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110801 [Ron Rabon.ged]

From abstract of Will of William Daniel:
Left plantation and track of land he lived on to son William (along with Saah, Mary, Ann and Agatha). His son William also received his brandy still, a table and carpet. To his sons Mosely, John, Robert, Obadiah, he left his track of Jemeco land equally. To daughters: Elizabeth, got Negro boy Ben; Sarah got a feather bed and furniture and 3 pounds sterling to buy a suit of clothes. Mosely, John, Robert and Obadiah also received a Negro woman named Kate. William also requested that his 3 youngest girls, ( Mary, Ann and Agatha) live at Jemeco upon their brothers plantations until they are married and their Negro wencheir uncle John Mosely buys for them; all the rest of my personal estate to be equally divided among my 7 children: Mosely, John, Robert, Obadiah, Mary, Ann, and Agatha. Executors: sons William, John, Robert and Obadiah. Wit: David George, John George, Ann Gardner.

William was undersheriff of Middlesex Co., VA 1689.

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[Fred Lager.ged]

(Kari Helton's website http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~zengirl/index.htm suggests that the birth occurred in Virginia) and died on 29 May 1723 in Middlesex Co., VA. (William's internment was 31 May 1723 in Middlesex Co., VA. According to Kari Helton's website)
General Notes: Dates are taken from "Early Virginia Marriage Records". The first public record of this William is where he, as William Daniel Jr., witnessed the will of Thomas Cardwell, 12 May 1680 or 1682 (Ref 73). He did not appear to prove the will in 1689, although he was under sheriff in Middlesex Co. at the time (OB 414). William Daniell Sr., stipulated in his will that his three youngest daughters remain on the plantation bequeathed to his eldest son William, "till they are marryed".
(A Time in Place" 1650-1750).

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Daniel, William (I530891)
 
110802 [Ron Rabon.ged]

Robert bought land jointly with brother William in Middlesex Va. , in 1704.

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[Fred Lager.ged]

Robert's mother as well as his place of birth NEEDS ADDITIONAL INVESTIGATION. Robert inherited 150 acres of land from his father, half of a 300 acre plantation on the Bryre Run adjoining the property of Thomas Cardwell. One reference suggests that Robert's mother may have been Dorothy Forth, the daughter of Hugh Forth (1592 Wigham, England) and Jane Grundy, who married a William Daniel. But that William is believed to have died and was buried in England. Robert was the Undersheriff of Middlesex Co. in 1680 and placed on the Commission of Justices of the Peace in 1705. Robert can be found in various records referenced as Captain Robert Daniel.

Captain Robert DANIEL Sr. was born before 1666 in England. He died on 27 Dec 1720 in Middlesex Co., VA. Captain had a will probated on 7 Mar 1720/1721 in Middlesex Co., VA.. He signed a will on 23 Dec 1720 in Middlesex Co., VA.. The will of Robert Daniel of Middlesex Co., Virginia was dated 23 December 1720, and proved in Court 7 March 1721. He was placed on the Commission of Justices of the Peace 1705/06. (Compiler's note: According to "A Place in Time," Robert left 11 children including 6 sons. There is also an indication that he was married twice.)

He was called Captain Robert Daniel, 17 Jun 1703. Robert (Jr) had 11 kids among which: Garrett b 1705 d 1744; James b 1707 lived Goochland ca 1741but lived in the part that was cut out of Goochland in 1745, became Albermarle where he died 1761; William b Dec 16, 1716; Robert (III) b Jan 24, 1718?); Reuben 1721, Margaret 1723, Mary 1724, George Oct 1727,Samuel 1729 d 1823 Rappahannock Co., Va. m Eliz Thomas of Caroline Co., Esther b 1732 m Jeremiah Shepherd (d Essex Co), Milicent 1734 d 1735,Benjamin b 1736 and Katherine b 1740 d 1741.

He was made a Vestryman in Christ Church at a meeting, 04 Sep 1694, but is not recorded as an attending Vestryman until later. He served as a Justice in Middlesex Co. in Dec 1702 and for some years later. He was called Captain. Christ Church Parish, Middlesex Co., VA: "Robert DANIELL & Marg. PRICE both natives of this pairsh mari. 7th Feb.1687.""James, Son of Robert & Marg DANIELL borne 5th November 1709"James Son James & Margarett DANIELL born Feb. ye 17 baptized March 1716." "John son of James & Margarett DANIELL born Jan'y 19. baptized Feb'y 1721." "Robert the Sone of Robert & Margaret DANIELL was borne 21th Septmb. 1691." "Henry the Sone of Robert & Marg. DANIELL, Baptized the 15th Day of March 1701/2.

Janice Mauldin Castleman's website / castle96@flash.net
Notes for ROBERT DANIEL: A Middlesex Co., VA query from USGenWeb project: DANIEL - BEVERLY - PRICE. . . . .Richard Pickett. . . . .11-November-1996, "Seeking info on Robert DANIEL, b 21-SEP-1691 in Middlesex Co., VA, d 8-JUL-1742 in Middlesex Co., m Elizabeth BEVERLY (date unk), and had issue; William, Robert, Reuben, Margaret, Mary and George. Also need info on Elizabeth's parents. Robert was the s/o Captain Robert DANIEL and Maragret PRICE, m 7-FEB-1687 in Middlesex Co., VA." From ROOTS-L archived message list, DANIEL surname: Robert DANIEL, born bef 1666, died 27 Dec 1720 in Middlesex Co., VA, married Margaret PRICE, 07 Feb 1687. She died 11 Aug 1734. He was made a Vestryman in Christ Church at a meeting, 04 Sep 1694, but is not recorded as an attending Vestryman until later. He served as a Justice in Middlesex Co. in Dec 1702 and for some years later. He was called Captain Robert Daniel, 17 Jun 1703. His record has been confused with that of his son, Robert, for both married and reared families in Middlesex Co., VA. However, the careful study of the wills, etc. by Judge Newman separated them. The will of Robert DANIEL of Middlesex Co., VA, made 23 Dec 1720, was proved 07 Mar 1721. (Recorded in Bk 4 P 168 Middlesex Co.).

Additional resources for Robert Daniel include:

1.) Middlesex,Va., Daniel Descendants - Robert Neville Mann and Cahterine Cleek Mann, 1959, Whitener's Lettershop, Inc.; Rome, GA.; Library of Congress Call NumberL: 59-9576, pg. 14.

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Daniel, Robert (I530796)
 
110803 [Ron Rabon.ged]

Source: Duveen McDonald, listed sources on family sheet include: Will of James Daniel d. 8/18/1747 probated 10/4/1748, Middlesex, Virginia will Book 3 page 220.
"A Generation of the Glassell Family" by Reverend Horace Hayden, 1891m /g929.264 h (DPL)
"VA Historical Magazine"," Middlesex, VA, Daniel Descendants", 929.273D221m (SLC)
Will of Margaret Daniel8/27/1750 p 1750, Middlesex, VA will book 1745-1760 pg 138
Jackie Burton of Hamilton, Ohio, Wurts Magna Carta Vol 6 page 1783

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Grosvenor, Christina (I300394)
 
110804 [Ron Rabon.ged]

Source: Duveen McDonald, listed sources on family sheet include: Will of James Daniel D. 8/18/1747 probated 10/4/1748, Middlesex, Virginia will Book 3 page 220.
"A Generation of the Glassell Family" by Reverend Horace Hayden, 1891m /g929.264 h (DPL)
"VA Historical Magazine"," Middlesex, VA, Daniel Descendants", 929.273D221m (SLC)
Will of Margaret Daniel8/27/1750 p 1750, Middlesex, VA will book 1745-1760 pg 138
Jackie Burton of Hamilton, Ohio, Wurts Magna Carta Vol 6 page 1783

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Daniels, Peter (I300395)
 
110805 [Ron Rabon.ged]

Source: Duveen McDonald, listed sources on family sheet include: Will of James Daniel d. 8/18/1747 probated 10/4/1748, Middlesex, Virginia will Book 3 page 220.
"A Generation of the Glassell Family" by Reverend Horace Hayden, 1891m /g929.264 h (DPL)
"VA Historical Magazine"," Middlesex, VA, Daniel Descendants", 929.273D221m (SLC)
Will of Margaret Daniel8/27/1750 p 1750, Middlesex, VA will book 1745-1760 pg 138
Jackie Burton of Hamilton, Ohio, Wurts Magna Charta Vol 6 page 1783

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Manwaring, Anna (I530814)
 
110806 [Ronald S. E. Hillman.ged]
[Will Johnson.ged]

The following information was compiled and supplied by Robert Davidson of Eastford, CT.

James Lindsey, son of William and Jane, was willed his father's land and plantation in Brunswick Co., which he and his wife Mary , together with nephew James Lindsey Durham, who had inherited an adjoining tract, sold in 1777 and moved to Surry Co., North Carolina, to join other family members who had moved down about five years earlier.
James and Mary Lindsey were in Surry county for about ten years, until a lawsuit against their son Carlton Lindsey caused them to move toSouth Carolina. Carlton Lindsey, with brother Caleb Lindsey asco-defendant, was convicted of "trespass" in 1788, and James Lindsey was charged with failing to deliver them to the authorities. Both James and Carlton Lindsey had land holdings (about 600 acres), and although there was a deed of sale of this land in 1788, the land was apparently seized by the sheriff and sold off by the county in 1791, after the Lindsey's had left.
For the next twenty years the Lindsey's and their family are found both in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina and in adjoining Rutherford County, North Carolina. James Lindsey with wife and family of six is given in the 1790 census of Spartanburg County. James Lindsey, Sr. and wife, both over 55, with two in family, is found in the 1800 census of Rutherford Co., North Carolina. No record of James Lindsey's death has been found, but he must have died in Rutherford County shortly after 1800, at age approximately 70.
James Lindsey 's family can be reconstructed with reasonable accuracy. Two daughters, Susanna and Elizabeth, were left household items in their grandfather's will in Brunswick county, Virginia, in1766. Four men who must have been sons are found in Surry Co., North Carolina records; Carlton, Caleb, Joshua May and James William. There was only one Lindsey family in Surry County in the early 1780's, and we know these four are brothers from later records in Kentucky. Other probable sons, younger than these four, are Micajah and John, both clearly associated with this family in Spartanburg County and in Rutherford County later.
There may have been others. The relationship with the Carlton family is unclear, but it may be that Mary, wife of James Sr. was a Carlton, or that James named a son Carlton after his brother-in-law, John Carlton. Much of the following information (on the children-rjc) is taken from "The Lindsey Clan" (1972), by Mrs. Joe Dutton and Mrs. Virgel McMillan of Texas, and from research done by Jackson Stell of Montgomery, Alabama
Copyright 2000 Will Johnson. This material may not be published without prior writen approval.

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Lindsey, James William (I530889)
 
110807 [Rose Smith.ged]

Name Suffix: Sr

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[Kistner.ged]

According to family tradition, which so far cannot be documented, Benjamin McKimzey was born in Scotland around 1725. He is said to have fought in the Battle of Culloden Moor where Scotland lost it's independence. To avoid the savagery with which the English were treating the defeated Scotts and their families, Benjamin McKimzey and some of his people fled to Ireland and walked across this island, a trip which took them six weeks and which was marked with great hardship. On reaching the coast, they caught a ship to America and settled first in Lord Baltimore's colony (now Maryland) on the east side of the Potomac River.

Upon reaching America, they dropped the first syllable of their last name, leaving the name "Kimzey." Some members of the family have further changed their name by substituting "s" for "z" and leaving the name as "Kimsey".

James Kimzey, who is thought to have been a brother of Benjamin, settled near him. They soon moved southwestward, Benjamin settling in Augusta Co., Virginia, and James settling in Henrico Co., Virginia.

Around 1768, Benjamin Kimzey and his family moved to Henrico Co., Virginia, and settled near James Kimzey, where they lived during the American revolution. For some unknown reason, Benjamin did not take the oath of allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1777, but he and James each subscribed to this oath in 1778 while residing in Henry County.

About 1785 both Benjamin and James Kimzey moved. James moved into Tennessee and settled on Duck River. Benjamin moved into what was then Burke, later Buncombe Co., North Carolina, and settled near the mouth of Cane Creek.

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[Dawn Garrett.ged]

The following is copied from pgs 121-125 of "For We Cannot Tarry Here" by Kirke Wilson, San Francisco, 1990:
"The Kimsey family originated in Scotland where Benjamin McKimsey, an older brother of James born in 1725, fought at the Battle of Culloden and fled to safety, with his family to Ireland. According to family legend, McKimsey and his party crossed Ireland on foot before catching a ship to Maryland where both Benjamin and his brother James, with their name simplified to Kimsey, settled. Before 1750, the two brothers relocated to Virginia where Benjamin settled in Augusta County and James in Henry County. About 1768, James moved to Augusta County near his brother where both lived during the Revolutionary War. The brothers, after some delay, swore loyalty to Virginia in 1778. About 1785, the brothers moved again. James Kimsey and his family settled on the Duck River in what is now Tennessee where two Kimsey daughters married Simpson sons. Called "Polly" by the members of her family, Mary Kimsey married William Simpson and her older sister Elizabeth Kimsey married William's older brother James Simpson. James Kimsey was killed in the War of 1812, presumably in Tennessee. Mary Kimsey, the daughter of James Croly, moved, with her daughter and her Simpson in-laws, to Missouri where she died in 1835."

In a letter from Robert Kimsey from Louisianna, to Kathy Shewmaker (Kimsey) it states...
"Benjamin I, the father of our ancestors, is listed on the 1800 census of North Carolina with his wife, the only two people in the household, both are over 45 years old. Benjamin II is also listed, he is over 45, his wife is between the age of 25 and 35."

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[mightyfamily.ged]

He is thought to have had a family of six sons and four daughters, but the names of his other children, if any, are not known. He was living in Henrico Co., Virginia, in 1777, but around 1785 moved to what was then Burke Co., North Carolina. He married Margaret, daughter of John Gregg, in Virginia, probably Augusta County. Margaret's father came from Ireland to Pennsylvania. In 1752 Mr. Gregg left Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania and moved to Augusta Co., Virginia, where he made his home until his death about 1760. Benjamin and Margaret Gregg Kimzey made their home near Sandy Mush, in Buncombe Co., North Carolina. He was a Baptist minister and a farmer. It is said that three of his sons were "Revivalists" or evangelistic Baptist preachers.

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Kimsey, Benjamin (I531934)
 
110808 [Royal Ancestors.ged]

1691: Mary, widow of Love Brewster died.
"New England Marriages Prior to 1700" compiled by Clarence Almon Torrey; p. 96; The Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc.; Baltimore, Maryland; 1985 (974.0 NEa/Marriage SCGS) (Randall Library)

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Collier, Sarah (I215944)
 
110809 [Royal Ancestors.ged]

Analysis of Parentage of Jane Hussey.
Jane Hussey is widely accepted and documented as having lived between 1534 and 1584, with William Eaton as her husband. From that point things get murky. Who was her father? Some say Thomas Shepherd. Why Thomas Shepherd? No one has documented how they arrived at this name and why she would have a different name than her father. Other people have listed Rev Christopher Hussey as her father. The problem with this is that he was born after she died, according to her will she died in 1584, and he was born in 1598. Others list other Hussey?s. I am using Thomas Hussey and Bridget Bowes as her parents. The time frame is right and Thomas mother's name was Jane. People frequently named their children after their parents. Jane is a recurring Hussey name. Again it is too early to predict exactly who her parents were without documentation. Someone needs to do the leg work of checking official records in the Hussey areas of England to settle this. For now Thomas and Bridget are the best bet. Thomas Shepherd can not be ruled out. However, the probability that he was her father is much lower that some one with the name of Hussey. Of course there is the chance that she married a Hussey and was windowed. If so who and why do we have her fathers name and not her dead husbands name. It does not make sense. Thomas Hussey and Bridget Bowes makes more sense.
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The following sources list Jane Hussey as the wife of William Eaton and mother of Peter Eaton. The confusion with Thomas Shepherd arises out the mismatch of Elizabeth Shepherd as William Eaton's wife. The probability of Jane, William and Peter being as I have them here is higher then the alleged Shepherd linkage which has no source origin other than the internet.

Title: History Genealogical and Biographical of the Eaton Families by Nellie Zada Rice Molyneux. Pub. 1911
Page: page 101-104, 273

Title: Dow, Ball, Eaton and Allied Families, Grace Ann (Ball) Dow. Pub 1943 (NEHGR lending library)
Page: p. 67 
Hussey, Jane (I538474)
 
110810 [Royal Ancestors.ged]

She was said to be of Duxbury.

"The St Olave parish registers show: . . .
Baptisms
18 Feb. 1611[/12] Mary, d. Willm Collyar, Grocer"

"(Hon.) Wm. Collier, one of the first settlers of Plymouth, had a dau'r Mary, who m. Gov. Thomas Prince, of Plymouth. He first m. Patience, dau 'r of the noted Wm. Brewster, in 1624; she d. in 1634. He was elected governor in 1635, and then lived at Duxbury, and m. Mary Collier for second wife the same year. Gov. Prince removed to Eastham in 1644, where his second wife d. and he returned to Plymouth in 1663."

"Mary, became the 2d w. of Gov. Prence, Apr. 1, 1635."

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~barbpretz/ps03/ps03_094.html

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Collier, Mary (I538203)
 
110811 [Royal Ancestors.ged]

Source: Frederick A. Virkus; ed, Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, (1925 to 1942; Institute of American Genealogy; Chicago; 7 Volumes), 2630.) was born c 1560 in Hingham, Norfolk, England? (Source: (1) United Ancestories CD, NO:1-128, c1558)

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Clarke, John (I538090)
 
110812 [Royal Ancestors.ged]

The American Genealogist, v. 49, p. 215.
Title: Eldredge Genealogy Title: Plymouth Colony Its History & People 1620-169 1 by Eugene Aubrey Stratton

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Clarke, Jane (I538096)
 
110813 [Royal Ancestors.ged]

The Great Migration Begins by Robert C. Anderson, Vol I-III, NEHGS ONLINE
(athttp://www.newenglandancestors.org)
WILLIAM COLLIER
ORIGIN: Southwark, Surrey
MIGRATION: 1633
FIRST RESIDENCE: Plymouth
REMOVES: Duxbury after 1639
OCCUPATION: Grocer (in England).

FREEMAN:
Admitted 1 January 1633/4 [PCR 1:4, 21].
In list of freemen, 7 March 1636/7 [PCR 1:52].
In Plymouth section of list of 1639 (where his name is crossed out and reentered in the Duxbury section) [PCR 8:173-74].
In Duxbury section of lists of 1658 and 29 May 1670 (where his name is crossed out and marked "deceased" [PCR 5:274, 8:198].

EDUCATION: His appointment to the committee to review the laws speaks of considerable education.

OFFICES:
Plymouth Colony Assistant, 1635-37, 1639-51, 1654-65[MA Civil List 37-39].
Plymouth Commissioner to United Colonies, 1643 [MA Civil List 28].
Committee to assess colony taxes [PCR 1:26].
Committee to lay out highways, for "Duxbery side," 1 October 1634 [PCR 1:31].
Committee to view farm land, 2 March 1635/6 [PCR 1:39].
Committee to set bounds for Scituate, 6 March 1637/8 [PCR 1:80].
Committee to view North Hill and set bounds, 4 February 1638/9 [PCR 1:112].
Committee to treat with Massachusetts Bay, 7 March 1642/3, 10 June 1650 [PCR 2:53, 159].
Council of War, 27 September 1642, 10 October 1643, 1 June 1658 [PCR 2:47, 64, 3:139].
Coroner, 2 June 1646 [PCR 2:101].
Committee to draw up the excise, 7 July 1646 [PCR 2:105].
Committee for the letting of trade, June 1649 [PCR 2:144].
Auditor, 3 July 1656 [PCR 3:104].
Committee to review the laws, 3 June 1657 [PCR 3:117].

ESTATE:
"Mr. Collier's men" assessed 18s. in Plymouth tax list of 25 March 1633 [PCR 1:11];
"Mr. Will[iam] Collier" assessed Ð2 5s. in list of 27 March 1634 [PCR 1:27].
In allocation of mowing ground on 1 July 1633, reference is made to ground "that Mr. Collier hath" [PCR 1:14].
On 5 July 1635, Mr. William Collier was granted a parcel of land in the woods called North Hill, with some "tussicke march ground" [PCR 1:35].
On 3 October 1662, "Mr. Collyare" complained that the records of his grant at the North Hill were lost and could not be found, and the court ordered that the land be viewed and the report of it be recorded [PCR 4:27, 39].
On 6 March 1649[/50] William "Colliar" made over his right to a ten acre parcel of upland in "Duxborrow" to "my kinsman William Clark" [PCR 12:182].
On 2 July 1667 the court agreed to a grant of thirty or forty acres of land for Mr. William Collyare's grandchild, "that grand child who is now servicable unto him" [PCR 4:159].
On 2 March 1668/9 the court granted him fifty acres in the tract of land at Namassakett [PCR 5:14].
On 5 July 1671 the court appointed Gov. Mr. Constant Southworth, Mr. Thomas Clarke, and "Benjamine Barlett," or any three of them to administer the estate of "Mr. William Collyare," deceased [PCR 5:68].
On 29 October 1671 the court ordered that "Daniell Cole" was to have all such particulars out of the estate of "William Collyare" that are extant [PCR 5:80].

BIRTH:
By about 1585 based on date of marriage. At court 7 June 1659, "In regard that Mr. Collyare, by reason of age and much business on him, cannot attend the country's business at courts but with great difficulties, the Court have appointed the Treasurer to procure him a servant, and do allow him for that purpose the sum of Ð10" [PCR 3:166].

DEATH: After 29 May 1670 (in list of Duxbury freemen) and before 5 July 1671 (administration granted on estate).

MARRIAGE: St Olave, Southwark, Surrey, 16 May 1611, Jane Clark [TAG 49:215]; she died after 28 June 1666 when she consented to a deed made by her husband [PCLR 3:152].

CHILDREN (unless otherwise stated, from TAG 49:215):
i MARY, bp. St.Olave, Southwark, 18 February 1611[/2]; m. Plymouth 1 April 1635 THOMAS PRENCE (as his second of four wives) [PCR 1:34].
ii HANNAH, bp. St Olave

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[Sharen Neal.ged]

CONFLICT: Imm. Ancestors states his as William COLLIER with no wife named

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Collier, William (I538089)
 
110814 [Ruth A. Helvy]

MARRIAGE- provided by Jack MacDonald: Mildred was married (1) to Edward Blackburn in VA. She married (2) (----) Medley in Culpeper Co., VA. I believe her second husband was John Medley, but have not been able to verify yet. Mildred's second marriage was mentioned in the letter of John Christy dated 25 December 1844, as well as the letter by James Christy dated 7 December 1844.

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Christy, Mildred (I533822)
 
110815 [S11569] Europaische Stammtafeln, by Wilhelm Karl, Prinz zu Isenburg, Vol. VII, Tafel 152. Nesselrode, Johan Wilhelm von (I149376)
 
110816 [S15] George Edward Cokayne, editor, The Complete Baronetage, 5 volumes (no date (c. 1900); reprint, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 1983), volume II, page 417. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Baronetage. Baird, James (I245200)
 
110817 [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke's Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 1295. Hereinafter cited as Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition. Preston, Catherine (I235850)
 
110818 [SCHQ 4:194]
Zabriskie, Rev. John Lansing, b. Mar. 4, 1779; d. Aug. 15, 1850. "From
1811 until his death pastor of the Ref. Dutch Ch. at Millstone." 
ZABRISKIE, John Lansing (I416475)
 
110819 [See Appendix to Abstracts for New York Wills, Vol. 31] Page 102. The house and lot of Benjamin Payne was on the northeast corner of Cherry and Roosevelt streets, and the lots on Front street, opposite. The house and lot on Beekman Slip is now Nos. 25-27 Fulton street. The house and lot on Cannon's Dock is now No. 210 Water street, also the lots opposite. The son Benjamin was a physician in Flushing , and died young, leaving one daughter, Sarah, who married Samuel B. Nicoll. She was grandmother of Hon. DeLancey Nicoll. --W.S.P. Paine, Sarah Brown (I414283)
 
110820 [See Appendix to Abstracts for New York Wills, Vol. 31] Page 102. The house and lot of Benjamin Payne was on the northeast corner of Cherry and Roosevelt streets, and the lots on Front street, opposite. The house and lot on Beekman Slip is now Nos. 25-27 Fulton street. The house and lot on Cannon's Dock is now No. 210 Water street, also the lots opposite. The son Benjamin was a physician in Flushing , and died young, leaving one daughter, Sarah, who married Samuel B. Nicoll. She was grandmother of Hon. DeLancey Nicoll. --W.S.P. Paine, Sarah G. (I414588)
 
110821 [See Appendix to Abstracts for New York Wills, Vol. 31] Page 102. The house and lot of Benjamin Payne was on the northeast corner of Cherry and Roosevelt streets, and the lots on Front street, opposite. The house and lot on Beekman Slip is now Nos. 25-27 Fulton street. The house and lot on Cannon's Dock is now No. 210 Water street, also the lots opposite. The son Benjamin was a physician in Flushing , and died young, leaving one daughter, Sarah, who married Samuel B. Nicoll. She was grandmother of Hon. DeLancey Nicoll. --W.S.P. Paine, Benjamin (I414602)
 
110822 [See Appendix to Abstracts for New York Wills, Vol. 31] Page 102. The house and lot of Benjamin Payne was on the northeast corner of Cherry and Roosevelt streets, and the lots on Front street, opposite. The house and lot on Beekman Slip is now Nos. 25-27 Fulton street. The house and lot on Cannon's Dock is now No. 210 Water street, also the lots opposite. The son Benjamin was a physician in Flushing , and died young, leaving one daughter, Sarah, who married Samuel B. Nicoll. She was grandmother of Hon. DeLancey Nicoll. --W.S.P. Paine, Benjamin (I414679)
 
110823 [Seth Johnson.ged]

!Birth: St Georges Parish Records, Baltimore Co., Maryland

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Simpson, Matthew (I535733)
 
110824 [Seth Johnson.ged]

!St Georges Parish, Baltimore Co., Maryland

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Simpson, Richard (I535734)
 
110825 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

(SP) Sine Prole (died without issue) 
Grey, John (I533993)
 
110826 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Alternate name found in file: Jennet Halstead

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Marriage 1 Lawrence TOWNELEY
Married: AFT. 1597
Children
Mary TOWNELEY b: 13 MAY 1614 in Stone Edge, Lancashire, England

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Halsted, Jennet (I305486)
 
110827 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Alternate name found in file: Mary Towneley

Marriage 1 (Capt) Augustine WARNER b: 28 SEP 1611 in Norfolk, England
Children
(Col) Augustine WARNER II b: 3 JUN 1642 in York Co., Va
Isabella WARNER
Sarah WARNER

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Towneley, Mary (I305483)
 
110828 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Born circa 1505 Brockton, Shropshire (Letter from Chris Sear to Peter Barton, 10 Nov 1999; (B indoff, History of Parliament.); first son; born "by 1505." Married Margaret WHITBROOKE circ a 1519 (Purton, "RH will - Purton".). Widower Aug 1560; parish records checked by Peter Barton. Buried in 1567 "Geo Heyward was buried at St. Leonard's in 1567" (Purton,"RH will - Purton".). Buried on 2 Apr 1567 St Leonard's Parish, Bridgnorth, Shropshire. Peter Barton checked parish registers at S.R.R.C.; House of Commons info office got the date wrong, putting his burial a decade earlier.

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Hayward, George (I358487)
 
110829 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

By 16 Feb 1456/7, date of her husband James Glover's will, he had married a second wife, John.

Youngest son, James, born probably 1450-1456, according to Threlfall, so she died no earlier than 1450.
[Helen Rowe]
[Thelma Palmer]

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Southwyn, Agnes (I534450)
 
110830 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Colonel

Was born in the year 1634, at Fleur de Hundred. At an early age, about the year 1656, he married Elizabeth, the daughter of Richard Ferris, later spelled Farris, of Curles. "She was descended from an ancient Norman family, Henri de Ferriers of Gascony." In American Ancestry, Vol. VII, is the following statement: "The Ferris Family of England, was originally from Leicestershire, descended from Henri de Ferriers, son of Gwalchelme de Ferriers, Master of Horse to the Duke of Normandy."

There is a grant of 1785 acres of land 21 October, 1687, to Mr. Robert Woodson, Mr. Richard Ferris, Mr. Giles Carter, William Ferris and Roger Comins, at White Oak Swamp on the north side of the James River in the Parish of Varina.

Robert Woodson, in 1707, made a deed to grandson, William Lewis, Jr. and Joseph Lewis.

The date of his death is not known, but it was shortly after making this deed, as he was about seventy-three at that time. He is frequently spoken of as Colonel Robert Woodson. If he held the military rank of Colonel, it was of course by authority of the British Government, as the entire colony was under British Control at that time.

Written and Researched by,
Adelle Bartlett Harper

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Henrico Rent Rolls - 1705
The number following the name is the amount of acres the person held.

Allin, Widdo - 99
Allens Orphan Lands - 99 Porter, Wm - 175
Porter, John - 100
Woodson, John -4060;
Woodson, Robert Jr. - 1157;
Woodson, Rich- 180;
Woodson, Widdow -650 Watkins, Henry Sr. - 100;
Watkins, Thomas - 200;
Watkins, William - 120;
Watkins, Jos - 120;
Watkins, Edward - 120
No Walkers

***

Robert "Taterhole" Woodson and his wife Elizabeth Ferris whose Norman ancestors came to Leicester, England from extreme southwestern France and they were descendants of the ancient Henri de Ferriers family in Gascony.
Robert Woodson was addressed as Colonel Woodson, the Colonies were under British control at this time. John and Robert went to Curles Neck in 1674.
Robert and Elizabeth owned 1,785 acres in Henrico County, Virginia. Robert Woodson, land owner, Early Virginia Families along James River, 1670. They lived in Varina Parish.

Will: 01 Oct 1684, Henrico County Virginia, John Woodson names four youngest children of Robert Woodson--Robert, Richard, Joseph and Benjamin. Robert Woodson and his father-in-law, Richard Ferris patented 1,785 acres in Varina Parish, Henrico, on the north side of the James River.

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From "Adventurers of Purse and Person":
"ROBERT WOODSON deposed, June 1680, that he was "46 years of age or thereabouts," and, 1 June 1696, that he was aged about 61. He married Elizabeth Ferris, daughter of Richard Ferris. On 21 Oct 1687 Robert Woodson, Richard Ferris, and three others patented 1780 acres on White Oak Swamp in Varina Parish and the same day he, John Woodson, Sr., and two others patented 470 acres, also in Henrico county. He held 1157 acres in Henrico County, 1704, and died after 1 Oct 1707."

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Warren Forsythe

The Moseley/Taylor families of.....1990 LDS FHC film 1697520 item 18 by Judith Holden Dixon 124 Valley View Joplin MO 64804;

Billy Edward Huffman Jr
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318 13th St
Dunbar, WV 25064
304-550-4932

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Woodson, Robert (I534758)
 
110831 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

CONFLICT: Americans of Royal Descent, Charles H. Browning, Genealogical Publishing Co, 1969 ( STATES Vaughn) CHART=The Royal Line (STATES Vychan)
Sources:

Williams Latham Tomlin Charlier Entries: 125023 Updated: Thu Aug 14 08:07:45 2003 Contact: kenneth williams at willperf@aol.com

Title: ir
Author: j e griffith pedigrees of anglesey and caernarvonshire families
Media: Book
Page: 282

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Lowry Vaughan was the sister of the famous Owen Glendower, who was the last to claim the title of an independent Prince of Wales. Robert Puleston, husband of Lowry Vaughan, became a strong supporter of the insurrection headed by his brother-in-law, the heroic Owen and in consequence his estates were imperiled.
[Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith", pg. 990]

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Vychan, Lowry verch Gruffyd (I225322)
 
110832 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Eldest son of Robert and Elizabeth (Ferris), Woodson. Married Judith, daughter of Stephen Woodson Tarlton of the old English family from which came Col. Banistre Tarlton the famour British Ranger.

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Children Of John Woodson and Judith Tarlton:
I. Tarlton Woodson who married Ursula, daughter of Chalres Fleming, of noble English birth.

II. John Woodson, married Susanna Fleming Bates

III. Robert Woodson, married Sarah Womach

IV. Major Josiah Woodson, Major in the Revolutionary War, married MaryRoyall

V. Stephen Woodson married Elizabeth Branch

VI. Judith Woodson, married Stephen Cox

VII. Elizabeth Woodson, married Joseph Pleasants, grandson of John Pleasants.

Occupation: Carpenter, Merchant

BIOGRAPHY: Lived at Curles, Henrico County, Virginia.

DEATH: Died before December 5, 1715 (Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 20, 1976, p 3-8). Will dated November 25, 1715.

If you find any errors, please don't hesitate to let me know at annie@weefarm.com. I am far more interested in accuracy than my personal pride. There have been many years of research involved in putting this together and a lot of trips to state capitals

BIOGRAPHY: Lived at Curles, Henrico County, Virginia.
DEATH: Died before December 5, 1715 (Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 20, 1976,p 3-8). Will dated November 25, 1715.

Billy Edward Huffman Jr
bhuffmanjr@yahoo.com
318 13th St
Dunbar, WV 25064
304-550-4932

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Woodson, John D. (I534717)
 
110833 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Emigrated to America with his son John Lewis.
His tombstone in Lewis cemetery where John is buried in 1657 still exists.

"The Lewises of Eastern Virginia are of Welsh origin. Their ancestor, General Robert Lewis, of Beacon, Wales, came to Gloucester in 1650 with a grant from the King of 33,333 1/3 acres of land. Robert Lewis had sons, John and Charles. John Lewis and his wife, Lydia, had a son John, who married Elizabeth, daughter of Col. Augustine Warner of Gloucester Co., and built Warner Hall. They had a son, John Lewis, who, with his wife Frances, were parents of Col. Fielding Lewis, who married twice: first, Catherine Washington (aunt of Gen'l George Washington). They were married in 1746.

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[Errol Bevan]

Notes from http://family.gradeless.com/rousseau.htm

John Lewis & Liddea Warner ? John Lewis born 1595 Monmouthshire, England. Liddea Warner born 1605 Monmouthshire, England. Son Edward Lewis, born Abt. 1636 Monmouthshire, England. John Lewis, (William2 Lewis, Hugh1 Lewis) born Abt. 1595 in Wales; died 21 Aug, 1657 in VA. He was the son of William Lewis and Margaret Puleston. He married Lydia.abt 1630 in Wales Lydia, born Abt. 1605. Came to America between 1640 and 1657.

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Lewis, John I (I536747)
 
110834 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

He married Elizabeth Ferris, the daughter of Richard Ferris, or Curles, Henrico County, Virginia. She was a descendant of Henri de Ferriers of Gascony.

She married Robert Woodson Col in Curles, Henrico, Virginia, about 1656. Robert was born in Fleur De Hundred, Prince George, Virginia, 1634. Robert was the son of John Sr Woodson DR. and Sarah Winston. Robert died 1707/1711 in Varina Parish, Henrico, Virginia, at 74 years of age. His body was interred after 1707

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Elizabeth Ferris is a decendant of an ancient Norman family of Henri de Ferriers of Gascony, who later settled in Leicester, England.
(research: Jean Morton)

French

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Ferris, Elizabeth (I534746)
 
110835 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

He was an early settler of Plymouth, Massachusetts.

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Clarke, Thomas (I538350)
 
110836 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

He was the son of Dr. John Woodson and Sarah Winston; he was born ca. 1632 and he made his Will 1684. In his Will John Woodson II mentions Robert's two children, Jane and Samuel; and brother Robert's five sons John, Robert, Richard, Joseph and Benjamin. Sources states that he does not mention his wife in his will, however the name Judith comes up often and one source states that her name was Judith Tarleton. Quoting thats ource, "John Woodson (...1632-S ep...1684)m. ca. 1654 Judith Tarlton(......-aft Sep 1684)" quoting the following sources, "REF. see ref. for No. 6906; also stanard Colonial VA Rg,; Henning, Status of VA; Journal of House of Burgesses of VA 1653; WM I, Vol. II, 13"

If this source is correct then part of the Woodson history may have to be rewritten, because as of now, records show that John Woodson Jr. (John3, Robert2, John1) fit the description. I will caution, there is only about a 20 year gap in years between the two
Jane WOODSON
Joseph WOODSON
Tucker WOODSON
Benjamin WOODSON

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John Woodson Jr. of Curles Neck was an appraiser of the estate of John Crewes, 24 Mar 1681.
John Woodson, land owner, Land Grants Virginia County Records, 1689.
WILL: 1 Oct 1684 Henrico County Virginia of Dr. John Woodson, names grandchildren Jane and Samuel-- One bequest shows John had an indentured Indian girl.
(research Jean Morton)

John wife was thought to be Sarah, widow of John Brown?

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Woodson, John III (I534751)
 
110837 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Helen Rowe
Reference: Thelma Palmer

Sources:
Title: Fifty Great Migration Colonists to New England & Their Origins
Abbrev: Fifty great migration colonists to New England & their origins 50 Great Migration Colonists
Author: John Brooks Threlfall
Publication: J.B. Threlfall, Madison, WI, 1990
Repository:
Name: 0014
Page: p.37

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Glover, Alice (I534457)
 
110838 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Her children, Alice and Thomas, were born probably no earlier than 1460.
[Helen Rowe]

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Locas, Johan Mrs (I534449)
 
110839 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

His testament directs that he be buried in place here indicated.

"He was a prosperous land holder of Benenden and nearby."
Ancestry.com.
[Helen Rowe]

Reference: Thelma Palmer
Event: Biography
Note:
James Glover of Wittersham, Kent, had a first wife named Agnes, who apparently was the mother of his children, or at least some of them. His second wife, Joan, was a widow with children by her first marriage when James Glover married her. He had a brother, Thomas Glover, and a sister, Alston Glyden of Halden, according to his will. James Glover made his will 15 February 1456/7 and presumably died shortly thereafter.

Event: Will - abs BETWEEN 15 FEB 1456 AND 1457

Note:
the testament of James Glover of Wittersham ... to be buried in the churchyard of Saint John the Baptist of Wittersham ... several bequests to the church ... to each godchild 6d. ... to each godchild of my wife Agnes 4d. ... residue to Thomas Potyn, James Maplesden, Stephen Boyden of Wittersham to dispense for good of my soul. Executor William Martyn, Rector of the church of Wittersham.

16 February 1456/7 - my will ... my executor to sell my woods at Knolle and at Pandyng, my oxen, steers, etc. ... Joan my daughter to have one of my best coverlets ... servant Joan Pyper 3s. 4d. ... to son John my best bed and he and one of his brethren 2 of my best gowns. ... remnant of blue cloth & the green cloth for clothing my sons ... to John Jaliff my man my best medley gown... to John Piper my other medley gown, to Thomas Bond my green gown, to Browning my fryzzled gown, to George my man my best coat, to Henry Hikoth my other coat, to Harry Downe my nephew hose, to Stephen Germayn my doublet...residue to be divided, part for myself to executors, part to wife, the third part to my children, of which I will that my three eldest sons be supervisors ... John my eldest son ... 2 sons William and Lawrence to go to school 'til they can read and write... then to be put to a worldly occupation ...Joan my daughter to have household goods from my part as her share ... executor to bestow on works of alms for the soul of John Pen 5s. ... for the soul of John Potyn sometime my man 3s. 4d. ... for the soul of Po?emanny 6s. 8d. ... my executor to drape a cross at Wittersham beside the place of John Glover for the soul of Agnes Southwyn ... Thomas Glover my brother ... to William Harlakynden, William Clerk, Thomas Potyn, James Maplesden, Stephen Boyden and Harry Goldynn my feoffees of and in all lands and tenements, etc. in Wittersham, in the isle of Oxena ... to deliver such lands ... my children come of age.... wife Joan to have yearly 46s. 8d. ... residue of profits from lands 'til my sons come to age 18 ... when sons come to 24 then lands to them. ... John my eldest son to have first choice. James my youngest son ... if all sons die without issue, then to Thomas Glover my brother and Alston Gylden of Halden my sister and her heirs. ... Joan my daughter to have toward her marriage 20 marks ... John my son to have 3s. 4d. of the bequest of Joan Odyerne ... Julian Glover the daughter of Joan Odyerneto have 13s. 4d. ... each of my wife's sons to have 6s. 8d. ... each of her daughters to have 3s. 4d. ... each feoffee for his labors 6s. 8d. to John Borlin 3s. 4d. to .. to Harry Hikott a noble.
Witnesses: Stephen Jeffe, Thomas Godfray, William Brownyng.
(Ref.: Consistory Court of Canterbury, Book 2:100)

Note:
Additional children:
Joan
William, of preschoolage in 1456
Lawrence, of preschool age in 1456; prob. d.s.p.
James, youngestson, prb. b. 1450-56
2 more sons referred to in their father's will

Sources:
Title: Fifty Great Migration Colonists to New England & Their Origins
Abbrev: Fifty great migration colonists to New England & their origins 50 Great Migration Colonists
Author: John Brooks Threlfall
Publication: J.B. Threlfall, Madison, WI, 1990
Repository:
Name: 0014
Page: p. 61

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Glover, James I (I534459)
 
110840 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

His wife Mary Woodennoth, of the ancient family of the Woodennoths of Shavington, was a remarkable woman, gifted with the same power of empressing her personality on those around her, which was one of the most marked characteristics of her son Nicholas. Her portrait hangs beside her husband's. The firm delicate lines of finely cut features, the exquisitely fair complexion, the noble and serious countenance, suits well the description which is given of her in the memoir of her son. "We are told that she was beautiful, bright haired and fair, even to her eightieth year (at her death in 1634, she is said to have been in her 83rd year) highly educated, of strong judgement, a wise and even temper so that her choleric husband declared that in their five and forty years of married life, she had never given him cause for anger, a woman who did not talk much, but whose word was law in her little world, and whose discreat, careful, charitable life was grounded in a deep love and study of the will of God.

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Woodenoth, Mary (I534755)
 
110841 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

His will expresses wish to be buried in the church of Saint George of "Benynden."

His will names "Richard Bygge my nephew."
Ancestry.com.

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Glover, Thomas I (I534439)
 
110842 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

It is not certain exactly which children were born to Elizabeth and which to Sarah.

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318 13th St
Dunbar, WV 25064
304-550-4932

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Marriage 1 Rachel WATKINS
Children
Jonathan WOODSON
Elizabeth WOODSON
Judith WOODSON

Robert Woodson Jr. was born in Curles, Henrico, Virginia, Virginia 1660.

Robert died FEB 1729 in Curles, Henrico, Virginia, at 68 years of age.

He married three times.
He married Elizabeth Lewis in Henrico, Henrico, VA,before APR 1688.
He married Sarah Lewis in Henrico County, Henrico County, VA,OCT 1692.
He married Rachel Watkins in Henrico Mm, Henrico, Virginia, 9 DEC 1710.

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[Mary Sue Cleveland.FTW]

From _Cavaliers and Pioneers_, Volume III, p. 164, extract of Patent Book No. 10: Robert Woodson, Junr., 1494 acs. (N.L.), Henrico Co; on N. side of James Riv; on brs. of Mill Cr. & Jenitoe Cr; adj. Mr. John Pleasants' line; 23 Dec 1714, p. 216. 7 Lbs., 10 S.

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Woodson, Robert (I537280)
 
110843 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

John was the Master's Mate and pilot of the "Mayflower", and accompanied the Pilgrims on many of the exploring parties, piloting the shallop. Clark's Island in Duxbury Bay is named after him, because he miraculously brought the
shallop ashore during a strong storm on one of these expeditions. John was given two shares in the Virginia Company for his service. He sailed to Virginia on 10 April 1623 in Daniel Gookin's ship, the "Providence", and died
shortly after he arrived.

...

John was born on March 26th, 1575 and his baptism took place on March 26th, 1575 in Rotherhithe, Surrey, England. John's father was William Clarke and his mother was Margaret Walker. His paternal grandfather was Thomas Clarke; his maternal grandfather was Nicholas Walker. He was an only child. He died at the age of 48 in 1623 in Virginia.

General Notes
John was the Master's Mate and pilot of the "Mayflower", (The May-flower and her log, July 15, 1620-May 6, 1621) and accompanied the Pilgrims on many of the exploring parties, piloting the shallop. Clark's Island in Duxbury Bay is named after him, because he miraculously brought the shallop ashore during a strong storm on one of these expeditions. John was given two shares in the Virginia Company for his service. He sailed to Virginia on 10 April 1623 in Daniel Gookin's ship, the "Providence", and died shortly after he arrived.

Children
Thomas CLARKE
Edward CLARKE b: Abt 1602 in of, Stepney, Middlesex, England

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Clarke, John (I538347)
 
110844 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Marriage 1 Ann SMITH
Married: in Henrico County, Virgina
Children
Richard WOODSON
Obadiah WOODSON
John WOODSON
Elizabeth WOODSON
Judith WOODSON
Mary WOODSON
Agnes WOODSON

Richard Woodson was born in Curles, Henrico, Virginia 1662. Richard died1704 in Henrico, VA , at 42 years of age.

He married Sarah Smith.
He married Anna Smith in Henrico, Va, Henrico, VA, 1680/1689.

Richard Woodson of Poplar Hill.

BIOGRAPHY: He held 180 acres in Henrico County, 1704. His brother Roberton 4 March 1716/7 deeded to his "loving cozens (nephews) Obadia Woodson, John Woodson and Joseph Woodson, sons of Richard Woodson, deceased," 498 acres in Henrico County, being the third part of a patent t oRobert Woodson dated 23 Dec 1714, and the same day conveyed 80 acre s tohis "loving Cozen Richard Woodson," son of Richard, deceased.

If you find any errors, please don't hesitate to let me know at annie@weefarm.com. I am far more interested in accuracy than my personal pride. There have been many years of research involved in putting this together and a lot of trips to state capitals

*******BIOGRAPHY: He held 180 acres in Henrico County, 1704. His brother Roberton 4 March 1716/7 deeded to his "loving cozens (nephews) Obadia Woodson,John Woodson and Joseph Woodson, sons of Richard Woodson, deceased," 498acres in Henrico County, being the third part of a patent to RobertWoodson dated 23 Dec 1714, and the same day conveyed 80 acres to his"loving Cozen Richard Woodson," son of Richard, deceased.

Billy Edward Huffman Jr
bhuffmanjr@yahoo.com
318 13th St
Dunbar, WV 25064
304-550-4932

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Woodson, Richard Ferris (I537312)
 
110845 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Marriage 1 Edward MOSBY
Married: 1689 in Henrico County, Virgina

Sarah Woodson was born in Curles, Henrico, VA 1665. Sarah died before 12AUG 1716 in Henrico County, VA, at approximately 51 years of age.

She married Edward Mosby Or Mosely in Henrico, VA, 1689.

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Woodson, Sarah (I537314)
 
110846 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Marriage 1 Elizabeth Southerton b: 15 Oct 1602 in St. Mary, Hellesdon, Norfolk, England
Married:

Children
Augustine Warner b: 28 Nov 1610 in Norwich, Norfolk, England

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Warner, Thomas (I536762)
 
110847 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Marriage 1 George PAYNE
Married: 30 OCT 1705 in Goochland, Virginia

This would be the Line Of Dolly Madison

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Woodson, Mary Jane (I537310)
 
110848 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Marriage 1 Jane WOODSON
Married: 27 JAN 1700/01 in Henrico County, Virgina
Children
Samuel Tucker WOODSON
Mary WOODSON
Judith WOODSON
Martha WOODSON
Joseph WOODSON
Benjamin WOODSON

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Woodson, Joseph Richard (I537308)
 
110849 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Marriage 1 Jennet HALSTEAD
Married: AFT. 1597

Children
Mary TOWNELEY b: 13 MAY 1614 in Stone Edge, Lancashire, England

...x

Towneley, Lawrence (I305485)
 
110850 [Sharen Neal.FTW]

Marriage 1 Thomas WARNER
Married: ABT 20 OCT 1602 in Hellesdon, Norfolk, England
Children
Augustine WARNER b: 11 SEP 1611 in Hoveton, Norwich, England

...x

Southerton, Elizabeth (I536809)
 

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