Mary Ligon (Liggin)

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Mary Agee (Ligon)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Manakin, Goochland, Virginia Colony
Death: Died in Franklin, Virginia, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Ligon; John Ligon (Liggin); Mary Ligon and Mary Moseley
Wife of Mathew Agee
Mother of Sarah "Sally" Maxey; Ephriam Agee; Susannah "Granny" Agee; Ai T Agee; Susannah Agee and 6 others
Sister of John F. Ligon; John Ligon and Thomas Ligon

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About Mary Ligon (Liggin)

Medieval Ancestors of Mary Ligon b. 1752 in Virginia

Medieval History is one of the hardest aspects of genealogical research that I have tried to unweave. (I have learned to spell Medieval without looking it up every time.) However, I have found that once you tie into one of these medieval lines, it is a straight shot back to nobility & royalty. It is a never ending project. There are old manuscripts being found & translated continuously that lead us to even more fascinating facts about our Medieval Ancestors.

As you trace your ancestry back to Medieval times you will weave in and out like a fine tapestry, overlapping many times over with the same ancestors placed in various areas of your pedigree.

As you keep digging you may find such notables as "Old King Cole", William the Conqueror, Charlemagne, Joan of Arc (Jeanne d'Arc), Kings of the Holy Roman Empire and on and on. The trick is finding which one is "yours" and if you truly can tie into the lineage. The LDS church on their site familysearch.org has done extensive research tying these lineages together.

Gayle Blankenship in her book "Royal and Noble Families of Medieval Europe" has done an excellent job tying up the loose ends of the Ligon family and their Medieval Ancestors.

Although this is not my main focus of interest I have actually (quite by accident) been able to find at least 3 links from our various family trees that take us back to the Medieval Records. These particular pages are dedicated to the Agee-Ligon connection.

When Matthew Agee (b.1747 in Goochland, Virginia) married (1772 Franklin, Virginia) Mary Ligon (b.1752 in Goochland, Virginia) it took us straight into Medieval Europe and Royalty. In some cases not so Royal, but Noble nevertheless. We sometimes descend from a concubine and not the Queen--or wife #1 which ever the case may be.

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To find the Ligon line back to Medieval times you need to follow this path.: Mary Ann Ligon>and all the Ligons until you come to the surname Mallory>Then follow Mallory back to the surname Plumpton>to DeRos>to William I "The Lion" King Of Scotland>to Adelle (Adelaide) Vermandois>Bernard King Of Italy>Pbepin (Carloman) King Of Italy>Charlemagne>and so on back to Clodius II (Clodie) King Of The West Franks b. 0006 a.d.

This is the 66th generation from Mary Ann Ligon

Information copied from Connie Barnum's site:

http://familyhistory1.homestead.com/ageemedieval.html

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Mary Ligon (Liggin)'s Timeline

1749
1749
Manakin, Goochland, Virginia Colony
1772
1772
Age 23
Franklin,,Virginia,USA
1774
1774
Age 25
Buckingham,Franklin,Virginia,USA
1774
Age 25
Buckingham, Virginia, United States
1776
1776
Age 27
Bedford, Buckingham, Virginia
1779
1779
Age 30
Franklin, Virginia, United States
1779
Age 30
Buckingham County, Virginia, United States
1784
September 15, 1784
Age 35
Bedford, Virginia, USA
1787
1787
Age 38
Franklin County, Virginia
1789
1789
Age 40
Buckingham, Virginia, United States