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jesse s walton "november 24,1807" "pittsylvania,virginia" eliza g lanier april 11 1884 "glen rose,somervell,texas" email@example.com ancestry.com
kellen walton "july 27,1887" "chalk mountain,texas" emma charlotte henry 1906 "stephenville,texas" Nov-68 firstname.lastname@example.org ancestry.com
Josiah Eanes 7/13/1733 Henrico County VA ? Eanes 4/4/1757 Chesterfield VA 1778 Valley Forge PA I believe Josiah Eanes was a Private. His father was Edward Eanes born about 1695 in Henrico County VA and died in Chesterfield VA 6/3/1757. email@example.com familysearch.org
thomas rouse va 1710
thomas goodwin 1699 "newbury,ma." hannah wells "newbury,ma."
Benjamin Smith "October 23, 1818" "Freedom, Maine" Salome Linscott "November 14, 1841" "Appleton, Maine" 23-Mar-06 "Appleton,Maine" firstname.lastname@example.org family records
John Cougle(Cowgill) 1746 Susquehanna Suannah Farnsworth 1819 Saint John New Brunswick "John Cougle(Cowgill) was an officer in the New Jersey volunteers during the revolution. He said he was a native of Sussex County, New Jersey."
John Calkins abt. 1634 "Chepstow, Gwent, Wales" Sarah Royce Abt. 1658 "New London, New London Co., Ct." 8 Jan 1702 "Norwich, New London Co., Ct.." "Children- Hugh, John J. II,Samuel Hugh,
Sarah, Daniel, David, Mary B., Elizabeth, Ann " email@example.com
howard 1799 vermont
aaron adams 7/20/1761 Ulster county ny Lydia Washburn 7/24/1843 Pvt w20537 firstname.lastname@example.org
John Middleton 20 Nov 1761 "Loudoun County, VA" Eleanor Hardy 28 Mar 1797 "Winchester, Frederick County, VA" 30 Jan 1836 "Hastings Run, Harrison County, [West] Virginia" "Burial in Old Batten Cemetery, Hastings Run, Harrison County, WV, USA" email@example.com "Headstone, family records"
Eleanor Hardy 21 Mar 1770 "Frederick County, MD" John Middleton 28 Mar 1797 "Winchester, Frederick County, VA" 26 Jun 1861 "Hastings Run, Harrison County, [West] Virginia" "Burial in Old Batten Cemetery, Hastings Run, Harrison County, WV, USA" firstname.lastname@example.org "Headstone, family records"
John Lipscomb 1761
"Charles Smith, Sr." 1763 "Edgefield Dist.,SC @ Cheraw’s Nest " Vicy Ann Ellis 1783 "Edgefield, SC" 1833 "Gardi, Wayne Co., GA" "A Revolutionary soldier, Charles Smith’s grave was marked some years ago by the D.A.R. He served in Barnett’s Company “D”, Hampton’s Regiment, Sumter’s Brigade, in the South Carolina militia. His children were Mary, Robert, Elenor, Charles, Jr., Elizabeth, Vicy and possibly a Patience Smith, mentioned in his will only. Two children Bryant and Margaret by 2nd marriage to Rebecca Lane, m. 1825 " email@example.com Pioneers Of Wiregrass Georgia and DAR records
Matthew Stan(d)ley 1620s England Ruth Andrews 1649 "Lynn, Massachusetts" 1686 "Topsfield, Massachusetts" "Looking for English origin of my early New England ancestor, Matthew Stanley (1620?-1686). Suspect East Anglia connection. I have information to share on my website. Looking for more documentation." http://www.geocities.com/sstanleync/ firstname.lastname@example.org Stephen Stanley
foster 1760 1803 georgis
markedtoeditjames bartlett 1817
John Harris abt 1700 1776 "Prince George Co, MD" "Will for this John Harris, Sr. was written in 1775 and probated in Dec of 1776 in Prince Georges Co, MD. This family line is well researched up to and including this John but several postings and publications have mixed this John Harris together with another well researched line of a John Harris that was born in 1684 and died in 1742 thereby perpetuating misinformation through the many amateur family researchers posting connections to these lines." email@example.com wills for both John Harris lines
John Jordan 6 mar 1764 Julia Swartout 15 sep 1785 26 jan 1850 "Pike, Wyoming Co, NY" "Information: John buried Mt. Hope Cemetery, Friendship, Allegany Co, NY.
Would like to know his parents, where he was born and where he was married.
louis moore "backley, virginia" modeste hebert 12 feb 1811 louisiana i would like to know the name of his father and mother and their dates of birth and dates of death. firstname.lastname@example.org
James Smith 1732 Trenton Anne Parke 1750 Trenton 1819 Virginia Father may have been Aaron and mother Ruth email@example.com
Frank P. Chapman "Starks,Me" Rhoda "New Richmond, Wisc."
Rev. Henry Smith 1637 charlestown dorothy 1648 "wethersfield, "
alexander Mutch 1800 strichen Scotland ann forsyth 1842 st nicholas Scotland 1895 new zealand firstname.lastname@example.org
Nathaniel Badger 16 Jan 1676-7 "Newbury, Ma" Mary Lunt 27 Mar 1693 aft 1741 "Norwich, Ct." Their daughter Mehitable Badger married Daniel Haskins. Their son Elkanah married Lois Kiborn. This line conects to the Pixleys New Hampshire email@example.com
Isaac W. Graham "October 11, 1836" "Knox County, Ohio" Delilah Ent "April 5, 1850" "Knox County, Ohio" 9-Apr-10 "Iowa City, Iowa" "Isaac and Delilah had three children, one of whom died in infancy. Their Daughter Addie married James A. Chalk. Their only son, John, married Susan Mann in 1914. Their children were daughters Ruth, Elsie, and Rose. Their only son Leonard Earl Graham married Betty Vitosh and had three sons (Larry, Richard, and Dennis)." firstname.lastname@example.org Larry L. Graham
Joseph May 15 Sep 1732 SC 8 Dec 1829 "Pike Co., MS" email@example.com Family records and SC Pension Rolls
John Lawrence North Carolina Anne North Carolina December 1771 "Otway, NC" "Purchased 200 acres of land on the east side of North River in Carteret County, NC from Richard Ward in 1760. " firstname.lastname@example.org
NIAMIHAH TILTON 1757 NEW JERSEY ZILPHA 1779
Benjamini Rice March 1785
Robert Edwin McNitt Ireland Elinora ? "Robert E McNitt b abt 1765, in probably Ireland or MA usa. A son born, 1789-1792 in Salem, NY, Samuel McNitt.
Any help appreciated very much." email@example.com
birthright 1750 Virginia 1802
William Reed 1639 Middleboro Massachusetts 1706 Abington Massachusetts
Oliver Wolcot 1726 Conneticuit Mrs Collins 1775 1797 Conneticuit
thomas greeley Aug 26 1791 "Gray, Maine" Susanna Coolbroth Nov 30 1814 "North Yarmouth, Maine" Dec 5 1868 "Lived in New Gloucester, Maine with daughter and son-in-law, Mary Orr Greeley Patterson, (Mrs. Hiram K. Patterson) prior to death. Don't know where he is beried and think his father was Williwam Greeley of Gray Maine. " firstname.lastname@example.org family papers
Edward Jackson 1741 "Rockaway, Morris Co., New Jersey" Martha Miller 1762 29 Jun 1807 "Harrison Co., Virginia (now West Virginia)" "New Jersey Archives, 1st series, Vol. X, 716, Mss. May 1776: ""The name of Edward Jackson is among the Signers of Article of Associates of the Freeholders and Inhabitants of Pequanock, Morris County, New Jersey, pledging themselves to support the action of the Continental and Provincial Congress in defending the Constitution. This was signed by one hundred and eighty persons.""
" http://www.jacksonfamilygenealogy.com email@example.com
Stephen Burton 1724 "Preston, Ct." Anna Pierce 1758 1768 "Preston, Ct."
Mercy Davis "May 4, 1609" England Lawrence Davis 27-Jan-29 Plymoth 1935 Plymoth Rosemarie O'Rourke
Isaac VanMeteren 1692 "Ulster Co., NY" Annatje Wynkoop 1717 Philadelphia? 1757 "Fort Pleasant,Old Fields,Hardy Co,WV" "In 1714, Jacob DuBois, his sister, Sarah DuBois VanMeteren with her sons, John & Isaac VanMeteren from Ulster County, NY
purchased 3000 acres in Upper Pittsgrove Twp, Salem Co., NJ. They remained there
raising their families til in 1741, Isaac & Annah with 4 of their children moved to Indian Old Fields, now Hardy Com, WV, where, in 1757, Isaac was killed & scalped by the Indians just a short distance outside of his Fort Pleasant." firstname.lastname@example.org "Mackenzie's""Colonial Families of the US"""
Stille Chew 5/30/1788 "Deptford Twp, NJ" Rebecca M. Eldridge ? "Gloucester Co, NJ" 01/23/1859 "Gloucester Co, NJ" "My 4 GGP had Sarah Eldridge Chew who married James Reeves 10/30/1839 (my 3GGP)and Stille Chew Jr born in 1820 who was an electorate from NJ for Lincoln.
My 3GGP had Rebecca in 1845, Stille Chew Reeves (1846-1848), Mary Steel Reeves(my2GGM)1848-1898, and Margaret 1850 who married a Bell. Mary Steel Reeves Married Charles Dunham Smith 12/21/1866 after he returned from the Civil War" email@example.com Robert L. Chew's Hx of Chew Family & headstones
Nicholas Cady (Sr) 1615 "Bures St Mary, England" Judith Knapp Abt 1640 Watertown MA "May 14,1710" "Groton, MA" "See Descendants of Nicholas Cady of Watertown, MA. 1910 Allen.
Cady Genealogy by James W. Cady 1991-1995" firstname.lastname@example.org
Joseph Cady "May, 26, 1666" "Watertown, MA" Sarah Davis "Groton, MA" "Dec,29,1742" "Killingly, Windham,CT" "Youngest son of Nicholas Cady of Groton,MA
With Brothers Nicholas and Daniel were some of the first settlers of Windham County, CT." email@example.com
Daniel Cady "Aug, 2, 1657" "Watertown, MA"
Nicholas Cady #2 "Feb. 20,1664" "Watertown, MA" Patience Redland abt 1684 "Sept,3,1724" "Preston, CT" "Son of Nicholas Cady of Groton, MA.
With Brothers Joseph and Daniel were some of the first settlers in Windham County, CT."
Daniel Cady "Nov.27,1659" "Watertown, MA" Mary Green "Apr 4,1736" Canterbury. CT "Son of Nicholas Cady of Groton,CT
With Brothers Nicholas and Joseph were some of the first settlers of Windham, CT" firstname.lastname@example.org
James Cady "Aug 28,1655" "Watertown, MA" Hannah Barron "Dec, 2, 1690" "Groton, MA" "Son of Nicholas Cady of Watertown, MA who moved to Groton after 1667.
Three of his sons, Daniel, John and James moved to Windham Co, CT where the joined their Uncles and cousins. James son's were actually older than their Uncles." Jcady622@aol.com
John Cawman Eastlack 5Aug 1808 "Mantua, NJ" Sarah D. Chew ? Mantua c.1885 "Mantua, NJ" "He was a farmer & boatbuilder on Mantua Creek and then invented an irrigation pump which he and his sons installed all over S. Jersey. By his first wife he had:Nathaniel Eastlack, b1829, Meth Minister Calvin Chew Eastlack b. 1830, Amos Eastlack 1832, John Eastlack 1834, When his wife died. For his second wife, he married Elizabeth Fletcher of Woodbury, NJ and they had: Sarah Elizabeth b 1836, Hannah Rebecca b1838, Rachel Ann b. 1840, John F. 1842, Mary Emma 1844, Chas F. 1846, Francis A. 1849, Robert Emory 1851, Wm Ashbrook 1853 drowned as a child, and James R. 1855." email@example.com Glou Co Hist Soc his will
Samuel Hickman 1744 "Georgetown, Horry County, SC" Margaret Milliken St. David's Parish c. 1832 Brunswick County NC He served in Captain Robert Weaver's Company under Col. Ceorge Gabriel Powell in the 1759 Cherokee Expedition. firstname.lastname@example.org Colonial Soldiers of the South 1732-1774 by Murtie June Clark
Andreas Hoffman "October 8,1772" "Montgomeryconty,Pa." Rebecca About1798 "BerksorMongomeryconty,Pa." January-1843 "Berks orMontgomery county,Pa." "There may have been 2marriages.
One son- George Hoffman
Died-1893-carbon county,Pa." wabrant@verizon .net
Isaac W. Graham "October 11, 1836" "Knox County, Ohio" Delilah Ent "April 5, 1860" "Johnson County, Iowa" 9-Apr-10 "Iowa City, Iowa" "Isaac and Delilah had three children, one of whom died in infancy. Their daughter, Addie, born August 25, 1862 went on to marry James A. Chalk. Isaac's only son, John, married Susan Mann in 1914 and had three daughters (Ruth, Elsie, & Rose) and one son (Leonard Earl Graham). Ruth married Carl Merrifield, Elsie married Virgil Holderness, Rose married Herman Wenman, and Leonard wed Elizabeth Louise (Betty) Vitosh. Most of this information appears twice because I was in error with the marriage information and I couldn't find a way to edit. " email@example.com Larry L. Graham
Stephen Chapman 1791 Massachusetts Mary Hyatt New York Haslun@mailstation.com
Isaac Grant 4 April 1760 "Litchfield, CT, USA" Hannah Tracy 26 May 1784 "Lenox, Berkshire, M"
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