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Peter Lobdell 1802 "Herkimer Co, NY" before 1828 4 Mar 1874 "Freedom, Cattaraugus Co, NY" "Peter states in 1855 census he was born Herkimer Co, NY.
By first wife he had two daughters,Mary Jane born 1829;
Lucretia born 1831. By second wife he had Lucinda Adaline in 1847.
james westbrooke england 11 jun 1717 virginia
Joost Jansen VanMeteren 1858 "Gelderland Polder, Holland" Sarah DuBois 12 Dec 1682 "Kingston, Ulster Co NY" 13 Jun 1706 Salem Co NJ "He was a passenger of the Fox ship list with his mon and dad on 12 Sept 1662 at New Amsterdam, New Netherland, Dutch West India CO.
Captured by Indians, but rescued." firstname.lastname@example.org internet
James Mitchell 1730 Derry Ireland Mary Lusk unknown unknown 1841 Peters Creek PA "served in the Revolution. his revolutionary warpension application #S2839 was granted. He received 300 acres of land ' Crookston' for his war service. He moved to Williamsport PA (now Monongahela City Pa. on banks of the Mon river 11 miles south of Pittsburgh PA after wife's death in 1839 to live with his daughter and he was later a founder of Williamsport. He still served as colonel of the militia as of 1839. He was stationed at Big Crab orchard fort during period August-Oct. 1774 near Tazwell, Va. died 1-19-1841 and is buried in the Presybyterian church he helped to found, peters Creek Presbyterian church, outside Washington PA. with his wife Mary. " email@example.com "DAR application of Charlotte Wright Mitchell, patriots index, Pa. Sons& "
John Peter Schlosser "Jan 20, 1709/10" "Hilsbach, Germany" Ann Maria Margaretha Weschenbach Abt. 1735 "Jan 08, 1790" "Sharpsburg, MD. USA" "PRESERVATION OF HISTORICAL SLUSS BURIAL SITE.
(as written by Joan Sluss VA. USA.)
PETER SCHLOSSER with his brother LEONARD SCHLOSSER
Arrived in Philadelphia, PA in 1732 on th ship ""Dragon""
Along side the battle line Antietam, in the German Reformed Church cemetery, (in Sharpburg VA).
Peter Schlosser was laid to rest in 1790. After more than 200 years the engraving on the stone is still legible. It reads, in German; ""Here rest in God Peter Schlosser. He was born 20 January 1710 and died 8 January 1790. His age was 80 years, 11 months, and 3 days. When you awaken the dead on that day, so also reach out your hand to my grave.""
Sep 30 1732 arrived on the ship ""Dragon"", with his brother
PRESERVATION OF HISTORIC SLUSS BURIAL SITE.
(as written by Joan Sluss, VA USA)
LEONARD SCHLOSSER with his brother arrived in Philadelphia, PA in 1732 on the ship ""Dragon""
Abiah Edwards 1651 "Naomi, Mary Sutton" 1714 "Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey" firstname.lastname@example.org
Phillip Edwards Wales or England maybe Devon 1664 "The Castle, Dorchester, Massachusetts" "Father of Abiah Edwards. Abiah appears in Mass ct in 1671 looking for his inheritance. Phillip was drowned at The Castle after being admitted as a inhabitant to Dorchester, Mass in 1662. " email@example.com
Archibald adams 1740 Maryland Catherine 1760 Maryland 1820 West Virginia free Mulatto firstname.lastname@example.org
Hannah Brown 1746 Isaac Davis Acton Acton
Jacob Sullivan 1776 Maryland Nancy Harris 1790s ? Tn "trying to find Jacob Sullivan's parents names and dates of birth, location of birth. " email@example.com research
James (Daniel/Dempsey) Carroll abt 1711 "Westmoreland Co., VA" No.1 ? ; No 2 probably Mary ? 1776 Loudoun Co.. V.a
Johan Georg Hettenbach 10 Nov. 1761 "Germantown, Philadelphia Co., PA" Anna Maria Koiner/Keinadt 1782-1785 "Possibly Carlisle, Cumberland Co., PA" 20 June 1822 "Washington Co., IN." "Johan Georg Hettenbach was later listed in records as Heddebach, Edebach, and eventually, George Hattabaugh. He was the son of Johan Michel Hettenbach and Anna Maria Dahl. Michel was born in Montgomery Co., PA in 1732 and was married to Anna Maria Dahl at New Goshenhoppen Reformed Church on Dec. 14, 1760. He first married Maria Catharina Seegarin in St. Michael's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Germantown, PA on Feb. 6, 1757 with whom he had children Sophia, Maria Magdalena, and twin sons, Wilhelm and Peter Hettenbach between June 12, 1757 and Oct. 2, 1760.
Johan Georg Hettenbach married Maria Koiner/Keinadt who was the daughter of Michael Coiner/Koiner/Keinadt/Coynart and Anna Margaretha Diller. Michael arrived in PA. from Germany in 1749. He and several of his sons served in the Revolutionary War. The family relocated to Augusta Co., VA about 1787." firstname.lastname@example.org Various State archives and church records
Jerome Ham abt 1615 "Bristol, England" Sibella Caynhoo(d) abt 1652 ", York, Virginia" 1659 ", York, Virginia" "Jerome Ham was the son of Hierom Ham of Bristol, England. Some researchers show them as one and the same man; however Hierom Ham of Bristol served as town clerk from 1581 until 1621 in Bristol. Jerome Ham married Sibella Caynhoo, daughter of Wm. In York Co., Va. court records, she was identifed as an orphan shortly before their marriage. Jerome and Sibella had children: Elizabeth, Jerome and Samuel before Jerome died and Sibella remarried. If Hierom of Bristol and Jerome of York Co were the same man, he would have been likely in his 90's when he married Sibella. " email@example.com "York Co., Va Court, Wills, Admin; Fleet, Beverly-Colonial Abstracts; VA Land Patents; Bristol wills; Bristol Merchant Records; Prerogative Court of Canterbury Records"
benjamin franklin 1706/january/07 boston massachusetts deborah read 1730 boston massachusetts april 17 1790 philiadelphia
Thomas Lillibridge 1662 "Cheldon Parish, Devonshire, England" Mary Hobson 1698 "Newport, RI" "August 29, 17124" "Richmond, RI" firstname.lastname@example.org The Lillibridges of the World - Donna Lillibridge and John L. Lillibridge
John Peace c1754 Maryland Unknown c1785 09 Feb 1832 "Greenville County, SC" "Found in the South Carolina Archives in Columbia, Pension #S38996:
""South Carolina - At a Court of Generral Sessions and common Please began to be holdin at Spartanburgh court house in and for the District of Spartanburgh on the Second Monday after the fourth Monday in October being the 6th dat of November in the year of our Lord one Thousand Eight hundred and Twenty - Present his Honour Judge Nott.
State of South Carolina }
Spartanburgh District } To wit
On this Sixth day of November in the year of our Lord, one thousand Eight hundred and Twenty, personally appeared in open court, to wit the court of General sessions and common Pleas, being a court of Record for the said District, John Peace, aged sixty six years resident in the District aforesaid, who being firtst duly sworn according to the Law, doth on his oath declare: that he served in the Revolutionary War or _??_, to wit. In the Winter of 1776 or 7 he served a Towen of Three months in the company of Captain George Crawford under the command of Col. John Wood. On the 1st january 1777 he joined Gene G Washington's Army in the _??_, and was in the action at Princetown, a few days afterwards he actio?? honn and was discharged. On the 28th day of April 1778 he enlisted for the Term of Three years with Capt David Hult at Hagerstown, in the seventh Maryland Regiment commanded by Col John Gunby, and joined the main army at the Valley Forge. He acted as a Corporal at the Battle of Monmouth court house, and was then appointed andesty Serjeant, and shortly afterwards was appointed Sergeant Major. He commanded a Platoon at Gates Defeat, and also at the Battle of Guildford Court House, about the 28th day of April 1781. he was discharged at Woolcocks Iron works on Deep River in No Car by Capt William Beaty and Col O H Williams of the first Maryland Brigade. He was then appointed to commisary of Forage under General Covington of the Maryland line, and served in that capacity until September following. He afterwards join'd the Militia Light horse company of Capt John Cohoine under the command of General; Pickens, where he served alin??? one year and then returned to the North.
The declarent further swears, that he was a resident citizen of the United States on the 18th day of March 1818 and that he has not since that time, by gift, sale orin any manner disposed of his property or any part thereof with intent thereby so to deminish it, as to bring himself within the provisions of the act of congress entitled ? an act to provide for certain persons engaged in the Land and ????? service fo the United States in the Revolutionary War hass'd on the 18th day of March 1818, and that he has no, nor has any person in ???? for him any property or securities contracts on debts due to him, nor has he any income, other than what is contain'd in the Schuduel here unto annex'd and by him subscribed.
The declarent further swears, that he is possessed of no property, written real or personal except his clothes, Pen knife and Instand, that he follows the occupation of School teaching, and will in be compiled to abandon that pursuit, as he is already too blind to pursue his occupation without great inconvenience, and that from age and infirmity he is unable to support himself any other way. he further Swears, that his wife has been deprived of the use of her reason since the year 1808, and has since that time been assigned to the care of his family, who are, Elenor Peace born 3rd August 1786, not married - John Peace born 16 April 1791 a farmer, able to support himself. Mary Peace born 21st May 1793, unmarried, Joseph Peace born 18th December 1794, a farmer able to support himself. Patrick Peace born 23rd July 1797, married. William Peace born 28th July 1800 a farmer, and James C Peace born 6th May 1803 a farmer. The family of the declarent have a small farm, on which they live and with difficulty and great economy, support themselves and their invalid Mother, but are unable, without privation to themselves to contribute to the support of the Declarent.
Sworn to and declared }
the day above mention } John Peace
I am of opinion this total amount in value, of the property contained in the above schedule does not exceed Twenty Dollars.
The State of South Carolina
I Elisha Bomar clerk of the court of General Sessions and commom Please for Spartanburgh District certify that the foregoing oath, and the schedule thin unto announc'd are truly copies from the ??? of the said court, and I do further certify that it is the opnion ofthe said court that the Colt amount in value of the property of the Declarent as stated in the schedule, does not acceed Twenty Dollars. On Testimony where of I have hereunto set my hand and affix the seal of the said court on this 12th day of December 1820.
Clerk of the Court of General Sessions and Common Pleas for Spartanburg Dist SoCar""
""Auditor's Office, Annapolis, Feby 21th of 1820
I hereby certify, that it appears from the muster-rolls remaining in the Auditor's Office, that John Peace enliseted as a Corporal in the 7th Maryland Regiment, on the 28th day of April 1778 and was discharged on the 1st Nov 1780 present
The applicant was appointed to }
Q M Sergeant on the 2nd day of March 1780 }
Srgt Major in May 80 }
On this Eleventh day of April, one Thousand Eight hundred and Twenty before me and the Judges of the court of General Sessons and common Please for the said State, personnaly appear'd John Peace aged sixty five years, resident in Greenville District in the said State, he being by me, first duly sworn according to law, doth on his oath make the following declaration, in order to obtain the provisions made by the late Act of Congress entitled ""an act to provide for certain personss engaged in the Land and Naval Service of the United States in the Revolutionary War - That he the said John Peace enlisted for the term of three years on the 28th day of April Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and seventy-eighth in the State of Maryland in the Company commanded by Captain David Hull, of the Regiment commanded by Col John Geinby in the Line of the State of Maryland on the Continental Establishment. That he continued to serve the said corps as in the service of the United States untill the 28th day of April Anno domini One Thousand Seven hundred and Eighty-one, when he was regulary discharged from the service at a place known by the name of Woolcocks Ironworks on Deep River in the State of North Carolina, by Capt William Beaty - and Col Williams - that he continued with the Army until after the Siege at Ninety-six and when discharged was Serjeant Major in the first Maryland Brigade - that he is now in reduced circumstances and stands in need of the assistance of his Country for his Support - and that being far removed from his Revolutionary friends and co adjutor, he is unable to produce any other Testimony of his said Services.
Declared and sworn to } John Peace
this day and year aforesaid} _______=___________
David Johnson }""
""State of South Carolina
I, David Johnson, Judge to as mentioned in the foregoing Declaration, Do certify that it appears to my Satisfaction that the said John Peace did serve in the Revolutionary War as sealed in the preceding Declaration againt the common Enimy from the term of Nine month at one time on the Continental Establishment, and I now transmit the procedings and Testimony taken and had before me to the Secretary for the Deparmtnet of Wars pursuant to the directions of the aforemention'd act of Congress. I am also satisfied that he needs the assistance of his country for support.
Given under my hand & the seal of the Court of common Pleases of the said seal his Eleventh day of April 1820.
Somewhere in my wanderings, before I knew to document anything found on my relatives, I ran across this note:
""A little article was published in the ""North Carolina Spectator and Western Advisor"" on 25 February 1832 which has been abstracted: ""Died - Suddenly, at the ___________, Peace, Jr., Esq., in Gr ______________, 9th inst., Capt>. ____________. I believe this damaged obituary to be that of John Peace, the Revolutionary soldier. """ email@example.com "Revolutionary War Pension File #S38996; SC Archives, Columbia SC"
Thomas Robbins 11/3 /1760 Sussex county NJ Elizabeth Kline 1781 Sussex county NJ 11/ 6 / 1838 Columbia County PA Thomas was in the militia during the Revoluntionary War. firstname.lastname@example.org
John Long "Southamnpton Co., VA" Joyce Washington 1770 "Northampton Co., NC" "Northampton Co., NC" email@example.com Tyler's Quarterly
Nathaniel Clark 1771 CT Huldah Woodford 22 May 1793 "New Haven 2nd Church, Farmington - Avon" 30 June 1841 "Bradford, PA" Looking for any related information pertaining to Nathaniel and his family. firstname.lastname@example.org
Francis Archbald August 26 1686 "Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire, Scotland" Huldah Rainsford 1714 "Boston, MA" 1746 Boston "Graduate of St. Andrew's College, St Andrews Fifeshire, Scotland. Class of 1704. major - Physic. Became naval surgeon, Came to North America with Fleet of Admiral Sir Hovenen Walker in 1711. Met and married Huldah in 1714. Retired from navy in 1721 and practiced medicine in Boston until 1746. Burial place unknown. Had 1 surviving child, Francis, born 1724 and died 1801. Buried in Granary" email@example.com "Old Parish records, LDS; Mass Historical Society, NEHGS Register"
Patrick H. Saunders app1807 North Carolina Rhoda(y) Coffin 1831 "Stokes, Co North Carolina" Looking for more information on Patrick and his parents and siblings? Contact DanaRenee36@hotmail.com DanaRenee36@hotmail.com Nc marriage bonds
Joseph Renshaw 1816 Fairfield Co. Liberty twp Ohio Hannah Wright 1838 Fairfield Co. Lancaster Ohio 1890 "National Military Home Montgomery Co. Dayton, Ohio" Parents came from Maryland. Thats as far as i've gotten. firstname.lastname@example.org "census, vital records"
Mary Anne Saunders Tavistock Devon Abiam Tubb 18th September 1841 St Georges Church Cape Town Marriage Certificate
Abiam Tubb Hungerford Berkshire England Mary Anne Saunders 18th September 1841 St Georges Church Cape Town Marriage Certificate
Annaka Jans Rev.Edward Bogaurdas NY NY owned dairy farm on Manhattan
Thomas Livezey "November 18, 1627" Cheshire Eng Sarah/Ellen ? For Sara /Ellen1665 Both Passed prior to the American trip both Runcorn Parish "Aug. 19, 1691" " Livezey Plantation, Dublin Penn." "One of the first Quakers to be jailed in England for being a Quaker in 1653 for 6 weeks 5 days and the loss of one cow.
Arrived America 1682 with son Jonathan on a grant from Wm. Penn, 500 acres in total. Thomas helped map out the roads for the 'Village of Philadelphia.' Helped found Dublin Township Friends with Richard Worrell. A delagate to Philadelphia Quarterly held 4-4-1688. Place of Burial-Oxford Friends, PA., grave 10." James Worley
Richard Groom** ?? England/Maryland Margaret Norton 1739 Maryland ?? Virginia/Ohio "Went to York Co, Pa when son, ABRAHAM was young.(b. 1740, near Gunpowder Falls) 1st wife d. Md., Then mar. 2nd in York Co, Pa, Elizabeth David, 1759. Family to Berkeley Co, Va by 1770's" email@example.com Shirley Garreth
Ephraim McLean 1730 "Isle of Mull, Scotland" Elizabeth Davidson 1760 "Rowan County, N.C." 1823 "Greenville, Muhlenburg County, KY" "Served as a private in the American Revolutionary War, from North Carolina" firstname.lastname@example.org "Sons Of The American Revolution, SAR #065887"
william moore "May 24,1779" Shapleigh ME Eunice Getchell "Oct. 14 1804 filed in Winslow, ME" "Nov. 13,1850 " Pittsfield ME Soldier of War 1812 email@example.com
Samuel Ward "Mar 11, 1742" "Middleton, Middlesex County, Connecticut" Anne JOHNSON "May 16, 1777" Connecticut "Aug 18, 1822" "Middleton, Middlesex County, Connecticut" "Samuel Ward is a Revolutionary War Soldier (Bet. 1775-1780) who enlisted 1775 at Roxbury, Massachusetts and served as a private for a total of 17 months. He was also in the Bunker Hill battle (June 17, 1775). He is on record with the DAR.
He served under:
Capt. Malbridge and Col. Brewer
Capt. Smith and Col. Murray
He fathered six children: Esther, Ruth, Elizabeth, Josiah, Hannah and Samuel.
Samuel Ward is my 5th Ggrandfather." firstname.lastname@example.org
reps dukes 1823 elizabeth culver 3-12-1848 troup county georgia reps or repss dukes was my g.g.g.g. grandfather. i am trying to find out who his parents were and from where they came.pleas e-mail me at owenstami@ bellsouth.net email@example.com
Daniel Ward 1798 Maryland Rachel Martindale 1820 "Richmond, Indiana" 1874 "Laketon, Indiana" Who were Daniel Wards parents? firstname.lastname@example.org
Walter Long Mary Hutson 12-10-1744
Enoch Simpson "Duplin County, N.C." Sophia "Duplin county, N.C." 1815 Georgia
John MCCASLAND 1750 Pa. 1848 Tennessee
valentine rowell joanna pinder massachusetts
Callie M. Clark April 1859 Texas Marion Ross April 1899 "Oklahoma City, Oklahoma" I am looking for Callie's parents and siblings in Texas in 1859 or 1860 Texas Census. Thankyou. email@example.com
william woodbury england elizabeth patch MA
Hosea J Higgins 1826 Margaret Marinda Byrd
"David Wilson, Capt." NH Sarah Cochrane
NathanFish Unknown Mass several ? ? 1815? PAnotsure? He wasa in revolutionary War and lived thru itwhen he came to America was kidnapped & forced to work in the fields. When he exscaped & made it back home He found his wife remarried. Everyone thought he was dead. Any help would be appreciated. Thank You Pam tpamelamoseley@Yahoo.com
"Captain Andrew Russell, Jr." 17 May 1736 "Tinkling Springs, Fisherville, Augusta County (aka Orange County) Virginia" "Margaret ""Mary"" Christian" 25 May 1762 "Augusta Co., VA" Appx. 1823 "Capt. Andrew Russell commanded a company of the Fifth Virginia regiment, 1776.
Andrew Russell, Captain 5th Va. regiment, took the oath or affirmation of allegiance at Valley Forge in the spring of 1778 before that encampment was broke, and who undoubtedly were members of the army actually in camp at Valley Forge the ever memorable winter of '77-'78.
" "(Source: ""The Army and Navy of the United States 1776-1891"", George Barrie Publisher, Philadelphia, 1890) Also history in VA., & NARA"
Benjamin Love 1746
Patrick Anderson "July 24, 1719" "Charlestown Twp, Chester County, PA (now Schuylkill Twp)" "Hannah Martin, Elizabeth Morris, Ann Beaton" "(Hannah Martin) December 22, 1748" "(Hannah Martin) Christ Church, Philadelphia" "March 21, 1793" "Anderson Place, Charlestown Twp, Chester Cnty, PA" "ANDERSON, CAPT. PATRICK, was born July 24, 1719, on a farm on the Pickering Creek, in what is now Schuylkill township, and was the first child of European parents born within the limits of the old township of Charlestown. He was the son of James Anderson, a Scotch emigrant, and Elizabeth Jerman, daughter of Thomas Jerman, a noted Quaker preacher and thrifty miller, who settled very early in the Chester Valley. When a babe his mother occasionally left him with the friendly Indian women to be nursed, while she visited her parents across the mountain. In his youth he was sent to Philadelphia to be educated, and afterwards he taught school in his father's house. He obtained the home property from his father, and on it at an early age, built the sawmill which now belongs to his great-grandson, Dr. M. J. Pennypacker. He was thrifty and enterprising, and among other possessions owned a number of slaves. There is a letter extant, written by William Moore, of Moore Hall, Nov. 5, 1755, during the progress of the French and Indian War, to William Allen, chief justice of the province, recommending him for a captaincy.
In the Revolutionary struggle, he bore an active part. In 1774 he was elected one of the Chester County committee of which Anthony Wayne was chairman. In March 1776, he was appointed by the Assembly senior captain of the Pennsylvania battalion of musketry, and though then considerably advanced in years, he accepted the position and recruited a company. This battalion, under the command of Col. Samuel J. Atlee, was placed on the right of the American army at the battle of Long Island, fought with a great gallantry, capturing from the British and holding a height, and did much to save the army from destruction. Lieut.-Col. Caleb Parry, a friend and neighbor of Anderson, was killed by his side, and according to tradition, the sight very much enraged him. His company lost heavily in killed, wounded, and missing. Atlee having been captured, the command of the battalion, which had been very much shattered, devolved upon him, and a letter from him to Benjamin Franklin, dated Sept 22, 1776, detailing its condition, is printed in the Archives. At the capture of Fort Washington, all, or nearly all, of his company were taken prisoners, and on the 9th of January, 1777, he made application for a lieutenant-colonelcy, but does not appear to have succeeded. The battalion was reorganized and consolidated with other troops, and he was put in command of the first company of the State regiment of foot, and later of a company in the Thirteenth Pennsylvania Regiment in the Continental Line.
He was in the service when, in the fall of 1777, the British passed through Chester County in the campaign for the possession of Philadelphia. At his house they committed great depredations, destroying and taking his furniture and other property, including 11 cows, 7 beef-cattle, 40 sheep, 10 swine, and 121 fowls, to the value of £303 3s 6 d. A mirror, which had been apart of the marriage outfit of his dead wife, escaped, and now belongs to Samuel Pennypacker, Esq.
He was elected a member of the Assembly in October 1778, and after a long contest, obtained his seat. He was re-elected in 1779, 1780, and 1781, and as a member of that body voted against all efforts to abolish slavery in Pennsylvania. In April, 1779, he wrote to the Council of Safety in regard to irregularities in the election of the militia officers in Chester County, as conducted by Col. Levi Granow, and that election was annulled. In 1781 he was appointed by the Assembly one of the board of commissioners to provide for the navigation of the river Schuylkill."
Isaac Anderson "November 23, 1760" "Anderson Place, Charlestown Twp, Chester Cty, PA (now Schuylkill Twp)" Mary Lane Unknown Unknown "October 27, 1838" "Anderson Place, Charlestown Twp, Chester Cty, PA (now Schuylkill Twp)" "ISAAC ANDERSON, son of Patrick, was born Nov. 23, 1760. When a boy he was a great favorite with the Indians, who still frequented the valley of the Pickering, and often accompanied them on their fishing and hunting excursions. Though a mere boy when the Revolutionary War commenced, he was not of the temper to rest in quiet amid the exciting scenes occurring around him. He was one of the squad who visited William Moore and searched for arms, as is detailed in the sketch of that staunch Loyalist. In the fall of 1777, during the British invasion, he led a company of militia to the assistance of Washington, and while the army lay at Valley Forge, he carried dispatches to and from the Congress at York. He was a Jeffersonian Democrat, and after the close of the war was appointed a justice of the Peace. In 1802 he was elected to the Assembly. From 1803 to 1807 he sat in Congress. In the Monroe Campaign, in 1816, he was a Presidential elector, and he was also at one time prominently suggested for the Governorship. Charlestown Township written by him was published in Potter's American Monthly for January, 1873. He married Mary Lane, a great great granddaughter of Samuel Richardson, one of the earliest Philadelphia judges and provincial councilors, and also a great great granddaughter of Barbara Aubrey, a first cousin of that William Aubrey who married Letitia Penn, and whose ancestor, Sir Reginald Aubrey, was one of the Norman conquerors of Wales in the twelfth century. They had eleven children. He was six feet four inches high, and a man of great muscular strength, and of perhaps excessive firmness of character. He died Oct. 27, 1838." http://www.pa-roots.com/~chester/allenAletmusAndersonbios.htm firstname.lastname@example.org "History of Chester County, Pennsylvania, with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches - J. Smith Futhey and Gilbert Cope (1881)"
flounce sarah edward doty 1635 boston ma
Richard Derrick Gabriel "Dec 6, 1704" "Port Republic, Maryland" "Feb 5, 1798" email@example.com Ancestry.com
Henry I. McGown 1745 Ireland Atha Ratcliff Maryland 1809 Virginia
John Wise abt. 1602 England VA Arrived in Virginia colony 1632 at age 30 with son (also John) age 18. Listed among Persons of Quality on ships registry. firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Roe (Row or Rowe) 1630 "Of St Clement-Eastcheap, London, England" Frances Abt 1658 1717 "Maryland Colony, MD" They had the following childdren all were born in Norfolk
Frances Lane Roe
William Roe 1665
Thomas Roe 1667
John Roe 1661
Mary Walker Roe 1663 email@example.com LDS records
William Sommerville "March 4, 1756" "Gransha near Londonderry, Northern Ireland" Margaret Brown "December 23, 1808" "Martinsburg, Berkeley Virginia" "March 18, 1826" Martinsburg "enlisted in 8th Penna regiment on August 8, 1776
rose to the rank of Captain in October 1778
was Conductor of Artillery under the Command of Chevalier Col. Cambray. Saw service at Ft. Pitt, Ft. M'Intosh, and Ft. Laurens
Left service in January of 1781 due to injury to right shoulder. In 1806 appointed Postmaster of Martinsburg Va, (then) by Pres. Thomas Jefferson. Died at the age of 70 in Martinsburg." Woodville@mac.com "family documents, revolutionary war folder at US Archives"
Nichodemus Thompson b ab 1685/90 unknown unknown unknown unknown prob.after 1769 (NC) "father of Nichodemus Thompson,Jr. b. ab. 1720 (prob NC or VA) d 1785 Burke Co., Ga m ab 1742/4 ??? children 1 solomon b ab 1745 NC, 2Jacob b ab 1747 m 3 Wiliam b 5 May 1749 m. Charity Murray, 4 Laban b ab 1751 5 John b ab 1753/56, 6 Elihu (Elisha) b ab 1755/58, A,ps b ab 1760.
If any one can give me more information on Nichodemus. moved from Va. to NC ab 1725. I have not any information on who they married, or if there were any brothers and sisters etc. where they came from England I think." firstname.lastname@example.org Laverne Thompson Brown
chad browne 1600 england elizabeth sharpearrow Rhode island
Benjamin Franklin Smith 0 July 1731 "Rehoboth, Bristol, MA " Hannah Bullock 25 March 1753 "Rehoboth, Bristol, MA " 25 Oct 1777
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