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Nathan Neal Miller (1824 - 1895)

As a young boy he helped his father work on the farm, this later in life helped him to own his own farm. He learned from his parents the values of raising a family, working hard and being a Christian. ...

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Jacob Parrott, Jr. (1791 - 1856)

Jacob Parrott lived in Lenoir County, North Carolina, In 1820 he owned 6 slaves. In 1830 he owned 23 slaves. In 1840 he owned 42 slaves. In 1850 he owned 50 slaves.

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James Marion Parrott, Sr. (1824 - 1878)

James Marion Parrott lived in Kinston, Lenoir County, North Carolina. In the 1860 Census he is listed as owning 77 slaves.

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James M. Taylor (1810 - d.)

In the 1840 Census he is listed as owning two slaves.

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Jesse Graham (CSA) (1811 - 1888)

Enlisted in Company K, South Carolina 14th Infantry Regiment. Jesse Graham owned three slaves in 1840 and 1850.

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Capt. Frederick Staton (1772 - 1864)

Find a Grave Birth: 1772 Tarboro Edgecombe County North Carolina, USA Death: Jan. 29, 1864 Burnsville Anson County North Carolina, USA Frederick Staton was a Captain in the War of 1812. Origina...

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Calvin Horatio Brooks (CSA) (1843 - 1916)

Enlisted in Company B,North Carolina 15th Infantry Regiment In Union County, North Carolina on 3 May 1861.The same unit that his brother Cullen Cyrus Brooks enlisted in. In the 1850 Census Calvin Brook...

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John Tyler Hamiter (CSA) (1841 - 1926)

John Tyler Hamiter served in Company H of the 11th Alabama Infantry Regiment. He worked as a farmer and in the 1860 census he is listed as owning 15 slaves.

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Mary Eliza Jane Trantham Hines (1829 - 1891)

In 1860 Mary J. Trantham lived in Pickens, Alabama and owned 19 slaves.

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Col. Jefferson Llewellyn Wofford (CSA) (1834 - 1911)

Jefferson Llewellyn Wofford, an attorney, served in the Company G, 1st Regiment, Mississippi Light Artillery enlisted April 10, 1862 Lexington, Miss for 3 years. The 1860 Census says that he owned 67 s...

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George Washington Scott (1829 - 1903)

George Washington Scott (February 22, 1829 – October 3, 1903) was a noted Florida businessman, plantation owner, and military officer in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil W...

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Col. Lucien VanBuren Martin (1829 - 1873)

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Jonathan Marsh, Sr. (b. - 1704)

In April of 1703 Jonathan Marsh bought what was later known as Clarke's Ferry from Thomas Winterton of Jamestown, who operated it for three years. He and John Carr, ferrymen, were to carry all Magistra...

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Louis C. Lischey (c.1812 - 1894)

From Nashville History blog ... The resulting book, North Edgefield Remembered, tells the story of Joseph Browne and his wife Callie. Browne, born into slavery in 1859, was reared in the home of Loui...

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Isaac Holeman, Sr. MP (c.1725 - 1807)

Isaac Holeman Born 1725 in Quicksburg, Shenandoah County, Virginia Died about May 3, 1808 in Rowan County, North Carolina Parents: Daniel Holman aka Holeman, Born about 1700 in Kent County, Mar...

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Dr. William Faulcon Fitts, Sr. (1829 - 1862)

Doctor of Medicine. b. Feb 14, 1829 d. Dec 27,1862. 1Lt in Col John T. Morgan's 51st Alabama Cavalry (Partisan Rangers). Killed in battle leading a charge at Stewart's Creek two days before the Battle ...

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Lt. Adam Jordan MP (c.1740 - 1815)

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Dr. John Henry Fitts (1827 - 1851)

* * * Dr. John Henry Fitts attended the Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pa. and practiced medicine at the Apothecary, located at Roseland Plantation, a few miles to the southwest of Uniontow...

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Thomas Arthur, Sr. (1749 - 1833)

Thomas Arthur DAR Ancestor #: A003365 Service:  VIRGINIA    Rank: SOLDIER Birth:  1749    LUNENBURG CO VIRGINIA Death:  9-8-1833 ...

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Capt. Ambrose Arthur (1776 - 1859)

Capt in 10 Ky Regiment in war of 1812 biography From The Descendants of Thomas Arthur Jul 11, 2015. The first school in Flat Lick was built in the 1820s or 1830s and that is where Ambrose Arthur'...

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Samuel Alston Fitts (1815 - 1869)

* * * James Harris Fitts "Genealogy of the Fitts or Fitz Family in America" MDCCCXCVII page 78 No.33 Samuel Alston (James Harris/3,Oliver/2,Henry/1) Fitts/4 was born in Warren County, N.C., May 15, 181...

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Henry Cheatham Early (1793 - 1853)

Jenny Early (Col. John Early, Col. Jer'h Early, Jer'h Early, Sr., Thos. Early, John Early) m. Henry Cheatham Early, son of Jubal and Mary Cheatham-Early of Franklin County, Va. Henry C. Early was a w...

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Isaac Woodard, Sr (1782 - 1863)

Marriage to Nancy Singleton: (1800 — Age: 18) North Carolina, United States Residence: (1800 — Age: 18) Sumpter District, South Carolina Residence: (1860 — Age: 78) Houston Cou...

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LtGen Richard Strother Taylor, CSA MP (c.1826 - 1879)

He was the son of United States President Zachary Taylor and First Lady Margaret Taylor. One of three individuals to be promoted to Lt. General without formal military training. The other two were Lt...

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James Harris Fitts (1796 - 1832)

ONE OF THE PIONEERS OF Alabama. He came to Tuscaloosa in 1823,just four years after it had been founded. L * * * * James Harris Fitts was murdered at "Roseland" in 1832 by his ex-overseer Mr. Cabiness,...

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John J Brown (1825 - 1862)

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Hans Jacob Holtzclaw MP (1683 - 1760)

source: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Holtzklau Hans Jacob Holtzklau, born in 1683 in Trupbach, was th...

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Daniel W Brown (1799 - 1876)

Daniel Brown Was A leading Citizen of Early Anderson From A newspaper clipping believed to be the Anderson Independent unk date. Daniel Brown was one of the first men who bought land in the first...

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Lt Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest (CSA) MP (1821 - 1877)

"Wizard of the Saddle" Forrest's farewell address to his troops, May 9, 1865 Civil war, such as you have just passed through naturally engenders feelings of animosity, hatred, and revenge. It is ...

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William Copeland (1796 - 1860)

William apprenticed to Jessie Williamson of Philadelphia and learned the trade of builder and carpenter. At the age of twenty-two, relocated to Matanzas, Cuba. He accumulated a large fortune while in C...

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James Branch (1766 - 1844)

James Branch was born February 20, 1766, to John Branch, Sr., and Susannah Branch, in Bedford County, Virginia. He may have married first Frances Terry, on October 9, 1789, Bedford, Virginia. Frances m...

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Rev. Patrick Henry (c.1707 - 1777)

Source: Rev. Patrick Henrys Will The Virginia Magazine Vol 58, p. 120-1 gave to daughter Jane ( alist of slaves); to granddaughter Mary Gilliam (a slave); to granddaughter Elizabeth Gilliam (a slave) s...

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George Wythe, signer of the "Declaration of Independence" MP (1726 - 1806)

George Wythe (1726 – June 8, 1806) was an American lawyer, a Virginia judge, and a prominent opponent of slavery. He was the first law professor in the United States and a noted classical schola...

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General Robert George (1665 - 1733)

Robert George was born February 20, 1665. Fran Waggener citing "The Virginia Genealogist, The Blakey-George Bible Record (Family Bible of Sarah (George) Blakey)", Vol. I. He died January 21, 1733/34 ...

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Amos T. Akerman, U.S. Attorney General (1821 - 1880)

Amos Tappan Akerman (February 23, 1821 – December 21, 1880) served as United States Attorney General under President Ulysses S. Grant from 1870 to 1871. A native of New Hampshire, Akerman grad...

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Thomas Heyward, Signer of the "Declaration of Independence" MP (1746 - 1809)

Thomas Heyward, Jr. added the Jr. to his name to distinguish himself from his father's other son named Thomas. Thomas Heyward was born in St. Luke's parish, in the province of South Carolina, in the ...

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Gov. Stephen Hopkins, signer of the "Declaration of Independence" MP (1707 - 1785)

Stephen Hopkins (March 7, 1707 – July 13, 1785) was a governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, a Chief Justice on the Rhode Island Supreme Court, and a signer of the De...

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Gen. William Whipple, Jr., signer of the "Declaration of Independence" MP (1730 - 1785)

William Whipple, Jr. (January 14, 1730 – November 28, 1785) was a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence as a representative of New Hampshire. Whipple was born at Kittery, Mai...

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Susanna Lawson MP (1726 - 1787)

33. Susanna SIMPKINS, daughter of John SIMPKINS and Elizabeth RENCH, was born in 1726 in , Henrico, Virginia, USA and died in 1787 in , Henry, Virginia, USA. Notes Inherited two Negroes from her ...

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Peter Chandler (1733 - 1816)

Born 1773 Pomfret,Ct. the youngest of 12 children. Married Mary Hodges, (the daughter of Captain William Hodges and his second wife, Mary Clapp.) She died of dropsy at the age of 64. Dec. 1754; too...

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Edmund Ruffin (Southern "Fire-Eater") (Fired one of the 1st. shots of the US Civil War) (1794 - 1865)

Genealogy from: "The Diary of Edmund Ruffin: The years of hope, April 1861-June 1863" Edmund Ruffin (January 5, 1794 – June 17, 1865) was a farmer and slaveholder, a Confederate soldier, and a...

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Col William Randolph, II MP (c.1651 - 1711)

William Randolph was a colonist and land owner who played an important role in the history and governement of the Commonwealth of Virginia. He moved to Virginia between 1669 and 1673, and married Mary ...

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James H. Hammond, Governor, U.S. Senator (1807 - 1864)

James Henry Hammond (November 15, 1807 – November 13, 1864) was a politician from South Carolina. He served as a United States Representative from 1835 to 1836, the 60th Governor of South Caro...

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Archibald Clendenin (c.1710 - c.1763)

Archibald Clendenin was shot and killed by Indians during the Muddy Creek Massacre. He was scalped, his body left by his burning cabin, while his wife, two children, young brother-in-law, and one of hi...

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Benjamin L. Cole (c.1814 - 1871)

Profile photo: Burial site of Benjamin Cole, the great-great-great grandfather of actor Ben Affleck, in Laurel Grove Cemetery in Savannah, Georgia. ( a family plot with approximately 10 Cole's buried t...

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Capt. William Ainsworth MP (1733 - 1815)

DAR A 000903, Ct. Militia and Ensign. William Ainsworth was the son of Edward Ainsworth, Jr., and wife Joanna Davis. He was born on July 12, 1733 in Woodstock, Windham, Connecticut and died on Novemb...

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Pvt. William Goode (1765 - 1837)

American Revolutionary soldier - Served as a private in the Virginia troops at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Powhatan County, Va.; died in Clarke County, Ala.—D.A.R. Lineage BooK, vo...

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Capt. John Dixey MP (1639 - 1673)

John Dixey was baptized on 19 December 1639 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.3,4 He was the son of Captain William Dixey and Ann or Hannah (—?—) (Dixey).1 He married Elizabeth Alle...

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Isaac Rollins (c.1765 - 1845)

From Wikipedia Born in 1814, Winnie Brush lived as a slave on the Rollings estate in Mississippi. Jim born in 1811, was also a slave. When Winnie and her 3 children were sold to her owner's daughter ...

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Gov. Edward Telfair MP (1735 - 1807)

Edward Telfair (1735 – September 17, 1807) was the Governor of the state of Georgia in 1786, and again from 1790 through 1793. He was a member of the Continental Congress, and a signer of the ...

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Maj. General Benjamin F. Cheatham (CSA) (1820 - 1886)

Benjamin Franklin Cheatham (October 20, 1820 – September 4, 1886), known also as Frank, was a Tennessee aristocrat, California gold miner, and a General in the Confederate States Army during t...

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Brig. General Joseph O. Shelby (CSA) (1830 - 1897)

Joseph Orville Shelby (December 12, 1830 – February 13, 1897) was a noted Confederate cavalry general in the Trans-Mississippi Theater of the American Civil War. Early life and education S...

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Col. John Laurens (Continental Army) (1754 - 1782)

John Laurens (October 28, 1754 – August 27, 1782) was an American soldier and statesman from South Carolina during the Revolutionary War. He gained approval by the Continental Congress in 1779...

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John Randolph of Roanoke, U.S.Senator MP (1773 - 1833)

John Randolph (June 2, 1773 – May 24, 1833), known as John Randolph of Roanoke, was a planter and a Congressman from Virginia, serving in the House of Representatives (1799–1813, 1815&#...

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William Rowton (c.1775 - c.1829)

Land Grants 1812. April 15, Josiah Ward and Temperance, ux., of Cumberland County, to William B. Ligon, of Amelia County, £548 for 270 acres in Prince Edward County on Appomattox River, adjoin...

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John Walls (1773 - 1831)

For names of slaves, please see sources. -1817 Will of David Keas: 1817 Rutherford Co Tennessee, John Walls given 1 Red Steer Source: 587. RB4,pl40 - Sale: David Keas - 26 Mar 1813 - E: John L. Jet...

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Bernard Maurice Dubroca (1765 - c.1819)

Bernard Maurice1 DUBROCA, son of Louis Valentine DUBROCA and Marie (Marthe) FIEVRE, was born in Mobile, AL October 7, 1765 and died about 1819 in Baton Rouge, LA.   He married Ma...

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John VanZandt, Abolitionist (1791 - 1847)

Abolitionist. John Van Sandt was born in Fleming County, Kentucky about twenty miles south of the Ohio River. He was the son of Elisha and Margaret Crawford Van Zandt. His father was a Revolutionary ...

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Maindort Minor MP (c.1617 - 1677)

Will Genealogies of Virginia Families; from the William and Mary College Quarterly History Magazine, Vol. 1, Adams -Clopton, With an Introduction by John Frederick Dorman... Will of Maindort Doodes...

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Chief James Vann MP (1765 - 1809)

For more pictures, go to the Media section. Born: Spring Place, Murray Co., GA February 1765/8, Died:Near Vann's Ferry at Tom Buffingtons Tavern, Forsyth Co., GA February 21, 1809.. Brutal, viole...

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James "Obediah" Howard MP (1660 - 1729)

Accepted father of Samuel though it can't be 100% confirmed. "Francis Edward Howard (sic: Edward Howard) married Mary Chowan, and they had a son named James Obadiah (sic: have not seen proof of middl...

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Col. William Ball of "Millenbeck" MP (c.1615 - 1680)

William Ball (c 1614-1680), the immigrant ancestor. Parents unknown. Married Hannah Atherold. Children: William, Richard, Joseph, Hannah. Col. William Ball was born about 1615 in England and died N...

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Capt. Roger Spencer MP (c.1618 - 1675)

1.  ROGER1 SPENCER1 was of Saco, Maine in 16522, and died Aft. 1669 of Charlestown,  Massachusetts.  He married GERTRUDE. 3 daughters4. She was admitted church at Charlestown, Octo...

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Capt. Benjamin Massey MP (1775 - 1846)

Benjamin Massey, born 14 August 1775 in the Waxhaws, was the son of William Massey and Elizabeth Rives. He too settled in Lancaster District where he became a planter. In addition, he and Frederick W. ...

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Thomas B. King, US Congress (1800 - 1864)

Thomas Butler King I (August 27, 1800 – May 10, 1864) was an American politician from the state of Georgia.[1] Biography He was born on August 27, 1800 in Palmer, Massachusetts to Daniel Kin...

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Anna Matilda King (1798 - 1859)

King, Anna Matilda (Page), edited by Melanie Pavich-Lindsay, Anna, The Letters of a St. Simons Island Plantation Mistress, 1817-1859; The University of Georgia Press, Athens & London 2002; 453 pages [i...

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Henry Cary, Il MP (1675 - 1748)

Henry Cary Birth: 1675 Death: Mar 2 1749/50 - "Ampthill, " Chesterfield Co, VA Parents: Henry Cary, Judith Cary (born Lockey) Siblings: Miles Cary, Judith Cary, Anne Cary, Elizabeth Cary Wi...

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Colonel Richard "the Immigrant" Lee I MP (1618 - 1664)

Additional Curator's Note: I regret the need to lock this profile, but there are so many Lees in early Virginia history, with repeating given names, that it is very easy to merge the wrong profiles. Ju...

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Capt. Christopher Clark MP (c.1681 - 1754)

Captain Christopher Clark was born 1681 in Virginia and died on 28 May 1754 in Louisa, Virginia. Parents: Micajah Clark (1659 - 1706) and Sallie Ann Moorman Clark (1662 - 1710) Married: Penelop...

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Lawrence Taliaferro (1794 - 1871)

Lawrence Taliaferro (/ˈtʌlɪvər/; February 28, 1794–January 22, 1871) was a United States Army officer best known for his service as an Indian agent at Fort Snelling...

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Nathan Thurman, Sr. (1743 - 1824)

notes From the profile for William Kendall : EMANCIPATION OF WILLIAM KENDALL: Source: “Register of Black, Mulatto and Poor Persons in Four Ohio Counties 1791-1861” by Joan Turpin,...

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Maj. General John A. Wharton (CSA) (1828 - 1865)

John Austin Wharton (July 23, 1828 – April 6, 1865) was a lawyer, plantation owner, and Confederate general during the American Civil War. He is considered one of the Confederacy's best tactic...

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Ann Barron MP (1616 - 1685)

Ann Hammond Born: 1616, Lavenham, Suffolk, England Christened: 14 Jul 1616, Lavenham, Suffolk, England Parents: William Hammond, Elizabeth Payne Marriage (1): Timothy Hawkins Marriage (2): ...

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Lt. Gen. Wade Hampton III (CSA), US Senator, Governor (1818 - 1902)

• Hampton was one of only three Southern officers to achieve the rank of Lieutenant General in the Confederate States Army without any military training. • Hampton was defeated in the 1...

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William Joseph Gaston, US Congress (1778 - 1844)

William Joseph Gaston (19 Sept. 1778-23 Jan. 1844), lawyer, legislator, congressman, and jurist, was born in New Bern. His father, Alexander Gaston of Huguenot ancestry, was a native of Ireland, tr...

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James Chambers Hall (1832 - 1862)

James C. Hall - (James Chambers Hall) Company H, Elbert County. 2d Lt. 10/15/1861. Elected 1st Lt. June 1, 1862. Died in Warwick House Hospital at Lynchburg, Va. August 16, 1862. According to The Elber...

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William Stapleton Burch (1761 - 1822)

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Memucan Hunt, NC Treasurer MP (1729 - 1808)

The origins of the name "Memucan" stem from a figure with that name in the bibical book of Esther. This ancient Memucan is listed as being a vice regent and adviser to Ahasuerus, a Persian King. ...

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Thomas Little MP (1781 - 1855)

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Maj. Rufus Reid (1797 - 1854)

from The plantation house, Mount Mourne , was built by Major Rufus Reid (1797-1854). He grew cotton, wheat and corn. In its heyday, the Plantation was one of the largest in the area, and the second l...

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Col. Benjamin Franklin Little MP (1830 - 1880)

Benjamin Franklin Little was a planter of Carlisle plantation, Richmond County, N.C.; Confederate Army officer with the 52nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment; state legislator, 1864-1865; dry goods mer...

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Angus Taylor (c.1779 - 1854)

notes From Bladen County North Carolina Abstracts of Wills 1734-1900: Will of John Taylor dated 21 May 1832 (Of Hammonds Creek, Bladen County) Son & Executor, Angus Taylor . Daughters: Flora Tayl...

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Elizabeth Van Meter (b. - c.1840)

From "In 1823, Abraham Vanmeter died, freeing seven members of the Bruce family and leaving five of Joe and Sarah Bruce's children to remain enslaved to his wife Elizabeth Vanmeter until the time of ...

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Abraham Van Meter MP (b. - 1823)

Virginia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1607-1890 Name: Abraham Vanmeter State: VA County: Frederick County Township: Rent Rolls Year: 1759 Record Type: Rent Role Databa...

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Robert Jameson, Jr. (1802 - 1871)

. Robert Jemison, Jr. (September 17, 1802 in Lincoln County, Georgia – October 16, 1871 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama) was a Civil War era politician who voted against the secession of Alabama and la...

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Thomas H. Lewis MP (c.1820 - d.)

Thomas Harrison Lewis (born c. 1820) was an American farmer and landowner from Mobile, Alabama. According to the 1860 U.S. Federal Census Slave Schedule , he owned 32 slaves. Lewis is the grandson of J...

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Lydia Shepherd (1766 - 1867)

Birth: Feb. 26, 1766 Frederick County Virginia, USA Death: Sep. 29, 1867 Wheeling Ohio County West Virginia, USA The life of Mrs. Cruger is an oft told tale and yet the history of Monument Place ca...

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Phillip Henry Kibler MP (1775 - 1847)

Cemetery Record: KIBLER, PHILIP - BORN: DIED: 12 JUN 1847-72 YRS.-KIBLER-BEAHM HOLLOW _____________________________ WILL: KIBLER, PHILIP - Will Book C-188 Wife, Catharine - the part of all my...

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Isaac Winston MP (c.1687 - 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 Note Grandparents of: Dolley Madison and Patrick Henry ...

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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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