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joseph adams 1730 "braintree, ma" hannah bass 1809
Johann Jacob Pfeiffer 1840 Germany Elizabeth Flick 1763 Germany 1813 Maryland I have no information on Pfeiffer's parents but would appreciate anything else for my records. email@example.com
William Flick about 1715 Germany unknown unknown Germany 1790 "Washington County, Maryland" firstname.lastname@example.org
Edward Rice 23 Mar 1756 "Boston, MA" Hannah Leaming 21 Oct 1799 "Philedelphia, PA" 1803 at sea
Stephen Miller abt. 1750 prb. South Carolina Mary Pollly unknown Kentucky email@example.com
scharfenstein john peter arbach Germany
Arthur Lovins May 10 1754 Danville Ga Mary Montgomery 1775 Orange N C not known Ga or N C "Grandpa married a Martha Malone in 1816,
but nothing after 1820 cencus of Greene
co Ga. " firstname.lastname@example.org numerous
nancy jane nelson 1794 VA JOEL ESTEP VA KY
John Straughan Abt 1760 North Carolina Mary Sanders/Saunders 21 July 1783 "Orange County, Virginia" Bef 19 April 1808 "Shelby County, Kentucky" "Enlisted in 11th Virginia Regiment, commanded by Col. Daniel Morgan. Married by his father-in-law, Rev. Nathaniel Sanders/Saunders. Removed to Kentucky about 1789 using Land Warrant #1206. Member of Forks of Elkhorn Church in Kentucky from 1789-1798. Removed to Shelby County, Kentucky, and settled on Beech Creek. he died before 19 April 1808, when his estate is inventoryed. He and Mary were parents of ten children." email@example.com
John Straughan Abt 1760 North Carolina Mary Sanders/Saunders 21 July 1783 "Orange County, Virginia" Bef 19 April 1808 "Shelby County, Kentucky" "Enlisted in 11th Virginia Regiment, commanded by Col. Daniel Morgan, 1776-1779. Married by his father-in-law, Rev. Nathaniel Sanders/Saunders. Removed to Kentucky about 1789 using Land Warrant #1206. Member of Forks of Elkhorn Church in Kentucky from 1789-1798. Removed to Shelby County, Kentucky, and settled on Beech Creek. he died before 19 April 1808, when his estate is inventoryed. He and Mary were parents of ten children." firstname.lastname@example.org
Arthur Lovins May 10 1754 Danville Va Mary Elizabeth 1775 Orange co N C Georgia Parents are unknown. Burial site is unknown.
Married Martha Malone in 1816 in Greene co Ga and had custody of her children until he died(approx.1823) email@example.com
George Alexander Scotland Susan Sage 18 Mar 1643 "Windsor, Hartford Co, CT" 5 May 1703 "Northfield, Hampshire Co, MA"
Rachael Harris abt 1780 VA? Benjamin Wheeler 1797 Hardy VA? abt 1812 Hardy VA "Looking for any info on Harris & Wheeler's of Hardy VA/WV, parents death dates, sibling etc.
Benjamin Wheeler b 1772 Hardy VA m 1797 Rachael Harris b abt 1780 where?. Rachael died during the War of 1812 and Benj was drafted into the War but had 7? children to look after-James, Benjamin, Nehemiah, John, William, Thomas so the town paid for a replacement for him. Later abt 1815 the family moved to Licking OH. Where my ggggf John grew up and m Nancy A Robinson b 1811 MD. There seem to be some confusion abt parents & Benj died with no children. I anyone has a inkling of info it would be greatly appreciated." firstname.lastname@example.org
James Heath 1652 England Ann Unknown England 1702 "Princess Anne County, Virginia" "Under ""Passengers and Immigrants 1500-1900"", there was a James Heath traveling to America in 1685, as being a rebel. In 1684 James Heath was traveling to Maryland, as being a Jacobite Loyalist. October 21, 1687 he was granted 550 acres for transporting 11 persons to the Colony.
I don't know where in England he was born, possibly Bedfordshire.
Ann Heath traveled to Virginia in 1686. Sons, Thomas, James, I beleive came to VA in 1699. Robert apparently came to VA. in 1692 as a Headright for Hugh Lee." email@example.com "Headright, Taxes and Militia, Currituck Co., North Carolina, Other Records, Family History"
john marchant 1595 yeovil somerset england sarah 1631 massechussetts 1670 yarmouth barnstable co. mass. "has a sister, juliana. she died in rhode island. his son named john was a lieutenat, born in 1625 mattakeesett plantation, mass." firstname.lastname@example.org
William Rodmaqn 1721 Ireland
James Heath 1652 Eng Ann Eng Dec. 1702 "Princess Anne Co., VA" Headright patent Oct. 21 1687.
Peter Clubb "Lincoln, North Carolina"
Thomas Curry Scotland "Sarah ""Sally"" McCarty" Scotland Kentucky email@example.com
Thomas Sawyer England
Elisha Lewis 1793 Maryland Johanna Brown 1860 Kentucky They were living in Georgetownm District of Columbia in 1830 migrated to Hancock Co. Ky. firstname.lastname@example.org
miniut december 21 1685 england
JAMES ELLIS "August 12, 1792" "son of CALEB ELLIS Born: August 14, 1754 (lived at Keene, N.H.) Ashfield, Mass.
Died: April 14, 1813 in the town of Ellisburg, Jefferson County, N.Y.
and MARY COUCH (CROUCH)
Born: August 4, 1757
Died: March 3, 1813 aged 54 years (g.s.) in town of Ellisburg, N.Y.
hunt rhode island
Henry Coleman 1880 Sunflower Miss Bessie
James Friend Scotland 1821 "Marion County, Arkansas" Served as an orderly in the 5th regiment of Maryland through 1777-1780.
John Lawlwy abt 1700 Heath Virginia Virginia "John Lawley was listed in the "" Gift of Deed"" from Mary Heath who died in Princess Anne County, Virginia in 1728. I can't find John Lawley, before or after that date.
Anyone have any ideas?
Jolene" email@example.com "Princess Anne Co., Deeds and Wills, Reel 4, 1724 - 1735"
"Thomas Bennett, Sr." 20 March 1685 Elizabeth Bonum "Westmoreland County, Va" 03 Jan 1763 "Do you have any information of this family. My grandmother was Carrie Benson Bennett of Iredell County, NC. Thomas Bennett, Sr. would be my 6th great grandfather. Can you help" firstname.lastname@example.org
Zachariah Sparks South Carolina Mary
Johann (John) S. Billing 1730 Germany Julianna Weller 1755 Pennsylvania 1801 North Carolina "Johann arrived in Philadelphia from Germany on 19 Sep 1752, on the ship, Edinburg. He was a medical doctor. He settled in the area of present day Lexington, N.C. Donated land there for an early Lutheran church (now a Church of Christ). He and his wife are buried in the church yard and the grave markers - written in German - are still readable. " email@example.com Ann Rheney
Peter Livingood "Peter Livingood was a Corporal under Capt. Benjamin Casey's Co. of the 12th Virginia Reg't, commanded by Colonel James Wood. He was mustered in February 1778. Roll dated Valley Forge March 6, 1778. This company was designated as Captain Jonathan Langdon's and Capt. Benjamin Casey's Company. This information is from Revolutionary War Patriots book in the Amarillo Library, Amarillo, TX., page 543." firstname.lastname@example.org Revolutionary War Patriots
john townsend abt. 1665 delaware elizabeth coles abt 1687 del abt. 1736
Clinton Damon "Cummington, MA" Rebecca Stoddard
Cyprian Parrish 4 April 1766 "Frederickstown, Dutchess County, New York" Elizabeth? about 1784 New York 5 May 1852 "Vernon, Shiawassee County, Michigan" "A vounteer soldier, at the age of 13, in the Revolutionary War. He served in 1779 in the Sixth Regiment of the New York Line." email@example.com National Archives Rev. War Pension Application (approved)
William Gaylord abt 1585 "Somerset, England" Elizabeth? About 1610 "Somerset, England" 1673 "Windsor, Connecticut" "Puritan William Gaylord and his family came to America on the ship the Mary and John in 1630 and settled first in Dorcester, Massacusetts. In 1638 he removed to Connecticut and was one of the founders of Windsor, Connecticut." firstname.lastname@example.org "(1)The Great Migration Begins (2) Descendants of the Founders of Ancient Windsor (3) many documents in the history of Windsor, Connecticut"
WilliaM Vredenburgh 8-9-1798 NY Betsy Hartshorn 9-13-1817 "Watervliet,Albany, NY" 3-10-1872 "Bingham Twp., Clinton, MI" "Searching any earlier info on William's or Betsy's parents,siblings etc." AuntJod0519@yahoo.com
Daniel Cobia 1714 Charleston
female Nettleton abt 1786 New York Thomas Hartwell abt 1806 "Ontario, Canada or New York, USA" "I'm trying to find a woman whom would have been born in New York (maybe Duchess County) around 1786. My thought is that her name was Tamsen d/o Thomas Nettleton and cousin wife, Tamsen. I believe she may have lived with her husband in his family of Amos Nettleton up in Rensselaer County by abt 1790. I was shortly after the census was taken that they came to Leeds/Grenville, Ontario, Canada. I don't know if you can help or maybe put me in touch who could help me.
I would appreciate any thoughts
Barrie, Ontario, Canada"
dudley ackland 1748 philadelphia email@example.com
WILLIAM STATTON 1888 WI MABEL MULLIKIN 3/12/1913 WI
Shoemaker abt 1740 Catherine Lee
Ebenezer Stephens 1735/45 "Taunton, Ma" Lydia French "June 30,1868" "Taunton, Ma" " Ebenezer enlisted in the Continental Army Mar. 24, 1775 as a private in Capt. Merrill's company. He also served as Lieutenant in Co. Ebenezer Sprout's regiment. " firstname.lastname@example.org
Arthur Loving 10 May 1754 Danville Va Mary Elizabeth Montgomery 1775 N C 1823 Greene co Ga "Rev War patriot, father of Sarah, Ester,
Henry Hugh, James
William Rhode Island Peace Kentycky
John Barkley 13 Feb 1763 "St. Luke Parish, Rowan County, North Carolina" Jane Knox 30 Nov 1785 "Rowan County, North Carolina" 3 Jul 1850 "Rutherford County, Tennessee" " John Barclay [sic], drew a pension in 1832, Rutherford County, Tennessee, age 72 years, served in N.C. line.
According to the Mortality schedule of Rutherford County, Tennessee, Trimble's District p.633. ""John Barkley, age 84, male, married, born in NC, died in July (1850), occupation of farmer, died of cholera, and was sick for 3 days.""
Tennessee Pension List. Applied 19 Apr 1832 Warren Co, TN, aged 71, b 26 Nov 1761 Rowan Co NC & lived there at enl & aft the war moved to Rutherford Co, TN, then to Warren Co, TN ...... Family records of his parents indicated that they were Henry & Mary BARKLEY, and that his father's children were Robert, born 25 Mar 1753; Mary born 4 Oct 1755; Henry, born 5 Oct 1758; the applicant, James, born 26 Nov 1761; John, born 13 Feb 1765; Thomas, born 11 Oct 1766 ....... (RW Pension File W44).
ephraim allen "april 10, 1752" "berkley, bristol co, massachusetts" huldah brown "april 20, 1775" "attlebror, bristol co, massachusetts" "april 01, 1816" "mansfield, bristol co, massachusetts" "1. served in co. of capt. elisha mayo in col. john daggett's reg. of massachusetts bay militia from aug. 23 -
sept. 2, 1778.
2. served as quatermaster in col. issac dean's bristol county regiment, from march 5 - march 16, 1781.
3. was appointed collector of customs at port of dighton and swansea, massachusetts.
4. ephraim allen and huldah brown recorded their marriage intentions on march 01, 1775.
a. vital records marriage & intentions, rehoboth, mass. pg. 7
b. massachusetts soldiers & sailors
c. massachusetts archives revolutionary
rolls, vol. 2 pg. 207
d. vital records mansfield, mass.
e. " vital records marriage & intentions
Ephraim W Allen "April 10, 1752" "Berkley, Bristol Co, Massachusetts" Huldah Brown "April 20, 1775" "Attleboro, Bristol Co, Massachusetts" "April 1, 1816" "Mansfield, Bristol Co, Massachusetts" "1. served in co. of Capt. Elisha Mayo in Col. John Daggett's regiment of the Massachusetts Bay Militia, serving from August 23 - Sept 2, 1778.
2. served as quatermaster in Col. Issac
Dean's Bristol Co. regiment, serving from March 5 - March 16, 1781.
3. appointed collector of customs at ports of Dighton & Swansea, Mass.
a. Vital Records Marriange & Intentions
Rehoboth, Mass. pg.7
b. Massachusetts Soldiers & Sailors
c. Massachusetts Archives
vol. 2 pg. 207
d. Vital Records Mansfield, Mass.
pg. 175 " email@example.com see above
Bazel Boren 1745-1758 Orange Co. NC Susannah Bryan ca 1775 Washington Co. VA 1812 Johnson Co. Illinois "Bazel Boren was a Rev. War. soldier from Washington Co. Va. He served at the Battle of King's Mountain (Oct 1780). His wife was a cousin to Rebecca Bryan, wife of Daniel Boone. Bazel Boren explored Kentucky and Tennessee with Boone and the Long HUnters and settled in Robertson Co. Tenn. where he was a Justice and the first Register. He sat on the bench with his close friend Andrew Jackson (later Preiedent of the United States).
" http://MSN.com OboranAuthor@hotmail.com
Elizabeth Rohrer Washington co. Maryland christian weller Logan co. Ky 1825 "logan co., Ky" firstname.lastname@example.org
Asa Mott Asa is perported to be the father of Amos Travis Mott. email@example.com
Epaphroditus Bly/Bligh c 1767 Sarah CT ? 10 May 1849 "Madison Co, NY" firstname.lastname@example.org
Frances David/Davies 16?? Wales Wales 1690 Wales "Greetings,
Frances was a asst. Minister at Dolau Baptist Church in Wales, he had 6 ch all believed to be males.
Poss other names: Samuel,Evan,David,William
4 of these Sons went to PA possibly onto more of the East Coast. They became Baptist Ministers.
Sound Familiar?" email@example.com Family Notes
charles bowling 1763 westmoreland/king geoge sarah m/c kenny
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