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Isaac Winston MP (c.1681 - 1760)

Isaac WINSTON (Anthony , William , Isaac ) was born about 1687 in of New Kent, Virginia. He died before 6 Mar 1760 in Hanover, Virginia. Family Isaac married (1) Sarah about 1705. They had the fo...

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Col John Callaway (1746 - 1821)

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Simon Overzee MP (1627 - 1660)

Simon Overzee Birth: 1627 in England Death: before 18 DEC 1660 in Charles County, Maryland - Admin Marriage Sarah Thoroughgood b: 1631 in Lower Norfolk County, Virginia Married: ABT 1647 ...

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Jonathan Trippett (c.1759 - c.1834)

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Colonel George Taliaferro Ward (CSA) (1810 - 1862)

George Taliaferro Ward (1810 – May 5, 1862) was a cotton plantation owner and politician from Leon County, Florida. He served the Confederate States of America as a colonel during the American...

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Isaac Parsons (1814 - 1862)

) Isaac Parsons (January 7, 1814 – April 24, 1862) was an American planter, politician, and military officer in the U.S. state of Virginia (now West Virginia). Parsons served as a justice of t...

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Susannah Patterson (b. - 1803)

Notes All data from Lewis. Eleanore M. Hall, The See Family as I See It - "I speculate that Susanna was also known as Williams when she married William Patterson 27 Dec. 1764." William [Patterson] ...

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Mary Tunstall (c.1725 - 1785)

Dr. Robert Baylor, son of Col. Robert Baylor, and his wife, Hannah Gregor y, daughter of Richard Gregory, an Englishman, and his wife, Mary (or Ann ) Whiting, married Mollie Brooke, who was the daughte...

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Colonel George Hairston (Continental Army) MP (1750 - 1827)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for Virginia with the rank of COLONEL. DAR Ancestor #: A049162 Beaver Creek Plantation: Home of George Hairston George Hairston: (1750-1827) Soldier of the Re...

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Ferdinando Fairfax (1766 - 1820)

Ferdinando Fairfax (born in 1766 at Shannon Hill, Jefferson County, Virginia (now West Virginia); died on 24 September 1820 at Mount Eagle, Fairfax County, Virginia) was a Virginia landowner and memb...

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John Gadsby (1766 - 1844)

John owned a tavern in Alexandria, Virginia, from 1796 until 1808. The tavern had been built in 1785 on Royal and Cameron Streets. It became known as the City Hotel during John's tenure there. In Jul...

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Dr. John Winsmith MP (1802 - 1888)

For photos of the home of John & Catherine (Faber) Winn Smith/Winsmith, go to the Media section. Most photo credits go to the South Carolina Deparrtment of Archives and History, which gives permissio...

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William Pinchback (1775 - 1848)

The parents of P.B.S. Pinchback, second governor of Louisiana, were Eliza Stewart, a former slave, and William Pinchback, a white planter and his mother's former master, before he freed her. The couple...

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James Rowland (1799 - 1857)

1830 United States Federal Census about James Rowland Name: James Rowland Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Greene, Georgia Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 2 Free White Persons - Mal...

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William Rowland (1797 - 1867)

Excerpt from The Rowland Family in Georgia by Arthur Ray Rowland Death of William Rowland. He was born on the family plantation on Greene County, Georgia, November 26, 1797 and died at his home plant...

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Hiram Rowland (1772 - 1845)

Exerpt from: The Rowland Family in Georgia by Arthur Ray Rowland Hiram Rowland was born in Franklin County, North Carolina a few years before the family migrated to Georgia. He was a young man when...

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Gen. William Giles Harding (c.1808 - 1886)

William Giles Harding (1808–1886) was an American heir, Southern planter, horse breeder and Confederate Brigadier General. William G. Harding, a college-educated general in the state militia, ...

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Rev. Samuel Niles MP (1674 - 1762)

He graduated from Harvard in 1699. He preached from 1702-his death in 1762. In 1759 he received the degree of M.A. from Harvard. He was the author of "Tristae Ecclasiarium", 1745, "Vindication of D...

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John Dandridge, I MP (1655 - 1731)

John Dandridge married Bridget Dugdale on 14 DEC 1676 at Saint Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, London, England. Marriage of John Dandridge and Bridget Dugdale 1676 , England England: Canterbury - ...

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Colonel Daniel Parke Custis MP (1711 - 1757)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary: "... Daniel Parke Custis (15 October 1711 – 8 July 1757) was a wealthy Virginia planter whose widow, Martha, married George Washington. He was the son of John...

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John Garner, II MP (1663 - 1713)

From John3 Garner, born 20 Jun 1663 in Near Lewisetta, Northumberland, Virginia; died 25 Mar 1713 in Westmoreland, Virginia. He married in c1678, Jane Joyce, born 1662.   (Virginia Co...

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Capt. Thomas Garner, of Tinpot & Licking Run MP (c.1668 - 1726)

Owned abt 2000 acres in the area of Tinpot and Licking Runs, he being the original grantee of certain parcels of land received from Lady Fairfax, sole proprietor of the Northern Neck. 35 36 Will Da...

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Greenberry Kinman MP (c.1830 - c.1895)

Ref: MH Family Tree record - notes that Greenberry Kinman was very wealthy and owned slaves. Ref: MH Family Tree record

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Dickinson Gorsuch, III MP (1826 - 1882)

Seriously wounded at Christiana, Dickinson Gorsuch (1826-1882) returned to Maryland after a long convalescence in Pennsylvania and took over management of the family farm. The family's remaining slaves...

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Edward Gorsuch MP (1795 - 1851)

Killed in the Christiana Riots while trying to recapture runaway slaves. Otherwise, he was supposedly an all-around nice guy. Edward Gorsuch (1795-1851) was a Baltimore County, Maryland farmer and sl...

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Thomas Swearingen, II MP (1688 - 1726)

Thomas Swearingen Birth: 1688 in Calvert County, Maryland - now Prince George's County, Maryland Parents:Thomas Swearingen b: ABT 1665, Jane Hyde Wife: Lydia Riley Death: before 12 May 1726 i...

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John Cunningham, Sr. MP (1796 - 1855)

Potential for Carey being a partner of John Cunningham. She was left in his will obtaining 324 acres of land.

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Dr. John Woodson, of Flowerdew Hundred MP (c.1586 - 1644)

John Woodson is listed as head of household and Sarah Woodson is listed as his wife in the muster for Peirseys hundred (Jan. 1, 1624/1625). The same muster also gives their ship (the George ) and their...

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Dr. Alexander Wolcott MP (1712 - 1795)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for CONNECTICUT with the rank of STAFF OFFICER. DAR Ancestor # A127397 Dr. Alexander Wolcott, b. 1712 Windsor CT, d. 1795 Winsor CT. He graduated from Yale Colleg...

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Thomas White MP (1707 - 1760)

Died of smallpox after returning from trying to find his son lost in the French & Indian War. Thomas White was a farmer and had a large farm, part being in Weymouth and part in Braintree. He was one ...

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Captain William Southworth MP (1659 - 1719)

Captain William Southworth is a direct decendent and bloodline of the kings of England, Scotland, France, and Norse Kings from Denmark/Norway. Two separate identified family blood lines run to the ...

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Samuel Henderson (1785 - 1856)

Mormon. Lived in Nauvoo, 21 children see doc under media; During the War of 1812 Samuel served as a Private in Lt. Dodge’s command of Missouri Militia. In the winter of 1846 the citizens of Il...

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Rev. Robert Campbell (1741 - 1817)

Reverend and Mrs. Campbell were very early settlers of Campbelltown, New York, coming from Newton, Connecticut and Stillwater, New York. Reverend Campbell was a chaplain in the colonial forces under Ge...

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Reverend Ames Cheever MP (1686 - 1756)

Interesting facts: First minister of Manchester, Massachusetts and a slaveholder. Bibliographic information QR code for Genealogies Title Genealogies: The Hassam Family, the Hilton Family, the Ch...

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Rev. James MacSparran (1698 - 1757)

Edited Appletons Encyclopedia, Copyright © 2001 VirtualologyTM McSPARRAN, James, clergyman, born in Ireland about 1680; died in South Kingston, Rhode Island, 1 December, 1757. He was educated ...

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Sarah Gardiner (1751 - 1771)

Sources Rhode Island Genealogical Register. (Princeton, Massachusetts: A. G. Beaman), 13:126-127, 1990. Gardner, Sarah, of South Kingstown, gentlewoman. Will dated 14 Jun 1771, proved 8 July 1771, ...

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Cuthbert Abell (1759 - 1794)

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Thomas Aud (1748 - 1823)

Thomas1 Aud was born March 28, 1748 in St. Mary's County, Maryland, and died May 11, 1823 in Nelson County, Kentucky. He married Priscilla Duvall Abt. 1775, daughter of Mareen DuVall and Ruth Howard. S...

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Adam Lewis Bingaman (1793 - 1869)

Bingaman studied law in Massachusetts, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts, Harvard University Class of 1812. He met his wife while boarding with her family. Judith Sargent Murray's daughter, Julia Ma...

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Epes Sargent MP (1690 - 1762)

William Sargent and Mary Duncan had fifteen children: Epes, born 1690; "Copley's art matured quickly, as evidenced in this forthright portrayal of Epes Sargent (1690-1762). As proprietor of almost ...

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Col. John Armistead Otey (1735 - 1817)

Ancestor #: A084782 John Armistead Otey had 7 children. He was one of the signers of the death warrant for Charles I. Hewas, a Revolutionary War soldier, and served as a Captain from Bedford County, ...

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Thomas Key (Keie) (1595 - 1636)

Was A Free White Settler On at least one occasion he denied paternity but at a prior court session he had been " fined for getting his Black (slave) women with child")

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Andrew Harrison, Sr. MP (c.1714 - 1774)

ANDREW HARRISON'S WILL (1714-1773) In the Name of God, Amen. I, Andrew Harrison of Orange County in the Province of North Carolina, being very sick and weak of body tho; of perfect mind and memory, but...

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Lucy Tabb (1753 - 1821)

Mrs. Lucy Cary, the widow of Dudley Cary, of Gloucester, Va., was among the earleiest settlers of Athens [, Georgia]. She was such a lady as we may suppose Mary Washington to have been. She knew Genera...

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Mary Rose MP (c.1666 - c.1742)

will of John Rose Attached hereto is a copy of the will of John Rose dated November 11, 1742. When it was offered for probate, John Rose lived in Wicomico Parish, Northumberland County. The original ...

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Christian Johnson MP (c.1654 - 1713)

No evidence to support a maiden name of Taliaferro and it does not seem likely she was the daughter of Robert "the immigrant" Taliaferro -------------------- WILL OF CHRISTINE BOURNE JOHNSON Esse...

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Timothy Sprague (1700 - 1765)

"The Ralph Sprague Genealogy", by E. G. Sprague, page 52 Timothy succeeded his father and grandfather Captain John in the homestead; was well to do, possessed considerable land, several houses, a ful...

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Elijah Fletcher (1789 - 1858)

Elijah Fletcher Inherits Tusculum In 1813, William Sidney Crawford's daughter, Maria, married Elijah Fletcher, a young schoolteacher from Vermont. Elijah began operating the Tusculum plantation upon ...

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John Crawford MP (c.1701 - 1761)

Children William Crawford b: 1726 Elizabeth Crawford b: MAR 1727/8 David Crawford b: JUN 1730 in Hanover County, Virginia John A. Crawford b: OCT 1731 Mary Crawford b: OCT 1732 Thomas Cra...

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Capt. David Crawford MP (c.1662 - 1762)

Children David Crawford b: ABT 1697 in Hanover County, Virginia. Married Ann Anderson. Elizabeth Crawford b: ABT 1699 in Hanover County, Virginia. Married Capt. James Martin. John Crawford b: A...

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John P. Gaines, 3rd Governor of Oregon Territory (1795 - 1857)

John Pollard Gaines (September 22, 1795 – December 9, 1857) was a U.S. military and political figure. He was a Whig member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Kentucky ...

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Rev. Samuel Parris, organizer Salem Witch Trials (1653 - 1720)

He was the Rev. involved in the salem witch trials. source of profile picture He was born in London, England, the son of cloth merchant Thomas Parris. His family was one of modest financial suc...

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Reverend John Taylor (1752 - 1833)

) John Taylor (1752–1833) was a pioneer Baptist preacher, religious writer, frontier historian and planter in north and central Kentucky. His two histories of early Baptist churches in Kentuck...

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Benjamin Branch of Chesterfield MP (1696 - 1762)

John W. Pritchett writes in "The Virginians": Benjamin Branch II [3324.3.1] (c.1698-1762) chose his maternal uncle Edward Osborne his guardian April 1712. He married first Mary Osborne and the...

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Maj. Samuel Scott MP (1754 - 1822)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of MAJOR. Samuel Scott --- D.A.R. Vol. 37, page 197: Maj. Samuel Scott was born March 14, 1754 in Caroline Co., VA, and died June 20, 1...

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John Stovall, Sr. MP (1702 - 1781)

John Stovall DAR Ancestor #: A110786 Birth: 1702 - Henrico, Virginia, USA Death: July 9 1781 - Granville, North Carolina, USA Parents: Bartholomew Stovall, Ann Burton Married: Dorcas John...

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Richard Foster (b. - c.1796)

Mingo was a slave owned by Jacob Ryan, and bought by Dr. Jeremiah Duvall for 1 steer. He became the property of the Foster family who took him to Pennsylvania. In 1793 Richard Foster gave him a piece o...

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Dr. Jeremiah Duvall (1752 - 1832)

Mingo was a slave owned owned by Jacob Ryan, and bought by Dr. Jeremiah Duvall for 1 steer. He became the property of the Foster family who took him to Pennsylvania. In 1793 Richard Foster gave him a p...

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Thomas Lea (1614 - 1639)

Thomas Lea owned a slave, Kizzy Waller, by whom he had a son, George Lea, known as Chicken George.

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Col. Stephen Heard, Gov. of Georgia MP (1741 - 1815)

Heard was born in Hanover County, Virginia, in November 1740 to Bridgett Carroll and John Heard Jr. (Heard's paternal grandfather, John Sr., had arrived in America from Ireland about 1720.) The family ...

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Benjamin Borden, Gent. MP (1709 - 1753)

Benjamin Borden Birth:  1709 - Frederick County, Virginia Death:  April 1753 - Augusta (now Rockbridge) County, Virginia (smallpox) Parents: Benjamin Borden, Zeruiah Winter of Fre...

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Brig. General Jethro Sumner (Continental Army) (1733 - 1785)

Jethro Exum Sumner (1733 – 18 March 1785) was a brigadier general in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. Sumner's military service began in the French and Indian War, b...

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Elizabeth Steptoe MP (c.1716 - 1770)

Notes (1) 1735, 27 Oct: George ESKRIDGE made his will. Wife use of land given Samuel for her life, slave she brought me in marriage and 10 other slaves for life and at her death to my daughter Eliz...

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Capt. Philip Lee, Sr., Esq. MP (c.1681 - 1744)

Capt. Philip Lee, Sr., Hon., Esq. (1681-1744), Captain, Justice, Sheriff, member of Upper House, King's Council. Philip was the son of Col. Richard Lee II, Esq., “the scholar” (1647-1715)...

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Margaret Cocke MP (1641 - 1718)

"A Genealogical Bombshell" by Charles Hughes Hamlin, Volume 55 (1967) pp. 95-97 shows: Margaret who married Peter Jones was the step-daughter of Abraham Wood. General Abraham Wood married the widow of ...

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Col. John Addison MP (1630 - c.1706)

The Addison family has a rich history in Maryland dating back to the 17th century. Colonel John Addison, son of The Reverend Launcelot Addison (1633-1703) and Dorothy (Danvers) Addison, was born in W...

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William Canterbury, Sr. (1761 - 1830)

From Sevier Co, TN Will Book 1 ( note: see the will of his daughter Sarah Atchley under her notes for further reference to his slave Scinth.) I William Canterbury of the County of Sevier & State of T...

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Col. Ebenezer Zane MP (1747 - 1811)

DAR Ancestor #: A130539 from Ebenezer Zane (October 7, 1747 – 1811) was an American pioneer, road builder and land speculator. Born in what is now Moorefield, West Virginia (which was th...

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Isaac Franklin, Slave Trader MP (1789 - 1846)

Isaac Franklin, born May 26, 1789; died 1846. He married Adelicia Hayes Abt. 1839. Isaac Franklin was an American slave trader and planter. He was born on May 26, 1789 at "Pilot Knob" Plantation on...

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Col. Archibald Woods MP (1764 - 1846)

DAR Ancestor #: A128820 Son of Martha Poage and Andrew Woods Pension R11825V Rank Sergeant, Virginia Militia Married Anne Pogue; 8 children In 1788 he was sent as a representative to the Cons...

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Benjamin Darcey or Darsey (c.1790 - 1863)

I'm still trying to verity that Benjamin Darsey is the son of Benjamin & Liodicey. 1840 US Census Residence Laurens, Georgia (If I have the right Benjamin Darsey) 1850 US Census Residence Champagno...

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Major Charles Morehead (1762 - 1829)

DAR Ancestor #: A080125 Charles Morehead. (son of Charles Morehead and Mary Turner) was born February 3, 1762 in Culpepper Co., VA, and died February 1829 in Logan Co., KY. He married October 30, 1...

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John Brashears MP (1702 - 1774)

24. JOHN5 BRASHEARS (BENJAMIN4, ROBERT3 BRASHEAR, BENOIT (BENJAMIN)2 BRASSEUR, ROBERT1) was born 19 Feb 1702/03, and died 1774 in Anne Arundel Co, MD. He married MARY DOWELL Dec 1726 in All Hallows Chu...

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Capt. Richard RIxey (c.1743 - c.1808)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of CAPTAIN. DAR Ancestor # A096543 Notes for Richard Rixey from !The Rixey Genealogy, pg. 98: Captain. !Deed Book Q, pg 561, ...

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Elizabeth Dowell MP (1730 - 1803)

A division of the slaves in her estate was made 18 January 1804 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Her son Nehemiah Dowell, Jr. signed the deed as executor on 10 March 1805. She received these slaves by a "...

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Patience Suddarth MP (c.1729 - 1813)

Patience Sumpter was born about 1729 at Hanover Co., Va. and died 1813 at Ablemarle Co., Va. She married 9 Dec 1746 at Ablemarle Co., Va. to James Sudderth. Patience was married twice, first to John Fr...

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Henry Franklin MP (c.1715 - 1792)

DAR Ancestor #: A041724 patriotic service Henry Franklin Birth: about 1715 - Essex, Virginia Death: Sep 17 1792 - Amherst, Virginia, United States Parents: Laurence Franklin, (unknown) Mathis...

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Ann Moore (1785 - 1867)

Anne Cathey, born in Haywood County N C., had five sisters all of whom were remarkable and talented women. On the 1860 Cooper County, MO, Slave Census of Palestine Twp. Anne Moore owned 1 slave Lin...

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Maj. William Hamilton Moore MP (1777 - 1852)

Son of George H and Margaret (Patton) Moore. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Cathey. One of the first settlers of Palestine Twp., Cooper County, Missouri He was descended from the distinguished Moore family...

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Judge William Maltby MP (c.1644 - 1710)

William Maltbie, best known as Judge William Maltby Birth: Mar. 16, 1645 Nottinghamshire, England Death: Sep. 1, 1710 Branford, New Haven County Connecticut, USA Parents: John Maltby, Alderma...

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Constantine Fitzpatrick (1771 - 1845)

Doll's Genealogy Site Wills, Tax Records and Slave Census of the Constantine Perkins Fitzpatrick Family Ship Purchased by Benjamin Fitzpatrick Posted By: Twilla at Afrigeneas.com (Slavery Resea...

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Capt. John Shapleigh MP (1689 - 1758)

"Capt. John Shapleigh (John3) of that part of Kittery now Eliot, Maine, captain in the militia, a member in 1734 of the Congregation Church in what is now Eliot, born probably about 1689, died at Kitte...

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Jeremiah Hill (1724 - 1779)

Birth: Jan 22 1724 - Biddeford, York, Maine Death: Aug 12 1779 - Biddeford, York, Maine Parents: Ebenezer Hill, Abiel Snell Wife: Mary Smith Children: Daniel Hill, Jeremiah Hill, Nathaniel Hill...

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Capt. Jonathan Boyden MP (1675 - 1749)

Capt. Jonathan Boyden acquired considerable wealth, and was highly esteemed by his townsmen, serving them as selectman for several years. In the records of Groton, the marriage of Primus , Capt. Boyd...

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Francis Hilton (b. - 1759)

Will HILTON, FRANCIS, St Mary's Co.-- --- ----; 1 Jan 1759 To son John, tract he now liveth on called "William & Joseph," Negro woman Jane. To son Francis, Negro boy Jack. To son Stephen, Negro boy G...

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Augustine Sanford (c.1725 - c.1785)

SANFORD, AUGUSTINE, 30 May 1785; 25 Oct. 1785. Wife Henrietta estate for life; son Robert land from estate of my uncle John Sanford; sons Richard and Thomas Randall Sanford land; son Augustine 1 negro,...

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Thomas Randall (c.1708 - 1759)

will .. lend my loving wife JEAN RANDALL my Five negroes .. and all the rest of my estate (excepting some things as Legacies to my children) in consideration of which she pay all my just debts and ma...

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John Fitzhugh Thornton (1718 - c.1787)

Daughters of American Revolution Ancestor #: A114852 Service: NORTH CAROLINA Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE Birth: (CIRCA) 1720 LANCASTER CO VIRGINIA Death: (ANTE) 12- -1787 FRANKLIN CO NORTH CAROLINA ...

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Captain George Penn (1737 - 1790)

DAR Ancestor #: A088508 Daughter of American Revolution Notes: WE DO NOT KNOW THE NUMBER, NAMES, OR ORDER OF THE PATRIOT'S SPOUSES AND THEREFORE CANNOT ASSIGN CHILDREN TO ANY ONE OF THEM. UNTIL ADDIT...

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Thomas Watts, Jr. (1747 - 1798)

Soldier of the Revolution. Thomas Watts was a Lieutenant in the Virginia militia from Prince William County. This is not the same Captain Thomas Watts from Bedford County. Source: Revolutionary Soldier...

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James Green Carson, Sr., MD (1815 - 1863)

MD University of Pennsylvania. Studied medicine so he could support his family if he freed his slaves. Owned many slaves and as executor for two other plantations, was responsvile for about 550 slaves....

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Jacob Bond I'On, Esq. (1750 - 1796)

Notes 213 Slaves in the Estate of Jacob Bond I'on, Charleston, SC, 1797

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Col. Joshua John Ward, Slaver MP (1800 - 1853)

Joshua John Ward, of Georgetown, South Carolina, was the largest American slaveholder, dubbed "the king of the rice planters". In 1850 he held 1,092 slaves, and in 1860 his heirs (his estate) hel...

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Ralph Quarles (1764 - 1834)

Ralph Quarles, the white owner of a large plantation in Louisa county, Virginia. On an unknown date, Quarles accepted a slave, Lucy Langston, as collateral for an unspecified loan. Since Quarles's cr...

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Benjamin Standifer MP (1764 - 1839)

In Georgia, Benjamin accumulated 2,500 acres of land and 60 slaves. He had a very difficult time in selling his land as many land grants were being given at that time. 1. BENJAMIN4 STANDIFER (ISRAE...

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Naomi Standefer (1794 - 1843)

Records of St. Clair Co., AL: Deed of trust to Naoma Standefer from Mary Jones of Bledsoe County, Tenn, Set 8, 1827, grandmother of Naoma, wife of Israel Standifer, Mary Jones by reason of age, makes o...

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Jemima Standefer MP (1761 - 1838)

Mary Jones, Bledsoe Co, TN to dau Jermina Standifer, wife of William Standifer....negro girl Becky, 7 yrs old. Proven 4/5/1824 by witnesses Adam Lamb and Mark Hendrix. Deed Book "A" p 167 ( ) Links

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Gen. Green Clay MP (1757 - 1828)

Green Clay (August 14, 1757 – October 31, 1828) was a United States politician and a soldier in both the American Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. Clay was born in Powhatan County, Vir...

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Bennett Hillsman (1704 - 1786)

Will THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF BENNETT HILSMAN, dec In the name of God Amen, I, Bennett Hilsman of the County of Franklin in the State of North Carolina, being weak of body and sick, yet being s...

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John Pride of Henrico MP (c.1680 - c.1736)

2. John2 Pride (William1) died Bef February 1742/43 in Henrico County, Virginia. He married Susannah. Notes Deeds, Wills, etc. 1688-1697, page 602, Henrico County, Virginia. Deed from William Pride t...

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