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  • John 'Blacksmith' Wooldridge (c.1678 - 1757)
    1. JOHN WOOLDRIDGE (ca.1678-1757), blacksmith, farmer, and founder of a long-lived and far spread family. The family home was named "Midlothian," perhaps (or perhaps not) In memory of a distant origin ...
  • Anna Lear (1639 - bef.1695)
    Anna Willix , second daughter of Balthazar Willix and Hannah, was born about 1639, "of" Alford, Lincolnshire, England. She died between May 13, 1695 and June 6, 1695 in Nansemond County, Virginia; her ...
  • David Wheeler, of Newbury (bef.1625 - aft.1669)
    WHEELER, DAVID, Newbury, son of John, born 1625, at Salisbury, Wiltshire County, came in the Confidence of London, departed Southampton on 24 April 1638, probably betrusted to some friend (John Ludwell...
  • Randall (Randolph) Holt, Sr. (1607 - bef.1643)
    Virginia Immigrants and Adventurers, 1607-1635: A Biographical Dictionary By Martha W. McCartney, page 398 ----------------------------- Randall possible Randolph prior to arriving in America, ca...
  • John Brisler (1756 - 1836)
    Biography : Throughout the writings of Abigail Adams, there is mention of John Brisler. She would say of him "a very virtuous, steady, frugal fellow, with a mind above the vulgar, very handy and at...

  • 1. a person employed by another, especially to perform domestic duties.
  • 2. a person in the service of another.
  • 3. a person employed by the government: