James Harris1

M, b. circa 1730
Last Edited3 Mar 2016
     James Harris was born circa 1730 at South Carolina.1

Child of James Harris

Citations

  1. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, King Winfrey Pilcher Scott Warford Parker Family Tree plus Others.

Richard Luttrell1

M, b. circa 1730
Last Edited14 Mar 2016
     Richard Luttrell married Rachel Stallard.1 Richard Luttrell was born circa 1730 at Stafford County, Virginia.1

Children of Richard Luttrell and Rachel Stallard

Citations

  1. Public Member Tree, online search.ancestry.com, Luttrell-Thornton-Ash- Marcine Lohman.

Francis Slaughter1

M, b. 1730
FatherCol. Francis Slaughter1 b. c 1701, d. 1766
MotherAnne Lightfoot1 b. 22 Sep 1708, d. 1748
Last Edited3 Jul 2016
     Francis Slaughter was born in 1730 at Culpeper County, Virginia.2 He married Sarah Coleman, daughter of Robert Coleman and Mary Clayton, at Culpeper County, Virginia.2 Francis Slaughter was the son of Col. Francis Slaughter and Anne Lightfoot.1

Children of Francis Slaughter and Sarah Coleman

Citations

  1. "See Surname", Page 309.
  2. "See Surname", Page 428.

George "French" Strother1,2

M, b. 1730, d. 1800
FatherJames Lawrence Strother
MotherMargaret French2
Last Edited20 Sep 2016
     George "French" Strother was born in 1730 at King George County, Virginia.1,2 He was the son of James Lawrence Strother and Margaret French.2 George "French" Strother married Lucy Coleman, daughter of Robert Coleman and Sarah Ann Saunders, circa 1750 at Caroline, Virginia.1,2 George "French" Strother died in 1800 at Virignia; Posted at Find-A-Grave but not documented: "Represented Culpeper County in the General Assembly for more than twenty five years, before and after the Revolutionary War. Member of the Virginia Conventions of 1776 and 1788, when he opposed Patrick Henry, George Mason, and others in the vote for adoption of the Constitution of the United States. He was County Lieutenant and presiding justice of the County Court of Culpeper. For his boldness and aggressiveness during the Revolutionary War he had the nickname of "The Fearless." Was a Vestryman and warden of St. Mark's Parish; trustee for the town of Stevensburg Academy; Commissioner of the road from Culpeper to Richmond. He was married to Lucy Coleman, daughter of Robert Coleman. He died in Fredericksburg on his way home from the Senate in Richmond and was buried there. Two of his sons, George French Strother II and James French Strother, represented this district in Congress.1"
He "Strother studied law, was admitted to the bar, and practiced law principally in Culpeper County. Strother lived on a large estate on the Culpeper/Stevensburg Road and served on the vestry of St. Mark's Parish. He also served as Presiding Justice of the Culpeper County Court for most of his adult life. - French Strother represented Culpeper County in the Virginia General Assembly for more than 25 years, including in the Virginia Convention of 1776, 15 years in the Virginia House of Delegates and another 8 years in the Virginia Senate. In 1788 Culpeper county voters elected French Strother to represent them in the Virginia Ratification Convention, where he allied with Patrick Henry and George Mason and voted against the proposed United States Constitution—although the convention as a whole ratified it.[1]:140 A political opponent of James Madison (before his presidency), Strother was also once defeated by James Monroe.2"

Child of George "French" Strother

Children of George "French" Strother and Lucy Coleman

  • George French Strother2
  • Lucy Coleman Strother2
  • Mary Strother2
  • Gilly Coleman Strother2
  • Elizabeth French Strother2
  • Daniel French Strother2

Citations

  1. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, George French Strother - Find A Grave Memorial# 20719909.
  2. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org, 1) References: Richard Labunski, James Madison and the Struggle for the Bill of Rights (Oxford University Press, 2006);
    2) William Armstrong Crozier, Howard Randolph Bayne, The Buckners of Virginia and the Allied Families of Strother and Ashby, (Privately-published for William D. Buckner, 1907), p. 237.

Sarah Coleman1

F, b. after 1730
FatherRobert Coleman1 b. c 1680, d. c 1748
MotherMary Clayton1
Last Edited3 Jul 2016
     Sarah Coleman married Francis Slaughter, son of Col. Francis Slaughter and Anne Lightfoot, at Culpeper County, Virginia.1 Sarah Coleman was born after 1730.1 She was the daughter of Robert Coleman and Mary Clayton.1

Children of Sarah Coleman and Francis Slaughter

Citations

  1. "See Surname", Page 428.

Ebenezer Haven1

M, b. 25 April 1730, d. 19 April 1809
FatherNathaniel Haven2
MotherHepsibah (?)2
Last Edited21 Apr 2015
     Ebenezer Haven was born on 25 April 1730 at Hopkinton, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of Nathaniel Haven and Hepsibah (?)2 Ebenezer Haven was born on 25 December 1730 at Hopkinton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 He married Abigail Child on 25 April 1752 at Massachusetts.1,3 Ebenezer Haven died on 19 April 1809 at East Dummerston, Windham County, Vermont, at age 78.4

Children of Ebenezer Haven and Abigail Child

  • Abigail "Nabby" Haven5
  • Anna Haven6
  • Abel Haven+1 b. 20 May 1763, d. 22 Dec 1850

Citations

  1. Herrick, online http://awt.ancestry.com
  2. The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, 1847-2011 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011. Original data: New England Historic Genealogical Society. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Boston: The New England Historic Genealogical Society. Viewed online at Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.com, Births in Hopkinton, Mass.
  3. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011. Original data: Town and City Clerks of Massachusetts. Massachusetts Vital and Town Records. Provo, UT: Holbrook Research Institute (Jay and Delene Holbrook). Viewed at Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.com, Hopkins, Marriages - p.201.
  4. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Ebenezer Haven - Find A Grave Memorial# 10203933.
  5. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Abigail "Nabby" Haven Miller - Find A Grave Memorial# 38878107.
  6. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Anna Haven Holton - Find A Grave Memorial# 91699778.

Sarah Gresham1

F, b. 14 July 1730, d. circa 1752
Last Edited17 Feb 2016
     Sarah Gresham was born on 14 July 1730 at Kent County, Maryland.1 She married James Frisby between 1746 and 1750 at Kent County, Maryland.1 Sarah Gresham died circa 1752 at Kent County, Maryland.1

Child of Sarah Gresham and James Frisby

  • John Frisby1

Citations

  1. Compiled by Francis B. Culver., "Frisby Family", "Frisby Family" - Compiled by Francis B. Culver.

Thomas Cox1

M, b. 28 October 1730, d. 18 April 1794
FatherThomas Cox Jr1 b. 23 Jun 1700, d. 5 Jun 1783
MotherRebecca Potts1 b. 1702, d. b 1754
Last Edited24 Apr 2015
     Thomas Cox married Sarah Kinnan. Thomas Cox was born on 28 October 1730 at Monmouth County, New Jersey.1 He was the son of Thomas Cox Jr and Rebecca Potts.1 Thomas Cox died on 18 April 1794 at Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 63.1

Children of Thomas Cox and Sarah Kinnan

  • Rebecca Cox
  • Elizabeth Cox
  • Thomas Cox
  • William Cox
  • Sarah Cox
  • Ann (Nancy) Cox
  • Joshua Cox
  • Mary Cox
  • Achsah Cox
  • Margaret Cox
  • Richard Cox
  • Ruth Cox
  • Achsah 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.

Lt. Col. John Slaughter

M, b. 1731, d. 29 August 1796
FatherCol. Francis Slaughter1 b. c 1701, d. 1766
MotherAnne Lightfoot1 b. 22 Sep 1708, d. 1748
Last Edited18 Jun 2016
     Lt. Col. John Slaughter was born in 1731 in Orange County, Virginia.2 He was the son of Col. Francis Slaughter and Anne Lightfoot.1 Lt. Col. John Slaughter married Milly Coleman, daughter of Robert Coleman and Sarah Ann Saunders, before 1754 in Culpeper County.1 Millie Coleman died 01 May 1758, 15 days after the birth of their son Robert. Marriage banns for Lt. Col. John Slaughter and Elizabeth Suggett were published on 18 December 1758 in Richmond, Virginia.3 Lt. Col. John Slaughter married Elizabeth Suggett, daughter of Edgecomb Suggett and Elizabeth Keene ?, on 22 December 1758 in Caroline County.2 John died on 29 August 1796 at Culpeper, Virginia.4

Children of Lt. Col. John Slaughter and Milly Coleman

  • Ann Slaughter5
  • Cadwallader Slaughter6
  • Thomas K. Slaughter6
  • Robert Slaughter6

Children of Lt. Col. John Slaughter and Elizabeth Suggett

Citations

  1. Green, GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL Notes, p. 85.
  2. Letter, Harry Eugene "Bud" Burke Jr. to Debora Anita (89) Engles, Dec 1975.
  3. George Harrison Sanford King, Marriages of Richmond County, Virginia 1668 - 1853, p. 189. DB#12,p.550;WB#6,p.6.
  4. Phil Chartrand, "Lt. Col. John Slaughter died Aug. 29, 1796 in Culpeper VA, and served with the Culpeper Militia during the Revolutionary War.," e-mail to David C. Pratt, 9 Nov 2998.
  5. "See Surname", Page 429.
  6. Green, GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL Notes, p. 86.

Eleanor Rose "Nellie" Conway1

F, b. 9 January 1731, d. 11 February 1829
FatherFrancis Conway b. 1696, d. 1732
MotherRebecca Catlett b. c 1700, d. 1760
Last Edited31 Jan 2016
     Eleanor Rose "Nellie" Conway was born on 9 January 1731 at Port Conway, King George County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Francis Conway and Rebecca Catlett. Eleanor Rose "Nellie" Conway married Col. James Madison Sr., son of Ambrose Madison and Frances Taylor, on 13 September 1749 at Orange County, Virginia.1 Eleanor Rose "Nellie" Conway died on 11 February 1829 at Orange County, Virginia, at age 98; Posted at Finda-A-Grave Buried in an unmarked grave. (Source: National Park Service).1 She Mother of James Madison, the 4th United States President. Also posted at Find-A-Grave "Eleanor "Nellie" Rose Conway was the daughter of Francis Conway & Rebecca Catlett. She married Col. James Madison Sr.(See his grave for their children) in Port Conway, King William, VA, on 15 Sep 1749.
She died and is buried at Montpelier with her husband".1

Children of Eleanor Rose "Nellie" Conway and Col. James Madison Sr.

Citations

  1. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Eleanor Rose "Nellie" Conway - Find A Grave Memorial# 8358779.

John Burgwyn1

M, b. 25 February 1731, d. 21 May 1803
Posted on Find-A-Grave by John W. Coffey.
Last Edited10 Dec 2015
     John Burgwyn was born on 25 February 1731 at Herefordshire, England.2 He married Margaret Haynes on 15 February 1753.3 John Burgwyn married Eliza Bush on 27 April 1782 at St. Mary's Churche, Thornbury, Gloucestershire, England.4,5 John Burgwyn died on 21 May 1803 at New Hanover County, North Carolina, at age 72.2 He of Wilmington, NC.1

Family: John Burgwyn and Margaret Haynes

Child of John Burgwyn and Eliza Bush

Citations

  1. Melissa Glover, "Harvey Ellis Jones," e-mail to David C. Pratt, 2 jul 2015.
  2. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, John Burgwin - Find A Grave Memorial# 130965156.
  3. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Margaret Haynes Burgwin - Find A Grave Memorial# 131072238.
  4. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Caroline Elizabeth Burgwin Clitherall - Find A Grave Memorial# 47187828.
  5. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Eliza Bush Burgwinl - Find A Grave Memorial# 131010391.

John Wood1

M, b. 25 June 1731, d. 12 February 1831
Last Edited15 Jun 2017
     John Wood was born on 25 June 1731 at Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 He married Mary Palmer, daughter of Andrew Palmer and Jemima (?).1 John Wood died on 12 February 1831 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 99.1

Child of John Wood and Mary Palmer

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, World Tree entries, online search.ancestry.com, Nellie Hassett Cullinan - jasparcris; Listed Sources: 1820: US Census, Ancestry Family Trees and the Centennial history of Norway, Oxford County, Maine, 1786-1886 : including an account of the early grants and purchases, sketche.

Col James Slaughter1

M, b. circa 1732, d. 30 November 1799
FatherRobert Slaughter1 b. c 1702, d. 1768
MotherMary Smith1
Last Edited21 Jun 2016
     Col James Slaughter was born circa 1732 at Essex County, Virginia.1,2 He was the son of Robert Slaughter and Mary Smith.1 Col James Slaughter married Susannah Clayton, daughter of Maj Philip Clayton, before 1758 at Culpeper, Virginia.1 Col James Slaughter was circa 1776; Commanded a regiment At Great Bridge.1 He died on 30 November 1799 at Bardstown, Nelson County, Virginia; Posted at Find-A-Grave "The son of Robert Slaughter & Mary, the daughter of Augustine Smith; Col. Slaughter served the country as Ensign and Lieutenant in the French & Indian Wars. A member of the Committee of Safety for Culpeper, vestryman & church warden of St. Mark's Parish and justice of the peace; he led a regiment in the Battle of Great Bridge, the first engagement of the Revolution on Virginia soil.2

Children of Col James Slaughter and Susannah Clayton

Citations

  1. Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", Page 208.
  2. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Col James Slaughter - Find A Grave Memorial# 97766427.
  3. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Judge James Slaughter - Find A Grave Memorial# 123344032.
  4. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Samuel Slaughter - Find A Grave Memorial# 19798793.

Mary Daubine1,2,3

F, b. 27 February 1732, d. 24 June 1813
Last Edited13 Apr 2017
     Mary Daubine was born on 27 February 1732 at West Virginia.2 She married General George (John) Augustus Howe before 1753.4 Mary Daubine married Robert Rutherford, son of Thomas Hugh Rutherford and Sarah de Montargis, on 13 September 1753.5 Mary Daubine died on 24 June 1813 at age 81.6 She Mary H owe was the daughter of of William and Deborah D'aubein of Dobbin.

Family: Mary Daubine and General George (John) Augustus Howe

Children of Mary Daubine and Robert Rutherford

  • Suzanna Rutherford7
  • (?) Rutherford7
  • Thomas Hugh Rutherford7
  • Elizabeth Rutherford7
  • Eleanor Rutherford+1 b. 5 Jul 1774, d. 21 Mar 1857

Citations

  1. Katherine Glass Green, Winchester, Virginia, and its beginnings, 1743-1814 : From its founding by Colonel James Wood to the close of the life of his son, Briadier General and Governor James Wood, with the publication for the first time of valuable manuscripts, relics of their long tenure of public offices., page 381.
  2. Post 1991 IGI - Member Record, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File.
  3. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution membership Applications, 1889-1970, photocopy at Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.com, Membership application of Geo Rust, Salt Lake City, Utah. Son of Armistead T.M. Rust and Ida Lee; Grandson of Edmund Jennings Lee and Henrietta Bedinger; great-grandson of Daniel Bedinger and Sarah Rutherford; great-great-grandson of Robert Rutherford and Mary Daubine (widow of Jno. Augustus Howe).
  4. Letter, Henry Peyton to David C. Pratt providing an Abstract of the records in the Brown Family Bible in the possession of Eleanor Perry Read., 4 Jun 2007, Family Reord.
  5. FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File For Mary D'Aubigne Howe CDROM.
  6. Letter, Henry Peyton to David C. Pratt providing an Abstract of the records in the Brown Family Bible in the possession of Eleanor Perry Read., 4 Jun 2007.
  7. Ancestry.com OneWorldTree For Robert Rutherford and Mary Dobbin, online search.ancestry.com.

Elizabeth Beckett1

F, b. circa 1733, d. 8 June 1807
FatherJohn Beckett2 b. c 1704
MotherMary Jolly2
Last Edited13 Aug 2015
     Elizabeth Beckett was a Near relative on her mothers side to Dr. John Abraham De Normandie.3 She was born circa 1733 at Pennsylvania.2 She was the daughter of John Beckett and Mary Jolly.2 Elizabeth Beckett married Dr Alexander Ross, son of John Ross and Marion Hannah ?, before 1752 at Bristol, Pennsylvania.3 Elizabeth Beckett married Zachariah Rossell after 1780.4 Elizabeth died on 8 June 1807 at Mount Holly, Burlington County, New Jersey.5

Children of Elizabeth Beckett and Dr Alexander Ross

  • Alexander Ross5
  • John Ross+ b. 2 Mar 1752, d. 7 Sep 1796
  • Marion Hannah Ross4
  • Jane Ross+1 b. 1756
  • Elizabeth Harriet Ross
  • Mary Ross4

Family: Elizabeth Beckett and Zachariah Rossell

Citations

  1. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, Film No: 170682, Page Number 330, Reference Number 9488.
  2. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, The Ancestry of Sally Sleeper Russell Of Worcester, Massachusetts.
  3. Major E. M. Woodward, History of Burlington County, N.J., p. 202.
  4. Robert L. Ross, Ross Family, Page 562.
  5. Clifford Stanley Sims, An account of the ancestors and descendants of John Lardner Clark and Sophia Marion Ross: who were married 1 August, 1797.

Reuben Slaughter1

M, b. 1733
FatherCol. Francis Slaughter1 b. c 1701, d. 1766
MotherAnne Lightfoot1 b. 22 Sep 1708, d. 1748
Last Edited26 Jun 2016
     Reuben Slaughter was born in 1733 at Culpeper County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Col. Francis Slaughter and Anne Lightfoot.1 Reuben Slaughter Moved to Bedford county, Virginia, where Jos. m. and has descendants, who are Harrieses.2

Children of Reuben Slaughter

  • Goodrich Slaughter2
  • Joseph Slaughter
  • William Slaughter2
  • Robert Slaughter2

Citations

  1. "See Surname", Page 309.
  2. Green, GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL Notes, I-p.85.

Mary Palmer1

F, b. 22 September 1733, d. 28 June 1819
FatherAndrew Palmer2
MotherJemima (?)2
Last Edited15 Jun 2017
     Mary Palmer was born on 22 September 1733 at Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Andrew Palmer and Jemima (?)2 Mary Palmer married John Wood.1 Mary Palmer died on 28 June 1819 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 85.1

Child of Mary Palmer and John Wood

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, World Tree entries, online search.ancestry.com, Nellie Hassett Cullinan - jasparcris; Listed Sources: 1820: US Census, Ancestry Family Trees and the Centennial history of Norway, Oxford County, Maine, 1786-1886 : including an account of the early grants and purchases, sketche.
  2. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011. Original data: Town and City Clerks of Massachusetts. Massachusetts Vital and Town Records. Provo, UT: Holbrook Research Institute (Jay and Delene Holbrook). Viewed at Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.com.

Capt William Ball1

M, b. circa 1734, d. 3 March 1802
FatherSamuel Ball2 b. 26 Sep 1686
MotherAnn Catherine Tayloe b. c 1688
Last Edited5 Apr 2015
     Capt William Ball was born circa 1734 at Culpeper County, Virginia.3 He was the son of Samuel Ball and Ann Catherine Tayloe.2 Capt William Ball married Frances Slaughter, daughter of Col. Francis Slaughter and Anne Lightfoot, at Virginia.1 Capt William Ball died on 3 March 1802.3

Family: Capt William Ball and Frances Slaughter

Citations

  1. "See Surname", Page 309.
  2. "The Slaughter Family", Page 309.
  3. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, Ancestors of Alexandra Catlin Vaut, et al - Gregory Vaunt An Outline.

John Miller1

M, b. 1733/34, d. before 1798
FatherJohn Adam Miller2
Last Edited28 Mar 2016
     John Miller was born in 1733/34.1 He was the son of John Adam Miller.2 John Miller married Catherine Hochstedler.1 John Miller died before 1798.1

Child of John Miller and Catherine Hochstedler

Citations

  1. Harvey Eugene Lehman, Lehman-Burke Family History.
  2. Harvey Eugene Lehman, Lehman-Burke Family History, Table 1.

Frances Wood1,2

F, b. circa 1735
FatherJoseph Wood2 b. c 1700
MotherElizabeth Scott3 b. a 1737
Last Edited13 Jun 2017
     Frances Wood was born circa 1735. She was the daughter of Joseph Wood and Elizabeth Scott.2,3 Frances Wood married William Hill, son of Russell Hill and Anne Towles, before 1764 in Culpeper County.4 Frances Wood The choice of Elizabeth Scott as the mother of Frances Wood is based on the evidence of a marriage between a Joseph Wood and a Elizabeth Scott which occured in the correct area during the right time period.

Children of Frances Wood and William Hill

Citations

  1. Green, GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL Notes, Phil Slaughter.
  2. William B Newman, "Towles and Clark Families."
  3. Indexed by Robert Barnes, Genealogies Of Virginia Families, From The Virginia Magazine Of History and Biography, Volume II, Clayborne - Fitzhugh, page 363.
  4. Green, GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL Notes, page 83.
  5. Green, GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL Notes, Phil Slaugher.

Colby Chew

M, b. circa 1735, d. 1758
FatherThomas Chew b. c 1700
MotherMartha Taylor b. 1702
Last Edited7 Oct 2016
     Colby Chew was born circa 1735 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Thomas Chew and Martha Taylor. Colby Chew was with Thos. Walker's party in their famous adventurous trip through Kentucky; in 1750.2 He died in 1758 at Near Fort Duquesne; "During Grant's expedition, Colby Chew was wounded near Fort Duquesne, and falling into the river drowned." Colby Chew "served in the Sandy Creek Voyage, against the Shawnees, in the spring of 1756. He was commissioned ensign in Washington's regiment, October 1, 1757.3

Citations

  1. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, "Pedigree Resource File," database online at FamilySearch., online familysearch.org, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/2:2:MB2M-V83 : accessed 2016-10-07), entry for Thomas Chew, submitted by dsawyer3930048.
  2. The Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", page 347, Notes and Queries, A.G. Grinnan, M.D.
  3. Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", Editors Note, Page 345.

Cadwalader Slaughter1

M, b. 1735
FatherCol. Francis Slaughter1 b. c 1701, d. 1766
MotherAnne Lightfoot1 b. 22 Sep 1708, d. 1748
Last Edited26 Jun 2016
     Cadwalader Slaughter was born in 1735 at Virginia.2 He was the son of Col. Francis Slaughter and Anne Lightfoot.1

Children of Cadwalader Slaughter and Margaret Ransdell

Citations

  1. "See Surname", Page 309.
  2. "See Surname", Page 428.
  3. Green, GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL Notes, I-p.85.
  4. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Presley Slaughter - Find A Grave Memorial# 49547321.
  5. Kentucky, County Marriages, 1797-1954," database with images online at FamilySearch., online familysrch.org, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V5Z6-X44 : 4 December 2014), John Reed and Martha Slaughter, 16 Dec 1806; citing p. , Mercer, Kentucky, United States, Madison County Courthouse, Richmond; FHL microfilm 191,843.

Josias Ringgold1

M, b. 28 September 1735
FatherJosias Ringgold1 b. c 1710, d. 1770
MotherSarah Smith1
Last Edited28 May 2016
     Josias Ringgold was born on 28 September 1735.1 He was the son of Josias Ringgold and Sarah Smith.1

Children of Josias Ringgold

Citations

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

President John Adams1

M, b. 30 October 1735, d. 4 July 1826
FatherDea. John Adams1 b. 1691, d. 1761
MotherSussanna Boylston1
Last Edited15 Jul 2016
     President John Adams was born on 30 October 1735.1,2 He was the son of Dea. John Adams and Sussanna Boylston.1 President John Adams married Abigail Smith, daughter of William Smith and Elizabeth Quincy, on 25 October 1764 at Weymouth, Massachusetts.1,3 President John Adams died on 4 July 1826 at age 90.1,2 He "American lawyer, author ststesman, and diplomat. He serverewd as second President of the United States (1797-18 01)", "played a leading role in persuading Congress to declare independence. He assisted Thomas Jefferson in drafting the Declaration of Independence in 1776, and was its foremost advocate in the Congress.2"

Children of President John Adams and Abigail Smith

Citations

  1. Compiled By J. Gardner Bartlett, Henry Adams Of Somersetshire, England And Braintree, Mass. - His English Ancestry And Some Of His Descendants, page 58.
  2. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org, John Adams.
  3. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org, Abigail Adams Smith.

Stokeley Towles1

M, b. after 1 August 1736
FatherStockeley Towles1 b. 1711, d. 1765
MotherElizabeth Martin1
Last Edited17 Sep 2016
     Stokeley Towles was born after 1 August 1736 at Lancaster County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Stockeley Towles and Elizabeth Martin.1 Stokeley Towles married Elizabeth Porteus Downman, daughter of Robert Downman and Elizabeth Porteus, on 13 January 1773 at Goochland County, Virginia.2

Child of Stokeley Towles and Elizabeth Porteus Downman

  • Rawleigh D. Towles2

Citations

  1. The Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", p. 321.
  2. George Harrison Sanford King, Marriages of Richmond County, Virginia 1668 - 1853, p. 189.

William Walton1

M, b. 24 December 1736, d. 31 January 1806
Last Edited4 Jan 2017
     William Walton was born on 24 December 1736.1 He married Elizabeth Tilghman, daughter of Thomas Tillman and Lucy Hix, on 1 December 1758 at St James Northam, Goochland County, Virginia.1 William Walton died on 31 January 1806 at Morgantown, Burke County, North Carolina, at age 69.1

Child of William Walton and Elizabeth Tilghman

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.

Frances Slaughter1

F, b. 1737
FatherCol. Francis Slaughter1 b. c 1701, d. 1766
MotherAnne Lightfoot1 b. 22 Sep 1708, d. 1748
Last Edited5 Apr 2015
     Frances Slaughter was born in 1737 at Culpeper County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Col. Francis Slaughter and Anne Lightfoot.1 Frances Slaughter married Capt William Ball, son of Samuel Ball and Ann Catherine Tayloe, at Virginia.1

Family: Frances Slaughter and Capt William Ball

Citations

  1. "See Surname", Page 309.

Magdalene VonSchlegel1

F, b. 1737, d. November 1796
Photo Posted on Find-A-Grave by Jim and May 7/26/2013
FatherChristopher VonSchlegel2
Last Edited7 Apr 2015
     Magdalene VonSchlegel was born in 1737 at York, York County, Pennsylvania.1 She was the daughter of Christopher VonSchlegel.2 Magdalene VonSchlegel married Henry Bedinger, son of Adam Bedinger and Margarette Hansknecht, before 1753.1 Magdalene VonSchlegel died in November 1796 at Shepherdstown, Jefferson County, Virginia/West Virginia.1

Children of Magdalene VonSchlegel and Henry Bedinger

Citations

  1. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Henry Bedinger - Find A Grave Memorial# 6904400 - Containg a photo of a relatively modern headstone add by Jim and Mary.
  2. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Magdalene VonSchlegel Bedinger - Find A Grave Memorial# 6904410- Containg a photo of a relatively modern headstone add by Jim and Mary.
  3. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Maj. Henry Bedinger - Find A Grave Memorial# 6904317.
  4. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, George Michael Bedinger - Find A Grave Memorial# 6904400.

Lucy Clayton1

F, b. 1737
FatherMaj Philip Clayton1 b. 1702, d. 1786
MotherAnn Colman1 b. 18 Feb 1717, d. 1792
Last Edited21 Jun 2016
     Lucy Clayton was born in 1737 at Tappahannock, Essex County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Maj Philip Clayton and Ann Colman.1 Lucy Clayton married William Williams before 1758.1

Family: Lucy Clayton and William Williams

Citations

  1. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Susannah Clayton Slaughter - Find A Grave Memorial# 97766132.

William Brown1

M, b. 18 January 1737, d. 27 October 1818
FatherJohn Brown2 b. b 1714
MotherFrances Fryer3
Last Edited30 Jan 2016
     William Brown was born on 18 January 1737 in West Morland County, Virginia.4,2 He was the son of John Brown and Frances Fryer.2,3 William Brown married Frances Hutt on 10 December 1762.5,2 William Brown married Margaret Templeman, daughter of Capt. John Templeman and Elizabeth Cox, on 4 August 1768 in Virginia; They were married before she was 15.6,2 William Brown died on 27 October 1818 at Virginia at age 81.2 The fallowing was taken from West Virginia Old and New and West Virginia Biography: "The first American representatives of this Brown family was Edwin or Edward Brown, who came from England and settled at Jamestown in Virginia in the early Colonial era of our national history. His father, William Brown, was a charter member of the Virginia Colony, and although it is not known that he ever came to this county, it is known that his son above mentioned, did represent the family here."1 He Edward White presented the fallowing insight reguarding the descendants ofr William Brown taken from his research paper on George Brown (b. 1624) of Westmoreland County, Virginia. "William's second wife was Margaret Templeman, named in Govenor Brown's Journal. They supposedly had at least eleven children including Governor Brown and Richard Templeman Brown. A problem here is that there is no concrete linkage of all of these children. There is supposed to be a family Bible from James Brown's family which list the children (http://www.laceypratts.com/). However, John Templeman Brown bore a family name, and William W. Brown was a founding trustee of nearby Andrew Chapel Methodist Church in 1848." The bible record's referenced in his paper were an "abstract of the records in the Brown Family Bible in the Possession of Eleanor Perry Read (as late 22 September, 1991). Eleanor Craighill Perry Read (1915-2012) was a 3rd Great-Granddaughter of the James Brown.7,8

Child of William Brown and Frances Hutt

Children of William Brown and Margaret Templeman

Citations

  1. American Historical Society, WEST VIRGINIA, p. 320.
  2. Letter, Henry Peyton to David C. Pratt providing an Abstract of the records in the Brown Family Bible in the possession of Eleanor Perry Read., 4 Jun 2007.
  3. Letter, Richard Howick to David C. Pratt, 19 Feb 2008.
  4. American Historical Society, WEST VIRGINIA, pp. 319-320.
  5. Larry C. Brown, "Decendants of William Brown," e-mail to David C. Pratt., 6 Jun 2007.
  6. Patrick G. Wardel, VIRGINIANS & WEST VIRGINIANS 1607 - 1870, Volume III.
  7. Edward J. White, "FAMILY OF GEROGE BROWN b. 1624."
  8. Brown Family Reocrds.
  9. "Distinguished Biographers", THE NATIONAL CYCLOPÆDIA OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY - Beging The HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES As Illustrated In The Lives Of The Founders, Builders, And Defenders Of The Republic, And Of The Men And Women Who Are Doing The Work And Moulding The Thought Of The Present Time, p. 378.
  10. American Historical Society, WEST VIRGINIA, pp. 319-320.

James Kelly1

M, b. 12 March 1737
FatherAlexander Kelly1 b. c 1710, d. 1754
MotherElizabeth Willson1
Last Edited7 Mar 2016
     James Kelly died at Westmorland County, Virginia.1 He was born on 12 March 1737.1 He was the son of Alexander Kelly and Elizabeth Willson.1 James Kelly witnessed the will of Alexander Kelly on 25 January 1754 at Richmond County, Virginia; W.B. 7, p. 79 Probated 7 Oct 1754.2 James Kelly married Susan Wilson on 5 April 1760.1,3 James Kelly died on 8 April 1802 at Richmond County, Virginia, at age 65.4

Children of James Kelly and Susan Wilson

Citations

  1. J.Y. Kelly, "Kelly Of Westmoreland Co. Virginia", p. 130.
  2. Edited by Mrs. John Bennett Boddie, Historical Sothern Families, Page 11.
  3. Sarah E. Burke, Widows Pension File, 382922, (AFN: V8XM-KV) James Kellyl.
  4. Unknown author, William and Mary Quarterly, Letter from Alexander Kelly to his brother James Kelly in Kendurky dated 25 July 1802.

Francis Hopkinson1

M, b. 21 September 1737, d. 9 May 1791
Last Edited8 Apr 2015
     Francis Hopkinson was born on 21 September 1737 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.1,2 He died on 9 May 1791 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at age 53.1,2

Child of Francis Hopkinson and Ann Borden

Citations

  1. Sons Of The American Revolotion Membership Applications, 1889-1970, viewed at Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.com, North Carolina Seocity, Application, 28 Jan 1928 Descendant of Francis Hopkinson, Signer of the Declaration of Independance.
  2. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org, As of 8 Oct 2011.

Anna Maria Tilghman1

F, b. 3 November 1737, d. 4 February 1768
FatherWilliam Tilghman1 b. 22 Sep 1711, d. b 31 Oct 1782
MotherMargaret Lloyd1 b. 16 Feb 1714
Last Edited16 Feb 2016
     Anna Maria Tilghman was born on 3 November 1737 at Queen Anne County, Maryland.1 She was the daughter of William Tilghman and Margaret Lloyd.1 Anna Maria Tilghman married Charles Goldsborough circa 1760 at Maryland.1 Anna Maria Tilghman died on 4 February 1768 at Maryland at age 30.1

Child of Anna Maria Tilghman and Charles Goldsborough

  • Hon Charles Goldsborough1

Citations

  1. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Page 450.

Henry Towles

M, b. 1738
FatherStockeley Towles b. 1711, d. 1765
MotherElizabeth Martin
Last Edited8 Nov 2016
     Henry ended revolutionary war military service in 1776 at Virginia.1 Henry Towles was born after 1 August 1736 at Lancaster County, Virginia.2 He was born in 1738 at Essex County, Virginia.3 He was the son of Stockeley Towles and Elizabeth Martin. Henry Towles married Judith Diggs.1 Henry began military service as a miltia Col. In 1774 at Virginia.1

Children of Henry Towles and Judith Diggs

  • Henry Towles1
  • Stokeley Towles1
  • Elizabeth Martin Towles1
  • Sarah Towles1
  • James Towles1
  • Thomas Towles1
  • Oliver Towles1
  • Frances Towles1

Citations

  1. Editor, "See Surname", p. 428. Information provided by Mr W. A. Towles of Henderson, Ky.
  2. The Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", p. 321.
  3. Editor, "See Surname", p. 321. Information provided by Mr W. A. Towles of Henderson, Ky.

Jane Hord1

F, b. 8 May 1738, d. 29 July 1806
Last Edited28 Mar 2016
     Jane Hord was born on 8 May 1738 at King George County, Virginia.1 She married Simon Miller in April 1772 at Virginia.1 Jane Hord died on 29 July 1806 at Culpeper County, Virginia, at age 68.1

Child of Jane Hord and Simon Miller

Citations

  1. 1889-1970. Louisville, Kentucky: National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, John Franklin Armstrong, Membership Number: 81581, Viewed at Ancestry.com.

Lt Col Richard Tilghman1

M, b. 11 May 1739, d. 1810
FatherCol Richard Tilghman1 b. 28 Apr 1705, d. 9 Sep 1766
MotherSusan Frisby1 b. 19 Jun 1718
Last Edited29 Oct 2016
     Lt Col Richard Tilghman married Elizabeth Tilghman, daughter of Col Edward Tilghman and Elizabeth Chew, at Maryland.2 Lt Col Richard Tilghman was born on 11 May 1739 at Queen Anne County, Maryland.1 He was the son of Col Richard Tilghman and Susan Frisby.1 Richard died in 1810 at Queen Anne County.2

Child of Lt Col Richard Tilghman and Elizabeth Tilghman

  • Richard Edward Tilghman2

Citations

  1. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, p. 448.
  2. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Page 454.

Hannah Clemmi(n)son

F, b. 2 September 1739
FatherGerrard Clemmi(n)son b. b 1700
MotherBarbara Maughan
Last Edited26 Jan 2016
     Hannah Clemmi(n)son was christened on 2 September 1739 at Tanfield, Durham, England.1 She was the daughter of Gerrard Clemmi(n)son and Barbara Maughan. Hannah Clemmi(n)son appears to have married Thomas Armstrong on 10 June 1765 at Tanfield, Durham, England. The supposition that Thomas and Hannah are John the immigrant's parents is derived by the fact that 1) Thomas Armstrong did marry Hannah Clemmison; 2) John named his first born son Thomas and 3) John's son William was given the middle name of Cleminson. 4) Parish Registers confirm that a Thomas Armstrong had a son John who would be the same age as John the immigrant. 3) John the immagrant's headstons say's that he was born in Ryton Parish, County Durham, England.1

Children of Hannah Clemmi(n)son and Thomas Armstrong

  • Elizabeth Armstrong1
  • Thomas Armstrong1
  • John Armstrong+ b. 6 Aug 1775, d. 23 May 1831
  • Jane Armstrong1
  • Elizabeth Armstrong1

Citations

  1. The Herbert Maxwell Wood Collection Of Transcripts Of Parish Registers on Mircofiche.

George Blocker1

M, b. circa 1740, d. 1794
FatherGeorge Blocker2 b. a 1700, d. b 1764
Last Edited7 Apr 2015
     George Blocker was born circa 1740 in Bladen County, North Carolina. He was the son of George Blocker.2 George Blocker married Mary Dyer, daughter of James Dyer and Sarah (?), circa 1765 in Cumberland County, North Carolina. At some time after 1771 George Blocker began operating Blocker's Ferry across the Cape Fear River from his land to Campbellton, new Fayetteville. For this right, he gave a fifty pound bond. After feuding with a competitor over the rights of the ferry, he was limited to ferrying for all above Lock's Creek on the east bank and Cross Creek on the west bank. On 30 January 1771 George Blocker was recorded in a deed which purchased 200 acreas across the Cape Fear from the present city Fayetteville. This land, which was next to the original Michael Blockers patent, was purchased from Robert Cochran for five pounds. The deed was witnessed by James Dyer and proved at the April term of court, and George was designated as a planter. In 1775 George Blocker was recorded in a deed which purchased from Joshua Jordan, 100 acres of land in Sampson County. He acted as an overseer for a road laid out and cleared from his ferry to Horn's plantation in 1775. In 1777 George Blocker was listed for 1544 pounds in the Taxables for that year. Although George Blocker did not sign the original Cumberland Resolves, county minutes of 1777 record that he did sign. He served jury duty in 1778 and 1779. He also recieved from the Army L 110.12.9 for ferriaging. He is listed in the Army Accounts as recieving L 12.2.0 for service between 16 July 1783 and 19 March 1784. He He is listed in a deed from James Dyer on January 22, 1789, is showen to have recieved from his father Michael, "part of a tract of land granted by patent to Michael Blocker, September 5, 1735, and by deed of gift the aforesaid Michael did convey the above mentioned tract unto his son George(I) and the Said George(I) Blocker by will did bequeath the aforesaid land unto his son George(II) Blocker...". He is recorded on the census of 1790 in Cumberland County; That census lists 2 males over sixteen, wife and a daughter who was probably Sarah Ann. He was granted or patented an additional 132 acres on 7 November 1791. This land was also ajcent to the Original Michael Blocker patent. He died in 1794 at Cumberland County; "In the large inventory of his estate, November 13, 1794, are listed eight negroes by name, two horses, two mares, a young horse and colt, five work oxen, two steers, forty-seven head of cattle, eleven hogs, seven sows, fifty year-old hogs and sheep. There was much household furniture, such as five feather beds, four bedsteads and cords, seven volumes of the History of the display of nature, other little books, candle molds, pantry and kitchen furniture. Then there were 5,000 shingles down at Amos Nunney's and 1157 red oak staves, and 12 cyder barrells, also riding chair and harness and one old wagon and lock chain."

Children of George Blocker and Mary Dyer

Citations

  1. Bartlett, Some of The Blockers, pp. 5-6.
  2. Bartlett, Some of The Blockers, page 4.
  3. Bartlett, Some of The Blockers, page 7.
  4. Bartlett, Some of The Blockers, page 5.
  5. Bartlett, Some of The Blockers, page 8.

William Blocker1

M, b. circa 1740
FatherGeorge Blocker b. a 1700, d. b 1764
Last Edited7 Apr 2015
     William Blocker was born circa 1740 in Bladen County, North Carolina. He was the son of George Blocker. William Blocker resided between 1754 and 1785 in Cumberland County.1 He sold 100 acres of land to James Dyer in 1771, "the same confirmed to him the said William Blocker by the last will and testament of the said George Blocker...being the patent date of 1754 to George..." He was one of the thirty nine signers of the Cumberland Resolution on June 20, 1775 at Liberty Point, Fayetteville. This was a Declaration of Independence drawn up by Robert Rowan and said in part, "We.....holding ourselves bound by the most sacred of all obligations, the duty of the good citizens towards an injured country....we shall be justified in resisting force by force....and associate as a band in her defense against every foe....wherever necessary, we will go forth and be ready to sacrifice our lives and fortunes to secure her freedom and safety. This obligation to continue...until a reconciliation shall take place between Great Britain and America upon constitutional principles, and event we most ardently desire..." He may have married Jean Davis, daughter of Edward Davis, before 1780 in Bladen County; Supposition based on the will of Edward Davis which names among others, daughter Jean Blocker and grandson Edward Blocker. "This Jean could have been the wife of William and Edward could have been the Edward who married Isabella McPhail in 1803 with William as bondsman".2 William Blocker began military service on 16 July 1783 in Cumberland County.1 He ended military service on 19 March 1784; paid L9.4.0.1 He immigrated in 1785 to Sampson County, North Carolina; "Patented 50 acres in Sampson in 1787 and listed himself from Sampson in a 1790 land deal with his brother George."3 He appeared on the census of 1790 in Sampson County; Besides himself, 1 male over sixteen, five males under sixteen, 1 female-wife and 2 daughters.1 He bought a shot gun at the public sale of his deceased brother George's personal estate in in 1794.2 He appeard as bondsman, on a 500 pound marriage bond, for an Edward Blocker marring Isabella McPhail of Cumberland on on 8 March 1803.2

Child of William Blocker and Jean Davis

  • Edward Blocker2

Citations

  1. Bartlett, Some of The Blockers, pp. 4-5.
  2. Bartlett, Some of The Blockers, page 5.
  3. Bartlett, Some of The Blockers, page 4.

William Reynolds1

M, b. circa 1740, d. circa 1805
FatherThomas Reynolds b. c 1716
MotherHannah Lewis
Last Edited13 Jul 2015
     William Reynolds was born circa 1740 at Caroline County, Virginia. He was the son of Thomas Reynolds and Hannah Lewis. William Reynolds married Margaret Harris, daughter of James Harris, circa 1759.1,2 William Reynolds died circa 1805 at Edgefield District, South Carolina.

Children of William Reynolds and Margaret Harris

  • Benjamin Reynolds+3 b. 26 Feb 1760
  • Fielding Reynolds4
  • Francis Reynolds4
  • Catherine Reynolds3
  • Sally Reynolds3
  • James Abraham Reynolds3
  • Margaret Reynolds3
  • John Reynolds3
  • William Lewis Reynolds3
  • Larkin Reynolds3

Citations

  1. S. F. Tillman, Reynolds Family.
  2. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, King Winfrey Pilcher Scott Warford Parker Family Tree plus Others.
  3. Family Search - International Genealogical Index. Ancestral File is a collection of genealogical information taken from Pedigree Charts and Family Group Records submitted to the Family History Department since 1978. The information has not been verified against any official records., online www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp,For (AFN:JFB7-1L) William Reynolds.
  4. International Genealogical Index (IGI), (AFN:JFB7-1L) William Reynolds.

Martha Slaughter1

F, b. circa 1740
FatherRobert Slaughter1 b. c 1702, d. 1768
MotherMary Smith1
Last Edited18 Jun 2016
     Martha Slaughter died at Culpeper County, Virginia.2 She was born circa 1740 at Virginia; The Virginia Society of the National Society Sons of the American Revolution. Application for Thomas Davis Jones. Membership deliverd 21 Jun 1968.2 She was the daughter of Robert Slaughter and Mary Smith.1 Martha Slaughter married Capt. Gabriel Jones in 1766.3,2

Children of Martha Slaughter and Capt. Gabriel Jones

  • Gabriel Jones+3 b. 12 Nov 1768, d. 10 Jul 1835
  • Frances Jones3
  • Mary Jones3
  • Robert Jones3

Child of Martha Slaughter and Maj William Broadus

  • Harriet Broadus3

Citations

  1. "See Surname", Page 427.
  2. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution membership Applications, 1889-1970, photocopy at Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.com, 96768.
  3. "See Surname", Page 428.

Deborah LLoyd1

F, b. circa 1740
FatherCol Robert LLoyd1
MotherAnna Maria Tilghman1 b. 15 Nov 1709, d. 30 Aug 1763
Last Edited13 Mar 2016
     Deborah LLoyd was born circa 1740 at Hope, Talbot County, Maryland.1 She was the daughter of Col Robert LLoyd and Anna Maria Tilghman.1 Deborah LLoyd married Col Peregrine Tilghman, son of Col Richard Tilghman and Susan Frisby, before 1779 at Talbot County, Maryland.1

Children of Deborah LLoyd and Col Peregrine Tilghman

Citations

  1. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Page 454.

James Ringgold1

M, b. circa 1740
Last Edited29 May 2016
     James Ringgold was born circa 1740.1

Children of James Ringgold

Child of James Ringgold and Sarah Williamson

Citations

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

Lucy Redman1

F, b. circa 1740, d. before 1840
FatherCol. Henry Sisson Redman1
MotherElizabeth Maria Simpson1
Last Edited3 Apr 2015
     Lucy Redman was born circa 1740.1 She was the daughter of Col. Henry Sisson Redman and Elizabeth Maria Simpson.1 Lucy Redman married Richard Templeman Brown, son of William Brown and Margaret Templeman, on 27 March 1806.1 Lucy Redman died before 1840.1

Children of Lucy Redman and Richard Templeman Brown

Citations

  1. Larry C. Brown, "Decendants of William Brown," e-mail to David C. Pratt., 6 Jun 2007.

Frances Hutt1

F, b. circa 1740, d. 10 September 1764
Last Edited30 Jan 2016
     Frances Hutt was born circa 1740.1 She married William Brown, son of John Brown and Frances Fryer, on 10 December 1762.1,2 Frances Hutt died on 10 September 1764.2

Child of Frances Hutt and William Brown

Citations

  1. Larry C. Brown, "Decendants of William Brown," e-mail to David C. Pratt., 6 Jun 2007.
  2. Letter, Henry Peyton to David C. Pratt providing an Abstract of the records in the Brown Family Bible in the possession of Eleanor Perry Read., 4 Jun 2007.

John Spilman1

M, b. 1740, d. 1815
FatherJohn Spilman2 b. c 1718
Last Edited18 Jul 2016
     John Spilman was born in 1740 in Virginia. He was the son of John Spilman.2 John Spilman married (?) Davenport circa 1760 at Virginia While it is widely accepted that Cynthia Davenport Spilman/Armstrong is the daughter of John Spilman and Elziabeth Kelly, there is scanty documentation of this relationship. Although this researchr can find no proof of a marriage between John Spilman and an unknown Davenport, the fact that John was likely close to 40 at the time of his marriage to Elizabeth. It is therefore possible that John may well have had a family before his marriage to Elizabeth. This plus the fact that Cynthia "Davenport" Spilman/Armstrong is listed in John's son William K. Spilman's will as a niece rather than a sister would tend to indicate that Cynthia was Johns granddaughter rather than his daughter. One possible solution to the problem is to make Cynthia "Davenport" the daughter of an as yet un-named son of John's who would have married a Davenport. The sir name of Davenport is suggested because of Cynthia middle name. While purely conjecture, unless some one finds a baptismal certificate, this is as reasonable and assuming that Cynthia is the Daughter of John and Elizabeth.3 John Spilman married Elizabeth Kelly, daughter of Alexander Kelly ?, on 4 October 1779 in Fauquier County.4 John Spilman died in 1815 in Culpeper County. He was buried in the Fischbach Cemetery; This cemetery is suppose to be located near Jeffersonton. The dates of his birth and death are taken from a tombstone still to be seen there. His existence is further confirmed by the tithables of the time, and the administration of his estate.

Child of John Spilman and (?) Davenport

Children of John Spilman and Elizabeth Kelly

Citations

  1. Melville, SPILMAN PAPERS, p. 144.
  2. Edited by Frederick Adams Virkus The Compendium of American Geneaology - The Standard Genealogical Encylopedia of The First Families of America - Vol VI, In the Line of Baldwin Day Spilman.
  3. Dave Pratt's observation!
  4. Nancy Chappelear and John K. Gott, Early Fauquier County, Virginia Marriage Bonds, p. 114, Edward Settle Bondsman.
  5. Melville, SPILMAN PAPERS, p. 144.

Susannah Clayton1,2

F, b. 1740, d. 25 February 1818
FatherMaj Philip Clayton3 b. 1702, d. 1786
Last Edited21 Jun 2016
     Susannah Clayton was born in 1740 at Tappahannock, Essex County, Virginia.4 She was the daughter of Maj Philip Clayton.3 Susannah Clayton married Col James Slaughter, son of Robert Slaughter and Mary Smith, before 1758 at Culpeper, Virginia.1 Susannah Clayton died on 25 February 1818 at Christian County, Kentucky.4

Children of Susannah Clayton and Col James Slaughter

Citations

  1. Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", Page 208.
  2. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Col James Slaughter - Find A Grave Memorial# 97766427.
  3. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Maj Philip Clayton - Find A Grave Memorial# 11549714.
  4. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Susannah Clayton Slaughter - Find A Grave Memorial# 97766132.
  5. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Judge James Slaughter - Find A Grave Memorial# 123344032.
  6. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Samuel Slaughter - Find A Grave Memorial# 19798793.

Capt. Gabriel Jones1

M, b. 1740, d. 1777
Photo posted on Find A Grave by Leonard Mallonee, 24 may 2007
Last Edited18 Jun 2016
     Capt. Gabriel Jones was born in 1740 at Essex County, Virginia.2 He married Martha Slaughter, daughter of Robert Slaughter and Mary Smith, in 1766.1,3 Capt. Gabriel Jones died in 1777 at Virginia; Burial: Lagrange, Culpeper County, Virginia.2 He Posted on Find-A-Grave "He was the first to form a Marine Company, serving as a Captain of a ship at Fredericksburg. After the Virginia Marine Corps was abandoned in 1776, he commanded the 8th Company of the 1st Virginia Regiment; His parents were Gabriel Jones Sr. and Mary (Johnson) Edmundson. - He married (!st) Mary Waller of Spotsylvania County and (2nd) Martha Slaughter, daughter of Robert Slaughter".2

Children of Capt. Gabriel Jones and Martha Slaughter

  • Gabriel Jones+1 b. 12 Nov 1768, d. 10 Jul 1835
  • Frances Jones1
  • Mary Jones
  • Robert Jones1

Citations

  1. "See Surname", Page 428.
  2. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Capt. Gabriel Jones, Jr - Find A Grave Memorial# 19505039.
  3. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution membership Applications, 1889-1970, photocopy at Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.com, 96768.

Thomas Tilman1

M, b. 1740
FatherThomas Tillman1 b. 1 May 1720, d. 1813
MotherLucy Hix1 b. 1722, d. 5 May 1763
Last Edited30 Oct 2016
     Thomas Tilman was born in 1740 at Goochland Parish, Goochland County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Thomas Tillman and Lucy Hix.1 Thomas Tilman married Susan Moon at Goochland Parish, Goochland County, Virginia.1

Children of Thomas Tilman and Susan Moon

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.

Silas Flanary1

M, b. 1740, d. before 26 January 1802
FatherThomas Flanary1 b. c 1720
Last Edited18 Jul 2015
     Silas Flanary, "H.B.M. Bales, Early Settlers of Lee Co. VA and Adjacent Counties, 2:660-671. Served in the Montgomery Co., VA, militia and in Captain Enoch Ozborn's Company during the American Revolution (millitia records pp. 101-02). Appears on the Montgomery Co. tax lists for 1788-89. In Montgomery Co. as late as 1792-93, where he's shown as Elizabeth's father in the marriage records. Sometime before 1794 he moved to Russell Co., VA, where he and his son-in-law John Marshall bought land on 13 Dec 1794. His will, date unknown, was destroyed in a fire with other court records in 1871, but was produced in court for probate on 26 Jan 1802. (Order Book 3 at 175-76.) Reguarding his military service, the fallowing was taken from the Martin-Warner Family Tree on Ancestry.com: "He was sometimes referred to as Lilam Flanary or Silas Liliam Flanary; He appears on the Muster Rolls of Montgomery County, Virginia during the Revolutionary War; He is listed in William Herbert's Company in Lord Dunmore's War, Fincastle County, Virginia; He served in Enoch Osubrn's Company of Militia Information of a warrant issued for them by the British for horse thievery; "
.2 He was born in 1740 at North Carolina.1 He was the son of Thomas Flanary.1 Silas Flanary married Violet Marshall circa 1773.1 He and his son-in-law,John Marshall , purchased 190 acres on the Clinch River. on 13 December 1794 at Clinch River, Russell County, Virginia.3 Silas Flanary died before 26 January 1802 at Russell County, Virginia; Silas Flannarys will was destroyed in a courthouse fire in 1871. It was produced in court and proven by oath of Henry Dickenson, a witness thereto and ordered to be recorded.1,3

Children of Silas Flanary and Violet Marshall

Citations

  1. Deborah Lynn Flannery Cardona, Ancestors of William Flannery.
  2. Ancestry.com World Tree Projects, online www.ancestry.com, Information provided by Ray Stephens 1107.
  3. Public Member Tree, online search.ancestry.com, Radford Family Tree.
  4. Kansas City Chapter DAR, Vital Historical Records of Jackson County, Missouri 1826 - 1876, Page 234, Cemeteries-Fort Osage Township.

Thomas Loughton Smith1

M, b. 1740, d. 1773
Last Edited17 Jul 2016
     Thomas Loughton Smith was born in 1740.1 He married Elizabeth Inglis circa 1760.1 Thomas Loughton Smith died in 1773.1

Children of Thomas Loughton Smith and Elizabeth Inglis

  • Elizabeth Smith1
  • Anna Loughton Smith1
  • Claudia Smith1
  • Maria Smith1
  • Harriet Beresford Smith1

Citations

  1. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Elizabeth Inglisl Clitherall - Find A Grave Memorial# 49950435.

John Brown1

M, b. after 1740
FatherJohn Brown1 b. c 1720, d. 20 Nov 1780
MotherElizabeth Brown1 b. c 1728
Last Edited10 Apr 2015
     John Brown married Sallie Gibbs.2 John Brown married Phoebia Brown.2 John Brown was born after 1740 at Culpeper County, Virginia.1,3 He was the son of John Brown and Elizabeth Brown.1 John Brown was recorded in the will of John Brown on 7 January 1774 at Culpeper County.4

Family: John Brown and Phoebia Brown

Family: John Brown and Sallie Gibbs

Citations

  1. Green, GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL Notes, Phil Slaughter.
  2. Green, GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL Notes.
  3. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:1KQM-N4C).
  4. Green, GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL Notes, Notes to Genealogists: Vol II, page 46.

William Jones1

M, b. between 1740 and 1761
FatherWilliam Jones b. b 1725, d. 1772
MotherSarah (?)2
Last Edited5 Mar 2016
     William Jones was born between 1740 and 1761 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina.3 He was the son of William Jones and Sarah (?)2 William Jones began military service with the Continental Army in 1777; Served with the Continental Army at Charleston, South Carolina.1 He was supposed to have been captured and held by the British aboard a prison ship near Charleston, North Carolina for some two years circa 1779.3 The Daughters of the American Revolution Patriot Index does not list a William Jones from North Carolina. It does, how ever, list a Wilie and a Willis Jones from North Carolina.3

Citations

  1. Letter from C. P. Jones, Letter To Son A.J. Jones dated Dec. 3, 1895.
  2. Tom Harp, "Copy of William Jones 1771 Will," e-mail to Dave Pratt, 5 May 2008.
  3. Letter from C. P. Jones.

Charles Goldsborough1

M, b. 2 April 1740, d. 25 February 1769
Last Edited16 Feb 2016
     Charles Goldsborough was born on 2 April 1740 at Maryland.1 He married Anna Maria Tilghman, daughter of William Tilghman and Margaret Lloyd, circa 1760 at Maryland.1 Charles Goldsborough died on 25 February 1769 at Maryland at age 28.1

Child of Charles Goldsborough and Anna Maria Tilghman

  • Hon Charles Goldsborough1

Citations

  1. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Page 450.

Richard Tilghman1

M, b. 6 April 1740, d. 12 April 1809
FatherWilliam Tilghman1 b. 22 Sep 1711, d. b 31 Oct 1782
MotherMargaret Lloyd1 b. 16 Feb 1714
Last Edited28 Oct 2016
     Richard Tilghman was born on 6 April 1740 at Queen Anne County, Maryland.1 He was the son of William Tilghman and Margaret Lloyd.1 Richard Tilghman married Mary Gibson, daughter of John Gibson, on 2 August 1784 at Talbot County, Maryland.2 Richard Tilghman died on 12 April 1809 at age 69.1

Children of Richard Tilghman and Mary Gibson

  • William Gibson Tilghman2
  • John Lloyd Tilghman2
  • Richard Tilghman2

Citations

  1. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Page 450.
  2. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Page 456.