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Samuel Arledge MP (1797 - 1860)

Notes from Pam Wilson's Arledge Family History Project: 1820 Fairfield CO SC census: 152 ALDRIDGE, Samuel (000100-20100) A Samuel (this one?) named as Moses' son in court case. 1820-1828: involved ...

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Moses Arledge MP (1773 - 1828)

Notes from Pam Wilson's Arledge Family History Project: Not to be confused with the elder Moses Arledge, brother of William Sr. (and thus an uncle to this Moses), who died in 1790 and was married to ...

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William Arledge MP (1740 - 1819)

From the research notes of Pam Wilson : WILLIAM ARLEDGE b. prob. 1740's, d. 1819 This William is most likely the son of John Arledge and Elizabeth Thomas Arledge (who after being widowed by John Ar...

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Mary Sarah Arledge (c.1786 - d.)

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Jesse Arledge MP (1795 - d.)

Notes from research files of Pam Wilson : Jesse Arledge was quite a writer. A series of long letters he wrote from Reed Creek, Randolph Co, NC to his children in "the far North West" (Iowa) from 1857...

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William Arledge MP (1779 - 1841)

Notes from research files of Pam Wilson : William received the sum of one dollar from his father's will, filed August 1818 in Randolph County, North Carolina. He migrated to Ohio in 1805, and settled...

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Isaac Arledge, II MP (1788 - 1859)

Notes from research files of Pam Wilson : Isaac received $100 from his father's estate as filed in Randolph Co. NC in August 1818. He was apparently living in Ohio at this time for he was married in ...

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Isaac Arledge MP (c.1736 - 1818)

From the research files of Pam Wilson : According to Graham Louer's notes, there are records in Orange Co, NC of an Isaac ELLIDGE and ELLEDGE that may be the same person. One, dated 20 Oct 1760, is a...

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Cyrus Arledge MP (1783 - 1852)

Ames gives location of Cyrus' birth as Charleston SC. Why and how could that be? There's no evidence that the family ever lived in Charleston. Bob Arledge writes: The following is from Ames, Edwina Gra...

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Clement Arledge MP (1748 - 1822)

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William Arledge MP (1778 - 1817)

Notes from Pam Wilson's Arledge Family History Project: William was the youngest child of Isaac Sr. Though there is no proof at this point, it seems likely that the William who married Sarah Ford was...

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Isaac Arledge MP (c.1774 - 1847)

Notes from Pam Wilson's Arledge Family History Project: According to Sekanick, this Isaac was a boy (i.e. under 21) in 1790. However, he is enumerated in the 1792 Fairfield Co SC tax list, though t...

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Rachel Arledge MP (1773 - d.)

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Huldah Arledge MP (c.1769 - d.)

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Caleb Aldridge Arledge MP (c.1756 - 1820)

Notes from Pam Wilson's Arledge Family History Project: Moved from Fairfield Co, SC to Anson Co, NC. Mecklenburg County was created in 1762 from Anson County. Richardson Creek is a Creek off the Rock...

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Anne Arledge MP (1750 - d.)

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Joseph Arledge MP (1749 - 1806)

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Sarah Bishop MP (1745 - d.)

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Sallie Wright MP (1765 - 1802)

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Amos Arledge MP (c.1765 - 1845)

From the research notes of Pam Wilson : The son of Isaac and Anna Arledge of Fairfield Co, SC, Amos apparently became head of his father's household upon the death of his father Isaac, Sr., in 1790. ...

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Greenberry Arledge MP (1816 - 1887)

Greenberry (also known as G.B. or Berry) Arledge was a justice of the peace who was instrumental in the formation of Polk County, NC in 1855. He also served on the school board and was one of the first...

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Isaac Arledge MP (1814 - 1900)

From the research files of Pam Wilson : Isaac Arledge moved to Henderson County in the 1840s and served as sheriff there in the 1840's and 1850's. His son Zeb was Chief of Police in Hendersonville fo...

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Clement Arledge MP (1825 - 1919)

There is a listing for a C. ARLEDGE in 64th NC Inf Co A of the Confederate Army. "The 64th Infantry Regiment, organized during the summer of 1862, was anticipated to be a legion containing thirteen c...

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John Arledge MP (1830 - 1884)

Civil War Service: Arledge, John, Private, K Company, 16th Regiment This company was from Polk County. John resided in Polk County and was by occupation a clerk prior to enlisting in Polk County at a...

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Eli Arledge MP (1826 - 1904)

Confederate Army in Civil War: Arledge, Eli, Private, Company A, 25th Regiment This company was raised in Henderson County and enlisted in Edneyville, NC. It was known as the "Edney Grays". Eli res...

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Happy Sylvania Arledge MP (1820 - 1903)

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Angelina Arledge MP (1818 - 1880)

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Mary Ann Arledge MP (1831 - 1912)

written by Jenniekz (posted on Ancestry.com 10 April 2012): Mary Ann was born and grew up in Green River Cove. After her marriage, she kept a home and land in the cove. According to stories told in t...

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Levi Arledge MP (1813 - 1901)

From the research files of Pam Wilson : Inherited land of Isaac and Sally Arledge (Harriett's foster parents) on the south side of the Green River. 1840 census, Rutherford Co: (p. 35) Ben Holbi...

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Jonathan Arledge MP (c.1790 - 1875)

From the research notes of Pam Wilson : Jonathan and his father Amos went to the Green River Cove area of Rutherford County (later Polk Co.), NC from Fairfield County SC in the early 1800's. In War...

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Harriett Arledge MP (c.1796 - 1880)

Harriett was the foster daughter of Isaac Arledge and Sally McCormick Arledge. She may have been Sally's niece. According to some sources, Harriett McCormick Arledge's daughter, Mary Ann Arledge Hill...

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Sally McCormick MP (1755 - d.)

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Isaac Arledge MP (b. - 1819)

From the research files of Pam Wilson ( wilsonpam@mindspring.com ): ISAAC ARLEDGE (b bef 1755 (prob. 1740s), d 1820, Rutherford Co, NC) probably the son of John Aldridge/Arledge and Elizabeth Thoma...

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John Herrington Arledge (1806 - 1893)

From Pam Wilson's research files: 1830 census: · Aldridge, John Unknown Townships, Monroe, AL 1830: 0-0-0-0-1 (20-30)//1-0-0-0-1// neighbors: Finkler, Crawford [This is John Herrington Arledge...

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Isaac Duke Arledge MP (1819 - 1910)

From Pam Wilson's research files: Was a farmer. Moved to Paulding, MS 1857: Moved to Hattiesburg in 1908 (according to Betty Greco). Had 14 children. (Other information from Elzey Joe Arledge.) Civil...

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Rachel Herrington or Harrington MP (1777 - 1858)

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John Franklin Arledge MP (1836 - 1904)

from Pam Wilson's research notes: 1860 Neshoba Co, MS (Philadelphia) census (p. 86 or 614): John Arledge 20 M from Ala; wife Sarah 16 Ala; Son John 8/12 mos Mys dated Aug 4 1860 Jno F Arledge 20 ...

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Moses D. Arledge MP (1820 - 1910)

from Pam Wilson's research notes: T. A. Houston writes: The 1860 census finds Moses in Milam County, Texas. The 1880 census finds him in Williamson County, Texas as does the 1900 census. From 1846 ...

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William Arledge MP (1814 - 1856)

from Pam Wilson's research notes: Wilcox Co, AL land records: Nov 12 1845--William Arledge sells slaves to James A. Crook. Book I page 77(signed with mark) 1850 census Wilcox Co, AL p. 407 (no tw...

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Martin Arledge MP (1812 - 1889)

From Pam Wilson's research notes: Some info from Philip Mecom in query in Teri Allred's Summer 1993 newsletter. Where is he in 1840 census? 1850 census Wilcox Co, AL p. 407 (no twp listed on film...

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Jonathan Arledge MP (1816 - 1870)

From Pam Wilson's research notes: Acquired land in Wilcox Co, AL, acc to BLM records, along with father and brother Martin as well as uncle Isaac and his sons John H. and Isaac Jr: ALDRIDGE, JONATH...

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Drady Owens (1804 - 1870)

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William (Willmus) Aldridge MP (c.1597 - d.)

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Emma Aldrich/ Aldridge MP (1585 - 1679)

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Thomas Aldridge MP (1639 - 1679)

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Alice (Alise) Aldridge MP (1633 - 1712)

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Elizabeth Aldridge MP (1627 - 1698)

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Elizabeth "Betsy" Arledge MP (1784 - d.)

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Isaac Duke Arledge MP (1775 - 1835)

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Anna / Ann Nancy Arledge MP (b. - 1830)

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John "Jack" Arledge MP (deceased)

From the research files of Pam Wilson: It seems that John "Jack" had two separate families-- (1) a first family of mainly sons (wife's name unknown), as reflected in the 1820 census: HOH in 1810 ...

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John Arledge MP (1749 - c.1817)

From the research files of Pam Wilson ( wilsonpam@mindspring.com ): John and Anna Arledge lived on Turkey Creek, a secondary tributary of the Savannah River in Edgefield Co, SC as early as 1787. Na...

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Elizabeth Thomas MP (c.1720 - 1795)

From the research notes of Pam Wilson ( wilsonpam@mindspring.com ): It appears that a daughter of RICHARD THOMAS of Northumberland Co, VA named ELIZABETH married an ALDRIDGE. The will of RICHARD TH...

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Jane Arledge or Aldridge MP (1710 - 1724)

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Clement (Aldridge) Arledge MP (1708 - 1790)

Notes from research files of Pam Wilson : Clement was named in his father's 1724 will, but was not a legatee of the land in Wiccocomoco Parish that was given to brothers William and John. Graham Loue...

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William Arledge or Aldridge MP (1702 - 1784)

From the research notes of Pam Wilson : This William, born in Northumberland County, appears to have gone to NC (Orange/Granville/Bertie/Randolph Counties) with his brother Clement, perhaps as early ...

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Sarah Arledge MP (c.1723 - d.)

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Anna or Hannah Arledge MP (c.1747 - 1798)

Note from Graham Louer on 16 May 1999 to Pam Wilson: the pay-out dates to the estate's executors, joseph & clement, have not yet been found, but calib signed for his share 25 jan 1800, signal...

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Isaac Arledge MP (1721 - c.1790)

From the research notes of Pam Wilson : ISAAC ARLEDGE (b. 1721 d. 1790), son of William ALDRIDGE/ARLEDGE and second wife Sarah of Northumberland Co, VA; married (1) ??? and (2) Anna/Hannah 1721. Bo...

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Sarah Aldridge or Arledge MP (1679 - 1727)

From the research notes of Pam Wilson : Some sources (such as the LDS Ancestral File) have given Sarah the surname of ALIRE. However, the source for this is unclear and after more than a decade I've ...

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Alice Aldridge or Arledge MP (c.1679 - 1727)

John Aldridge WikiTree FREE Birth: May 16 1706 - Wicomico, Northumberland, Virginia, United States Death: Sep 15 1792 - Randolph, North Carolina, United States Parents: William Aldridge, Alice Fa...

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William Aldridge or Arledge MP (1675 - c.1725)

From the research notes of Pam Wilson : The only child of William whose birth was listed in the Northumberland Co VA Record of births 1661-1810 (page 4, mutilated), was "--n Aldridge" (prob. John) bo...

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Elizabeth Tills or Tilles MP (1646 - 1699)

Could her name have been Toll? There are wills for Worstead residents Robert Toll in 1556, John Toll in 1557, Margaret Toll in 1559; 1632: Toll, James, cordwainer, of Worstead

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Clement Aldridge II MP (1636 - 1699)

From the Arledge Family History Project (Pam Wilson: wilsonpam@mindspring.com ): Clement and Elizabeth were immigrants to Virginia. His parents, Clement and Susan, may have preceded them. Sekanick sp...

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Susan Crompton, Widow of Edmund Boswell MP (c.1597 - c.1640)

From Pam Wilson's notes: Teri Allred [in her Winter 1994 "Aldridge and Allred of the South" newsletter] cites a letter written by Sylvia M. Allred of W. Jordan, Utah, to John Lisk in 1976: "In her se...

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Agnes Anna Rolfe MP (1562 - 1610)

From Pam Wilson: JOHN ALDRICH was reportedly born circa 1558. He married at Worstead Parish (Norfolk, England) on 9 February 1583-4, AGNES ROLFE or ROFFE. (Another reading of this surname in the regi...

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John (Johannis) Aldrich or Aldridge MP (1561 - 1610)

Note from Pam Wilson, Geni Curator and Arledge researcher: I'm not sure where the date of birth and location originated. After looking at the Worstead Parish Register for 1558, there is no listing th...

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Clement Aldridge I MP (c.1600 - 1668)

From Pam Wilson, Curator, in January 2014: I have thoroughly searched the Worstead Parish Register with a fine-toothed comb to try to find a birth/baptism record for Clement from 1595-1610, but there...

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