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Brig. Gen. J. Johnston Pettigrew (CSA) (1828 - 1863)

Gen. James Johnston Pettigrew (July 4, 1828 – July 17, 1863) was an author, lawyer, linguist, diplomat, and a Confederate general in the American Civil War. He was a major leader in the disast...

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Ebenezer Pettigrew (1783 - 1848)

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Charles Pettigrew (1744 - 1807)

Charles Pettigrew (20 Mar. 1744-8 Apr. 1807), clergyman, planter, and educator, was born on the Pennsylvania frontier, the sixth of eleven children and the third son of James and Mary Cochran Pettigr...

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David Petticrew MP (1820 - 1893)

Born Feb. 22, 1820 in Montgomery County, Ohio and died Sep. 16, 1893 in Lee County, Illinois. Buried in Binghampton Cemetery in Amboy, Lee County, Illinois Children (discrepancies in the Find A Grave...

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James Petticrew MP (1790 - 1862)

Records of the old Hanover Presbyterian Church in Hanover Twp., Lancaster (now Dauphin) County, PA. The register of births and baptisms show the following: (extracted) James, to John and Elizabeth ...

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Belle Petticrew Robert (1851 - 1900)

Belle Petticrew Robert Belle was married to William Smith Robert. It must have been after 1867 when her family moved from Xenia Ohio (near Dayton) to St. Louis. Her father, Algernon Sidney Petticrew ...

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Eliza Jane Sykes (1825 - 1893)

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Jacob Petticrew MP (1800 - 1881)

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John Finley Petticrew MP (1758 - 1838)

Like all the early Petticrew family members, some of the family trees on the Internet have questionable information, due to the repeated given names and the scarcity of records in early settlements in ...

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Matthrew Petticrew of Campbell County, VA MP (c.1760 - c.1798)

Shearer, James William - "The Shearer-Akers family : combined with "The Bryan line" through the seventh generation " Somerville, N.J.: Press of the Somerset Messenger, 1915. Mathew Peticrew and Ann A...

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Samuel Petticrew (1791 - 1842)

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Mary Petticrew (c.1768 - c.1851)

We know that Mary Ward was married to John Petticrew and that they had a son named "Samuel" from the document cited below. We also know that Mary Ward Petticrew was married and had a child in 1816 when...

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James Petticrew MP (1772 - 1806)

Marriage of JAMES PETTYCREW ELIZABETH HAMMERS 06 March 1802 Rockbridge, d/o Joel Hammer James' widow Elizabeth (Betsy) married James Kent on 38 October 1806 in Rockbridge, so James was dead by that...

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David A. Barger (1829 - 1885)

Born May 21, 1829 in Natural Bridge, Rockbridge County, Virginia, USA and died Mar. 3, 1885 in Lucas County Iowa, USA.

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Peter Barger (1791 - 1855)

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Ann Barger (1797 - 1847)

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Isabella Petticrew (c.1818 - 1844)

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Alice Pressley (1853 - 1931)

Mary Petticrew's sister's name was Alice Presley and she lived with her husband, James, on a farm in Grimes, IA. They went into farming instead of teaching because of his health. Alice's son was killed...

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Deborah Ann Petticrew (1826 - d.)

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Mary Ann Lanier (1847 - c.1884)

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Bertha Dail Lanier (1917 - d.)

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Isabella Petticrew (c.1765 - c.1830)

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Jane Petticrew (c.1785 - d.)

The Grigsby family were prominent in Rockbridge County. Sometimes incorrectly transcribed as Grigsley.

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Peace W. Petticrew (c.1765 - d.)

Groom Name: Samuel Petticrew Bride Name: Peace W. Buchanan Marriage Date: 22 Oct 1812 County: Rockbridge State: Virginia Ancestry.com. Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850 [database on-line]....

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Columbia Ann Harris (1828 - 1911)

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Robert Francis Withers Allston, 67th Governor of South Carolina MP (1801 - 1864)

Robert Francis Withers Allston (April 21, 1801 – April 7, 1864) was the 67th Governor of South Carolina. He was born in All Saints Parish, South Carolina in 1801. He graduated from the Uni...

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Adele Theresa Pettigrew (1810 - 1896)

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Mary Ann LaBruce MP (1793 - 1869)

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Martha Pettigrew MP (1830 - 1855)

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Mary C. Pettigrew MP (1803 - 1872)

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Mary Cochran Pettigrew MP (1745 - 1798)

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Jane Gibert Pettigrew MP (1800 - 1863)

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Louise Guy Gibert MP (1767 - 1826)

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Rev. Jean Louis Gibert MP (1722 - 1773)

Jean Louis Gibert was born 29 June 1722, died August 1773; emigrated from Lunes, Languedoc, France, to Charleston, S.C., in April 1764; minister; Gilbert led 200 Huguenot followers to South Carolina to...

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James Louis Petigru MP (1789 - 1863)

"James Louis Petigru (May 10, 1789-March 9, 1863) was a lawyer, politician, and jurist in South Carolina. He is best known for his service as the state's Attorney General, his juridical work that playe...

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John Pettigrew MP (c.1770 - d.)

John Petticrew was born in East Hanover Township, Dauphin County, PA. He married Mary Ward (1773 - ), daughter of George Ward and Mary Grier, in Dauphin County before they migrated to Rockbridge County...

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James Ward Petticrew (1811 - 1895)

James W. appears in Botetourt Co. 1850 census as a slaveholder, and 1870 and 1880 census in Campbell Co. Calculating from census records, he was born in 1812. From "Botetourt County Marriages, 1770-1...

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George Washington Pettigrew, Jr. (1830 - 1882)

His father was Washington Petticrew (and its spelled with a c on the tombstone) and Mary Parsons. George Washington had three wifes - all named Elizabeth - a Welchel and a Kepner as well as the Williams.

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George Washington Pettigrew, Sr. (1801 - 1877)

Find A Grave Birth: Nov. 15, 1801 Rockbridge County, Virginia, USA Death: Sep. 28, 1877 Madison County,Indiana, USA Husband of Mary Parsons. They were married in 1825 Virginia.They had the ...

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Jane Parsons (deceased)

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John Duncan Campbell Petticrew (1821 - 1893)

Bev Kline writes: John Duncan Campbell Petticrew was born 1821 to James and Sarah (Kenny)in Montgomery Co., Ohio. His siblings were Isabella (abt 1818), Mary Jane (abt 1825), Algernon Sidney (1826). ...

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Mary Petticrew (1797 - 1875)

Children: Mary Jane (1824-1886) Margaret Ann (1825-1910) John L. (1827-1899) David Lehman (1828-1897) Ambrose (1830-1903) Elizabeth M. (1832-1907) James A. (1835-1894) Terrasina Mar...

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Elizabeth Petticrew MP (1792 - d.)

From cousin Bev Kline, a Petticrew descendant: "By immigrant James' will, we know that William had a sister Elizabeth but she did not marry James Kent. I doubt she ever married, and I don't know an...

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Jane Petticrew MP (deceased)

Children: John Petticrew. He was born Abt. Jun 1763 in East Hanover Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. He married Mary Ward. They were married on 02 Sep 1818 in Rockbridge County, Virginia. ...

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Samuel Petticrew (1763 - d.)

Need to verify this data as I had alternative wife, death location and birth date for Samuel. Married Oct 22, 1812.

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James Petticrew MP (1723 - 1798)

James Petticrew. He was born on 05 Oct 1723 in Cordoan Barony, Lanark Scotland (according to one researcher, but it's more likely that he was from County Ulster, Ireland). He married Jane Ainsworth. Th...

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William Petticrew MP (c.1765 - c.1830)

William Petticrew-3 (James Petticrew-2, David Petticrew-1). He was born Abt. Jun 1765 in Hanover Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. from cousin Bev Kline, a Petticrew descendant: "William di...

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David Petticrew (c.1713 - 1784)

DAVID PETTECREW Departed this Life July 2nd, 1784, Aged 71 years. Notes and queries: Chiefly relating to Interior Pennsylvania, Volume 2

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Algernon Sidney Petticrew (c.1826 - 1911)

A.S. Petticrew went into business with a Mr. Lane, of Owens, Lane and Dyer in Zenia (Xenia) Ohio. Lane was also an abolitionist like A.S.and had suffered for his beliefs. Lane was the son of a blacksmi...

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James Petticrew MP (c.1792 - 1840)

Records of the old Hanover Presbyterian Church in Hanover Twp., Lancaster (now Dauphin) County, PA. The register of births and baptisms show the following: (extracted) James to William and _____ Pe...

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William Pettigrew MP (1759 - 1837)

Father of James L. Petigru, a lawyer, politician, and jurist in South Carolina. See [ . Wikipedia article on James L. Petigru].

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Martha Ann Pettigrew MP (1690 - d.)

Birth date is wrong, given the birth dates of her children. Married Martha Moore, possibly titled as a "Lady", of Scotland. James and Martha had children: William Pettigrew (b. before 1713, possi...

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James L Pettigrew III (from Ireland) MP (1713 - 1784)

James Pettigrew left a will, dated December 18, 1784, in Ninety Sixth District, South Carolina. Witnesses were Handy Harris and James and William Pettigrew. He named his wife, Mary Pettigrew, and child...

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James Pettigrew, Jr. MP (1659 - 1753)

James Pettigrew, sometimes known as "James 2nd", one of two sons of James Pettigru, who emigrated from France to Scotland in 1648. "James Pettigrew 2nd and his brother, John Pettigrew, were two des...

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James Luis Petigru, I MP (c.1635 - 1658)

Moved from France to Scotland before 1648.

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