Charles Hynson1

M, b. 1662
FatherThomas Hynson2 b. b Feb 1620, d. b 20 Jan 1667
MotherGrace (?)3
Last Edited26 Jan 2016
     Charles Hynson was Clerk of Kent County (1692,1694) and Justice in 1694, 1700 and 1701.4 Charles Hynson was born in 1662 at Kent County, Maryland; "gave deposition of 45 years of age in 1708."1,5 He was the son of Thomas Hynson and Grace (?)2,3 Charles Hynson witnessed the will of Thomas Hynson on 14 December 1678 at Talbot County, Maryland; "mentions his wife Anne, his brother Charles, his sons Thomas, William, and Richard, and other children (not named)."5 Charles Hynson married Margaret Harris, daughter of Maj William Harris and Jane Boone, on 25 March 1687 in St. Paul's Parish, Kent County, Maryland; "St. Paul's Regester."5 Charles Hynson left a will on 10 January 1703 at Kent County, Maryland; Proved 6 Nov 1711.6 He was buried on 24 May 1711 at St. Paul's, Kent County, Maryland.7

Children of Charles Hynson and Margaret Harris

Citations

  1. Hanson, Old Kent, p. 100.
  2. Malcolm H. Harris, Old New Kent County : some account of the planters, plantations, and places in ., page 99.
  3. Mackenzie, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES.
  4. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies.
  5. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Hynson And Smith Families by Christopher Johnston.
  6. Jane Baldwin Cotton, Maryland Calendar Of Wills, page 99.
  7. Hanson, Old Kent, Page 104.

Elsa Heimbach1

F, b. 1662
FatherJohannes Heimbach II2
MotherClara Jung2
Last Edited4 Apr 2016
     Elsa Heimbach was born in 1662 at Trupbach, Siegen, Westfalen, Prussia.3 She was the daughter of Johannes Heimbach II and Clara Jung.2 Elsa Heimbach married Phillipp Fischbach, son of Johannes Fischbach and Catharina Heinbach, on 30 May 1683 at Trupbach, Siegen, Westfalen, Prussia.1,3

Children of Elsa Heimbach and Phillipp Fischbach

  • Clara Fischbach2
  • Anna Elizabeth Fischbach2
  • Elisabeth Fischbach2
  • Agnes Fischbach2
  • Johannes Fischbach2
  • Herman Fischbach2
  • Mary Elizabeth Fischbach+1 b. 7 Aug 1696, d. c 1760

Citations

  1. Melville, SPILMAN PAPERS, p. 133.
  2. International Genealogical Index (IGI), (AFN:8PRM-0P) Philipp Fischbach.
  3. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Pedigree Chart of John Spilman of Culpepper VA.

James Steele1

M, b. August 1662
FatherSamuel Steele1 b. 1627, d. 1670
Last Edited31 Aug 2016
     James Steele was born in August 1662 at Farmington, Connecticut.2 He was the son of Samuel Steele.1

Children of James Steele

  • Joseph Steele1
  • David Steele1

Citations

  1. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 20.
  2. Connecticut Births and Christenings, 1649-1906, database index online at FamilySearch., online familysearch.org, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V2SS-ZPD : 3 December 2014), Samuel Steele in entry for James Steele, Aug 1662; citing ; FHL microfilm unknown.

Sarah Walker1

F, b. circa 1663, d. before 1695
FatherLt. Col. John Walker Esq.1
MotherSarah (?)1
Last Edited22 Apr 2015
     Sarah Walker was born circa 1663 at Gloucester County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Lt. Col. John Walker Esq. and Sarah (?)1 Sarah Walker married Edwin Conway, son of Edwin Conway and Martha Eltonhead, circa 1680 at Lancaster County, Virginia.1 Sarah Walker died before 1695.1

Children of Sarah Walker and Edwin Conway

Citations

  1. Unknown author, William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 12, pp. 264-265.

Elizabeth Allen1

F, b. 1663
FatherValentine Allen2
MotherMary Page2 b. 1620, d. 11 Jun 1694
Last Edited10 Apr 2015
     Elizabeth Allen was born in 1663 at Culpeper County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Valentine Allen and Mary Page.2 Elizabeth Allen married Francis Browne, son of Francis Browne and Elizabeth Bannister.3

Children of Elizabeth Allen and Francis Browne

Citations

  1. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, Pedigree Chart - Daniel Brown - www.familysearch.com/Search/af/pedigree_chart.asp?recid=17002312&familyid=%2DI.
  2. Ancestors of Carol Agnes Shabowski, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/h/e/…, Ancestor ID: 845.
  3. Ancestors of Carol Agnes Shabowski, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/h/e/…, Ancestor ID: 844.
  4. Grace Cooper: My Culpeper Ancestors and Surrounding areas, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com

Nikolaus Hammer1

M, b. 3 April 1663, d. 20 April 1731
Last Edited4 Apr 2015
     Nikolaus Hammer was born on 3 April 1663 at Durmerseim, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany.1 He married Anna Catharina (?) before 1695 at Durmerseim, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany.1 Nikolaus Hammer died on 20 April 1731 at Durmerseim, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, at age 68.1

Children of Nikolaus Hammer and Anna Catharina (?)

Children of Nikolaus Hammer and Anna Maria Schafer

  • Barbara Hammer1
  • Maria Eva Hammer1
  • Maria Eva Hammer1
  • Johann Balthasar Hammer1

Citations

  1. Rootsweb, 2007-05-03.

Sarah Harris1

F, b. 20 September 1663, d. before 5 June 1714
FatherDaniel Harris1 b. 1615, d. Nov 1701
MotherMary Weld1 b. 11 Nov 1627, d. 15 Sep 1711
Last Edited27 Feb 2016
     Sarah Harris was born on 20 September 1663 at Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Harris and Mary Weld.1 Sarah Harris died before 5 June 1714.2

Child of Sarah Harris and Samuel Bidwell

  • Thankful Bidwell2

Citations

  1. T.W. Harris, "Notes On The Will of Richard Hills", Page 219.
  2. T.W. Harris, "Notes On The Will of Richard Hills", Page 220.

John Walker1

M, b. 1664
FatherRichard Walker1 b. 1638
MotherSarah Storer1 b. 1661
Last Edited22 Apr 2015
     John Walker was born in 1664 at Chelmsford, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Richard Walker and Sarah Storer.1

Child of John Walker and Lydia Colburn

Citations

  1. Letter, Harry Eugene "Bud" Burke Jr. to Debora Anita (89) Engles, Dec 1975.

Simon Wilmer1

M, b. before 1665, d. after 10 August 1699
Father(?) Wilmer2
Last Edited9 May 2017
     Simon Wilmer was born before 1665. He was the son of (?) Wilmer.2 Simon Wilmer married Rebecca Tilghman, daughter of DR Richard Tilghman and Mary Foxley, circa 1681 in Kent County, Maryland; '18 January 1688, Mary Tilghman of Talbot Co. widow, conveys to her "son and daughter" Simon Wilmer and Rebecca his wife, 1000 acres part of Tilghman and Foxley Grove (Kent Co.,Lib.M.,fol. 1), and in a deed to her son Richard Tilghman, dated 20 Sept. 1699, she mentions her "well beloved daughter Rebecca Wilmer," and her "son-in-law Mr. John Lillingston and his present wife"(Talbot Co., Lib. 7, for. 219.271). 29 August 1702, her son, Richard Tilghman, confirms the deed of his mother "Mary Tilghman, late of Talbot County, widow, deceased" to his sister Rebecca Wilmer, widow, and her children Simon and Rebeccal Wilmer, for 1000 acres part of Thilghman and Foxley Grove ( Kent Co.,LIb.N.,fol. 71.3,4,5 )' On 24 January 1693 Simon Wilmer was elected one of the 1st Vestry of St. Paul's Parish. He was appointed clerk of Kent County in 1694 and represented Kent in the Legislature of Maryland in 1898.6 He left a will on 10 August 1699 in Kent County, Maryland, His will was proved 16 Sep 1699. Fallowing is a transcription of his will: "Wilmer, Simon,Kent Co.,10th Aug., 1699; 16th Sept., 1699. To sons Lambert and Simon and their hrs., equally, 800 A., “Wilmer's Arcadia,” 250 A., “Wilmer's Purchase,” 400 A., “Prick Leavell,” purchased from Philip Holeage lying at hd. of Sassafras R; 400 A., “Stepney” remaining unsold, 1000 A., part of “Tilghman's and Foxley's Grove”; 10 A. purchased from Mrs. Ann Burman on Cheater R., and the mill standing at hd. of Ratcliff Cross Ck. In event of death of either son survivor to inherit deceased's portion. To dau. Frances and hrs., 500 A., “Buckingham,” on Chester R. To dau. Mary and hrs., 500 A., “Wilmer's Farm,” adjoining “Tilghman's and Foxley's Grove.” To dau. Rebecca and hrs., residue of “Tilghman's and Foxley's Grove.” To unborn child and hrs., 200 A., “Chigwell,” lying on branch Muddy Ck. In event of death of sd. child 3 daus. afsd. to inherit its estate. To wife Rebecca, extx., and to 6 child. afsd., residue of estate. Test: Thos. Beckles, Rich'd Tilghman, Foster Turbutt, Thos. Pyner. 11. 85".7 He died after 10 August 1699 in Kent County, Maryland.4 Simon Wilmer became one of the largest land holders in Kent County(Maryland). In additon to the 1000 acres inherited by his wife from her mother Mary Foxley and his original patentet of 500 he called "Wilmers Farm", he patented 500 acres called "Buckingham", 260 acres call "Piner's Grove", "Kemp's Beginning" 320 acres and "Chigwell" 200 acres. "The latter property is said to have been so named by Simon Wilmer for a township in England that was the seat of a branch of the Wilmer's from whom he was descended".8 On 2 Oct 1678, Simon Wilmer recieved a power of attorney made in London "given to Simon Wilmer "now in Maryland, late Servant Factor or agent to and for my said father, James Holland, citizen and grocer of London in and for his affairs and revenue in Maryland and Virginia. Signed: Pricilla Holland of London, Spinster, daughter and administratrix of James Holland. Witnessed by: Sidney Montague, Edmund Skinner, John Brown". Is it possible that Simon Wilmers mother was a Holland and related to James Holland and that is the origin of the "Holland" in William Holland Wilmer.8 "It is said that Simon Wilmer is descended from that branch of the English family of that name of whom William Wilmer of Sywell, was the head in 1613."8

Children of Simon Wilmer and Rebecca Tilghman

Citations

  1. Hanson, Old Kent, p. 326.
  2. Robert W. Barnes & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, page 348. (see foot note) Simon Wilmer administered a will for Lambert Wilmer in 1697.
  3. Compiled by Francis B. Culver., "Frisby Family."
  4. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Tilghman Family.
  5. Compiled by Annie Walker Burns, Maryland Marriage Records - "Wi-Wy" "Y-Z", Deeds Kent County; Liber M Folio 1; 7 Folio 219-217; N Folio 71; Land Office, Annapolis;.
  6. Hanson, Old Kent.
  7. Maryland Calendar of Wills.
  8. Percy G. Skieven, "Seven Pioneers Of The Colonial Eastern Shore", page 410.
  9. Hanson, Old Kent, p. 325.

John Harris1

M, b. 4 January 1667, d. 29 November 1754
FatherDaniel Harris1 b. 1615, d. Nov 1701
MotherMary Weld1 b. 11 Nov 1627, d. 15 Sep 1711
Last Edited27 Feb 2016
     John Harris was born on 4 January 1667 at Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Daniel Harris and Mary Weld.1 John Harris married Susannah Collins on 18 March 1702/3 at Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut.2 John Harris married Mindwell Lyman on 11 May 1749.2 John Harris died on 29 November 1754 at Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut, at age 87.2

Children of John Harris and Susannah Collins

  • Sarah Harris2
  • Jane Harris2
  • Rachel Harris2

Family: John Harris and Mindwell Lyman

Citations

  1. T.W. Harris, "Notes On The Will of Richard Hills", Page 219.
  2. T.W. Harris, "Notes On The Will of Richard Hills", Page 221.

Zipporeth (?)1

F, b. before 8 January 1667, d. 8 January 1688/89
Last Edited27 Feb 2016
     Zipporeth (?) was born before 8 January 1667.1 She married Thomas Harris, son of Daniel Harris and Mary Weld, circa 1687.1 Zipporeth (?) died on 8 January 1688/89 at Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut.1 She was included in the census of Arthur Winford Steele and Grace Green on 23 April 1930 at District 2, Harlan County, Kentucky.2

Family: Zipporeth (?) and Thomas Harris

Citations

  1. T.W. Harris, "Notes On The Will of Richard Hills", Page 220.
  2. Arthur W. Steele household, 1930 U.S. Census, HarlanCounty, Arthur W. Steele, population schedule, District 2, ED 0014, sheet 19B, dwelling 434, family 434, age 37, occupation Clerk Weighman - Coal Mine.

Thomas Cox1

M, b. 11 February 1668, d. 1723
FatherThomas Cox2 d. Aug 1681
MotherElizabeth Blashford2
Last Edited24 Apr 2015
     Thomas Cox was born on 11 February 1668 in Monmouth County, New Jersey.1 He was the son of Thomas Cox and Elizabeth Blashford.2 Thomas Cox married Mary Wright circa 1694.1,3 Thomas Cox signed a remonstrance, complaining of certain acts of the Proprietors and asking for the appointment of a competent Governor. in 1700.4 Thomas Cox signed a petition urging that the Province be taken under the government of the King unless the Proprietors appoint a suitable Governor.4 He left a will in 1723 at Upper Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey; In his will, he described himself as a yeoman - By the terms of the will an "acre square * * * on the hill above the orchard," as left as a "burying place for the family of the testator and his brother, John Cox."5 He died in 1723 in Monmouth County.1

Children of Thomas Cox and Mary Wright

Citations

  1. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 163.
  2. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 153.
  3. Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004., online www.Ancestry.com.
  4. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 155.
  5. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 155.
  6. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 158.
  7. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 156.

Richard Reynolds

M, b. 1669
FatherRichard Reynolds1 b. c 1641, d. 27 Jul 1711
MotherElizabeth Sharpe1
Last Edited10 Apr 2017
     Richard Reynolds was born in 1669 at Isle of Wight, Virginia. He was the son of Richard Reynolds and Elizabeth Sharpe.1 Richard Reynolds married Elizabeth Williams, daughter of George Williams.2 Richard Reynolds was granted or patented as Richard Reynolds the Younger, recieved by patent 566 acres in Isle of Wight County on the north west side of the lower Bay Creek, which included 241 acres, part of 450 acres granted Mr. Chr. Reynolds, 15 Sept. 1636, by his will given to his eldest son Christopher and his heirs forever, who bequeathed to Richard, his only son and heir, and another 100 acres, part of 350 acres granted, 18 March 1662/3, to Richard Jordan, Sr., who conveyed prior to the patent, 17 May 1658, to Chr. Reynolds, who bequeathed to Richard. inIsle of Wight County, Virginia.2 He married Mary Anderson in 1694.3 Richard Reynolds was recorded in a deed Richard Hutchins and his wife Elizabeth confirmed to Richard Reynolds, Jr., land then in the possession of Reynolds and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of George Williams and the lawfull inheritrix. on 4 February 1693/94 at Isle of Wight County, Virginia.2 He was recorded in a deed George Williams, Jr. conveyed to them 97 acres of high land and 16 acres of marsh land on 6 April 1700.2 He He was charged with 746 acres on the Isle of Wight County quit rent roll. in 1705.2 He left a will on 27 July 1711; proved 26 may 1712, giving to his wife Elizabeth for life the plantation he lived on, providing land for each of his three sons, and giving Richd. Jackson land on Blackwater Swamp which he had sold him and given bond to acknowledge "when I have appd for itt." The patent for 200 acrs on Blackwater Swamp at the mouth of Tarapin Swamp was not issud to Richard Reynolds, Jr., until 134 Nov 1713. On the same day Mr. Richard Reynolds of Isle of Wight was granted (also posthumously) a new patent for 113 acres on the branches of Pagan Creek which included the 97 acres deeded him by George Williams.2

Children of Richard Reynolds and Elizabeth Williams

  • Christopher Reynolds4
  • Richard Reynolds4
  • Sharpe Reynolds

Children of Richard Reynolds and Mary Anderson

Citations

  1. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, Page 503.
  2. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, Page 504.
  3. Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2000., online at search.ancestry.com.
  4. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, Page 505.
  5. Ronald L. Jalbert, online http://awt.ancestry.com

Thomas Ringgold1

M, b. before 1670
FatherJames Ringgold2 b. a Jul 1636, d. 1686
Last Edited30 May 2016
     Thomas Ringgold was born before 1670 in Kent County, Maryland.1 He was the son of James Ringgold.2 Thomas was included in the will of his father John Ringgold on 25 April 1672 at Kent County, Maryland; Abstract: To Eliza: Cook, 200 A., "Hunting Field" conditionally; is sd. conditions be not fulfilled, sd. land to pass to cous. Barbra Ringold and hrs. " cous. Thomas Ringold, land afsd. if sd. Barbara die without issue." father Thomas Ringold and William Savage, personalty. Brother James Ringold, ex. and residuary legatee of estate real and peersonal. Test: William Toulson, Richard Hill.3,4 Thomas Ringgold married Sarah Ringgold before 1699 in Kent County, Maryland.2 Thomas Ringgold married Mary Tylden, daughter of Marmaduke Tylden and Rebecca (?), on 17 September 1699 at Kent County, Maryland.2 Thomas Ringgold married Francis (?) after 1708 in Kent County, Maryland.2 Thomas Ringgold left a will on 18 January 1710 at Kent County, Michigan.5 He was buried on 10 October 1711 at Kent County, Maryland.6

Child of Thomas Ringgold and Sarah Ringgold

Children of Thomas Ringgold and Mary Tylden

  • Sarah Ringgold2
  • Elias Ringgold+2 b. 6 Sep 1702, d. b 21 Nov 1737
  • James Ringgold1
  • Joseph Ringgold2

Children of Thomas Ringgold and Francis (?)

Citations

  1. Hanson, Old Kent, P 61.
  2. Hanson, Old Kent, p. 61.
  3. Percy G. Skieven, "Seven Pioneers Of The Colonial Eastern Shore", Page 246.
  4. Jane Baldwin (Jane Baldwin Cotton.), The Maryland Calendar of Wills - Wills from 1635 (Earliest Probated) To 1685.
  5. Unknown volume, Will of Thomas Ringgold: page 223., 16 Oct 1711, unknown repository.
  6. Hanson, Old Kent, page 61.

Margaret Harris1

F, b. circa 1670, d. before 24 May 1711
FatherMaj William Harris b. b 1650
MotherJane Boone d. b 1685
Last Edited21 Sep 2015
     Margaret Harris was born circa 1670 at Maryland.2 She was the daughter of Maj William Harris and Jane Boone. Margaret Harris married Charles Hynson, son of Thomas Hynson and Grace (?), on 25 March 1687 in St. Paul's Parish, Kent County, Maryland; "St. Paul's Regester."3 Margaret Harris was recorded in the will of Charles Hynson on 10 January 1703 at Kent County, Maryland; Proved 6 Nov 1711.4 Margaret Harris died before 24 May 1711 at Kent County, Maryland.1 She was buried on 24 May 1711 at St. Paul's, Kent County, Maryland.1

Children of Margaret Harris and Charles Hynson

Citations

  1. Hanson, Old Kent, p. 100.
  2. Assumption.
  3. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Hynson And Smith Families by Christopher Johnston.
  4. Jane Baldwin Cotton, Maryland Calendar Of Wills, page 99.
  5. Mackenzie, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES.

John Cox1

M, b. circa 1670, d. 1729
FatherThomas Cox1 d. Aug 1681
MotherElizabeth Blashford1
Last Edited24 Apr 2015
     John Cox was born circa 1670 at Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey.1 He was the son of Thomas Cox and Elizabeth Blashford.1 John Cox married Mary (?) circa 1695 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. John Cox Figured somewhat prominently in the ritos which broke out in 1701 at Monmouth County, New Jersey.2 He died in 1729 at New Jersey.1

Children of John Cox and Mary (?)

  • John Cox
  • Joseph Cox
  • Samuel Cox
  • Elizabeth Cox
  • Rachel Cox
  • Mary Cox
  • Alice Cox
  • Mercy Cox

Citations

  1. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 156.
  2. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 156.

Edmund Chandler1

M, b. circa 1670, d. 29 September 1717
Last Edited24 Jan 2016
     Edmund Chandler was born circa 1670 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 He married Elizabeth Alden, daughter of Jonathan Alden and Abigail Hallett, in 1694 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 Edmund Chandler died on 29 September 1717 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1

Family: Edmund Chandler and Elizabeth Alden

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index - Second Generation - 5 Jonathan Alden.

Henry Towles1

M, b. 1670, d. 1734
FatherHenry Towles1 b. c 1652, d. 1721
MotherAnn Stockley1 b. c 1652, d. b 1712
Last Edited8 Nov 2016
     Henry Towles was born in 1670 at Accomac County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Henry Towles and Ann Stockley.1 Henry Towles married Hanna Therriott circa 1710 at Lancaster County, Virginia. Henry Towles resided circa 1711 at Towles Point - at the junc. of The Rappahnnock and Corotoman Rivers, Lancaster County, Virginia; A deed dated April 11, 1711 from Henry Towles, Jr., late of Accomac county, and Hannah his, wife is proof of residence. Also in 1719 and 1723, Henery Towles, Jr., sued persons in Liverpool.2 He died in 1734 at Lancaster County, Virginia.1 He left a will on 12 June 1734 at Lancaster County, Virginia.2

Children of Henry Towles and Hanna Therriott

Citations

  1. Ella Kirk France, D.A.R, "Towles Family."
  2. The Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", p. 321.
  3. Ella Kirk France, D.A.R, "Towles Family", p. 427.

Edgecomb Suggett1

M, b. after 1670
FatherJohn Suggitt2 d. 1690
MotherSarah Edgecomb3 b. c 1650, d. 1703
Last Edited29 Jun 2016
     Edgecomb Suggett was born after 1670 in Virginia. He was the son of John Suggitt and Sarah Edgecomb.2,3 Edgecomb Suggett was included in the will of John Suggitt on 24 September 1689 at Rappahannock County; John names his sons James, Edgcomb, Thomas and John (and John's wife Sarah.)4 Edgecomb Suggett witnessed the will of Sarah Edgecomb on 8 March 1700 at Rappahannock County. Edgecomb Suggett married Lucy (?) before 1709 in Ricmond County.5

Children of Edgecomb Suggett and Lucy (?)

Citations

  1. Letter, Harry Eugene "Bud" Burke Jr. to Debora Anita (89) Engles, Dec 1975.
  2. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692., p. 145.
  3. George Harrison Sanford King, Marriages of Richmond County, Virginia 1668 - 1853, p. 199.
  4. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692. Will written 24 Sept 1689, Proved 2 April, 1690.
  5. Compiled by George Harrison Sanford King, The registers of North Farnham parish, 1663-1814 and Lunenburg parish, 1783-1800, Richmond County, Virginia, Parish Registers record the birth of Edgecomb Suggitt, son of Edgecomb and Lucy Suggit.

James Suggett1

M, b. after 1670
FatherJohn Suggitt1 d. 1690
MotherSarah Edgecomb1 b. c 1650, d. 1703
Last Edited6 Apr 2015
     James Suggett was born after 1670 at Richmond, Virginia.1 He was the son of John Suggitt and Sarah Edgecomb.1 James was lsited in the the will of his father John Suggitt on 24 September 1689 at Rappahannock County; John names his sons James, Edgcomb, Thomas and John (and John's wife Sarah.)2 James was also included in the will of his mother Sarah on 8 March 1700 at Rappahannock County. James Suggett married Frances Bayliss, daughter of Thomas Baylis and Catherine Samford, on 2 June 1703 at Richmond, Virginia.3

Child of James Suggett and Frances Bayliss

  • Bernie Suggett4

Citations

  1. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692., p. 145.
  2. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692. Will written 24 Sept 1689, Proved 2 April, 1690.
  3. George Harrison Sanford King, Marriages of Richmond County, Virginia 1668 - 1853, p. 199.
  4. Compiled by George Harrison Sanford King, The registers of North Farnham parish, 1663-1814 and Lunenburg parish, 1783-1800, Richmond County, Virginia, Page 178.

Anna Maria LLoyd1

F, b. after 1670
FatherCol Philemon LLoyd1
MotherHenrietta Maria Neal1
Last Edited13 Mar 2016
     Anna Maria LLoyd was born after 1670. She was the daughter of Col Philemon LLoyd and Henrietta Maria Neal.1 Anna Maria LLoyd married Richard Tilghman, son of DR Richard Tilghman and Mary Foxley, on 7 January 1700 at Kent County, Maryland.1

Children of Anna Maria LLoyd and Richard Tilghman

Citations

  1. Percy G. Skieven, "Seven Pioneers Of The Colonial Eastern Shore", p. 412.
  2. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, p. 448.

Ann Jenkinson

F, b. circa 1671
FatherThomas Jenkinson ?1,2
MotherDorothy (?)1
Last Edited24 Jan 2016
     Ann Jenkinson was born circa 1671 at Cumberland, England.3 She was the daughter of Thomas Jenkinson ? and Dorothy (?)1,2 Ann Jenkinson married Claude Vallott circa 1689 in Christ Church, Middlesex County, Virginia.4,5,6 Ann Jenkinson married Angell Jacobus after 31 July 1693.1 Ann lastly married Philip Calvert after 31 July 1693.1

Children of Ann Jenkinson and Claude Vallott

  • Katherine Vallott
  • Ann Vallott+ b. 31 Jul 1693, d. b 1748

Family: Ann Jenkinson and Philip Calvert

Family: Ann Jenkinson and Angell Jacobus

Citations

  1. William B Newman, "Towles and Clark Families", page 584.
  2. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, Batch Number: F867571.
  3. International Genealogical Index (IGI), # N2NM-92.
  4. Christ Church Parish, The Parish Register of Christ Church, Middlesex County Virginia from 1653 to 1812.
  5. Dorothy Ford Wolfeck, Marriages of some Virginia Residents 1607 - 1800.
  6. Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2000., online at search.ancestry.com.

Mary Wright1,2

F, b. 1671, d. 1760
Last Edited12 Jul 2017
     Mary Wright was born in 1671.1 She married Thomas Cox, son of Thomas Cox and Elizabeth Blashford, circa 1694.1,3 Mary Wright left a will on 6 August 1757 at Upper Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey; widow of Thomas, of Upper Freehold, Monmouth Co., 86 years of age; will of. Son, Thomas. Grandchildren--William Cheesman, son of daughter Lydia; Richard, Thomas, Elizabeth and Rebecca Cox. Names Thomas van Horne; Joseph and Mary Lawrence; Elizabeth Hutchinson. Legacy to Baptist Ch. in Upper Freehold. Personal estate. Executors--grandson, Richard Cox, and John Coward, Jr. Witnesses--David Gorden, William Liming and William Lawrence. Proved Sept. 12, 1760. Lib. G, p. 294. 1760, July 29. Inventory, £1472.15.3, incl. bills, bonds, book debts and mortgages, £1345.5; made by James Holmes, Richard Duglass and Joseph Robins.4 She died in 1760 in Monmouth County, New Jersey.1

Children of Mary Wright and Thomas Cox

Citations

  1. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 163.
  2. FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19, online http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/default.asp
  3. Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004., online www.Ancestry.com.
  4. Abstracts of wills from New Jersey, covering the years 1670-1760. New Jersey Historical Society. Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc.. Newark, NJ, USA: New Jersey Historical Society, 1901., online http://www.ancestry.com
  5. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 158.
  6. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 156.

Joseph Tryon1

M, b. 1671, d. 4 April 1738
FatherWilliam Tryon1 b. c 1645, d. 2 Oct 1711
MotherMary Steele1 b. 1652, d. b 1688
Last Edited10 Nov 2016
     Joseph Tryon was born in 1671 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of William Tryon and Mary Steele.1 Joseph Tryon married Lydia Bird on 5 December 1691 at Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut.1 Joseph Tryon died on 4 April 1738 at Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut.1 He was buried at Wethersfield, Connecticut; The inscription on his tombstone at Wethersfield reads: "Here Lies the Body of doctor Joseph tryon who died April ye 4, 1738, in the 67 year of His Age."1 Joseph "chose medicine as his profession. He was one of the first to vaccinate for smallpox and because he saved the lives of so many of the soldiers of the colony, in this manner he was ommended by the General Assembly of the colony." (This quote from Rev. Brown.)1

Children of Joseph Tryon and Lydia Bird

  • Mary A. Tryon2
  • Lydia Tryon2
  • Rachel Tryon2
  • Joseph Tryon2
  • Agnes Tryon2
  • Benjamin Tryon2

Citations

  1. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 23.
  2. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 23. "Information provided by James Owens Tryon, of Athens, N.Y."

Elizabeth Littlefield1

F, b. 1671, d. after 1747
FatherJohn Littlefield2 b. 1 Nov 1624, d. 2 Feb 1697
MotherPatience Wakefield2 b. c 1630
Last Edited4 Apr 2015
     Elizabeth Littlefield was born in 1671 at Wells, York County, Maine.3 She was the daughter of John Littlefield and Patience Wakefield.2 Elizabeth Littlefield married Edward Beale, son of Arthur Beale and Elizabeth Watts, at Wells, York County, Maine.1 Elizabeth Littlefield died after 1747 at York County, Maine.3

Children of Elizabeth Littlefield and Edward Beale

  • Manning Beale2
  • Nicholas Beale2
  • Joanna Beale2
  • Edward Beale2
  • Josiah Beale2
  • Elizabeth Beale2
  • Zachariah Beale2
  • Katherine Beal+1 b. 23 Nov 1713
  • Benjamin Beale2

Citations

  1. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: TT7J-SM) Benjamin Harmon.
  2. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: LSVR-R3) Edward Beale.
  3. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:G42N-T1) John Littlefield.

David Tryon1

M, b. 1672 or 1673, d. before 23 December 1730
FatherWilliam Tryon1 b. c 1645, d. 2 Oct 1711
MotherMary Steele1 b. 1652, d. b 1688
Last Edited10 Nov 2016
     David Tryon was born in 1672 or 1673 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of William Tryon and Mary Steele.1 David Tryon married Hannah Waddams, daughter of John Waddams and Hannah (?), on 25 August 1698 at Wethersfield, Connecticut; "Married by John Clinton, J.P."1 David Tryon died before 23 December 1730 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1

Children of David Tryon and Hannah Waddams

  • Hannah Tryon1
  • David Tryon1
  • John Tryon1
  • Jonathan Tryon1
  • Susannah Tryon1
  • Joanna Tryon1
  • Noah Tryon1
  • Benjamin Tryon1
  • Ezra Tryon1
  • Charles Tryon1

Citations

  1. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 23.

Richard Tilghman1

M, b. 7 January 1672, d. 23 January 1738
FatherDR Richard Tilghman1 b. 3 Sep 1626
MotherMary Foxley1 d. c 1700
Last Edited28 Oct 2016
     Richard Tilghman was born on 7 January 1672 at The Hermitage, Talbot County, Maryland.1 He was the son of DR Richard Tilghman and Mary Foxley.1 Richard Tilghman was recorded in the will of DR Richard Tilghman on 5 October 1673; Provided 6 March 1675/6 - abstract: 'leaves to his son William, Tilghman's Hermitage( now knowen as The Hermitage) and Tilghman's Addition to the Forlorn, on Chester River; to his son Richard, Tilghman's Farm, Tilghman's Choice and Tilghman's Discovery; and to his daughter Rebecca, Poplar Hill. His wife Mary is appointed executrix.' The inventory of his personal estate, filed 28 August 1676, showed a total of 187,289 pounds of tobacco".2,3 Richard Tilghman married Anna Maria LLoyd, daughter of Col Philemon LLoyd and Henrietta Maria Neal, on 7 January 1700 at Kent County, Maryland.4 Richard Tilghman died on 23 January 1738 at Kent County, Maryland, at age 66.4 He left a will on 14 March 1738.5 He Richard Tilghman's will disposed of more than 10,000 acres in portions to his younger childre leaving "the rest of my lands" to his eldest son Richard. He From the Tilghman Family, Richard Tilghman, Maryland Historical Society—Jennifer A. Bryan, Nimitz Library, U.S. Naval Academy. A prominent Eastern Shore family that has produced doctors, lawyers, soldiers, statesmen, scientists, and farmers, the Tilghman motto spes alit agricolam translates as "hope sustains the farmer." The family's English ancestors were minor gentry—landowners with the right to use a coat of arms—in Kent. The first Tilghman to settle in Maryland was Dr. Richard Tilghman (1626-1676), who according to family tradition had been a surgeon in Oliver Cromwell's navy, serving under Admiral Robert Blake. Richard, his wife Mary Foxley, and their two children arrived in the colony in 1662 and established themselves on property they called "Tilghman's Hermitage" in what would become Queen Anne's County. In 1669, Cecil Calvert, second Lord Baltimore appointed Richard sheriff of Talbot County, a post he held until 1671 Colonel Richard Tilghman (1673-1739), Dr. Richard and Mary Tilghman's eldest surviving son, built upon his inheritance and firmly established the family in the upper ranks of colonial society. On January 7, 1700/01, he married Anna Maria Lloyd (1677-1748), daughter of Philemon and Henrietta Maria Neale Bennett Lloyd, thus allying the Tilghmans with probably the wealthiest family in Maryland at the time. Colonel Richard and Anna Maria had nine children, all but one of whom survived to adulthood. These children married into other prominent Eastern Shore families, including the Goldsboroughs, Hemsleys, and Earles. Colonel Richard held a number of public offices during his lifetime. He represented Talbot County in the Lower House of the General Assembly from 1698 to 1704. He was a member of the Upper House from 1711 to 1738 and a member of the Council from 1710 until his death. He also served as a justice of the Provincial Court from 1714 to 1721 and chancellor of the colony from 1721 to 1725. His local offices included justice of the peace, vestryman, and sheriff of Queen Anne's County. Colonel Richard and Anna Maria Tilghman's eldest son Richard Tilghman III (1705-1766) inherited the family seat, the Hermitage. In 1737, he married Susannah Frisby (1718-?). Their great-grandson Tench Tilghman (1810-1874) graduated from West Point in 1832 and was commissioned a brevet second lieutenant in the artillery. He resigned his commission in 1833. President Zachary Taylor offered him the post of consul to Turk's Island (Turks and Caicos) but he declined. During the Civil War, Tench Tilghman sided with the Confederacy, joining the Confederate States Army. Edward Tilghman (1713-1785), third son of Colonel Richard and Anna Maria Tilghman represented Queen Anne's County in the General Assembly. In 1765, he was a delegate to the Stamp Act Congress in Albany, New York. Although he had retired to his home on the Wye River by the outbreak of the Revolution, he sided with the Patriots. His son Edward Tilghman Jr. (1750/51-1815), who had studied law at the Middle Temple in London, became a well-respected lawyer in Philadelphia. Edward, Jr's grandsons Benjamin Chew Tilghman (1821-1901) and Richard Albert Tilghman (1824-1899) engaged in scientific endeavors. Richard Albert Tilghman was a chemist who patented a number of chemical processes. His brother Benjamin Chew Tilghman, also an inventor, helped him in his work. The brothers had great commercial success starting in the 1870s with the invention of a sandblast process. Richard Albert ran the American side of operations, the BC & RA Tilghman Company, from its headquarters in Philadelphia, and Benjamin Chew oversaw the operations in Britain, known as the Tilghman Patent Sandblast Company, Ltd. In 1861, Benjamin Chew Tilghman had joined the Twenty-sixth Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers. He was wounded at Chancellorsville in 1863. While he was recuperating from his wound, Secretary of War Edward M. Stanton offered him the command of the Third Regiment U.S. Colored Troops. Tilghman and his regiment were stationed in South Carolina and then Florida. James Tilghman (1716-1793) was the fourth son of Colonel Richard and Anna Maria Tilghman. He married Anne Francis (1727-?) of Philadelphia in 1743. Their eldest son was Tench Tilghman ( 1744-1786), aide-de-camp to George Washington during the American Revolution. Although James was opposed to the Stamp Act and other British colonial policies, he could not bring himself to support independence. Secretary of the Pennsylvania land office, he was arrested in 1777 with the other proprietary officers but the patriot government allowed him to return to his estates on Maryland's Eastern Shore after signing a parole. James, who had been a lawyer, remained in retirement after the Revolution. His son William Tilghman (1756-1827) became chief justice of Pennsylvania in 1806. James' great-grandson Lloyd Tilghman (1816-1863) graduated from the U.S. Military Academy in 1836. He was appointed a brigadier general in the Confederate States Army in 1861 and was killed at Baker's Creek, Mississippi, in 1863. Probably the best-known member of the Tilghman family is Matthew Tilghman (1718-1790), the youngest son of Colonel Richard and Anna Maria Tilghman. Matthew was a delegate to the First and Second Continental Congresses. He has been called the "Father of the Revolution" in Maryland for his role in guiding the transition from colony to state during the American Revolution.
By the fourth generation in Maryland, the Tilghmans were connected by marriage or kinship to most of the prominent families on Maryland's Eastern Shore and to a number of important Philadelphia families including the Chews, Mifflins, and Shippens. Many Tilghmans have played important roles in the history of Maryland besides the more notable members mentioned here.6

Children of Richard Tilghman and Anna Maria LLoyd

Citations

  1. Hanson, Old Kent, p. 231.
  2. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Tilghman Family.
  3. Percy G. Skieven, "Seven Pioneers Of The Colonial Eastern Shore", page 410.
  4. Percy G. Skieven, "Seven Pioneers Of The Colonial Eastern Shore", p. 412.
  5. Richard Tilghman's Will unknown file number, page 17.
  6. Bryan, Jennifer A., Nimitz Library, U.S. Naval Academy, mdoe.org - Maryland Online Encyclopedia - Tilghman Family, online www.mdoe.org/tilghmanfamily.html.
  7. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, p. 448.

James Cox1

M, b. 18 August 1672, d. 14 October 1750
FatherThomas Cox1 d. Aug 1681
MotherElizabeth Blashford1
Last Edited24 Apr 2015
     James Cox was born on 18 August 1672 at Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey.1 He was the son of Thomas Cox and Elizabeth Blashford.1 James Cox with brother Joseph contributed to "the Blind Tack", a fund to dissolve the Assembly and elect a new one in 1707. He died on 14 October 1750 at Upper Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 78.1

Children of James Cox and Anne (?)

  • James Cox Jr
  • Elizabeth Cox
  • Thomas Cox
  • John Cox
  • Joseph Cox
  • Alice Cox
  • Rachel Cox
  • Dorothy Cox
  • Rebecca Cox
  • Ann Cox

Citations

  1. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 156.

Angell Jacobus1

M, b. before 1673
Last Edited13 Jan 2016
     Angell Jacobus was born before 1673. He married Ann Jenkinson, daughter of Thomas Jenkinson ? and Dorothy (?), after 31 July 1693.1

Family: Angell Jacobus and Ann Jenkinson

Citations

  1. William B Newman, "Towles and Clark Families", page 584.

Philip Calvert1

M, b. before 1673
Last Edited13 Jan 2016
     Philip Calvert was born before 1673. He married Ann Jenkinson, daughter of Thomas Jenkinson ? and Dorothy (?), after 31 July 1693.1

Family: Philip Calvert and Ann Jenkinson

Citations

  1. William B Newman, "Towles and Clark Families", page 584.

Elizabeth Alden1

F, b. circa 1673, d. before 3 May 1757
FatherJonathan Alden1 b. c 1633, d. 8 Feb 1696/97
MotherAbigail Hallett1 b. 1644/45, d. 17 Aug 1725
Last Edited30 Mar 2015
     Elizabeth Alden was born circa 1673 at Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Jonathan Alden and Abigail Hallett.1 Elizabeth Alden married Edmund Chandler in 1694 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 Elizabeth Alden married Pelatiah West on 12 July 1722 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 Elizabeth Alden died before 3 May 1757.1

Family: Elizabeth Alden and Edmund Chandler

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index - Second Generation - 5 Jonathan Alden.

Sarah Tryon1

F, b. circa 1674, d. 15 May 1758
FatherWilliam Tryon1 b. c 1645, d. 2 Oct 1711
MotherMary Steele1 b. 1652, d. b 1688
Last Edited10 Nov 2016
     Sarah Tryon was born circa 1674 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of William Tryon and Mary Steele.1 Sarah Tryon married John Gillitt, son of Sgt. Jeremiah Gillitt and Deborah Bartlett, on 7 April 1697 at Wethersfield, Connecticut; Married by the Rev. Stephen Mix.1 Sarah Tryon died on 15 May 1758 at Newton, Connecticut.1

Children of Sarah Tryon and John Gillitt

  • Abel Gillitt1
  • William Gillitt2
  • John Gillitt2
  • Hannah Gillitt2
  • Sarah Gillitt2
  • Samuel Gillitt2
  • Mary Gillitt2
  • Hope Gillitt2

Citations

  1. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 24.
  2. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 24. Stiles' History of Wethersfield names only the first seven children.

Elizabeth Thornton1

F, b. 1674
FatherFrancis Thornton1 b. 1651, d. 1726
MotherAlice Savage
Last Edited22 Apr 2015
     Elizabeth Thornton was born in 1674 at King George County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Francis Thornton and Alice Savage.1 Elizabeth Thornton married Edwin Conway, son of Edwin Conway and Martha Eltonhead, on 21 May 1695 at Richmond, Virginia.1 Elizabeth Thornton married Jonathan Gibson in 1699 at Virginia.1

Child of Elizabeth Thornton and Edwin Conway

Child of Elizabeth Thornton and Jonathan Gibson

Citations

  1. Unknown author, William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 12, pp. 264-265.

Walter Powers Jr1

M, b. 28 June 1674, d. 1738
FatherWalter Powers1 b. 1640, d. 22 Feb 1708
MotherTrial Shepard1 b. 19 Dec 1641, d. 22 Feb 1798
Last Edited1 Aug 2015
     Walter Powers Jr was born on 28 June 1674 at Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Walter Powers and Trial Shepard.1 Walter Powers Jr married Rebecca Barrett in 1696.1 He died in 1738.1

Citations

  1. Franklin E. Powers, "A Genealogical Record Of The Power(s) Families."

Larkin Chew1

M, b. circa 1675, d. circa 1729
FatherJoseph Chew ?2 b. 1637, d. 12 Feb 1716
MotherRuth Larkin ?2
Last Edited24 Jan 2016
     Larkin Chew was born circa 1675 at Maryland.1 He was the son of Joseph Chew ? and Ruth Larkin ?2 Larkin Chew married Hannah Roy, daughter of John Roy, before 1700 at Virginia.3 Larkin Chew was granted or patented with Rich'd Buckner, Joseph Chew and John Sutton 800 acres on the branches of Mattapony River inKing & Queen County, Virginia.4 He was granted or patented On the branches of the Mattapony River inKing & Queen County, Virginia.4 He left a will on 11 May 1728 at Sposylvania County, Virginia; CHEW, LARKIN, d. May 11, 1728, p. Apr. 1, 1729. Wit. William Russell. Ex. son Larkin Chew. Leg. sons Thomas and John Chew; daughter Nan Johnson, wife of William Johnson; Larkin Chew Junr. son of Larkin and Hannah Chew, every part and parcel of my estate after my debts are paid; my wife Hannah Chew to have her first choice of my estate after the debts are paid, to maintain her and my mother Ruth Green, during their natural lives, afterwards to return to Larkin Chew, my natural son and executor. (Page 98.)5 He died circa 1729 at Spotsylvania, Virginia.1

Children of Larkin Chew and Hannah Roy

Citations

  1. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, p. 130.
  2. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, p. 129.
  3. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, p. 128.
  4. Louis des Cognets Jr., English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records, Page 91. "A List Of Patents granted for Land in this Colony by
    The Honorable Alexander Spotswood, His Majesty's Lieuten't Governor & Commander in Chief of this Dominion."
  5. Ancestry.com. Spotsylvania, Virginia County Records, 1721-1800 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 1997. Original data: Crozier, William Armstrong, ed. . Virginia County Records: Spotsylvania County 1721-1800. New York, NY, USA: Fox, Duffield, and Co., 1905., online http://www.Ancestry.com

Daniel Brown

M, b. 1675, d. 1745
FatherFrancis Browne1 b. 1654, d. c 11 Apr 1709
MotherElizabeth Allen1 b. 1663
Last Edited10 Apr 2015
     Daniel Brown was born in 1675 at Essex County, Virginia.2 He was the son of Francis Browne and Elizabeth Allen.1 Daniel Brown married Elizabeth Coleman, daughter of Capt. Robert Coleman and Ann Spilsby, before 13 August 1713 in Virginia; Proven by court record of that date, Essex Co.3,4 He died in 1745 at Orange County, Virginia.5,2

Children of Daniel Brown and Elizabeth Coleman

  • Ann Brown6
  • Mary Brown6
  • Thomas Brown6
  • Daniel Brown6
  • Colman Brown6
  • William Brown6
  • Francis Brown6
  • Elizabeth Brown+ b. c 1728

Citations

  1. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, Pedigree Chart - Daniel Brown - www.familysearch.com/Search/af/pedigree_chart.asp?recid=17002312&familyid=%2DI.
  2. Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2000., online at search.ancestry.com.
  3. Green, GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL Notes, page 83.
  4. Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Some Virginia Marriages 1607 - 1800, Page 99.
  5. Ancestors of Carol Agnes Shabowski, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/h/e/…, Ancestor ID: 422.
  6. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:1TTZ-VBV) Daniel Brown.

Robert Tillman1

M, b. 1675, d. 1738
FatherRoger Tillman1 b. c 1650, d. 1704
MotherWinnefred Austin1
Last Edited30 Oct 2016
     Robert Tillman was born in 1675 at Charles City Co, Virginia.1 He was the son of Roger Tillman and Winnefred Austin.1 Robert married Hannah Morris in 1718 at Charles City Co, Virginia.1 Robert Tillman died in 1738 at Martin Brandon, Prince George County, Virginia.1

Children of Robert Tillman and Hannah Morris

Citations

  1. GEDCOM File submitted by Rev. Oden L. Woodward, RR 2 Box 586, Chichester, NH, 03263-8911, (603) 798-3334798-4220, online unknown url.

Thomas Coleman

M, b. after 1675
FatherCapt. Robert Coleman b. 1655, d. b Aug 1713
MotherAnn Spilsby d. 1717
Last Edited22 Apr 2015
     Thomas Coleman was born after 1675 at Rappahannock County, Virginia. He was the son of Capt. Robert Coleman and Ann Spilsby. Thomas Coleman married Ann (?) before 1700 at Essex ? County, Virginia. After 1715, Thomas Coleman migrated to at King and Queen County. He was recorded in a deed in which he aquired 542 acres adjoining Gillison's Swamp from James Bougham of Essex County. on 19 June 1716.1

Children of Thomas Coleman and Ann (?)

Citations

  1. Malcolm H. Harris, Old New Kent County : some account of the planters, plantations, and places in ., p. 515.

James Taylor1

M, b. 14 March 1675, d. 26 June 1729
FatherJames Taylor2 b. 1635, d. 1698
MotherFrances Walker2 b. 1640, d. 1680
Last Edited5 Oct 2016
     James Taylor married Martha Thompson.1 James Taylor was born on 14 March 1675 at Accomack, Accomack County, Virginia.1,2 He was the son of James Taylor and Frances Walker.2 James Taylor died on 26 June 1729 at Locustville, Accomack County, Virginia, at age 54.1,2 He Posted on Find-A-Grave: "James II was granted 13,000 acres of land in what became Orange County and he built Bloomsbury about 1722. He divided his vast holdings among his children. George received Midland (now Yatton), James III got Bloomsbury, Erasmus got Greenfield and Zachary got Meadow Farm. It is believed that James II and his wife, Martha, were buried at Bloomsbury in the Taylor-Quarles Cemetery on the property, since this was their original homestead".

Children of James Taylor and Martha Thompson

Citations

  1. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Col. George Francis Taylor - Find A Grave Memorial# 18541233.
  2. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, James Taylor, II - Find A Grave Memorial# 116206295.
  3. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Frances Taylor Madison - Find A Grave Memorial# 8359008.

Joshua Bill1

M, b. 16 October 1675, d. circa 1735
FatherPhilip Bill2 b. 1620, d. 8 Jul 1689
Last Edited29 Aug 2015
     Joshua Bill was born on 16 October 1675 at New London, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Philip Bill.2 Joshua Bill married Hannah Swodel on 4 October 1719 at Connecticut.1 Joshua Bill died circa 1735 at New London, Connecticut.1

Child of Joshua Bill and Hannah Swodel

Citations

  1. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution membership Applications, 1889-1970, photocopy at Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.com, Application for Robert Wesley Bills by right of lineage descent in the following line from Joshua Bill (14 may 1762 - 20 dec 1841).
  2. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 Viewed at online at Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.com, Robert Wesley Bill(s) - Pienkeshaw, Ill. Society of the National Society.

Edward Beale1

M, b. circa 1677
FatherArthur Beale2 b. 5 Oct 1638, d. 2 Oct 1711
MotherElizabeth Watts2
Last Edited4 Apr 2015
     Edward Beale was born circa 1677 at York River, York County, Maine.2 He was the son of Arthur Beale and Elizabeth Watts.2 Edward Beale married Elizabeth Littlefield, daughter of John Littlefield and Patience Wakefield, at Wells, York County, Maine.1

Children of Edward Beale and Elizabeth Littlefield

  • Manning Beale2
  • Nicholas Beale2
  • Joanna Beale2
  • Edward Beale2
  • Josiah Beale2
  • Elizabeth Beale2
  • Zachariah Beale2
  • Katherine Beal+1 b. 23 Nov 1713
  • Benjamin Beale2

Citations

  1. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: TT7J-SM) Benjamin Harmon.
  2. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: LSVR-R3) Edward Beale.

Maj. Gen Matthew Tilghman Ward1,2

M, b. 1677, d. 25 May 1741
FatherMatthew Ward1 d. 1677
MotherMaria Tilghman1 b. Feb 1655
Last Edited29 Oct 2016
     Maj. Gen Matthew Tilghman Ward married Margaret LLoyd, daughter of Col Philemon LLoyd and Henrietta Maria Neal.2 Maj. Gen Matthew Tilghman Ward was born in 1677 at Talbot County, Maryland.1 He was the son of Matthew Ward and Maria Tilghman.1 Maj. Gen Matthew Tilghman Ward witnessed the adoption of Matthew Tilghman in 1733 at Maryland; "Adopted at the age of fifteen by his childless cousin, Mag. Gen. Matthew Tilghman Ward (Mag.,p. 268.)3" Maj. Gen Matthew Tilghman Ward died on 25 May 1741 at Maryland.1 He left a will on 22 June 1741 at Talbot County, Maryland; Ward, Mathew Tilghman,Talbot Co.,—– May, 1741; 22nd June, 1741. To wife Margret, dwelling plantation “Rick Rock,” “Law House Plantation” and “Grasses” on Rye R. At her death to pass to cous. Mathew Tilghman. To cous. Richard, James, William and Edward Tilghman, Mary Tilghman (Tillman), wife of William of Phila., Henrietta Maria Robins wife of George, Amea Maria Lloyd, wife of Robert, and Frances Bosman, wife of Risdon and to poor of the Parish, personalty. To hrs. of Ralph and John Dawson of Talbot Co. and their wives Mary and Sarah, daus. of Bryan Omale and to Henry Nicols, Rector of St. Michaels Parish, interest testator has in “Galloways Bachelor Range,” “Bachelors Range Addition” and “Byrons Lott.” Tracts afsd. having come into testator's possession Dec. 29, 1701 to be divided bet. the above hrs. except 88 A. deeded to Rev. Henry Nichols of St. Michaels Parish. To wife Margaret and cous. Mathew Tilghman, exs., personal estate. To Mathew Tilghman, residue of real estate including Choptank and 600 A. “The Union” and 160 A. “Three Hicks.” Test: Richard Porter, John Leeds, John Stains, Jo Camilton. 22. 363.4 He was Major General, Commanding the Eastern Shore Militia in 1839 at Kent County, Maryland.

Family: Maj. Gen Matthew Tilghman Ward and Margaret LLoyd

Citations

  1. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, p. 448.
  2. Arthur Meredith Burke, The Prominent Families Of The United States Of America, Thilghman Family.
  3. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Page 452.
  4. Ancestry.com. Maryland Calendar of Wills [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 1998. Original data: Cotton, Jane Baldwin. Maryland Calendar of Wills. Vol. I-VIII. Baltimore, MD, USA: 1904., online http://www.ancestry.com

Hannah Morris1

F, b. 1677
Last Edited30 Oct 2016
     Hannah Morris was born in 1677 at Virginia.1 Hannah married Robert Tillman, son of Roger Tillman and Winnefred Austin, in 1718 at Charles City Co, Virginia.1

Children of Hannah Morris and Robert Tillman

Citations

  1. GEDCOM File submitted by Rev. Oden L. Woodward, RR 2 Box 586, Chichester, NH, 03263-8911, (603) 798-3334798-4220, online unknown url.

Thomas Suggett1

M, b. 7 March 1677
FatherJohn Suggitt1 d. 1690
MotherSarah Edgecomb1 b. c 1650, d. 1703
Last Edited29 Feb 2016
     Thomas Suggett was born on 7 March 1677 at Richmond, Virginia.2 He was the son of John Suggitt and Sarah Edgecomb.1 Thomas Suggett witnessed the will of John Suggitt on 24 September 1689 at Rappahannock County; John names his sons James, Edgcomb, Thomas and John (and John's wife Sarah.)3 Thomas Suggett married Rebeccah Hull circa 1695 at Richmond, Virginia.2,4 Thomas Suggett witnessed the will of Sarah Edgecomb on 8 March 1700 at Rappahannock County.

Children of Thomas Suggett and Rebeccah Hull

  • Elizabeth Suggett4
  • Sarah Suggett4
  • Thomas Suggett2

Citations

  1. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692., p. 145.
  2. Compiled by George Harrison Sanford King, The registers of North Farnham parish, 1663-1814 and Lunenburg parish, 1783-1800, Richmond County, Virginia, p. 145.
  3. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692. Will written 24 Sept 1689, Proved 2 April, 1690.
  4. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:1532-91P) Thomas Suggett.

Anna Alden1

F, b. 1678, d. 8 June 1705
FatherJonathan Alden1 b. c 1633, d. 8 Feb 1696/97
MotherAbigail Hallett1 b. 1644/45, d. 17 Aug 1725
Last Edited30 Mar 2015
     Anna Alden was born in 1678 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Jonathan Alden and Abigail Hallett.1 Anna Alden married Josiah Snell on 21 December 1699 at Duxbury, Msssachusetts.1 Anna Alden died on 8 June 1705 at Bridgewater, Massachusetts.1

Family: Anna Alden and Josiah Snell

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index - Second Generation - 5 Jonathan Alden.

Mary Records1

F, b. circa 1677/78, d. 2 April 1741
FatherNathaniel Records1
Last Edited20 Apr 2016
     Mary Records was born circa 1677/78.2 She was the daughter of Nathaniel Records.1 Mary Records married Thomas J Potts, son of Thomas S. Potts and Joan Kettle, on 20 June 1698 at Burlington, New Jersey.1,3 Mary Records died on 2 April 1741 at Mansfield, Burlington County, New Jersey.2

Children of Mary Records and Thomas J Potts

Citations

  1. FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19, online http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/default.asp
  2. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: KHQT-0B).
  3. American Marriages, online www.ancestry.com.
  4. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 159.
  5. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: KHQT-56
    ).

Edward TAYLOR

M, b. 8 August 1678, d. 12 June 1734
FatherEdward Taylor b. 1650, d. b 28 Feb 1710
Last Edited3 Oct 2016
     Edward TAYLOR Person Source.1 He was born on 8 August 1678. He was the son of Edward Taylor. Edward TAYLOR emigrated in 1692 from Rappahannock County, Virginia; to Monmouth County, New Jersey.2 He married Catherine Morford circa 1701 at Monmouth County, New Jersey.3 Edward left a will on 22 February 1733 at Shrewsbury, Monmouth County, New Jersey; yeoman; will of. Wife, Catharine. Son, Edward, silver cup. Sons, Edward and John, land in Freehold, bought of John Okeson. Son, James, a minor, land bought of Samuel Leonard. Sons, Thomas, Joseph and George, minors. Land bought of John Reid. Sheep at Crosswicks. Daughters--Esther, Susannah, Hannah, Catherine and Rebecca. Executors--wife, and brothers William and Joseph Taylor, and Thomas Morphet. Witnesses--Henry and Thomas Leonard, and John Nathaniel Hutchens; Codicil, same date. Bonds due from Peter Demun to Thomas Holmes and Daniel Tilton of Middletown. Bond Peter Demun and testator's son Edward to David Johnston. Deed from Elias Holmes. Moses Crage, John Eaton, Esquire, John Williams, Benjamin Borden. Proved June 12, 1734.4 He died on 12 June 1734 at Colt's Neck, Shrewsbury, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 55.

Children of Edward TAYLOR and Catherine Morford

  • Edward TAYLOR3
  • Thomas TAYLOR3
  • John TAYLOR3
  • Catherine TAYLOR3
  • Rebecca TAYLOR3
  • Esther TAYLOR3
  • Susannah TAYLOR
  • Hannah TAYLOR
  • James TAYLOR3
  • Joseph TAYLOR3
  • Catherine TAYLOR3
  • George TAYLOR3
  • Thomas TAYLOR3

Citations

  1. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R).
  2. A.M. Rev. Henry Miller Cox, The Cox Family In America - A History And Geneology Of The Older Branches Of The Family From the Ahe Appearance Of Its First Representative In This Country In 1610 (Including The Cock--Cocks--Cox Genealogy Of Long Island by Geroge William Cocks, Assisted By John Cox, Jr., p. 163.
  3. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:C79X-81) Edward Taylor.
  4. Ancestry.com. Calendar of New Jersey Wills, 1670-1760 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2000. Original data: New Jersey Historical Society. Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc.. Newark, NJ, USA: New Jersey Historical Society, 1901., online http://www.ancestry.com, Lib. B, p. 554.

John Spilman1

M, b. 1679, d. 1727/28
FatherHenrich Spielman2
MotherAgnes Risserodt2 d. 11 Sep 1690
Last Edited1 Jun 2016
     John Spilman was born in 1679 at Obershelden, Germany.1 He was the son of Henrich Spielman and Agnes Risserodt.2 John Spilman was christened on 9 November 1679 at Germany.3 He immigrated in April 1714 to Germantown, Faurquier County, Virginia.4 He married Mary Elizabeth Fischbach, daughter of Phillipp Fischbach and Elsa Heimbach, after April 1714 in Germana, Fauqueir County, Virginia.1 John Spilman died in 1727/28 in Prince William County.2

Children of John Spilman and Mary Elizabeth Fischbach

  • Mary Spilman5
  • Jacob Spilman5
  • John Spilman+1 b. c 1718
  • James Spilman6
  • Harmon Spilman6
  • Henry Spilman6

Citations

  1. Melville, SPILMAN PAPERS, p. 138.
  2. Melville, SPILMAN PAPERS, p. 133.
  3. Dr. B.C. Holtzclaw, Ancestry and Descendants of the Nassau-Siegen Immigrants to Virginia, 1714-1750, Chapter 21.
  4. Dr. B.C. Holtzclaw, Ancestry and Descendants of the Nassau-Siegen Immigrants to Virginia, 1714-1750.
  5. Melville, SPILMAN PAPERS, p. 146.
  6. Melville, SPILMAN PAPERS, p. 147.

Martha Thompson1

F, b. 1679, d. 1762
Last Edited5 Oct 2016
     Martha Thompson married James Taylor, son of James Taylor and Frances Walker.1 Martha Thompson was born in 1679.1 She died in 1762.1

Children of Martha Thompson and James Taylor

Citations

  1. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Col. George Francis Taylor - Find A Grave Memorial# 18541233.
  2. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Frances Taylor Madison - Find A Grave Memorial# 8359008.
  3. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, James Taylor, II - Find A Grave Memorial# 116206295.

Joseph Cox

M, b. 15 September 1679, d. between 1748 and 1750
FatherThomas Cox d. Aug 1681
MotherElizabeth Blashford
Last Edited24 Apr 2015
     Joseph Cox was born on 15 September 1679 at Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Thomas Cox and Elizabeth Blashford. Joseph Cox married Catherine Shepherd, daughter of Thomas Shepherd and Deborah Grover, circa 1700 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. Joseph Cox died between 1748 and 1750 at Upper Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Children of Joseph Cox and Catherine Shepherd

  • Thomas Cox
  • (?) Cox

Jacob Powers

M, b. 16 December 1679
FatherWalter Powers1 b. 1640, d. 22 Feb 1708
MotherTrial Shepard b. 19 Dec 1641, d. 22 Feb 1798
Last Edited27 Apr 2015
     Jacob Powers was born on 16 December 1679. He was the son of Walter Powers and Trial Shepard.1 Jacob Powers first married Sarah Meriam, daughter of Joseph Meriam and Sarah Jenkins, on 18 September 1703 at Massachusetts.1 Jacob Powers then married Edith Gould Adams, daughter of Jonathan Adams and Leah Gould, circa 1712 at Massachusetts.2

Child of Jacob Powers and Sarah Meriam

  • Sarah Powers1

Children of Jacob Powers and Edith Gould Adams

Citations

  1. Franklin E. Powers, "A Genealogical Record Of The Power(s) Families."
  2. Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004., online www.Ancestry.com.
  3. Unknown cd1 household, 1930 U.S. Census, Tolland County, unknown state, population schedule, ED unknown cd3, sheet unknown cd4.

Margaretha Oberle1

F, b. 24 December 1679, d. 16 August 1749
FatherJohann Jakob Oberle1 b. c 1644, d. 19 Aug 1704
MotherAnna Catharina (?)1 b. c 1644, d. 11 Oct 1724
Last Edited5 Apr 2016
     Margaretha Oberle was born on 24 December 1679.1 She was the daughter of Johann Jakob Oberle and Anna Catharina (?)1 Margaretha Oberle married F Eichler on 24 August 1700.1 Margaretha Oberle died on 16 August 1749 at age 69.1

Family: Margaretha Oberle and F Eichler

Citations

  1. Martin Burkart, "Burkart e-mail," e-mail to David Pratt, 28 September 2001, Brief family tree.

Ann (?)1

F, b. before 1680
Last Edited25 Apr 2015
     Ann (?) was born before 1680 at Rappahonnock County, Virginia.1 She married Thomas Coleman, son of Capt. Robert Coleman and Ann Spilsby, before 1700 at Essex ? County, Virginia.

Children of Ann (?) and Thomas Coleman

Citations

  1. Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents.

Robert Coleman

M, b. circa 1680, d. circa 1748
FatherThomas Coleman b. a 1675
MotherAnn (?) b. b 1680
Last Edited20 Sep 2016
     Robert Coleman was born circa 1680.1 He was the son of Thomas Coleman and Ann (?) Robert Coleman married Sarah Ann Saunders on 24 November 1740 at Orange County, Virginia.2 Robert Coleman died circa 1748.

Children of Robert Coleman and Mary Clayton

Children of Robert Coleman and Sarah Ann Saunders

  • Milly Coleman3
  • Lucy Coleman4

Citations

  1. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:K3XC-HR) Robert Coleman.
  2. Indexed by Robert Barnes, Genealogies Of Virginia Families, From The Virginia Magazine Of History and Biography, Volume II, Clayborne - Fitzhugh, Some notes on the Coleman Family of Caroline Co., Virginia.
  3. "See Surname", Page 428.
  4. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, George French Strother - Find A Grave Memorial# 20719909.

Sarah Alden1

F, b. circa 1680
FatherJonathan Alden1 b. c 1633, d. 8 Feb 1696/97
MotherAbigail Hallett1 b. 1644/45, d. 17 Aug 1725
Last Edited8 May 2015
     Sarah Alden married Thomas Southworth.2 She married Thomas Southworth.1 Sarah Alden was born circa 1680 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Jonathan Alden and Abigail Hallett.1

Family: Sarah Alden and Thomas Southworth

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index - Second Generation - 5 Jonathan Alden.
  2. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index -.