep 1740 King George, Va, USA.
-5-6 Reuben Stringfellow b 21 Apr 1744 in , King George, Va d in 1770 King George, Va
-5-?7 dau Stringfellow b 21 Apr 1738
-11-1 James Elkins b 16 Apr 1755 in Henry Co, VA d 6 Jun 1836 in Log Lick, Clark Co, KY. He served in the military Rev. War. James Elkins was a sergeant and Indian spy during the Revolutionary War. Henry Co, VA, was known earlier as Halifax m 23 Sep 1782 Martha JACKSON in Washington Co, VA
|-1-2-1 Mary Elkins b about 1771 in Montgomery Co Va
-1-2-2 Lydea Elkins b about 1775 in Montgomery Co
-1-2-3 John Elkins b about 1777 in Montgomery
-1-2-4 David Elkins b about 1778 in Mongomery
-1-2-5 Elizabeth Elkins b about 1779 in Montgomery
-1-2-6 Absalom Elkins b 6 Nov 1781 in Montgomery d 20 Nov 1880 in Logan Co WVa m Mary Dobbins b about 1795
-4-1-1 Zachariah Elkins b 3 Jun 1767 in Clark Co Ky m
-11-1-1 Katherine ELKINS b 2 Jun 1784 Clark Co Ky d 18 Dec 1824 m 24 Sep 1801 Francis White,
-11-1-2 Mary (Polly) ELKINS b 23 Feb 1799 in Clark Co Ky m 26 Mar 1823 James Crow
-11-1-3 Dorcas ELKINS b 20 Jun 1788/9 in Estill Co Ky m 10 Sep 1810 John Houk Jr
-11-1-4 Martha (Patsy) ELKINS b 9 Sep 1791 in Clark Co Ky m 8 Feb 1810 Bradley Richards
-11-1-5 Jean\Jane ELKINS b 15 Jan in Clark Co Ky m Sep 1818 William Barnes
-11-1-6 Rhoda ELKINS b 7 Mar 1796 Clark Co Ky m 14 Jun 1819 John Crow
-11-1-7 Nancy ELKINS b 23 Feb 1799 in Clark Co Ky m 26 Mar 1823 James Crow
-11-1-8 James ELKINS Jr b 19 May 1801 in Clark Co d there 27 Aug 1877 m Dec 1822 Lucinda Osbourne
-11-1-9 Zachariah ELKINS b 12 Oct 18o3 m 5 Dec 1822 Ann Stokeley
-11-1-10 William ELKINS b 30 Oct 1805 d 6 Nov 1806
-11-1-11 Sabrina (Sibbe) ELKINS b 11 Aug 1808 in Clark Co Ky m 12 Feb 1835 Jesse Richardson
-11-1-12 Elizabeth ELKINS b 17 Apr 1811 Clark Co Ky m 14 Dec 1832 Robert Crow.
|-1-2-6-1 Mahala Elkins b about 1814 m Elijah Trent b about
1809 had 11 ch
-1-2-6-2 Thomas William Elkins b about 1818 in Va m in Logan Virginia Brown dau of James Brown and Mary Vance (s Po6-4 and Po6-9 below) b Apr 1825 in Logan d 1863 Wyoming Co WVa had 13 ch
-1-2-6-3 Harvey G Elkins b about 1820 m Anna had 11 ch
-1-2-6-4 William C Elkins b about 1823 m Mariah Jane Canterbury dau of Samuel C and Mary
-1-2-6-5 Margaret Elkins b about 1825 m Edward Mason b about 1803 in Ohio had 12 ch
-1-2-6-6 Uriah Watson Elkins b about 1825 m Mary Ann had 8 ch
-1-2-6-7 Frances Elkins b about 1827 m Micajah Mitchell b about 1803 son of Archelaus Mitchell and Spicy Goodwin had 6 ch
-1-2-6-8 Isaiah Elkins b about 1829
-1-2-6-9 Richard Elkins b about 1832
-1-2-6-10 Charles R Elkins b about 1834 m 8 Dec 1859 Delphia Grimmett
-4-1-1-1 Ezekiel Elkin b about 1800
-11-1-3-1 Tabitha Ann Dorcas HOUK m1 21 Jan 1839 Jesse W Toler + 9 ch m2 Richard Hudson in Sullivan Co Ind + 1 ch
-11-1-3-2 Edward HOUK
-11-1-3-3 John HOUK II m Catherine Falconberry and had John Houk III.
-11-1-8-1 William Perry ELKINS
-11-1-8-2 James Mickeboro ELKINS
-11-1-8-3 Luvicy Bowen ELKINS b 17 Jun 1828 in Clark Co d there 21 Aug 1893
-11-1-8-4 Thomas Boone ELKINS
-11-1-8-5 Martha Keziah ELKINS b 11 Sep 1833 Clark Co d there 10 Mar 1887
-11-1-8-6 Benjamin Chilton ELKINS
-11-1-8-7 Zachariah Fielding ELKINS
-11-1-8-8 John D. ELKINS
-11-1-8-9 Solomon Columbus ELKINS
-11-1-8-10 Silas Allen ELKINS
-11-1-8-11 Josephine Cinderella ELKINS b 4 Feb 1846 d 3 Mar 1889
-1-2-6-4-1 James Harrison Elkins b 1846
-1-2-6-5-x Miram Alice Mason m Joseph Ronk
-1-2-6-5-x-x Leatie Ronk m Ed Edwards
-1-2-6-5-x-x-x Yenema Edwards b 1911 Cabell WV m John Erwin
-1-2-6-5-x-x-x-x Melva Erwin
-1-2-6-5-x-x-x-x-x Sharon Parsons
|Br10-1-3||Nathaniel Bryant b about 1670 m||.|
|Br10-1-4||Silent Bryant, b about 1672 (a daughter named after her uncle)||.||.|
|Br10-2||Thomas Bryant b 16?53/62 d 1705
m Eleanor x, probably his Indian servant of that name, and had issue
Bryant b about 16?55/64 d after 1690 Stafford Va m2 William Burton (no known children).
m1 about 1672 Thomas Foley b before 1650 and had 5 children. listed as purchasing land from William Heabeard of Stafford Co Va on April 14, 1679
|Of the 24 Foley lines found at ysearch.org most were much later immigrants, but all of these except one from Ireland with one naming Tipperary Co. The exception was a Thomas Foley b 1669 ysearch.org/AVVW8 seems from later generations to have been in or near Liverpool and hence on the Ulster side of England.|
|Br10-3-1||Bryan(t) Foley b about 1673 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford
of land grant with his cousin's
husband, Robert Gallop see below. MILITARY: Safford County, Va., ca. 1701/2: . . . Troop of Horse of Capt. George Anderson . . Bryan Foley: VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA, 1651-1776, page 220; from the Allen County, Library, Ft. Wayne, IN
m before 1708 in Overwharton Parish Mary Jones b about 1675 dau of
m Ann Matthews
|Br10-3-1-1||x Foley b about 1692
m John Courtney
|Br10-3-1-1-1||John Courtney Jr b about 1743
m Mary Dozier
|Br10-3-1-1-2?||?possibly the James Courtney b about 1745 m Sarah O'Bannon b 1745 d after 1773||John O'BANNON (1710 Fauquier Co, VA - 1774 Fauquier Co,
Sarah BARBEE Ba8-1 1712 Stafford Co, VA - 1806 Fauquier Co, Va.
|Thomas BARBEE Ba9 b 1690 Overwharton Parish Stafford Co,
VA - 1752 Stafford Co, VA
m Margaret WILLIAMS b 1694 Stafford Co, VA .
|Br10-3-1-1-3||William Francis Courtney
m Mary Barbee Ba8-8 b 1727
|Thomas Barbee Ba9 b 1694 in Stafford Co Va and Margaret Williams b 1694 in Stafford Co||Andrew Barbee
m Sarah E Mason b about 1676
|John COURTNEY (10 Nov 1745 - )||.|
|Elizabeth COURTNEY (1 Jan 1747/1748 - )||.|
|Francis Courtney b about 1745 d 1789 in Fauquier Co Va||.|
|Elzay Courtney b about 1770 indentured to Angus Cameron
to compensated poor allowance received by father Francis
m 1806 Sarah Haley in Fauquier Co
|John Haley Jr
|James Jett and Elizabeth ?Rogers|
|?William Francis Courtney b after 1806||.|
Margaret Mildred (Peggy) Courtney b 1811
|Ba8-7-3-1-2||Margaret Mildred (Peggy) Courtney b 1811 in Fleming Co.,
KY. d 1902 in Fleming Co.
m James Lindsay Caywood in 1831 in Fleming Co.
|Ba8-7-3-1-2-1||Thomas Austin Caywood||.|
|Ba8-7-3-1-2-2||2. Elizabeth C. Caywood||.|
|Ba8-7-3-1-2-3||Mason Lindsay Caywood||.|
|Ba8-7-3-1-2-4||William F. Caywood||.|
|Ba8-7-3-1-2-5||Sarah Ann Caywood||.|
|Ba8-7-3-1-2-6||Elzay Caywood born ca 1845 d 1880. married Nancy Mellisa Veatch b 1850 in Indiana d 1942.||,|
Elzay Caywood b about 1845
|Ba8-7-3-1-2-6-1||Silas Caywood born 1877 d 1951||.|
|Ba8-7-3-1-2-6-4||James Alexander Caywood b July 11, 1880 in Ewing, Fleming
Co., KY d Jan. 5, 1947 in Watonga, OK.
Married Elsie Alma Srader b September 11, 1896. d March 3, 1984 in San Diego, Ca. They married October 11, 1910 in Faiview, OK.
|Ba8-7-3-1-2-6-4-1 Vernon Caywood b Nov. 11, 1909 d May
Ba8-7-3-1-2-6-4-2 Ethel Estelle b July 14, 1914 STILL LIVING.
married Jesse Milton Christian b October 8, 1909 d June 22, 1983 and had Kathleen Christian
m y Rogalla
|Ba8-7-3-1-3||3. William Franklin/Francis Courtney b 1814 in Fleming Co. KY. d 1869 in fleming. He married Nancy C. Reeves in 1836 in Fleming.||.|
|Ba8-7-3-1-4||4. Louisa Courtney b 1816 in Fleming Co., KY d after 1880 in Harrison Co., KY. She married Henson Courtney.||.|
|Ba8-7-3-1-5||Mary Ann Courtney b 1813 in Fleming Co., KY. d 1848 in Rush Co. IN. She married John Price, brother of Elihu Price, in 1829 in Fleming Co., KY.||.|
|Br10-3-1-1-4||Elizabeth COURTNEY b 1 Jan 1747/1748 d 1890 in Fleming
married Elihu Price in 1827 in Fleming Co., KY.
|Br10-3-1-1-5||dau Matthew Courtney||.|
|Br10-3-1-1-6||x Courtney m Henry Foley son of Richard Foley Br10-3-6.||.|
|Br10-3-1-2||John Foley Jr b about 1690
m Mary Dozier parents of
James Foley b about 1705 d 1797
-1-1 Mary Foley b 1728 Rowan City NC d NC reported by ysearch.org/GT897 m John Bryan O'Connelly b 1720 Gateway Meath Co IRE d Wilkes/Burke Co NC
|-1-1-1 Capt John Lucius Connelley b 26 Feb 1757(?21 Aug 1744) Va 3rd Company at a Fort at the head of the Catawba River m Susan Ballew.
-1-1-2 Mary Connelley b 21 Aug 1746
-1-1-3 Elizabeth Connelley b 5 Feb 1753 NC m 1773 NC capt Joseph William Ballew Jr
-1-1-4 Rebecca Connelly b 5 Feb 1756 in Rowan Co NC m 10 Oct 1776 in Rowan Co Rev. John Gibbs
-1-1-5 James L Connelley b 26 Feb 1757
|-1-1-1-1 James Lucius Conley b 1783 Burke NC d 1881 Jackson NC
m Mary Elizabeth Sherrill b 1786 Burke NC and had
-1-1-1-1-1 William Hollen Conley b 1812 Ky d 1899 Swain NC
-1-1-4-1 William Gibbs b 1779 d 1860 m Elizabeth Connelly dau of William Connelly and Rebecca Sherrill
-1-1-4-2 James Gibbs b 1781 Burke Co NC d 1870 d. Aft. 1860 Blount Co AL.
-1-1-4-3 Hugh Gibbs b 1782 Burke Co NC d 1870
-1-1-4-4 John Gibbs b 1783 - 1850)*
-1-1-4-5 Elizabeth Gibbs Penland, Garretson (1786 - 1869)*
-1-1-4-6 Joshua Gibbs b 29 Mar 1788, Burke Co NC; d 1869, Madison Co., NC
-1-1-4-7 Bryant Gibbs d1790 d 1872 m HANNAH FINLEY, March 03, 1813
-1-1-4-8 David Gibbs (1792 - 1869)
-1-1-4-9 Archibald Gibbs b 1795 d 1857
-1-1-4-1 Sarah Penland Gibbs (1799 - 1850)
-1-1-4-11 THOMAS GIBBS, 1797-1863)
-1-1-4-12 Wesley Gibbs b 1802 - 1870 m MALINDA FINLEY, July 09, 1821
|Br10-3-1-3||James Foley b about 1724
m Christian Humphrey possibly parents of
|John Foley m 24 Apr 1766 Milley Ashby||.|
|Br10-3-2||Thomas? Foley appraiser and signer of Francis Courtney's estate, which was administrated by Andrew Barbee. This Andrew seems to be the same as Ba8-2 b 1716 Stafford Co, VA - 28 Dec 1795 Fauquier Co, Va. m Jane (Delaney) Lacey (1724 - 1803 Fauquier Co, VA , whose daughter Mary b 1754 Fauquier Co, VA d after 1790 seems to have married the above Thomas.||.|
|Br10-3-3||?James Foley probably the one b about 1710 who married Sarah Barbee b 1712 d 1806 eldest child of Thomas Barbee and Margaret Williams. As she had 12 children by her 2nd husband John O'Bannon and none are shown there by James Foley, the latter seems to have had no children, unless his children were adopted by O'Bannon.||.|
|Br10-3-4||John Foley b about 1677 d 1762
Overwharton Parish Stafford Co Va reported by ysearch.org/ZMXRN
m possibly x Bayless but wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=mrmarsha&id=I49131 states b "ABT 1675 in Stafford County, Va, and died 9 NOV 1762 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co Va - Probate. He married Margaret Mann ABT 1695 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co Va, dau of James Mann and Mary MNU Mann. She was born ABT 1679 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co Va, and d BEF 1744 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Va. He m Sarah White 11 DEC 1744 in Stafford Co Va. She was born ABT 1700, and died AFT NOV 1762 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co Va".
|STAFFORD COUNTY VA WILL BOOK O; 1748-1767; THE ANTIENT
PRESS pp. 430- 431 In Name of God Amen I JOHN FOLEY of Parish of Overwharton
in County of Stafford being in a low state of health, but of a sound memory,
do make this my last will & Testament. Imprimis I recomend soul to
almighty God .. and my body to the grave .. as to worldly Estate .. I give
as followeth. Item I give to ABRAHAM POOLE Son of my wife SARAH 400 acres
of Land in Prince William County & upon a run commonly known by name
of Persimon run, being the half of 800 acres bought of ELIZABETH WHITE,
and my desire is that the said Abraham shall make his choice of the whole
part for his 400 acres provided he takes it in one place .. and if Abraham
shall die before he comes to the years of Maturity then the said 400 acres
of land shall be equally divided between my two Grandsons JOHN FOLEY, son
of JOHN FOLEY & JAMES FOLEY son of JAMES. Item I give to my Grandson
JAMES FOLEY, son of my son JOHN FOLEY, 200 acres out of the above mentioned
part of the land, and his heirs. Item I give to my Grand-son JOHN FOLEY,
son of my son JAMES FOLEY the remainder part of the abovementioned land.
Item I give to my son James Foley all my Lands belonging to me on the Pignut
ridge, to him & heirs. Item I give all the rest of my Estate to my
dear & loving wife SARAH and her son Abraham Poole & my dear and
loving children John Foley, and my son James Foley & my Daughter KATHERINE
STUART to be equally divided amongst them. But if Abraham Poole should
die without issue, then his part of the dividend, shall fall to the heirs
of WILLIAM McCARTY, And I appoint my dear and loving Wife SARAH FOLEY,
and my son John Foley and my son James Foley Executors of this my last
will & Testament .. first day September 1755.
Testes Benja. Stillman, John Foley
David Sharp, Jos. Suthard
At Court held for Stafford County 9th Novr 1762 Will presented by Sarah Foley and James Foley .. made Oath .. being proved .. admitted to Record.. Certificate granted for obtaining Probate ..
m1? y McCarty m2? Stuart
|-1 William McCarty.|
|Br10-3-4-2||James Foley b about 1710 Stafford Co Va d about 1797 Fauquier
m Mary Young b 1716 in Overwharton Parish
|Br10-3-4-1-1 Cptn. James Foley b about 1741 Prince William
Co Va d Aug 1826 Fauquier Co Va
m Sarah O'Bannon b 1745 Fauquier Co Va d after 1773
|Br10-3-4-1-1-1 Bayless Foley b about 1768 Fauquier Va d
before 9 May 1825 Gallatin Co Ky
m Mildrid Breeden.
|-1-1-1-1||Elizabeth Foley b 28 Feb 1814 Two Forks Gallatin Ky d 1
Jul 1884 Etna Green Kosciusko Ind
m Barnabas Gerrard b about 19 Feb 1811 Montgomery Co Ky d 23 Jan 1899 Etna Green Ind. possibly a descendant of John Gerrard b about 1656 in St Clements Manor St Marys Md and Rose Tucker (?sister of Sarah Tucker Tu9) b about 1648 Westmoreland Co Va
|Margaret Elizabeth Gerard b Dec 1839 Decatur Ind d 7 Aug
Etna Green Ind
m y Countryman
Susan Marah Countryman b 25 Apr 1860 in Tippecanoe Ind d Barron Wi m Benjamin Franklin Rhodes
|Br10-3-4-3-1||possibly here John Foley b about 1756 Va reported by ysearch.org/U8KJ7 had dau Rosannah m Benjamin Cornell b 15 Mar 1778 Bedford Md d 17 Mar 1855 Elkhat Ind|
|m||BEF 1742 in Overwharton Parish Rosina MNU Foley b BEF 1726
in Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Va
-1 Hannah Foley b 20 APR 1742 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Va
-2 James Foley b AFT 1743 in Prince William County, Va
-3 John Foley b BEF 1746 in Prince William County
|Br10-3-4-4||Mary Foley b BEF 1727 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co
m 15 JUN 1743 in Overwharton Parish Benjamin Stringfellow b BEF 1723
|Br10-3-5||possibly Ann Foley b before 1720 m Benjamin Grigsby b 1707 Va reported by ysearch.org/J2ZQU||y Grigsby b about 1680 Strattford Va.||Br10-3-5-1John Grigsby b 8
Aug 1624 Maidstone Engl d 11 Oct 1730 St pauls Parish Strattfor Va
m Sarah/Jane Prosser.
|Br10-3-5-1||Benjamin Grigsby b 1735 Shenendoah Va d there
|Thomas/Benjamin Grigsby b about 1760 Va or Tn||Susan Elizabeth Grigsby b 1782 Va d 1876 Perry Ky m Alexander Crockett Ritchie b 1778 NC d 1878 Perry Ky son of James Ritchie b about 1750 Botetourt Va d about 1811 Carrs Fork, Clay Co Ky and Mary Polly Keith.||Norma Ritchie b 1819 Perry Ky d 20 Jan 1908 Dutton Ark
m Ephraim Sizemore and had Andrew Jack Sizemore b 12 Feb 1838 Perry Ky d 5 Jun 1916 Logan Ark m Arminta Ruth Shipp and had Sarah Esabelle Sizemore b 15 Sep 1878 Ark m John Wesley Smith and had Erma Manatal Smith b 18 Jul 1896 Sugar Grove Logan Ark m Oscar Leon Rankins
|?Br10-3-6||Richard Foley b 1680 Stafford Va d 1726 Stafford m||-1 Henry Foley m Matthew Courtney dau of John Courtney and x Foley Br10-3-1-1 s.a.||.|
b about 1666
m1 Lucy Doniphan
|Lucy Doniphan, as her descendants in the Hansbrough family claimed to be descended from "Lord Donathan [Doniphan]"). most likely, is from the immigrant (Captain) Alexander Doniphan, Sr. who is believed to have originally been from Spain and then England before immigrating to Old Rappahannock County, Va. His 1st wife was A(i)mee/Amy Partridge who immigrated from England to Virginia with siblings, Samuel, Elizabeth, Mary, & Sarah, and then Alexander's 2nd wife wasMargaret Mott and his 3rd wife was Susannah ?/Smith?.|
Bryant b about 1680 (granddaughter of Keziah Arroyah, she was apparently
the daughter of Silent/Silas Bryant, not of her uncle, Richard as some believe)
m1 Robert Gallop b about 16?60/85 d 1720.
|The appearance of the name Dalzell in the person of Dr. Dalzell Bland leads us to suspect the mother of Robert may have been a Dalzell b about 1665.|
|Ga8-1||Phyllis Gallop b 1712/?1695.
m Thomas Monteith =? Menteith d 1765
|James Monteith Dalyell
m Magdalen Dalyell
m Katherine Drummond
|Ga8-1-1||Magdalen Monteith ancestor
of Pres. Harry S. Truman.
A Maj. Thomas Truman
was in Westmoreland Co. in 1676.
m Anderson Doniphan b about 1726 son of Mott Doniphan b about 1700 d about 1776 and Rosanna Anderson b about 1704
m Richard Jonathan Shippe b 12 Nov. 1747
|Thomas Shipp b 1727 d. 1777
m Elizabeth Grant
|Ga8-1-1-1-1||Emma Grant Shippe
married William Truman Jr. and had Anderson Shippe Truman ancestors of Pres. Harry S. Truman
Elinor Gallop b 1713/?1696 in King George Co Va
m Abt. 1725John Owen b Abt. 1686 in King George, Va d bet. 1754–1755 in King George son of John Owen b 1660 d 1712 Richmond Va and Rebecca Halle
|-1 Samuel Owens b abt 1725 in King George, Va m 1747 in Loudoun Co Via d 1766 in King George,||.|
|Ga8-3||Mary Gallop b 17?05/14 d 1744
m Richard Elkins
|Ralph Elkins b 1698 Staffor Va d 1751 see above d Pittsylvania Va||.|
Gallop b 1715
m1Robert R Duncan
|James Duncan (Du9),
b: about 1670 in Scotland,
m Molly Browning b about 1670
|John Duncan (Du10) b: 1648 in Scotland and Elizabeth Holtzclaw (Ho10) b about 1655 in Scotland||Peter Duncan (Du11),
b: 1624 in Edinbourgh, Scotland,
m Bessie Caldwell, b about 1624
|Du7-1||John Duncan (about
1727 - 7Jun 1788)
m 1st Elizabeth Holtzclaw and had issue
2nd Wilkie McClanahan and had issue
|-1 Elizabeth Duncan
-2 Elias Duncan
-3 Charles Duncan
-4 John Duncan
-5 Joseph Duncan
-6 Willis Duncan
-7 John Duncan.
|Du7-2||Mary Duncan ( 1735
- 7 Jun1788)
m 1st Joseph Hackley d 23 Apr 1754, 2nd Thomas Greening
|?Du7||Samuel Duncan b 1740?60
in Prince William Co Va d 12 Mar 1825 Pulaski Co ?Lincoln Co Ky
m Nancy Withers b. 1742, d. 1788
|James "Old Nigh" Withers
b 11 FEB 1716 d 20 JAN 1784
m1 Catherine Barbee (-1771).
|Du6-1||John Duncan b 31 Jan 1765 d 23 Feb 1846 Cole Co Mo
m 18 Oct 1800 Asenath Lee b 24 Jan 1785 d 6 Sept 1853 daughter of Stephen Lee and Anne Poore
|1. Elizabeth Duncan b. Aug 2, 1803, d. 21 May 1828
2. Pricilla Duncan b. 27 Oct 1804
3. Anna Duncan b. 18 Jun 1807
4. William C Duncan b. 9 Mar 1809, d. 6 Apr 1893
5. Daniel Duncan Sr b. 31 Dec 1810, d. 27 Nov 1873
6. Nancy Duncan b. 14 Nov 1812
7. Henry Lee Duncan b Ky d 1862
8. Sidney Duncan
9. Lee Duncan
10. Martha Duncan
11. Cynthia Duncan m
12. John Withers Duncan b. 1 Mar 1818, d. 24 Jan 1847
13. Jubilee Duncan b. May, 1821, d. about 1847
14. Samantha Duncan b. 16 Nov 1824
15. Survilda Duncan b. 26 Jan 1828
|Du6-2||Susana Duncan (Aug 1766 - ) m 6 Mar 1787 in Lincoln Co Ky John McNeely b 1787||-1 Samuel Duncan McNeely born in 1787 in Kentucky. His gr grandson is the author's autosomal DNA match .|
m 3 JAN 1793 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, Nancy Jennings b 27 AUG 1769 in Fauquier, Va
|Du5-1||Du5-1 Cynthia Duncan b. between 1793 and 1800, d. after 11 Jun 1834 in Ark m before 11 Jun 1834 y Scott||-1-1 Emorine A Scott
-1-2 Nancy D Scott
|Du5||Du5Elizabeth Jennings Duncan b. 1796, d. Aug, 1844 m 2nd Cousin Thomas Pope Bland s below||.|
|Du5-3||Lucy Jennings Duncan b. between 1798 and 1799, d. 1870 in Lancaster Garrard Co Kym Abraham Adams b. bt 1797 - 1798, d. 1872||.|
|Du5-4||Nancy J Duncan b. between 1798 and 1808, d. after 11 Jun 1834 m Daniel Adams||.|
|Du5-5||Sarah W Duncan b. between 1802 and 1804 William Richardson||.|
|Du5-6||William Withers Duncan Jr b. 9 Jun 1802, d. 16 Sep 1866 Christianburg Shelby Co Ky m1 Elzina Turner b 26 Jul 1808 d 3 Aug 1840 m2 29 Mar 1841 in Shelby Co Ky Elizabeth King da of William Edwards King Jr and Elizabeth Basket||-6-1 Nancy Mildred Duncan b about 1842 (earlier if by Elzine
-6-2 Caroline Jennings Duncan b about 1844
-6-3 William Albertus Duncan b about 1846
-6-4 Sarah Frances Duncan b about 1848
-6-5 Newton Porter Duncan b about 1852
-6-6 Mary Evelyn Duncan b about 1854
-6-7 Lucy Jane Duncan b about 1856
|Du5-7||Augustine Jennings Duncan+ b. 1804, d. after 4 Aug 1870 m Eliza Comely b 21 Jun 1805 in Garrard Co Kydau of Sabret Comely b 1781/2 and Elizabeth||-7-1 William J Duncan b. Jun 1, 1826, d. May 21, 1866 m
2 Dec 1846 in Frankli Co Ky Susan W Thompson and had
-7-2 Jennings B Duncan b 1827/8 in Frankfort Ky m1 Elizabeth Cline, dau of Israel Cline in Denton Tx and had Eliza and Mary Elizabeth m2 Martha J Cline dau of same and had Daniel B, Jennings B Jr, Edna L, and Mildred
-7-3 Martha Ann Duncan+ b. 1831, d. Apr 6, 1877 m 13 Mar 1851 in Ky William B Snook son of Martin Snook and Ellen Elizabeth Griffith (dau of Thomas Greenberry Griffth b 1781 d 22 Jul 1822 and Olivia Marlatt b 1775 d 1853 and granddau of Chisholm Holland Griffith b. 1759, d. Sep 10, 1833 and Mary Ann Scott3 b. 1759, d. 1782)
-7-4 John T Duncan+ b. between 1832 and 1833, d. before Jun, 1900 m 22 Feb 1869 in Ky Mary White dau of William White
-7-5 James D Duncan b 1834 d about 1867 m1 Catherine Bright, daughter of Noah Bright and Elizabeth Mayhall and had m2 Nancy Rodgers
-7-6 Elizabeth Duncan b about 1836
-7-7 Sarah Jane Duncan+ b. 26 Sep 1839, d. 22 Jun 1901 m 17 Mar 1857 Vanburen Snook and had
-7-8 Daniel Boone Duncan+ b. about 1840 Melissa A Winters and had Edgar Duncan b 27 Oct 1872
-7-9 Emily Duncan b Aug 1843 d 16 Aug 1902 m William Y Gordon son of Lawrence Washington Gordon and Catherine x and had
-7-10 Louisiana Duncan b. about 1840
|-7-1-1. George Franklin Duncan b. 1847, d. Mar 8, 1894
-7-1-2. James Roberson Duncan+ b. about Aug, 1850, d. between Mar 8, 1894 and Jun 14, 1908
-7-1-3. John William Duncan b. Sep 14, 1855, d. Jun 14, 1908
-7-1-4. Walker Daniel Duncan+2 b. May 11, 1857, d. Sep 22, 1919
-7-1-5. Thomas Jefferson Duncan+ b. Sep 5, 1860, d. Jun 25, 1930
-7-3-1. Mary T Snook+12 b. Sep 11, 1852, d. Dec 27, 1924
-7-3-2. (given name not known) Snook1 b. Jul 9, 1853
-7-3-3. Anne Elizabeth Snook+ b. Oct 28, 1854, d. Aug 1, 1912
-7-3-4. Thomas F? Snook d. before 1860
-7-3-5. Sarah Belle Snook b. Mar 18, 1855, d. Sep 15, 1859
-7-4-1. Ann E Duncan1 b. about 1859, d. Sep 15, 1874
-7-4-2. John Wesley Duncan+ b. Sep 15, 1868, d. Aug 7, 1935
-7-4-3. Thomas Jefferson Duncan+ b. Dec 31, 1870, d. Jan 26, 1948
-7-4-4. A L Duncan1 b. Apr 30, 1873, d. Aug 26, 1874
-7-4-5. George Franklin Duncan+1 b. Dec 15, 1874, d. Jul 30, 1954
-7-4-6. Sarah Belle Duncan b. Nov 11, 1876, d. Sep 10, 1942
-7-4-7. Jossie Duncan+8 b. Mar, 1879
-7-5-1 James Edward Duncan
-7-5-2 Alice Elizabeth Duncan
-7-5-3 (by Nancy Rogers) James Berry Duncan
-7-7-1. Florence Snooks b. Jun 10, 1858, d. Oct 9, 1865
-7-7-2. Walker Bryant Snook+ b. May 14, 1860, d. Nov 10, 1918
-7-7-3. Winford Snook b. Dec 4, 1862, d. Apr 30, 1891
-7-7-4. Sidney Johnson Snook+ b. Mar 7, 1868, d. Jun 23, 1948
-7-7-5. Jennie Snook+ b. Nov 30, 1869, d. May 2, 1930
-7-7-6. Francis Marion Snook+ b. Aug 6, 1871, d. Feb 21, 1959
-7-7-7. Duncan L Snook+ b. Aug 12, 1880, d. May 10, 1953
-7-9-1. Lounetta Gordon+6 b. between 1862 and 1863, d. 1890
-7-9-2. Eliza C Gordon b. between 1863 and 1864
-7-9-3. William Jennings Gordon+ b. Apr 10, 1867, d. Jun 12, 1945
-7-9-4. Thomas Victor Gordon+ b. Jul 22, 1870, d. Nov 21, 1937
-7-9-5. Mattie E Gordon b. between 1872 and 1873
-7-9-6. Washington Virch Gordon+ b. Mar 28, 1881, d. Jan 17, 1936
-7-9-7. Sallie D Gordon+ b. Dec 29, 1885, d. Jan 2, 1925
|Du5-8||Du5-8 Daniel Boone Duncan b. 26 Nov 1806 in Garrad Co Ky d. 20 May 1884 m Eleanor Cook, daughter of Rev Abraham Cook and Sarah Jones, October 10, 1833 in Shelby Co Ky and grandau of William Cook Jr b. about 1725, d. before May 22, 1790 and Margaret Jones b. probably circa 1734, d. between Mar 11, 1797 and Aug 15, 1797||8-1. Nancy Duncan b. Feb 24, 1835, d. Feb 24, 1901 m1 William
Kessinger February 24, 1859 in Daviess Co Mo m2 Sylvester Stevens Meadows
b. 29 Jan 1835, d. 3 Mar 1903
8-2 Narcissa Duncan b. Jun 1, 1836, d. Nov 25, 1925 in Butte Co Cal m1 William Thomas Carson m2 Barney Cooper b. bt 1833 - 1834, d. bt 16 Jun 1880 - Jun 1900
8-3 Addison Eugene Duncan b. Oct 31, 1839, d. Apr 26, 1919 in Willows, Glenn Co Cal m Barbara F Markesbury b. 8 Dec 1845, d. 2 Jul 1931
8-4 Prof Benjamin Franklin Duncan b. Apr 29, 1842, d. Apr 15, 1918 d Kansas City Mo grad Georgetown Col Scott Co Ky m Sarah E Buchanan b. 29 Oct 1843 dau of Prof James M Buchannan and America
8-5 Elizabeth E Duncan+ b. Oct 2, 1844, d. Jan 21, 1920 in Napa County, Cal m Shadrock Lewis Hays b. 26 Mar 1841, d. 5 Feb 1900
8-6 Dr Robert Bruce Duncan b. Oct 10, 1846, d. Jan 3, 1920 in Sonoma Co Cal m in Platte County, Missouri Sarah Eliza Stone 26 Apr 1874 .
8-7 Angeline Jennings Duncan+ b. Jan 29, 1849, d. May 25, 1939 in Los Angeles Cal m John Warren Dunn, son of Seth Cook Dunn and Nancy Montfort
8-8 Lemuel Duncan b. Jun 16, 1851
8-9 Caroline Duncan b. Sep 23, 1853 d y
8-10 William Rufus Duncan+ b. Jan 31, 1855, d. Dec 31, 1933
8-11 Howard Malcom Duncan b. Jan 29, 1858
8-1-1 William Kessinger4 b. between 1858 and 1859
8-1-2 James F Kessinger b. Feb, 1860
8-1-3 Mary J Kessinger b. between 1861 and 1862
8-1-4 Mary Meadows6 b. between 1862 and 1863
8-2-1 William Thomas Carson Jr b. Nov, 1856, d. Mar 4, 1924
8-2-2 Katherine Nancy Carson b. Jan 20, 1859, d. Dec 23, 1943
8-2-3 Addison Carson b. between 1861 and 1862
8-2-4 Charles Alvin Cooper b. Feb, 1868, d. Oct 25, 1932
8-2-5 Wyatt Cooper b. Dec, 1869
8-2-6 Claude Cooper b. Jun, 1873, d. Jul 17, 1938
8-2-7 Daniel Wirt Cooper+ b. Mar 7, 1876, d. Jun 28, 1952
8-3-1 Nina A Duncan b. between 1870 and 1871
8-3-2 Eugene C Duncan b. Oct, 1873
8-3-3 Garnett B Duncan b. between 1874 and 1875
8-3-4 Ethel B Duncan b. Jun, 1877
8-3-5 Van Cleve Duncan b. Sep, 1879
8-3-6 Mary Barbara Duncan b. Mar, 1883
8-3-7 French M Duncan b. Feb, 1887
8-4-1 James Buchanan Duncan b. 1869
8-4-2 Blanch Duncan
8-4-3 John McAfee Duncan b. Jan, 1876
8-4-4 Mary Eva Duncan b. May, 1881
8-5-1 William A Hays b. between 1865 and 1866
8-5-2 Gertrude W Hays b. Mar, 1868
8-5-3 Robert B Hays b. 1870
8-5-4 Walter D Hays b. between 1873 and 1874
8-6-1 J B Duncan b. between 1876 and 1877, d. before Jun, 1900
8-6-2 O K Duncan b. Dec, 1879, d. before Jun, 1900
8-7-1 Melbourn Dunn b. Nov, 1876
8-7-2 Myrtle Dunn b. Jan, 1880
8-7-3 Clare E Dunn b. Jul, 1881
|Du5-9||Du5-9 Narcissa Duncan+ b. between 1812 and 1813 Unio Twp Hendricks Co Ind m John Thorpe b. 8 Feb 1811, d. 18 Nov 1900||-9-1. Sarah A Thorpe1 b. between 1839 and 1840
-9-2 Eliza J Thorpe1 b. between 1840 and 1841
-9-3 Elmira E Thorpe1 b. between 1842 and 1843
-9-4 William L Thorpe1 b. between 1845 and 1846
|Du6-4||Elijah Duncan m Nancy Jennings||.|
|Du6-5||Elizabeth Duncan (1771 - 1825) m Humphrey Pope ( - 1840)||.|
|Du6-6||Daniel Boone Duncan (1773 - Sep 1856) m 1st Elizabeth Finney, m2 Lucy Lee (1776 - ) dau of Stephen Lee and Anne Poore, on March 6, 1799 in Franklin||-6-1. Frances Duncan b. 1802 m in PendletonCo Ky Elizah
-6-2. Mary Duncan m William Hudson
-6-3. Jerusia Duncan m Daniel Hudson
|Du6-7||Hannah Duncan m Stephen Wilkerson||.|
|Du7-4||Robert R Duncan Jr b 1740||
(1742 - 16 Mar 1826)
m Cpt. John Barbee b 1726 and had issue
|-1 Rosa BARBEE (20 Aug 1765 Culpeper Co, VA - 1788)
m Enoch BRADFORD (7 Dec 1757 - 20 Jul 1823 Scott Co, KY) .
-2 Andrew BARBEE (15 Mar 1767 Culpeper Co, VA - 1 Jul 1813 Lexington, KY) m Rebecca Margaret BRADFORD (1772 - 2 Feb 1819)
-3 Susannah Howe BARBEE (18 Mar 1767 Culpeper Co, VA - 1834) m William PURNALL
-4 Eleanor Smith BARBEE (22 Jan 1771 Culpeper Co, VA - 14 Aug 1835) m Fielding BRADFORD, Judge (15 Feb 1767 - Jul 1839)
-5 Ann BARBEE (1 Feb 1773 Culpeper Co, VA - ) m y PARNELL
-6 Ezekiel BARBEE (4 Nov 1774 Culpeper Co, VA - 1820) m Mary Polly BRYAN .
-7 Lydia BARBEE (4 Mar 1777 Culpeper Co, VA - ) .
-8 Betsey BARBEE (18 Dec 1779 Culpeper Co
|Du 7-6||Rosy Duncan b 1741/3
d 7 Jun 1788/9
m James Jett b 1743 d 1805
|Du7-7||Joseph Duncan Sr
b: ABT 1744 d after 7 Jun 1788
m1 Sarah Fletcher and had , m2 21 Aug 1771 Hannah Freeman dau of James Freeman
|1 Joseph Duncan Jr..
|Du7||(Du7) Ann Duncan (1745 - 19 Jul 1839) m. Thomas Pope Sr and had issue|| Benjamin Pope b 10 May 1740
m Fauquier Co Va Behethelind Foote
|Po6-1||Jane Gale Pope b about 1765 m Robert Terril Sr d before 25 Jul 1806 son of Robert Terrill Sr d. b 25 Jul 1806.||1. Thomas Terrill
2. Polly Terrill
3. John Terrill
4. Robert Terrill Jr m Nancy Herring
|-4-1 Elizabeth Terrill m James Thompson Pollard son of Granville Pollard and Elizabeth Thompson|
|Po6-2||Mary Ann Pope
m John Sutton
|1 William Sutton b. 28 May 1788
2 John Sutton
3 Alemander Sutton
4 Christopher Sutton.
|Po6-3||Alexander/Alemander Pope b BEF 1770 m 6 Jan 1787 in Lincoln Co Va now Ky Susannah Sutton||1 Jeremiah Pope
Thomas A Pope
2 Julianne Bland Bl5-12 s below b 10 Jan 1810 d 8 Apr 1848 dau of Charles Bland and Phyllis Ann Pope.
|Po6-4||John Pope b ABT 1770
m 10 Mar 1795 in Lincoln Co Va now Ky Mary Vance
|Po6-5||Humphrey Pope b ABT 1771
m1 Lettie Wilcox m2 Elizabeth Duncan Du6-5 s. above dau of Samuel Duncan and Nancy Withers<
|Po6-6||Thomas Pope Jr b BEF 1772 d 10 May 1839
m July 27, 1803 in Garrard Co Ky Elizabeth Lair dau of Andrew Lair b. 1750, d. 1826 and Lady Frances Hubbard, Elizabeth m2 y Brady
|1 Andrew Pope
2 Thomas Pope
3 William Pope
4 Mary Pope b 15 Jun 1807
|Po6||Phyllis Ann Pope b: 26 May 1773 in Fauquier, Va m Charles Bland||.|
|Bl5||Thomas P. Bland Birth: 10 DEC 1791 in Lincoln County, Va Colony Death: about June 1844 in Pike County, Missouri Burial: 1844 Pike County, Missouri m 2nd Cousin Elizabeth Jennings Duncan see above.||.|
|Bl4-1||Benjamin M Bland b 13 Nov 1820 d 1868
m Sarah Hodges b 9 Mar 1823
|Bl4-1-1 George T. Bland b. bt 1842 - 1843
2 William H. Bland b. bt 1845 - 1846 m Martha
3 Elizabeth C. Bland b. bt 1848 - 1849
4 Walter Bland b. bt 1850 - 1851
-5 Stephen J. Bland b. bt 1852 - 1853 m Emma J. Maiden b. Sep 1863
6 Jesse Bland b. bt 1854 - 1855
7 James Bland b. bt 1856 - 1858
8 Darrell Bland b. bt 1860 - 1861
9 Mary Bland b. a Mar 1860
10 Sally Bland b. bt 1862 - 1863
11 Minnie Bland b. bt 1866 - 1867
|-5-1 Ernest S. Bland b. Dec 1882
-5-2 Mary E. Bland b. Mar 1889 m Ernest Lewellen and had 1 Jay W Llewellyn 2 Gertrude Lewellyn b 27 May 1911 m Leroy F Hankins
-5-3 Orvel Bland b. May 1894
-5-4 Leota Bland b. Sep 1895
-5-5 Norman Bland b. 19 Dec 1901
|Bl4-2||Sarah P Bland b about 1825 d 8 Jan 1856 m George Warner|
Thomas Pope Bland about 1880, age 48
Back Row Left to Right: Martha Bland, Lou Ellen Bland (Sleadd), Mary Beatrice Bland (Busey), and Sarah/Sallie Bland (Sanford).
Front row Left to Right: Thomas Eugene Bland, William Leland Bland, and John Henry Bland.
Judging from the dates of birth above this picture was taken between 1889 and 1895
|Bl4||Thomas Pope Bland
b. 12th Oct. 1832 d 11 Feb. 1914 in Bagdad, Shelby Co. Ky.
m 31 JAN 1861 in Shelby Co., Kentucky, Levicy Jane Harris
|Harvey Harris b Culpepper Va
m Martha Jamison whose parents possibly also came from the Northern Neck Va or from Maryland.
Elizabeth BLAND b 18 DEC 1861 in Shelby County, Kentucky Died: 4 NOV
m on 24 MAY 1881 in Shelby Co Ky Walter L. Thompson b 4 JUL 1856 in Shelby Co Ky d 22 Jan
|1 Lester P Thompson b Nov 1885
2 Willie L Thompson b Jan 1888
3 Lucile Thompson v May 1890
4 Sallie Thompson, married B. B. Wilson
5 Lu E Thompson b Dec 1892
6 Paul Thompson b Sep 1896
7 Mary Thompson b Apr 1898
8 Elizabeth Thompson b Jan 1899
Leland BLAND b 15 MAR 1863 in Ky d 07 APR 1945 in Shelby Co Ky bur
Bagdad Cemetery, Bagdad, Shelby County, Kentucky,
m Amanda Beatrice RICHEY b APR 1865 in Kentucky, daughter of Fleming H RICHEY b 28 JUN 1828 in Allen County, Kentucky, and Sarah Ann Wilcoxson b: 09 APR 1838 in Shelby County, Kentucky. Married: BET 1889 andD 1890
|Bl3-2-1 Mary E Bland b JUL 1890 in Kentucky, (JUL 1890
Death: 1921 in Kentucky, married W. C. Harrison ) and had 4 ch y, x, Ruth and Mary
Bl3-2-2 Richard Harris Bland (b: 16 OCT 1891 in Kentucky, married Beulah Perry NEWTON b 1890 in Kentucky, d. 8 Feb. 1976) and had Leland H Bland who had by m1 Ruth Trammel 1. Ronald H Bland 2. Phillip L Bland 3. Michael D Bland 4. Barbara Bland m White, 5. Sarah Bland m Wilson, by m2 Helen x ?
Bl3-2-3 Nelle Bland (16 DEC 1892 in Kentucky d. 28 May 1946, Death: 28 MAY 1946 in Kentucky Burial: Bagdad Cemetery, Bagdad, Shelby County, Kentucky, m Arthur Victor Barnett and had 1 William A Barnett 2 Lt Paul Barnett b 19 Jul d 1944
|Bl3||(Bl3) Thomas Eugene BLAND b 13 JUL 1864 in Bagdad, Shelby County, Kentucky, He died in Nov? 1943, married Matilda Prather Nicholas (Ni3) on June 20, 1906, dau of George Nicholas (Ni4) and Mary Anna Pope (Po4)||Bl2 Anna Pope Bland was born June 26, 1908, in Shelbyville,
Ky d 15 Feb 1970 in Saginaw Mi m Dr Eustace Granger Hester had 4 ch
Bl2-2Levicy Jane Bland, the second daughter was born August 28, 1910, and died in February 1985 unmarried and without issue and was buried in Shelbyville next to her parents.
|Bl3-4||(Bl3-4) Lou Ellen BLAND
b: ABT 1867 d Jul 1906
m William Thompson Sleadd b 12 Jan 1858 d 20 Feb 1928 son of James B. Sleadd and Sarah Thompson
|Bl3-4-1 Agnes B. Sleadd b 02 May 1898 d 19 Jan 1994
Bl3-4-2 Bernard B. Sleadd b 17 Jan 1900 d 15 May 1972
m Annabelle Gladwell b Abt. 06 Jul 1907 d 15 Sep 1952
Bl3-4-2-1 Franklin Bland Sleadd b 30 Jan 1930 d 22 Jun 2009
Bl3-4-2-1-1 Robert Bland Sleadd
Bl3-4-2-2 Helen Douglas Sleadd b 27 Jun 1932 d Abt. 1969
Bl3-4-2-3 Bernard Allen Sleadd b 15 Aug 1933 m1 Unk , m2 Lori S. Epstein b: Abt. 1945 , m3 Judith A. Auge b Abt. 1948
Bl3-4-2-4 Mary Lou Sleadd b 07 Oct 1936
Bl3-4-2-5 William Carroll Sleadd b 25 Feb 1939
Bl3-4-2-6 Nancy Ann Sleadd b 14 Mar 1940
Bl3-4-2-7 James Thompson Sleadd b 09 Oct 1942
Bl3-4-2-8 Phyllis Jean Sleadd b 27 Feb 1944 m Roos
Bl3-4-3 Helen Sleadd b 12 Jul 1903 d Apr 1985
m James Augustus Arvin b 14 Aug 1900 d Dec 1978 son of Roscoe Elmer Arvin and Lucy Catherine Young
Bl3-4-3-1 Virginia Arvin b 16 Aug 1925
Bl3-4-3-2 Robert Powers Arvin b Oct 1938
|Bl3-5||Sarah Prudence Bland b 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 188|
|Bl4-4||John D Bland b 1831 d 31 Jul 1831/2?
m Matilda J. Rogers b. 25 Dec 1844, d. 10 Aug
|-1 Edward Bland b. bt 1866 - 1867
-2 William S. Bland b. a Oct 1869
-3 Samuel Bland b. bt 1872 - 1873
-4 Geoffrey Bland b. bt 1874 - 1875
-5 Willis L. Bland b. 18 Jun 1875, d. 11 Aug m Amanda Samples b. 13 Feb 1888, d. 19 Oct
-6 Eva Bland b. 2 Feb 1878, d. 22 Feb m Enos Cummins b. a 1870
|-6-1 Estille Cummins
-6-2 Lucille Cummins
-6-3 John T. Cummins
-6-4 Jesse Cummins
-6-5 Emma Cummins
-6-6 Robert Cummins
-6-7 Elizabeth Cummins
|Bl4-5||Elizabeth Bland b. 1833, d. 8 Jan 1856|
|Bl4-6||Mary S. Bland
b. 9 May 1834
m Henry C. Jamison b. bt 1831 - 1834
|Jacob Jamison b. between 1800 and 1805, d. before December
12, 1859 Guist Creek Shelby Ky
m Lavicy Huss d. Jan 3, 1849 in Shelby Co Ky.
|Bl4-7||Dr Dalzell Leland Smith Bland b. 30 Jul 1838, d. 18 Dec
March 17, 1868 in Indian Creek, Pike County, Missouri Sallie C. Duncan b. 16 Apr 1850 in Mo, d. 31 Jul
|1 Elizabeth Bland b. bt 1869 - 1870
2 Leland Bland b. bt 1873 - 1874
3 Warren Bland b. Jun 1876
|Bl4-8||x Bland b about 1840 d m James Moseley|
|Bl5-2||Nancy Bland b 04 Jan 1793 d. Jun 1833|
|Bl5-3||Sally Bland b 11 Oct 1794 d 05 Nov 1822,
m1 Erasmus Wilmot b 1790 d 18 Apr 1829 m2 William H Crow
|Benjamin F Wilmot/Crow b 20 Sep 1818|
|Bl5-4||Mildred Bland b 01 May 1796, m. Thomas Austin|
|Bl5-5 Prudence Bland b 01 Oct 1797, m. Robert Austin||Bl5-5-1 unknown Austin
Bl5-5-2 Will Austin
|Bl5-6||Benjamin Bland b 7 Mar 1799|
|Bl5-7||Mary Bland b 10 Sep 1800 d 26 Aug 1884 m. James S. Alderson b: 18 Jul 1798 d 20 Jan 1884|
|Bl5-8||Elizabeth Bland b 21 Feb 1802 d 20 Jan 1882|
|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 d 17 Oct 1867||.|
|Bl5-12||Julianne Bland b 17 Jan 1810 d 22 Feb 1840 m. Thomas A. Pope||.|
|Bl5-13||Charles Josiah Bland b 05 Mar 1812 d Abt. 01 Jul 1894||.|
|Bl5-14||Hiram Bland b 9 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 and had issue
|1 Charles Bland b. 30 Sep 1841
2 Alexander Bland b. 1842, d. 6 Jul 1870 m Mary Alford
3 John Bland b. 23 Mar 1845, d. b 1860
|-1-1 James W. Bland b. 8 May 1866, d. 17 Oct m Cora W Curd
b 20 Aug 1877 d 27 May 1951 and had Alice, Eunice Cora and May Jessamine
2 Alice Bland
|Po6-8||Elizabeth Pope b ABT 1780
m Nathaniel R. Jurney b. a 1770, d. 1816
|1 William Journey b. b 1795 had son.
2 Temperance Journey b. a 1798 m1 Thomas Higgins 1790 - 1836 m2 Levi Lowrey
3 John Journey b about 1804 m Mary McAlly b 18 Nov 1805
4 Mariah Jurney b about 1808 m Abraham Williams
5 Meredith Journey b about 1810 d 1833 m Frances Sharp b 29 Aug 1813
6 Nimrod Journey b. a 1811 m Jane Stapp
7 Ninian Journey b. 2 Oct 1813, d. 8 Feb
8 Wilson Jurney b 1816
9 Delilah Jurney b 1816
|-2-1 Alcy Higgins m Levi Read
-2-2 Clayborn Higgins
-2-3 John Higgins
-3-1 Angeline J Journey m Thomas M Fullerton
-3-2 Jane F Journey m Horace G Woodworth
-3-3 Elizabeth M Journey b 10 Mar 1828 m Carus Cornell
-5-1 George Journey b 25 Jul 1831 d 10 Nov m1 Lucy A. E. Dew b. 22 Jan 1837, d. 16 Apr and had Edward, George and Roderick Journey m2 Rhoda A P Justice and had James, Horace and Ethel Journey m3 Lida Black and had Helen F Journey m y Snodgrass as well as Millie and Willis Journey
-5-2 John M Jurney b 1833 d 6 Apr 1864 m1 Mary S Farmer m2 Ritha S Walker and had Frank Jurney and Willis Jurney
-7-1 Sarah E. Journey b. 14 Feb 1835, d. 14 May
-7-2 William N. Journey b. 17 Apr 1837 m Caroline L Tooley
-7-3 Jane T Journey b 27 Mar 1839 m Charles D King and had Alice King
-7-4 Mary F. Journey b. 4 May 1841 Fayette Wisc d. 4 Oct
-7-5 John M. Journey b. 27 Aug 1842 Fayette Wisc d. 5 Aug 1844
-7-6 Nancy A. Journey b. 31 Dec 1844, d. 8 Dec 1845
|Po6-9||Robert Pope b betw 1770/9 in Va Colony d 1813 served und Capt Philip King m 26 Feb 1799 in Gerard Co Ky Eleanor Vance||.|
|Po6-10||William S Pope b 25 FEB 1785
m Mary Lair b. a 1788
|1 Helena Pope b 1808 d 1891
2 Thomas W. Pope b. 22 May 1810, d. 13 Jan 1880 Ford Co Ill m Elizabeth Jane McKee, daughter of David Logan McKee and Elizabeth Brown Letcher, January 22, 1834 in Lancaster, Garrard County, Kentucky
3 William L. Pope.
|-2-1. Barthena Pope b. Jul 3, 1835, d. between 1836 and
2-2. William David Pope b. Apr 28, 1837, d. Apr 26, 1903 m Helen J. Carpenter b. 1 Sep 1860, d. 24 Jul 1898 in Hope Steele Co ND
2-3. Margaret R Pope b. Feb 7, 1839, d. after 1912
2-4. Robert Anderson Pope b. Feb 7, 1841, d. Apr 18, 1911 m Mary E. Carpenter b. 19 Jul 1849, d. 30 Nov 1892 in Hope Steele Co ND and had T.F. Pope, Eve Pope and Clara Pope b 5 Aug 1884 d 12 Feb 1947 in Portland, Multnomah Co Or m George E Knowles d 22 Jun and had 10 ch
2-5. Elizabeth Brown Pope b. Jan 7, 1843, d. 1923
2-6. Abner Baker Pope1 b. Apr 23, 1844, d. May 27, 1852
2-7. Samuel Finley Pope b. Jan 16, 1849, d. Mar 28, 1926 in Hope ND m Harriet M. Carpenter b. 15 Jun 1854, d. 22 Apr and had -2-7-1 George Edgar Pope+
2-8. Worden McKee Pope b. Sep 27, 1849, d. Nov 1, 1912
2-9. Thomas L Pope b. Oct 7, 1853, d. Oct 27, 1853
2-10. Mary B Pope b. 1855, d. 27 Oct 1855
2-11. Mary Helena Pope b. 1860, d. 1889.
|Du7-9||Gallop Duncan b ABT 1746 m Lucy Covington and had issue||.|
|Du7-10||Lavina Duncan (1750 - 7 Jun 1788)
m John Barrow Lightfoot b. a 1752, d. a 1825
|-1 Robert Lightfoot b. a 1773, d. a 1840
-2 William L. Lightfoot b. 25 Mar 1774, d. 15 Dec
-3 Edward Lightfoot b. a 1776 m Susannah Colvin
-4 Ann N. Lightfoot b. 1777, d. Jun 1857 m Robert Riddle
-5 Goodrich Lightfoot b. 1778 m Catherine Colvin b. a 1782
-6 Richard Lightfoot
-7 Frances Lightfoot
-8 John B. Lightfoot Jr b. 1780, d. a 1840 m Frances Greening
-9 Walker Lightfoot
-10 Phillip Lightfoot b. 1782, d. a 1813 m Susannah Smith
-11 James Lightfoot b. a 1789, d. b 1828
|-4-1 Levinia L. Riddle
-4-2 Coleman Riddle m Sarah x
-10-1 William Lightfoot b. a 1804
-10-2 Nancy Lightfoot b. a 1806
-10-2 John L. Lightfoot Sr b. 1809, d. 13 Nov 1892 m Rachel Kendall and had 7 boys and 4 girls
|Du7-11||Charles Duncan (11 DEC 1751 - 17 Jul 1818)
m Elizabeth Dillard
Duncan b 6 Oct 1773 m y Bowmer
-2 Margaret Duncan b. 5 Nov 1775 m y Reed
-3 Mary Duncan b. 15 Apr 1780
-4 Mary Duncan b. 15 Apr 1780 m Zachariah Dulaney
|http://mallen4896.tripod.com/Duncan-Rev.html shows||Du7-12||Benjamin Duncan b Culpepper Co. died in KY
|-1 John Duncan
-2 Benjamin Duncan
-3 Samuel Duncan
-4 Elizabeth Duncan Arnett
-5 Simeon Duncan, born 23 Oct 1755
-6 Thomas Duncan born 1765 Pittsylvania Co. VA, d 28 dec. 1845 Monroe Co. TN. m 23 July, 1786 in Pittsylvania to Rhoda d 31 March, 1852. After the war he moved to Caswell Co. NC. and 1803 to Anderson Co. TN. then Monroe Co. TN.
|-6-1 Berryman Duncan, b 24 Oct. 1787 m Fanny born 1794. lived in Monroe Co.||.|
|m2||Anne Gallop b 1715 married 2nd John Owens.||.|
|?Br10-5||Nathaniel Bryant b about 1670? p Mary Amees, b/d in Stafford
Co Va and had
Br10-2-1 Ann Bryant m William Redman
Br10 Sylent Bryant
Br10-2-3 Susannah Bryant
|?Br10-6||Elizabeth Bryan, b about 1672? d in Stafford Co. Va,reported
b 1663 Isle of Wight Va d 31 Oct 1741 Bertie NC
m David Hopper b 1650 Bertie NC? d Feb 1736 Bertie NC
|Br10-6-1||David Hopper b 1680? Bertie NC d 1766 Henry Va m Elizabeth Freeman b 1682 Bertie NC d 1706 Henry Va.||.|
|Br10-6-1-1||William Hopper b 1705 Bertie NC d 1783 Matrimony Creek NC m Elizabeth Freeman b 1682 Bertie NC d 1706 Henry Va. m Mary Ann Wright b 1716 Queen Annes Md d 1747 Matrimony Creek NC||.|
|-1-1-1||Joseph Hopper b 1738 Rockingham NC d 9 Dec 1822 Rockingham NC m Jane Monroe||.|
|-1-1-1-1||Jane Hopper b 1769 Matrimony Creek NC d m Rice O Brim b NC.||.|
|Thomas Brim b about 1800 NC d m Susann Wright b NC.||.|
|Joseph H. Brim b 1831 Va||.|
|Christopher C Brimm m Mattie Pitts||.|
|Robert L. Brimm b about 1887 Ill d Sep 1975 Anna Union
Co Ill m Inez Wilkins and had
Earl F. Brim m Helen B and had Gene Brimm b 1936 m x Lockard
|Br10-7||Richard Bryan b about 1676, m Beth b/d in Stafford Co. Va||.|
|reported byysearch.org/JB7T9possibly dau of this Richard.||Br10-7-1||Margaret Bryan cont. from above b about 1710 m Samuel Owens b about 1715||John Owens b about 1700 possibly the same asd 1712 in Richmond Co Va||.|
|Br10-7-1||Lucinda Owens b about 1745 King George Co Va d 11 Aug 1823 Marietta Oh m Thomas Jett b about 1745 Stafford Co Va d 9 Sep 1832 Marietta Oh||Francis Jett b about 1736 Va d 22 Oct 1791 White Oak, Stafford Co Va and Barsheba/Bathsheba Porch||Peter Jett b about 1717 Mattox Creek Westmoreland Co Va
d before 5 Aug 1784 King George Co Va
m Rebecca Bowen b aboout 1717 King George Co dau of Stephen Bowen and x Richardson granddau of John Bowen d 1686 Old Rappahanock Co Va as well as Thomas Richardson and Mary Thatcher Clapham
|Francis Jett b about 1687 Richmond Co Va d 1762 King George and Margaret Payton b 1688 Richmond Co Va d 1739 King George|
|Br10-7-1-1||Margaret Jett b about 1775 d after 1850
m Nathanaiel Morehead b about 1772 Fauquier Co Va d about 1834 Wood Co Va
|William Morehead b about 1740 Hamilton Parish Prince William
Co Va d about 1809 Fauquier Co
|John Morehead Srb about 1700 Va d before 24 Oct 1768 Fauquier
m Mary Armistead b about 1700 King Georg Co d about 1768
possibly a dau of Ar9-3 William Armistead or Ar9-4 Henry Aristead and granddau of Ar10 John Armistead
|Charles Morehead Jr
m Jane Presley b 29 Jan 1652 dau of Peter Presley and Winifred
|Br10-7-1-1-1||Armistead Morehead b 14 Oct Fauquier Co d 17 Oct 1878 Sandyville
Jackson Co WVa
m Tracy Richards b 20 Jun 1798 Va d 24 Mar 1872 Sandyville
|Isaac Richards and Deborah Drake b 9 May 1773 Bloomfield Loudoun Co Va d 1 Dec 1827 Wood Co Va||Thomas Drake b 13 Jul 1728 d 25 Jul 1811 Loudoun and Eurah Humphrey and granddau of Jonathon Drake b about 1689 Piscataway NJ d about 1754 and Mary Clawson and gr granddau of George Drake b about 1650 d after 8 Nov 1709 and Mary Oliver 2gr granddau of Francis Drake b about 1618 England d after 1687 Middlesex Co NJ and Mary Walker|
|Br10-7-1-1-1-1||Mary Elizabeth Morehead b May 1833 Jackson Co Va m Mark Custer Jr. b 1829 Green Co Pa d 1863 Jackson Co WVa|
|Br10-7-1-1-1-1-1||Alonzo Milton Custer b 11 Apr Sandyville Va d 28 Jul 1927
Sheridan Lake Kiowa Co Col
m Serena Jane Duncan b 9 Feb 1858 Mannington Marion Co Va d there 12 Apr 1907
|George Nelson Duncan b about 1826 Harrison Co Va d befor 1900 WVa||John Wesley Duncan (possibly of these Duncans) b about 1780 d 1836 harrison Co WVa and Phoebe Pigott|
|Br10-7-1-1-1-1-1-1||George Henry Custer m Mary Effie Goodwin and had George Henry Causter Jr. b 5 Aug 1911 father of David Francis Custer||.|
|Ja11-2||Mary /?Ontonah Arroyah b about 1642
m ABT 1655 in Stafford Lt Col Henry Meese b ABT 1625 in Of Overwharton,Oxford,England
Robert Meese b ABT 1600 in Of Overwharton, Oxford
m Mercy Brent b ABT 1600 in Of Overwharton, Oxford
|John Robert Meese b ABT 1575 in Of Overwharton
m Margaret Cox b ABT 1575 in Of Overwharton
|Ja11-2-1||Anne Meese birth b ABT 1656 in Stafford,VA
m 1671 in Stafford = Br10-1 Richard Bryant b ABT 1651 in Stafford see above
|-1 Nathaniel Bryant birth b ABT 1672 in Stafford see Br10-1-3 above
-2 Elizabeth Bryant birth b ABT 1675 in Stafford see Br10-1-2 above
-3 Susannah Bryant birth b ABT 1677 in ,Stafford,VA-4 Randolph Bryant birth b ABT 1680 in ,Stafford,VA
-5 Silent Bryant birth b ABT 1684 in Stafford see Br10-1-4 above
-6 Richard Bryant birth b ABT 1687 in ,Isle of Wight,VA
|Ja11-2-2||Grace Meese birth b ABT 1657 in Stafford,VA d 9 Sep 1677/?1706 Pr Wm Co m Peter (?John) Ashton||-1 Grace Ashton b about 1675 m y Lee||-1-1 Sara Lee b about 1700
m y Horn
|-1-1-1 Hannah Horn b about 1725
m y Wright
|-1-1-1-1 Rebecca Wright b about 1750
m Young Mann
|-1-1-1-1-1 Amanda Benson Mann b about 1780||-1-1-1-1-1-1 M Pocahontas McDaniel Bolling b about 1805
m y Lovelace
|-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Kitty Florine Bolling Lovelace b about 1||-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Barbara Lovelace m y Hubbard|
|Ja11-2-3||Henry Meese birth b ABT 1658 in Stafford,VA||.|
|Ja11-2-4||John Meese birth b ABT 1660 in Stafford, VA d there 1733||.|
Frances Meese birth b ABT 1638/?62 in Stafford Co VA d bef 1674
?m abt 1660 Rev. John Waugh b 1640 Tyrone Ireland
|-1 John Waugh b 1661 in Westmoreland Co
-2 Elizabeth Waugh b AFT 1664 in Westmoreland Co
-3 Joseph Waugh b ABT 1672 in Stafford Co d 1 APR 1727 in Overwharton Parish m 1719 in Overwharton Mary Crosby b 28 JUN 1676 in St.Stephen's Parish, Northumberland Co (dau of George Crosby b BET 1649 AND 1655 in Northumberland Co Va and Mary Conyers b 1654 in London) she m1 Edward Mountjoy b: BEF 1660 in Biddestone Manor, Wiltshire Parish Engl + 2 ch m2 John Henry Mauzy b 11 DEC 1675 in France + 2 ch m3 as here
-4 Anne Waugh b 11 NOV 1680 in Stafford d aft 1726 m1 Giles Travers b ABT 1661 in Lancaster Co Va son of Rawleigh Travers b 1622 in England and Elizabeth ?Hussey b BEF 1637 in England m2 1718 in Stafford Co Lewis Ellzey b ABT 1643
-3-1 John Waugh b ABT 1722 in Overwharton Parish
-3-2 Mary Waugh b ABT 1725 in Overwharton Parish d there aft 1750 m 17 Jun 1741 in Overwharton Alexander Doniphan b BEF 1720 in Overwharton son of Mott Doniphan b ABT 1690 in Hanover Parish, Richmond County, Virginia and Rosanna Anderson b BEF 1700 in Stafford
-4-1 Elizabeth Travers b ABT 1703 in Overwharton Parish d there Oct 1728 m1 abt 1717 in Stafford Co John Cave b BEF 1687 in King & Queen Co m2 1719 in Overwharton Lewis Ellzey b 1702 in Overwharton Parish son of Thomas Ellzey b ABT 1666 in Essex Co Va and Isabel Thomasin b ABT 1670 in Stafford
-4-2 Anne Travers b 1705 in Overwharton Parish d bef 1748 in Truro Parish Fairfax Co m1 bef 1731 in Overwharton William Cave b 1700 d 14 Aug 1742 James Cave b BEF 1740 in Overwharton Parish son of Virginia Cave m2 Thomas Dent b ABT 1707 in Prince George's Co Md
-4-3 Million Travers b ABT 1708 in Overwharton Parish d 1748 Overwharton m bef 1740 Joseph Waugh b ABT 1706 in Overwharton Parish son of John Waugh b 1661 in Westmoreland Co and Martha Mothershead b BEF 1670 in Stafford
-3-2-1 William Doniphan b 20 MAR 1741/42 in Overwharton
-3-2-2 Elizabeth Doniphan b 12 APR 1744 in Overwharton
-3-2-3 Margaret Doniphan b 1746 in Overwharton
-3-2-4 Anne Doniphan b 28 FEB 1746/47 in Overwharton
-3-2-5 Alexander Doniphan b 2 MAR 1749/50 in Overwharton
-3-2-6 Thornton Doniphan b 1751 in Overwharton Parish
-3-2-7 Mott Doniphan b 10 JUN 1752 in Overwharton Parish
-3-2-8 Mary Doniphan b ABT 1753 in Overwharton Parish
-3-2-9 Joseph Doniphan b 1757 in King George Co
-3-2-10 George Anderson Gowry Doniphan b: 1759 in King George Co
-3-2-11 Dr. Anderson Doniphan b ABT 29 JUN 1764 in King George
-4-1-1 Lewis Ellzey b 1719 in Overwharton Parish
-4-1-2 William Ellzey b JAN 1726/27 in Overwharton Parish
-4-2-1 Elizabeth Cave b 1731 in Overwharton Parish m1 Keene Withers b 13 FEB 1727/28 in Overwharton Parish m2 Andrew Edwards b 1725 in Overwharton Parish (he m1 7 May 1751 in Overwharton Elizabeth Waugh + 3 ch) son of John Edwards b BEF 1692 in Westmoreland Co and x b BEF 1705
-4-2-2 James Cave b BEF 1740 in Overwharton Parish d aft 1742
-4-3-1 Elizabeth Waugh b 31 MAR 1740 in Overwharton Parish
-4-3-2 Travers Waugh b 24 JAN 1742/43 in Overwharton Parish d Aug 1765 Stafford Co
-4-2-1-1 Anne Withers b 10 DEC 1748 in Overwharton Parish m abt 1764 Thomas Mountjoy b 24 OCT 1740 in Overwharton Parish son of William Mountjoy b: 17 APR 1711 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia and Phyllis Riley b 15 NOV 1717 in St. Paul's Parish, Stafford
-4-2-1-2 Amelia "Million" Withers b 1750 in Stafford Co
-4-2-1-3 James Withers b 9 MAY 1752 in Hamilton Parish, Prince William Co
-4-2-1-4 William Withers b 20 FEB 1754 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co
-4-2-1-5 John Withers b 23 FEB 1756 in Overwharton Parish d 1828 Hardin KY m1? 1787 Culpepper VA Sarah Speake - 11 ch. listed, some duplicates with: m2? 21 Jul 1795 Botetourt VA Elizabeth ?? - 10 ch. listed
-4-2-1-6 Mildred Withers - abt 1750 Stafford Co VA
-4-2-1-7 Susan Withers b abt 1758 Botetourt Co VA
-4-2-1-8 Elizabeth Withers b 1770 Stafford VA - ???? m 1791 Michael Bower -
-4-2-1-9 Mary Cave Edwards b 1761 in Overwharton Parish m 2 Sep 1777 Alvin Mountjoy b 1 FEB 1745/46 in Overwharton Parish
-4-2-1-8-1 Harriet Bower
-4-2-1-8-2 Gustavus Bower
-4-2-1-8-3 Michael Bower
-4-2-1-8-4 William Bower
-4-2-1-8-5 Susan Bower
-4-2-1-8-6 Anna Maria Bower
-4-2-1-9-1 Mary Polly W. MOUNTJOY was born 1 May 1787 and died 6 Dec 1855 Joseph BEST b 2 1765 in VA. d 1822 in Falmouth, Pendleton, KY
-4-2-1-9-1-1 Sarah Mary BEST b 1822 m John BURWELL b 8 Nov 1817 in Zanesville, Muskingum, OH d 16 Jul 1870 in Portsmouth, Scioto, OH son of John BURWELL b 2 31 Dec 1782 in NJ d 16 Mar 1849 in Washington Twp Muskingum, OH m Violet Lettie LUCE on 15 Jul 1804 in Chester Morris Co NJ
-4-2-1-9-1-1-1 Mary BURWELL b 28 Aug 1843 d 14 Dec 1906 m Hobart GRAVES WETHERBEE b 19 Feb 1845 in Covington, Tioga, PA d 20 Feb 1885 in Saint Paul, Ramsey, MN
-4-2-1-9-1-1-1-1 Earl Hobart WETHERBEE b 13 Sep 1876 New Haven, MN d 26 Dec 1949 Saint Paul, Ramsey, MN m Mary Ellen BRIGGS b 3 Aug 1879 in SEYMOUR, Wayne, IA d 3 Mar 1963 in Saint Paul, Ramsey, MN
|Ja11-3||Anne Arroyah b about 1644
|Ja12-2+||Mary and Elizabeth, accompanied Pocahontas to England|
|Ja13=14||Kocoum married Pochohantas||.|
from http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vafauqui/doniphan.htm and other websites
|D011||Captain Alexander Doniphan b about 1630/53 d 1716 immigrated to Virginia from Plymouth, England in 1672 and settled in Westomreland County. He acquired the title of Captain by virtue of a commission in the Virginia Colonial Militia. Will probated 20 Sep 1716 in Richmond Co by which he bequeathed a large estate. Among itmes bequeathed was mentioned a "dymond" ring, a rare itme in Colonial records. He came to Virginia at the age of 18 years. From information furnished by: George H.S. King||.|
|m1||1669 Amy Partirdge||.|
|Do10-1||Amy Doniphan b about 1665
m1 John Kelly b about or after 1660 in Va, son of Matthew Kelly b before or about 1640 and Elizabeth Norton, daughter of Thomas Norton and Penelope.
m William Jennings b about 1695 in Richmond Co. Va
|Alexander Doniphan Kelly co-guardian of niece Martha Jennings.||.|
|Matthew Kelly co-guardian of niece Martha Jennings.||.|
|m2||Margaret MOTT b about 1661 d about 1709 dau of George Mott and Elizabeth x|
|?Do10||Lucy Doniphan b about 1670
m Sylent Bryant see above
|Do10-3||Alexander Doniphan b about 1672 possibly father or
grandfather of Joseph
m Sarah Sallis dau of Samuel Sallis and Sarah Catlett, dauof Col John Catlett and Elizabeth Underwood (who also married Taylor Lightfoot, Slaughter and Butler)
|Do10-4||Mott Doniphan b about 16?75/92 d aout 7 Oct 1776
m Rosanna Anderson dau of George Anderson b 1670, Virginia m 1693 Mary Matthews b 1670 (http://www.gunstonhall.org/library/masonweb/p54.htm#i6445 shows Mottram Doniphan and Matilda Ann Anderson having a dau Mary Doniphan b 10 Jul 1737 d 26 Dec 1781 m1 26 Feb 1754 Travers Cooke m2 13 Oct 1762 William Bronaugh.)
|-1 Capt Alexander Doniphan b ABT 1718 of Stafford CoVa
m 1740 Mary Waugh d 29 Mar 1766 Stafford Co see above dau of Joseph WAUGH and Mary CROSBY of Stafford Co
-2 Anderson Doniphan mGa8-1-1 Magdalen Monteith
-3 Anne Doniphan b ABT 1720 Stafford Co Va m 4 Aug 1743 George White b bef 1723
-4 Robert Doniphan b ABT 1724 Stafford Co
-5 Mary DONIPHAN was born about 1727 probably in Stafford Co m Travers COOKE 26 Feb 1754
-6 Margaret DONIPHAN
|-1-1 William DONIPHAN was born 20/30 Mar 1742 Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co Virginia William was wounded in the Revolutionary War
-1-2 George DONIPHAN was born 1743 probably in Overwharton Parish, Stafford killed at the Battle of Brandywine in the Revolution
-1-3 Elizabeth DONIPHAN was born 18 Apr 1744 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co d about 15 Jan 1809 in Fauquier Co m William SMITH about 1773 and lived in Fauquier Co Va.
-1-4 Margaret DONIPHAN was born in 1746 and married John KEITH
-1-5 Anne DONIPHAN b 28 Feb 1747 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co
-1-6 Alexander DONIPHAN was born 12 Mar 1750 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co m Mary DAVIS.
-1-7 Mott DONIPHAN b 10 Jun 1752 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co d before 8 Sep 1783 in King George Co Va.
-1-8 Joseph DONIPHAN b 1757 in King George Co Va d in 1813 Justice of the Peace in Fredericksburg. moved to Kentucky. served in the Revolution. m Ann Fowke SMITH 25 Apr 1784 in Fauquier Co Va.
-1-9 George Anderson Gowry DONIPHAN b about 1759 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co
-2-1 Gerard DONIPHAN
-2-2 Rosanna DONIPHAN
-2-3 Mary DONIPHAN
-2-4 Elizabeth DONIPHAN m Richard Jonathan Shippe b 12 Nov. 1747 son of Thomas Shipp b 1727 d. 1777 and Elizabeth Grant
-2-5 Lucretia DONIPHAN m Thomas MONTEITH left his will dated 1 Dec 1746 proved 6 Mar 1746/7 in King George Co
-1-3-1 Mary Waugh SMITH was born 1 Jan 1775 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
-1-3-2 Ann Anderson SMITH was born 7 Oct 1776 m Capt Joseph DONIPHAN "She was a mere child when she married Joseph DONIPHAN" at age 16 about 1792.
-1-3-3 Walter Anderson SMITH b 1779 in Fauquier Co d 1845 in Fauquier Co will is in Will Book C page 372 dated 18 Mar 1844 in Warrenton, Fauquier Co "To each of his nine sons he gave 350 acres of land with a fine orchard complete. Colonel R. A. McIntyre states that upon abstracting titles he finds Walter Smith of "Mt Eccentric" was one of the largest landowners and wealthiest planters of Virginia. m 22 Dec 1803 in Fauquier Co Catherine MOREHEADunty, dau of Presley MOREHEAD. Walter died in 17 October 1845 at Mt Eccentric. He was buried in the family graveyard as were his father and grandfather. m2 Charlotte TRIPLETT dau of Col Francis TRIPLETT + 9 Children.
-1-3-4 William Rowley SMITH b 12 Feb 1781 in Fauquier Co m 21 Mar 1809 in Fauquier Co Lucy BLACKWELL b 3 May 1793 d 1879
-1-3-5 Joseph Doniphan SMITH was born 26 Oct 1782 in Fauquier Co
-1-3-6 Elizabeth Doniphan SMITH b 30 Jul 1784 in Fauquier Co m Capt George DENEALE
-1-3-7 Catherine Harrison SMITH was born 12 Jun 1789 in Fauquier Co
-1-8-1=-1-3-2-1 Alexander W. DONIPHAN b 9 July 1808 in Mason Co, Ky.
-2-4-1 Emma Grant Shippe married William Truman Jr.
-2-4-1-1 Anderson Shippe Truman, ancestors of Pres. Harry S. Truman
|Do10-5||Robert Doniphan b about 1694 in Old Rappahannock Co lived in King George Co will in King George Co 3 Oct 1743
m Ellen HACKLEY about 1710
|-1 Robert DONIPHAN||.|
|Do10-6||Sarah Doniphan b about 1698 in Old Rappahannock Co
m William HANSFORD 12 Feb 1725/1726 at St Paul's Parish, Stafford Co
|Do10-7||Margaret Doniphan b about 1700 in Richmond Co d before 5 Jun 1724 in King George Co
m Owen DERMOTT about 1720.
|Do10-8||Elizabeth Doniphan b about 1702 Richmond Co Va
m1 Stephen Hansford b 1699 son of Stephen Senior Hansford b 1675, England m 1695 x
m 4 Aug 1743 Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co, George White b ABT 1702 - Of Westmoreland, Va
|-1 Alexander Hansford b ABT 1730 d King George, Va m 1752 Ann Turner||-1-1 Theodosius Hansford b 1768 d King George, Virginia m 1808 Jane Thornley d 1824||-1-1-1 Eliza Hansford b ABT 1810 Montgomery, Virginia m? d Montgomery Co Ky|
|Do10-9||Anne DONIPHAN was born about 1704 in Richmond Co||.|
|?Do10-?||Richard Donnahan b about 1650 participated in Bacon's Rebellion||.|
|m3||Susanna ?Travers mentioned the will Alexander Doniphan dated 20 Sep 1716 and and the will of Gyles TRAVERS||.|
m1 John Cave
m2 Gyles TRAVERS
|Do10-?-?||-1 Mary DONIPHAN was born in 1784 married Dr Anderson KEITH son of John KEITH
and Margaret DONIPHAN
-2 Thomas DONIPHAN was born in 1787 in Fredericksburg, married Rebecca FRAZEE
-3 George DONIPHAN was born was born in 1790 married Mary Ann MARSHALL and settled in Augusta, Kentucky.
-4 Margaret DONIPHAN was born in 1792 in Kentucky married John HOCKADAY
-5 Lucy DONIPHAN died young
-6 Susan Montgomery DONIPHAN was born in 1794 in Kentucky married DrDr. Ephraim FRAZEE
-7 Matilda DONIPHAN was born in 1805 married Edward THOMPSON
-8 Alexander William DONIPHAN was born 9 Jul 1808 moved to Missouri and married Elizabeth Jane THORNTON of Liberty, Missouri. Alexander was influential in the founding of William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri
-9 Anderson DONIPHAN was born 1764
|1. Robert Dalzell of that Ilk and Margaret Hamilton, circa 29 January 1551||.|
|1-1. Robert Dalzell of Ilk,||.|
|1-1-1||Robert Dalzell of that Ilk+1 d. b Feb 1610||.|
|m2||Christine Dundas, daughter of James Dundas, She married, secondly, James Robertson.||.|
|1-1-5.||John Dalyell was living at Midlothian in Edinburgh 2 Apr 1574||
Gen. Thomas Dalyell
|m||8 Oct 1601 Janet Bruce, daughter of Edward Bruce, 1st Baron Bruce of Kinlosse.|
|General Thomas Dalyell of the Binns b 1599. He died on 1 October 1685. General Thomas Dalyell of the Binns gained the rank of Colonel in 1642 in the service of the forces in Ireland.1 In 1649 he had charge of the customs of Carrickfergus.1 He fought in the Battle of Worcester in 1651, where he was captured and imprisoned in the Tower of London.1 He gained the rank of General in 1651 in the service of the royalist army. In 1652 he escaped to the Continent.1 He gained the rank of Lieutenant-General in 1655 in the service of the Russian Army, against the Poles and Turks.1 In 1666 he helped suppress the Covenanters.1 He was Commander-in-Chief of the Scotland between 1666 and 1685.1 He was invested as a Privy Counsellor (P.C.) [Scotland] in 1667.1 He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Linlithgowshire between 1678 and 1685.1 In 1681 he raised the Scots Greys.|
|m||Agnes Ker, dau of John Ker of Cavers.|
|.||Sir Thomas Dalyell, first Baronet Dalyell of Binns, the rank of Army Captain.1 He was created 1st Baronet Dalyell [Nova Scotia] on 7 November 1685, with remainder to his eldest son and heirs male and tailzie succeeding him in the estate of Binns.(Charles Mosley, editor, Burke's Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 1025. Hereinafter cited as Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition. )||.|
|m||Katherine Drummond daughter of William Drummond of Riccarton and Magdalen Dalyell.||.|
|m||James Montieth later Dalyell||.|
|Thomas Montieth married Phylis Gallop and had Magdelen Montieth||.|
|1-1-6.||James Dalzell was living at Midlothian in Edinburgh 2 Apr 1591||.|
|1-1-7.||Catherine Dalzell, married John Robertson, Sheriff Clerk of Lanark..||.|
|1-1-8.||Helen Dalzell, married John Stirling circa 16 November 1590, lived at Baldoran, Scotland.||.|
|1-2||William Dalzell, d 8 May 1555 slain by John Douglas. (L.
G. Pine, The New Extinct Peerage 1884-1971: Containing Extinct, Abeyant,
Dormant and Suspended Peerages With Genealogies and Arms (London, U.K.: Heraldry Today, 1972), page 55. Hereinafter cited as The New Extinct Peerage)
|1-3||Paul Dalzell, d. after 1512||.|
|1-4||John Dalzell, d. after 4 Jul 1524||.|
|1-5||Christian Dalzell, She married, firstly, John Somervill, lived at Cambusneth, Scotland.. She married, secondly, John Lindsay, lived at Covington, Scotland..1 She married, thirdly, John Crichton in 1556, lived at Ryhill, Yorkshire, England.||.|
|The part of this pedigree on the entertainer on Wayne
NEWTON is from: "NICOLE" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [Poca] Re. Wayne Newtons' search for Pocahontas
Date: Thu, 8 May 2003 10:21:03 -0400
Also on the Bryant line is Sherri Holmberg (Hampton) Lv2mykids@atlanticbb.net.
||One of the few sources is a booklet called
"MONTEITH Family & the Potomac Indians" by William "Bill" L. DEYO
& available for $24.99 from DeJoux Publications,
P.O. Box 1826, Dahlgren, Virginia, USA 22448.
DEYO is also descended from Japasaw &
(1) true ancestry of the NEWTONs of VA,Stafford-Co
(2) notes on HANSBROUGH family of "Salubria"
(3) identification of "Indian John" REDMAN of VA,Loudoun-Co
(4) names & distribution of some Nanzattico Indian children
(5) photos & portraits (including Scottish color portraits of the
She probably first saw Englishment in 1607 after Cpt. John Smith was captured on an expedition. Smith was received by Powatan who gave a feast which ended in a mock "execution and salvation" ceremony, which was traditional with the Indians, and if Smith's story is true, Pocahontas's actions were probably one part of a ritual. At any rate, Pocahontas and Smith soon became friends. Relations with the Indians continued to be generally friendly for the next year, and Pocahontas was a frequent visitor to Jamestown. She delivered messages from her father and accompanied Indians bringing food and furs to trade for hatchets and trinkets. She was a lively young girl, and when the young boys of the colony turned cartwheels, "she would follow and wheele some herself, naked as she was all the fort over." She apparently admired John Smith very much and would also chat with him during her visits. Her lively character and poise made her appearance striking. Several years after their first meeting, Smith described her: "a child of tenne yeares old, which not only for feature, countenance, and proportion much exceedeth any of the rest of his (Powhatan's) people but for wit and spirit (is) the only non-pariel of his countrie." When relations with the Powatans worsened her visits became more seldom. After Smith suffered a wound from gunpowder and returned to England in 1609 she was told he was dead. She married Kocoum in 1610 and lived in the Potomac country. Captain Samuel Argall, learned where she was and devised a plan to kidnap her and hold her for ransom. With the help of Japazaw, lesser chief of the Patowomeck Indians, Argall lured Pocahontas onto his ship. When told she would not be allowed to leave, she "began to be exceeding pensive and discontented," but she eventually became calmer and even accustomed to her captivity.
|Argall sent word to Powhatan that he would return his beloved daughter only when the chief had returned to him the English prisoners he held, the arms and tools that the Indians had stolen, and also some corn. After some time Powhatan sent part of the ransom and asked that they treat his daughter well. Argall returned to Jamestown in April 1613 with Pocahontas. She eventually moved to a new settlement, Henrico, which was under the leadership of Sir Thomas Dale. It was here that she began her education in the Christian Faith, and that she met a successful tobacco planter named John Rolfe in July 1613. Pocahontas was allowed relative freedom within the settlement, and she began to enjoy her role in the relations between the colony and her people. After almost a year of captivity, Dale brought 150 armed men and Pocahontas into Powhatan's territory to obtain her entire ransom. Attacked by the Indians, the Englishmen burned many houses, destroyed villages, and killed several Indian men.||Pocahontas was finally sent ashore where she was reunited with two of her brothers, whom she told that she was treated well and that she was in love with the Englishman John Rolfe and wanted to marry him. Powhatan gave his consent to this, and the Englishmen departed, delighted at the prospect of the "peace-making" marriage, although they didn't receive the full ransom. John Rolfe was a very religious man who agonized for many weeks over the decision to marry a "strange wife," a heathen Indian. He finally decided to marry Pocahontas after she had been converted to Christianity, "for the good of the plantation, the honor of our country, for the glory of God, for mine own salvation ..." Pocahontas was baptized, christened Rebecca, and later married John Rolfe on April 5, 1614. A general peace and a spirit of goodwill between the English and the Indians resulted from this marriage.||Sir Thomas Dale made an important voyage back to London in the spring of 1616. His purpose was to seek further financial support for the Virginia Company and, to insure spectacular publicity, he brought with him about a dozen Algonquian Indians, including Pocahontas. Her husband and their young son, Thomas, accompanied her. The arrival of Pocahontas in London was well publicized. She was presented to King James I, the royal family, and the rest of the best of London society. Also in London at this time was Captain John Smith, the old friend she had not seen for eight years and whom she believed was dead. According to Smith at their meeting, she was at first too overcome with emotion to speak. After composing herself, Pocahontas talked of old times. At one point she addressed him as "father," and when he objected, she defiantly replied: "Were you not afraid to come into my father's Countrie, and caused feare in him and all of his people and feare you here I should call you father: I tell you I will, and you shall call mee childe, and so I will be for ever and ever your Countrieman."||This was their last meeting.
After seven months Rolfe decided to return his family to Virginia, In March 1617 they set sail. It was soon apparent, however, that Pocahontas would not survive the voyage home. She was deathly ill from pneumonia or possibly tuberculosis. She was taken ashore, and, as she lay dying, she comforted her husband, saying, "all must die. 'Tis enough that the child liveth." She was buried in a churchyard in Gravesend, England. She was 22 years old.
Pocahontas played a significant role in American history. As a compassionate little girl she saw to it that the colonists received food from the Indians, so that Jamestown would not suffer the fate of the "Lost Colony." She is said to have intervened to save the lives of individual colonists. In 1616 John Smith wrote that Pocahontas was "the instrument to pursurve this colonie from death, famine, and utter confusion." And Pocahontas not only served as a representative of the Virginia Indians, but also as a vital link between the native Americans and the Englishmen. Whatever her contributions, the romantic aspects of her life will no doubt stand out in Virginia history forever.
The tribe is governed by a weroance (chief) and a tribal council composed of seven members, elected every four years. The chief and council execute all the tribal governmental functions as set forth by their laws. The laws are administered by tribal members. Elections are held every four in the traditional manner using peas and corn kernels. During the elections, a basket is passed around, including the same number of peas and corn kernels as voters. Members first vote for the chief, followed by votes for the seven council members. For each candidate, voters use a corn kernel to vote "yes" and a pea to vote "no".
An 1894 study of the Pamunkey reported on traditional elections:
“The council names two candidates to be voted for. Those favoring the election of candidate number 1 must indicate their choice by depositing a grain of corn in the ballot-box at the schoolhouse, while those who favor the election of candidate number 2 must deposit a bean in the same place. The former or the latter candidate is declared chosen according as the grains of corn or the beans predominate.”
|The same study noted that tribal laws were concerned with,
but not limited to, controlling land use, stealing, and fighting (breaking
the peace). Instead of using corporal punishment, incarceration, or chastisement,
anyone who broke a tribal law was fined or banished. Today, the tribe does
not write most of its laws. They resented that in the past, outsiders picked
out some laws for ridicule. No outsiders are now allowed to see tribal
Tribal laws govern all civil matters. In criminal matters, outside authorities respect tribal authority. If a sheriff needs to serve a warrant, he goes to the chief first for permission. The tribe does not operate a police force or jail. Most members of the tribe obey the tribal laws out of respect for the chief and the council. The tribe discourages verbal attacks against members. As the Chief Brown explains, they have strict slander laws because, "We're like a 400-year-old subdivision. If we didn't get along we'd have probably killed each other long before now."
The major duty of the chief is to pay the annual tribute to the Virginia Governor. This tribute consists of game, usually a deer, and pottery or a "peace pipe". It is a payment the tribe has been making since the treaty of 1646. Making this annual payment has not always been easy. Chief Miles remembers one year that was particularly hard, "We couldn't find anything, no deer, no turkeys--nothing. My dad was chief then, and we knew we had to have something to present to the governor; so we went to a turkey farm, bought a live turkey, brought it back to the reservation and killed it. That way we were able to fulfill the terms of the treaty--after all it was killed on the reservation." The Pamunkey pay tribute annually to uphold their part of the treaty. As far as anyone knows, they have not missed a payment in 331 years.
Based on archaeological evidence, scholars estimate that various distinct cultures of Native Americans occupied this part of the mid-Atlantic coast for more than 10,000 years before European contact. Evidence has been collected by archaeologists, anthropologists, and historians. Varying indigenous cultures lived in the areas later occupied by the historic Pamunkey.
The Pamunkey are part of the larger Algonquian-speaking language family. This was composed of a number of tribes who spoke variations of the same language, a language now mostly lost. By 1607 more than 30 tribes were tributaries of the Algonquian Powhatan Confederacy, of which the Pamunkey were the largest. They were one of the most powerful tribes. Powhatan and his daughter Pocahontas, who achieved historical fame, were Pamunkey Indians.
Colonists of the first successful English settlement, based at Jamestown, had a complicated relationship with Virginia Indians. In the winter of1607, Opechancanough, chief of the Pamunkey tribe, captured Captain John Smith. Smith was brought to the paramount chief, Chief Powhatan. This first meeting between Powhatan and Smith resulted in an alliance between the two people. Powhatan sent Smith back to Jamestown in the Spring of 1608 and started sending gifts of food to the colonists. If not for Powhatan's donations, the settlers would not have survived through the first winters. As the settlement expanded, competition for land and other resources, and conflict between the settlers and Virginia tribes increased.
|Original English impressions
Pamunkey tribal members re-enact the story of Pocahantas. Photo taken in 1910.The story of Pocahontas tells a piece of Pamunkey history, but from an English perspective. Study of primary documents from the time of English arrival show that initial contact was characterized by mutual cultural misunderstanding. Colonists portrayed the Virginia Indians by contrasts. They had respect for Powhatan, but characterized other Indians by terms such as “naked devils”, showing fear. Fear and appreciation of Indians was coupled with distrust and uneasiness. John Smith’s diary expresses such duality: “It pleased God, after a while, to send those people which were our mortal enemies to relieve us with victuals, as bread, corn fish, and flesh in great plenty, which was the setting up of our feeble men, otherwise we had all perished” (Southern, 35).
The English distrusted most tribes, but they noted the Pamunkey did not steal. “Their custom is to take anything they can seize off; only the people of Pamunkey we have not found stealing, but what others can steal, their king receiveth.” (Southern, 83).
Powhatan could not understand the English approach. "What it will avail you to take by force you may quickly have by love, or to destroy them that provide you food? What can you get by war, when we can hide our provisions and fly to the woods? Whereby you must famish by wronging us your friends. And why are you thus jealous of our loves seeing us unarmed, and both do, and are willing still to feed you, with that you cannot get but by our labors?" (Southern, 97). Smith included this translation of Powhatan's questions in his writings.
|Powhatan’s maternal relative and ultimate successor,Opechancanough,
launched attacks in 1622 and 1644 as a result of English encroaching on
Powhatan lands. The first, known as the Indian Massacre of 1622, destroyed
settlements such as Henricus and Wolstenholme Towne, and nearly wiped out
the colony. Jamestown was spared in the attack of 1622 due to a warning.
During each attack, about 350-400 settlers were killed. In 1622 the population
had been 1,200; and in 1644, 8,000 prior to the attacks. Captured in 1646,
Opechancanough was killed by an English guard, against orders. His death
contributed to the decline of the Powhatan Chiefdom.
In 1646 the first treaty was signed between the Opechancanough's successor,Necotowance, and the English. The treaty set up boundaries between lands set aside for the Virginia tribes and those that were now considered English owned, reservations lands, and yearly tribute payment of fish and game (made to the English). These boundaries could not be crossed unless it was on official business and badges had to be worn to illustrate the point.
The Virginia Colony continued to grow and encroach on Indian land, making it impossible for them to sustain traditional practices. Many Pamunkey were forced to work for the English or were enslaved. As the colonial settlement grew, so did settlers' resistance to Indian attacks.
|Bacon's Rebellion, which began in 1675, resulted in attacks
on several tribes that were loyal to the English. Historians see the rebellion
as mostly arising out of colonist Nathaniel Bacon and Governor Sir William
Berkeley's personal rivalry. Some of the causes of the rebellion were declining
tobacco prices (economic problems), growing commercial competition (from
Maryland and the Carolinas), an increasingly restricted English market,
and rising prices from English manufactured goods (mercantilism). Bacon,
and colonists who agreed with him, found a scapegoat in continuing tensions
and raids by local Virginia tribes. During reprisals for an incident in
what is now Fairfax County, Bacon and his followers attacked innocent tribes,
including the Pamunkey, for raids conducted by others.
Cockacoeske (weroansqua of the Pamunkey), who succeeded her husband after he was killed fighting for the English, was an ally of Berkeley against Bacon. To the English, she was known as "Queen of the Pamunkey". She is known for having signed the Articles of Peace (Treaty of Middle Plantation) after Bacon's Rebellion ended. As a result of the treaty, she gained authority over the Rappahannock and Chickahominy tribes, which had not formerly been under the paramount chiefdom of the Pamunkey. Completion of the treaty ushered in a time of peace between the Virginia tribes and the English. This treaty was signed by more tribal leaders than that of 1646. It reinforced the annual tribute payments and added the Siouan and Iroquoian tribes to the Tributary Indians of the colonial government. More reservation lands were established for the tribes, but the treaty required Virginia Indian leaders to acknowledge they and their peoples were subjects of the King of England.
|Pamunkey Indians today
Today, there are about 200 tribal members, many of whom live at least part time on their 1,200-acre (4.9 km²) reservation.
The Pamunkey have been able to survive because of their ability to adapt as a tribe. Withstanding pressure to give up their reservation lands has helped them maintain traditional ways. Men use some of the old methods for fishing, part of the tribe's traditional heritage. They also continue to hunt and trap on reservation lands.
In 1918 the tribe built a shad hatchery to ensure continuation of an important food source. When shad are caught, the eggs of females are taken and placed into a bucket. Sperm from males are put into the same bucket. At holding tanks, the fertilized eggs are allowed to grow and hatch. Once the new fish are grown enough, usually after 21 days, they are flushed back into the river. Chief Miles estimates that seven million fry were put back into the river in 1998 and probably triple that amount in 1999.
The Pamunkey tradition of pottery making dates back to before the English settled Jamestown. They have been using clay from the banks of the Pamunkey River since pre-historic times. Many continue to use the traditional method. To do so, they let the clay dry, then break it into smaller pieces. These pieces are soaked in water until reaching the consistency of cream. The clay is strained to remove rocks or debris. The water is drained and pressed out until the clay is like dough. It is then ready to be made into pots. Traditional pottery by Pamunkey ancestors of the Woodland Period was strengthened with crushed or burned shells, crushed steatite, river pebbles, or quartz sand.
|In 1932, during the Great Depression, the state of Virginia helped the Pamunkey develop their pottery as a source of income. The state set up a program for a Pottery School and provided a teacher. The State furnished materials for the building, but the tribe built it themselves. Tribal members learned methods to increase the speed of manufacture. They incorporated firing pottery in a kiln and using glazes into their techniques. They learned to use squeeze molds to produce copies of pots quickly. Kiln firing produced finished pottery of more uniform brown tones than the shades of gray from traditional pottery techniques.||Pamunkey pottery-makers learned how to paint and glaze
pots. The teacher taught them designs and pictographs based on well-known
and popular Southwestern Indian traditions. Two pictographs represent important
stories to the tribe: the story of Captain John Smith and Pocahontas and
the story of the treaty that set up payments of game. After the teacher
left the school, some members returned to traditional pottery techniques.
Today, Pamunkey use both traditional and newer techniques to create their pieces. To differentiate, pots made the traditional way are called "blackware." The Pamunkey Indian Museum has a variety of vessels, as well as videos and exhibits that explain the differences in construction methods, types of temper, and decorating techniques.
The Pamunkey ensured their Pamunkey Indian Museum, built in 1979, resembled the traditional yehakin. Located on the reservation, it provides visitors with insight into the tribe's long history and culture. Included are artifacts from more than 10,000 years of indigenous settlement, replicas of prehistoric materials, and stories. The Smithsonian Institution recently selected the Pamunkey as one of 24 tribes to be featured in the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) in Washington, DC.
establishing the relationship of the Gallops, Elkins, Monteith and Bryants with Keziah Arroyah
1634 JOHN ELKIN (no age) Arrival Maryland; passenger on the Ark or the Dove, the ships of George Calvert, 1st Lord Baltimore.
1634 JOHN ELKIN, Jamestown, Merchant; no additional data. Aren't they the same person?
"Cavaliers & Pioneers"; Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents & Grants, by Nell Marion Nugent, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1979.
1623-1666; Vol. I, Patent Book No. 3, Page 242
1653 May; Capt. Nathaniel Hurd, 250 acres at Queen Hith, on North side of James River, beginning at a small creek which divides this from land of Mr. Burham, decsd, along marked trees of land of Capt. Flint, decsd, to head of Run dividing land between Mr. Nowells and Mr. Hurd etc.
|Same date and page. Transfer of five persons: Anne Gamon,
Kath. Dearing(or Deaning), SAMPSON ALKIN, Richard Howell, George Blower.
PATENT BOOK No. 4, Page 364
1657 Feb. 10; Darcy Oatley, 350 acres, James City Co. On N. side of James River beginning at the main swamp and running along Edward Kinge (or Knight) marked trees, etc. Transfer of seven persons: Darcy Oatley, Jno. Bayly, Wm. Stronge, Xph. Wingfield, RALPH ELKIN, Math. Wms.(Williams), Phillip Gapper. Assigned unto Thomas Hollyday and renewed in his name.
p. 402; Yorke County, VA.; 1661 January 13th:
PATENT BOOK 5, page 462, Gloster Co., VA. 1665 June 20th:
Mr. Richard Young, Sr. 1700 acres Gloster Co., 900 acres part of Waire Parish, beginning at marked tree of Thomas Todd on west side of Cow Creek on the head of Waire Parish upon the North River in said Bay, beginning at mouth of Back Creek running WNW until it meets said 900 acres &c. The said 1700 acres found to be within the bounds of 2400 acres granted to Edmond Dawber, 28 Nov 1642, and by his heir, sold to said Young and John Price, both of LONDON, 17 June 1659, said Price dying, said Young, survivor, received the whole patent, due for transfer of 34 persons: Isaack Stephens, William Lannaman, Jonathan Thouroughgood, Humphry Buckley, Thomas Jones, Jno. Nelson, Job Sutton, Margtt. Kate(or Kale), Thomas Bayly, Jno. Aiden(or Hiden), Edw. Smith, James Simmons, Tho. Greene, Rich. Mannering, Jno. Beals(or Bearts), James Goodwin, William Smith, RALPH ELKINS, Jonathan Mott, Ann Harper, Mary Harper, James Nelson, Augustine Skiner, Wm. Ayhurt, Gabriell Norton, Jno. Hay, 8 negroes. (It appears those transported were from LONDON as well.)
|PATENT BOOK, 2, 1666/1695, BOOK 6, pp. 211/212:
1673 November 4th,: Jno. Prosser and Tho. Pannell, 5200 JOHN ASHTON, Will probated Stafford County, 26 Jan. 1682(83), and willed land he inherited from Col. Peter Ashton to James Ashton, their brother. He was formerly of Lowth (Louth). John Ashton's wife's name was Elizabeth and Capt. John Ashton, probably a son.JAMES ASHTON, died, Stafford County, formerly of Kirby-Underwood, Lincolnshire. His Will, dated 18 Aug. 1686 (87), names RICHARD ELKINS, John Ashton, son of Charles Ashton, Justice of Peace, and Col. Peter Ashton, Sheriff of Northumberland Co.,, VA. James Ashton hadGodchildren: RICHARD ELKIN, Sarah Mattershead, Miss Rosier, daughter of John Rosier, and Elizabeth Sebastian, and willed RICHARD ELKINS 100 acres of his land. The Estate "Chatterton" King George, VA., now belongs to a Tayloe family.
|STAFFORD COUNTY ORDER BOOK, abstracted by Sam & Ruth
p.57, Court held 28 Oct. 166, #339. MARY ELKING & THOMAS NETHAWAY gave their depositions in a court case involving a horse belonging to Robert Osburne. Was she wife of RALPH ELKINS?
1681 Nov. 8th; RALPH ELKIN purchased from Major Ashton, 150 acres of land in the Parish of St. Pauls, Stafford Co., Virginia, the plantation on which William Burton now lives.
1698-STAFFORD CO. DEED BOOK; John Waugh, clerk of Stafford Co. bought 70 acres from John Elkin...land to John Elkin by request of Samuel BOLT (Boll,sic) who bought it from James Ashton, bounded easterly with tract formerly belonging to Ralph Elkin.
1702 STAFFORD CO., DB W-2, p. 140, John Waugh bought 170 acres from John Elkin on 11 May 1702
1705 CHARLES CITY CO., Charles Evans, 176 acres Charles City Co., 1May 1705, p.661. Transportation of 4 persons: RICHARD ELKINS, Thomas Totty, Elizabeth Pratt, Joshua Pritchett. Is he son of Ralph or a new immigrant? Could he be the Richard of Halifax Co. Records 1750 to 1753?
1715 ELIZABETH, CITY CO.; EMANUEL ELKIN witnessed marriage of Anthony Williams to Rebecca Armstead. Benjamin Elkins of Culpepper Co., 1787 has a son named Emanuel. Is there a relationship?
|ABSTRACTS OF ORDER BOOK OF STAFFORD COUNTY, VA 1664-1668;
1689-1690; abstracted by Ruth and Sam Sparacio
p.33-Court held 9ber (October?) 1666, page 57: Deposition regarding dispute of a horse made by Thomas Nethaway and MARY ELKING. Was she wife of RALPH ELKIN.
p.59-Court held Xber 12th Anno 1689, page 8: RALPH ELKIN petition that he be released from paying levys or public duties as he is now "sick and weak and past his labours". Granted.
p.84-Court held 7th April 1760, page 49: RALPH ELKINS again asks discharge from bond and Securityship and was released due to being "very antient, sick and weak".
p.104-Court held 9 July 1690, page 76. RICHARD ELKIN was summoned by sheriff to this Court to bring security and enter into bond concerning the Estate of David Thomas dcsd, his Father, RALPH ELKIN being lately dead......purchased by deed 150 acres of land from Major James Ashton. The said RALPH ELKINS by his "last will and testament dated the 26th day of May, 1690" (now lost) gave this land to his sons, RICHARD and NATHANIEL ELKIN. The said RICHARD ELKINS by indenture, 10 April 1726 sold this property to John Fitzhugh.
Page 242: 10 May 1726, RICHARD ELKINS, Jr., son, also by indenture, conveys this same property to John Fitzhugh. STAFFORD CO.,VA Deed BK. 1722/28.,p.313
1698 June 4, SAMUEL BOLT(Boll? sic) bequeathed land (100 acres) to JOHN ELKINS, son of RALPH ELKIN.
|Abstracts from Stafford Co.,VA, Deed Book 1722-1728;page
422; Deed Bk. pg. 313: by Geo. Ha. Sa. King, Fredericksburg, VA.
Indenture 7 June 1726 it is stated that "Samuel Bolt (sic) who by his
last will and Testament bequeathed the said Land (100 acres) to JOHN ELKIN
son of RALPH ELKIN, the said JOHN ELKIN the 4th day of June 1698 conveyed
the same to John Waugh, who on the 11th of May 1702 sells the same to George
Procter, Sr. and George Procter, Jr., and William Procter, his sons...."
the sons, then lease this 100 acres to John Fitzhugh.
"MARRIAGES OF RICHMOND COUNTY VIRGINIA 1668-1853" by Geo. H. S. King:
pg. 64: ELKINS, RICHARD (son of Ralph) married by 12 January 1695 Mary Williams, daughter of Evan and Christian Williams; they have a son JAMES ELKINS, a minor, who is to be educated. DB #2, p. 87; DB #6, p,.37.
pg. 175: Benjamin Rush (16??-1766) of Westmoreland, King George, and Prince William counties of Virginia, and Bute County, North Carolina, married in the spring of 1717 Amy (surname unknown), widow of James Elkins (16??-1717), son of Richard and Mary (Williams) Elkins (q.V.),
p. 64. James Elkins' plantation of 250 acres fell into King George County
upon its formation in 1721.
RICHMOND COUNTY VIRGINIA WILL BOOK #2.
1694 Jan. 12; p.47-Deed of Gift: James Elkins, son of Richard Elkins and his wife, Mary (Williams) Elkins, is willed by Mrs. Christian Williams of St. Mary's Parish in Richmond Co., "5 cows, a good feather bed and furniture and two brass kettles, one to hold about 13 gallons, 2 iron pots, 1 bell, mettle spice mortar and pestle, 5 pewter dishes, 2 horses and 2000 lbs. tobacco in cask" to be paid for aforesaid grandchild, (James Elkins) schooling when he comes to age of 23 yrs. Deed of Gift signed with her mark. 1726 ORDER BOOK, KING GEORGE CO., pg. 309; "On motion of Benjamin Rush, it is ordered that he be appointed guardian of JOSEPH ELKIN."
|KING GEORGE CO., DEEDS, BK. I, pt. II, pg. 400, Deed of
Sale: 5 Oct. 1727 Grantor-John I Owen, wife, Elinor (Gallop) Owen. Grantee-Nathaniel
Ellkins of King George Co., carpenter Parcell of land bounded upon line
of Major John Fitzhugh, Thomas Grigsby and Edward Brumstead. Signed in
the presence of Richard RE Ellkins,Jr. and Jos. Crouch.
1735 KING GEORGE COUNTY DEEDS: At a County Court, Deed of Lease and Release Recorded, 6 Feb. 1735 for Indenture between James Brissee, #2?, wife Elinor, Richard Elkins and Mary, his wife and Robert Duncom and Ann, his wife, daughters and Coheirs ofRobert Gollop decd. of one part and by George James of the other part by deed of lease and release.....land granted untoBryan Foley and Robert Gollop, Father of Elinor, Mary and Ann,...24 Feb. 1714/15. Note: Husband of Elinor, 1727 was John I Owen.
KING GEORGE CO.,VA., Court Order Bk. I; pg. 164 Upon the petition of Richard Elkings and Mary, his wife, for the said Mary's part of her Father's estate. It is ordered that John Owens pay him the sum of seventeen pounds, sixteen shillings and eight parts with 105 fs.(pounds sterling?)
|KING GEORGE DEED ABSTRACTS: 1735/1752; DB 3., PP.144/148:
9 MAY 1746, In a land dispute between George Mouton and Samuel Donne, Mr. Thomas Monteith and Mr. Richard Elkins give oath: "Thomas Montiethaged fifty two years..Richard Elkins aged forty seven.. (1746-47=1699)!! Birth Year.
KING GEORGE CO., BONDS
6 Dec. 1723; p. 1.,Wm. Lampton,dcd., bond for Richard Ellkins,
COUNTY INVENTORIES; p. 302
William Summerton of county of King George and Parish of Brunswick made
his will 13th Nov. 1741. Presented into court 2 March 1743 (1744) by Rebecca
Summerton his Executrix and admitted to record.
KING GEORGE CO. INVENTORY, abstracted by Torrance: p. 138:
1751 RICHARD ELKIN (#2) died. Widow, Mary apptd. Administrator
|AMELIA COUNTY COURT ORDER BOOK, 1735-1746, by G.J. McConnaughey
1745, May 17, p. 314-B, Ordered road be cleared from head of Little
Roanoke River along the ridge between Briery Creek & Buffelloe River
to Rutlidge's ford over Appomattox River. The group included RALPH ELKIN.
1777,WILL BK., PRINCE EDWARD CO.,VA for ROBERT ALKINS,(Elkins?)
KING GEORGE CO DEED BOOK #4. PP. 115/116; 5 Sept. 1771, in an indenture there is a map showing the residences of Mary Elkins and Martha Elkins. Was Martha the widow of William of Stafford Co. recorded as mother of David bn. 1742, Overwharton Parish?
|KING GEORGE CO., DEED BOOK #5;
1779 Oct.2: Indenture between JOHN ELKIN of the County of Caroline, planter and LUCY, his wife, of the one part and William Price of the County aforesaid, planter, and of the other Elkins conveys for 40 pounds current money of Virginia, tract of land in County of King George containing 129 acres more or less, which said land was by Deed duly proved and recorded given and conveyed by the said JOHN ELKINS,, and by his Mother, MARY ELKINS. Is he son of Richard #2.?
KING GEORGE COUNTY WILLS; BOOK A, 1752/1780;
|WESTMORELAND CO. DEEDS and WILLS Reel #2.
Virginia State Archives microfilm Book #1. 1653/1671 (Books missing 1671 to 1691)
Book #2. 1691-1699 Index: pp. 258, 300, 355: entries are for transactions by Samuel Earle I; details not noted here.
1664 Nov.15, p. 317: JOHN ASHTON, Captain, 783 acres, North Beaver Dams, Alltopin Creek, South Nauritox Path for transfer of 16 persons. Names recorded under this patent.
1667 Oct.30: That land sold and recorded to Stephen Howard
1665 May 30: p. 324, Northall to Ashton
1665 Nov.15: p. 281, 500 acres to Mrs. Anne Broadhurst by Peter Ashton.
MICROFILM VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE, V. 10, p. 292/293.
RALPH ELKIN DIED BETWEEN 7 APRIL 1690 AND 9 JULY 1690
|"VIRGINIA HISTORICAL GENEALOGIES" by John B. Boddie-1954.
pg.69; Grigsby of Stafford County, VA
John Grigsby removed to Stafford previous to August 18, 1686, for James Ashton of Stafford, in his will of that date, leaves RICHARD ELKIN 100 acres adjoining upon John Grigsby of "the 1/4 dividend" (10 V. 292).
James Ashton was brother of John Ashton of Stafford whose will was made
in 1675,sworn to 6 day, 7 month, 1682, and probated January 26, 1682-83.
(Sweeney, p. 88)....brother, James Ashton to be exr. but after his death
to my cousin John Ashton of Russell St., at the Adam and Eve in London.
"GENEALOGIES OF VIRGINIA FAMILIES" Vol. I and Vol IV; indexed by Judith
McGhan by Baltimore Publishing Co. page 86:"The Will of Richard Bryan (Book
Z, p. 227) dated April 5, 1703.
|STAFFORD COUNTY DEED Bk., 1722-1728, pg. 234:
RICHARD ELKINS of Hanover Parish, King George County, son of RALPH ELKINS of Stafford county, who on 8 Nov.1681
KING GEORGE CO. DEED BOOK I-A, 1729-1735, pg. 225-226
KING GEORGE CO., D-BK. II, PP.251-255
ABSTRACTS-NORTH CAROLINA of the Minutes of Court Pleas and Quarter Sessions
for Cumberland Co., N. C.: Vol. I, Oct. 1755/Jan 1779
|WILLS OF RICHMOND CO.,VA 1699/1800 p.48, by Robert K. Headley,
7 Dec. 1720 RICHARD ELKINS, age 51, (bn. 1669) and another witness heard Robert Gallop declare....his 2 daughters, Eleanor and (Tolis-Phyllis) should have all land at Deep Run, this county...to be equally divided. This nuncupative will was apparently contested and reversed.
RICHMOND CO., VA MGES.
PRINCE WILLIAM CO. VA, DEED Bk. B, pp.180/181:
|"KING GEORGE CO., WILL BOOK" by Ha. S. King
1745 June 4;"I, Maxfield Brown, in Parish of Hanover, County of King George..." bequeaths each of his five daughters Five Shillings, viz: Elizabeth Triplett, FRANCES ELKINS, Martha Whiting, and Sibella Lightburn. "unto my two sons Newman Brown and George Brown all and every part of my estate...." Recorded July 5, 1745.
MARRIAGES OF RICHMOND COUNTY: BROWN, WILLIAM (16??-1699) married by
7 December, 1693, Frances Moss, elder daughter of William Moss, Sr. (1632-1685)
of Rappahannock County: she m(2) James Ingo (1680-1725) (q.v.). The will
of William Brown, proved 7 June 1699, was recorded is now missing WB#1.
William Brown was the eldest of the three sons of William Brown, Sr. who
died testate in Rappahannock County in 1677; his land on Chingateaque Creek
in Sittenburn Parish (now King George County was devised to his sons William,
John and Maxfield Brown. COB#2,p.409; COB#6, p.112; DB#2,p.1-2; WB#2,p.9;
|LANCASTER COUNTY COURT ORDER Book No. 1, pg. 9, 1652 A
certificate was granted to a Dame Elizabeth Lunsford for the transportation
of several persons, including Robert Stringfellow.
In 1721 a William Stringfellow, Locksmith, is found in King George County Records. He died intestate in 1746 leaving issue by his wife, Sarah, seven sons. (Was she a sister to Richard and John Elkins?).
The King George Court of 4th March 1747/8 ordered his estate be divided and allot David Seale his part (husband of the widow) and the remainder to Richard Elkin. Why?
p.722: #3 son, James Stringfellow (1734-1805). Indenture dated 1 April 1748 states he is aged 13 on 24th November, last; he was bound to serve RICHARD ELKINS, carpenter. James Stringfellow died in the county of Culpepper in the 72nd year of his age, (1806).
Ann Tutt, daughter Alice Hansford, and the other fifth part to be equally divided between my two granddaughters Mary Ann Armstrong and LUCY ELKINS (wife of John Elkin, son of Richard and Mary?)
|MONTGOMERY CO., VA. Deed and Will Book, B, 1773/1797, p.177.
18 Aug. 1791; Will recorded for ARCHIBALD ELKINS, born 1756. DAR Patriot
Index V-1, p.217
Abstract of Will: Heirs, wife, Margaret,sons John, Abasalom and David. Daughters, Elizabeth md. Barnett Farmer, Mary, and Lydia.
Family History "Emern Altizer & His Descendants", p.125, Chapter on Elkins Family, states David never married and died 1791.
BK No. 21-1780-1804:
1797, November 26th. Abstract, Will of NATHANIEL ELKIN: Gives to his brother, Jeremiah Elkin, all wearing apparel and five pounds. Gives to his sister, Lettice Terl five pounds current money. Gives to his nephew Benjamin Elkin, three tracts of land in King George County, that he now lives on, a tract that Alexander Acres now lives on and 75 acres "which descended to me by the death of my father, Nathaniel Elkin. Also, all residue of real and personal estate.
|KING GEORGE CO. WILL BOOK 2., P. 346: 1804 July 5, Will
of JEREMIAH ELKIN, names wife, Mary, children, John, Nathaniel, Elizabeth
So, Jeremiah #1 has a son Benjamin, Benjamin #1. has a son Benjamin, and Jeremiah #2. has a son Benjamin.
Ann Tutt, daughter Alice Hansford, and the other fifth part to be equally divided between my two granddaughters Mary Ann Armstrongand LUCY ELKINS (wife of John Elkin, son of Richard and Mary?)
|MONTGOMERY CO., VA. Deed and Will Book, B, 1773/1797, p.177.
18 Aug. 1791; Will recorded for ARCHIBALD ELKINS, born 1756. DAR Patriot
Index V-1, p.217
Abstract of Will: Heirs, wife, Margaret,sons John, Abasalom and David. Daughters, Elizabeth md. Barnett Farmer, Mary, and Lydia.
Family History "Emern Altizer & His Descendants", p.125, Chapter on Elkins Family, states David never married and died 1791. BK No. 21-1780-1804:
1797, November 26th. Abstract, Will of NATHANIEL ELKIN: Gives to his brother, Jeremiah Elkin, all wearing apparel and five pounds. Gives to his sister, Lettice Terl five pounds current money. Gives to his nephew Benjamin Elkin, three tracts of land in King George County, that he now lives on, a tract that Alexander Acres now lives on and 75 acres "which descended to me by the death of my father, Nathaniel Elkin. Also, all residue of real and personal estate.
|KING GEORGE CO. WILL BOOK 2., P. 346: 1804 July 5, Will of JEREMIAH ELKIN, names wife, Mary, children, John, Nathaniel, Elizabeth and Jeremiah.|
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